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Gary Dorsch

May 21 – Cris Sheridan welcomes back technician Gary Dorsch, editor of Global Money Trends. Gary believes the Federal Reserve, in assessing the current steady pace of the US economy, is ready to raise interest rates in June or July.

Andrew Zatlin

May 20 – Moneyball Economics' Andrew Zatlin, one of America's top-rated economic forecasters, gives an update on his Vice Index and says "we are going to start to see the consumer pullback...with real hits to the pocketbook...

Mikala Sorenson

May 19 – Today on FS Insider we speak to two leading analysts at Global Risk Insights, Mikala Sorensen, and Nandini Rao, to debate one of the most important events taking place this year on June 23rd: whether Britain should leave...

Yelena Shulyatyeva

May 18 – Yelena Shulyatyeva, a Senior US Economist at Bloomberg Intelligence, says “something interesting is happening in the data right now.” She discusses a possible warning signal coming from durable goods spending, the boost that...

Wade Pfau PhD CFA

May 17 – Jim welcomes back Wade Pfau Ph.D., CFA and a Professor of Retirement Income at The American College. They discuss the challenges faced by retirees wanting to enjoy a full retirement, and yet not outlive their income.

James J Puplava CFP

May 16 – This week Jim and John look at retirement income strategies. As we know, the three-legged stool of retirement income sources; Social Security, pensions, and savings, has changed. Social Security has been becoming less favorable...

James J Puplava CFP

May 14 – In the first Big Picture topic this week, “As Good As It Gets,” Jim and John discuss how the economy is slowing down, why stimulus in the pipeline may lead to a bump in the second quarter even though longer-term trends are facing south.

Ralph Acampora

May 14 – Well-known technician Ralph Acampora provides his outlook on the market and explains why he is cautious. Also in this segment, Ryan Puplava has this week’s Market Wrap-up and Greg Weldon covers the commodities market...

Gordon T Long

May 13 – Speculation abounds of a closed-door meeting between leaders of the world’s largest economies to take down the US dollar. The reason: to provide relief to commodities, oil, and emerging markets. Gordon Long...

Howard Davidowitz

May 12 – Amazon is hitting new all-time highs while major retailers are struggling to survive or going out of business. Howard Davidowitz, Chairman of the New York City-based retail consulting and investment banking firm Davidowtiz...

Richard Duncan

May 11 – China experienced the “greatest economic boom in the history of the world” based on an export-led and investment-driven growth model, says Macro Watch’s Richard Duncan. Unfortunately, with a slowing global economy and decreasing demand for...

Rob Franek

May 10 – Jim welcomes Rob Franek, Senior Vice President-Publisher at The Princeton Review. Rob discusses the 2016 edition of Colleges That Pay You Back: The 200 Schools That Give You the Best Bang for Your Tuition Buck. The Princeton Review...

James J Puplava CFP

May 9 – If you are a parent with high school age children or a grandparent, you are probably thinking about where the kids will go to college, can the family afford it, and will the student be able to get a job when he or she graduates?

James J Puplava CFP

May 7 – In the first Big Picture topic this week, “Stall Speed”, Jim and John cover the recent economic numbers and look to the future. Jim notes that economic growth in recent years has been driven by monetary policy, not fiscal policy.

Tom McClellan

May 7 – Jim welcomes back Tom McClellan, Editor of McClellan Financial Publications. Tom sees the current pull-back in the S&P 500 as healthy, and after the consolidation is over, he believes we will have more market upside lasting into July.

James Bianco

May 6 – Jim Bianco, President of Bianco Research, offers his thoughts on the US election and says that global markets haven’t priced in the possibility of a Trump win. Jim also gives his outlook on gold (bullish), oil (bearish), and explains...

Carl Riccadonna

May 5 – Bloomberg’s Chief US Economist, Carl Riccadonna, tells Financial Sense Newshour that the US economy has years left before another recession, even though it’ll be limping along. In this podcast, he explains his reasons why...

Worth Wray

May 4 – Worth Wray, Chief Economist and Global Macro Strategist for STA Wealth Management, explains how we almost saw a global financial crisis heading into this year, what stopped it, and the ultimate long-term costs this...

Karen Pollack PhD

May 3 – Jim welcomes Karen Pollack PhD, Assistant Vice Provost for Online Undergraduate and Blended Programs at Penn State World Campus. Karen discusses the history of Penn State World Campus, and some of the factors in...

James J Puplava CFP

May 2 – Since the end of WW II, retirement income planning has centered on the three-legged stool of Social Security, Defined Contribution Plans (company pensions) and personal savings. Jim and John discuss the pros and cons of each of these legs...

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