December Too Soon for Fed Taper – Most Likely March
The Hong Kong Property Bubble Has Yet to Burst
Jim welcomes back Puru Saxena, founder of Puru Saxena Limited in Hong Kong and publisher of Money Matters. Puru and Jim cover a number of topics, including the property bubble in Hong Kong, where commercial real estate sells for $2,500 a square foot, and residential real estate is far higher...
Bank Credit Expanding Very Slowly
Fracking Stocks – The Story Keeps Getting Better
Purging Excess From the System and Setting the Stage for the Next Rally
Jim welcomes back John Kaiser, a mining analyst with over 25 years of experience and founder of Kaiser Research Online, specializing in the resource sector. John discusses the current outlook for the gold and gold mining sectors, and sees no catalyst on the horizon to re-ignite the industry.
Dr. Betsy McCaughey, author of “Beating Obamacare – Your Handbook for Surviving the New Health Care Law”
Government Health Exchanges Will Limit Your Choices
Evelyn Browning Garriss: Volcanic Debris in the Arctic Will Create Colder than Average Winter in North America
Extreme Cold Fronts this Winter will mean Increased Energy Demand in the US
Jim welcomes back Evelyn Browning Garriss, Editor of The Browning Newsletter. Evelyn discusses the volcanic eruptions in the Arctic air mass over the last two years, and how the result has been a very cold and turbulent polar air mass that will be moving south as winter approaches.
A Demographic Shift based on Low Taxes, Business-friendly Regulation, and Cheap Energy
A VAT Tax Is Coming Unless We Change Our Politicians
Larry Summers Promoting Electronic Currency - So 100% of Transactions Can Be Tracked and Taxed
Jim welcomes back Martin Armstrong of ArmstrongEconomics.com. Martin and Jim cover an array of economic topics, including the failure of the Fed’s QE policy to stimulate the economy. Martin notes as the world’s reserve currency, the dollars don’t stay in the US but circulate around the globe.
The Sweet Spot Is in Mid-Cap Energy Stocks
Stock Picking Even More Important in This Environment
Saut Predicts the S&P 500 Index Will Hit 2000 Next Year
A Nuclear Renaissance Was Underway Until Fukushima
Jim welcomes back Kirk Sorensen, founder of Flibe Energy, which is devoted to the design, development, manufacture and operation of liquid-fluoride thorium reactors. While the US recession has slowed the growth of electricity demand, Kirk notes that the US is beginning to retire old coal and nuclear plants.
Why We Have Not Seen the Inflationary Consequences of QE
Special Guest: Mark Farrin on Year-end Tax Planning for Small Business Pensions
This week on The Lifetime Income Series, Jim and Cathlyn focus on “spending down the nest egg” and utilize two excellent articles in Barron’s to illustrate the issue; “Revisiting the 4% Rule” by Reshma Kapadia and “Thinking Long Term” by Amy Feldman...
Americans in Future Years will Enjoy Six Major Advantages over Developed and Developing Country Competitors
Crowd Psychology and How it Applies to Financial Markets
Jim welcomes Eoin Treacy, financial strategist and author of Crowd Money — A Practical Guide to Macro Behavioral Analysis. Eoin’s book addresses themes such as how market interrelationships shape investment trends and how the psychology of the crowd changes perceptions of value.
The Key to Survival in Silver Mining Is Ore Grade
Jim welcomes back Keith Neumeyer, President & CEO of First Majestic Silver Corp. Keith and Jim discuss the recent Silver Summit, as well as the difficult environment for silver miners. Keith believes that sooner or later a catalyst will arrive to reignite the price of silver.