A few years ago, thieves broke into the home of Jeff Gundlach, the mercurial founder and CEO of the US fund manager, DoubleLine Capital. The thieves stole millions of dollars' worth of abstract art. They also took two worthless abstract paintings signed by an amateur artist named Helen Fuchs, Gundlach's late grandmother. The police were unable to find the culprits until Gundlach gave them the idea that the thieves would probably do a Google search using his grandmother's name to find out more about the paintings and how much they might be worth. Sure enough, only two such Google searches were made, one by Gundlach himself and the other by the thieves. The police successfully traced the search, the culprits were apprehended and all of the paintings were returned to Gundlach.