A recent article in Forbes carried the headline “Make Money from Fear” and suggested investors protect themselves against stock market declines by buying securities coined “crash insurance.”
Like the Forbes article about investing, our nation’s political strategies often use fear to focus attention. In fact, as Franklin Roosevelt said in his first inaugural address, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” There is no black and white answer to many issues. There are choices. Fear often drives decisions that miss the mark on what the problems are and result in the loss of options for a more hopeful future.
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The Titanic’s Passengers – What Were Their Fates? Follow the fate of the Titanic’s passengers and the route of their tragic voyage on this interactive map produced by esri. Who lived? Who died? The answers are in the map.
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