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A personal finance and investing podcast on money, how it works, how to invest it and how to live without worrying about it. J. David Stein is a former Chief Investment Strategist and money manager. For close to two decades, he has been teaching individuals and institutions how to invest and handle their finances in ways that are simple to understand. More info at moneyfortherestofus.com

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A personal finance and investing podcast on money, how it works, how to invest it and how to live without worrying about it. J. David Stein is a former Chief Investment Strategist and money manager. For close to two decades, he has been teaching individuals and institutions how to invest and handle their finances in ways that are simple to understand. More info at moneyfortherestofus.com

    Inflation, the National Debt and the U.S. Dollar - What Could Go Wrong?

    Inflation, the National Debt and the U.S. Dollar - What Could Go Wrong?

    With a ballooning U.S. federal budget deficit, a growing national debt, and double digit increases in the money supply, is it time to bet against the dollar?

    Topics covered include:What is driving the double digit increases in U.S. home pricesWhy hasn't inflation spiked in line with rising home pricesWhat is the velocity of money and why is it fallingWhat are three schools of thought regarding what causes inflationWhat is the average interest rate and maturity schedule of the U.S. national debtHow the Bank of Amsterdam is an example of how central banks can go insolvent and shut downWhy the dollar has an exorbitant privilegeThanks to Policygenius and Hello Fresh for sponsoring the episode. Use code david12off for 12 free meals with free shipping from Hello Fresh.

    For more information on this episode click here.

    Show Notes

    Where Did Americans Move in 2020? by Janelle Cammenga—Tax Foundation

    Velocity of M2 Money Stock (M2V) Chart—Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

    Federal Surplus or Deficit [-] as Percent of Gross Domestic Product (FYFSGDA188S) Chart—Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

    How the CPI measures price change of Owners’ equivalent rent of primary residence (OER) and Rent of primary residence (Rent)—U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

    Consumer Price Index – March 2021—U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

    Table 1 (2017 – 2018 Weights). Relative importance of components in the Consumer Price Indexes: U.S. city average, December 2020—U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

    Inflation and Debt by John H. Cochrane, Fall 2011—National Affairs

    US Government Finance: Debt by Dr. Edward Yardeni and Mali Quintana—Yardeni Research, Inc.

    Can the Central Bank Alleviate Fiscal Burdens? by Ricardo Reis—London School of Economics and Political Science

    BIS Working Papers No 902 An early stablecoin? The Bank of Amsterdam and the governance of money by Jon Frost, Hyun Song Shin, and Peter Wierts—Bank of International Settlements

    EXCHANGE ARRANGEMENTS ENTERING THE 21ST CENTURY: WHICH ANCHOR WILL HOLD? by Ethan Ilzetzki, Carmen M. Reinhart, and Kenneth S. Rogoff

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    Why in the World Do You Own Bonds?

    Why in the World Do You Own Bonds?

    With interest rates rising does it still make sense to own bonds? Yes. This episode explores the role of bonds including why they are more effective at hedging stock losses than protective put options.

    Topics covered include:David's business and investment philosophyHow bond funds have performed in 2021Three disparate views on the direction of interest rates from Capital Economics, Ray Dalio, and Hoisington Investment Management CompanyHow to invest in China bondsWhy owning bonds is cheaper and more effective at hedging stock market losses than put optionsHow covered call strategies workHow to decide on your allocation to bonds versus stocks


    Thanks to Mint Mobile for sponsoring the episode.

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    Show Notes

    What I think, not what I thought – Jason Fried

    Why in the World Would You Own Bonds When… – Ray Dalio

    Explainer: Foreign access to China’s $16 trillion bond market – Reuters

    The True Cost of Hedging S&P Downside - Movement Capital

    Revisiting Covered Calls and Protective Puts: A Tale of Two Strategies – Bryan Foltice

    Pathetic Protection: The Elusive Benefits of Protective Puts – Roni Israelov

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    Own What Is Real

    Own What Is Real

    There has never been this much money in the world. Now is the time to own real property.

    Topics covered include:How to buy something with BitcoinHow cryptocurrencies are similar and different from fiat currenciesWhat is legal tenderWhy there has never been this much money in the worldWhy central banks can control interest rates but not inflationWhat real property should investors own


    Thanks to Truebill and Babbel for sponsoring the episode. Use code David for Babbel to get an additional three months free.

    For more information on this episode click here.

    Show Notes

    The Power of Gold: The History of an Obsession by Peter L. Bernstein

    IRS Virtual Currency Guidance Announcement 2014-21—Internal Revenue Service

    Legal Tender Status—U.S. Department of the Treasury

    India to propose cryptocurrency ban, penalising miners, traders - source by Aftab Ahmed, Nupur Anand—Reuters

    Executive Order 6102—Requiring Gold Coin, Gold Bullion and Gold Certificates to Be Delivered to the Government by Franklin D. Roosevelt—The American Presidency Project

    Total Circulating Bitcoin—Blockchain Charts

    Federal Reserve statistical release: Factors Affecting Reserve Balances, March 18, 2021—United States Federal Reserve

    Money Stock Measures – H.6 Release, March 23, 2021—Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

    M2 Money Stock/Gross Domestic Product—Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

    Monthly Budget Review: Summary for Fiscal Year 2020—Congressional Budget Office

    A Fed With No Fear of Inflation Should Scare Investors by James Mackintosh—The Wall Street Journal

    Biden Administration Officials Put Together $3 Trillion Economic Plan by Ken Thomas and Andrew Duehren—The Wall Street Journal

    Turkey faces a currency crisis after Erdogan sacks his central banker—The Economist




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    Are Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs) Good Investments?

    Are Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs) Good Investments?

    How do non-fungible tokens work, what are the risks, and how do NFTs fit within the landscape of investments.

    Topics covered include:Investing in physical art versus cryptoartHow NFTs work on the ethereum blockchainHow Ethereum differs from BitcoinWhat is the purpose of investing and are NFTs investmentsHow much energy do cryptocurrencies and the financial system consumeWhat are the risks of NFTsThanks to Amazon Pharmacy and SmartAsset for sponsoring the episode.

    For more information on this episode click here.

    Show Notes

    Want to Buy an NFT? Here’s What to Know by Amber Burton—The Wall Street Journal

    From Crypto Art to Trading Cards, Investment Manias Abound by Erin Griffith—The New York Times

    NFTs, explained by Mitchell Clark—The Verge

    HERE IS THE ARTICLE YOU CAN SEND TO PEOPLE WHEN THEY SAY “BUT THE ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES WITH CRYPTOART WILL BE SOLVED SOON, RIGHT?” by Everest Pipkin

    39% of PoW mining is powered by renewables – Cambridge University Cryptoasset study by Gareth Jenkinson—The Daily Chain

    Cambridge Bitcoin Electricity Consumption Index

    Bitcoin Energy Consumption Index—Digiconomist

    Ethereum Energy Consumption Index (beta)—Digiconomist

    The Bitcoin vs Visa Electricity Consumption Fallacy by Carlos Domingo—Hacker Noon

    How much would you pay for a virtual sofa? by Anne Quito—Quartz

    The Wisdom of Finance: Discovering Humanity in the World of Risk and Return by Mihir Desai

    Techno-optimism, behaviour change and planetary boundaries by Adair Turner—Keele World Affairs Lectures on Sustainability

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    Should You Invest in Farmland?

    Should You Invest in Farmland?

    How much can you earn investing in farmland and what are the risks? What are the ways to invest in farmland?

    Topics covered include:What determines farmland investment returnsHow much has U.S. farmland appreciated historicallyHow much income does farmland investing generateWhy the amount of U.S. farmland is shrinkingHas another commodity supercycle startedWhy U.S. farmers are dependent on exportsWhat are farmland investing risksWhat farmland investment vehicles are availableHow to evaluate a farmland investment opportunity


    Thanks to LinkedIn and Policygenius for sponsoring the episode.

    For more information on this episode click here.

    Show Notes

    Farmland Values, Land Ownership, and Returns to Farmland, 2000-2016 by Christopher Burns, Nigel Key, Sarah Tulman, Allison Borchers, and Jeremy Weber—United States Department of Agriculture

    Land Values 2020 Summary—United States Department of Agriculture

    Farming and Farm Income—Economic Research Service United States Department of Agriculture

    Agricultural Markets and Prices: Towards 2025—Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

    U.S. Agricultural Trade at a Glance—Economic Research Service United States Department of Agriculture

    Why Invest In Farmland?—AcreTrader

    FarmTogether

    Farmland Index Posts First Negative Return in 19 Years by Mike Walsten—Pro Farmer

    NCREIF Farmland Property Index

    Lumber Prices Are Soaring. Why Are Tree Growers Miserable? by Ryan Dezember and Vipal Monga—The Wall Street Journal

    Pistachio industry looks to reposition product amid supply boom by John Cox—The Bakersfield California

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    How The Covid Shock Nearly Destroyed The Financial System

    How The Covid Shock Nearly Destroyed The Financial System

    Why the Federal Reserve had to step in again to sop runs on money market mutual funds and keep the financial system from imploding.

    Topics covered include:What are the differences between shocks and vulnerabilitiesWhat are the four main vulnerabilities the Federal Reserve monitorsHow deleveraging and demands for liquidity lead to market stressesWhat are the types of money market funds and how were they impacted by the Covid 19 shockHow was Treasury bond trading impacted by the Covid shockWhy the Federal Reserve stepped in to stop the market contagion from spreadingWhat are the downsides to central bank interventionsWhat individual investors can do to protect against future shocks


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    Show Notes

    President’s Working Group on Financial Markets Releases Report on Money Market Funds—U.S. Department of the Treasury

    Report of the President’s Working Group on Financial Markets: Overview of Recent Events and Potential Reform Options for Money Market Funds, December 2020—U.S. Department of the Treasury

    U.S. Credit Markets Interconnectedness and the Effects of the COVID-19 Economic Shock by S.P. Kothari, Dalia Blass, Alan Cohen, Sumit Rajpal, and SEC Research Staff—U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

    Financial Stability Report November 2020—Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

    How Vanguard Overhauled a Prime Money Fund by Bernice Napach—ThinkAdvisor

    Overnight Index Swap by James Chen—Investopedia

    Cash Viewpoint: What do Variable Rate Demand Notes do for Your Money Market Fund—Invesco

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