Money For the Rest of Us
Money For the Rest of Us
J. David Stein
The Pandemic Might Be "Over," but Not the Repercussions
28 minutes Posted Sep 21, 2022 at 9:00 am.
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How risk perceptions and actions have changed over several years of the pandemic. How the pandemic's impacts continue to affect politics, the economy, financial markets, how we invest, and our personal lives.

Topics covered include:

  • Is the pandemic really over?
  • What percentage of people continue to isolate at home
  • How behaviors such as eating out and visiting friends have changed throughout the pandemic.
  • How work has changed with the pandemic
  • Has pandemic stimulus changed beliefs about the sustainability of the national debt leading to structural inflation
  • How productivity improvements could improve the national debt burden
  • What investment lessons has David learned from the pandemic

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Show Notes

Biden’s claim that ‘pandemic is over’ complicates efforts to secure funding by Dan Diamond—The Washington Post

COVID-19 Dashboard—The Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University

Axios/Ipsos COVID-19 Poll – Wave 70, September 9–12, 2022

Study: 163 Million People Dine Out at Least Once a Week—QSR Magazine

U.S. Return-to-Office Rates Hit Pandemic High as More Employers Get Tougher By Peter Grant—The Wall Street Journal

Reassessing Constraints on the Economy and Policy; Panel Topic: An End to Pre-Pandemic Trends or Just a Temporary Interruption? by Valerie A. Ramey

Inflation as a Fiscal Limit by Francesco Bianchi and Leonardo Melosi

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Simplify Interest Rate Hedge ETF (PFIX)

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