I think this is a very bad advice, in fact. Money is far from being a good thing to follow.
It's not advice. Think about something like CSI. Maybe a police investigation etc.
This was an advice from an editor to journalists in the Watergate, I believe
This is my favourite line reading so far. He sounds like he's an experienced detective on a crime show, teaching a younger one how to find the murderer.
It reminds me of the advice of the informant in "All the President's Men."
I've been trying to figure out why I keep thinking mono is "monkey" thank you
Given this course's fascination with memorable cinematic quotes (though unfortunately not yet 'Estu la forto kun vi!") this might ought to have been Montru al mi la monon!
I typed "Sek vulu monon" and it marked it right after corrections. Part of me is glad it accepted it, but mostly I feel my response was incorrect. I didn't know the word, and thus did not correctly parse it.