Manifestos tagged with Finance & Economics


The Quest for True Value: An Investor’s Manifesto to Turn On, Tune In, Get High.
Sept. 24, 2014 - By: Guy Spier
“Our careers and financial security are a very serious and important part of our lives, but if we worry about them for every hour of our waking day our lives will be filled with much unnecessary misery. This was the first lesson that I learned when I sat down for lunch with Warren Buffett in 2008.”
The Nature of Investing
June 11, 2014 - By: Katherine Collins
“We are all investors. We invest our time, our energy, our money. We invest every single day, as citizens, as consumers, as businesspeople. […] We need to reengage with investing in its essential, connected form—to reintegrate our professions with the real world, instead of the world on the screen. But how?”
Repairing the Hole in the Boat: How the Poor Can Save Capitalism
June 11, 2014 - By: John Hope Bryant
“What if there was a way to use the power of free market enterprise to lift every American and indeed every human being on the planet to a level of dignity, inclusion, fulfillment, engagement, economic security and stability? Wouldn’t that be a truly noble cause?”
A Manifesto for the Corporate Idealist
March 12, 2014 - By: Christine Bader
“We are Corporate Idealists. ... Are we delusional or realistic? Are we changing the way that business is done or tinkering at the margins? Terrified of the risks or excited by the opportunities? Is our love of big business justified or misguided? Yes. This is our manifesto.”
Four Forces for Economic Dominance to Unleash the Second American Century
Feb. 19, 2014 - By: Joel Kurtzman
“The United States is about to enter a period of prolonged economic growth, filled with opportunity. It’s not the emerging market countries that will power the world into the next economic era. It’s the United States.”
Trust Trends 2014: An Executive Brief on How to Gain the Ultimate Competitive Advantage from Key Opportunities Embedded in the Year’s Trends
Jan. 29, 2014 - By: David Horsager & Reid Velo
“Stories of distrust are overflowing from the news. Worse yet, leaders are leaving our world vulnerable. The trust crisis appears to be an inescapable cycle, but we believe there is hope.”
INCREMENTALISM MUST DIE. NOW.
Oct. 17, 2013 - By: Eric Lowitt
“Our future is bright, but to capture the light we must embrace change. There are massive opportunities out there, requiring BOLD responses, and one change that must be made now: WE MUST ERADICATE INCREMENTALISM.”
Alternative Answers: The Class Divide in Investing, and How You Can Close It
June 5, 2013 - By: Bob Rice
“A class system has developed among investors over the past few decades. Elite money managers have used a proprietary set of tools to ride economic cycles ... Meanwhile, the rest of us all thought that “investing” was synonymous with buying stocks and bonds ... Fortunately, times have changed.”
The Personal MBA, Updated & Expanded: Mastering Business Without Spending a Fortune
Sept. 12, 2012 - By: Josh Kaufman
“MBA programs don't have a monopoly on advanced business knowledge ... you can get a world-class business education simply by reading these books.”
Crime and (the Lack of) Punishment
Nov. 2, 2011 - By: Neil Senturia
“I am passionate about great crimes and the criminals who commit them. But, I often wonder if the long arm of our law, the finest justice system in the world, is at times deeply corrupt, especially with regard to the most recent financial meltdown of 2008.”



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