Category Archives: financial education

Keeping the Cost of Automobile Ownership Low, Sustainably

This post is about one strategy to get the total cost of ownership of an automobile as low as practical, while being safe and environmentally responsible. Of course there’s more than one way to ‘skin the cat’ so to speak, … Continue reading

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Free TV Plus Netflix on Chromecast Beats Cable

Today I’m going to write about cutting your monthly costs by replacing your cable TV subscription with Netflix and free broadcast TV. Why pay the cable company when you can turn your TV into a “Smart TV” with free local … Continue reading

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Dr. Albert Bartlett on Arithmetic, Population and Energy

Dr. Albert A. Bartlett – Professor Emeritus Department of Physics University of Colorado at Boulder “The Greatest Shortcoming of the Human Race is our Inability to Understand the Exponential Function” He starts of the lesson with the rule of 70 … Continue reading

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Michael Burry Speaking at Vanderbilt University on Economic Outlook

Link to Michael Burry’s Blog: michaelburryblog.blogspot.com/ Dr. Michael Burry Vanderbilt University Chancellor’s Lecture “Inside the Doomsday Machine with the Outsider who Predicted and Profited from America’s Financial Armageddon” news.vanderbilt.edu/2011/04/video-burry-cls

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Educating Today for Retirement in 2062

Someone graduating from high school in 2012, currently considering college, might look forward to retirement in 2062.  No one alive today has a concrete idea what the world will look like, or what problems mankind will face in 2062.  We … Continue reading

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