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Warren Buffett: $15 Minimum Wage Will Crush the Working Class

Warren Buffett is a favorite of the American left for his support of such policies as higher taxes on the rich and healthcare reform.

But advocates for workers rights may be a little less pleased with the billionaire investor after he published an… 263 more words

Warren Buffett: $15 minimum wage will hurt the working class

Warren Buffett is a favorite of the American left for his support of such policies as higher taxes on the rich and healthcare reform.

But advocates for workers rights may be a little less pleased with the billionaire investor after he published an… 266 more words

Finance

WARREN BUFFETT: Better Than Raising The Minimum Wage

Wall Street Journal — Help Americans who need it with a major, carefully crafted expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit.

The American Dream promises that a combination of education, hard work and good behavior can move any citizen from humble beginnings to at least reasonable success. 68 more words

Politics

Warren Buffett And The Chinese Are Loading Up On Hard Assets

From Daily Reckoning, by James Rickards, May 2015

Money is transitory and wealth is permanent. So, a lot of people confuse money and wealth and say well, I have a lot of money so I’m wealthy. 251 more words

Economy

Take this 14-day plan to radically improve your finances

According to a 2015 survey by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, less than half of Americans keep close track of their spending, and nearly 30% aren’t saving for retirement. 3,028 more words

Personal Finance

Here's how much Warren Buffett spends on his haircuts

Warren Buffett, the 84-year-old head of Berkshire Hathaway, may be a billionaire. But he doesn’t spend like one.

He famously still lives in the Omaha, Nebraska, … 152 more words

Finance

The Voice of Joyce: Algorithms are an unfair advantage

I finally understand why millisecond trades are like Insider Trading and an unfair advantage!  I now realize, it’s not that they purchase subscriptions to trade in milliseconds, or that they buy  stocks in bulk,  it’s ” the algorithms “, that make their trading unfair, uncompetitive and something I can’t follow and read about. 340 more words

Financial Reform