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The Financial System Is Broken (w/ Jeff Snider)

JEFF SNIDER: My name is Jeff Snider. I work for Alhambra Investments. I’m the head of global research there. It’s a registered investment advisor based out of Florida. What I do is, as the head of global research, is I focus in on the monetary mechanics, the plumbing, so to speak, behind what actually goes…

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🔴 How Will Bitcoin & Crypto Shift The Financial System? | Recession Watch

DAN TAPIERO: Bitcoin was down 85% from the high and as an old time macro guy, you’re looking to buy things that have gone down 85%, 90% after a blow-off. That’s what it is. I think it’s a security truth machine. Okay, well, Amazon, that’s worth a trillion dollars itself stuff on the internet. But…

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Hawaii’s WWII Specially Printed War Money

Hey Now! Hello again and welcome to another episode of the really show. I’m your host Arron Ross. Today’s show, Hawaii had its own currency Hey, if you like our show we would really love it if you would subscribe. December 7, 1941 a day they will live in infamy Pearl Harbor bombed by the…

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Why the Trends of Income Inequality & Redistribution of Wealth Could Reverse (w/ Trevor Noren)

TREVOR NOREN: My name is Trevor Noren. I’m the Managing Director at 13D Global Research and Strategy. I cover disruptive innovation and contribute weekly to our flagship publication, What I Learned this Week. Yeah, at 13D, our focus is not just providing our clients with actionable investment advice, but also providing the predictive frameworks that…

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The Fishy Reason this Ancient Roman City was so Wealthy

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20 Surprising Facts About: Money

There are 168 different currencies in the world and billions of dollars worth on new banknotes are printed every day across the world. Here’s some of the most amazing facts about money. 1. Before coins were invented in 1500 BC, people used to trade in all kinds of strange commodities, such as gold, rice, fish,…

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Why is US Paper Money Green?

greenback Early Printing of U.S. Paper Currency In Article I of the U.S. Constitution, ratified on June 21, 1788, Congress was granted the power to “coin money” and “regulate” its value, but not to issue paper money. The result of the near complete devaluation of the paper money printed to fund the Revolution (bills called…

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How the Wealthy of Pompeii Protected Their Valuables

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🔴 Can Central Banks Save the Economy from Global Financial Crisis? | Recession Watch

Kristof great to have you back on real vision. Good morning. Gorgeous. We’re here to talk about recession week but what I really wanted to sort of chat to you about was Rails been talking about that kind of a thesis a big thesis of which one of the key elements in that is going…

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Why Investing in Gold Is So Critical & the Future of Money (w/ Grant Williams and Josh Crumb)

Grant Williams: All right. Josh Crumb, co-founder and chief strategy officer of Goldmoney. Welcome back. Josh Crumb: Thank you. Good to be back. You and I keep bumping into each other in strange places. Yeah. It was Toronto last time. And then we bumped into each other in Hong Kong a couple of months ago,…

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