V Questions with Worth Wray

Published on
June 4th, 2015
16 minutes

V Questions with Worth Wray

V Questions ·
Featuring Worth Wray

Published on: June 4th, 2015 • Duration: 16 minutes

Worth Wray, Chief Strategist at Mauldin Economics, takes his turn in answering Real Vision's V Questions.


  • AG
    Alex G.
    17 May 2017 @ 00:32
    Nailed the bitcoin trade
  • IF
    Ian F.
    17 December 2015 @ 16:25
    Going back to this now that we know the answer to the Fed rate hike, this guy looks brilliant. Spot on with inflation being structural rather than cyclical, and the Fed recognizing that.
  • SC
    Steven C.
    14 December 2015 @ 17:03
    This "superstar" got the September (!) Fed rate hike really wrong. To paraphrase the best Keynes' observation: The Fed can stay irrational longer than you can stay awake.
  • A1
    Animal 1.
    8 September 2015 @ 20:55
    Fantastic! Brilliant insight.
  • TW
    Thomas W.
    9 June 2015 @ 20:08
    And if the criminal Fed DOESN'T RAISE raise rates, if it's all bluff and bluster to prolong the con, you WON'T want to be short emerging markets or currencies Reduce uncertainty. End The Fed.
  • GP
    Greg P.
    7 June 2015 @ 14:52
    I am with Shashwat in spades.And if you are going to make predictions,make lots of them with no time frame attached.
  • WW
    Worth W. | Contributor
    5 June 2015 @ 16:09
    Hey BM. The fact that Lagarde just publicly spoke out of turn suggests #Fed is more hawkish behind the scenes than markets realize. Drop me a line anytime on Twitter. @WorthWray
  • WW
    Worth W. | Contributor
    5 June 2015 @ 16:03
    For the record, (1) I am definitely not a Keynesian, (2) USTs are still safe haven assets... for the time being, & (3) I think we can all agree that Real Vision is badass. Thanks to Raoul & Grant!
  • WW
    Worth W. | Contributor
    5 June 2015 @ 16:02
    Thanks for your feedback, guys! Hope the interview was helpful.
  • BM
    B. M.
    5 June 2015 @ 15:44
    wonder if he would have said the same thing about interest rates if he had know of the IMF's comments on 6/4/15
  • sp
    shashwat p.
    5 June 2015 @ 08:02
    When smart people spout this kind of gobbledygook in response to the first question, you know that no one has a clue as to whats happening. End cognitive dissonance, end the FED already!!
  • RA
    Robert A.
    5 June 2015 @ 00:46
    Wow...Japan won't fight automation due to their work force restraint...they need to embrace it and will because it can be their savior....plus you get a stable society. Nice bit there Worth!
  • dd
    darrell d.
    4 June 2015 @ 20:49
    Don, I don't think he is a Keynesian. There was a hesitation on the long dated bonds ... It what he thinks will work for now.
  • db
    don b.
    4 June 2015 @ 18:32
    Gregory he is young and a Keynesian. i think Long Dated Treasuries could be a good short term play as well. But it is a U.S. Centric, bankers, Keynesian view in a world that is rejecting fiat & Keynes
  • JK
    Jon K.
    4 June 2015 @ 18:24
    I have a thesis of my own on destruction of price signals. I like this guy. True Austrian.
  • GH
    Gregory H.
    4 June 2015 @ 16:41
    Hey Don, not sure where the "Young Keynesian" comment came from... Being Long Long-Dated Treasuries is not crazy when you look at demographics and technologically induced income deflation in developed
  • db
    don b.
    4 June 2015 @ 16:12
    Young Keynesian who has never seen anything but Gibson's Paradox with it's risk free speculation for bond investors.
  • CC
    Christopher C.
    4 June 2015 @ 15:50
    Great Interview. Would love to see where this guy goes/does in the coming years/decades. I expect we may be looking at a future superstar.