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Why a Strong Dollar Is Bad for the US and Bad for the World, Feat. Lyn Alden

Despite the specter of inflation from money printing, the dollar has gained strength. Here’s why that’s a problem - for everyone.

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This episode is sponsored by ErisX, The Stellar Development Foundation and Grayscale Digital Large Cap Investment Fund.

The dollar has a unique role in the world due to its reserve currency status. For many years that status has created incredible opportunities for the U.S. Increasingly, however, some are wondering if the global standard has outlived its usefulness - not only for the world but for the U.S., too.

See also: Why the Dollar Has Never Been Stronger or More Set Up to Fail

In this illuminating conversation, one of FinTwit’s brightest minds, Lyn Alden, shares her perspective on:

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