Newshour on Global/International Issues
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.
Felix Zulauf Interview on Global Macro, Gold, and More
Aug 10 – Legendary fund manager Felix Zulauf provides his outlook on the global macro environment and how he believes this will affect the US stock market, gold, bonds, the US dollar, the euro and much, much more.
Worth Wray: Central Banks May "Pull Back the Curtain"
Aug 5 – Worth Wray, Chief Economist and Global Macro Strategist for STA Wealth Management, says central banks are thinking about "pulling back the curtain" on coordinated fiscal and monetary policy (aka "helicopter money") to prevent or manage a global downturn...
Sandy Jadeja: The Next Few Months Will Be Very Important
Jul 29 – Sandy Jadeja, Chief Market Strategist at Core Spreads in the UK, says three dates will be very important to watch in coming months which may cause a problem for the markets. He also offers his outlook on oil and gold.
OMFIF’s David Marsh: Global Public Investors Moving Further Into "Risky Instruments"
Jul 28 – David Marsh, Managing Director and Co-Founder of the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) in London, discusses their recently released Global Public Investor report (see here), and says that central banks...
Stratfor's Reva Goujon: Europe Fragmentation Accelerating Post-Brexit
Jul 27 – Reva Goujon, VP of Global Analysis at Stratfor, provides an overview of the major geopolitical developments around the globe and also discusses their third quarter forecast (see here) with FS Insider. To receive their free...
Gary Dorsch: Huge Tsunami of Global Liquidity Boosting Stocks and Depressing Yields
Jul 23 - Jim welcomes back technician Gary Dorsch, editor of Global Money Trends. Gary comments on the remarkable turnaround in the market in three weeks since the 5% drop after the Brexit announcement. This bull market has...
Martin Armstrong on Dow 40,000, Trump Win, and Collapse of the Euro
Jul 22 – Martin Armstrong, international speaker, renowned economist, and creator of the widely-cited Economic Confidence Model, discusses a wide range of issues with Financial Sense, including his second and third price targets for...
Grant Williams: Smart Money Is Cautious on the Stock Market
Jul 21 – Grant Williams, co-founder of Real Vision and the author of Things that make you go hmmm…, explains his outlook on the markets and economy, including his recent report covering the UK’s vote to exit the EU (or “Brexit”).
Bert Dohmen on Markets, China, and More
Jul 14 – Bert Dohmen, President of Dohmen Capital Research Group and the author of the widely-read Wellington Letter, joins FS Insider today to discuss his outlook on the US and global markets as well as his recent report...
David Rosenberg: The Muddle-Through Economy Can Continue, But Stock Market Extended
Jul 13 – Chris Puplava welcomes David Rosenberg, Chief Economist & Strategist at Gluskin Sheff & Associates Inc. “We’re in an atypical cycle” said Rosenberg, noting that the gradual economic expansion can continue. David discusses...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Surviving the Yield Crash
Jul 9 – The first topic this week on the Big Picture is “Surviving the Yield Crash”. Jim and John discuss the historic low yields that just keep getting lower. British bonds are now below 1% and some European countries and Japan have...
John Butler: All Hell Breaking Loose in Europe; Banking Situation ‘Dire’
Jul 7 – John Butler, Vice President and Head of Wealth Services at GoldMoney, discusses the European banking situation, Brexit, China’s ongoing devaluation of their currency, and how this all plays into his long-term bullish outlook for gold.
Garriss: Get Ready for Global Weather Whiplash
Jul 6 – “We have just had a super-hot El Niño,” says Evelyn Garriss on today’s podcast. “When they are this strong they tend to flip very quickly within a couple of months to a cold La Niña…with a speed that gives you whiplash.” Evelyn and James Garriss explain how they see...
Stratfor’s Bosoni: Brexit Marks Peak Political Integration for Europe
Jul 1 - Stratfor Senior Europe Analyst Adriano Bosoni provides an in-depth discussion on UK’s momentous decision to leave the EU, why he thinks it marks the peak of political integration in Europe, and how this process may unfold depending on two key events in 2017.
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Brexit - The People vs. The Elites
Jun 25 – This week on the Big Picture Jim and John address the historic Brexit election vote in the UK. They discuss who were the winners, and the broader implications now that the UK will be leaving the European Union. Jim also addresses...
Dan Wantrobski: Brave New World of Trading – Sideways Consolidation Periods
Jun 25 – Jim welcomes Dan Wantrobski CMT, Chief Technical Strategist at New Albion Partners. Dan discusses the long consolidation periods, sector rotations and sideways trading ranges that have characterized the markets since late 2014.
Dr. Gary Shilling: The End of Growth – Deleveraging Continues Globally
Jun 24 – Jim welcomes Gary Shilling PhD, President of A Gary Shilling & Co, publisher of Insight and author of The Age of Deleveraging. Gary believes that global growth will be sluggish in the years ahead, as the deleveraging process...
Brexit Debate – Should Britain Exit the EU and What Will Happen If It Does?
Jun 23 – (Originally aired 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...