Financial Myth Busting
Warning: Why 2015 Is Looking a Lot Like 200904/26/15
Michael Belkin, publisher of The Belkin Report, on why the latest economic data is starting to eerily mirror pre-crash 2009 [Check out his new stock forecast here] Second Hour: How Americans Are Losing a War Few Realize Were Fighting. John Whitehead,...
The 2016 Campaign Begins
Jonathan Hoenig, founding member of the Capitalist Pig hedge fund regular contributor on Fox News, on how investors should view Rand Pauls entry into the 2016 campaign; also, how can Americans responsibly rebel against Tax Day Second Hour: Californias...
Sun Setting on the West
Derek Scissors, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute author of the China Global Investment Tracker, on why Americaâs allies are abandoning Obamaâs entreaties and signing up to join Chinaâs new infrastructure bank -- and what that says...
Return of King Dollar
Mike Pento, president founder of Pento Portfolio Strategies, on why exactly the dollar is rising, whether it might actually be bad for the U.S., and what the future holds Also -- Is the FCC Creating ObamaNet Michael Daugherty, president CEO of LabMD...
How Low Will Gas Go
Gary Shilling, president of A. Gary Shilling Co. staffer at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, on his prediction oil could drop to $10/barrel, whether thats a good thing for average Americans, and how other commodities could likewise drop The...
America the Timid
Why the Fed Fears Transparency. Seth Lipsky, author editor of The New York Sun, on why Janet Yellen so strongly opposed audit the fed legislation, why Americans should care, and Lipsky's latest book, The Floating Kilogram; and Other Editorials on...
Why Our Markets Arenât Free
Pippa Malmgren, founder and CEO of DRPM Group, on how free markets depend on accurate price discovery, how the Fed is interfering in this process, and her new book, Signals: The Breakdown of the Social Contract and the Rise of Geopolitics Why 2016...
Americaâs Greek Tragedy
Charles Hugh Smith, author financial columnist, on Greeceâs impossible standoff with the EU, how that situation could easily kick off a series of increasingly horrible events, and why Americans should be paying attention From the Street to the Slopes....
Criminalizing Super Bowl Sunday
The Last Currency Standing. Mark Thornton, senior fellow at the Mises Institute, on how the recent severe of most foreign currency affects the dollar, why Janet Yellenâs only bluffing about raising rates, and why Americans need to pay closer attention...
The State of the Union (in Reality)
Logan Albright, analyst at FreedomWorks writer at the Ludwig von Mises Institute of Canada, on how the successes Obama triumphed Tuesday night are actually just government-inflated bubbles and the proposed reforms are steps backward
Rough Seas Ahead.
Michael Belkin, publisher of The Belkin Report, on this weekâs huge market fallout, how banks are set to be hit particularly hard, and the many threats facing the petrodollar The White House from the Inside. Dan Bongino, former Secret Service agent...
Endangered Species: Young Entrepreneurs
Dane Stangler, vice president of research and policy at the Kauffman Foundation, on the benefits of young entrepreneurship, the current decline, and how to get things back on track. AND Dan Pierson, recent college grad full-time worker at a consumer...
The Government vs. The Shared Economy
The Government vs. The Shared Economy. Matthew Mitchell, senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center, on how shared consumerism is helping offset the rising cost of living, how local governments are cracking down on companies like Uber and Lyft, and...
In Bankers We Trust
Fridayâs Fine Print. Michael Belkin, publisher of The Belkin Report, on Fridayâs jobs report, why dropping oil prices might not actually be so great, and his bandâs new single, 2Big 2Fail In Bankers We Trust Nomi Prins, whistle-blowing author former...
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