“How can anything which goes up and down by 60% in a year be a part of an investment portfolio?”
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Graduating into a terrible economy tests your tenacity, scrappiness, and creativity.
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The decline is the equivalent to the consumption of all of India. On the plus side, emissions are falling, too.