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Felix Zulauf

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Jim is joined by Switzerland’s Felix Zulauf to discuss the growing sovereign debt crisis in Europe, other global imbalances, and why he is not optimistic about the future.

Ronald Stoeferle

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Analyst Ronald Stoeferle of the Erste Group in Austria joins Jim to discuss a return to sound money and gold price targets of $2300, $5000 and $10,000 per oz.

Chris Martenson

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Chris Martenson sees a crisis ahead, and explains why massive fiscal stimulus (QE3) is coming along with gold heading to even greater heights.

bert-dohmen

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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.

Financial Sense Newshour

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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.

Energy Update

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Kurt Wulff sees much higher oil and gas prices next year and advises building a portfolio of selected large cap, small cap and royalty energy stocks.

Colin Campbell PhD

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Peak Oil pioneer Dr. Colin Campbell joins Jim to discuss the sunset of the Oil Age and the growing importance of living a more local life.

Chris Skrebowski

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Energy analyst and Peak Oil expert Chris Skrebowski joins Jim Puplava to discuss his doubts regarding OPEC’s spare capacity and the potential for a severe energy crunch.

Neil Howe

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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.

Robin Griffiths

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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.

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