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How Wall-Street is ruled by mathematics.


Rating: 10/10 (1 vote )

This film shows how most of the trading on Wall-Street by computers. It shows the history of automated trading and some of the key players in the business. These activities do bring liquidity to the market, but are they getting out of touch with fundamentals?

 

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Hunting in Drenthe The Netherlands.


Rating: 8/10 (1 vote )

This video portraits a group of hunters to show the culture behind the practice and the reason these people are doing it.

Life after Hurricane Sandy.


A video showing people rebuilding their lives after hurricane Sandy.

The Aboriginals: The native inhabitants of Australia.


Rating: 8/10 (1 vote )

This video shows the native people that still inhabit Australia. The have their own gods and rituals and are struggling to preserve their way of life. In primary school our school has done a project studying one tribe that had Djarrewarre as their god and the didgeridoo as their favorite instrument.  This video shows how ...

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Racism and the University of Alabama


Rating: 6/10 (1 vote )

In 1963, the University of Alabama for the first time allowed African Americans to enroll on their courses, but racism is still subject of debate. This documentary is about two sororities that rejected black students in their midst and the controversy it caused.

I Timelapse of Baseball at Fenway Park


Rating: 8/10 (1 vote )

 

Skateboarding in Spitsbergen, Norway


Rating: 7/10 (1 vote )

Never knew skateboarding was popular so far north.

Storage box Self Storage Units in Point Cook, Altona and Melbourne


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Timelapse of the Hawaiian sky at Mauna Kea.


Rating: 7/10 (1 vote )

 

How Britain left the European Exchange Rate Mechanism.


Rating: 9/10 (1 vote )

This video shows the sequence of events that let Britain to leave the European exchange rate mechanism. The mechanism was designed to fix currency exchange rates within Europe (within a certain bandwidth) to maintain price stability. This video shows that the system blew-up in 1997 with England leaving the ERM. It may be an old ...

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