There has been a lot of specualtion and negativity towards GREED and it's role in our society more and more over the past few months. The Prime Minister has blamed GREED for our financial situation, shareholders and the struggling community have blamed GREED also, but including the GREED of banks and brokers that seem to manipulate the financial world.
Where does the financial literacy come into it?
Where does the responsibility of people's education and actions come into it?
I, as an advocate for GREED, teach that GREED IS GOOD to the young and old from all walks of life. I lecture at Universities/TAFE's in Australia, hold courses and workshops throughout Oz and have more recently been on radio and TV interviews because of my controversial education and focus on GREED.
Of course I receive certain amounts of ridicule from certain socioeconomic types from both ends of the spectrum. (rich and poor)
I am wanting to create this topic as a means to judge the pro and con arguments from both sides and gauge for myself where exactly YOU fit in to the equation and what exactly YOU are going to do about our current situation. Does financial literacy need to be focused upon from an education point of view in our children's class rooms?
Are you struggling with your mortgages, rent, basic everyday things? Have you lost money in super-funds, and would you like to own more properties or seek an easier way to alleviate the financial stress?
Let me know!!!