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Real VisionJanuary 19, 2022
Equity Indexes Reflect Investor Uncertainty Amid Rising Inflation
U.S. equity indexes bounced between “green” and “red” today, reflecting investor uncertainty amid a spike in volatility. Portfolio positioning is the critical question, as inflation fears feed expectations of four interest-rate hikes in 2022. Supply-chain issues continue to burden the global economy. And, now, crude oil is threatening to reach $100. Consumers are getting crunched, and investors are confused. Darius Dale, founder & CEO of 42 Macro, sifts the evidence and offers solutions for the current environment in a discussion with Ash Bennington. Care to submit a question? Drop it right here on the Exchange https://rvtv.io/3GJX3wN
Public Aggregation ChannelJanuary 19, 2022
The Metaverse: What Creates Digital Property Value?
SuperWorld is expanding the Metaverse. In SuperWorld, users can buy digital plots of land which correspond to actual locations on Earth. In this interview, Hrish Lotlikar, co-founder and CEO of SuperWorld, and Nick Halaris, president of Metros Capital, explore concepts surrounding digital estate. The number of new projects which fit under the metaverse umbrella seems to be growing by the day. However, as Halaris points out, there seems to be a lack of quality when these projects are compared to Web 2.0. Lotlikar, formerly in the digital production and gaming industry in Los Angeles, is working to merge the metaverse with the real world. Halaris and Lotlikar explore the details of SuperWorld as well as broader ideas related to digital ownership. What exactly do I own? How can I monetize my digital plots of land? Tune in for a fascinating discussion from two digital real estate pioneers. Recorded on January 11, 2022.
Real VisionJanuary 19, 2022
It Can Pay Today To Remember Yesterday's Excesses
What can the past tell us about present markets, speculation, and the inflation and collapse of bubbles? The NFT craze and the prices people are paying for nothing more than mere JPEGs surely raise cries of excess. “Right now, there are a lot of questionable areas,” notes Jamie Catherwood, an expert on financial history. “But, over the long term, in 20 years, it will be like the dot-com bubble. A lot of companies were wiped out. But there are some massive companies that are still thriving today. From the ashes a couple phoenixes will arise.” Invoking Mark Twain, Alfonso Peccatiello, author of the Macro Compass newsletter, asks Catherwood, founder of Investor Amnesia and an associate at O’Shaughnessy Asset Management, if history rhymes and whether we’re in the midst of multiple manias. Catherwood offers a guided tour of the 19th century, a time when financial bubbles proliferated and “bucket shops” – glorified gambling parlors – thrived on Wall Street. Tune in for Catherwood’s response to Peccatiello’s Twain-esque question about how the past can inform investor decisions about the present. Recorded on January 13, 2022.

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