“Growing U.S. budget deficits, potential interest rate increases, a weakening US Dollar and the bond bull market ending may signal…”
Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed returning guest, hedge fund industry veteran and financial blogger, Doug Noland, of the well known financial blog, the Credit Bubble Bulletin https://creditbubblebulletin.blogspot…
Doug has worked in the hedge fund industry for over 25 years, he’s a follower of the Austrian School Economics, he has been writing the popular and well known (at least in the financial industry) Credit Bubble Bulletin financial blog since before the technology bubble burst, and now Doug works with David McAlvany over at McAlvany Financial where he helps setup segregated/separate account portfolio, the McAlvany Wealth Management https://mwealthm.com/ (MWM) Tactical Short strategy.
During this 40+ minute interview, Jason starts off by asking Doug about how many different credit bubbles and asset bubbles are there?
Doug says there’s literally dozens. Jason then asks Doug if there’s a lot of new ones that are over $1 trillion in size now?
Doug thinks that the US’ growing budget deficits, potential interest rate increases, a weakening US Dollar and the bond bull market ending may signal some of these credit bubbles like the sub prime auto loan bubble are in big trouble.
Jason also asks Doug about China’s rapidly growing credit bubble, increasing volatility in the stock market and asset prices, how he researches stocks to short, and if he sees any bargains to buy right now.
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