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Month: May 2016

Are Negative Interest Rates Really Your Fault?

Are Negative Interest Rates Really Your Fault?

May 3, 2016 Santiago, Chile   Just after sunrise on April 19, 1775, a large contingent of British military troops arrived to the town of Lexington, Massachusetts. They were under orders to search for and confiscate all weapons and munitions from the colonials– something the British army had done countless times before. In many ways it was a routine operation. And yet, that morning, roughly 80 local militiamen stood blocking their path. Paul Revere had ridden through Lexington only hours…

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Thinking BIG

Thinking BIG

Most people think too small. They chase small rewards, and that’s what they get, small rewards. Donald Trump has been quoted as saying that it’s a good thing most people think small, because that leaves the big stuff for him. “If you’re going to think at all, you might as well think big”, says The Donald. How do you think big? Rather than say, “I plan to release a one hour audio,” you could say, “I plan to release a…

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