You rely on The Profit Sector to bring you the most honest and profitable investment advice around. We do that every day. But there are so many fascinating things happening worldwide that we can’t cover it all.
Some of them are revelatory, some of them are practical, and some of them are just plain bizarre.
Here are a few things we discovered this week that were not fit to print.
They Meet Up in Motels Across America…to Trade Old Beer Cans
Their collections may look like trash to you, but these guys know every can has a story—and some have shockingly high price tags, too.
One unique can is valued at $100,000
An Ode to Kraft Dinner, Food of Troubled Times
Kraft Foods (NYSE: KHC) officially debuted its boxed macaroni and cheese in 1937. At the time, the US was deep in the pits of the Great Depression, and the official product slogan was “a meal for four in nine minutes for an everyday price of nineteen cents.”
While the world has continued to change, Kraft’s product has remained the same, somehow evading inflation at one or two dollars per box.
How to Use Money to Avoid Unhappiness
“Does money buy happiness?” While we’d all hesitate to say that happiness is a commodity we can buy, a new study suggests a lack of money can bring on unhappiness.
It may sound obvious, but there are a few surprise recommendations for dealing with it…
Your Investment Lost Money Last Year. So Why the Big Tax Bill?
When you invest and where matters for taxes. But a few rules of thumb can stave off some nasty surprises, one expert says.
Here are five tips to combat your taxes…
Legendary Investor: “More Losses to Come”
The stock market is set to go “back to the meat grinder” this year despite a recent minor rally. The S&P 500 could potentially plummet by 50% in a worst-case scenario, according to famed investor Jeremy Grantham.