Discover how economics are understood as a series of tradeoffs. Our economic policies are too often convoluted with ingredients that stray from common sense. Matthew Hennessey joins Andy to discuss how you can cut through “magical thinking” and use economics to make better choices.
5:28: Why Are So Many People Intimidated By Economics?
7:33: How Have Economics Become “Over-Credentialized?”
10:17: How Is MMT An Example Of Economic “Magical Thinking?”
14:54: How Are Economics A Series Of Choices?
30:42: What Can Steve Jobs Teach Us About Economics?
38:08: What’s Wrong With The Fed Printing Money To Solve Problems?
Discover how the U.S. will fund the future. Richard Duncan joins Andy to discuss money, credit and the future of the markets.
17:46: How Has The Fed Changed Over The Last 100 Years?
21:53: How Did The Fed Become The World’s Most Powerful Economic Institution?
25:49: How Did The Money Revolution Occur?
34:18: How Did Globalization Enable The Fed To Print Massive Amounts Of Money?
38:26: How Is Our Economic System Addicted To Credit?
45:31: How Can Economic Dogma Limit Investors?
56:10: How Should The Fed Fund The Future?
1:09: How Can The Fed Control Inflation?
1:23: How Must The Fed Spend To Secure The U.S. From China?
1:38: How Can The U.S. Best Feed Its Addiction To Credit?