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This interview was recorded in Hotel Marussia in Irkutsk, Russia. In this episode I interview Max Matrenitski, CEO of Cyberian Mine, and go chat about everything to do with mining ... so, if you've ever wondered how it's done, who does it or even how to do it yourself, this one is a must! This episode is produced in association with Luno wallet and…
 
This podcast is based on a written article that was published recently and is available to read in full, for free, here. This episode is produced in association with Luno wallet and exchange and includes a code for £10 of FREE Bitcoin if you are a new user. The simple process of claiming it instantly is included in the podcast itself and instructio…
 
This podcast is based on a written article that was published recently and is available to read in full, for free, here. This episode is produced in association with Luno wallet and exchange and includes a code for £10 of FREE Bitcoin if you are a new user. The simple process of claiming it instantly is included in the podcast itself and instructio…
 
This podcast is based on a written article that was published recently and is available to read in full, for free, here. This episode is produced in association with Luno wallet and exchange and includes a code for £10 of FREE Bitcoin if you are a new user. The simple process of claiming it instantly is included in the podcast itself and instructio…
 
This podcast is based on a written article that was published earlier this week and is available to read in full, for free, here. This episode is produced in association with Luno wallet and exchange and includes a code for £10 of FREE Bitcoin if you are a new user. The simple process of claiming it instantly is included in the podcast itself and i…
 
An interview I recorded with the one and only Matty Sats earlier this week talking about bitcoin mining - what it is, what the myths are, who you should mine with - and who you shouldn't - and how I got started. Great fun, but still loads of information to get you started on this hidden side of the Bitcoin world. The company I refer to in the podca…
 
Gemini’s latest U.K. report confirms some long term beliefs, but also smashes others! The new "typical investor" profile is no longer the same old stereotype it once was. This podcast is based on a written article that was published earlier this week and is available to read in full, for free, here. The underlying report is available here. This epi…
 
If you don’t hold Bitcoin and wonder if you should or if you hold Bitcoin and are wondering if you should sell, now that the price is at an all time high, then here’s a few things to think about ... This podcast is based on a written article that was published earlier this week and is available to read in full, for free, here. This episode is produ…
 
We've been here before, haven't we? No, not even close, and here's why: "If 2017 was an epic Ibiza style beach party full of inexperienced kids overdoing it to excess without a thought for any consequences, 2020 is a reserved corporate black tie affair, with a six course meal and jazz band." Find out why this surge in Bitcoin price is something we …
 
PayPal's announcement on Wednesday 21st October that it was giving access to Bitcoin to all 346 million of its customers and 26 million merchants caused quite a still this week, but there's more to this than meets the eye! Listen now for a full breakdown of what it means and what happens next ... This podcast is based on a written article that was …
 
I was pretty surprised to discover Bitcoin had hit a new all time high this week, apparently entirely unnoticed. But the story took an unexpected turn when additional research revealed some mind blowing facts that, it seems, most of us hadn't spotted. Listen now for the full explanation. This podcast is based on a written article that went viral ea…
 
It seems a bold claim but is it really? Just how can I be so confident that Bitcoin will never go to zero? The answers lie in analysis, logic and an unusual precedent. This podcast is based on a written article that is available to read here. This episode is produced in association with Luno wallet and exchange and includes a code for £10 of FREE B…
 
This episode was originally called "Microstrategy is to Bitcoin as Roger Bannister is to the four minute mile" being loosely based on an article I'd written recently, but as I went to record it there was a new development! It made sense to add it all in and discuss it in one go, so here's a slightly longer podcast than usual covering a very cool de…
 
A live recording of the presentation I gave at the TradeON Summit Conference on July 28th 2020 outlining the key reasons why you should have at least some Bitcoin in your portfolio as a long position, especially given the rapidly changing global financial situation. This recording includes a FREE £10 giveaway of Bitcoin which is still live at the t…
 
How a chance (socially distanced) conversation with my neighbour got me thinking about what's going on behind the numbers. The markets imply that everything is rosy, but I have a different view. Here's my thinking about why any stock market investment right now should be done with extreme caution! (Not financial advice, do your own research) I freq…
 
*This PODCAST includes a code for £10 of FREE Bitcoin!* This podcast is a live recording of a public webinar given in July 2020 to a large international audience. It's designed as a jargon free, tech free, light hearted introduction to Bitcoin, explaining what it is, why everyone is talking about it and how it fits into our current financial system…
 
Since the having it's all gone a bit crazy! What's causing this increase in fees and when can we expect things to go back to normal? (Note: this is incorrectly introduced as episode 4 in the opening section, when in fact it is episode 5)โดย Jason Deane
 
A recording of a (non-technical) private webinar I made to journalists on behalf of Luno about the halving, including what it is, why it happens, what effect it has and how it might affect price. (Note: Audio taken from live broadcast and is unprocessed. To skip intro, jump to 2 mins 42 seconds)โดย Jason Deane
 
With the sell off of equities caused by Coronavirus, is now a good time to be getting back into the markets? Is that why they've been rising so much since the sell off? Is this even a good thing? Maybe, maybe not. Jason Deane tries to make sense of what is going on.โดย Jason Deane
 
No need to change your lens to get the picture: Host, Peter Murphy joined by S&P Sector Leader Ted Chapman and Lead Analyst Nora Wittstruck explain the new spotlight on Environmental, Social, and Governance factors in U.S. Public Finance issuer credit ratings and preview how ESG will be featured in rating reports. The episode closes with an update …
 
If you don't own any Bitcoin at all, time is running out to get hold of some cheaply and easily, especially with the next halving event due in May 2020. So why is it important and why is this even the case? Jason Deane explains why holding even a tiny amount could give you some peace of mind going forward. To help you "get off zero", you can claim …
 
March into spring with Extra Credit as host, Tiffany Tribbitt, presents a new edition of Retirement Roundup with S&P Global Lead Analysts Timothy Little, Todd Kanaster, and Joshua Travis to explain S&P’s pension guidance, relevant metrics, and set the stage for the new commentary series “Pension Spotlights” starting with Texas. Editor’s note: This …
 
Something unexpected just happened. As the global market meltdown caused by Coronavirus unfolded, Bitcoin found itself among the assets being sold off. But then, it started to recover before gold did and without the financial stimulus offered to its counterparts, Is it Bitcoin's time to shine or is something else going on? Jason Deane looks at the …
 
Host, Peter Murphy, takes us through a wrinkle in credit with S&P Global Lead Analysts David Hitchcock, Blake Yocom, and Ying Huang as they journey through the United States from west to east to discuss California’s “No Place Like Home” bonds, the pensions of Cook County, Illinois and Massachusetts based Lasell University.…
 
As with all good things, the season for 2020 Sector Outlooks has come to an end here at Extra Credit. Host, Peter Murphy, rounds out our third and final presentation of U.S. Public Finance sector outlooks with Sector Leaders Kurt Forsgren, David Bodek, and Theodore Chapman as they preview credit events to monitor this upcoming year for Transportati…
 
Outlook season rolls on here at Extra Credit. Host Bobbi Gajwani joined by S&P Sector Leaders Jessica Wood and Marian Zucker take on 2020 outlooks in the Charter Schools, Higher Education, and Municipal Housing sectors to share what Ratings is monitoring in the upcoming year.โดย S&P Global Ratings
 
It’s January -- and that means the start of outlook season here at Extra Credit. Listen in as host Tiffany Tribbitt kicks off the New Year with S&P sector leaders Geoff Buswick, Jane Ridley, and Suzie Desai to tackle what S&P is watching during 2020 for State and Local Governments, as well as the not-for-profit health care sector.…
 
Listen to Lisa Schroeer talk with Head of USPF Eden Perry and Head of USPF Analytics and Research Robin Prunty as they wrap up 2019 and highlight S&P Global Ratings U.S. Public finance research and people.โดย S&P Global Ratings
 
This week we learn what’s new in our annual surveys of the 15 largest city pensions and the 50 state OPEBs. Join the conversation with S&P analysts Scott Nees, Jillian Legnos, and Todd Kanaster. Lisa Schroeer and Tiffany Tribbitt host.โดย S&P Global Ratings
 
This week’s extra credit takes a look at the economy and how recent trends could impact our muni market. Hear from Beth Ann Bovino our U.S. Chief Economist and Jane Ridley our Local Government Sector Lead. Hosted by Lisa Schroeer.
 
This week Peter Murphy and Lisa Schroeer talk with Bobbi Gajwani, Ken Gacka and Blake Yocom covering Provident Oklahoma Cross Village Project CommonSpirit Health, and Bridgeview, Ill. Multiple credits and multiple notches. Tune in to find out why.
 
S&P analysts Anne Cosgrove, Jillian Legnos, Todd Kanaster, and Tiffany Tribbitt join Lisa to discuss the changing landscape of pension risk in the not for profit healthcare sector and how post-retirement healthcare benefits affect state budgets.
 
This week Lisa Schroeer talks with analysts Kimberly Barrett and Moreen Skyers-Gibbs on rating trends and strengths and challenges for local governments and schools in Florida and Pennsylvania.
 
Higher Education analysts Gauri Gupta Jones, Phillip Pena, and Amber Schafer join Lisa for a deep dive into the sector looking at the ten year history and current trends with credit factors across public and not-for-profit higher education entities.
 
Hear what the future holds for our economic growth. Hear about tariff impacts; housing starts and stops; and what pressures and opportunities to expect. With Lisa Schroeer, Jane Ridley and Adriana Artola.
 
Listen to a myriad of analysts from charters to transit talk about rating actions that you should know about. You will hear about a first-of-its-kind pool transaction featuring charter school loans, recent actions related to wildfire risk within public power, and The Miami-Dade Expressway. All of this, on this week’s Extra Credit with Lisa Schroeer…
 
Lisa Schroeer talks with Robin Prunty about our market communication and what to expect going forward. The conversation continues with Eden Perry and Oscar Padilla about our State sector (with a side of criteria).
 
This week they talk about asset transfers and other post-employment benefit obligation bonds (OOBs). Carol Spain will discuss recent trends in these areas with respect to Illinois.
 
Listen to Lisa Schroeer and visiting co-host Tiffany Tribbitt cover this action packed podcast covering the New York State Budget and its potential impact on local governments, as well as our view on congestion pricing. Analysts Tim Little, Paul Dyson, and Nora Wittstruck provide their insights.
 
This week you can hear Kaiti Vartholomaios talk about our recent publication that highlights rating actions over the past two years and the role ESG factors played. Erin Boeke Burke discusses her findings on water and sewer rate affordability and Andrew Bredeson joins the conversation to help cover the 2019 Green Bond outlook.…
 
Why does the charter school sector tend to have lower ratings than other sectors within USPF? Listen to Lisa Schroeer talk with Jessica Wood, Kaiti Wang and Luke Gildner about charter schools. We cover the sector broadly and then dive deeper into Colorado and California charter schools. We highlight trends, differences and similarities.…
 
Lisa Schroeer talks 2019 outlooks for our USPF Higher Education and Health Care Sectors with Martin Arrick and Jessica Goldman. Topics include the potential impacts from slower economic growth and disrupters. Hear how management may be the key to keeping credit quality healthy and ahead of the class.…
 
In this week’s Extra Credit, we give our 2019 outlook for pensions and other post-employment benefits in 2019. Hear what our analysts think will be the risks and opportunities in the upcoming year. Sussan Corson, Todd Tauzer, Todd Kanaster and Lisa Schroeer discuss the issues.
 
This week Lisa Schroeer talks with sector leaders David Bodek, Ted Chapman, and Kurt Forsgren about the 2019 outlooks for our public power, water/sewer and transportation groups. Amongst other topics, hear how our view of the anticipated slower growth in 2019 will affect each sector slightly differently. Risks and Opportunities are also discussed.…
 
For our first 2019 podcast, we introduce Eden Perry as the new head of U.S. Public Finance and discuss our view on state and local government risks and opportunities for the upcoming year.
 
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