Investing in Indiana

Beck, Bill
December 2004
Indiana Business Magazine;Dec2004, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p55
The article focuses on the homegrown companies of Indiana. It tries to answer the question of which companies stock pickers tend to pick, in order to invest. The issue of state jobs remaining in state, was one of the major issues of 2004 elections. Outsourcing turned out to be one of the sleeper issues of the 2004 election. Views of wealth managers, investment advisors and stock-market makers from around the state aren't at all averse to loading their portfolios with homegrown companies, and their suggestions about which companies to invest are included in the article.


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