Financial Sense Newshour
Jim is pleased to welcome Caesar Bryan, Portfolio Manager of the Gabelli Gold Fund back to the program. Caesar notes that if one of the major base-metal companies were to make an acquisition in the gold space, it would be a major catalyst for the gold sector.
Jim welcomes Charles Oliver, Senior Portfolio Manager of the Sprott Gold & Precious Minerals Fund to the program. Charles views gold stocks as unloved, under-owned, undervalued and believes the sector is ready to launch higher.
Jim is pleased to welcome back Nick Barisheff, CEO at Bullion Management Group Inc. Nick and Jim discuss the gold market and Nick explains why a gold price of $10,000 oz. may eventually be conservative. He also explains why gold ETF’s are good for trading, but for ownership, you want the real McCoy; physical gold.
Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning Garriss of the Browning Newsletter. Evelyn sees a continuation of the drought conditions in southern sections of the US and China. Evelyn notes the weather ahead may present problems for spring planting and challenges for Western water supplies this summer.
In part two of Jim’s interview with Felix Zulauf the discussion turns to the stock markets and gold. Felix believes gold will eventually rise two to three times in price and stresses the difference between paper and physical gold. He also sees the stock markets performing well in the first half of 2012, but believes things could turn around in the second half of this year.
Jim is pleased to welcome technician Bert Dohmen this week. Bert sees the election year cycle as positive for the markets, but also sees higher gold prices and significantly higher gas prices at the pump.
In this segment Jim takes on two more important Big Picture topics; "Enjoy it while it lasts−this is as good as it gets" as a warning against complacency and "Demographics + Financial Repression = Higher Dividends" in which...
In this key Big Picture topic, Jim explains in depth how to both own and buy gold. Jim also answers more of your Q-Calls in this segment.
Jim welcomes back Felix Zulauf, Founder and President at Zulauf Asset Management AG for another wide-ranging discussion. In the first of a two-part interview, Felix discusses the European debt crisis and believes the bailouts will be bigger than anticipated. He also sees money printing going global as central banks expand their balance sheets to equal or surpass the GDP of their respective countries. (CLICK HERE FOR TRANSCRIPT)
Jim welcomes Joe de Courcy, Editor of Courcy’s Intelligence Brief and Chief Executive of Intelligence Research Ltd in London. Joe is hearing the drumbeat of war getting louder in the Middle East, as talk of general war is coming from many sources.