Financial Sense Newshour
Neil Dutta, Head of U.S. Economics at Renaissance Macro Research, discusses the expected Federal Reserve rate hikes next year, and if the markets will react with excessive volatility, or take them in stride.
Jeffrey Saut, Chief Investment Strategist at Raymond James Financial, is short-term cautious but believes we have now entered the second phase of this bull market, with institutions finally accepting the bull and getting invested.
Axel believes Fed Chair Janet Yellen wants interest rates to remain low for the foreseeable future, and will likely be late in raising rates. He sees inflation arriving eventually. They discuss why central banks around the globe are all trying to cheapen their currencies.
Cris Sheridan welcomes Carlota Perez to discuss the findings of her widely read book, “Technological Revolutions and Financial Capital: The Dynamics of Bubbles and Golden Ages.” As she explains, technological revolutions aren’t random but occur on average every 60 years...
Sep 22 – This week Jim and John discuss how a successful retirement is about more than just one number. They discuss the importance of knowing your marginal tax bracket, the number (assets) you need to retire, your monthly budget number, and also the three phases of retirement.
Sep 20 – Jim’s first Big Picture topic this week is about the Federal Reserve bring the tapering program to an end in October. Fed Chair Janet Yellen has stated that a “considerable time” until rate hikes begin is not a calendar event. However, there are more hawkish forces in the Fed, such as...
Sep 20 – Jim welcomes back Richard Dickson, Chief Market Analyst at Lowry Research. Richard sees supply and demand pressures in relative balance, and no technical warnings of a major market top. He notes that the market is becoming increasingly more selective.
Jim is pleased to welcome Jim Cramer, host of CNBC's "Mad Money" and founder of TheStreet.com. They cover Jim’s long and varied career on Wall Street, and how his mother’s deathbed wish eventually propelled him into a media career.
Jim welcomes back Martin Armstrong, of ArmstrongEconomics.com. Martin and Jim cover a wide array of macroeconomic and geopolitical topics. Martin sees the US becoming more isolated, as it continues to anger its traditional allies, and forcing Russia and China to begin working together again.
Jim welcomes back Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, CNBC's Chief International Correspondent. Michelle and Jim cover a number of geopolitical flashpoints, including the ongoing Russia/Ukraine conflict, the ISIS invasion in Iraq, and the upcoming vote in Scotland for independence from the UK.