Bubble Trouble features conversations between economist and author Will Page and independent analyst Richard Kramer that lay out some inconvenient truths about how financial markets really work. Like the “boy who cried wolf,” financial markets have a peculiar tendency to repeat past mistakes and get themselves into “bubble trouble.” They party hard, drink too much of the Kool Aid, and wake up with a pounding hangover...only to do the same thing the next day. With tech dominating daily headlines and teenage traders driving stocks to unprecedented valuations, you might be asking “What’s really going on?” “What am I missing?” Imagine having a set of tour guides to tell you the “story behind the story” of the world’s largest tech companies, and how they bend - or break - the rules of economics.
Themes and Dreams
This time we look at the themes and dreams that markets put out there to attract the investor's dollar. If it's too good to be true, are we in dreamland? (Repeat)
Seth Wunder on Hyper competition in the Hedge Fund World
On this episode, we discuss hyper-competition in the hedge fund world with Seth Wunder.
Joe Kessler on Hyper-competition in Talent
In this episode, we're in conversation with our fifth special guest, Joe Kessler of UTA IQ, discussing hyper-competition for that scarcest of commodities--talent.
Andrew Savikas on Hyper-competition in Book Publishing
On this episode we discuss continue our series on hyper-competition, this time in the business of the written and spoken word.
Bonus: Will and Richard on Podcasting
Will and Richard offering their own takes on the current state of podcasting. For subscribers only.
Mike Follett on Hyper-competition in Advertising
On this episode, we're in conversation with our third special guest, the source of truth and the mad men and women of advertising, Mr. Mike Follett. The point where quantity goes up and quality goes down, we call that hyper competition, and certainly there's a lot of advertising competing for our time
Informative and interesting! Good use of my time, glad I found this podcast.
Love this podcast!
Great insight into the financial world!