About a month ago, Goldman Sachs released a poll which came out with some quite stupefying results. It showed that only 18 percent of the young adults trusted the stock market as “the best way to save for the future.” This means that investor confidence within this age group is at an all time low, and that the stock… Continue reading Why millennials do not trust the stock market
The debate over Greece leaving the Eurozone has been raging for a matter of years now. Some believe that Greece staying in the Eurozone is axiomatic, in that a Greek exit from the Euro would ravage the economy, perhaps causing hyperinflation. Others argue to look at the other side of the coin, and propagate the idea that… Continue reading Why Greece should leave the Eurozone
In the mass media these days, psychopathy has been vilified to no end. Using examples such as Jeffrey Dahmer and Ted Bundy, the media has managed to convince people that being a psychopath is contemporaneous with having an intrinsically malevolent personality. However, this could not be further away from the truth. Psychopathy is, in fact, simply… Continue reading Do corporations and their higher-ups exhibit psychopathic traits?