Navigating 2020's Monetary Disorder

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Real VisionJanuary 01, 2020
Jim Grant kicks off 2020 with a look forward to the coming year. Usually, Grant asks the questions, but today he provides his answers to questions around the 2020 presidential election and the force of gravity that extreme monetary policy has on financial markets. Grant addresses the problems facing Uber and WeWork, provides commentary on his disagreement with the Fed's understanding of money and markets, and explains whether the Fed will be able to normalize rates. Filmed on November 6, 2019 in New York.
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