Wall Street Smoke and Mirrors: Average and Actual Returns

We decided to create this video to illustrate the difference between how money actually grows, and what Wall Street Illustrates. We often refer to average rates of return, when actual growth NEVER equals average growth. The average is always less… check it out.

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Three Common Myths of Capitalism Explained

Dr. Jeffrey Miron, Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Economics at Harvard University, discusses 3 common myths about capitalism.

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Government Spending Explained

The video illustrates the road to our national debt, and what Government has done to get us here.

The most interesting part of this video is the ability for our government to consistently issue bonds in order to satisfy the interest owed on other debt. Borrowing money to pay debt is never a comforting cause.

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A Guide To American Federal Debt

This short film is the perfect depiction of what our government demanded when asking to raise the debt limit.

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The Private Reserve Strategy

The Private Reserve Strategy™ is another name for the Infinite Banking Concept, but illustrated in a slightly different fashion.  Instead of focusing on the idea of “paying yourself back,” the Private Reserve Strategy™ highlights the use of your cash value as collateral to borrow for purchases. Its a different approach to the same fundamental concept.…

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Banks Place Billions of Dollars in Life Insurance

Here is a quick video showing you how to navigate the FDIC website in order to find out how much money the banks in America are placing in cash value life insurance. The dollar figures you see will amaze you.

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Don’t Buy Stuff You Can’t Afford

It’s funny, we get a good laugh from videos like this, but the reality is that this is how many of Americans live their lives, and government too. A lot of the economic crisis we are living is due to poor decisions by government, wall street, and other big name financial institutions, but we can’t take ourselves out of the picture…

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