V Questions with Mark Dow

Published on
December 2nd, 2015
Topic
Gold, US Dollar, Monetary policy
Duration
13 minutes
Asset class
Commodities, Currencies

V Questions with Mark Dow

Featuring Mark Dow

Published on: December 2nd, 2015 • Duration: 13 minutes • Asset Class: Commodities, Currencies • Topic: Gold, US Dollar, Monetary policy

Mark Dow, Founder of Dow Global Advisors, tackles an array of Real Vision's V Questions.

Comments

  • my
    markettaker y.
    11 August 2018 @ 01:52
    Love the spooky Milton pop-ups you get in these old rv vids before the boys sold out.
  • DB
    Doug B.
    2 January 2016 @ 14:19
    Brilliant and concise. I think too many people hold an opposing view and therefore rate him poorly. Personally, I'd prefer to hear view points which vary from my own.
  • RL
    Russell L.
    18 December 2015 @ 20:29
    He's totally wrong on QE & its effect on money supply. Big blindspot. QE went straight into the economy & was not "trapped" in the banking system. He doesn't understand how QE works.
  • GM
    Gergely M.
    18 December 2015 @ 01:53
    Mark has totally opposing ideas to many that we can hear. And he seems to be very bright. Big plus to RealVision for bringing all these clever guys in front of the camera. Thanks!
  • BM
    Bill M.
    14 December 2015 @ 02:48
    He did great in such a small length of time! Please have him back often !
  • DS
    David S.
    11 December 2015 @ 01:56
    Excellent answers. Refects how difficult the market direction is at this moment. I would prefet more foreplay in the questions, as it would help make an easier intetview.
  • KS
    Kashyap S.
    9 December 2015 @ 10:38
    If fiat has trumped gold. central banks would be net sellers not buyers. And mints won't be running out of stock. He's wrong on the facts but respect for putting his money where his mouth is.
  • KE
    Kenan E.
    7 December 2015 @ 19:21
    OK guys, it's good to hear a different opinion. Maybe I am too bearish on the economy and too bullish on Gold. But he did not talk much about the current huge risks in the markets...
  • KS
    Kathleen S.
    6 December 2015 @ 16:43
    I live in an upper middle class town in NJ and driving through my town I have counted 15 store fronts with for rent signs. The real economy is dying, and we are do for another crash.
  • TS
    Tapan S.
    6 December 2015 @ 07:36
    Interesting views. Different. Clear themes in answers - black and white on gold and how/with which kind of person to invest.
  • MB
    Matthew B.
    6 December 2015 @ 05:41
    Mark dow again.. just noticed that .. has a very high thumbs down ratio 166/69 interesting he said are minds like black and white ... his grey balanced outlook displeases
  • MB
    Matthew B.
    6 December 2015 @ 05:38
    Mark Dow vert clear balanced view of currnt global situation, where we are in cycle, why not in bubble scenario at this time
  • ns
    nastya s.
    4 December 2015 @ 22:12
    euphoria is a symptom of a bubble, not it's cause, you can have a bubble without euphoria. e.g: Gold "a bubble caused by people thinking there's another bubble" bazinga?
  • KD
    Kevin D.
    4 December 2015 @ 17:30
    Who would you want to manage your money? Easy - Ken Dart. That will obviously will never happen, but if we are dreaming!
  • AC
    Andy C.
    4 December 2015 @ 02:46
    I thought he nailed it on gold. Didn't seem to have conviction on anything else.
  • TH
    Tim H.
    4 December 2015 @ 00:28
    Great five questions, becoming a fan of this guy
  • KA
    Kelly A.
    3 December 2015 @ 14:33
    Sobering thoughts about future of gold. Is market manipulated? If so, he is right even if he didn't name it...his other reasons are good enough. But i'll hang on to my gold as a safety net.
  • SL
    Stephen L.
    3 December 2015 @ 10:41
    I did not agree with some of his comments but very much enjoyed hearing them. He's obviously a smart guy and its always great to hear an opposing view to my own.
  • GR
    Gregory R.
    3 December 2015 @ 02:55
    A view from the flip side. He sees no systemic risks .. only a continuation of the post war monetary regime. Fiat is getting stronger? He asserted that as if to displace his sub-conscious doubt.
  • RA
    Robert A.
    3 December 2015 @ 01:06
    Perhaps my comment will not resonate with some viewers, but I liked the interview and DID take away at least 2 VERY important portfolio construct ideas.
  • EL
    Eric L.
    3 December 2015 @ 00:59
    Very General. More like an exposition of how he thinks. Maybe it's just me but I don't have a takeaway from this video.
  • MB
    Mike B.
    3 December 2015 @ 00:47
    Mark can't come up with one person he would trust to invest his cash? Surprising to say the least but obviously very confident in his abilities. I think he is underestimating the $US bull .
  • RM
    Richard M.
    2 December 2015 @ 23:24
    Excellent interview, I really like Mark. Very good realistic economic view, plus I liked his behavioral economic analysis of people's psychology. Make him a regular, please!
  • JS
    John S.
    2 December 2015 @ 22:51
    All over the place - not impressed
  • RM
    Ross M.
    2 December 2015 @ 22:04
    Gold is starting to disrupt Fiat central bankers are leading the charge in making it happen. Gold is not an asset it's money which holds it's value. Check out BitGold platform massive takeup
  • jd
    john d.
    2 December 2015 @ 21:33
    TU from me as it was good to hear the counter-argument to my long held view about gold (which I am either wrong about or was waaay to early on).
  • RA
    Ricardo A.
    2 December 2015 @ 21:16
    You can only form an honest view on the markets by bringing both optimists and realists. Even though I'm a realist, I enjoyed listening to this optimist.
  • A1
    Animal 1.
    2 December 2015 @ 20:45
    Refreshing "not so bearish" view. Time will tell...
  • RD
    Ryan D.
    2 December 2015 @ 19:48
    Bit of a fence sitter. Dude doesn't seem to have conviction about anything. Seems a little myopic to extrapolate thousands of years of Gold as money from the last 40 years.
  • DK
    Daniel K.
    2 December 2015 @ 19:26
    Can we please have a Dow v Schiff interview?
  • SD
    Shyam D.
    2 December 2015 @ 19:19
    Good to have the Dow give us another angle - right or wrong.
  • TW
    Thomas W.
    2 December 2015 @ 15:44
    Oh please. Gold is a completely rigged market., but he doesn't say a thing about THAT. Makes the "analysis" worthless. And this guy is way too sanguine re: the state of the bubble economy.