Guitars, Fractals, Ballparks, Paper Money, and How to Get Rich

Paper money is so last century
Visa is offering small restaurants $10,000 apiece if they would stop accepting cash payments.

4 Signs of a Bubble?
Many investors now spend 95% of their time worrying about market extremes that only occur 5% or so of the time.

Compounding… a Fractical¬†Idea
The beauty of compound interest is that it continues to behave fractally with each piece of interest eventually earning its own interest.

Will you have to pay for your local team’s new stadium?
The Pawtucket Red Sox are doing it right.

Who’s paying professors for their research efforts? Google it, you might be surprised
Over the past decade, the search engine giant has helped finance hundreds of research papers to defend against regulatory challenges of its market dominance, paying $5,000 to $400,000 for the work.

Electric Guitar: Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated
Recently, the Washington Post reported of the demise of the lead guitar, but Fender is offering a whole new way to dream of becoming a rock-star.

Forget 9-to-5, How about traveling for a living?
Two years ago, he was working at Starbucks, today he and his iPhone travel the world, recording and reporting on his adventures as a vlogger. The most successful vloggers — those traveling and video blogging — are raking in as much as $7 million annually.

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