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Real VisionMarch 03, 2021
Generational Wealth: How to Preserve and Grow Your Money
The greatest generational wealth transfer in history is currently taking place. In the upcoming years, trillions of dollars and assets will be passed from baby boomers to later generations. Real Vision's Haley Draznin is joined by Mike Boyd, an Australian expat living in Singapore who specializes in the world of multi-generational wealth creation, family enterprise, and family office investing. Generational wealth typically doesn't surpass the third generation, but Boyd discusses how to set up a value system of wealth that focuses on making decisions for long-term success. Filmed February 22, 2020. Key Learnings: 80% of generationally wealthy families are experiencing wealth for the first time. Investing in things like a family constitution, having intentional family meetings, developing stewardship, and establishing a family governance system will help create more sustainable means for future generations.
Real VisionMarch 02, 2021
A New Yield Regime: Commodity-Led Rally in the Making
Real Vision senior editor Ash Bennington welcomes back Tony Greer of TG Macro where he declares that the five sigma sell-off in Treasuries last week marks the beginning of a new yield regime that will support a resources-led rally in earnest. Greer points to the dramatic move in rates being a response to visible commodity inflation, which is indicative of its strength. Because Greer sees a resources-led rally emerging, he explains why this is bad news for the tech sector over the next few months. After walking through the signals that are telling Greer that “this time is different,” he discusses how he’s positioning himself and what he’s eyeing in light of these changing market dynamics that continue to escalate.
Real VisionMarch 02, 2021
What's Really Driving China's Strategic Objectives?
M. Taylor Fravel, Arthur and Ruth Sloan Professor of Political Science and director of the MIT Security Studies Program, sits down with his long-time friend Mike Green of Logica Capital Advisors to discuss a multitude of factors affecting China's strategic objectives. Although they examine certain aspects like demographics and the trajectory of growth for China's military, the focus of the interview is on geography and how China’s large number of land borders and their perception of being blocked off from the Pacific Ocean by U.S. military presence in South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and the Philippines makes the "first island chain" a potential flashpoint for conflict. Green and Fravel also discuss Green's hypothesis that Vladimir Putin and the Russians are the deftest participants in the triangular relationship between the U.S., China, and Russia. Filmed on February 25, 2021. Key Learnings: It wasn't too long ago that trade deal headlines were whipsawing markets back and forth. The outcome for U.S.-China relations is not set in stone, and investors need to be aware of the risks and opportunities presented by this conflict.
Real VisionMarch 01, 2021
Bond Vigilantes Grumble as Bitcoin and Equities Recover
Real Vision managing editor Ed Harrison is hosted by editor Jack Farley to break down the continued breakout in Treasury bonds as the S&P 500 posts its best day since June. Ed and Jack investigate last week’s carnage at the “belly” of the yield curve, the interest rate risk that long-duration bonds are exposed to, and the Reserve Bank of Australia’s ramping up of its QE bond purchases in order to appease the “bond vigilantes” and keep rates pinned. Later, Real Vision CEO and co-founder Raoul Pal joins the show, and he shares his outlook on the risks that rising yields pose to markets as well as the dramatic rebound in the crypto markets. Raoul updates his views on commodities and emerging markets, sharing his key learnings from his interview with Jim Rogers, which aired today on Real Vision.

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