Financial Sense Newshour
Jim Puplava and George Karahalios sit down for a broad-ranging macro discussion covering currency wars, government intervention, the peak oil business cycle, revenge of the free market, and could the US be the next Greece?
In this segment Jim and George look at investment survival tactics for the new year and beyond. These include basic necessities, gold stocks, a discussion on when gold may be too precious, and lastly an exit strategy.
Dr. Marc Faber of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report joins Jim Puplava on Financial Sense Newshour in a wide-ranging interview to discuss Ben Bernanke, QE3, inflation, gold and much more.
Professor of Economics and Law William Black explains to Jim why no one has gone to jail four years after the beginning of the historic Credit Crisis. Professor Black believes that the level of corruption and fraud is so pervasive that very few of the guilty will ever be brought to justice.
Eric Sprott, Founder of Sprott Asset Management, discusses with Jim silver manipulation and why he sees silver as the investment for the next decade.
On Financial Sense Newshour, John Williams discusses with Jim Puplava America's day of reckoning and hyperinflation.
Jim welcomes back Puru Saxena from Hong Kong to discuss the global economic outlook. Puru sees a culmination of the European debt crisis in the first half of 2012 and advises investors to remain cautious and avoid risk assets.
In her discussions with Jim Puplava, Nicole Foss believes we will see the peaking of oil prices, the next bout of deflation and a looming depression. She sees resource wars as inevitable, given this deflationary scenario.
Jim is pleased to welcome back popular technician Frank Barbera to the program this week. Frank advises investors to stay defensive, or "in the bunker." Ryan Puplava analyzes this week’s market activity and Rob Bernard joins the program to speak about...
In this segment Jim addresses two very important subjects, "The Gathering Storm" regarding the sovereign debt crisis in Europe, and why he believes the Fed will launch QE3 in response next year.