A short personal reflection on leverage. TLDR: I’ve grappled with the hypocrisy of a sound money activist utilising debt and decided to leverage my ideas through bitcoin [6 minute read] … More Leveraging Good Ideas
2020 Sound Money Recap In 2020 we established that “sound money is the challenge and opportunity of our lifetime.” Central banks have pursued aggressively loose monetary policies since the 1970s, … More Sound Money Monthly: (ed. 6) Invest capital into a sound future
TLDR: Central banks positioning themselves as a solution to climate challenges is dangerous. They’ve promoted unsustainable debt fueled consumption for 50 years. Consumption is great but it needs to be … More Sound Money Monthly: (ed. 5) Central banking is an environmental disaster
TLDR: The foundations of social trust are being tested. Our unsound monetary system with its negative consequences is a driver of this trust deficit. Communities that adopt sound money assets … More Sound Money Monthly: (ed.4) Where can we place our trust?
Have you ever wondered why it’s challenging to buy a house and save for your family’s future? Debt and its unequal impact on wealth is the focus of this edition … More Sound Money Monthly: (ed. 3) Debt’s unequal impact on wealth
Have you ever wondered how we managed to accumulate so much debt? In this edition we’ll tackle the causes for the biggest debt bubble in history. You’ll learn about short-termism, … More Sound Money Monthly: (ed. 2) “Slang in die Gras” / Snake in the Grass
Have you ever wondered why economic conditions are challenging, despite easy access to credit for cars, homes and shopping? In this edition of the Sound Money Monthly we cover one … More SM (ed. 1) Debt constrains our future
More credit is not the panacea for debt! That is the message from Garet Garrett’s 1932 book, the Bubble that Broke the World. The overuse of debt was a critical … More The Bubble that Broke the World