Financial Sense Newshour Archive


Matthew Mather

Nov 19 – In a wide-ranging interview, best-selling author Matthew Mather sits down with Financial Sense to discuss his book, Darknet, the unknown technology behind it, his background in AI and robotics, and how AI is the driving force behind some of the world’s...


Roberto Aguilera

Nov 18 – Drawing on their extensive knowledge of the oil industry, Roberto Aguilera and Marian Radetzki provide an in-depth examination of the price of the world’s most important commodity in their new book, The Price of Oil. They argue that although oil has experienced...


Daniel Borochoff

Nov 17 – Jim welcomes Daniel Borochoff, President and Founder of Charity Watch, a nonprofit charity watchdog and information service. Charity Watch researches large nonprofit charitable organizations to evaluate their efficiency and accountability, while also educating...


James J Puplava CFP

Nov 16 – Jim has often covered topics on how to protect and pass on wealth to heirs with as few complications as possible. This week Jim and John discuss some of the burdens of wealth. It is not just about passing the money to one’s heirs...


Richard Dickson

Nov 14 – Jim welcomes back Richard Dickson, Chief Market Analyst at Lowry Research. Richard explains the tepid nature of the recent rally since September and views it as a rebound rally, and not the sign of a market ready to move significantly higher.

James J Puplava CFP

Nov 14 – In the first Big Picture topic this week, Headwinds or Tailwinds – What Lies Ahead?, Jim and John discuss if stocks will rally into the end of the year, or is what we’ve just seen been nothing more than a relief rally, rather than a continuation of the bull market. Taking a larger...


Gary Shilling PhD

Nov 13 – Jim welcomes back Gary Shilling PhD, president of A. Gary Shilling & Co, and publisher of Insight. Gary and Jim discuss the current economic environment in China and if it will continue to devalue its currency against the dollar. They also discuss the slow growth recovery in the US and how...


Charles Hugh Smith

Nov 12 – In his latest must-read book, Charles Hugh Smith tackles very large and hotly debated subjects with ease while drawing on a wealth of information packaged in his usual concise and colorful style (his example of the Jelly Bean Economy as...


Matthew Garrett

Nov 11 – Matthew Garrett, a global macro strategist/consultant and Senior Advisor to and The Daily Shot, explains why China may have to launch their own form of quantitative easing and how that fits into greater use of...


Laurence J Kotlikoff

Nov 10 – Laurence Kotlikoff, Professor of Economics at Boston University and an expert on the intricacies of Social Security, discusses the recently passed budget bill (without any hearings or time for public comment) that makes sweeping changes to Social Security...