Financial Sense Newshour for Storm Watch

  • How Trump Could Eliminate the US National Debt Mar 22

    Mar 22 - $20 trillion of US debt sounds like a lot and is, in fact, the largest in the world. Then again, the US is also the richest nation on the planet with the federal government owning trillions in assets in the form of land, mineral rights, untapped energy deposits, and...

  • Elder Scams, Frauds, and Abuse – Don’t Get Fleeced Mar 20

    Mar 20 – There are a lot of scams out there targeting the elderly and this problem continues to grow for two simple reasons: a larger share of our population is aging and they are also living much longer, which means a lot more people suffering from dementia, Alzheimer’s...

  • Death of a Bull Market – Major Paradigm Shift Mar 18

    Mar 18 – In today’s Big Picture podcast, Jim argues that we are at the end of the bull market in bonds with rising inflationary pressures and a turning point in global bond yields from their all-time lows last summer. He discusses the implications of this, what it means for investors...

  • Felix Zulauf on Europe, China, Stock Market Outlook and More Mar 17

    Mar 17 – In today's podcast, legendary fund manager Felix Zulauf, head of Zulauf Consulting, provides his global macro outlook tying together political events, currency movements, and how specific investments and asset classes will likely be impacted in coming months...

  • Craig Johnson on Stocks, Bonds; Frank Holmes on Gold, Oil Mar 11

    Mar 11 – Ryan Puplava covers this week’s events, Piper Jaffray’s Craig Johnson discusses his outlook on the stock market and bond market in relationship to the three R’s—rates, rotations, and reflation—and Frank Holmes of US Global Investors provides his thoughts...

  • Alan Beaulieu: Still on Track for 2019 Recession, 2030 Depression Mar 10

    Mar 10 – Dr. Alan Beaulieu, President of ITR Economics, provides an update on their outlook for a mild recession to hit the US in 2019 followed by a Great Depression in 2030. Alan is the co-author of a must-read 2014 book...

  • Ralph Acampora: Trump Honeymoon Close to Ending Mar 04

    Mar 4 – Ryan Puplava covers this week’s events; Ralph Acampora discusses the technical outlook for stocks, bonds, and commodities; and Kurt Wulff at McDep.com discusses the latest opportunities and events in the energy space.

  • Rosenberg: This Is Not Normal Mar 03

    Mar 3 – The bull market is nearing its 8th anniversary and David Rosenberg, Chief Economist at Gluskin Sheff, says that what we’re seeing today is not normal. Rosenberg discusses his economic and market outlook, including the areas...

  • Massive Numbers of People Are Renouncing US Citizenship Mar 02

    Mar 2 – Record numbers of Americans are saying goodbye to the US and our next guest, Mark Nestmann, thinks this is just the beginning. In this podcast, we explain why, including a wide-ranging discussion on tax haven USA, foreign...

  • 7 Megatrends and the Next Crash Feb 25

    Feb 25 – Jim Puplava looks at seven large, transformative forces impacting all aspects of the global economy. Next, he talks about how these forces are colliding in the markets with a growing bubble that few are talking about.

  • Richard Duncan on Trump's Recipe for Disaster Feb 24

    Feb 24 – Today, we discuss Richard Duncan's recent presentation to a group of institutional investors titled, "Trump's Recipe for Disaster," where Duncan looks at the impact of rising interest rates in an overleveraged global economy...

  • Blockchain Technology Has Power to Destroy Monopolies Feb 23

    Feb 23 – Caitlin Long used to work for Wall Street. Now she’s leading the charge in the most disruptive technology that the financial industry has ever faced. It’s called blockchain tech and Caitlin, President of smart-contract technology...

  • Michael Pettis on Capital Flows and Debt Crises Feb 17

    Feb 17 – Today, we resume our conversation with Michael Pettis where he discusses how large concentrations of capital into a single market—as we see in the US today—often resolve with an eventual debt crisis and soaring unemployment.

  • Jim Bianco: Extreme Readings in the Bond Market Feb 08

    Feb 8 – Jim Bianco of Bianco Research joins FS Insider today to discuss the large divergence in “hard” vs. “soft” economic data, his outlook for stocks and bonds in looking at futures market data, the big changes Trump is going to make...

  • The 800-Pound Gorilla – Risk of Policy Mistakes Feb 04

    Feb 4 – According to a recent BofA Global Fund Survey, one of the greatest concerns on the minds of large institutional investors right now is a policy mistake by the Trump administration, which could lead to any number of...

  • The 401(k) Black Hole Jan 30

    Jan 30 – Last week we discussed The High Risk for Boomers when it comes to future investment returns. Today, we discuss those same risks—low returns, high market valuations, and rising interest rates—as they apply to most working individuals through their 401(k)...

  • Market Outlook With Robin Griffiths and Marc Chandler Jan 28

    Jan 28 – After this week’s Market Wrap-Up, Robin Griffiths, Chief Technical Strategist at the ECU Group in London, joins us on today’s podcast to give his outlook on the global financial markets, particularly the US in the wake of Trump’s win and the strong stock market rally...

  • Charles Gave and Clash of the Titans – Trump vs. Yellen Jan 28

    Jan 28 – In the first part of today’s Big Picture, Jim Puplava discusses the confrontation between Trump and Yellen on the horizon and how the investment community must navigate increasing fiscal stimulus while the Federal Reserve, most expect, will continue to raise interest...

  • Trump Constraints and China Risks Jan 27

    Jan 27 – Jacob Shapiro, Director of Analysis at Geopolitical Futures, explains their framework for geopolitical analysis and prediction in the context of potential trade wars between the US, China, and other countries.

  • The War on Cash Jan 25

    Jan 25 – Norbert Haering, a financial journalist, economist, and author of “The Abolition of Cash and the Consequences,” has conducted an extensive investigation into the companies and organizations behind the war on cash.

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