NICHOLAS CORREA: Hello, Real Vision members. I'm Nick Correa. We just completed the second week of our latest campaign, Welcome to the Exponential Age. We explored how this period of rapid technological advancement is signaling a regime change and will offer one of the most incredible wealth creation opportunities of all time. If you've missed any of these pieces, do yourself a favor and make sure you watch at least one of these enlightening interviews jam packed with valuable information.
We have one last piece for our exponential age campaign that's airing tomorrow. Real Vision's Raoul Pal will be speaking to Jarrod Dicker, an entrepreneurial technology and media executive at the Washington Post. Formerly the CEO of blockchain startup Po.et, which focuses on discovery, decentralization for content ownership, and monetization in media, Jarrod will be discussing with Raoul the technological disruptions that are occurring in the media world.
Here's some more of the lineup for this coming week. Jason Buck, CIO of Mutiny Fund, will be returned to interview Ted Seides, host of the Capital Allocators Podcast. Ted's podcast is considered to be one of the top investing podcasts out there, and here, he will be sharing best practices when it comes to asset management.
We also have Marin Katusa, Chairman of Katusa Research, returning to Real Vision on Expert View, to discuss his perspective on natural resources as commodities continue to be on a tear, how his investment framework has evolved over time, and the release of his latest book, The Rise of America: Remaking the World Order.
Then managing editor Ed Harrison welcomes John Bartlett, President at Reaves Asset Management. As someone who specializes in equity analysis for utilities companies, John will be discussing what he currently has his eye on and his perspective on where markets will be headed over the coming months.
Finally, Raoul Pal will be joined by Renaissance Macro Research CEO and Chairman Jeff deGraaf to discuss macro and investment strategies, policy and so much more on of Wall Street's most influential macro based analysts. Jeff is known for integrating his historical knowledge and experience with cutting edge quantitative techniques that demystify the complexities of the financial world. You won't want to miss this.
That's it for now. As always, remember to tune in to the Daily Briefing now coming at you live Monday through Friday at 4:15 pm Eastern, and to keep the conversations going on The Exchange. Thank you so much for watching. I hope you all have a great week.