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Can Universal Basic Income End Our Cultural Obsession With Work? | Philosopher Andrew Taggart

‘Total work’ was a term coined by Josef Pieper, a lesser known German philosopher from the 20th century, and he was concerned that after World War II there would be a time of total work. By that I take him to mean that work comes to be the center around which the world turns. Human…

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How Generational Forces Have Set the Stage for a Retirement Crisis (w/ Neil Howe)

ED HARRISON: Neil Howe, you’ve been introduced me as the foremost demographer of our time. I’m pretty excited about this. NEIL HOWE: Let’s just tone down expectations. ED HARRISON: You and I, we were talking on the telephone earlier. One of the things that you had said is that really, it’s never as good as…

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Deposits At Risk Banks Are Rigged to Favour The Wealthy

here is an example to show you how banks are actually rigged to favor those who already have plenty of money banks have rate cards so if you have a larger deposit you will get a bigger rate of interest or if you fix your deposit for a longer period of time and you’re committed…

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🔴 How Chinese Currency Devaluation May Trigger a Global Financial Crisis? | Recession Watch

Russell welcome back again to real vision great to have you on thanks having me we’re talking about China within the context of recession because we’re in recession week Now you’ve been looking at China for a long time. You’ve been looking at a slowdown in China for a long time Could you put it…

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The Financial System Is Broken (w/ Jeff Snider)

JEFF SNIDER: My name is Jeff Snider. I work for Alhambra Investments. I’m the head of global research there. It’s a registered investment advisor based out of Florida. What I do is, as the head of global research, is I focus in on the monetary mechanics, the plumbing, so to speak, behind what actually goes…

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An Early Start on Financial Literacy Pays Off

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Sneaker Money – Full Video

you recognize this place right you’ve seen it on TV it’s Wall Street located in lower Manhattan New York City it’s where millions of dollars in stocks and bonds are traded every market day and this is the Chicago Mercantile Exchange where they trade in commodities like cattle grain money in its many forms moving…

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What if the US had a wealth tax? | WHAT IF?

Senator Bernie Sanders: “We’re gonna tell the wealthiest people in this country that they are gonna start paying their fair share of taxes.” Alan D. Viard: Wealth taxes are in the news these days. Senator Elizabeth Warren: “We need to put a tax on the top one-tenth of one percent. The biggest fortunes in this…

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OWL Bulk Property Updating

Hi. With this video I’m going to show you how to use OWL’s bulk updating feature. This is a great way to save some time when you’re a test building. Let’s start by opening the OWL test builder by going to the building menu and selecting test. I will edit this demo test that I…

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Insurance Milestones – Financial Markets by Yale University #10

So, in order to make insurance work it takes a lot of developments and it’s not easy and obvious. The concept of insurance, as we pointed out, goes back to ancient Rome but it doesn’t seem to have taken over. It wasn’t managing most risk. It was a narrow scope of risk. If you look…

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