Paul Sassi – Think Piece

Published on
October 6th, 2015
24 minutes

Paul Sassi – Think Piece

Think Piece ·
Featuring Paul Sassi

Published on: October 6th, 2015 • Duration: 24 minutes

San Francisco money manager Paul Sassi shares his thoughts on the impact of the commodity selloff on the US economy, China's 'sketchy' economic foundations, the US dollar conundrum and gives us a final overview on perennial punchbags the gold miners.


  • BC
    Ben1 C.
    30 November 2015 @ 10:15
    I love this video.
  • FT
    Frank T.
    23 October 2015 @ 23:07
    Crude is a distorted market, OPEC isn't exactly capitalism. The Saudis and Russians fight for market share in China. Then too, China and states sponsored enterprises aren't exactly capitalism.
  • SG
    Soren G.
    23 October 2015 @ 11:35
    I really like this interview. very down to earth, realistic and trader oriented.
  • WM
    Will M.
    14 October 2015 @ 23:02
    We have had some great pieces lately & Paul may not be an upper quartile interview but I enjoyed his "think" piece. Folks should not use the TROLL button without good reason & I saw no reason here.
  • AF
    Andrew F.
    14 October 2015 @ 18:59
    Feels a bit lost. Following what we already know.
  • AG
    Alexander G.
    14 October 2015 @ 12:05
    Not imprecise, just "hedging" his statements a lot. Don't know if he felt he had to. But who knows the future for certain? Questioning your own views is healthy.
  • SH
    Steve H.
    12 October 2015 @ 19:40
    Like a rudderless ship.
  • gs
    grant s.
    11 October 2015 @ 05:03
    Interesting but odd body language, He is very vague and comes off as unsure. Enjoyed it none the less
  • MR
    8 October 2015 @ 20:08
    it's not my intention to be unkind bur i found this below the RV standards. very poor and something i'd expect on CNBC.
  • sp
    shashwat p.
    7 October 2015 @ 04:56
    Free Cash Flow ? You are way out of tune with the times man! XD
  • CD
    Charles D.
    7 October 2015 @ 02:07
    I've been a investment and financial adviser for 48 years, mostly on Wall Street..this gentleman is spot on...and this Real TV is the best information conduit ever...Blessed to have found it.
  • BM
    Bill M.
    7 October 2015 @ 01:25
    A real guy, saying real things about the real world conditions! I really enjoyed his thoughts immensely.
  • MA
    Melanie A.
    7 October 2015 @ 01:09
    I'm surprised by the negativity - he was great. There are no certainties - agreed with his commodity views and liked the way he conveyed them as just that (views versus tablet-written truths). More!
  • PV
    Peter V.
    7 October 2015 @ 00:18
    I would take him over Burbank all day.
  • MS
    Marc S.
    6 October 2015 @ 22:24
    I enjoyed watching this. While Paul didn't put forth a perfectly coherent line of argument, it was interesting to follow the meandering of his thinking process—it's a think piece, after all
  • RM
    Richard M.
    6 October 2015 @ 22:12
    Not sure why all the negativity on this segment. Granted he's no Burbank but he wasn't bad (seemed spot on regarding tech). Maybe we are just getting jaded by the super high caliber we usually see!
  • VK
    Vinay K.
    6 October 2015 @ 21:38
    pretty unimpressive relative to Burbank etc...
  • RM
    Randal M.
    6 October 2015 @ 15:12
    "i'm not saying" "I'm not forecasting" "it's complicated" is lower gas prices helpful? "maybe" inflation=economic health?.... BS... "I think.." "it should". Wants to postulate without commitment.
  • CC
    Christopher C.
    6 October 2015 @ 14:54
    Paul is a little imprecise, and unfocused in regards to his analysis. The themes he put forward make sense but his supporting arguments are definitely not as well developed as those of other guests.
  • TJ
    Terry J.
    6 October 2015 @ 14:52
    Some very interesting insights on commodities, technology and China.