3 "Super Investors" to Follow for Crowdfunding Profits

Warren Buffett – renowned investor and 2nd richest man in the country after Bill Gates – once wrote an article called, “The Superinvestors of Graham & Doddsville.” With a title that sounds like a Dr. Seuss book, it rebutted a popular theory on the stock market called “efficient market theory”…

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One "Electrifying" Crowdfunding Idea

In 1884, the folks erecting the Statue of Liberty ran out of money. Joseph Pulitzer, a big shot publisher, took to his “New York World” newspaper and encouraged Americans to donate so Lady Liberty could be completed. Evidently, Mr. Pulitzer was persuasive. More than 125,000 people donated over $100,000 –…

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Two "Insane" Crowdfunding Ideas

Video games that can cure cancer… Computerized contact lenses… A train that travels at the speed of sound… It’s exciting to hear about far-out ideas like these when they show up in the news. But like many “big ideas,” they can be closer to science fiction than to reality. Actually,…

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Why Did Google Invest $250 Million Into A Taxi Service?

Why the heck would Google invest $250 million into a start-up that’s basically a taxi service? Or here’s another one for you: Why would one man invest hundreds of millions of dollars trying to send ordinary citizens into space, or building a car company from scratch? We generally assume that…

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