The End of the Great Dollar Bull Market

Published on
April 25th, 2019
Duration
18 minutes

The End of the Great Dollar Bull Market

Investment Ideas ·
Featuring Marc Chandler

Published on: April 25th, 2019 • Duration: 18 minutes

In the eyes of Marc Chandler, chief market strategist at Bannockburn Global Forex, we are in only the third post-Bretton Woods U.S. dollar bull market. The question is: What does that mean for investors? Chandler gives his take on why and when this bull market peters out, and speaks to a few different ways to position portfolios over the next 6 to 24 months. Filmed on April 22, 2019 in New York.

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  • WH
    William H.
    6 July 2019 @ 13:28
    Agree with many others, the length is more of a sound bite than full interview. What he had a chance to express could have easily been shaped into a Trade Ideas segment. Please keep the interviews at a longer length and it would be helpful to hear more forex analysis, particularly at this time.
  • ST
    Simon T.
    17 June 2019 @ 12:31
    I like the interview if only Ed Harrison could talk normally ... very annoying
  • SW
    Steven W.
    26 April 2019 @ 21:42
    I agree with the rest, these need to be longer and in more depth. That's why I subscribe to RV.
    • CL
      Chris L.
      28 April 2019 @ 08:25
      Unfortunately, now they need to scale and make it more "inclusive." The conversations of ol when they first came out is what put them on the map. Like with this video... there is nothing going here. Nothing that makes you think.
  • CL
    Chris L.
    26 April 2019 @ 21:35
    Nothing nuanced. No edge. Same ol same ol
  • SM
    Stephane M.
    26 April 2019 @ 10:27
    The U.S. dollar is going much higher. Look at the competition. Would you prefer to possess Euro or USD before the next crisis!!! My choice is clear, before long half of my net worth will be in USD vs the "loonie toones" here up north!!
    • DR
      David R.
      26 April 2019 @ 14:53
      Sold to you at 98. DXY going toward 80 rather than recapturing 104. And I remember when it was 168, lol. As for the next crisis, I'd prefer gold or silver coins because they're real money instead of digital abstractions being created out of thin air literally by the trillions.
    • SM
      Stephane M.
      27 April 2019 @ 11:06
      Hi David R., I will buy your gold under 1,000$ with my USD ;-) Cheers!!
    • DR
      David R.
      27 April 2019 @ 13:44
      Hi Stephane, no you won't cuz I'd buy more under $1000. If it gets there. I'm afraid it might not cuz 1500 is more probable next than 1000. Gold closed Friday above a short-term breakout level and with both daily & weekly key reverals. Bullish, but we'll see.
  • CS
    CMC S.
    26 April 2019 @ 06:06
    Countries that America invented....really!
  • DG
    Daniel G.
    26 April 2019 @ 04:57
    Great interview! Unfortunately, there was not enough time to cover everything in detail. It would be great to have a Round 2 with more time.
  • DS
    David S.
    25 April 2019 @ 22:05
    The Fed is speaking non-aggression. This is a radical improvement for the moment, but we have not seen any factual information that the Fed is dovish. If they stay at neutral, it may be best for the economy. DLS
  • AR
    Abishek R.
    25 April 2019 @ 17:23
    I have following Marc Chandler on seeking alpha for sometime now. He produces some brilliant work wrt to daily forex levels and events. Please to see him on RV, All the best Marc!
  • RM
    Richard M.
    25 April 2019 @ 14:16
    Ed, another great interview! I have really enjoyed the guests you have brought on and your very thoughtful questioning of them. ** Milton/RV, please consider extending Ed's series to at least 30 minutes each show as he is really bringing some interesting material to RVTV! Thanks for your consideration.
    • JW
      Joel W.
      26 April 2019 @ 20:05
      I’ll agree with Richard here and Omar et al. below: time targets are fine for different segments but I’d much prefer to go where the conversation leads, even if it takes twice as long as expected. It ain’t like we have to hit the commercial breaks on the quarter-hour....
    • NI
      Nate I.
      28 April 2019 @ 20:15
      I agree with Richard. Terrific guest, great questions, but as the time slot gets smaller and smaller, RV slowly becomes the old Wall TV like CNBC. Old Wall also has good guests, but no depth. Stay focused on the problem you are trying to solve.
  • LG
    Lance G.
    25 April 2019 @ 13:19
    Hi Edward, I found the interview to be timely given the recent breakout in the dollar. Great interview!
    • DR
      David R.
      26 April 2019 @ 14:46
      What "breakout in the dollar"?? You mean the *failed* breakout at 98? DXY is struggling today around 97.5, down from 104 two years ago. As the interviewee cites, repeatedly lower highs...
  • OT
    Omar T.
    25 April 2019 @ 12:17
    The ideas in this interview were a bit rushed.... It would have been a better interview if it was a bit longer. Still good though!
    • EH
      Edward H. | Real Vision
      25 April 2019 @ 12:41
      Ed Harrison here. Thanks, Omar. I agree with you about the interview length. On every occasion I do these I am left feeling like I want the interview to be a longer. Alas, the format is 15 minutes. And I go over that every time!
    • AZ
      Angelo Z.
      25 April 2019 @ 18:10
      Ed needs more time! Ed needs more time! Ed needs more time! Do we need a hunger strike around here? Great interview.
    • DS
      David S.
      25 April 2019 @ 21:53
      Trying to limit an interview to 15 minutes is the tail wagging the dog. The length of the interview should be governed by the quality of the interview. You can always edit parts that are not equal to the overall quality. DLS
    • DH
      Daniel H.
      26 April 2019 @ 01:01
      Ed: Another great interview with a very interesting guest. Thank you!