In the latest episode of the Betting On Zero podcast, we interview MLM expert Bill Keep, former dean of the business school at The College of New Jersey. We discuss how MLMs are not actual businesses. In fact, they are anti-capitalism.
Burke Koonce and John Fichthorn discuss the latest topics of interest in politics, financial markets, and the cultural forces that shape the world around us. In this episode, we are joined by financial journalist Scott Wapner, whose coverage on CNBC of the Herbalife battle and the personalities behind not only made it into Betting On Zero but set the standard for financial journalism for the next decade.
Are we living in a post-truth world? Burke and John talk about investigative reporting and of course the controversial political intrigue surrounding Hunter Biden, the Texas lawsuit, and of course Betting On Zero. With guest Matt Tyrmand.
The markets have entered the 'almost there!' stage, as the economy is stable but not strong. The federal government still has work to do for the economy and financial markets to avoid the fate of Red Leader, Porkins and the others.
The market is a voting machine in the short term, if a weighing machine in the long term. And the votes are in. The market is voting for growth. And it's a landslide.
Our nation is being tested again. Does our economic system still work for everyone? Spoiler: yes.
Is the market really that irrational right now or does it reflect a new reality for some companies?