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In today’s episode, Peter Atwater, author and adjunct professor of Economics at William & Mary, joins us to discuss socionomics and why media is a great mirror of mood, how confidence in Central Banks relates to the level of interest rates, “stacked vulnerability” and how it runs the potential of creating exhaustion, inequality and the battle between the top and the bottom of society. We also discuss how the current inflation creates false expectations and why we might see a violent move in market prices, how deglobalization is a consequence of a change in social mood, ways to implement a more confidence driven decision making investment strategy and much more.
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00:00 - Intro
03:05 - Peter’s background
05:36 - Why socionomics is important to understand and follow
14:27 - How to determine the Confidence in Central Banks
17:26 - Accumulated exhaustion, what this means
25:35 - Crypto - a betrayal?
37:55 - Expected and Un-Expected Inflation - a sign of Scarcity
46:01 - A potential massive market Cycle Top?
51:33 - Heading towards deglobalization
01:02:54 - Global Fragmentation
01:12:24 - Confident decision making
01:16:21 - Thanks for listening
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