The Perfect Boomer Gift: Buy Some Ownership of Harley, or Tiffany, or Krispy Kreme.
Have you heard of oneshare.com? You buy one share of a stock and have it framed as a gift.
I don’t get anything for mentioning this, I was just reminded because I moved the one share of Apple I bought myself a couple years ago. It’s a pretty cool gift if you’re looking.
If you have some kids or grandkids that love Disney, you can give them one share and tell them they are part owners.
You choose the frame, (or not) and can add an engraved plaque (or not.)
If you know a Harley owner who has everything Harley, one share of the company is a neat gift too.
Here are their top ten sellers:
|6||Tiffany & Co.|
Surprisingly, most of the certificates are pretty boring. I guess marketing doesn’t see this as a great place to do branding.
Dreamworks is pretty cool. Shrek is peeking up from the bottom like Kilroy.
Here’s the silver lining in the dark cloud looming over stocks: some of the high-fliers are again affordable. Apple isn’t one.
When I bought the stock it was selling for about $30 a share. It closed today at $161. One share. Rats.
I had the plaque engraved:
Mark, Thanks for your inspiration.
Who would have thought GUI
would be so popular. Couldn’t
have done it without you. Steve.
It’s something not very many people have hanging on their wall. Too bad I didn’t buy the wallpaper.