Interesting Fact: Despite inventing calculus, Isaac Newton was not a smart investor

After making an early profit of about £20 000 in the early stages of the bubble, Isaac Newton put nearly all his money into the doomed venture South Sea Company. By mid-1721, his net worth was down to about £20 000; he had lost all his early profits and a good bit more from other investments.

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