Keeping it Simple w/Simplify | Ep.17: Who Do You Believe - The Bond Market or Your Lyin’ Eyes?

David Rosenberg is perhaps the only bulge bracket Wall Street economist to anticipate the Sub-Prime Mortgage debacle that presaged the Great Financial Crisis. He joins our Michael Green and Harley Bassman to detail his once again not so “rosy” view of the US economy.

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