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Analyst and trader Callum Newman interviews the best names in financial markets for their latest investment ideas and the trends they see forming that affect your wealth.
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Oct 1, 2017

 

A note from Callum:

I admire both of Tom Miller’s books. He’s one of the few people I trust to tell me what’s happening over in China.

His first book, China’s Urban Billion, was published in 2012.

I give him a lot of credit for this, because he defused a lot of the hysteria surrounding China’s ‘ghost cities’ at the time.

His latest book is just as good, and very important if you’re interested in geopolitics like me. It’s called China’s Asian Dream: Empire Building Along the New Silk Road.

It’s a look at China’s ongoing rise to power, and the complicated relationships it has with its neighbours — and the US.

There was a lot to talk about!

By the way, Tom is also a senior Asian analyst with prestigious research house Gavekal. It costs a small fortune to subscribe to their stuff, so we’re really lucky to hear him speak.

We discussed…

  • China’s economy and the potential for a slowdown
  • The sectors Tom would avoid when it comes to Chinese shares
  • China’s strategy with its ‘One Belt, One Road’ infrastructure rollout
  • The potential for Chinese President Xi Jinping to grasp further political power at the upcoming Party Congress
  • Plus more!
Mar 22, 2017

Monetary reformer Joe Bongiovanni joins Callum on the podcast to discuss...


Why the US is a key country in monetary history…

How the US colonies achieved great prosperity…

The reason Napoleon said money has no motherland...

The secret bank maneuverers behind the US civil war...

How banks create credit...

How Abraham Lincoln funded his war effort…

A possible explanation for Lincoln’s assassination...

Why a US dollar today is not a real ‘greenback’...

Why 1860’s America is still important today...

Plus more!

 

 

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