Should a future investor/entrepreneur study business or economics?

at university, which subject do you think is better to study? do yo have statistics to show which subject generates more of an income?

Asked By: General - 6/10/2012
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Investors and entrepreneurs would generally be grouped differently. The way I see it, investors are people who spot opportunities, while entrepreneurs are people who think of new ideas... More
Answered By: XJH - 6/11/2012
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You have no idea what it takes to invest. Economics is for Gov't workers to report what happened and theorize about it.
Answered By: Jefferson - 6/10/2012
most entrepreneurs never went to college and some drop out like bill gates for example. My advice to you is to get vision and maybe a little wealth and start your own business it will likely fail and you will have learned a lot more from that experience than any school can teach.
Answered By: I Z - 6/10/2012
understanding how the system functions, understanding monetary and fiscal policy as well as how individual businesses operate and grow is crucial when it comes to making sound investment decisions. however, if you just study what someone else teaches, you will always be behind the curve. you want to understand others... More
Answered By: not I said the ape - 6/10/2012
no. hopefully in the future mankind won't be as dumb as it now for faithfully using $
Answered By: spineofdogma - 6/10/2012
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