The Sources of the Euro Crisis and the EU Superstate with Godfrey Bloom! (193)
Germany's Constitutional Court ruled the Eurozone's permanent bailout fund, also known as the ESM, does not violate the country's laws
John Lipsky & Nick Sargen (237)
A rare interview with a man central to solving the global financial crisis. Financial Thought Leader John Lipsky, the recently retired First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, joins seasoned investment strategist Nick Sargen
Peter Schiff Interview on His Latest Book "The Real Crash" (295)
Interview at Freedom Fest 2012, July 14, 2012
Eyes On Jackson Hole, Draghi (235)
Eyes On Jackson Hole, Draghi
The Fed readies QE3, Republicans re-consider the Gold Standard (242)
The Schiff Report (8/24/2012)
GOLD BREAKS OUT — FED PLANS QE III (193)
Peter Schiff reacts to the breakout rally of gold and silver in the wake of Federal Reserve meeting notes suggesting more money-printing on the way.
EURUSD and AUDUSD Surge after Dovish Fed, Are These Trends? (214)
The FOMC minutes proved far more market moving that most had expected as it became clear that the call for more quantitative easing is building.
Endless QE, Ryan budget all hope no change, has the bond bubble burst? (256)
The Schiff Report - August 17, 2012
Dark Pools and High-Frequency Drone Wars (316)
But how much of the market's fluctuations are driven by algorithms and high frequency trading? We ask Scott Patterson, author of Dark Pools
Dollar on the Verge of a Major Bearish Break But Would it Trend? (215)
The July NFP numbers generated significant volatility from the dollar-based majors and capital markets in general through Friday. However, this move is more a testament to a leveraged risk appetite influence than it is a response to the data.
Marc Faber on a Global Crash, the U.S. Treasury Bubble and China's Slowdown (451)
Another day with record lows for the US Treasury, both the 10-year and the 2-year. Could this be the biggest bubble we have ever seen?
EURUSD on the Verge of a Massive Bearish Break, Will it Find a Push? (222)
An end-of-the-week turn for the Euro and risk appetite trends will make for an important Monday open. The slump in risk appetite was felt across the board, but the turn doesn't immediately threaten a trend change.
David Rosenberg (272)
The "Financial Thought Leader" who has gotten it right throughout the financial crisis and beyond. What does David Rosenberg, Gluskin Sheff's Chief Economist and Strategist see in the future now?
Eurobonds: An explainer (260)
What exactly is a Eurobond and why are so many people interested in having them? Sr. Producer Paddy Hirsch explains with a little help from the three little pigs.
Jobs, the real fiscal cliff, Obamanomics (371)
Jobs, the real fiscal cliff, Obamanomics
Is the EURUSD's Two Year Low a Leading Signal for Risk Trends? (257)
With the benchmark currency pair reflecting the trouble faced by the Euro-area's financial system, this may be the epicenter of underlying sentiment and fundamentals
On The Money: Euro Patient (335)
Will the EU overcome the ongoing crisis and become a stronger political and economic entity? Who wants to be part of the eurozone? Will there still be would-be euro members if Greece exits the eurozone?
Explaining the Fed's 'Operation Twist' with diamonds (370)
The Federal Reserve's most recent policy move is simply a way of driving down interest rates. But how does it work? Sr. Producer Paddy Hirsch explains Operation Twist with a simple analogy.
Richard Bernstein & Bill Wilby (451)
Financial Thought Leader Richard Bernstein, one of Wall Street's top ranked strategists for years, and Great Investor Bill Wilby, former portfolio manager of the number one ranked Oppenheimer Global Fund, discuss why they believe the U.S. is the best plac
CrossTalk: Depegging Dollar (509)
Will the dollar be able to maintain its supremacy in the long term? Will the BRICS undermine its influence?