Financial Sense Newshour on the Markets
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: On The Record (Part 1)
Aug 27 – This week on the Big Picture, John asks Jim questions from listeners and elsewhere in another edition of On The Record. This is the first of a two-part discussion highlighting Jim’s current thinking on a number of different topics.
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.
Kurt Kallaus: Modest Cyclical Upturn Underway
Aug 17 – Kurt Kallaus, the author of Exec Spec, discusses the modest cyclical upturn we’ve seen in US economic data from the lows at the beginning of this year and how long he expects this to continue based on longer-term structural factors like...
Robin Griffiths: We Are “Very Early Days” Into a Precious Metals Bull Market
Aug 13 – Jim welcomes back Robin Griffiths, Chief Technical Strategist at the ECU Group in London. Robin’s work indicates the US markets are overvalued and entering bubble territory. He stresses there is nothing wrong with the companies, just...
Eric Hadik on 40-Year Cycle, Food Crisis, and Market Outlook
Aug 11 – Eric Hadik, editor, and publisher of INSIIDE Track and The Weekly Re-Lay, discusses his approach to cyclical analysis, including “swarm events,” and also offers his outlook on the US stock market, a possible time window for...
Louise Yamada: Technical Breakout in July - S&P 2400 the New Target
Aug 6 – Jim welcomes back Louise Yamada CMT, Managing Director of Louise Yamada Technical Research Advisors. Louise comments that the market broke out technically in July, and this could lead to the next target of 2400 on the S&P 500.
Tyler Kling: Bull Market Hinges on These Two Sectors
Aug 4 – Macro Ops' Tyler Kling explains the crucial importance of emerging markets and the junk bond space in helping to propel stocks higher and why a further continuation of the bull market hinges on how these two sectors perform going forward.
Clif Droke: Watch These Charts to Know Where the Market Is Headed
Aug 3 – Clif Droke, Editor of the Momentum Strategies Report, is a recognized authority on moving averages and internal momentum, having authored a few dozen books on practical trading advice for investors. In this interview, Clif...
Tom McClellan: Presidential Election Cycle Indicates a Market Pull-Back in the Fall
Jul 30 – Jim welcomes back Tom McClellan, Editor of McClellan Financial Publications. Tom comments on his technical work with presidential election cycles, in that the months leading up to an election are usually quite negative.
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”).
Ron Stoeferle on Gold’s New Bull Market, Helicopter Money, and More
Jul 20 – Ronald Stoeferle, Managing Director at Incrementum and co-author of Austrian School for Investors, discusses his latest In Gold We Trust Report with Financial Sense, including his price objective for gold in the years...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Lower for Longer
Jul 16 – In the first Big Picture topic this week, “Lower for Longer”, Jim notes that bond yields have reached levels we’ve never seen before. The US has now issued bonds at the lowest rates in United States history. The German government has finally...
Ralph Acampora: S&P 500 Breakout Significant – Begin to Accumulate
Jul 16 – Jim welcomes back legendary technician Ralph Acampora, Director of Tactical Investments at Altaira Wealth Management. Ralph believes the recent breakout to new all-time highs in the S&P 500 was significant, after over 18 months of...
Edward Altman on Credit Cycle, Corporate Defaults, and Market Risks
Jul 15 – Edward Altman, Professor of Finance at NY University’s Stern School of Business and a leading authority on high yield, distressed debt, and credit risk analysis discusses the state of corporate defaults with Financial Sense...
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...
Jonathan Krinsky: Bullish Trends Continue, But Financials Are the “Elephant in the Room”
Jul 9 – Jim welcomes back Jonathan Krinsky CMT, Chief Market Technician at MKM Partners. While Jonathan believes the trends remain bullish, he sees the market set up for a pause or consolidation at these levels. He specifically discusses...