Newshour on Global/International Issues
Tom McClellan: Stock Market Will Determine the Next President
Oct 22 – How does the stock market decide who wins this the presidential race this November? Tom McClellan explains why in today’s podcast. Also, Marc Chandler discusses the flash crash in the British Pound and why he’s...
Eric Hadik on Cycles, Gold, and Stock Market
Oct 21 – Can market cycles be used to predict certain events? Eric Hadik, editor and publisher of INSIIDE Track and The Weekly Re-Lay, says a cyclical analysis of the British pound helped to predict that the UK would vote to leave...
Peter Boockvar: 35-Year Bull Market in Bonds Is Over; Watch Japan
Oct 19 – Peter Boockvar, Chief Market Analyst for The Lindsey Group, believes we are witnessing the beginning stages of a multi-decade bond bubble that is about to pop. In this interview, Peter discusses the US stock...
Don Coxe: World Awash in Crises – Get Prepared
Oct 15 – In a wide-ranging interview, Don Coxe of Coxe Advisors surveys the global investment environment by taking a look at geopolitics, monetary policy, the global economy, and why he think investors should...
Louise Yamada: Growing Market Divergences
Oct 15 – Louise Yamada of LY Advisors provides her technical outlook on the markets and explains why, in addition to a growing list of divergences, she is currently cautious. Then, in the second part of today’s podcast, we speak with Frank...
Stratfor’s Adriano Bosoni on Brexit, the Fate of the EU
Oct 13 – After the UK’s momentous decision to leave the EU, the big question is, who’s next? Stratfor’s Senior Europe Analyst, Adriano Bosoni, updates listeners on Brexit negotiations, the tense political situation in Europe, and how...
Ronald Stoeferle: “In Gold We (Still) Trust”
Oct 7 – In today’s podcast, Ron Stoeferle, Managing Partner of Incrementum and the author of Austrian School for Investors, discusses his “In Gold We Trust” report with Financial Sense, which is read by millions of investors...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The Only Game in Town
Oct 1 – Deutsche Bank problems are putting investors (and German authorities) on edge. Is this another Lehman moment? In today’s podcast, Jim discusses why Deutsche Bank represents a systemic threat to the global financial order, how it...
Central Banks Now Doing More Harm Than Good, Says Former BIS Chief Economist
Sep 28 – Today we speak with William White, former Chief Economist at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and current chairman of the Economic and Development Review Committee at the OECD, where he tells Financial Sense...
Dave Nicoski: Bond Bubble Poses Greatest Risk to Structural Bull Market
Sep 24 – Dave Nicoski of Vermilion Technical Research provides his outlook on “recoupling” global markets and explains why a growing bond bubble presents the greatest threat to investors. Also, later in the podcast, John Ing, CEO of...
RenMac’s Pat Nipper: Not Yet at Major Turning Point in Bond Yields
Sep 16 – Bond guru Jeff Gundlach believes we are a major turning point for bond yields but RenMac’s Pat Nipper says we’re not quite there yet, believing Treasuries still have room to decline. Pat also discusses the current state of the credit...
Andrew Zatlin: Global Markets in the “Eye of a Hurricane”
Sep 15 – Moneyball Economics’ Andrew Zatlin, one of America's top-rated economic forecasters, gives an update on his economically-sensitive Vice Index and explains why he believes “we’re in the eye of a hurricane” according to his forecast...
Matthew Kerkhoff: Global Economy Hitting Natural Constraints to Exponential Growth
Sep 9 – "Secular stagnation" is a popular topic in financial and economic circles to describe the seemingly neverending slow growth environment we find ourselves in today. Though many will search for its causes, it's pretty clear to Matthew Kerkhoff that...
Ben Hunt on Magical Thinking, Spell-Casting Econometric Models
Sep 8 – Are econometric models like spells? No! According to Ben Hunt, author of Epsilon Theory, they ARE spells…just like those used by witchdoctors and shamanic priests of old. Today, they are called the Gaussian Copula and...
An In-Depth Discussion With Dr. Gary Shilling
Sep 3 – Jim is pleased to welcome back Gary Shilling Ph.D., President at A Gary Shilling & Co and publisher of the newsletter Insight. Jim and Gary cover a wide variety of issues. Gary notes that global economic weakness may force the Federal Reserve...
Martin Armstrong on Dow 40,000, Trump Win, and Collapse of the Euro
Sep 2 – This is a special reprise edition of FS Insider which originally aired in July. Martin Armstrong, international speaker, renowned economist, and creator of the widely-cited Economic Confidence Model, discusses a wide range of issues with...
Peter Zeihan on “The Accidental Superpower”
Aug 31 – This is a special reprise edition of FS Insider which originally aired in June. Geopolitical strategist Peter Zeihan discusses his must-read book “The Accidental Superpower” and why the United States was destined to become a global superpower given...
Michael Lewitt on His New Book – The Committee to Destroy the World
Aug 27 – Jim welcomes Michael Lewitt, author of The Committee to Destroy the World: Inside the Plot to Unleash a Super Crash on the Global Economy. Jim and Michael discuss the book, a passionate and informed analysis of the struggling...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: What the Media Aren’t Telling You
Aug 20 – This week on the Big Picture, Jim covers what the media aren’t telling you during this presidential election season. As usual, the media covers the trivial personality disputes between the candidates intensely, but there is little...
Technician John Kosar: Market Way Too Complacent – Don’t Chase New Highs
Aug 20 – Jim welcomes back John Kosar CMT, Director of Research at Asbury Research. John is currently looking for a market pull-back in the 4-7% range. He sees a fat and happy market, with the VIX stuck around 12 for many weeks.