A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly before the closing bell, March 17, 2020.
The headlines are filled with questions about national debt, COVID-19, and fiscal stimulus, but what if the primary driver of financial markets for years ahead is something that seems to have been lost entirely? Namely: National Security. Joining us on Capital Record today is Rene Aninao, Managing Partner of Corbu, a leading macro research intelligence firm on Wall Street, to provide some contrarian wisdom about key global economic themes that you aren’t likely to find in the headlines.”
Capital Record once again welcomes economist and leading financial writer, John Mauldin, to continue last week’s discussion of the economy, the market, and more.
We welcome economist and leading financial writer John Mauldin for a thorough discussion of the U.S. economy in this new millennium and more.
What if the primary driver of financial markets for years ahead is something that seems to have been lost entirely? Namely: National Security.
David interviews his dear friend and mentor, Father Robert Sirico, founder of the Acton Institute. The conversation goes deep and wide around economic history.
A dive into the new $1.9 trillion stimulus bill, what it means to markets, to national debt, to economic growth, and more.
David and father of the supply-side revolution, Art Laffer, wax and wane about 50 years of evolution in economic thought.
Bahnsen and his guest Ramesh Ponnuru do a deep dive into all things monetary policy, with a fascinating conversation about what a truly ‘conservative’ view of the Fed looks like ...
World-renowned economist, technologist, and supply-side guru, George Gilder, joins David to look at the hard truths we know as we enter a post-capitalist world.
Anthony Scaramucci of Skybridge Capital joins David to talk about what role we need from government in a society that protects free enterprise.
David Bahnsen interviews Jerry Bowyer about one of the most dangerous and destructive teachings to ever pollute our understanding of social justice — the concept that Jesus was a socialist.