Podcast: Ben Hunt on the Perversion of Modern Capitalism

Tyler and Ben discuss the perversion of modern-day capitalism and how giant institutions and political parties create narratives that divide the country.

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In inaugural episode of Blockworks’ new podcast “Generational Arbitrage,” Tyler Neville speaks with Dr. Ben Hunt, the author of the Epsilon Theory newsletter which reaches over 100K financial professionals in over 180 countries.

Tyler and Ben discuss the perversion of modern-day capitalism and how giant institutions and political parties create narratives that divide the country. Ben addresses the problems with corporate incentives and how that affects the labor pool.

Check out what they had to say in the video below. 👇

The social fabric of contemporary American life is tearing itself apart. On “Generational Arbitrage,” once a week, Tyler digs into the institutions whose promises are left unfulfilled. The generational imbalances are vast and very few can speak out against entrenched interests. Let’s find them!

Episodes are released every Friday morning. 

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