How To Make Money By Reducing Plastic Waste

How To Make Money By Reducing Plastic Waste

Plastic bag. Plastic water bottle. Plastic box of spinach. So I collected plastic for the past 36 hours. Beer pong in the plastic bag. Vitamin container. I ate out once. I wear contacts, but that means 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 years, 15 pieces here. I’m not proud of it. So that’s why today we’re

Senator Elizabeth Warren questions Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf at Banking Committee Hearing

Senator Elizabeth Warren questions Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf at Banking Committee Hearing

WARREN: Thank you, Mr. Chairman. Mr. Stumpf, the Wells Fargo Vision and Values Statement — which you frequently cite — says: “We believe in values lived not phrases memorized. If you want to find out how strong a company’s ethics are, don’t listen to what its people say, watch what they do.” So let’s do

Basic Economics Lesson 5 – On Money

Basic Economics Lesson 5 – On Money

One of the first things most people think about when they hear the word “economics” is “money”. So, let’s take some time to talk about money. Here, I hope to answer three questions: first, how does money come into use? Second, what makes a good money? And third, what determines the value of money? So,

The Purpose Of Money Is To Provision Government (or, “How To Turn Litter Into Money”)

The Purpose Of Money Is To Provision Government (or, “How To Turn Litter Into Money”)

Right, so, say we’re in a card game. (Right) And I’m the scorekeeper. It’s like, how many points do I have? I don’t have any. Well then how do I give you 100 points? I just write them down in your account. I write them down in your account. Do I have fewer points? No.

How did banks get “too big to fail”?

How did banks get “too big to fail”?

JPMorgan Chase … maybe you’ve heard of it? If it was a country, it would have the Bigger than Brazil. Bigger than the Canada. Bigger than Russia. Hi. I’m Justin Johnson from Attapulgus, GA and I’ve always wondered The five biggest banks in the U.S. hold almost half the assets of the country’s entire banking

🔴 Why Stocks, Bonds and Gold Are All Rallying (w/ Chris Verrone)

🔴 Why Stocks, Bonds and Gold Are All Rallying (w/ Chris Verrone)

Welcome to real visions trade ideas today. We’re sitting down with Chris Varon a partner at strategist great to have you back It’s great to be here So there’s a lot of stuff going on in the markets after the Fed had a little bit of a dovish Pivot last week. We saw gold stocks

Unraveling the Central Banks’ Misbehavior (w/ Jim Grant & Bill Fleckenstein)

Unraveling the Central Banks’ Misbehavior (w/ Jim Grant & Bill Fleckenstein)

Jim Grant: Hello. I’m Jim Grant. I am with my friend, Bill Fleckenstein. And let me just say that I met Bill during the panic of 1907. And we have known each other so long, we could almost—Bill Fleckenstein: Almost finish each others’ sentences. JG: It’s true. I think, actually, we got to know each

Puerto Rico’s ongoing economic crisis | LIVE STREAM

Puerto Rico’s ongoing economic crisis | LIVE STREAM

ALEX POLLOCK: Good morning. We will begin. Thank you for coming, ladies and gentlemen. I am Alex Pollock of the R Street Institute. And it’s a pleasure to welcome you to our conference today on Puerto Rico’s ongoing economic crisis. As you all know, Puerto Rico is the biggest new municipal insolvency in history, far

Richard Wolff Debunks the Myth of Higher Hourly Pay

Richard Wolff Debunks the Myth of Higher Hourly Pay

I decided to take a look at hourly pay, the average pay per hour that most Americans who are on a wage system get. Back in 1973 is when I started. That’s a long time ago, friend, almost half a century. The average wage in this country was $4.03 an hour. Okay. So, I did

Understanding YouTube Red: Paid Subscriptions and the Future of Online Video

Understanding YouTube Red: Paid Subscriptions and the Future of Online Video

Good morning, Hank. It’s Tuesday, October 27th, 2015, a significant day in YouTube history because tomorrow, YouTube Red launches, which may or may not change online video forever. Also, you’ll notice that I trimmed my beard because Nerdfighters had started to refer to it as the Under Puff. Right, but YouTube Red. So until now,