Financial Sense Newshour
Marc Faber says QE3, More Inflation Coming and Advises Buying Gold Now
Faber: Ben Bernanke doesn’t understand international economics
John Williams on the Road to Hyperinflation 2014
Williams says to start preparing now as time grows short
Axel Merk: Americans are Over-Exposed to US Dollar Risk
Merk believes diversifying away from dollar-denominated assets will help protect purchasing power
Axel Merk, president of the Merk Funds and an authority on strategic currency investing, joins Jim to discuss his latest White Paper, "US Investors Overexposed to US Dollar Risk?". Merk’s research concludes that 89.3% of the U.S. personal sector’s assets are directly linked to the risk of the U.S. dollar declining.
Puru Saxena: QE3 is Inevitable This Year
Going into an election year with too much debt, Saxena sees more QE next year and $150 oil likely as well
Technician Quint Tatro Sees Sideways Action Continuing
Quint Tatro on the markets, Ryan Puplava on US jobs report and Portugal, and Q-calls
Technician Quint Tatro is back on Financial Sense Newshour to talk about the continuing sideways action in the markets, while Ryan Puplava covers the US jobs report.
Jim Puplava's Big Picture: Macro Conspiracies and Micro Realities
Jim and George Karahalios discuss government influence in all aspects of the markets, not just the silver market
George Karahalios, private investor, joins Jim Puplava this week on Financial Sense Newshour and discusses with Jim Puplava the government's influence in all aspects of the markets.
2012 Energy Crisis Now Looking Likely
Chris Nelder believes US will see $150/barrel oil or higher next year
Jim Puplava is joined by Chris Nelder this week on Financial Sense Newshour. Chris believes a 2012 energy crisis is likely and that we will see $150 per barrel or higher oil next year.
Don Coxe Sees Sovereign Risk Moving West
The Capital Asset Pricing Model is being driven into a ditch by governments on both sides of the Atlantic
On the Financial Sense Newshour this week, Jim is joined by Don Coxe, founder of Coxe Advisors LLP. Don and Jim discuss Don’s latest Basic Points research report "Naught’s Had; All’s Spent". Don points to a growing risk for a new type of crisis for the United States, sovereign risk--both in Treasury bonds and municipal bonds. Don expects that in a year or less, US treasury bonds will trade at higher yields than many high-grade corporate bonds.