Archive - May 22, 2008

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An Investment That Seemed too Good to Be True – Because It Was….

An Investment That Seemed too Good to Be True – Because It Was….

An Investment too Good to be TrueThere is a warm place in the Bostonian heart for locals who have become famous (or notorious, at least). One such was Charles Ponzi, the colorful fraud who emigrated to Boston in 1903 with a couple of dollars in his pocket and managed to become a millionaire by 1920 (before he got caught). Although he did not invent the “Ponzi Scheme,” he carried it off with such flair that when it recurs – as it does fairly often – it is invariably referred to by his name. The Associated Press reported recently that the SEC has frozen the assets of

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