Posts Tagged: debt
John Rubino, publisher of his newsletter over at Substack joins us to discuss the issues he sees in commercial real estate and the US...
Mon 13 Nov, 2023
Dave Erfle reviews the key resource investing takeaways from the Precious Metals Summit in Beaver Creek, Colorado last...
Tue 19 Sep, 2023
Brien Lundin, our Host at the New Orleans Investment Conference joins us to recap his time at the Rick Rule Investment Symposium and his...
Thu 10 Aug, 2023
Richard Willams, Executive Chairman of Bunker Hill Mining (CSE: BNKR; OTCQB: BHLL), outlines the financing package and offtake agreement to put the Bunker Hill Mine back into production in Q4...
Thu 8 Jun, 2023
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John Rubino with a broad discussion on continued concerning macroeconomic data and how this further benefits the precious metals...
Mon 15 May, 2023
Brien Lundin, Editor of The Gold Newsletter and our host down at The New Orleans Investment Conference joins us for a quick recap of...
Thu 27 Oct, 2022
Brien Lundin, host of the New Orleans Investment Conference, shares his take on the macroeconomic trends, Fed policy, the health of the gold and silver sector, and potential...
Thu 15 Sep, 2022
Brien Lundin, Editor of the Gold Newsletter and host of the New Orleans Investment Conference joins us to share his projections on the financial...
Fri 2 Sep, 2022
John Rubino, Founder of the Dollar Collapse website joins me to outline why he thinks margin debt has pushed stocks to levels they can...
Wed 21 Apr, 2021
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Silver is outperforming gold but what is the biggest risk to this precious metals bull market?

John Rubino joins me today for comments on the overall environment that is driving precious metals. Recent news out of China shows a further explosion…

Mon 13 Jul, 2020

Could the combo of COVID shutdown and oil collapse cause the financial system to fail?

John Rubino joins me today to outline why he thinks we could be nearing the end of the current financial system as we know it….

Mon 27 Apr, 2020

Hour 1 – Making sense of the Fed’s move this week from a macro prospective

I hope everyone is having a good Easter weekend. This is not what any of us had in mind for this weekend but hopefully things…

Sat 11 Apr, 2020

What currencies and governments could look like when COVID-19 is behind us

Marc Chandler joins me for a broad discussion on the currency markets and the massive amounts of debt being added to the system. With all…

Fri 3 Apr, 2020

What will it look like this time when governments and central banks paper over everything?

Brian Leni joins me to kick off today with a discuss about the massive amount of money governments and central banks are committing to businesses…

Fri 27 Mar, 2020

When will some calm enter the markets?

Another week and another headline that drives fear into the markets. This has become the trend in 2020 and has caused a lot of money…

Tue 10 Mar, 2020

With Yields Falling How Much Does Debt Matter

John Rubino joins me to share his thoughts on the quick fall in yields and the roll of debt in the system. Just this year…

Tue 4 Feb, 2020

What is actually forcing the Fed into the repo market?

John Rubino joins me for a look into the repo market and what is making the Fed continue to inject money. There have been a…

Mon 9 Dec, 2019

Investors Are Correct To Worry About Debt and Low Interest Rates

John Rubino, Founder of the Dollar Collapse website joins me today to discuss why he is concerned about the balance between rising debt and falling…

Mon 7 Oct, 2019

There’s A Lot Going On Around The World But A Serious Lack Of Clarity Moving Forward

John Rubino, Founder of The Dollar Collapse website joins me for a general discussion on the current new driven world. We can chat about trade…

Tue 21 May, 2019
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A Wide Look At The Markets – Trade, Semi-Conductors Sector, and Tesla

Joel Elconin, Co-Host of the Benzinga Pre-Market Prep Show joins me today for a general market recap. We talk a trading strategy for those short…

Tue 21 May, 2019

A look ahead to the next financial crisis. What really matters and where the money will flow.

There is always an ongoing conversation about the next financial crisis in terms of what will bring it on and how it will all play…

Wed 15 May, 2019

“Boredom Is Worse Than Anything Else” – Comments Regarding The Metals Market

John Rubino joins me today to shares his thoughts on why now the debt situation around the world will finally start to matter. We focus…

Tue 7 May, 2019

The 2nd Most Overbought Historical Level For The S&P

Dana Lyons, Fund Manager in Chicago joins me to share some of his recent research on the US markets. See the chart below that outlines…

Fri 1 Mar, 2019

Hour 1 – A Focus on The US Markets and Major News Events Of The Week

This week is a full two hours of markets! The first hour we will focus on the US market rebound and some of the major…

Sat 19 Jan, 2019

S&P Lower Targets, Fed Policy Differences, and Target Deficits but At Debt/GDP

Doc joins me today to share his thoughts on the US markets, Fed policy, and overall deficits in the US. What is important when it…

Mon 10 Dec, 2018

Consider The Debt Situation When Projecting Fed Rate Hikes

Brien Lundin, Editor of the Gold Newsletter looks past the markets and assesses the Fed ability to continue hiking rates based on the Country’s debt….

Thu 29 Nov, 2018

Hour 1 – Undervalued Sectors and Significant Monthly Closes

We are finally at Labor Day and hopefully the end of the low volume slow markets. This summer has been good for US markets and…

Sat 1 Sep, 2018

The Fundamental Case For Owning Gold Today

Jesse Felder is a good friend of the show so when he writes about the metals or commodities I pay attention. Actually I read over…

Thu 23 Aug, 2018
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Chris Martenson – Market Breadth, US Deficit Outlook, and Fed Policy

Here is a preview to this weekend’s show segment 4. I feature Chris Martenson and a wide ranging discussion about the US markets and US…

Fri 20 Jul, 2018