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Didier Sornette

May 18 – For the month of May, there’s an “abnormally large number of stocks showing strong positive bubble signals with weak fundamentals,” write the scientists behind the Global Bubble Status Report at ETH Zurich’s Financial Crisis Observatory.

Casey Dinges

May 17 – It’s Infrastructure Week and Casey Dinges, Senior Managing Director at American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), joins FS Insider today to discuss ASCE’s Infrastructure Report Card, which was just released in March. Topics covered...

Mike Matthews

May 16 – Basically, all weight loss diets out there are fads except for one key thing, which is what makes them work…if they do at all. Mike Matthews at Muscle for Life explains the scientific basis of “energy balance,” the difference between...

James J Puplava CFP

May 15 – States with high-income taxes may see a huge hit under the Republican and Trump tax plans, accelerating the exodus of high wage earnings and businesses to more tax friendly jurisdictions. Jim calls this “the great American tax...

James J Puplava CFP

May 13 – In today’s Big Picture, Jim Puplava looks at the things we do know, i.e. the market is expensive, vs. the things we don’t, like how many times can the Fed hike rates before an over-leveraged player or sector breaks.

John Kosar CMT

May 13 – Market technician John Kosar at Asbury Research offers his outlook on US stocks, bonds, the dollar, and metals. Next, Financial Sense Newshour speaks with Greg Weldon at WeldonLive on oil, commodities, and whether markets have it wrong on Fed tightening.

Tony Seba

May 12 – An independent think tank has just released a new report predicting widespread disruption of the auto, oil, gas, and various other industries (and regions) to begin around the year 2020. We speak with the report’s lead authors about their thought-provoking report...

Ray Bamford

May 11 – What happens when you apply big data, machine learning, and a team of highly talented data scientists and engineers to track the US business cycle? Intensity Corporation Vice Presidents Ray Bamford and Irina Telyukova discuss...

Leland Miller

May 10 – Today, we speak with China Beige Book’s Leland Miller on what they see taking place in China and how it relates to commodities and the overall global economy. China Beige Book is the most comprehensive, definitive source of...

sorsby

May 9 – “Get a full-time job in 9 months. Start your career now. No degree required.” Sound too good to be true? Today, we speak with two guests, a leader of Praxis and a Praxis graduate, about the 9-month apprenticeship program...

James J Puplava CFP

May 8 – What are the best paying jobs, the best cities for finding work, and the degrees in top demand based on salary ranges? We look at the recent research and data and then also provide some tips for parents and those graduating...

James J Puplava CFP

May 6 – What is the biggest bubble of our day? In today’s Big Picture podcast, Jim Puplava explains how stock prices are being driven to record valuations as investors herd into index ETFs. This is a self-feeding frenzy, he states, where fundamental...

Arthur Hill CMT

May 6 – Ryan Puplava gives this week’s market wrap-up. Technician Art Hill says stocks are consolidating with an upward bias as technology and healthcare resume leadership, but odds are favoring a summer correction.

Jeffrey M Christian

May 5 – This week, investors yanked millions from precious metals ETFs. Jeff Christian at CPM Group, one of the world’s leading precious metals experts, joins FS Insider today to discuss why. Don’t miss what he has to say.

Reva Goujon

May 4 – Reva Goujon, VP of Global Analysis at Stratfor, discusses fears over US protectionism, Trump’s possible invocation of the “national security card” for reducing imports from certain countries, and why there are no good options...

Rawlson King

May 3 – Fraud, waste and human error are major problems in the healthcare industry. Companies are trying to combat this by using fingerprints, palm scanners, iris recognition, and a new suite of emerging biometric technologies able to...

Paul D Horn CFP CPWA MS

May 2 – In today’s podcast, Jim Puplava and Paul Horn answer many of the frequently asked questions related to executive compensation, including all the different ways it is offered—cash, stock options, deferred compensation...

James J Puplava CFP

May 1 – For most Americans, their home represents their largest asset. Thus, with real estate prices rising at a pretty good clip and almost back to where they were at the peak, the big question is, should you sell? Jim answers this...

Louis-Vincent Gave

Apr 29 – In today’s Big Picture, we look at the three different ways or approaches of making money in the stock market with the Fab Five, the Dogs of the Dow, and the Dividend Aristocrats. Next, we speak with Louis-Vincent Gave at Gavekal...

Ari Wald CFA CMT

Apr 29 – After this week’s market wrap-up, Ari Wald, Head of Technical Analysis at Oppenheimer, explains why US stock market technicals are still healthy when looking at breadth and types of sector leadership. He argues that the S&P 500 is...

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