Investment Portfolio Diversification In Real Life

I was at an estate sale not that long ago, and I came across a cancelled-stock certificate issued from the Brunswick Company. Back then, it was called the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, and derived much of its revenue from developing and selling equipment related to bowling allies. It has actually been a decent investment through the modern area, as it has mitigated against the bowling industry’s collapse by expanding into boating and marine technology services over the years (think of Warren Buffett using the last profit puffs at the Berkshire mills to buy up banks and insurance companies.)

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