In a week where Alex Jones of Infowars gets banished from Facebook and YouTube, while a strongman survives an assassination attempt under suspiciously lucky circumstances, nationally syndicated radio host and former CIA officer Buck Sexton has plenty to unpack for listeners.
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.
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.
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."
As the Russia investigation continues to rage in newspapers, classified meetings, and Twitter handles, we have a special guest for this week’s episode: former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page, who is at the center of it all.
FEATURING: Doug Casey, Glenn Beck and Julian Assange
There's little doubt that one topic dominated financial headlines in the first half of 2018…and it took most investors by complete surprise. Trump's trade wars are only being eclipsed (temporarily) by the drama swirling around the soon-to-be vacant Supreme Court seat, and what a solidified conservative majority on the highest Court will mean for America.
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.
FEATURING: Chris Mayer, John Gillin and Scott Garliss
Chris Mayer, editor of Chris Mayer's Focus at Bonner & Partners, joins Buck to discuss the four simple things anyone can do to succeed in the stock market, how he builds a portfolio for the stock-averse founder of Agora Publishing, Bill Bonner, and what he looks for in companies that could be potential "100 bagger" investments.
The next trillion-dollar trade in Asia is about to unfold. Will you be there first? Forty percent of China's pension investments are about to make their way into the stock markets. Guest Steve Sjuggerud, editor of True Wealth China Opportunities, recounts his recent observations and ideas from a whirlwind trip he just completed with a few dozen lucky Stansberry subscribers exploring Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong.
Steven Yates, former deputy security advisor to Vice President Cheney, joins the podcast this episode to weigh in on the North Korean negotiations slated for next week. Steven is already an expert on East Asian security issues – he learned Mandarin from his time as a missionary in Taiwan – and after 13 years removed from public service, he can offer a candid assessment on the risks – and promise – that these talks pose.
Michael Covel, author of Trend Following: How to Make a Fortune in Bull, Bear, and Black Swan Markets, joins Porter and Buck to demystify trend investing and reveals why mastering this will change your entire concept of what bull and bear markets mean for you.
Robert Kiyosaki is author of the No. 1 personal finance book Rich Dad Poor Dad. He joins Porter and Buck to tell you what shaped his life and what gave him the drive to become a world-wide entrepreneurial success. Robert talks about failing fast to meet your goals, why he volunteered to fight in Vietnam, and the one Rich Dad edge he uses for investing in real estate that can produce "infinite returns."
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 opportunities he sees today.
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.
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.
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-digit 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?
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 reveals 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.
Porter dispels Wall Street rumors that Buffett will come to the rescue of General Electric (GE) and tells you about the time he sat next to former CEO Jack Welch at a New York City Broadway play. Nobody knew what kind of financial engineering Jack was up to in the 1990s, possibly even Welch himself. Did the GE slogan "Imagination at Work" apply to their accounting, too?