Our exclusive series, chronicling the life and career of classical chartist and trading legend Peter Brandt, concludes with Episode 5 – The Process of Trading. In this episode, Peter breaks down the “dead serious” business of trading, running through his process, every step of the way, in a typical week at Factor Trading. It’s a process that has been enduringly successful with a track record of 40% returns over a 40-plus year career.
Joseph Trevisani, senior analyst at FXStreet, explains why he’s doubling down on his short euro trade. He discusses his analysis and the key levels to watch in this interview with Justine Underhill. Filmed on July 9, 2018.
Peter Brandt of Factor LLC joins Real Vision to highlight some of the greatest opportunities he sees in the commodities complex right now. He analyzes the situation, reviews the key charts, and explains how to make the play. Filmed on November 13, 2018 in Tucson, Arizona.
Peter Brandt of Factor Trading is back and joins Real Vision to highlight the most important charts he’s looking at right now. He reviews the technical setup and price targets for several different markets, including U.S. bonds, S&P 500, gold and bitcoin. Filmed on November 13, 2018 in Tucson, Arizona.
Why will rising popularity of almond milk make it more expensive to store postage stamps? Justine, Roger and Alex discuss. Plus, Ash shares what he learned about corporate blockchain. Filmed on July 30, 2018.
Joseph Trevisani, Senior Analyst at FXStreet, updates his short euro strategy. He explains the technical and fundamental catalysts behind the trade in this interview with Justine Underhill. Filmed on August 6, 2018.
Why does increased workplace surveillance mean there could be a shortage of the hot new Christmas toy? Justine, Roger and Alex discuss why recent mandates in the trucking business will have far-reaching implications for U.S. retailers. Filmed on October 1, 2018.
The inspiring, emotional and tragic story of Bill Browder’s Hermitage Capital in Russia is perhaps the most powerful piece of film we’ve ever featured on Real Vision. After his world beating Hermitage fund was devastated by the Russian default, Bill Browder took on the oligarchs and won, in an epic tale straight from the pages of a spy novel. But as the Russian government turned on him, the story turned from corruption to tragedy. Filmed on February 1, 2017 in London.
Jawad Mian sits down with his friend, Matein Khalid, Executive Director of Asas Capital, who gives us a true insider's view on the GCC region. Assured that there is no chance of Riyadh devaluing the Riyal, Matein lays out a clear bullish case for oil, addressing the possibility of a coordinated attempt by central banks to target a lower dollar and gives us a guided tour of the opportunities and risks posed amongst the Gulf region's disparate economies.
Alan Boyce enthralled Real Vision viewers with his insider’s guide to agriculture investing and ultra modern farming methods. This time the former fed economist and partner in Tache Basin tackles the Federal Reserve’s credibility and their ability to control both inflation and the dollar amid Trump's isolationist policies. In a wide ranging discussion, Alan considers the unforeseen consequences of demographics, dollar strength and political missteps for the future of ag-tech and our ability to feed the planet.
David Meneret identifies where to benefit from perceived disorder in the credit markets, taking a quantitative perspective to the inherent low volatility in the sector. The search for yield and riskier assets by insurance companies, utilizing higher leverage, with greater exposure to commercial real estate is brought into sharp focus by David, alongside the new reality for investors in the overpopulated US shopping mall space. Filmed on August 29, 2017, in New York.
With US stocks overvalued and sovereign bonds caught in a dangerous trillion dollar overbought state, Wall Street sage Peter Boockvar tells Erin Ade where the value can really be found in this edition of New York State of Mind. Rather than risking capital for dividend yield or being exposed to the end of the bear market in commodities, which has driven the fixed income gains, Boockvar, chief market analyst to former Federal Reserve Governor Larry Lindsey’s Lindsey Group, digs deeper in the emerging markets for trading opportunities. He identifies how real cultural change in Brazil is setting that market up for a quick rebound from some steep falls, while political will to change bankruptcy laws in Italy could free up collateral in the basket case of Europe. Investing where it hurts can be seriously good for your wealth. You’ll need to see this clip to get in on the action and more importantly to get in at the right time.