Financial Sense Newshour
Bert Dohmen Says Stock Market Warning Flags Are Flying
Ron Griess Tracks the History of the US Deficit
Bert Dohmen speaks with Jim Puplava about how inflation disguises economic weakness and how the warning flags are flying over the stock market at current levels. Ronald Griess joins the show as well with Jim to explore debt, the debt ceiling, the federal budget and inflation and take a look at Federal deficit spending going all the way back to 1924.
Nicole Foss- Preparing for the next Tsunami
The peaking of oil prices and the coming Depression. Resource Wars to follow.
This week in her discussions with Jim Puplava, Nicole 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.
Algae to Oil- the Silver Bullet for Energy?
OriginOil CEO Riggs Eckelberry on the viable commercial applications of converting algae to oil.
This week Riggs and Jim Puplava discuss how algae can be converted into oil economically and with numerous commercial applications. Indeed, according to Riggs, the major oil companies are all working on algae projects as a future source of renewable oil.
Gold and Silver prices- the factors driving them higher
FSN Metals Update with David Morgan and John Doody
Marin Katusa on America’s looming energy disaster
Legal attacks on shale plays and fracking technology at home. Dependence on imported oil from increasingly unfriendly or unstable countries.
This week Marin and Jim Puplava discuss what Marin believes to be America’s looming energy disaster. The shutting down of shale plays, the controversy of fracking technology, and the assault of environmental litigation on many domestic energy sources make for a daunting energy future, especially combined with imported energy coming from increasingly tenuous sources.
For more than half a century, the U.S. dollar has been not just America's currency but the world's. It is used globally by importers, exporters, investors, governments and central banks alike. Nearly three-quarters of all $100 bills circulate outside the United States. The dollar holdings of the Chinese government alone come to more than $1,000 per Chinese resident. This dependence on dollars, by banks, corporations and governments around the world, is a source of strength for the United States. It is, as a critic of U.S. policies once put it, America's "exorbitant privilege." However, recent events have raised concerns that this soon may be a privilege lost.