November 18, 2012 – With Guest Expert Karl Denninger
November 11, 2012 – Guest Expert Ian Gordon
August 26, 2012 – Guest Expert Dr. Gary Shilling
- Interview with Dr. A. Gary Shilling. Dr. Shilling is the president of the A. Gary Shilling & Co., an investment advisory company. Dr. Shilling earned his master’s degree and doctorate in economics at Stanford University. He has served on the staffs of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and the Bank of America. Dr. Shilling is the author of numerous books and the INSIGHT Newsletter. Dr. Shilling discusses his opinion on deleveraging in the first segment.
- Abusing the license to print money?
- The Fins are tired of carrying the weak sisters
- Continued interview with Dr. Shilling. Dr. Shilling discusses his opinion that the US economy will delve into a deep consumer driven recession, why the US is seeing a stock market rally, why there is an oncoming bear market, and whether the Eurozone will stay together.
- Dr. Martenson has found a pattern
- The average American is sensing danger
- A European banking collapse before Christmas?
September 2, 2012 – Guest Expert Professor Laurence Kotlikoff
- Interview with Professor Laurence Kotlikoff. Laurence Kotlikoff is a Professor of Economics atBrownUniversityand President of Economic Security Planning, Inc., a company specializing in financial planning software. Prof. Kotlikoff is author or co-author of 16 books and hundreds of professional journal articles. Professor Kotlikoff also sought the nomination for President of theUnited Statesin 2012 for the advocacy group Americans Elect and the Reform Party of the United States. Professor Kotlikoff shares his opinions on the banking crisis and his proposed solution.
- “Leave me alone”
- Republicans eyeing a return to the gold standard?
- Continued interview with Professor Kotlikoff. Professor Kotlikoff discusses fiscal gaps and entitlements.
- 100% of the world is going into a recession
- China looking to stimulate its economy
- Camden, New Jersey ditching its police department?
September 9, 2012 – Guest Expert Karl Denninger
- Interview with Karl Denninger. Mr. Denninger is an author, commentator, an early member of the Tea Party Movement as well as a founding contributor to conservative blog market-ticker.org. Mr. Denninger talks about federal debt and his opinion on how to ‘fix’ it.
- “We haven’t see this in 60 years”
- Continued interview with Karl Denninger. Mr. Denninger continues his conversation about how to ‘fix’ the federal debt including his opinion on QE3, entitlements, and the cost of medical care.
- The Baby Boomers aren’t ready to retire yet
- An Italian trying to convince the Germans of stability through change
September 16, 2012 – Guest Expert Jim Babka
- Mr. Babka is the president of DownsizeDC.org whose mission is “We believe the federal government has grown too centralized, too intrusive, and too expensive. We believe in constitutional limits, smaller government, civil liberties, federalism, and low taxes. We want to end laws and programs that don’t work, cause harm, and violate the Constitution. We want to restore the full force of the 9th and 10th amendments, which reserve most social functions to the people and the states.” Mr. Babka discusses “death by ID,” and deny/consent.
- Richard Russell: $10,000 for an ounce of gold
- Continued interview with Jim Babka. Mr. Babka provides an update on the Read The Bills Act and his opinion on being anti-partisan.
- Continued discussion on the gold standard and devaluation of the dollar
- Participation in the workplace
September 23, 2012 – Guest Expert Ian Gordon
- Interview with Ian Gordon of The Longwave Group. The Longwave Principle is a predictive model that includes financial, investment markets and psychological components to pinpoint exactly where we are and where we are going in the cycle. Defined by the four seasons of Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, the Longwave Economic and Financial Cycle is a naturally occurring process that repeats itself approximately every 60 – 70 years. Mr. Gordon shares his opinion on Quantitative Easing Part 3 and the effects it will have on the world economy.
- If there was less doubt among consumers, unemployment rate would be down
- To Infinity and Beyond
- Continued interview with Ian Gordon. Mr. Gordon shares his opinion on real world consequences of debt on the stock market, the bond market, and gold; he also shares his opinion on Spain and Greece being in a depression, that Germany is “buying” Europe, and China’s potential economic crash.
- Rewind to 2010: Gold at $10,000
- Run on Spanish banks continue
- 80 million hours required to tackle Obamacare tax rules
September 30, 2012 – Guest Expert Congressman Pete Hoekstra
- Interview with U.S. Senate candidate Pete Hoekstra. Pete Hoekstra is a successful politician, businessman and leader. He represented Michigan’s 2nd Congressional District in the US Congress from 1993 to 2010. Mr. Hoekstra graduated from Hope College in 1975 and earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Michigan. Mr. Hoekstra shares his opinion on the recent attack on the embassy in Libya and economic spending won’t create growth.
- You cannot solve a debt crisis by creating more debt
- Can you make a swimming pool out of the Grand Canyon using a garden hose?
- Continued interview with Pete Hoekstra. Mr. Hoekstra shares his opinion about repealing Obamacare, entitlements, flat taxes, and out of control regulation.
- What makes this economic winter season different from the last?
October 7, 2012 – Guest Expert Harry Dent
- Interview with Harry Dent Jr. Mr. Dent is a bestselling author on economics and demographics, and the developer of The Dent Method which is an economic forecasting approach based on changes in demographic changes. Mr. Dent’s most recent book is The Great Crash Ahead. Mr. Dent shares the premise of his research, his opinion on the next ten years, and “you can’t fight the old people.”
- The Fed is entering a very dangerous strategy
- The Fed is delaying falling consumer price levels
- Continued interview with Mr. Harry Dent. Mr. Dent shares his advice to those entering college or the work force, his opinion on entitlements and the federal deficit, “you cannot grow your way out of this,” and his thoughts on short term market performance, and the bond market.
- What is a fiscal cliff and how may it affect you?
- Durable goods sales drop – the tip of the iceberg