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Chris Hadfield
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Turn your YouTube channel into a career with this 8-step course bundle

A step-by-step guide to growing and monetizing your audience.

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From day trading to penny stocks, here's your complete guide to investing

This online course bundle teaches all the necessary stock market fundamentals.

  • The stock market can be unpredictable, but understanding its patterns makes you a better investor.
  • Learning technical analysis and trading strategies is possible for anyone willing to invest some time, thanks to this bundle.
  • Staying cool under pressure is a skill transferrable from the stock market to everyday life.
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Speculation is the key to the stock market. Learn how it works.

Day trading and technical analysis are two necessary skills for success.

  • Day trading requires keen foresight in the art of speculation.
  • Technical analysis demands an intensive study of past market data.
  • These skills can be learned with time and training.
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Not just stimulus payments: Why the U.S. government has so much trouble going digital

Billions of dollars have been lost on custom government IT projects that were eventually canceled.

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  • Coronavirus stimulus check delays, digital voting stagnation, and the Obamacare registration website are just three recent examples of the government's rocky track record with technology.
  • Between 2003 and 2013, $9.2 billion was lost on custom government IT projects that were eventually canceled because they didn't work.
  • Government agencies are contending with outdated systems, laggardly know-how, low budgets, and a significant talent gap, among other challenges.
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How the last two centuries led to today’s economy

The best and worst of yesterday has created the economy of today.

  • Adam Davidson, co-founder of NPR's Planet Money, can trace a line through time from homemade clothing and baked goods to today's passion economy. Davidson argues that a combination of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries are how we got to where we are.
  • We shifted from an intimate and localized economy of goods and services, to an economy of scale, and finally to what Davidson refers to as "intimacy at scale."
  • There are, of course, positive attributes to this hybrid economic system, but it also comes with some of the flaws of its predecessors.

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