Ask Me Anything with Julian – May 15, 2020 (LIVE)

Published on
May 15th, 2020
62 minutes

Ask Me Anything with Julian – May 15, 2020 (LIVE)

Insider Talks ·
Featuring Julian Brigden

Published on: May 15th, 2020 • Duration: 62 minutes

Julian will be going live to follow up on his In Focus piece, "Inflation Hedges Continued," that published yesterday, May 14th, as well as answer any questions that Pro and Blacklist members have at 1 PM EST on May 15th.


  • SB
    Stephen B.
    29 May 2020 @ 13:51
    UK part of NAFTA (effectively)? That would be a good outcome for Brexit.
  • VR
    Vince R.
    19 May 2020 @ 02:11
    do you guys do a sound check before going live??? very frustrating to spend an hour and struggling to understand what Julian is saying because of the echo.. Where is the transcript?
    • MR
      Milton R. | Founder
      19 May 2020 @ 13:24
      Sorry Vince, this issue slipped through as Julian's never had issues like this in the past. We'll double check these details for future live sessions.
    • RG
      Razmig G.
      21 May 2020 @ 05:00
      I tried to listen to it again today. Download and listen to it trough a software that has an equalizer. I raised the treble and decreased the bass to a zero. Made a big difference. Hope it helps.
  • BM
    Brook M.
    18 May 2020 @ 03:11
    Love this line about commodities, “You gotta be bloody careful with this shit...”. 😂
    • DR
      Derrick R.
      20 May 2020 @ 16:46
      I thoroughly enjoy the straight-talk from Julian!
  • BR
    Brian R.
    20 May 2020 @ 06:31
    thanks Julian. I have been thinking about the 60's 70's analogy for a while even before the crash. The lead up to s and p peak was similar (U/E etc). The 1920's was similar with old days ETF's and buy backs (mutual funds) and now modern day ETF's - ie lack of price sensitivity. Correct me if I am wrong but the difference now is that the Fed is in town (along with other issues in the 1920's) who is not going to let this drop not like the 1920's. Surely the coming calamity of defaults (which by no means am I discounting the severity) will only come in drips or waves which surely the Fed could handle - therefore, likely buy dips on risk/gold/silver or reflation to the election as long as Trump is favourite. At some point there is going to be a problem with all the Fed 'loans' you would expect (stagflation), but personally I think it could be in part about getting Trump through the election and if you're bringing business home then you need a weak USD - 1972 election right before oil crisis - I think. Many thanks again for all your great work, it's a really big help and I hope to have a question next time - thank you Brian
  • TB
    Thibault B.
    18 May 2020 @ 22:11
    Thanks for answering our questions Julian. Interesting that, although you are frequently shorter-term than Raoul, you seem to be trading one step beyond him now.
  • KK
    K K.
    18 May 2020 @ 16:51
    audio quality off par
  • JL
    J L.
    18 May 2020 @ 08:27
    julian go brrrrr julian go jim rogers
  • AK
    Adam K.
    17 May 2020 @ 23:10
    This alpha signals product sounds pretty amazing. Are we seeing this signal in your trade recommendations? Could you please include those trade signals in the portfolio updates/reports? Thanks Julian!
  • MA
    Michael A.
    17 May 2020 @ 22:50
    Thank you for sharing your wisdom. Need a new microphone. Often could not understand you.
  • AB
    Aditya B.
    17 May 2020 @ 22:47
    very helpful. Thanks! Can we please do something about the audio quality? may be a headset will help??
  • GW
    Geoff W.
    17 May 2020 @ 16:10
    Thank you Julian, really appreciate the effort to give us such insights and literally answer anything thrown at you!