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  1. Banking the “Unbankable” World News - Money
  2. Is the Euro Doomed? With Britain heading out of the European Union, Greece back on the brink and discontent fuelling the rise of populist politicians, Bloomberg QuickTake asks can the world’s most ambitious financial experiment survive? (Video by Angus Bennett) World News - Money
  3. Elon Musk on How To Start Up A Business World News - Money
  4. A report by Oxfam suggests Europe’s largest banks have registered over a quarter of their profits in offshore tax havens last year. The continent’s top 20 lenders avoided paying tax on an estimated €25 billion, the study finds. World News - Money
  5. theglobalelite: “World bankers, by pulling a few simple levers that control the flow of money, can make or break entire economies. By controlling press releases of economic strategies that shape national trends, the power elite are able to not only tighten their stranglehold on this nation’s economic structure, but can extend that control world wide. Those possessing such power would logically want to remain in the background, invisible to the average citizen.” - Aldous Huxley was an English writer, novelist, philosopher, and prominent member of the Huxley family. World News - Money
  6. Court Temporarily Blocks President Trump’s Syrian Refugee And Travel Ban
  7. When Buffett was starting his career he offered himself to work for free for Benjamin Graham, the pope of value investing and writer of Intelligent Investor, the bible of value investing. Why would someone work for free? Because the experience and knowledge that you can get in this job is worth much more than money. If you are young and in love with some activity, be open to work for free for someone that can inspire you in a positive way. This video shows Warren himself explaining how his experience working with Graham has changed his life:
  8. Here is a short paragraph from Berkshire’s 1993 letter: “In many industries, of course, Charlie and I can't determine whether we are dealing with a "pet rock" or a "Barbie." We couldn't solve this problem, moreover, even if we were to spend years intensely studying those industries. Sometimes our own intellectual shortcomings would stand in the way of understanding, and in other cases the nature of the industry would be the roadblock. For example, a business that must deal with fast-moving technology is not going to lend itself to reliable evaluations of its long-term economics. Did we fo
  9. US states grouped and labeled as countries with similar GDP. World News - Money
  10. Before understanding the different types of mutual funds and ETFs, you need to understand market cap. Market capitalization is a quick way of determining how large a company is. To calculate market cap, take the share price and multiply it by the number of shares outstanding (meaning shares that anyone can buy). This will give you a dollar amount, which is the company’s market cap. Here are the most common names you’ll see, as well as their corresponding market caps: Large cap – $10-$100 billion Mid cap – $2-$10 billion Small cap – $250 million-$2 billion For exampl
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