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The Weekly Perspective with David Morgan for February 21st, 2018

from The Morgan Report

David Morgan‘s weekly perspective for February 21st, 2018…

Today’s monetary system is based upon a lie. The lie is that you can get something for nothing, or perhaps more simply stated, wealth can be printed. History has shown throughout 5000 years that whenever a country has tried to maintain this illusion […]

Eric Hadik – 2018: A Great Year for Gold

from Financial Survival Network

We’ve been interviewing Eric Hadik joined us to give his views on market action. Gold followed according to expectations, rallying the end of the year and into February. He’s expecting it to go lower heading into March and then reassert the bullish trend through November. Oil went higher and then corrected […]

Steve St. Angelo – It’s All About Energy

from Financial Survival Network

We’re doomed! So says our good friend Steve St. Angelo. The return on energy invested (eroi) is going down to crisis levels. This will result in a future crisis and this is what assures the ultimate value of gold and silver. That’s why there’s so much debt holding up the edifice […]

David Horowitz – Where’s the Racism?

from Financial Survival Network

Noted author and activist David Horowitz joined us to talk about the real racism in America today. As a practical matter, institutionalized racism against African-Americans is all but gone. But racism against whites is all the rage and perfectly acceptable. David believes that President Trump is a beacon of light on […]

Jeffrey R. Schulte – The Trend is Your Friend

from Financial Survival Network

Jeffrey R. Schulte has spent over 30 years as a financial consultant for high net worth clients. The market has been going up and was heading towards overvaluation, but its recent pullback made things a bit more fairly valued. While this bull is getting long of tooth, that doesn’t mean it […]

Charles Nenner – Beware of Statistics

from Financial Survival Network

Unemployment at all time lows, consumer confidence at all time highs, what could possibly go wrong, go wrong, go wrong? Well according to Charles Nenner, a lot. These are actually contrary indicators that show the economy is close to a peak. If he’s right, and there’s every reason to believe he […]

Carl Schramm – Burn the Business Plan

from Financial Survival Network

Business schools teach that the most important prerequisite for starting a business is a business plan. Nonsense, says Carl Schramm in Burn the Business Plan, who for a decade headed the most important foundation devoted to entrepreneurship in this country. Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, and Google are just a few of the […]

George Matheis – Man’s Best Friend and Best Protector

from Financial Survival Network

George Matheis Jr. has branched out. He’s now training dogs for personal protection. Whether it’s a German Shepherd or a Chihuahua, a dog can be an invaluable layer of protection in your home or your life. Since they can perceive danger, hear far off potential intruders and defend their master to […]

John Rubino – To Buyback or Not to Buyback

from Financial Survival Network

As John Rubino sees it, the latest tax cut has merely cleared the way for even more stock buybacks. This does nothing to help the employees or the economy, but the management will profit handsomely. And therein lies the problem. While the employees are getting modest bonuses and raises, upper management […]

Never Be Afraid to Re-Brand Yourself (#30)

from Viral Podcasting

I came across Tina Conroy at Podfest 2018. Last year she was on the fence about rebranding her podcast and website. Her show was entitled Get Into It. From that title, no one could tell what she was selling, what her podcast was about. I implored her to rebrand. It was a […]

Andrew Zatlin – Why the Market Went Down Last Week

from Financial Survival Network

Andrew Zatlin of MoneyBall Economics believes that the economy, especially the job market, is looking highly favorable. As a result, wage inflation is happening and therefore the Fed is more likely to raise rates than to leave them unchanged. Spending is going up and so are real wages for the first […]

Triple Lutz Report #440 – The Rise and Fall (and Rise Again?) of Bitcoin

from Financial Survival Network

This wasn’t supposed to happen. As this article is written, Bitcoin is trading around $8300. It’s up from breaking the $6000 barrier, but this could well be a dead cat bounce. That’s down from nearly $20,000 in mid December. After all, everyone knows that Bitcoin only goes up. Just like the […]

Anthony Kovic – Millennials Lack Survival Skills

from Financial Survival Network

Anthony Kovic joined the program… There were many weather related stories in 2016 and tragedies they controlled our newsfeed. What were the most severe of the year? A survey shows millennials are missing out on practical skills such as map reading or fishing, compared to other generations. When asked to perform […]