Financial Sense Newshour
Ralph Acampora’s Investment Play of the Decade: Blue-Chip Stocks
Also Ryan Puplava on earnings, the debt limit debate and the European sovereign debt crisis, as well as your Q-Calls
Technician Ralph Acampora joins Jim this week to discuss his investment play of the decade: Blue Chip stocks. Ralph sees the Dow Jones Average reaching 20,000 within the next 2-3 years. In addition, Ryan Puplava discusses earnings results for the Blue Chips, the debate on the debt limit, and the sovereign debt crisis in Europe. Last but not least, Jim takes your Q-calls.
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Investment Opportunities in Blue Chips, Gold Stocks and Energy Stocks
Other topics, “The Last Hurrah: The 2012 Stimulus Plan” and “Get Ready For $5-$6 Gas as oil heads for $150-$170 a barrel next year”
On the Big Picture this week Jim and John tackle a number of key topics looking ahead to next year. The first is "The Last Hurrah: the 2012 Stimulus Plan." Jim sees a few tax cuts and lot more money printing ahead. The next topic is: "2012: Get ready for $5-$6 Gas, as Oil heads for $150-$170 a barrel." Last, but hardly least Jim discusses "Investment Opportunities Ahead in Blue Chips, Gold Stocks and Energy Stocks."
Laurence Kotlikoff on the US Fiscal Meltdown and Potential Rise of a Third Party
Kotlikoff also assesses the political demagoguery of the Medicare debate, and offers an alternative plan
Professor Laurence Kotlikoff joins Jim to discuss the US fiscal crisis as well as the Medicare debate turning into “MediScare” through political demagoguery.