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Meet Max-Hervé George, a Frenchman who so happened to be endowed with what many call the "worst contract in the world". When Max was at a tender age of 7, his father bought him what was called a Fixed Price Arbitrage Life Insurance Contract. In essence, this contract was designed to allow wealthier clients to purchase funds at last week's prices - hence the term "arbitrage".
What this meant was that the client could never ever possibly loose money if he had done his homework right and churned the funds quickly enough. Essentially a guaranteed profit, week after week, with absolutely no chance of loosing.
During the period between 1997 and 2007, Max-Hervé George's contract realized a 68.6% exponential rate of return, annualized. Extrapolating this figure, the value of his contract would be €1.26bn by 2020, and a staggering €234.2bn by 2030. If all else holds, Max will be worth more than the world's largest life insures combined. This puts even Bernie Madoff, possibly the modern world's most notorious Ponzi Artist to shame.