Danielle DiMartino Booth – Think Piece

Published on
January 12th, 2016
24 minutes

Danielle DiMartino Booth – Think Piece

Think Piece ·
Featuring Danielle DiMartino Booth

Published on: January 12th, 2016 • Duration: 24 minutes

Danielle DiMartino Booth, President of Money Strong LLC, leads a Think Piece on the core structural problems in the policy divergence of the Fed, laying out how American cities are impacted during periods of falling commodities, how the Fed is cornered by market forces, and suggesting the potential corporate American casualties of a recession.


  • PB
    Peter B.
    22 February 2016 @ 00:41
    "golf clap"
  • LP
    Lawrence P.
    1 February 2016 @ 17:56
    One of the most insightful interviews yet on RV. Would love to hear more of her thoughts as markets unfold for 2016.
  • DF
    Dave F.
    27 January 2016 @ 00:25
    Excellent insights. Simply amazing how these observations go unnoticed by the population at large. Sad for them - great for me/us.
  • NC
    Norman C.
    26 January 2016 @ 19:32
    Great piece! She's solid and should be on quarterly. Also, her blog is a must-read.
  • RM
    Robert M.
    26 January 2016 @ 06:42
    This interview convinced me to renew RealVision for another year. The best interview I have seen on RV.
  • SL
    Sandy L.
    24 January 2016 @ 17:33
    If one read Human Action, one would NOT label this as brilliant, or path breaking or any of undeserved accolades given out to this derivative think piece. Disappoting
  • EK
    Emil K.
    21 January 2016 @ 22:47
    Scorched-earth, eye-watering analysis. Devastating honesty. More please.
  • LV
    Lynn V.
    19 January 2016 @ 14:05
    Brilliant piece, explains in great detail the causalities of Fed decisions.
  • YM
    Yogesh M.
    18 January 2016 @ 03:36
    Who's gonna buy the homes from the boomers? Depends on where the central planners fix the prices of the homes, no?
  • YM
    Yogesh M.
    18 January 2016 @ 03:18
    So thrilling to hear about the challenges of market manipulation! Wow, that's a cool job!
  • TW
    Todd W.
    17 January 2016 @ 18:39
    Excellent work. Please have her back on a regular basis.
  • SF
    Steven F.
    17 January 2016 @ 16:44
    incredible,. please bring her back regularly.
  • GH
    Gregory H.
    17 January 2016 @ 03:49
    I work in the Municipal Space... it would be interesting to see how the FED would conduct purchases in a future QEx... how to fairly allocate where there are so many different issuers and CUSIPs
  • DR
    Daniel R.
    16 January 2016 @ 18:56
    Excellent. So glad she mentioned the impact on entrepreneurialism. Credit markets are so divorced from their supposed purpose of efficient allocation of capital, of course it affects the real economy.
  • KK
    Karl K.
    16 January 2016 @ 14:17
    This is why I subscribe to Real Vision. Concise, clear line of thinking with thought to ramifications of actions. She needs to be on a least once a quarter.
  • GC
    Gary C.
    16 January 2016 @ 05:08
    Great fantasy video: Pippa Malmgren and or Stephanie Pomboy and DD Booth discussing investment ideas, strategy,generational dynamics,probably would require a two part series. What a RV marketing piece
  • rB
    ryan B.
    16 January 2016 @ 05:06
  • GP
    Greg P.
    15 January 2016 @ 19:27
    WOW !!
  • CD
    Charles D.
    15 January 2016 @ 06:27
    As usual..blown away..one comment I liked was.."marry me"..yes..marry us all..hold our hand please and help us out of this maze.
  • JO
    John O.
    14 January 2016 @ 23:48
    So good I watched it twice!
  • TS
    Thomas S.
    14 January 2016 @ 23:44
    Wow! Not everyday you hear real straight forward talk from an insider. Like Donald Trump with an actual brain. Would Danielle consider running for President?
  • WS
    Wes S.
    14 January 2016 @ 23:39
    Incredibly honest, forthright, knowledgeable and informative...very intelligent person...still an insider desiring to save the status quo...nonetheless, thoroughly enjoyable...
  • DM
    Dennis M.
    14 January 2016 @ 20:00
    More of her, please . Very bright lady!
  • GM
    Gerald M.
    14 January 2016 @ 15:39
    Terrific interview. Smart, concise, articulate and troubling. I appreciate Danielle telling it like it is. I just wish she provided more advice on where we can go for cover.
  • PH
    Philip H.
    14 January 2016 @ 14:05
    What an awesome lady with a brutally frank description of where we are across the US economy! Last one out turn off the lights.....
  • BF
    Bruce F.
    14 January 2016 @ 13:35
  • AG
    Alex G.
    14 January 2016 @ 09:51
    Ill never learn this in school
  • TL
    T L.
    14 January 2016 @ 05:08
    put simply: you have to bring her back!
  • SL
    Steven L.
    14 January 2016 @ 04:44
    More please!! NYFed Reverse Repo is only running at ~100$B/day. Not even close to 2$T. What does that say about the rate hike?
  • mh
    mark h.
    14 January 2016 @ 02:11
    She's the smartest person coming out of the Fed that I've heard in a long time. Why isn't she president of the Dallas Fed?
  • DM
    Daniel M.
    13 January 2016 @ 23:45
    Marry me
  • DV
    David V.
    13 January 2016 @ 21:05
    Listen closely and you'll hear an insider admit that the Fed's failed policies created the problematic times we are living in.
  • HS
    Hubert S.
    13 January 2016 @ 19:46
    Hey, how smart and outspoken a lady. This was one of the best things ever on RVTV. Down the line, could we have a longer Interview with her, maybe a dialog wily Raoul or Grant ?
  • PV
    Peter V.
    13 January 2016 @ 19:16
    Such good sense. Thanks guys.
  • BD
    Bruce D.
    13 January 2016 @ 18:35
    If that discussion doesn't wake you up with the inherent risks associated with the monetary system, NOTHING will! Thank you Milton for providing these exceptional videos.
  • AA
    ALI A.
    13 January 2016 @ 14:11
    Observations that BX residential investments have crowded/priced out first time buyers is interesting... how much of the mkt did they/others take private though? and price move since?
  • RA
    Ricardo A.
    13 January 2016 @ 13:04
    You'll be dammed if you hold cash (~ min 2)? Wondering what she meant
  • WB
    William B.
    13 January 2016 @ 05:51
    Wonderful insights!!! Hope to hear more
  • CL
    Carlos L.
    13 January 2016 @ 02:16
    Brilliantly broken out, by one of our country's most insightful people..
  • GB
    Greg B.
    12 January 2016 @ 23:40
    The Fed WILL buy Municipal Bonds, highest electoral vote states first! If software is eating the world as Marc Andreessen is fond of saying, then the Fed is eating our future. Buckle up!
  • cb
    chris b.
    12 January 2016 @ 23:08
    30,000 apartments in Houston is nothing compared to the 35k-40k apartments in Melbourne Australia (and 20k for Brisbane) this year, for a population of just under 3mill there's 2016's story
  • LA
    Linda A.
    12 January 2016 @ 18:33
    Thoughtful analysis by a Fed insider. Baby boomers screwed of their retirement and millennials screwed of their peak earning years.
  • GT
    Graham T.
    12 January 2016 @ 17:38
    As you sow Central Bank Omnipotence, so shall you reap.
  • KO
    Kieran O.
    12 January 2016 @ 17:12
    The reason rates can't go negative is because we could see a mass exodus out of Mutual Funds?
  • BV
    Bryan V.
    12 January 2016 @ 16:23
    One of the more impressive interviews. This woman knows her stuff and isn't afraid to tell it like it is. It's what she admits that Central Bankers don't know that causes me concern.
  • RM
    Robert M.
    12 January 2016 @ 15:58
    Some very good commentary.
  • GG
    Guillermo G.
    12 January 2016 @ 15:54
    Very insightfull thinking with regards to the millenials. When you carry on with wrong economic policies for too long, you erase the growth potential for the next generation and it´s game over.for all
  • FS
    Fred S.
    12 January 2016 @ 14:50
    I guess we're back to gold and silver to preserve wealth in the foreseeable future. The consensus of those smarter than I is that everything else is doomed.
  • LS
    Leigh S.
    12 January 2016 @ 14:22
    I like the honestly, and the view on the debt problem. However nobody seems to know what to do. Hold on to your hat and wait for Lewis to write another book.