Econ Nerd writing about Personal finance, Business News & Economics
Universal Basic Income has the potential to thread the needle between embracing automation while preventing inequality from getting worse
According to the 30% rule if you have a house worth $500,000 you will need $3.75 million to retire.
It could be any combination of household, government, and corporate debt.
20 Personal Finance issues where I agree or disagree with Suze Orman
An Introduction Into Scalability & Horizontal Supply Curves
If you have a strong emergency fund set up, your chances of staying out of debt are much higher.
And Why I Stay Away From Them
And which moves you should make WELL BEFORE retirement
The latest policy proposal to deal with economic inequality comes from Democratic Senator from Hawaii, Brian Schatz proposing a 0.1% tax on
“Classical economic theory was brought into the mainstream by Scottish economist Adam Smith”
Do you like hot takes and dislike golf? This story is for you
An Introduction to Market Failures
“A working paper from the San Francisco Federal Reserve has shown that income inequality is a predictor of an impending financial crisis
Financial Independence for the Privileged
What Perfectly Inelastic Demand & Imperfect Competition in the Pharmaceutical Industry Looks Like
“‘Supply-side economics’ AKA ‘trickle-down economics’ is the economic theory that states production is the most important factor in driving economic growth.
Amazon is built on a history of disruption. Financial services could be the next industry they turn on its head.
Rather than investing all your money in the stock market when stock prices are at all-time highs, you wait for an opportunity that provides
A large number of price-taking firms with no significant market share highlights the fact that a perfectly competitive market is the exact
“time is one of the most important investing variables. Even if you only have $25 per month to invest, use time to your advantage.”
What are Bubbles and how are they formed?
When you have to go it alone.
Breaking down the Rule of 72 and some of its useful applications.
Nit-Picking rich dad poor dad.