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Tyler and Mike discuss Mike’s background, the global outlook and QE.

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Michael Howell, CEO, CrossBorder Capital

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In the latest episode of Blockworks’ new podcast “Generational Arbitrage,” Tyler Neville speaks with with Michael Howell, Founder of CrossBorder Capital.

Mike is a leading global macro thinker who watches giant trends in liquidity from global central banks. He is the author of Capital Wars: The Rise of Global Liquidity and has a process unlike most fundamental economic analysis. They talk about the Mike’s experience in the market, the global outlook, the end of the Bretton Woods system and the rise of China.

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 Neville, author of Blockworks’ smash hit Daily Newsletter, 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!

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