Financial Sense Newshour
In this segment, Jim looks at "The way we see 2012 shaping up," which figures to be a very interesting and likely volatile year. In addition Rob Bernard of the PFS Group discusses strategies for tax-free income.
In this segment of the Big Picture, Jim looks at the tough choice facing many investors in volatile markets; cash vs. dividends.
Jim welcomes back energy analyst Chris Nelder this week. Chris notes that nearly 40 years since the great 1973 Energy Crisis, the US still does still not have a credible energy policy.
Jim welcomes Francois Trahan this week, Vice Chairman and Chief Investment Strategist of Wolfe Trahan & Co. in New York. Francois sees monetary stimulus, rising economic indicators and low expectations equaling higher stock prices in the first half of 2012.
Jim is pleased to welcome back Don Coxe, Chairman of Coxe Advisors LLP. Don sees a brighter picture for 2012, with Europe muddling through its debt problems. He is also bullish on blue-chip dividend stocks, the agriculture sector, and sees better days ahead for gold investors.
Bert Dohmen joins Jim this week for a discussion of what Bert sees ahead for the global economy in this critical year. Bert also is announcing a special seminar “The Perfect Financial Storm?” he his holding in Los Angeles on January 21st. For more details see the following link. http://www.dohmencapital.com/seminar_01_2012.htm
Jim is pleased to welcome back Bud Conrad from Casey Research to discuss the ongoing European financial crisis and its implications for Europe and the rest of the world. He also sees more money-printing ahead, followed by higher gold prices.
John Ing of Maison Placements Canada Inc. joins Jim to discuss the gold markets. John sees gold stocks outperforming bullion this year and believes gold will hit $3,000 oz. in 2012.
Louise Yamada joins Jim to look back at 2011 and ahead to 2012. She sees opportunities, but lots of volatility. Jim’s first Big Picture topic is "The Consensus for 2012" and Ryan Puplava wraps up this week in the markets. Jim also takes your Q-Calls this segment.
In this segment Jim looks at two important Big Picture topics, "Black Swans & Wild Cards," regarding what could go wrong and what could go right in 2012, as well as...