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The concept of saving and investing is very weak in our modern society as most of us are ardent consumerists who are trained to spend from earliest childhood. The goal of this website is to promote financial literacy that would lead to greater financial understanding, confidence, motivation to save and invest.

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Learn About Importance of Money

Importance of Money Do you recall what were you taught about money as you were growing up? Something similar to “money doesn’t grow on trees”, or “money is the root of all evil “, or maybe “all prosperous people are covetous “? Well, how do you expect to become a success financially if you don’t […]


Money Creation

Crash Course Chapter 7 (Money Creation): Understanding how money is created provides a foundation for appreciating the implications of our massive levels of debt, because it tells us how that debt came into being. As John Kenneth Galbraith once said, “The process by which money is created is so simple, the mind is repelled.” Dr. […]


How To Get Ton Grips With Forex Trading Online

Acquiring the volume of experience necessary to get ahead in the fx trading market can be an extremely tough challenge for the average beginner – especially when you’re constantly given more news items to consider – it’s often tough to know where to start. Trading foreign currency can be a very lucrative occupation, but without […]


Growth vs. Prosperity and What is Money?

Chapter 5 (Growth Vs. Prosperity): Contrary to what we’ve grown used to, growth is not the same thing as prosperity. In fact, growth and prosperity are both dependent on the same thing: surplus. Dr. Martenson explains how we’ve been conditioned to want, and to take, both growth and prosperity; however, we are approaching the limits […]


The Power of Compounding

by Chris Martenson Chapter 4 (The Power of Compounding): In this video Dr. Martenson explains Compounding, the first Key Concept of the Crash Course. Dr. Martenson draws on a paper by Dr. Albert Bartlett explaining the dangerous implications of steady rates of growth, from oil consumption to population: as Chris says, “With exponential functions, the […]

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