FU Asks: How Would You Invest $100,000?
Cody Adams is the Managing Editor of The Floating University. Prior to Joining FU, he worked at GreenSource Magazine and taught at New York University. He graduated from Vassar College and New York University's MFA program.
Welcome to an ongoing feature on the Floating University blog, FU Asks, where we open up the academic debate on our e-learning platform to the Big Think community.
This week we're featuring a discussion prompt from William Ackman, Activist Investor and CEO of Pershing Square Capital:
Assume you just won $100,000 in the lottery. How would you invest it? What would you do if you were responsible for investing the endowment of your college or university? How would this differ from how you might invest the money you won in the lottery? Why?
Answer the above prompt and have your response featured on the Floating University e-learning platform!
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