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Federal Reserve Explained | The History & Future of Money | Full Length HD

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Published on Dec 26, 2011

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You can’t do very much if you don’t have money. Gary Korolev will prepare you to understand the origin of money and how you can use the past to protect you from future monetary hardships.

In this video, you’ll learn:

- What the value of money is.
- How to examine the history of money to predict the future.
- How money is controlled.

About the speaker :

Gary Korolev is a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) Charter holder. He graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor's Degree in Finance in 2004. Prior to joining his current employer Gary worked in a Financial Advisory capacity at Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch. He is currently a Consultant on approximately $300 million worth of Private Client assets at a large, well reputed financial services firm which he wishes not to name because the views expressed in this video do not represent the views of his current employer.

Gary immigrated to the United States from Russia with his family in 1992 as a political refugee. His father was a publisher of an anticommunist newspaper in the Soviet Union prior to the fall of the Iron Curtain.

Gary is a proponent of the Austrian School of Economics of which the most widely known economists are Ludwig von Mises and Murray Rothbard. The Austrian School argues for a completely free market, and extremely limited government if any public government at all. Gary finds credibility in the Austrian School because despite being in the small minority of all economists, the Austrian Economists are credited more than any other with predicting the housing bubble and many other prior financial bubbles as well as explaining how government intervention in the economy, economic central planning and market manipulation by government enforced monopolies such as the Federal Reserve end up causing more harm than good to the economy in the long run.

Gary may be contacted at gakorolev@gmail.com

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