I always say that if the means are wrong to get to an end, no matter how good the end result is, it was conducted poorly and therefore it’s wrong. This one is tricky though. Do you have a moral obligation to protect other’s financial interests?

Here is my quick answer. You will be better at anything you do with more information and more experience. The other person is CHOOSING to play this game and enter into the contract. When you choose something, you choose the good and the bad that comes with it. Usually what happens is when a person with money meets a person with experience, the person with the experience takes the money. Life is going to come with lessons. You pay with your time and money to learn those lessons. I’ve been burned and it’s made me stronger by forcing me to learn the game better. Our growth in life is dependent on some form of stress and pain. If you have never been on the short end of the stick, you’d go around being naive to learning. Now if you manipulated their choice, totally different story.

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