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David Morgan

Jim welcomes back silver expert David Morgan, founder of The Morgan Report. David sees silver as confirming the recent move in gold, and believes that the gold and silver consolidation period is now over. David notes that the individual investor is out of the precious metals stocks, and won’t likely come back until gold hits $2,000 oz. He also notes a potentially market-moving development, as the Royal Canadian Mint and Sprott Silver have plans to buy 10 million ounces of silver in the near future.

Bert Dohmen

Jim welcomes back Bert Dohmen, President & Founder at Dohmen Capital Research Institute. Bert has just returned from Dubai and sees this dynamic country as the Singapore of the Middle East. Bert also sees the recent market sell-off as triggered by early tax selling. He doesn’t see economic conditions improving in the US, Europe of Japan, and believes there could be another financial crisis like 2008 if government spending is not controlled. Bert notes that 21 trillion dollars in fiscal and monetary stimulus in the US can’t produce more than a 1-2 % growth rate. His current outlook for investors is buy gold, and avoid (or short) the market.

Axel Merk

Axel Merk of Merk Investments LLC joins Jim to look at the “fiscal cliff” and other issues facing Washington. Axel believes the bond vigilantes will eventually show up and the fireworks will begin in the bond market.

Yolanda York

In this week’s Lifetime Income Series, Jim looks at three different topics. In “Bad News For Junior” Jim discusses the reports that say Baby Boomers will continue to spend on their lifestyle into old age, thus leaving less for their children.

Louis Vincent Gave

Jim welcomes back Louis-Vincent Gave, CEO at GaveKal in Hong Kong. Louis believes the Chinese market has bottomed, and there is value to be found there, particularly in RMB bonds. He sees tax increases in the US as a short-term headwind to the markets, and looks to a “Dogs of the Dow” strategy as the most sensible way to invest in the US near term. Louis also sees increasing merger and acquisition activity as a big story in 2013.

Nick Barisheff

Jim welcomes Nick Barisheff, CEO at Bullion Management Group. Nick sees gold moving higher by the end of the year, as Germany begins repatriating gold, and central banks have leased out massive amounts of gold, which Nick believes is the elephant in the room. He also notes that a number of bullion banks are sitting on large short positions in gold. Nick sees the current situation in simple terms; buy when prices are down.

Brian Pretti

Jim welcomes back Brian Pretti CFA, Managing Editor at Brian sees a likely political compromise on the “Fiscal Cliff” tax increases and spending cuts due to start in January. They will cut a deal, or at the least, postpone any decision until later in the year. Brian also discusses the sorry state of the economy in California, and how recent significant tax increases won’t help matters. Brian and Jim also discuss the state of the markets post-election.

big flatline

In an urgent follow-up to his best-selling Why Your World Is About To Get A Whole Lot Smaller, Jeff Rubin argues that the end of cheap oil means the end of growth. What it will be like to live in a world where growth is over?

when all plans fail

In this week’s Lifetime Income Series, Jim discusses how to prepare for a disaster—with regards to financial planning in retirement and for the real thing. Special guest, Dr. Paul R Williams, author of When All Plans Fail, discusses the ins-and-outs of disaster preparation as he is currently in New York providing disaster relief to numerous areas.

Ross Hansen

Jim welcomes Ross Hansen, Founder of Northwest Territorial Mint, now America’s largest private mint. Jim and Ross cover a variety of topics, including Ross’ belief that Germany will ultimately opt out of the Euro and go to a gold-back Deutsche Mark. Ross also sees the US on an unsustainable financial path, eventually leading to a dollar collapse. Ross notes that when the music finally stops, you will want to own precious metals.