Monetary Policy Is Finished and Macro Debates Are Boring, Feat. Raoul Pal

A wide-ranging conversation about the state of macro, why central banks can’t really do anything and why private markets are leading the future of money.

AccessTimeIconSep 17, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 14, 2021 at 9:57 a.m. UTC

A wide-ranging conversation about the state of macro, why central banks can’t really do anything and why private markets are leading the future of money.

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

Raoul Pal is CEO and co-founder of Real Vision, a platform fundamentally disrupting macroeconomics and financial media. 

In this wide-ranging conversation, he and NLW discuss: 

  • Hot takes on the most recent Jerome Powell/Federal Reserve press conference
  • Why central banks can’t do anything more until they merge with treasury departments 
  • Why stablecoins are disrupting how we think about global reserve assets 
  • Why traditional financial media missed an entire generation of investors
  • Why all macro debates are boring

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