15 Oct The Best Way to Invest One Million Dollars
When we think of Mark Twain, we normally think of one of the greatest novelists in American history. However, as revolutionary as he may have been as a writer, Mark Twain was not exactly the best investor. In fact, by the age of 59, Twain had lost nearly his entire fortune – over 1 million dollars in today’s money – thanks in part to his investment in the Paige Compositor – a typewriter that would have changed the publishing industry at the time, had the inventor not taken 14 years to release the product into the market.
This investment decision no doubt contributed to Twain’s cynical perspective when it came to stock market speculation and investing. It also explains why he was quoted as having said, “My axiom is: to succeed in business: avoid my example.” And that, in itself, is not the worst piece of investing advice.
Looking back on his financial-folly, Twain could have likely avoided ruin had he sought out a trustworthy, fiduciary financial advisor. A transparent and honest financial advisor would likely have told Twain that high-stakes market gambling is not the best way to invest ones wealth. Twain would have been far better served had he diversified his portfolio as opposed to spending his life savings on a new-fangled typewriter.
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