In this Social Inequality, students answer questions and complete a t-chart by providing examples of marketable and non-marketable wealth.
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Wealth Destruction 2
Continuing from the past video on wealth bubbles, Sal begins by recapping what scholars saw in the first segment. He then goes into more depth on bank-owned homes, short sales, foreclosures, and wealth destruction. Scholars begin to...
11 mins 11th - Higher Ed Social Studies & History
Be sure to watch the previous vide on the P/E conundrum before this one, as it builds off of the hypothetical scenario to provide a valuation solution to the pizzerias with differing capital structures. Sal reviews the superficial market...
17 mins Higher Ed Social Studies & History
What Drives the Stock Prices?
Students discover that earnings drive stock prices. They look for earnings growth from the continuing operations of a business. They also use price-to-earnings ratio as one of the tools in choosing stocks for the Global Stock Game.
9th - Higher Ed Social Studies & History