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From financial markets and politics to business and social issues, Dan Ferris and our Stansberry Analysts offer candid discussion on today’s most important headlines. Each week you’ll hear exclusive interviews with guest investment experts, authors, and top thinkers such as Jim Rogers, Kevin O’Leary, Glenn Beck, PJ O’Rourke, and Jim Grant.The Stansberry Investor Hour is produced by Stansberry Research, LLC.

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From financial markets and politics to business and social issues, Dan Ferris and our Stansberry Analysts offer candid discussion on today’s most important headlines. Each week you’ll hear exclusive interviews with guest investment experts, authors, and top thinkers such as Jim Rogers, Kevin O’Leary, Glenn Beck, PJ O’Rourke, and Jim Grant.The Stansberry Investor Hour is produced by Stansberry Research, LLC.

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By Powerdrc - Jul 19 2019
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Great guest & great info!

good stuff

By cm3340 - Sep 03 2018
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timely material, stuff that you wont get alot of places. Its good no nonsense materials

iTunes Ratings

342 Ratings
Average Ratings
255
38
15
9
25

DC

By Powerdrc - Jul 19 2019
Read more
Great guest & great info!

good stuff

By cm3340 - Sep 03 2018
Read more
timely material, stuff that you wont get alot of places. Its good no nonsense materials

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Stansberry Investor Hour

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From financial markets and politics to business and social issues, Dan Ferris and our Stansberry Analysts offer candid discussion on today’s most important headlines. Each week you’ll hear exclusive interviews with guest investment experts, authors, and top thinkers such as Jim Rogers, Kevin O’Leary, Glenn Beck, PJ O’Rourke, and Jim Grant.The Stansberry Investor Hour is produced by Stansberry Research, LLC.

Rank #1: Why WeWork is On Life Support

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WeWork drama is on full display. From ultimatums coming from SoftBank to founder Adam Neumann’s multi-billion golden parachutes, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris unpacks it all in this week’s podcast. Our guest, Jason Goepfert stops by the pod to share his unique analysis that puts other investors’ emotions to work for you.

Oct 24 2019

1hr 16mins

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Rank #2: Episode 35: The Safest Way to Invest Money

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Dan Ferris joins the Stansberry Investor Hour to tell you about the safest way to invest your money in the stock market. He and Porter recall the very first idea that launched Dan’s Extreme Value newsletter with a classic illustration of value investing which would make Warren Buffett and Benjamin Graham proud. Dan shows you why seemingly boring companies can be investments that allow you to sleep well at night, but also have the potential to double or triple your money.

John Gillin from the Stansberry NewsWire service joins Buck for a review of all the best and worst technologies he recently saw at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. VR shopping, dual-screen cell phones, and autonomous vehicles were some of the big themes on display. John tells you when you can expect a driverless car to pick you up in front of your house, or see a long-haul truck on the highway with no one at the wheel.

Listeners write in about the false missile warning in Hawaii, the use of blockchain technology in the options market, and the three cocktail recipes Porter and Buck can use for any occasion.

1:59: Buck and Porter introduce Dan Ferris, senior editor and analyst for the Extreme Value newsletter published by Stansberry Research. Porter explains how Dan has been with Stansberry Research from the beginning and that the type of value investing Dan does is the very opposite of what’s popular, but is really what most people should do.    

6:08: Porter explains value investing and tells you why it’s the absolute safest way to invest in equities. Dan and Porter recall the very first value idea they had together that launched Extreme Value back in 2000. It was a cash gushing catalog clothing retailer selling for 2x earnings that was an easy double once it’s value was fully realized.  

9:26: Porter tells you the one criteria required to make an Extreme Value recommendation. Dan describes his latest pick as the only stock in the world you need to own right now. In a world where every market seems to be fully valued, Dan and his team at Extreme Value have found one stock in a hated industry that could be the next double or triple.

12:57: Dan tells you why one of his tops picks in Extreme Value, Altius Minerals, is still in the portfolio today after first being recommended in 2009. And it’s still compounding at about 10% per year.

15:35: Stocks are high today – so what would be on Dan’s “buy list” in a sudden bear market full of stocks on sale? Dan reveals the #1 stock he’d love to get back into, and why “I sold because I’m stupid.” Even though he made over 600% for his Extreme Value subscribers.

22:47: Dan tells you about one of the most visible and easy ways to spot companies that are on sale, but also make great decisions and have favorable prospects for growth.  

24:52: Buck talks with John Gillin of the Stansberry Newswire about what he saw out at the recent 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. John tells you about the one technology he saw at CES that he would put in his home tomorrow. John also tells us that Uber was meeting with the FAA at CES is working on a business to take you everywhere, and it has nothing to do with automobiles.

33:38: Jesse writes in with a question about the recent false missile warning in Hawaii. More than just government employee incompetence? 

36:50 Porter asks Buck for his take on the “shi*hole” brouhaha, and Buck explains the political rationale behind this – there’s a reason Democrats are fanning these flames as the battle for DACA begins.

43:27: Porter answers a listener’s question about blockchain and the potential role this technology could play in the options market. Porter reveals the name of a company that is wholly owned by Overstock.com and is building solutions to leverage and service blockchain technologies.

45:10: Marcus writes in with some cocktail recommendations for Porter and Buck and shares a recipe for Blood and Sand.

Jan 18 2018

47mins

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Rank #3: Episode 36: The Epic Collapse of GE, How the Stock Market MeltUp Ends, & Student Loan Chaos

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Porter tells you about what really happened at General Electric (GE) under the reign of Jack Welch and his successors. It’s the story of an unholy partnership between big government and big media. A tragedy of paper money, financial speculation and excessive greed. Porter explains what GE has been doing since the mid-90s, and it has nothing to do with lightbulbs, locomotives, or power plants. GE has been involved in a gigantic financial gamble for decades…right under the nose of shareholders. The SEC is now investigating the company’s accounting, and Porter explains how GE could easily become the next Enron or Lehman.

Buck and Porter welcome Steve Sjuggerud, editor of True Wealth and Porter’s long-time partner at Stansberry Research. Steve reveals how much longer the stock market MeltUp can continue, which warning sign to look for from the government that has consistently preceded the last three market corrections, and a recommendation for Buck on the easiest way to invest in the China boom.

Jan 25 2018

1hr 16mins

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Rank #4: Episode 48: How This Stock Market Trend Makes Money

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Porter and Buck welcome Greg Diamond, senior analyst of Ten Stock Trader and co- host of The Investors Marketcast. Greg explains why we’re at a big inflection point in the stock markets and how Ten Stock Trader just posted a 25% gain in less than 24 hours. Porter asks Greg to reveal the one trend he sees in the markets right now that can help you make money. Porter tells you the first thing he looks at when buying or selling a stock, and how he finds businesses that produce products his grandchildren (and their grandchildren) will be using.

Founder of the Trends Research Institute, Gerald Celente, joins the show to explain his methodology of spotting future economic, social, and technology trends. Porter asks Gerald how massive corporate and consumer debt is weighing on markets and what he thinks about the possibility of a populist debt jubilee. Gerald tells you why what’s happening in the Middle East right now can send a shockwave through the equity markets, and how autonomous driving is still a “nerdy pipe dream” that’s decades away from becoming reality.

Porter answers listener questions about selling put options, proper position sizing for bond portfolios, and the secret origins of the ubiquitous Country Club Guy.

Apr 26 2018

1hr 15mins

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Rank #5: Episode 60: How This One Man Non-Profit Took Down an $80 Billion Company

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Porter gets immediately to the heart of Netflix’s recent woes in this 60th episode of Stansberry Investor Hour. It may have 100 million subscribers (including Porter) but the $163 billion company could be doomed thanks to one simple corporate calculation. “I have yet to call for the end of Netflix… but I can see the ending on the horizon.”

Buck asks about Elon Musk’s head-scratching decision to call a British rescue diver he didn’t know a “pedo” and Porter explains the method to his madness. When your whole career is a “Wizard of Oz” style act, you want people talking about anything, even outrageous behavior, before they look at your balance sheets.

Buck introduces Roddy Boyd, an independent journalist who not only eschews advertisers but also paid subscribers, choosing to distribute his findings for free. His Southern Investigative Reporting Foundation has exposed some of the biggest abuses on Wall Street since 2012, and head’s been credited by New York Magazine for exposing “perhaps the worst Ponzi scheme ever.”

Now he has a new warning about a company masquerading as a promising pharmaceutical company and head’s ready to explain how he knows it could be the next Valeant Pharmaceuticals, which he was working to expose in 2014, when the high-flying stock was still fooling thousands of investors. 

What’s truly amazing - and what makes Porter “slightly suspicious“ - is that this incredible research, which could have made hedge funds fortunes from shorting the paper tigers Boyd uncovers, is being offered to readers for free.

We think, after the epic fraud Boyd has uncovered that was often hiding in plain sight, you won’t want to miss his latest warning.

Jul 18 2018

1hr 17mins

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Rank #6: Episode 38: Government Theft 101, Dinner with Hitler, & the Future of Medicine

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Porter talks about the VIX falling out of bed while he was down in Nicaragua last week, and the reactions of Alliance members who were along for the trip at Rancho Santana. Buck prompts Porter on a wild ride covering the moral bankruptcy of fiat money, how US monetary and elected officials have truly “jumped ship” on fiscal responsibility, where interest rates go from here, and the borrow culture of the new America that is making it impossible for millennials to save and build wealth.

Dave Lashmet, lead analyst and editor of Stansberry Venture Technology, connects with Porter to talk about the latest medical and technology trends he’s studying that have the potential to deliver huge returns to your portfolio. Porter and Dave talk about their first biotech research trip together in 1999, the reality of seeing autonomous vehicles on your street, immunotherapy for cancer patients, and the famous “Dinner with Hitler” essay they wrote together.

Scott from Indiana asks Porter about solar energy. Rant alert! You won’t want to miss Porter’s response on what might be the most economically backwards source of energy on planet earth, despite our government’s attempt to make you pay for it.

Feb 16 2018

1hr 37mins

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Rank #7: Episode 34: Why Gold Will Beat Bitcoin in 2018

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Porter and Buck are back from holiday break to give you their boldest predictions for 2018. The first one’s a doozy for regular listeners as Porter provides granular detail on how the stage is set for gold and other commodities to have a massive stealth bull market this year. Buck asks Porter about the pros and cons of owning physical gold bullion versus gold stocks. You’ll also hear Porter reveal the one gold equity he favors that gives you most of gold’s benefits, without owning a single ounce of the precious metal.

Porter and Buck welcome best-selling author and founder of the Wealth Factory, Garrett Gunderson. As a teenager, Garrett launched his first company and won business competitions across the state of Utah. By age 26 he was a multi-millionaire and partner in several financial enterprises. He tells Porter about his new upcoming book, Five Day Weekend, and the three things he’s writing about right now that will help you build your financial infrastructure and grow your money.

The mailbag is stuffed with reader feedback on Jack Reacher, gold, cryptos, and a question for Porter on capital efficiency. Buck tells Porter about a phone call he recently received from Ivanka Trump (no kidding), and “Arianna” makes an appearance to give Porter tips on staying healthy in 2018.

Jan 11 2018

1hr 7mins

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Rank #8: Episode 47: These Bonds Reveal Stocks Ready to Pop

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Stansberry senior analyst and editor Bryan Beach joins Porter and Buck to talk about his recent speaking engagement at the Grant’s Interest Rate Observer Conference in New York. Bryan’s presentation revealed his new system for spotting stocks that are poised for triple digits gains by studying their counterpart in the bond markets. Bryan explains the distinct difference between stock buyers and bond investors. Which market does the smart money follow?

Porter asks Buck to explain why America keeps meddling in the Middle East. “It’s not our war.” Is there an imminent threat to the US from rouge nations, psycho-dictators, or Al-Qaeda? Porter is thinking more and more about gold and reveals his favorite precious metal company to own before all others. A listener writes in with a question about what would happen to insurance companies and policies in a debt jubilee scenario.  

Apr 18 2018

58mins

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Rank #9: Why Gold Could Fall Over The Next Few Months

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In this week’s episode, Extreme Value Editor Dan Ferris chats with Mark Dow, former economist at the Treasury Department and the IMF. Dow sheds light on what’s happening with the global economy, and what massive levels of debt really means moving forward. He also shares his forecast for gold and other precious metals over the next few months.

Oct 17 2019

1hr 3mins

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Rank #10: Episode 11: These Two Unusual Market Signals Could Unwind the Current Bull Market

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Porter’s nervous this week because he’s seeing two very specific and unusual things that have never happened in the markets before…and it’s "completely insane." Porter and Buck welcome special guest Richard Maybury, editor of the U.S. & World Early Warning Report and author of the common-sense Uncle Eric book series. Richard enlightens listeners to the concept of “Chaostan” and reveals how this unpredictable part of the world has ironically led to one of the most predictable trends in investing. Porter opens the mailbag and tells a listener how to take advantage of record-low market volatility, and the inevitable reversion to the mean of the VIX once the bull market changes course.

Aug 10 2017

1hr 20mins

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Rank #11: Episode 43: This is How the Bull Market Ends

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Porter gives one last lesson on the big mistake Warren Buffett is making that could change Berkshire Hathaway forever. Buck breaks down the culture of the FBI and its influence on “Russiagate,” and Porter wonders why successful money managers and business people are often the target of politicians, while real criminals like those behind the 2008-2009 financial crisis just walk away.

Buck and Porter welcome Erez Kalir, CEO and co-founder of Stansberry Asset Management. Porter and Erez discuss four specific “mile markers” to watch for that will signal the end of the current bull run in stocks. Erez talks about a meeting with Peter Thiel where the famous venture capitalist reveals what he’s doing with his bitcoin investment. Porter asks Erez to tell you the one stock he would buy if it was the only one he could hold forever.

Buck gives his account of the Facebook data breach that erased over $35 billion in investor capital in one day. Is the stock a buy or sell? Porter weighs in. A listener sends in a question about student debt forgiveness and what it would mean to Porter’s American Jubilee prediction.

Mar 22 2018

1hr 18mins

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Rank #12: Episode 57: How to Profit from Asia’s Infrastructure Boom and Why Bitcoin Could Easily Fall Below $1000

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Kim Iskyan and Brian Tycangco from Stansberry Churchouse Research call in from Singapore and Manila to tell you about opportunities in industrial robotics, the “great infrastructure catchup” taking place all over Asia, and where to find the possibility of 10x investment returns in some of the most unlikely places on earth.

Brian and Kim also explain how they’ve built an entire business on the “bad to less bad” investment theme and recount the best ideas from the recent Asia Investment Opportunities Conference hosted by Steve Sjuggerud in Hong Kong. Watch all eleven presentations for only $49 and get a free year of The Churchouse Letter.

John Gillin, Scott Garliss, and Greg Diamond from The Investors Marketcast podcast join the discussion with their latest analysis on bitcoin and how the world’s top cryptocurrency could easily fall below $1000 before any price recovery.

Jun 29 2018

51mins

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Rank #13: Episode 14: Here’s the Final Warning Sign You’ll See Before the Next Bear Market and $1 Trillion in Losses.

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What in the world is going on in the bond markets? This is the question Porter asks Marty Fridson, a bond market visionary whose 40-year career has been accurate enough for him to be labeled “the Dean of High-Yield Debt.” Marty reveals the one market index and unique metric he developed to spot the beginning of bear market cycles…and what he’s seeing right now is so unusual it hasn’t happened since...2008. But there’s one thing missing. Buck and Porter discuss the complete madness of America’s involvement in Afghanistan, why the US doesn’t need to be in the Middle East, and what might be America’s most neglected history lesson – the country’s first and only war against slavery, fought after the American Revolution but long before the Civil War. Learn how you can join over 500 Stansberry Research readers in Las Vegas Sep 27-28 at www.stansberryvegas.com

Aug 24 2017

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Rank #14: Episode 09: Glenn Beck – Revolution from the Heart

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Porter’s back on deck with Buck this week to welcome media entrepreneur and founder of the The Blaze, Glenn Beck. Porter and Buck discuss the real reason Jeff Bezos purchased the Washington Post, big debts in the agricultural sector, consequences of moving away from free markets, and an interesting way to invest in companies that are about to blow up. Glenn Beck reveals the lesson behind the stunning rise of his media empire and how we can come together to be the greatest American generation.

Jul 20 2017

59mins

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Rank #15: Episode 50: Three Oil Stocks Set to Soar, California's Solar Police, and Why Interest Rates Matter

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Buck and Porter discuss the overreaching power of the Department of Justice in the current Paul Manafort investigation, how the State of California is making another epic economic blunder mandating solar energy for new homes, and why the recent move in oil over $70 has nothing at all to do with Iran.

Dennis Gartman of the Gartman Letter joins Porter and Buck to talk about the most important chart in the markets, an economic signal from the St. Louis Fed you should be watching every Thursday, and where you should be on US equities. Porter asks Dennis about his thoughts on blockchain, oil, the credit cycle, and the manipulation of interest rates. Are bonds already in a bear market? Dennis reveals his favorite stocks in the oil sector.

Listeners have questions, and Porter has answers. He tells you the easiest way to invest in safe government bonds, the locations of his favorite deep-sea fishing spots, and the role precious metals like gold play in the inflation vs. deflation debate.

May 10 2018

1hr 17mins

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Rank #16: Episode 46: China Trade War Opportunities

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Steve Sjuggerud joins Buck this week to break down the mixed messages you’ve been seeing on China’s economy, proposed US trade tariffs, and why “Trump’s China” is based on an outdated perception and vastly different from reality in Beijing. Steve tells you the one thing that matters most when it comes to investing in China’s markets, and why the trade war volatility is presenting a unique investment opportunity. Steve tells you the easiest way for foreign investors to get exposure to local Chinese stock markets.

Author and Daily Beast columnist Gordon Chang joins the conversation to tell you why a China trade war has been coming for quite some time. Buck asks Gordon if China is in a better trade negotiation position than the US, and whether or not President Xi Jinping’s communist leadership will fall in line with US requests on intellectual property. Will a crisis of confidence in China put a damper on its hyper growth policies?

A listener writes in with a timely question about China’s aspiration to become a more relevant player in global currency markets. Does it make a difference to the US, Europe, and Japan if China pushes the yuan as a reserve currency?

Apr 11 2018

1hr 3mins

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Rank #17: Episode 61: Walmart: The Retailer Amazon's Not Done Ravaging

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Walmart’s woes are becoming such common knowledge that even journalist politicos are now asking Buck how the once-great retailer can turn things around. Porter reveals two reasons Amazon’s in more trouble than anyone realizes – and the only rational thing he thinks anyone CEO of Walmart can do now.

Porter elaborates on the storm clouds he sees ahead for Netflix and Tesla, and entertains an argument from one listener that he’s got it wrong about Tesla.

The team also wades into current events controversy – including the shooting of a man after a tussle involving a stolen handicapped parking spot and a sucker punch. Then the talk turns to international saber-rattling, with Porter reading aloud one of Trump’s greatest Twitter taunts of a foreign leader before Buck shares the surprisingly positive consequences of America being the actor with a reckless (crazy?) President for a change.

Porter reveals the big cryptocurrency news at Stansberry Research, and why one guru is coming around to Bitcoin at long last.  

Jul 26 2018

1hr 13mins

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Rank #18: Episode 68: The Dawn of Machine Learning

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We have two guests with a track record that’s, in Porter’s words, “ridiculous” this week – Venture Technology’s Dave Lashmet and Christian Olsen, whose research service has uncovered 14 doubles since its launch. 

Dave and Christian both have deep backgrounds in biology and biotech – and they’re not just focused on promising small-caps with pipelines that position them for rocket returns. In fact, in this episode they crown some winners among the big pharma giants in immune oncology, cardiac disease, and neuro diseases. 

In this recording taking place on the 17th anniversary of 9/11, Porter, Buck, and “Country Club Guy” Jamison Miller all reflect on where they were that morning, and how it’s affected where they are today. From Porter’s decision to get married on September 11, to Buck’s decision to join the intelligence agency, the quirks of fate are interesting to pick apart. 

After interviewing Dave and Christian on the most exciting opportunities in tech today – including the field that they both say is about to be as transformative as the Internet, but still in its infancy – it’s mail bag time.

Dan W. writes about his home state of Texas “protecting him from himself” by barring him from investing in assets considered too risky – high yield bonds in this case. Porter explains a possible workaround, and then takes a question from an anonymous reader who says Porter’s done everything he said he would, but is still unhappy, calling Porter “like a senior in a fraternity” vs. him being “a pledge.” Porter explains why he can’t apologize for what he’s done. 

Sep 12 2018

57mins

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Rank #19: Episode 51: Sentiment Trader 101 - How Smart Investors Buy What Others Ignore

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Porter and Buck welcome two of the smartest traders on the planet, True Wealth editor Dr. Steve Sjuggerud, and Jason Goepfert of SentimenTrader.com. Porter’s the Bear and Steve's the Bull when it comes to the direction of stocks, but what’s the market really trying to tell us? Jason shows you how sentiment can be massively valuable for contrarians who buy hated investments, and Porter asks what kind of ignored opportunities he sees today.

Steve asks Jason for his take on the bond markets, oil, interest rates, and how volatility and sentiment impact trading decisions. Porter shares his biggest saving grace as an investor, and asks Jason how quickly a market indicator can get him to change his mind.

Porter answers a listener’s question about how bond recovery works when a company goes bankrupt, and Steve tells you why many Chinese stocks are set to explode, how you can get in on the trade, and why China is his absolute favorite investment theme for the next 2 to 5 years.

May 17 2018

55mins

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Rank #20: Episode 62: See Your Risk Exposure in Seconds

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We have a special guest for this week’s podcast – Dr. Richard Smith, whose portfolio software TradeStops has helped thousands of investors to maximize their potential upside while slashing risk aggressively, down to the bone.

Yesterday, 14,000 people signed up for his free online presentation where he revealed his latest breakthrough. 

It’s called ‘Ideas’. Learn more at www.investorhourideas.com

Porter makes sense of Facebook’s dramatic selloff last week, and why he’s advising his readers to continue holding the stock for now – even though he’s telling fence-sitters not to enter new positions of Facebook just yet.

Buck brings up the latest in the PC culture war – a bid to rename what may be the most liberal city in Dixie. He also explains why they’ll likely succeed, even though the name Yale, named after a slave trader, is still untouchable. 

Aug 01 2018

54mins

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