TCF fellow Daniel Alpert, who is also a founding managing partner of Westwood Capital, LLC, has been in the press quite a bit in the last few months for his latest book, The Age of Oversupply, which focuses on global macroeconomics. This week, Alpert found himself the darling of Bloomberg TV discussing a range of economic issues from China's reserves (victim or cause of oversupply?), bond funds (they are the market piñata), and central banks (get ready for larger global imbalances). 

Watch the clips below.

Will Central Banks Help or Hurt Markets in 2014?

China's Reserves Are Over $3 Trillion

Bonds Are the Market Pinata of the Moment