Financial Survival Network

Financial Survival Network

By Kerry Lutz

A show about how to thrive in the New Economy. It's All About What's Next!


Making Tons Of Money In Mining Stocks - David Erfle #4868

Since we met David Erfle several years ago, he was convinced that the key to future wealth was in mining stocks. He runs one of the most transparent and interactive newsletters around. Fast forward to now and we see that David was correct. His stocks are way way up and they're barely getting started. To David, the recent pull back is welcome news. We don't want to see a parabolic rise as that inevitably ends in sorrow. Even more over-sized gains are on the horizon.
13/08/2019m 51s

Common Sense Covid 19 Approach - Dr. David B. Samadi #4867

n the early days of the coronavirus crisis, President Donald Trump was flanked in the White House briefing room by a team of public health experts in a seeming portrait of unity to confront the disease that was ravaging the globe.   But as the crisis has spread to all reaches of the country, with escalating deaths and little sense of endgame, a chasm has widened between the president and the experts. The result: daily delivery of a mixed message to the public at a moment when coherence is most needed.  Trump and his political advisers insist that the United States has no rival in its response to the pandemic. They point to the fact that the U.S. has administered more virus tests than any other nation and that the percentage of deaths among those infected is among the lowest.
13/08/2014m 3s

Trump's Poll Numbers Surge as Democrats Begin to Self-Destruct With Dr. Steve Turley #4866

As Steve reports, "The latest Rasmussen poll has trump at 51 percent approval, 7 points higher than Obama at this point in his presidency. Such poll numbers are all the more remarkable given the radically and absurdly negative coverage Trump receives on an hourly basis from the mainstream media. In fact, the Media Research Center conducted a study that found that 92 percent of the media’s coverage of President Trump was decisively negative, the mirror opposite of the fawning coverage that daily accompanied the Obama presidency. But Rasmussen isn't an outlier. The latest Democracy Institute poll has Trump beating Biden by a margin of 48 percent to 46 percent, with Trump leading by a healthy five points in crucial swing states like Florida, Iowa, Michigan, and Pennsylvania."
12/08/2032m 36s

Hit Piece on David Horowitz #4865

n the August 1st piece on Politico by Jean Guerrero entitled "The Man Who Made Stephen Miller," they claim that almost 20 years ago I cultivated an angry high-school student named Stephen Miller and that now his ideas are coming to life in the Trump administration. I never claimed to have "made" Stephen Miller. He was a brilliant young man when I met him. Stephen and I are what a reasonable person would call "classical liberals" - we both have written thousands if not hundreds of thousands of words to make clear our positions. But the author of this article is determined to smear us both as racists. This is the fascist mentality of the left. If you disagree with someone, they must be racists. Being against illegal immigration and being for merit immigration, as we both are, is not "anti-immigrant" as this article maliciously claims. To call Stephen or me "hatemongers" and to insinuate that we are racists is just to pull a page out of the slimiest smear site in the country, but it's par for the course for leftists. Identity politics is racism. The Democrat Party trades in racist attacks on a daily basis. I have written three books on race - all of them organized around Martin Luther King's vision of a world in which people are judged on their character, not on their skin color. Of course, being a leftist and supporting a Democrat Party Guerrero wouldn't understand that. Shame on Politico for reprinting this.
12/08/2013m 22s

Can Trump Just Give Us Money? John Rubino  #4864

Can Trump Just Order the Treasury to Give Us Money? John Rubino   Can Trump just give us money via executive order? Seattle pro-cop rally, Portland police union office fire, Chicago bridges raised: misdirection by 1% (see next entry) Meanwhile: Fed is preparing to officially shoot for higher than 2% inflation One-fifth of all mail-in ballots disqualified in NYC primary – chaos coming in November. US Postal Service meltdown -2.2 billion in the last few months. Major service cut backs just in time for elections.  Was THAT the gold/silver correction?? Miners reporting killer Q2 numbers Robinhood stops reporting trading data Social media imposing modern-day Hays Code on political speech
11/08/2028m 35s

Beware of Gold & Silver Pullbacks Coming Soon - Bob Hoye #4863

Cyclical credit contraction. Stock market is vulernable to a downturn that no one sees coming. Going into the fall you can have a much more severe correction, especially the NY Market. Don’t use the Wuhan Flu to make any investing decisions, both long or short. The liquidity events could be very severe and substantial. Where we’re getting huge excesses in Silver, we’re getting very high excesses in the US Dollar’s decline. We’re in a very lengthy expansion and bull market in metals which will raise prices of majors, medium sized companies and explorers. When a discovery is made, you’re rapidly building an asset. But be prepared for the inevitable pullback, so take so money off the table and get ready for the next upside move.
10/08/2029m 8s

GR Silver Mining Continues to Discover High-Grade Silver #4862

When it comes to junior miners, nothing succeeds like success. While Marcio Fonseca was an executive at SilverCrest Mines, spin-off company SilverCrest Metals saw a 130-fold share price rise. Mining is in Marcio’s blood and he’s looking for an encore performance. In 2018 he founded and took public GR Silver Mining (sponsor). By this time in 2021 he’s hoping to double or even triple GR’s reserves (from 40 million to as high as 120 million silver ounces). That’s quite an accomplishment in any market, but with silver recently vaulting through the key $25 per ounce mark, and well on its way to $30 and perhaps even higher, this could result in a veritable windfall for shareholders and management alike(Marcio and management have major skin in the game owning over 10%). The market seems to be catching on to Marcio as GR’s share price has recently hit new highs.   Experience matters and Marcio has over 20 years of it in finance and all other phases of mining. His team is seasoned and well connected. Currently, First Majestic Silver is its largest shareholder. The Sprott Group also has expressed great confidence in the form of a large GR position as well. With all this going for it, GR Silver Mining has amazing future potential for outsized gains and major shareholder enrichment.  Ticker: TSXV: GRSL     OTC:GRSLF     FRA:GPE Learn more about GR Silver Mining: Latest GR Silver Mining presentation:
08/08/2016m 26s

The Dystopian Vehicle of the Future - Aaron Clarey #4861

When the lead starts flying, you want a vehicle that can take a licking and keep on ticking, and that means the Tesla Pickup Truck. With bullet-proof glass, a solid stainless steel body, this baby will soon be battle tested on the streets of Portland and Seattle. Bad guys better watch out, because this truck isn't stopping for anyone or anything. We also discussed the fact that tomorrow's wealth will be measured in gold, silver, guns & ammo and charged batteries. When the grid goes down and gasoline is all but impossible to obtain, you'll be glad you stocked up on a warehouse of Tesla Battery Brick Walls. They will keep you in energy for years to come. And we both hate gender-switch movies. It's great to have female hero characters, we both had a major crush on Linda Carter/Wonder Woman. Just don't do it at the expense of male ego or diminishment.
07/08/2027m 49s

How I Learned To Stop Fearing Covid 1984 And Start Loving Socialism - Dr. John Huber #4860

At this point it is quite clear to all rational beings that Covid 19 isn't a serious threat to 95 plus percent of the population. Oh wait, the media has helped unleash a fear pandemic upon the populace. If you ask the average millennial what their chances of dying from Covid 19 were, their answer would be somewhere between 90 to 100 percent. Why is that? How can the American Public be so misinformed? Perhaps the dumbing down of America might have something to do with. Ya think?
07/08/2017m 9s

Pardongate: How Bill & Hillary Clinton and Their Brothers Profited from Pardons - Mark Hyman #4859

A shocking exposé of the Bill Clinton pardons and commutations issued after Hillary Clinton made it known she was running for the US Senate. Bill Clinton’s abrupt departure from long-standing precedent was an astonishing abuse of the Justice Department processes and underscored the shady wheeling and dealing that was common in the Clinton orbit. Bill, Hillary, and brothers Roger Clinton, Hugh Rodham, and Tony Rodham all profited financially or politically from hustling dozens of pardons to some of history’s most undeserving recipients. These ranged from worldwide pariah Marc Rich, to a cocaine trafficking kingpin, to murderous terrorists who hadn’t even requested executive clemency. A third of the final-day pardons bypassed Justice Department review and went straight to Bill for approval. Dozens of recipients hadn’t even filed a petition. In the final hours of Bill Clinton’s last day in office, the pardon attorney was frantically preparing paperwork for recipients whose names were misspelled or whose addresses were unknown. It was a free-for-all. The brothers were paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to privately lobby Bill for pardons, some of which never materialized. But the brothers were still paid. Hillary collected political and financial IOUs she later cashed in when she sought political office. For most of his presidency, Bill was one of the stingiest presidents of all time when it came to the awarding official forgiveness to felons, but the pardon floodgates opened when Hillary began her run for the US Senate. It was the selling of pardons for money and influence that launched the Clintons’ nearly two-decade pay-for-play scheme—a scheme that not only amassed billions of dollars for the Clinton Foundation and hundreds of millions of dollars for the Clintons, but also catapulted Hillary into a presidential front-runner. Pardongate reveals details of the Clinton machine that will leave even the most informed citizens appalled.
06/08/2020m 46s

Democrats Destroyed New York Once... They're Doing it Again - Daniel Greenfield #4858

"I promised then that we would restore City Hall Park to the beauty that it had in the 19th century, so that it could symbolize the regeneration, the rebirth, the reinvention of the city of New York," Giuliani said, calling it a "a final gift from the 20th century to New Yorkers of the 21st." Now, garbage and filth are spread out everywhere, along with posters of George Floyd and BLM graffiti. The gift has been rejected by the radicals and racists who have taken over New York and hate beauty. The sidewalks have been defaced, everything is covered in graffiti, and the sacred ground over which the grass lies is littered with tents, sleeping bags, and soiled with worse things by Occupy City Hall. The walls of the beautiful Surrogate's Courthouse's building, a Beaux Arts confection inspired by the Paris Opera, have been covered in hateful Black Lives Matter slogans, including "Kill Pigs," and if you stop by at the right time, you can see a dummy in a police uniform and a pig mask being hung.
05/08/2011m 17s

140 Million Ounces of Silver and Just Getting Started - Greg Crowe #4857

Right now Greg Crowe and SilverOne Resources (sponsor) are sitting pretty. Silver has rocketed back from its sub $12 March low, to a close last Friday of $24.47. The company's recently completed over-subscribed financing has left it with a large cash position (C$13-$14mm). It's starting the process of updating its 43-101 resource estimate and is moving past its Covid induced delay. However, it was able to keep working on its Arizona-based Silver Phoenix project, site of an amazing find, a 417 pound sample containing 70% silver. Its Cherokee project is also moving forward, with people getting ready to get back to work. With all this going on, it probably won't be long before SilverOne achieves its goal of becoming a premiere silver-focused exploration and development company.
05/08/2020m 10s

New Generation of Gold Bugs - John Rubino 8-3-20 #4856

Bitcoin created a new generation of goldbugs Making the case for bitcoin is also making the case for gold, so cryptos have created a whole new crop of potential goldbugs How is real estate still booming??? Even house flipping is hot. Totally unprecedented in a recession. Rental rates plummet in NYC  Negative interest rates impoverish pensioners Irish central bank now charging negative rate on pension funds   Pandemic corruption Covid vaccine companies will be exempt from liability for damage done. Kodak gets massive loan from the US UFOs false flag or biggest event in human history? The government is apparently ready to admit that UFOs are real and that we have pieces of spaceships. False flag? Distraction from something else? Good or bad for gold? Maxwell documents released Clinton is in there … what else? LAW AND ORDER BREAKS DOWN Shootings in NY and Chicago soar Seattle proposes to cut police funding in half Minneapolis residents are patrolling their own neighborhoods   Big protests in Germany against masks, lockdown Is Trump benefitting from the incoherence of big city mayors? Also, Australia's new lockdown. In the announcement "Wherever you slept last night, that's where you'll sleep for the next six weeks"
04/08/2034m 8s

Mickey Fulp's Monthly Major Market Review (July 2020)

Stock markets were up again: Dow up 2.4%, Nasdaq finished at at record 10745, up 6.8%, but TSX.V took the prize up a very strong 16.3%percent t0 721. VIX at a still above average at 24.46. Dollar was down hefty 4% and Euro gained 4.8%.  10 Year yield barely inched down to record .55. Bitcoin jumped 23.8% higher during the month. Gold was way up 11.3% to 1976. Silver rose a meteoric 34% to 24.39. Even PT was up 9.6%. PD ended up 5.8% for the month. Copper rose 5.8% to 2.89. WTI up 1.4%. Brent 3.6%. Natgas rose 5.3% to 1.80 per mm. Uranium was flat at 32.95 Ratios: Au/Ag 80.9 - Pt/Au .46 - Pt/Pd .45 - BRT/WTI 1.07 WT/HH 22.4 and AU/WTI 49.
04/08/2018m 14s

Ivan Bebek Speaks About Auryn Resources Transformative Acquisition of Eastmain Resources

In this interview, co-hosted by Kerry Lutz of the Financial Survival Network and Bill Powers of Mining Stock Education, Auryn Resources’ executive chairman Ivan Bebek explains the transformative merger with Eastmain Resources.  This merger was announced on July 29th and will result in a new company Fury Gold Mines.  Fury Gold Mines will seek to advance its several gold projects with initial emphasis given to Eastmain’s Eau Claire high-grade gold project.  The stated goal is to have Fury Gold develop into a Canada-focused, growth-oriented producer.  As part of this transaction, Auryn will spin-out its Peruvian assets into two separate companies. One company will hold the Sombrero copper projects while the other will hold the Curibaya silver and gold projects.  Regarding the three companies resulting from this transaction, Ivan shared: “we want to deliver $10-20 share prices per asset [company].” Ivan also introduced the incoming CEO of Fury Gold Mines, Michael Timmins, a seasoned executive who's built mines in a number of jurisdictions and spent 11 years with Agnico Eagle. It seems to be a match made in heaven and we're forward to more exciting developments from our soon to be former sponsor Auryn Resources.  Ticker: AUG Sign up for Auryn’s email list:
03/08/2031m 34s

The Greatest Depression Has Arrived - Gerald Celente #4855

In the January 28, 2020 edition of the Trends Journal, Gerald explains exactly what’s going on. It’s been a boon for CNN and MSNBC. The Media has hyped the pandemic to increase their failing ratings. CNN ratings are up 128% since they unleashed the pandemic. Where’s the DOJ? The list of criminals going unprosecuted is shocking. Gerald had a July 4th rally in Kingston, NY. He called out Cuomo to try and stop it. The presstitutes bow down to #KillerCuomo. It’s bigger than NY, bigger than the USA, it’s global. Italy shutdown first. It’s all over the world. Australia had 176 deaths and shut down again. We are in an economic collapse unequaled in history. What’s going to happen to all those businesses and malls that rely upon people coming into the cities. Tourism is dead around the globe. We are in an unimaginable collapse around. Current war, trade war, WWII. Greatest Depression, WWIII. There is hope on the horizon. Occupy Peace and Restore Freedom. A new third party. The platform is: 1. Anti-vax 2. Anti-tax, 3. Anti-mask. How can people be so stupid to follow Hitler and they’re doing the same thing now? It’s so easy to take people to war. Korea, Vietnam, Iraq 1, Afghanistan, Iraq 2. People need to start taking responsibility for their government and their country. We have to fight for it. We have freaks destroying us. Time to rise up. Gutless cowards are already beyond redemption. People who believe in the Constitution need to rise up. It only takes 10 percent as in the Revolutionary War. The violence that’s facing us is daunting. It's no wonder why gold and silver prices are rapidly increasing. The whole world is going down. That’s why war is becoming inevitable.
03/08/2028m 6s

Shocking State of Our Dis-Union - Matt Nye #4853

Matt Nye is worried. Like so many Americans, he witnessed the pandemic, the insane reaction to it and the resulting global economic collapse. Now we're witnessing the erasure of American history and have seen the far-out loony left disparage all of our great patriots and all of the people who make the country work. Is there a way back, will we wind up in a full-blown civil war? Matt answers these questions and more. He's also running for the Florida Legislature. If you're in Florida in his district, please support him.
31/07/2020m 42s

How To Play The Precious Metals Breakout - Lobo Tiggre a/k/a Louis James #4852

When it comes to finance Lobo Tiggre the rockstar formally known as Louis James has always been a forward thinker. He developed
30/07/2038m 50s

43 Years In Mining And Still Having Fun - Ross Beaty #4851

We sat down with mining legend Ross Beaty. After 15 winning companies, why is he still at it? The simple reason, because it's fun. All the financial success, company building, creating opportunities for others and returning billions in profits to investors is okay, but in the end it all boils down to personal satisfaction and just plain fun. Perhaps Ross's idea of fun is a little more sublime than teens playing video games, obviously the stakes are higher and the rewards greater. But we came away believing that in the end Ross has achieved a certain level of personal satisfaction and enjoyment that has kept him going to the office all these years. Ross says that Equinox Gold will be his last venture. He started with another Equinox so it's fitting end to an incredible career. Upon retirement, he will dedicate himself to giving away his vast fortune to various causes, centered on ecological improvement and planet sustainability. We wonder if it will be more fun giving it away than it was making it in the first place. Time will tell.
29/07/2035m 29s

$100 Silver On The Way - Chris Vermeulen #4850

According to Chris Gold will be in the 1967-2000 in the next week or so. Then a pause and pullback. Silver is leading the way. It will hit the $100 mark within a year. Silver will have the biggest financial gain. Next upside target is $44. Currently at a fibonacci number which is resistance.  Bitcoin sold off with the crash and has now recovered and ready for a breakout. Chart is pointing to $14000, with quite a way to go on the upside. Especially now that the dollar is sliding.  Stocks Bad news is good news for stocks. Chris thinks market is on its last leg. Everything right now is pointing to a decline. Less and less stocks are leading. The exect same set up as in February. When things are screaming this loud, you have to pay attention. Put call ratio in dangerous territory. Huge sidways move or a major bear market decline. If things get worse more stimulous and higher stocker. We’re at maximum risk.  Dollar will be under pressure for a while. If there’s market panic, the dollar will rally. The same should happen, which will top off metals and miners. This time around there’s way more stimulous.  Interest rates are low and locked in and no longer a free market. Not good the USD. Quite a bit of upside in bonds. There’s a limit to how much they can move under the circumstances.  Crude is looking good as a short play. It’s losing momentum. It’s on the verge of a drop, on economic weakness. $44 and then a reversal to the downside. Let’s see if jobless claims rising. We have to wait for the pattern set up.  Lot’s more in this extensive interview.
29/07/2021m 42s

$5000 Gold, $200 Silver, Will It Happen?  John Rubino #4859

Gold hits all time record. Silver hits $24+. Should you buy more or take profilts. Gold miner Everyone is giving up – Portland is a ghost town because riots are out of control and Seattle’s police are hamstrung (police chief wrote an open letter to businesses telling them that they're on their own). Pandemic rules are increasingly random and frequently ignored. It's like everyone just decided to accept the new normal Would a stock market crash derail the gold/silver bull market? Clean tech boom is huge for silver. In electric cars: “The majority of electrical connections in a car use silver-coated contacts—silver switches are used to start the engine, control electric seats, and open/close electric windows. Silver is also used in heated seats, window defoggers, and most luminescent displays.” Smithsonian report on “whiteness” concludes that clocks and logical thought are tools of white supremacy. Matt Taibbi’s latest article claims that the left has replaced the right as the home of authoritarian morons.  Gunshot, Parkinson’s deaths in Palm Beach attributed to covid-19  China’s Three Gorges Dam on the brink of failure.
28/07/2035m 7s

The Danger of Media Bias - Frank Vernuccio #4858

In a nation ruled by the people, the media and educators play a vital role. Voters need unbiased reporting. and the historic knowledge to place news into context. That reality makes the leftist bias of most news, academic, and entertainment outlets deeply troubling. It’s not just bias that is disturbing. Major stories that do not fit in with progressive views are frequently ignored.  Presidential candidate Joe Biden’s recent bizarre statement that blacks who vote Republican aren’t really black is a prime example. The media didn’t make much of the comment, despite the fact that both the historic and current record of the Democratic Party is hardly conducive to black interests. It’s hardly mentioned that it is the party that started a Civil War to protect slavery, then pursued segregation in the Reconstruction era. It is the party that idolized Margaret Sanger, who staunchly advocated abortion explicitly to reduce the number of black babies being born. Its “Great Society” economic policies, perhaps inadvertently, created economic conditions that delayed blacks from moving into the middle class. An educational system overwhelmingly dominated by Democrats refuses to teach those facts to students. The bias makes reasonable debate politically risky; conservative viewpoints are inevitably portrayed as cruel. Consider the new third rail of political discourse: Those who criticize any spending program produced in the name of COVID, no matter how pointless, ineffective, excessive, corrupt, or even wholly ridiculous, will be castigated as heartless. America urgently required quick, clean legislation that simply provided cash to those in dire need. But Democrats loaded Covid bills with items that benefited them politically. The media ignored the scandal, the same way they continue to ignore the inexcusable refusal of Nancy Pelosi to allow the House to return to work on a timely basis at a time of dire national need. Consider the debate over how to distribute COVID relief funds. For America to return to economic normalcy, businesses need to be able to reopen and hire back employees. Federal legislation provides $600 weekly benefits to those who are out of work, in addition to state unemployment funds. It’s a generous benefit. Some out of work recipients are now making more than they did when they were working.  But those benefits are unaffordable for the nation in the long run. Our grandchildren will be paying off that debt. Businesses that have been forced to close need to be able to reopen, rehire, and pay taxes. But attempts to funnel assistance to them is portrayed as tilting towards capitalists at the expense of workers—sheer nonsense. That logic doesn’t fit the progressive preconceptions of the media elites, so discussion of it is not widely covered. President Trump campaigned in 2016 against China’s growing monopoly on vital industries and its increasing hostility. He was prophetic, but the media ignores that. In January of 2020, he shut down travel to the U.S. from China. Democrats portrayed him as “racist and xenophobic.” In large, progressive-run cities, a failure to timely acknowledge the COVID threat led to disaster. New York became the worldwide epicenter of the disease, due to the refusal of the hard-left mayor and his clueless health commissioner to acknowledge the threat. On an almost a daily basis, the city’s mayor and his state’s governor absurdly blame the White House for the mistakes made by city hall and the governor’s mansion. The reality that Governor Cuomo’s deadly decision to place COVID patients in nursing home, causing vast numbers of needless deaths, receives little more than a shrug from the national media. As the 2020 presidential campaign moves forward, Democrats nonsensically seek to place blame on the White House for the spread of COVID. They ignore explicit evidence that China maliciously, negligently, or both is solely responsible. They take that position because to not do so would be to admit that they have been wrong all along, and that candidate and then President Trump made the right call. You will rarely see that analysis reported.
28/07/2017m 27s

Multi-Million Ounce Gold Potential At A Tremendous Discount- David Suda

CEO David Suda says Gold Terra is his opportunity of a lifetime. Starting out on the industry's financial side, David was surprised that weren't more high quality companies in the sector. He wanted more and in 2018 he found it, becoming the Company's CEO and director. Located in Canada's NWT, Gold Terra's Yellowknife project has outstanding infrastructure. Employees can enjoy breakfast at Tim Horton's, before setting off on the goal of expanding Gold Terra's 735,000 ounce resource. Drilling is set to resume very shortly (after a brief Covid enforced delay) and David's hopeful that a high grade deposit will soon be found. Gold Terra has had a recent string of good luck. It landed Detour Gold's Gerald Panneton as executive chairman; in the process he purchased 5 million shares. Panneton's record is impressive, having expanded Detour's resource from 1.5 million ounces to over 16 million, before selling it at an extremely attractive price. Gerald sees similar potential at Gold Terra. This month, the Company also raised C$7.13 million, so it's ready to drill 10,000 meters, with results expected to start coming in September. Best of all the Gold Terra's stock is trading at C$0.325, so clearly these developments have not been factored in. That's why we're pleased that Gold Terra is an FSN sponsor and see great things ahead.
27/07/2018m 41s

Stealth War: How China Took Over While America's Elite Slept - Gen Robert S. Spalding #4856

USA to Reject Certain Chinese Maritime Claims in South China Sea... Navy warship challenges China in South China Sea... U.S. warns citizens of heightened detention risks in China... NATIONAL SECURITY EXPERT: Brig. Gen. Robert S. Spalding (USAF Ret.), is a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, focusing on U.S.-China relations, economic and national security, and the Asia-Pacific military balance. He is the author of the book, Stealth War: How China Took Over While America's Elite Slept. The media often suggest that Russia poses the greatest threat to America's national security, but the real danger lies farther east. While those in power have been distracted and disorderly, China has waged a six-front war on America's economy, military, diplomacy, technology, education, and infrastructure--and they're winning. It's almost too late to undo the shocking, though nearly invisible, victories of the Chinese.  In Stealth War, retired Air Force Brigadier General Robert Spalding reveals China's motives and secret attacks on the West. Chronicling how our leaders have failed to protect us over recent decades, he provides shocking evidence of some of China's most brilliant ploys, including:   *  Placing Confucius Institutes in universities across the United States that serve to monitor and control Chinese students on campus and spread communist narratives to unsuspecting American students.   *  Offering enormous sums to American experts who create investment funds that funnel technology to China.   *  Signing a thirty-year agreement with the US that allows China to share peaceful nuclear technology, ensuring that they have access to American nuclear know-how. Spalding's concern isn't merely that America could lose its position on the world stage. More urgently, the Chinese Communist Party has a fundamental loathing of the legal protections America grants its people and seeks to create a world without those rights.  Despite all the damage done so far, Spalding shows how it's still possible for the U.S. and the rest of the free world to combat--and win--China's stealth war.
27/07/2017m 14s

Multi-Million Ounce Gold Potential At A Tremendous Discount - Did Suda

CEO David Suda says Gold Terra is his opportunity of a lifetime. Starting out on the industry's financial side, David was surprised that weren't more high quality companies in the sector. He wanted more and in 2018 he found it, becoming the Company's CEO and director. Located in Canada's NWT, Gold Terra's Yellowknife project has outstanding infrastructure. Employees can enjoy breakfast at Tim Horton's, before setting off on the goal of expanding Gold Terra's 735,000 ounce resource. Drilling is set to resume very shortly (after a brief Covid enforced delay) and David's hopeful that a high grade deposit will soon be found.  Gold Terra has had a recent string of good luck. It landed Detour Gold's Gerald Panneton as executive chairman; in the process he purchased 5 million shares. Panneton's record is impressive, having expanded Detour's resource from 1.5 million ounces to over 16 million, before selling it at an extremely attractive price. Gerald sees similar potential at Gold Terra. This month, the Company also raised C$7.13 million, so it's ready to drill 10,000 meters, with results expected to start coming in September.  Best of all the Gold Terra's stock is trading at C$0.325, so clearly these developments have not been factored in. That's why we're pleased that Gold Terra is an FSN sponsor and see great things ahead.
26/07/2016m 9s

Economy Improving, Just A Blip - Karl Gibbons #4855

Retail sales jumped 7.5% last month giving stores and restaurants a much needed boost. Although the increase came before the latest surge in coronavirus cases which prompted renewed shutdowns in several states.  "There is no doubt about it - this is a complicated and quickly evolving retail environment and only the most nimble will survive, says Retail Expert and president of Naples-based Business Management Firm 'Third Eye Management' Karl Gibbons.  Retail sales crashed in the spring as people stopped going out to eat and shop — especially for clothes — during the pandemic. But now things have changed for the better (see stats below). "This is a good sign, and as I see, it also is an opportunity to learn," says Gibbons. Clothing and accessories stores: +105.1% Electronics stores: +37.4% Furniture stores: +32.5% Sports, music and other hobby stores: +26.5% Restaurants and bars: +20% Department stores: +19.8% So what can we expert this month and next? And what will retail businesses large and small need to do to get the momentum going?
24/07/2026m 14s

Why Prescription Drugs Cost So Much - Dr. Salvatore J. Giorgianni, Jr. #4854

PHARMA RISKS ARE RISING... (1) During COVID, Watch Out for Counterfeit Drugs (2) US Must Decrease Dependency On Geopolitical Rivals For Critical Medical Supplies (3) US needs access to COVID medications not made by our enemies  (4) Need to maintain security in the supply chain for Critical Technologies WHAT IS THE INTERNATIONAL PRICING INDEX? Setting prices of critical technologies such as medications and diagnostic products to prices in other countries is flawed: (1) These are Completely different consumer price indexes (2) Medical product companies outside of US are frequently supported or owned by a foreign government (3) Quality and regulatory standards in many countries are not adequate or at US standards, Inferior products are not what American’s deserve (4) Price Indexing and Government pricing boards have been a disaster in many countries such as Germany hurting access, quality and reliability of supply chain (5) US has seen such impacts on some product areas such as antibiotics because of Third Party Payer policies. BIO: Spanning a 40+ year career as a practicing clinical pharmacist, he is an advocate for better health services and resources to enhance the health of boys and men. He has held faculty appointments at both Columbia University and Belmont University and has authored over seventy peer reviewed and general media articles in healthcare and health policy.
23/07/2016m 57s

Get On The Greed Gravey Train -  John Grace #4853

The reverse RobinHood effect is in full bloom. Goldman sees record trading profit and same with the other major banks. Liquidity and cheap money is what it all seems to be about. The big banks added $19 billion in bad debt write-offs. Take on as much debt as possible and hope the music doesn’t stop. There’s so much uncertainty and the system is coming apart at the seams. Where will the merry-go-round end? Duct tape economics is the rule of the day. John says let it die and let us be born again. The economy comes down to behavior of ordinary people interacting in the marketplace. It’s not going back to the way it was. 54% of Americans don’t have resources past 30 days.  The full force of the Fed helped rescue markets reeling from the outbreak and government stay-at-home orders, which had ground economies to a halt around the world. Policy makers’ emergency measures sent companies racing to tap funding sources, and the biggest quarterly stock gains in more than two decades fueled demand for trading services. The firm’s fixed-income trading revenue more than doubled to $4.24 billion, the highest in nine years, while the equity unit had its best showing in 11 years. The gains propelled revenue to the second-highest mark ever and net income to a slight surprise increase from a year earlier. Profit was $2.42 billion, or $6.26 a share, compared with analysts’ estimates for $3.95 per share. Shares of Goldman Sachs, down 3.5% this year, advanced 3.3% to $221.04 at 9:48 a.m. in New York. There’s lots more here.
23/07/2021m 58s

Is Tesla Buying A Lithium Mine? - Chris Berry #4852

Does Tesla really want to get into the Lithium mining business? On the one hand vertical integration, as in Standard Oil can be appealing. On the other hand, the mining business can be perilous with a whole host of challenges. Chris Berry, an early entrant to following energy metals, Lithium in particular. Chris believes that in the next 10 years, electric vehicles will have at least 15% market share and Lithium consumption will triple. China is currently ahead, but there's a lot more chapters to this story, before the final one is written.
22/07/2028m 57s

Follow The Covid Money Trail - Michael J. Daugherty #4851

Michael J. Daugherty, is the President of LabMD, an Atlanta-based clinical and anatomic medical laboratory as well as CEO of AnyLabTestNow in Virginia. LabMD specializes in analysis and diagnosis of blood, urine, and tissue specimens for cancers, micro-organisms and tumor markers. He has 20 years experience in diagnostic laboratory medicine. He is author of The Devil Inside the Beltway: The Shocking Expose of the US Government's Surveillance and Overreach Into Cybersecurity, Medicine and Small Business. U.S. health officials and drugmakers expect to start producing potential coronavirus vaccine doses by the end of the summer, a senior administration official said Monday. The U.S. is aiming to deliver 300 million doses of a vaccine for Covid-19 by early 2021. The manufacturing process is already underway even though they aren’t sure which vaccine, if any, will work, a senior Trump administration official told reporters on a conference call Monday. He said they are already buying equipment, securing the manufacturing sites and, in some cases, acquiring the raw materials. “Exactly when the vaccine materials will be in production and manufacturing? It’s probably four to six weeks away,” the official said on the call, which was hosted by the Department of Health and Human Services. “But we will be actively manufacturing by the end of the summer.”
22/07/2022m 44s

Open The Economy Now! Wayne Titus #4850

Wayne B. Titus is dedicated to guiding small business owners and keeps their best interests at heart. He’s been on the front lines providing triage and support for businesses affected by COVID-19, including how to create the meticulous documentation needed for PPP and how to prepare for the long-term impact of COVID 19. His new book is The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Financial Well-Being. To learn more, visit BIG IDEA: As parts of the economy re-open, we’re also seeing a surge in COVID-19 cases. Entrepreneurs who were able to weather the first wave of COVID-19 need to ensure they’re prepared. SO WHAT: A new International SOS Survey shows that a second wave of COVID-19 is seen as the leading threat to business continuity; yet 21% of the survey’s respondents still don’t have a pandemic plan or process in place.
21/07/2014m 3s

Double Dip Depression - John Rubino #4849

ECONOMY Cities are shutting back down. Group of 20 statement predicts big contraction in the balance of the year. Is this a double dip depression? Do stock prices depend on a return to normal? What happens if that is delayed or canceled?   PRECIOUS METALS Money is pouring into the gold/silver mining stocks Silver continues to outperform gold   BROKERAGE INDUSTRY 20,000 Robinhood traders are in for rude surprise as mall operator CBL goes bankrupt    Bigger issue for brokers: stock trades are now free – How are the big brokers making money and what happens if one of them fails?   EPSTEIN AND OTHER STUPID SHIT The son and husband of the judge in the New Jersey case shot execution style.   Florida man wrecks his motorcycle and state blames his death on Covic-19   GA governor is ordering cities not to mandate masks… political hypocrisy (Trump claimed to be in charge of state virus policy and the MSM went nuts. Now they’re lamenting the lack of a national policy)   Twitter bitcoin hack: Funny on several levels.
21/07/2026m 18s

Red November - Joel B. Pollak #4848

Joel B. Pollak is author of Red November-Will the Country Vote Red for Trump or Red for Socialism? He's Senior Editor at Large at Breitbart News and host of Breitbart News Sunday on SiriusXM Patriot.    A conservative journalist goes behind enemy lines to cover the 2020 Democratic primaries from the inside.   The 2020 Democratic primaries were some of the most extreme in the history of the United States. But the show isn't over yet. Socialism is still on the rise, and ideas that used to be considered crazy are now even more mainstream than they were before.    In Red November, conservative journalist Joel Pollak tells the story of how the Democratic party got so extreme, and give a riveting account of life on the campaign trail. There are stories from the Democratic debates, interviews with candidates, and scuffles between journalists.    Part travelogue, part satire, part memoir, Red November is a factual, yet humorous, look behind-the-scenes at the candidates, activists, and voters as Democrats choose who will take on the sacred task of removing Donald Trump -- "45," as he is known to his haters -- from the White House and ushering in a utopian age of "Medicare for All" and the "Green New Deal."
20/07/2026m 46s

When Will People Fight Back - Dr. Carole Lieberman #4847

Seven Reasons Why Americans Aren't Fighting Back And Turning A Blind Eye To Their Country’s Destruction   Board Certified Forensic Psychiatrist, Carole Lieberman, M.D., M.P.H., says, “Our forefathers are turning over in their graves, as they watch the America they dreamed of, fought for, and shed blood to create, turn from ‘America The Beautiful’ into ‘America The Desecrated and Demolished!’”   Dr. Carole warns, “There will be a greater rise in suicides due to people seeing their world destroyed than there was from coronavirus because people don’t want to live in this ’new normal’ of seemingly unstoppable violence.”    Seven Reasons Why Americans Aren't Fighting Back And Turning A Blind Eye To Their Country’s Destruction   1. Fear Many Americans are understandably: afraid of being injured or killed if they physically or verbally confront violent individuals or mobs who-up to now-have been unstoppable, and afraid of seeming racist or politically incorrect if they speak out, because they aren’t aware BLM has been infiltrated by several radical groups whose aim is to create anarchy.   2, Disempowerment When police are told to stand down-because of mayors and governors who think that not stopping anarchists will appease them and they’ll go quietly away-it emasculates and disempowers them. So, too, everyday citizens. After all, if anarchists can loot, destroy police cars and statues, and perpetrate violence - and the police run away with their tails between their legs. How can an everyday citizen feel strong enough to take on the mobs?   3. PTSD The traumatic experiences of 2020 have caused many of us to develop PTSD. After 9/11, studies showed that people who watched TV images of the Twin Towers falling - again and again - developed PTSD, even though they were nowhere near NYC, DC or Pennsylvania. Many Americans have been similarly glued to TV news about coronavirus statistics and patients on ventilators. So, they developed PTSD, even if they don’t know anyone who got COVID-19. Indeed, it has triggered PTSD in people who have had it from 9/11, or from serving our country in the military. We are in shock. How did Norman Rockwell’s apple pie America turn into a war zone?    4. Denial Some people have buried their heads in the sand, after finding all of this too overwhelming, and have simply run off to the Hamptons or had parties, pretending that they were in no danger at all and that America wasn’t being turned into rubbish.    5. Poor Education While we were sleeping, college professors - even at fine universities - have been brainwashing our kids - rewriting history and teaching them to believe that socialism and communism are better than democracy and capitalism. These post-9/11 generations, raised by parents who suffer from PTSD from the terror attack, absorbed their parents’ sense of helplessness and now want government to feed and diaper them. Their education apparently also lacked reading assignments of Orwell’s 1984 and Animal Farm, or anything written by Ayn Rand.    6. Disorientation Studies show that when people are disoriented, they walk in a daze in circles. The events of 2020 - which could never have been imagined, except in dystopian novels or movies, have disoriented us. The disrespect and destruction of historical symbols: statues, our flag and national anthem, have left us in no-man’s land. This was foreshadowed by Orwell’s dystopian novel, 1984, in which the protagonist, Winston Smith, rewrites history at the Ministry of Truth.    7. Self-Destructiveness The painful incessant drumbeat of coronavirus, lockdowns, the 24/7 message:  “We’re all gonna die!”, and increasingly divisive and aggressive politics, have made some of us self-destructive. Some have turned to alcohol or drugs, while others are unconsciously surrendering, allowing anarchists to do the deed for us. Some Americans are feeling like their death is imminent, so why fight it?   Three Ways To Restore Sanity and Save America   1. Call in the National Guard to support the police and put an immediate stop to the rioting, looting, statue toppling and home invasions.   2. Create more hotlines providing free or low-cost psychiatric treatment.    3. Air more TV and radio programs dedicated to helping people with their mental health problems - and fewer programs that have gratuitous violence. This doesn’t mean cancel Paw-Patrol because one of the character is a police dog.
20/07/2023m 5s

New York City Circling The Drain - Michael Fischer #4846

POLICE/HOMELESSNESS EXPERT: Community advocate and President of New York’s-Central Park South Civic Association, Michael Fischer, discusses the crisis-level homeless epidemic. The highest number since America’s Great Depression. Murder, burglary and grand larceny auto crimes have spiked in New York City this past month compared to the same period last year, while rape, robbery and grand larceny crimes have declined, according to New York Police Department statistics. There have been 38 murders over the last 28 days, twice as much as the same period last year, according to NYPD stats as of up to June 14. So far this year, there have been 159 murders, which is 25% higher than last year, the stats show. This year's murder count is on par with New York's murder total five years ago and is well below the elevated murder totals of the decades before that, NYPD data shows. Shooting incidents in 2020 are also up, with 394 happening to date, a 24% increase from the 317 shooting incidents at this point last year. "The uptick in violence, I haven't seen anything this bad in a long time," said a law enforcement official. "This is the worst I've seen it in six or seven years." New York City crime stats show spike in burglaries and murders so far this year The Flight to the Suburbs is Real Amid Black Lives Matter protests, cops explain what drove them to leave the force White Minneapolis residents won’t call cops on homeless camp in park
17/07/2019m 0s

FSN Community Member Lee Wilcox Speaks Out About Lock Downs #4845

As you may already know, our "Chicken Little", governor (Abbott of Texas) has locked us up again, with face masks on every corner. Although his mandate states, "In accordance with Governor Abbott’s new executive order (link to:, everyone entering facilities will be required to wear a face covering (over the nose and mouth) wherever it is not feasible to maintain six feet of social distancing from another individual not in the same household. But businesses are reacting in a much more aggressive manner and many will just plain require a mask or turn you away. Of course this is just a cover his ass statement because like all politicians, he seeks future re-election. Of course real lives don't matter just as I said "His Ass".
17/07/2021m 51s

The 21 Biggest Lies about Donald Trump (and you!) - Kurt Schlichter #4844

The 21 Biggest Lies about Donald Trump (and you!) - Kurt Schlichter  Kurt Schlichter loves military history, red meat and the Second Amendment. His favorite caliber is .45. We talked about the progressive left and how America is at a cross-roads, the correct way to handle Antifa and civil unrest and how silent majority will react to what’s going on. And finally a lengthy discussion of journalistic malfeasance in America today.  Kurt’s a trial lawyer, and a retired Army infantry colonel with a degree from the Army War College who writes twice a week as a Senior Columnist for His dystopian conservative action novels include "People's Republic," "Indian Country," "Wildfire" and "Collapse." His second non-fiction book "Militant Normals" came out in October 2018, and his latest "The 21 Biggest Lies About Donald Trump (And You)" came out in July 2020. Kurt was personally recruited by Andrew Breitbart in 2009 to write for Big Hollywood. Kurt is a senior columnist at Townhall where he writes three time a week. His brutal and hilarious Twitter feed has over 265,000 followers.   Kurt is often on the air as an on-screen commentator and as a guest on nationally syndicated radio programs discussing political, military and legal issues, including Fox News, Fox Business, HLN, CNN (Well, maybe not anymore), the Hugh Hewitt Show, the Dennis Miller Show, Geraldo, the Greg Garrison Show, the John Phillips Show, the Tony Katz Radio Spectacular, the Snark Factor, and the Larry O'Connor Show, among others.  As a stand-up comic for several years, he has gathered a large and devoted following in the world of social media for his amusing and often biting conservative commentary. Kurt is also a successful trial lawyer based in the Los Angeles area representing companies and individuals in matters ranging from routine business cases to confidential Hollywood and entertainment industry disputes and transactions. A member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which recognizes attorneys who have won verdicts in excess of $1 million, his litigation strategy and legal analysis articles regularly run in such legal publications such as the Los Angeles Daily Journal and California Lawyer.  Kurt is a 1994 graduate of Loyola Law School, where he was a law review editor. He majored in Communications and Political Science as an undergraduate at the University of California, San Diego, where he also edited the conservative student paper California Review while writing a regular column in the student humor paper the Koala. He also drank a lot of Coors.  Kurt rose to the rank of Army infantry colonel on active duty and in the California Army National Guard. He wears the silver "jump wings" of a qualified paratrooper and commanded the 1st Squadron, 18th Cavalry Regiment. A veteran of both the Persian Gulf War and Kosovo, as well as the Los Angeles riots, the Northridge earthquake and the 2007 San Diego fires mobilizations, he is a graduate of the Army's Combined Arms Staff Service School, the Command and General Staff College, and the United States Army War College, where he received a master of Strategic Studies degree.
16/07/2035m 35s

Never Say Never-Trump - Julie Kelly #4843

How the #NeverTrump Right Tried – and Failed – to Take Down the President In her explosive new book, DISLOYAL OPPOSITION: How the NeverTrump Right Tried - And Failed - To Take Down the President, author Julie Kelly takes on the NeverTrump movement in a damning exposé that reveals how these unhinged Beltway "conservatives" sold out rank-and-file Republicans and joined forces with the Democrats, the liberal media, and left-wing billionaires in a cynical effort to bring down the most conservative president since Reagan. NeverTrumpers are not conservative or even Republicans, writes Kelly. In fact, NeverTrumpers are merely the Democrat Party's useful idiots, advancing each and every one of the Left's false narratives - from Russia-gate to racial politics - in their ploy to remove the president from office and restore themselves from the sidelines to a position of power.    DISLOYAL OPPOSITION is a devastating warning about what is to come in the 2020 presidential election if the "traitorous" NeverTrump movement gets its way. "We are all Democrats now," one prominent NeverTrumper declared in February. Julie Kelly argues they should stay that way.  NeverTrump has become what they claimed to despise about Donald Trump: petty, vengeful, bombastic, reactionary, and abusive. As a result, it is imperative that those associated with NeverTrump never hold a place of influence in the GOP again.  Here are a few key points Julie Kelly writes about in DISLOYAL OPPOSITION: Led by Bill Kristol, the founder of the now-defunct Weekly Standard, a cabal of one-time Republican Party influencers known as NeverTrump overpopulate cable news and mainstream media in an attempt to create a false impression that rank-and-file Republicans oppose the president.  NeverTrump, acting as the Left's useful idiots, exploits every crisis, real and manufactured, as a rallying cry to remove the president from office. NeverTrump celebrated the coronavirus outbreak, defended China's role in the crisis, and advocated for devastating economic lockdowns in the hope that the fallout from this global calamity will preclude Trump's re-election. NeverTrump inflamed racial tensions in America by advancing the incredibly destructive false narrative that Trump and his supporters are "white nationalists" based on their views on illegal immigration.  NeverTrump pundits and outlets were the first peddlers of the concocted Trump-Russia election collusion hoax. When congressional Democrats followed up their failed collusion gambit with a preposterous impeachment case based on a phone call with the president of Ukraine, NeverTrump once again sided with Democrats to support Trump's ouster.  "One thing is certain," says Julie Kelly of the coronavirus crisis, "NeverTrump will weaponize every aspect of the chaos, including the number of dead, against Trump. Of all the low points of NeverTrump's crusade against the president, it will be the lowest."
16/07/2024m 46s

Plant Your Money Tree: A Guide To Growing Your Wealth - Michelle "Mish" Schneider #4842

A former special education teacher, Michele “Mish” Schneider was one of the first female floor traders on the New York Commodities Exchanges in the World Trade Center. Today she serves as Director of Trading Education at, a 20-year industry-leading financial publishing company. Mish runs a discretionary trading recommendation service called MMMAdvantage, for active investors. She is also a partner in Wizard IP, a financial software company and a managing member of MarketGauge Asset Management, LLC., an RIA. In 2017, MarketWatch owned by Dow Jones, named Mish one of the top 50 financial people to follow on twitter. In 2018, Mish was the winner of the Top Stock Pick of the year for RealVision. In 2020, Mish won the award for writing one of the best wealth books of all time. Mish appears on many media outlets to provide market analysis and commentary.
15/07/2034m 39s

Gold/Silver Lift-off and Is The Chinese Central Bank Buying Stocks? - John Rubino #4841

China total debt increased by $3 trillion in first half 2020, most ever by any country and twice what US did. Chinese equity market cap up $1 in the past two weeks. Connection? Is the Chinese Central Bank Buying Stocks? Goldman Sachs predicts 60% drop in S&P500 EPS in year ahead. Bannon says Wuhan scientists are defecting and talking about Chinese virus programs. Deblasio cancels all gatherings except BLM protests. NYPD retirement applications up 400%, city stops accepting them. Trump tells Minnesota to shove it, no disaster relief for your self-inflicted riots!
15/07/2039m 57s

The Truth Behind Covid-19 - Jon Miltimore #4840

Jon Miltimore, managing editor for the Foundation for Economic Education (, has done amazing work on explaining the numbers behind the Coronavirus disaster. Unfortunately the mainstream media hasn't bothered. They're tied to the narrative that things are getting worse and worse. And that doesn't appear to be the truth. In fact, while confirmed cases may have greatly increased, hospitalizations and deaths have declined greatly. The science of keeping track of the virus has devolved into a political contest. Hydroxychloroquine combined with zinc and azithromycin has been shown by the Henry Ford Health System in Michigan to reduce fatalities by over 70%. The media is telling you this and you should be wondering why.  Get a dose of commonsense analysis here.
14/07/2016m 9s

The Reporter Who Knows Where The Bodies Are Buried - Dylan Howard #4839

As a man with unprecedented access to the facts and a reporter who is one of the most feared journalists in Hollywood, investigative reporter Dylan Howard has cracked open scandals that have brought down the careers of Mel Gibson, Charlie Sheen, Hulk Hogan, Paula Dean, and numerous others.  We talked extensively about Ghislaine Maxwell, her late father Robert Maxwell and their connections with Epstein and various intelligence agencies. Will she suffer the same fate as Epstein or will she name names? Will the Deep State do what it does best and insure that the truth will never be disclosed?  We also talked about Michael Jackson and his many skeletons lurking in closets all over. An interesting interview.  Howard’s sense for news saw him rise to become the undisputed most powerful gossip editor in the world, publishing dozens of salacious tabloid magazines each week, including Us Weekly, The National Enquirer, Star, In Touch, Life & Style,, and more.
13/07/2029m 18s

Trump Will Be Re-elected In A Landslide - James Hirsen #4838

Chairman Newsom is selectively closing businesses but leaves his own business open. He’s banned singing in houses of worship. He said the people looting and rioting were expressing themselves and that’s okay, but heaven help a businessman trying to support his family by opening without government permission. A lot of people are in a state of disbelief. Criminals are allowed to run rampant and there’s no police to stop it. When will order be restored?
10/07/2027m 30s

Statistics Lie and Liars Use Statistics - Jim Welsh #4837

While the economy might look better while looking at the economic statistics. The employment report is better than expected. The number of people still receiving unemployment benefits, it’s over 31 million. A lot of companies laid off employees in March were laid off and are expecting to go back to work. And many of them will not be going back to work, perhaps as much as 40 percent. They’ll be transitioning from temporarily unemployed to permanently unemployed. This will probably lead to another market decline later in the year. Don’t be misled by rosy statistics.
10/07/2021m 2s

Has The Dollar Peaked - Eric Hadik #4836

It appears that the US Dollar has peaked. Metals prices will be going up, especially silver. We saw silver go to multi-year lows but Eric believed that after the second quarter of 2020, silver would become the leader and would advance rapidly. This trend will continue through at least the second quarter of 2021. Lots of parallels to 1980 (40 year cycle) and 2018. Eric called February the mother of all sell signals, as have other FSN guests. The market could see a bigger selling period between Q2 2021 and Q3 2022. Late July or early August we could see another rally in the market. Lots here about oil, interest rates and the economy.
09/07/2038m 45s

Is Self-Defense Allowed In St. Louis? John O'Connor #4835

John O'Connor served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Northern California representing the United States in both criminal and civil cases. He represented Mark Felt, the notorious Deep Throat of Watergate Fame.  He discusses Mark McCloskey, the armed homeowner who went viral on Sunday night after he and his wife defended their property from rioters, said during an interview on Monday that the rioters threatened him and his family and that his rifle was the only thing that saved him. McCloskey, who is a lawyer, noted in an interview with a local news station that the rioters broke down a gate to the community and illegally trespassed on their private property. “I went inside I got a rifle … because as soon as I said ‘this is private property,’ those words can enraged the crowd,” McCloskey said. “Horde, an absolute horde came through the smashed-down gates, coming right at the house. … And then I stood out there, the only thing we said is, ‘This is private property, go back, private property, leave now.’ At that point everybody got enraged, there were people wearing body armor.” “One person pulled out a loaded pistol magazine and he clicked them together and he said, ‘You’re next,'” McCloskey said. “We were threatened with our lives, threatened with the house being burned down, my office building being burned down, even our dog’s life being threatened. It was about as bad as you can get. You know, I really thought it was the storming of Bastille, that we would be dead and the house would be burned and there was nothing we could do about it. It was a huge and frightening crowd and they broke in the gate and they were coming at us.”   TALK TO DEEP THROAT'S LAWYER! Deep Throat’s lawyer discovers the Washington Post betrayed his client—while covering up the real truth about the Watergate scandal.   The conventional wisdom of Watergate is turned on its head by Postgate, revealing that the Post did not uncover Watergate as much as it covered it up. The Nixon Administration, itself involved in a coverup, was the victim of a journalistic smoke-screen that prevented mitigation of its criminal guilt. As a result of the paper’s successful misdirection, today’s strikingly deceptive partisan journalism can be laid at the doorstep of the Washington Post. After Deep Throat’s lawyer, author John O’Connor, discovered that the Post had betrayed his client while covering up the truth about Watergate, his indefatigable research resulted in Postgate, a profoundly shocking tale of journalistic deceit. In an era when numerous modern media outlets rail about the guilt of their political enemies for speaking untruths, Postgate proves that the media can often credibly be viewed as the party actually guilty of deception. Americans today mistrust the major media more than ever. Postgate will prove that this distrust is richly deserved.
09/07/2028m 29s

Did Congress Know About Covid 19 Before It Struck? Dr. Charlie Winn #4834

For decades, we were unprepared for a pandemic. Politicians on both sides of the aisle were briefed on it, again and again. We need people in policy roles that understand what the subject matter experts are saying, not career politicians with no real-life experience. Congress was even briefed on the potential for a pandemic like COVID back in June of 2019 and failed to act. Congress was too busy being stuck in gridlock to do anything about it. As Colorado's congressman, I will treat these warnings like I would with a patient. Remember, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Sustainable government requires that we don't overload the legislative process by bills that will not pass muster in a bicameral legislature that is controlled by different parties. Partisan solutions to our problems is worse than going nowhere fast- it’s driving the debate in reverse. We win against the next pandemic by putting subject matter experts into a position where they can form policy.
08/07/2012m 52s

Right On The Money, Right On The Metals - Craig Hemke #4833

In this interview Craig Hemke explains what is really happening on the Comex and how it has transitioned it's turned into a delivery market. Craig is looking forward to near record gold prices by the end of 2020 and $20 plus silver. The formula is quite simple, people are figuring out what's really happening with the economy, the Federal Reserve and QE to Infinity. We always knew it was coming and now it has. The situation can't last forever, but the alternative is to simply allow total collapse, and they're just not going to do it. The question is when will they start bailing out states and cities?
08/07/2041m 46s

Silver Rising Again - David Morgan #4832

Silver closing in on $18.50, key technical point. 5000 year high for the gold to silver ration. Now it’s back down to 95 and probably going lower. David is hoping for $20 silver. He’s not seeing confiscation as a possiblity. Perhaps at the ETF level. Perhaps the RobinHood Traders are jumping on the mining stock bandwagon, since they’ve been showing high momentum and big recent gains. At the latter stages of the rally, people will be buying anything with gold or silver in their name. Why hasn’t gold and silver gone higher and why haven’t the stocks gone higher. It’s very hard to analyze. Why did the metal not go higher when the mines were shut down? Is the absence of earnings enough to explain its under performance?
07/07/2029m 18s

The Fed's Next Chapter, Epstein Economics - John Rubino #4831

Gold traded at 1776 over the 4th of July weekend. Jewelry demand in Asia has collapsed but gold ETF demand in the West is more than offsetting the decline.   An Ohio city declares itself a "statue sanctuary city."   Onion article: Cities are protecting their statues by renaming them all "Karl Marx."   Chinese stocks are soaring as the government media tells people to buy, buy, buy!   Florida and Texas new cases surge. Is a second lockdown coming? And is that a reason to short stocks or to buy them?    Upcoming contest, "On what date will Ghislaine Maxwell get suicided in jail?"
07/07/2023m 14s

The Greatest Disaster In History Is Coming And They Don't Want You To Know - Kerry Lutz #4830

Massive flooding is currently taking place in China. The once vaunted Three Gorges Dam may not survive the rainy season, at least according to an increasing number of Chinese experts. And yet, you have seen nothing about it on the mainstream media. Why? Should it happen, this will be the greatest disaster in recorded history. The Yangtze River runs through cities in which 400-600 million people live. 66 nuclear power plants are in the path of massive floods that will only increase and could turn into giant tidal waves should the dam collapses. Three Gorges was built by Li Peng, the so-called butcher of Tiananmen Square. It used substandard steel and concrete, improper welding and poor design. In 1992 when construction started, Chinese technical and engineering prowess were in their beginning stages. Now they know better, but it's too late. The dam's workers have been described as frightened to death every day they work there. Why haven't you been told? Why are they hiding this? You be the judge!
06/07/2026m 19s

It's A Big Sh-t Sandwich And We All Have To Take Bite - Darryl Schoon #4829

It's no secret that we're going through an extraordinary economic collapse. Compounding all the previous financial problems, we have a shutdown that threatens to plunge the world into a massive depression. Is there a way out? Is there reason for hope. Darryl Schoon explains how we got where we are today and why there's reason for hope.
03/07/2038m 26s

Beware Of An August Market Decline - Henry Weingarten 7-2-20 #4827

Henry Weingarten of the Astrologers Fund joined us today. He says this is a very important time for the stock markets. He's fully prepared for an August pullback of at least 8-10 percent or even higher. There are 4 sectors of the market that he's looking at for increased returns and safety. They are Entertainment, Precious Metals (including Bullion and Mining Stocks), Safety and Security and Some Tech (although not necessarily the Fang Stocks). The reasons to be concerned about August include, Biden's VP pick, late reporting bad earnings, Wall Street's "A" Team is on vacation and the "B or C" Team is filling in. Henry also believes we're going to advances in gold and silver prices with gold perhaps heading into record levels. It's going to be an interesting summer.
03/07/2024m 0s

Mickey Fulp's Monthly Major Market Review (June 2020)

Stock markets continue to recover, from their March losses: Dow up 1.7% to TSX.V up 12 percent. VIX at a still high 30.4. Dollar was down 1% and Euro gained 1.3%.  10 Year yield barely up at .66. Bitcoin was down 3.5%. Gold was up 2.5% to 1772. Silver up 2% to 18.20. PT down .4%. PD up .4% for the month. Copper gapped up 13% to 2.73. WTI up 12%. Brent 18%. Natgas down again 7.6% to 1.71 per mm. Uranium slumped nearly 8% to 31.40. Ratios: Au/Ag 97.4 - Pt/Au .46 - Pt/Pd .44 - BRT/WTI 1.05 WT/HH 23.2 and AU/WTI 44.6.
02/07/2017m 41s

Not All Millennials Are On A Woke Rampage - Jonathan Jakubowski #4827

Jonathan's new book Bellwether Blues: A Conservative Awakening of the Millennial Soul is a must read. Americans live in an era of increasing political turmoil where tensions are heightened and conflict is the new normal. Having grown up in this environment, millennials know nothing different. Their experiences have driven them toward disillusionment and frustration with the political norm. In sum, they have caught a case of the Bellwether Blues. The resulting skepticism has brought out the worst in those who engage in political dialogue, only adding fuel to the fire. In an era where the political world is ablaze with hatred, Bellwether Blues offers a highly effective antidote. Rather than allowing the ends to justify the means, Jonathan Jakubowski encourages conservatives to rethink their approach to reaching the millennial generation. Fight or flight might be the natural response to conflict, but there is a third option for conservatives if they choose: Make friends. This counterintuitive approach is gleaned through the stories of seven millennials in Wood County, Ohio who changed their voting preferences from liberal to conservative.
02/07/2022m 8s

May Pending Home Sales Spike 44% - Debbie Bloyd #4826

Pending home sales spiked a stunning 44.3% in May compared with April, according to the National Association of Realtors.  That is the largest one-month jump in the history of the survey, which dates back to 2001. It beat expectations of a 15% gain. Sales were still 5.1% lower compared with May 2019, however. Pending sales measure signed contracts on existing homes, so it shows that buyers were out shopping during the month of May. Sales had fallen 22% for the month in April, as the economy shut down to slow the spread of the coronavirus.  “This has been a spectacular recovery for contract signings, and goes to show the resiliency of American consumers and their evergreen desire for homeownership,” said Lawrence Yun, NAR’s chief economist. “This bounce back also speaks to how the housing sector could lead the way for a broader economic recovery.” The market, however, still needs more supply, Yun noted. “Still, more home construction is needed to counter the persistent underproduction of homes over the past decade.” The supply of existing homes for sale at the end of May was nearly 19% lower annually, according to the NAR. Single-family housing starts in May were not as strong as expected, although building permits, a measure of future construction, did gain some steam. The supply of homes is still extremely low, but is improving in some markets. Active listings were up by more than 10% for the month in San Francisco, California, Denver and Colorado Springs, as well as Honolulu. Buyers came back to the market despite restrictions on open houses in many states. Real estate agents are offering virtual tours as well as individual tours of empty homes, where buyers can open a lock box and tour the homes themselves. Some buyers are signing contracts on homes they’ve never even entered physically.  Rock-bottom mortgage rates are also helping buyers in a market that remains pricey due to high demand. The average rate on the 30-year fixed mortgage started May around 3.20%, according to Mortgage News Daily. By the start of June it was falling below 3%. Sales of newly built homes, which are also measured by signed contracts, jumped nearly 17% in May, compared with April, and were 13% higher than May 2019, according to the U.S. Census. Builders have been seeing strong demand from buyers looking to leave densely populated urban areas. They are also benefiting from the shortage of existing homes for sale. While the recovery was swift in May, the future is not exactly set, especially given the latest spikes in cases of Covid-19. “Emerging virus hot spots in the South and West could derail the improving trend,” said Danielle Hale, chief economist for “For now, demand remains resilient, but we’re watching the new listings trend as it’s a good indicator of what’s ahead for home sales.”   Regionally, pending home sales in the Northeast rose 44.4% for the month but were down 33.2% from a year ago. In the Midwest, sales rose 37.2% monthly and were down 1.4%annually. Pending home sales in the South increased 43.3% month-to-month and were up 1.9% from May 2019. In the West sales jumped 56.2% monthly and were 2.5% lower annually.
01/07/2016m 48s

Visas Suspended Is It A Good Move? Steve Maggi #4825

President Trump signed an executive order Monday suspending several popular working visas until the end of the year. The new restrictions will apply to a host of employment-based visas. This is just another blow to immigrants - not to mention the legal apparatus, private and otherwise, which depends on these visas to retain and generate business," says Immigration Attorney and Founder of Immigration Law Firm 'SMA Law' in Long Island City .  The ban on new visas applies to H-1B visas, which are used by major American technology companies, and their immediate families, H-2B visas for non-agricultural seasonal workers, J-1 visas for exchange students and L-1 visas for managers of multinational corporations. Is it more political than for purposes of sound economic policy? This policy will stop businesses from opening US divisions because their managers can't get Visas. In addition, H1B visa applicants are being paid a prevailing wage, so there's no worker importation to save costs on American workers. Let's see where this goes after the election.
01/07/2022m 18s

Time to Roger Up - Brent Magnusson #4824

Jim Rohn says, “Formal education will make you a living, self-education will make you fortune.” How can you learn to "Roger Up?" Not an easy proposition these days. With the pandemic, economic collapse of small businesses, job losses, political division, and racial tension going on, it can be a bit frightening if you are concerned about your safety and financial future. So, how can we rise up from the ashes and be productive and excited about life again? In these uncertain times, we as human beings have the ability to break from the current inertia and steer our ships in a different direction not only for our sanity, but for the sake of our livelihoods and for our families. Now, more than ever, it is imperative to pivot and get creative in order to prevent your ship from sinking.  ROGER UP is an enthralling action plan for living life to the fullest and rising up stronger and better from adversity. It's a sharp, smart blueprint that gives you an action guide to follow along with the mindset that you must obtain to be able to rise up out of the ashes and succeed. In this book Brent teaches you to: develop a Samurai mindset through a simple and bulletproof morning routine; develop unbreakable confidence through Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu; achieve fitness goals with a healthy eating lifestyle and not just another fad diet; speak a new language in 21 days; develop the same deadly skills as Jason Bourne; set and crush personal goals effectively; and  live life on your terms.     The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has turned the whole world upside down. In these difficult times, it may be hard to keep your spirits up - but not impossible; it all depends on what we watch read or listen to. It is important to use this time for personal growth and transformation that will help us to move ahead in life once everything gets back to "normal."  ROGER UP is an action-packed book that will show you how to push your mind and body capabilities to the maximum, in a realistic way. Brent's passion for life, and "been there done that' attitude shines throughout the book, giving readers a practical insight into the simple fundamentals of life that are often overlooked. This book is uplifting, relatable, therapeutic, and everything you need to succeed amid the crisis.    "Brent delivers a battle-ready blueprint for thriving in the face of adversity and backs that up with a proven plan to get into real action. This book is a must-read, and I promise it will change the game for you... but you must step up as well." -- Peter Voogd, international best-selling author of "6 Months to 6 Figures" and founder of The Game Changers Academy ABOUT AUTHOR: Brent Magnussen is an American author, professional speaker, and a former U.S Army Engineer. He is an adventure seeker, an avid practitioner of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, an accomplished cook, a voracious reader, and a Freemason.
30/06/2017m 13s

Which Will Collapse First, The Three Gorges Dam or The Stock Market? John Rubino #4823

On Monday 6-29-20 mining stocks are taking a major leap forward. We discussed Auryn Resources (full disclosure sponsor and we own the stock). Seems like junior miners are having their day in the sun. Rick Rule says a correction is coming. So what to do, sell and then wait and buy back after the decline, or take your investment off the table and reinvest? John and I do our best to confuse the issue. Then we discussed the possible collapse of the Three Gorges Dam and the Stock Market. If the dam gives way we could witness the largest natural/manmade disaster in history with millions dying and 40 percent of China’s economy would die on the vine. The dam produces more electricity than any other power plant in the world. It could leave 30 percent of the country in the dark.  Finally John discusses the left’s hypocrisy over Covid 19. It’s okay to riot but not to have a political or to demonstrate against the lockdown. Sounds like a double standard to us.
30/06/2029m 54s

Massive Precious Metals Shortage Coming In The Fall - Andy Schectman #4822

Andy Schectman, proprietor of Miles Franklin, one of the nation's largest bullion dealers joined us. He experienced a massive surge in business during February and March. This resulted in huge premiums of $10 per ounce for silver and nearly $100 per ounce for gold. And Andy assures us that we ain't seen nothing yet. With social unrest reaching new heights and massive stimulus racking the value of the dollar, he's expecting a surge of new demand after the summer holiday. This will lead to record prices and extreme shortages. The time to buy is now. Just send Andy an email to and he will match any bullion price you get from anyone out there. And remember Miles Franklin is licensed and regulated by the State of Minnesota, the only such company in the nation. Get ready for tough times and don't forget to stock up on food, guns and ammo. Good luck!
29/06/2023m 33s

The Great American Mask Hoax - Dr. Ted Noel #4821

Dr. Ted Noel joined us today. He's written an article about wearing masks and Covid. Masks have become an article of faith rather than science. The real question is, do properly used surgical masks reduce disease spread in the general public?  To say there are almost no data would not be overstating the case.  When households with sick kids were examined, even rigorous mask-wearing provided no statistically significant improvement in adult infections. Let's put that in plain English.  Even if you did everything to protect yourself with surgical masks, even keeping it on when your kid wants to see your face, it might reduce your chance of getting sick, but we can't prove it.  And that's in a well designed study intended to get a meaningful result.  "[H]ousehold use of face masks is associated with low adherence and is ineffective for controlling seasonal respiratory disease" (emphasis added). What about homemade cloth masks?  In a study using influenza, masks made from cotton T-shirts "should only be considered as a last resort to prevent droplet transmission from infected individuals."  They were only one third as effective when worn by the sick person as a surgical mask.  If you're sick, they're better than nothing, but that's not much.  The CDC says, "Cloth face coverings may slow the spread of the virus and help people who may have the virus and do not know it from transmitting it to others."  Translation: It mighthelp, but we don't have any data to back that up.
29/06/2024m 34s

Financial House Of Cards Coming Down - Rob Kirby #4820

What’s going in the country is emblematic of what’s going on in our financial world. What’s being told to us doesn’t comport with what’s going on in the world. Rob believes there’s a shortage of gold and silver and yet the prices don’t move. But when you try to purchase PPE (personal protective equipment). The price of disposable gowns has gone up from 50 cents to $50. And that’s just one example. Rob believes that other shortages will become obvious shortly and believes there’s not much that can be done about. Buckle your seatbelt and get ready for the ride of your life.
26/06/2028m 55s

Global Insolvency, Worldwide Insanity - George Gammon #4819

There's an old saying that when you've dug yourself a hole, stop digging. George explains why we'll probably get more inflation and why the dollar could go down on the DXY index. George also explained the GTA (General Treasury Account) and why there's $1.6 trillion dollars sitting there. Eventually, we're going to a US crypto dollar. Right now we're seeing the supply chain decreasing and the supply chain is supplying less goods and that's a recipe for higher consumer prices. There's lots more great stuff here.
25/06/2024m 55s

Ennobling Insurgents and Demonizing Those Who Try to Stop Them - Karen Kataline #4818

President Trump tweeted an attack on hoards of people who took over six blocks of downtown Seattle by force. (Isn’t that cultural appropriation?) He called them anarchists and terrorists. What a racist! If only he’d be a uniter instead of a divider. The Seattle Times was appalled and reported that President Trump had accelerated his threats against Seattle. The article painted insurgents with AR-15’s (aren’t they supposed to hate those things?) as victims and Donald Trump, of course, as the perpetrator. With such twists of the truth and propaganda, the Times is helping these criminals get more donations of food and city services from the same people and institutions those criminals rabidly hate. Doesn’t that make the Times, Seattle’s Leftist Mayor and its embarrassing Governor accessories after the fact?
25/06/2019m 12s

In A Beat Down Economy, Invest In Main Street - Michael H. Shuman #4817

The big idea: Americans agree on very little these days. But as local economies flatline and unemployment figures rival those of the Great Depression, red-state conservatives and blue-state progressives can agree on one critical point: Wall Street can no longer be trusted. According to the Federal Reserve, Americans have $56.5 trillion locked away in Wall Street’s stocks, bonds, pension funds, and more. Yet Main Street—not Wall Street—is what powers 60 to 80 percent of the U.S. economy. These local businesses generate two to four times more jobs than Wall Street’s lauded corporate behemoths. They spend more of their money locally, pay local taxes, hire local people, and create far-reaching social returns for your community.   In a well-functioning investment marketplace, 60 to 80 percent of your money should be supporting 60 to 80 percent of the economy. Today, almost none is.   The key message: “We’ve been conditioned to funnel our retirement savings into the stocks and bonds of Fortune 500 companies, all but ignoring local businesses that are highly competitive and profitable,” explains economist and local-economy advocate Michael H. Shuman. His solution? Help Americans shift that $56.5 trillion into local businesses, projects, and people. In his timely new book, Put Your Money Where Your Life Is: How to Invest Locally Using Self-Directed IRAs and Solo 401(k)s (Berrett-Koehler Publishers; June 2, 2020), Shuman shares: How two well-established, do-it-yourself investment tools—self-directed IRAs and solo 401(k)s—can keep your money close to home while meeting (or beating) Wall Street’s returns 3 myths about local investing that even skilled financial advisors get wrong Surprising, self-investment strategies that generate higher returns than typical retirement plans: from paying off credit cards to investing in a home 8 smart steps that help anyone find promising, local investments, even as the pandemic rages on Simple, low-cost initiatives local governments can take to mobilize local investors for post-COVID reconstruction.
24/06/2023m 24s

Was The Pandemic "Cure" Worse Than The Disease? Sally Pipes #4816

Clearly the lockdown was far worse than the risk of the rapidly spreading Coronavirus. 10's of thousands of people were denied medical treatment for elective procedures, including heart ailments, cancer and other life threatening conditions. And of course there's the psychological damage that from confinement. And of course there's no scientific evidence that it's better to social distance from 6 feet, rather than 4.5 or 3. And the conflicting signals sent out regarding masks, steroids, hydroxychloroquine and almost everything else. Clearly something is amiss.
24/06/2023m 13s

The Gold Play Is On! John Rubino #4815

Does unlimited money mean ever rising stock prices and all asset classes? Just look at Tesla, hovering around $1000 per share. It may be working, but it also assures ever rising gold and silver prices and we're just getting started. Many of our company's sponsors have seen major gains in their stocks and there may very well be on the way. The economy is a mess and may never recover. A Covid second wave could be on the way. The election is devolving into utter chaos and madness. So where else do people turn to protect their wealth and families?  We also discuss the toppling of statues and the cancel culture. Those who erase history won't even realize that they haven't learned from it. They even tearing down statues of Ulysses S. Grant and Teddy Roosevelt.
23/06/2033m 0s

The Plan: To Remove Donald Trump from the Presidency - Dr. Jerome Corsi #4814

The Target Coup d’État Completion Date End-July 2020 The Methods: Precision Planning to Execute a Military Coup Implemented in Sequence per the Following Steps: Key Events:   COVID-19   Leftist Violent Demonstrations   Military Insubordination over Insurrection Act   Systematic Weakening of U.S. Economy   COVID-20   Death of U.S. Economy   China Goes to War Against USA The Goal:  Removal of President Trump By Either Resignation Or Implementation Section IV of 25th Amendment
23/06/2027m 35s

Val Hughes is Back! #4813

Val Hughes and his partner in crime and podcasting Mo Mentum have returned to podcasting. Val says that for the past several years there really was no need for the The Value Guys! Stock Talk Show. Everyone was making money in passive investing. But he believes that those days are over now. So he's come back with a vengeance. Make sure you pay close attention to the disclosures, especially the part about "that they've been drinking!" Click here to go to there podcast page on Apple.
22/06/2033m 19s

Progressivism And The Mainstream Media Are Dying - Dr. Steve Turley #4812

Our good friend Dr. Steve Turley returns. He believes that the progressive left and the mainstream media are near death. After the riots and the Covid lockdown, they've again been shown for the frauds they are. It's okay to protest and riot, but it's not okay for business owners to demonstrate about unfair closures. According to the leftist marxist media, you can't get Covid protesting. Makes total sense to us. So get ready for a new conservative nationalist wave as it sweeps the globe.
22/06/2024m 50s

Scandemic, Pandemic, Fraud - Dr. Steven Hotze #4811

WHO official walks back statement that asymptomatic transmission is 'very rare' POINTLESS CHARADE? The Social Distancing Double Standard is Real and Absurd Always beware of people from the government who want to help you. Dr. Steven F. Hotze, M.D. is a best-selling author of Hormones, Health and Happiness. He discusses the pandemic and the overblown world reaction to it. As an example, he points out the a World Health Organization [WHO] official on Tuesday attempted to clarify a previous statement about coronavirus transmission by asymptomatic individuals being “very rare.” Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove, WHO infectious disease epidemiologist, said there had been "misunderstandings" about her comments made on Monday. Yes, evidently she told the truth and undermined the entire reason for the lockdown. In a Facebook Live video, Van Kerkhove said asymptomatic people can in fact spread the virus, though the degree to which they can is unknown. "We do know that some people who are asymptomatic or some people who don't have symptoms can transmit the virus on," she said. "What we need to better understand is how many people in the population don't have symptoms and, separately, how many of those individuals go on to transmit to others." She said she was referring to two or three studies when she made her statement on Monday. So was she lying when she said it or when she took it back.  LONE STAR LIBERTY DOCTOR READY TO RESPOND!
19/06/2022m 0s

A Planned, Organized and Orchestrated Event - New York To Become Rome - Martin Armstrong #4810

The virus is being used to shutdown the world economy for the climate change group. They’re cooperating with socialists as well. They’ve all gotten together to change the world economy. When it’s done the socialists will turn against the billionaires, Gates, Soros, Steyer, etc. Europe is done and falling apart. The two proposals will be eliminating all paper money, they’ll be forced to spend it and bring it back to the banks. Bond markets in Japan and Europe have been destroyed. They do invountary conversions of perpetual bonds, you’ll get an interest payment but you’ll never be able to redeem. Never get involved with government paper. They set the rules and there’s no way to fight it.  The Socialists are being led by Thomas Picketty in France. A convergence of climate change people and socialists who are deliberately destroying the global economy. The end of western civilization. The financial world capital will move from the US to China. There’s no reversing the trend. That’s why they’re so intent on getting rid of Trump.  The Dems are trying to convert to a fully digital dollar to force everyone into depositing all funds into banks.  By all accounts they’re trying to stifle gold and silver and cryptos. Metals won’t be usable. Equities could be the safest place to put funds. Real estate might pick up after. Socialism is collapsing.  A paradigm shift towards the stock market is occurring. Have to look at the indexes differently. Nasdaq is becoming the blue chips. Old brick and mortar are failing so the Dow is on the downside. That’s why the Nasdaq is leading. We’re moving away from the old world order. Last Christmas online sales beat mall sales.  This is not a racial issue and it’s not a new issue. Police immunity is wrong. 40 million people are unemployed and are losing it. It’s called a race riot but it’s really a rebellion against the shutdown. Everytime you have an economic decline and unemployment rises, you’ll always get civil unrest.  Over 300 million people have lost their jobs around the world. Statue removal is about anger towards the decline. They’re going to try for another lockdown to influence the election. Martin believes they’re seriously underestimating the American people. They better not try this again! Dow could still make a new low after a retest. Then we’ll see a slingshot higher in 2022. We’re seeing charts never seen before. We saw the Dow take out the 2019 high and 2019 low this year. A collapse in confidence in the government. Smart money is going to equities to be liquid and movable. Gold will be for individuals. Europe may confiscate gold this time around. We’re going to see stock markets go higher and higher in the decades ahead.  Mass exodus out of cities is happening now. So many people are moving out of draconian Blue States. New York City, Philadelphia, Chicago, etc., are all dying. Tax burdens are going up and this will feed the outflow. New York City will be the new Rome. RV sales are way up for this reason. The urban cycle has peaked and declined.  Inflation shouldn’t be upsurging soon. The world is having a major dollar shortage, over 100 countries have applied for relief from the IMF. The Fed can’t hold up the entire world. The demand is so great for dollars that we’re not seeing inflation here.  To Gen Z, look toward tech. They’re not going to have the freedoms that we’ve come to take for granted. Look how easily it happened with the lockdown. And they’re just getting started.
19/06/2041m 49s

The Market’s Robinhood Effect - Danielle Park 6-18-20 #4809

Danielle comments on the Stock Market. Fed is buying corporate bonds. Nothing new, every time there’s a decline they promise new action and it magically goes up. So much corruption. Robinhood is selling trading data to algo traders who then front run them. Hedge funds are the most invested since the crash. At the same time money market fund assets are at an all time high. People have a lot less income to spend. In Canada there’s 20 percent less household income. People are spending less and saving more. It's just a matter of time before the reality catches up to the stock market.
18/06/2026m 37s

Weeble Wobble Market - Nick Santiago #4808

1. These markets are like the old weeble wobbles toys, they wobble but they don't fall down. That is what seems to be what is going on right now. This is still an options expiration week and traders should still remain on guard. Last week's high volume decline has not been exceeded yet. So far markets are holding up well. The reality is we’re above all the moving averages and that indicates that markets are heading higher. 2.  May Retail Sales +17.7% vs +9.0%,  May Retail Sales Ex-Auto +12.4% vs +5.2%. Means more bullish sentiment. You can question the numbers, but they are definitely a mood enhancer. These are better than expected numbers, but the market was already sharply higher in the overnight futures market. Some say it is due to an infrastructure bill by President Trump. I really do not believe that was the reason. The reason is likely that the central bank is now buying corporate bonds which was announced yesterday afternoon.  3. Gold and silver recouped most of their losses yesterday, which is very bullish. Longer consolidation period ahead. Watch the pattern. 4. Trading off your high is bullish depending upon where you’re coming from. Volume is always important.
18/06/2029m 43s

Where We're Headed After The 2020 Crash - Charles Nenner  #4807

Market cCycles are topping in a week. Time to get out of the market and buy the VIX. Charles just had a huge VIX trade last week buying calls. Nasdaq hits a new high based on the Fang stocks.  Charles also had an amazing call on Crude Oil. He was calling for a decline to $4.90 per barrel. Starting selling it at $68 per barrel and closed position out at $4.90.  Always remember when it happens is much more important than what will happen. The virus happened and then the cycle came to pass. A second cycle of Covid 19 is in the cards. The virus will mutate and second wave comes in the fall.  Gold is consolidating now, Charles got out in the 1760’s. 6 weeks or so to two months we could see a move.  Charles is negative on bonds, liquidity crisis. Dollar has a bounce and goes down again. Euro is going to have 2020. Bitcoin has no fundamentals and trades purely on emotion.Before news markets still behaved according to cycles. There was no fundamental analysis. RobinHood will end in tears.  History is God’s story and mystery is my story.Social unrest cycle will be far worse than in the 1960’s. Political correctness is death sanity and rationality.  Charles talks about Tesla, cycle is up until middle November. Upside target is $1128. Sell signal will be given if it closes $933.    War cycle is slowly coming up with China. It will end in a big conflict, but social conflict is far more threatening.
17/06/2028m 39s

Always Be Branding - Karen Tiber Leland #4806

In this day and age, we can be made or broken based on what we do online. Examples of poorly crafted strategies from inappropriate attire to political goofs, keep popping up. And this shows the need to carefully craft your video and social media identity in the era of Covid. Many people don't have a clue on how to optimized their video image. Just a few days ago, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was videoconferencing on air with MSNBC from his home. In the middle of the interview, the bathroom door behind him opened and what appeared to be his African American house cleaner came out with cleaning supplies. She looked awkwardly toward the video and he at her. Then she wandered quickly out of the frame. She was not wearing a mask, and neither was he. Ironically, this was just moments after Senator Schumer had been speaking about the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on black Americans. To be fair, Senator Schumer is not the first person – and he certainly won’t be the last – to make a bad videoconferencing faux pas.
17/06/2020m 18s

$1911 Gold By Year End - Peter Hug #4805

Peter Hug, as director of global trading is paid to care about the price of gold, not that he doesn't anyway.  At the beginning of this year Peter was bullish on gold when it was in the mid $1500’s. After all, the economy was vibrant, stocks were trading at near all time highs and the outlook while  positive, was not overwhelmingly so. Then came Covid. Peter warned investors that gold/silver would drop initially and then head higher. Stimulus lead to stock price recovery and stock market reflation. Peter then targeted $1750, which gold hit and then pulled back. The equity markets may come under renewed downward pressure, which again may be a negative for gold. Peter is now calling for $1911 by year end. Remember, his call for last year was $1550, and he was very close. As for the next generation of investors, millennials are more interested in digital gold products than physical gold. As the boomers drop, millennials will be dumping their inherited metals hoards. Or perhaps they may wise up.
16/06/2026m 12s

Is The Great Reset Coming? John Rubino #4804

he great reset is coming. A monetary reset is backed in the cake. The World Economic Forum in Davos has an intiative called the Great Reset. They’re using the pandemic to restructure the global economy. The details aren’t completely clear, will there be a word government? Stimulus money has been going into RobinHood accounts. Millennials are buying stocks based on name recognition and a cheap price. Day traders are snapping up Hertz Rent-a-Car stock to the point that Hertz is looking at doing an offering, while in bankruptcy. The disclosure document is hoot, informing purchasers that they'll likely be wiped out in the eventual reorganization, because equity holders are seldom left with anything once a Chapter 11 is complete. But in fact, Hertz is a great brand, known for superior service and a positive consumer experience. And if you're a Millennial what else matters?
16/06/2025m 16s

Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain: Being Black and Conservative in America -Kathy Barnette #4803

Kathy Barnette, author of Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain: Being Black and Conservative in America. Kathy is also currently running for U.S. Congress in the 4th District of Pennsylvania. Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets across America again Sunday, with peaceful demonstrations against police killings of black people overshadowed by unrest that quickly ravaged parts of cities from Pennsylvania to California. City and state officials had deployed thousands of National Guard soldiers, enacted strict curfews and shut down mass transit systems, but that did little to stop many cities from again erupting into unrest. Protesters in Philadelphia hurled rocks and Molotov cocktails at police, officials said, while masked crowds broke into upscale stores in a San Francisco suburb, fleeing with bags of merchandise. In Minneapolis, a truck driver drove into a massive crowd of demonstrators nearly a week after the death of George Floyd, a black man who pleaded for air as an officer pressed a knee into his neck. Conservative political commentator Kathy Barnette shares how liberal leadership has failed the black community and how being a democrat is not synonymous with your skin color.    During his first historic run for the presidency in 2016, Donald Trump made an impassioned plea to the black community. "Give me a chance," he said. "What the hell do you have to lose?"    According to Kathy Barnette, black Americans have nothing to lose, except for crime ridden communities, neighborhoods that have become shooting galleries, more social welfare programs, and the mocking indifference of the Democrat party. Barnette argues that even a cursory look into the black community reveals the destabilizing effect liberal policies have had on the black family.    There was a time when Barnette bought into the same lie as everyone else-that if you're black, you must be a democrat. In fact, she was born into the Democrat party just as much as she was born into brown skin. There was no point of separation. Until she began to understand what it truly means to be black in America. Barnette contends that being black is more than just the color of her skin. It's a culture and a consciousness, too.    In NOTHING TO LOSE, EVERYTHING TO GAIN, Barnette writes about why liberal policies have failed the black community time and time again - and will fail the larger American community as Democrats rush to the hard Left of the party. From the "Great Society" to Kanye West's ongoing war with the liberal establishment, this book provides sharp, eloquent commentary on the most pressing issues facing black Americans today: broken family structure, loss of identity, the legacy of slavery, and more.   Barnette argues that President Trump has not been willing to presume that the "black vote" is a foregone conclusion resting comfortably in the back pockets of Democrats. With his plainspoken style and willingness to face harsh truths, the president has done more for the black community than any president since Abraham Lincoln. Barnette insists the time is now to get back what has been lost, to fix the brokenness, and to recognize and support those who are actually working in our favor.
12/06/2031m 16s

How Comex Really Works - Jeffrey Christian #4802

The Comex seems like a very mysterious entity where precious metals prices somehow are set and supplies get shifted around the globe. But according to CPM Group's Jeffrey Christian, it's a lot simpler than it looks. Anyone who's in the precious metals food chain, miners, fabricators, jewelry manufacturers, bullion dealers, etc., must hedge their inventory and production to avoid sudden unexpected moves in metal prices. Volatile moves could otherwise easily bankrupt the industry in a very short period of time.  Banks often require their pm borrowers to fully hedge their position, thereby lowering default risk. For fabricators and jewelry manufacturers, this has led to an extensive leasing market. They lease gold and silver until it's been made into finished product, at which time it's sold to customers. The manufacturer then purchases the leased metal. And the process is repeated over and over. Since all participants in the market are hedging, this helps explain why there's such a huge multiple of contracts to actual physical metal. We hope this helps clear things up. For a better explanation, listen to Jeffrey Christian's own words.  Oh and about those huge silver and gold inventories that JP Morgan Chase is holding, Jeff says they're being held for customers, not on the bank's own account. Next time, we'll find out why their inventories have gotten so enormous.
11/06/2035m 12s

Industry Insider Explains Fake News Pandemic - Ken LaCorte #4801

Ken LaCorte, is the founder of LaCorte News. With a motto of “news unspun, talk uncensored” the site highlights media malfeasance and Silicon Valley censorship. Ken was a senior executive at the Fox News Channel from 1998-2016 where for the last decade he headed the editorial team at We talk extensively about why the news business has devolved into one big click funnel. Their purpose is no longer to inform, there's no money in that. Rather, their purposes to help further their team's goals and the news be damned. Interesting take from someone who's an industry insider.
11/06/2025m 47s

Invest In What You Know Best -Kirk Chisholm #4800

Kirk Chisholm was most recently ranked the #7 most influential Financial Advisor in the US by Investopedia. He is a 20-year veteran wealth manager and has been a consistent thought leader in the wealth management industry with his innovative ideas and focus on helping people make their lives better. Unlike many, Kirk isn't pushing various bank's products, rather he's about helping you to develop an investment philosophy that will work for you. He's not married to any particular sector, but rather is looking for what's the right sector for you. And that could be real estate, tax lien investing and almost any sector that you have an expertise in and the ability to capitalize upon. That's what makes Kirk very unique in this world.
10/06/2024m 1s

Making Big Bucks on Mining Stocks - David Erfle #4799

David Erfle's Junior Miner Junky has compiled an enviable record picking junior gold and silver mining stocks that have substantially appreciated. David says now's the time to start cashing in on the gold/silver bull market that's been underway for a while, but now should be kicking into high gear. Precious metals and miners got creamed during the March crash (along with everything else), but since then they've not only recovered, but have gone back to prior levels, with some stocks putting in new 52 week highs. But you didn't miss the rally, for the best is yet to arrive. Following David's Top Ten List could help you cash-in on what's to come.
10/06/2023m 50s

Osino Hits 52 Week High as Gold Discovery Advances - Heye Daun

It’s hard to believe that in less than 1 year Osino Resources stock price has tripled. Like most stocks Osino took a hit in March, but rapidly rebounded, recently hitting a new 52 week intra-day high of $1.20(CAD). And it’s no accident. CEO and Founder Heye Daun started two successful companies before Osino that were eventually sold-off for major gains. It looks like the third time will truly be the charm. So far, Osino has had one successful drill hole after another. This year it has embarked upon an ambitious 20,000 meter drill program, of which 10 percent has been completed. There’s been a slight delay due to the Covid 19 pandemic, but Namibia has reopened for business and it should be smooth sailing ahead. Best of all, Heye has the cash to get it done. Fortuitously, the Company did a major capital raise in January, before the pandemic. It now has enough cash for two years of operations. Look forward to a maiden resource in sometime during the first half of 2021. (Disclosure: Shareholder and FSN Sponsor). With everything it has going for it, no doubt more big gains are ahead. TSXV:OSI
10/06/2022m 55s

The Euro is the Bernie Sanders of Currencies - John Rubino #4798

Well at least the riots are over, for now. Defund the police seems like a truly insane idea, unless you're a progressive, then it makes total sense. Even if someone wanted to solve the underlying economic problems, it can't be done, we're too far gone. But at least we can wear our masks and avoid the Coronavirus. Oh wait, that's over too, if it's safe enough to publicly protest and riot then surely it's okay to open one's business back up and get this economy started again. That's already happening based upon the magnificent job numbers. Nothing to see here folks.
09/06/2034m 29s

Inside the Liberal Democrat Plan to Use Race to Divide Christians and America - Vince Everett Ellison #4797

Vince was born on a cotton plantation in Haywood County in West Tennessee to parents who, at the time, were sharecroppers. Through hard work and faith in Jesus Christ, his father prospered in the insurance industry, pulling himself and his seven siblings out of poverty and into the middle class. The Ellison Family gospel singing group was formed when Vince was in grade school. The group continued performing through his college years with broad exposure in the Black Church and gospel music community. Through his experiences in gospel music, Vince gained intimate knowledge of the inner workings and failings of many of the Black Ministers in the Black Church.   Vince studied academically at Memphis State University; however, he received a real-world education while working as a correctional officer at a maximum-security prison in South Carolina. Vince later worked in the non-profit arena with many African American civic organizations. He experienced the underworld of politics in 2000 after becoming the Republican nominee in the 6th Congressional District of South Carolina.   These many life experiences have given Vince a unique insight. From this vantage point, he has been able to recognize, dissect, expose, and answer many of the questions regarding race, religion, and politics that have dogged America for years. His books, blogs, interviews, and podcasts share required knowledge for all Americans who desire understanding, reconciliation, and freedom.
09/06/2020m 0s

How FSN Changed Tom's Life #4796

Tom is from the East and has been  enjoying FSN for many years. Tom and I connected after he was moved by a show I did discussing my family relationships and how important it is to reconcile with your loved ones before it's too late. Tom took the advice and reconnected with his daughter, after many years of estrangement. Now they're closer than ever and as a bonus, he gotten close to the grandchild he never knew he had. There's a lot of common sense in what Tom says. Please listen.
08/06/2026m 20s

Think About Distressed Debt Investing - Nels Stemm #4795

Nels Stemm is  a principal at Fairview-Partners a company that acquires distressed secured assets. He's extremely bullish on the precious metals stock sector as well acquiring precious metals to preserve accumulated wealth. He believes there are great opportunities coming in distressed debt, but you've got to have a disciplined approach towards when you invest. Nels and his team have been at this for many years and he's ready, willing and able to make the profitable trades.
05/06/2024m 4s

Canadian Depression? Danielle Park #4794

Small business is tanking in Canada. 45% of the population is on some form of government aid. Too many people have no chance of going back to work. The government appears powerless to do anything about it. Of course our neighbor to the North is dependent upon the US economy, or what's left of it. The civil unrest will also have an effect upon the Canadian economy. Perhaps there are countervailing forces in effect, for example the coming brain drain from Hong Kong and China. Lot's of things at work. We can only hope the system will cleansed and we can eventually get back to work.
04/06/2025m 17s

Trump's 2020 Election Edge - Kelly Sadler #4793

Kelly Sadler, is the former Special Assistant to President Donald J. Trump and Communications Director at America First Action. Voters in nine battleground states trust President Trump more than presumed Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden to hold China accountable for the coronavirus crisis, and they overwhelmingly support Republicans’ proposal to shield small businesses from lawsuits related to the pandemic, according to a poll obtained exclusively by The Washington Times. As the president weighs sanctions against Beijing this week for its crackdown on Hong Kong, the survey for America First Policies found that 57% of voters in those key swing states also favor punishing Chinafor its role in the coronavirus outbreak, which has killed 100,000 Americans and battered the U.S. economy. The nonprofit group promotes policies aligned with Mr. Trump’s agenda and is affiliated with the pro-Trump super PAC America First Action. Voters gave Mr. Trump a 17-point advantage over the former vice president, 50% to 33%, on being better able to stand up to China and hold it accountable for spreading the virus. Three-fourths of voters have a negative view of China. READ:
04/06/2026m 7s

Rethinking America's COVID-19 Responses - Antony Davies #4792

CORONAVIRUS CRISIS HAS LED TO UNPRECEDENTED COERCION... with Zero Cooperation. IS THERE A BETTER WAY? Since the COVID-19 crisis began, we've seen unprecedented government coercion. State and local governments have ordered everyone to stay home and have shut down businesses, schools, and churches. The federal government has sent debt to record heights with its spending. What's missing here? Cooperation.
03/06/2024m 32s

Corruption in New Jersey - Bridgegate to General Flynn - John Wisniewski #4791

John Wisniewski served in the New Jersey State Assembly from 1996-2018. He was a Democratic Party candidate for governor in 2017 and led the investigation into the Bridgegate scandal in which aides to then Governor Chris Christie closed several lanes of the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, NJ in retaliation for the mayor's refusal to endorse the governor for reelection. He completely disagrees with The Supreme Court's recent Bridgegate ruling could be the opening to overturn former Trump aide Michael Flynn's corruption case and, in the view of the man who led the Bridgegate investigation, open the door for more legalized corruption.  "What the Bridgegate ruling makes clear is that anti-corruption laws no longer function," says former NJ State Assemblyman and attorney John Wisniewski ."In short it says corruption is not corruption if nothing material is exchanged in return." Which is exactly the legal rationale used to clear Senator Menendez of corruption charges. What's good for the red elephant isn't always good for the blue donkey.  Lawyers for the president are already talking about how the Bridgegate ruling can and should exonerate Flynn. Wisniewski believes that conservative and liberal leaning justices appear united in the belief that the courts should no longer be in the business of holding government officials to account for violating the public trust.  So how could the Bridgegate case and the Flynn case mean Michael Flynn, and future administration officials, can operate with impunity?
03/06/2041m 7s

Civil Unrest Follows Pandemic - Like Day Follows Night - John Rubino 6.1.20 #4790

John and I had been warning you for years that this moment was coming. We take zero pleasure in being right. Our only purpose was to help you perceive what was really taking place all around you. The riots and the pandemic may end shortly, but the damage will be felt for years, if not decades. But there's more downside on the way, remember, bad things come in threes. Whether that's a killer hurricane season or other natural disasters or perhaps a war, we're not willing to hazard a guess. Only an admonition that no matter what, you need to be prepared.
02/06/2023m 6s

Three Things You Must Know About Covid 19 - Dr. Ted Noel  6-1-20 #4789

Retired critical care physician Dr. Ted Noel again blows the lid off the Covid 19 lock down scam. If you’re under 60 with no major health problems, you have very little chance of getting. If you’ve got major health issues, or co-morbidities then be very careful to avoid exposure. Finally, don’t worry much about social distancing. Go outside as sunlight is the best disinfectant and staying inside could be a death sentence. There is actually very little if any chance of infectiion from outdoor contact. Medically proven. Also, Hydroxychlorquin is effective as a propholaxsis and is an effective treatment in the early stages of Covid 19 infection.
02/06/2028m 59s

Mickey Fulp's Monthly Major Market Review (May 2020)

Stock markets were up again, regaining much of their March losses Dow up 4.3% to TSX.V up 17 percent. VIX or the fear index calmed down again to a still high 27.5. Dollar was down .7% and Euro gained 1.3%.  10 Year yield nearly flat at .65. Bitcoin was up 8.5%. Gold was up 2.5% to 1729. Silver up 19.4% to 17.84. PT up 7.2%. PD down 2.2% for the month. Copper bounced up 3% to 2.42. WTI up a staggering  88%. Brent 40%. Natgas down 5.1% to 1.85 per mm. Uranium up slightly to .6%.  Ratios: Au/Ag 96.9 - Pt/Au .48 -Pt/Pd .44 - WT/HH 19.2 and AU/WTI 48.7.
01/06/2018m 9s

Have You Been COVID-19 Surcharged? Angela Sloan #4788

Now that businesses across America are starting to cautiously reopen after the COVID-19 outbreak, customers are starting to see “COVID surcharges” on their bills. For example, a Texas hair salon is adding a $3 “sanitation charge” to each receipt. A Florida dentist is charging $10 per visit for personal protective equipment. And a Missouri restaurant implemented a 5% surcharge due to rising food prices.Many customers are angry about the changes. The businesses that have enacted them, on the other hand, view the added fees as essential ways to offset their increased costs and to compensate for revenue lost during the lockdown. Interestingly, the aforementioned Missouri restaurant (Kiko Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Lounge) removed the surcharge after customers complained. It also raised menu prices. The owner, Billy Yuzar, told, “We were hoping to adjust the charge weekly based on the prices we get from our suppliers instead of raising all of our prices across the board on our menu … We can take the harassment on our social media, but when they start being ugly to our employees here, it really bothers us. This is why we decided to just eat the cost of printing new menu[s] and adjust it weekly.” Other types of surcharges It’s a subtle psychological distinction, but customers don’t like feeling nickeled and dimed. There was an outcry several years ago when some restaurants began tacking employee health insurance surcharges onto diners’ tabs. Worse yet, a civil grand jury in San Francisco found many restaurants kept the money for themselves. In 46 states, it is legal for businesses to charge customers extra just for using a credit card. Merchants should tread very carefully – 78% of credit cardholders believe it’s unfair to charge a customer an extra fee based on the way he or she chooses to pay, according to a recent survey commissioned by American Express. And they’re voting with their wallets. Some 86% of respondents told Amex that if a business they frequently patronize were to start surcharging, they would likely start shopping somewhere else.Even the long-established practice of tipping leaves a bad taste in some customers’ mouths. A 2018 survey found millennials were the worst tippers, yet they were much more likely than older generations to express a preference for higher prices instead of tipping.But many restaurants that tried that model had to revert back to the old way of doing things after customers and employees rebelled. Americans don’t like being told what to do – as a society, we greatly value freedom, and that includes the freedom to pay and tip as we wish.Some 86% of respondents told Amex that if a business they frequently patronize were to start surcharging, they would likely start shopping somewhere else. Inflation is accepted, surcharges are not While few, if any, customers would be enthusiastic about paying more for any reason, cost increases seem to feel especially egregious when they’re itemized. They’re hard to miss when they’re right there on the receipt in black and white. Over time, higher prices are seen as a cost of doing business. You may not be excited about paying $3 more for a haircut, but I think most people are realistic about the fact that things cost more over time, and prices can’t stay the same forever.I suspect a lot of consumers wouldn’t even notice if prices went up over time. Do you know exactly how much your last dentist visit cost? Can you accurately recite the precise prices of eggs, milk and meat over the past three years? Surcharges shouldn’t be the solution for struggling businesses To me, surcharging is more of a public relations issue than an economic one. It’s a bad look. Seven out of every 10 customers say a surcharge makes them feel like the merchant does not appreciate their business, according to the American Express survey.Plus, it’s an especially ironic time to experiment with a surcharge on credit cards, because the coronavirus has people very concerned about handling bills and coins. Amex found cash usage has fallen 16% during the pandemic, and 58% of consumers who made contactless payments reported gravitating to this technology because of virus concerns.Sadly, many small businesses are really struggling. I don’t want to minimize that fact. But I don’t think surcharges are the way out. Whether we’re talking COVID, health insurance or credit cards, trying to raise revenue with an itemized surcharge is a turn-off for customers, and any short-term benefit to the merchant is greatly outweighed by the longer-term consequences of offending the people who pay the bills.
01/06/2017m 29s

Deep State's Day Of Reckoning - Brian Boyd #4787

Brian Boyd is a 30-plus year professional intelligence analyst and counter terrorism specialist. He is a former Green Beret, and was part of the leadership of the Joint Special Operations Command which oversees the Special Forces, Seal Team 6 and the Delta Force. He also served in the Departments of Defense, Justice & Treasury and regularly appears on radio and TV discussing intelligence matters. Senator Rand Paul is calling for an investigation into the handling of the Michael Flynn case and to what extent then President Obama and Vice President Biden were involved. Rand claims Biden was briefed on the investigation of Flynn's interaction before President Trump took office.  "I certainly think there is more here than meets the eye," says Intelligence & Counter Terrorism expert and former Green Beret Brian Boyd (see short bio below). "I see this as a serious abuse of power. It's the kind of intrigue that I saw when I was involved in the intelligence community." President Trump has framed the investigation as an ongoing attempt to undermine his presidency. And with former Vice President Joe Biden's as the presumptive Democratic nominee for president Trump is hoping to make this an issue of Biden's alleged involvement heading into the presidential election.  To further complicate matters Attorney General William Barr this week issued an apparent rebuke of President Trump’s efforts and vague accusations of misconduct by former Obama administration officials all while lamenting Trump’s treatment by federal law enforcement officers during the wide-ranging Russia probe. So who is right?
01/06/2034m 30s

Bailout world - John Rubino 5-28.20 #4786

It keeps getting better. Japan announces a $1.1 trillion bailout plan, which equals 40 percent of their GDP. The EU just announced an $826 billion liquidity plan. Lufthansa gets $10 billion bailout offer but doesn’t like the strings that came with it. Economies around the world are starting to reopen. Korea is having issues. In the US and elsewhere things are going pretty well. No vaccine or cure coming soon, but not being able to reopen assures an endless depression. However, the debt continues to increase geometrically. Stagflation seems to be the most likely result, but we could encounter a hyperinflationary bubble. You can create the illusion of health and normality by increasing debt, but is the latest debt enough to do it? The next year is going to be really interesting. If we don’t go back into lockdown, we’ll see how everyone handles the increased debt burden. Corporations have been on a borrowing binge this last month. They maxxed out their credit lines and issued new bonds to cover the difference.
29/05/2038m 34s

End Homelessness and Save New York - Michael Fischer #4785

Everyone talks about the homeless crisis but few people try to do something about it. Michael Fischer has started the Central Park Civic Association to mobilize the community to rescue the City and the homeless who are the victims of misbegotten political policies that only act to encourage more homelessness. He's dedicating his life to get the parties together to come up with common-sense solutions that will help communities and get real help for the homeless. It's not a question of money, it's already being spent. It's a question of political will and sound policy. The homeless problem is not an economic crisis, it's a national mental health crisis and until we recognize this fact and start humane institutionalization it won't be solved. Count us as major supporters to Michael's and our hope is that this will turn into a national movement that forces our leaders to lead and actually solve the problem.
29/05/2022m 59s

Common Stock Warrants - A Way to Turbo-Charge Your Portfolio - Dudley Baker #4784

In 2004 Dudley Baker, while at a conference, learned about stock warrants from legendary investor Frank Holmes. When he got home and started researching them, he found there was little information available. Seeing an opportunity, he started Precious Metals Warrants, which later became Common Stock Warrants. Interest has continued to increase and today his database is the unrivaled go to source for hundreds of stock warrant. We've used it many times in the past and have found great stocks as well as stock warrants in his database. Dudley believes you should use them along with stock purchases to increase your returns to make your investments go further. We're big fans and you should be too.
28/05/2026m 12s

Pelosi’s HEROES Act Forces Unemployed Americans Favors Illegal Aliens - Daniel Greenfield #4783

Who are Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Heroes? Based on the $3 trillion HEROES Act that House Democrats have just unveiled, the answer is illegal aliens and criminals. While the HEROES Act pretends to be about Coronavirus relief, its focus is on immigration. With over 20 million jobs lost in April, the HEROES Act goes to great lengths to make sure that millions of illegal aliens will still be able to keep their jobs, no matter how many Americans lose theirs. Buried under the misleadingly titled, "Protections for Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers," is a virtual blank check to keep illegal aliens from being deported
28/05/2018m 21s

BLITZ: Trump Will Smash the Left and Win - David Horowitz #4782

BLITZ: Trump Will Smash the Left and Win - OUT IN JUNE BUCKLE UP—2020 WILL BE THE POLITICAL RIDE OF YOUR LIFE! IN NOVEMBER TRUMP WILL SMASH THE LEFT AND WIN! “If you’re interested in debating deranged liberals with facts, you won’t want to miss this latest book.” — Donald Trump, Jr. “BLITZ is a MUST-read for those who want to better understand what is really happening in the ‘idea war’ for the soul of America.” — Governor Mike Huckabee BLITZ reveals the attacks made against Trump have been the most brutal ever mounted against a sitting president of the United States. Blinded by deep-seated hatred of his person and his policies, the left even desperately tried to oust Trump in a failed impeachment bid. Horowitz shows that their very attacks—targeting a man whose mission has been to “Drain the Swamp” and “Make America Great Again” backfired, turning Trump himself into a near martyrwhile igniting the fervor of his “base.” With the 2020 election upon us, New York Times bestselling author David Horowitz chronicles the brutal battles, bitter backlash, and leftwing lies Trump has faced as Democrats repeatedly try to sabotage his presidency. You’ll discover the left’s terrifying socialist and, in some cases, communist agendas as you’ve never seen them before. Trump’s response? In the meantime, he’s going to steamroll this opposition in November using the same playbook he has used to win before. In BLITZ you will find shocking revelations: The 9 biggest dangers to America the left poses—their agenda will blow your mind. Show me the money: naming the billionaires and fat cats really out to get Trump. How patriotism suddenly became “white nationalism” linking Trump to Hitler and the KKK . The growing secularism of the left and how the hate pushed against Christians will backfire. Why every effort to demonize Trump and his supporters is failing like crazy. Obama’s agenda: how the former president casts a much greater shadow over Trump’s political woes than you ever imagined. The Genius: how Trump’s brilliant strategy has worked and will continue to work, making him president again in 2021! The effort to remove and destroy our duly elected President may be the greatest challenge America has faced since the Civil War, explains Horowitz. For the first time BLITZ exposes the left’s strategy to take down Trump, and how Trump not only beat them at their own game, but how he’s turning the tables on them to achieve a stunning reelection win come November. “An indispensable book—BLITZ— explaining why today’s Democrats are so dangerous and why President Trump is their nemesis.” — Mark R. Levin, New York Times bestselling author of Unfreedom of the Press “BLITZ is the latest must-read from Horowitz: insightful, hard-hitting, controversial, and uncompromising. Ignore him at your peril.” — Peter Schweizer, New York Times bestselling author of Clinton Cash and Profiles in Corruption “This is the book your anti-Trump relatives and friends should clear a moral indictment of the anti-Trump left as has been written.” — Dennis Prager, President of PragerU and New York Times bestselling author “Unparalleled insight into the current political climate, how we got here and what it means for 2020 elections.” — Sean Spicer, Host of Spicer & Co., Newsmax TV “Horowitz understands the left's malevolent goals and how to stop them. This is a must read-book!” — Charlie Kirk, New York Times bestselling author of The MAGA Doctrine
27/05/2026m 0s

Market Decline Ahead? Crista Huff #4781

Very interesting markets. Trading range for the entire year. Further decline ahead is coming with a possible retest of March lows. The Russell 2000 and NASDAQ are showing strength add to the likelihood of this scenario. Unemployment claims are up to 38.6 million. Many businesses are closing and more will follow. Fewer and fewer jobs are available. We’re entering a recession and probably a depression. Federal money is sloshing around and much of it is going into the market. That money will run out and the market will fizzle. We’re going to start hearing about mass defaults housing and autos. It’s going to last for years. The next generation is going to have it tough for at least a decade or perhaps even longer. What happens when these people can’t find jobs? Which industries will thrive and which will decline? Every industry that contributes to content through your electronics will survive and thrive. You’re still on your phone and your television.  Many profitable companies here. Food and household supplies and pharma, Avoid money losers. Negative industries, real estate companies that invest in multi-family and office space will decline. Evictions and foreclosures are on hold. This will affect millions of RE investors. When the renters don’t have to pay, the owners will pay or lose their properties. It’s a complete disaster. Government intervention has simply put off the inevitable.
26/05/2031m 42s

Rick Rule's Rules On How To Not Lose Money In Gold and Silver Stocks - #4780

According to Rick Rule, yes we are in a precious metals bull market. That means that there are huge fortunes to be made buying select gold and silver mining stocks. But you have to be extremely careful. According to Rick, there are some 1500 publicly traded zombie miners. These companies don't exist to return profits to their shareholders, but are more interested in lining management's pockets. With 8 geologists on his staff, as well as a lifetime of experience wading through these rocky shoals, Rick is quite adept at avoiding the surefire losers. He explains how you can do it too. The strategy is simple, for every mining stock in your portfolio, just spend one hour per month reading everything you can find about them. This includes their interviews, public filings and proxy statements. After doing this for awhile, you'll understand how to separate the winners from the losers. And you'll become a winner too. Take a look at the Barron's Gold Mining Index. It's quite fascinating and useful and you'll see why we're going to see a major advance in a relatively short period of time.
25/05/2038m 53s

Dr. Jerome Corsi on the Unmasking and Eventual Exoneration of Gen. Flynn #4779

General Flynn should be totally exonerated. He suffered at the hands of criminal Mueller prosecutors who suborned him to commit perjury as a condition of the Obama DOJ not indicting his son. The Mueller prosecutors used Gestapo, GRU Soviet-style tactics forcing people like General Flynn and me to swear to lies, or in my case, face the prospect of dying in prison. Attorney Sidney Powell did a brilliant job forcing the government to disclose previously withheld documents that demonstrate convincingly massive misconduct by the Mueller prosecutors who followed the lead of an Obama administration Department of Justice and FBI that conspired to entrap General Flynn in a process crime that General Flynn never committed. The Flynn case will not be resolved until Judge Sullivan dismisses the case with prejudice, referring the case back to the Department of Justice with a recommendation that a criminal investigation be opened into the Obama DOJ and FBI officials who committed the real crimes here and the Mueller prosecutors who engaged in massive misconduct in their efforts to imprison a genuine American hero. A fundamental question remains to be answered: Why has Attorney General Barr allowed Mueller prosecutors like Brandon Van Grack and Aaron Zelinsky to remain in positions of authority in the Justice Department when both attempted to suborn perjury as should be clear from both General Flynn's case and mine. I fully documented the pressure the Mueller prosecutors placed me under in their effort to force me to plead guilty to a process crime I never committed or face the prospect of being indicted in Washington, D.C. for obstruction of justice - a crime that if convicted, I would likely spend the rest of my life in prison. I refused the deal Mueller prosecutor Zelinsky offered and the Mueller prosecutors never indicted me. This proves the 'deal' I was being offered was a criminal attempt by the DOJ to suborn perjury. If the DOJ could have proved I lied to the Mueller investigation, I am certain I would have been indicted. That did not happen, proving to me Mueller prosecutors like Zelinsky, VanGrack, and Weissmann were the criminals involved in the Russian collusion hoax. Dr. Jerome Corsi's new book, Coup d’État: Exposing Deep State Treason and the Plan to Re-Elect President Trump tells us the Deep State isn’t finished trying to destroy President Trump - they’ve only just begun. Corsi is an investigative journalist and senior staff writer for several conservative websites. Corsi is the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Unfit for Command, #1 New York Times bestseller The Obama Nation and author of bestseller, Killing the Deep State: The Fight to Save President Trump.
22/05/2047m 57s

Reopening: A Tale of Two Countries - Jeff Socha #4778

We all agree that none of us want to die any earlier than we have to.  We don't want to get sick, but we do want to have a productive livelihood and support our families.  This is what Texas has been doing.  Let's save lives while saving livelihoods, as Buffet said, "Never bet against America".  Hopefully our country will be better and stronger for it, in spite of all the debt that has been taken on.  The politicians can't help being politicians.  The stimulus program gave a raise to everyone in congress and bailouts galore.  Just for once couldn't we stay focused and just do the right thing.  Congress is truly a criminal underclass.  They don't always or usually have our best interest at heart.
21/05/2022m 13s

Rigged -  Exposing the Largest Financial Fraud in History - Stuart Englert # 4777

The largest financial fraud in history wasn’t Enron’s colossal accounting crimes, Bernie Madoff’s record-setting Ponzi scheme or the Libor scandal, in which some of the world’s biggest banks conspired to profit by manipulating interest rates. No, the largest financial fraud in history is one most Americans know little to nothing about. It isn’t mentioned by politicians, reported on the nightly news or discussed by coworkers during lunch break. The biggest fraud in history is a financial scheme perpetrated by the U.S. government and its banking accomplices. Over the last century, they’ve used coercion, deception and market manipulation to convince Americans the U.S. dollar is as good as gold and silver. The truth is, it’s not.
21/05/2014m 25s

Locked Down Californians Fight Back - Joe Messina #4776

While much of the country has thankfully begun to reopen, but not California. But they’ve met their match. Elon Musk, head of Tesla ignored the petty dictators of Alameda County and reopened his factory, just daring them to take action. Thousands of people descended upon Cali Beaches over the weekend. And businesses around the nation have decided to fight back. And we saw the Republicans flip disgraced House Member Katie Hill’s seat back to Republicans. It’s all part of the madness taking place around the country. Joe gives his unique perspective on the state of California and the nation.
20/05/2028m 39s

The Emperor Has No Cortex - Triple Lutz Report #483

Sleepy Creepy Corrupt Joe Biden is on his way out. I've been telling you this for 6 months. But he just won't go. They tried Me Tooing him. They tried exposing his corruption and that of his son. They even showed he was heavily involved in Obamagate and yet he just won't leave. How are they going to make him understand that he needs to leave?  In New York State the truth has now come out. At least 1700+ of New York State’s most vulnerable citizens have died as a direct result of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s State Health Department’s edict that "[nursing homes] are prohibited from requiring a hospitalized resident who is determined medically stable to be tested for COVID-19 prior to admission or readmission." He's the link to the original article. Lots more here. This is must listen to material.
20/05/2027m 18s

Silver Is The Investment DuJour - John Rubino 5-19-20 #4775

Finally, silver has begun to outperform Gold, just as we always expected it would. The gold/silver ratio kept going up until it started going down. People become turned off by the high price of gold and have found that silver is still cheap. The ratio peaked at 125, way above 80-90 where it usually peaks. All as a result of the panic. Now we’re almost back down to 100. Silver needs to do 2.5 times better than gold to just get back to normal relative valuations.  Stocks were way up on Monday, on rumors of an early stage Bill Gates backed vaccine. What will they fall for next? Happy days are here again! Finally, the state of the economy is simply stated, Horrible! 35 percent decline in second quarter GDP. And more debt on top of more debt. What's a debtor nation to do. Perhaps buy pre-commie Chinese debt and present it for payment? Interesting times indeed.
19/05/2026m 18s

What to do with your job 401(k) when you leave your job - Arwen Becker #4774

The coronavirus crisis has led to an unprecedented number of layoffs across the country. If you're one of the many workers whose job has been affected, you have a lot on your plate right now. One decision you don't want to let fall through the cracks is the choice about what to do with your 401(k). If you're leaving your job, you have three primary choices, only two of which are good ones.  1. Keep the money where it is In most cases, leaving your job doesn't mean your 401(k) has to move. While you won't be able to contribute to it through paycheck withdrawals anymore, you should be able to leave your money invested right where it is.  Keeping your money with your current employer can be smart for a couple of reasons. You don't have to sell any of your investments (important since the market is really volatile right now). You also don't have to pay any fees associated with a rollover of the funds, which some 401(k) plans charge when you move money out.  But there are some downsides to inaction. If your plan fees are high, you'll be stuck paying them while losing benefits such as an employer match that may have made participating worth the cost. You probably also have fewer investment options in your 401(k) than if you moved your money to an IRA. Plus with your money spread across different accounts, it can be harder to look at the big picture and see if your portfolio is balanced. When you have multiple old retirement accounts, there's even a chance you may end up forgetting about the money and leaving it unclaimed.  And if you have only a small amount of money in your company 401(k), you may not have the option to keep your retirement funds parked in your old employer's plan.  2. Roll it over into an IRA Another option, and the best one for many people, is to do a rollover of your 401(k) funds into an IRA. You can open one at any brokerage firm, usually for free with no minimum investment to get started.  You can ask for a direct rollover so your money goes right to the brokerage firm holding the IRA. Or your company can write a check to you, in which case you'll need to deposit the money into your new account within 60 days.  The biggest downside of moving your 401(k) money into an IRA is that you typically have to sell your stock to do it. And it can take some time for your money to move from one account to another, during which you're out of the market. You could potentially be forced to sell shares at a loss to move your money and then miss out on a recovery while waiting to get your money reinvested.  There are upsides to a rollover, though. You can consolidate your 401(k) money with other retirement funds you may already have in an IRA. And you can avoid plan management fees and open up the door to more investment choices.  Just be sure you keep the type of account the same. If you have a 401(k) you've invested in with pre-tax funds, you'll want to move the money to a traditional IRA. If you moved it to a Roth instead, you'd end up owing income taxes on the money, although you'd benefit from being able to make tax-free withdrawals in retirement.  3. Withdraw the money Your final option is to simply take the money out of your 401(k). This is not a good option. You'll be robbing yourself of funds you need for your future. And you could end up owing penalties on the withdrawn funds. Normally, you pay a 10% penalty on early withdrawals from a 401(k), in addition to being taxed at your ordinary rate on withdrawn funds. But the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) allows you to take up to a $100,000 withdrawal without owing this penalty if you face financial hardship due to COVID-19. You can also spread out your tax payments on the withdrawal over three years. But while you can take at least some money out of your account without penalty, the ordinary income taxes you'll owe could still be quite high. Plus, you lose the chance for the withdrawn funds to grow into a sufficient retirement nest egg.  Putting your 401(k) money into an IRA or leaving it invested where it is are usually your best options when you leave your job. If your work is affected due to coronavirus and you have to make a decision about your retirement account, consider the big picture -- including future financial security as well as account fees -- when you decide what to do with your money.
19/05/2019m 56s

We Built this Company for this Market - Ivan Bebek #4773

In the present state of the world economy, there’s more risk not to be invested in commodity markets than to be invested, which makes Sponsor Auryn Resources (TSX: AUG NYSE: AUG) the right stock at the right time.  Ivan and his management team have taken the enforced Covid 19 break to become better organized, more focused and more efficient. Instead of spending time traveling the globe, they have gotten back to basics. "Sometimes you’re so busy drilling that you don’t have enough time to fully analyse the data, and this pause has allowed Auryn’s highly skilled geological team to go in depth." Ivan believes the results will be apparent for the next drill program. New targets in each of Auryn’s potential Tier 1 swings have been identified and will be explored.  Work on Sombrero and Curibaya will recommence in June. Peru locked down early and as a result will quickly reopen. Sombrero fundamentals continue to improve. During the shutdown, Auryn shipped a large quantity of supplies to the nearby Sombrero communities they’ve been working with. Keeping their communities healthy and positive was extremely important to Ivan and Auryn.  The company’s Canada projects are coming along as well. The team worked hard to prepare a highly positive PEA on the Homestake Ridge project in Canada in hopes of an eventual sale. Ivan’s optimistic that Committee Bay will start showing its true potential shortly as well.   And of course there’s the potential to split the company into three seperate entities. The spin co will enable each outstanding project to command its own market valuation, which will be a major plus for Auryn’s shareholders.  As Ivan says, “The timing is more than worth the wait.” Finally we discussed the recent price decline in Copper. Of course the increase in gold prices has more than offset copper’s lower price. But Ivan is unconcered, as he should be. The uses of copper keep expanding. It held $2 per pound and has gone up substantially since then. Many major mines have been shutdown and there will be a steep startup curve to reopen them. So the future looks bright.  As Ivan said, “Auryn was built for this market and it’s not going to disappoint.” All of the needed catalysts are lining for Auryn to be an extremely profitable investment. Which is why I personally own shares in the Company.
18/05/2030m 35s

Covid and Other Scams Running Rampant - Robert Siciliano #4772

Noted cyber security expert Robert Siciliano observes that within several years cybercrime will be the third largest business on the planet. The current pandemic has only upped the stakes. It doesn't matter if you're a nanny or a police officer, you're still a potential target. And just like the current pandemic, It's not like the government is going to save you. There's just too many cases and not enough cops. That means that it's up to you to become aware, start changing your passwords and be aware that you're a potential target. Make those passwords long and complicated and maybe then you'll stand a chance.
15/05/2028m 5s

Is the Market Stalling Out? Chris Vermeulen  #4771

The recent increase is the stock markets is normal behavior after a crash. The majority of stocks are lagging at the same time the small caps are under performing. Many are hitting new lows and are rolling over and heading south. You’re paying more for shares than before the crash. The fundamentals are worse than ever. If you’re a long term investor this is when you need to step up to the plate and learn how to profit from bear market. You need to be on the right side of the market. Bonds and cash. If you play it correctly, retirment becomes a possiblity. Any type of retirment account can really pay off. Another March type crash is in the offing. March was pure panic, the big funds dumped share on bad fundamentals and then people panicked while rushing into cash. The fear of death is over and people will look to gold. Gold is the most stable place to put money. Silver and the gold juniors are not yet in a bull market, but that’s coming soon. We’re going to get close to negative rates. That’s when precious metals will begin to shine. Tech has been on fire but the  laggards such as airline stocks are close to hitting new lows. Financials heading for a major decline.
14/05/2021m 39s

The Inevitable Financial Pandemic - Michael Pento #4770

There’s a huge gap between asset valuations and the economy.  Just look to the Fed. Many times we were assured there would never be debt monetization. Now, they’re not just buying corporate debt but also buying junk bonds as well. The Fed is actually making loans directly to businesses and passing out stimulus to anyone with a pulse. The Fed has truly gone rogue. And yet, inflation stays down. Q2 is going to see $3 trillion deficit and a $4 trillion deficit for the year. There’s no productivity associated with this stimulus. According to Michael Pinto this will result  massive stagflation due to massive money printing. This is unique. In 2018 stocks took a hit, even though profits were up. Why? It was because the Fed was tightening. And then the reverse happened in 2019. Where do you to find a free market indicator? Michael and I have been warning about this for years. We’re heading for the most negative rates in history. With negative rates, we’re increasing current spending, which can only result in Stagflation. Is hyper-inflation a possibility? Not likely because it’s inconceivable that the US Dollar will collapse against it’s trading partners. But inflation will run into double digits, kicking off the greater depression. The implosion of the bond market is sure to happen. Insolvent debt on the corporate and sovereigh realms. It’s a surefire way for a debt collapse.
14/05/2036m 11s

Coastal Real Estate to Decline 50-60 Percent - John Grace #4769

We have been taught that real estate prices are driven by location, inventory, and interest rates.  I will argue all three are important to keep an eye on, but we have not been taught that the most significant driver is the buying AND selling patterns of American consumers Based On Age. The primary reason residential real estate prices are at nose bleed levels is thanks to 76 million people born between 1946-1964 (legal, illegal, legitimate and illegitimate) that showed up in these United States of America.  Prices rose as a direct result of unprecedented demand.  In fact, there is no other country in history where so  many people came into being during the same twenty year period.  It’s also the first and perhaps the last time such an event will occur in U.S. history. Thanks to the U.S. Census Bureau we can see the buying and selling patterns.  Please recognize that the patterns have held irrespective of high or low interest rates.  In the early 1980s when Boomers were entering the work force interest rates were 16% but that had no effect on educated well paid young people with their high demand for buying homes.  The age most Americans buy their first home was 31.  It is now 37. The age of 41 is when most Americans have purchased their biggest home.  Again, Boomers can check box 1 and box 2.  From 1980-2000, 40% of all of the homes purchased in America were on lot sizes of 1 - 10 acres in size.  That was the Boomers buying the biggest house they will ever own during a 20 year period.  Each household thought they were doing something special.  When in fact we were just following the herd. Today it takes 8 to 10 and even 20 times everyday incomes to buy an everyday house.  Healthy real estate prices are a good thing, indicative that the area is an attractive city or country to live in with a good standard of living.  And wages paid to employees becomes higher to compensate for that higher standard of living, along with more expensive office, store, plant, and warehouse costs.  That’s one of the reasons we are losing key industries to lower cost countries.  As Professor Robert Shiller put it October, 2019, there are bubbles everywhere.  Bubbles in the bond market, the stock market, and the residential real estate market.  And every 7 year old in the world understands all bubbles burst.  In fact, every child knows the bigger the bubble, the bigger the burst.  High real estate prices past a normal level of 3-4 times income in good cities only benefits the older people who already own real estate and who are going to work, but they produce less, and then die.  It kills the standard of living for the new up-and-coming generation.  It only encourages more focus on fixing up and flipping homes, instead of investing in productive capacity to produce real goods and services and for export and global competitiveness.  So prices go up when demand is high and it stands to reason that prices go down when demand declines. Boomers constitute 24% of the U.S. population and it is noteworthy that the age most Americans sell their homes is age 78.  Boomers this year turn 55-74 which means we can clearly see they are increasingly likely to sell.  And it is important to keep in mind the average age of death in America is mid-80s. Now is the time for those with a lot of equity to consider releasing that equity ahead of the herd.  As an old Eagle Scout hiking 50 miles across New Mexico I know when you are in the middle or the back of a herd of cows, the view and the smell do not change. You must get ahead of the pack.  Or be sorry.  Millennials, on the other hand, may be wise to keep their powder dry to see if the market moves in their direction.  I would not be surprised to see home prices in Cleveland decline by 13%.  And the decline for both coasts to be 50%-60%. When 24% of the population goes to heaven, and the 130 years of residential real estate supply remains stable,  it is reasonable to expect home prices and rental income to go straight to hell.
13/05/2024m 10s

What's Happening Now in 4 Easy Charts - Gary S. Wagner #4768

Gary is a master at making the complex simple. In just 4 charts he shows exactly where the economy is now in relation to the 2008-09 economic crisis and where it's probably heading. And equally as important, he makes a compelling case for the only insurance policy available to mere mortals, gold.
13/05/2031m 19s

Just Another Bricks in the Wall - John Rubino #4767

Just Another Bricks in the Wall - John Rubino  5-11-20 China's Silk Road and Belt initiative goes bust, dollar looking pretty good by comparison. Will the Chinese exercise gunboat diplomacy?  Battle between ECB and German CB, who can’t agree on how much QE is enough. German Supreme Court has ruled that ECB has gone too far with its version of QE. Europe is only halfway through its integration process and is falling rapidly behind on its goal.  Second quarter US GDP will be down a whopping 34.9% in the US. CA Deficit $100B for the current fiscal year. Grossly underfunded pension funds. Big bailouts will be demanded by states and the Feds will resist until they can't any longer.  Swiss National Bank is now officially a hedge fund. It lost money on the decline but made back most of their losses on the recovery. Others are watching and wanting to emulate.  Germany tries to reopen and appears to be failing. Georgia reopens and appears to succeed.
12/05/2027m 13s

We're All Remote Workers Now - John Paul Mendocha #4766

Before the Coronavirus hit, 5.2 percent of US employees reported telecommuting most of the time, while 43 percent worked from home at least some of the time. Now, with these uncharted waters, that figure has skyrocketed globally. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced millions of Americans to work from home. But when it’s all over, many people could be thinking the trip from the kitchen to the living room may not be such a bad commute. That being said, how will people adjust to being FT remote workers? · What are some ways to stay on top of your game at home? · How can you communicate clearly while working remotely? · Is Zoom the #1 choice for remote communication? · Will Zoom change the way we communicate in the future? Be sure to check out John's new book, “Remote Work for a Better World,” where he shares all the secrets to working remotely and how to make sure you're productive even when you’re not in the office.
12/05/2025m 17s

A Time for Transition - Gary Christenson #4765

After 8 years, our good friend Gary Christenson is moving on from his tenure at the Deviant Investor. Just as the world looks like it's ready to move on from the dollar based monetary system. Gary foresees much greater gold and silver prices ahead and a world awash in dollars. As he's said many times over the years, the current system is unsustainable and appears to be breaking down. We're certainly getting a lot closer to that inflection point than ever  before.
11/05/2027m 33s

The Road is Coming - Trilogy Metals - Tony Giardini & Patrick Donnelly

We talked with our sponsor, Trilogy Metals's new CEO Tony Giardini about the latest developments. Tony has the required skill-set to see this massive project on to completion. Most recently with a stint as CEO at Ivanhoe Mines, and before that EVP and CFO at Kinross, he brings decades of experience with similar large scale remote projects to Trilogy. As Janice Stairs, Trilogy's Chair of the Board said, "... We will greatly benefit from his wealth of experience with joint ventures and large capital projects, his proven track record of building and leading successful teams, his capital raising expertise, and his track record of executing strategies that increase shareholder value..." Next on the agenda is getting approval for the needed road that will connect the project to the Dawson Highway, which will set the stage for the mine buildout and eventual production. When asked about the recent copper price decline's affect on Trilogy, Tony indicated little concern. Production is a ways off and no matter what, the world is going to need more copper. Trilogy's cost of production will be in line with the lowest cost producers, making it profitable even at today's prices. And of course there are the credits that will accrue from gold and other metals that are present in abundant quantities at the project. The road permit could be issued in just weeks and that will be a game changer for Trilogy. It should be a major catalyst for the stock too. Then we can expect major progress towards construction of the road and the eventual completion of the mine. All in all a great place to be.
10/05/2024m 34s

Leo Hathaway & Marshall Koval - Luminex

Ross Beaty has a habit of being in the right place at exactly the right time.  In 2013 Beaty and his group perceived that in an effort to offset declining petroleum revenues, the Ecuadorian government was on the verge of liberalizing archaic mining laws and letting out extremely promising unexplored concessions.   In 2018, predecessor company Lumina Gold was awarded 32 mining concessions. 2019 was a milestone year, which saw large scale projects Fruta Del Norte and Mirador come on line.                The Company currently has 3 key assets and 2 world class partners: Condor which it is exploring iselft; and two separate earn-in agreements with BHP and Anglo American on its Tarqui, and Pegaus A&B concessions. Luminex also holds several other early-stage Ecuadorian exploration concessions. In mining, management is always the key to increasing shareholder value. However, Luminex has something else that few if any mining concerns possess, long-term loyal committed   management. CEO Marshall Koval and SVP of Exploration Leo Hathaway have been working together since 2004 on a number of the Lumina Group's projects. During this time, they've helped return over $1.6 billion to shareholders and judging from this interview they have many more successes ahead of them. It's always a good idea to bet on the winners.  Company website: Stock Ticker Symbols: TSX.V LR OTC:LUMIF
08/05/2019m 21s

The More Things Stay the Same, The Great the Collapse - Dan Oliver #4764

The more things change the more they stay the same. There were 28 credit collapses in Mesopotamia and an early credit collapse in Greece. And thus the pattern was struck. Fast forward to present time and now we have the mother of all credit busts. Dan believes it was in the process of happening, back in September during the Repo crisis. There was too many assets floating around and too little cash to finance them. This led to the Fed to step up and prop up the markets with hundreds of billions. The Fed wasn’t going to let there be a deflationary depression. And there’s always one party who will borrow unlimited amounts of money and spend it as fast as possible, Uncle Sam. Dan likes junior miners because they generally have no debt. Their capital structures can be unbalanced but they aren’t generally debtors.
08/05/2026m 45s

FreedomFest Still a Go (for Now) - Mark Skousen #4763

For now FreedomFest is a go. We’ll know more next week. Mock-trial will be a debate about the pandemic response. So far 1100 people are signed up and there should be at least 2500 people attending. Mark is doing everything in his power to make the show happen. As a fellow libertarian and proponent of liberty, Mark is outraged by what he views as an unnecessary draconian measure. He's extremely concerned about the prospect of rampant inflation. Therefore, postponing FreedomFest is an absolute last resort. No matter what happens, we will be there.
07/05/2025m 47s

Is the Trend Your Friend? Danielle Park #4762

Is the trend bearish or is the decline behind us? The S&P rallied 35%, in line with prior bear market rallies. You can celebrate making back losses or try to figure out what’s going to happen next and avoid more losses. You should always remember that many of the talking heads are traders and they’re time horizon is much short than the average investors. Don’t get suckered. Timing is everything. We also discussed the appearance of millions of deferrals. People can't afford to pay their auto loans, mortgages and credit card bills. Creditor are only too happy to defer payments, but is that a solution? Eventually the debt will have to be payed back or defaulted upon or forgiven. Which one are we heading for?
07/05/2042m 48s

Dividend Cuts become the Norm - Eddie Ghabour #4761

With the sudden emergence of  the Coronavirus Pandemic, companies like GM are cutting their dividends. It's what they have to do to survive. While it was very clear, for very long that the stock market would eventually crash, no one foresaw a pandemic. When will the recovery take place and when is the best time to invest are two issues we discuss.
06/05/2017m 10s

Bankrupt Cities and States Won't Let This Crisis Go to Waste - John Rubino #4760

The people running states like New Jersey and cities like Chicago know they’re broke. Ridiculously generous public employee pensions – concocted by elected officials and union leaders who had to have understood that they were writing checks their taxpayers couldn’t cover – are bleeding them dry, with no political solution in sight. They also know that they have only two possible outs: bankruptcy, or some form of federal bailout. Since the former means a disgraceful end to local political careers while the latter requires some kind of massive crisis to push Washington into a place where a multi-trillion dollar state/city bailout is the least bad option, it’s safe to assume that mayors and governors – along with public sector union leaders – have been hoping for such a crisis to save their bacon. And this year they got their wish.
06/05/2038m 34s

Turbo-Charged Collapse - Ted Butler #4759

What has been going on with precious metals prices for the past decade? Much of the price is still dictated by the large traders on the Comex. Price discovery can only take place in a free market with equal representation of both the buy and sell side. What’s actually happening is that a hand-full of paper derivatives traders control the price and control the markets. This is a case of the tail wagging the dog. A few paper traders dictate to the real metal world, what the price will be. However, these large traders are in the process of losing their stanglehold over gold. Not so much for silver. It's still being held down by the big traders. The big players went short in gold a year ago and have been stuck on the short-side ever since. These large traders who’ve never taken a loss are out $6-7 billion. This indicates that they're losing control. JP Morgan is the exception, having broke ranks with the big traders. They have managed to slip out the back and go long. They’ve accumulated an incredible amount of physical gold and silver: 25 million ounces of gold for an unrealized profit of $12 billion, and 1 billion ounces in silver for which they have a small loss.
05/05/2025m 0s

Blue Angel Cheating Death at 1000mph - John Foley #4758

John Foley, is a former lead solo pilot of the Blue Angels. He says: This is an important mission because awe is a powerful human experience that unlocks a transformative state of mind. When we witness something larger than ourselves, it opens us up to unforeseen possibilities. In that heightened state of awareness, we see what others don't, and we have the confidence to take action. That's what we need in this world today.    He looks back at his Blue Angel years with incredible gratitude. He remembers the feeling of hope, inspiration and excitement that a flyover can bring to the crowds below. Amid the current crisis, the team is standing down from their normal show schedule, but they have found a way to share their "purpose larger than self" with a country in need. Safe in our homes, we can only imagine what it means to be on the front lines, but I believe it's within each of us to rise to the occasion, to collaborate and give back to those who are risking everything to keep us safe.    John shows you how the ability to confront fear and attain clarity could be just what you need to get through the tough times of today and prosper.
05/05/2022m 38s

Jimmy Dore, Krystal Ball and Cenk Uygur, are useless idiots and Bernie dupes - Triple Lutz Report #482

First off, is anyone really surprised about the Biden revelations?I’ve been saying for months that he would never be the nominee. The me too revelations have been planned for months, assuming Biden wouldn't voluntarily drop out. Special note to Jimmy Dore, Krystal Ball and Cenk Uygur, you are truly useless idiots and complete dupes and fools. It wasn't bad enough you got scammed by Bernie Sanders in 2016, but now yet again in 2020. How could you all possibly be that stupid. Whatever happened to fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.  More about the Coronavirus lockdown scam. The governors have no cojones, be they red or blue. Besides Brian Kemp that is and North Dakota governor Kristi Noem.  Depending upon your point of view Governor Gretchen Whitmer is either the Eva Braun of Michigan or the Comrade Bill DiBlasio Dr. Fauci is a deep stater and who knows what Dr. Birx is. The people are going to end the quarantine sooner rather than later. If the sheeeple are starting to rebel in the People's Republic of California, then it will happen all over, except maybe New York and New Jersey.  Why are we quarantining the well to protect the sick, it’s never been done before! Hats off to Elon Musk, my new libertarian hero for calling them out. Fascism and house arrest go hand in hand.  This is the biggest failure of Trump’s admin, but he will never pay the price, he was only following medical orders. If war is too important to be left to the generals then certainly pandemics are too critical to be left to the doctors!  Cuomo and Comrade diBlasio have blood on their hands. How could they ship Covid patients back to nursing homes only to infect other residents and cause mass death? What is their justification for this wanton act of gross negligence or perhaps intentional murder?  And to the NY TImes, you are a corrupt organ of the Dem Party. Your charts and graphs have been made purely to scare the public into compliance with draconian measures. The media has committed suicide. You might not have understood it before, as you attacked engaged in non-stop attacks on capitalism for the past 4-5 decades, but you are capitalist entities, dependent upon the success of your advertisers and the capitalist system as a whole. By panicking the public and the politicians, you caused a complete shutdown of the global economy. And guess what happened, you advertising revenues cratered leaving you near bankruptcy and a major casualty on the war on capitalism. Congratulations for being the economic morons that you obviously are.
04/05/2040m 56s

Pandemic Disaster Stories, Is the Cure Worse than the Disease? Carole Lieberman, MD #4757

It’s clearly a case of the so-called cure being worse than the disease. No doubt Covid 19 is a very serious virus, however, closing down the world economy and alienating everyone with social distancing and limited travel will have far worse consequences. People who required elective medical procedures will wind up having with incurable cancers and other diseases that could have been helped had they been treated timely. And the toll on the medical staff, doctors, nurses and technical staff has been severe. They often didn’t have proper protective gear and caught the virus themselves or spread it to others. Hopefully a sound analysis will be done and these problems will be remedied before the next pandemic hits.
04/05/2024m 4s

Mickey Fulp's Monthly Major Market Review (April 2020)

Stock markets recovered much of their March losses Dow up 11 to TSX.V up 21 percent. VIX or the fear index calmed down to 34.5. Currencies fairly flat for the month. 10 Year yield declined to .64. Bitcoin down up 38%. Gold fluctuated but closed 7% to 1687. Silver up 7.3% to 14.94. PT down 6%. PD down 16.5% for the month. Copper recovered 6.3% to 2.35. WTI declined another 8%. Brent 11%. Natgas up 18.9% to 1.95 per mm. Uranium up 25%.  Ratios: Au/Ag 112.9 - Pt/Au .45 -Pt/Pd .40 -WT/HH 9.7 and AU/WTI 89.5.
01/05/2021m 22s

How to Naturally Resist Covid 19 - Dr. Stephen Sinatra #4756

Dr. Stephen Sinatra is a highly respected cardiologist whose integrative approach to treating cardiovascular disease has revitalized patients with even the most advanced forms of illness. He came on to discuss: Coronavirus Treatment; Prevention, ways to become naturally resistant to the virus; Nutrients That Help Support Your Immune System Against Coronavirus, Cold and Flu. He gave 7 Reasons Why Exercise Is More Powerful than a Drug. How to Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally by Reducing Stress Dr. Sinatra’s expertise is grounded in more than 40 years of clinical practice, research, and study beginning as an attending physician at Manchester Memorial Hospital (Eastern Connecticut Health Network). His career there included nine years as chief of cardiology, 18 years as director of medical education, seven years as director of echocardiography, three years as director of cardiac rehabilitation, and one year as director of the weight reducing program. In 1987, Dr. Sinatra founded the New England Heart Center. Through it, he became a well-known advocate of combining conventional medical treatments for heart disease with complementary nutritional, anti-aging, and psychological therapies. Today Dr. Sinatra is active primarily as an author, speaker, and advisor for the research and development of nutritional supplements.
01/05/2027m 49s

China - US Conflict Brewing - Daria Novak #4755

It is incredibly important that the US get to the bottom of what transpired at the start of the corona virus outbreak, according to Secretary of State Michael Pompeo. He said that the Chinese Communist Party needs to “come clean” about how this all began in order to save lives going forward. “We need our scientists, our academics, our epidemiologists all to have access to the data, access to a sample of the virus, access to the places it might have come to.”  When asked by a reporter if Washington should rethink the US-China relationship Pompeo noted that there’s places that the US can work alongside China while there are other areas such as trade where there is unfair treatment. Pompeo pointed out that the State Department also is concerned about developments in the South China Sea where China is aggressively claiming territory beyond accepted international limits. He also pointed out that Huawei, a Chinese telecommunications company that is controlled by the Chinese Government, is courting countries around the world. The results, he said, is that American citizens’ data may be subjected to scrutiny by the Chinese Government if it crosses over the Chinese G5 network.
01/05/2024m 18s

Where to After Covid 19 - Richard Duncan #4754

Richard is in Thailand where the virus never took hold despite the fact that thousands of Chinese visited prior to the outbreak. Assuming the virus doesn’t return, we’ll be viewing this as one of the great economic experiment in history. In the US, credit growth has been the great driver of economic expansion. When credit growth slowed or ended, we saw recessions take hold. During 2008-09 credit growth slowed and the Great Recession ensued. Then the Fed reflated with asset inflation. Now we’re in a new paradigm. The virus has been a huge blow to the credit based economic growth cycle. The Fed is doing everything in its power to keep the credit bubble growing. What will it look like after the Virus? If we let everything collapse then the government’s debt will explode anyway. $5-10 trillion in new debt is coming. The Fed will have to underwrite it. Their balance sheet has expanded 52% in the past 6 weeks. What would happen it there’s no new inflation and the world doesn’t end? If not, we’re living in a new economic environment. It will be a brave new world. Make sure you take advantage of Richard’s special offer to MacroWatch, just use the code FACTS. And sign up
30/04/2032m 9s

It's Not a Quarantine, It's House Arrest! Karen Kataline #4753

As Karen says, we're seeing an attempt by petty tyrants to micromanage our lives. People are fed up and they're reaching their breaking point. What will push them over and cause a mass movement against the wannabe dictators. If they don't back off soon, they're going to find out shortly. The time for quarantining is over and it's time for everyone to open their businesses and get back to work.
30/04/2024m 8s

Covid 19, The Mother of All Click Bait - Jeffrey A. Tucker #4752

As editorial director at the American Institute of Economic Research, Jeff has been writing about the authoritarian response of the government to the Covid 19 crisis. He warned that the lockdowns were coming and he was totally correct. Now he believes that the backlash has begun. People are opening their businesses and resuming their lives without the blessing government. The political backlash is going to be even worse. Anyone who had any role in the lockdown is going to thrown out of office. Good riddance and thank you Jeff for sounding the alarm on these tyrants.
29/04/2026m 2s

The Bubbles are Bursting Everywhere - Gordon T. Long #4751

There are decades where nothing happens and there are weeks when decades happen. -Vladimir Lennin.  Everything Gordon and I have been talking about has come to fruition. The size and magnitude of the problem has been grossly understated. Oil companies, state and local government debt. Globally it’s even worse. 50-60 percent of S&P profits are coming out of the global economy. The forward PE is 20, higher than at the peak. Other than the US markets, everyone else’s are imploding. What we’ve seen in terms of monetary and fiscal policy is unprecedented. We’re attempting to bailout the world and it won’t end well. In the next stage we will lose confidence in the government and the currency. You can always count on politicians to print money and then getting it into the right hands. The PPP was a complete scam. The rats are deserting the ship.
29/04/2018m 48s

Oil, Oil, Oil! Subprime Auto Loans Pop! Real Estate Bust! John Rubino 4-28-20 #4750

Something was going to pop these bubbles and it just happened to be the Coronavirus. Oil crashed again to $12 per bbl. Diamond Offshore just went BK. Offshore drilling is super costly and their oil has no market. 27 oil tankers off the coast of Long Beach and even more off the coast of Singapore. We’re almost at the point where there’s no more storage capacity. Until we start driving and flying again real soon. Shale oil junk bonds are worthless. The oil producing countries have either cut spending dramatically or they have to borrow a ton of money that isn’t available. Money center banks, hedge funds and pension funds are going to see massive losses. It starts with oil and ends with Illinois. States will go bankrupt. Trump asked why we should bail out Blue States. The number of things that blow up become catastrophic. The Feds have no choice but to bail out everything and that’s the end of the dollar, as we know it. There’s not a hedge fund left after the big bang!
28/04/2025m 30s

Covid Job Crisis Explodes - Jonathan Bell #4749

New York Based - Attorney Jonathan Bell ( is a Labor and Employment Attorney and the Founder of Bell Law Group, PLLC. Jonathan Bell discusses: Coronavirus Job Losses Could Total 47 Million While Unemployment Rate May Hit 32% Potential Future Lawsuits Against Employers Over The Coronavirus What are three ways that Coronavirus may create lasting change at the workplace? How the Family and Medical Leave Act applies to the coronavirus  Companies' Legal Obligations Around Coronavirus Furlough Vs Fired And many other important topics.
28/04/2015m 15s

Of Pandemics and Financial Crashes - Bob Hoye #4748

It happened in London in 1665, the Black Death was taking a 20 percent die-off toll. In 1666 the great fire of London happened. Most homes were destroyed. In the 1550’s there was a credit shortage along with a touch of plague. According to Bob, the diseases don’t do the market in, the markets do themselves in. The economy was going to turn down with the stock market no matter what, and then Covid 19 came along. The entire event has provided another example of ambitious leftists trying to increase their power and doing immense economic damage in the process. You can expect gold prices to stay strong and gold mining profits will continue to be extremely healthy. We’re in for a great market for juniors. Silver will outperform gold as always. It's just a matter of time.
27/04/2039m 37s

No Evidence for Global Shutdown - Gerald Celente #4747

According to Gerald Celente the Covid 19 lockdown has been totally overblown and it has destroyed the global economy. One of the top trends for 2020 outline in the Trends Journal was New World Disorder, including much civil unrest throughout the world. Violence, poverty and corruption. They were rioting around the world because the economy was going down, fast. Car sales tanking worldwide. China, worst GDP growth in 30 years. The psychopathic politicians are driving the world back into the Stone Age. The pandemic models have been completely fraudulent. The deaths have been nowhere near what had been predicted. Don’t believe anything. The big question is will they ever open the economy up again?
24/04/2024m 0s

Coronavirus Peaked as Predicted - Dr. Gerard Lameiro #4746

When we last spoke with Gerard Lameiro several weeks ago he predicted that there was an 80 percent chance that the worst of the pandemic would pass sometime between April 15 to May 15. And it appears he was correct. While you might not read it in the New York Times, it does indeed appear that the worst is behind us. And now several states are reopening with more on the way. Let's see what happens next.
24/04/2028m 27s

Trump is no Churchill, or is he? Nick Adams #4745

Bold captains are required for rough seas. On the surface the two could not appear more different. Churchill was an amazing orator and Trump is an amazing tweeter. Churchill was a drinker and took afternoon naps. Trump is a teetotaler and hardly sleeps at all. They were both prepared to take advice from experts and advisors around them, however they always acted on their gut. In the end, both of them were always proven to be right. Both have been continually derided as being wrong and wreckless, however they were always right in the long run. And they each have their failings, as do all men. Does the man make the time or does the time make the man? Their life experiences and what they learned prepared them to be the right men for their time. And time will tell.
23/04/2018m 14s

Gold Again Reigns Supreme - Craig Hemke #4744

Craig Hemke and I have been warning you for many years that we would one day arrive at this point and here we are. $6 trillion in stimulus, oil trading at negative prices, people locked down in their homes and the global economy in shambles. 2008-09 was a dry run for what we are facing today. Gold stocks like Newmont and Barrack may be the only stocks with increased earnings. Perhaps mining companies should be buying energy futures as this is a major cost center for mining. There’s lots more here that you need to listen carefully to.
23/04/2030m 35s

What’s Next For the Global Economy? Danielle Park 4-22-20 #4743

Pretty much everything is falling apart. You’ve got oil in negative numbers, never happened before. You’ve got a large part of the planet still on lockdown and you’ve got central banks printing money like nobody’s business. Hopefully, there is an end in site, but how much longer can things go on before there’s a complete implosion. Danielle and I discuss what’s coming down the road and for many of us, it ain’t pretty. Be prepared and become debt-free. There are big changes coming to the economy and to all of our lives. Now’s the time to prepare.
22/04/2035m 13s

15 Percent Unemployment Coming - Danielle DiMartino Booth #4742

Danielle DiMartino Booth is truly a global thought leader on monetary policy, economics and finance. Her book FED UP: An Insider’s Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America provides an insider's perspective of the potential damage an overreaching, out of control Fed can do. We discussed the economic ramifications of what will be left in the wake of the Covid 19 pandemic. 15% unemployment is the tip of the iceberg. The situation is bleak and the Fed is doing everything wrong, as is the government. The stimulus dollars aren't finding their way to the people most in need. Are we past the point of solutions? What can we the people do about it? Interesting, troubling issues.
22/04/2030m 9s

Oil Goes to Nothing - John Rubino #4741

The price of oil hit negative numbers, a first. If you go to your local gas station will they pay you to fill your tank up. The first wave of major retail bankruptcies has started. Neiman Marcus (a/k/a needless mark-up) is expected to file shortly. The first of many. And commercial real estate is in the dumps. With bankruptcies and the shut down, no one is renting office space and companies will no doubt reduce their need after the lockdown is over. We're heading into uncharted waters now.
21/04/2028m 15s

Investing Will Never Be The Same - Jason Hartman #4740

Just when you thought it was safe to leverage up the hilts, the crash comes along. Now you need different strategies and techniques to survive and thrive in the months and years ahead. Everyone who still has any assets needs to completely relearn the keys to investing. That's what Jason and I intend to do. Please join us this Wednesday, April 22, 2022 at 5pm eastern/2pm pacific time. Just click here...
21/04/2031m 46s

What Good are Lockdowns - Dr. John Huber #4739

We don't have good data. We need to be doing random testing to get an exact idea of the extent of the pandemic. Dr. Huber believes that it's going to be researched more than Polio. Was the fear justified or not? A normal quarantine is when someone who is infected is isolated. Healthy people are not placed in quarantine, which is exactly what our government has done. When people are told they can go out, they're going out big, for their sanity. They'll shop brick and mortar and there will be a big bump. People are going to hit the road, bigly.
20/04/2024m 10s

A-hole Consulting is Breaking Records - Aaron Clarey a/k/a Captain Capitalism #4738

Our good friend Aaron Clarey a/k/a Captain Capitalism joined us. Unlike most small business people, he won't be applying for any stimulus checks. That's because the recent crash created a bumper crop of new clients for his A-hole Consulting. Because so many millennials have no solid role models and have no other place to turn to, Aaron has become a surrogate parent figure. They hardly remember 200-09 since they were so young, so now they're trying to figure what to do next. Perhaps there's hope.
20/04/2022m 42s

Huge Profits Coming from Precious Metals with $1700+ Gold - John Feneck #4737

John Feneck is now an unabashed gold bull. After gold’s recent move, breaking the $1700 pyschological resistance point, there’s good reason. He’s been involved in the sector for decades. He’s an authority on ETF’s and fully comprehends the current composition of the VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX). He believes that a metals portfolio must be balanced between majors, such as Newmont and juniors. They both offer amazing profit potential. Besides the monetary story, QE to Infinity or Death  - whichever comes first, there’s an incredible energy play as well. With energy prices at generational lows, the cost of digging an ounce of gold or silver out of the ground has plummeted. Mines are shut down all over the world, awaiting the passing of the Coronavirus. The story has never been more compelling than now.    John began his career in 1992 as an equity analyst on the Merrill Lynch global allocation fund (MALOX). From 1993-2019, John was a senior executive for Mutual Fund and ETF providers, spending most of his career at Merrill Lynch Funds (now Blackrock) and JP Morgan Chase Funds. He was ranked #1 in both gross and net sales once at Merrill Lynch and three times at JP Morgan Chase (out of 40 senior executives.) John has conducted over 250 seminars and has been part of an investment roundtable at 4 global events. He has also been a contributor to Live Gold Prices | Gold News And Analysis | Mining News | KITCO .
17/04/2034m 35s

Welcome to the AOC Economy - David Erfle #4736

Modern Monetary Theory has won out, AOC should be thrilled. The theory basically purports that we can have it all and don't worry about hyperinflation or currency collapses, can't happen here. And that's why gold and silver miners are going to take off to the moon. With $1700+ gold, it's just a matter of time till the juniors get rediscovered and capital gets redeployed. Keep your eye on the GDX.
17/04/2027m 18s

Real Estate in the Age of Covid 19 - Debbie Bloyd #4735

According to noted mortgage specialist Debbie Bloyd, real estate closings are still taking place and while it's very difficult to shop for a home, especially if it's owner-occupied, there are some people who have to move and find a new place. Obviously, how much longer the lockdown continues will have a major bearing on the market. Debbie warns all to be careful about applying for a mortgage payment deferral. You need to know repayment terms and while it shouldn't negatively affect your credit score, you need to check to be absolutely certain. There's other traps that we go into in depth. Take a listen.
16/04/2020m 51s

Will We Ever Go Back to Normal? Matt Nye #4734

The country has been in lockdown for nearly 1 month. Has it helped, well of course the politicians think so, they've seen their power increase and they get to make pronouncements not based upon any law or reason. How much longer will it go on? At the first sign of a lessening of the lock-down, people will leave their homes en-masse and that will be the end of it.
16/04/2024m 8s

Bad Earnings Equals Higher Stock Prices - Nick Santiago #4733

On Nick's radar today: 1. Earnings season has begun with earnings from JPM, JNJ, and WFC. Earnings season will continue for the next 4 to 5 weeks. Nick doesn't think the numbers will matter much due to the recent shutdown. Tomorrow we get more financial stocks reporting such as Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Charles Schwab, Citibank, PNC, U.S. bancorp & United health. Earnings season is very cloudy and very bad. JPM is backing off and Nick believes it’s a potential buy within the next week and believes it could it hit $110. He’s looking for an additional pullback. JPM is the leader of the pack. Goldman’s earnings are due out tomorrow and it's looking good on the chart. Could pop to $205.  2. Oil is trading lower again this morning. It will be important to watch the pattern this week for a possible setup. It’s been week since the OPEC cut and crude has been down. It has not given a buy signal yet. When it does Nick will be on the long side. Interesting pattern with small risk and large potential gain. Look for it to hit $30 and then $36.  3. Gold is in an uptrend, but it is extended at this stage. Nick thinks it needs to pull back at his point of the game.  For today silver is up 4%. It’s chart is looking very strong and has increased gradually. The real test is $17.50 to $18.00. Then it’s on to $20 and then the mid $20’s.  Member Inquiry 1. Hershey (HSY): I'm going to put 6% of my portfolio in HSY, if the price drops to $120. Nick believes that $130 could be a good entry point.  2. Stanley Black & Decker (SWK): I'm going to put 4% of my portfolio in SWK, if the price drops to $100. Nick likes it at that level and would place a stop at $80.  SWK chart is on the screen now. Here's Nick's analysis of the stock. This chart explains the natural ebb and flow of how equities move higher. Here is a recent chart of SWK. Notice how the stock rallied up from the March 23rd bottom, then it stalled and retraced from March 26th to April 1st under it's 20-day moving average. It then started to move higher into the $120.00 level on April 9th.
15/04/2028m 12s

Stimulus Help Starts Arriving - Joshua Jensen (JJ the CPA) #4732

Great news! According to Joshua Jensen a/k/a JJ the CPA, the stimulus is starting to arrive. It's amazing to think the US Government can give away hundreds of billions in such a short period of time, but they're actually doing it. Let's hope it provides a lifeline to small businesses across the country. JJ give the latest updates on all the various stimulus programs being doled out now and how you can get your piece of it. Don't be too proud or humble, even if you think you don't need it, apply for it and if things turn out great, you can always give it back. Lot's of great actionable intelligence here.
15/04/2038m 25s

Real Estate Bust Coming to Neighborhood Near You - John Rubino #4731

JP Morgan has stopped making business loans and they’ve tightened up their mortgage lending standards to at least a 700 credit score and 20 percent down. No doubt other banks will follow. It’s reminescent of the their move last year when they completely pulled out of the repo market overnight. Gold coincidentally rose $22 per ounce while we were speaking. Not a bad move for a monday.
14/04/2027m 33s

Is it Possible to Crash-Proof Your Portfolio - RC Peck #4730

RC Peck says yes. While we can't know the future, we certainly can expect cycles to repeat themselves with regularity and RC is helping to educate people so they don't see their portfolios get whip-sawed, which is what always happens during market disruptions. It happens over and over again, you zig when you should zag and zag when you should zig. RC's system could be the cure.
13/04/2022m 15s

Getting Ready for the Stock Market Retest of Lows - Jim Welsh #4729

Jim Welsh says get ready for the market retest. Stocks have been heading higher. It’s not unusual to a substantial rally after a market crash. We’ll see how long it takes to get America back to work. What will people do after the pandemic ends? It will take longer for life to get back to normal than expected. Q1 and Q2 will show awful numbers, but the market has probably factored that in. It will also depend upon treatment options and their effectiveness.
10/04/2019m 37s

Globalism and Leftism Headed Down the Drain - Dr. Steve Turley #4728

Globalism, Leftism and the mainstream media are truly headed down the tubes. Amazing what a pandemic will do. We're no longer fixated on transgender athletes and who should be able to use what restroom. It's on to important business. The MSM's latest fake Trump news borders on the absurd. It seems that Trump and his family trusts own shares in a mutual fund that owns shares in a big pharma company that makes Hydroxychloroquin (a drug showing promising results in treating Covid 19). From that twisted bit of logic, Trump has been pushing the drug because he will profit from it. His actual indirect interest in the company is between $99 to $15,000: hardly a potential windfall. Maybe his interest is because the drug actually appears to be helpful in treating the Coronavirus. Who would have ever believed that?  Will Joe Biden make it to the virtual Democrat convention? Steve believes that it's virtually impossible to kick Biden off the ticket at this late date. I'm betting that a bathtub accident takes him out. What do you think?
09/04/2037m 10s

Watch Gold, Watch Gold, Watch Gold, Watch Gold - Gary Wagner #4727

Gary Wagner and I speak for a while, but to sum it all up, gold is going much much higher. Keep watching it as it goes up and up, or maybe even buy some while you're at it. And don't forget silver because it's going up too!
09/04/2024m 52s

Is the Worst Yet to Come? Danielle Park #4726

Global markets have rebounded from the massive crash that took place over the past weeks. Is it a genuine recovery or just a major SnapBack rally? Danielle, reviewing market history, believes it’s latter and not the former. We’ve seen these rebound rallies many times before and they generally peter out after around a 50 percent retracement. Let’s see if this one really is different. Perhaps with the imminent of the coronavirus pandemic, things will go back to some semblance of normal, but don’t count on it.
08/04/2025m 22s

Cannabis is an Essential Industry - Mike Pachan #4725

In Colorado the Cannabis Industry big business and has been determined to be essential. It’s a massive part of the economy and one of the top drivers of tax revenue. A significant part of the population is engaged in health and wellness directly tied to the industry. In 10 years, medical and recreational cannabis have become essential to the state’s economic well-being.  What is vital and what’s not? It’s a fluid situation. Things will be changing in the coming month. Be ready!
08/04/2015m 8s

Debtors Begin Mass Defaults - John Rubino #4724

Argentina defaults on its debt for a change. Housing market implodes. While many of us working at home haven’t felt the full brunt of the quarantine, those who have to go to a physical job there’s risk involved. Housing isn’t the epicenter of the collapse this time, it’s more collateral damage. Houses are not a substitute for savings. Second homes will become a luxury that few can afford. Most people are used to bubble market prices and that’s about to change. And Airbnb hosts are in real trouble, no one is traveling or going on vacation. No one wants to go into a stranger’s house right now.
07/04/2028m 30s

Covid 19 Response Working - Sally Pipes #4723

The private sector has stepped up to the plate. New tests, vaccines and drugs are being tested and approved very quickly. There’s been some success with Hydroxychloroquine and Chloroquine. Many private companies are working night and day to find treatments and vaccines. Many companies are stepping up to the plate to provide needed supplies and protective products to the public. Often the government is slowing it down or denying access to drugs in life or death situations. How are countries with Medicare for All systems working, not well in Spain and Italy. California hasn’t seen its cases explode yet. Probably because of its spread out nature and lack of mass transit.
07/04/2018m 17s

Beware of ETFs - Run Do Not Walk Away Now - Avi Gilbert #4722

Individuals need to be very wary of ETFs. We’re just getting a taste over what will be happening during the next decade. What started out as wonderful convenient way to invest in the market has turned into something completely different. Avi believes they should only be used as trading vehicles, not to be held long term. And when it comes to the leveraged ETFs forget about it. They’re designed to go to zero. Avi is also very bullish on silver and gold, for obvious reasons. Oil will remain in the duldrums but expect a snap-back rally. Lots more here for investors of any level of sophistication.
06/04/2017m 16s

Emergency Financial Survival Briefing with Heather Havenwood and Kerry Lutz

The Stimulus Package was signed in to law on March 28, 2020. If you're a Small Business owner, Independent Contractor, Freelancer, Sole Proprietor - The 2020 CoronaVirus Stimulus Package could be a lifesaver! Here is the link to go and get ALL of the Resources we have put together === Make sure you get at least the $10,000 COVID-19 ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOAN APPLICATION ==== go to this video to learn how to apply for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Application ===== Heather Havenwood (Like A Boss Podcast and Influencer Tribe) and I recorded this special briefing for you. Welcome to your emergency financial survival briefing. Please watch and share this with other people in your community and small businesses. Small businesses, really are the health and the breathing mechanism of America today. It's extremely important that we insure that as many as possible survive. There's a lot of things that got passed in the stimulus package, but much of it still isn't well known. It wasn't just a blank check. There are different tiers for different businesses and governments. There's state, there's federal and SBA. There's literally different things. There's emergency loans, there's emergency grants. And so much so over the last what three days, Kerry you and I had been scouring the internet. You had the audacity to read the bill Cray Cray. You are, but that's who you are. So what we're doing is he's going to be going into the details of these different kinds of packages. I'm not going to call them loans because some are some art, some are grants, some are just gifts of the government. And there's a lot of um, a confusion out there. Even lawyers and accountants don't really exactly know what's going on. So we explained to you who Kerry Lutz is. So he's a financial guy now. Absolutely. That's, that's what we're here to do. I'm actually willing to having a phone call here in a couple of hours with a doctor, an MD who's got a general practice in San Antonio, and he was referred to me, but my other friend who's a doctor, he's like, please help them. You know? Um, so everyone's freaked out. And the, the challenge with all of that is that, uh, there's a lot of misinformation happening. You know, the end of the day, this, some news package just was signed on Friday, late Friday actually. information is still being brought out. As you know, Kerry I walked, went to three banks today, uh, to talk about one particular a loan program that was talked about in, in the Congress, the bill and all the bankers are like, we don't know what you're talking about. So there's just a lot of information. Our job here today is to help you as much as we possibly can. All right, so let's kind of dive in. My job is to keep a macro view on it and Kerry going to dive in a lot to the minutia. So let's start with the individuals. You know, what's in it for the individual who's not business? It is the $1,200, is that right, Kerry? Yup. Basically $1,200 if you're a married couple and you're under a certain income level, generally $75,000 each, then you'll each get 1200 and then $500 each for each dependent that's listed on your tax return. So it could be a substantial amount of money for a married couple. My partner business partner, he's got six children and a wife. So he's Yeah, small down payment. Okay. So we're quickly though on that cause something I learned last night, you and I are talking about if you, you need to make sure that you have to file your 2018 Taxes, correct? That is correct. There's no, you can't really tell whether it's going to tie it up or not, but they're going to base these payments on 2018 on your return. Heather, it wouldn't surprise me if it goes out early next week. I've never seen the government move as quickly on anything. when I was in New York and nine, 11, we had all these programs and they took months to get and and so New York might actually have an advantage here because they still have that infrastructure in place for their grants and loans that took place after nine 11. These programs can work for you. There are programs in this bill that will help you. Gig economy, financial contractors. I'm pursuing, I'm a, I'm a, I'm a consultant basically, right? I'm a one person employee. I have people that work for me, but they're all contractors. Uh, I thought for sure I'm not going to get anything. And uh, last night I, uh, along with Kerry, we filled out information to get a $10,000, what do you calls all loan? $10,000.
03/04/2047m 23s

Stimulus Bill Will Help Small Business Stay Afloat - Karl Gibbons #4721

Karl M. Gibbons is quite optimistic about the future of small business. He believes that the government is giving the economy the lifeline that it needs and it's doing it very quickly.  His company is Third Eye Management in Florida and intends to help with the effort. He is a serial entrepreneur who created and sold four multi-million dollar businesses by the age of 40. He founded Third Eye Management in 1988. Gibbons merges timeless principles of success with leading-edge technologies to accelerate achievement.  He regularly works with clients to achieve growth, build business teams and recession-proof businesses.
03/04/2014m 52s

Mickey Fulp's Monthly Major Market Review (March 2020) Special Post-Crash Edition

What can you say about March as the global economy shut down purportedly due to the dreaded Wuhan Coronavirus.  Stock markets further imploded from February down 20 to 35 percent. VIX or the fear index closed at 53.5 but went over 80. Currencies fairly flat for the month after a large rise and then fall in the USD. Looney and Aussie $ killed. 10 Year yield hits another all time low of .70 going down to .33. Bitcoin down another 21%. Gold fluctuated but closed out at .5 percent to 1577. Silver down another 16% to 13.93. PT down 16%. PD down 8% for the month. Copper down a massive 12.2% to 2.21. Energies totally destroyed yet again. WTI/Brent down 55/55%. Natgas down 2.4% to 1.64 per mm. Uranium up 8.6% after widespread mine closures.   Ratios: Au/Ag 113.2 - Pt/Au .46 -Pt/Pd .32 -WT/HH 12.5 and AU/WTI an insane 77. Crazy numbers make for crazy markets and insane investors.
02/04/2023m 51s

Staying Healthy in the Age of Covid 19 Coronavirus - Dr Luiza Petre #4720

Dr. Luiza Petre joined us today for a discussion about the pandemic and why it's so important to keep your weight under control and stay healthy, for exactly this type of situation. She is a Board Certified Cardiologist and Weight Management specialist with extensive training and experience. She volunteers as a house doctor of the New York Philharmonic, so she understands how disease gets spread and how best to prevent it.
02/04/2014m 54s

Losing $50 Million was a Great Start - Rod Khleif #4719

In 2008, just before the crash, Rod Khleif was on top of the world. His net worth was increasing daily and he figured he'd never have to work again. He had an amazing home and all the trappings of success. But was he really successful? It took the 2008-09 crash to teach Rod what real success is. Unfortunately, he had to lose $50 million to find it. But he's come back now better than ever. Listen to Rod's story.
01/04/2025m 30s

Getting Past the Coronavirus Pandemic and Success in Life - Beate Chelette #4718

Beate Chelette is an incredibly impressive entrepreneur. As she puts it, "My life has been one disaster after another." But this has worked to her advantage. Now she helps Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners set up their businesses properly and achieve their growth goals in a systematic and simple way. Beate Chelette created The 5-Star Success Blueprint that reveals the exact steps business owners need to follow when they want to grow, build, and scale their businesses. It is proven to work. This is the very same system Beate used that resulted in selling her business to Bill Gates for multi-millions in 2006.
01/04/2026m 8s

The Crisis is Escalating - John Rubino - Coronavirus Induced Collapse Picks Up Speed #4717

It seems like this crisis has been going on forever now. To think that just a few short weeks ago everything was relatively normal. And now, the economy has been stopped dead in its tracks and we're all sitting home wondering when it will be over. But the worst of the economic turmoil hasn't even hit us. The government is busy with helicopter and we're about to see the first installment. What will this mean for gold, the Dollar and fiat currencies in general? And as we stated, Joe Biden was merely a placeholder candidate who's replacement appears, for now, to be NY Governor Andy Cuomo. Just according to the script. We'll have to see when the much anticipated global reset will take place.
31/03/2036m 28s

China's Open but the Rest of the World is Closed - Daniel Joseph #4716

Was there a global overreaction to the Coronavirus. Probably yes and for good reason. Shutting down the global economy was probably not necessary, but what were the options. Deaths are increasing but they're not to the point of a mass die-off. Isn't easier to protect the most vulnerable people, then to quarantine the healthy. It will be interesting to see where we go as we move further ahead and as we learn more about the virus.
31/03/2021m 48s

This Time Really is Different - Jordan Roy Byrne #4715

The moves in the gold market during the past month have been insane. We’ve seen a false breakout, a crash and then a false breakdown. It all comes down to where you close the period. The fact that gold rallied back to its pre-crash peak is quite encouraging. It recovered all of its losses and got back to its previous point. Therefore, that’s reason for great optimism. While the volatility has made it difficult to get a bead on the market's direction, the trend remains upward. Jordan says it could still go a bit lower, but after the retest it will likely head much much higher.
30/03/2025m 16s

Student Loan Repayments Put on Hold - Sam McElroy #4714

Student loan borrowers can suspend payments for 60 days without interest Borrowers with federal student loans will be able to pause their payments for two months without interest accruing, President Donald Trump and the Education Department said Friday. The move is an effort to help those financially affected by the spread of the coronavirus. Trump had announced last week the government would waive interest on federally held loans last week, but few details had been available. The suspension will be in effect for at least 60 days, and it started on March 13. "Right now, everyone should be focused on staying safe and healthy, not worrying about their student loan balance growing," said Education Secretary Betsy DeVos in a news release. "I commend President Trump for his quick action on this issue, and I hope it provides meaningful help and peace of mind to those in need.”Colleges have gone online:In two weeks, the future of college has become uncertain, thanks to coronavirusBorrowers will have to contact their loan servicers to request the pause in payments. It's unclear how quickly those agencies will be able to respond to those requests.Those who still want to make their payments can do so. The payment in that case would be applied directly to the principal balance, which may allow some borrowers to pay off their loan more quickly. Those in the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program who have to make 120 payments before their loan is forgiven may also be interested in continuing to make payments, the release said. College student loans: Debt hits a new high in 2018, though growth slows, as free tuition plans spread The department also authorized suspension of automatic payments for borrowers more than 31 days delinquent as of March 13, or anyone who becomes 31 days delinquent. Pausing loan payments is one of the many financial measures lawmakers have considered to ease the financial burden caused by the coronavirus. Some Senate Democrats have proposed that the Education Department be authorized to make payments on borrowers' loans. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's plan called for a pause for three months and would give DeVos the ability to suspend payments for an additional three months on top of that.
30/03/2022m 51s

Best Explanation of the Wuhan Virus Scam Totally Exposed - Dr. Ted Noel #4713

If you’re like us you’ve been sitting around with nothing else to do other than to contemplate the global economic disaster that we’re currently enduring. Is it a deep state plot, an act of utter incompetence by our leaders or just a bunch of well intentioned pointy headed bureaucrats in over their heads? It really doesn’t matter which. This disaster has been completely mishandled from the get-go. So says noted retired critical care physician, Dr. Ted Noel, the time for quarantines was when the Coronavirus was first discovered by China. According to study, the disease could have been halted in its tracks if China had done the right, which of course they didn’t. It was a simple matter of quarantining Wuhan and the surrounding areas. Once 10’s of thousands of Chinesetravelers were allowed to leave Wuhan, the entire world became infected. The virus was out in the wild, as Dr. Noel observed.  At that point the best thing for governments and health specialists to do, was to reverse quaranntine those in the vulnerable segment. Theh infection rate had already gone full hockey stick and there was no way to stop it. The good news, however, is that the virus is extremely suceptible to heat and humidity as numerous studies have shown. This will result in a dramatic cessation come spring and summer.  Most people are actually immune to the virus, as high as 80 percent, as we discovered from the infection rates experienced on the Diamond Princess Cruise Ship. Tee actual death rate was 1 percent, likely increased by ineffective medical treatment on the ship.  The problem in Italy and NYC is that their medical systems were socialized and therefore and inadequate to the task. An administrator gets to play G-d. His decision determines who will live and who will die. This is the best presentation to date on the topic.  Make sure you leave comments below or write us at
27/03/2034m 17s

Get Ready for the New Normal - Dr. Rana Al-Falaki #4712

Dr. Rana Al-Falaki --- Women’s Empowerment Expert, says that,  "The nation’s newest New Normal is still taking shape, but the confusion and uncertainty over what lies ahead in efforts to contain the Coronavirus is escalating anxiety levels in ways that are unprecedented." To help combat anxiety and depression around the crisis, self-care is going to be critical. This includes deep breathing, healthy eating and exercise, and most importantly – a POSTIVE MINDSET. However, none of this will be easy during a pandemic.
27/03/2023m 9s

Imagine if They Threw a Pandemic and Nobody Showed Up - Dr. Elaina George #4711

Amazing how there’s no data on how many people actually recover. The flu kills far more people than the Coronavirus. We’re getting information from the media that supports a narrative. There is a bright spot. The quinine based drugs appear to be effective. Why is the NHI holding back. They already have a 2005 study that shows these drugs effective against Coronaviruses. Government has been completely ineffective in its response. We need to get off our partisan stool. Government is not working for the people.
26/03/2027m 5s

A Complete Financial and Moral Collapse - Danielle Park #4710

If you haven’t noticed, the world is a complete mess. $5 trillion in stimulus is coming down the pike. The so-called experts have led us down the path of ruin. It’s up to the individual to steer clear and survive. In the past 20 years, this is the third massive liquidity event. The fire sales are about to begin. Stock market losses shouldn’t effect your burial plans. More saving and less spending is the key. Perhaps we’ll see a change for the better in business and in society.
26/03/2023m 29s

Highest Grade Silver Mine Around - Kevin Drover

Kevin Drover is so motivated to get Aurcana Corporation's silver mine producing that he's moving to Colorado, down the street, to personally oversee its operations. Unlike many in the industry, Kevin started out as a lowly miner and has worked every position until becoming a CEO. He has devoted substantial personal assets to the company. Aurcana acquired Ouray Silver Mines Inc. which owns the Revenue-Virginius poly-metallic mine in Ouray, Colorado in December, 2018. Grades run as high as 37 ounces per ton of silver through narrow veins. Even at today's depressed silver prices, this mine is a money maker. With a little cooperation from the markets, this could be a runaway success.  A new mill was built in 2011 and the mine was last operated in 2015 before being placed on care and maintenance. Since 2015 more than $20 million has been invested in technical work on the asset. In June 2018 and updated feasibility study was completed and the mine is fully permitted for immediate production. And now the capital is being raised and production could be just months away.
25/03/2023m 7s

Is Coronavirus a National Security Threat? - Brian Boyd #4709

The coronavirus continues to spread. It has hit U-S bases worldwide and, in some cases, has diminished America's capacity to defend our interests around the globe. But how bad is it? "Whenever an outside entity invades a military operation - or changes what it is we need to do - there is reason for concern," says long time Intelligence, Counter Terrorism Expert and former Green Beret Brian Boyd (see short bio below). Another major concern is that the military may not have an adequate supply of coronavirus testing kits at installations overseas, especially in the U.S. Central Command area of operations. In fact, several U.S. military exercises have been canceled or significantly scaled back to prevent the spread of the virus. So what happens next and are our interests in danger?
25/03/2020m 42s

The Demise of all Fiat Currency - European Banking Crisis Coming - Alasdair McLeod #4708

Print, print, print and print still more. Italy, Germany, France and Spain are all throwing money at the problem. The aftermath is going to be that economies will be failing all over the place. The credit cycle was turning down when the pandemic hit. And now the solution to create new money and credit. We were just about to fall off the cliff and along came the Coronavirus. Businesses no longer have clients willing to buy their produce unless they’re supplying essentials. The dollar is central to the entire system. Within a month there will be a banking crisis in Europe. That will be remedied by money printing.  In the US the supply chain has been interupted. Payments are not flowing. This has a cascading effect. It’s enormous, it’s bigger than GDP. This is having a major negative impact upon total production and this will result in bankruptcies. Banks will reduce their lending to lower risk. The money coming from the Fed must help the payment streams and solve the credit contraction problem. There will come a point when it becomes practical for a country to back its currency with gold. It must have a credible currency and must get it’s financial house in order. You cannot have a gold standard and be running a deficit. It cannot be done.
25/03/2042m 57s

The Global Economic System is in Shambles - John Rubino  #4707

It was always going to happen, the catalyst was the shock. Who would have thought a pandemic would trigger the global financial collapse. Early Monday morning the Fed announced the largest QE program in history. It’s unlimited, literally infinite. Free money is on it’s way. Helicopter money is on its way. Free money is coming to you soon. There’s time to wait to get it right. The people in charge are the Herbert Hoovers of our day. They have unlimited funny money to play around with. Just hit a key and the money shows up. The money itself is meaningless. There’s a point at which the money being dumped into the economy will affect the value of the currency. We’re getting there.  If you’ve raised a lot of cash and it’s just sitting there, you’ve got to be thinking about inflation. Some of that cash is going to flow into precious metals. People sold everything to get their hands on cash and now some of that cash is flowing back into gold and silver.
24/03/2029m 6s

DiBlasio is a Moron - Frank Vernouccio #4706

Comrade DiBlasio is a complete imbecile. He refused to close the schools and refused to order additional supplies. He wanted to imprison people in their own homes. At the same time he wants to release prisoners from jail. He’s more concerned about the criminals than the honest citizens. During the 1980’s when the Soviet Union was stationing war materials, Comrade D was all in favor. The teachers were munitying against him and then he finally had to close the schools. And it’s all Trump’s fault. The politics are completely out of hand. An emergency such as the one we are facing should bring people together and politics shouldn’t get in the way.
24/03/2012m 5s

Stop the Bailouts Now - TLR #481

As usual, the American Taxpayer is getting the short end of the bail-out stick. The taxpayer won’t be paying the tab for the latest round of corporate welfare transfer payments. Since we’re already running trillion-plus deficits, the currency holders, savers and bond holders who will pick up the eventual tab, after seeing their asset ravaged by inflation and all of society. And for what? Flashback to 2008, when the nation’s banks and investment houses were caught flat-footed by the mortgage meltdown, a crisis of their own making. They were given trillions in cash with virtually no strings attached. Large portions of the bailout went towards bonuses for these unworthy titans of finance.
23/03/208m 20s

Three Blind Mice & Coronavirus Induced Financial Insanity - Scott McLean #4705

Scott’s radio show is Financial Insanity and that is exactly what’s happening now. The Market’s collapse has taken us back to May 2017. This is how today’s financial advisor sends your money to a mousetrap. From 1899 to 1921 the market went nowhere. When the PE shows 30, it’s time to head for the exits. This is the time to do something. From the year 2000 to now the stock market is only up 96%. Insurance would have done much better. It's never too late to get your financial house in order.
20/03/2018m 55s

Coronavirus Induced Bear Market - Chris Vermeulen #4704

Chris says money is moving just like it has in the past 5 panics. This is normal technical behavior in this type of market. There will be a huge move when money comes back into the stock market within several weeks. This will mark the first bounce in the bear market. All the countries of the world are pumping and dumping money into their economies. Eventually the music will come to an end. Dumping trillions may work out well but maybe not. Whatever happens, it’s going to be a major plus for precious metals and mining stocks.
19/03/2036m 28s

Osino Resources - Fully Funded for Success - Heye Daun

Heye Daun, CEO of Osino Resources, is very confident that he's found another major gold deposit. He's already founded and sold off two companies and it looks like he's well on his way to a third. This project is on the same belt as the last company, so Heye is feels good that he will achieve similar results. 7 of the first 8 holes came up positive. It's a huge district scale project that could be something very special. Heye believes that it will eventually become a producing gold mine. Best of all, after the recent over-subscribed financing, Osino is fully funded for 2020 and the better part of 2021. So now Heye can do what he does best, drill and find massive deposits of gold. And Namibia, while located in Africa, is extremely stable and mining friendly. All the pieces are in place for an incredible success.
19/03/2016m 47s

Success Without Failure - (SexyBoss) Heather Havenwood

SexyBoss Heather Havenwood has recently been looking for a life coach. She's ended her relationship with several and wants someone who will just give her the truth and not offer soothing words and reassurances. Evidently not an easy task. As anyone who's ever pursued a career knows, you're going to have to endure a certain amount of failure to achieve success. Any other way and you'll wind up with microwaved pizza. Looks like the real thing until you bite into it. There's a lot of wisdom here and the SexyBoss knows from whence she speaks.
19/03/2036m 17s

Crisis de Jour - Dr. Gerard Lameiro #4702

The Wuhan Coronavirus should be over between April 15 to May 15 of this year, according to Dr. Gerard Lameiro. In the end it won’t have any affect on the outcome of the election, President Trump will be re-elected. And further to that point, neither Joe Biden nor Bernie Sanders will be the candidate. Dr. Lameiro predicts that Trump will get 42% of the Black vote and therefore Michelle Obama will be the nominee. We’ll agree to disagree on this one. I believe PA Governor Tom Wolfe or MN Governor Tim Waltz. Let’s see what happens next.
18/03/2023m 56s

Coronavirus Stress Syndrome - Dr. Carole Lieberman MD #4703

The outbreak of the Wuhan Coronavirus has led us to a complete panic. Everyone is thinking of social distancing and there is a point to it. But scientists have been disagreeing about how long the virus will last on a surface and other vital info about it. We need to be washing our hands regularly to sleep well, exercise and eat well.
18/03/2025m 24s

Fake Epidemic Brought on by Fake News - Martin Armstrong #4701

The current situation is similar to the height of Yellow Journalism, which brought on the Spanish American War. Less than 8,000 people worldwide who have died and of course those the numbers will go up. Only 200k people worldwide have the actual virus. Over 600k die annually from the flu, 500k in the US from smoking every year. And we’re shutting down the world. The economic damage will be profound. The bulk of the economy is small business and they’re not getting any bailout. Many of them will be pushed over the edge. Flu season takes place during cold weather, not warm. There’s empty hospital beds now in China and South Korea. The real question is will it reoccur next winter.  What about the damage to the stock market? Martin’s model shows the decline starting in January 2020. This crash will be a combination of 2008 nad 1998. This is what a liquidity crisis looks like. Same with the repo crisis, banks won’t lend to other banks. Europe is refusing to do any bailouts. This isn’t QE, it’s providing liquidity to a market that no one else will lend to.  Eventually the market will bounce. It will go to new highs in the years ahead. This is a lack of confidence in government. The worst thing the Fed could have done was cut rates to zero. It was all out of ammo and the markets called its bluff. The resulting decline undermined confidence the Fed and all of government. Similar to what caused the gold advance of the 1980’s. What's next, will we start tipping waiters in toilet paper?  This will eventually lead to a major advance in gold, not yet but it’s lurking out there. Negative interest rates won’t work. Look at Europe. They have to kill the market to save it.  Martin talks about his meeting with Trump at Mar a Lago. He commends Trump for having the ability to change his mind and change course. Trump still doesn’t know whom he will actually run against. We’re far better off with Trump than anyone else. We’re currently heading into a major monetary crisis. They never let a good crisis go to waste.  They’re pushing very hard to eliminate currency under the guise of preventing the Coronavirus and other diseases. The difference between the US and Europe, US currency issued since the founding is still legal tender. Europe cancels it’s currency at whim. They claim that this will end bank runs and eliminate cash hoarding, or so the thinking goes. Trump won’t go for it. What comes after Trump, who knows?  Stock Market will be in the doldrums for a while to come. We might go down the 1st week of April with a test of the 19,000 level. Big risk is going into the end of the quarter. There will be continued liquidation. Cash is king, regardless what Bridgewater has to say about it. The business cycle always wins. Eventually people will see that government doesn’t have the power to be Santa Claus to everyone. After the 1st week of April, things should calm down. Martin believes that the press should be investigated. A repeat of Hurst and Pulitzer in the early 1900's.   We’re heading back over 30,000 and the long term hasn’t changed. A test of 40,000 is likely by 2024 and by the time we end the cycle in 2032 the Dow could be 65,000. But what of the US Dollar
17/03/2028m 0s

Gold Will Take Off (Eventually) - Bob Hoye #4700

Noted economic historian Bob Hoye joined us for a recap of the latest meltdown. As the saying goes, "There's nothing new under the sun." Bob has studied every credit bust in known history. There's a lot to be learned from the past. For instance, during a credit bust, the reserve currency experiences an increase in its purchasing power. And, gold mining stocks do extremely well because energy and other costs head south. Base metal mines do poorly, leading to a decrease in byproduct production of precious metals. Bob is extremely bullish on precious metals, once the current lows are retested but fail to go lower. Interesting times.
17/03/2033m 54s

Cashing in on Volatility - Jerremy A. Newsome #4699

Author, Advisor, Investing Guru Jerremy A. Newsome is on a mission to enrich lives with mentally liberating education. Since the age of seven, he has been fascinated with investing and growth and even convinced his father to match his investment deposit for some Apple stock back in 1995, which would be worth $14,000,000. His passion for helping others enrich their lives through investing led him to found Real Life Trading in 2014. This starting point has allowed him to assist and enrich tens of thousands of lives while also growing the company organically to a seven figure business. In November 2014, Jerremy Alexander Newsome launched Real Life Trading, a company designed to make trading accessible to everyone. This starting point has allowed him to assist and enrich tens of thousands of lives while also growing the company organically to a seven figure business. Jerremy started his love for business and growth at the age of seven, after watching the movie Forrest Gump with his family. Do you remember the scene, where Forrest said, “Lt Dan invested in some fruit company and now we don’t have to worry about money any more.”? Growing up dirt poor, the thought of never having to worry about money seemed appealing. He asked his father to explain investing and his father taught him about Apple Computers. He begged him to invest. Finally, his father agreedto match his deposit, dollar for dollar. He saved $1,500 picking blackberries and selling them door to door. They bought $3,000 worth of AAPL shares back in1995. To date, they would be worth $14,000,000. During the past week of market volatility and great declines he was up nearly 6 figures. How'd he do it? Listen and find out.
17/03/2018m 26s

The Crisis Unfolds - John Rubino #4698

While the markets continue to slide and gold/silver have been especially hard hit, we may be close to a bottom, at least that's Nick Santiago's take. John and I have been talking about this eventuality for years now. I was almost ready to change the name of my website and podcast, for fear of becoming less relevant. But all that's changed. Preventive prepping can save you great angst if done properly. One thing is certain, if you wait until the crisis begins, it's already too late. Just try to buy some toilet paper now. There's reason for hope and optimism, even at this low point. The human race is first and foremost a learning organism. Each crisis provides an invaluable lesson and helps assure our continued survival. And that's what's most important in the end.
16/03/2034m 17s

Bonanza Grade at Phoenix Silver Project - Greg Crowe SilverOne #4699

While silver may be down, it's not out. Things are happening at Greg Crowe's Silver One. At the Candelaria Project recent drill results were quite encouraging, with one hole returning 1129 over 8m true width, within a 27.62 meter interval that averaged 350 gm/t silver grams per ton. As if that wasn't enough, a sample from the Company's recently acquired Phoenix Silver Project yielded a 417-pound native silver vein fragment in which a specific gravity test indicates high-grade silver. No assay was performed since this is an extremely rare museum grade specimen, worthy of preservation in its own right. While this might not be indicative of of the mineralization hosted on the property, but it's an amazing very positive find.
16/03/2011m 18s

Joe Biden will get Violent - The Real Crash - Triple Lutz Report #478

Joe Biden has entered a new phase of his cognitive impairment, it's gone from disorientation, verbal gaffes and speech impairment to uncontrolled anger, bursts of profanity and a general loss of control. The next phase will be uncontrollable anger leading to violent outbursts. Visit any nursing home and you'll find people in a similar state. There's one very close to my home in FL and regularly there's multiple police cars and ambulances called to quell residents' acts of violence. Joe's well on the path and therefore, he's never going to make it to the nominee. His illness is progressive and soon it will be obvious not only to the world, but the Democrat Party as well.  Coronavirus/Wuhan Virus has apparently run its course in China and it will run it in the US shortly as well. Spring is coming and pretty soon the so-called civilized world will come to this conclusion. The rate of confirmed infections in the US isn't doubling daily. Rather it seems to have topped out at 30 percent per day. And looking at the map, northern states are being affected far more than those in the south. It is becoming more likely by the day that the virus will subside when warm weather moves in. Then we'll see how pointless this entire exercise was.  Central banks are priming the pump and blasting money out into the world. At some point this is going to lead to a massive rally in stocks and precious metals. So fear not. Maybe not stocks but certainly precious metals are building up for a massive increase. Get ready for more.
14/03/2018m 53s

Biden Can't Win, Sanders Doesn't Want to Win - Bill Whittle #4697

Noted conservative commentator and YouTuber joined us for a look at the coming Democrat landslide loss. It appears that Bernie Sanders has lost his fight, if he ever had any in the first place. He refuses to address the Biden Crime Family and their documented acts of corruption. He ignores Joe Biden's obvious cognitive impairment and says it's off limits. Much like he did in 2016, when he refused to address Hillary Clinton's damn email server. That doesn't sound like much of a winner to us. Biden on the other hand seems ready to fight the world, especially his prospective voters. He is losing it and our guess is he's not going to make it to the convention and in any event is never going to be the Democrat presidential candidate. He would have lost against Sanders, had not the Party Elites forced Buttigeg and Klobuchar to drop out of the race. What were they promised. It seems likely that the elites refused to give Liawatha Warren anything, so she dropped out after Super Tuesday, when it became obvious she couldn't win (which everyone but her already knew).  Bill and I discussed Joe Biden's rapidly deteriorating mental state, which can no longer be hidden from the public. Bill, unfortunately has personal experience dealing with a close relative in a similar situation. How long will it be before Biden turns violent. This is a clear case of elder abuse and the enablers should all be held accountable.  We also discussed the Coronavirus and how bad it is and how bad it will be. While there are many opinions to the contrary, it has  already peaked in China and we're seeing slower spread in the Southern States than in the Northern. California which has many cases, is showing far fewer cases in the Southern Cali than Northern. Which may lend credence to the seasonality effect, but it's too early to tell.  And finally we discussed Trump's character flaws, of which he has many. But he's willing to fight for capitalism and to fight for the preservation and prosperity of Western Civilization, something no president since Reagan attempted. And that's important for the future of America and the world. We've seen China's inhumane response to the Coronavirus and we don't want to see them leading a world where the individual is completely subservient to the totalitarian state.
13/03/2048m 50s

Peak Panic - Nick Santiago #4696

Nick's been warning about a market plunge for months now. And now here it is. It's been very quick and painful, but great opportunity is ahead. So many people are jumping out of the plane, it's leaving much more room for the remaining passengers. The news is secondary, the market always tells us what the price will be. Nick believes there will be a huge bounce in the markets, probably around or shortly after the election. Gold's case has not changed. Silver, the red-headed step child will follow suit, but later. If it wasn't the Coronavirus, it would have been something else.
13/03/2029m 34s

Coronavirus fears are clobbering the stock market — and your retirement - Al Caicedo #4695

Coronavirus fears are clobbering the stock market — is it doing the same to your retirement? Concerns about the spread of COVID-19 have pushed stocks lower.  The coronavirus has reached a handful of countries across the globe, including the U.S. — and now, it’s touched retirement plans too.  Concerns about the spread of the disease and a global financial slowdown are driving deep dips in the stock market. Retirement portfolios are not immune to market volatility, worrying some savers that they may lose valuable assets they’ve been stashing away.  The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -2.00%   and the S&P 500 SPX, -1.90%   both dropped more than 6% over Monday and Tuesday, in part due to fear of the coronavirus spreading around the world. The S&P 500 suffered the biggest two-day loss since 2015 this week. Naturally, some retirement portfolio balances are waning as well, requiring advisers and financial firms to talk through these issues with their clients.  As always, many financial advisers are telling investors to remain calm. Market volatility is normal and expected, especially for long-term goals like retirement. Investing can be emotional — after all, people are putting their life’s savings in an account to generate enough income for them to live comfortably in their old age when they can no longer work — but financial advisers say that even though the uncertainty can seem frightening, most retirement savers should not act on any market volatility at this time.  “For people who have a financial plan that tells them how they should be invested, deviating remains the single most destructive action to their wealth,” said Chris Chen, a financial adviser at Insight Financial Strategists in Boston. “For those who have no financial plan, now seems like a good time to get one.”  Investors may be worried about the impact of the coronavirus on their portfolios, but it’s still too early to say what meaningful effect it will have, said Scott Bishop, partner and executive vice president of financial planning at STA Wealth Management in Houston. The sooner the virus is contained and there’s a sustained recovery, the faster the economy will rally, he said in an email to his clients. The longer the virus is out and affecting other regions as well as travel, the greater the impact on corporate earnings, which is a long-term driver of global stock markets, he said. “In hindsight, we will know for sure, but we have some past experiences that are very similar — and in the past experiences like this, the market has been very resilient,” he said.  The Dow dropped 800 points, or a 3.05% decrease and the fourth biggest single-day drop in history, on Aug. 14, 2019, but investors’ portfolios were not harmed in the long run, said Andrew Westlin, a financial planner at online advisory firm Betterment. Those who bought shares on Jan. 2, 2019 and held on to them were up 24% at the end of the year (so someone who invested $10,000 at the beginning of last year would have $12,428 at the end of the year). Those who sold out of the market entirely on Aug. 14 lost out on 12% of gains. In the previous scenario, they’d have walked away with $11,061, Westlin calculated. For those who decided to buy back in when the Dow recovered the 800 points (which was two weeks later) would have seen a gain of 19%, compared to the 24% for those who simply stayed invested.  Similarly to the Aug. 14 drop, the impact of coronavirus fears will likely be short-lived for the stock market, as it has been for other pandemic-level health issues, including HIV/AIDS, SARS, Ebola and Zika, said Melissa Sotudeh, director of advisory services at Halpern Financial in Rockville, Md. China’s economy is larger than it was in 2003 during the SARS outbreak, and is much more integrated into the global supply chain, but there are many reasons to believe the impacts will be temporary, she said. “The coronavirus is not a reason to change your portfolio strategy,” she said.  Still, some investors may just not feel comfortable with the market fluctuations, at which point now may be an appropriate time to adjust the risk in their portfolio, Westlin said. “The approach we take is looking at how long you have to save for a goal — that’s how we come up with the right level of risk,” he said. “At the end of the day, the investing strategy and risk we choose is a trade off.” The key is to avoid rash decisions sparked by fear of a downturn, he said.  Market volatility often shows the value of having bonds in a portfolio, Sotudeh said. “The ongoing income from your bond funds helps stabilize your portfolio, and these securities become more attractive to investors when equity markets are unstable, causing their prices to rise,” Sotudeh said.  There’s one other time when a person may want to consult a financial professional about their portfolios amid market volatility: when they’re nearing retirement. These investors have less time for their portfolios to recover, and if they’re too heavily invested in equities, they could curtail their future assets. Studies have shown some baby boomers are investing much more in risk than they should.  That’s why advisers typically suggest investors stay logged out of their retirement accounts, or tune out any sensational talks about a market downturn or steep drops in stock indexes.  “Timing the market is futile but sticking with your allocation in the up and downs prove to be the best course over the long term,” said Christopher Beste, a financial adviser at RFG Advisory in Vestavia Hills, Ala. “We can’t control the markets but we can control emotions.”
12/03/2017m 13s

White House Pushing Tax Cuts - Anthony Saccaro #4694

As part of a forthcoming package of proposed tax cuts, the White House is considering ways to incentivize U.S. households to invest in the stock market, according to four senior administration officials familiar with the discussions. The proposal, one of many new tax cuts under consideration, would see a portion of household income treated as tax-free for the purposes of investing outside a traditional 401(k). Under one hypothetical scenario described by multiple officials, a household earning up to $200,000 could invest $10,000 of that income on a tax-free basis, although officials noted these numbers are fluid. “Nothing’s ruled out,” said one senior administration official. “Nothing’s been ruled in, either.” Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council, told CNBC the approach looked at most closely centers on creating universal savings accounts, which would combine retirement, education and health care savings into one vehicle. Money put into the account would be done so on an after-tax basis, and taxed when withdrawn as well; but any accumulation of profits during the investment timeframe, known as capital gains, would not be taxed. Kudlow told CNBC this policy, if pursued, may extend to bonds as well as stocks. Kudlow noted that this and other ideas have yet to be fleshed out, and no decisions have been made. The development comes as President Donald Trump seeks reelection this fall. He has sought to distinguish himself from his potential Democratic rivals by accusing of them of pursuing “socialist” policies while he has touted tax cuts and deregulation under his administration. After the Great Recession, the percentage of American households owning stocks fell to 52% from 62% before the crisis, according to Gallup. That percentage reached 55% in 2019, a year when the stock market hit record highs. The tax break, if enacted, would represent “a pretty substantial amount of money for people” to have for retirement, according to Stephen Moore, economist at the conservative Heritage Foundation and close confidante of the White House. “That’s the type of thing that would expand ownership,” Moore tells CNBC. The stock market’s rise under Trump’s tenure is a well-documented point of pride for the president and his top economic officials, who have called the Dow Jones Industrial Average a “barometer” and a “mark-to-market indicator” of the administration’s performance. The S&P 500, seen as the broadest index of corporate performance, has risen 49% since Trump took office. The White House publicly has been pointing to the package as a new shot of adrenaline in an economy whose growth shows signs of slowing 10 years into an expansion. A payroll tax cut would become an option only if the economy experienced significant decline, according to two senior administration officials. Separately, Kudlow has suggested cutting the tax rate to 15% for middle-class earners. Kudlow and Vice President Mike Pence have suggested that the package could be unveiled in early fall, as voters are deliberating whether to elect Trump to a second term.
12/03/2021m 49s

She Was Right - Danielle Park #4693

For years Danielle Park has been sounding the clarion call about overvaluation in the financial markets and the lack of accountability and risk management. She was often looked upon as an outlier and a Cassandra, until now. Her clients have greatly profited from her approach and it's beginning to look like she was right all along. Sometimes, it takes a pandemic or some other black swan for the world to wake up to financial realities.
11/03/2029m 37s

Turnaround Specialist and Serial Entrepreneur -  John Paul Mendocha #4692

John spent 4 years in Las Vegas learning how to win and discovering how people really are—especially about money. For the last 30 years, John has helped CEOs and production teams win deals and close more business. Technology companies with a complex sales process are his specialty, but he deals with and helps all kinds of businesses. His analytical approach and intricate formula for success is a power within itself! “The direction you’re headed in is more important than where you’ve been.”
11/03/2027m 40s

The Clock Has Stopped - John Rubino #4691

John and I have been warning you for 9 years about what the economy and the stock market. On numerous occasions we were berated as being "stopped clockers." We always stated that we didn't know when it was going to happen, only that we were certain it would. And surprise, surprise. It finally has. We're not happy to finally be right, since the current situation is truly a tragedy on so many levels. But here we are, massive stock market losses, a global financial pandemic and gold has finally started going up. We were right about this and so much more. And have you seen Tesla's stock? Down over one-third in just a few weeks. It's only just begun. Stay tuned for lots more.
10/03/2026m 52s

Assange the Political Prisoner - Daniel McAdams #4690

Head of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity Daniel McAdams joined us. We talked about Julian Assange's persecution. Assange is by any definition a journalist, in the truest sense of the word. But that hasn't stopped governments, especially the US, from going after him for exposing their tightly held dirty secrets. Will Trump support him?  We also talked about the Coronavirus and its implication for freedom and the excuse it provides for taking even more of our rights away.
10/03/2021m 19s

Markets are Crashing - Eric Hadik #4689

Eric reviews all relevant markets and explains why they're all going down, except for precious metals. Expect gold to resume it's upward trajectory later in the year. Lots of important info here.
10/03/2025m 39s

Jim Gowans - Trilogy Metals #4688

Trilogy's Arctic Project - Ambler Mining District, has been dreamed phase for decades. The deposit includes vast amounts of copper, zinc, lead, gold and silver. There was just one problem, it's a remote stranded asset. Developing this mine has always been contingent upon building a 211 mile long road, which would connect it to the Dawson Highway. This would allow the vast riches to be transported to market. However, even though the road was specifically allowed by legislation, there was no political will to build. With lower oil prices and decreased production, that's all changed. Alaska is looking for new sources of revenue and so is NANA, a native regional corporation that is a partner in the project. It's a case of win-win-win. Trilogy wins because they get to develop these potentially profitable resources. The State wins because it gets added revenues and NANA wins because it gets a share of the profits and its members get jobs.  Interim President and CEO Jim Gowans has spent his life developing these remote high value projects. He's expecting imminent approval of the Environmental Impact, which will allow road construction to begin, thus enabling the mine to finally come on line. This will be a game changer for all interested parties, especially the Trilogy's shareholders.
09/03/2016m 27s

There’s Gold in Those Stocks - Jamie Keech #4687

We sat down with Jamie Keech, well know mining engineer and expert. Gold was shooting up and then all of a sudden it crashed. Now it’s come back and Jamie believes that PDAC’s upbeat and optimistic was justified, once gold bounced back after losing big the week before. But as far as Jamie is concerned, it’s full steam ahead. And the proof is that many of the better companies have been raising substantial capital and this trend will continue. You can’t let the Coronavirus stop you from living life.We’ll just have to see what happens next.
09/03/2022m 39s

Gold is Coming Back Bigger than Ever! - Craig Hemke #4686

Demand for gold is sky rocketing and much of it is due to interest rates. The 10 year is yielding less than one percent, the lowest in history. Real rates are negative. As long as this trend continues the demand for gold will stay strong. Silver is lagging but demand is going to take off shortly. Substitution of silver for gold is already starting. Not to mention the silver to gold ration is closing in on 100, a level not seen in decades. Manipulation is still alive and well, just look at the Comex Silver futures. The question is how high will it go. What is the right price in dollars? Craig defers, especially since we have no idea how many ounces have been leveraged and therefore cannot determine a price. Clearly with global asset allocation to the precious metal sector at just 1 percent, any increase will be chasing a finite amount of metals and then the fun will begin. Click here to get Craig's 2020 forecast...
06/03/2035m 31s

How Big is this Crisis? - John Rubino #4685

The system was so overleveraged and debt so out of control that it was just a matter of when, not if. Will the bank derivative blow up and will that pull down the European and global economy? The stuff that could happen is insanely scary. Turkey is fighting with Russia and demanding that the US enter on their side. Will the US honor its Nato committment.  Hong Kong is giving out helicopter money, Fed rate cuts and no end in site. Let’s see what happens next!
06/03/2029m 12s

Evil Deutsche Bank - David Enrich

David Enrich's new book, Dark Towers, tells the story of how Deutsche Bank became a global symbol of recklessness, greed and destruction—and the primary financial enabler of Donald Trump.  This isn’t just an exposé about a dangerous bank. It’s also the deeply personal story of a senior executive, Bill Broeksmit, who served as the unofficial conscience of Deutsche Bank. In January 2014, he committed suicide. Nine days later, I started talking with his son, Val, and I followed him on a wild journey as he tried to understand why his father did what he did. Along the way, Val discovered that Bill’s personal email accounts were jammed with official Deutsche Bank documents. It's a story worth telling and one worth reading.
05/03/2032m 14s

Coming - The Best Gold Bull Market Ever - Ivan Bebek #4684

We met up with Ivan Bebek at PDAC in Toronto. Stocks were slammed, and may have stabilized, but volatility will remain high. On the Corona Virus, while it's serious, panic is uncalled for. Perhaps it's been overplayed by the media. And let's not forget it's an election year and the market was obviously topping. While virtually all markets sold off, copper was stable, which is a very bullish sign. Gold's big move down was probably due to margin calls. Several large banks are calling for $1800-2000 gold by the end of 2020. QE and rate cuts are coming coming. And that's good news for gold and for Auryn Resources, which may explain why Ivan was able to raise multiple years of working capital last week. Add to that the possibility of splitting Auryn into 3 companies and 2020 could be a bull market in the company's stock as well.
05/03/2030m 35s

Blood in the Streets - Mickey Fulp's Monthly Major Market Review (Feb 2020)

DJIA 2/29/2020 25410 -10.1%       S&P 500 2/29/2020 2954 -8.4%       NASDAQ 2/29/2020 8567 -6.4%       RUS 2000 2/29/2020 1476 -8.6%       TSX 2/29/2020 16263 -6.1%       TSX.V 2/29/2020 498 -13.4%       MCSI 2/29/2020 1006 -5.3%       VIX 2/29/2020 40.11         DXY 2/29/2020 98.18 -0.2%       EURO 2/29/2020 1.10 -0.6%       10 Year 2/29/2020 1.13 -24.2%       Bitcoin 2/29/2020 8060 -14.0%       Au 2/29/2020 1585 -0.3%       Ag 2/29/2020 16.58 -7.9%       Pt 2/29/2020 862 -10.0%       Pd 2/29/2020 2475 13.0%       Cu 2/29/2020 2.51 -1.2%       WTI 2/29/2020 45.26 -12.3%       Brent 2/29/2020 50.52 -10.9%       Henry Hub 2/29/2020 1.68 -8.7%       U308 2/29/2020 24.90 0.8%       Ratios Au : Ag Pt : Au Pt : Pd BRT : WTI WTI : HH AU:WTI   95.60 0.54 0.35 1.12 26.94 35.02 What can you say about February without getting sick to your stomach. The last week was a real sh-t show plain and simple  Stock markets down from 5 to 13 percent in one week! VIX or the fear index closed at 40 but hit as high as 50. Currencies fairly flat for the month after a large rise and then fall in the USD. Looney and Aussie $ killed. 10 Year yield hits an all time low of 1.13. Bitcoin down 14%. Gold down .3 percent after hitting a 7 year high. Silver down 8%. PT down 10%. PD up 13% for the month but lost $300 on Friday. Copper down 1.2%. Energies totally destroyed. WTI/Brent down 10/13%. Natgas down nearly 9% to 1.67 per mm. Uranium flat.   Ratios: Au/Ag 95.60 - Pt/Au .54 -Pt/Pd .35 -WT/HH 26.94. Crazy numbers for crazy markets.
03/03/2022m 24s

Unfair Immigrant Barriers? with Steve Maggi #4683

Steve Maggi is a lawyer, former immigrant and naturalized U-S Citizen noted that lost in all the primary election news is the implementation of a new policy which began this week aimed at making it harder for low-income LEGAL immigrants to get public benefits. Immigrants who cannot show they are making more than $60,000 will be denied a visa or green card, despite having entered the U.S. legally.  Is this fair? The Supreme Court by 5-4 said yes.
03/03/2021m 2s

Big Money Heading Into Gold - Andy Schectman #4682

We connected with Andy Schectman, the proprietor of Miles Franklin, one of the nation’s largest bullion dealers. Andy shared that he’s been experiencing record sales in terms of number of ounces sold. However, his average sale is 10 times higher than it was in the peak of 2011, which tells us that the small investor has been very slow getting back into the gold market. When the small investor starts coming back, then we will know something major is afoot. Until then, we’ll keep seeing the fits and starts we’ve been experiencing.
02/03/2018m 9s

It’s Always a Freak Show - Gerald Celente #4681

If you want to know why things are screwed up, take a good look at your family (not mine). The corona virus could be a pandemic, but Gerald thinks not. So far the mortality rate has been relatively low. Just like the weatherman likes to panic the public at the first sign of a hurricane, so to with our public health officials. Why believe one word that comes out of any government. They’re lying. So far there’s very little outbreak in South America, just one case in Brazil. However he does believe there will be a Black Plague 2.0 due to the poisons in our food, air and water. So let’s stay calm and get ready for the big one.
28/02/2031m 35s

So Goes February, So Goes the Market? Danielle Park #4680

Is the January Effect dead? Is it now the February Effect? After Tesla nearly hit $1000 per share, it's now fallen almost 20 percent. Global trade contracted in 2019. Perhaps the world economy was already declining and this is just the final chapter of the stock market's long extended bull market. Passive investing is the dominant form of investing, whatever happened to stock pickers? And the debt keeps on increasing. But the important question is are we really at the end or can the world's central banks achieve the impossible and inflate the market for yet another go 'round?
28/02/2032m 49s

$2500 Gold Coming Soon - Charles Nenner #4679

Charles was long gold from $1494 and closed the trade two days ago when it hit its short term cycle peak. Chareles believes that it will resume it’s upward trajectory in early summer 2020, eventually hitting a $2500. The Vix hit a high as predicted. Crude is still going to 36. Natgas hit a low of 1.77 per mm btu, another Nenner call. Charles’s target high for the S&P was 3389 and that's where it landed.  As long as there’s no monthly close below 3080 the bull market continues on. No real correction coming on bonds. Interest rates still heading down. No inflation ahead as the economy weakens. A recession/depression is still on its way.
27/02/2018m 3s

Journey from Engineer to Investor - Newsletter Writer - Brian Leni #4678

Brian Leni started out life as a steel company engineer. His career was advancing nicely, but then in 2013 he got bitten by the resource stock bug. He sold his home and invested 2/3 of the proceeds into the sector. He got extremely lucky (or smart) and got out near the 2016 rally's peak, substantially increasing his capital in the process. Now he's publishing the Junior Stock Review and continuing on with his plan. With his profits, he was able to purchase an upgraded home. Now he sees the sector's future as extremely bright and he's ready for a repeat performance. Not too shabby and proof that it can be done.  Subscribe to the Junior Stock Review Premium, and save 40% off the subscription price. Use the Promo Code: KERRY. Subscribe here...
26/02/2040m 24s

Ponzi Schemes Hit Highest Level in a Decade - Tom Hardin #4677

Investor money ensnared in alleged Ponzi schemes has hit its highest level in a decade, leading to concern that a booming stock market and de-regulatory agenda are pushing more fraudsters to bilk unsuspecting investors. State and federal authorities uncovered 60 alleged Ponzi schemes last year with a total of $3.25 billion in investor funds — the largest amount of money unearthed in these scams since 2010 and more than double the amount from 2018, according to data from the website Ponzitracker. A Ponzi scheme is a type of fraud whereby crooks steal money from investors and mask the theft by funneling returns to clients from funds contributed by newer investors. Bernard Madoff ran the largest Ponzi scheme in history, a $65 billion scam encompassing thousands of investors that was uncovered in 2008. Madoff, who is serving a 150-year sentence in federal prison, recently said he was dying from terminal kidney disease and asked a judge to grant him early release. Ponzi schemes alleged by civil and criminal authorities last year pale in comparison to scams unearthed around the time of the 2008 financial crisis, such as Madoff's and those of other notorious criminals such as Thomas Petters and Allen Stanford, who ran respective $3.7 billion and $8 billion frauds. In 2008, for example, authorities found 40 Ponzi schemes with a combined $23 billion of investor funds — roughly seven times the amount of funds from last year, according to Ponzitracker, data of which is compiled by Jordan Maglich, an attorney at Quarles & Brady. While it's too soon to tell if last year's total was an anomaly, some experts fear it could herald a return to more sinister times. "This is maybe not quite 2008 again, but the seeds are being planted for the next investor massacre," said Andrew Stoltmann, an investment fraud attorney based in Chicago.   A surging stock market, which may lead investors to lower their guard, and a de-regulatory environment at the federal level are two primary factors driving the growth in these frauds, Stoltmann said. The stock market has been on its longest winning streak in history after emerging from the rubble of the Great Recession. The S&P 500 stock market index was up 31.5% last year, when reinvested dividends are included, its best annual gain in six years. The only year that saw better annual performance over the past three decades was 1997, when the S&P 500 yielded 33.4%. The Securities and Exchange Commission, the federal agency that polices investment fraud, has also been less aggressive under the Trump administration, Stoltmann said.
26/02/2014m 53s

Gold Setting State for a Huge Move - Triple Lutz Report #478

Gold skyrocketed during Monday's session going up nearly $50 the ounce only to return back to earth with a more modest gain. Mining stocks are still not moving, but with what's going on in the world, it probably won't be long before the next move. Cyclical forces are getting ready to overwhelm seasonal influences. We might get a break and a modest decline, but then get ready to rumble!  On the political front, Bernie McGovern appears to have carried Nevada by a large measure, but will be enough to insure that he carries the nomination. If he does manage to wrangle it away from the elites and Nanny Bloomberg, he will then have a bigger problem on his hands. It's the elites that harvest the votes and insure that the dead rise from the grave to cast their votes and the illegals get to have their say. There's no way that they are going to work their magic for Bernie McGovern and that means an even larger Trump landslide. Stay tuned! Finally, I talked about my recent bout with seemingly benign prescription drugs sending me for a loop, lowering my blood pressure and causing fatigue and a lack of energy. Beware, even drugs that appear to be extremely safe can have greatly negative effects. You need to regularly review all your drugs with your internist, specialist and pharmacist.
25/02/2024m 23s

Viral Infected Stock Markets - David Scranton #4676

Until recently most investors had too much confidence in the rapid eradication of the Corona Virus. We didn’t factor in that it could be take much longer. Is this the Black Swan that we’ve all been waiting for? Is David a stopped clock or a Chicken Little? It’s not the tipping point that causes a change, but perhaps it’s the rationalization for it. Emotions are constant and that’s why history tends to rhyme.
25/02/2029m 54s

Rule #1: DON'T Talk about “Fight House” - Tevi Troy #4675

Cutthroat White House Rivalries Didn’t Start with Trump  “The White House is a dignified seat of government, but it is also bullpen, cockfight, and viper nest…. Fight House is a fast read, full of both gossip and deep insight” —Amity Shales, author of Great Society: A New History Washington, D.C.—President Trump’s White House is famously tumultuous, but don’t be fooled—the White House has long been a “fight house.”  Former White House staffer and presidential historian Tevi Troy unveils infamous brawls in Fight House: Rivalries in the White House from Truman to Trump gives readers ringside seats to the dramatic clashes within both Republican and Democratic administrations as their heavyweight personalities went head-to-head. Troy packs a punch as he unfolds the juiciest, nastiest, and most consequential administration rivalries in modern American history. From the presidency of Harry S. Truman—when the modern White House staff took shape—to Donald Trump’s, the White House has always been filled with ambitious people playing for the highest stakes and bearing bitter grudges. Fight House pulls back the curtain on presidents and staffers duking it out over their differences. You’ll read how: ·       The gender and age divide disrupted the “No Drama Obama” administration ·       The revolving door of Trump’s White House staff is not without precedent ·       Kennedy’s “Camelot” was a nest of vipers ·       Dr. Henry Kissinger displaced other national security advisers to gain President Richard Nixon’s ear ·       The contrasting management styles of President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan led to epic White House staff clashes ·       Lyndon B. Johnson ran his White House with an iron fist to prevent leaks, sowing discord among the staff Entertaining and insightful, both sides of the aisle can laugh and learn from these presidential rivalries.
24/02/2015m 15s

Household Debt Tops $14 Trillion - John Grace #4674

American households added $193 billion of debt in the fourth quarter, driven by a surge in mortgage loans, and overall debt levels rose to a new record at $14.15 trillion, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York said on Tuesday.  Mortgage balances rose by $120 billion in the fourth quarter to $9.56 trillion, the New York Fed said in its quarterly report on household debt. Mortgage originations - pushed up by an increase in refinancing - also rose to $752 billion in the fourth quarter, reaching the highest volume since the fourth quarter of 2005, the report found.  Student loan balances grew by $10 billion in the fourth quarter, a slower pace when compared to five years ago. However, the total $1.51 trillion outstanding in student loan debt could be holding back young consumers trying to build up credit, the researchers found.  Credit card debt, which typically rises in the fourth quarter when consumers are doing their holiday shopping, rose by $46 billion last quarter, an amount economists said was larger than usual.  “Mortgage originations, including refinances, increased significantly in the final quarter of 2019, with auto loan originations also remaining at the brisk pace seen throughout the year,” Wilbert Van Der Klaauw, senior vice president at the New York Fed, said in a statement. “The data also show that transitions into delinquency among credit card borrowers have steadily risen since 2016, notably among younger borrowers.”
21/02/2016m 27s

More Campaign Entertainment w/ Bernie McGovern, Mike Dukakis Jr -Joe Messina #4672

The Democrat clown car dumpster fire seems to know no bounds. Reparations galore for everyone compliments of Liawatha. Free money and free stuff will somehow carry the day, and perhaps for a large number of people, it will. Free operations for transgenders. What will Bernie charge for, will there be anything we have to pay for. Meanwhile Trump is standing by sidelines and hurling insults at the already challenged field and having a great party. But the party is about to end and then we'll see a landslide of epic proportions.
21/02/2024m 36s

Women Need to Take Financial Control - Arwen Becker

Retirement Arwen Becker joined us to talk about why women often get flat-footed upon the passing of a spouse. All too often they are left in the dark about important financial matters. Some it's due to division of responsibility in a marriage, but often it's just due to fear or unwillingness to get involved in financial matters. One thing is for certain, every spouse should be aware of and participate in the family's business and finances to avoid getting stuck with no knowledge of where the money is.
21/02/2013m 24s

Learning from Financial Storytelling - Ken McElroy #4673

Rich Dad Advisor Ken McElroy recently wrote a new business novel today, “Return to Orchard Canyon." As CEO of MC Companies with $1 billion in real estate investments and Bestselling Author of five books, his new book offers a non-conventional and clever way to get a financial education through powerful storytelling. Publisher’s Weekly describes “Return to Orchard Canyon” this way, “Readers should find the simple financial lessons in this accessible and rather sweet book to be memorable and actionable.” In the opening Ken explains, “Many people are lost financially. Finding your way starts by returning to your own Orchard Canyon.” The three main fictional characters are based on very relatable people at different stages of life, who are searching for answers about money, careers and dreams. Through these unlikely teachers, readers learn ways to overcome modern-day challenges and find a life of happiness and freedom. This new novel provides powerful business and financial lessons learned by characters facing their own obstacles, including: How to take action to get unstuck in your career if you’re feeling trapped. How to build a successful business by investing in assets and businesses. No matter how old you are, a willingness to be present and go after your dreams will always bring freedom. “Return To Orchard Canyon” is inspired by a real resort owned by the author called Orchard Canyon on Oak Creek. It’s located in Sedona, Arizona’s red rock country, just a few hours north of Phoenix, Arizona. Similar to this resort experience, the Reynolds family in this book owns this “magical escape” with log cabins and a long history (think no TV, hiking by a babbling creek, wildlife, wood-burning fireplaces, apple cider, afternoon tea and delicious four course dinners). It’s the perfect setting to reflect on your life dreams and reenergize your goals. Readers will quickly see the financial and emotional challenges faced by the dedicated middle-age banker and dad David Reynolds, who is at the center of the story. After getting laid off from his day job, David hides his career change from the family – especially from his father Ron, who is 82 and runs the family resort, Orchard Canyon. David’s daughter Meghan is a senior in high school who’s excited to attend expensive colleges, yet “is not sure what she wants to do” (sound familiar?). Everyone learns by observing the successes of David’s ex-wife Susan, who is a former employee, and now thriving entrepreneur and investor. And David learns to see opportunities versus giving up. In the end, readers will walk away inspired to take action and more control over their own destiny and happiness. McElroy previous self-help books (also published by RDA Press) include more direct financial education tips, including: “The ABCs of Real Estate Investing”, “The ABCs of Property Management”, “The Advanced Guide to Real Estate Investing”, and “The Sleeping Giant”. “Return to Orchard Canyon” is the author’s new way of providing financial education to readers based on Rich Dad principles.
20/02/2024m 57s

Markets Lunacidal Behavior Continues On - Michael Pento #4671

Michael Pento joined us on a day when gold broke $1600 and silver broke $18. What could be the cause of such a move? Perhaps it was Nanny Michael Bloomberg's pledge to tax Wall Street to the hilt. Or perhaps another Black Swan is getting ready to come public. One thing is for certain, the Fed has gone totally over the top on money printing and monetizing the debt. It can never allow interest rates to rise over current rates again. Stocks continue on at a completely insane over-valued track with no end in site. We truly are living in the New Economy.
19/02/2026m 54s

Witness to the Lehman Collapse - Michael Ainslie #4670

M I C H A E L  A I N S L I E has firsthand experience with several high-profile events, including the 2008 bankruptcy filing of Lehman Brothers: He was one of ten people in the Lehman boardroom on the evening of September 14, 2008, who saw firsthand the events that led to the largest bankruptcy filing in US history. Michael offers readers an insider’s view of the situations surrounding the price-fixing scandal between Sotheby’s and Christie’s, a scandal that rocked the art world and sent the ex-chair of Sotheby’s to prison. Michael has been a champion of education for decades. His passion has been the Posse Foundation, which he helped launch in 1994. Michael was Posse’s first board chair, serving for thirteen years and continues on the Posse board. He had a distinguished business career serving as president and CEO of Sotheby’s from 1984 to 1994, leading a transformation of the worldwide auction business. Previously he was president and CEO of the National Trust for Historic Preservation from 1980 to 1984. While at the National Trust, he helped rewrite the tax law to provide a 25% investment tax credit for investment in historic buildings. This incentive radically changed the landscape of historic preservation.
19/02/2024m 31s

Bloomberg to Steal Election from Bernie McGovern - Triple Lutz Report #477

We told you over a month ago that there would be a brokered convention. As usual life is about to imitate FSN, never doubt us. I also told you in 2016 that Trump would be re-elected in 2020 and here we are. Mini-Mike has more money than God. And he's not afraid to use and abuse it. He's already spent more than 400 million dollars with no end in sight. If necessary he will personally bribe all 1550 delegates he needs to win the nomination. And then it will be curtains for the Democrat Party as we know it. Truly a Hobson's Choice. Two things are certain, Bernie McGovern can't win and neither can Mike Dukakis, Jr. Just like the best things in life are free, there's somethings that money can't buy, just ask Nelson Rockefeller.
17/02/2028m 15s

Market Update with Nick Santiago #4669

As expected the market headed down in January with the SPDR's breaking 100mm volume, but then a funny thing happened, the market went back up. Nick's uncertain of the next move but his gut is telling him it's going down again. Tesla crashed but went way past Nick's call. The short sellers have been cleared out so the next move down is unlikely to result in a free fall. Gold and silver, are in consolidation, getting ready for a breakout down the line. Dollar and treasuries were up as Nick called it. Oil went down from $65 to $50, also in line with Nick's expectations. Lots more was covered here. We'll check back next month as usual.
14/02/2033m 31s

The Party is Over - Amy Kremer #4668

Amy Kremer is a Co-Founder and Chair for Women for America First and a former congressional candidate. By her reckoning the Democrat Party is in full meltdown mode. None of their candidates have a prayer of defeating President Trump. It’s going to be fun to watch. Get ready for a brokered convention and all the chaos that represents. Now it’s on to draining the swamp and Trump appears to be doing just that. Buckle your seat belt, it’s going to be a hell of a ride.
14/02/2024m 14s

Tesla Always Goes Up - Danielle Park #4667

Actually it doesn't and its recent parabolic rise is cause for concern because it's an analog to the broader markets. While Tesla is a ground-breaking innovative company, it's shares are certainly speculative, bordering on compulsive gambler territory. How many record stock market closes can there be? The tree does not grow to the sky and Bitcoin still have yet to reach infinity, with Tesla following closely behind. Debt fueled markets reach levels at which they cannot go higher and, in fact must decline. We've been having this conversation for years, but that day keeps getting closer and closer. Better to sacrifice a little bit on the upside to keep your capital in tact.
13/02/2032m 54s

Nancy and Joe Need Help Now - Dr. John Huber #4666

While Dr. Huber is bound by the standards of his profession in diagnosing the mental state of political figures, because he hasn’t done an evaluation or reviewed their medical histories. However, he can offer opinions and help educate the public about dementia and other gerontological mental afflictions. And Washington DC is a veritable gold mine of such conditions. Listen to a hilarious run down of possible ailments. We also talked about what's going on with the Coronavirus and why you shouldn't be panicked, at least yet. Lot's more here.
12/02/2023m 18s

Are You Ready to Cash In? David Morgan #4665

David Morgan says the time is right, the metals have moved and are ready to move higher. Look at how palladium and rhodium have taken off. Will gold, silver and platinum follow suit. Of course they're different metals with different markets and users. However, they've been in tight supply and demand has been increasing. Once you've got your core position in physical, then it's on to the mining stocks, where information is at a premium and failure is always an option. That means finding trusted advisors who know the score and the players, of which David Morgan has few if any peers. The potential in the mining sector at this moment in time is great, but as always proceed with caution and knowledge.
12/02/2029m 15s

Investors’ Paradise - John Rubino #4664

With the Fed and Uncle Sam manipulating all the markets, you almost can’t go wrong with your investments. Bonds up! Stocks up! Gold up! Tesla, still up and probably going higher. So what could possibly go wrong? More and more leverage and debt equals disaster.  Now that Trump has been acquitted, it’s time to clean house and all that experience in tidying up the Trump Hotels is being put to good use. The purge and the great swamp draining can’t be far behind.
11/02/2032m 42s

Lumina Gold Getting Closer to it's Goal - Marshall Koval #4663

We sat down with our sponsor Lumina Gold's CEO, Marshall Koval. A company born of Ross Beaty's Lumina Group, things are looking up for its Ecuador Cangrejos project. With 16.7 million ounces of gold and 2.2 billion pounds of copper, there's no reason to believe that this endeavor won't be as successful as Lumina Group's others, which have returned over $1.6 billion to shareholders since 2004. In fact, the story keeps improving and with the expected updated mine plan in Q1 2020 and updated PEA Study in Q2 2020, it should get even better. Add to that Ecuador's recently implemented mining friendly policies and laws, the project's closeness to a paved highway, two seaports, near proximity to the electrical grid and ample supplies of water, and it's no wonder that this project has garnered so much attention. But Marshall believes that the best is yet to come and if the past is any guide, he's probably correct.
10/02/2026m 31s

Time to Let Student Loan Debtors out of the Trap - George Leef #4662

George Leef is editor and George G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal. A recent US District Court decision appears to have reopened the door for  students drowning in college debt to remove it in bankruptcy. Is that a good thing? One the one hand the $1.6 trillion education bubble needs to be addressed or we'll wind up with a generation of student loan debt slaves. However, is it really fair to let them off the hook and simply forgive their debts? What about those who have repaid their loans or didn't take any out? A difficult dilemma in search of a solution.
10/02/2029m 45s

Trump First U.S. President to get China Trade Concessions - Daria Novak #4661

Daria Novak, a former U.S. State Department official with significant experience in Chinese affairsChinese government officials, and even some trade experts in Beijing, breathed a quick sigh of relief as the 96-page, Phase One of the US-China trade deal was inked on January 15, 2020. But does it represent more than a short respite in the trade war? Unlike previous American administrations President Trump demanded, and won, real concessions from the Chinese along with rules for enforcing those changes. The US stood its ground in the trade talks and refused to accept the small, incremental moves offered to and accepted without reciprocity by previous American administrations – Republican and Democrat alike. While it remains questionable that China will enforce all the new trade rules, especially if they stand in opposition to the government’s domestic economic development plan, Phase One will define the path the two nations walk going forward in 2020. For the first time there is a new law creating a domestic mechanism in China that can be used by aggrieved parties to demand a fairer playing field when it comes to the theft of intellectual property (IP). According to the Agreement China must create a public action plan to explain how it will implement enforcement of IP rights and obligations. The requirement that China publish this enforcement data will, at a minimum, provide a more accurate method for Washington to gauge China’s progress. This was lacking in previous negotiations. In return the US has agreed only to reduce a portion of the tariffs on $360 billion in Chinese imports in the eight-chapter agreement.  President Xi Jinping now faces a robust series of provisions in the agreement related to technology transfer and intellectual property theft designed to shed light on China’s unfair trade practices. At issue for the United States is whether or not Xi will take the pragmatic steps required to implement those provisions. On the other hand, the Trump Administration is not facing any new Chinese demands on technology transfer or IP protections – with well-deserved credit going to USTR Lighthizer who negotiated Washington’s core grievance well.    A less noticed but significant provision in the Agreement is the establishment of a Bilateral Evaluation and Dispute Resolution Office. This mechanism provides a tiered and straight-forward system headed by the USTR and a Chinese vice premier. Below them are designated positions to handle day-to-day issues and the appeals process. If no resolution can be reached there is a process in place that parties may use to escalate the complaint. In the past, US companies bristled at exposing their firms to the public scrutiny of making such a complaint. Whether the Office is a success may depend on American’s firms’ willingness to use it. Remedial measures, according to the Agreement, are to be proportionate and not retaliatory with the goal of creating and maintaining a normal trading relationship. If the other side does not agree, the only possible recourse is to withdraw from the agreement with a 60-day written notice, an action China is not likely to take over a single issue. Talks on Phase 2 of the trade deal are likely to begin soon but not conclude until after the US Presidential this fall.  At home President Xi faces a myriad of issues related to the US economic sanctions, including a cooling domestic economy with growth slowing to levels below the required 6.2% required to achieve the country’s 10-year economic plan goal. If China’s top policymakers cannot find ways to curtail the slowdown and maintain growth there may be increased instability in the Chinese economy. This is on top of other domestic issues Xi must deal with such as the unrest in Hong Kong and the Uighur minority in western China.
07/02/2020m 24s

Corona Virus Economics - Rob Kirby #4660

The world is a complicated place. While things often seem to be happening independently of each other, they are actually  connections that we aren't aware of or that are deliberately hidden from us. Tesla was on its way to $1000 but stopped just short. Is the financial system about to collapse or is this the best economy ever? The stock market keeps rallying, as if there won't be anymore stock issued and you've got to get it while it's still available. Everything going on in our financial system is counter-intuited. Central banks keep pumping in the liquidity. The Fed's temporary lending programs seem to be on their way to permanency. As long as they're done under the guise of repo, then they'll never have to account for it. And it's happening over the world.
07/02/2023m 44s

National Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week - Heather Wagenhals #4659

Record identity thefts and record frauds in 2019. Over 3.2 million victims reported their crimes to the FTC during the year. There's a rich history of fraudsters in the US. From snake oil salesmen to IRS scammers, nothing ever really changes. Technology has greatly expanded the means to defraud, but the mindset has always been present. According to Heather it's all about how we're wired. Once you become aware of your susceptibility, you can do something about it. Otherwise you're a sitting duck.
06/02/2027m 48s

A Father's Book to His Son - John Soforic #4658

John Soforic learned about building wealth from a mentor. When his son Michael was in college, to help him avoid the pitfalls that he encountered, he wrote him a personal book about building wealth. That book became the basis for John's website and books, The Wealthy Gardener. Together we discuss the lessons of life including: The Law of Attraction, participation trophies and why you need to meditate. A very enlightening discussion.
06/02/2023m 22s

US Gold Corp Moving on Towards a Major Discovery -Ed Karr #4657

Ed Karr, CEO of sponsor US Gold Corp joined us for an update. While the junior mining sector has been subdued as of late, Ed keeps pushing the company forward. US Gold Corp is moving rapidly ahead with its Copper King Project as well as its Keystone and Maggie Creek properties. Copper King is getting closer to a PFS and is well along in the permitting process. Keystone's recent drill holes showed strong anomalous gold and the odds of a major discovery there have increased greatly. And things are just getting started at the newly-acquired Maggie Creek project, which is located right in the middle of the world-famous Carlin Trend. With 3 projects and high expectations, it just a matter of time.
05/02/2021m 47s

There's Gold in Parking Lots - Kevin Bupp #4656

Kevin Bupp is the Founder & CEO of Sunrise Capital Investors, which invests in mobile home parks, apartments, offices, and single family homes all across the US.  As Kevin relates the competition to purchase mobile home parks has increased greatly over the past few years. Kevin has come up on a new area to invest - parking lots. The annual returns average 6 - 7%. Cash flow increases over time with higher rates and inflation. And hopefully the lots will appreciate as well, so you're basically getting paid to wait. An interesting opportunity.
05/02/2017m 20s

Mickey Fulp's Monthly Major Market Review (January 2020)

Mickey's Monthly Market Summary DJIA 1/31/20 28256 -1.00% S&P 500 1/31/20 3225 -0.20% NASDAQ 1/31/20 9151 2.00% RUS 2000 1/31/20 1614 -3.20% TSX 1/31/20 17318 1.50% TSX.V 1/31/20 575 -0.50% MCSI 1/31/20 1062 -4.80% VIX 1/31/20 18.84   DXY 1/31/20 98.38 1.90% EURO 1/31/20 1.11 -1.10% 10 Year 1/31/20 1.49 -22.40% Bitcoin 1/31/20 9370 31.00% Au 1/31/20 1589 4.70% Ag 1/31/20 18.01 1.00% Pt 1/31/20 958 -0.60% Pd 1/31/20 2190 13.90% Cu 1/31/20 2.54 -8.80% WTI 1/31/20 51.58 -15.50% Brent 1/31/20 56.67 -17.10% Henry Hub 1/31/20 1.84 -16.00% U308 1/31/20 24.7 -1.00% Ratios Au : Ag Pt : Au    Pt : Pd   88.23 0.6 0.44   BRT:WTI WTI:HH   AU:WTI   1.1 28.03 30.81 For January 2020, DJIA slipped 1%, TSX up 1.5%, Emerging markets down 4.8%. VIX ended the month at 18.84, up from 13.75 the prior month. Dollar up 1.9% on Asian Flu ills. Euro down 1.1%. 10 year yield down to 1.49 and Bitcoin up 31% to 9370.
04/02/2017m 5s

Interest Rates Plunging on Coronavirus Fears - John Rubino #4654

Buy the long bond as world central banks get ready to flood the system. China put $176 billion into their banking system Monday. While it didn’t help the Chinese market, it did help everywhere else, especially in the US. Brexit came and went and what’s next? The globalist elite is now liking Brexit as they use the next crisis to further cement their power. They’re not sweating yet as they’re playing a longer game. The next downturn will lead to greater world integration and perhaps more globalization.
04/02/2036m 34s

Impeachment Acquittal Right on Time -  Karen Kataline #4653

Ignore all the posturing, all of the impeachment nonsense is coming to an end. While Romney may try to get Trump, it’s not going to work. Nice guys truly do finish last. He’s a dishonest, blow-dried slime according to Karen. His kids are knee-deep in the Ukranian corruption scandal. Politicians can’t pull it off any longer. The people have had enough. Given the next Trump term, hopefully there’s no going back.
04/02/2027m 2s

Hiding State Corruption from Prying Eyes - Adam Andrzejewski #4652

Adam Andrzejewski of has been exposing corruption around the country for years. Recently he requested a copy of California’s main checkbook and was greeted by a denial from the State Controller that the records of some 49 million bills didn’t exist. Therefore she was unable to comply. Adam isn’t taking it and has initiated a legal action to force the disclosure. Adam wants the state to join the transparency revolution.
03/02/2024m 42s

Big Lies Losing Power - James Hirsen #4651

Whether it’s the impeachment or just everyday government operation, it’s all about the big lie. But Trump has learned how to turn the lie against the Dems and the Deep State. It’s all part of the playbook. Bring in last minute witnesses to attack Kavanagh or Trump - during the election or his impeachment. He will be exonerated and acquitted, but the Democrats will say that the Senate was covering up. Will the RINO’s hold tight? Either way, it’s going to end shortly and not favorably to the President’s enemies.
31/01/2025m 16s

What's A Narrative - Charles Nenner #4650

A new book put out by a so-called economic and political expert espouses the view that narratives shape reality and perception, which to some extent is true. But listen to Charles Nenner and learn about cycles. Perhaps it's the cycle that shapes the narrative and reality. Right now the narrative is all about the Coronavirus and its impact upon the economy. But perhaps, if it wasn't the virus, it would have been something else. Charles is looking for stock markets to tank, $36 oil, higher dollar and higher treasuries. It may be a little to late for higher Vix, Charles already cashed out.
30/01/2028m 26s

Real Estate for Uncertain Times? with Buck Joffrey #4649

Buck Joffrey, doctor turned real estate investing expert is seeing lower rates which means lower capitalization rates and higher real estate prices. Currently the U.S. has the highest interest rates of it's peers. As a defensive maneuver, it's almost a necessity for the Fed to cut rates. But what affect will it have on the rest of the world? For now, money is flowing into the U.S. and that's working great.
30/01/2018m 25s

Coronavirus Spreading Like Wildfire - John Rubino #4648

Something bad was always going to happen. Whether this is it or not, we don’t yet know. This virus is contageous before the symptoms show up. With people traveling all over the world, there’s no way to contain it. It’s already having an impact. China is already on lockdown and there’s been rioting Hong Kong over plans to place victims in public housing. Closing down of international trade could result and that will cause central banks to cut rates.
29/01/2030m 54s

Bull Market Ending Due to Coronavirus? with Crista Huff #4647

Expect travel stocks to be hit. International trade will be inhibited and limited. Crista says we’ve been due for a correction and that the market could fall for any reason at all. Corrections are perfectly normal and happen regularly. Is now the time to be taking profits and putting stop loss orders in place? It’s difficult for individuals to properly implement them. They should be using specific dollar amounts and not percentages. Crista is also bullish on dividend stocks. She’s got a whole list paying 4-7%. And she passes along some great advice on when to sell them.
29/01/2025m 35s

Impeachment Madness Coming to an End - Daniel Greenfield #4646

Daniel Greenfield joined us to discuss the latest non-happenings in the impeachment saga. What will the Dems pull next? They already have. But in the end President Trump will be acquitted of the charges and there will be nothing left except but the losers' tears.
28/01/2017m 44s

Yes Virginia the Golden Bull is Back - Rick Rule #4645

When it comes to understanding resources and resource stocks, Rick Rule truly has few peers. He's been in the game for over 4 decades and has profited accordingly. He's pretty certain that this new gold/resource bull market is for real. While it's encouraging that the noble metals (Platinum, Palladium & Rhodium) have been going like gangbusters, Rick says it's separate from what's going on in gold and silver. There's great opportunities out there for willing knowledgeable investors. The time is now.
28/01/2031m 50s

Coronavirus Going Global - Daniel Joseph #4644

Hong Kong and Tawain are out of the news. Now it’s all about the Coronavirus. China expert Dan Joseph believes that the Chinese Government is doing a much better job communicating with its people this time, after the SARS disaster last time. But restricting travel at  the height of the Chinese New Year is causing near panic in many places. We don’t yet know the full effects of the virus and it is spreading to other countries, including two cases in the US so far.  We talked about the trade deal. Dan believes that it is a milestone in US-China relations and that the IP and forced technology issues are largely resolved. There’s still much to be done and the next phase has yet to begin, but these are hopeful signs. Finally, things have calmed down in Hong Kong quite a bit since the Taiwanese elections, which led to the election of major anti-mainland leader. That’s taken the pressure off of Hong Kong, but localized demonstrations are continuing. More to come on this front.
27/01/2022m 57s

Common Stock Warrants A Powerful Wealth Building Tool - Dudley Baker #4643

Dudley Baker has been compiling his common stock warrant database for decades. He’s expanded his database to include Canadian and US issued warrants. The potential for profit has never been greater. Even during the depressed markets, the opportunity to profit. It’s all about market timing. Over the past 7 years it was very difficult to earn profits. There’s good reason to believe that that’s about to change.  A few of Dudley’s favorites: Gran Columbia Gold ($3), Ross Beaty's Equinox Gold (shorter maturity than ideal), Kootenay Silver
27/01/2035m 37s

Everyone Deserves a FICO Boost - Sam McElroy #4642

FICO or credit scores are now at record highs. The question is why? After all debt is at record levels. It’s a combination of events. The Obama admin helped to artificially boost scores by implementing regulations. In addition, many people who were wiped out during the great recession have seen their scores increase and heal because they’ve been shut out of the credit markets. All-in-all, the trend is favorable and we haven’t any retracement yet, so it’s full steam ahead for the economy.
24/01/2016m 13s

Gold Market Poised - Lawrence Lepard #4641

New guest Lawrence Lepard runs Equity Management Associates, LLC, which has focused on investing in precious metals since 2008. Larry looked at the world during that crisis period and believed that precious metals were the place to be. While nothing ever works out as we believe it will, Larry thinks the current environment will result in major advances in both precious metals and the mining stocks. So far, looking at what's happened in the past 6 months, he might very well be correct.
24/01/2022m 38s

The Metals Sector is Headed Higher - John Rubino #4640

It's no secret that the precious metals markets have been in the dumps for the past 4 - 5 years. It was nearly impossible to raise capital and they were shunned by investors and lenders alike. Now things are looking up. The vibe at the Vancouver Resource Investor Conference was decidedly upbeat and positive. When will gold and silver move higher is the question. Probably sooner rather than later.
23/01/2030m 29s

Otis Gold Back in the Game - Craig Lindsay #4639

Otis Gold was moving fast, getting a major investment from Agnico Eagle and receiving a drill permit from the US Forest Service. Everything was looking up and then the unthinkable happened; an environmental group filed a lawsuit claiming their permit was improperly issued and all work on the Kilgore Project should be stopped. The stock promptly tanked and Otis was living in legal limbo. However, justice eventually prevailed, they won the case and now Otis's future is once again bright. New developments since their initial PEA have shown greater recoveries than initially expected and the price of gold has gone from 1300 to over 1500, raising their projected IRR to over 60%. And CEO Craig Lindsay believes the best is yet to come. They're looking at the next discoveries as the ultimate payoff. Had you taken action after our Otis Gold Webcast, you could have nearly doubled your money.
23/01/2015m 6s

Luminex Resources Another Ross Beaty Company Poised for Success - Marshall Koval & Scott Hicks #4638

The Lumina Group has been delivering results since 2004. During that time it has returned nearly 10 to 1 to investors. Luminex Resources came out of Luminex Gold. Its  Ecuador projects with their highly promising geological prospects show great potential. They've got two high powered joint ventures underway, with heavyweight partners Anglo American and BHP who are moving aggressively to bring the Tarqi and Pegasus projects to fruition. CEO Marshall Koval's 40 years of mining experience is well positioned to move the Company forward. Scott Hicks is excited to be part of the team and his diverse finance background has put him in the right place at the right time.
22/01/2030m 31s

Not Your Great-Grandfather's Insurance Company - Sean Harper #4637

The insurance industry is the very definition of the word conservative. Change comes extremely slowly to this giant profitable segment of the economy. They’ve been slow to adapt to technology, with many of them still running their businesses on antiquated main-frame computers. Sean designed Kin Insurance from scratch. With direct sales and state of the art systems, Sean has cut costs by 50 percent and claims payouts are 15 percent under the industry average. All this while managing to insure properties in challenging, catastrophe prone markets. Not bad.
21/01/2019m 5s

Turley Talks and the World Listens - Dr. Steve Turley #4636

We had the honor of connecting with Dr. Steve Turley, a noted professor of Theology and Rhetoric and a YouTube sensation. Steve is incredibly optimistic about the emerging populist-nationalist movement that has been sweeping the world. He's incredibly well-read and has a historical insight that few possess. He traces our current cultural malaise to the Modernistic Movement which led many to believe that man is primarily an intellectual/rational creature, with no need for God or the spiritual world, only science. This has led to cultural Marxism with its nihilistic underpinning. Thus, we have experienced the decline of the family, religion and most societal institutions. However according to Steve, that movement has run its course. People are rejecting the hopeless it fostered, in favor of a return to a more traditional populist society that believes in nations, communities and the ability of man to grow into an happy enlightened individual. Witness the election of Donald Trump, Brexit, Boris Johnson and too many other instances to list here. While the transition back is chaotic, in the end, there is no other way forward.
20/01/2031m 40s

Stock Market Algorithm to Infinity - Bix Weir #4635

According to Bix Weir, the computerized market rigging has been going on for 50 years. Every morning they get their marching orders from treasury secretary Mnuchin, complete with instructions on the day’s price targets. The DOW, Comex, gold and silver prices are all pre-determined at that time. As long as the music keeps playing, the day of reckoning will be put off into the future. Tesla has been an orchestrated short squeeze leading to its parabolic rise. The reality is that valuations no longer matter. There’s an unlimited ability to manipulate any market at any time.
17/01/2023m 28s

Impeachment Madness and the Delusions of Congress with Matt Nye #4634

The impeachment histrionics are well underway. Trump is going absolutely nowhere. But his inquisitors will be after their epic fail. Both parties are completely corrupt. And Trump represents an existential threat to their global-kickback gravy-train. Who will blink first? In any event, this drama is the perfect prelude to Trump's reelection in 2020. Guess that's what winning is all about.
17/01/2025m 10s

Markets Celebrate China Deal - Jeffrey Small #4633

Stock markets rejoice upon signing of the initial China trade deal. Certain tariffs will be reduced, but most will be retained until the implementation of the anticipated final deal. Jeff believes that markets could go up another 10 percent this year. We are truly living in the best of all possible worlds, except for all that debt. But Trump will fix it. You can take that to the bank, until there's a run on it.
16/01/2025m 16s

Democratic Follies and 2020 - Gerard Lameiro #4632

It's all starting to seem very obvious now. From impeachment to the wannabe presidential challengers, there's no there, there. While Trump can admirably run on his records, if not his tweets, the pretenders to the throne are only able to throw verbal tomatoes and not much else. They stand for nothing, if they stand for anything at all. Which begs the question, who's the real Democrat challenger. Will a brokered convention result in a completely shattered party? Let's see what happens next.
15/01/2027m 44s

Tesla Stock Goes into Full Blown Ludicrous Mode - Danielle Park #4631

Can Tesla keep going up and up and up? Love the car, hate the stock. The stock has gone into full blown Ludicrous Mode. Musk has advised people not to buy the stock even though it comprises most of his net worth. Seems like hedge funds have gone into hyper hypothication. There’s no tolerance for anyone with a bearish contrarian view. Seems like the laws of financial gravity have been repealed. Now it’s what goes up will keep going up and up forever.
15/01/2025m 30s

Is Tesla the Bitcoin of Stocks? with John Rubino #4630

Tesla just broke $500 per share. The Tesla fan boys believe it's headed to infinity. Does that sound familiar? They're probably the same people who were buying Bitcoin at $19000 and look where they are now. One constant in investing is that the tree does not grow to the sky. According to Nick Santiago, Tesla will hit $542-3 and then dive. That's not to say it's not a great company and it's plans for world dominance won't eventually succeed. Just don't bet all of your IRA or 401k on it, especially at these lofty levels. People who invest at the top of a parabolic move, inevitably wind up falling off a cliff.
14/01/2026m 4s

High Stakes Musical Chairs - Nick Santiago #4629

When the music stops someone is going to be left without a seat. Don’t let it be you! Watchout for the high volume reversal day. If you look at the S&P 500, the volume in the SPY’s (SPDR - Spider)has been light. When it breaks 100 million shares on a big down day, look out below. Everyting has been going Trump’s way - a real Teflon Don. People are becoming immune to the political stunts. But there are bigger underlying problem ahead. Coming to us from Europe and Japan. Negative interest rates are toxic. Nick is looking for continued gold consolidationin early 2020, but it will be going higher later in the later in year into 2021. The longer the sideways trend continues, the higher gold will go. The skies the limit. Silver is always the red-headed step child. The mining stocks will follow.  P.S. Watch out for Tesla. It's on a parabolic move until it breaks $542-543. Buy a Tesla and get some free tulip.
14/01/2018m 22s

Watch Out For A-holes with Aaron Clarey a/k/a Captain Capitalism #4628

Aaron Clarey has appeared on the show a number times. He's a keen observer of modern life and has in fact made an excellent living off of his combination of charm and tough love. He breakthrough moment was when realized that the Millennial Generation was helpless and A-Hole Consulting was born. Now his new book How Not to be a Millennial is sure to be a major success. The process is very simple, don't get into debt, don't get a useless major and don't follow the boomers. Hopefully some of this hapless generation can be saved.
13/01/2018m 19s

Virginia - Democratic Gun Grabbers Gone Wild - Dr. John R. Lott, Jr. #4627

The Bloomberg financed Virginia Legislature has been full-tilt Mad Max on the legimate gun owners of the state. It has led to a state of near insurrection with county sheriffs refusing to enforce any laws deemed violative of the 2nd Amendment. Counties, cities and states are proclaiming themselves 2nd Amendment sanctuaries. Where will it end? Will the State lock up sheriffs and call out the National Guard? Will there be a federal response from President Trump? All questions to be answered.
13/01/2022m 0s

Farewell General Soleimani - Frank Vernuccio #4626

President Trump did the unthinkable, he terminated General Soleimani with extreme prejudice. Our view is good riddance. The late General was a terroristic homicidal maniac with a thirst for blood. While it's very easy to fall for the moral equivalency trap, his elimination was removal of a blight on humanity. There are rules of war which the United States has routinely violated, no doubt. Wars have been fought under very specious grounds that have resulted in mass casualties. However, to our knowledge, our generals have not eliminated thousands of potential domestic adversaries or engaged in heinous civilian attacks that have no military purpose, other than to instill terror among civilians. In short, even a guilty criminal can commit acts of justifiable homicide, of which this was surely one. While the world might not be a better place for the General's passing, it surely is not a worse place either.
10/01/2017m 42s

If you thought 2019 was a Blockbuster, just wait for 2020 - Eddie Ghabour #4625

Stocks are roaring to begin 2020. All three of the major averages are off to a strong start to the new year, trading higher by at least 0.5 percent, with the Nasdaq Composite and S&P 500 reaching fresh highs. The early gains come on the heels of the People's Bank of China saying it would cut its reserve requirement ratio by 50 basis points, lowering the amount of money banks are required to keep on hand. The benchmark S&P gained 28.9 percent last year while the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq Composite rallied 35.2 percent and 22.3 percent, respectively.   Ticker Security Last Change Change % I:DJI DOW JONES AVERAGES 28714.17 +175.73 +0.62% SP500 S&P 500 3249.19 +18.41 +0.57% I:COMP NASDAQ COMPOSITE INDEX 9060.195978 +87.59 +0.98% Apple shares hit a record high, and are closing in on the $300 level. Elsewhere, Boeing gained despite Reuters reporting rival Airbus delivered a record 863 aircraft in 2019, making it the top planemaker for the year. Ford was little changed after receiving a downgrade at Evercore. The firm cut its rating on the automaker to "underperform," citing its high valuation.   Ticker Security Last Change Change % AAPL APPLE INC. 297.88 +4.23 +1.44% BA BOEING COMPANY 328.19 +2.43 +0.75% F FORD MOTOR COMPANY 9.26 -0.04 -0.43% Looking at deals, Anixter International accepted a $93.50 a share in cash offer from Clayton Dubilier & Rice LLC. The deal, which values Anixter at about $4.3 billion, comes after Wesco last month offered $93.50 a share in cash and stock.   Ticker Security Last Change Change % AXE ANIXTER INTL 94.30 +2.20 +2.39% WCC WESCO INTL 59.49 +0.10 +0.17% On the commodities front, gold was up 0.5 percent at $1,530 an ounce and West Texas Intermediate crude oil was higher by 0.2 percent at $61.16 a barrel. U.S. Treasurys gained slightly, pushing the yield on the 10-year note down almost 2 basis points to 1.89 percent. In Europe, France's CAC 40 rose 1.3 percent while Germany's DAX and Britain's FTSE both added 1 percent. Overnight, Hong Kong's Hang Seng jumped 1.1 percent and China's Shanghai Composite
10/01/2022m 12s

2020 Foresight is 20-20 with Craig Hemke (a/k/a) Turd Ferguson #4624

In 2019 Craig Hemke made the most accurate gold call of any analyst out there. He said that the Fed would be cutting rates in September, he was two months late. Best of all, the gold price acted as he forecast. Fed debt is increasing geometrically with no end in sight. Where will that leave gold and the dollar? Right now gold is in the mid 1550’s, with more increases on the way. It’s all connected with the Repo melt-down and QE4. The deficit isn’t going away, the only way it can be paid is by direct monetization, which is well underway. The Fed was late releasing it's latest meeting minutes, where they admitted that if the risk of liquidity continues they’ll be increasing monetization to shorter duration of securities. Anyone can see it happening before our very eyes.  Click here to get Craig's free report...
09/01/2023m 51s

Iran Attacks, Stocks go Higher -  Chris Vermeulen #4623

Did the Fed dump $150 billion into the markets to keep the market going higher. Stocks truly are climbining on a wall of worry. Stocks are still on an upward trajectory until further notice. Fears of war seem to disapate within hours. The current war element will be adding another dimension to trading. Traders will be more jittery and more apt to dump stocks at the first sign of hosilities. Kind of like shorting Tesla, oops. And yes you can still compete with the algos. There’s plenty of plays out there for the astute.
09/01/2025m 15s

Virginia 2nd Amendment Uprising and Church Shootings - George Matheis #4622

They’ve gone too far. Virginia wants to ban semi-automatic weapons, indoor shooting ranges and even martial arts training. The people have had it and now there’s a demonstration set where over 1 million people are going to attend. Talk of calling out the National Guard or the police is absurd. We also talked extensively about proper defensive actions to take during a church shooting. Don’t be a fish in a barrel. Have your exit strategy in place. A moving target is always harder to hit. It always helps to have a plan.
08/01/2019m 41s

Market Direction, Uncertainty Ahead - Jim Welsh #4621

2019 was an outstanding year for stock market appreciation. What will 2020 bring? Jim believes that the 1st quarter is going to be slow growth since the China deal won’t kick in right away. Then there’s the seasonal factors, where Q1 is usually the slowest of the year. And of course, profits weren’t up last year, only PE ratios. Can that happen again? What’s your prediction, where do you see the market heading. Let us know.
08/01/2024m 36s

The World is Going Wild - John Rubino #4620

Just when you thought it was safe to short Tesla, the Middle East blows up. The US does a targeted assassination of Iran’s number 2 and it’s off to the races. Gold took off and blasted through the pesky $1550 resistance point. While metals have pulled back they’re still well ahead. The big question is how much more abuse can the global financial system take? With debt levels continuing to escalate, we could be reaching that tipping point. However, we’ve been here before. And what about Brexit? No one really knows. But John thinks they can make it on their own without the EU.
07/01/2024m 29s

Consumer Confidence Disappoints As Hope Fades - Brad Williams #4619

Following the headline decline for Conference Board Consumer Confidence in November, analysts are expecting an exuberant bounce in December as every asset class rose majestically (despite retail sales slowing). But, despite record high stocks, the headline consumer confidence data disappointed, printing 126.5 (down from the upwardly revised 126.8) and well below the hopeful 128.5 expected. While the Present Situation picked up modestly, the Future Outlook weakened: Present situation confidence rose to 170.0 vs 166.6 last month Consumer confidence expectations fell to 97.4 vs 100.3 last month
07/01/2015m 9s

Mickey Fulp's Monthly/Annual Major Market Review & 2019 Wrap Up

US Stock Markets posted a banner year finishing December with NASDAQ up 3.6% in December and 35% for the year. Foreign markets followed suit but were up by much less. Dollar was down for December but pretty much flat for the year. Same with the Euro, showing a small decline of 2.2% on the year. Interest rates on the 10 year were down by 29%. Bitcoin, the big winner was up nearly 94%. Gold and Silver were up for the month and finished 18% and 15% respectively. Platinum broke out of its triple bottom finishing the year ahead 21.4%. Palladium was the big winner for the metals finishing up 53.5% in 19. Copper finished they year 2.7% in the black. WTI and Brent turned bullish finishing up over 40%. Natgas was a loser yet again finishing out the year with a 25.5% loss. Uranium finished in the red by 13%.Ratios are looking interesting with Au:Ag at 85, Pt:AU .65, Pt:Pd .5, BRT:WTI 1.12, WTI:HH 27.88 and AU:WTI 24.86. What a year. Look for a breakout in gold during Q1. Some type of bounce for Natgas/HH could come with colder weather in the Northeast. That's it for 2019. Onwards and upwards for 2020! DJIA 12/31/19 28538 1.7% 6.0% 7.3% 22.3% S&P 500 12/31/19 3231 2.9% 2.9% 8.5% 28.9% NASDAQ 12/31/19 8973 3.6% 12.2% 12.1% 35.2% RUS 2000 12/31/19 1668 2.6% 9.5% 3.7% 23.6% TSX 12/31/19 17063 0.1% 2.4% 4.2% 19.1% TSX.V 12/31/19 578 8.6% 3.4% -1.2% 3.8% MCSI 12/31/19 1115 7.2% 11.4% 5.7% 15.4% VIX 12/31/19 13.75         DXY 12/31/19 96.50 -1.8% -2.9% 0.3% 0.3% EURO 12/31/19 1.12 1.7% 2.8% -1.4% -2.2% 10 Year 12/31/19 1.92 7.9% 14.3% -4.0% -28.6% Bitcoin 12/31/19 7150 -7.2% -13.5% -42.0% 93.8% Au 12/31/19 1518 3.7% 3.1% 7.7% 18.4% Ag 12/31/19 17.84 4.9% 5.1% 16.8% 15.3% Pt 12/31/19 964 7.8% 9.7% 15.6% 21.4% Pd 12/31/19 1922 5.5% 16.1% 26.8% 53.5% Cu 12/31/19 2.79 5.2% 7.5% 3.1% 2.7% WTI 12/31/19 61.06 10.2% 12.9% 4.9% 34.5% Brent 12/31/19 68.38 9.5% 12.5% 2.7% 30.8% Henry Hub 12/31/19 2.19 -3.9% -6.0% -5.6% -25.5% U308 12/31/19 24.95 -3.8% -2.2% 1.5% -13.1% Ratios Au : Ag Pt : Au Pt : Pd BRT : WTI WTI : HH AU:WTI   85.09 0.64 0.50 1.12 27.88 24.86
03/01/2017m 12s

Consumer Spending Climbs at Fastest Pace in 4 Months - John Grace #4618

The numbers: Americans increased spending in November at the fastest rate in four months, suggesting households still have plenty of buying power to keep the economy growing at a steady pace through the holiday shopping season.  Consumer spending rose 0.4% last month, the government said Friday. That’s the biggest increase since July and it matched the MarketWatch forecast. The cost of goods and services also increased slightly in November, but inflation more broadly was still quite low. The so-called PCE price index rose 0.2% last month to push the yearly rate of inflation up a tick to 1.5%. That’s still well below the Federal Reserve’s 2% inflation target, however.  What happened: Households bought more cars and trucks in November. They also spent more on health care, government figures showed. Steadily rising incomes — a byproduct of the strongest labor market in decades — have made it easier for households to spend. Incomes climbed a solid 0.5% last month, rebounding from a flat reading in October that economists viewed as an anomaly. Consumers were also able to pocket some more savings. The savings rate edged up to 7.9% from 7.8%. The broad increase in consumer spending last month told a somewhat different picture than a narrower survey of how much Americans spent at retail stores. Retail sales appeared somewhat soft, but it might have stemmed from a late Thanksgiving holiday that pushed Black Monday into December. If so, retail sales should be stronger in December than would usually be the case. Meanwhile, another inflation bellwether in the report, known as core PCE, edged up 0.1% last month. It’s risen just 1.6% in the past 12 months.  The core rate strips out food and energy prices since they tend to swing more sharply than the cost of other goods and services. Big picture: Strong consumer spending has kept the economy expanding for a record 11th straight year, but it hasn’t been enough to offset the drag from weaker business investment. U.S. growth in 2019 has slowed after hitting a 13-year peak in 2018.  Slower growth is expected to persist into early 2020, but the odds of recession are seen as very low.  Market reaction:The Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.41% and S&P 500 SPX, +0.56% rose slightly in Friday trades. The 10-year Treasury yield TMUBMUSD10Y, -0.08% was unchanged at 1.93%.
02/01/2013m 17s

Nothing Can Go Wrong - Go Wrong - Go Wrong with John Rubino #4617

Everything is coming up roses for Donald Trump, impeachment is a major non-event. Yet there are still things that can bring him down. A stock market collapse, a credit collapse or a geo-political event that kills the economy. Junk bonds are now booming, a late cycle event that is a portent of things to come. Another even more important development in the credit market is the total prostitution of the rating agencies, just like  the early 2000’s. As the saying goes, We’ve learned nothing and forgotten nothing.
01/01/2027m 26s

Make Asset Protection Your New Year’s Resolution - Scott Smith #4616

Prepare now and don’t become low hanging fruit for an opportunistic blood-sucking attorney. A series LLC structure outside of California can be just the thing to insulate you from frivilous lawsuits. It’s cost-effective and easy to administer. You can create one parent LLC with an infinite number of child LLC’s. Sound estate planning also fits in with this strategy as well. Setting up a living trust fits in perfectly. Don't overly rely upon your insurance company to protect you, they might leave you disappointed and subject to large liability.
31/12/1916m 58s

Whatever happened to Don't Be Evil?  - TG Watkins #4614

2nd highest number of CEO's step down in 2019. New CEO at Google, is he real or a figurehead. The tech oligarchs have too much power and have the ability influence everything we do, especially our vote. Google is busy siding with China against the US. It's time to reign them in. But how? There's a group of State's Attorneys General pursuing an anti-trust action against the tech giants. Whatever happened to Don't Be Evil?
30/12/1923m 35s

Confounding the Skeptics as Usual - Ivan Bebek #4615

Auryn’s Sombrero project’s drill license should becoming any day now. When you’re dealing with governtment bureaucracies, even friendly ones, delays are inevitable. Ivan says they’re only a few weeks behind schedule. The drill plan is to commence in Q1 and they’re sticking to that schedule until further notice.   Bonanza silver sample grades at the company’s Curibaya project have been nothing short of breathtaking. Permitting in Curibaya is far easier matter than Sombrero because of the desert like conditions and lower population density. Best of all, there’s water and electric nearby. Drilling could be right around the corner.  Auryn is actually three companies in one, the Canadian projects, Sombrero and Curibaya, all with amazing potential. Things should really start heating up in 2020, hopefully taking the stock price with it. (In the interest of full disclosure, Auryn is an FSN sponsor and we like it so much we own the shares)
27/12/1919m 13s

Letter of Intent China Agreement - Jeff Socha #4613

China and the US have reached a trade agreement. Actually, it's more like a letter of intent where the parties have agreed to agree. Where it's actually heading is anyone's guess. But these markets don't seem to care about minor items like that, or impeachment or rapidly expanding debt. The market's making new highs and that's really all that matters to Wall Street. The system is working.
26/12/1919m 19s

They Myth of Paul Volker - Keith Weiner #4612

Is Paul Volker a legend or a myth? He's largely credited as the man who broke the back of inflation. While he vigorously attacked inflation through double digit interest rates, but that was after the Fed had dramatically raised the money supply and caused the inflationary wave we were suffering through. History will be the judge of interest rate manipulation.
24/12/1920m 27s

Federal Student Loans are Making College Unaffordable - Richard K Vedder #4611

For years Richard K. Vedder has railed against the dysfunctional federal student loan program. The availability of cheap federal student loans has enabled universities to increase tuition fees aggressively, helping fund an unproductive academic arms race that, among other things, has led to sizable administrative bloat on most campuses. The proportion of recent college graduates from the lowest quartile of the income distribution is lower than it was in 1970, suggesting that student loans have not been a successful vehicle for providing college access to those from low-income backgrounds—a primary program goal. Proof that the student loan program boondogle is accomplishing exactly the opposite of its stated purpose.
23/12/1930m 21s

TG Watkins #4614

2nd highest number of CEO's step down in 2019. New CEO at Google, is he real or a figurehead. The tech oligarchs have too much power and have the ability influence everything we do, especially our vote. Google is busy siding with China against the US. It's time to reign them in. But how? There's a group of State's Attorneys General pursuing an anti-trust action against the tech giants. Whatever happened to Don't Be Evil?
20/12/1923m 35s

Silver One Drills are Turning - Greg Crowe #4610

Greg Crowe sat down with us recently to give us the latest updates on Silver One's ever expanding Candelaria Project. Metallurgical testing to bring the heaps back into production has been underway and they should know shortly how to recover the 40 plus million ounces contained therein. Exploration and pre-development is also taking place. The drills are turning with 8-10 holes underway. The historic 43-101 is being update and is expected to be completed sometime in Q1-Q2 of 2020. These are extremely high grade ore on a par or better than some of the highest producing mines in the world. He's also working on newly acquired Cherokee. It also appears to have to some extremely high-grade silver. A lot more will be know soon, but we're certain that our sponsor Silver One is extremely well situated to move ahead with both projects.
20/12/1921m 0s

Who Stole Your Pension? - Robert Kyosaki #4609

The legendary investor, author, wealth coach joined us today. He has a new book out Who Stole My Pension? We discmussed the coming pension crisis both at the private and government levels. What are the solutions? How do we find our way out of this mess? What about the Trump Tax Law’s windfall for real estate investors? How is the real economy doing? What about precious metals? Where are we really headed, with insurmountable debt in our paths?
20/12/1931m 28s

Manipulating the World Economy - Martin Armstrong #4608

The second edition of Martin’s seminal work Manipluating the World Economy has just been released. We sat down with Martin for a long interview on economic history and how we got where we are today. We will take questions for Martin on our follow-up interview next month. Please send them to We will answer all. Sit back, relax and listen to the way things really are from someone who may well be one of the great economic thinkers of our time.
19/12/1943m 23s

Triple Lutz Report 476 - Get Ready For A Brokered Dem Convention

All of the current democrat presidential candidates are unelectable and are fake candidates. They have absolutely no chance of beating Trump. And the Dem Party knows this and have chosen these people for exactly this reason. The top 4 candidates, Biden, Sanders, Warren and Buttigieg have been unwittingly or perhaps knowlingly recruited to split the vote, insuring that no candidate heading into the convention will have the necessary 1990 delegates to clinch the nomination. This allows the true insider pick to emerge from behind the curtain and assume their rightful place as the nominee. The only question is will it be Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz or Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf.  We rate the odds of each one being selected. The governors are probably best situated to help recover the Midwest blue collar voter. But is it enough and are the Dems thinking that rationally? Let’s see what happens next.
19/12/1921m 7s

Hooked on Phonics K-12 with Bruce Deitrick Price #4607

Phonics, the only effective way to teach reading is again become dominant. Our knowledge based education system has failed to educate 10’s of millions. Bruce believes that boys are particularly hard hit by the move away from phonics. Boys are devastated by their inability to learn reading and language. It makes it almost impossible to become a proficient reader. There’s no mystery about it. Once a kid learns how to read he can educate himself and really doesn’t need to go to school. Check out Bruce’s article.
18/12/1928m 35s

Buy the Rumor: Sell the News with John Rubino #4606

Risks that were overhanging the market are all coming to pass. Brexit gets reaffirmed. Trade deal with China. Getting rid of some tarrifs. The Fed came out and announced stready as she goes, no rate hikes or cuts down the pike. Or at least until so-called inflation passes two percent, which it never will because the real rate of inflation is way higher than the stated rate.
17/12/1925m 13s

Gold Stocks Diverging from Metal Prices - Jordan Roy Byrne #4605

Jordan Roy-Byrne is quite optimistic about miner’s stocks performance for the coming year. The GDXJ and other indicators are pointing positive even in the face of stagnant gold and silver prices. The silver miners are doing even better. And it appears that while prices could go lower, they’re in a trading that could see major advances end of Q4 to middle of Q1. While past is not always prologue, the track record for this rally is close to 80 percent. That could be a profitable bet worth taking.
17/12/1920m 40s

Trayvon Martin Fraud Heading Back to Court - Joel Gilbert #4604

Joel Gilbert's new movie The Trayvon Hoax:Unmasking the Witness Fraud that Divided America is having some unintended consequences. Upon discovery of the fraud that was unleashed again him by the State of Florida, Martin's Family and attorney Benjamin Crump, George Zimmerman has filed a $100 million lawsuit against the parties. Perhaps now the country will come to understand what happens when race hucksters are allowed to ply their toxic wares to the public unchallenged.
16/12/1927m 59s

Mining Stocks Headed Higher in 2020 - David Erfle #4603

Newsletter writer David Erfle is extremely bullish on mining stocks for the coming year. They're outperforming the metal and they've made higher lows. Once this consolidation period is over, they're most certainly heading higher, probably to new highs. There's so many good companies out there and David talks about 3 of them. Always a great dialogue.
13/12/1918m 50s

Keep Your Eyes and Ears Open, You Just Might Learn Something - Ian Winer #4602

Ian Winer is an investor, philosopher, writer and public speaker who connects people to the truth of market places and human behavior. A regular contributor to CNBC, Fox Business, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, and Reuters, to name just a few, he is known for seeking connections through non consensus thinking and making it relatable to everyone. Ian left his career on Wall Street after 22 years to further explore his theory of “Ubiquitous Relativity” which suggests ways to enhance our connections to others. His first book, "Ubiquitous Relativity," which was just published on June 4th, 2019, takes a deep dive into how his theory can improve the lives of everyone.
13/12/1935m 31s

Murky Markets, Late 2020 Gold Rally - Eric Hadik #4601

Stock Market will be moving higher but not greatly so. Could be warning signs flashing in Q1 & Q2 of 2020.  Gold Q1 rally might not happen till February. A coupl of decent rallies in 2020 for gold, perhaps holding and waiting. No end of the year rally coming. Perhaps a minor rally in December from mid to late December, but no sticking power.  Oil Need a weekly close over $60 but otherwise the trend is still down, to around $46. It’s a multi-year trend taking place. OPEC is attempting to lower production and increase prices. Something negative could always his the market. Risk turns to the unexpected.  Interest Rates continue to decline to lower rates and then on to a new advance later. Long term cycles point to the middle of 2020 as the most likely time for the next significant top in rates. Between now Q2 we could see rates edge lower. In June/July 2020 there could be a significant reversal of the 30 year trend towards lower rates.  Dollar Confined to a tight trading range for the foreseeable future. Could see a decline in late December. Could see a more significant bottom in January/February. Not a necessarily a significant change in the trend. Still hasn’t recpatured its previous highs. Would need to see it break beneath the 94-95 level.
12/12/1922m 43s

Can Cannabis Save Canada - Danielle Park #4600

The situation in Canada continues to deteriorate at an alarming pace. Bankruptcies/insolvencies are rising rapidly. So goes Canada, so goes the US? When in doubt cut rates, it always works. Danielle believes the country needs to diversify and develope new businesses. Let’s not forget about China’s worsening economy and its inability to revive the its exports. How will Canada be affected?
12/12/1924m 9s

The Wile E. Coyote Economy - Bob Hoye #4599

Bull and bear markets have been with us throughout history. Bubbles are a natural result of events. Bob took the price of gold in senior currency terms from the 1700’s on and there’s regular pattern. Gold runs up in price, using a relative strength index and the gold to silver ratio. The real price of gold represents profitability of the gold miners. In 2011 the gold bear hit. It based and now it has broken out of the range. The real price turns up and then it’s off to the races for the mining sector. We’re in the early stages of a major golden bull, with minor interruptions. It’s the one sector in a post bubble recession that will do well. Inverted yield curve means a recession is on the way, always!
11/12/1917m 10s

Headline Driven Markets Mean Big Gains and Potential Losses - Gary Wagner #4598

Sunday is a big day. More China tarrifs or not? 2019 has been an incredible year for gold. We saw a $1370 ceiling and this year it broke through resistance. We could see a big spike come Sunday or Monday or it could hover in this range for a while. We’re right below a 50 percent retracement - $1481 - if we breakthrough it we could be looking at $1500 and then up from there. Rally began at $1270 and stopped at $1565. But these numbers are irrelevant whether Trump does or doesn’t. The power of the media cycle cannot be underestimated.
11/12/1926m 54s

Finally the Real Cause of Repo Madness - John Rubino #4597

Remember just a few months ago when repo rates went from 1 percent to 10 percent overnight. The Fed assured us that it was because of quarterly tax payments, or who knows may it was a YouTube video that caused the meltdown. Well, we speculated from the get go that it was one or more major banks going bust. We were close to the truth, at least according to the BIS (Bank for International Settlements)  it was hedge funds hocking their treasuries to stay liquid. But the main funding big banks pulled the plug. Seems they were rattled by the sudden surge in demand and were trying to reign in their risk. But we're convinced this is only part of the story and the net result is still the same, QE3.5 or better is with us forever.
10/12/1924m 40s

$2500 Gold in 2020 - Charles Nenner #4596

Gold will resume its upward trajectory towards the end of Q1 2020. US stock market will not see a blow-off yet. Interest rates are not going up, they're going lower still. Starting middle of January long rates will be heading down. Unemployment will pick up next year and recession is likely. Oil longer term cycles are down, as low as $36 per barrel. Natgas hit it’s price target on the down side and we should see a bounce. Longer term we could $1.70. Dollar will stay in the range until beginning of next year and then go a bit higher. Real estate approaching a new high, but it's an intermediate one that will see prices go yet higher. Bonds, gold and silver are the investments for the coming year.
10/12/1913m 42s

Triple Lutz Report Episode #475 - Non Compos Mentis Creepy Joe (Biden) - Meet Tim Walz The Man Behind the Curtain

The so-called democratic field of presidential candidates is a farce. It's not real, it's simply intended to deceive and distract. And it's working! If sleepy creepy Joe Biden wins the nomination he will be removed prior to the convention, ostensibly for health reasons. Then we'll see one of three people take his place. Hillary, Andy Cuomo or Tim Walz (Minnesota's Governor). My money is on Tim. He an outsider insider. He's lefty enough for the core of the party. Perhaps he can hold Minnesota in the election and pick-up a couple of midwestern states that were claimed by Trump in 2020. Whatever happens, rest assured that none of the current crop of candidates will be the actual nominee. Like impeachment, it's all just a side show to the main event.
09/12/1919m 50s

New World Disorder - Gerald Celente #4595

Dozens of countries around the world are seeing massive social unrest. The foundation of the movement is freedom and income inequality. No more central planning and no more government control over individuals. The people in Hong Kong are fighting for their lives. Gerald explains why the Chinese have not shut down HK's massive civil unrest. In Spain it's Catalonia. The list goes on and on. All around the world. Major currencies are hitting new lows against the US dollar. And this is just the beginning.
09/12/1924m 55s

A Big Mess Brewing - Al Caceido #4594

U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell and Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren attend a presentation by the East Hartford CONNects, a Working Cities Challenge initiative, and community residents project at Silver Lane Elementary School in East Hartford, Connecticut, U.S., Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Monday night that the current level of interest rates should sustain the economic expansion in the United States, signaling that no more rate cuts are likely at the moment. At a speech in Providence, R.I., Powell said the central bank’s three consecutive rate cuts this year have left interest rates at a level “likely to remain appropriate.” The target federal funds rate is now in the range of 1.50% to 1.75%. “At this point in the long expansion, I see the glass as much more than half full,” Powell said in Providence. His speech wrapped up a day of meetings in East Hartford, Connecticut, where Powell toured the local community’s workforce development initiatives. Powell said that while he saw monetary policy as “well positioned,” he reiterated that policymakers are not on a “preset course” and said the Fed’s path on rates could change if there were a “material reassessment” of economic conditions. Powell’s commentary echoes his remarks to Congress less than two weeks ago, when he told lawmakers that “there’s no reason” why the economic expansion, now the longest in American history, can’t continue. His testimony similarly described interest rate levels as “likely to remain appropriate.” Powell continued to point to tepid inflationary pressures, weakening global growth, and trade developments as risks that the central bank hoped to hedge against by cutting rates by a total of 75 basis points this year. ‘Far from dull’ But Powell noted that the full effects of those cuts have not been realized yet, adding to the argument that the Fed should pause on further rate cuts while it assesses the effects of its easing. “The full effects of these monetary policy actions will be felt over time, but we believe they are already helping to support consumer and business sentiment and boosting spending in interest-sensitive sectors, such as housing and consumer durable goods,” Powell said. Looking back on 2019, Powell acknowledged that monetary policy decisions have been “far from dull.” During the year, the Fed shifted from a commitment to gradual rate hikes, to a pause on interest rate changes, and then to easing policy.  But through those changes, Powell said the “favorable” outlook from policymakers has not changed much. Powell said the Fed’s pivot to easing helped “keep the favorable outlook on track.” Powell said letting the economy run has benefited low- and middle- income households, which have seen more rapid wage growth relative to other income groups. Powell said extending the economic expansion will ultimately bolster the “half full” view of the U.S. economy.
06/12/1914m 36s

Deal or No Deal with Jeff Ferry #4593

Jeff Ferry joined us to discuss the latest China developments. Seems that things are not always what they seem. Will Trump sell-out Hong Kong? Will China crackdown on this renegade province? AT some point they're going to act and they won't be looking back. They'll be looking straight down the barrel of a gun. And watch out then, we're going to see a blood bath. How will China trade be affected? Especially with riots breaking out around the globe. Beware of economists because they're always wrong.
06/12/1918m 6s

There Is No Alternative (TINA) - Michael Pento #4592

There is no alternative to the stock market - TINA. None dare call it QE. Debt monetization like Zimbabwe. $14 trillion of new confetti since 2007. No wonder the market hasn’t crashed yet. But there will be a day when the recession comes and we’ll turn to central banks and they’ll be powerless. We’re already in QE and zero percent money, what else can they do? What about the fiscal side of the leger? Global debt is now $255 trillion, 330 percent of GDP and economic growth is fettered when we’re at 90 percent. Most of the debt is unproductive by nature. $1 trillion in debt during an expansion, wait for $3 trillion when the recession hits.
05/12/1928m 51s

Will Wall Street Ever Learn or does it have to - Chris Markowski #4591

It’s been 10 years now and WS keeps doing the same mistakes over and over again. I urge everyone listening to watch Margin Call and The Big Short, whether you’ve seen them before or not. The lessons of these movies are more relevant than ever. Wall Street has learned that when in doubt, get a bailout. The next one will be here before you know it. As Chris and I discuss, we need a skin-in-the-game economy, where Wall Street and its managers actually risk their own capital and risk complete financial ruin if they tank their companies and industry. Let's go back to the good old day of Wall Street General Partnerships and let's penalize CEO's by taking their accrued fortunes when they kill companies like GE.
05/12/1920m 8s

Triple Lutz Report Episode #474 - Fake Election Season in Full Bloom

Everything about the Democratic Party's election show is a charade and a farce. Nothing is real, especially the candidates. They're as real as the caps on Joe Biden's teeth or the hair-plugs in his scalp. None of them are legitimate candidates. They've been put up by the elites to give the appearance of a hotly seated contest. It's simply a set-up for a brokered convention, or if Biden actually prevails, his stepping down before the convention, to enable the elites to choose the proper candidate. Either way chaos and havoc will reign. So get ready for Trump's second term. I called him in July of 2016 and I'm calling this one now.
04/12/1921m 58s

There’s Always Honor Among Central Bankers with John Rubino #4590

Poland just took back $5 billion of gold that was being held for it in London. Is that a sign of things to come? Signs of stress. Probably an important development. An unknown speculator bet $1.75 million on gold hitting $4k per ounce at a point in the future. The latest global debt number came out at over $250 trillion. Central banks are starting to act on the fear of an impending credit bust.
04/12/1922m 39s

The Madness of Crowds and Canadians - Danielle Park #4589

While our neighbor to the north has but a fraction of the US’s population, what happens there is important here as well. Miami’s real estate market is near collapse and hedge funds are taking a hit. What’s happening in Canada is no different than what’s happening here. Nonetheless, the migration from North to South continues on unabated.
04/12/1931m 2s

Cannabis Going Bust? with Allison Ostrander #4588

Cannabis stocks rallied for a second day last Wednesday, buoyed by a historic congressional committee passage of a bill that aims to lift the federal ban on weed, as well as strong gains for Curaleaf after it posted a narrower-than-expected third-quarter loss.  Curaleaf’s U.S.-listed shares CURLF, +15.23% CURA, +15.07% were last up 15%, as investors shrugged off its revenue miss. The Massachusetts-based company posted a loss of $6.8 million, or a penny a share, versus losses of $33.7 million, or 9 cents a share in the year-ago period. Revenue rose to $61.8 million from $21.4 million. Analysts polled by FactSet had expected losses of 2 cents a share on revenue of $63.6 million.  GMP analyst Robert Fagan, who rates the stock a buy, said the numbers were “largely in line with our relatively high expectations.” The revenue number was below his estimate of $67 million.  He highlighted positives, including good cost control, a sequential rise in sales and that vaping fears had only a mue effect on Select’s sales in the quarter. The company acquired the Select brand in May for CS1.27 billion ($954.7 million).  Read now: As pot stocks sink, these two guys just raised $120 million to buy Don’t miss: All the excuses cannabis companies are making for an ugly crop of earnings MKM analyst Bill Kirk raised his fair-value estimate on the stock to C$8 from C$6 but stuck with his neutral rating on the stock.  “Admittedly, after weak earnings reports for most of the sector, it feels nice to use positive numbers when talking about Curaleaf’s profitability,” the analyst wrote in a note. “However, we still can’t quite get there on valuation.” Sentiment on Wednesday was boosted after the House Judiciary Committee voted in favor of the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act, which looks to remove the federal ban on cannabis and expunge past convictions.  Read: Aurora Cannabis stock suffers worst day in more than five years, analyst says ‘it would be fair for investors not to believe them’ The bill, which is being introduced by Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, a New York Democrat, passed Wednesday by a 24-10 vote in favor. “The Senate will take its own time, but then the Senate always does,” Nadler said at a press conference on Tuesday to introduce the bill. He also aimed to sound upbeat ahead of Wednesday’s markup session for the bill: “The energy and the political pressure from the various states is growing rapidly. The Senate is subject to that, too. We’ll accomplish this.” Also read: House panel passes bill that aims to legalize marijuana, but top Democrat concedes ‘Senate will take its own time.’ In company news, Harvest Health & Recreation Inc. HRVSF, +8.07% HARV, +6.64% became the latest cannabis company to scale back a previously agreed deal, its plan to buy cannabis licenses in Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and Maryland from CannaPharmacy Inc. in a deal originally priced at $88 million in cash.  See now: Canada tells cannabis companies to improve disclosures of cross-holdings Instead, the companies have agreed that Harvest Health will acquire Franklin Labs LLC, a unit of CannaPharmacy, for $26 million that will be split between $15 million in cash and an $11 million promissory note. Harvest Chief Executive Jason Vedadi said the new terms will help the company advance its revenue and profitability goals.  Cannabis stocks are still going through a period of retrenchment after a deep slump in stock prices. Many companies are revising deal terms, cutting costs and considering asset sales as the legal market is developing more slowly than expected and companies continue to post losses. Harvest made the announcement as it posted a third-quarter loss of $39.1 million, or 14 cents a share, wider than the $453,000 loss posted in the year-earlier period. The company did not offer a per-share loss number for the year-earlier. Revenue rose to $33.2 million from $11.2 million. There are too few FactSet estimates to offer a reliable consensus. In a similar move, Neptune Wellness Solutions Inc. NEPT, +1.11% NEPT, +3.30%said Wednesday it has reached a mutual agreement with Canopy Growth Corp.CGC, +13.21% WEED, +15.66% to amend and restate their cannabis-processing agreement. The parties have agreed to an amended schedule of processing volumes committed to Neptune by Canopy and to the removal of certain preferential rights granted Canopy related to Neptune’s capacity and pricing.  “Effective June 30, 2020, volume and pricing will be negotiated between the two parties based on market conditions,” Neptune said in a statement. The 3-year term of the deal remains intact. Neptune’s U.S.-listed shares were down 3.7%, while Canopy was up about 12%.
03/12/1925m 33s

Mickey Fulp's Monthly Major Market Review (November 2019)

US exports more petroleum than it imports for the first time ever in November. Stock markets hit all time highs again with DJIA up a huge 3.70%. Dollar was up 1.1%. Euro down to 1.10. Bitcoin crashed yet again to 7705. Metals were off substantially with gold closing at 1464 and silver closing at 17.0. Palladium shot up again to 1822. WTI flat. Uranium up a bigly 8.0 percent to 25.93. Pt to Pd even lower all time low of .49. Gold to silver up again to 86.1. Till next month! DJIA 11/29/19 28051 3.70% S&P 500 11/29/19 3141 3.40% NASDAQ 11/29/19 8665 4.50% RUS 2000 11/29/19 1625 4.00% TSX 11/29/19 17040 3.40% TSX.V 11/29/19 532 -1.10% MCSI 11/29/19 1040 -0.40% VIX 11/29/19 12.62   DXY 11/29/19 98.27 1.10% EURO 11/29/19 1.1 -1.30% 10 Year 11/29/19 1.78 5.30% Bitcoin 11/29/19 7705 -15.60% Au 11/29/19 1464 -3.20% Ag 11/29/19 17 -5.90% Pt 11/29/19 894 -3.90% Pd 11/29/19 1822 2.40% Cu 11/29/19 2.65 0.30% WTI 11/29/19 55.42 2.30% Brent 11/29/19 62.43 3.70% Henry Hub 11/29/19 2.28 -13.30% U308 11/29/19 25.93 8.00% Ratios Au : Ag Pt : Au Pt : Pd   86.1 0.61 0.49
02/12/1923m 47s

The A.I. Organization - Cyrus Parsa #4587

According to Cyrus Parsa the greatest threat to humanity comes not from war, over population or disease. No artificial intelligence has the potential to wipe out hun=mantis and the Chinese are leading the way. The big tech companies are at the forefront as well. AI is taking over.
02/12/1918m 13s

Insolvent World - George Gammon #4586

George Gammon is one of the most articulate YouTubers out there. George believes that the world is insolvent, especially the United States. The US has been paying interest on interest for decades. There's a limitation to how much money can be printed. Inflation has greatly diminished the purchasing power of the dollar and the worst is yet to come.
02/12/1925m 40s

Fidelity Goes Big Into Cryptos - Eric Wade Editor of Crypto Capital #4585

Fidelity has been granted a trust licence to offer trading and custody of bitcoin by the New York State Department of Financial Services, as the asset management group continues to woo cautious institutional investors into the “Wild West” of digital assets. The move allows Fidelity’s new digital assets subsidiary to launch a digital currency custody and execution platform “on which institutional investors and individuals can securely store, purchase, sell, and transfer bitcoin” to New York residents, the DFS said. Boston-based Fidelity, which has about $2.8tn of assets under management, made clear last year it intended to take the plunge to offer digital assets services to Wall Street, where other regulated groups have held back from the nascent marketplace. “The custody and trade execution services that we provide are essential building blocks for institutional investors’ continued adoption of digital assets,” Michael O’Reilly, chief operating officer for Fidelity Digital Assets, said on Tuesday. “The designation as a New York trust company under the supervision and examination of the DFS builds on the credibility and trust we’re establishing among institutions and other market participants,” he said, adding that the group wanted to continue to play a “leading role” in “supporting the maturation of the entire ecosystem”. Last month, Abigail Johnson, the investment group’s chief executive, told the Financial Times that what had started as a “just for fun” experiment had become a serious drive to build up a viable crypto custody business for hedge funds, family offices and financial adviser clients. Safekeeping of crypto assets has been a concern for institutional investors because exchanges have been plagued by outages and hacks. Prolific market manipulation and scams in the loosely regulated space have been a deterrent. Nevertheless, yield-hungry speculators have continued to flock to volatile crypto markets, while some are optimistic that Facebook’s plan to spearhead the launch of its own digital currency, Libra, will further legitimise the space. The price of bitcoin has risen this year from less than $4,000 at the beginning of the year to more than $8,000 today. To date, New York has issued 23 of the highly coveted licences to companies involved in virtual currency activities in the state. Earlier this year, the department granted a licence to the Intercontinental Exchange, the world’s second-largest exchange group by market value, to provide custody of bitcoin futures via Bakkt, its digital assets arm. The move signals New York’s keenness to promote itself as a hub for crypto activity, alongside countries such as Switzerland and Malta. “This approval is further evidence that innovation and consumer protection can coexist in New York’s evolving and expanding financial services industry,” said Linda Lacewell, the DFS’s superintendent of financial services.
30/11/1930m 12s

The Deep State is Reeling with Tracy Beanz #4584

Investigative reporter par excellent Tracy Beanz joined us for the first time. And yes Virginia, there is a deep a state and they're in big trouble. Over the past 50 years the US Government has become a giant Piñata, but you had to be part of an exclusive club to take a swing at it. Trump is kryptonite to this group and they've been trying to take him out since he was inaugurated. The unholy alliance of various bureaucrats, the intelligence community and the media has led to a global nightmare and they almost succeeded in their question for absolute power. Now the question is will AG William Barr, IG Horowitz and US Attorney Durham purge these parties and cut the heads off the hydra? Tracy is optimistic as are we.
29/11/1929m 59s

Make the IRS Work for You with Dusty Rollins #4583

Dusty Rollins specializes in income planning and tax-saving strategies for business owners, as well as college planning, social security maximization, investments, and debt/interest cost reduction. As owner and founder of Oxford Wealth Strategies, his goal is to help his clients design an income plan to make their money last as long as they do, as well as leave a legacy. From his boarding school days in Penang, Malaysia to his graduate studies in Oxford, England, traveling around the world has given him a global perspective on finances and life.
29/11/1913m 50s

Red Flags and Gun Free Zones with John R. Lott Jr #4582

Noted crime researched and gun law expert John R. Lott, Jr and I review the latest developments in gun law and state trends. There’s a big case coming up before the US Supreme Court dealing with New York City’s clearly unconstitutional gun law. John wants to see more cases coming before the Court dealing with the actual right to bear arms, not just to own them in the home. Let’s see what happens next.
27/11/1921m 58s

Pay Less Capital Gains Tax - Brett Swarts #4581

Brett Swarts is the Founder of Capital Gains Tax Solutions and host of the capital gains tax solutions podcast. Each year, he equips hundreds of business professionals with the Deferred Sales Trust tool to help their high net worth clients solve capital gains tax deferral limitations.  His experience includes numerous Deferred Sales Trusts, Delaware Statutory Trusts, 1031 exchanges and $85,000,000 in closed commercial real estate brokerage transactions. He’s an active commercial real estate broker and investor with brokerage experience and ownership in multifamily, senior housing, retail, medical office, and mixed-use properties. He is a licensed California Real Estate Broker who holds Series 22 and 63 licenses.   Mr. Swarts is passionate about educating people in Capital Gains Tax Deferral with a Deferred Sales Trust, how to divest from a business or real estate, and gain freedom from feeling hostage to a 1031 exchange, then invest back in to a new business venture or investment real estate at any time [all capital gains tax deferred] which he calls optimal timing. Brett is considered one of the most well-rounded Capital Gains Tax Deferral Experts and informative speakers on the west coast. His audiences are challenged to lean into multiple capital gains tax deferral strategies, create and develop a tax-deferred passive cash flow optimal timing wealth plan of their own, and execute on this plan so they can create and preserve more wealth.
27/11/1919m 9s

Buy the Rumor and Sell the Fact - John Rubino #4580

Last piece of fake good news? China trade deal coming? Not so fast. Phase 1 is the easy part. Bloomberg enters the presidential fray. Is he for real? Deval who? They’ve lost faith in Biden and they’re completely panic-stricken. Neither of these candidates has a prayer. They’ve jumped in very late and really can’t be taken as serious candidates. The idea of a Bernie candidacy has smoked them out.  New report out about divergences in the economy. Corporate share buybacks are down year over year. The CFO confidence survey is at the lowest level since 2009. Ratio of job openings to GDP, job offerings have plunged while GDP has not. Ratio of consumer confidence  to the unemployment rate. This ratio usually peaks at the peak of the cycle. It’s at it’s cyclical high now. Central bank assets are raising much faster than the global gold supply, which implies that gold has to go up. It’s more true now than in the recent past. These divergences are all in the wrong direction.
26/11/1933m 24s

Better a Melt-up than a Melt-down - Eddie Ghabour #4579

Walmart jumped pre-market after the company reported Q3 EPS that beat expectations and boosted its year end earnings outlook. The largest US retailer reported Q3 adjusted EPS $1.16, stronger than the estimate of $1.09 and 8 cents higher than a year ago on revenue of $127.99 billion, slightly below the consensus est. of $128.67 billion which was a $3.1 billion or 2.5% increase from a year earlier. Q3 adjusted EPS excluded a non-cash impairment charge of $0.06, net of tax, and an unrealized gain of $0.05, net of tax, on the company’s equity investment in While profit margins dipped modestly, down 36bps to 24.5%, the bottom line beat was largely due to the 5.4% drop in the effective tax rate, which declined to 24.1% in Q3. Comp sales ex gas in the U.S. rose 3.2%, beating the 3.1% consensus growth estimate and marking the 21st straight gain. Both the number of customers and the size of their average orders were up, fueling the growth. There was more good news for Walmart’s online penetration as web sales in the U.S. rose 41%, beating its expected growth rate for the full year. As Bloomberg notes, "it has rapidly expanded its online grocery service and in recent weeks debuted a new offering in three cities where employees put the food right into customers’ fridges. Profitability has been a concern on the dot-com side, though, and Biggs said in prepared remarks that the company needs to sell more general merchandise, which delivers better margins than bread and bananas." Sam’s Club, Walmart's warehouse division that accounts for 11% of its revenue, was the one weak spot as comparable sales there rose only 0.6%, just one-third the pace analysts had been expecting. A drop in tobacco sales negatively hit sales by 350 basis points, it said. The chain is still without a leader a month after Sam’s CEO John Furner was tapped to replace Greg Foran as head of Walmart’s U.S. stores division. Biggs provided no update on the search Thursday. Commenting on the results, Walmart CEO said "Walmart U.S. business saw strong comp sales and expense leverage, and operating income grew for the sixth consecutive quarter." Echoing the CEO, Chief Financial Officer Brett Biggs told Bloomberg that "It was a really good third quarter," adding that he’s “pleased” with how shoppers are responding so far to the rollout of early holiday deals. Most importantly, Walmart now sees full-year adjusted earnings per share increasing "slightly" compared to last year, after saying in August either a slight decrease or slight increase was possible. FY20 Adjusted EPS is now expected to increase slightly compared to FY19 adjusted EPS , including Flipkart, and is expected to increase by a high single-digit percentage range, excluding Flipkart. Expectations for the dilution from Flipkart remain unchanged, excluding a non-cash impairment charge. The effective tax rate is now expected to range between 25% and 25.5%. As Bloomberg notes, "this is the second time this year Walmart has upgraded its outlook. The rosier view contrasts with more downbeat expectations from retailers like Macy’s Inc., which slashed its profit guidance in August. Earlier this month, Moody’s cut its expectations for the entire U.S. retail sector, citing “intense competition in the fight for market share.” Walmart, buoyed by its market-leading grocery business and big investments to improve e-commerce, has largely avoided the turmoil that’s afflicted many mainstream merchants over the past two years." "Walmart continues to position itself near the very top of global retail by any measure, and will continue to get stronger as time goes on, increasing the pressure on the rest of global retail," Charlie O’Shea, an analyst at Moody’s, said in a note. Walmart shares surged as much as 3.9% in pre-market trading, putting the shares on course to open above the all-time highest closing price recorded on Wednesday. Rival Target Corp. also gained in pre-market trading.
26/11/1918m 21s

Rethinking the Dollar with Mike Manwell #4578

Mike was a professional athlete and experienced who traveled the world widely, often using other country’s currencies. That got him thinking about the US Dollar and about money. As Mike said people just take money for granted, especially the millennial generation. Mike originally targeted his show and site towards these millennials, but lately has realized that Boomers are at risk and need the information he conveys, now more than ever. The reboot of the monetary system is currently underway and has been an ongoing trend since the dot com bust of the early 2000’s.
25/11/1925m 44s

Digital Economics Strikes the Home and the Office - Naresh Vissa #4577

The digital economy went bust in 2001. Companies started seeking better more cost-effective ways of doing business. Now you can outsource everything, services and manufacturing, etc. It’s more efficient and improves the bottom line. When the next recession hits, it will be the next transformation of the global economy. Naresh is seeing it with his own business, his services have displaced employees and has increased client capabilities. The need to attend trade shows is diminshing. Their cost is making companies seek other web-based solutions. Online events and summits are becoming dominant. You’re no longer limited by space and geography.
25/11/1929m 18s

Value is Not Dead Yet - Will Thomson #4576

Will Thomson runs Massif Capital, a value fund. Massif's investments are limited to just 3 sectors: mining, energy and infrastructure. While value investing is now out of favor, Will isn't worried. These sectors are vital to the economy and they're greatly under-invested. Things have a way of turning around and when they do, it's the contrarians that make the big returns. With a 3-5 year time horizon, Will can afford to wait for that moment. Right now, he's bullish on gold mining, largely due to the out of control government sector and the inability of countries to rationalize their spending priorities. It may take some time, but eventually Will will be proven correct.
22/11/1925m 0s

When Will the Party End - Brad WIlliams #4575

The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, consistent with strong labor market conditions and continued job growth. Initial claims for state unemployment benefits decreased 8,000 to a seasonally adjusted 211,000 for the week ended Nov. 2, the Labor Department said on Thursday. Data for the prior week was revised to show 1,000 more applications received than previously reported. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast claims would fall to 215,000 in the latest week.    The four-week moving average of initial claims, considered a better measure of labor market trends as it irons out week-to-week volatility, increased 250 to 215,250 last week.The level of claims suggests solid labor market conditions. Employment grew faster than expected in October, with firms adding 128,000 jobs, even though a strike by workers at General Motors idled 46,000 employees at the automaker’s plants in Michigan and Kentucky.   The Federal Reserve cut interest rates last week for the third time this year to support continued economic growth. Officials also signaled a pause in the easing cycle, which started in July when the central bank reduced borrowing costs for the first time since 2008. Fed Chair Jerome Powell acknowledged some moderation in the pace of job growth this year, but said: “the job market remains strong.” Thursday’s claims report also showed the number of people receiving benefits after an initial week of benefits dipped 3,000 to 1.69 million for the week ended Oct. 26. The four-week moving average of the so-called continuing claims was unchanged at 1.69 million.
21/11/1922m 24s

The Fake Impeachment Op - Brian Boyd #4574

Some of the upcoming testimony in the impeachment proceedings will come from career intelligence and military officers. At least one of whom says he was on the phone call to the Ukranian president. So how does this all work? And who is really on a call the president makes? "That is a very good question," says Intelligence, Counter Terrorism Specialist, former Green Beret and long time government insider Brian Boyd (see short bio below)."I have my doubts when I hear people recounting what transpired on a phone call who have heard what happened - sometimes from others."  Boyd, who spent more than 30-years in government positions including work for the Departments of Defense Justice & Treasury, is uniquely qualified to give an inside look into what may or may not have happened - as well as adding perspective to the impeachment testimony we will hear this week.
21/11/1921m 23s

The Market Can Keep Hitting New Highs - Nick Santiago #4573

As long as there’s light volume in the market, it can continue to go higher and make new highs. However, when we get a huge volume day, 85 million shares or higher volume on the SPDR and the market heads south, then it’s look out below. Intra-day sell-offs on light volume are bullish. Pull up a daily chart of the SPDR and you’ll see every major turning point. They all happened with high volume on the sell side. Nick believes that the Fed knows something that isn’t being told to the public. Who will loan to central banks at negative rates. Just a trading vehicle, no reasonable investor is going to risk it. Gold futures peaked in early September. When you look at a monthly chart, it’s the most bullish chart we’ve seen in years. This thing is going to scream on the upside. Thrust, pause, thrust. The pattern goes back thousands of years. Nick is always super-bullish on the US Dollar. Should it decline to .96 it’s a screaming buy.
20/11/1918m 53s

On Becoming a Land Geek - Scott Bossman #4572

Scott Bossman is a physical therapist, husband, and father of four who got his start in the world of land investing about 4 years ago. When he realized his physical therapy career just didn’t allow him the financial freedom he really wanted, he started doing some research to find a passive income option that would help him design a life on his terms. He became a student of Mark “The Land Geek” Podolsky in 2015, and has kept his nose to the grindstone with Mark’s tried-and-true system for generating passive income through raw land flipping. Today, Scott is a member of the Land Geek team and is passionate about sharing his journey into the world of raw land flipping, in hopes of inspiring others to step into their side hustle and achieve financial freedom. Click the link below for more info
20/11/1917m 45s

Civil Unrest Everywhere - John Rubino #4571

Everywhere you look civil unrest is breaking out. Iran, Mexico, Hong Kong, France, Chile and a host of other country. John attributes it all to excessive debt which is leading to a decline in the standard of living and shrinkage of the middle class. Also, the erosion of the rule of law is helping to cause a dissolution of Western Civilization. The unrest isn’t the problem, it’s merely a sympton. Government then makes concessions and the demonstrations continue. Witness Hong Kong. They’re shooting arrows at the police who are firing tear gas and live ammo in return. Can it happen here in the good old USofA? Maybe it’s happening already. After the next election, whoever loses is going to feel cheated and this could lead to the inevitable unwinding.
19/11/1926m 53s

Don’t Count Gold Out Yet, Everything is in Place - Peter Hug #4570

Doubtful that a China deal will happen. Brexit is delayed but not forgotten. The stock is just not valid from a fundamental perspective. Risks are to the downside. Tax-loss selling ahead. The Fed will have no choice but to cut in 2020. After the spectacular run up in metals it make sense that there would be a pullback. Trillion dollar deficits, China in a slow down, how can it be bearish for gold? Anyone sourcing product out of China is seeing their costs go up and it will eventually be passed down to the consumer. Can it not have an affect on the stock market? Hong Kong is buying metals aggressively and selling off HK$ for US$. Iran is melting down. Demonstrations and riots are heading close to a tipping point. There are so many countries approaching political metldown. Just pick one and watch what happens next.
19/11/1932m 2s

Is CBD for Real - Jay Grover #4569

While CBD may not be a cure all, it seems to help anxiety and back pain. The body actually has a system for producing and using CBD. CBD appears to effectively treat Epilepsy and helps control convulsions. The problem is that big pharma wants to take it over. Jay says he’s got a lot of repeat customers. It’s very does specific to the individual. There really isn’t anybody who can accurately prescribe exact amounts. Too much isn’t a good thing. And too little won’t help either. Method of ingestion is important too. Oil suspensions and tinctures appear to be the best means of taking it. Where is it grown and harvested? Beware of Chinese and Asian CBD. European is strictly regulated and pure. How is it extracted and bottled? Beware of CBD extracted through a chemical process. We need more research and studies to establish CBD’s benefits. Look for US Hemp Authority seal of approval, which will assure the purity of the CBD you're purchasing.
18/11/1918m 16s

Sorry to be Boring (Company That Is) - Danielle Park #4568

Elan Musk's Boring Company could be his greatest innovation to date. One day while sitting in his car, making the commute and getting stuck in the famous LA traffic, it occurred to Elan, as it so often does, that we're going about this transportation thing all wrong. Why not dig tunnels and put all the traffic underground? Thus the Boring Company was born. Using high-speed low-cost tunneling equipment derived from his Tesla EV technology, he's managed to bring the price of tunneling down from $500 million per mile to just $10-15 million per mile, which makes tunnels the way to go. Add that to the Tesla EV vehicle and you've really got something.
18/11/1927m 39s

Tis the Season to be Defrauded - Heather Wagenhals #4567

Watch out for digital payment services. It’s all in your phone and the fraudsters are out there taking your data. Through the miracle of the NFC (Near field communication) protocol, thieves can steal your financial info in a flash. Beware of fuel thieves, especially in Florida. They steal credit card data and then go to gas stations and load up their hidden tanks with a few hundred gallons. Then you get charged and the gas station is left to pick up the tab. While you’re busy with your life and its distractions, the data thieves are vacuuming up card numbers and charging up a storm. Small business is really getting hit. Vigilance is your only defense.
15/11/1917m 52s

Who's Side are They On - Robert Spencer #4566

A hero of the Left has passed away. One of the most famous undead people in the world, the Islamic State (ISIS) caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been reported dead yet again, and this time it actually appears to be true. The Washington Post headlined its story about the killing as if Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was one of their favored anti-Trump intellectuals, dead at a tragically young age: “Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, austere religious scholar at helm of Islamic State, dies at 48.” Bloomberg wrote that “Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi transformed himself from a little-known teacher of Koranic recitation into the self-proclaimed ruler of an entity that covered swaths of Syria and Iraq.” The respect! The deference! The admiration! Isn't it touching?
15/11/1922m 23s

Impeachment Blues - Joel Skousen #4565

Joel has always been in favor of Trump but believes that he’s ill-equipped for the battle. Every law enforcement organization in the nation is connected to the deep state. It’s a case a whack-a-mole. Every time he fires a deep stater, he winds up hiring another. He has to rely upon the advice of main stream republicans who cannot be trusted. The key is whether the deep staters in the Senate will openly vote in favor of the removal. Joel believes that Trump has done nothing illegal. Biden isn’t immune from investigation and Trump had every right to request it. Not to mention that there’s a treaty with Ukraine that requires investigation of wrong doing. What do we do with Donald Trump? He has good instincts but bad morals and not much else. The deep state keeps getting its way. Joel is worried that after Trump the US will never have another republican president. Just look at the state of Virginia which is now solid blue thanks to illegal immigration.
14/11/1930m 4s

Save our Cities from the Homeless Epidemic - Dr. John Huber #4564

Austin has its hearts and sidewalks to the homeless. Following the example of San Francisco the city council passed an ordinance allowing homeless to sleep in virtually any place except the mayor’s home. Finally the Governor stepped in and cleaned the place up. The city has fought back by warning the homeless of impending sweeps. What standard should we use to commit these individuals to mental health facility? The current standard of imminent harm to themselves or to others is not working. It’s time to protect society and individuals from this societal degredation. Forcible medication needs to be looked at and perhaps implemented.
14/11/1922m 4s

US Gold Corp First and Goal - Edward Karr #4563

US Gold Corp (symbol USAU) reported major news today. CEO Ed Karr is very pleased with the recent drill results that yielded .4 grams per ton of gold. Ed believes that this is the edge or halo of a major gold system. The company's Keystone 20 square mile project is huge and discovering gold here akin to finding a needle in a haystack. But these results further affirm the potential for large gold systems here, with similar potential to the neighboring Cortez Hills district. And while the needle has been elusive, they now have a much clearer idea where it's lurking. US Gold's technical staff plans to spend the winter going over the results and figuring out where to drill next. Exciting times ahead!
13/11/1913m 28s

What’s Really Wrong with the Repo Market? - Martin Armstrong -Ok Boomer, Ok Millennial, Ok X’er, Ok Z’er - #4562

Martin Armstrong is back explaining what’s really happening in the Repo market. It’s all about Europe. It’s a function of the Euro’s failure and the march into the safe-haven US Dollar. The Repo crisis is about Deutch Bank going down and the European politicians refuse to bail it out, what happens next? No one wants to merge with it, it’s the red-headed step child of international banking. The US Dollar has no choice but to keep going up. Dow is headed much, much higher. Gold will take off as confidence in the system ebbs. US Government debt is still the standard and will remain so for a while to come.
13/11/1939m 24s

The Medicare for All Fantasy - Sally Pipes #4561

Hey Bernie, It's 'Medicare For All' That Would Be 'Cruel' And 'Dysfunctional' During last week's Democratic presidential debate, Sen. Bernie Sanders called the current U.S. healthcare system "dysfunctional" and "cruel." Words like that are more appropriate descriptors of the government-run healthcare systems abroad that Sanders would like to import to the United States. NOTE: President Trump shared this article on Facebook. It was also shared by his official campaign Twitter and Facebook page, as well as by Kayleigh McEnany, the National Press Secretary for his 2020 reelection campaign.
12/11/1923m 25s

Things are Getting Better!?! - OK Boomer - OK Millennial -OK Z’er -John Rubino #4560

CLO (collateralized loan obligation) markets starting to tank. Market for risky corporate debt is softening and turning to real junk. Even the WSJ ran a story about people going even further into debt. There's ever more underwater car loans because of negative equity in the consumer's current auto. By rolling over the balance into a new loan, they’re effectively paying interest on interest. How can all of this end well for the country or the consumer?
12/11/1923m 30s

The Real Costs and Benefits of a College Education - Robert Farrington #4559

The risks of getting and paying for a college education have never been higher. That's why Robert Farrington's site is so valuable. Robert teaches Millennials how to choose and pay for college. Before undertaking 6 figure debt, it's essential that you have a college strategy. That means, figuring out the value of your eventual diploma, assuming you make it through the rigors of higher education. Robert says, figure out what your 1st year earnings out of college will be and then don't exceed that figure in student loans. A site that gives an invaluable view of what you're in for is College Scorecard. There's information here that has never been available before. It will help you and your child make a more rational decision.
11/11/1927m 14s

The Market is Headed Much Higher - Peter Hanks #4558

Peter Hanks joined DailyFX as a Junior Analyst after contributing market insights while still a student at Loyola University Chicago where he received his degree in Finance. Actively trading since he was a teenager, Peter focuses on using fundamental analysis to trade around macroeconomic issues, while utilizing technical analysis to find attractive entry and exit points. His experience ranges from spot currency, commodities, stocks and options. In his role at DailyFX, Peter centers his attention on the US equity market, closely following earnings season and other corporate developments that are influenced by broader macroeconomic matters. To that end, he has conducted presentations on the stock market impact from themes that include trade wars, global growth, geopolitics and monetary policy at the Chicago Trader's Expo. World stocks edged higher on Tuesday, lifted by strong earnings from big U.S. drugmakers Merck and Pfizer and expectations of another dose of policy stimulus from the U.S. Federal Reserve, while oil prices pared earlier losses. European shares slid as they headed toward their worst quarterly earnings in more than three years. The benchmark U.S. S&P 500 index eked out a fresh record high, led by Merck and Pfizer, though a disappointing profit report from Google parent Alphabet kept the technology-rich Nasdaq in the red. The index breached its all-time high set in July on Monday, spurred by hopes of a U.S.-China trade deal and expectations of another Fed rate cut. The steepening of the two- and 10-year yield curve suggests a budding risk-on sentiment among investors, now that some form of a U.S.-Sino trade agreement is likely.
08/11/1918m 54s

The Left has Lost The Culture War - Bill Whittle #4557

According to noted columnist and expert Bill Whittle, the Right has already won the culture war. It's hard to believe, given how left-wing Hollywood is, but he's convinced it's true. There's a lot of evidence to back up his thesis. Movies that feminize men and seek to push the progressive agenda are getting killed at the box office. Left-wing news outlets are dying a painful death. How much longer before the social justice warriors acknowledge defeat and throw in the towel?
08/11/1935m 10s

Decriminalize Prostitution Now - Kaytlin Bailey #4556

Should Sex Work Be Decriminalized? Elizabeth Warren; Bernie Sanders and Kaytlin Bailey say yes. Prostitution has been called the world's oldest profession. But outside of a handful of counties in Nevada, it's illegal in the U.S. A movement is now gaining traction to decriminalize sex work. The City Council in Washington, D.C., and the New York state Legislature are considering separate decriminalization bills. Under decriminalization, selling and buying sex would still be illegal but would carry no criminal penalties. Several Democratic candidates for president — including Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris and Cory Booker — have said they would consider decriminalizing sex work nationwide. My main issue with Kaytlin was why not just legalize and regulate it. She's of the opinion that the brothel owners will benefit, rather than the lowly prostitute. And what about street walkers, should we encourage them to ply their trade on the mean streets of America? Kaytlin is of the opinion, supposedly backed by research that street walkers are a result of so-called sex work being illegal. Once decriminalized all that will end.  What's your opinion?
07/11/1924m 24s

This Bull Market is Ready to Take Off - Crista Huff #4555

Crista Huff is bullish on the stock market. So are we. But is it really just a melt up or is it a sign that the real economy is taking off? We don't really know the answer to that one yet. But we do know that a trend in motion stays in motion. And right now the trend is bullish, so until it stops, we have higher numbers to look forward to.
07/11/1927m 40s

Repo Rot Continues - Dave Kranzler #4554

The Fed would like you to believe that there’s nothing to see here. Just a seasonal blip and there’s no reason to be concerned. Dave believes there’s something far more profound taking place. Could all the credit bubbles be getting ready to pop? Is there major bank asset deterioration taking place? It’s not just the debt, it’s all the derivatives that are wrapped up around the debt. If the underlying debt blows up, so will the derivatives that were created to profit off of it. There’s a good chance that the hedge fund industry has hit hard times. The physical gold market has become detached from the paper market. Now we’re in the midst of India’s major gold buying season. Imports have shot up and so have premiums. Now things could be getting interesting. China is still buying gold every day.. They could be part of the reason why gold shot up in the summer.
06/11/1927m 27s

What Will Run out First, The Chickens or The Eggs - Ned Schmidt #4553

The swine flu epidemic in China has reached a new phase. Chinese are now switching from pork to chicken. Currently there’s a Chinese Embargo on the importation of US chicken products, which will probably be lifted  shortly. Egg demand is also increasing dramatically. Which leads to the question, Which leads to the question, which will they run out of first, the chickens or the eggs? Ned recommends a number of companies that will profit from this state of affairs. Finally, will the swine flu epidemic give China an added impetus to reach a much sought after trade agreement with Trump?
06/11/1920m 44s

Mickey Fulp's Monthly Major Market Review (October 2019)

Stock markets were up again in October with DJIA up .5%. Dollar was down 2%. Euro up to 112. Bitcoin up to 9131. Metals were up with gold closing at 1512 and silver closing at 18.07. Palladium shot up again to 1780. WTI flat. Uranium down to 24. Pt to Pd still at all time low of .53. Gold to silver eased to 83.7. Till next month! DJIA 10/31/19 27046 0.50% S&P 500 10/31/19 3038 2.00% NASDAQ 10/31/19 8292 3.70% RUS 2000 10/31/19 1562 2.60% TSX 10/31/19 16483 -1.10% TSX.V 10/31/19 538 -3.80% MCSI 10/31/19 1044 4.30% VIX 10/31/19 13.22   DXY 10/31/19 97.22 -2.20% EURO 10/31/19 112 2.40% 10 Year 10/31/19 1.69 0.60% Bitcoin 10/31/19 9131 10.50% Au 10/31/19 1513 2.80% Ag 10/31/19 18.07 6.50% Pt 10/31/19 935 6.40% Pd 10/31/19 1780 7.60% Cu 10/31/19 2.64 1.90% WTI 10/31/19 54.18 0.20% Brent 10/31/19 60.23 -0.90% Henry Hub 10/31/19 2.63 12.90% U308 10/31/19 24 -5.90% Ratios Au : Ag Pt : Au Pt : Pd   83.7 0.62 0.53
05/11/1914m 12s

Fake Good News - John Rubino #4552

The Fed has no choice, once they started cutting rates, they have to continue to cut rates. No doubt there will be a trade deal with China. They’re out there looming and the financial markets like these headlines. It sells and that’s all that matters. Record highs on Wall Street. It doesn’t matter that there’s no long term solution, everyone has to wear a happy face. But eventually, real news will prevail. We’re in the midst of an 11 year bull market. The average is 6 years, so where does that leave us. Healthy borrowers are now at a premium. Cutting rates won’t change that. We’re out of good credits to loan money to.
05/11/1925m 47s

Major Happenings at Trilogy Metals with Jim Gowans #4551

Trilogy Metals is on the cusp of a major expansion/transition. And renowned mining veteran CEO Jim Gowans is the man to lead them through the next phase. Trilogy's Ambler District is what he calls a stranded asset. A polymetallic project with huge amounts of copper, zinc, lead, silver and gold, it's remote location in the Arctic Circle has kept it off the radar until recently. While the resource has long been known to exist, its harsh inaccessible venue made development extremely challenging. This is exactly the type of project that Jim has brought to fruition many times in the past, as he did with the Red Dog mine located in the Northwest Arctic Borough of Alaska, just west of the Ambler District. Right now approvals are being sought for a toll road which will give road access to Ambler. Jim is one of very few managers who has the talent and experience to such a project online. South 32 the giant Aussie mining company has an option agreement with Trilogy to obtain a 50% percent interest in Ambler in exchange for $150 million, already having invested $30 million and should they exercise it (decision due in January 2020), this could be the catalyst that's needed to reset Trilogy's market value.  All of this makes Trilogy Metals a stock worth your attention..
04/11/1923m 24s

Right on the Fed and Right on Gold - Craig Hemke #4550

Months ago Craig said on this show that the Fed would soon be cutting interest rates and that gold was looking just the way it did in 2009, just before its meteoric rise. He’s been right on both counts as gold took off and the Fed has just cut rates for the third time this year. But of course they’re very hesitant about the next cut, but will they do it just the same? Find out more of what’s in store in this interview.
01/11/1925m 16s

Gold on Brink Chris Vermeulen #4549

According to Chris Vermeulen gold is finishing its consolidation and will soon be heading into to much higher territory. The stock market is finishing it’s 10 year old bull market as well. Cycles are turning and there’s just no getting away from it
01/11/1922m 40s

To Vape or Not to Vape - Dr. Joel Nitzkin #4548

The recent vaping scare has been caused by illegal black market THC cartridges. I has nothing to do with nicotine vapors. There's no high school vaping epidemic. While huge numbers of kids are experimenting, very few are becoming smokers. Less than 3 percent of all vapers are children and less 1 percent of the total papers are children. The banning of the flavors will do nothing to reduce nicotine use. The absence of the flavors will hurt people trying to give up cigarettes. It's the Classic Baptist Bootlegger Scenario. Banning vaping will put the vape shops out of business. They provide high quality products at low prices. Big tobacco is lobbying to ban flavors to protect their business. There’s an estimated 10-12 million adult vapers who’ve used them to quit smoking. So what's more of a threat to public health, vaping or smoking?
31/10/1924m 40s

Prima Facie Corruption - Frank Vernuccio #4547

Corruption in the swamp knows no bounds. The Bidens have been cashing in on Joe Biden's political connections for years. Whether it's Ukraine, China or Romania, they've had their hands out. Now they're trying to blame Trump for their own corrupt acts. And now there's Bull Durham. His investigation has officially become a criminal matter. Can a grand jury and indictments be far behind? Some might call it a coup and others may call it treason. Will heads roll and indictments follow?
30/10/1912m 26s

No Silver Shortage for Now - David Morgan #4546

The fundamental case for precious metals has never stronger. Earlier in the year the technical case became overwhelming and we saw major price increases in gold and silver. Now the market is taking a breather, but we could well see the traditional Q4 rally could take prices much higher. There have been persistent rumors about a coming silver shortage, but David is unconvinced. But that doesn't mean there's not one looming, especially if investment demand picks up.
29/10/1924m 10s

Ivan Bebek and Auryn Resources - On the Move #4545

While recent Committee Bay's drill results have been extremely encouraging, the major action is taking place at the Auryn's Sombrero project in Peru. Already a huge 1200 square kilometers, they've staked out another 8500 hectares of additional land. Best of all, permitting is moving ahead unimpeded. Ivan believes issuance will be done shortly. And then there’s Curibaya. It’s on a confluence of two major belts. 22 samples have been taken of multi-kilo per ton silver. Could there be a world-class silver project lurking thereunder? Results will be coming out shortly. Interestingly, since it's located in a low population density area, permits are much easier to come by. Peru is a great mining jurisdiction because it knows that it needs mining and the government wants to further raise its production profile. All the majors miners are in Peru for the long haul. And it’s the place to go for major potential Tier 1 projects.
29/10/1924m 3s

The Retirement Income Stor-E - David Scranton #4544

Poised to Break Wall Street’s Stronghold on The Way Americans Save for Retirement, David J. Scranton’s latest book, The Retirement Income Stor-E: The Story behind The Launch of The Retirement Income Store. The book is about to shatter many of the myths that Wall Street bankers have promoted and protected for decades. Myths like: “Over the long run, the stock market always outperforms other asset classes.” Or, “High P/E Ratios are no reason to worry.”David Scranton says, “The simple truth is that those who were born in 1968 or earlier can’t afford to ride out another catastrophic stock market drop like the one that started in 2000 that took nearly 50% of investors’ portfolios, or the one that started in 2007 that took nearly 60% of investors’ portfolios. The goal is to reduce, and even eliminate exposure to stock market risk. And this book shows you how.
25/10/1916m 34s

Orwell was an Optimist - Greatest Depression 2021 - Gerald Celente #4543

Zero interest rates are pushing the world into the Greatest Depression. There’s no stopping it. QE4 by any name is underway. Increased social unrest is spreading around the globe. In just the past week over a dozen countries are erupting. It’s anti-establishment and anti-elite. The people are fed up with losing everything they have, while the rich get richer. It’s beginning to look like George Orwell was an optimist. Left unchecked by the people, this destabilization will lead to an enhanced police state and more authoritarianism.
25/10/1924m 57s

Bernie or Bust Part II - Victor Tiffany #4542

Bernie has health issues. Can he keep up the fight? Should he choose a VP right now? Would Tulsi Gabbard be an ideal running mate? And how much will Medicare for All really cost? I talk extensively with Victor Tiffany who authored the book Bernie or Bust: Pioneers of Electoral Revolt. He's also organized a PAC and is all in for Bernie. Interestingly, he's never personally met Bernie, but would gladly serve in a Sanders Administration. Good luck on that!
24/10/1931m 11s

None Dare Call it QE4 & Getting to the Bottom of the Repo Mess w/ Lynette Zang #4541

Among the largest participants in the Repo market is the money market fund industry. They were badly burned in 2008-09. If you're wondering where they keep all those billions on deposit, this is the place. Now there seems to be a loss on confidence and the Fed is rushing to fill the gap. Could this be QE4 by any other name?
24/10/1935m 43s

Not Sitting Back Waiting for Trump Impeachment - Amy Kremer #4540

Amy Kremer was one of the founders of the modern day Tea Party movement, but she's moved on. She's a s a Co-Founder and Chair for Women for America First and a former congressional candidate. She organizing protests around the country to help stop the madness. She even has one planned at Lindsay Graham's office. He's the head of the Senate Judiciary Committee and thus far has done nothing. Amy is hoping to help put a stop to the non-sense.
23/10/1922m 44s

Swampy Kleptocrats Rule - Adam Andrzejewski #4539

Adam Andrzejewski has made it his life's purpose to expose the nefarious doings of the swamp. In a recent study, he showed how easily politicians line their pockets. Companies that rely upon Washington's largess regularly contribute to their hometown congressman to keep the pork flowing. Some congressmen even form companies to manage their campaigns and pay themselves richly for  services rendered. Something has got to give. Citizens are growing very wary and disgusted of such self-dealing practices. Eventually the right catalyst will unleash the will of the People to drive these parasites from the public trough.
23/10/1924m 59s

Trendless Market at the Moment - Nick Santiago #4538

When volume is low look for increased prices.When volume goes higher, look for declines. Volume has trailed off since the October sell-off. We’re not in a bear market yet. Prices remain above all their moving averages and indicators. Nick believes we’re not in a bear market.  It’s a trendless market, but since the May low, we’ve made higher lows, so there’s a slight upside bias. One thing that everyone needs to be aware of is if we make a lower low. Then we could see a major decline. Gold is currently in a consolidation phase, slightly below it’s 50 day moving average. A sideways consolidation is clearly underway. The Dollar is also consolidating. It’s going to break 100. Interest rates have bottomed and are now on their way higher. Bonds have peaked and rates will be heading higher. Crude all could fall to $44. No sell signal yet but, be ready.
22/10/1919m 41s

Civil Unrest is Spreading - John Rubino #4537

Riots have become the norm in France, Ecuador, Hong Kong and now Chile. John sees this as a function of out of control debt and the running out of other people's money. The US could find itself in a similar situ