Oil: What Could Pop?

Published on
December 18th, 2015
Duration
23 minutes

Oil: What Could Pop?

Featuring Julian Brigden

Published on: December 18th, 2015 • Duration: 23 minutes

Julian Brigden, Co-founder of Macro Intelligence 2 Partners analyses the oil market, in What Could Pop? In this timely presentation, Julian lays out a series of macro knock-on events that he expects will take oil below $20, the SPX below 1600, and possibly lead to further devaluation of the RMB.

Comments

  • NY
    Nicolas Y.
    31 October 2016 @ 07:55
    holy cow awesome presentation
  • CJ
    C J.
    10 April 2016 @ 17:45
    Julian is fantastic. Great interview, need more like these that actually do real work and are not zerohedge clones
  • rs
    richard s.
    26 March 2016 @ 16:44
    I have been telling people for 16 years what the fed did regarding y2k and how they spiked the punch bowl. Never heard this anywhere else until now. He ubderstands how cb intervention is dangerous!
  • ca
    cyavash a.
    26 January 2016 @ 22:05
    Does anyone know where he got US Energy Imports data?
  • DJ
    D J.
    25 January 2016 @ 17:36
    Simply wonderful presentation.
  • AA
    Ali A.
    19 January 2016 @ 15:21
    He nailed it timing-wise. Great explanation, interesting to see a different perspective on ramifications of low oil prices other than producers sell for less and consumers win.
  • LA
    Linda A.
    15 January 2016 @ 17:12
    Love this man- brilliant! JB is a great teacher. I love his witty humor too.
  • FT
    Frank T.
    9 January 2016 @ 16:33
    We could retest the highs one and/or two more times? However, this is a certain end game.
  • AK
    Anton K.
    31 December 2015 @ 06:44
    Great analysis and Video. Could listen to him all day. However i do find myself concluding that this is as much an argument for QE4 than anything else. Fair though that he did say "barring QE4."
  • JB
    Joel B.
    31 December 2015 @ 02:51
    Some great charts, especially the EM bubble chart . . . but I'm afraid that Julian's analysis has way too much correlation confused with causality.
  • dm
    douglas m.
    28 December 2015 @ 10:33
    alex, usually referring to higher rated / high quality corporate bonds, eg rated BBB, A or AA google the ishares LQD etf factsheet for examples.
  • AG
    Alex G.
    28 December 2015 @ 01:43
    student right here: when he refers to "investment grade" @ 6.52 does he mean high yield, low rated corporate bonds, or higher rated corporate bonds,??
  • S
    Soren .
    25 December 2015 @ 14:48
    i havent been so much more informed as a basis for my investments in 22 min for a very long time. excellent coherent and generous analysis.
  • ii
    ida i.
    22 December 2015 @ 19:34
    I hope he could comment if this scenario on crude oil is also negative for gold? It seems so....
  • CM
    Corentin M.
    21 December 2015 @ 19:49
    Consistent and insightful views! That's the kind of talks I like to hear: concise and relevant. Looking forward for next one!
  • GM
    Gerald M.
    21 December 2015 @ 19:23
    Second time through was even better. Julian thinks clearly and expresses himself succinctly. If I ever doubt the value of RVTV, I just need to review this video and any doubts will be gone. Wow.
  • TL
    T L.
    21 December 2015 @ 18:14
    Julian, great Video! Question@min22: Why do HFs in a falling market not have the short's to cover due to reduced gross leverage? I assume this amplifies a downturn but I cannot see the relation
  • ii
    ida i.
    21 December 2015 @ 08:10
    someone who really connects the dots
  • dm
    douglas m.
    21 December 2015 @ 03:37
    $30 oil will eventually stop US frackers and incr the US import of oil. Thereby correcting the rest of world's shortage of USD that Julian asserts. ie cheap imported oil will eventually weaken the USD
  • GJ
    Gareth J.
    20 December 2015 @ 23:48
    That video alone justifies annual membership.
  • JV
    Jens V.
    20 December 2015 @ 18:33
    Brilliant. Great use of charts and very impressive ability to boil things down to their essentials.
  • GW
    Gavin W.
    20 December 2015 @ 04:35
    Julian could be the most brilliant analyst i have come across. Impresses me every time..
  • TM
    The-First-James M.
    20 December 2015 @ 03:49
    Outstanding piece of macro analysis. Very helpful for retail plebs like me. ;)Thanks so much for taking the time to present it.
  • FC
    Fractal C.
    19 December 2015 @ 23:58
    Super!
  • TJ
    Terry J.
    19 December 2015 @ 20:31
    Brilliant. Julian is always such good value for money and one of those analysts I always pay attention to. Sounds like QE4 is just around the corner. Thank you RV for invaluable videos like this.
  • BM
    Barry M.
    19 December 2015 @ 15:43
    Brilliant ! This dumb money feels that he`s getting much smarter thanks to RVTV, long may it last !
  • PR
    Peter R.
    19 December 2015 @ 14:20
    Insightful analysis, lots to think about and plan ahead. 240 thumbs up and 0 thumbs down says it all. Brilliant content, thanks.
  • SR
    Steve R.
    19 December 2015 @ 07:40
    Simply awesome!! Confirms in a nutshell what I've been thinking for the last 6 months!
  • WM
    Will M.
    19 December 2015 @ 05:51
    I work in big oil and we are in trouble at $40 let alone $20s. This guy has me looking at the open razor on my bathroom vanity. Great technical analysis. Superb insights if somewhat worrying..
  • ZJ
    Zach J.
    19 December 2015 @ 00:38
    Exceptional presentation. I'm wondering what the CBs have up there sleeves. I'd love to see something on dollar and oil relationship to property prices in foreign markets.
  • CB
    CHRISTOPHER B.
    18 December 2015 @ 23:15
    The most coherent thesis I've seen on how and why a crash in the most important commmodity in the world plays out across and through global markets & how to profit from bone-headed central bankers
  • MS
    Michiel S.
    18 December 2015 @ 22:17
    I just wanna be right and strongly believe that Real Vision TV has been a great source in helping to assure me of it. Enjoy Christmas and all the best for 2016
  • MS
    Michiel S.
    18 December 2015 @ 22:10
    Julian thanks for confirming the S&P Top! Short already and looking to buy Gold and Silver both physical as well as miners in € and $ to hedge currency and against our monetary system! Thanks R & G
  • RA
    Ricardo A.
    18 December 2015 @ 21:46
    ITS HARD TO ARGUE AGAINST ANYTHING THAT HE SAID. WELL DONE. SCARY TO THINK OF OIL AT $20
  • MA
    Melanie A.
    18 December 2015 @ 21:33
    Excellent insight presented so clearly, thanks. More please! Something has to lift our spirits if oil goes to $20...
  • DM
    Daniel M.
    18 December 2015 @ 21:30
    great stuff
  • JS
    Jon S.
    18 December 2015 @ 21:27
    Finally, a succinct macro view tying to market fundamentals. Well done.
  • TW
    Thomas W.
    18 December 2015 @ 21:00
    Many many thnaks. Pure insight , no fluff. Now, THAT's financial analysis for the textbooks.
  • MD
    Marian D.
    18 December 2015 @ 20:49
    Many thanks, excellent! Worth watching several times..
  • TJ
    Todd J.
    18 December 2015 @ 19:53
    Hard to get that kind of insight in a different format. One major reason why the 30 second soundbites won't live here. Well done.
  • RP
    Raoul P. | Founder
    18 December 2015 @ 19:53
    Exceptional.
  • CH
    Colin H.
    18 December 2015 @ 19:41
    I just love the way the man thinks. Fascinating.
  • CH
    Colin H.
    18 December 2015 @ 19:32
    great
  • SC
    Shaun C.
    18 December 2015 @ 18:51
    When collateral terms tighten up, the market will get fragile and it won't take much for a wave of selling to hit and concentrated dealer market that is capital constrained.
  • MM
    Milly M.
    18 December 2015 @ 18:31
    What a treat! Thx for brining Julian with his unparalleled analysis back.
  • lD
    lance D.
    18 December 2015 @ 18:28
    awsome