Financial Sense Newshour
Chris Martenson on the Debt Crisis in Greece and What’s Ahead For the US
Jim welcomes Chris Martenson to analyze the debt crisis and why the US may be looking at a Greek tragedy
This week on the Financial Sense Newshour, Jim Puplava is joined by Chris Martenson to discuss the debt crisis in Greece and its implications for the US. Chris sees a political failure in both countries in coping with skyrocketing debt. The implications for the US are dire if policies do not change soon regarding the explosion of debt at all levels in the US.
Jim Puplava's Big Picture: Intervention, Repression and Volatility
Also this week, "Modern Portfolio Fallacy: the rules have changed" as well as technician Ron Griess and Ryan Puplava on the markets
On the Financial Sense Newshour this week, Jim continues his series on Financial Repression. Jim also explains how Modern Portfolio Theory should now be referred to as Modern Portfolio Fallacy, and explains how the rules have changed.
In addition, Jim is joined this week by technician Ron Griess who discusses real estate and notes that owners real estate equity is down 55% since the peak in 2006. He also explains that the inflation-adjusted price of gold and silver peaked in January 1980.
Ryan Puplava looks back at a volatile week for the markets and assesses the various statements from Ben Bernanke as well as the EU leadership regarding the Greek credit crisis.
The Cost of Energy Will Continue to Rise
Bill Powers explains why and offers ways to profit as energy gets ever more costly
Solar Energy: The Next Evolution
Jim Nelson of Solar3D Inc discusses a new technology that could dramatically increase the efficiency of solar cells
James Dines on Uranium: The Buy of a Lifetime
Jim Puplava and Mr. Dines discuss uranium, rare earths, precious metals and the stock market
This week Evelyn Garriss and Jim discuss her ominous forecast, the worst weather pattern she has seen in 35 years. Evelyn sees a cold winter, a poor harvest, and an active hurricane season over the next year.
Jim Puplava on the Big Picture: Time to Worry or Time for Opportunity?
Also, “The Shape of Things to Come” as Washington gears up for 2012, and technician Louise Yamada
On the Financial Sense Newshour this week, Jim and John discuss the markets and assess whether this is a time to worry and run for the exits, or a time of opportunity. Jim also explains the latest maneuvers in Washington DC and lays out the Election 2012 game-plan in a segment called "The shape of things to come." In addition, Jim is joined this week by noted technician Louise Yamada of Louise Yamada Advisors in New York City. Louise sees both the market fundamentals and technical indicators deteriorating. Louise currently sees the dollar and the stock market looking weak technically, while gold and oil are looking better.