Rank #1: What Boy Band Sensation BTS Can Teach Us About Economics
Rank #2: Why President Trump's Move Against Huawei Is Such A Big Deal
Rank #3: 52: What Math Models of Herding Cows Can Teach Us About Markets
Rank #4: How Poker Explains the Battle of Passive and Active Investing
Rank #5: The Millennial Generation Is Stagnant And Older People Are Part
Rank #6: The World's Foremost Expert Explains How To Value Stock
Rank #7: 62: How The Biggest Bull Market Could Come Crashing Down
Rank #8: This Is What All Great Stock Market Bubbles And Crashes Have in Common
Rank #9: Why The Entire Way We Talk About Millennials Is Wrong
Rank #10: How Does The Chinese Economy Work?
Rank #11: How a Fund Manager Teaches His Kids About Money and Banking
Rank #12: 51: Why Everyone Is Freaking Out About Globalization
Rank #13: 41: Billionaires Help Tell the Story of Brazil's Boom and Bust
Rank #14: How the Biggest Bull Market Could Go on for a Whole Lot Longer
Rank #15: How One Of The Most Profitable Trades Of The Last Few Years Blew Up In A Single Day
Rank #16: 43: Seinfeld Can Teach You Everything You Need About Economics
Rank #17: The Biggest Lesson Investors Should Have Learned From the Crisis
He walks us through some of the most important lessons that investors should have learned from the crisis, including why central bank stimulus efforts haven't had as much of an effect on the real economy, and why oil matters much less to the world than it once did. We also take a brief interlude to learn how a macro manager analyzes U.S. jobs numbers as they come out.
Rank #18: ETFs Are Eating the Financial World and They're Not Done Yet
Rank #19: 55: Here Are The Signs That A Civilization Is About To Collapse
Rank #20: This Explains Why Modern Markets Developed Where They Did
On this edition of the Odd Lots podcast, Prateek Raj gives his theory about why modern markets first took hold in Northern Europe, and what this 500-year-old period of disruption can tell us about the world today.