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

How M1 Finance Really Makes Money – Free Investing App?

How M1 Finance Really Makes Money – Free Investing App?

– In this video we’re gonna find out how exactly M1 Finance makes money so that people like you and I are able to use their platform for free. This is always a good thing to know so you have an idea of if you’re getting taken advantage of or not. Let’s think about this

What Happened To Dell?

What Happened To Dell?

Dell turns 35 this year and the company is bigger than ever. Throughout its long history, Dell has transformed from a PC maker to a technology conglomerate that brings in revenue of over $90 billion dollars a year. But Dell’s reputation may be stuck in the past. The first thing I think of when I

Will Central Banks Use QE to Prevent a Liquidity Crisis? (w/ Michael Howell)

Will Central Banks Use QE to Prevent a Liquidity Crisis? (w/ Michael Howell)

MICHAEL HOWELL: I’m Mike Howell. I’m Managing Director of Crossborder Capital. We’re a fund management and research company based in London. My background prior to that was that I was at Salomon Brothers involved in research. And what we focus on almost entirely is global liquidity and capital flows worldwide. We think that the world

Square’s CFO is Out and PayPal is Shaking Up Venmo

Square’s CFO is Out and PayPal is Shaking Up Venmo

Jason Moser: Matt, last week, we were talking about these companies that we love so much, this war on cash basket, Square and PayPal and Mastercard and Visa. And I said, “Hey, let’s put out a poll and see what people think about introducing a regular weekly segment talking about these four companies, catching people

Betty Liu on market impacts from the coronavirus outbreak | Money in :60 | GZERO Media

Betty Liu on market impacts from the coronavirus outbreak | Money in :60 | GZERO Media

I’m Betty Liu with your Money In 60 Seconds. So, the impact of the virus has pretty much been felt in the global markets. We’re now back up to around record territory, erasing most of the losses. Initially when US officials reported the second virus outbreak in the US, the markets fell. And in fact,

How Healthy are American Banks? (w/ Chris Whalen)

How Healthy are American Banks? (w/ Chris Whalen)

CHRIS WHALEN: Hi, I’m Chris Whalen, Chairman of Whalen Global Advisors. I’m an investment banker and author. I work with banks, non-bank, financial institutions, mortgage banks, helping them raise money to finance operations. I also do some M&A and work on really strange mortgage assets with my friends at Ginnie Mae. So, that’s how I

Private Equity? Venture Capital?? Unicorns??? Betty Liu explains | Money in :60 | GZERO Media

Private Equity? Venture Capital?? Unicorns??? Betty Liu explains | Money in :60 | GZERO Media

Hi, I’m Betty Liu with your Money In 60 Seconds. First question: So, let’s talk first about the similarities between a VC and a PE firm. So, they both raise capital to invest in private companies, generally are limited partnerships, and they help increase the value of companies in order to exit them. Now, VC

Why Did eBay & PayPal Split?

Why Did eBay & PayPal Split?

Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy event of the week. Each week our staff of analysts and educators tries to provide you a better understanding of a major market event scheduled soon and that have an effect on the global markets. We are a few days behind the ball on this one as the official

How Audi Gave BMW A Run For Its Money

How Audi Gave BMW A Run For Its Money

In the U.S., German automakers rule the luxury market. But among them, Audi looks at first like an absolute laggard. The four rings sold 224,111 new vehicles in the United States in 2019. Far behind, BMW’s 324,826 and Mercedes-Benz’s 357 ,729. But a closer look at history tells a bit of a different story. A