Webinar: Incorporating as a DAO – Worth the Trouble?
In Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, today’s foremost economists, investors, academics and thinkers will gather for three days in August to answer the question: What is the future of money?
Set in place by 44 nations at the end of World War II, the Bretton Woods economics system was unprecedented at the time and warranted new centralized mechanisms of governance to ensure its continued functioning.
On August 15, 1971, President Richard Nixon de-pegged the US dollar from the price of gold, causing the Bretton Woods System to collapse.
In Part 2 of our Road to Bretton Woods series, we take a look at the history of gold and the part it played in developing the Bretton Woods System.
Tyler and Mike discuss Mike’s background, the global outlook and QE.
America has succumbed to Triffin’s Dilemma by running massive trade deficits with producing countries like China and India, where many once-American middle-class jobs now also reside.