Enron, the energy giant that failed in 2001 after an accounting fraud, was previously named Forbes’ “Company of the Year” for six consecutive. That award pushed analysts to recommend ENRNQ share as a buy.
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“There is always something that you don’t know, and worse is that you don’t know what you don’t know… but the price never lies.”
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