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Financial Insights w/ Billionaire Jeffrey Gundlach
Discussing inflation, taxes & asset allocation
Bond-trader extraordinaire, investor, and billionaire Jeffrey Gundlach joins Tony at a recent Platinum Financial event for a candid conversation about the current markets and the upcoming political and financial landscape. Gundlach is known for his bold calls, having correctly predicted the housing crash in 2007, and brings his candor to this discussion on inflation, taxes, the US Department of Treasury, and more. In this exclusive interview, founder of DoubleLine Capital, Gundlach also covers a potential asset allocation breakdown you won’t want to miss.
“You really have to start thinking seriously about where we’re going with all of this money printing, because if history is any sort of a guide, you need to preserve your purchasing power.” – Jeffrey Gundlach
We hope you enjoy this episode!
[00:00] Jeffrey Gundlach ID/Intro
[01:50] Where do you see us today and how did we get here?
[02:00] Ben Bernanke
[03:30] How much the federal government is REALLY spending
[04:45] Inflation/ PPI – Producer Price Index
[06:00] K-shaped inflation
[07:30] Money printing and food shortages
[09:00] Government programs for above median household incomes
[10:55] US Dollar as reserve currency/ Value of the dollar
[11:30] Budget deficit in 2021
[13:00] Chinese currency and US Treasury bonds
[14:35] Gundlach’s asset allocation
[16:00] US Stocks are overvalued
[18:30] US Market is no longer outperforming other markets
[19:50] Foreign stocks
[21:15] US Tax code overhaul
[22:50] Farmland and asset allocation changes
[23:55] You protect yourself through ACTION.
[26:45] Corporate tax rates and competition
[27:45] Volatility in upcoming years
[28:30] The means of production and property relations
[30:45] The Fourth Turning by Neil Howe
[31:40] Election predictions
[32:45] Stimulus programs, UBI, and wealth tax
[34:10] Technology and the wealth gap
[36:30] Self-driving vehicles are an unemployment problem
[33:10] Futuristic developments in food
[37:20] Virtuous cycle of life
[37:50] Evolving our educational system
[40:00] The money should follow the student
[41:20] Equal educational opportunities
[42:25] The future is better than the present.
[43:30] Sign off