Why aren't you investing in all things related to pain-meds, end of life care and mortuary work? What other sectors are worth looking at?
Harvard talk on all things old people
I watched the fight and it was purdy good. Skipping the goo tube, that much is obvious.
I thought about funeral home biz but there looks to be aggressive cartels already in operation. I wouldn't invest in Big Pharma on principles. Investing in an old folks home is a sure bet I think, then again if a big plague comes rolling through, like Black Death 2 or whatever, old people are kill. In that case maybe general corpse cleanup or something.
Man running a funeral business sounds like a pain. Most of your business will be poorfags wanting XXXXL coffins for cheap, you will need to find a guy who's creepy enough to dress up the cadavers but not so creepy that he'd fuck them, if you run a burial site too the eternal maintenance must suck ass.
I think if you want to profit from old people, maybe open up nursing home. Because no matter how shitty you are, what are they gonna do? Move back in with their kids??? KEK. As long as you're not blatantly robbing them, no one will care.
The gold mine will be under the table labor in nursing homes.
Old folks who can still click a keyboard and whose paycheck goes solely to the nursing home will do anything for a little spending money ...