Time Purchased

My father-in-law did just that. John Knapp, Sr. was a family doctor, with many interests. He loved to travel and to discuss politics. He was fascinated by the stock market, and regularly read several financial magazines. “Investing made my future secure,” he observed in his older years. “As a ‘poor country doctor’ making house calls in the mountains of Tennessee and delivering babies for $50 each, I was not in the same league as doctors today.”

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