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Dr. Richard Sandor, the “Father” of Financial Futures & Carbon Trading Discusses His “Best Idea Yet”

November 30, 2018

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DR. RICHARD SANDOR, THE “FATHER” OF FINANCIAL FUTURES & CARBON TRADING DISCUSSES HIS “BEST IDEA YET”

November 30, 2018
In the final week of winter fundraising season for Public Television, we are revisiting the final episode of our popular two-part interview with The Motley Fool’s Co-Founders David and Tom Gardner. Among the topics discussed: beating the market, building a global business and having fun! Watch the episode again here.

NEW THIS WEEK: Financial innovator Dr. Richard Sandor is known as the “father” of financial futures and carbon trading. He discusses the unheralded and significant environmental progress being made on the local level in the U.S., plus his latest innovation, an alternative to LIBOR, the troubled global interest rate benchmark. It’s the American Financial Exchange, an electronic exchange for direct interbank and financial institution lending and borrowing. It’s up and running and he considers it his “best idea yet.”
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PREMIUM: SANDOR

November 30, 2018
In the final week of winter fundraising season for Public Television, we are revisiting the final episode of our popular two-part interview with The Motley Fool’s Co-Founders David and Tom Gardner. Among the topics discussed: beating the market, building a global business and having fun! Watch the episode again here.

CHANGING FINANCIAL INNOVATIONS

NEW THIS WEEK: Financial innovator Dr. Richard Sandor is known as the “father” of financial futures and carbon trading. He discusses the unheralded and significant environmental progress being made on the local level in the U.S., plus his latest innovation, an alternative to LIBOR, the troubled global interest rate benchmark. It’s the American Financial Exchange, an electronic exchange for direct interbank and financial institution lending and borrowing. It’s up and running and he considers it his “best idea yet.”

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