Cris Sheridan's Contributions

Book Interview: Not Working, Where Have All the Good Jobs Gone?

Aug 15 – David Blanchflower, a British-American labor economist and professor at Dartmouth, discusses his new book Not Working, Where Have All the Good Jobs Gone? and explains why low unemployment numbers don’t signal the labor market is doing well...

Mexico Overtakes China and Canada as US Main Trading Partner

Aug 14 – On this edition of FS Insider, Cris Sheridan interviews George Friedman, founder and Chairman at Geopolitical Futures. In this interview, George explains the weakening of the Chinese economy and whether...

Kurt Kallaus’ Economic Outlook Amid Slowing Global Economy and Trade War Tensions

Aug 13 – Kurt Kallaus joins FS Insider to share his current economic outlook given the deterioration of U.S. - China relations. He discusses ongoing weakness in the manufacturing sector and how the trade war could change consumer sentiment. He also explains...

Nothing But Problems Coming Down the Road, Says Jim Bianco

Aug 8 – On this edition of FS Insider, Cris Sheridan welcomes Jim Bianco, president and founder of Bianco Research. Jim covers significant changes with the tariff war and how those changes are affecting the market...

Gold on Track to Hit a New Record, Predicts Jeff Christian

Aug 7 – On this edition of FS Insider, Cris Sheridan discusses the outlook for metals and the global macro environment with Jeff Christian, founder and managing partner at CPM Group. In this episode, Jeff explains how...

Global Central Banks Are Making Major Moves

Aug 6 – Today on FS Insider we speak with David Marsh, Chairman and Co-Founder at the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF), to discuss the key highlights of their Global Public Investor report for 2019 looking...

After New Tariff Threat, All Eyes Turn to US Consumer

Aug 1 – After stocks found their footing following the first Fed rate cut in 10 years, Trump announces new tariffs on China leading to another sell-off. What does this mean for business, leading economic indicators, and, more importantly, the U.S. consumer?

Ralph McLaughlin on Housing Slowdown, Longest Economic Boom

Jul 31 – Ralph McLaughlin of CoreLogic discusses the state of the U.S. housing market and looks at the role it’s playing in the U.S. economic expansion. He identifies headwinds and tailwinds affecting the market such as millennials coming of age, the impact of...

Creditism, MMT and America’s Trillion-Dollar Deficits

Jul 30 – MacroWatch’s Richard Duncan joins FS Insider to delve into the details of his theory on how capitalism died many decades ago and how we are now operating under what he calls “creditism.” He also explains...

2020 Recession Concerns Premature, Says Ryan Sweet

Jul 26 – The stock market moved higher this week in anticipation of Fed rate cuts which could be coming as soon as next week. Mario Draghi also hinted at potential rate cuts, sending the euro down by week's end. Cris Sheridan joins the program to tell us what moved the markets. Ari Wald...

Woody Preucil On “Gray Zone” Technological Warfare

Jul 25 – On this edition of FS Insider, Cris Sheridan interviews Woody Preucil at 13D Global Strategy and Research about "Gray zone" technological warfare. Preucil explains what the Gray Zone is as defined by the military. He explains the different types of technologies and strategies...

Are China’s Arctic Ambitions a Threat to Canada?

Jul 24 – Cris Sheridan talks to Jeremy Luedi, editor of True North Far East, on China’s interest in the Arctic. They discuss Luedi’s recent article on the topic and delve into the new ‘Polar Silk Road’ as well as Canada’s growing concerns. Beijing’s interest in the region signals a wider international focus...

Peter Boockvar on the One Thing That Could Derail Gold and Silver

Jul 23 – FS Insider speaks with Peter Boockvar, Chief Investment Officer at Bleakley Advisory Group, to discuss the most recent data and stats on the global economy, Fed rate cuts, why he’s bullish on agriculture, and what he’s seeing right now with gold and silver, including...

Trace Mayer: Bitcoin Could Reach Six Figures

Jul 18 – Trace Mayer covers Facebook’s entrance into the cryptocurrency space, the brewing fight between Silicon Valley and Wall Street and explains why “Bitcoin is the soundest, hardest money the world has ever known.” He also discusses what role Bitcoin could play in the 2020...

Jim Rickards Discusses His New Book, Aftermath: Seven Secrets of Wealth Preservation in the Coming Crisis

Jul 17 – Jim Rickards joins the Financial Sense Newshour podcast to discuss his provocative new book covering nearly every topic on the minds of investors today, including America’s runaway debt problem, the flaws in Modern Monetary Theory, the US-China...

Crestmont’s Ed Easterling on Permanently High Stock Market Valuations

Jul 16 – The S&P 500, Nasdaq, and Dow have all hit new record highs. Ed Easterling, Founder and President of Crestmont Research, explains where US stock market valuations are currently relative to historical levels, what this means for future returns, and whether we might see...

Majority of Global Manufacturing Sector Now Contracting, Says Nick Reece

Jul 11 – Cris Sheridan and Nick Reece, senior financial analyst at Merk Investments, take a deep dive into leading economic indicators and discuss economic and financial trends of which you should be aware. They cover the seven out of 12 major global economies that are in contractionary territory...

Should the Fed Be Cutting Rates?

Jul 10 – Today on FS Insider, we explain how the Fed is very likely to cut rates at the end of this month and then ask the question, “Should they?” We discuss the cases for and against cutting rates with Model Investing’s Chief Investment Strategist Matthew Kerkhoff who clearly thinks....––

Gold Looking for One More Major Test, Says Avi Gilburt

Jul 4 – Avi Gilburt of Elliottwavetrader.net shares his short and long term outlooks for the markets and identifies his resistance points. He posits what trade talks with China could do to the markets and says he’s long-term bullish with a minimum...

Zatlin: Bitcoin Rally Due to Chinese Capital Flight

Jul 3 – Andrew Zatlin explains the relationship between Bitcoin and a slowing Chinese economy. He points to a steep macro decline in the second half of the year along with sharper pain in semi-conductors. “Panic is underway in China,” and Zatlin posits it won’t be long...

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