Forget College, Fake it Till You Make It, How to Become a Journalist21st Aug 2013 - 9 minutes
Great advice from Luke Rudkowski. It goes well beyond journalism, and applies to whatever you want to be great at. It’s about passion, persistence and no excuses.
Politicians and Religions Spreading the Virus called Fear - Video5th May 2013 - 20 minutes
Very few people understand the programming of fear, and why it distorts our perceptions. While fear is a program used for our survival, fear also creates irrational beliefs that cause larger systems of fear like politics, religion and the media. "A Virus Called Fear" is a short film about the conditioning of fear, and what irrational fears can lead to.
US Housing Bear Market Over? House Prices Forecast 2013-201615th Jan 2013 - 11 minutes
Has the US housing bear market ended ?
Follow the analysis to find out the answer including a detailed trend forecast covering over 3 years from 2013 to 2016.
Home Winter Weather Proofing 22 Point Survey, Save Energy & Repair Bills16th Dec 2012 - 13 minutes
Conducting a preventative home winter weather proofing survey can save on costly repair bills such as damage form blocked drains, gutters, leaking roofs, and burst pipes, as well as saving on excessive energy usage due to drafts, lack of insulation and boiler problems.
This comprehensive 22 point video DIY home survey will show you all of the main areas that should be covered that has the potential of saving £ thousands each year.
Fed QE Policy Means U.S. Treasury Issuing Debt For Free, Money for Nothing14th Dec 2012 - 10 minutes
PIMCO's Bill Gross told Bloomberg Television's Betty Liu on "In the Loop" today that the Federal Reserve's latest round of monetary stimulus will enable Treasury to issue debt for no cost.
Gross said, "what really happens, and this is critically important, is that the Treasury issues bonds and the Fed buys them and then it remits interest to the Treasury...It basically means that the Treasury is issuing debt for free...Inflation is one of the complications."
Marc Faber Forecasts Keynesian Catastrophe for Global Economy
26th Nov 2012 - 47 minutes
Marc Faber in this 47 minute presentation from a few months ago year shows why the world economy is heading for a Keynesian catastrophe and what opportunities are likely to emerge for institutional investors if sovereign debt continues. He assesses the possible impact of social and political unrest in North Africa and the Middle East, and how hedge funds can invest in emerging markets.
Note - The camera work is poor resulting in the cropped charts.
Sheffield Great Flood 2007- Timeline From Start, During and Aftermath 25th Nov 2012 -15 minutes
This video documents the Sheffield Great Flood of 2007, From before the start, during, including helicopter rescues to counting the costs afterwards.
The day for Sheffield, a northern English city started as usual, wet and rainy, yes there have been forecasts for a wet June and possible flooding in Northern England, but Sheffielders felt safe in the knowledge that their hilly city is not prone to flooding.
Not even Sheffielders remember when the last big flood occurred. Digging back into history you would have to back nearly 150 years to 1864 when the Dale Dyke Dam burst......
Gold Could Easily Double Amidst Hyperinflation Collapse 22nd Nov 2012 -17 minutes
Asset manager Nick Barisheff says, “There’s never been a fiat currency in history that didn’t end in hyperinflation and complete collapse.” Barisheff thinks that Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner’s most recent call to have an “unlimited debt ceiling” for the U.S. was “just telling the truth.” That’s essentially what we have now with “open-ended” money printing by the Fed. Barisheff adds, “All it’s doing is postponing a problem . . . it makes it bigger and eventually it blows up.” Forget about remedies for the economy, it’s too late.
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