Two of my great-grandparents came over from Ireland and another from Italy. Here's a salute to the outsiders and what they've helped build in this great place that we love.
Amen of the Week
“Being educated in the United States gave me a good understanding of American culture. I think I got a lot of influence from the entrepreneurial mind in the United States...
All human beings are the same. In the United States, people come from all over the world, all races, all backgrounds. And they're all doing what they want, many scoring huge successes. When I saw that, I became more open. It freed my soul.”
- Masayoshi Son, founder of SoftBank
(now Japan’s wealthiest person)
Quoted in the LA Times in 1995 and 1996
Amen to that. Enjoy your 4th weekend!
Yours in the Field,
Frank Byrd, CFA
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