Gillem Tulloch – Think Piece

Published on
January 15th, 2015
13 minutes

Gillem Tulloch – Think Piece

Think Piece ·
Featuring Gillem Tulloch

Published on: January 15th, 2015 • Duration: 13 minutes

In the Think Piece series, some of the most lateral and brilliant thinkers in modern finance tell us what is on their mind at the moment. Consider it an informal walk around the inside of their heads. This week Gillem Tulloch, Founder of GMT Research, tells us what's on his radar.


  • SC
    Shaun C.
    27 August 2015 @ 17:46
    Spot on.
  • BC
    Bruce C.
    22 August 2015 @ 03:49
    Good sound, could understand fine!
  • TY
    Tyler Y.
    21 August 2015 @ 12:37
    Great last line to the interview. Very cogent thought process and excellent anchor points to his argument with net new credit relative to GDP. Scary times are upon many
  • DM
    Daniel M.
    18 August 2015 @ 02:48
    Nice piece
  • GT
    Graham T.
    17 August 2015 @ 12:12
    I guess the "tipping point" was the bursting of the stock market bubble and the "managed" lower currency is a consequence.
  • KB
    Keith B.
    16 August 2015 @ 23:55
    If his timing is " now" considering technology effects on oil production...this is all massively deflationary.
  • KB
    Keith B.
    16 August 2015 @ 23:54
    This seems so much more prescient now. Question is: the state has limitless resources and how long can the balloon be held in the air before it falls from its own weight....sound like Herb Stein.
  • KD
    Kevin D.
    4 June 2015 @ 18:12
    Great stuff. Gillem is way ahead of the curve on China, and producing eye opening hard analysis and numbers
  • TR
    Thomas R.
    27 January 2015 @ 14:45
    China created capacity, infrastructure and dragged millions from poverty. We claim it is broken. There will be restructuring, but at the end of it they will still have what they built. Jokes on us!
  • AA
    ALI A.
    22 January 2015 @ 12:28
    Nothing new or original here - the standard China bear case - over production, over leveraged, etc
  • RO
    Robert O.
    18 January 2015 @ 07:46
    How does China get around Herbert Stein's Law “If something cannot go on forever, it will stop.”? It won't but maybe they can learn from Japan and become a zombie or 20+ years.
  • LM
    Leland M.
    17 January 2015 @ 20:20
    For the first time with a RealVision video I found myself laughing at the end and I'm afraid its not a haha laugh but an oh shit laugh.
  • MM
    Myles M.
    16 January 2015 @ 08:26
    Great interview. I'm interested in the Japan/China QE currency war and how that plays out: there's no love lost between them and now Japan has declared military ambitions for the first time since WWII
  • sp
    shashwat p.
    16 January 2015 @ 03:11
    Delightful Interview. Though I agree 100% but the key point is that the "bust" will not occur till all asset prices are grotesquely distorted by mammoth credit expansion. Just like japan......
  • CB
    C B.
    15 January 2015 @ 17:03
    This analysis is spot on. More from Mr Tulloch please!
  • PH
    Philip H.
    15 January 2015 @ 16:33
    "Sobering" is an understatement. The question is what is the tipping point???