The Economy of The Future

Published on
February 18th, 2020
Duration
4 minutes


The Economy of The Future

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Featuring Raoul Pal

Published on: February 18th, 2020 • Duration: 4 minutes

Raoul Pal, CEO of Real Vision, introduces the next step in Real Vision's retirement journey: investments that offer investors (and future retirees) the opportunity to build their nest egg by generating tremendous returns. To that end, we spoke to Meltem Demirors about how the tokenization of the financial system is going to change the investment landscape forever and to Andrei Stetsenko about how India's demographic tailwinds, rapid urbanization, as well as low debt levels and high-savings rates are a recipe for a sustained economic growth.

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  • WS
    William S.
    26 February 2020 @ 17:42
    Not on point but the product shift demands a response How many purchased a product prior to today and are feeling unfairly treated by the 5/wk video limit that didn't exist until today? How many feel they should be grandfathered until their subscription runs out and then make the decision to continue at the lower (actually increased by 50+) or accept the "upsell" at 3x the price??
  • KT
    Kai T.
    21 February 2020 @ 02:54
    To AUSTRALIAN Real Vision viewers: who can recommend an Australian Super Fund that I can research? Just the name as a lead is fine, but if you can say why you think they are good that would be helpful. I'm in the UK and I'd like to be able to help my brother in Australia who is ignoring this issue. Thank you. 🙏
  • jS
    john S.
    18 February 2020 @ 10:33
    you are telling people to put their retirement in an unregulated investment, that has never been tested in a recession or monetary crisis. You people are nuts. I have property and even if it drops my kids can go live in it...and give me 3 meals a day....what the hell am i going to do with a hard disk full of digital fluff if it fails.
    • EF
      Eric F.
      18 February 2020 @ 10:42
      Firstly, no one is telling you to do anything. Secondly, if you listen and think, you should only put a very small % of investment funds into this as it is an asymmetric bet with risk of complete loss or very high returns. If you have emotional reactions to new ideas then you’re very likely going to miss lots of opportunities.
    • UJ
      Ulf J.
      18 February 2020 @ 13:55
      Blockchain was planned long ago and the smartphone was the key invention. Milton Friedman talked about it in 1999 blockchain is a good investment. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tsJk2VtgUKI
    • AH
      Andrew H.
      18 February 2020 @ 19:29
      He didn't tell anyone to do anything, he expressed his opinion on the future.
    • AP
      Ash P.
      19 February 2020 @ 14:29
      Bitcoin offers asymmetry - meaning you don't need to commit a large amount. I like the way Wences Casares put its it - You and your wife take off for a weekend away once in a while right? Well, forego just one of those trips and take this 'punt'. Worst case, you're out a weekend trip. Best case...who knows - 100x, 250x. What's insane about that? As for regulated. The internet isn't regulated either....FANG.
  • HC
    Hahns C.
    18 February 2020 @ 14:20
    Raoul are these "Monsoon" markets - Emerging Markets with demographic tail winds or are there other special advantageous conditions to investing in these specific markets? Also, do you know of any excellent opportunities with safe harbor mechanisms. Thanks for your hard work. I’d love to buy you dinner someday.
  • GC
    George C.
    18 February 2020 @ 12:23
    India's social structure and governmental systems and bureaucracy do not resemble those of the USA at comparable periods in their economic development. Suspect predictive comparisons in outcomes may have some glitches.
  • MT
    Mike T.
    18 February 2020 @ 09:51
    every time I read of an investing idea, even the theoretical good ones such as India, has for me to act, first pass a very simple test. Do the possible underlyings/instruments available have liquid stock markets AND preferably liquid Option Markets also. Ans in this case = NO!
  • DS
    David S.
    18 February 2020 @ 06:34
    Thanks. Looking forward. DLS