Financial Sense Newshour: Big Picture
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Navigating The New Normal – The Petro Business Cycle
Also, “Looking For Yields In All The Wrong Places”
In this week’s edition of the Big Picture, Jim’s first topic is “Navigating the New Normal – the Petro Business Cycle”. Jim looks at the best way to survive and thrive in a world with more volatility and rapid business cycles. His next topic is “Looking for yields in all the wrong places”. Jim discusses how to avoid the pitfalls of reaching for yield in a zero interest rate world.
On The Record – John Interviews Jim
Jim Puplava gives his current views on an array of financial topics and also answers Q-Calls
Jim’s popular segment called “On The Record” makes its return this week. John Loeffler takes the role of interviewer this segment, and asks Jim about his thinking and analysis on a broad spectrum of financial topics. Jim also answers your Q-Calls in this segment of the program.
The Lifetime Income Series: Planning for Retirement Under Obamanomics
Also Dr. Drew Collins: Assessing Heart Disease Risk and Prevention
The Lifetime Income Series will now be featured on Mondays. In this week's edition, Jim looks at some specific strategies for retirement planning under the new reality of "Obamanomics". In addition, Jim interviews Dr. Drew Collins from the San Diego Preventive Medicine Clinic. Dr. Collins will assess the risks associated with heart disease and how to help prevent America's #1 killer disease. Jim will also discuss the very high costs of treating heart disease, and how good health should be an essential part of every comprehensive retirement plan.
Jim’s Big Picture: 2013- The Economy & The Stock Market – The Consensus View
Also, “2013 Wild Cards – What could throw consensus thinking off-course?” and “2013 Outside-the-Box Events Nobody’s Thinking About”
In this segment of the Big Picture, Jim first lays out the consensus view of the economy and stock market for 2013. Next, Jim looks at possible Wild Cards in 2013, and how they could change the consensus viewpoint. Lastly, Jim looks at some “outside-the-box” events that nobody is thinking about, but have a high probability of coming true in 2013.
In this segment of the Big Picture, Jim gives his predictions for 2013, which he titles, "Policy, Trouble, and a Silent Bubble". He then turns to his investment themes for 2013, and looks at where are the best places to put your money this year.
Jim's Big Picture: Looking Back at the 2012 Stock Market
Also, "The Housing Sector Is Getting Stronger" and "Is Shale Oil the Savior of US Energy Woes?"
In this special year-end edition of the Financial Sense Newshour, Jim looks back at the 2012 stock market and evaluates its performance. In the next topic, Jim looks at the recovering housing sector and the reasons behind it. Lastly, Jim covers the topic of shale oil, and if it could be the savior for our energy woes.
Jim's Big Picture: How the Petro Business Cycle Affects the Economy
Also, "The New Economy Is Tax, Inflate, and Spend, But No Reform"
In this segment, Jim looks at the Petro Business Cycle and how it affects the economy in a significant way. In the next topic, Jim asseses the “new economy”. It will involve more taxing, inflating and spending, but likely little or no real reform.
Jim’s Big Picture: The “2012 Predictions” Scorecard
Also, “The Media failure to tell the whole economic story”
In this special holiday edition of the Financial Sense Newshour, Jim looks back at his 2012 predictions from January, and evaluates how they turned out. Also in this segment, Jim discusses the failure of the media to tell the whole economic story, and in effect mislead the public as to the true picture of the economy.
In this segment Jim analyzes the 2012 election results, specifically what the re-election of President Obama means for the markets looking into 2013. The uncertainty prior to the election has not disappeared, but there is certainly more clarity now for business leaders to begin making strategic decisions for 2013.
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Opposing Forces – Monetary vs. Fiscal Policy
“The Warren Buffett Way- how to pay minimum taxes” and “The Gold Industry- Forget the Metal, Focus on Gold Stocks”
In this week’s Big Picture segment, Jim looks at three interesting topics. The first is “Opposing Forces – monetary vs. fiscal policy”. The second topic is “The Warren Buffett Way- how to pay minimum taxes”, dealing with how Warren has used dividends and capital gains to avoid paying a high rate of tax. The final Big Picture topic is “The gold industry- forget the metal; focus on gold stocks”. Jim looks at the issue of the significant undervaluation of quality gold companies, as compared with the price of gold bullion. Jim also takes more of your Q-Calls this segment.