Ross LaDuke on Market Correction; Frank Holmes on Gold and Commodities

Mar 8 – Ryan Puplava covers this week's events with U.S. stocks rolling over, the euro breaking down, a bad U.S. jobs report, and more. Next, Ross LaDuke, Global Strategist at Vermilion Technical Research, says stocks are experiencing...

Pointbreak on the CA Coastline—A Harbinger of Things to Come?

Mar 8 – There is an increase in jobless claims being filed in the most cyclical industries, which tend to be the first type of jobs to go when the economy is at an inflection point. On this edition of FS Insider, Jim Puplava interviews Danielle...

Is This the Beginning of a Massive Dollar Run?

Mar 7 – Some 88% of all currency transactions globally involve the buck. The euro is a distant second at 31%, the Japanese yen is third at 22% and the Chinese yuan is involved in only 4%, not much more than the Mexican peso’s 2.2% despite...

The Coming Corporate Debt Crisis

Mar 7 – Behind every great crisis is a great expansion or credit bubble. If you glance back at history this pattern readily emerges—expansions and credit bubbles are the one central theme apparent throughout U.S. crises...

Euro Gold ETFs Expand 40 Percent as ECB Marks 3 Years of Record Negative Rates

Mar 7 – Gold ETF share prices ticked higher for Eurozone investors on Thursday, rising as bullion itself edged above last week's finish in terms of the single currency on the promise of new cheap lending from the European ...

Economic Collapse or Mild Slowdown? ITR Economics Weighs In

Mar 6 – FS Insider interviews Catherine Putney at ITR Economics to discuss their outlook for an ongoing slowdown in the U.S. for the remainder of 2019 into 2020 and whether they think we’ll see a mild slowdown or severe recession...

Work Less, Earn More?

Mar 6 – Working fewer hours at higher pay sounds like a good thing. It may be better than it sounds. Both high skilled white collar and lower skilled blue collar jobs are requiring less...

MMT Finds Its Soulmate With Green New Deal

Mar 5 – FS Insider interviews Robert P. Murphy, Senior Economist at the Institute for Energy Research, on the Green New Deal and the increasing role modern monetary theory (MMT) is having on progressive ideology when it comes to...

Should the United States Run a Trade Surplus?

Mar 5 – Although standard trade theory predicts that highly advanced economies with sophisticated financial sectors, like the United States, should generally run trade surpluses, the country has run persistent, and often large, trade deficits for five decades...

Work Optional: Retire Early the Non-Penny-Pinching Way

March 5 – On this edition of Lifetime Income, Jim Puplava interviews Tanja Hester about her new book Work Optional: Retire Early the Non-Penny-Pinching Way. She and Jim discuss how she retired at 38 and the roadmap she developed so...

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