Innovation and Fintech expert, Richard Turrin discusses Chinaʻs mobile payment revolution, Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC), and what it means for the West.
In a conversation with Oliver Renick on the TD Ameritrade Network, Chris Wang, Research Director of Runnymede Capital Management, discusses the Monday market selloff triggered by fears of the Evergrande looming missed debt payment. There is clearly risk given that Evergrande is the #2 property developer in China with over 200,000 employees, 800 projects in 200 cities, and $300 million in debt. However, we do not believe that this is the next Lehman and China will step in to bail out the company or at least have an orderly restructuring of the company. So far the interbank rates do not reflect the same fears of the equity markets as the TED spread is flat from Friday.
Futurist and entrepreneur, Warren Whitlock talks about different perspectives on money, the impact of blockchain, and artificial intelligence.
Author of Blockchain for Everyone, Sir John Hargrave talks about the importance of blockchain, programmable money, and how to invest in cryptocurrencies.
General Counsel of Cointelegraph, Zachary Kelman discusses bitcoin regulation, investing, and geopolitics of digital currencies.
Portfolio Manager Michael Gayed discusses leading signals, tactical investment strategies, and the importance of effective diversification.
Chris Wang chats with Nicole Petallides, host of the Watch List, about what to expect to Home Depot and Walmart earnings tomorrow. Both companies have been big beneficiaries of the pandemic, but now face extremely tough comparisons.
On Friday afternoon, I had the pleasure of returning to Reuters TV to have a quick conversation with anchor Fred Katayama (@Freddiethekat). We discuss the surprising drop in consumer sentiment and why investors appear to be looking through the current Delta COVID wave. Corporate earnings remain extremely strong and with vaccination rates high in the US, this COVID wave should be shorter lived.
Money Coach Denise Li shares how her Taiwanese American upbringing shaped her money mindset, saving strategies, and investing.
Psychologist and best-selling author, Gay Hendricks talks about finding your zone of genius, upper limit problems, and achieving success.
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