Lyn Alden: ‘Central Bank Losing Control’ – Financial Crisis Ahead

Wealthion, Released on 5/24/24

When will we hit a 2% inflation target? Lyn Alden reveals the critical challenges the central banks face, discusses the political shifts impacting Bitcoin, and the major threats being posed to the economy. In this episode of Speak Up, Lyn Alden, a renowned macroeconomist and author, joins Anthony Scaramucci for a deep dive into the latest challenges facing the economy. Lyn discusses the political shifts impacting Bitcoin, the potential approval of the Ethereum ETF, and the major fiscal deficits that pose a threat to the economy. She explains why traditional finance is struggling to adapt and how emerging market traits are appearing in developed countries. Discover the looming debt crisis and learn essential strategies to protect your investments.

0:00 – Introduction
1:51 – Political Shifts in Crypto
2:37 – Ethereum ETF
3:29 – Mainstream Acceptance of Macro Views
4:19 – Recency Bias in Financial Markets
5:31 – Play Acting as Federal Reserve Chairman
6:49 – Impact of Fiscal Policies on the Economy
10:15 – Politicians and Economic Truths
12:33 – Potential Debt Crisis and Investor Preparations
16:59 – Are We Going to Be Okay?
18:13 – Future of Gold and Bitcoin Investments
19:50 – Closing Remarks

Lyn Alden is the founder of Lyn Alden Investment Strategy. Lyn has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and a master’s degree in engineering management, with a focus on engineering economics and financial modeling. She worked as an electrical engineer at an aviation facility, and over the course of a decade worked her way up from being an intern to being the lead engineer and running the day-to-day operations and finances of the facility, before retiring early at age 33 with financial independence. Since then, Lyn has been a full-time investor and independent analyst. Her latest book is Broken Money: Why Our Financial System is Failing Us and How We Can Make it Better.

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Karl Graz

Legendary..,,.really… I missing something? Why does everyone seem to care so much what this former engineer has to say about finance and investing? I don’t get it!