The Market Value of a Soul

March 30, 2013 in Editorial


Typically, one’s immortal soul is considered to be of infinite value to its original owner, as possession of it is widely thought to allow access to some sort of eternal reward and/or avoidance of eternal damnation. But what if you are in a really tight spot, and don’t have any other assets to sell at that moment?

Maybe it’s time to consider entering the eternally hot market of soul trading. Read the rest of this entry →

Would You Invest In Bilbo Or The Hobbit?

December 19, 2012 in Editorial

Imagine for a moment, that you are sitting behind a desk with a large sum of money with which to invest. And imagine that two fellows come into your office and request your financial support for their ventures.

One is a film producer called Peter, who intends to make a movie about a hobbit burgling gold from a dragon.

The other is a hobbit from the Shire, who intends to go to a Lonely Mountain and steal from a fire-breathing lizard. Read the rest of this entry →