It must be nice to have money. When ordinary people get upset at the economic policies espoused by the International Monetary Fund or the World Bank, the labor practices of General Motors
But what if you had $100 million? Why then, dear Fool, you could have a real shot at making the object of your ire pay, and pay dearly. According to multiple sources, that theory will be put to the test over the next 12 months, as ex-stockbroker Max Keiser -- a self-described "investment activist" -- attempts to set up and fund a $100 million hedge fund for the express purpose of crashing the stock price of Coca-Cola
Among other complaints, Mr. Keiser asserts that Coke puts too much sugar in its sodas (watch out, PepsiCo
In closing, I'm going to take the high road and pointedly refrain from making any joke whatsoever about megalomaniac stock brokers with names sounding like "Max Kaiser." I will, however, ask that you please play, in the back of your mind, the music to "He's got hi-i-i-gh hopes!"
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Fool contributor Rich Smith has no position in any of the companies mentioned in this article.