Financial Sense Newshour on the Markets
Don Coxe: Bond Bull Coming to an End – Bonds Now a Center of Risk
May 22 - Jim welcomes back Donald Coxe, Chairman of Coxe Advisors. Don called the dawn of the bull market in bonds in 1981. Now 34 years later, Don sees the bull market ending as it enters a final mania phase, which will be...
Jean-Marie Eveillard: Finding Value Today Like a Needle in a Haystack
May 21 – Cris Sheridan welcomes legendary value investor Jean-Marie Eveillard, Senior Adviser at First Eagle Investment Management. Jean-Marie discusses the importance of value investing, and how few value investors there are even though...
Technician Richard Dickson: Market Lacking Conviction – But No Evidence of Major Top
May 16 – Jim welcomes back Richard Dickson, Chief Market Analyst at Lowry Research. Richard sees a sideways, indecisive market, waiting for a significant trend. Despite the divergence between the industrials and the transports, he does not believe there has been a Dow Theory sell signal yet. Without consistent buying or selling...
James Bianco: Bond Market Sell-Off Not a Fundamental Event – Profound Implications for Equity Markets
May 14 – Cris Sheridan welcomes James Bianco, President of Bianco Research, LLC. Jim believes the recent bond market sell-off is being driven by positioning and a lack of liquidity, not by fundamental forces.
Axel Merk: Markets Increasingly Unpredictable – True Diversification Very Important
May 13 – Jim welcomes back Axel Merk, Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Merk Investments LLC. Axel and Jim discuss Federal Reserve policy, the dollar, gold, Europe and Asia, as well as specific currencies. Axel notes that the US...
Milan Zeleny: The Economy as a Complex Adaptive Organism
May 12 – Cris Sheridan welcomes Milan Zeleny, Professor of Management Systems at Fordham University. Is the economy more like a machine or a living organism? Professor Zeleny explains why viewing the economy as...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Gold: Past, Present & Future – Featuring Frank Holmes, Ross Hansen and John Doody
May 9 – In a special edition of the Big Picture, Jim hosts a Gold Roundtable discussion featuring Frank Holmes, CEO of US Global Investors, Ross Hansen, Founder of Northwest Territorial Mint, and John Doody PhD, Editor of the Gold Stock Analyst.
Craig Johnson: Market Healthier Than People Think – Primary Trend Still Up
May 9 - Jim welcomes back Craig Johnson, CMT CFA, Principal and Senior Technical Research Analyst at Piper Jaffray. Craig notes that while there is a lot of turbulence in the market, the primary trend is still up, and a healthy percentage of stocks are still making new highs.
Jason Goepfert: Most Sentiment Measures Show Investors All In
May 7 – Cris Sheridan welcomes Jason Goepfert, President and CEO at Sundial Capital Research and publisher of the widely-followed SentimenTrader.com. Jason explains what current sentiment data is showing for stocks, bonds, gold and commodities in the weeks and months ahead.
Jared Dillian: Markets Better Off by Automating the Fed
May 5 – Cris Sheridan welcomes Jared Dillian, Editor of Bull’s Eye Investor at Mauldin Economics. We’re six years into a bull market and Wall Street traders and brokers are having a hard time making money or even keeping their jobs. Why?
Chris Puplava: Biggest Inflection Point for 2015 Happening Right Now
May 2 – This week Cris Sheridan interviews Chris Puplava. Chris believes the long predicted top in the USD is finally in, and the catalyst is a bottoming in global growth which is likely to have widespread investment implications.
Technician Gary Dorsch: Dollar Correcting, But Likely to Remain in Trading Range
May 2 – Ryan Puplava welcomes technician Gary Dorsch, editor of the Global Money Trends newsletter. Gary discusses the current weakness in the dollar, and its negative effect on the German stock market, as well as his views on...
Conference Board’s Ken Goldstein: Perfect Storm Needed to Derail US Economy
May 1 – Cris Sheridan welcomes Ken Goldstein, an economist at The Conference Board. The Conference Board’s Leading Economic Index for the US is followed by many market strategists around the globe given its value in...
Dan Steffens: Look for Major Oil Company Acquisitions This Year if the First Domino Falls
Apr 30 – Jim welcomes Dan Steffens, President of Energy Prospectus Group in Houston. Jim and Dan cover the oil markets, starting with Dan’s assessment of the current price, and where it may go for the balance of 2015. They discuss...
Robin Griffiths: Potential Second Half Breakout, But US Markets Moving Into Bubble Territory
Apr 25 – Jim welcomes Robin Griffiths, Chief Technical Strategist at ECU Group in London. Robin’s work tells him that the US market is expensive, but not yet ready to move into a bear market. He notes the potential for a second half breakout, but as this is the third...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Financial Repression – Part II
Apr 25 – Jim’s first Big Picture topic this week is “Financial Repression – Part II”. The world is awash in an ocean of liquidity. And even though the Fed may, or may not, tighten this year, the rest of the developed world is printing money at a frantic pace...
Brian Pretti: Has the Fed Already Stayed Too Long at the Party?
Apr 24 – Jim welcomes back Brian Pretti CFA, managing editor of ContraryInvestor.com. Brian and Jim discuss Federal Reserve policy, and the implications of “the re-pricing of credit”. Brian believes the Fed may have kept rates at...
James Kostohryz on the Top Ten Market Risks Facing Investors This Year
Apr 23 – In this highly in-depth interview with Cris Sheridan, global investment strategist James Kostohryz outlines the top ten market risks facing investors, starting from whether the world’s largest economy is facing...
David Nicoski: Fast Rotations Frustrating Investors, but Global Recoupling Is Bullish Trend
Apr 18 – Jim welcomes David Nicoski CMT, Director of Research at Vermilion Technical Research. Dave discusses the recoupling of foreign markets with the US. He notes that the rapid rotation of capital is confusing, but it’s a bullish sign for the global...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Financial Repression – The Greatest Wealth Transfer in History
In Jim’s first Big Picture topic, “Financial Repression – the greatest wealth transfer in history,” Jim discusses the current deliberate policy pursued by governments and central banks. Jim gives an historical background on financial repression, first seen...