As an investor, beware the easy-entry business

September 1999
Indianapolis Business Journal;09/20/99, Vol. 20 Issue 27, p11
Offers advice on investments and business planning. Description of some investments made in the restaurant industry; Risks associated with easy-entry industries; Author's experience of investing in the business of the racquetball sport; Need to carefully analyze the industry you are entering.


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