Lernabit is a notecard app that creates a review schedule so you remember more of what you learn
Start creating your own notes and remember more of what you learn. Signup now to get started.
During the bombing of Nagasaki, the primary target was actually the city of Kokura. #history #WWII
coltivavano they cultivated #italian
tenga il resto keep the change (formal) #italian
The 3 primary colors are red, yellow, and blue. #GraphicDesign #DesignForHackers
di tanto in tanto from time to time #Italian
Fear of war or other disaster can have a positive impact on financial markets. The strongest quarter of economic growth in American history was the 4th quarter of 1950, when the economy grew at 13.4%. Interestingly, it was mostly bad news that was driving growth. It was during the Cold War, and the Korean War started earlier that year. People wanted to be away from the big cities in case a...
Also called the paradox of plenty. The resource curse is an economic phenomenon in which a country that discovers abundant natural resources experiences a contraction in the overall economy even though the new resource makes some people very rich. It occurs because when the new resource is discovered, the country begins to divert too much capital to the new and lucrative market, causing other areas of the economy to suffer. In some cases, political corruption can also be...
A war bond poster featuring one of the Tuskegee Airmen. #WWII #history
These are teapots made during the '70's and '80's revival of #ArtDeco. #art #pottery #ArtDecoMuseum
A yield-curve inversion is when the interest rates on short term securities rises above the interest rates on long term securities. This is unusual because investors typically expect longer term securities to pay higher interest in exchange for tying up their money longer. When short term securities start paying more interest, that is a yield curve inversion. Yield-curve inversion can happen with many different securities, but the one to really watch is the yield curve for Treasury bills and treasury...