Four Pension Flaws Putting Your Retirement at Risk (w/ Konstantin Boehmer)

ED HARRISON: One of the things that I’m excited to think about is, you mentioned before off camera, you have at MacKenzie Investments, a model in terms of the way to think about it, a framing of four different things that are relevant to thinking about this. Can you talk about that a little bit? […]

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Financial Crisis 2012 European Banking System Bailout by the Federal Reserve

one of the things that were talking about when it comes to the dow jones and the world-wide financial crisis is that back in two thousand eight stock market penny dot com understanding that the bloom from the housing market was going to have bust is what it would look like and are thirty-six month […]

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U.S. Debt – How Bad is it for Investors – is Debt a Problem for the U.S.? American Debt

Hi I’m Jimmy in this video. We’re going to look at the debt of the United States both debt held by individuals and debt held by the U.S. government. Ultimately our goal is to try to determine if we think that this enormous debt load of the United States. We’re going to try to determine […]

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Slack and Salesforce – Are They Getting Weaker? | Before & After | Refinitiv

On today’s episode of Before and After, powered by Refinitiv, we are looking at two companies that are disrupting the status quo and helping to usher in the modern workflow model. They are forefront in the blending of the tech, business and gig economy. Intrinsic value doesn’t always lead to monetary gain though and we […]

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Is WeWork’s Demise a Positive Sign for Value Investors? (w/ Whitney Tilson)

ED HARRISON: Whitney Tilson, it’s a pleasure to talk to you. We’re going to talk a lot about value investing– some of the ideas that you have. What you’re doing currently with Empire Financial Research. But the first question that pops to me when I look at your resume is that your parents were teachers. […]

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