Interview with Dr. Pippa Malmgren

Published on
May 30th, 2016
Topic
Fiscal Policy, Politics, Brexit
Duration
32 minutes
Asset class
Equities

Interview with Dr. Pippa Malmgren

The Interview ·
Featuring Dr. Pippa Malmgren

Published on: May 30th, 2016 • Duration: 32 minutes • Asset Class: Equities • Topic: Fiscal Policy, Politics, Brexit

In these tumultuous political times, we welcome back to Real Vision Dr. Pippa Malmgren, former advisor to President George W. Bush and Founder of H Robotics and DRPM Group, to hear her invaluable take on Brexit, anti-EU sentiment in Europe, and the upcoming U.S. election.

Comments

  • VS
    Victor S. | Contributor
    7 November 2016 @ 18:42
    I am a generally a fan and bought her book. However Pippa's comment that the UK would be ok in or out of the EU reminds me of obama saying in Argentina that communism and Capitalism are the same? UK freedom would not exist IN THE EU. The EU will collapse most likely next year in the elections of France. I highly suggest that Pippa rethink that wealth and success is based on liberty and real ,not crony Capitalism.
  • VK
    Viresh K.
    14 July 2016 @ 14:19
    Good interview Pippa! However, do you feel there is some rationality in what millennials think - the way politics is affected by big money interest and is being increasingly so (TTIP and TTP) means some of their concerns are justified. Especially since the Establishment candidates are the people who are funded by these interests? Thanks
  • MH
    Michael H.
    19 June 2016 @ 20:14
    Superb interview. The UK might just as well vote for Brexit now, as it seems the EU is going to eventually fall apart anyway. If the UK decides to stay, then I would put money on it that Germany will be the fist to leave the sinking ship!
  • MZ
    Mike Z.
    13 June 2016 @ 02:30
    Way too short an interview for one as well versed as Pippa. Otherwise, awesome.
  • JP
    Jonathan P.
    11 June 2016 @ 03:30
    Absolutely amazing. Please have her on again!
  • WM
    Will M.
    8 June 2016 @ 01:29
    Good interview with Pippa showing her usual high quality interpretative skills and special insights. Brexit comments seemed very sound and reasonable. In three weeks we will find out if the polls are fair or really, really close.
  • M
    Mark .
    7 June 2016 @ 21:15
    Education is extreamly overpriced and inflexible in the USA. Atomize the whole system. That would help a ton, but it’s politically impossible.
  • AV
    Alvern V.
    3 June 2016 @ 18:36
    Inflation is present with food, healthcare, asset prices, but lacks velocity of money. I'd like to hear about the conflict of inflation vs the decline demographics in industrialized nations.
  • CM
    C M.
    3 June 2016 @ 17:47
    Otherwise, a good interview!
  • CM
    C M.
    3 June 2016 @ 16:21
    "It's not the Millennials fault...they can't find a job." Please! I almost vomited in the rubbish bin. How about NOT going to univ if you intend to waste your parent's money on gender studies a how to be a swell "activist." We are all doomed because common sense and self-reliance are extinct!
  • tw
    tony w.
    3 June 2016 @ 07:00
    If Britain leaves the EU, there's a strong possibility that Scotland will succeed and thus remain in the EU. This cannot be good for the long term future of England, as there will be no UK. The ?Russians are loving this thoughts please. Tony W
  • JO
    John O.
    2 June 2016 @ 15:43
    Pippa has the millennials nailed perfectly - and we are doomed. Trump, however, is talking sense to a wider demographic (than just Archie Bunker) about immigration. Scott Adams is spot on. And so is brexitthemovie.com
  • CH
    Chuck H.
    2 June 2016 @ 15:37
    Fantastic
  • SB
    Stewart B.
    1 June 2016 @ 21:59
    Fantastically insightful as always. Hope to see back in future episodes.
  • LM
    Lars M.
    1 June 2016 @ 14:02
    Good piece. I think a central cause of the "anger" is the feeling that the game is rigged against you, not just have your cake and eat it too.
  • KB
    Kreso B.
    1 June 2016 @ 13:57
    I can see how Pippa worked in White House. Talking half an hour without saying anything.
  • HL
    Heinrich L.
    1 June 2016 @ 10:30
    Excellent. Peace is the time between two wars!!!
  • rc
    random c.
    1 June 2016 @ 01:35
    Russia afraid of british (army)...hmmm
  • TS
    Thomas S.
    1 June 2016 @ 01:24
    I'm a boomer and don't expect fairness. Just don't won't corruption. Expect leaders to not be for sale. Hillary is completely for sale. The hope is Trump isn't even though he is a buffoon.
  • TS
    Thomas S.
    1 June 2016 @ 01:21
    Great stuff, but why surprise about politics. Pols are foremost for sale to special interest groups, 2nd put pol. party before country. Big banks are corrupt. Public corps. are run to benefit execs
  • PN
    Philip N.
    31 May 2016 @ 23:20
    And we can't have another recession because everyone who lost their job in the last one has become permanently unemployed or underemployed. People would be terrified if we had another downturn.
  • PN
    Philip N.
    31 May 2016 @ 23:17
    The millennial version of fairness is a cherry picked equality of outcome. There is nothing fair about it at all.
  • MM
    Myles M.
    31 May 2016 @ 19:45
    4. And regarding Brexit, why would I want the UK to be a part of that EU madness? The Brussels officials who make the policies are unelected and unaccountable: that's a dictatorship, not a democracy.
  • MM
    Myles M.
    31 May 2016 @ 19:45
    3. What's fair about 40-50% youth unemployment in some European countries, forcing economic migration among the best educated and the most able, and creating a lost generation in those that remain?
  • MM
    Myles M.
    31 May 2016 @ 19:44
    2. ...but what's fair about sending Syrians back to a war-torn country? What's fair about erecting borders in a supposedly free Europe?
  • MM
    Myles M.
    31 May 2016 @ 19:43
    1. As a young millennial, I didn't understand the comment that we've been brought up in an environment where everything's fair. Sure, we got rid of slavery and we're working on racism...
  • EL
    Elizabeth L.
    31 May 2016 @ 15:47
    Perhaps, the institutions which are not serving the welfare of people & their socieities are in the process of breaking down. We are not yet able to see what new institutions will take their place.
  • SS
    Sam S.
    31 May 2016 @ 14:59
    Don't forget Britain pays the health care for many outside of the UK. It's nuts.
  • SS
    Sam S.
    31 May 2016 @ 14:48
    https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/international-news/europes-current-economy/open-letter-to-the-guardian/
  • SS
    Sam S.
    31 May 2016 @ 14:46
    Stalin said those who vote lose and those who count the vote win. Corruption is everywhere---Hillary is so corrupt is shameful.
  • SS
    Sam S.
    31 May 2016 @ 14:44
    Great YouTube documentary video on Brexit & how Brussels is working to be the master's of the universe and produces nothing.
  • MB
    Matthias B.
    31 May 2016 @ 11:25
    lower Sum of FDIs = lower global trade and more defense spending QE = more trade tariffs thus less global exports; sounds like global stagflation outcome to me or what do I miss?
  • S
    Simon .
    31 May 2016 @ 07:57
    Excellent interview. I don't share her faith in US institutions however. It appears the DoJ has done nothing to pursue corrupt practices in the financial industry.
  • VP
    Victor P.
    31 May 2016 @ 07:28
    Smily face of the establishment propaganda. Disappointing this time.
  • DH
    Dale H.
    31 May 2016 @ 06:33
    Thanks Pippa and Grant. Excellent as usual. Yes, there is an "atmosphere" around that can be felt. Gets me thinking about what is fundamentally important, as well as about financial strategies.
  • CD
    Charles D.
    31 May 2016 @ 03:33
    Why not just inflate?..."In the beginning everybody benefits nobody pays...in the end nobody benefits everybody pays"....Amen
  • SP
    Steve P.
    31 May 2016 @ 02:19
    Pippa has a way of conveying information that few others posses. Generally a very difficult lady to disagree with on most issues. Just superb!!
  • ma
    mary a.
    31 May 2016 @ 02:11
    On the subject of Defense spending as QE4, I noted that the headline to Obama in Vietnam was that now Vietnam can buy US defense materiale! Presumably Vietnam will help keep China at bay?!
  • LA
    Linda A.
    31 May 2016 @ 00:21
    I see inflation everywhere- a loaf of bread is $4.50; renters spending 50% of wages on rent vs. 30% 8 yrs ago. Real estate, stocks inflated. Food is expensive. It's expensive being alive.
  • RA
    Robert A.
    30 May 2016 @ 22:50
    Great to be back in Pippa's Parlour with new thinking for us on Bockchain, Brexit, Defense spending and Inflation.
  • DS
    David S.
    30 May 2016 @ 22:16
    Best interview with Dr. Malmgren so far.
  • TR
    Thomas R.
    30 May 2016 @ 21:39
    Question on Grant's comment on Debt. Using the BOJ as the model, I'm attempting to assess the impact of the "Accting entry" where the Gov't wipes out the debt it owes itself .
  • TR
    Thomas R.
    30 May 2016 @ 21:34
    Is it because China doesn't have sufficient transparency that we don't consider it the fastest growing economy? (appreciating that growth is slowing - even at 4% its faster than the US)
  • JS
    John S.
    30 May 2016 @ 21:27
    Superb!
  • AP
    Alex P.
    30 May 2016 @ 21:13
    Always good to listen to Pippa. Fully agree on Blockchain and would be interested in learning more about signals that indicate preparation for warfare and QE4.
  • S
    Sean .
    30 May 2016 @ 21:05
    As usual Pippa nails it!
  • AS
    Alex S.
    30 May 2016 @ 20:29
    recently fallen in love with this woman, great to see you had a chance to interview her for RealVision :)
  • JH
    Jacqueline H.
    30 May 2016 @ 19:08
    Note for Mr. Williams on why things seem so discombobulated: "Sometimes societies just go collectively insane." ~ James Kunstler
  • CH
    Calvin H.
    30 May 2016 @ 18:43
    Well scoped interview. We are still in 'extend and pretend' for the foreseeable future? I liked the 'war' question but did not feel Pippa closed it. Grant/Pippa- do you buy into the 4th Turning?
  • PM
    Pippa M. | Contributor
    30 May 2016 @ 17:17
    Thanks for the positive comments! I agree that Blockchain COULD protect privacy but, sadly, the reason governments want it is for the opposite reason. Also see Godhart & Haldane on e-money & QE.
  • rm
    richard m.
    30 May 2016 @ 17:07
    Smart lady- right on with Brexit and inflation...the Donald could use her balance👍
  • sm
    stephane m.
    30 May 2016 @ 16:50
    As always, Pippa gave us a great interview! Hope to see her father again here on RVTV, he's such an history book on 2 legs ;-)
  • mj
    maria j.
    30 May 2016 @ 16:17
    excellent
  • TH
    Timo H.
    30 May 2016 @ 14:35
    One tiny clarification. Blockchain as a technology does allow very good privacy, but authorities very probably don't allow such blockchain. Regulators want to see everything and they will.
  • sh
    simon h. | Contributor
    30 May 2016 @ 14:22
    Quite brilliant and am so glad that you too are in the inflation camp even though it may not last long before reality sets in with the inevitable crash.
  • gd
    guy d.
    30 May 2016 @ 14:22
    As wonderful Dr Malmgren said herself, she (like many financial commentators)he doesn't really know what "block-chain" dose and how to use it. it CAN create privacy, and decentralization. period.
  • gd
    guy d.
    30 May 2016 @ 14:14
    supporters of Sanders hear from him that he'll tax the 1% and use their hoards of money to+getting rid of "Banksters" to pay for "free stuff"
  • DW
    Daniel W.
    30 May 2016 @ 14:06
    Pippa is always on point. I love that she has private and public experience that she's able to apply to her analysis.

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