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Here is some investment advice. It may help you make money if you choose to put your hard-earned cash into mining company stocks. This advice is not based on financial acumen, but rather on an interpretation of human nature and human greed.
The January 22, 2007 New Yorker notes that Home Depot gave departing CEO Bob Nardelli more than two hundred million dollars after pushing him out of his job. Not many of us can get fired today and paid a severance bonus of $200 million tomorrow. Keep in mind Home Depot’s stock went down six percent during the years Nardelli was in charge. Damn, I should try loosing money for my employee rather than making it.