Thu, 3 March 2016
I will admit I'm always hesitant to try and go to deep into discussions about banking and international central banking. It's partially because I know the limitations of my knowledge of the subject but more importantly, I know the limitations of your average American.
But there's been so much going on in the world of banking and interest rates that I feel like I need to try and break things down. So today on the show we're going to look at everything from the risks of a eurozone collapse to the effects "do-gooder" politicians have on the banking industry.
My hope is that you'll pull a few nuggets of knowledge out of the show even if you know very little about the subject.
We'll also take some time and look at the debate lineup for tonight as GOP candidates once again get behind the microphones for what is sure to be nothing short of reality TV at it's best.
Finally, the Clinton email investigation may be coming to a close as the staffer who set up the server was just granted immunity, a move that is likely designed to get the truth about her servers and what they were doing with them.
Decent show today everyone. Give it a listen and then share it with a friend.