Market Focus: Metals, Minerals, & Mining
- Aug 22 Felix Zulauf Sees Final Leg of the Bull Market by FS Staff
- Aug 08 A License to Print Money by Keith M Barron PhD
- Aug 05 Economic Rebound Needs Oil & Copper Inflation by Kurt Kallaus
- Aug 04 Gold Prices Jump on $220bn of New UK QE and Record-Low Rates by Adrian Ash
- Aug 02 Gold & Silver Gain as Stocks & Bonds Drop, JGBs Make 'Bazooka' Move, Euro Banks 'Brutal' by Adrian Ash
- Jul 29 Best Gold & Silver Forecasters Revise 2016 Targets Sharply Higher by Adrian Ash
- Jul 27 Gold Bullion Jumps Before Fed Rate Decision and Durable Goods Plunge by Adrian Ash
- Jul 25 Martin Armstrong: Throw Out the Fundamentals—Negative Rates Could Push the Dow Up to 40,000 by FS Staff
- Jul 21 Gold Investment Slows, Soft Summer 'Risks $1300' But Bond Defaults 'Will Spike' as Japan, Eurozone Deny Fresh Stimulus by Adrian Ash
- Jul 20 Stoeferle: Helicopter Money Coming and It Will Boost Gold Market to New Highs by FS Staff
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: On The Record (Part 1)
Aug 27 – This week on the Big Picture, John asks Jim questions from listeners and elsewhere in another edition of On The Record. This is the first of a two-part discussion highlighting Jim’s current thinking on a number of different topics.
Robin Griffiths: We Are “Very Early Days” Into a Precious Metals Bull Market
Aug 13 – Jim welcomes back Robin Griffiths, Chief Technical Strategist at the ECU Group in London. Robin’s work indicates the US markets are overvalued and entering bubble territory. He stresses there is nothing wrong with the companies, just...
Felix Zulauf Interview on Global Macro, Gold, and More
Aug 10 – Legendary fund manager Felix Zulauf provides his outlook on the global macro environment and how he believes this will affect the US stock market, gold, bonds, the US dollar, the euro and much, much more.
Jim Puplava’s Big Picture: The Canary in the Coal Mine - The Next Recession
Aug 6 – This week on the Big Picture, the first topic is “The Canary in the Coal Mine - The Next Recession”. Last week the markets were surprised when second quarter GDP came in at 1% instead of 2.6%. Economists and the Federal...