Posts Tagged ‘Video’

Your Very Best!


If this doesn’t motivate you, nothing will.

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The Credit Crisis Visualized


An entertaining and creative explanation of what led us into this debacle.

The Crisis of Credit Visualized – Part I (about 7:30)

The Crisis of Credit Visualized – Part II
(about 3:45)

Glad you enjoyed!

According To (Out)Sources


Bringing back one of my favorite TV shows… Hoofy and Boo talk outsourcing.

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Some Magical Enjoyment


A sleight-of-hand extravaganza by Bill Malone called “Sam the Bellhop”. Enjoy!

Seinfeld on the BlackBerry


“They always hold it, in their hand, because this is what BlackBerry commands them to do”

Burning Water

Although the following post has almost nothing to do with generating profits it does however introduce another way to produce energy.

I remember a particular article where Warren Buffett explained how betting successfully on a car company was quite a gamble. There were about 300 companies competing to produce an automobile.

Today there are merely a handful. So to today we have hundreds if not thousands, of start-ups attempting to find an alternative to gasoline.

Here is one more example.

Fascinating, isn’t it?


Rep. Ron Paul on US Economic Awareness

U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, was able to read aloud for the cameras some of his prepared statement at the Feb. 15 meeting of the House Financial Services Committee. He also spoke before Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.

Ron Paul is seeking the Republican nomination for president in 2008. He cites that the Fed should:

Begin publishing the M3 statistics again. Let us see the numbers that most accurately reveal how much new money the Fed is pumping into the world economy.

Tell us exactly what the President’s Working Group on Financial Markets does and why.

Explain how interest rates are set. Conservatives profess to support free markets, without wage and price controls. Yet the most important price of all, the price of money as determined by interest rates, is set arbitrarily in secret by the Fed rather than by markets! Why is this policy written in stone? Why is there no congressional input at least?

Change legal tender laws to allow constitutional legal tender (commodity money) to compete domestically with the dollar.

His full speech can be found here.

February 21, 2007


Too cute to go without mentioning… “We’re in the Money!”

Andrea Bocelli and Katharine McPhee – Somos Novios


We take a step away from the ‘parabolic’ intensity of economic concern and over to peace of mind, a breathless tune of music sung by the one and only Andrea Bocelli together with Kathrine McPhee.

If a picture says a thousand words, then this sums up the housing market

When related to the US Economy this is truly breathtaking!