VIDEO ON MSN MONEY
Might as well join the party. MSN doesn't seem to care:
SPAM SPAM SPAM SPAM........
Next, I invested in Thermotech that was supposed to compost organic waste and produce fertilizer on a grand scale. Who couldn't think that was a great idea. Company went bust, taking about $10K of my investment.
The article should mention solar energy as the latest thing that has gone bust.
I predict Facebook will be next, however by this time, investors have gotten smart. There has been no bid-up on the shares. They've headed straight down (as they should) since the IPO.
Cramer, I believe, is a deca-millionaire at least (which is great) but he may not have made it on what he recommends to us. Just saying.
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