Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic advisor at Allianz, tells New York Times best-selling author Larry McDonald why he sees the carry trade and market structure as the weakest links in the economic cycle. El-Erian then defines which macro policies present the greatest risks going forward. He also shares some of the lessons he’s learned along the course of a long and varied career in the financial world.
Larry McDonald, Editor of the Bear Traps Report and CNBC Contributor, discusses Iran, China, and global market risks
Larry McDonald, author and founder of the "Bear Traps Report," says the U.S. Federal Reserve is "playing with the reaction function."
Larry McDonald, Editor of the Bear Traps Report and CNBC Contributor, talks Brazil, Mexico, and foreign markets to watch
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.