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Real VisionMarch 31, 2020
Gold, Bitcoin, and the Death of Risk Parity
If central banks continue to prop up asset markets, will they inevitably debase their currency? And if so – how can investors protect their portfolios? Dan Tapiero, founder of DTAP Capital and co-founder of Gold Bullion International, joins Raoul Pal, CEO and co-founder of Real Vision, to explore these questions and more. Tapiero argues that the Federal Reserve will likely do whatever it takes to re-inflate asset prices by printing trillions more dollars – which he and Raoul agree can only be good for gold. Raoul and Dan discuss bitcoin as an unprecedented call option on the future, full of asymmetric upside, and discuss the proper allocation of gold and bitcoin at this unprecedented phase of central bank dovishness. In addition, Tapiero shares why he believes physical gold and mining stocks are superior to gold ETFs, which he calls “paper gold.”
Real VisionMarch 30, 2020
COMING SOON: Daily Briefing - March 30, 2020
PLEASE NOTE THAT FROM 4 P.M. TO 6 P.M. YOU WILL SEE A 20 MINUTE VIDEO IN THE PLACE OF THAT DAY’S EPISODE. THIS CLIP SERVES AS A PLACEHOLDER FOR THE DAY’S VIDEO — SO THAT THE MINUTE THE ACTUAL EPISODE IS READY TO AIR, WE CAN SWAP THE PLACEHOLDER OUT AND GET THE DAILY BRIEFING TO YOU AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. With markets and headlines moving faster than ever, we are now bringing all Real Vision members a new ultra-timely show to help you keep up with the dynamic news cycle. Real Vision’s Daily Briefing will be filmed Monday through Friday after the US market closes at approximately 4:15 p.m. ET and released that same day, with the goal of having the show out before 6:00 p.m. ET. The show will always feature a host from Real Vision and a guest, sometimes a member of the editorial staff, and sometimes a contributor from outside of Real Vision. You can expect the show to be approximately 15-20 minutes in length, to cover the important developments from the day, and to tie these recent events back into the durable themes and long-form pieces that are core to Real Vision’s coverage and analysis.
Real VisionMarch 30, 2020
Daily Briefing - March 30, 2020
Real Vision’s Max Wiethe and Ed Harrison connect to discuss the eerie calm in the market as we pass through the eye of the coronavirus storm. Many are in a wait-and-see pattern, but with Yum Brands successfully issuing the first junk bonds since March 4th, it seems as though some market participants are in full risk-on mode. As well, the duo examine the commercial lending market from an anecdotal perspective and areas of the economy like commercial real estate that could leave breadcrumbs for what to expect when the eye of the storm finally passes over.

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