Short-Term Rates and Cheap Vodka

Featuring Alex Rosenberg, Roger Hirst, Justine Underhill, Raoul Pal

Why will rising yields on Treasury notes sink the cheapest vodkas? Alex, Roger and Justine discuss. Plus, a controversial USDA maneuver to clamp down on speedy traders. And finally, Raoul Pal joins to present a special offer. Filmed on June 23, 2018.

Published on
26 July, 2018
US Economy, Macro, Trading
29 minutes


  • BS

    Bill S.

    2 8 2018 04:13

    1       2

    It's just tedious boring and frankly
    silly. Put the resources elsewhere.
    Sorry but enough is enough.

  • BS

    Bill S.

    2 8 2018 04:11

    1       0

    Check your viewer thumbs up down
    stats. A clear indication that this program is a dud and should quietly
    go into the night. As much as I try to
    view it in it's entirety

  • CY


    30 7 2018 05:12

    3       0

    Thanks for the explanation about why there are yield curve inversions and why this leads to certain outcome expectations. I hear a lot about the term and its consequences, but this is the first time I heard the mechanism explained in a simple and easy-to-understand way.

  • BS

    Bill S.

    27 7 2018 00:45

    11       1

    I have figured out how to get through these Knock out videos....drink vodka!

  • KC

    Kenneth C.

    26 7 2018 19:02

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    Considering Scotland is where home distilling was born I'd be watching copper supply there to see if alternate manufacturing occurs.

  • RA

    Robert A.

    26 7 2018 17:32

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    Chemicalized food, whacked hormones, gender BS, radiation from cell phones and unchecked wireless tech, combined with impacts of alcohol accelerate/stack up to hammer this demographic. Not an accident.