Financial Sense Newshour on the Markets
Robin Griffiths: Total Returns Will Be Very Modest for Overvalued US Stock Market
Jun 18 – Jim welcomes back Robin Griffiths, Chief Technical Strategist at the ECU Group in London. While Robin believes the S&P 500 index could hit new highs from here, he sees it as overvalued, and believes future returns will be very modest.
Jesse Felder: This Is Why George Soros Is So Bearish
Jun 17 – Jesse Felder, Editor of The Felder Report, joins Cris to discuss George Soros and his reemergence from retirement to place major bearish bets on the market. Jesse covers the rationale for why Soros is bearish...
Macro Ops' Tyler Kling: Global Markets at Important Inflection Point
Jun 16 – In the face of zero and negative interest rates, investors have scrambled into high yielding debt at an alarming rate. Macro Ops' Tyler Kling explains why this is a problem and how markets are at an important inflection point based on...
John Kosar: Early Signs of Global Growth – Fears of Deflation Lessening
Jun 11 – Jim welcomes back John Kosar CMT, Director of Research at Asbury Research. In the S&P 500 Index, John sees it as up against resistance and is looking for a pullback before it advances through resistance levels.
Eisenbeis: Forecasting Errors Larger than Normal in Uncertain Economic Environment
Jun 8 – Dr. Robert A. Eisenbeis, Chief Monetary Economist at Cumberland Advisors, joins Cris to discuss the US economy and trends in US economic data. He notes that forecasting errors are larger than normal when economic...
Louise Yamada: Trading Range Continues – Bear Market only 20% Possibility
Jun 4 – Jim welcomes back Louise Yamada, Managing Director of Louise Yamada Technical Research Advisors. Louise sees the current range-bound market likely to continue, although the possibilities of a breakout to new...
Technician Craig Johnson: Buy the Dips – Secular Bull Market Still Intact
May 28 – Ryan Puplava welcomes back Craig Johnson CFA CMT, Senior Technical Research Analyst at Piper Jaffray. Craig still believes that bullish economic trends are intact, and reiterated his year-end target of 2350 for the S&P 500 Index.
Hadik: Full Blown Bull Market in Gold Likely to Resume Later This Year
May 27 – Gold was up 22% at one point this year with the XAU Gold & Silver mining index up over 100%. Eric Hadik, editor, and publisher of INSIIDE Track and The Weekly Re-Lay, gives his outlook on metals and mining in...
Bolin: Wide Range of Data Suggests Market Top
May 26 – Charles Bolin, a mining engineer and contributor at Seeking Alpha, says the market is likely in the process of forming a major top and, if current trends continue, expects a recession before the end of 2017. Here, he explains the message...
Lifetime Income Series: Billionaire Investor and Author Ken Fisher on His New Book, Beat the Crowd
May 24 – In a special reprise edition of the Lifetime Income Series from January, Jim welcomes Ken Fisher, CEO of Fisher Investments to discuss his new book; Beat the Crowd: How You Can Out-Invest the Herd by Thinking Differently.
Technician Gary Dorsch: Fed Confident US Economy on Steady Ground – Prepared to Raise Rates
May 21 – Cris Sheridan welcomes back technician Gary Dorsch, editor of Global Money Trends. Gary believes the Federal Reserve, in assessing the current steady pace of the US economy, is ready to raise interest rates in June or July.
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: Helicopter Drops in the Post Debt-Supercycle
May 14 – In the first Big Picture topic this week, “As Good As It Gets,” Jim and John discuss how the economy is slowing down, why stimulus in the pipeline may lead to a bump in the second quarter even though longer-term trends are facing south.
Ralph Acampora: Cautious Wagers in Bull-Bear Debate
May 14 – Well-known technician Ralph Acampora provides his outlook on the market and explains why he is cautious. Also in this segment, Ryan Puplava has this week’s Market Wrap-up and Greg Weldon covers the commodities market...
Tom McClellan: “Sell in May” Doesn’t Work in Election Years – Look for Market Rally Into July
May 7 – Jim welcomes back Tom McClellan, Editor of McClellan Financial Publications. Tom sees the current pull-back in the S&P 500 as healthy, and after the consolidation is over, he believes we will have more market upside lasting into July.
Jonathan Krinsky: Market Is Extended – But It Seems More Than a Reflex Rally
Apr 30 – Jim welcomes back Jonathan Krinsky CMT, Chief Market Technician at MKM Partners. Jonathan notes that the market is extended, and it makes sense to see a pause here. But he also points out the strength of the current rally...
Dr. Ben Hunt on the Placebos of Monetary Policy
Apr 28 – The primary instruments of monetary policy in 2016…are placebos,” says Ben Hunt PhD. In this podcast, Ben explains what this means for markets, under what conditions placebos fail to work, and the growing number of parallels between the 1930s and today.
2016 Market and Economic Outlook With Chris Puplava
Apr 27 – PFS Group’s Chief Investment Officer, Chris Puplava, offers a detailed outlook of the US economy and explains why, if current trends continue, there are growing signs for a major market top this year and a possible US recession in 2017.
David Nicoski: Risk-On Trade Coming Back – Everything Suggests We Move Higher
Apr 23 – Jim welcomes back David Nicoski, Director of Research at Vermilion Technical Research. Dave notes that the key factor is the decline in the dollar, which is leading to a reflating of the market and a broad-based participation. He believes...
Jeff Christian on Gold, Negative Rates, US Recession Outlook
Apr 20 – CPM Group’s Jeff Christian has been one of the most accurate forecasters on the gold market. In this comprehensive interview, Jeff provides his short and long-term outlook on the precious metals sector, including...
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The Only Game in Town – Central Banks, QE, Negative Rates and Helicopter Drops
Apr 16 – This week on the Big Picture, Jim and John cover the only game in town; central banks. We read about economic weakness and that corporate profits have peaked, yet the Fed is still talking about raising rates this year.