Russell Clark of Horseman Capital has been building a short thesis on US shale oil and semiconductor stocks. He thinks that the decline in shale sand efficiency will be a force that drives the oil price higher and put downward pressure on the USD as future foreign investment diverts away from the US to alternative international opportunities. Filmed on October 11, 2018 in London.
Anne Stevenson-Yang, Research Director at J Capital Research, has a true insiderâ€™s perspective of China and in this trade idea, she outlines a short opportunity for investors in the online retail sector.
In his much-anticipated return to Real Vision, Josh Wolfe, Lux Capital co-founder and managing director, speaks with Thiel Macro’s Michael Green about how 3D printing, virtual reality and the evolution of mathematical applications are bringing equality to the global economy. He explains that digital technology will soon transform the way in which trillions of dollars worth of physical goods are manufactured — and highlights how investors can capitalize as all these shifts occur. Filmed on June 5, 2018 in New York.
Leland Miller, co-founder of China Beige Book, walks us through his vision of China’s economy. Powered by his firm’s proprietary data gathering and analysis, Miller explores the big picture in China, including his prediction of a slowdown in economic activity. At the same time, he puts this in the context of secular optimism on China’s economic power. Filmed on August 14, 2018 in New York.
In the much anticipated fourth link of The Chain, private tech investor Charles Songhurst sits down in San Francisco with Dan Morehead, CEO of Pantera Capital for a fascinating look the nuances of investing in Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency disrupting the financial industry. Dan brings a long history of successful macro investment to bear on the fundamentals behind why the Bitcoin revolution may be the biggest tech paradigm shift since the Internet. The discussion also focuses on the range of knock-on effects Bitcoin is having on monetary policy, banking and security, information transfer, and business transactions.
Art Hogan, chief market strategist at National Securities, returns to Real Vision to update his spot-on call for the S&P 500 from earlier this year. In this interview with Justine Underhill, he sifts through the recent trade war headlines, and recommends two unloved sectors with relative upside potential: Financials and Energy. On the flip side, he likes betting against two high-flying sectors of the market: Utilities and Staples. Filmed on May 9, 2019.
Ray Carroll, CIO of Neuberger Berman Breton Hill, makes his Real Vision debut with a revolutionary perspective on how to effectively harness the power of quantitative investing. For years, Carroll has championed the idea of combining data derived from quants with a fundamental process for gathering information. The resulting concept is a “Quantimental” approach that has enabled his firm to uncover unique opportunities within the market. Filmed on December 12, 2018 in New York.
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.
Protean Trader and author of The Global Macro Edge, John Netto, joins Real Vision for a passionate discussion of trading strategies in the context of the evolution of global macro. Levelling the playing field with the billion-dollar club, John dissects performance analysis and risk in a volatility minefield, to apply the best trading styles to the current market environment. Filmed on January 4, 2017 in Santa Monica
Top hedge fund manager Mark Yusko takes Real Vision on a whistle stop tour of the globe, highlighting everything that’s wrong in markets today. Alongside a review of his predictions so far for 2017, including a bearish view on the dollar, Morgan Creek’s man has Tesla and the risks in ETFs in his crosshairs. Among the opportunities to seize are China’s technology leaders, certain emerging markets and bombed out Greek banks. Filmed on May 4, 2017, in the Cayman Islands.
Art Hogan, chief market strategist at National Securities, reviews his 2019 market outlook and highlights his year-end target for the S&P 500. He notes slowing economic data, the potential for a trade agreement, and remarks on the dovish pivot by the Fed, in this interview with Brian Price. Filmed on March 4, 2019.