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The Biggest Lesson in Economics in One Minute

They didn’t teach you economics in high school or in the course work for a BA – but we’ve been able to sum up the essence of economics in one easy question.

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You Literally Won’t Hear This Anywhere Else

One of the biggest names in the investment business, Jim Dines, outlines the biggest financial dangers that threaten your well being. Better still – he recommends specific stocks to protect yourself.

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The Most Important Financial Questions in Your Lifetime

What is the implication of trying to solve a debt problem by adding more debt?  And what are the consequences of creating literally trillions of dollars out of thin air? We’ve got legendary analyst, James Dines, Saturday on MoneyTalks to answer them.

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We’ve Ignored The #1 Rule in Making Financial Decisions

No matter how strong the 2nd wave of COVID-19, now that we’re getting a little taste of the economic and financial devastation – the probability of locking down again is near zero.

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More than a Little Fishy

We Charity got $30 million 17 days before cabinet even voted on awarding the contract. While the former CEO says she resigned after repeatedly asking for financial info that never came.

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Should Schools Reopen?

Governments have made the most far reaching decisions during the pandemic without cost/benefit analysis. That better change with the debate over reopening schools.

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