Rage Against the Economic Machine: The Best of the Breakdown July 2020

A recap show on wealth inequality, stock markets and taking it back featuring Jill Carlson, Michael Krieger, Daniel Lacalle, George Gammon and more.

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A recap show on wealth inequality, stock markets and taking it back featuring Jill Carlson, Michael Krieger, Daniel Lacalle, George Gammon and more.

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This episode is sponsored by Crypto.comBitstamp and Nexo.io.

Today on the Brief:

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  • A changing of the guard for crypto hedge funds

Our main discussion: recapping the best interviews of July 2020

Despite a huge variety of perspectives and experiences, one theme shown through in Breakdown conversations in July: the disparity between the stock market and the real economy and a growing unwillingness of people to accept their place in the order. 

This show features clips from:

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