The Consequences of Technological Deflation (w/ Jeff Booth)

MAX WIETHE: Do you think the social consequences of that printing could come to fruition and slow down this deflationary cycle because of the social problems that will come to roost first? JEFF BOOTH: If you look at the newspapers today, if you look at most of what is in the news today, it’s the […]

The Fed’s Losing Battle with Deflation (w/ Jeff Booth)

MAX WIETHE: I’m sitting down with Jeff Booth, author of the Price of Tomorrow and also an entrepreneur, thank you for coming in all the way from Vancouver, Jeff. JEFF BOOTH: Thanks. Thanks for having me, Max. MAX WIETHE: It’s our pleasure. Well, before we get into a little bit about your background to help […]

The Good and the Ugly Effects of Globalization | A World on the Brink

Dee Smith: Over the last 30 years, globalization has connected our world in ways we could never have imagined. It’s brought about an incredible increase in the movement of information, goods, money, people, and perhaps most important, labor. Globalization has fueled the economic growth of our entire planet and brought nearly a billion people out […]

Why the Trends of Income Inequality & Redistribution of Wealth Could Reverse (w/ Trevor Noren)

TREVOR NOREN: My name is Trevor Noren. I’m the Managing Director at 13D Global Research and Strategy. I cover disruptive innovation and contribute weekly to our flagship publication, What I Learned this Week. Yeah, at 13D, our focus is not just providing our clients with actionable investment advice, but also providing the predictive frameworks that […]

U.S. economy: Signs of a downturn?

The current economic expansion is likely to continue for quite some time. The consensus among economists is that 2020 is the greatest opportunity for a downturn. But the question is we don’t have data to sort of support that at this point and when you look at broader issues like credit market conditions, there doesn’t […]

What Fuels Oil and Gas Prices? (w/ Diego Parrilla)

DIEGO PARRILLA: My name is Diego Parrilla, I’m a mining and petroleum engineer from Spain. I did my masters in Mineral Economics in the Colorado School of Mines and the French Institute of Petroleum in Paris. I spent pretty much half of my career on the investment banking side with some of the leading global […]

Is A Recession Inevitable?

If I had to pick up a date for the next recession, it would be sometime in 2020. So you can certainly make the case that there’s a lot of areas where things look a bit unsettled. The fact of the matter is people are looking and saying, I don’t feel like it’s any easier […]

πŸ”΄ How Climate Change Affects Corn & Soybean Prices (w/ Shawn Hackett)

JAKE MERL: Welcome to Trade Ideas. I’m Jake Merl, sitting down with Shawn Hackett, President of Hackett Financial Advisors. Shawn, great to have you back on the show. SHAWN HACKETT: It’s always good to be here. JAKE MERL: Let’s get right into it. What are we talking about today? SHAWN HACKETT: We’re talking about a […]

What Mass Media Gets Wrong About Cryptocurrency: Blockchain Beyond Bitcoin (w/ Ash Benington)

Ash Bennington: Over the last few years, the only thing more impressive than the skyrocketing surge in cryptocurrency prices is the media attention they’ve attracted. But what if in this tsunami of media coverage of digital currencies, we’re missing the big story? What if the real revolution isn’t the shortterm surge in the valuation of […]

πŸ”΄Today’s FOMC Decision: Will the Fed Cut Rates? (w/Mark Yusko) | Stock Trade Ideas

So today we have a special episode of trade ideas Ahead of the big Fed announcement Rick Benson your of the Benson your group is going to find out how Marc usko of Morgan Creek Capital is making sense of markets and how he’s taking advantage of the current setup. Please enjoy Hi everyone, I’m […]