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Truth vs. Ignorance—The Impactful Investment Manager of Tomorrow

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Fri, 25 Jan 2013

Walking through the art studio at my son’s high school last year, I was drawn to a piece featuring a blindfolded woman trying to find an apple that she could not see in front of her. My son explained that this was the centerpiece in a series he was doing on “Truth vs. Ignorance.” Ignorance, that is

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