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Should The US Forgive Student Debt? A New Debate [Video]

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Intelligence Squared U.S. released their latest debate today tackling the motion “Forgive Student Debt.” Across an hour of lively back and forth, the two sides debated topics ranging from whether forgiving student debt counts as a bailout for the well-off to student debt‘s disproportionate impact on minority students.

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Arguing for the motion are Consumer Financial Protection Bureau veteran Dalié Jiménez and the Center for Responsible Lending's Ashley Harrington. Arguing against it are American Enterprise Institute's Beth Akers and Reason editor-at-large Nick Gillespie

Charlie Munger On Avoiding Anchoring Bias

A recent update on an old idea by Charlie Munger with an emphasis on anchoring bias Charlie Munger’s famous speech “The Psychology of Human Misjudgment" is thought to be one of the billionaire's most intelligent and thought-provoking speeches on human psychology. For investors, the lessons in the speech are invaluable, and it is highly recommended Read More

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