‘the-fed-meetings-are-a-dead-spectator-sport’-–-best-of-the-breakdown-september-2020

‘The Fed Meetings Are a Dead Spectator Sport’ – Best of The Breakdown September 2020

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‘The Fed Meetings Are a Needless Spectator Sport’ – Most efficient of The Breakdown September 2020

A month-to-month recap that contains conversations with Luke Gromen, Raoul Pal, Tavi Costa, Sven Henrich, Corey Hoffstein and Michael Saylor.

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A recap of September, which NLW calls a transitional month between the put up-lockdown excitement of the summer season and the rising macro insecurity around second wave fears and election volatility. 

That contains just a few of the most intelligent insights from our company, including:

  • Luke Gromen on the four alternate choices for worldwide locations that can’t pay their debts
  • Tavi Costa on the Fed’s unusual “mandate” to carry asset prices high 
  • Raoul Pal on why “financial policy is over” 
  • Sven Henrich on the ever-weakening economic cycle
  • Corey Hoffstein on the main provide-demand mismatch that exacerbates exogenous shocks
  • Michael Saylor on why he moved his firm’s money reserves to bitcoin 

For extra episodes and free early access sooner than our stylish 3 p.m. Eastern time releases, subscribe with Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocketcasts, Google Podcasts, Castbox, Stitcher, RadioPublica, iHeartRadio or RSS.

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