Ben Hunt

Published on
November 10th, 2014
Topic
Psychology, Politics, Monetary policy
Duration
50 minutes
Asset class
Currencies

Ben Hunt

The Interview ·
Featuring Ben Hunt

Published on: November 10th, 2014 • Duration: 50 minutes • Asset Class: Currencies • Topic: Psychology, Politics, Monetary policy

Beginning with the words 'History doesn't repeat, but it sure does rhyme', Salient Partners CRO and author of Epsilon Theory, Ben Hunt applies the dual lenses of game theory and history to geopolitical economics, and the power of narratives on the markets of China, Russia, and Europe. A thought-provoking and engaging perspective to expand your mind.

Comments

  • JF
    John F.
    8 October 2016 @ 03:54
    With regard to the independence of the American media: I can go overseas and read in their newspaper what the issues of conflict are, in the trade agreement our allies will not sign, and understand why. The US media never covers the provocation. I can’t believe Mr. Hunt is that naïve. Ironically, provocation is legal defense under the UCMJ.
  • JF
    John F.
    8 October 2016 @ 03:33
    If history has shown the persecuted become the persecutors, then should we conclude that China will find a way to cripple Japan? (and feel vindicated?)
  • RP
    Richard P.
    25 June 2015 @ 03:15
    Great insight- agree the last two minutes dished out some good investing strategy!! Well done Grant!!!!
  • JS
    John S.
    24 June 2015 @ 23:46
    Enjoyed this just as much the second time around. Would love to hear more from Ben.
  • CT
    Claudia T.
    24 June 2015 @ 19:29
    so much great insight: "you don't play the game, you play the player". Fantastic. Please more from Ben.
  • GT
    Graham T.
    9 March 2015 @ 18:47
    an original thinker that i have never come across before. i wonder if the market progresses (after a steep correction) just on the fact that the "central bank omnipotence " is over
  • BW
    Bruce W.
    29 November 2014 @ 12:32
    Very bright guy who has thought deeply about geopolitical trends-one of the better RealVision videos.
  • ml
    michael l.
    18 November 2014 @ 01:53
    A very stimulating piece. Well done.
  • JH
    John H.
    17 November 2014 @ 08:07
    the last 2 minutes were priceless. Chanos agrees: short the RMB.
  • JA
    John A.
    16 November 2014 @ 10:35
    Mind blown. This realvision thing just might work fellas.
  • TJ
    Tay J.
    15 November 2014 @ 23:34
    Provocative perspective! Looking forward to hearing from Ben again.... (kudos to the cameraman as well, I.e. Nicely framed.)
  • RP
    Raoul P. | Founder
    15 November 2014 @ 15:56
    Access to a unique thought process is a rare and valuable thing. Well done Grant and Ben. Incredible stuff and eye opening. More !!
  • RS
    Roger S.
    12 November 2014 @ 19:57
    I have been a reader of Ben's Epsilon Theory since he began writing it and he has opened my eyes to considerations to make in my trading that escaped me before. An outstanding thinker.
  • JS
    John S.
    12 November 2014 @ 12:37
    Excellent discussion
  • KF
    Kieran F.
    12 November 2014 @ 07:11
    Brilliant.
  • GR
    Guido R.
    11 November 2014 @ 14:23
    and concomitant loss of purchasing power thus wealth. Politics of the right, the center or the left are all constrained by the monetary system. A system that juridically precludes ultimate ownership
  • GR
    Guido R.
    11 November 2014 @ 14:20
    The past 60 years of presumed political plurality and economic freedom in the West have resulted in exactly the same outcome across the board. An increase in the cost of living and concomitant loss of
  • GR
    Guido R.
    11 November 2014 @ 14:19
    The result of political uncertainty will be an increase in money and credit, just as political certainty leads to exactly the same result: an increase in money and credit in circulation. The past 60

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