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Post-Modern Monetary Theory
Why we’ve been living in a monetary experiment.
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The Transformation of Money
Summaries of two major conversations around the history and future of money.
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Lyn Alden on Bitcoin, El Salvador and the Unprecedented Macro Moment
An end-of-year analysis from one of economics’ most interesting thinkers.
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Lyn Alden on Bitcoin, Inflation and the Potential Coming Energy Shock
One of the top minds in macro explores the key debates shaping the economic landscape.
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Lyn Alden on Why the Dollar System No Longer Serves the US or the World
At the end of an 80-year global debt supercycle, who benefits from having the U.S. dollar as the world’s reserve currency?
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Lyn Alden on Money Printing, Bitcoin and the End of an 80-Year Debt Cycle
One of the sharpest analysts in macroeconomics looks at how monetary and fiscal policy are likely to change in the coming years.
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Is Bitcoin More Correlated to Stocks or Gold?
According to analyst Lyn Alden, bitcoin's correlation to stocks or gold depends on bitcoin’s own cycle.
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Lyn Alden’s Latest: Why Currency Devaluation Is Inevitable
This week’s “Long Reads Sunday” reading is from macro analyst Lyn Alden and focuses on the inflation vs. deflation debate in historical context.
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Why a Strong Dollar Is Bad for the US and Bad for the World, Feat. Lyn Alden
Despite the specter of inflation from money printing, the dollar has gained strength. Here’s why that’s a problem - for everyone.
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