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George Gammon: The Solution Is Producing More Stuff, Not Creating More Money
George and I talk the crypto crash, Covid lockdowns in China & whether the Fed can actually complete a "soft landing".
Last week I had the immense pleasure of interviewing my good buddy George Gammon from Rebel Capitalist.
George is one of my favorite economic commentators and has been a friend of mine, and my podcast, for years. I often describe his podcast as similar to mine, just more well thought out, more educational and more useful with less dick and fart jokes.
Here’s George doing something baller in some foreign city I’m sure I’ve never been to:
Anyways, on our podcast, we talked about:
The fallacy of believing that asset prices are always going to go up
The state of crypto and the people/claims involved in the industry
China and the global supply chain - is there a chance China is locking down again on purpose?
Why George is using a “wait until there’s panic” strategy for one particular asset class
The state of labor and empty store shelves in the U.S. - when could this catalyze a permanent hyperinflationary psychological shift?
The conflict between Russia and Ukraine and what future wars will look like
The government’s war against “disinformation” and how Davos types have so much influence over politicians
At what point will the masses stand up to the global elite?
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