Comedy 

MONEY Explained by Non-Experts | Thomas Sanders

***Thank you to Audible for sponsoring today’s video!! Visit http://www.audible.com/sanders or TEXT “sanders” to 500-500 for a free book and free 30-day trial of Audible!!** Money: we need it. We want more of it. And it’s a mysterious treasure to obtain! Joan and I, once again, join forces to answer your most pressing questions about the world of money because we are your personal finance EXPERTS!! Please enjoy our ridiculous and pointless spouting of misinformation on the subject!! Thank you so much to my amazing friend, Joan, for assisting me…

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Film & Animation 

Film Theory: Black Panther’s Economic CRISIS!

2:35 – 2:44: Special shout out to OnlyLeigh (https://www.youtube.com/user/OnlyLeigh) for the use of her avatar! Superman FAILED US! ► http://bit.ly/2FCtH3s SUBSCRIBE for More Film Theories! ► http://bit.ly/1dI8VBH Wakanda’s choke hold on Vibranium will be it’s downfall! The country refuses to communicate and trade with the the rest of the world and history shows that is a BAD IDEA. How can T’Challa save his people from economic destruction? Well, loyal Theorists, that’s what I’m here to solve. MORE FILM THEORIES Jurassic World Was An INSIDE JOB! ► http://bit.ly/2CaTGl1 Is The Emoji…

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Equity Crowdfunders Or Investment Bankers?

What with the dizzying pace of change in the alternative finance world, it seems like decades ago, but just a couple of years back in December 2013, when I launched BA to an unsuspecting world I had a couple of what you might call ‘heroes’ – namely the founders of Crowdcube and Seedrs. After all, these guys have been largely responsible for triggering the alternative finance revolution that’s still under way today. They laid not only the foundations but also the footings for an amazing industry that’s changing the lives…

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Types of Investment Risks

There are basically two categories of financial risk: The first is referred to as Systematic Risk. Systematic risk influences a large number of investments across a wide spectrum. The financial crisis of 2008 would be a good example. Virtually, every asset was impacted adversely. This type of risk is almost impossible to protect against. In other words, sometimes lightning strikes. The second is referred to as Unsystematic Risk, also commonly called “Specific Risk.” This is the type of risk that impacts a smaller number of investments across a narrow spectrum.…

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Demise of Classic Investing

If investment reports were written like beer commercials, perhaps we’d all be better off. That’s my theory, anyway. What’s the last piece of really useful financial advice you can recall hearing? Listen to a clever beer commercial just once, however, and you can’t get it out of your head. So, for instance… “Head for the mountains” equals: Buy gold. “Tastes great, less filling” equals: Avoid high-priced tech stocks. Or, if you want to know how to make big investing profits in the future, just remember something really important about the…

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5 Ways To Impress Any Investor

So let’s go: Way #1: Show evidence of sale. If you want an investor to be impressed with you then you’ve got to show them evidence of sale. So make sure you sell some of the units or some of the products or some of the services before you approach an investor for funding. It doesn’t mean you need to have sold millions of services/ products. Even 10, 20, 100 units of sale can be just the evidence the investor is looking for. Way #2: Show evidence that you have…

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Young Investers

Since youth are the dominant contributors to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), they make a great difference to the economy. All the major concern center around young population. As compared to the past, today the individuals are more financially potential and independent and it is all because of steep rise in tertiary sector. Now-a-days spending a few bucks on coffee or on shopping has become a casual activity which was very rare some time ago. It is all because of changes in lifestyle and adoption of western culture not the…

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Some Useful Investment Tips And Advice For Retirees

People nearing their golden years usually focus on saving or amassing enough money so that they can have an enjoyable and stress-free retirement, Once they are officially retired, investing for them is typically out of the question. However, financial advisors say that individuals can also reap several benefits when they still invest even when they are already retired. But whether you are young or already retired, making smart investment decisions and getting the most out of them will depend on following some useful tips and advice. For retirees, below are…

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How to Invest Your Funds Smartly

Starting a new business can be a very tedious task that comprises of several steps and decisions. Cost plays a very important role here. It is not a rarity to hear about the startups that start with a very positive sign to be closed down due to the lack of financial resources. So you should be very wise in spending your money if you really want your business to remain profitable in the long run. Here are some tips for the same. Due Diligence Before you decide to invest any…

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An Automated Investment Advisor Helps Maintain Investment Goals

The advent of the automated investment advisor has made establishing a long-term financial plan easier and more accessible to a growing number of investors who want to have the ability of setting a program and staying on track. These systems can offer the user tools and advice that can let both the experienced investor and the novice maximize the opportunities that exist both in the short term and for future goals. Providing professional guidance, sophisticated trading tools, and projections, these computerized systems-often known as “robo-advisors”- can be fully programmable to…

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