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You don’t set out to purchase regret, of course; you set out to purchase a stock. Yet you may come to regret that purchase if the stock doesn’t do what you expect it to do—go up. Knowing that all stocks do not go up, and that it is impossible to buy only stocks that go up, the first step in avoiding regret is simply lowering your expectations. The second step is the tried and true method that improves results in any endeavor: practice, working to minimize your faults and maximize your talents.