Making Sense of the Bond Yield Movement and How to Argue Against Minimum Wage – Ep 163

This week was pretty much defined by two big issues. Bond yields and also the debate over minimum wage.

I tackled both of these topics head-on. First to make sense of the rise in yields. Also to bring about a discussion about nominal vs real rates… THEN I bring that same argument about nominal vs real rates to the discussion on wage controls.

Minimum wage exists so politicians can pat themselves on the back, say they helped people, while leaving a wake of issues that hurt the very people they told everyone they helped.

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Kyle Keegan

Kyle Keegan is a 30-year-old serial entrepreneur from Houston, TX. He has been self-employed since age 19 and has made every sacrifice and hustle necessary to make it work. Currently the CEO of three companies. Kill Bigger Media, providing high quality and educational business resources to entrepreneurs. A VC funded government technology startup and finally an industrial supply company serving some of the world’s largest companies. He is passionate about philanthropy, freedom, capitalism, economics, personal finance, investing and real estate. He has a BA in Business from Baylor University.

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