That creative new strategy to spur FDI almost had me convinced, but I felt I needed perhaps a little more evidence. Maybe… a video? Why, I am glad I asked—there is one.
But still—that’s only one reason. Is there another? But of course, why didn’t I think of that: my father-in-law could ask me, not to mention my psychotherapist (with a father-in-law like that, I might need one).
Still, I wasn’t quite sold… until I saw this barrage of reasons. Obviously, a great many have already invested heavily in Eastern Poland; I suppose I might have already missed my chance.
I suppose I’ll just have to invest in Hungary, where all the important things were invented, and therefore many more important things are clearly going to be invented. (This video follows the great Hungarian tradition of claiming inventions as Hungarian even if they were made abroad, for foreign companies, by Hungarian-born immigrants…)
Colin Watkins ’11 of Sentry Insurance will be on campus Tuesday, October 11 at 5:30 in the Kraemer Room – WCC.
Sentry has internships in Actuary Science, investments, marketing, finance, and information technology. Mr. Watkins can also talk to you about the application process for the full-time Leadership Development Program.
I am ‘serving’ as the Guest Bartender on Wednesday in the Viking Room from 9:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.
If you are done reading about Wal Mart or figuring out whether farmers treat soil conservation appropriately, stop in for a cold one. Or a warm one. Or just stop in.
The James Dana Memorial Investment Challenge has arrived, and it appears to be an excellent opportuntiy for those so inclined. The details are below, and you have any questions, contact Syed Abbas (syed.k.abbas AT lawrence.edu) for the answers.
Our thanks to Larry Domash, the Lawrence University Investment Group, and Syed for making this happen.
JAMES DANA MEMORIAL INVESTMENT CHALLENGE FOR UNDERCLASSMEN
Larry Domash’81, in collaboration with the Lawrence University Investment Group, is organizing an investment idea competition for underclassmen. Each participant will choose a marketable investment (defined by avaialable market price on a daily basis) which they believe either long or (shor)t has the highest potential return over the next 12 months. Participants will be responsible for completing a write up on the the investment and identifying the daily pricing source by December 20, 2010. Additionally, each particpant wil provide a brief written update as to how the investment is performing and what factors have changed every 2 weeks from January 15 – December 30 2011, this includes when Lawrence is not in session. There here will be 2 winners – the first prize ($2,500.00) will go to the participant which provides the most accurate and articulate bi – weekly update. The second prize ($2,500) will go to the top return over the 12 months ending December 31, 2011.
An information session will be held on October 20th 2010 from 7-8 in the economics “lab,” Briggs 223.