A 16 year old argues how the EU needs to change in order to bring about economic prosperity to its member states.
A 16 year old talks about how Obama will remembered, citing various economic policies and programmes over the years.
A 16 year old explains the inherent obstacles to poverty alleviation in India, and presents some suggestions as to how these can be overcome.
A 16 year old argues how economics can be used to both diagnose and treat the problem of traffic jams in modern society.
A 15 year old argues why capitalism in its current form is unsustainable and needs to change.
A 15 year old discusses the fundamentals of game theory, and also explains why it is so integral to microeconomics as a whole.
A 15 year old explains why Keynesian economic theory is still relevant and applicable to modern society.
A brief summary of why I firmly believe that Hillary Clinton is the woman that America needs for 2016, in which I focus on three of her key policies.
Having traded the financial markets in my holidays, and having made a little over five figures in that time, I feel that not only have I found a gratifying pastime, but also that my knowledge about financial markets has been vastly increased, from many mornings spent watching Bloomberg on a TV screen. The gains have been marvellous, the losses…
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…
Let me start by stating what short selling is. Straight from Investopedia, it is “the sale of a security that is not owned by the seller, or that the seller has borrowed. Short selling is motivated by the belief that a security’s price will decline, enabling it to be bought back at a lower price…
Hey guys, I’ve just made a Facebook page for this blog, where you will be instantly updated whenever I post something new! Please like and share the page on your respective Facebooks! I really appreciate the help 🙂 https://www.facebook.com/shreysfinanceblog?fref=ts