Free-Range Goats Promise 12% Private-Equity Gains in AustraliaRemember emu ranches? Watch for a repeat as newly wealthy stock-optioned city folk head for the country to try and raise goats and then go broke.
July 3 (Bloomberg) -- Free-range goat farming in rural Australia is a low-cost investment that may offer annual returns of as much as 12 percent, said Peter Hannen, chairman of private-equity firm MG Capital Plc.
Friday, July 3, 2009
The next bubble
Some believe the next bubble is in alternative energy, or government bonds. I think the next bubble is in free-range goats.
Posted by Lou Minatti at 9:44 AM