Rob Arnott: U.S. Most Expensive Stock Market in the World

May 22 – Despite the simmering threat of trade wars and rumors of real wars brewing, U.S. stock market valuations remain high. Financial Sense Insider spoke with Rob Arnott, founder and chairman of Research Affiliates, about his take on sky-high valuations...

William White on Complex Adaptive Systems, MMT and Money

May 21 – FS Insider interviews William White on why central bankers and economists fail to understand the true nature of the financial markets and economy given the fundamental lessons of complexity theory ....

Think College Is Expensive and Outdated? Consider Praxis

May 21 – Rising debt from student loans is a major problem in the U.S. for both students and parents. However, increasingly there are more programs focusing on training individuals to be successful in the workforce without taking on mounds of student loans...

Oil May Surprise to the Upside with Shale Production Delays, Says Joe Dancy

May 20 –For the past two years the energy sector has been underperforming and recent news of potential supply pressures only adds fuel to the fire. Where’s oil headed? Financial Sense Newshour spoke with Joe Dancy...

Dividends Could Save Your Retirement

May 20 –Many people find it difficult to keep up with today’s fast-paced and volatile investment markets. Often, this leads people to avoid investing altogether and this can create real problems for...

Art Hill on Disconnect Between Stocks and Bonds; Tech Still in the Lead

May 17 – Ryan Puplava gives this week's market wrap-up. StockCharts.com's Senior Technical Analyst Arthur Hill discusses the disconnect between stocks and bonds. Then, Financial Sense Newshour interviews well-known metals and mining analyst David Morgan...

When Money Dies: The Economics of Inflation

May 17 – The U.S. national debt is over $22 trillion and the deficit will hit $973 billion this year. We are now in an era of trillion, if not multi-trillion, dollar deficits. According to the CBO, entitlements and interest on the debt will consume 100 percent of all government...

Consumer Confidence Jumps to the Highest in 15 Years

May 17 – The UoM May consumer confidence index jumped to 102.4 from 97.2 in April and that was well better than the expected print of no change. This is the highest since January 2004. All of the confidence gain was in the Expectations component which jumped 8.6 pts...

The U.S. and Israel Are Itching for a Fight, Says Kurt Kallaus

May 16 – Earlier this year, Kurt Kallaus at ExecSpec.net told FS Insider listeners that stocks were likely to head higher and eventually take out their 2018 highs. That’s exactly what happened a few weeks back...

How Africa Is Becoming China's China

May 16 – Many African nations used to align with the U.S. on geopolitical matters. Now, an increasingly larger share of them align with China. This video discusses a brief history of geopolitical relations and alliance, China's multi-pronged effort to win over Africa...

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