Dr. Pippa Malmgren – Part Two

Published on
May 22nd, 2015
Topic
Sentiment, Europe, Monetary policy
Duration
53 minutes
Asset class
Currencies

Dr. Pippa Malmgren – Part Two

The Interview ·
Featuring Dr. Pippa Malmgren

Published on: May 22nd, 2015 • Duration: 53 minutes • Asset Class: Currencies • Topic: Sentiment, Europe, Monetary policy

In the second part of what many viewers are calling the best interview so far on Real Vision, Dr. Pippa Malmgren, best-selling author of the book 'Signals' and former Economic Advisor to two U.S. presidents, expands on the ECB actions in the Eurozone and the unintended consequences those actions are having, and explains how volatility has now moved from markets to politics.

Comments

  • AV
    Alex V.
    19 November 2016 @ 04:31
    Great call on the Presidential Electional, so far out. Please bring her back soon, incredible insight.
  • AH
    Andy H.
    3 December 2015 @ 21:46
    I found this so interesting
  • CB
    Cliff B.
    13 June 2015 @ 12:06
    Excellent!! I especially liked the comments about social and political volatility. I gave me a whole new appreciation of what is happening in the world.
  • CT
    Craig T.
    8 June 2015 @ 21:41
    After Pippa's talk, I understand the bizarre policy actions of the USgov. It's just a balance of political pain and economic pain. No long term plan. No plan at all!
  • LV
    Luís V.
    1 June 2015 @ 15:30
    Excellent narrative and logical consequences from the mad situation we´re in. But there is some elasticity in the concepts used re social contract. Can it be called contract if enforced unilaterally?
  • G
    Gavin .
    1 June 2015 @ 00:32
    Pippa's comment about hyperinflation not being a concern stood out. I am in the camp that loss of confidence in the USD may lead to that but it was dismissed. All in all great interview
  • JH
    John H.
    31 May 2015 @ 18:31
    I would love to know the robotics play she is involved with. we need productivity growth! I think she is sanguine because she has seen this movie before. read "the dying of money."
  • JD
    John D.
    31 May 2015 @ 10:44
    Extraordinary breadth of insight.
  • ED
    Edward D.
    31 May 2015 @ 00:40
    This a extraordinary conversation. It would be great to have her on periodically to comment on recent events. Well done!
  • KT
    Kevin T.
    29 May 2015 @ 16:36
    "You could tax 100% of people 100% and still have a hole"..."Partisan gridlock guarantees inflation will be the method of default" - 20 yrs from now many will ask how they didn't see it coming...
  • SV
    Stefan V.
    27 May 2015 @ 19:18
    Supressed volatility in financial markets morphing into real world volatility aka social unrest. That concept alone is worth the price of 1 year subscription. Thank you RV and Pippa.
  • AE
    Alex E.
    27 May 2015 @ 08:21
    Double WOW!! I was mesmerized...Thank you, Grant for asking the questions I wanted to hear the answers to. Scary stuff, indeed yet fascinating all at the same time! This is why I subscribe...
  • GR
    Guido R.
    27 May 2015 @ 05:56
    I like her but she stopped short of stating the obvious. The only way a new social contract can be achieved without bloodshed is by reducing the size of the recipients of tax money including the UN
  • AL
    Alex L.
    25 May 2015 @ 20:49
    She thinks the US has no choice but to inflate away its massive debt. But then she says there won't be hyperinflation and inflation will be around 2-3% max... But you can't have both!!
  • sp
    shashwat p.
    25 May 2015 @ 08:43
    there are enough USDs to cause hyperinflation in the US. They exist outside US and if the confidence in the system is lost, they will return. its just a confidence game
  • sp
    shashwat p.
    25 May 2015 @ 08:25
    she recognizes that vol is seeping into the political sphere and yet she seems so sanguine. fact is always stranger than fiction. tighten your seat belts and hang on to your hats
  • PL
    Paul L.
    25 May 2015 @ 05:50
    Walmart just had a horrible earnings miss and she thinks they need to raise wages?
  • PL
    Paul L.
    25 May 2015 @ 05:47
    Bi-partisanship is way over rated. Just shackles us with more laws.
  • PL
    Paul L.
    25 May 2015 @ 05:45
    Without Ross Perot there would have been no Bill Clinton
  • SL
    Steven L.
    25 May 2015 @ 01:05
    Dr. Malmgren's ability to add a historical perspective to today's political/financial environment is incredibly useful. I'll definitely be reading her book. Grant is a brilliant interviewer!
  • IK
    Ian K.
    24 May 2015 @ 08:10
    Google search results say the bazooka has been fired. Anyone know what the bazooka really is? OK... back to listening.
  • RA
    Robert A.
    24 May 2015 @ 00:16
    Wow....."you can't be the Social Glue AND the Hammer". Never mind Buffet's 6 figure lunches, how much to attend one of Pippa's Sunday luncheons?
  • RA
    Robert A.
    24 May 2015 @ 00:13
    Only RV could have allowed us into "Pippa's Parlour" where we could hear her finish her thoughts without constant annoying interrupt. Thanks again RV.
  • CC
    Charles C.
    23 May 2015 @ 22:49
    Pipps's grasp of the interconnection of markets, politics and society and her ability to explain it are phenomenal. Clearly one of the best interviews so far. Thanks.
  • SB
    Sergei B.
    23 May 2015 @ 20:45
    Volatility cannot be created or destroyed, only transformed from one area of human enterprise into another. Pippa's law of conservation of volatility.
  • JS
    John S.
    23 May 2015 @ 09:18
    Pippa was outstanding. A fine job by Grant conducting the interview. Keep up the good work.
  • DR
    Daniel R.
    23 May 2015 @ 07:33
    "Suppressing volatility in the financial indices pushes volatility into real markets and politics" - what an insight! One of so many. Kudos Grant for an excellent interview.
  • DF
    Dominic F.
    23 May 2015 @ 06:30
    Pippa is a smart lady who somehow makes really depressing stuff seem like fun. Good interview Grant, you guys covered a lot of ground.
  • GW
    Grant W. | Founder
    23 May 2015 @ 04:29
    Bill, the book to which I was referring was Tim Geithner's book, Stress Test: Reflections on Financial Crises. It's not a great read but there are some interesting bits in there...
  • BB
    Bill B.
    22 May 2015 @ 22:39
    Yes, do it again sometime. Also, what was the euro crisis book that Garat mentioned.
  • je
    james e.
    22 May 2015 @ 22:17
    Excellent interview. Can we bring her back long enough to ask her how she is/would be invested. She is outstanding.
  • AH
    Andrew H.
    22 May 2015 @ 20:17
    Who would down vote that interview???
  • CH
    Colin H.
    22 May 2015 @ 18:14
    She's good. Long form suits her ideas
  • db
    don b.
    22 May 2015 @ 17:07
    Pippa is the female version of Jim Rickards. It seems like the elephant in the room is a deep captured SEC and Washington by the banks and the Fed. No mention of that or really anything else. #Insider
  • PT
    Philip T.
    22 May 2015 @ 17:04
    Part 3 -- Please, please!
  • PR
    Peter R.
    22 May 2015 @ 17:03
    Brilliant, far reaching conversation about many issues which never seem to be discussed in the usual financial media. Pippa has tremendous insights into how all this stuff fits together. Thanks.
  • WM
    William M.
    22 May 2015 @ 17:02
    What a brilliant, well-informed, articulate, attractive, charming woman! Pippa for President!
  • bp
    bart p.
    22 May 2015 @ 14:24
    The 'social contract' is not a contract, a contract is not based on the initiation of force.

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