a crash course in finance via 11 TED talks

(Video link here.) Vicki Celestines, one of our readers, sent us this great compilation of “compelling TED Talks on Money.”  Together, the eleven videos make up a unique “crash course in economics and personal finance” which we can certainly use. They cover topics such as putting a value on nature; raising kids to be entrepreneurs; poverty, money, and love; and investing in a post-crash world.

Our hands-down favorite though is Matt Weinstein’s talk about “What Bernie Madoff Couldn’t Steal from Me.”

It puts the fear of loss in another light.

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2 Responses to a crash course in finance via 11 TED talks

  1. Oklahoma venture capital 04.11.2012 at 11:25pm #

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  2. dubstep maker 10.24.2012 at 7:41pm #

    Excellent TED talk, thanks for sharing this finance video.

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