Quote of the day December 9, 2008

December 9, 2008
Fortune befriends the bold.”
~ John Dryden

Word of the Day

arbitrage (AR-buh-trahzh) noun
The nearly simultaneous purchase of a good or asset in one market where the price is low, and sale of the same good or asset in another market where the price is higher.

Random Fact

The early poetry of John Milton (born 400 years ago today), including “Christ’s Nativity“, “The Passion“, “Upon the Circumcision“, “Arcades“, “L’Allegro“, and “Il Penseroso“, was written as early as 1624 but not published until 1645.

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