Dec. 30, 2021

The History of Money w/ Nathan Lewis

The History of Money w/ Nathan Lewis

Investors can benefit from knowing where they stand in the cycles of history and economics. Nathan Lewis has written four books of monetary and economic history, exploring the ways in which societies get into trouble, and also,


Investors can benefit from knowing where they stand in the cycles of history and economics. Nathan Lewis has written four books of monetary and economic history, exploring the ways in which societies get into trouble, and also, how they can enjoy periods of enormous success.

Nathan Lewis has written four books on economic topics, and has been featured in television documentaries in the U.S., South Korea, China, Russia, and Britain. He has spoken at events hosted by the Cato Institute, Heritage Foundation, the American Principles Project, and others. He has testified in Congress on economic issues. His writing has appeared in many media outlets, including Forbes, the Financial Times, Huffington Post, Nikkei Business, Daily Reckoning, Worth, and other publications. He serves as a Fellow of the Wealth and Poverty program at the Discovery Institute.

He has fifteen years of experience in the asset-management industry. He formerly served as a macro analyst for institutional investors, and later helped manage money for hedge funds. Today, he is the editor of the Polaris Letter, an investment newsletter for the individual investor. His website is: newworldeconomics.com.