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Turning Hard Times into Good Times

Turning Hard Times into Good Times

Tuesday at 12 Noon Pacific

March 31st 2015:How to Diversify When the Fed is Out of Patience

Axel Merk, Gene Epstein and Michael Oliver return. In a moment the market thinks the Fed will stop pumping up the money supply and like a heroin addict desperate for the next fix, equities plummet downward with frightening speed. Whereupon a Fed government trots before the microphones to reassure the markets the Fed will do whatever it takes to keep Wall St. happy. Yet, in order to gain credibility and to have ammunition to lower rates in the future, the Fed has to permit rates to rise again. How can investors protect themselves against dangerous market volatility? We will ask Axel who has som

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Axel Merk

Axel Merk is the President and CIO of Merk Investments, manager of the Merk Funds, which he founded in Switzerland (1994) by pooling the investments he had been managing for his friends starting in college. He then relocated the firm to California in 2001 as a SEC registered investment advisory. Merk is an expert on macro trends as well as an innovator in gold and currency investing. He is a sought-after speaker, contributor and author (his book, Sustainable Wealth, describes how the greater economic universe works, how it might affect and how to manage your finances to seek financial stability). Axel Merk holds a B.A. in Economics (magna cum laude) and a M.Sc. in Computer Science fro
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Gene Epstein

Gene Epstein, an economist of the Austrian School--and by political persuasion a libertarian--joined Barron’s in February 1992 as Commodities Editor. The following year, he became the weekly’s first Economics Editor and the first to write the column, “Economic Beat”-- his responsibility to this day. In October 2010, he also became the Barron's Book Review Editor. Before joining Barron’s, Epstein did a 13-year stint at the New York Stock Exchange, mainly as a senior economist. He has taught economics at the City University of New York and St. John’s University and holds an M.A. in the subject from the New School and a B.A. in history from Brandeis University. Epstein’s book, ECONOSPI
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J. Michael Oliver

J. Michael Oliver entered the financial services industry in 1975 on the Futures side, joining E.F. Hutton’s International Commodity Division, NYC. He studied under David Johnson, head of Hutton’s Commodity Division and Chairman of the COMEX. In the 1980’s Oliver began to develop his own momentum-based method of technical analysis. In 1987 Oliver, along with his futures client accounts (Oliver had trading POA) technically anticipated and captured the Crash. Oliver began to realize that his emergent momentum-structural-based tools should be further developed into a full analytic methodology. In 1992 he was asked by the Financial VP and head of Wachovia Bank’s Trust Department to prov
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1501/turning-hard-times-into-good-times 21/11/2017 12:00 21/11/2017 01:00 Turning Hard Times into Good Times https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1501/turning-hard-times-into-good-times Axel Merk, Gene Epstein and Michael Oliver return. In a moment the market thinks the Fed will stop pumping up the money supply and like a heroin addict desperate for the next fix, equities plummet downward with frightening speed. Whereupon a Fed government trots before the microphones to reassure the markets the Fed will do whatever it takes to keep Wall St. happy. Yet, in order to gain credibility and to have ammunition to lower rates in the future, the Fed has to permit rates to rise again. How can investors protect themselves against dangerous market volatility? We will ask Axel who has some time honored solutions. To get an idea of which important markets are likely to move next, Michael will share the results from his latest structural momentum work and Gene will tell us of the next NYC Junto meeting and perhaps share his current economic views as well. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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