Financial Sense Newshour on the Markets

  • Megatrend: Retail Ice Age or Metamorphosis? May 27

    May 27 – Thousands of retail chain stores will be closing this year. In today’s Big Picture, we do a deep-dive into the disruptive forces shaking up the retail industry. We discuss the trends, the latest research, and where experts think things...

  • Richard Dickson on Market Technicals; Frank Holmes on Trump, Gold May 27

    May 27 – After Ryan Puplava gives this week’s market wrap-up, we speak with technician Richard Dickson at Lowry Research who gives an update on investor behavior via their proprietary buying power and selling pressure gauges.

  • Breadth Update: Cyclical Sectors Leading Market Higher May 26

    May 26 – Bearish “Hindenburg Omens” have been popping up recently. PFS Group’s Chris Puplava gives listeners an update on market breadth, the type of stocks leading the market higher, the credit markets, recession risks, and much more.

  • 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...

  • Investing in Global Robotics – Interview With ROBO Global’s Bill Studebaker May 24

    May 24 – Bill Studebaker, President and CIO of ROBO Global, says that we are in the early stages of a robotics and automation revolution that is accelerating due to recent technological advances, particularly in the fields of AI and machine...

  • Craig Johnson: Stocks Still in a Structural Bull Market May 20

    May 20 – Piper Jaffray’s Craig Johnson tells Financial Sense Newshour that the US stock market is in a long-term structural bull market and names a number of factors for why he thinks it will last another 5-10 years. Then, we speak to Gene...

  • Trace Mayer on Why Bitcoin Is Now More Valuable Than Gold May 19

    May 19 – Bitcoin has more than doubled in price, overtaking gold, since we last spoke to Trace Mayer just five months ago. Is it in a bubble or is this the beginning of something truly significant? Today, we get an update from Trace on Bitcoin and...

  • 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.

  • John Kosar on Market Outlook; Greg Weldon on Oil, Commodities, and Fed May 13

    May 13 – Market technician John Kosar at Asbury Research offers his outlook on US stocks, bonds, the dollar, and metals. Next, Financial Sense Newshour speaks with Greg Weldon at WeldonLive on oil, commodities, and whether markets have it wrong on Fed tightening.

  • 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...

  • Inside the Bubble May 06

    May 6 – What is the biggest bubble of our day? In today’s Big Picture podcast, Jim Puplava explains how stock prices are being driven to record valuations as investors herd into index ETFs. This is a self-feeding frenzy, he states, where fundamental...

  • Art Hill on Summer Correction, Kathy Derbes on Metals May 06

    May 6 – Ryan Puplava gives this week’s market wrap-up. Technician Art Hill says stocks are consolidating with an upward bias as technology and healthcare resume leadership, but odds are favoring a summer correction.

  • Jeff Christian on Metals Collapse, Future Outlook May 05

    May 5 – This week, investors yanked millions from precious metals ETFs. Jeff Christian at CPM Group, one of the world’s leading precious metals experts, joins FS Insider today to discuss why. Don’t miss what he has to say.

  • 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...

  • Chris Puplava on Passive vs. Active Debate, Taking Chips Off the Table Apr 28

    Apr 28 – As trillions of dollars flow into passively managed index funds, Chris Puplava, Chief Operating Officer of PFS Group, points out that one of the popular market indices in the world, the S&P 500, is the second most expensive...

  • What’s Up With Commodities? Apr 27

    Apr 27 – The Nasdaq has broken above 6,000 for the first time since the 2000 tech bubble. Should we be concerned? FS Insider discusses the global economic and market outlook with Kurt Kallaus of Exec Spec looking at various commodities...

  • 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...

  • Tom McClellan on May Top, June Swoon, and “Mother of All Rallies” Apr 22

    Apr 22 – Where’s the market headed? You’ll definitely want to hear what well-known technician Tom McClellan of McClellan Market Report has to say as he makes the case for a strong rally into next month, followed by a June correction...

  • Andrew Zatlin: Trump’s Time Window Closing as Business Sentiment Shifts Apr 21

    Apr 21 – The massive gap between hard and soft data has now started to narrow with soft data (consumer and business sentiment) pulling back after Trump’s inability to achieve healthcare reform and, possibly, other widely-anticipated...

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