Archive for the ‘Video’ Category

Video: Russian TV on Bankers' Stressful Lives

Video: Russian TV on Bankers’ Stressful Lives

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Video, Wall Street

I did an interview recently for RT London, which I gather is sort of Putin’s version of a Russian CNN or Qatar’s Al Jazeera. Just more sensational. They wanted to cover what they call a recent string of high-profile banker suicides.  I have zero reason to think bankers commit suicide in higher numbers than any [&hellip

Video: Think Like A Bank

Video: Think Like A Bank

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Investing, Personal Finance, Video

When I was a ‘debt buyer,’ acquaintances would occasionally ask ‘Oh, could you buy my debt?’ (and I would think, “uh, that’s not how it works.”) That question told me two things: 1. Most people do not know that all banks and most investors are ‘debt buyers’ one way or another. 2. Most people don’t [&hellip

Video: The Time Value of Money

Video: The Time Value of Money

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Investing, Personal Finance, Video

Why is money today more valuable than money in the future? In this lecture to students at Trinity University (in San Antonio, TX) I review four reasons why in any real-world scenarios I can think of, a reasonable person would give me less than $100 today in order to receive $100 from me one year [&hellip

Video: The Compound Interest Formula - A Rainbow Bridge

Video: The Compound Interest Formula – A Rainbow Bridge

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Investing, Personal Finance, Video

In my ongoing, epic, lonely, quest to convince an indifferent world that the compound interest formula will  clothe the downtrodden, feed the grey whales, prevent the coughing sickness and otherwise save the planet, I offer this video explanation for what the compound interest formula does.     I’m teaching personal finance to college kids this [&hellip

TED Talk on Inequality - Insights from Rigged Monopoly Games

TED Talk on Inequality – Insights from Rigged Monopoly Games

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Inequality, Video, Wall Street

Definitely worth watching this. Social scientists rigged a Monopoly game to see how people’s behavior changes with changes in socioeconomic status.  And they tested other games to study the effects of money on things like empathy.  You may not be surprised, but you will be interested.     Please see related post on Monopoly and [&hellip