The Shifting Landscape in Macroeconomics with Martin Essex of DailyFX.com
A few weeks ago, our very own Mark Meadows went onto the DailyFX podcast and spoke with host Martin Essex. Now, we’re flipping that around and bringing Martin onto Limit Up! Martin is an analyst and editor over at DailyFX and has previously written for The Wall Street Journal, Reuters and the BBC.
Jeff talks with Martin about all things Macroeconomics, the Euro and how it’s all coming back to rethinking capitalism. Their conversation was so good, we decided to split it into two parts. So enjoy part 1 of the show!
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- [00:46] - This week: Martin Essex
- [02:04] - TopStepTrader 7th Anniversary
- [02:32] - MARKet Reaction with Mark Meadows
- [04:05] - Martin Essex introduction
- [04:32] - Jeff Carter Interview with Martin Essex
- [04:52] - DailyFX - Forex Market News & Analysis
- [05:48] - How did you get interested in finance?
- [07:00] - What is the most intriguing thing to you about economics?
- [08:41] - Linking Finance & Macroeconomics - John Cochrane
- [08:53] - Lawrence Summers work in the World Bank, Clinton Administration and Economics.
- [10:11] - The work of Gary Becker in social science and finance
- [10:50] - The Challenge of Immigration: A Radical Solution
- [11:16] - Where would you apply economics differently?
- [15:04] - Could Europe deconstruct the regulatory state like Trump?
- [17:45] - Relationship capitalism from Luigi Zingales
- [18:08] - Worries about economic forecasting
- [19:24] - Bernard Connolly & analysis of the Euro
- [20:45] - Combining economics and technical analysis
- [23:54] - Read up first if you are beginning to trade
- [25:32] - TopStepTrader allows paper trading
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