Showing posts with label The Big Short. Show all posts
Showing posts with label The Big Short. Show all posts

Monday, January 11, 2016

The Difference Between Stocks and Bonds

Last night I watched The Big Short starring Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Christian Bale, and Brad Pitt. I enjoyed the movie. For those who aren't familiar with The Big Short, it is a movie about how the housing and stock markets crashed in 2008 and how a few shrewd investors benefited from the crash. Watching the movie prompted me to dig up some information about stocks, bonds, ETFs, and related investing basics.

Investing for Beginners is a playlist of videos produced by Fidelity Investments. Granted, the videos are from a financial services company, but they do offer a good introduction to the basics about stocks, bonds, and mutual funds.


Investopedia offers a playlist of short videos that define things like ETFs, dividends, and compound interest. That playlist is embedded below.


Take a look at these five tools for creating flipped video lessons out of one or all of the videos in the playlists embedded above.