Felix Zulauf, a legendary investor, founder and president of Zulauf Asset Management AG in Zug, Switzerland and a member of Barron’s Roundtable for over 20 years, gave an interview to Jim from Financialsense regarding the state of the world economy. In a discussion between the two, you can learn what Felix see in the future for the USA, Europe and China. He is worried but also an optimist that the bubble could continue. He thinks that China will have to devalue and the world is at risk of going down into a recession or a new crisis. The ECB actions and intiation of quantitative easing will translate into more deflation worldwide even though it will put a stop to Europe’s deflation probably.
At the end, Felix Zulauf gives his outlook on gold, and how he would be investing in the current environment.
You can read more Felix Macro views on our special page about him. Some of his calls from January are:
Bearish Stocks – Deflation Coming. 15%+ Stock Correction in Spring 2015.
2015 Will be Good Year for Traders Because of High Volaility
Oil Decline is bad for the Economy as Oil-Jobs are High Paying
Bullish USD January
There you can also read his bio, notable achievements, personal info and more news such as his 2015 Barron’s Roundtable Predictions
Felix Zulauf was born in 1950 in Switzerland. His career started in 1973 at the age of 23 as a trader for the Swiss Bank Corporation where he mastered research and portfolio management at many leading investment banks in France, Switzerland and USA. After that he worked at UBS Switzerland where between 1977 and 1988 he was the manager of UBS’s global mutual funds, and a leader of the institutional portfolio management division. He was also a global strategist for the UBS Group. Before starting his own fund he also held positions at Clariden Bank where between 1988 and 1990 he was in charge of the bank’s investment policy. After he left Clariden Bank in 1990, he started his own hedge fund “Zulauf Asset Management”.
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