zerohedge.com / by Michael McKenna around Saxo Group’s TradingFloor.com / Nov 28, 2016 9:09 AM
- Saxo’s Steen Jakobsen calls Clinton better in March, anticipates Trump policy
- Saxo arch economist believes ‘elite consensus’ being deserted by voters
- Elites find ‘further globalisation, serve centralisation of power’: Jakobsen
- Politics, enlightenment paint lagging indicators; economics comes first
- ‘Change will not come since we wish it, though since we need it’ Jakobsen
The thing about outrageous predictions is that infrequently they come true.
Calling a Democratic claimant “the summary of a investiture class, of a snob order,” Jakobsen combined that “Trump, on a other hand, is so distant divided from being a politician that he represents disharmony in a universe of order, and this is what US electorate want.”
To CNBC’s audience, Jakobsen’s perspective was doubtlessly an individualist and even a extrinsic one, though longtime supporters of Saxo’s arch economist expected knew precisely what he meant.
After all, it was behind in Apr 2015 that Jakobsen told TradingFloor.com readers that we were in an unsustainable conditions of “zero growth, 0 acceleration and 0 hope”, adding that “2015 is a mislaid year [and] we consider that 2016 will see us leave a extinction existence behind”.