It’s not often you can easily pick the best or worst investment on the stock market. Right now, however, the worst stands out like sore thumb. AWB, the old Australian Wheat Board, which found a friend in former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, is such a stand-out disaster that even Briefcase, which never gives investment advice, is saying sell, and sell quickly, before the wheels fall off completely.
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