American Monetary Association

Jason and Mark Moss delve into the media landscape’s sensationalism and fear-mongering, particularly in financial spaces. Moss criticizes analysts like Harry Dent, noting their linear thinking and failure to account for the changing dynamics post-2008 crisis. Moss predicts continued government intervention to prop up markets, leading to prolonged debt expansion and diminishing returns. Despite concerns over inflation, Moss argues elites benefit from inflationary policies, making it a preferable choice over deflationary collapse. Moss’s insights underscore a nuanced view of economic dynamics and media narratives, emphasizing systemic complexities.

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Key Takeaways:

0:00 Is the sky falling?

14:53 The law of diminishing returns

18:52 Crashing down and up

20:24 Maniacal focus on the yield curve

26:16 Nothing moves in a straight line

27:30 Kicking the can down the road by year 2035

29:58 Choose where you want your focus to be

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