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    On the Margin
    The Winds Of Recession Are Blowing | Weekly Roundup

    On the Margin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 29:56


    With Mark out, we have special guest filling in, Blockworks' own Jack Farley, macro researcher and host of the Forward Guidance podcast. Jack explains how three recent events have made him think that a recession is more likely: moves in interest rates that suggest the Fed might pivot earlier than previously anticipated; the sharp fall in copper, cotton, and other commodity prices; and, most importantly, a forecast from the Atlanta Fed that real GDP for the U.S. will be negative. Mike then makes sense of the recent series of confidence runs that have taken the crypto world by storm, and he and Jack reflect on when the digital asset bear market might relent. Get top market insights and the latest in crypto news. Subscribe to Blockworks Daily Newsletter: https://blockworks.co/newsletter/ -- Follow Jack: https://twitter.com/syrupsid Follow Mike: https://twitter.com/MikeIppolito_ Follow Blockworks: https://twitter.com/Blockworks_ -- Blockdaemon connects businesses to blockchains through 3 key services; staking & delegation, fully managed nodes, and the revolutionary Ubiquity API suite. Blockdaemon has mastered nodes; managing 36k+ of them for major exchanges, financial companies & custodians. With 100% Slashing insurance, you can trust Blockdaemon to connect your business to blockchains. More info at https://onthemargin.link/blockdaemon -- Disclaimer: Nothing discussed on On The Margin should be considered as investment advice. Please always do your own research & speak to a financial advisor before thinking about, thinking about putting your money into these crazy markets.

    Scroll Down: True Stories from KYW Newsradio
    Economy update: the textbook definition of a recession, but...

    Scroll Down: True Stories from KYW Newsradio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 10:51


    We're getting hints about GDP numbers from the second quarter, and so far estimates have us looking at the textbook definition of a recession... but is there a silver lining? Are some recessions not like the others? It's the beginning of July -- what can we say about the first half of 2022, good and bad alike? Philadelphia economist David Fiorenza is on the podcast to break down the economic news of the week and what it means for you and me.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Wilson Center
    Hindsight Up Front | Defining a Successful Resolution to Russia's War in Ukraine

    Wilson Center

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 32:11


    What does success look like? As Russia's unprovoked war in Ukraine enters into its fifth month, it is clear that the military campaign will not end any time soon and that the potential terms of a successful resolution to the conflict are murky. Neither side appears willing, or indeed able, to agree to terms less than victory. While over half of the world measured by GDP have denounced Russia and/or support Ukraine in this conflict, over half of the world by population have not denounced Russia and take no side in the conflict, other than a desire to see it end. Only four countries – Belarus, North Korea, Eritrea, and Syria – voted in support of Russia in the UN General Assembly at the onset of the war. Now the consequences of war are felt beyond the battlefield, as energy prices soar worldwide and the Russian blockade of Ukrainian grain and fertilizer shipments threatens global food security. In the coming months, millions of additional refugees from Ukraine and other parts of the world are expected to emerge, fleeing conflict as well as economic and food insecurity. Those who succeed in reaching Europe and the United States will put additional stresses on those societies, potentially threatening political and social stability. Former U.S. Special Representative to Ukraine, Ambassador Kurt Volker joined Wilson Center CEO and Director Ambassador Mark Green in a conversation to review these threats, consider what the West might define as a successful resolution to the conflict, and discuss policy options available to the United States in the coming months.

    Moody's Talks - Inside Economics
    Energy, Expectations, and Estonia

    Moody's Talks - Inside Economics

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 73:39


    Colleague, Gaurav Ganguly, Senior Director at Moody's Analytics, joins the podcast to examine the economic state of Europe and if they are headed into a recession. The gang also discusses the latest GDP release, recession odds, and beer of choice. Follow Mark Zandi @MarkZandi, Ryan Sweet @RealTime_Econ and Cris deRitis on LinkedIn for additional insight.

    Kevin Kietzman Has Issues
    Big 12 Needs Expansion, Mizzou Peril Ahead, Anti Racist Roads, Recession is Here

    Kevin Kietzman Has Issues

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 47:46


       With USC and UCLA joining the Big Ten, the Big 12 suddenly finds itself in solid position as the third most stable conference in college athletics.  That means one thing and one thing only... it's time to get aggressive and expand.  I've got two plans for you.    Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports, who lives in KC, brings up the possibility of the SEC going after two more giant football schools like Clemson, Notre Dame, Florida State or Miami and booting Mizzou and Vanderbilt to make room for them.  This is getting crazy.    We had a pair of Amtrak derailments and thousand of flights cancelled this week, so what is our transportation secretary talking about?  A billion dollar project for anti racist roads.  Unreal.    And the Atlanta Fed says the quarter GDP dropped, which could be considered the first actual indicator of recession.  Also, Tim Allen blasts the woke new "Lightyear" movie and Kenny Chesney is headed to Arrowhead.

    The Energy Gang
    The Present and Future of California's Electricity Grid

    The Energy Gang

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 63:22


    California is one of the world's largest economies in its own right, with a population of 40 million generating $3.4 trillion in GDP. It is also a pioneer in the development of clean energy, generating about 23% of its electricity from renewables in 2020, a long way ahead of the US average. On today's episode, the Energy Gang welcomes a special guest: Elliot Mainzer, the President and CEO of the California Independent System Operator (CAISO). CAISO is the non-profit responsible for managing the flow of electricity that serves over 80% of California. Regular team member Melissa Lott, from the Center on Global Energy Policy, joins host Ed Crooks to examine the current state of the power grid in California and how it's faring in the energy transition. They talk about how the grid can keep up with changing technologies and manage the challenges created by a rising reliance on solar and wind power. And they discuss the significance of the Diablo Canyon Power Plant, California's single largest source of electricity, which is scheduled for closure in 2025. There have been suggestions that the life of the plant should be extended. What are the implications of this? And what needs to happen for the plant to be closed for good while maintaining reliability and preventing a rise in carbon dioxide emissions? Finally, Elliot Mainzer looks ahead to the long term. California has a commitment to running its electricity grid on 100 zero-carbon energy by 2045. Is that realistic? And what needs to happen to achieve it? See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
    TIP461: The Next Investing Revolution w/ Jim O'Shaughnessy

    We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 68:10


    IN THIS EPISODE, YOU'LL LEARN:02:00 - The 4 horsemen of the investing apocalypse, according to Jim.12:01 - How and why certain factors change over time.18:27 - The best approach to using discounted cash flow models.26:32 - Whether or not GDP and therefore Market Cap to GDP ratios are still relevant value indicators.59:30 - How Jim built OSAM and why he decided to ultimately sell.1:07:54 - What Jim learned from his highly successful and philanthropic grandfather.And a whole lot more!*Disclaimer: Slight timestamp discrepancies may occur due to podcast platform differences.BOOKS AND RESOURCES:OSAM Website.Infinite Loops Podcast.OSAM Research.What Works On Wall Street Book.Why Do Individuals Exhibit Investing Biases Study.Trey Lockerbie Twitter.Our tool for picking stock winners and managing our portfolios: TIP Finance Tool.Check out our favorite Apps and Services.New to the show? Check out our We Study Billionaires Starter Packs.Support your hardworking team in one intuitive platform by using Gusto, an all-in-one payroll, HR, team management tools and more. Go to gusto.com/wsb for your first three months free.Find people with the right experience and invite them to apply to your job. Try ZipRecruiter for FREE today.Find Pros & Fair Pricing for Any Home Project for Free with Angi.Personalize your plans in improving your metabolism, reducing stress, improving sleep, and omptimizing your health with InsideTracker. Use discount code TIP to get 20% off the entire InsideTracker store.Try out Rhoback's performance polos, q-zips, or hoodies and bring a new meaning to the word comfortable. Use the code STUDY and get 20% off your first order.Break into the multifamily investing space or level up your investing game. Learn these at the Multifamily Investor Nation Convention. Visit mfincon.com for details and tickets. Use promo code TIP to get $200 off your tickets.Depend on RBC Wealth Management's investment expertise to build a plan that helps you strengthen your financial security no matter where you are in life.Connect all your apps, automate routine tasks, and streamline your processes with Zapier.Gain the skills you need to move your career a level up when you enroll in a Swinburne Online Business Degree. Search Swinburne Online today.Confidently take control of your online world without worrying about viruses, phishing attacks, ransomware, hacking attempts, and other cybercrimes with Avast One.Get a FREE Wealth Protection Kit and learn how thousands are protecting their retirement savings and adding $10,000 (or more) in free Silver with Goldco.Get 50% off Remote's full suite of global employment solutions for your first employee for three months. Just visit remote.com and use promo code WSB.Meet every business challenge -- from point of sale to eCommerce, staff management, business operations, costumer solutions, and so much more by using Square's customized and connected tools.Take the next step in your working-life or get ready for a change, by being a Snooze franchise partner. To learn more, head to Snooze.com.au and scroll down the page for “franchising”.Check out our favorite Apps and Services.Browse through all our episodes (complete with transcripts) here.Support our free podcast by supporting our sponsors.HELP US OUT!Help us reach new listeners by leaving us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts! It takes less than 30 seconds and really helps our show grow, which allows us to bring on even better guests for you all! Thank you – we really appreciate it!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Primary Vision Network
    THE ECONOMY - Global Stagflation Starting to Emerge, When Will Deflation Emerge in the U.S.?, Leading Indicators Showing Contraction in Q3, Economic Data Getting Ugly, China Data Shows a Bounce, But Will it Last?

    Primary Vision Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 103:53


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    Trader Merlin
    Worst First Half In 52 Years! - 6/30/22

    Trader Merlin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 49:18


    Markets failed to seek a clear direction today with lots of chop! Traders scrambled to decipher the current #GDP and #CorePCE numbers and what it means for the market going forward. I'll break down the June numbers and answer any listener questions you have!  Join us live at  2pm PST today! #Trading #investing  #stocks Sign up for a free, 6 video course on Cryptocurrency here: https://www.tradingacademy.com/crypto/ Contact TraderMerlin: Email – TraderMerlin@gmail.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13930555/ Twitter: TraderMerlin - https://twitter.com/TraderMerlin IG: TraderMerlin - https://www.instagram.com/tradermerlin/ FB: TraderMerlin  - https://www.facebook.com/TraderMerlin Live Daily Show:  - https://www.youtube.com/TraderMerlin   Trading Applications used: TastyWorks, CliK, TradeStation, TradingView

    Faces of Digital Health
    Pakistan: Making The Best of Existing Technology With a Strategic Approach (Zahid Ali)

    Faces of Digital Health

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 32:30


    After several discussions about digital health in the APAC region, we are finishing the exploration in the region with a debate about healthcare digitalization in Pakistan. Pakistan has 242 million people. It's the 5th largest population in the world. If you look at the website of the US state department, you will see advice to reconsider traveling to Pakistan. Life expectancy is low; the country attributes only 1.1 % of its GDP to healthcare. Yet, as mentioned by Zahid Ali, HIMSS Future50 Health IT Leader 2021, A digital health and innovation thought-leader and Consultant, the strategy Pakistan took in the fight against COVID was recognized by WHO as exemplary. So what is the state of healthcare digitalization in the country, and what can other countries learn from Pakistan? That's the topic of today's discussion. Do check out other episodes about the APAC region: https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/digital-health-in-apac-an-overview-keren-priyadashini-microsoft-asia facesofdigitalhealth.com 

    Thoughts on the Market
    Jonathan Garner: Why Japan Should Have Investors' Attention

    Thoughts on the Market

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 4:15


    As the risks to international economic growth increase, global investors may find some good news in the Japanese equities market. -----Transcript-----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Jonathan Garner, Morgan Stanley's Chief Asia and Emerging Markets Equity Strategist. Along with my colleagues, bringing you a variety of perspectives, today I'll be reflecting on a recent visit to Japan. It's Thursday, June the 30th, at 1 p.m. in London. I spent two weeks in Tokyo meeting with a wide range of market participants and others. This trip came together as Japan opened up to business visitors and small groups of tourists, after a lengthy period of COVID related travel restrictions. Japan equities - currency hedged for the U.S. dollar based investor - are our top pick in global equities and have been doing well this year relative to other markets. My first impression was how cheap prices in Japan now are at the current exchange rate of ¥135 to the U.S. dollar. For example, a simple metro journey in the inner core of Tokyo is priced at ¥140, so almost exactly $1 USD currently. It's possible to get a delicious lunchtime meal of teriyaki salmon, rice, pickles, miso soup and a soft drink in one of the numerous small cafes under the giant urban skyscrapers of the Central District of Marinucci for ¥1,000 or even lower. So that's about $6 to $7 USD currently. We feel this competitive exchange rate bodes well for the major Japanese industrial, technology and pharmaceutical firms, which dominate the Japan equity market as they compete globally. Indeed, the currency at these levels is one of the reasons that earnings revisions estimates, by bottom up analysts covering these companies, continue to move higher. Unlike the overall situation in global equities currently. In meetings, I was often asked whether we shared some of the concerns which have been voiced by some commentators on the Bank of Japan's monetary policy stance. The Monetary Policy Committee meeting for June was held during my trip, and the Bank of Japan kept its short term policy rate at -0.1% and also reiterated its pledge to guide the ten year government bond yield at +/- 25 basis points around a target of zero. Clearly, this monetary policy is divergent with trends elsewhere in the world currently and in particularly with the U.S. And this divergence is a key reason why the yen has been weakening this year. We at Morgan Stanley feel strongly that this approach is the right one for Japan, for one key reason. Unlike the U.S., UK or other advanced economies, Japan's inflation rate remains in line with policy goals. Headline CPI inflation is running at just 2.5% year on year, while CPI ex food and energy is 0.8%. Japan does not have a breakout to the upside in wage inflation either. We also think BOJ Governor Kuroda-san was correct in identifying downside risks to international economic growth as a risk factor for Japan's own GDP growth going forward, which at the moment we think is likely to track at around 2% this year. During our trip, we also spent time with investors discussing Japan Prime Minister Kishida-san's modifications to the policies of his two predecessors, in particular around a more redistributive approach to fiscal policy and digitalization of the public sector. The trend to greater corporate engagement with minority investors and activist investors was also debated. Japan is now the second largest market globally after the US for activist investor campaigns to promote corporate restructuring, thereby unlocking shareholder value. For us. Ultimately, the proof of the pudding, and how the Japan story all comes together, is the trend in corporate return on equity for listed equities. This has risen from less than 5% on average in the 20 years prior to Abe-san's premiership to above 10% currently. And it's now converged with two key North Asian peers; China and Korea. With Japan equities trading at the low end of the valuation range for the last 10 years, below 12 x forward price to earnings multiple, we think it's a market which deserves more attention from global investors. Thanks for listening. If you enjoy the show, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share Thoughts on the Market with a friend or colleague today.

    The Two-Minute Briefing
    The Evening Briefing: Thursday, June 30

    The Two-Minute Briefing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 2:18


    Weapons for Ukraine: Nicola Sturgeon's ministers says no more Scottish money should be givenUK's defence budget: Boris Johnson vows to raise spending to 2.5pc of GDP by 2030Ukraine war: New 'iron curtain' descending, warns Sergei Lavrov'Fled outpost': Russia retreats from Snake IslandAnalysis: Why Ukraine's Snake Island victory could be a major blow for PutinPersonal attacks: Vladimir Putin says topless Boris Johnson and Justin Trudeau would be ‘disgusting sight''Please explain' emails: Elon Musk escalates war on home workingIconic photo: Vietnam 'Napalm girl' receives final burns treatmentBunk beds in economy class?: The in-flight innovation we've been waiting forThe Glam-Ma Makeover: What this superstar makeup artist can teach midlife womenRead all these articles and stay expertly informed anywhere, anytime with a digital subscription. Start your free one-month trial today to gain unlimited website and app access. Cancel anytime. Sign up here: https://bit.ly/3v8HLez.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    TD Ameritrade Network
    Today's PCE Data, Slowdown Of U.S. Economy

    TD Ameritrade Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 7:13


    What are the takeaways from today's PCE data? "Revision of first quarter GDP data showed consumption spending was much lower than expected. I expect spending to continue to moderate as the economy slows down. Early signs from the labor market reaffirm the slow down of the economy in the coming months," says Tuan Nguyen.

    X22 Report
    Ep. 2812 - Define Bait, Define Plant, Who Really Has Control, How Do You Destroy The Narrative?

    X22 Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 66:40


    The country is moving right into a recession, GDP shrank and the next quarter looks even worse. The corrupt politicians are trying to control the fallout by handing out money, this plan failed before it can even get started, this will add to the problem. The Fed says the quiet part out loud. The [DS] took the bait and completely destroyed themselves. They put a witness on the stand that was fed false info and it was debunked in a matter of minutes. Was this a trap? Was Cassidy the bait to destroy the J6 fake show. The patriots are in control and the next phase of the plan is coming online, [GM] was just the beginning, Trump, Kash, Nunes all hint to where this is all going, Rachel Chandler.

    Sinocism
    Xi reiterates dynamic zero-Covid is correct, calls for technology self-reliance and “development independence”; Spiritual Americans

    Sinocism

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022


    Today’s Essential Eight summary: Xi reiterates dynamic zero-Covid is correct - Xi inspected Wuhan, I assume on his way to Shenzhen for the Hong Kong July 1 ceremonies. The main themes of his visit from the propaganda readout are the correctness of the dynamic zero-Covid policy; the need for S&T self-reliance and “development independence”, and the importance of grassroots community organization in anti-epidemic work and urban governance. In his reported comments Xi said "Strive for a relatively good performance in this year's economic development 争取今年我国经济发展达到较好水平", which sounds to me like a tacit admission that 5.5% GDP growth this year is not going to happen.

    Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman
    1862: House of Cards Economy: Trillions in Outstanding Credit, Joseph Wang - Fed Conspiracy? Part 2

    Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 40:35


    Ladies and gentlemen we have an economy built on smoke and mirrors, built on a house of cards. Let's not forget that currency is lent into existence and today, Jason Hartman shares exactly how much outstanding credit the United States has.  Also, house inventory levels are starting to move in an upward direction. We're still a far cry from normal market levels, but Jason gives you the latest numbers from Altos Research.   Joseph Wang, aka The Fed Guy, former senior trader on the open markets desk at the Federal Reserve is back for part 2 of his interview today. Joseph gives his take on the Fed's response during times of economic crisis such as the Great Recession and the recent pandemic. Was it right of the Fed to get involved and stimulate the economy, or should they have let the economy and markets work themselves out? FedGuy.com Key Takeaways: Jason's editorial 1:03 Introducing Joseph Wang part 2 2:00 Based on Altos Research, housing inventory is going up up up! 3:03 Download our slide decks; just go to JasonHartman.com/Slides 4:15 The 90 day average; going back to a 'normal' market 5:18 Segmenting the market by price 9:45 Raffle Winners last week and pausing the raffle- for now 11:50 An economy of smoke and mirrors Joseph Wang Interview 17:52 The Philipps curve debate 20:43 Debt to GDP ratio and the dollar collapse 23:03 Why do other countries buy dollars?  26:35 Bloodbath in the cryptocurrency markets 29:10 Understanding the Fed - is there a man behind the curtain?  31:14 Was the Fed right to interfere during Covid and the Great Recession?  33:41 What is a shadow bank?  35:55 The story behind Long Term Capital Management 37:04 Be cautious with financial assets 38:47 Joseph Wang's book Central Banking 101, Learn more at FedGuy.com follow Joseph on Twitter @FedGuy12   Follow Jason on TWITTER, INSTAGRAM & LINKEDIN Twitter.com/JasonHartmanROI Instagram.com/jasonhartman1/ Linkedin.com/in/jasonhartmaninvestor/ Learn More: JasonHartman.com Get wholesale real estate deals for investment or build a great business – Free course: JasonHartman.com/Deals Free White Paper on The Hartman Comparison Index™: HartmanIndex.com/white-paper Free Report on Pandemic Investing: PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips in Vimeo Free Class: CYA Protect Your Assets, Save Taxes & Estate Planning: JasonHartman.com/Protect Special Offer from Ron LeGrand: JasonHartman.com/Ron What do Jason's clients say? JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Contact our Investment Counselors at: www.JasonHartman.com Watch, subscribe and comment on Jason's videos on his official YouTube channel: YouTube.com/c/JasonHartmanRealEstate/videos Guided Visualization for Investors: JasonHartman.com/visualization Jason's videos in his other sites: JasonHartman.com/Rumble JasonHartman.com/Bitchute JasonHartman.com/Odysee Jason Hartman's Extra YouTube Channel Jason Hartman's Real Estate News and Technology (RENT) YouTube Channel

    TD Ameritrade Network
    Consumer Confidence Catastrophe

    TD Ameritrade Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 12:45


    The forward expectations were the lowest since 2013 which shows you that consumers seem to be expecting a recession, says Bob Iaccino. He discusses the crazy consumer confidence report for June 2022. He also talks about the GDP report for Q1 2022 which was released today. He then goes over how inflation is effecting the market, particularly retail sales. Tune in to find out more.

    Fed Watch - Bitcoin and Macro
    Japan YCC fails, Bullwhips, and Fragmentation - FED 100

    Fed Watch - Bitcoin and Macro

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 55:49


    Hosts: Ansel Lindner and Christian Keroles Listen To This Episode:  Apple / Spotify / Google / Libsyn / Overcast / RSS Charts for episode can be found on BitcoinandMarkets.com/fed100 Fed Watch is the macro podcast for bitcoiners. Each episode we discuss current events in macro from across the globe, with an emphasis on central banks and currencies. In this episode, CK and I cover developments in Japan in regards to Yield Curve Control, in the US in regards to growth and inflation forecasts, and in Europe in regards to the concern about fragmentation. At the end of the episode, we celebrate the 100th episode of Fed Watch by reviewing some of the guests and calls we have made throughout the show's history. Big Trouble in Japan The economic troubles in Japan are legendary at this point. They have suffered through several lost decades of low growth and low inflation, addressed by the best monetary policy tools of the day, by some of the best experts in economics (maybe that was the mistake). None of it has worked, but let's take a minute to review how we got here. Japan entered their recession/depression back in 1991 after their giant asset bubble burst. Since that time, Japanese economic growth has been averaging roughly 1% a year, with low unemployment, and very low dynamism. It's not negative GDP growth, but it's the bare minimum to have an economic pulse.  To address these issues, Japan became the first major central bank to launch Quantitative Easing (QE) in 2001. This is where the central bank, Bank of Japan (BOJ) would buy government securities from the banks in an attempt to correct any balance sheet problems, clearing the way for those banks to lend (aka print money). That first attempt at QE failed miserably, and in fact, caused growth to fall from 1.1% down to 1%. The Japanese were convinced by Western academic economists, like Paul Krugman, who claimed the BOJ failed because they had not "credibly promised to be irresponsible". They must change the inflation/growth expectations of the people by shocking them into inflationary worry. Round two of monetary policy in 2013 was dubbed QQE (Quantitative and Qualitative Easing). In this strategy, the BOJ would cause "shock and awe" at their profligacy, buying not only government securities but other assets like ETFs on the Tokyo stock market. Of course, this failed, too. Round three was the addition of Yield Curve Control (YCC) in 2016, where the BOJ would peg the yield on the 10-year Japanese Government Bond (JGB) to a range of ±10 bps. In 2018, that range was expanded to ±20 bps, and in 2021 to ±25 bps, where we are today. The YCC Fight As the world is now dealing with massive price rises due to the economic hurricane, the government bond yield curve in Japan is pressing upward, testing the BOJ's resolve. As of now, the ceiling has been breached several times, but it hasn't completely burst through. The BOJ now owns more than 50% of all government bonds, on top of their huge share of ETFs on their stock exchange. At this rate, the entire Japanese economy is going to be owned by the BOJ soon. The Yen is also crashing against the dollar. Below is the exchange rate, how many yen to a US dollar. Federal Reserve DSGE Forecasts Federal Reserve Chairman, Jerome Powell, went in front of Congress this week and said that a US recession was not his "base case", despite nearly all economic indicators crashing in the last month. Here we take a look at the Fed's own DSGE model. The New York Fed DSGE (dynamic stochastic general equilibrium) model has been used to forecast the economy since 2011, and its forecasts have been made public continuously since 2014.The current version of the New York Fed DSGE model is a closed economy, representative agent, rational expectations model (although we deviate from rational expectations in modeling the impact of recent policy changes, such as average inflation targeting, on the economy). The model is medium scale, in that it involves several aggregate variables such as consumption and investment, but is not as detailed as other, larger, models. As you can see below, the model is predicting this year's Q4 to Q4 GDP to be negative, as well as the 2023 GDP. That checks with my own estimation and expectation that the US will experience a prolonged but slight recession, while the rest of the world experiences a deeper recession. In the below chart, I point out the return to the post Great Financial Crisis (GFC) norm of low growth and low inflation, a norm shared by Japan by the way. European Anti-fragmentation Cracks Only a week after we showed watchers and listeners of Fed Watch ECB President Christine Lagarde's frustration at the repeated anti-fragmentation questions, EU heavyweight, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, comes through like a bull in a china shop. I read parts of an article from Bloomberg, where Rutte claims it's up to Italy, not the ECB, to contain credit spreads. What's the big worry about fragmentation anyway? The European Monetary Union (EMU, aka Eurozone), is a monetary union without a fiscal union. The ECB policy must serve different countries with different indebtedness. This means that ECB policy on interest rates will affect each country within the union differently, and more indebted countries like Italy, Greece and Spain will suffer a greater burden of rising rates. The worry is that these credit spreads will lead to another European Debt Crisis 2.0, and perhaps even political fractures as well. Countries could be forced to leave the Eurozone and/or the European Union itself over this issue. Lookback on 100 Episodes The last part of this episode is spent looking back at some of the predictions and great calls we've made. It didn't go according to my plan, however, and we got lost in some weeds. But overall, we were able to highlight the success of our unique theories put forward by this show in the bitcoin space. Strong dollar Bitcoin and USD stablecoin dominance US's relative decentralization makes it a better fit for bitcoin Bearish on China and Europe We also highlight some specific calls that have been spot on, which you'll have to watch the episode to hear. I wanted to highlight these things to show the success of our contrarian views, despite being unpopular amongst bitcoiners. This show is an important voice in the bitcoin scene because we are prodding and poking the narratives to find the truth of the global monetary system. Links More on Japan's YCC trouble https://archive.ph/zcIOW Federal Reserves DSGE model https://www.newyorkfed.org/research/policy/dsge#/interactive Mark Rutte on fragmentation https://archive.ph/K6nHI That does it for this week. Thanks to the watchers and listeners. If you enjoy this content please SUBSCRIBE, REVIEW on iTunes, and SHARE! Written by Ansel Lindner Economist, bitcoin specialist, and author of the Bitcoin Dictionary and the free weekly Bitcoin Fundamentals Report. Find more from Ansel at the bitcoinandmarkets.com

    Daily Market Wisdom with Nick Santiago
    The Sinking of the USS GDP with Nick Santiago 6-29-22 #405

    Daily Market Wisdom with Nick Santiago

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 6:56


    1. Earlier today, the real GDP reportedly decreased at a 1.6% annual rate in the first quarter. This was expected so there were no surprises here. For me, I do not care so much about any of these numbers, I care about the stock market's reaction. Yesterday, the markets had a sharp decline after a one week rally and today they are bouncing a bit after a weak start to the session.Several central bank leaders including Fed Chairman Jay Powell are speaking at an ECB conference. So far, I have not heard anything unexpected. 2. Gold is slightly negative after starting the day in positive territory. I will say, the gold mining chart is weak lately and I never like to see the miners lag the metal itself. Either way, the gold pattern is still holding right now. 3. Bitcoin is still trading around the psychological 20,000 level. The trend here is down, but as long as it holds this key support it lives to fight another day. In the big picture, it should fall lower to around the 14,000 level, but that could take some time.  

    NewsWare‘s Trade Talk
    NewsWare's Trade Talk: Wednesday, June 29

    NewsWare‘s Trade Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 18:13


    S&P Futures are trading higher after being lower earlier this morning. The market will be paying attention to the ECB Forum in Portugal today. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell will be speaking and traders will be looking to decipher his speech for indications on the future path of interest rates. Also this morning, one hour before the opening bell we have the GDP report being released. The oil market will likely see some volatility as the EIA will release two weeks' worth of stockpile data today.  

    Bob Sirott
    Associated Bank Market Outlook: 6/29/22

    Bob Sirott

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022


    On June 29th, 2022, Steve Grzanich shares today's potential market drivers: Final first quarter GDP figures Earnings from General Mills, Bed Bath & Beyond, and more

    Venture Stories
    Erik Torenberg on How Startups Can Help Save The World

    Venture Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 46:42


    Erik Torenberg (@eriktorenberg), co-founder and general partner at Village Global and co-founder and co-CEO of On Deck join Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon on this episode of Solarpunk. Takeaways:- Startups are the most effective organizations for solving our biggest problems.- Startups disproportionately contribute to economic growth.- Governments and startups need to work together, not against each other.- China has the GDP per capita of Mexico but they have power because of how big their population is.- Increasing population should be an aim of the US government.- Humans are a naturally technological species and the only way out of our current problems is through technology, not without it.- People in Silicon Valley need to invest in storytelling and capturing hearts and minds. They have a new appreciation for how important politics is.- Ideas from Silicon Valley are being exported around the world —among them are giving without asking for anything in return, alignment via equity, and decoupling where you live from where you work. Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform.Check us out on the web at www.villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal.Want to get updates from us? Subscribe to get a peek inside the Village. We'll send you reading recommendations, exclusive event invites, and commentary onthe latest happenings in Silicon Valley. www.villageglobal.vc/signup

    The Produce Moms Podcast
    EP225: How You Can Help Cut Food Waste In Half By 2030 With Dana Gunders, Executive Director At ReFED

    The Produce Moms Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 28:26


    “Nobody wakes up wanting to waste food, it's just a matter of having the right information at the right time.”   Dana Gunders (19:34-19:41)   When it comes to food waste around the world, the statistics are staggering. We all know it's a problem and almost every country is fighting it. What can we do to effectively decrease our food waste (and the carbon emissions that come with it), decrease food insecurity, and create the food system we desire? ReFED is the leader in data-driven solutions to fight food waste, working across the food system to cut food loss and waste in half by 2030.   Dana Gunders, Executive Director of ReFED says they can only accomplish this with massive participation. It's estimated that over 400 billion dollars worth of food (about 2% of the GDP) is wasted, and if the food waste in America was eradicated alone, it would feed our country's food insecure population three times over! That's why ReFED is working in multiple ways to educate and inform, and assist the individuals and companies who want to put their dollars towards efforts that are going to implement the most change in the quickest manner.   “When folks allocative financial resources for a macro issue like food waste, they need the guidance of an institution like ReFED to make sure that investment is going towards a noble cause.” Lori Taylor (10:16-10:30)    The first pillar of work ReFED is focused on is collecting accurate data. No one's collecting data when they're throwing the garbage out, so a lot of estimating is still required. ReFED wants to paint an accurate picture of what's going on so people know where to focus their efforts. One way they do this is through a data platform on their website that's analyzed 42 solutions and their efficiency rate. Their second pillar of work is in the investment space, where they also have a capital tracker that monitors investment on their website. There's been quite a recent explosion of innovative startups and investment directed towards food waste and ReFED wants to catalyze investment through public, philanthropic, and private dollars.   Did you know about 35% of food grown in the United States ends up in the trash? 37% of that food waste is created at the household level, with the number one product of that waste being produce, and the number two being leftovers.   Even though ReFED doesn't work to reach consumers directly, their role in connecting companies, small businesses, stakeholders, researchers, and local governments with one another has a greater impact. For example, there's over 200 companies globally who have made some sort of commitment to helping eradicate food waste, but they need ReFED's help in understanding how to reach that goal. They're also working to encourage federal agencies to create a consumer awareness campaign to spread this information further. Grocery retailers, like Kroger and their Zero Hunger Zero Waste commitment (which has already seen a 19 reduction in waste), have been doing a great job at driving forward sustainability initiatives, like educating consumers on how to use produce once it's wilted or bruised.   “There's a great opportunity to help people use their products better and that helps them use their food budget better.” Dana Gunders (16:25-16:37)   Considering the average family of four is spending $2,000 on food they aren't actually eating, implementing changes that help reduce waste should be high on everyone's list! Outside of ReFED, Dana has written her own book called The Waste Free Kitchen Handbook, which you can learn more about on Episode 79, that offers strategies, references, recipes and a directory of produce which shows you how to use food items up in a clever way when you might've just thrown them out. For example, Dana's book has a delicious berry avocado chocolate mousse recipe that uses overripe berries and avocados that are brown!    There's plenty of action for us to take across the entire food supply chain, and starting with Dana's book or learning more on ReFED's website is how you can make a major difference in your kitchen at home. Visit ReFED's website at www.refed.org and listen to Episode 79 to learn more about the actionable strategies you can start implementing today with Dana's book.%   How to get involved Join The Produce Moms Group on Facebook and continue the discussion every week!  Reach out to us - we'd love to hear more about where you are in life and business! Find out more here.    If you liked this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we'd love for you to help us spread the word!

    CFA Institute Take 15 Podcast Series
    Breaking Down the Winning Principles of Private Equity Investing

    CFA Institute Take 15 Podcast Series

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 36:36


    Private equity, once an esoteric corner of Wall Street, has reached Main Street. Private equity companies are woven into the fabric of our economy. In fact, the wealth controlled by the major private equity firms is more than $12 trillion, surpassing the GDP of some nations. That's why it's never been more important to understand this global economic engine. Sachin Khajuria, founder and chief investment officer at Achilles Management and author of the book Two and Twenty, offers a glimpse into the winning traits and principles behind private equity and explains how best players in the industry manage to stay so successful.

    Hyde or Practise
    Re-release: Bronwyn Mauldin, Director of Research and Evaluation for Los Angeles County Dept of Arts and Culture

    Hyde or Practise

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 42:46


    Always a good time to talk about artists and activism, hence the re-release with the incredible Bronwyn Mauldin! THIS WEEK! ALL CAPS! We talk with Bronwyn Mauldin, Director of Research and Evaluation for Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture, who is also an artist and activist and writer and zine maker and all around woman of our hearts and dreams! We get into the impact of covid on LA's arts community, the economy, and more! Did y'all know that the arts and culture fields make up 8% of the GDP of CA? YOU DO NOW! Want to learn more incredible things like that to impress and stun your friends and family? OF COURSE YOU DO! Tune in! BRONWYN REFS Artists for Democracy BRONWYN RECOMMENDS The Beak of the Finch by Jonathan Weiner LOCATE YOUR HOSTS UPON THE INTERNET Bronwyn Mauldin: LA County Arts, bronwynmauldin.com Alexis Hyde - @hydeordie, alexishyde.com Dr. Erika Wong; - @topractisepractice, https://topractisepractice.com/ sign up for the newsletter - click here! Slack channel: topractiseapractice.slack.com Email us: hydeorpractise@gmail.com Music by Cheap TV - @cheaptv_official, https://cheaptvmusic.com/ AFFILIATE LINKS: Money Bootcamp program - Use Code HOP25 for $25 Off -Stop stressing about money—build your financial savvy so you can live a sustainable life and get back to your work.

    Debunking Economics - the podcast
    275. Is globalisation a good thing, or a bad thing? (preview)

    Debunking Economics - the podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 10:56


    When COVID has gone and the war is over, will we return to the patterns of international trade we were enjoying just a few years ago? Steve Keen says not, which puts him in the camp of anti-globalists that FT columnist Martin Wolf wrote about recently, in an article ‘The big mistakes of the anti-globalisers'. This week Phil puts some of Martin's arguments to Steve, including the evidence that international trade has significantly boosted GDP globally and helped reduce extreme poverty. Won't a more self-sufficient approach turn back the clock on both those achievements. Listen in for why Steve thinks times have changed for good, as we focus on sustainability over efficiency. Subscribe to hear the podcast in full.

    Debunking Economics - the podcast
    275. Is globalisation a good thing, or a bad thing?

    Debunking Economics - the podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 35:20


    When COVID has gone and the war is over, will we return to the patterns of international trade we were enjoying just a few years ago? Steve Keen says not, which puts him in the camp of anti-globalists that FT columnist Martin Wolf wrote about recently, in an article ‘The big mistakes of the anti-globalisers'. This week Phil puts some of Martin's arguments to Steve, including the evidence that international trade has significantly boosted GDP globally and helped reduce extreme poverty. Won't a more self-sufficient approach turn back the clock on both those achievements. Listen in for why Steve thinks times have changed for good, as we focus on sustainability over efficiency.

    Money with Mak and G
    Episode 164: Recession is no Recess

    Money with Mak and G

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 13:29


    It's one of the scariest times we've seen for money in a long time.  Things cost more, the economy has been hot for years, and now things are taking a turn, probably not for the better.  What should we think about in these uncertain times? Links and Resources: Website: Educounting.com  Facebook: fb.com/moneywithmakng Twitter: @moneywithmakng Instagram: @moneywithmakng YouTube: Educounting

    Turning Hard Times into Good Times
    How Are Those Sanctions Working Out, Mr. Biden?

    Turning Hard Times into Good Times

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 60:00


    Robert Moriarty and Chen Lin Return. Michael Spreadborough, the Executive Co-Chairman of Novo Resources visits for the first time. On March 1, as Russia began invading the Ukraine, David Stockman said on this show, “Sanctioning Russia and taking away their ability to use the SWIFT system would be crazy as hell because it will hurt Americans as much as it hurts Russia!” While President Biden blames Putin for inflation, truth be told, thanks to his energy policies and COVID related supply chain shortages, inflation was rising rapidly even before the Ukraine war. But it wasn't Russia's invasion of the Ukraine that has caused energy prices to rise. Rather sanctions against Russia and disallowing the used of the SWIFT system for international trade in dollars and Euros that has dramatically cut the supply vital supplies to the west. Not only did those policies dramatically reduce supplies of oil and gas, thus leading to the highest consumer inflation in over 40 years, but they also forced Putin to tie the ruble to oil and gas and indirectly to gold. Since then, the ruble has been the strongest currency in the world! The post-1971 fiat Petro-dollar that enabled America to fund its empire through military force and subversive activities may be nearing an end because the laws of nature as they apply to debt/GDP ratios are driving America toward financial ruin while our adversaries run their economics in a much more responsible manner. Robert will share his thoughts on the economics of the western world. Michael will update us on the future plans of Novo Resources and Chen will share his thoughts on the economics of Asia and perhaps a couple of his exciting biotech stocks.

    Technology Untangled
    World poverty: Is technology the great leveller?

    Technology Untangled

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 33:39


    Since 1990, the global rates of extreme poverty have gone from around 40% to around 10%, and ending World Poverty entirely by 2030 is one of the UN's Key Sustainable Development Goals, announced in 2015. However, progress is slowing, and 710 million people around the world still live in extreme poverty - currently earning below $1.90 per day. So how can technology help? In this episode, we'll be meeting some of the people and organisations aiming to eradicate poverty through the use of technology.The power of connectivityOne of the most important ways in which rural economies can grow and become more efficient and productive is to get access to communications technology. Isabelle Mauro is the Head of Information, Communications & Technology (ICT) Industries at the World Economic Forum. The WEF is the world body bringing together the public and private sectors, and has been pushing for greater co-operation between the public sector and telecoms providers to work on lifting developing communities out of hunger and poverty. The results speak for themselves: Research suggests a 10% improvement in mobile connectivity can add 1.5% to a country's GDP. The challenge is to provide a financial incentive for companies and Governments to reach out to poorer areas where the business case for connection might not be so obvious.Harnessing complex skills and technology for unconnected communitiesOne of the firms leading the charge to bring rural communities into the digital age is Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Brian Tippens is their Head of sustainability, and has been working closely with WEF and partners around the world to enable remote and disconnected communities to take advantage of HPE's experience in data and connectivity - particularly in encouraging skills sharing and industrial expertise among NGOs and other bodies. At the core of their philanthropic ambitions, however, is to allow and enable local communities to help provide their own solutions to their own problems, encouraging long-term, sustainable and useful programs of change to emerge.Getting educatedOne of the ways in which communities can be enabled to develop their own long-term solutions is through education and upskilling the population to take advantage of the opportunities offered by technology. Leading that charge is the Micro:bit Educational Foundation, which provides expandable, programmable micro-computers to schools around the world, alongside locally-led educational programs and learning resources. Gareth Stockdale is the organisations CEO and tells us that the democratisation of technology through enabling local participation is key to lifting people out of poverty, providing pathways to future skilled careers, and to enabling self-sufficiency among remote or impoverished communities. Whether it's educating children or upskilling adults to make the most of opportunities in their community and work in collaboration with international organisations, there's plenty being done to help end world poverty by 2030. Will it be enough? Time will tell. But the appetite seems to be real for long-lasting change.Key takeaways: Even small improvements to digital connectivity can have a lasting impact on local and national economic growth and resilience. Most people have the potential to get connected, and doing so can drastically improve lives in remote communities. The best way to lift the world out of poverty is through public-private partnerships which enable and upskill communities to create their own solutions and take long-term advantage of new technologies. Western organisations have a responsibility not to parachute in solutions, but to work on the ground with communities to enable them to make best use of the technology on offer, through collaboration and education. Links and resources:The UN Sustainable Development GoalsThe World Economic Forum's Edison AllianceTech Impact 2030 - How HPE is driving positive change through technologyThe micro:bit Educational FoundationThe impact of digital technology usage on economic growth in Africa - from the Elsevier Public Health Emergency CollectionBrian Tippens on LinkedInIsabelle Mauro on LinkedInGareth Stockdale on LinkedIn

    Barron's Live
    Stocks to Watch: Is the Bear Market Over?

    Barron's Live

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 34:51


    Barron's senior managing editor Lauren R. Rublin and deputy editor Ben Levisohn discuss the outlook for financial markets, this week's corporate earnings, and U.S. GDP.

    waterloop
    waterloop #146: The $8 Billion Cost Of No Water

    waterloop

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    A new report finds that the 2.2 million people in America who live without running water or a toilet at home is costing the U.S. economy over $8.5 billion a year. The biggest impacts to the GDP come from lost productivity, time lost at work or school to access water, physical health impacts, water purchase costs, and mental health impacts. In this episode, George McGraw, CEO and Founder of DigDeep, discusses the report and how closing the water gap would generate $200 billion over the next 50 years. George also talks about recommendations to treat the water access gap as a crisis, refocusing federal funding, and building a domestic WASH sector.waterloop is a nonprofit media outlet. For all content visit https://www.waterloop.org waterloop is sponsored by Varuna, the tool that provides water utilities with full system awareness and offers a new resilience dashboard that identifies internal and external risks. Learn more at https://bit.ly/waterloopVaruna

    One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley
    Inflation Is Still Getting Worse! What To Do Now

    One Minute Retirement Tip with Ashley

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 5:16


    Welcome to a new week here on the Retirement Quick Tips podcast. I'm your host Ashley Micciche, co-owner of True North Retirement Advisors, an independent financial advisory practice managing $340 million in client assets. I'm a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor, and I started this podcast because I love helping people just like you gain clarity and make a plan for the retirement you envision.  The theme this week on the podcast is: Inflation Is Still Getting Worse! What To Do Now As I sit down to record this week's episodes, gas prices are still climbing to record levels, I just paid $19 at the grocery store for a normal size package of chicken breasts, and the Fed just raised interest rates by .75% - the most aggressive increase in nearly 30 years, as a desperate attempt to bring inflation down. I'm very frustrated with the Fed, Janet Yellen, and others with the power to squash inflation for being so ignorant and flat-footed. Rates should have started rising in 2021 when inflation started to pick up. They would have had a longer runway to increase rates gradually, which would have bettered the odds avoiding a recession, which now seems all but inevitable. According to a Newsweek article from June 16th, “the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta shows the economy on course for zero percent growth in the second quarter of 2022, and the trend from the data would suggest that the economy is on course for a contraction. This would put the U.S. into an official recession—defined by economists and policymakers as two consecutive quarters of falling GDP.” That's because GDP growth was already negative in the first quarter of 2022, so we are possibly already a few months into the current recession. Many of you are nodding in agreement. Never have I seen so much consensus about a coming recession among CEOs, CFOs, economists about the direction of the economy heading south, where a majority now believe a recession is unavoidable…and that was before the Fed took aggressive action this month raising rates by 75 basis points.  We still find ourselves in this high inflation environment, which we have little control over. Couple that with stock and bond markets that are in the doldrums, and a seemingly unavoidable recession ahead, and you have a recipe for serious financial stress for many Americans. So this week, I'm going to help you take control over these current circumstances that seem so hopelessly out of control. I'll share with you important steps that you can take today that will help you be resilient in this high inflation environment, and keep your financial stress to a minimum.  That's it for today. Thanks for listening! My name is Ashley Micciche...and this is the Retirement Quick Tips podcast. ---------- >>> Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2DI2LSP >>> Subscribe on Amazon Alexa: https://amzn.to/2xRKrCs >>> Visit the podcast page: https://truenorthra.com/podcast/  ---------- Tags: retirement, investing, money, finance, financial planning, retirement planning, saving money, personal finance

    EconoFact Chats
    Eswar Prasad on China's Economic Rise, and Its Current Economic Challenges

    EconoFact Chats

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 23:44


    China's economic rise -- which brought hundreds of millions of its citizens out of poverty, and drove about one quarter of global GDP growth over the past two decades, has been among the most consequential events of the past century. However, like many countries, China's economy today faces deep challenges. To discuss some of these challenges, as well as the drivers of China's growth over the past decades, EconoFact Chats welcomes back Eswar Prasad of Cornell University. Eswar is the Tolani Senior Professor of Trade Policy at Cornell University and a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution.

    TCN Talks
    Leveraging Innovation to Improve Serious Illness Care Delivery

    TCN Talks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 23:37


    In this podcast, Chris interviews Christopher Morrissette.  Christopher is the COO of Serious Illness Care and Chief Strategy Officer for Teleios Collaborative Network.  This is a great listen to understand the challenges facing our country due to the rising costs of healthcare and why palliative care and serious illness care is part of the solution.  Christopher lays out how innovation, technology, and serious illness care will play a role in a brighter future for healthcare. Our GuestChristopher MorrissetteCOO of Serious Illness Care and Chief Strategy OfficerTeleios Collaborative NetworkBioChristopher Morrissette, MBA over 20 years of extensive operational experience within Serious Illness Care including Palliative Care, hospice, homecare and long-term care. Christopher joined TCN when founded in 2017 and has supported the development of serious illness care models, payer strategy, Business Intellegence and the formation of the Clinically Integrated Network. Tools from this podcast:Some applicable stats:The year 2030 marks a demographic turning point for the United States. Beginning that year, all baby boomers will be older than 65 years of age.This will expand the size of the older population so that one in every five Americans is projected to be of retirement age.The Gross Domestic spending on healthcare was 19.7% according to 2020 data. Previously, GDP was 17% for the prior 10 years.US national healthcare expenditure reached $4.1 trillion in 2020, or $12,530 per person, and is estimated to reach $6.2 trillion by 2028, per the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.This is a growth of over 50%, apply same calculation to GDP and we could be looking at minimum ¼ of the US Economy spent on Healthcare for a mediocre product.Our HostChris ComeauxCEO / President of Teleios Collaborative Network

    THE STANDARD Podcast
    Morning Wealth ‘มาร์ก โมเบียส' ฟันธง Bitcoin ไม่พบจุดต่ำสุด จีนเตือนราคาเหลือศูนย์ 24 มิถุนายน 2565

    THE STANDARD Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 58:00


    ติดตามประเด็นร้อน มาร์ก โมเบียส นักลงทุนชื่อดังของโลก ออกมาเตือนว่า Bitcoin ยังไม่ถึงจุดต่ำสุด ขณะจีนผสมโรงย้ำ มูลค่าอาจเหลือศูนย์ ทำไมจึงเป็นเช่นนั้น นักเศรษฐศาสตร์หวั่น ‘ราคาอสังหาจีน' ดิ่งหนัก ฉุดรั้ง GDP จีนมากกว่าช่วงล็อกดาวน์ รายละเอียดเป็นอย่างไร

    BFM :: General
    Sentiment Driving Chinese Equities

    BFM :: General

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 9:47


    Economist have been cutting their GDP targets for China due to the zero covid policy whilst the property sector still remains in the doldrums. Yet the CSI 300 has appreciated by 15% from its April's lows. We ask John Lau, Portfolio Manager at Affin Hwang Asset Management about this disparity and if there are sector opportunities to keep an eye out for.

    Faces of Digital Health
    Digital Health in APAC: An Overview (Keren Priyadashini, Microsoft Asia)

    Faces of Digital Health

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 39:56


    Dr. Keren Priyadashini is Regional Business Lead of Worldwide Health for Microsoft Asia. She leads the company's healthcare business segment across 17 markets in Asia Pacific. Looking at digital health investments in the APAC region, according to Galen Growth Asia, last year China took the highest amount of funding (58.6%) for digital health, followed by India (22.3%), Australia (5.6%), Soth Korea (4.3%), and Singapore (3.8%). Healthcare expenditure differs a lot among countries: According to the World Bank, China attributed 5,3% of its GDP to healthcare, India 3%, Australia 9.91 %, Singapore 4%. How do these healthcare systems differ and does healthcare expenditure relate to investment in digitalization? More content at: www.facesofdigitalhealth.com Leave a rating or a review: www.lovethepodcast.com/facesofdigitalhealth.com

    The Lunar Society
    31 Agustin Lebron - Trading, Crypto, and Adverse Selection

    The Lunar Society

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 64:04


    Agustin Lebron began his career as a trader and researcher at Jane Street Capital, one of the largest market-making firms in the world. He currently runs the consulting firm Essilen Research, where he is dedicated to helping clients integrate modern decision-making approaches in their business.Watch on YouTubeBuy The Laws of Trading: https://www.amazon.com/Laws-Trading-Traders-Decision-Making-Everyone/dp/1119574218Follow Agustin on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AgustinLebron3Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dwarkesh_spCheck out my blog: https://www.dwarkeshpatel.com/(00:00) - Introduction(04:18) - What happens in adverse selection?(09:22) - Why is having domain expertise in trading not important?(15:09) - How do you deal when you're on the other side of the adverse selection?(21:16) - Why you should invest in training your people?(25:37) - Is finance too big at 9% of GDP?(31:06) - Trading is very labor intensive(36:16) - Overlap of rationality community and trading(48:00) - The age of startup founders(50:43) - The role of market makers in crypto(57:31) - Three books that you recommend(58:47) - Life is long, not short(1:03:01) - Short history of Lunar Society This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.dwarkeshpatel.com

    Primary Vision Network
    THE ECONOMY - Global GDP Estimates Keep Falling, The Fed's Rate Dilemma & What it Means for the Consumer?, Key Indicators Show Contraction as the Housing Market Worsens, ECB's Fragmentation Problem, Japan's Yield Curve Control Problem &

    Primary Vision Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 97:16


    /// Get The National Frac Spread Count on Friday! Primary Vision is now offering a subscription service to the Primary Vision Research Portal with both complimentary and paid tiers available. The complimentary tier will offer access to our YouTube content, program highlights and our National Frac Spread Count. The paid tiers will offer access to our commentary, insights, data, Frac Spread Count products and so much more in the coming months.Get started today: primaryvision.co

    After the Fact
    Ocean, People, Planet: Conservation Across Generations

    After the Fact

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 20:45


    Stat: $2.5 trillion—The estimated GDP of the ocean, according to a 2015 report by the World Wildlife Fund, making it the seventh-largest economy in the world. Story: In this episode, we speak with Ashlan Cousteau and Philippe Cousteau Jr., who, inspired by the legacy of Philippe's grandfather, undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau, have dedicated their careers to ocean conservation. They discuss how they're continuing that legacy through their work with EarthEcho International and educating the next generation about the vital role that the ocean plays in our planet's health and the global economy. We also hear from a member of EarthEcho's OceanEcho 30x30 fellowship, Salma Macías Torres, from Bahía de Los Ángeles, Mexico, about her efforts to engage youth to build a sustainable future for our ocean.

    CFO at Home
    85. Inflation, Recession, and your Finances (Part 1)

    CFO at Home

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 45:29


    News about inflation and a looming recession has been dominating the headlines, but what does all of this mean for us and our finances? These are the topics that we'll tackle in the next couple of episodes of CFO at Home. We'll start today by talking with Economist Eric Mason to gain a better understanding of inflation, recessions, and how things got to where they are today. Key Takeaways Inflation  A measurement of how much prices have changed relative to  some point in the past Core Inflation - how stabilized prices that ordinarily do not change over time are changing; Durable goods (washing machines, refrigerators, etc) Contributing factors People are earning more. More buying power drives up prices Deficit spending  US Treasury has to borrow a dollar for every dollar it releases into the economy Deficit spending overheats the economy Producing beyond the production frontier - When an economy produces more than what it should be producing without taking on debt Pandemic stimulus payments increased deficit spending even more  To equate to a household; if you constantly dipping into your saving or running up credit card, you're not increasing your overall financial health  America enjoys “privileged nation status” because we borrow money in our own currency because the US dollar serves as the world's currency Recession  A retraction of GDP across two or more consecutive quarters GDP is “Gross Domestic Product”, the value of the goods and services produced in the United States When the capital you have depreciates and you can't replace it There currently aren't that many traditional indicators that a recession is coming Significant numbers of jobs are still being added to the economy What can we do to prepare/manage through If you're currently budgeting, revisit your budget and look are opportunities to reduce spending in targeted areas If you're not budgeting, start!  Be discriminating in what financial information you listen to Resources https://www.forbes.com/sites/jonathanponciano/2022/06/10/dow-plunges-750-points-after-very-troubling-inflation-report-fuels-fears-of-impending-recession/?sh=5f87c1e848a0 TheInformalEconomist.com Contact the Host - vince@thecfoathome.com

    RNZ: The Detail
    Do we need to fear another recession?

    RNZ: The Detail

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 23:47


    It came as a surprise to economists, but GDP fell 0.2 percent in the March quarter - is New Zealand in for another recession? 

    Radio Sweden
    Swedish GDP growth to slow, Nobel Prize medal auction, Liberal Party school policy changes

    Radio Sweden

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 2:39


    A round-up of the main headlines in Sweden on June 21st, 2022. You can hear more reports on our homepage www.radiosweden.se, or in our app Sveriges Radio Play. Presenter: Maya NaylorProducer: Kris Boswell

    Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast
    Generations Expo Gives Seniors Personal Care

    Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 15:27


    GDP's Generations Expo allowed people to see healthcare providers face to face; Alleged gang members were indicted for murders, including two murders where the bodies were stashed in a Lawrenceville warehouse; And GGC has a new tennis coach.  #GwinnettDailyPost #Georgia #LocalNews    - -           -          -          The Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast is local news for Lawrenceville, Norcross, Duluth, and all of Gwinnett County. Register Here for your essential digital news.     This podcast was produced and published for the Gwinnett Daily Post and GwinnettDailyPost.com by BG Ad Group For advertising inquiries, please email j.southerland@bgadgroup.com For more information be sure to visit www.bgpodcastnetwork.com https://www.lawrencevillega.org/ https://www.foxtheatre.org/ https://guideinc.org/ https://www.psponline.com/ https://www.kiamallofga.com/ https://www.milb.com/gwinnett https://www.fernbankmuseum.org/ https://www.gcpsk12.org/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    TED Talks Daily (HD video)
    The actual cost of preventing climate breakdown | Yuval Noah Harari

    TED Talks Daily (HD video)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 10:22


    Nobody really knows how much it would cost to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. Yet historian Yuval Noah Harari's analysis, based on the work of scientists and economists, indicates that humanity might avert catastrophe by investing the equivalent of just two percent of global GDP into climate solutions. He makes the case that preventing ecological cataclysm will not require the major global disruptions many fear and explains that we already have the resources we need -- it's just a matter of shifting our priorities.

    TED Talks Daily (SD video)
    The actual cost of preventing climate breakdown | Yuval Noah Harari

    TED Talks Daily (SD video)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 10:22


    Nobody really knows how much it would cost to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. Yet historian Yuval Noah Harari's analysis, based on the work of scientists and economists, indicates that humanity might avert catastrophe by investing the equivalent of just two percent of global GDP into climate solutions. He makes the case that preventing ecological cataclysm will not require the major global disruptions many fear and explains that we already have the resources we need -- it's just a matter of shifting our priorities.