The market-roiling chicanery at Enron, which The Motley Fool astutely characterizes as shredding profits through mark-to-market accounting at a batty company is just the beginning tale, writes Seth Jayson.
Ordinary citizens fueled the subprime mess by feeding into the real estate frenzy through adjustable-rate mortgages on home investments that, oftentimes, didnt even require any money down (A Nation of Enrons, March 20).
So, what is to become of the biggest dance party in economic history? Invest in small-cap value now, Jayson recommends, while the prices are so low. They will deliver amazing returns . . . for years, if not decades.
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