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Steve Keen

Jun 30 – Steve Keen discusses two fundamental flaws of current economic thinking and how market complexity (including the role of money, debt, and banks) are forcing a Copernican Revolution on what some refer to as...

Adam Sherry

Jun 29 – This week Jim and John address The Hamilton Project, a report on retirement issued by the Brookings Institution. Most households in the United States find retirement planning a daunting challenge, with good reason. Rising life...

James J Puplava CFP

Jun 27 – This week on the Big Picture Jim continues the theme that has the market’s undivided attention; the coming rate rising cycle by the Federal Reserve. Much of the economic recovery has centered on Fed policy, which has...

David P Nicoski CMT

Jun 27 – Jim welcomes David Nicoski CMT, Director of Research at Vermilion Technical Research. Dave believes we are in a period of rotation and uncertainty in the overall market, and historically it is likely to continue to move higher.

Frances Coppola

Jun 26 – Greece, like so many other nations and governments after the 2008 financial crisis, received a series of large bailouts as its economy sank into disarray. Now, years later, Greece’s creditors are asking for those loans to be paid back...

Steven Kotler

Jun 25 – Exponential technology is having a major impact on our world. Steven Kotler likens it to an asteroid hitting the earth, “extinguishing the large and lumbering” and “clearing a giant path for the quick and nimble.”

Gary Shilling PhD

Jun 24 – Despite the Federal Reserve’s forecasts of 4% growth since 2012, the reality has been in the 2% range. Jim welcomes back A. Gary Shilling PhD, President of A Gary Shilling & Company. Gary believes that 2% growth is likely...

Roy Sebag

Jun 23 – Cris Sheridan welcomes Roy Sebag, Founder and CEO of BitGold, who has created “a legal, tax-compliant and existing financial-system compatible gold standard, available to all global citizens.” Roy explains...

Jack Wolfson

Jun 22 – Due to advances in medicine people are living longer. According to the Social Security Administration, a male aged 65 today has a life expectancy of nearly 83 years, and a woman 85 years. But these are just average figures for the general population.

James J Puplava CFP

Jun 20 – Jim’s first topic on the Big Picture this week is “The Fed’s High Wire Act – Crisis or Goldilocks?” The Fed has lowered their economic forecast again from the beginning of the year, and we now live in a “data dependent” world.