A Slow Theory of Investing


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If a near total global financial meltdown didn't cause you to pause and take a second thought about how you've invested your money, it's unlikely anything will.

Reeling from the crisis, some people have sewn the remainder of their life savings into a mattress. Others have gone "all in" to the stock market and hope for the best. But Venture Capitalist Woody Tasch is offering a slower idea: Invest your money into a local food economy.Good explains:

Edward "Woody" Tasch [is] a venture capitalist with a seemingly anticapitalistic ambition: to put the brakes on our money, bring it closer to home, and elevate sustainability over profits and growth.

For Tasch, the key to such an investment is your local food system.

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Tags: Economics