Pokemon revolves around the phrase “Gotta Catch em All,” but in truth, there is more to the line that also applies portfolio diversification
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As it turns out, Settlers of Catan teaches us many valuable finance and economics lessons, too. Here are five important takeaways
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Some of the best moments in TV history were not only entertaining but also a lesson in economic and market history. By tying entertainment to past and contemporary issues, investors of all skills can learn to make more efficient decisions.
The Jersey Shore was a cultural phenomena for 6 seasons after it debuted in 2009. Each week featured the club goers misinformed attempts at picking up girls. With a little lesson in decision theory, the cast may have had more successful nights out.
When Roseanne debuted, it was chalked up as a story about the average American family trying to deal with life’s everyday problems; marriage, children, and money. But it also gave viewers an understanding of the economic struggles of poor and middle-class families in the late 1980s and early 90s.