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Sir Isaac Newton's South Sea Bubble experience provides investors with valuable lessons.

Lessons from Newton’s South Sea Bubble Disaster

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If I were to postulate that Sir Isaac Newton (1642 – 1727) was one of the most brilliant minds the human race has ever seen, I would have ample evidence to support my position.  The English physicist and mathematician is legendary in his contributions to the advancement of mankind.  Newton is credited with inventing the reflecting telescope in 1671.  Newton…

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Warren Buffett has declared himself the winner of the "Million-Dollar Bet."

Warren Buffett Declares Himself the Winner of the “Million-Dollar Bet”

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They do not call him the “Oracle of Omaha” for nothing; Warren Buffett knows a good bet when he sees one.  Nine years into a ten-year wager, now referred to as the “Million Dollar Bet,” Buffett has declared himself the winner. What exactly is the “Million-Dollar Bet?”  In 2007, Buffett engaged in a wager with asset management firm Protégé Partners…

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