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  • If I Had A Million Dollars Essay

    If I had a million dollars If I had a million dollars, I would first split it into three parts: 30% in savings, 50% in investing, and 20% in chequing. That means I would be putting $300,000 in savings, $500,000 in investing, and $200,000 in chequing. By saving, I mean actual savings, I will put my money in a secure bank and won’t ever touch it unless it is an emergency. With the 500,000 dollars I will invest it in just real estate. With 500,000 dollars you can buy a small, but convenient house in Burnaby. I will rent it out as passive income, for about 1000 dollars a month, and sell it after the price of land goes up. I know 1000 dollars a month is quite a lot of rent, but in British Colombia, I think it’s reasonable. At this rate, I will be…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Gsp

    Connecticut had a GSP of $230,886 million (measured in chained dollars) for the 2016Q1 ("Bureau of Economic Analysis", 2016). GSP is the monetary value of all final goods and services produced in a specific time period within a state’s borders. Chained dollars is real dollar amount adjusted to the inflation allowing comparison between years, the base year used for this data is 2009 ("Bureau of Economic Analysis", 2016). Connecticut had a GSP of $229,321 million (measured in chained dollars) for…

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  • The Importance Of Popular Sports Athletes

    Today all different types of sports are broadcasted on television. The media talks about Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Derrick Rose, Kevin Durant, and other popular athletes signing million dollar contracts. Yet most sports enthusiasts never stop to think, “Wow! That’s a lot of money”. Why do athletes get paid so much? Why is someone worth millions of dollars?” (Wilbon). Popular sports athletes deserve million dollar salaries, because these are the players we watch, we cheer for, we buy jerseys,…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Affordable Care Act

    The Medicare-For-All policy is one of the many bills Bernie Sanders is trying to pass, if elected as President. The Affordable Care Act is a little similar, and has gotten our country so much closer to gaining the Medicare-For-All policy. More than seventeen million Americans have gained health insurance from the Affordable Care Act. Millions of low-income Americans have coverage now, thanks to expanded eligibility in Medicaid, that exists in thirty-one states. Kids can now stay on their…

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  • Million Dollar Baby Film Analysis

    Million Dollar Baby tells the story of a young woman named Maggie Fitzgerald, whose dream is to become an elite female boxer. She faces many trials and tribulations along her way to the top, and receives much help and guidance from her eventual friend and coach, Frankie. The film has meaning that is much deeper than the simple tale of a female boxer, however, as it attempts to showcase the struggles a female athlete must endure in such a male-dominated field. The film is not specific on which…

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  • Poverty In College Athletes

    The BCS football championship and the NCAA(national collegiate athletic association) men’s basketball championship had a 41.7 million viewers making tv networks millions. At the same time the student athletes playing suffer from poverty and can’t provide for themselves. Forcing many to have to take money from under the table or illegally.According to Shabazz Napier one of the nations leading basketball player says"I don 't feel student-athletes should get hundreds of thousands of dollars, but…

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  • The Fall Of Stock Prices In The Summer Of 1929

    income as the bottom 42 percent.6 This imbalance, combined with production of more and more goods and rising personal debt, would soon doom our country. When giving his state of the union address in 1928, President Calvin Coolidge remarked that "America had never been met with a more pleasing prospect than that which appears at the present time.”7 The next year, Economist Irving Fisher claimed "stock prices have reached what looks like a permanent plateau."8 These statements were optimistic but…

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  • The Money Menace Essay: I Am Jerald Griffith

    The Money Menace I am Jerald Griffith, just a normal seventeen year old boy who lives in Michigan. It is 2012 and I have two annoying younger sisters and a twenty year old brother. My brother is constantly bragging that he has a ton of money so I have decided that on my eighteenth birthday I am getting a lottery ticket; luckily my birthday is on June seventh and it is May twenty-third so I only need to wait fifteen more long, painstaking days. Although the chances of winning the lottery are…

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  • Mondelez International Case Study

    In one of my earlier articles I put the spotlight on Hershey Inc. and now I feel it is time to spotlight another confection giant, Mondelez International. In terms of gross profit, Mondelez has seen a slight dip from March loosing 19 million dollars. Their net income also decreased, but by a wider margin, 90 million dollars. However when looking at cash on hand, the results are stunning a 900 million dollar increase. So the question is, where did this money come from? Well, first of all, in…

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  • Hurricanes And Tornadoes Essay

    what I and people who have lived through the two should know, and some that people should be aware of. Hurricanes and tornadoes are formed slightly different, but the categories they are both put into and the precipitation…

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