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Jay Taylor’s show will explain the real underlying causes for plunging stock prices, plunging home prices and growing unemployment. By correctly diagnosing the cause of America’s economic decline, rather than listening to excuses from Wall Street and Washington, Jay will offer winning investment ideas to protect and increase wealth.

Topics to be discussed will include the cause of the decline of: our monetary system and our economy, the housing markets, the equity markets, and commodities, Why gold and silver are rising in value and how investors can profit from the direction of these markets through specific stocks, ETF’s and precious metals will also be discussed. Turning Hard Times into Good Times is broadcast live every Tuesday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.

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Jay Taylor’s show will explain the real underlying causes for plunging stock prices, plunging home prices and growing unemployment. By correctly diagnosing the cause of America’s economic decline, rather than listening to excuses from Wall Street and Washington, Jay will offer winning investment ideas to protect and increase wealth.

Topics to be discussed will include the cause of the decline of: our monetary system and our economy, the housing markets, the equity markets, and commodities, Why gold and silver are rising in value and how investors can profit from the direction of these markets through specific stocks, ETF’s and precious metals will also be discussed. Turning Hard Times into Good Times is broadcast live every Tuesday at 12 Noon Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Business Channel.

    In Search of Monster Gold Deposits

    In Search of Monster Gold Deposits

    Dr. Quinton Hennigh, Eric Coffin, Gwen Preston and Michael Oliver are this week’s guests. Highly regarded exploration geologist Quinton Hennigh’s model regarding exploration projects is “go big or go home,” because the payoff in discovering a large high-margin project is much greater relative to risks involved than in discovering a small project. Hennigh ignores projects of smaller scale to focus time and efforts on elephant-sized projects. He is convinced the Tutavu alkaline project being explored by Lion One Mines in Fiji is one such project. Quinton will update and explain and time allowing, Walter Berukoff, CEO, will join us. Eric was on to the potential of Lion even before Quinton became involved. Eric may opine on Tutavu and a couple other most exciting exploration stories as will Gwen. With equity markets continuing to defy gravity, we will ask Michael what prospects MSA is seeing for stocks, bonds, commodities and precious metals.

    • 58 min
    Where can we go with the West in decline?

    Where can we go with the West in decline?

    Jim Rogers, John Rubino and Nav Dhaliwal return as guests. The western world bought into the Keynesian lie that deficit spending financed by money created out of thin air is the way to eternal prosperity. But money isn’t actually created out of thin air. It’s manufactured with debt and what we have learned since the 1930s is that under the spell of Keynesian economics, debt is growing much more rapidly than income, leaving the world ever closer to a global depression. The gods of money at western central banks dodged a bullet in 2008 but only by leveraging the system even further leaving the system ever closer to global poverty and chaos. We will ask world traveler Jim Rogers for some ideas about how we might best prepare for a system reset. John Rubino will provide his latest thoughts on the U.S. economy and Nav Dhaliwal will talk of Gatling's emerging multi-million-ounce gold deposit and impending share price driving news.

    • 59 min
    With QE Infinity, Is Deflation Possible?

    With QE Infinity, Is Deflation Possible?

    Alasdair Macleod, Michael Oliver and Chris Taylor are return guests. Alasdair believes fears of price deflation are unwarranted. Price deflation has been brought about by past sound money and free markets. By contrast Keynesian inflationary financing has led to repeated monetary and systemic failures. Investment funded by savings is a far better, natural economic environment than the false gods of easy debt and money printing. There can be no return to the stability of gentle price deflation without seismic shifts in economic thinking by governments and central banks. Alasdair will explain why mild deflation, which is positive for most people, is no longer possible. Instead we face prospects of rising consumer inflation as well as continued asset inflation. Chris will provide an update on Great Bear’s unfolding world class Dixie gold discovery and Michael will update us on his latest structure and momentum indicators for all the markets of major importance to our listeners.

    • 58 min
    Inflation or Deflation in 2020?

    Inflation or Deflation in 2020?

    Marc Faber, John Rubino and Quinton Hennigh return. If you define inflation as an increase in the money supply, we can be 99% certain 2020 will be another inflationary year. But where will the money go? Will it continue to move into stocks or as Michael Oliver and Alasdair Macleod believe, will it start to move into commodities in a serious way and from there into a serious increase in consumer inflation as measured by the CPI? John Rubino will opine on the question of inflation or deflation as will Marc Faber who will also provide his views on the dollar and debt markets for 2020 and on geopolitics and global markets from his dwelling in Thailand. Quinton Hennigh will update us on some major positive developments for Novo on what your host continues to believe is a world class gold project in the making.

    • 58 min
    The Worm Begins to Turn for Unloved Sectors

    The Worm Begins to Turn for Unloved Sectors

    David McAlvany, Michael Oliver & Nick Appleyard return. Michael has turned decidedly bullish on commodities and bearish on the dollar, even as out of control rising interest rates appear visible in the side view mirror. In sync, David recently opined that “the worm is beginning to turn for unloved sectors,” notably copper and energy. What fundamentals does he see to convince him that the sun will shine on sleepy commodities? How might strife in the Middle East and trade issues with China impact global markets? And what impact may they have on commodities, monetary metals and interest rate markets? What impact might Fed money pumping into the system via the Repo markets play globally as foreign nations are pulling out of the U.S. Treasury markets & U.S. deficits run further out of control? Nick will talk about progress being made by Tristar Gold on its Brazilian gold mining project and we will seek Michael’s latest proprietary views on the markets we care most about.

    • 58 min
    David Rosenberg on Stocks, Bonds, Commodities & Gold for 2020

    David Rosenberg on Stocks, Bonds, Commodities & Gold for 2020

    David Rosenberg and Corwin Coe are two new guests this week. If you have ever watched mainstream financial TV shows, you will have seen David. He has always been one of the most entertaining and provocative main stream economists in Canada and the U.S. But now he is going on his own. Why so? In his words, “Look, I’m at a stage of my career where I want to devote more time to what my passion is. And my passion is research, my passion is writing, my passion is speaking – all the above and connecting the dots between what’s happening in the broad economy and formulating a cogent and coherent investment strategy.” We will ask David to share some of his thoughts on those major topics next week. One of the two stocks your host chose as a top pick for 2020 was Sitka Gold Corp. Corwin Coe will join me to tell you about that micro cap company prospects on three drill ready properties. When you hear what Cor has to say, you will understand why your host loves this story.

    • 57 min

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