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jkc de courcy

Jan 25 – Jim welcomes back JKC de Courcy, Chief Executive at Courcy’s Intelligence Service in London, and publisher of Courcy’s Intelligence Brief. Mr. de Courcy sees three big threats in 2013: the continued fragmentation of the Middle East...

Jeffrey D Saut

Jan 24 – Jim welcomes back Jeffrey Saut, Managing Director of Research at Raymond James Financial. Jeff sees the main problem for most investors is never having learned to manage risk, as they took big losses in both 2000 and 2007.

Eoin Treacy

Jan 23 – Jim welcomes back Eoin Treacy, Global Strategist at Fullermoney in London. Eoin sees the new Japanese government aggressively attempting to create more inflation, and improve exports by cheapening the Yen through...

Joe Dancy

Jan 22 – Jim welcomes back energy expert Joseph Dancy. Joe notes that Saudi Arabia is cutting back oil production, and the US is one of the few areas in the world where oil production is growing. Joe also sees more merger and...

Jim Puplava

In this week’s edition of the Lifetime Income Series, Jim looks at the topic of how highly-compensated employees can avoid paying a high tax rate, and also use these strategies to plan for retirement.

Alan K Simpson

Jan 18 – Jim is pleased to welcome back former US Senator Alan Simpson. Senator Simpson blasts politicians of all stripes for not addressing the main issue: unsustainable health care costs. He feels the debt ceiling debate will be pure political...

John Butler

Jan 17 – Jim is pleased to welcome back John Butler, Chief Investment Officer at Amphora Commodities Alpha Fund in London. John discusses that more countries are moving out of dollars, and eventually the dollar will become less important as...

ddsc

Jan 16 – Jim welcomes Jonathan Potts, Managing Director of FideliTrade Inc at Delaware Depository Services Company LLC. Jonathan covers a wide range of issues on bullion storage, including the difference between allocated and non-allocated storage.

Bill Powers

Jan 15 – Jim welcomes back Bill Powers, Editor of Powers Energy Investor. Bill believes the price of uranium has bottomed due to fundamental factors. This is the last year of the Megatons to Megawatts Program between the US and Russia...

Yolanda York

Jan 14 – This week on the Lifetime Income Series, Jim looks at what is a realistic annual rate of return on your retirement investments. With annuity rates low, as well as all fixed income at very low yields, Jim discusses what is...

Simon A Mikhailovich

Jan 11 – Jim welcomes back Simon Mikhailvoich, Co-Founder of Eidesis Capital LLC in New York City. Simon discusses the current debt issues in the US and notes that our deficit spending is being financed by the Federal Reserve printing money...

Keith Neumeyer

Jan 10 – Jim welcomes First Majestic Silver Corp. President & CEO Keith Neumeyer this week. Keith sees the company moving from 9 to 16 million ounces of production by 2014, and on the way to becoming a major silver producer. Keith also emphasized...

Brian Pretti

Jan 9 – Brian Pretti CFA of ContraryInvestor.com joins Jim again this week. Brian sees 2013 as an inflection point for Quantitative Easing (QE), noting that if you stretch a rubber band long enough, it eventually breaks. Brian believes the final...

David Morgan

Jan 8 – Jim welcomes back David Morgan of The Morgan Report. David mentions that both gold and silver prices got “ahead of themselves” in 2011, hence the long consolidation period since. He believes that this “scare you out, wear you out” phase...

Dr Drew Collins

Jan 7 – The Lifetime Income Series will now be featured on Mondays. In this week's edition, Jim looks at some specific strategies for retirement planning under the new reality of "Obamanomics". In addition, Jim interviews Dr. Drew Collins...

Ross Hansen

Jan 4 – Jim welcomes Ross Hansen, founder of the Northwest Territorial Mint, now the largest private mint in the US. Ross and Jim discuss the debt issues facing the US, and Ross notes that a debt crisis will arrive suddenly as it did in Greece.

Keith M Barron PhD

Jan 3 – Jim welcomes back geologist Keith Barron Ph.D. He thinks January could be a big month in the metals, and looks for a positive start to the year. Keith also notes that gold discoveries are becoming smaller in size, as “elephant” discoveries...

Bud Conrad

Jan 2 – Jim welcomes back Bud Conrad, Chief Economist with Casey Research. Bud sees the US passing the “tipping point” with US debt levels moving from 100% of GDP to 120% of GDP in President Obama’s second term. Bud believes...

James Grant

Dec 28 – Jim is pleased to welcome James Grant from Grant’s Interest Rate Observer this week. James discusses a variety of topics, including the return of a gold standard, deflation, how the central banks went astray, what he would do if...

Bill Fleckenstein

Dec 27 – Jim welcomes back Bill Fleckenstein, president of Fleckenstein Capital in Seattle, and author of Contrarian Chronicles for MSN Money. Bill believes the deflation fears are fading as the country enters a period of stagflation. He also sees...

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