Newshour on Global/International Issues

  • Foreign Stocks in Bull Market Breakouts May 25

    May 25 – Justin Smyth at Next Big Trade discusses Stage Analysis and the tool he’s developed for investors that screens global markets and market sectors according to four stages—basing, advancing, consolidation/topping, or declining...

  • Global Bubble Status Report With ETH Zurich’s Didier Sornette May 18

    May 18 – For the month of May, there’s an “abnormally large number of stocks showing strong positive bubble signals with weak fundamentals,” write the scientists behind the Global Bubble Status Report at ETH Zurich’s Financial Crisis Observatory.

  • Leland Miller on China, Commodities, and Trade Wars May 10

    May 10 – Today, we speak with China Beige Book’s Leland Miller on what they see taking place in China and how it relates to commodities and the overall global economy. China Beige Book is the most comprehensive, definitive source of...

  • Stratfor’s Reva Goujon: US Too Late on North Korea May 04

    May 4 – Reva Goujon, VP of Global Analysis at Stratfor, discusses fears over US protectionism, Trump’s possible invocation of the “national security card” for reducing imports from certain countries, and why there are no good options...

  • Louis Gave on Investing Abroad and Jim Puplava on the Fab Five, Dogs, and Aristocrats Apr 29

    Apr 29 – In today’s Big Picture, we look at the three different ways or approaches of making money in the stock market with the Fab Five, the Dogs of the Dow, and the Dividend Aristocrats. Next, we speak with Louis-Vincent Gave at Gavekal...

  • Oppenheimer’s Ari Wald on Technical Outlook; Dan Steffens on Energy Market Apr 29

    Apr 29 – After this week’s market wrap-up, Ari Wald, Head of Technical Analysis at Oppenheimer, explains why US stock market technicals are still healthy when looking at breadth and types of sector leadership. He argues that the S&P 500 is...

  • Jim Bianco on Global Market Rally, Oil, Rates, and More Apr 26

    Apr 26 – Jim Bianco of Bianco Research joins FS Insider today to discuss the recent market action, why global and US stock markets are in a strong rally mode, his outlook on bond yields, oil, and much, much more. Jim specializes in...

  • When Things Get Crazy, Don’t Get Lazy – Focus on Risk! Apr 22

    Apr 22 – Jn today’s Big Picture, Jim Puplava covers three extremely important topics that every investor should understand: 1) Risk—understanding it, recognizing when it is increasing, and how to mitigate it from decimating your...

  • Macro Market Philosophy and the Rise of Populism Apr 20

    Apr 20 – To truly understand the behavior of the market and its ultimate drivers, one must have the correct philosophical framework. Tyler Kling at Macro Ops (Twitter: @MacroOps) goes in-depth with FS Insider to discuss investor behavior in...

  • Geopolitical Update: North Korea, Turkey, and Europe in the Spotlight Apr 19

    Apr 19 – Recent geopolitical events have set markets on edge and Jacob Shapiro, Director of Analysis at Geopolitical Futures, discusses the threat level posed by North Korea under Kim Jong Un, recent developments in Turkey, and ongoing problems in the European Union.

  • Brexit Moves Forward But Has European Populism Stepped Back? Apr 12

    Apr 12 – UK Prime Minister Theresa May has officially started UK’s exit from the European Union, a.k.a. Brexit. This has never been done before and Stratfor’s Senior Europe Analyst, Adriano Bosoni, joins FS Insider today to discuss what we...

  • Banks Are Making Money – Why Aren’t You? Apr 08

    Apr 8 – Today’s Big Picture is broken up into three topics: 1) How banks are making money but this is not being passed along to bank depositors through savings accounts. Why is that and will that change as the Fed raises interest rates?

  • Death of a Bull Market – Major Paradigm Shift Mar 18

    Mar 18 – In today’s Big Picture podcast, Jim argues that we are at the end of the bull market in bonds with rising inflationary pressures and a turning point in global bond yields from their all-time lows last summer. He discusses the implications of this, what it means for investors...

  • John Murphy on Intermarket Analysis; Don Coxe on Bonds, US Pension Crisis Mar 18

    Mar 18 – Ryan Puplava covers this week’s events; John Murphy—technician, author, and pioneer of intermarket analysis—discusses the outlook on bonds, stocks, and commodities; and Don Coxe at Coxe Advisors warns of anomalies in the bond market and a building...

  • Felix Zulauf on Europe, China, Stock Market Outlook and More Mar 17

    Mar 17 – In today's podcast, legendary fund manager Felix Zulauf, head of Zulauf Consulting, provides his global macro outlook tying together political events, currency movements, and how specific investments and asset classes will likely be impacted in coming months...

  • The Next Big Thing – Infrastructure Mar 11

    Mar 11 – In 2002, Jim Puplava wrote “The Next Big Thing,” explaining how natural resources, commodities, and precious metals were the next long-term investments. Today, he outlines why “The Next Big Thing” is infrastructure with governments expected to spend...

  • Craig Johnson on Stocks, Bonds; Frank Holmes on Gold, Oil Mar 11

    Mar 11 – Ryan Puplava covers this week’s events, Piper Jaffray’s Craig Johnson discusses his outlook on the stock market and bond market in relationship to the three R’s—rates, rotations, and reflation—and Frank Holmes of US Global Investors provides his thoughts...

  • 7 Megatrends for the Next Decade – Investment Implications Mar 04

    Mar 4 – Last week Jim Puplava gave an overview of the seven large, transformative forces impacting all aspects of the global economy. Today, he goes through the investment implications of each and how investors can position themselves...

  • 7 Megatrends and the Next Crash Feb 25

    Feb 25 – Jim Puplava looks at seven large, transformative forces impacting all aspects of the global economy. Next, he talks about how these forces are colliding in the markets with a growing bubble that few are talking about.

  • Richard Duncan on Trump's Recipe for Disaster Feb 24

    Feb 24 – Today, we discuss Richard Duncan's recent presentation to a group of institutional investors titled, "Trump's Recipe for Disaster," where Duncan looks at the impact of rising interest rates in an overleveraged global economy...

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