Financial Sense Newshour on the Markets
Special Feature: Chris Puplava’s Market Update and Brian Pretti on Threats to the Bond Market
Aug 1 – Chris Puplava discusses whether he’s seeing a bull market top and says the usual reasons—recession, financial stress, or a spike in oil prices—are not there. Chris also remarks on Richard Dickson’s forecast...
Technician Richard Dickson: We Are in the Final Stages - Bull Market Could Peak in 4-6 Months
Aug 1 – Cris Sheridan welcomes Richard Dickson, Chief Market Analyst at Lowry Research. Richard’s research indicates we are in an increasingly selective market, and are likely in the final stages of the long-running bull market.
Didier Sornette on Bubbles, Mass Synchronization, and the Evolution of the Market
Jul 30 – In a wide-ranging and outside-the-box discussion, Didier Sornette and Cris Sheridan explain why leading researchers and scientists are starting to view the market in terms of a biological system, where investors...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Gold – In Trouble or Ready to Double?
Jul 25 – Jim’s first Big Picture topic this week is “Gold – In Trouble or Ready to Double?” Jim notes that returns in the last decade in gold and silver resembled the tech boom of the 1990’s, but all bull markets come to an end.
Craig Johnson: Bull Market Should Continue Until Ten Year Treasury Bond Hits 5%
Jul 25 – Jim welcomes Craig Johnson CMT CFA, Principal and Senior Technical Research Analyst at Piper Jaffray. Despite a mostly sideways year, Craig believes his 2350 year-end target for the S&P 500 is still an achievable goal.
Shane Harris: OPM Hack the “Most Significant” Breach in US History
Jul 22 – Cris welcomes Shane Harris, an author and journalist who has written extensively about intelligence and national security. They discuss the recent hack of the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM)...
David Marsh: Global Institutions Investing to Escape the “Tyranny” of Negative Interest Rates
Jul 21 – David Marsh joins Cris to discuss the OMFIF’s 2015 Global Public Investor Report, “Real Assets For the Real Economy”. The report surveys the investment behavior of 500 large institutions around the globe...
Technician Gary Dorsch: Corporate QE Keeping a Bid Under the Market
Jul 18 – Jim welcomes back Gary Dorsch, of SirChartsAlot.com and publisher of Global Money Trends. Gary sees this bull market continuing, despite no significant correction in years. Gary believes one of the key factors is corporate...
Axel Merk: The Fed May Raise Rates, But It Will Remain Behind the Curve
Jul 17 – Will the Federal Reserve raise rates this fall, and if so, will the increase make any difference? Jim welcomes Axel Merk, President and Chief Investment Officer of Merk Investments LLC. Axel discusses the implications for...
Gold Market Update With Jeff Christian
Jul 16 – Greece is facing yet another crisis. China’s economy is slowing and their markets just crashed. On top of that, there’s always the fear of a major financial crisis just around the corner. Yet, with all these things safe haven demand for gold...
Eoin Treacy: Greek Outcome Either Means Continued Easing or Accelerated Easing in Europe
Jul 15 – Will problems with Greece bring down the global financial system? Eoin Treacy, Global Strategist and CEO at FullerTreacyMoney.com, weighs in with his thoughts and says, ultimately, the European Central Bank will...
Charles Nenner on Dow 5000
Jul 14 – Is it conceivable that the Dow could lose 70% of its value in the coming years? Cris Sheridan welcomes Charles Nenner, Founder & President of Charles Nenner Research Center. Charles sees trouble toward the end of...
Robin Griffiths: Blue Chip US Stocks Safer Bet Than Treasuries – But Look to China and India for Growth
Jul 11 – Jim welcomes back Robin Griffiths, Chief Technical Strategist at ECU Group in London. Robin sees the trend of a strong dollar continuing, but believes that US blue chip dividend stocks will offer less volatility going forward than bonds...
Brian Reynolds: How Public Pensions, Not The Fed, Are Driving Epic Bull Market
Jul 10 – Cris Sheridan welcomes Brian Reynolds, Chief Market Strategist for New Albion Partners. Brian discusses the three major themes or drivers of this current bull market and why he doesn’t think the current run is likely to end...
Andrew Zatlin: Buybacks in the Age of the Internet
Jul 7 – Corporations are sitting on large piles of cash and rather than using their profits to hire employees, build factories, or buy equipment, they are buying back shares of their own stock instead. Is this a conspiracy to drive...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: US Crude Production Is in Decline
Jul 4 – Jim's first Big Picture topic this week is US Crude Production Is in Decline. One of the big surprises of 2014 was the drop in oil prices, with crude dropping from the low $100/ barrel to as low as...
Louise Yamada: Indicators Not Constructive – We May See a Corrective Trend Ahead
Jul 4 - Jim welcomes back Louise Yamada CMT, Managing Director of Louise Yamada Technical Research Advisors. Louise remains cautious as her indicators show the market may be entering a corrective trend. She believes...
David Rosenberg: The Risks Are Out There, But This Bull Market Will Grind Higher – No Recession in Sight
Jul 2 – With the potential for a Greek default rattling the markets, what is the growth potential for Europe and the US looking ahead to the second half of the year? Jim welcomes David Rosenberg, Chief Economist & Strategist at...
Steve Hanke: Greek Problems Going to Get Worse, Not Better
Jul 1 – Greece has been in a deep depression since the financial crisis began and the future now looks even darker. Cris welcomes Steve Hanke, Professor of Applied Economics at Johns Hopkins University and a former Senior Economist on...
Steve Keen: Non-Linear Markets Forcing Copernican Revolution in Economics
Jun 30 – Steve Keen discusses two fundamental flaws of current economic thinking and how market complexity (including the role of money, debt, and banks) are forcing a Copernican Revolution on what some refer to as...