The Macro Analytics Interview on YouTube
Posted November 8, 2013
I had an interesting conversation with Gordon T. Long of Macro Analytics recently. We discussed our economic future and what investors must monitor in this new age of fiat money. I introduce “The Liquidity Gauge” here for the first time.
Gord did a great job of weaving charts into the interview and posting it on YouTube. I hope you will take a look. Please find the link at the bottom of this page.
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