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MEDIA » 1st April, 2021Redline Money Mixdown — Episode 6: The Rhino, the rainforest, the carrot and the stick

Carolyn Wright, David Roche and Richard Harris are joined by Nick Kennedy to discuss how the only way to preserve our planet is to unlock the real economic value of our rapidly-eroding ecosystems and financially incentivise the required change.

RedLine Money takes the expertise of David Roche and Richard Harris as they talk markets, prices, bubbles, and busts — and some even more interesting topics!

Where is your Red Line?  No losses?  Make as much as inflation?  Or make as much money as you can?  How much pain can you take? Investors need to find out what their red line is — and how it moves.  The RedLine Money podcast can help you find it.

David and Richard have nearly a century between them of searching for the Red Line in bull markets and bear.  Hear what the crowd isn’t saying about current markets and price moves.  In the long term, and even longer — back to the Egyptians.  See markets as an engineering system, a biological organism, or as the behaviour of sub-atomic particles.  You don’t get this from anywhere else.  You know it makes sense.

David Roche, Independent Strategy Ltd

Richard Harris, Port Shelter Investment Management

Carolyn Wright (moderator)

RedLine Money is produced weekly in Hong Kong.

Music by TimMoor from Pixabay

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MEDIA » 23rd March, 2021Redline Money Mixdown — Episode 5: What Happens Next (Optimism)

Carolyn Wright discusses with David Roche and Richard Harris the outlook for the post-Covid world, what will policy makers do as things normalise and what does that imply for investors?

RedLine Money takes the expertise of David Roche and Richard Harris as they talk markets, prices, bubbles, and busts — and some even more interesting topics!

Where is your Red Line?  No losses?  Make as much as inflation?  Or make as much money as you can?  How much pain can you take? Investors need to find out what their red line is — and how it moves.  The RedLine Money podcast can help you find it.

David and Richard have nearly a century between them of searching for the Red Line in bull markets and bear.  Hear what the crowd isn’t saying about current markets and price moves.  In the long term, and even longer — back to the Egyptians.  See markets as an engineering system, a biological organism, or as the behaviour of sub-atomic particles.  You don’t get this from anywhere else.  You know it makes sense.

David Roche, Independent Strategy Ltd

Richard Harris, Port Shelter Investment Management

Carolyn Wright (moderator)

RedLine Money is produced weekly in Hong Kong.

Music by TimMoor from Pixabay

Network:
Independent Strategy Media

MEDIA » 19th March, 2021Redline Money Mixdown — Episode 4: Covid-19 vaccines

Carolyn Wright discusses with David Roche and Richard Harris Covid-19 vaccines, their rollout and the implications — politically, social and economic.

RedLine Money takes the expertise of David Roche and Richard Harris as they talk markets, prices, bubbles, and busts — and some even more interesting topics!

Where is your Red Line?  No losses?  Make as much as inflation?  Or make as much money as you can?  How much pain can you take? Investors need to find out what their red line is — and how it moves.  The RedLine Money podcast can help you find it.

David and Richard have nearly a century between them of searching for the Red Line in bull markets and bear.  Hear what the crowd isn’t saying about current markets and price moves.  In the long term, and even longer — back to the Egyptians.  See markets as an engineering system, a biological organism, or as the behaviour of sub-atomic particles.  You don’t get this from anywhere else.  You know it makes sense.

David Roche, Independent Strategy Ltd

Richard Harris, Port Shelter Investment Management

Carolyn Wright (moderator)

RedLine Money is produced weekly in Hong Kong.

Music by TimMoor from Pixabay

Network:
Independent Strategy Media

MEDIA » 11th March, 2021Redline Money Mixdown — Episode 3: Centrally Planned Economies

Carolyn Wright discusses with David Roche and Richard Harris centrally planned economies, why they collapsed, and why they persist.

RedLine Money takes the expertise of David Roche and Richard Harris as they talk markets, prices, bubbles, and busts — and some even more interesting topics!

Where is your Red Line?  No losses?  Make as much as inflation?  Or make as much money as you can?  How much pain can you take? Investors need to find out what their red line is — and how it moves.  The RedLine Money podcast can help you find it.

David and Richard have nearly a century between them of searching for the Red Line in bull markets and bear.  Hear what the crowd isn’t saying about current markets and price moves.  In the long term, and even longer — back to the Egyptians.  See markets as an engineering system, a biological organism, or as the behaviour of sub-atomic particles.  You don’t get this from anywhere else.  You know it makes sense.

David Roche, Independent Strategy Ltd

Richard Harris, Port Shelter Investment Management

Carolyn Wright (moderator)

RedLine Money is produced weekly in Hong Kong.

Music by TimMoor from Pixabay

Network:
Independent Strategy Media

MEDIA » 5th March, 2021Redline Money Mixdown — Episode 2: Digital Assets

Carolyn Wright discusses with David Roche and Richard Harris Digital assets and what opportunities they present.

RedLine Money takes the expertise of David Roche and Richard Harris as they talk markets, prices, bubbles, and busts – and some even more interesting topics!

Where is your Red Line?  No losses?  Make as much as inflation?  Or make as much money as you can?  How much pain can you take? Investors need to find out what their red line is – and how it moves.  The RedLine Money podcast can help you find it.

David and Richard have nearly a century between them of searching for the Red Line in bull markets and bear.  Hear what the crowd isn’t saying about current markets and price moves.  In the long term, and even longer – back to the Egyptians.  See markets as an engineering system, a biological organism, or as the behaviour of sub-atomic particles.  You don’t get this from anywhere else.  You know it makes sense.

David Roche, Independent Strategy Ltd

Richard Harris, Port Shelter Investment Management

Carolyn Wright (moderator)

RedLine Money is produced weekly in Hong Kong.

Music by TimMoor from Pixabay

Network:
Independent Strategy Media

MEDIA » 25th February, 2021Redline Money Mixdown – Episode 1: The Post-Pandemic Economy

Carolyn Wright  discusses with David Roche and Richard Harris the outlook for the post-Pandemic economy.

RedLine Money takes the expertise of David Roche and Richard Harris as they talk markets, prices, bubbles, and busts – and some even more interesting topics!

Where is your Red Line?  No losses?  Make as much as inflation?  Or make as much money as you can?  How much pain can you take? Investors need to find out what their red line is – and how it moves.  The RedLine Money podcast can help you find it.

David and Richard have nearly a century between them of searching for the Red Line in bull markets and bear.  Hear what the crowd isn’t saying about current markets and price moves.  In the long term, and even longer – back to the Egyptians.  See markets as an engineering system, a biological organism, or as the behaviour of sub-atomic particles.  You don’t get this from anywhere else.  You know it makes sense.

David Roche, Independent Strategy Ltd

Richard Harris, Port Shelter Investment Management

Carolyn Wright (moderator)

RedLine Money is produced weekly in Hong Kong.

Music by TimMoor from Pixabay

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