Financial Sense Newshour
Brian Pretti joins Jim for a macro potpourri, including who will be next in the sovereign debt crisis, shorter business cycles coming, and surviving zero interest rates with dividends.
Jim is joined this week by technician and trend following expert Michael Covel to discuss capital preservation in trendless markets. Ryan Puplava also wraps up a short but volatile week in the global markets.
Jim addresses two more important Big Picture topics this segment dealing with the risks and uncertainty ahead: “Eat, Drink and Be Merry, for in 2013 We Die” and “Redefining Risk”. Jim also takes your Q-Calls this segment.
Nick Barisheff, CEO at Bullion Management Group Inc. sees the paper markets creating opportunities for precious metals investors. Nick also believes that $10,000 gold is coming sooner than you think.
Jim Puplava is pleased to begin a special series on "Up and Coming Producers" with Gold Resource Corporation, a low-cost gold producer that is projected to double production in the next 12 months, and pays a growing monthly dividend.
Filmmaker Kristin Canty tells the story of small, family farms that were providing safe, healthy foods to their communities and were forced to stop, sometimes through violent action, by agents of government bureaucracies. Kristin seeks to understand why and through this film add her voice to the movement to protect and preserve the dwindling number of American family farms struggling to survive.
Jim is joined by Ned Schmidt to discuss gold and silver cycles. Ned advises holding what you have, but wait for gold and silver to bottom before buying more. Ned believes silver will bottom before gold, by spring at the latest.
This week in the Big Picture, Jim looks at the massive US sovereign debt problems, "Damn the deficit, full spending ahead: $15 trillion and counting." Jim is also joined by technician Peter Eliades, who believes we haven’t seen the bottom yet and advises to remain on the sidelines. Ryan Puplava assesses another volatile week in the markets, and Jim takes your Q-Calls.
In this segment, Jim interviews Erik Townsend and Gerald Celente about the MF Global debacle, as well as ongoing risks to commodity and futures investors. Jim continues to assess the US debt situation in a Big Picture segment, "The Best Looking House in a Bad Neighborhood." Jim also takes more of your Q-calls in this segment. (Click here for transcript)
Energy analyst and author Chris Nelder joins Jim this week and sees oil prices heading higher. Chris discusses the recent indirect warning from the IEA, and believes we must start the energy transition now, as the effects of peak oil begin to take hold.