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Kyle Bass: Short China, Long Russia ‘Good Place to Start’

Hayman Capital Management CIO Kyle Bass discusses President Trump’s tax proposals, border tax adjustability, the Chinese banking system and U.S. trade relations with China. He speaks with Erik Schatzker on “Bloomberg Markets.”

9 Comments on "Kyle Bass: Short China, Long Russia ‘Good Place to Start’"

  1. Davy on Fri, 27th Jan 2017 6:26 am 

    The US built a geopolitical arrangement of failure it is China that built an economic one. Everything about China is too much too late. They are a failed society and this failure is internal and expressed in a globalization that has corrupted and destroyed the nation. Why do you think rich Chinese are leaving? These people are highly educated and smart and “getting out of Dodge” with anything they can. My rural farm is 20 miles from a small University that is full of rich Chinese youth (Missouri S&T). The Chinese rich elite know a bad situation. The ruling party are part of this golden parachute.

    China is not only destroyed economically by building an export driven economy with no future its people have been deceived into thinking there is a future of prosperity. Some of the highest confidence in the future from the normal guy is in China. The biggest let down is going to be in China. That will not end well for the billion plus who depend on the world to be fed. Many of these deceived people are now in huge polluted cities that cannot be supported except by globalism.

    With the implosion of China will come the world. The same is true for the US. These two huge economies wag the world’s tail. A trade war between the US and China cannot end well for either. Both are built on globalism. Both are imploding as we speak. Europe is fragmenting also. Russia is the only bright spot but don’t expect much of a future there either. They will die with the rest in a global collapse. We may have years left in this process and Russia will grow in strength and respect because of its stability. The Russians have done the world a favor through Putin and reintroduced nationalism. Putin is the only global leader now who sees what is going on and acting rationally. The funny thing is the global deep state is trying to discredit and destroy him. That should be enough to tell you the guy is on the right track.

  2. Davy on Fri, 27th Jan 2017 6:50 am 

    “Putin, Trump To Talk By Phone On Saturday: “Getting Along With Russia Is A Great Thing”

    Trump and Putin have never met and it was unclear how their very different personalities would gel. Trump is a flamboyant real estate deal-maker who often acts on gut instinct, while Putin is a former Soviet spy who calculates each step methodically.

    Trump has repeatedly spoken about ending the enmity that has dragged U.S.-Russia relations to their lowest ebb since the Cold War. In an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News on Thursday night, Trump said it would be to the advantage of both Russia and the US to mend ties and pool their efforts in the fight against terrorism. “I don’t know Putin, but if we can get along with Russia that’s a great thing, it’s good for Russia, it’s good for us, we go out together and knock the hell out of ISIS, because that’s a real sickness,” he said.

    “Wouldn’t it be nice if we actually got along with people? Wouldn’t it be nice if we actually got along, as an example, with Russia? I am all for it,” Trump told a news conference in July last year. Putin, at a news conference in December, said he would reciprocate. “Mr Trump …. said he believes it’s right to normalize Russian-American ties and said it definitely won’t be any worse, because it couldn’t be worse. I agree with him. Together we’ll think about how to improve things.”

  3. Davy on Fri, 27th Jan 2017 6:52 am 

    forgot quotations above my apologies.

  4. Davy on Fri, 27th Jan 2017 7:22 am 

    “Chinese Capital Controls Threaten Property Bubbles All Over The Globe As Buyers Lose Access To Cash”

    “For months/years we’ve covered the many real estate bubbles that have been inflating all over the world courtesy of Chinese billionaires looking to launder money offshore (here are just a couple of examples: Vancouver, Sydney and New York). But a new set of capital controls enacted in China on January 1st, and aimed specifically at curbing foreign real estate investments, may just be the needle that finally pops all those bubbles.”

  5. Jerome Purtzer on Fri, 27th Jan 2017 2:16 pm 

    Now that The Donald has gutted the State Department of the serious long term employees he and Putin can now tip toe through the tulips with Tiny Tim. A beautiful happy ending is inevitable.

  6. Davy on Fri, 27th Jan 2017 2:29 pm 

    Jerome, did they leave or were they pushed out? Sounds like you just assume they were pushed out and then decided to make that your reality. These days they are calling that fake news but in your case it is just an opinion.

    Personally, I say drain the swamp. Wikileaks has given us enough insight into how corrupt the state department was and is. Oh, and God I hope Trump and Putin tip toe through the tulips. I am even ok with them hugging. You know a bud hug between two guys that can destroy the earth.

  7. Apneaman on Fri, 27th Jan 2017 4:09 pm 

    These are the Countries with the Biggest Debt Slaves, and Americans Are Only in 10th place

    “There are many ways to measure household indebtedness and debt burdens. Comparing total household debt to the overall size of the economy as measured by GDP is one of the measures. And per this household-debt-to-GDP measure, the Americans are in 10th place with 78.8% and look practically prudent compared to the peak just before the Financial Crisis”

  8. onlooker on Fri, 27th Jan 2017 5:10 pm 

    I think this ranking is misleading with regards the US. This because the US GDP is so tilted to the many fat cats rich who sit atop big industries like the fossil fuel, pharmaceutical and military ones. Not to mention the wall st. fat cats.

  9. makati1 on Fri, 27th Jan 2017 7:30 pm 

    onlooker, I agree. I think the common serfs in America are number one on the list if it is adjusted for reality. You can twist statistics anyway you want if the reader has no way to dispute them. That is what the U$ government does everyday, and probably most other governments. The U$ has a contracting real GDP.

    Most of the serfs have maxed-out credit. Most businesses have negative net incomes. Reality is being covered up by zero interest rates, money printing, government support and other financial tricks by the government and banks. Cannot go on for much longer, I suspect. I hope you are prepared.

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