Financial Sense Newshour
Felix Zulauf on the Growing Debt Dominos in Europe
Why it may take 1.5 to 2 trillion Euros to salvage the EU
Bert Dohmen: The Next Perfect Financial Storm
Also, Ryan Puplava on this week's market plunge and the European credit crisis, as well as your Q-Calls
Technician Bert Dohmen of the Wellington Letter sees a coming crisis in China, the US heading into recession, a massive Fed policy response, and gold going much higher. Ryan Puplava discusses the European credit crisis and shaky global markets this week. Jim also takes your Q-Calls.
Jim Puplava's Big Picture: Paradigm Shift - why what used to work is no longer working
Other topics: "Code Yellow - Elevated Economic/Market Threat" and "Where to Find Value in Precious Metals - What's Cheap and What's Expensive"
On the Big Picture this week Jim looks at three separate issues. First he sees a “paradigm shift” and explains why what used to work is no longer working. The next issue Jim calls “Code Yellow - the elevated economic/market threat”. Finally Jim evaluates where to find value in the precious metals sector - what’s cheap and what’s expensive.
Kurt Wulff: Opportunities Ahead in Oil & Gas Stocks
Wulff sees opportunity in large cap, small cap and royalty energy stocks
A Turning Point in History; the Sunset of the Age of Oil
Dr. Colin Campbell remains optimistic regarding a more local world after the Age of Oil
Chris Skrebowski: It’s Crunch Time for Energy
Peak Oil expert Skrebowski on why we’re headed for an energy crunch amidst global complacency
Neil Howe on the Fourth Turning; the Age of Conflict vs. Compromise
Jim Puplava speaks with Neil Howe on the Fourth Turning and the paths ahead to a foreboding future
This week on the Financial Sense Newshour mid-week edition, Jim Puplava speaks with Neil Howe, historian, economist, and demographer about the Fourth Turning: the Age of Conflict vs. Compromise.
Technician Robin Griffiths is Bearish on Equities, but Likes Gold
Also, Jim on “Stagflation, Recession and No Second Half Recovery”, plus Ryan Puplava on the markets
Robin Griffiths of Cazenove Capital in London joins Jim and sees weakness ahead for equities and a weak second half. Also, Jim discusses "Stagflation, Recession and No Second Half Recovery" in his first Big Picture segment. Ryan Puplava goes over sector performance and the default threat.