1. January 2015 Financial Planning Tip, Economic Review

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    Tax Saving Financial Planning Tip, Swiss Franc discussion, US Treasury rates, thoughts, implications, economic sub affects

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    • Part 5 of 5: Lawrence H. Summers – Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series

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      The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series presents Former Undersecretary for International Affairs, Lawrence H. Summers . For upcoming events visit https://www.ahf-jw3series.com Leading US economist, Professor Lawrence H. Summers, told a sell-out audience at The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series in Hampstead on January 20th, that growing inequality undermined people’s faith in politicians. Former treasury secretary for President Clinton and director of the National Economic Council for President Obama, Summers is President Emeritus at Harvard University. This was the fifth conversation in the Alan Howard Foundation/ JW3 Speaker Series, previous speakers include Ben Bernanke, Mike Milken, John Landis, Anselm Kiefer and Garry Kasparov. Lawrence H. Summers used his speech to point out that President Vladimir Putin of Russia and President Xi Jinping of China had higher opinion poll ratings than the US congress and British Parliament. Western voters had lost trust in their politicians, because average wages had not risen in 15 years he said. “How we meet these challenges is how our politicians will be judged,” he said. In order to create successful societies, Lawrence H. Summers believes that politicians must create healthy economies that allow the middle class to flourish. “Countries where the middle class are seeing a steady increases in their standard of living and where parents can confidently look forward to their children living materially better and more prosperous lives than they did, almost without exception, are success stories,” he said, “Conversely, where that objective is not achieved, it is rare for other objectives to be achieved either.” To create a healthy economy, governments must fight deflation and invest in infrastructure he stated. “If we can borrow money for 1.75 per cent for ten years in a currency we print ourselves and at a moment when male unemployment is a near record high, then if this is not the moment to fix Kennedy Airport I don’t know when that moment will ever come," he said. To illustrate the need for more efficient government, Summers said General Paton built a bridge across the Rhine in 23 hours during World War Two, but US authorities had taken four years to repair a bridge near Harvard University today.

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      • Part 4 of 5: Lawrence H. Summers – Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series

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        The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series presents Former Undersecretary for International Affairs, Lawrence H. Summers . For upcoming events visit https://www.ahf-jw3series.com Leading US economist, Professor Lawrence H. Summers, told a sell-out audience at The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series in Hampstead on January 20th, that growing inequality undermined people’s faith in politicians. Former treasury secretary for President Clinton and director of the National Economic Council for President Obama, Summers is President Emeritus at Harvard University. This was the fifth conversation in the Alan Howard Foundation/ JW3 Speaker Series, previous speakers include Ben Bernanke, Mike Milken, John Landis, Anselm Kiefer and Garry Kasparov. Lawrence H. Summers used his speech to point out that President Vladimir Putin of Russia and President Xi Jinping of China had higher opinion poll ratings than the US congress and British Parliament. Western voters had lost trust in their politicians, because average wages had not risen in 15 years he said. “How we meet these challenges is how our politicians will be judged,” he said. In order to create successful societies, Lawrence H. Summers believes that politicians must create healthy economies that allow the middle class to flourish. “Countries where the middle class are seeing a steady increases in their standard of living and where parents can confidently look forward to their children living materially better and more prosperous lives than they did, almost without exception, are success stories,” he said, “Conversely, where that objective is not achieved, it is rare for other objectives to be achieved either.” To create a healthy economy, governments must fight deflation and invest in infrastructure he stated. “If we can borrow money for 1.75 per cent for ten years in a currency we print ourselves and at a moment when male unemployment is a near record high, then if this is not the moment to fix Kennedy Airport I don’t know when that moment will ever come," he said. To illustrate the need for more efficient government, Summers said General Paton built a bridge across the Rhine in 23 hours during World War Two, but US authorities had taken four years to repair a bridge near Harvard University today.

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        • Part 3 of 5: Lawrence H. Summers – Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series

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          The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series presents Former Undersecretary for International Affairs, Lawrence H. Summers . For upcoming events visit https://www.ahf-jw3series.com Leading US economist, Professor Lawrence H. Summers, told a sell-out audience at The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series in Hampstead on January 20th, that growing inequality undermined people’s faith in politicians. Former treasury secretary for President Clinton and director of the National Economic Council for President Obama, Summers is President Emeritus at Harvard University. This was the fifth conversation in the Alan Howard Foundation/ JW3 Speaker Series, previous speakers include Ben Bernanke, Mike Milken, John Landis, Anselm Kiefer and Garry Kasparov. Lawrence H. Summers used his speech to point out that President Vladimir Putin of Russia and President Xi Jinping of China had higher opinion poll ratings than the US congress and British Parliament. Western voters had lost trust in their politicians, because average wages had not risen in 15 years he said. “How we meet these challenges is how our politicians will be judged,” he said. In order to create successful societies, Lawrence H. Summers believes that politicians must create healthy economies that allow the middle class to flourish. “Countries where the middle class are seeing a steady increases in their standard of living and where parents can confidently look forward to their children living materially better and more prosperous lives than they did, almost without exception, are success stories,” he said, “Conversely, where that objective is not achieved, it is rare for other objectives to be achieved either.” To create a healthy economy, governments must fight deflation and invest in infrastructure he stated. “If we can borrow money for 1.75 per cent for ten years in a currency we print ourselves and at a moment when male unemployment is a near record high, then if this is not the moment to fix Kennedy Airport I don’t know when that moment will ever come," he said. To illustrate the need for more efficient government, Summers said General Paton built a bridge across the Rhine in 23 hours during World War Two, but US authorities had taken four years to repair a bridge near Harvard University today.

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          • Part 2 of 5: Lawrence H. Summers – Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series

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            The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series presents Former Undersecretary for International Affairs, Lawrence H. Summers . For upcoming events visit https://www.ahf-jw3series.com Leading US economist, Professor Lawrence H. Summers, told a sell-out audience at The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series in Hampstead on January 20th, that growing inequality undermined people’s faith in politicians. Former treasury secretary for President Clinton and director of the National Economic Council for President Obama, Summers is President Emeritus at Harvard University. This was the fifth conversation in the Alan Howard Foundation/ JW3 Speaker Series, previous speakers include Ben Bernanke, Mike Milken, John Landis, Anselm Kiefer and Garry Kasparov. Lawrence H. Summers used his speech to point out that President Vladimir Putin of Russia and President Xi Jinping of China had higher opinion poll ratings than the US congress and British Parliament. Western voters had lost trust in their politicians, because average wages had not risen in 15 years he said. “How we meet these challenges is how our politicians will be judged,” he said. In order to create successful societies, Lawrence H. Summers believes that politicians must create healthy economies that allow the middle class to flourish. “Countries where the middle class are seeing a steady increases in their standard of living and where parents can confidently look forward to their children living materially better and more prosperous lives than they did, almost without exception, are success stories,” he said, “Conversely, where that objective is not achieved, it is rare for other objectives to be achieved either.” To create a healthy economy, governments must fight deflation and invest in infrastructure he stated. “If we can borrow money for 1.75 per cent for ten years in a currency we print ourselves and at a moment when male unemployment is a near record high, then if this is not the moment to fix Kennedy Airport I don’t know when that moment will ever come," he said. To illustrate the need for more efficient government, Summers said General Paton built a bridge across the Rhine in 23 hours during World War Two, but US authorities had taken four years to repair a bridge near Harvard University today.

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            • Part 1 of 5: Lawrence H. Summers – Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series

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              The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series presents Former Undersecretary for International Affairs, Lawrence H. Summers . For upcoming events visit https://www.ahf-jw3series.com Leading US economist, Professor Lawrence H. Summers, told a sell-out audience at The Alan Howard Foundation / JW3 Speaker Series in Hampstead on January 20th, that growing inequality undermined people’s faith in politicians. Former treasury secretary for President Clinton and director of the National Economic Council for President Obama, Summers is President Emeritus at Harvard University. This was the fifth conversation in the Alan Howard Foundation/ JW3 Speaker Series, previous speakers include Ben Bernanke, Mike Milken, John Landis, Anselm Kiefer and Garry Kasparov. Lawrence H. Summers used his speech to point out that President Vladimir Putin of Russia and President Xi Jinping of China had higher opinion poll ratings than the US congress and British Parliament. Western voters had lost trust in their politicians, because average wages had not risen in 15 years he said. “How we meet these challenges is how our politicians will be judged,” he said. In order to create successful societies, Lawrence H. Summers believes that politicians must create healthy economies that allow the middle class to flourish. “Countries where the middle class are seeing a steady increases in their standard of living and where parents can confidently look forward to their children living materially better and more prosperous lives than they did, almost without exception, are success stories,” he said, “Conversely, where that objective is not achieved, it is rare for other objectives to be achieved either.” To create a healthy economy, governments must fight deflation and invest in infrastructure he stated. “If we can borrow money for 1.75 per cent for ten years in a currency we print ourselves and at a moment when male unemployment is a near record high, then if this is not the moment to fix Kennedy Airport I don’t know when that moment will ever come," he said. To illustrate the need for more efficient government, Summers said General Paton built a bridge across the Rhine in 23 hours during World War Two, but US authorities had taken four years to repair a bridge near Harvard University today.

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              • The Dow Jones

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                This video explains what the Dow Jones is, who invented it and why the Dow Jones is an important economic indicator.

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                • The Chain with Kyle Bass

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                  To launch our exciting new series The Chain on Real Vision TV, Raoul Pal travels to the Dallas to speak with Kyle Bass at the Barefoot Economic Summit. Founder and CIO of Hayman Capital, Kyle Bass gained notoriety for calling the sub-prime mortgage crisis. In this fascinating conversation, Kyle discusses event-driven vs. macro analysis, his approach to risk and portfolio sizing, and his motivational forces - from negative reinforcement, to freediving, to the epiphany moment. For the next interview of the series, Kyle Bass will interview one of his investment heroes - and The Chain continues on. Real Vision was launched to combat the dumbed-down approach to finance in traditional media. It is the world's first on-demand video channel for finance and our driving ambition is to deliver the highest quality economic, financial, and geopolitical content available. This obsession affords us access to the world's finest financial minds. A subscription to Real Vision gives you access to the entire library of hundreds of in-depth interviews from the industry's most lateral and successful thinkers, as well as hours of timely video interviews and analysis aired fresh each week. Get a glimpse of the type of exclusive content that subscribers benefit from on our Free Trial here: www.realvisiontv.com/trial realvisiontv.com

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                  • Mega Shift - Kingdom Economics Part 7 - Richard Fessler

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                    Mega Shift - Kingdom Economics Part 7 - Richard Fessler

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                    • Knowledge & Power: George Gilder On Common Ground with Bill Walton

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                      Host and Executive Producer Bill Walton sits down with George Gilder to discuss the theories outlined in Mr. Gilder's book "Knowledge & Power". Mr. Gilder is a highly influential thinker and chair of Discovery Institute's Center on Wealth, Poverty and Morality. He first championed the free market as a key architect of President Reagan's "supply-side" economic policy. But in his book, "Knowledge & Power", Gilder presents a new economic paradigm: the epic conflict between the entrepreneur's knowledge and the government's power.

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