Radio and Print

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A Moment with Danielle DiMartino Booth, Author of Fed Up: How the Federal Reserve is Bad for America — The American Dreams Show with Alan Olsen

Full-Length Feature Profile

Danielle DiMartino Booth in DCEO Magazine

Radio/Podcast Interviews

Danielle DiMartino Booth on Economy – Overnight America, KMOX, December 11, 2018

Danielle DiMartino Booth of Quill Intelligence on The Lance Roberts Show — December 7, 2018

Smart Money May Be Getting Out of Market Now — Bloomberg Opinion, October 18, 2018

Central Bank Cheap Money Now a Global Contagion — Silver Bullion, October 17, 2018

Danielle with TradCatKnight  —

Danielle DiMartino Booth, KFNN "Business for Breakfast", 9.11.18

Danielle DiMartino Booth Joins Jeffrey Sherman and Sam Lau on The Sherman Show, August, 30, 2018 — DoubleLine podcast

Trump vs. the Federal Reserve: Don't Expect 15% Inflation and Soaring Rates — TheStreet, August 21, 2018

Bloomberg Opinion Radio Bloomberg Opinion Radio: Weekend Edition for August 24, 2018 — "Student Loans Are Starting to Bite"

Bloomberg Markets via Bloomberg Radio — July 13, 2018 — Are Rates Too High?

The Bubba Show – Should Federal Reserve be Propping Up the Stock Market? – April 25, 2018 — Is the Trade War Good for the Country?

Futures Radio Show:  MS: 31 Trading The Fed, April 25, 2018 — Danielle DiMartino-Booth, President of Money Strong, and Mark Yusko CEO and CIO at Morgan Creek Capital Management

Real Investment Hour with Lance Roberts, March 29, 2018 — Danielle DiMartino-Booth: What Powell Really Said

The Street, March 25, 2018  What You Need to Know About Jerome Powell's First Federal Reserve Meeting

The Disciplined Investor, March 25, 2018, Jerome Powell’s first outing and we delve into what he said – and didn’t say.

TradCatKnight Radio, February 18, 2018, Danielle DiMartino Booth "Anxious Economics & MoneyMaster Manipulation"

Jay Taylor Media, January 17, 2018 Jay interviews Danielle DiMartino Booth about how rising interest rates could impact the economy.

Bloomberg View Radio: Weekend Edition for the Week of January 13, 2018, Bloomberg View Weekend Edition hosted by June Grasso. 

Ex-Federal Reserve Insider Speaks Out, Gold Newsletter, Fergus Hodson — 11.13.17

Sprott Money News Ask the Expert — Danielle DiMartino Booth — November 2017

The Money Answers Show with Jordan Goodman — 10.30.17

Behind the Markets with Jeremy Schwartz — 10.20.17

 Business for Breakfast — 9.21.17

Hurricane Harvey and the impact on the oil markets — Price of Business — August 29, 2017

Bloomberg P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz — Retail Pain at 22:54  — August 8, 2017

The Lance Roberts ShowAugust 8, 2017 Who will Replace Janet Yellen?
Segment 1   |   Segment 2   |  Segment 2 short

Cashflow Ninja with MC Laubscher — August 7, 2017

Danielle on MoneyRadio1510 — June 13, 2017

Bloomberg View — DiMartino Booth on Productivity, May 6, 2017

MacroVoices:  Erik Townsend welcomes Danielle DiMartino Booth to MacroVoices

The Economic Warrior — The Economic Warrior with special guest Danielle Booth — 4.17.17

With by Lance Roberts: Danielle DiMartino Booth on Fed Policy Error, — February 24, 2017

Danielle DiMartino Booth, Bloomberg’s Shulyatyeva, on the Fed — Bloomberg — Feb 17, 2017

With Tom Keene and Mike McKee onBloomberg Surveillance

Dawn Bennett, Host of Radio Show "Financial Myth Busting," Interviews Danielle DiMartino Booth, Chief Market Strategist at Liscio Report

Opinion Pieces

High Earners Are Making the Fed’s Job More Difficult — In a rare occurrence, households with the most purchasing power are more pessimistic than those with the least — Bloomberg Opinion, December 5, 2018

Fed’s Rosy Outlook Snubs History — Goldilocks herself would blush at the near-perfect jobs and inflation scenario forecast by the central bank — Bloomberg Opinion, November 5, 2018

Why Main Street Should Worry About Wall Street's Bond Selloff — The potential for higher borrowing costs to inflict damage on household finances has grown in the era of extraordinarily easy monetary policy — Bloomberg Opinion, October 18, 2018

The U.S. Economy Is on a Sugar High — Many companies are rushing to secure products and materials before the trade war worsens — Bloomberg Opinion, October 4, 2018

Student Loans Are Starting to Bite the Economy Potential homeowners are being thwarted by the costs of paying off bills for higher education — Bloomberg Opinion, August 20, 2018

Housing’s Headwinds Are Getting Stiffer — Plans to buy a home in the next six months have tumbled to the lowest level since June 2016 — Bloomberg Opinion, July 31, 2017

What the GDP Report Won’t Tell You About the Economy — Surveys are starting to show a clear trend of corporate executives becoming much less confident — Bloomberg, July 26, 2018

The Corporate Bond Market Is Getting Junkier — Few investors realize the ticking time bombs populating what they believe are the safest parts of their portfolios — Bloomberg, July 10, 2018

Fed’s Powell Orchestrates a Masterful Move — The central bank chairman’s “plain-English” approach to monetary policy is working — Bloomberg, June 14, 2018

Strong Labor Market? Dig a Bit Deeper — Hiring intentions this year are off by almost half compared with 2017. — Bloomberg, June 7, 2018

Something's Amiss in the U.S. Jobs Market—The pace of employment cuts in the service sector is accelerating — Bloomberg, May 15, 2018

Markets Better Prepare for Stagflation — By all metrics, prices are heating up. But the same can't be said for economic activity — Bloomberg, April 24, 2018

Powell Shows Markets He Won't Be Rattled by Volatility— The smart money may head for the hills anyway — Bloomberg, April 4, 2018

Some Dark Clouds in the February Jobs Data — Fed policy makers should remember that employment lags all economic indicators — Bloomberg, March 9, 2018

Powell Brings Plain-Spokenness to the Fed — Expect him to tell it like it is in his first congressional testimony this week — Bloomberg, February 27, 2018

Inflation's Real Threat to the Economy — The risk is that growth will be thrown off course before wage gains have a chance to take hold — Bloomberg, February 14, 2018

It's Too Early to Assess Yellen’s Legacy – Her policy approach may not ensure lasting financial stability. — Bloomberg, January 31, 2018

The Fed Is Targeting the Wrong Inflation — The central bank's go-to metric minimizes the weight of rent and over-emphasizes health care. — Bloomberg, January 18, 2018

U.S. Households May Rue the Binge of 2017 — Americans will soon find out they have been living beyond their means. — Bloomberg, January 5, 2018

The Fed's Long-Awaited Wage Inflation Is at Hand — Producer prices are accelerating at the fastest pace since 2012. That has begun to seep through to wages. — Bloomberg, December 15, 2017

Fed Has Left The PPI For Dead- At Its Peril: Dimartino Booth —  Bloomberg,  December 14, 2017

Jobs Report's Strong Demand May Not Be Lasting — Bloomberg, December 8, 2017

Supply Shocks Raise Odds of a Fed Mistake – The low inventories will distort the inflation data — Bloomberg, November 9, 2017

Don't Rely on U.S. Consumers to Power Global Growth — Bloomberg, October 18, 2017

Investors Are Too Inured to Markets' Repeated Records — Bloomberg, October 4, 2017

How the Fed Will Take Account of Hurricanes — Bloomberg, September 20, 2007

Record Incomes Mean Little in Debt Era — Bloomberg,  September 14, 2017

Here Is the Biggest Worry Every Investor Should Have Once the Fed Starts Unwinding Its Monstrous Balance Sheet The Street, August 30, 2017

Fed Easing Isn't as Crazy as It Sounds — Bloomberg,  August 24, 2017

Autos Put Economic Downside Risks on Full Display — Bloomberg,  August, 22, 2017

Greenspan’s Legacy Explains Current Conundrums —  Bloomberg,  August 11, 2017

EM Spreads Are Embedded to Sovereign Risk, Sassower Says — Bloomberg,  August 8, 2017

Back to School Means More Retail Agony — Bloomberg,  August 3, 2017

Like Markets, Jobs Are Due for a Jolt — Bloomberg,  July 28, 2017

This Recovery Isn't All That Resilient — Bloomberg, July 21, 2017

Private Equity and Passive Investors Are on a Collision Course — Bloomberg, July 6, 2017

The Fed Needs to Acknowledge Slowing Economy Too much debt is putting a strain on car sales, retail and commercial real estate. – Bloomberg Prophets —  June 23, 2017

The Fed Needs to Acknowledge Slowing Economy — Bloomberg, June 23, 2017

The Inconvenient Truth of Consumer Debt — Bloomberg, June 8, 2017

The Housing Moment Investors Dread Is Here — Bloomberg, May 19, 2017

Car Sales Will Be Key to Job Creation — Bloomberg, May 11, 2017

The 'Bernanke Doctrine' Is Played Out — Bloomberg, May 3, 2017

Macy's and the Survival of Retailing — Bloomberg, April 20, 2017

Bonds Backed by Auto Loans Look Toxic — Bloomberg, April 12, 2017

The Fed Is Bedeviled by Keynes's Paradox — Bloomberg, March 30, 2017

Pension Crisis Too Big for Markets to Ignore — Bloomberg, March 26, 2017

It’s stand and deliver time for Trump and Congress on deregulation — CNBC OpEd — March 23, 2017

The ECB Faces a Balance Sheet Dilemma — Bloomberg,  March 9, 2017

Consumers Are Too Giddy When It Comes to Borrowing — Bloomberg, February 14, 2017

After 104 years, Fed practices need a facelift. Badly. — The Hill, February 14, 2017

Debt and Deficits Are About to Matter Again for Investors — Bloomberg, February 3, 2017

Heed the Fed's Balance Sheet Banter — Bloomberg, January 24, 2017

Rebuild the Fed From the Bottom Up — Bloomberg, Jan 5, 2017

Betting on Zero: The Road to Negative Rates 

Financial Times: Fed Must Stop Dithering and Take Action

Print Interviews

The Fed's minutes may unlock details about Jerome Powell's ultimate plan — Yahoo Finance, October 18, 2018

Global Monetary Policy is Tightening. Dry Powder is Building. What Now? — October 9, 2018, KNect365 Finance

As Fed Tightens, Investors Give Up Crisis-Era Rate Protection, Bloomberg Markets, July 20, 2018

‘ECB and Fed are not in touch with the real world’, ENGLISH TRANSLATION,  dS, May 15, 2018, ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Economy Wire :  Is the Federal Reserve Bad for America? A Conversation with Danielle DiMartino Booth

FED UP… An Insider’s Take On Why The Federal  Reserve Is Bad For America  Richard Bowen —  June 23, 2017

Danielle DiMartino Booth is Spreading Financial Literacy by Speaking the Truth Few on Wall Street Would Dare
June 14, 2017 –  Elaine Rau of 

Cassandra of the Crash: An Interview With Former Dallas Fed Researcher Danielle DiMartino Booth
July 2017 issue Digital Edition,

11 Takeaways from Danielle Dimartino Booth 
June 09, 2017 – Cole Henson, Architect, GFF of TREC Wire via

Wall Street Journal  — Former Fed Staffer Says Central Bank Is Under the Thumb of Academics
Michael S. Derby  

Value Walk — Danielle DiMartino Booth: An Insider Exposes The Evils Of The Fed — February 12, 2017

The Washington Free Beacon — Danielle DiMartino Booth: An Insider Exposes The Evils Of The Fed
Ali Myer — February 8, 2016

Fox Business: What Diverging US Manufacturing Data Says about the Sector
Victoria Craig — April 1, 2016

Forbes:  Fed Reaction: Markets Embrace Fed's Dovish Tone
JJ Kinahan — March 16, 2016

Avoid the Siren Call of Index Funds — Wall Street Daily
Tim Maverick — February 29, 2016

US Treasurys are the place to be: Pimco's Clarida — CNBC Economy
Kate Rooney — February 24, 2016

The U.S. Federal Reserve Further Unsettled Investors

An Energy Firm’s Collapse Casts an Ominous Sign Over Mortgage Bonds — Bloomberg
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