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The Fed's Sugar High—A Conversation with Guggenheim's Scott Minerd

Dec 26, 2019 / Trade War, Investment Outlook, Trending, Fixed-Income, LG Research, Asset Class Research


A conversation with Guggenheim's Scott Minerd


Building a “Slow-Thinking” Team

Drawing off Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations and the work of Nobel Prize–winner Daniel Kahneman, Scott Minerd was the main architect of Guggenheim’s “slow-thinking” team approach.

Indian Summer

Scott Minerd likens the current market environment to an Indian summer. A return of warm weather right before winter common in the Northeast: It usually comes late … and it’s relatively short-lived.


Corporate America: Ground Zero of the Next Crisis

Overleveraged corporate America and the corporate bond market will be the ground zero of the next financial crisis according to Scott Minerd.

The Fed: The Only Game in Town?

Scott Minerd: “The source of, and solution to, every financial crisis is the central bank.”


Avoiding the Death Spiral

Scott Minerd says all you have to do is look back to 1930 and the Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act to see how a tit-for-tat trade war can escalate into a “death spiral.”

Learning from Australia

Scott Minerd discusses the need for a rational immigration policy that supports entrepreneurship and labor force growth.


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