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The Awesome IEA Podcast, brought to you by the Illinois Education Association. The podcast for curious well-informed association members. The goal of this podcast is to educate our members about important new educational policy initiatives in a brief and hopefully entertaining format. Join Kelsey Harms and Diana Zaleski as we explore a different topic each episode!
 
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In this lagniappe episode, we switch roles for the first time, with Chris as the guest and Utility Dive reporter Robert Walton as our guest host. Chris summarizes some of the insights he has gained from the past five years of research and writing about electric vehicles and vehicle-grid integration, including the various methods and speeds of charg…
 
Debanking Hurts Everyone https://www.barrons.com/articles/debanking-hurts-everyone-51610145010 Saudi cut to boost oil market de-stocking, even as demand falters https://www.reuters.com/article/us-global-oil-inventories-graphic/saudi-cut-to-boost-oil-market-de-stocking-even-as-demand-falters-idUSKBN29F06D Major OPEC Producers, Cued by Saudis, Raise …
 
China is both the greatest threat to the global climate, and, very possibly, our greatest hope for energy transition. It consumes more coal and produces more CO2 than any other nation on earth. It also has more installed capacity for wind and solar than any other nation, and the largest long-distance, high-voltage electricity transmission grid. It …
 
OPEC news: OPEC+ is still undecided as to whether it will increase production Role of additional lockdowns being announced during break between OPEC meetings Also role of Qatar—Saudi end of airspace blockade South Korean-flagged tanker seized by Iran, media reports https://www.reuters.com/article/iran-tanker/update-1-south-korean-flagged-tanker-sei…
 
Brent and Leon discuss the new rules out of the SEC that will make IPO's available to retail investors. Are you trying to figure how to acquire Initial Public Offerings (IPOs)? Here's your chance to learn about a new rule which allows you to buy IPO Stocks. Let us know if this was helpful! Check out our digital resources for more IEA information an…
 
How concerned should we be about the Covid debt mountain? To what degree can we rely on OBR forecasts? And are tax hikes inevitable as we emerge from this crisis? IEA Director General Mark Littlewood speaks to IEA Senior Academic Fellow Professor Philip Booth and Economics Fellow Julian Jessop about the state of the public finances. You can read Ju…
 
Oil rises to touch $52 after Trump signs aid bill https://www.reuters.com/article/us-global-oil/oil-firms-after-trump-signs-aid-bill-demand-concerns-linger-idUSKBN2920FZ?il=0 - Demand in the US isn’t good but oil stay just under $52 with vaccine news. - But will increased vaccination actually lead to increased economic activity? - Market is forward…
 
It's the final Live with Littlewood of 2020 – we look back at the major events of this remarkable and unique year. Host IEA Director General Mark Littlewood explores the highlights – and lowlights – of the last 12 months as he's joined by a galaxy of guests across our 3 hour bumper special. The panel sort the grinches from the galacticos, the 12 da…
 
Brent and Leon discuss, as reported by Reuters, if Apple is developing an electric vehicle and what effect this may have on Tesla's stock. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our…
 
What will the Biden-Harris administration mean for America’s energy transition, its relationship with the rest of the world, and for global action on climate? Beyond everybody’s policy wish lists, what’s actually likely to happen, and what do this administration’s top priorities need to be to put the U.S. back on track with climate action? In this …
 
Crude oil futures plummet on concerns over new coronavirus strain https://www.spglobal.com/platts/en/market-insights/latest-news/oil/122120-crude-oil-futures-plummet-on-concerns-over-new-coronavirus-strain Oil tumbles as new virus strain revives demand worries https://www.reuters.com/article/global-oil-int/oil-tumbles-as-new-virus-strain-revives-de…
 
The IEA Book Club was delighted to host British Broadcaster, Political Commentator and Author, Iain Dale, to discuss his latest book “The Prime Ministers: 55 Leaders, 55 Authors, 300 Years of History”. It has almost been 300 years since Sir Robert Walpole arguably became the first holder of the office of Prime Minister in 1721 – an office which tod…
 
Brent & Leon discuss this relatively new phenomena in the stock market, SPAC's, and how you can benefit from them. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our active Facebook group h…
 
The NHS is facing an impending staffing crisis owing to a shortage of doctors.This situation would be problematic enough under normal circumstances, but when considering the gargantuan backlog of patients awaiting treatment, plus the heightened demand caused by the pandemic, it could be disastrous.Mark Tovey, the recent author of an IEA report on t…
 
Planet FWD debuts carbon-neutral snacks https://www.axios.com/planet-fwd-carbon-neutral-snacks-f4c6ef3a-c5fe-45d5-925f-055a6b221d62.html - fully carbon neutral manufacturing process - Ellen is making “low-carbon” crackers and she would like to pursue seed funding for her venture. PS: low-carbohydrate versions coming soon. OPEC cuts forecast for 202…
 
In this episode, Emily Carver, Head of Media at the Institute of Economic Affairs speaks to Alex Edmans, Professor of Finance at London Business School and Academic Director of the Centre for Corporate Governance, to discuss his book ‘Grow the Pie: How Great Companies Deliver Both Purpose and Profit’. Should businesses be concerned with their respo…
 
The Institute of Economic Affairs is delighted to host Sir Graham Brady MP for the first in our In Conversation series with senior figures across public life. On Monday 30th November, IEA Director-General Mark Littlewood chaired a discussion with Sir Graham, who has served as the Conservative MP for Altrincham and Sale West since 1997, and as the C…
 
Brent & Leon discuss this record year for IPOs, their returns and the major names on deck to IPO before years end. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our active Facebook group h…
 
As the energy transition proceeds and the world takes more aggressive steps to curb global warming, analysts from many disciplines are questioning how economic growth can be maintained, or if there are limits to growth—a concept first raised in the 1970s—that will also limit the progression of energy transition. Will we run into fundamental limits …
 
Opec+ ministers to next meet on 4 January https://www.argusmedia.com/en/news/2166600-opec-ministers-to-next-meet-on-4-january - OPEC+ deal to increase production by 500,000 bpd Could there have been some pressure from China on UAE and Russia to increase production because China wants to buy more? - Will meeting more regularly have more or less impa…
 
Brent & Leon discuss the so-called Santa Claus rally and if it's a real market phenomena or not. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our active Facebook group https://www.faceboo…
 
Sunday was the busiest day for US air travel since the pandemic began https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/thanksgiving-travel-volume-2020-pandemic/index.html - TSA screened 1.17 million people on Sunday after Thanksgiving 2020 - TSA screened 2.8 million people on Sunday after Thanksgiving 2019 - What about gasoline? Probably not as many people trave…
 
Climate change poses a host of risks to the global economy. From ‘natural’ disasters causing property damage, to climate mitigation measures rendering fossil fuel assets unburnable, to potential impacts of climate change on agricultural production, energy, food, insurance, real estate, and other sectors, it’s clear that private sector companies and…
 
On our latest podcast, Brent & Leon discuss how ETFs can reduce portfolio risk and add diversification. Please subscribe and check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our active Facebo…
 
https://shor.by/WarRoom14DayFreeTrial Oil prices rise on back of COVID vaccine news https://www.reuters.com/article/us-global-oil/oil-prices-rise-on-back-of-covid-vaccine-news-idUSKBN283021?il=0 - WTI is up to $43 and Brent $45 on vaccine news - demand still down, travel low, is the market actually looking at the numbers year-on-year or compared to…
 
Brent and Leon discuss Tesla's addition to the S&P 500 and what it means for the stock. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our active Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/gro…
 
Brent & Leon discuss a real-life example from Leon's portfolio where one of his stocks dropped 80% in one month. Leon shows how he managed this position through the crazy volatility to where the postilion is now close to break even. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform htt…
 
Sunday 11th October 2020 marked the 15th anniversary of the death of Arthur Seldon, economist and polemicist and co-founder of the Institute of Economic Affairs. To commemorate the anniversary, IEA Editorial and Research Fellow Professor Len Shackleton hosted an In Conversation event with Arthur’s son, Sir Anthony Seldon, to reflect on his contribu…
 
In this episode, Mark Littlewood, Director General of the Institute of Economic Affairs, speaks to the Hon Tony Abbott, former Prime Minister of Australia and adviser to the UK Board of Trade, about the future of UK and global free trade. The conversation centres around the newly created UK Board of Trade and its role in delivering economic growth …
 
A new book from Dr Eamonn Butler explores and examines how entrepreneurship drives economic progress and how governments can create the optimal conditions for entrepreneurs to thrive. What part does entrepreneurship play in boosting innovation, progress, productivity and growth – and why is this overlooked in economics textbooks? Do we underestimat…
 
https://shor.by/WarRoom14DayFreeTrial China economy continues strong growth trajectory in October, but imbalances remain https://www.scmp.com/economy/china-economy/article/3109967/china-economy-continues-strong-growth-trajectory-october - Retail sales continued to lag industrial output, with consumers remaining cautious in their spending in the wor…
 
Battery storage in the US has grown ten-fold in just five years, and its growth is only accelerating. Just a single utility procurement announced in May of this year was for four times as much utility battery capacity as existed in the entire US five years ago. But battery storage isn’t just getting bigger. It’s also stretching well beyond utility-…
 
Socialism remains a hugely popular idea among Western Millennials, but mention a specific example of socialism in the presence of a believer and you can be sure of a lot of wailing and gnashing of teeth. “That’s not real socialism”, they cry. So what is it like to live under socialism and have Western hipsters tell you your experiences are wrong, o…
 
https://shor.by/WarRoom14DayFreeTrial Numbers Rule Your World: The Hidden Influence of Probabilities and Statistics on Everything You Do - https://amzn.to/3eNf3sP Novak in charge of Moscow's OPEC ties despite promotion https://www.reuters.com/article/oil-russia-novak/novak-in-charge-of-moscows-opec-ties-despite-promotion-sources-idUSL8N2HV2RL - Vla…
 
We are excited to share this information about the upcoming November meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the International Enneagram Association. While we miss the personal fellowship we are excited to be able to come together via Zoom. Registration is open to everyone! If you are a member of the Georgia Chapter there is no registration fee and if yo…
 
Brent and Leon discuss what is happening to the US stock market despite the uncertainty with the US Presidential Election 2020. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our active Fac…
 
One our recent podcast, Brent and Leon discuss the number of years and rates of returns need to make $1 million. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our active Facebook group htt…
 
Libya up to 800,000 bpd heading to 1.2 million bpd by 2021 New energy vehicles to make up 20% of China's new car sales by 2025 https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-autos-electric/china-expects-sales-of-nev-to-make-up-20-of-total-new-sales-by-2025-idINKBN27I0W9 - mandate/quota system not a forecast - Tesla is facing demand problem in China - How…
 
A decade ago, it was very conventional for asset managers to have exposure to the oil and gas sector as part of a diversified portfolio. Calls for them to divest from carbon assets because climate policy could render fossil fuel reserves unburnable mostly fell on deaf ears. But now the oil & gas sector has turned in a decade of underperformance, va…
 
Oil drops on rising virus cases, increasing Libyan output https://www.reuters.com/article/global-oil/oil-drops-on-rising-virus-cases-increasing-libyan-output-idUSKBN27B03E - many people think more lockdowns are coming and that will mean more demand destruction - Midwest is ghost town - no one is going out and about - are masks hindering economic ac…
 
Brent and Leon discuss and show the data which supports why time in the market is more profitable than trying to time the market. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our active F…
 
Link to Shale Round Table https://youtu.be/JubBfpWYUMs With Fewer Covid-19 Restrictions, South’s Economy Outperforms Nation https://www.wsj.com/articles/with-fewer-covid-restrictions-souths-economy-outperforms-nation-11602927000 - But were they really measuring the south in terms of the economy? - College football open in the south OPEC+ Faces Grow…
 
Brent and Leon discussed why IPO’s are bad investments. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join our active Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/InvestingEducationAcademy Fo…
 
Brent and Leon discussed stock market returns during election years. We looked at the performance of the stock market during previous elections, and what is happening currently in the stock market, and if the Trump/Biden Election has an effect on all the changes surrounding the market. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and kn…
 
How did the solar industry grow up so quickly over the past 15 years, and what does its future look like? In this episode, we talk with the founder of the solar team at Bloomberg New Energy Finance, who’s had a front-row seat to the industry’s development, about the many booms and busts it has seen over the past 15 years, and about what we should e…
 
US shale roundtable - https://gumroad.com/l/kFXTF US-China roundtable - https://gumroad.com/l/zzpMP 20% off yearly War Room Newsletter - https://warroommedia.substack.com/20percentoff Oil prices fall as supply concerns ease https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-global-oil/oil-prices-fall-as-supply-concerns-ease-idUKKBN26X02D - Norwegian workers strike …
 
Brent and Leon discuss how checking accounts, savings accounts, CD, etc. are costing you money everyday and have been for the past 40 years. Check out our digital resources for more IEA information and knowledge! Links below. Join our membership platform https://www.ieamembers.com Listen to our podcast while on the go https://ieapodcast.com/ Join o…
 
https://shor.by/WarRoom14DayFreeTrial Oil rebounds on Trump health update, Norway shutdowns https://www.cnbc.com/2020/10/05/oil-markets-donald-trump-coronavirus.html - probably related more to stability/instability than Trump being diagnosed with a virus that the vast, vast majority of people survive - Oil is mirroring the stock market - Libya and …
 
At the start of the pandemic, various commentators argued, or at least floated this idea, that the threat of a deadly virus would put the culture wars and ‘woke politics’ on ice. The public faced with a real crisis, wouldn’t indulge in such matters. But, as we very soon found out, this has not been the case. With the rise of identity politics, Blac…
 
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