Best Hyperinflation podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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The current financial crisis has been a wake-up-call for Americans. We've discovered that myths, lies, ethical lapses, incompetence, corruption and greed have been rewarded and not punished. Rather than focus on what has happened I want to educate and motivate Americans on how they can restore some of the $11 trillion of wealth that has evaporated in the past two years. I believe that there's a window of opportunity to capitalize on a coming inflationary boom before the next crash. PROFIT fr ...
 
The current financial crisis has been a wake-up-call for Americans. We've discovered that myths, lies, ethical lapses, incompetence, corruption and greed have been rewarded and not punished. Rather than focus on what has happened I want to educate and motivate Americans on how they can restore some of the $11 trillion of wealth that has evaporated in the past two years. I believe that there's a window of opportunity to capitalize on a coming inflationary boom before the next crash. PROFIT fr ...
 
Hosted by David Beckworth of the Mercatus Center, Macro Musings is a podcast which pulls back the curtain on the important macroeconomic issues of the past, present, and future.
 
Tim Harford and the More or Less team try to make sense of the statistics which surround us. From BBC Radio 4
 
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The podcast where everything is true. (Except the parts that aren't.)
 
Our editors and correspondents give their authoritative take on the markets, the economy and the world of business. Published every Tuesday on Economist Radio.
 
The Preparedness Podcast focuses on preparing for disasters, emergencies and survival strategies for becoming more self-reliant. Every podcast is filled with useful information and personal experience on how you can improve your preps so you can get your family ready to survive what ever crisis might come your way.Common topics are food storage, the economy, natural and technological disasters, bug out bags and evacuation, communications, emergency supplies, water filtering and purification, ...
 
The Preparedness Podcast focuses on preparing for disasters, emergencies and survival strategies for becoming more self-reliant. Every podcast is filled with useful information and personal experience on how you can improve your preps so you can get your family ready to survive what ever crisis might come your way.Common topics are food storage, the economy, natural and technological disasters, bug out bags and evacuation, communications, emergency supplies, water filtering and purification, ...
 
The Preparedness Podcast focuses on preparing for disasters, emergencies and survival strategies for becoming more self-reliant. Every podcast is filled with useful information and personal experience on how you can improve your preps so you can get your family ready to survive what ever crisis might come your way.Common topics are food storage, the economy, natural and technological disasters, bug out bags and evacuation, communications, emergency supplies, water filtering and purification, ...
 
A weekly scripted political comedy show where host Stephen Mackey looks into issues between the US and Africa.
 
A weekly scripted political comedy show where host Stephen Mackey looks into issues between the US and Africa.
 
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Blockchain is a really heady topic. It’s abstract and requires mental gymnastics just to begin to see the bigger picture. In each episode, we’ll talk about blockchain and decentralized blockchain apps (or DApps) through the lens of some of our world's biggest problems. Brought to you by Very. Learn more at verypossible.com
 
The Coinstart Crypto Podcast brings you interviews and insights from cryptocurrency and blockchain experts, influencers and founders.The show is hosted by Coinstart founders James Stewart and Don Reddin, who live and breathe cryptocurrency every day, bringing you into their constantly evolving world of cryptocurrency investment while also revealing how blockchain technology can revolutionise the world. James and Don share their knowledge along with interviews with cryptocurrency leaders and ...
 
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We’ve reached the halfway point in Season 2 of Yes or BS, and things are just as eclectic as ever... This week, Ant and Paul decide whether there was once a Nigerian terracotta army, whether Florence Nightingale’s protégé used carbolic acid to clean Crimean War wounds, whether hyperinflation addled the brains of German accountants, and if Sir A ...…
 
America’s largest banks reported earnings this week. Bank of America’s chief executive, Brian Moynihan, tells Anne McElvoy why he is bullish about the American economy and justifies his pay package. Also, can Goldman Sachs reinvent itself in the shadow of a scandal? And, Tiger Woods’s stroke of genius—for the business of golf. Simon Long hosts…
 
It’s the last episode of Season 2 of Yes or BS, so we’re going out in style with a bumper episode revisiting some previous, er... glories?So. Is there a giant Buddha statue carved into a Chinese mountainside? Did a German performance artist try to stake a claim to 1500 square kilometres of the Moon? Was the humble teabag invented entirely by mi ...…
 
A battle is brewing in the Southern Scottish uplands between two rival villages. How can statistics help determine which village should take the crown? Wanlockhead and Leadhills both lay claim to the title of Scotland’s highest village but there can only be one winner. More or Less attempts to settle the age old dispute once and for all. Presen ...…
 
Eric Lonergan is macro hedge fund manager, and economist, and a writer. He has written for Foreign Affairs, the Financial Times, and has authored the book *Money (The Art of Living)*. More recently, Eric has also co-authored a new book called *Angrynomics*. He joins the show today to talk about how to improve policymakers’ responses to recessio ...…
 
Eric Lonergan is macro hedge fund manager, and economist, and a writer. He has written for Foreign Affairs, the Financial Times, and has authored the book *Money (The Art of Living)*. More recently, Eric has also co-authored a new book called *Angrynomics*. He joins the show today to talk about how to improve policymakers’ responses to recessio ...…
 
Our FEATURE today is the entire Program. I've tried to articulate my overview of our Country's current and future situation in 3 sectors: POLITICAL, SOCIAL & ECONOMIC. I speculate that Bernie Sanders and his "Democratic Socialism" will win the Democratic nomination for President and conceivably win the general election. It's not an absurdity. I ...…
 
Our FEATURE today is the entire Program. I've tried to articulate my overview of our Country's current and future situation in 3 sectors: POLITICAL, SOCIAL & ECONOMIC. I speculate that Bernie Sanders and his "Democratic Socialism" will win the Democratic nomination for President and conceivably win the general election. It's not an absurdity. I ...…
 
It’s all change at the European Central Bank with its president, Mario Draghi, set to depart, along with two senior board members. As debate rumbles in America around central-bank independence, can new leadership at the ECB navigate the political shoals? Also, Airbus’s new boss seeks to capitalise as Boeing flounders. And, can the exorbitant co ...…
 
In the penultimate episode of Season 2, the Yes or BS facts on offer cover everything from an ancient Tang Dynasty credit card to a mysterious 100-mile chain of cloven footprints and a political treaty the covers the weaponization of the moon. Not that we’re eclectic, of course. Finishing things off this week, did a 12-year-old Scottish schoolb ...…
 
A recent scientific review claims the weed killer glyphosate raises the risk of developing the cancer non-Hodgkin lymphoma by 41 percent. But deciding what causes cancer can be complicated and there are lots of people and organisations on different sides arguing for against this. So in this edition of More or Less, we look at the disagreements ...…
 
Yair Listokin is a professor of law at Yale Law School and is the author of a new book titled, *Law and Macroeconomics*. He joins the show today to talk about the book as well as some of his new work. David and Yair also discuss sovereign wealth funds, the legal limits of central banks, and how to expand fiscal policy while making it more effec ...…
 
Yair Listokin is a professor of law at Yale Law School and is the author of a new book titled, *Law and Macroeconomics*. He joins the show today to talk about the book as well as some of his new work. David and Yair also discuss sovereign wealth funds, the legal limits of central banks, and how to expand fiscal policy while making it more effec ...…
 
Our FEATURE today focuses on the long awaited Mueller Report, which despite being disappointing to the LEFT, exposes the media and our spy agencies "that got it so wrong for so long". Most disconcerting was John Brennan,s (Ex Director of the CIA) claim that Mr Trump's behavior was "nothing short of treasonous". Brennan also went on to say that ...…
 
Our FEATURE today focuses on the long awaited Mueller Report, which despite being disappointing to the LEFT, exposes the media and our spy agencies "that got it so wrong for so long". Most disconcerting was John Brennan,s (Ex Director of the CIA) claim that Mr Trump's behavior was "nothing short of treasonous". Brennan also went on to say that ...…
 
Purdue Pharma, a US company which makes OxyContin and is owned by members of the Sackler family, is at the eye of the opioid crisis. What next for the Sacklers and how similar is this storm to that which faced the tobacco industry in the 1990s? Also, the fading fortunes of European banks and NYC’s $100bn congestion problem. Simon Long hosts…
 
Who is the greatest chess player in history? And what does the answer have to do with a story of a chess cheating school from Texas? In this week’s More or Less, the BBC’s numbers programme, David Edmonds finds out what a statistical analysis of chess moves can teach us about this ancient board game. Presenter: David EdmondsProducer: Darin Grah ...…
 
Bryan Cutsinger is an economist affiliated with Angelo State as well as Texas Tech University and recently published an article titled *Seigniorage in the Civil War South*. He joins the show today to talk about this article, the monetary history of the Civil War, and the economics of Seigniorage. David and Bryan also discuss how both the North ...…
 
Bryan Cutsinger is an economist affiliated with Angelo State as well as Texas Tech University and recently published an article titled *Seigniorage in the Civil War South*. He joins the show today to talk about this article, the monetary history of the Civil War, and the economics of Seigniorage. David and Bryan also discuss how both the North ...…
 
Masayoshi Son reinvented investing — as he prepares to raise billions of dollars for Vision Fund 2, what are the governance questions? Chickenomics and how chicken became the rich world's most popular meat. And, our Bartleby columnist explores the role of charisma in good leadership. Rachana Shanbhogue hosts…
 
This week on Yes or BS, Ant and Paul have to decide whether a double decker bus once jumped the gap in Tower Bridge, and whether JS Bach once investigated a haunting at Weimar Cathedral. This game really does get stranger as the weeks go by...
 
Mansa Musa, the 14th century Mali king, has nothing on Jeff Bezos - read one recent news report. Musa set off on a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia in the 1300s and it’s said he left with a caravan of 60,000 people. Among them were soldiers, entertainers, merchants and slaves. A train of camels followed, each carrying gold. In recent reports, he has ...…
 
Paul Tucker is a 33-year veteran of the Bank of England where he served as both a member and deputy governor of the Monetary Policy Committee. Currently, Paul is a senior fellow at Harvard and a chair at the Systemic Risk Council. He has also recently authored a book, *Unelected Power: The Quest for Legitimacy in Central Banking and the Regulat ...…
 
Paul Tucker is a 33-year veteran of the Bank of England where he served as both a member and deputy governor of the Monetary Policy Committee. Currently, Paul is a senior fellow at Harvard and a chair at the Systemic Risk Council. He has also recently authored a book, *Unelected Power: The Quest for Legitimacy in Central Banking and the Regulat ...…
 
Our FEATURE today focuses on the global equity markets and the economy. We cite a major US economist Martin Feldstein who wrote a feature article this past weekend in the Wall St Journal titled "THE DEBT CRISIS IS COMING SOON" as well as 3 other analysts and journalists that voice a similar opinion. Dr David Eifrig of Stansberry & Associates sa ...…
 
Our FEATURE today focuses on the global equity markets and the economy. We cite a major US economist Martin Feldstein who wrote a feature article this past weekend in the Wall St Journal titled "THE DEBT CRISIS IS COMING SOON" as well as 3 other analysts and journalists that voice a similar opinion. Dr David Eifrig of Stansberry & Associates sa ...…
 
A new survey published this week shows harassment and discrimination are widespread problems in the academic field of economics. Soumaya Keynes, our US Economics Editor, speaks to those in the field and Ben Bernanke, President of the American Economic Association, about their experiences and what can be done to achieve change…
 
Did a Polish composer leave his skull to the Royal Shakespeare Company? And did a Brazilian explorer really think the Amazon river was 1/25th its actual size because he took a wrong turn at Manaus? Paul and Ant take on six more rounds of unbelievable facts, and totally believable BS, in the second episode of Yes or BS, Season 2.…
 
Does the sudden loss of an hour of sleep raise the risk of having a heart attack?
 
James Broughel is a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center and an adjunct professor of law at George Mason University Law School. James specializes in state and federal regulatory procedures, cost-benefit analysis, and economic growth. He joins the show today to talk about a recent symposium he hosted on the social discount rate; what it ...…
 
James Broughel is a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center and an adjunct professor of law at George Mason University Law School. James specializes in state and federal regulatory procedures, cost-benefit analysis, and economic growth. He joins the show today to talk about a recent symposium he hosted on the social discount rate; what it ...…
 
The FEATURE this week is taken from Porter Stansberry's book, THE AMERICAN JUBILEE IS CLOSER THAN YOU THINK which cites the Biblical reference to the forgiveness of debt every 49 years or so in order to avoid an overthrow of an existing government by an indebted population. This event is timely in America because our Federal debt and personal d ...…
 
The FEATURE this week is taken from Porter Stansberry's book, THE AMERICAN JUBILEE IS CLOSER THAN YOU THINK which cites the Biblical reference to the forgiveness of debt every 49 years or so in order to avoid an overthrow of an existing government by an indebted population. This event is timely in America because our Federal debt and personal d ...…
 
Several countries have grounded Boeing’s 737 Max after two catastrophic crashes. What are the precedents and can the business recover? Also, as China’s giant current-account surplus vanishes, could this lead to the Chinese economy opening up? And Volkswagen announces plans to cut jobs as it launches a fleet of new electric cars. Simon Long hosts…
 
We’re back! And more eclectic than ever... In this, the first episode from Season 2 of Yes or BS, Paul and Ant talk Hadrian’s Wall, ghost ships, The Blob, and whether or not CS Lewis had a narcoleptic cat.
 
Ryan Avent is an economics columnist with The Economist magazine and is a previous guest of Macro Musings. He joins the show today to talk about some of his recent columns including work on hyperinflation, the Green New Deal, and Fed policy. David and Ryan also discuss the growing popularity of Modern Monetary Theory, the Fed’s dovish change in ...…
 
Ryan Avent is an economics columnist with The Economist magazine and is a previous guest of Macro Musings. He joins the show today to talk about some of his recent columns including work on hyperinflation, the Green New Deal, and Fed policy. David and Ryan also discuss the growing popularity of Modern Monetary Theory, the Fed’s dovish change in ...…
 
Our FEATURE today is taken from Peggy Noonan's piece in the March 9th edition of the Wall St Journal titled "GET READY FOR THE STRUGGLES SESSION". Most Americans are offended by the words and actions of the far left as they attack everything that they don't agree with but haven't connected the dots. Peggy says, "In America, and even more on Twi ...…
 
Our FEATURE today is taken from Peggy Noonan's piece in the March 9th edition of the Wall St Journal titled "GET READY FOR THE STRUGGLES SESSION". Most Americans are offended by the words and actions of the far left as they attack everything that they don't agree with but haven't connected the dots. Peggy says, "In America, and even more on Twi ...…
 
Are women really less likely than men to be hired for jobs in tech just because of their sex? A study claims that sexism in the recruitment process is holding women back from entering the tech sector. But the study is not all it seems. There are much better statistics that can help explain why fewer women than men work in tech in the USA and le ...…
 
How a once white-hot tech sector in China is shedding capital, employees and bonuses and heading for a freeze. Plane stupid — a look at the private jet industry and why airlines are phasing out first class seats. Also, Jim Collins, author of the best seller ‘Good to Great’, explains the flywheel principle. Simon Long hosts…
 
Insects live all around us and if a recent scientific review is anything to go by, then they are on the path to extinction. The analysis found that more than 40 percent of insect species are decreasing and that a decline rate of 2.5 percent a year suggests they could disappear in one hundred years. And as some headlines in February warned of th ...…
 
Michael Strain is the director of economic policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute. Previously, Michael worked in the Center for Economic Studies at the U.S. Census Bureau and in the Macroeconomics Research Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He joins the show today to talk about recent developments in U.S. economic polic ...…
 
Michael Strain is the director of economic policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute. Previously, Michael worked in the Center for Economic Studies at the U.S. Census Bureau and in the Macroeconomics Research Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He joins the show today to talk about recent developments in U.S. economic polic ...…
 
Our FEATURE today focuses on a 5 page report in the Wall St Journal that spells out in great and informative detail the current status of jobs in America. Unknown to most, the US economy has added additional jobs for 100 consecutive months or a total of 3,045 days! Unemployment is the lowest in 49 years. Surprisingly, the largest gains in emplo ...…
 
Our FEATURE today focuses on a 5 page report in the Wall St Journal that spells out in great and informative detail the current status of jobs in America. Unknown to most, the US economy has added additional jobs for 100 consecutive months or a total of 3,045 days! Unemployment is the lowest in 49 years. Surprisingly, the largest gains in emplo ...…
 
Could Kraft Heinz’s troubles signal the limits of cost-cutting and the strategies of 3G Capital? Germany’s Deutsche Bank is struggling, but merging might not be the right answer. Sallie Krawcheck, a titan of Wall Street, who once thought social impact investing was for “granola eaters”, now tells us companies should be less dominated by white m ...…
 
George Selgin is the director of the Cato Institute’s Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives, professor emeritus of economics at the University of Georgia, and a returning guest to show. For this special live episode, George joins Macro Musings to talk about his new book, *Floored: How a Misguided Fed Experiment Deepened and Prolonged t ...…
 
George Selgin is the director of the Cato Institute’s Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives, professor emeritus of economics at the University of Georgia, and a returning guest to show. For this special live episode, George joins Macro Musings to talk about his new book, *Floored: How a Misguided Fed Experiment Deepened and Prolonged t ...…
 
Our FEATURE today injects a bit of humor into a topic that looms large given recent weather events that are such an anomaly that they offer a rebuttal to the Global Warming alarmists. We've discussed with you the fact that magnetic north has dramatically changed its' position 34 miles in the past year and over 1400 miles since 1851 and now is l ...…
 
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