Niall Ferguson, a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford, is one of the foremost financial historians of our time. In this conversation with New York Times best-selling author Larry McDonald, he outlines why he looks at history for its predictive ability. Ferguson also explains to McDonald how populism will change Europe and gives his view of what to make of the economic changes and trade talks with China. Filmed on March 1, 2019 in New York.
Danny Moses is a private investor and entrepreneur best known for his role as a trader navigating the global financial crisis as chronicled in Michael Lewis’s "The Big Short." In this interview with New York Times best-selling author Larry McDonald, founder of the Bear Traps Report, Moses not only reviews the problems that led up to the global financial crisis, but also outlines the signs of distress that might presage the next crisis. He also tells McDonald which industry he is looking to for exceptional gains, and why gold is a must-own for every portfolio. Filmed on March 5, 2019 in New York.
Larry McDonald, creator of The Bear Traps Report, discusses his bearish trade on the Canadian dollar. He highlights why excessive leverage and exposure to China are key factors that could spark a downturn in Canada’s economy, in this interview with Justine Underhill. Filmed on July 19, 2018.
Nigel Farage sits down with our Larry McDonald, The Impending Collision: Rome vs Brussels
Nigel Farage, member of European Parliament for South East England, is synonymous with Brexit. He is a former head and founding member of the UK Independence Party. In this interview with Bear Traps Report founder Larry McDonald, Farage outlines why he became a eurosceptic, and why he thinks Britain will eventually leave the EU. He also forecasts a general rise in confrontations in Europe ahead, as national politicians’ interests collide with those of the EU.