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¬†Each week we interview important global figures in macro finance and economics. We explore classical supply side economics, MMT, macro-trends, hard money theory, political economy and much more. The world is changing rapidly¬† and it’s never been more important to have access to the best thinking on the issues that matter.

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Nathan Lewis – The Possibility of Hyperinflation

Nathan Lewis – The Possibility of Hyperinflation

Doug Noland has been a student of credit bubbles for his entire professional life. His macro analysis is among the best in the business and his understanding of the current global situation is profound. In this special interview Doug shares his insights into current market distortions and what they suggest about the road ahead. He is the author of the widely read and respected blog, the Credit Bubble Bulletin.

Doug Noland – The Terminal Phase of The Greatest Credit Bubble In History

Doug Noland – The Terminal Phase of The Greatest Credit Bubble In History

Doug Noland has been a student of credit bubbles for his entire professional life. His macro analysis is among the best in the business and his understanding of the current global situation is profound. In this special interview Doug shares his insights into current market distortions and what they suggest about the road ahead. He is the author of the widely read and respected blog, the Credit Bubble Bulletin.

Dan Oliver – Myrmikan Capital

Dan Oliver – Myrmikan Capital

Dan Oliver is the author of an important upcoming book called Golden Tears and is also the founder of the respected research firm and junior miner specialists, Myrmikan Capital. In this fascinating interview Dan takes us on a journey into the incredible history of King Louis XIV, the banking machinations of John Law, the establishment of the Mississippi Company and the resulting credit bubble and much more.

Supply Side University Lesson 4

Supply Side University Lesson 4

What’s the difference between a casino and current global equity markets? Answer….not much! In this episode we explore Lesson 4 in Jude Wanniski’s Supply Side University. We talk about gambling, mal-investment, and more. How do taxes condition the choices we make in terms of productive asset allocation instead of wild and destructive speculation?

Banking System Instability

Banking System Instability

Between 1945 and 1971 when the world financial system was still linked to gold under the Bretton Woods system we saw only one banking crisis on the entire planet. Between 1971 and 2000 there were 19 crises!
In this episode I reference some great data from Richard Duncan’s seminal book The Dollar Crisis and a great study from The Bank of England.

The Federal Reserve Balance Sheet

The Federal Reserve Balance Sheet

Mike Kendall is the author of the Man on The Margin blog and a prodigious writer on classical economics, gold price signals, gold standards, supply side theory, cryptocurrencies and so much more.

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