Tag: economics

New Money (2019) – Jim Rogers Full-Length Documentary Bonus Interview

Here is a glimpse of China today after years of lightning fast growth. Investing legend Jim Rogers has been here all along and watched that explosive growth happen firsthand. First came here in 1984. I was terrified because I’d been listening to American propaganda. The Chinese were evil, vicious, dangerous, bloodthirsty people. Didn’t take me […]

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Why Debt Will Never Stop Growing

We are now a long way from the days when banks existed to look after your pot of gold. There is no pile of money in your bank labelled with your name, only an entry in a database that says you should be given this amount of money when you ask for it. Let’s imagine […]

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Deficits & Debts: Crash Course Economics #9

Hi, I’m Adrienne Hill. And I’m Jacob Clifford, and welcome to Crash Course Economics. What’s wrong with you? Today we’re talking about deficits and debt. [Theme Music] You’ve probably heard a lot about the national debt, so what is it and where does it come from and is it a problem, and most importantly, should […]

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Should I Pay Off the Car Loan Early?

it’s the weekend and you have financial questions that need answering that can only mean one thing it’s time for Jill on money the show that takes the mystery out of your finances here’s your host Jill Schlesinger welcome to the dog days of August ladies and gentlemen thanks for hanging out with us we […]

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Why is there so much Debt?

Why is there so much debt? 10 years before the financial crisis started, individuals and families in the UK had a total of £480 billion of debt. Since then, our debt has more than doubled. But who did we borrow all this money from? Was it from an army of grannies who have spent their […]

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Understanding America’s Debt Problem

Good morning Hank, it’s Wednesday. We seem to have found ourselves in something of a debt crisis, and by we I don’t mean like, the vlogbrothers, I mean, like, the planet. I’ve already talked about sovereign debt problems in Europe; today I want to talk about the purported American debt crisis. But first let me […]

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