AIR DATE: April 20, 2017
Is the bear market in Gold near its end?
Today on The Bubba Show, Bubba is joined by Claudio Grass, Ambassador for the Mises Institute and Managing Director of Global Gold, for a chat about gold, the government, and the Ponzi Scheme. Bubba and Claudio talk about the physical metal and discuss the issue of the gold bear market...
Todd "Bubba" Horwitz hosts episode 311 of Bubba's Bottom Line and offers his insight & analysis on whether the market has reached a top based on what is called the Trump Rally, if investors should be on the lookout for the rise of an inflationary dollar, and the next move of the FEDERAL RESERVE and if the specter of higher interest rates will mean for traders.
Todd "Bubba" Horwitz hosts episode 310 of Bubba's Bottom Line. In this installment Todd speaks to the streaking stock markets whose flames are once again being flamed by Janet Yellen's FEDERAL RESERVE. In addition, Bubba speaks to the secret of Amazon's cintinued success, which is its incredible value proposition whereby they have the largest selection, most convenient checkout experience, and speedy delivery saving the consumer, time & gasoline, this further equating to even more savings. Todd outlines how this well-oiled workflow, developed over many years continues to decimate traditional brick & mortar retailers who once scoffed at the notion of shipping online.
Todd "Bubba" Horwitz hosts episode 309 of Bubba's Bottom Line and discusses the push around the globe to end the use of cash under the guise of battling crime, but is yet again a further erosion of any remnant of privacy. Todd also speaks as to how the FED managed to completely circumvent its original mandate to be the lender of last resort and instead became the cash cow for the big banks on Wall Street.
Todd “Bubba” Horwitz
In the cockeyed world of the Federal Reserve and their see through the looking glass attitude, it’s hard to imagine that so many well-educated book smart people continually try to pass off their inflation tricks to cover up the money printing and damage to the dollar...
Competition for Venmo
Venmo is a very popular monetary exchange that has been around for about four years now. I personally don't use it, but I know it's very popular among the millennials. And why not? It's a great idea and has a great platform. It allows people to use their phones to exchange small amounts of money, instantly. But after four years on the market, America's biggest banks are finally catching up...
Leverage has been the ruination of many investors over the years. No matter what you are investing in, too much leverage will cause you heartburn and force you out of an investment trade because at some point the pressure will be on for you to make a decision and invariably that decision is wrong.