These economic tough times might be here for a spell.
John Mauldin, for instance, recently wrote that it’s going to be a challenging environment for the next 6-8 years due to this deleveraging / balance sheet / deflationary / end of the Debt Supercycle recession.
In order to navigate the New Normal, some market pros note, investors will have to concentrate on capital preservation and income generation. They’ll have to rethink how they consider debt, disposable income, and home ownership.
Alternatively, they could just hook their wagon to an Ivy League money-maker.
DateHarvardsq.com, founded this year, is an online dating platform that matches women with Harvard University educated men. The site was inspired by the dating scene in Harvard Square (SQ for short).
Ladies, this is how it works: every week, each subscribed woman is matched with five Harvard University educated men. Women then get to choose which Harvard man they want to contact.
For example, meet Malte: he’s 29, and a graduate of the Harvard Business School. When he’s not “pursuing entrepreneurial opportunities”, the German native enjoys music, soccer, golf and sailing.
Of course, don’t get the wrong idea: Harvard men aren’t just sought after for the dollars that sought-after diploma could earn them, says the dating site.
“We strongly believe that Harvard singles are valued for their ambition, drive, poise, intelligence and potential. All of these are crucially important qualities in a life partner, much more so than wealth or status.” (HT: Marginal Revolution)