27 way-out eccentric billionaires
Take a look at some of the quirkiest billionaires and their eccentric habits, hobbies and projects.
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Why do I have to read this article just to have to click on another article giving me the answer this article was suppose to provide us with. (Makes sense?)
I mean Seriously!!! Who really cares what people have or don't have. One time I heard a pastor say "How rich would you be if a hurricane blew away all your worldly possessions?" To be honest I'd be a very rich woman. I have a family who is always there for me and love me unconditionally. I have a daughter and five grandchildren whom I adore. The point is I have $220.00 in my savings account and feel like a rich woman.
Mary in Rockledge, Fl.
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[BRIEFING.COM] The stock market punctuated July with a broad-based retreat that sent the S&P 500 lower by 2.0% with all ten sectors ending in the red. The benchmark index posted a monthly decline of 1.5%, while the Russell 2000 (-2.3%) underperformed to end the month lower by 6.1%.
To get a better feel for what led to today's retreat, we'd like to look back to Wednesday, when the market had ample reason to rally, but did not. Instead, it ended basically flat after a sloppy day of ... More
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