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Which has been the most profitable investment of the last 30 years in the US? No, it is not stocks
If you had invested $10,000 in it in 1972, you would be sitting on over half a million dollars. From 1972-2001, it gave an investor an average annual return of over 14.5%. That’s better than stocks from which you would have made 70% less, or real estate (75% less) and bonds (76% less). The...
The smart guys are betting their money on ethanol, which can be blended with petrol to reduce the price of fuel. No wonder, Silicon Valley’s top venture capitalist, Vinod Khosla, who normally bets only on information technology companies, has fallen for the charms of Praj Industries, a small Pune-based company, which makes ethanol plants. Why is ethanol so attractive? As a fuel additive, not...
Businessmen know about the fortunes of their firms best. So, can they play in their stocks. Robert Toll did
Businessmen are the most privileged insiders. They know when their business is doing well or when it is sluggish. If they decide to dabble in their stocks, can’t they mint money? In the early part of the 20th century, US business barons were notorious for short-selling their own stock...