Meme Stocks Are Nothing New (And Some Long-Term Investment Ideas)

I’m currently reading The Money Game, by Adam Smith. This is an old book, that covers Wall Street and investing during the 1950’s and 60’s. Much of the content is dated (mutual funds aren’t popular anymore and a $1 million net worth isn’t going to buy Manhattan real estate like it did back then), however there is one aspect that really stands out.

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