Market Focus: Markets
- Mar 07 Mid-term Election Cycle Forecasts April Market Peak by Chris Puplava
- Mar 07 A Divergence Among Nasdaq 100 Stocks by Tom McClellan
- Mar 07 Safe Havens Are Trouncing Stocks So Far This Year by Sy Harding
- Mar 07 Enter the Inter by Ryan Puplava CMT
- Mar 07 Stocks: October 2007 vs. March 2014 by Chris Ciovacco
- Mar 07 Can the United States Rule the (Energy) World? by Oil Price
- Mar 07 Elevating Markets: A Signal of Reviving Bank Lending? by Alasdair Macleod
- Mar 06 The Stock Market’s New Normal: A Wall of Worry by Christopher Quigley
- Mar 06 Higher Inflation Expectations May Start With Breakfast by Monty Guild Tony Danaher
- Mar 06 Why Is the Dow Lagging the Broader Market? by Matthew Kerkhoff
- Mar 06 Gold Price “Will Probably Test $1400” as Crimea Moves to Quit Ukraine by Adrian Ash
- Mar 05 Money Managers Aren’t Paid to Forecast; They’re Paid to Adapt by Chris Puplava
- Mar 05 Bitcoin Has Theory and History on Its Side by Detlev S Schlichter
- Mar 05 50% Profit Growth and Historical Realities by Lance Roberts
- Mar 05 Can the Rally in Global Commodities Be Sustained? by Sober Look
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Adapt or Die – Market Darwinism
This week on the Big Picture, Jim’s first topic is “Adapt or Die – Market Darwinism”. He discusses how we are living in different times and that the world is changing. He points out how Gary Shilling and David Rosenberg have both had to adapt their thinking to changing conditions.
Technician Ralph Acampora: This Bull Market Is Going Higher
Jim welcomes back noted technician Ralph Acampora, Director of Tactical Investments at Altaira Wealth Management. Ralph believes that the bull market will continue to climb a wall of worry and move higher. He notes two characteristics of all bull markets; low inflation and low interest rates, which are still in place.
Marc Chandler: Ukraine-Crimea Situation More Bluster and Hype Than Geopolitical Threat
Jim welcomes Marc Chandler, Author and Global Head of Currency Strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman. Marc makes the point that Vladimir Putin is no more than a Russian Nationalist who was provoked into taking action on his border.
Axel Merk: The Fed Can’t Get Back to Normal – U.S. Can’t Afford Higher Interest Rates
Jim welcomes back Axel Merk, Founder and Portfolio Manager at Merk Investments LLC. Axel sees the biggest threat to the markets as a “successful” monetary policy that leads to growth, but also higher interest rates. He contends the US economy and government cannot afford...