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The Crisis of Credit Visualized – Part 1


Watch the full version here: www.youtube.com The Short and Simple Story of the Credit Crisis. By Jonathan Jarvis. Crisisofcredit.com JonathanJarvis.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5


24 Responses to “The Crisis of Credit Visualized – Part 1”

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  3. guess from FED as interst is low!

  4. tIReDofConVErsaTIoN Reply November 6, 2012 at 2:22 pm

    ah thanks. That seems to make sense now.

  5. i think just private investors, essentially people that have money that they aren’t spending any time soon, and want to turn that money into more money (because let’s be honest, banks’ interest rates suck now), so they give money to an investment banker who will turn x money into somewhat more than x money, keep a portion, and then forward the rest of the profits back to the investors

    not all investment banking firms work with mortgages however

  6. Beautiful video and great editing skills. It’s similar to the work I’m trying to produce. I’d love your input on what you think I’m doing right, and what I could work on! :)

    It won’t let me paste it here, but my video’s the 2012 Show Reel on my page. Any feedback for a student designer is much appreciated! Best wishes!

  7. Yes, low interest rates FORCED banks to over leverage. It wasn’t their own stupidity at all…

  8. tIReDofConVErsaTIoN Reply November 6, 2012 at 3:47 pm

    can you tell me who the investment bankers borrow from at 04;22?? Thanks.

  9. tIReDofConVErsaTIoN Reply November 6, 2012 at 4:22 pm

    ok…. good vid but who do the investment bankers borrow from at 04:22?? Is it just from the Wall Street??
    Please respond, it’s really bugging me!

  10. thanks! I think that makes sense.

  11. i’m not 100% on this, but i think the risk factor is that they no longer only give mortgages to responsible families that likely can pay for the mortgage over time, now they also give risky mortgages to people that may default on their mortgage, and worst case scenario the mortgage lender person (sorry i’m not too great with econ yet :/) keeps the house and sells it, and since the mortgage holder was paying home owner ship costs, the mortgage lender sells the house for more than the initial cost

  12. i didn’t actually expect there to be a cliff hanger in a two part video for my ap econ class!
    well done, so far i seem to understand it!!

  13. almost 1yr ago our little crisis here at home happened when my dad took my moms tax money and his own tax money which was over 5,000 usd to mexico and left us here at home with 2 months behind(he said he has already paid ) in rent and every other bill past due and on the verge of disconnection(electric,water,gas,) I am sure that there are more people out there like my dad who make stupid and idiotic financial decisions. but with my little brother and sister living in the house…come on….

  14. HOW ABOUT A EURO CRISIS VISUALIZED?

  15. Why do half the comments seem to be from idiot republicans and libertarians going.

    “ITS OBVIOUSLY THE GOVERNMENTS FAULT WE NEED TO DEREGULATE!”

    Yes it TOTALLY wasn’t the people that were doing the risky trading and that pushed deregulation.

  16. I was doing great untill 6:56. I don’t understand the risk part. Anybody care to explain?

  17. Because this video is the best in explaining what happend. I heard this morning on the Business News Radio, that instead of home mortages, they are now doing this with car loans as well. You basically only have to be able to write your name properly and you get a car loan.

    I understand why with houses, prices normally go up (back in the day), however cars as collateral, I _really_ don’t get… they drop in price as soon as you leave the car dealer.

  18. Runswithscissors111 Reply November 6, 2012 at 9:19 pm

    troll?

  19. eastcoastmetaphorman Reply November 6, 2012 at 10:10 pm

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  20. How can people be so stupid and give this video a positive thumbs up.

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  22. Une version en français, SVP!!!
    On aimerait comprendre aussi.

  23. noprofitmaximierung Reply November 7, 2012 at 12:28 am

    So the REAL question here is: Why did the ruling class (not only in the usa) feel the need to de-regulate (as they certainly know this has caused problems in the past and is highly risky and has an exponential risk effect for the system)? Is it just “Greed”?No, there is something more material, something more pressing that makes them consciously write further (systemically)risky laws for the senators and congressmen to sign. This mystic thing is “The Falling Rate of Profit” and globalcompetition