Video: Hope 101

BECK UNIVERSITY
Hope 101
with Professor David Buckner

Key Principle #1 - Creating Wealth – How Businesses Work

Key Principle #2 - Planned vs. Market – The Making of a Monopoly

Key Principle #3 - Investment vs. Consumption – Governments don’t “Invest”

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Key Principle #1 - Creating Wealth – How Businesses Work
  • Concepts: 
    • Why do we exchange? 
    • Opportunity cost is EVERYTHING! 
    • People create wealth
       
  • Watch For: The REAL costs of business 
    • The loss of freedom, choice and opportunity

Key Principle #2 - Planned vs. Market – The Making of a Monopoly

  • Concepts: Centralized power creates a monopoly 
    • Monopolies are inefficient 
    • Planned economies are monopolies
       
  • Watch For: Loss of control, freedom and lack of efficiency

Key Principle #3 - Investment vs. Consumption – Governments don’t “Invest”

  • Concepts: Building a bridge is not an “investment” 
    • Investments must return profit  
    • Consumption devours profit
       
  • Watch For: Anything in the government offering to “Invest” in America

 





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Hope 101
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