Ep 324: Why Greece Is Not A Big Deal

Why Greece is not a big deal

Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged!

On today’s episode, I break down the latest news on Greece.  I’ll explain why the recent default is no surprise and how private investors have been preparing for this event for months. 

Then I will interview Amir Adnani, CEO of Uranium Energy.  Amir’s company has been the victim of a massive short-attack.  The stock has fallen in value on allegations that are misleading and outright false. Amir sets the record straight and explains why the long-term fundamentals for his company are stronger today than they have ever been.

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Ep. 323 – Frankly Speaking: SEC, WSJ, Europe, GE, ATT, MYL and SWKS

We start today with a question from Jonathon who wants to discuss the revolving door at the SEC.

Mark then wrote in to ask about suggestions on how to stay informed about the markets beside what I publish. I give him a list of a few of the best resources I use regularly.

Alan would like to know my one favorite stock idea right now. You won’t want to miss this…

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Ep. 322 – Jim Rickards: Global Economic Collapse Imminent

RICKARDS AFR PHOTOGRAPH BY GLENN HUNT 13082012. NEWS -  James Rickards, a Wall Street hedge fund advisor and the author of Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis ,G10 FX Insights: AUD: Why so strong?

Welcome back to another episode of Wall Street Unplugged.

Today my guest is Jim Rickards, best -selling author and editor of the Currency Wars newsletter at Agora Financial. On this episode, Jim warns of a coming economic depression which could result in a 70% collapse in the S&P 500. He explains why this collapse is imminent.

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Ep. 321 – Frankly Speaking: GPS, Hedge Funds, Fear and Promotions

Welcome back to another episode of Frankly Speaking!

We start today with a comment from Mark who wants to know more about the methodology I use to pick target stocks.

Another listener (who is sure that I wouldn’t read his email) asks about The Gap Inc. If the economy is so good than why are retailers like this closing stores…

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