Tag Archive for: Fed

Ep 50 – Brent Johnson: Has the Dollar Milkshake Spilled or Just Begun?

Ep 50 - Brent Johnson: Has the Dollar Milkshake Spilled or Just Begun?

Is the dollar heading to new heights or new lows? Brent Johnson of Santiago Capital joins the Gold Exchange Podcast LIVE in New Orleans! Listen to Brent discuss the historic rise of the DXY, the effects on (d)emerging markets, and how he sees a currency and sovereign debt crisis playing out. Will Powell be able […]

Ep 49 – Larry Lepard: Fighting the Broken Monetary System

Ep 49 - Lawrence Lepard: Fighting the Broken Monetary System

Fix the money, fix the world! Larry Lepard, Managing Partner at Equity Management Associates and vocal sound money advocate, joins the Gold Exchange Podcast LIVE in New Orleans! Listen to Ben and Larry discuss the Fed’s doom loop, the dollar parabola problem, and what investors might consider as their monetary escape hatch. Connect with Larry […]

Ep 48 – Peter Boockvar: What Will Cause the Fed to Pivot?

Peter Boockvar

Chief Investment Officer of Bleakley Financial Group Peter Boockvar joins the Gold Exchange Podcast LIVE at the 2022 New Orleans Investment Conference to discuss market dynamics, a potential Fed pivot, unemployment numbers and more! Read Peter’s Boock Report and connect with him on Twitter Connect with Keith Weiner and Monetary Metals on Twitter: @RealKeithWeiner @Monetary_Metals […]

Ep 40 – Dan Oliver Jr: Markets Will Force the Fed to Balance

Dan Oliver Jr.

Dan Oliver of Myrmikan Capital joins Keith and Dickson on the Gold Exchange Podcast to talk about the history of credit bubbles, the inevitability of central bank failings, and what history can tell us about the Fed’s current trajectory. Connect with Dan on Twitter: @Myrmikan and at Myrmikan.com Connect with Keith Weiner and Monetary Metals […]

Rising Rates Falling Assets, Report 30 Dec 2018

Last week, we wrote about the concept of discounting. This is how to assess the value of any asset that generates cash flow. You calculate a present value by discounting earnings for each future year. And the discount rate is the market interest rate. We said: “If the Fed can manipulate the rate of interest, […]

Wealth-Destroying Zombies

Wealth Destroying Zombie Firms

The hot topic in monetary economics today (hah, if it’s not an oxymoron to say these terms together!) is whither interest rates. The Fed in its recent statement said the risk is balanced (the debunked notion of a tradeoff between unemployment and rising consumer prices should have been tossed on the ash heap of history […]