Many Bitcoiners have seen or shared around the images that show Labour Compensation (wages and other benefits) diverging from Labour Productivity since 1971, particularly from sites such as wtfhappenedin1971.com. Rejoining me today is Gene Epstein to break down why this chart is flawed! We also talk about broader issues around CPI, whether inflation is over or undercounted, and cost of living pressures that so many people are facing today. The conclusions will surprise you!
Will Cole from Zaprite discusses several topics related to the adoption of their platform by merchants. These include improved custody, how Zaprite works, accounting and integration, and how adoption will be driven this time. Additionally, they touch on the concept of a circular economy.
Jonathan Newman, Associate Professor of Economics and Mises Fellow joins me to chat: Links: Sponsors: Stephan Livera links: Podcast Transcripts: […]
Steven Lubka, Managing Director of Swan Private joins me on the show to chat: How to think about inflation Scenarios […]
Ansel Lindner Bitcoin podcaster and writer of BitcoinAndMarkets.com joins me on the show to talk about his framework for assessing: […]
Allen Farrington (author and professional investor) joins me on the show to talk about Austrian economics, Capital & DeFi Yield: […]
John Tamny of FreedomWorks and Editor at Real Clear Markets joins me on the show to chat about his alternative […]
Saifedean Ammous, author of the Bitcoin Standard and the upcoming book, The Fiat standard rejoins me on the show for […]
Why did MicroStrategy buy $425 million of Bitcoin and adopt it as Primary Treasury Reserve Asset? How did the team […]
Preston Pysh, co founder of The Investor’s Podcast network rejoins me to talk about Bitcoin, inflation, bonds, and investing in […]