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The Knock-On Effect #8 - Stock Rally to Spur Foot Picking?

Published On: Jul 12, 2018

Why will higher stock prices lead more American to pick feet? Alex and Justine discuss, also touching on income inequality, one very fancy Manhattan store, and the marital habits of reptile owners. Plus, Justine explains why companies seems to be so afraid of the number “4.”

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Real Vision Rewind #1 – Godfather of Central Banking

Published On: Jul 5, 2018

How did the modern age of central banking begin? In this story previously heard in a 2017 episode of “Adventures in Finance,” Grant Williams, Aaron Chan and Ben Hunt look at the fascinating history of the man some consider the godfather of central banking, John Law. Then Alex and Justine draw some present-day conclusions.

The Knock-On Effect #7 - Rising dollar to unleash unusual ice cream flavors?

Published On: Jun 28, 2018

Why will a rising dollar lead to a proliferation of ice cream flavors that go far beyond vanilla? Justine and Alex discuss, touching on thieves in Madagascar, beaver glands, whisky maturation and the globalized food production process.

The Knock-On Effect #6 - Fed Hikes to Quash Lottery Ticket Sales?

Published On: Jun 21, 2018

Why will a higher fed funds rates lead to a decline in the number of Americans who play the lottery? Alex and Justine discuss, along the way touching on the future of transportation, moving to L.A., the wisdom of playing the lottery, and Justine’s favorite writer.

The Knock-On Effect #5 - Demographics and Doorways

Published On: Jun 14, 2018

Why will changing Chinese demographics lead to an increase of plastic strips in doorways? Justine and Alex discuss - and in so doing, also touch on Ikea trips, online dating, modern food production, and President Bush’s congratulatory message to President Obama. Then Alex explains how a horse racing term could apply to what’s ahead for stocks.