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Feasta – The Foundation for the Economics of Sustainability – 2011 video archive from debt conference

Submitted by on October 24, 2011 – 9:37 amOne Comment

Feasta’s Autumn conference examined measures that Ireland could adopt to secure its economic future which would not leave it reliant on external factors largely outside of its control. Scenarios explored included the potential collapse of the eurozone. The conference featured prominent international and Irish economists and was aimed at economists, politicians, policy-makers, business people, social partners, and other key decision-makers.

Access the archive for videos from 2011 debt conference.

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  • The stock market is no longer a place to invest, rather a place to gamble. You aren’t investing in the future of a company, you are simply trying to make a quick 4% and then move on. There is so much volatility in this company that putting your money into it is just too risky. Buy bonds instead and wait long term.

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