Kyle Bass world’s rates heading to zero view has recently put forward on the CNBC business network.

Kyle Bass is suggested in his most recent interview that investors should configure their portfolios for a world with zero interest rates.

“Kyle Bass is suggested in his most recent interview that investors should configure their portfolios for a world with zero interest rates”

 

Kyle Bass world’s rates heading to zero view walks lockstep with the world’s top investors

Ray Dalio founder of the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater said way back in March 21016 that central banks will get so desperate they will give money away.

On the other end of the spectrum, in terms of capital assets under management, but no less accurate in forecasting macro events is Peter Schiff’s zero rates deadhead view.

Kyle Bass world’s rates heading to zero view supports the idea that the Fed rate cutting to zero is the beginning of monetary policy lunacy to zero interest rates.

“Central banks are just getting started with monetary easing” said hedge fund manager Kyle Bass. Kyle Bass is predicting US interest rates will keep falling and follow global interest rates down to zero. 

“Central banks are just getting started with monetary easing”

KYLE BASS

“This is insane. The Japanese are going to keep going. The Chinese print money like it’s a national pastime today. Europe is going to restart QE” said Kyle Bass. “QE” refers to quantitative easing, a monetary stimulus tool used by central banks.

The unintended consequences of central bank printing are that it makes the rich even richer, it makes the middle-class stay where they are and it makes the poor stay poor” – Kyle Bass

Kyle Bass world’s rates heading to zero view has consequences

“The unintended consequences of central bank printing are that it makes the rich even richer, it makes the middle-class stay where they are and it makes the poor stay poor” said Kyle Bass.

Kyle Bass left out perhaps the biggest unintended consequence of QE, namely that it debases the currency

Kyle Bass world’s rates heading to zero view didn’t keep the investor from waving the stars and stripes.

“We’re the only country that has an integer in front of our bond yields. We have 90% of the world’s investment-grade debt. We have the rule of law and we have a decent economy. All the money is going to come here” said Kyle Bass, founder, and chief investment officer of Hayman Capital.

TRADING SOFTWARE

Dan Loeb targets Sony. Dan Loeb is an activist investor and founder of Third Point, which oversees about $14.5 billion in assets.

Last year the activist investor viewed Campbell soup as a bargain when Third point reported that the soup maker could fetch a takeover value of $52 to $58 per share.

A year later and the activist investor Dan Loeb targets Sony

Dan Loeb's activist hedge fund Third Point is raising an investment vehicle to generate between $500 million and $1 billion so it can continue to buy Sony shares, according to a recent report in Reuters.