Dr. Pippa Malmgren – Part One

Published on
May 15th, 2015
Topic
Monetary policy, US Economy
Duration
52 minutes

Dr. Pippa Malmgren – Part One

The Interview ·
Featuring Dr. Pippa Malmgren

Published on: May 15th, 2015 • Duration: 52 minutes • Topic: Monetary policy, US Economy

Dr. Pippa Malmgren, best-selling author of the book 'Signals' and former Economic Advisor to two U.S. presidents, sits with Real Vision for the first part in a transfixing two-hour interview. In part one, Pippa takes us inside the minds of policymakers in Washington, examines the manipulation of economic models, discusses the hubris of the Fed, and explains the erosion of their fundamental faith in markets.

Comments

  • E
    Erik .
    15 May 2015 @ 16:26
    Absolutely superb global analyses. It goes to show experience just can not be bought! Well done on securing the interview.
  • GT
    Graham T.
    15 May 2015 @ 16:28
    Looks like Mackay is going to have to add another chapter to his book. Anyone have is number?
  • BL
    Bruce L.
    15 May 2015 @ 17:28
    Brilliant. I'd say Pippa for President but I wouldn't actually wish that on her.
  • MR
    MIGUEL R.
    15 May 2015 @ 18:00
    we need to see a policy maker interviewed on RVTV, Pippa would be the perfect intervewer to lull them into a false sense of comfort.
  • KE
    Kenan E.
    15 May 2015 @ 18:35
    I CAN NOT BELIEVE WHAT I AM HEARING. Did she really say the leaders of the free wolrd lost faith in free markets AND they think that they can control EVERYTHING. This will end VERY UGLY!!!
  • TH
    Timo H.
    15 May 2015 @ 18:49
    I'll pay 100 bucks to see the part 2 right away!
  • JS
    John S.
    15 May 2015 @ 22:49
    Absolutely superb. Can't wait for part 2.
  • WH
    Wayne H.
    15 May 2015 @ 22:53
    Excellent interview. You can't find Pippa's level of insight many places. The disconnect between the regulators and "the market" explains a great deal.
  • RA
    Robert A.
    16 May 2015 @ 00:08
    The reason the interview ran a little "long" for me is that I stopped it in the middle to order her book from Amazon! Macro Politcal/Economics at it's very best----again, thank you Grant and Raoul.
  • JA
    John A.
    16 May 2015 @ 07:13
    Exhilarating. The best interview yet, and that is saying A LOT!
  • mr
    mayank r.
    16 May 2015 @ 08:56
    the best one yet... eagerly awaiting part 2
  • HS
    Hubert S.
    16 May 2015 @ 10:05
    Great so far. I hope Grant asked Pippa in part 2 about the guy in Belgium who bought all these Treasuries.
  • KE
    Kenan E.
    16 May 2015 @ 10:37
    The consequense of what she is saying simply is "there will be no return to free markets anytime soon" at least no "voluntary" one. If the markets don't behave ...
  • RB
    Roy B.
    16 May 2015 @ 20:04
    The image of Gollum squattring atop the door to the oval office is frightening. But she may be right.
  • RP
    Richard P.
    16 May 2015 @ 21:12
    Best conversation/interview yet. Left with the impression that life in the USA is going to get tough for the working class folks.
  • WA
    WAYNE A.
    17 May 2015 @ 00:16
    Pippa for President
  • AD
    Anthony D.
    17 May 2015 @ 03:49
    This is the finest interview segment you've offered to date. The insight into the "priesthood" of the Fed is compelling.
  • DR
    Daniel R.
    17 May 2015 @ 05:58
    Utterly compelling narrative. What I love about RVTV is the depth and breadth of the intellectual gene pool. This is the most schooled I've felt in ages.
  • SD
    Shyam D.
    17 May 2015 @ 06:41
    Lets bring on Mark Dow to counter this. He s worked on both policy/imf and runs money now.
  • AB
    Arthur B.
    17 May 2015 @ 14:57
    This is the most enlightening and entertaining presentation presented by realvisiontv yet.
  • wg
    william g.
    17 May 2015 @ 16:35
    Was about to terminate the interview half way through. Glad I didn't. Fascinating second half. The end game of the FED, an the ONLY game, is to inflate out of the abyss. Hence, the classic struggle.
  • HL
    Heinrich L.
    17 May 2015 @ 19:16
    Excellent. So true there is no belief in the free market anymore. Socialism is coming to the western world and history will repeat itself. Best interview so far.
  • SP
    Steve P.
    18 May 2015 @ 00:20
    What an outstanding interview - congrats. RV. This provided a very real look at global macro events and how those at the top attempt to drive economies and financial systems. Superb insights!!
  • RO
    Robert O.
    18 May 2015 @ 03:37
    The ring of power had to be destroyed in Mount Doom to free middle earth. Ron Paul could have been the Hobbit that freed the world. But there was never really much hope, just a fool's hope.
  • sp
    shashwat p.
    18 May 2015 @ 07:02
    LOL... We are doomed!!!
  • AE
    Alex E.
    18 May 2015 @ 09:12
    WOW!!! I see why people want to talk to this lady! One of the smartest people I've ever listened to! Grant & Raoul, you two have outdone yourselves, yet again!! Can't wait for round 2! Bravo...
  • KS
    Kathleen S.
    18 May 2015 @ 14:59
    Loved interview, but what about the fact that the political process and thus policy has been captured by the bankers? Politicians are nothing but figure heads to political machines -ALEC
  • SS
    Stewart S.
    18 May 2015 @ 19:50
    fantastic presentation . Maybe she should run against Hillary
  • JM
    Jon M.
    19 May 2015 @ 00:52
    Thank God for Pippa. She truly sees the big picture: a multidimensional game of musical chairs.
  • BR
    Bill R.
    19 May 2015 @ 01:45
    Great interview Pippa truly understands the world and fantastic ability to explain what's going on so anyone can understand
  • KT
    Kevin T.
    19 May 2015 @ 18:09
    I think she's right that policymakers will choose inflation as the least painful form of default. I have trouble squaring this with rainmaker's buy bonds recommendation. Amazing interview!
  • LD
    Lionel D.
    20 May 2015 @ 00:07
    Terrifying!
  • MB
    Martin B.
    20 May 2015 @ 01:16
    Very interesting while frightening also. I can't help but feel that Dr. Malmgren is holding back on the sinister nature of this and the obviously catastrophic end game. She's an insider after all.
  • MB
    Martin B.
    20 May 2015 @ 02:12
    The 'it's all good fun' communication of the incompetence of these administrators and burearcrats is unsettling. These same .gov 'people' fund the MIC, condoning war and human suffering after all.
  • VP
    Victor P.
    20 May 2015 @ 15:34
    Very good interview, but spoiled by the BS "US has a great and robust economy". Obviously socializing with politicians in DC is contagious :)
  • DH
    Dale H.
    21 May 2015 @ 03:57
    Great conversation. I also think the U.S. Is making too many enemies in her economic/military pivot to Asia. NZ and Australia have huge trade with China. NZ, 1980s spurned the U.S. (Nukes). TPP also?
  • CU
    Clay U.
    21 May 2015 @ 19:22
    Best segment I've seen on RVTV. What about another 'Chain' that starts with Pippa and heads in the direction of policy makers as opposed to traders?
  • KS
    Kenneth S.
    23 May 2015 @ 17:47
    Enjoyable and full of enlightenment.
  • CT
    Craig T.
    23 May 2015 @ 22:59
    I always suspected US guvmint economic policy makers were clueless. Pippa has confirmed my darkest thoughts; that they actually believe they have control.. Now I'm afraid for my future.
  • AL
    Alex L.
    25 May 2015 @ 19:21
    Time to buy more gold.
  • ED
    Edward D.
    27 May 2015 @ 15:27
    Many fascinating insights into world political dynamics. The best of the best!
  • DS
    Daniel S.
    28 May 2015 @ 13:28
    "Air Force One!! It's Miiiiiiine!!!" Absolutely incisive. Thanks guys, brilliant.
  • tn
    tung n.
    27 June 2015 @ 06:10
    Pip is hot!
  • FS
    Fred S.
    12 July 2015 @ 01:40
    I've watched this one many times and i'm still learning from it. I think one of the best, if not THE best interview on the platform!
  • DS
    DAVID S.
    3 February 2016 @ 14:17
    Pippa 's interview is a 'must see' and her book is a must 'read' . what an amazing present!! Well done
  • TS
    Thomas S.
    10 February 2016 @ 06:43
    A+ + More from Pippa please!
  • B
    Bojo .
    20 April 2016 @ 19:58
    Brilliant! Great insights and a very engaging style of speaking. Plus, it is nice to see feminine radiance in the world of men and women behaving as men.
  • us
    urska s.
    16 May 2016 @ 13:53
    Still relevant 1 year later....
  • BC
    Brian C.
    14 August 2016 @ 05:56
    Incredible insider perspectives on the disconnect between regulators and markets.
  • JF
    John F.
    8 October 2016 @ 00:20
    On modified economic indicators: Starting in 1981 the Inventory to Sales Ratio went from LIFO to FIFO which resulted in the distinctive pattern of the business cycle being muted. The Wall Street Journal at the time declared the business cycle dead.
  • JF
    John F.
    8 October 2016 @ 00:25
    From 2003 to 2007 the real estate appraisers at the banks contributed to the inflated prices. Since the 1970's economists had watched the rise of consumer short-term debt. Greenspan before Congress said: let them use the equity in their home. Corporations are use to borrowing long-term to get over short-term losses; however, the consumer does not have that discipline and spent it on SUV's, remodeling the home and big weddings for children. This response by the consumer fanned the flames of default.
  • JF
    John F.
    8 October 2016 @ 00:35
    Re: Inelasticity of Food and Rents to come down with commodity prices in our current situation. The same thing occurred from 1920-1930 (see Prices by Warren and Pearson 1933 Chapter 11. And in the 1980's we called it stag-flation. ie: real wages decline.
  • JF
    John F.
    8 October 2016 @ 00:39
    re: The pending shift to inflation. The subject is historically covered for the period March 1933 - August 1934 in Prices by Warren & Pearson (1933) Chapter 9, Figure 7 on page 192. Ladies and gentlemen start adjusting your measuring tools to forecast our transition date ahead.

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