Don't invest in Madonna--or even Oprah

Belsky, Gary
May 1997
Money;May97, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p25
Presents the results of a survey of which celebrities people would consider investing in. The investment in a bond backed by future royalties of David Bowie as the impetus for the survey.


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