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Posted On Jun 21, 2019 | Broadcast

Robert Kiyosaki, editor at Paradigm Press and best-selling author of Rich Dad Poor Dad and Fake: Fake Money, Fake Teachers, Fake Assets, appeared on Kitco News to discuss gold’s breakout. “Trump rattling his saber and China and all the uncertainty in the world — naturally, it spooks people. Plus, the...

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Posted On Jun 17, 2019 | Broadcast

Alan Knuckman, editor at St. Paul Research, appeared on Fox Business to comment on the current state of the market: Markets aren’t happy or sad; the investors behind the trades are the ones that enjoy the profits or the losses. So for me it’s optimism that wins. We’re still in...

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Posted On Jun 14, 2019 | Broadcast

Alan Knuckman, editor for St. Paul Research and Agora Financial market strategist, appeared on Fox Business to discuss the reasons why stocks are on pace despite global tensions. Knuckman’s reasoning is twofold: “We were only 2% away from the all-time top in the S&P. So it’s been almost a full...

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Posted On May 29, 2019 | Broadcast

Alan Knuckman, editor at St. Paul Research, appeared on Bloomberg TV to discuss U.S. stock performance and his current options strategy. “Well, I’m old school, and for me bond yields going lower, that’s a positive, because the choice is putting your money into the stock market or putting it into...

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Posted On May 23, 2019 | Broadcast

Nomi Prins, an editor for Paradigm Press and author of Collusion, appeared on CNBC to discuss the polarization of global politics. Said Prins: If the governments can actually get together, at least have individuals from both sides of the divide, to look at how do we fund infrastructure growth, how...

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Posted On May 8, 2019 | Broadcast

Alan Knuckman, an editor for St. Paul Research, appeared on Fox Business to discuss sell-off intensity in response to President Trump’s trade talks with China, the pending tariff increase and the importance of perspective. “Let’s remember, just at the close of yesterday, the S&P and the tech NDX were only...

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