John Manfreda of Wall Street for Main Street interviewed Chris Marchese who is an economics and equity analyst for the Morgan Report, and co-author of the recently released Silver Manifesto. They discussed, the birth place of paper money, money supply and how it correlates to GDP growth, the free banking era in the US, deflation, the U.S. economy, if the Fed could raise rates, what the recent rise of the dollar means, the new Asian infrastructure bank, the PM market and why it might be turning, and John finished the interview by asking him are the miners the cheapest they have ever been in his finance career.
To find more information on Chris Marchese, please go to http://www.silver-investor.com/
Mo Dawoud of Wall St for Main St welcome back RIck Rule, who is the President and CEO of U.S. Sprott Holdings. In this podcast, we discussed the unemployment problem in the U.S. economy, the California water crisis, Allied Nevada bankruptcy and how it affect the industry and much more!
Jason Burack and John Manfreda of Wall St for Main St had on returning guest David McAlvany of McAlvany Financial http://mcalvany.com/ and the famous McAlvany Weekly Commentary http://mcalvanyweeklycommentary.com/.
David is a 2nd generation money manager and David's father, Don, was the first American to start selling precious metals when the ban was lifted in 1974 during the last major gold bull market.
Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed Austrian School Economist and author Richard Ebeling. Richard is currently the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina.
Richard's full bio can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_...
Richard's weekly articles can be found here: http://www.epictimes.com/richardebeling/
He also writes Austrian School of Economics books and occasionally writes for the Mises Institute.
During this 30+ minute interview, Jason asks Richard to explain the differences between the 3 major schools of economics: Keynesian, Monetarist and Austrian School of Economics. Richard goes in depth and into great detail on the origins and core philosophies of all 3 major schools of economic thought.
John Manfreda of Wall Street for Main Street interviewed Martin Armstrong from Armstrong Economics. They discussed his new movie "The Forecaster and its overseas popularity, the stock market were its going and why it is rising, flight capital, the euro and why Martin thinks the Euro is collapsing, Japan, government corruption and why he thinks a third party will rise soon, and lastly, Martin talks about Gold and what price the bottom will be at, and when it will resume its bull market.
If you are interested in learning more about him, check out his website at
John Manfreda of Wall Street for Main Street interviewed Peter Schiff President of Europacific Capital, Europacific Bank, and Schiffgold. They discuss the most recent jobs report, student loan bankruptcies, Federal Reserve interest rates, global QE, gold, Austrian economics, why professionals follow Keynesian economics and don't read Austrian economics, the rise of the internet and more.
Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed Gerald Celente, Publisher of the Trends Journal http://trendsresearch.com/
During this 20+ minute interview Jason asks Gerald about the latest of the many Hillary Clinton scandals and why nothing serious ever seems to stick to Bill and Hillary Clinton? Gerald thinks the press loves her and she's protected most of the time by the media. Jason and Gerald discuss whether Hillary will still run for President in 2016.
Next, Jason and Gerald discuss the corruption of both political parties. Gerald calls all politicians liars and thieves. Jason and Gerald discuss whether a viable 3rd political party will appear in the near future. Jason thinks the party will be purely Libertarian while erald thinks it will be Progressive Libertarian.
Jason then asks Gerald about why the US is going so hard after Putin and Russia? Gerald says the people in DC are sociopaths.
Jason also asks Gerald why whistle blowers like Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning who are trying to positively reform the government are treated like criminals. To wrap up the interview, Jason asks Gerald if he thinks the US middle class is being intentionally destroyed.
Jason Burack had on first time guest, newsletter writer and investment analyst Frank Curzio http://www.frankcurzio.com/.
Frank has one of the top investing podcasts on iTunes. Frank's father was a famed newsletter writer and value investor before the internet and Frank worked on Wall St. Frank has also worked for TheStreet.com with Jim Cramer and also with Porter Stansberry.
During this 40+ minute discussion, Jason and Frank start off by discussing the natural resources industry specifically gold, silver and oil. Jason asks Frank if he thinks there's more pain and bankruptcies ahead for the gold and silver miners after Allied Nevada declared bankruptcy this week.
Jason and Frank discuss investing in oil stocks, how to do proper risk control and how difficult it is to be a value investor in resource stocks. Next, Jason asks Frank about the technology sector and if he thinks it's in a bubble like in 1999 like Mark Cuban has recently claimed. To wrap up the interview, Jason asks Frank about the valuations on large cap dividend stocks. Frank thinks most large cap dividend stocks are overvalued but that they will become even more overvalued going forward.
Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St interviewed the Executive Director of the Ron Paul Institute of Peace and Prosperity http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/, Daniel McAdams.
Daniel served as the foreign affairs, civil liberties, and defense policy advisor to U.S. Congressman Ron Paul, MD (R-Texas) from 2001 until Dr. Paul’s retirement at the end of 2012. From 1993-1999 he worked as a journalist based in Budapest, Hungary, and traveled through the former communist bloc as a human rights monitor and election observer.
During this 30+ minute interview, Jason asks Daniel about why would the US declare economic war against Putin and Russia? Jason and Daniel have a very interesting discussion about the blind ideology in DC, the petro dollar and why the US' foreign policy doesn't always seem to make sense. Daniel says the US' foreign policy is hurting the ability of US companies to do business in other countries.
Jason Burack had on returning guest Jeff Berwick founder of Dollar Vigilante http://dollarvigilante.com/ and the popular Anarcho-Capitalist podcast, Anarchast http://anarchast.com/
During this 40+ minute interview, Jason asks Jeff why the global financial system hasn't collapsed yet? Jeff says a lot of money has been printed to keep the game going longer but that he would be surprised if things last another 5-7 years. Jason and Jeff discuss Keynesian Economics and the brainwashing of children in schools in the US to allow the government to do almost anything it wants.
Next, Jason asks Jeff if Austrian School Economist and founder of anarcho-capitalism, Murray Rothbard (if he were still alive) would be surprised the game has been kept going longer than expected? Plus much more!
Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St had on returning guest, editor of the Hat Trick Letter http://www.goldenjackass.com/, Jim Willie.
During this discussion, Jason asks Jim about why would the US declare economic war against Russia and Putin. In other words, why would the US poke the bear? Jim points to the petro dollar and says how the French Total CEO was assassinated on Russian soil and it was made to look like Putin did it. Jason then asks Jim about financial repression in the US, UK, Japan and the EU and how long these developed countries' central banks can keep interest rates down and drop them and the yield curve further?
Jim says as long as this debt based fiat currency system continues with QE, etc interest rates will NEVER rise again until everything blows up and collapses. Jason and Jim discuss losing personal freedoms in the US, gold inflation vs deflation and if the European Union will break up in this in depth interview.
Jason Burack had on first time guest newsletter writer, entrepreneur and financial services veteran Grant Williams http://ttmygh.com/.
Grant writes the very popular Things That Make You Go Hmm newsletter and he also started a new entrepreneurial venture called Real Vision TV https://realvisiontv.com/ to educate people more about investing and markets.
This in depth, fascinating 50+ minute discussion talks about interest rates and the Federal Reserve, financial repression, ECB QE, The Euro breaking apart, black swans, volatility, global currency wars, financial history and gold!
John Manfreda and Jason Burack of Wall St for Main St had on returning guest Editor and Publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom Report http://www.gloomboomdoom.com/, Dr. Marc Faber. Jason and John ask Dr. Faber about interest rates, financial repression, ECB QE, Swiss depegging, Greece leaving the Euro, the fake employment numbers, Asia, China, Gold and Gold Mining.
John Manfreda and Mo Dawoud had on returning guest Jim Rogers author of Street Smarts - Adventures on the Road and in the Markets. We discussed North Korea, Agriculture, Organic farming, Currency Wars, the Swiss and Euro depeg, Net Neutrality, the Oil Crash, financial warfare, and other topics.