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Watch Larry McDonald; founder of Bear Traps Report, contributions to CNBC, RealVision and other media

April 2021


BEAR TRAPS ON FOX: Biden’s massive spending plan will weaken the dollar ‘substantially’: The Bear Traps Report founder

Apr. 01, 2021 - 7:22 - The Bear Traps Report founder Larry McDonald argues President Biden’s infrastructure plan will force the Fed into ‘yield curve control’ by the third or fourth quarter to ‘suppress yields and hold them down,’ which weakens the dollar and ‘gives you a boom for commodities.’


March 2021


Bear Traps Report's Larry McDonald on Archegos' forced liquidation - CNBC

The intense selling in some stocks last week may be linked to the forced liquidation of positions held by Archegos Capital. Legacy media companies Discovery and ViacomCBS fell sharply on Friday with Chinese internet ADR's Baidu, Tencent and Vipshop also caught up in the selling. Larry McDonald, editor of the Bear Traps Report, joined "Squawk Box" on Monday to discuss


February 2021


BEAR TRAPS ON FOX: Go 'long' on commodities: The Bear Traps Report founder - February 1, 2021

Feb. 01, 2021 - 10:14 - Silver briefly hits its highest level since 2013 as Reddit users drive up contracts; The Bear Traps Report founder Larry McDonald gives his outlook on the investing environment.


January 2021


BEAR TRAPS on CNBC: RBC’s Lori Calvasina and Bear Traps’s Larry McDonald on market expectations - January 25, 2021

Lori Calvasina, Head of U.S. Equity Strategy at RBC Capital Markets, joins Larry McDonald, Editor of the Bear Traps Report and a CNBC Contributor, to discuss how to play the markets in 2021 and beyond. MON, JAN 25 20217:10 AM EST


September 2020


BEAR TRAPS on REALVISION: Rapid Asset Price Inflation: When the Economic Engine Runs Hot (w/ Raoul Pal and Larry McDonald) - September 24, 2020

What happens when the monetary and fiscal engines run too hot? This is the question that Larry McDonald, New York Times bestselling author and founder of the Bear Traps Report, explores with Real Vision CEO, Raoul Pal. McDonald and Pal start by analyzing the valuations of high-flying tech stocks and discuss whether they will continue to soar or make an early landing. The pair then examine in detail the remarkable price action seen over the past few months in commodities such as precious metals, lumber, and natural gas. McDonald compiles this appreciation as evidence to explore his thesis that excessive stimulus could serve as a "cobra effect" to augur a hyperinflationary economic collapse.