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By: Chris Waltzek, GoldSeek.com Radio

 -- Published: Sunday, 8 February 2015 | Print  | Disqus 

Featured Guests

Dr. Burton Malkiel, David Morgan, John Williams & Peter Eliades (encore)

Interview Summaries

Dr. Malkiel:

  • The author of A Random Walk Down Wall Street outlines his most recent Wall Street Journal article on US equities.

  • US stocks are overvalued according to the historical average (17) of the CAPE index; the current reading of 27 is comparable to the market zeniths of 1929 and 2008.

  • CAPE levels of emerging market shares are half as high as US equities, presenting an ideal value opportunity for portfolio diversification.
  • Although rates could climb in the years ahead, Fed officials are unlikely to make abrupt changes in the benchmark lending rate.
David Morgan:
  • The Silver Investor and host discuss how gold priced in Rubles skyrocketed 100% in a few weeks with virtually no warning.

  • A similar event is imminent in dollars, which could elevate gold above $2,400 in short order.

  • Technical indicators suggest a correction in US share prices is likely.

  • Decreased oil expenses make precious metals shares an appealing portfolio addition in 2015.

    Peter Eliades:
  • US stocks are overvalued.
  • Fixed income investors have been forced to chase dividend yield.
  • The entire scenario will end similarly to the year 200 meltdown.
  • Investor sentiment is bearish from a contrarian perspective.
  • Protective sell stops are advisable for every portfolio.
  • The Dow Jones Industrials could mirror the 1929-1932 deluge.
  • Gold and silver producers are extremely oversold.
John Williams:
  • The dollar rally will fade, leading to the next financial crisis.
  • Actual domestic GDP was stagnant in the third quarter.
  • The world is in a recession and the US economy, albeit one the strongest economies, is nevertheless stagnant.
  • Once the false rally loses steam, the Greenback will drop abruptly, resulting in panic selling and hyperinflation.
  • While the major media outlets brace investors for inevitable Fed rate hikes in 2015, the Fed may not raise rates.
  • Expect a 2008 credit crisis part deux, but this time the Fed's arsenal is devoid of the required ammunition to prevent total economic collapse.
  • Gold could climb first to $5,000 and eventually as high as $100,000+ per ounce when compared to paper assets making precious metals the ideal economic survival asset class (Note: this forecast is founded on the highly speculative premise of a worthless US dollar).

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Chris Waltzek:

About Chris

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David Morgan

Silver-investor.com

David Morgan: Seduced by silver at the tender age of 11, David Morgan started investing in the stock market while still a teenager. A precious metals aficionado armed with degrees in finance and economics as well as engineering, he created the Silver-Investor.com website and originated The Morgan Report, a monthly that covers economic news, overall financial health of the global economy, currency problems ahead and reasons for investing in precious metals.

David considers himself a big-picture macroeconomist whose main job as education—educating people about honest money and the benefits of a sound financial system—and his second job as teaching people to be patient and have conviction in their investment holdings. A dynamic, much-in-demand speaker all over the globe, David’s educational mission also makes him a prolific author having penned "Get the Skinny on Silver Investing" available as an e-book or through Amazon.com. As publisher of The Morgan Report, he has appeared on CNBC, Fox Business, and BNN in Canada. He has been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, Futures Magazine, The Gold Report and numerous other publications.

Additionally, he provides the public a tremendous amount of information by radio and writes often in the public domain. You are encouraged to sign up for his free publication which starts you off with the Ten Rules of Silver Investing where he was published almost a decade ago after being recognized as one of the top authorities in the arena of Silver Investing.

Website: click here.

Dr. Burton Malkiel

A Random Walk Down Wall Street

Dr. Burton G. Malkiel, the Chemical Bank Chairman’s Professor of Economics at Princeton University , is the author of the widely read investment book, A Random Walk Down Wall Street. The revised 9th edition paperback of the book was published in 2007.

Dr. Malkiel has long held professorships in economics at Princeton , where he was also chairman of the Economics Department. He was dean of the Yale School of Management and William S. Beinecke Professor of Management Studies there from 1981 to 1987.

He is a past appointee to the President’s Council of Economic Advisors. In addition, he currently serves or has served on the boards of several financial corporations including Prudential Financial and the Vanguard Group and nonfinancial corporations such as Genmab and Theravance. He has also served on several investment management boards including the Investment Committee for the American Philosophical Association. He is a past president of the American Finance Association and is a member of the American Economic Association.

He is also the author or co-editor of eight other books, the most recent of which are The Random Walk Guide to Investing: 10 Rules for Financial Success and Global Bargain Hunting: An Investor’s Guide to Profits in Emerging Markets, with J. P. Mei and From Wall Street to the Great Wall, with others.

He holds a B.A. and MBA degree from Harvard and a Ph.D. degree from Princeton Universities and began his career in the investment banking department of Smith Barney & Co.

To visit the website: click here.

Peter Eliades

Stockmarket Cycles



Peter G. Eliades, Editor and Publisher, Stockmarket Cycles
Born 5-26-39 in Lowell, Massachusetts
Lowell High School – 1956
Harvard College, A.B. 1960
Boston University Law School
J.D. –1963 (passed Massachusetts Bar Exam)
Married – three children
Upon graduation from Boston University Law school, Peter Eliades moved to New York City where he entertained as a singer and pianist in Manhattan cabarets and off-Broadway musical comedy. In 1967, he moved to Los Angeles and continued his musical career. In 1968, with a lot of time and curiosity and a little money, Mr. Eliades initiated his stock market studies.
In 1972, he began his financial career as a stockbroker and appeared as a stock market analyst on Los Angeles television station KWHY, the nation’s first financial TV station. Several times in the fall of 1974, he predicted on KWHY that a major market bottom would occur during the week of December 9-13, 1974. The exact Dow low of 570.01 occurred on December 9, 1974. Publication of Stockmarket Cycles began in July of 1975. In 1985, the first year he was rated by the independent rating services, Mr. Eliades earned the Timer Digest’s "Timer of the Year" award and placed second in 1986 in a close race which wasn’t decided until the final trading day of the year. In 1989, Mark Hulbert (Hulbert Financial Digest) named Mr. Eliades as the "Most Consistent Mutual fund Switcher" based on Eliades timing signals for the years 1985, 1986, 1987, and 1988. From January 1985 when Hulbert first started rating Stockmarket Cycles, through August 1990, Stockmarket Cycles had the #1 market timing record in the country with a timing gain of 174.3% versus a comparable gain in the Wilshire 5000 Total Return Index of 119%.
Mr. Eliades has been a regular panelist on ABC’s weekly Sunday show, Business World, and has made guest appearances on FNN, CNBC, Wall Street Week, and Nightly Business Report. He has been featured in some of the nation’s most prestigious publications including Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and Futures Magazine among others.
Mr. Eliades’ theory of price movement in the stock market relates to repeating cycles rhythms. Fundamental news has no effect on market timing and affects only long-term trends. In over 16 years of uninterrupted market letters, he has rarely mentioned a fundamental news story in relation to the market. Mr. Eliades’ analysis is 100% cyclically and technically oriented.

Stockmarket Cycles provides market timing for the more important intermediate to long term trends for mutual fund switching. Short-term timing is also provided for stock index futures and index options via the daily telephone updates.

Website: click here.

John Williams

Shadowstats.com-

John Williams aka Walter J. "John" Williams was born in 1949. He received an A.B. in Economics, cum laude, from Dartmouth College in 1971, and was awarded a M.B.A. from Dartmouth's Amos Tuck School of Business Administration in 1972, where he was named an Edward Tuck Scholar. During his career as a consulting economist, John has worked with individuals as well as Fortune 500 companies.

John Williams' Shadow Government Statistics is a monthly electronic newsletter that exposes and analyzes the flaws in current U.S. government data and reporting, as well as in certain private-sector numbers. It also looks at the financial markets free of the hype so often put forth in the popular financial media. Generally published on the second Wednesday of the month, the newsletter is supplemented by Flash Updates and occasional Alerts that highlight unusual developments.

To visit my website, please click here.


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