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Cash Is Making Money Again! Here Is What It Means For Your Wallet
Hey Money Guy Show Family! Cash is making money again. Thatâ€™s right. Times are changing and you can generate income from cash again. (Seriously) The Great Recession (2008-2009) slashed interest rates and they were in a free fall sitting on the bottom at 0.5% for the better part of a decade. Now, cash is making a comeback and it can yield over 2% today in high-yield savings accounts and over 2.5% in a 1-year CD and 3% for longer term CDs. Weâ€™re at the point now where we all should start paying attention to cash as an asset class that can yield a return and what you can do about it. For more details, please visit the show notes on our website: https://www.moneyguy.com/2018/10/cash-is-making-money-again-here-is-what-it-means-for-your-wallet/
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Did climate change bankrupt an electric company?
A major California electric utility is filing for bankruptcy, and climate change may be the culprit. Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) could face up to $30 billion in liabilities from recent wildfires in California, the LA Times reports. Hotter conditions make for more wildfires, and that's exactly what is happening in the western U.S., as Climate Cast has previously reported. Now, some analysts see PG&E -- a Fortune 500 company -- as the first economic casualty of climate change. Research scholar Michael Wara, who focuses on climate and energy policy at the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, joined Climate Cast to explain.
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The Great Depression - A New Deal | 3
With the country was still hobbled by the Depression, New York Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt promised a â€œNew Dealâ€ for the American people. That vow handed Roosevelt a contested Democratic nomination and helped him crush Hoover in the general election. Roosevelt began his presidency with a flurry of policy proposals and legislative efforts focused around three priorities: relief, recovery, and reform. These new efforts saw millions of young men put back to work preserving natural areas as part of the Civilian Conservation Corps and undertaking a massive rural electrification project in the Tennessee River Valley. And the countryâ€™s first female cabinet member led the creation of Social Security, one of the crowning achievements of Rooseveltâ€™s administration. Meanwhile, a reckoning was in order for Wall Street. Years after the stock market crash, a raucous senate investigation would unveil egregious abuses by financiers.Support us by supporting our sponsors!LightStream - To save even more, go to LightStream.com/TELLERSZipRecruiter - To try ZipRecruiter for FREE, go to ZipRecruiter.com/AHT