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The Investors MarketCast is produced by the Stansberry Research Newswire team and is your direct access to the latest events and forces shaping the world’s financial markets. Each week veteran market analysts and traders Scott Garliss, Greg Diamond, and John Gillin talk trends, investment ideas, and developing economic news to give you the information edge you need to make money in today’s stock market and avoid unnecessary risk. Scott, Greg, and John have over 60 years combined experience trading stocks, bonds, commodities, options, and currencies with some of the biggest Wall Street firms in existence. The Investors MarketCast reveals what’s really going on behind-the-scenes on Wall Street, so you can profit on Main Street.

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The Investors MarketCast is produced by the Stansberry Research Newswire team and is your direct access to the latest events and forces shaping the world’s financial markets. Each week veteran market analysts and traders Scott Garliss, Greg Diamond, and John Gillin talk trends, investment ideas, and developing economic news to give you the information edge you need to make money in today’s stock market and avoid unnecessary risk. Scott, Greg, and John have over 60 years combined experience trading stocks, bonds, commodities, options, and currencies with some of the biggest Wall Street firms in existence. The Investors MarketCast reveals what’s really going on behind-the-scenes on Wall Street, so you can profit on Main Street.

    How Brexit Could Inspire an EU Exodus

    How Brexit Could Inspire an EU Exodus

    On episode 43 of the Stansberry's Investors Marketcast, Scott Garliss, John Gillin, and Greg Diamond recap last week's market dump, and give their thoughts on the FAANG trade losing $1 trillion in value. John explains why he's expecting another volatile week.
    Scott and John discuss the tension between the EU and Italy, with the EU shooting down Italian budget proposals not once but twice. Scott explains why neither side of this negotiation wants to go to the worst-case scenario, but a temporary standoff between the two sides is necessary.
    Moving onto Brexit, Scott recaps the big news of the weekend – that Britain and the EU have agreed to a deal. Scott explains why the next step, approval from the UK's parliament, could be the hardest step. Scott notes that two major sticking points in negotiations, the Irish border and the state of Gibraltar, were overcome.
    Greg explains why the EU isn't working, and how the EU is the reason Brexit is happening. Greg warns of an exodus of countries, potentially causing the EU to crumble.
    The big market mover into the end of the year is President Trump's meeting with Chinese President Xi. Scott and John worry that, with many expecting some sort of agreement, that there could be too much riding on this meeting. President Trump has not backed down from his tariff threats, so if the meeting comes and goes without an agreement, markets could fall.

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    Emerging Markets are the canary in the coal mine for a China deal.

    Emerging Markets are the canary in the coal mine for a China deal.

    On Episode 42 of the Stansberry's Investors Marketcast, your hosts begin by recapping last week's selloff. John talks Apple's production cuts, and why it weighed on tech. Oil continues to fall, marking its sixth straight down week.
    John and Scott discuss the most recent comments from trade representatives in the U.S. and China, and how each comment seems to contradict the one before it. Scott tells listeners why the Democrats winning the house could make trade negotiations even messier.
    Scott asks Greg about what levels he's seeing in the market, and Greg explains why we need a year-end rally to continue this bull market. John and Scott discuss emerging markets recent bounce back, and John expresses optimism in emerging markets if a China deal gets done.
    The hosts discuss Apple's production cuts, and how its weighing on tech and growth names. Scott thinks that people are too scared, and too quick to sell on the bad news. Greg explains how he thinks Apple can overcome slowing iPhone sales.
    John asks Scott why the long oil trade unwound, and Scott explains that the recent spike in natural gas is a big reason for crude's fall.

    • 37 min
    How Wall Street is Trying to Influence the Trade War

    How Wall Street is Trying to Influence the Trade War

    This week's Stansberry's Investors Marketcast begins with host John Gillin recapping the market's "oversold bounce." John explains why the Dow was the real leader of the week, and how the other major indexes tagged along for the ride.
    Greg and Scott debate the Fed's November decision to leave rates unchanged. Scott says that the decision should not have come as a surprise because the Fed has said a hike in December is going to happen, despite President Trump's attempts to influence the Fed's policy. Greg questions why the Fed would raise rates with technology names already struggling in a higher interest rate environment.
    Scott notes how the China standoff is the biggest problem for tech and says that some companies are even considering moving suppliers out of China for good. With the midterm elections over, Scott and John ask if the gridlock in the Senate could delay further tariffs.
    John asks Greg for his market outlook, and Greg says that the market's technicals are painting an ugly picture. One of the biggest problems for the market is the growth stocks that have led the bull market are now seeing the growth picture fall apart. He points out several key levels that need to hold for this bull market to continue.
    Scott closes the podcast by asking listeners to chime in on whether or not the Fed has gone too far with its rate hikes.

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    Why China is the Single Biggest Driver in Today's Markets

    Why China is the Single Biggest Driver in Today's Markets

    In this week's episode, your Stansberry's Investors Marketcast hosts recap last week's market rebound, led by easing trade tensions and good earnings reports. John briefly recaps why retail is enjoying a renaissance. 

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    These Three Things Could Spark a Year-End Rally

    These Three Things Could Spark a Year-End Rally

    On this week's Stansberry Investors Marketcast, John Gillin and Greg Diamond discuss last week's "brutal" markets. All the major indices suffered big losses, and bear markets are popping up everywhere. As John explains, 40% of S&P 500 companies are now in bear market territory, falling 20% from their highs.
    John and Greg go over last week's economic data, and John explains why earnings and U.S. GDP are still painting a pretty good picture of the U.S. economy. Greg explains why a second round of tax cuts could become a short-term catalyst and could help relieve some of the trade hurt.
    John lists some problem areas around the markets, and he and Greg explain why semiconductors look so weak. Greg calls semis a "dumpster fire," and says that the sector's price action is mirroring that of the 2000 bubble. However, he says that President Trump's November meeting with Chinese President-for-life Xi could become a catalyst for the sector to turn around.
    Going forward, Greg is focused in on the market's reaction to the midterm elections. Greg sees volatility easing after the elections settle, possibly forming a market bottom into a year-end rally. John and Greg list a few catalysts that could really get markets going over the next two months

    • 28 min
    How Midterms Can Send Markets Soaring

    How Midterms Can Send Markets Soaring

    Your Marketcast hosts begin this week by discussing last week's "mixed" markets, and John notes how the markets are still incredibly volatile. 

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

TravisP$$ ,

Enjoyed the podcast, but where did it go?

Enjoyed the podcast, but where did it go? It’s been a few months since a new podcast. I really enjoyed listening to you guys. What are your thoughts on the 4th quarter 2018 emotional roller coaster ride?

gwm73 ,

Informative and up to date

Just found this a few months ago, a lot of revelant info, I never miss an episode

$wolverines ,

My one pet peeve

Love the content and the length of these podcasts. John Gillan either needs stop mumbling/whispering and speak into the mic clearly or have someone else moderate. The volume swings between the commentators is like when you would turn the volume up on your tv to hear the show (Gillan) and then a commercial would come on and blow you out (Diamond and Garland). Would’ve given 5 stars, but that just drives me effing nuts, and I will stop listening if it continues.

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