The Anti-Bubbles is a contrarian framework that challenges the status quo and complacency of Global Markets towards the false belief/misconception that central banks and governments are infallible and in full control. A forward-looking analysis of the opportunities, risks, and unintended consequences associated with testing the limits of monetary policy, testing the limits of credit markets, and testing the limits of fiat currencies. This book presents both sides of the story, including Larry Summer's "prudent imprudence for fiscal expansion", George Soros' "reflexivity theory applied to monetary policy", Mohamed El-Erian's "T-juction and diplomatic neutrality", along the "Lehman Squared" and "Gold's Perfect Storm" investment theses, and coins innovative ideas such as "anti-bubbles", "the acronyms", or "monetary supercycle", which join a series of innovative concepts such as "The Flattening of the Energy World", "The Energy Broadband", or "The Battle for Supply", from Diego's first book.
About the Author
Diego Parrilla has two decades of investment and senior leadership experience at global leading institutions in London, New York, Singapore, and Madrid, including JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, BlueCrest Capital and Dymon Asia, and is currently a Partner at Quadriga Asset Managers in Madrid. Diego is the co-author of best-selling book, The Energy World Is Flat: Opportunities from The End of Peak Oil (Wiley) with Daniel Lacalle, and a selective contributor to the Financial Times Insight Column, El Mundo, CNN, CNBC, Real Vision TV, or Bloomberg TV, amongst others. Diego holds an MSc mineral economics from the Colorado School of Mines, an MSc petroleum economics and management from the French Institute of Petroleum in Paris, and an MS and BS in mining and petroleum engineering at the Madrid School of Mines at the Polytechnic University of Madrid.