I don't think this is a philosophical question. The most that one could say is that an Objectivist would try to invest objectively, i.e. based on facts and not wishful thinking, and would seek profit.
Yaron Brook, who was a finance professor before taking over the Ayn Rand Institute, has a recorded lecture course on "Investing: An Objective Approach", but I haven't listened to it so I can't say anything about it other than that it exists.
answered Aug 31 '12 at 19:34
Kyle Haight ♦