Join Grant Williams and his guests for a series of random walks around the fringes of finance and gain a better understanding of how the economic sands are shifting beneath our feet.
The End Game Ep. 11 - Jim Rogers
After a series of brain-churning conversations, take a breather this week and join us for a fun-filled journey around the investment world with the one and only Jim Rogers.Hear Jim's candid views on Japan, China, North Korea, the UK and the opportunities available in Venezuela, as well as cryptocurrencies, the impossibility of being short anything right now and the subject on everybody's lips post-the U.S. election - Chinese wine stocks...
The End Game Ep. 10 - Chris Cole
Chris Cole of Artemis Capital Management is the latest stellar guest to grace The End Game as he takes Bill and Grant on an extraordinary journey through the many ways in which volatility affects risk assets.From Golems & Tulpas to the Ouroboros, Chris paints a remarkable picture of the twin realms of fantasy and reality and how they intertwine to create the world around us.From the option market tail wagging the equity market dog to the assured disaster awaiting the pension fund industry, Chris explains volatility's important role in the present and, importantly, the future.Don't miss this profound conversation.
The Narrative Game Ep. 4 - Events, Dear Boy, Events
With the U.S. election just hours away, Ben Hunt joins Grant to discuss the narrative heading into a seemingly climactic event upon which so much is riding.Orwell's 1984, the words you need to recognise as both sides try to mobilise opinion and the importance of creating an 'Other' all come under the microscope as does, troublingly, Ben's choice for the big theme of 2021: regime change around the world.
Super Terrific Happy Hour Ep. 7 - John Hathaway: Being A Doyen Is A Good Thing, Right?
Join Stephanie and Grant for a fascinating conversation with a true legend of the precious metals industry, John Hathaway.The three discuss John's storied career, what the gold market looked like twenty years ago, how John's experience of multiple cycles has helped him deal with the volatility inherent in the precious metals space and what he expects to see going forward.Gold's role in a portfolio, how to identify potential investments and the importance of managing the psychological component of what can be a tempestuous ride all come under the microscope.
The End Game Ep. 9 - Felix Zulauf
Bill and Grant welcome the incomparable Felix Zulauf to The End Game.What follows is a true masterclass in macro thinking as Felix joins a complicated series of dots to lay out both a cohesive vision of the present, and an impressive roadmap for the future.The likely end of a 40-year bull market in bonds, the all-important inflation vs deflation debate as well as gold, the dollar and so much more all come under Felix's acute gaze.Once again, this episode of The End Game will have your head spinning...
The End Game Ep. 8 - Dr. Marc Faber
Bill and Grant welcome the one and only Dr. Marc Faber, author and publisher of the Gloom Boom and Doom Report to The End Game to seek his perspective on what comes next. Lessons the world can learn from the Japanese experience, the Asian reality versus the perspective offered by Western media outlets and the difference between China Bears and China Bashers are all discussed as is the ultimate fate of the US dollar - something Dr. Faber labels a 'time bomb'.So sit back, relax and join us for an hour of vintage Faber
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Helping me sense what can’t be seen
The End Game series explores what can hardly imagined through the minds of seers of truth if truth could be seen. I wish each interview were longer, and that I had time to listen to each one again. (I’ll make the time.) It’s a mind-bending experiences, giving me some tiny glimpse of operating on the curved space that Mike Green talks about in Episode 3. Like all the others, that episode can’t be missed.
As thoughtful and perceptive as you will find in a podcast
Grant, and each of his well-considered co-hosts, not only bring you decades of hands-to-the-wheel experience in international finance, but also a deeply humanist perspective on the institutions of finance and the roles that they play in our lives. While a natural contrarian, Grant also helps to peal back the onion on why the official line is only the tip of the iceberg, to help listeners understand the role that critical institutions play in determining who gets what and why. There is no better source of multi-modal insight than this free podcast.
Jim Rogers beginning to sound a little worn...
After a series of stimulating conversations with Messrs Grant, Cole Green, Napier etc. this was a bit of a letdown. Mostly retread stuff although his angle on the Hong Kong demonstrations and dissent was interesting if a little jarring....