The 800-Pound Central Bank Gorilla – Live with Christophe Ollari

Published on
January 21st, 2020
Duration
47 minutes


The 800-Pound Central Bank Gorilla – Live with Christophe Ollari

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Featuring Christophe Ollari

Published on: January 21st, 2020 • Duration: 47 minutes

The razor-sharp, renowned risk-taker Christophe Ollari joins us live for a deep dive into the giant “buy everything” trade pushed on investors by central banks. The Ollari Consulting founder will explain why central bank liquidity is currently trumping usual market movers such as geopolitics and macro factors, and explore why valuations mean nothing in a central bank regime. What could be the trigger for a reversal of the current dynamic? Which central banker would be brave enough to push the “stop” button on the “monetary Ritalin” (Hat-tip to former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher)? Tune in for Christophe’s must-watch analysis on Thursday, January 23, at 8am, EST. For a more in- depth view, please find Christophe’s original reports here: https://www.realvision.com/access/issues/known-unknowns-and-known-knowns ; https://www.realvision.com/access/issues/a-giant-nash-equilibrium

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  • MG
    Miguel G.
    24 January 2020 @ 15:29
    A FWIW there is a hyper link offered to viewers if you want to get to understand his views. Unfortunately the message in the video is lost due to poor audio. Probably not a bad idea to listen to the video before posting to make sure its of high quality for the people that pay for this service. Ive been a long time sub of real vision from MI, Real vision tv, and now real vision access I love their service and its 9 times out of 10 of high quality. Im a little disappointed with Real Vision Access thus far as this isn't the only video that has poor audio. I hope Real Vision improves this audio issues during future interviews. Thank you Ollari for committing your time.
    • RP
      Raoul P. | Founder
      25 January 2020 @ 00:39
      We are working hard on this issues. Live is a new beast for us and it leaves us in the hands of the internet gods.
    • MG
      Miguel G.
      27 January 2020 @ 16:25
      Thanks Raoul Im sure you and your teammates will get it right.
  • PU
    Peter U.
    24 January 2020 @ 12:01
    is there a transcript for this. Good interview, poor audio quality.
    • MG
      Miguel G.
      24 January 2020 @ 15:22
      I second that was excited to listen to this interview only to be disappointed by how awful the audio is. Would help if you offered sub titles.
  • VS
    Victor S. | Contributor
    23 January 2020 @ 16:42
    WITH ALL DUR RESPECT THE INTERVIEW IS VERY DIFFICULT TO LISTEN TO AS THE FRENCH ACCENT WAS REALLY STRONG BUT ADD THE SOUND QUALITY THAT FOR THIS SKYPE (??) TRANSMISSION WAS POOR. THE COMBO WAS A LOSER . MAYBE ITS JUST ME ?
    • PS
      Peter S.
      23 January 2020 @ 21:49
      Agree, accent is okey but the sound quality is challenging to listen to
    • JG
      JAMES G.
      24 January 2020 @ 04:33
      I agree and am waiting for the transcript as I see no point in continuing with this video.
  • NL
    Nikola L.
    23 January 2020 @ 22:38
    Now is the perfect time to short AUD. Yesterday Oz reported "strong" employment numbers and AUD jumped. All jobs were part time - full time jobs were negative. These part time jobs are already gone as Christmas is over. Plus bush fires cut most of the part time jobs that were to last until March. China is slowing and can't afford 2016 style stimulus and China is 30% of Oz exports - mainly Iron Ore and Coal. There are other pointers but this is the big picture.