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Life After Death.

  • Periodical
  • New Republic. 8/16/80, Vol. 183 Issue 7, p22-28. 4p.
  • The article presents observations on investment opportunities in the U.S. with respect to the current popular theory on Wall Street which states that choosing stocks at random can be a more effective investment strategy than relying on the advice of experts. The author argues that everything of value doesn't disappear when bankruptcy is declared and cites the case of New Haven, Connecticut. Information on the bonds of the Chrysler Corp. is provided. The author describes the stocks of the General Public Utilities as worse investment risk in the U.S.
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