Updated Wednesday, August 20, 2014 as of 12:53 AM ET

Betting on Abundance: Lessons for Advisors

At the Palace of Versailles one evening sometime in the 1840s a group of royals sat down for dinner. Napoleon III, eager to impress his guest, the King of Siam, pulled out all the stops. His troops dined with silver cutlery while Napoleon himself used gold. The highest honor, however, went to the visiting monarch, who cut into his cuisine with -- wait for it -- aluminum.

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