A perennially bearish hedge fund manager with an Austrian economics bent recently appeared as a guest on the Tom Woods Show. Tom Woods opened the discussion with:
What do you say to somebody who says, “The trouble with you Austrian-influenced financial guys is that you’re always bearish, so of course you’re going to be right when things go wrong. Why should I listen to you now?”
Great question. Are we Austrians eventually right, but always early? Is this one “big, fat, ugly bubble” that, when it bursts, will vindicate all of us? Are we just flat wrong? Is Austrian Business Cycle Theory (ABCT) out of touch with reality? Or are we stopped clocks, right twice a day, but miss out on a lot of opportunities the rest of the time?
For the full article by Kevin Duffy, see here.