Years Ahead of Its Time: A Rare 2003 Roundtable Predicting Today's Events
Topics discussed: Housing bubble, stock market collapse and bottom before 2010, an explosive move in gold, the threat of massive derivatives holdings in major banks, tariffs, trade wars, and eventual protests/social unrest
In a rare roundtable discussion, Richard Russell, Peter Eliades, Tim Wood, and the late Kennedy Gammage discuss a bursting housing bubble, stock market bottom before 2010, beginning of a long term bull market in gold, future protests, trade wars, and much more.
About the Guests:
Richard Russell began publishing Dow Theory Letters in 1958, and he has been writing the Letters ever since (never once having skipped a Letter). Dow Theory Letters is the oldest service continuously written by one person in the business.
Peter Eliades has been a regular panelist on ABC’s weekly Sunday show, Business World, and has made guest appearances on FNN, CNBC, Wall Street Week, and Nightly Business Report. He has been featured in some of the nation’s most prestigious publications including Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Futures Magazine among others.
Tim Wood is a technical analyst whose studies are based on his knowledge of both Market Cycles and Dow Theory. His knowledge of cycles is based on the methods he learned from Walter Bressert. His knowledge of Dow Theory has come from studies of the original works of Charles H. Dow, William Peter Hamilton, Robert Rhea, E. George Schaefer, and Richard Russell.
Kennedy Gammage passed away Jan. 3, 2006 and was the editor and publisher of The Richland Report. He was a familar guest on CNBC, to readers of Barron's, and as a nationwide lecturer and commentator. Graduating from Harvard Business School he wrote extensively on gold, the financial markets, and was an expert on the Kondratiev Wave.