No Growth, No Problem

Real VisionNovember 07, 2019
Darius Dale, managing director of Hedgeye Risk Management, revisits Real Vision to detail his macro framework and explain how it shapes his investing outlook. He points to a series of economic indicators as evidence of a protracted growth slowdown and argues that widening credit spreads and a stock market pullback will likely elicit an aggressive policy pivot out of the Fed. Dale presents long term Treasurys and utilities stocks as a prudent hedge against a growth slowdown and recommends making room for TIPS and Gold in case the Fed’s ultra-dovishness causes inflationary ripples. You don’t want to miss his rigorous analysis. Filmed on October 25, 2019 in New York.
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