Jason Burack gave us his market forecasts for 2015. He sees financial repression lasting well past 2015, which means low interest rates and low returns. The oil implosion has presented a buying opportunity in select energy stocks. You need to find issues with solid cash flow and good hedges. Gold will probably have more of the same as in 2014, but with China, Russia and India still buying and the EU getting very covetous of their reserves, 2015 could be the year. There's plenty more sage advice contained therein for your listening and investing pleasure. 

Direct download: Jason_Burak_07.Jan.15.mp3
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Former Congressman John Leboutillier is concerned that the leaders of the new Republican Congress are rudderless. They appear to have no vision for leadership and this can't end well. So be prepared to see them manhandled by Obama yet again. 

Next, what happened in Paris can become the norm if the world's governments allow it to become so. John says these Islamists need to be wiped off the face of the Earth. Who can argue with that? 

Finally, Comrade deBlasio is an incompetent boob who will hopefully be a one turn mayor. John says when things are going well the populace gets complacent and elects a liberal just to remind them of what can go wrong, and boy are they getting a major lesson now!

Direct download: John_Leboutillier_07.Jan.15.mp3
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Stefanie O'Connell had a problem, she wanted to pursue an acting career on Broadway and live in Manhattan. Not an easy task when one considers the cost of living. Fed up with babysitting and waiting tables, Stefanie searched for another way. Her journey has bourne fruit. She's now an author, personal finance blogger and her work is found on many well known financial websites. She's grown personally and professionally and she helps others do the same. Not a bad solution to a widespread problem. 

Direct download: Stefanie_Oconnell_07.Jan.15.mp3
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Mickey Fulp and I sat down today for the 3rd Annual Major Market Review. Things really heated up last year in Q4. No doubt you're well aware of the implosion of the energy markets. WTI and Brent Crude were down nearly 1/2. Henry Hub was down 29%. The major stock markets of course were up, as were the USD (13%) and Treasuries. Gold was down just 1.9% but silver was down a whopping 19%. Bitcoin really took a hit at -58% which was down even more than the Euro's 12%. 

Where's it all heading in 2015? Good question and we both have our own opinions on that subject. So listen on and tell us what you think. 

Direct download: Mickey_Fulp_05.Jan.15.mp3
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John writes that in the sound-money community there is universal skepticism about the Fed’s plan to stop monetizing the world’s debt. Hardly anyone thinks they’ll go through with it and absolutely no one thinks they’ll succeed if they do. But the Fed is acting like it’s serious. Take a look at the monetary base's current numbers and decide for yourself. 

Direct download: John_Rubino_05.Jan.15.mp3
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Manipulation Mondays with Andrew Hoffman:

Andy's 2015 predictions, and how they relate to the current markets…

 

1.    Retail Armageddon –

2.    Return of the PIIGS –

3.    First signs of Yen Hyperinflation –

4.    Oil collapse contagion – 

5.    Mining industry paralysis 

6.    Falling commodity prices –

7.    Collapsing currencies –

8.     Revenge of the people.

9.     The Re-emergence of Real Money

 

Plus, this morning's utter collapse of interest rates and oil - and what it means regardnig the coming "Yellen Reversal."

 

And oh yeah, gold and silver surging - particularly in Europe and Switzerland where gold jumped above 1,000/oz and 1,200/oz respectively, this morning.

Direct download: Andy_Hoffman_05.Jan.15.mp3
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