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How Free Trade Agreements Changed Everything

How Free Trade Agreements Changed Everything

International Trade Trade can mean different things in different contexts. In financial markets, “trading” refers to the act of buying and/or selling stocks and securities. But more generally, trade can be the voluntary exchange of any good or service, taking place...
Currencies With Serious Buying Power

Currencies With Serious Buying Power

Humans have been using currencies to exchange for goods and services for thousands of years. While it did take a while for paper money to catch on, today, it is the standard used around the world and has allowed for a complete revolution in the global economy. You are...
Explaining Cost-Benefit Analysis

Explaining Cost-Benefit Analysis

In the best case, cost-benefit analysis (CBA) is a system of strategic analysis used by businesses in order to make the best possible decisions. A correct cost-benefit analyst adds the potential rewards expected from a situation or action and then subtracts the total...
Cutting Out the Middleman

Cutting Out the Middleman

The B2B and B2C models are essentially two ways of categorizing a business and who its main targets are for sale. In the B2B model, one business typically sells its product to another business (often a retailer) who will then mark the price up and sell to the consumer...
Passing Down Your Assets

Passing Down Your Assets

Trust funds are a broad category of financial and estate planning tools, establishing a legal body that holds assets in waiting for another individual. The name comes from the fact that a neutral third party, known as a trustee, manages these assets until the...
Bubbles from Tulips to Dot-Com

Bubbles from Tulips to Dot-Com

What Is A Bubble? In economics, a bubble occurs when an asset rapidly increases in value and begins to exceed the “intrinsic” value of said asset. The inflation of this bubble is followed by an equally rapid decline in prices, sometimes referred to as a “crash.” Often...