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Hey everyone,

I am a master student left with the preparation of the master dissertation and therefore, I am actively looking for the latest hot topics in finance.

My professor has not been very helpful in the finding of a topic, so If you have any suggestion about an interesting topic that should be researched nowadays I would be very grateful,

Thank you in advance!
Post Tue Oct 11, 2016 11:58 pm
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In the USA, how the election will affect the economy is a hot topic: Trump vs Clinton.

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If I were in your shoes, I'd research the aftermath of the huge bank bailout of 2009. Did it truly work out? What kind of message did the "too big to fail" banking industry take to heart? What were the effects on inflation? Did this fiasco serve as an argument FOR or AGAINST the Federal Reserve?

Another great research article would be on the Federal Reserve itself. I'll start you off:
http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-federal-reserve-100-years-of-financial-terrorism/5362520
http://globalslaves.blogspot.com/2010/09/1913-was-very-bad-year-hundred-years.html

A third juicy option would be America's divorce from gold and silver standards. What has been the aftermath of America moving off the gold standard? What purpose does the gold at Fort Knox - if it is still there, which is doubtful - still serve? Trump actually quoted Reagan in one of the debates about the danger of moving away from gold. Ron Paul talks all the time about a coming financial crisis because our dollar isn't backed by anything (this gets back to the first topic, the government's ability to print money at will). What happened to the silver JFK had prepared for moving us to a silver standard? Where is all the gold in the world today? So many gold funds, so little gold. Oh, and then there's gold confiscation of 1933. Was that a violation of our rights?

Have fun! Money is a lot more exciting than many people give it credit.
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