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MIT 18.S096 Topics in Mathematics in Mathematics with Applications in Finance, Fall 2013 전체 과정 보기: 강사: Peter Kempthorne, 이충범, Vasily Strela, Jake Xia 이 과정의 첫 번째 강의에서 강사는 금융과 관련된 주요 용어와 개념을 소개합니다. 제품, 시장 및 정량 분석. 라이선스: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 더 많은 과정에서 자세한 정보 .

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  1. Such an informative video. Everyone should know this; life without investing could be really difficult, I've told a lot of people I come across even here on YouTube, find a passive income, grow your money, live frugal. last year I invested 100 grand in the S&P 500/ an allocation fund (with the help of my Financial Advisor Rita Lynn Evans of course) and made 370k, but guess what? I put it back and traded with her again and now I’m rounding up close to a million. Remember, you can't live a million lifestyle working and depending on others. I am still searching for a millionaire that made his or her millions from saving in the bank, or on salaries. Investing has been the marginal gap between the poor and the rich. The Rich invest more and spend less while the poor does the opposite.

  2. does ‘stock’ mean: to represent #of products in storage and measured quantities of a resource extracted?

    And if someone thinks a company has a great product and the company thinks it might need extra cash to accomplish more production, that is when the investor begins to be rewarded with a percentage of the value of the next products sold?

  3. Is the Federal Reserve sustainable?
    1996-2008: GDP ↑45%, Monetary Base ↑46%
    2008-2020: GDP ↑32%, Monetary Base ↑600%

    Prior to 2008, the Monetary Base and the GDP were 98% correlated reflecting the reciprocal relationship of money and economic expansion.

    Can the current rate of monetary expansion without corresponding GDP growth continue without consequence?

    *Bloomberg sued The Federal Reserve in 2011 and uncovered a $7.7T secret bank bailout not represented here.

  4. Atm as you can see. Atom-Cosmos DeFi is booming, with APR ov 200+% and that is APY of 700+% on osmosis for farming Tokkens that go up in price. Its a chance and opportunity still not missed imo….700% APY does not feel so passive so not sure if its still to be called passive income, lol 🙂

  5. Thinking about pursuing Master degree in Financial Engineering. I graduated with B.A in accounting and finance major, working as an accountant for a insurance company. I don't mind accounting, but finance is what I am passionate about.
    Any financial engineers? What companies do you work for?

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