It was just over two years ago Diego Parrilla first joined me on the podcast to discuss his framework for analyzing financial bubbles and what he calls, “antibubbles.” You may have noticed that the topic of bubbles and antibubbles has come up in both of my recent interviews with James Davolos, on the topic of inflation, and Adam Rozencwaig, on the mania in green energy stocks. Considering how relevant Diego’s framework is to the current market environment and how dramatically the macro backdrop has changed since we last spoke, I thought it would be an opportune time to have him back for a follow up conversation. In this episode, Diego shares his views on the misconceptions underpinning all sorts of asset bubbles at present and how a paradigm shift in inflation threatens to play the role of pin to each of them. He also discusses why he believes cryptocurrencies are, in fact, a bubble and how they have created another opportunity in what he sees as one of the oldest and most enduring of antibubbles: gold. Below are several notes and links related to this episode.
- Follow Diego on Twitter: @ParrillaDiego
- Connect with Diego on LinkedIn
- Read Diego’s latest piece: Bitcoin: Bubble or Antibubble?
- Listen to Diego’s first appearance here: Diego Parrilla On The Perpetual Search For Extreme Optionality