Financial Sense Newshour
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.
Jim looks at what triggered the recent sharp decline in gold. His Big Picture analysis contrasts the paper gold market versus the physical gold market and why you need to understand the difference. John Doody of the Gold Stock Analyst joins Jim to also discuss the recent gold declines, as well as give his analysis on the direction of gold and gold & silver stocks looking ahead. Lastly, Jim takes more of your Q-Calls.
Jim welcomes back energy expert Bill Powers of the Powers Energy Investor newsletter. Bill discusses Daniel Yergin (Chairman of IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associates) Exxon and Fracking, and explains how all three are related.
Dr. Robert Hirsch, Senior Energy Advisor at MISI, joins Jim to discuss an energy storm heading our way in the next two to three years. Dr. Hirsch believes Peak Oil is on our doorstep, nobody is taking notice, and we have no "Plan B."
Jim is pleased to welcome back Chris Skrebowski, a London-based expert on the global oil supply and founder of the Global Oil Megaprojects Database. Chris sees oil depletion overriding new oil supply, leading to higher prices in 2012 and beyond.
Axel Merk of Merk Investments LLC joins Jim Puplava this week. Axel sees a high probability of the Fed launching QE3 sometime in 2012. He also sees no quick fixes in Europe, as the leadership slowly works through the process of political and fiscal unification.
Jim is joined by Jeff Christian of CPM Group to discuss the precious metals. Jeff believes gold and silver are consolidating, but may peak short-term in first quarter 2012. Longer-term, Jeff believes platinum and palladium represent a better buying opportunity.
Jim is pleased to welcome back noted technician Bert Dohmen of the Wellington Letter. Bert sees a year-end rally but advises against getting over-invested. Cathlyn Harris joins the program to discuss her recent article...