2 hours of stimulating discussion and guest interviews.
In a wide-ranging interview with Jim Puplava, Don Coxe of Coxe Advisors surveys the global investment environment by taking a look at geopolitics, monetary policy, the global economy, and why he think investors should be getting prepared for a world currently awash in crises.
Historian and longtime gold investor Don Coxe says he expects gold will continue to be one of the best performing assets, especially because he doesn’t expect the Fed to raise interest rates in December. “It’s a somewhat higher probability that Santa Claus will come,” he told Kitco News at the Mines & Money event held […]
Investors being misled by earnings, wisdom from Coxe and Rosenberg, and why 20 stocks are all you need Investor Newsletter What would investors own if they were only allowed to make 20 investments in their lifetime? Warren Buffett believes their portfolio returns would improve by following this strategy because, “Under those rules, you’d really think […]
Don Coxe, chairman at Coxe Advisors, joins BNN’s Michael Hainsworth to discuss why being pessimistic on stocks may be the correct strategy, but it may not be for the reasons you think. To watch the video
BNN’S Michael Hainsworth: Find out why leading commodities strategist Don Coxe says the precious metals boom is set to continue, and what interest rates have to do with it. He’ll also talk about why he sees risk of a global recession somewhere in the next two years, and what China’s role will be in all […]
Special to The Globe and Mail There is one over-arching reason why you should not be rushing from stocks into cash: too many experts who have been too bullish for too long have finally awakened to the problems of the American, European, Chinese, Japanese and Canadian economies at a time stock markets have been acting […]
• We should see painful corrections in the economy and/or stock market
• US government debt has more than doubled since Obama’s presidency
• Gold and silver are among the top performing assets in the world
• Saudi fear of Iran, plus fracking led to the crash in oil prices
• Tesla’s big success is solely due to government subsidies
This Article by James West, Publisher, MidasLetter includes webcast of interview with Don Coxe If there was any doubt as to the source of positive performance in the world’s most valuable stock indices over the last year, the G20 policy statement issued on July 24 removed the last of it. In increasingly overt tones, the […]