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Gary Shilling PhD

Jun 24 – Despite the Federal Reserve’s forecasts of 4% growth since 2012, the reality has been in the 2% range. Jim welcomes back A. Gary Shilling PhD, President of A Gary Shilling & Company. Gary believes that 2% growth is likely...

Roy Sebag

Jun 23 – Cris Sheridan welcomes Roy Sebag, Founder and CEO of BitGold, who has created “a legal, tax-compliant and existing financial-system compatible gold standard, available to all global citizens.” Roy explains...

Jack Wolfson

Jun 22 – Due to advances in medicine people are living longer. According to the Social Security Administration, a male aged 65 today has a life expectancy of nearly 83 years, and a woman 85 years. But these are just average figures for the general population.

Jeffrey D Saut

Jun 19 – Jim welcomes Jeffrey Saut, Chief Investment Strategist at Raymond James Financial. Jeff and Jim discuss the widely anticipated rate hike by the Federal Reserve, and when Jeff expects it to occur. He notes that Fed Chair...

Martin Armstrong

Jun 18 – Martin Armstrong, founder of ArmstrongEconomics.com, says there’s a massive bubble in the bond market, which, when rates start to rise, may lead to a massive concentration of capital into US stocks. Martin explains how...

Puru Saxena

Jun 17 – The nature of the Chinese stock market is highly speculative, according to Puru Saxena. A typical pattern is a parabolic move up, followed by a parabolic crash down. Puru is watching the Chinese equity market carefully...

Brian Pretti CFA

Jun 16 – Years of quantitative easing by central banks may finally be causing a few cracks in the foundation of the global financial system. Jim welcomes Brian Pretti CFA, Managing Editor of ContraryInvestor.com.

Jonathan Clements

Jun 15 - This week thousands of high school students are graduating around the country. Funding a college education is likely the largest bill parents will face, next to buying a home. Public schools now average $18 to $20 thousand per year...

Russell Napier

Jun 12 – Currency debasement is just beginning in Japan according to Russell Napier, and there is no Plan B for the Bank of Japan. Emerging markets are in a vice, due to the declining Yen and rising US dollar. Cris Sheridan and...

Chuck Carnevale

Jun 11 – With stock market valuations at current levels, are there any bargains left in the stock market today? Cris Sheridan welcomes Charles (Chuck) Carnevale, creator of F.A.S.T. Graphs™. Chuck talks about the sectors and...

Ben Hunt

Jun 10 – Signals are everywhere, but sometimes it's just noise. For example, many big names in the investment world are pointing to recent large swings in the bond market as a signal of future financial instability. Cris Sheridan welcomes...

Robert Johnson PhD CFA

Jun 9 – The financial markets now hang on every word uttered by Fed Chair Janet Yellen for clues regarding future Fed actions. Many market observers don’t fully grasp the power of the Fed, nor even understand how it works.

Veronica Dagher

Jun 8 – There was a time a few decades back when most workers spent a career with one company, and retired with a pension, Social Security and a gold watch. Those times are gone, and all that is left is a Social Security benefit where...

Pierre Lassonde

Jun 5 – Is the nearly four year bear market in gold finally coming to an end? Cris welcomes Pierre Lassonde, Chairman of Franco-Nevada Corporation, who believes gold is at a tipping point. Pierre tells Cris why he believes China is key...

Charles Hugh Smith

Jun 4 – US healthcare costs are now close to 20% of our entire economy and are climbing steadily. Cris welcomes Charles Hugh Smith, writer of the Of Two Minds blog, who discusses why healthcare costs are out of control, why Obamacare...

Jon Hartley

Jun 3 – Real time economic statistics are now becoming more a reality than distant pipedream, thanks to the burgeoning Big Data revolution. The gathering of timely data is extremely important, and will allow for much more optimal decision...

Urban Carmel

Jun 2 – The Bureau of Economic Analysis is making another change to how they calculate and measure GDP. Is this manipulation of the data or part of some grand conspiracy? Cris welcomes Urban Carmel of The Fat Pitch...

David Saÿen

Jun 1 – This week Jim and John take a closer look at healthcare costs while in retirement. The high cost of healthcare not covered by Medicare is one of the reasons many retirees are outliving their assets. Another related factor is inflation rates that are...

Louis-Vincent Gave

May 29 – Asia has underperformed the US equity market over the last five years, even with the Chinese stock market doubling in the last year. This trend may be changing, according to Louis-Vincent Gave, CEO of GaveKal...

Evelyn Browning Garriss

May 28 – What does a “peek-a-boo” El Niño pattern, an “atmospheric river” in Texas and a volcanic eruption in Iceland have in common? They are all affecting the weather, and thus agricultural production, in North America.

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