Macro Voices is a weekly market commentary by Hedge Fund Manager Erik Townsend including interviews with some of the brightest minds in the world of finance and macroeconomics.
The first episode of Macro Voices was released on February 12th and it includes an interview with Legendary Investor Jim Rogers.
In this episode Erik and Jim discuss:
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Erik Townsend sits in for Jim this week on the Big Picture. Erik's first topic is "The Relentless Bid". Erik looks at why the stock market has seen such an unprecedented and nearly non-stop rally for the last five years, why it should continue for now, and how and why it might eventually end. Erik's next topic is about Russia and China, and how Cold War 2.0 is likely unless the US gets its foreign policy under control. Russia and, to a lesser extent, China have recently begun lobbying the other BRICS countries to create an alliance to replace the US dollar as the world's reserve currency. Erik looks at the implications for the US dollar serving as the reserve currency, and what it might mean if the US were to lose this "exorbitant privilege".
Listen to Erik's podcast here: The Big Picture: Erik Townsend on "The Relentless Bid"
Erik Townsend is back to discuss the recent stimulus package from the European Central Bank. What was done? What was the thinking behind this move? What are the unseen risks? Are government guaranteed loans far behind? Is the economy faltering? Where do investors find yield in this negative interest rate environment? What is the status of the US bond market crisis? We cover all of this and more on Choice Conversations!
Erik was recently interviewed on Jim Puplava's Financial Sense Newshour about Peak Oil investing. Listen to the interview here or download the MP3 recording.
Download the Audio Track: An Interview with Erik Townsend - Peak Oil Investing (19.01 MB)
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