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Steve Forbes, Dr. Marc Faber, Robert Prechter, Dr. Burton Malkiel & Peter Eliades (Encore Show)

 

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1st Hour:
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  • Spotlight Stock Picks.
  • Host Chris Waltzek & The International Forecaster discussion and listener's questions.

2nd Hour:

Dr. Burton Malkiel

A Random Walk Down Wall Street

Dr. Burton G. Malkiel, the Chemical Bank Chairman’s Professor of Economics at Princeton University , is the author of the widely read investment book, A Random Walk Down Wall Street. The revised 9th edition paperback of the book was published in 2007.

Dr. Malkiel has long held professorships in economics at Princeton , where he was also chairman of the Economics Department. He was dean of the Yale School of Management and William S. Beinecke Professor of Management Studies there from 1981 to 1987.

He is a past appointee to the President’s Council of Economic Advisors. In addition, he currently serves or has served on the boards of several financial corporations including Prudential Financial and the Vanguard Group and nonfinancial corporations such as Genmab and Theravance. He has also served on several investment management boards including the Investment Committee for the American Philosophical Association. He is a past president of the American Finance Association and is a member of the American Economic Association.

He is also the author or co-editor of eight other books, the most recent of which are The Random Walk Guide to Investing: 10 Rules for Financial Success and Global Bargain Hunting: An Investor’s Guide to Profits in Emerging Markets, with J. P. Mei and From Wall Street to the Great Wall, with others.

He holds a B.A. and MBA degree from Harvard and a Ph.D. degree from Princeton Universities and began his career in the investment banking department of Smith Barney & Co.

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Dr. Marc Faber

Gloomboomdoom.com

Dr. Marc Faber was born in Zurich, Switzerland. He went to school in Geneva and Zurich and finished high school with the Matura. He studied Economics at the University of Zurich and, at the age of 24, obtained a PhD in Economics magna cum laude.

Between 1970 and 1978, Dr Faber worked for White Weld & Company Limited in New York, Zurich and Hong Kong.
Since 1973, he has lived in Hong Kong. From 1978 to February 1990, he was the Managing Director of Drexel Burnham Lambert (HK) Ltd. In June 1990, he set up his own business, MARC FABER LIMITED which acts as an investment advisor and fund manager.

Dr Faber publishes a widely read monthly investment newsletter "The Gloom Boom & Doom Report" report which highlights unusual investment opportunities, and is the author of several books including “ TOMORROW'S GOLD – Asia's Age of Discovery” which was first published in 2002 and highlights future investment opportunities around the world. “ TOMORROW'S GOLD ” was for several weeks on Amazon's best seller list and is being translated into Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Thai and German. Dr. Faber is also a regular contributor to several leading financial publications around the world.

A book on Dr Faber, "RIDING THE MILLENNIAL STORM", by Nury Vittachi, was published in 1998.
A regular speaker at various investment seminars, Dr Faber is well known for his "contrarian" investment approach.

He is also associated with a variety of funds and is a member of the Board of Directors of numerous companies.

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Steve Forbes

How Capitalism Will Save Us

Forbes.com

President and Chief Executive Officer of Forbes and Editor-in-Chief of Forbes magazine.
Since Mr. Forbes assumed his position in 1990, the company has launched a variety of new publications and businesses. They include: Forbes FYI, the irreverent lifestyle supplement; Forbes Global, the magazine's international publication; and Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Brazilian, Russian, Arabic and Hebrew editions of the magazine. Forbes also publishes the Gilder Technology Report, as well as a number of investment newsletters.

In 1997 Forbes entered the new media arena with the launch of Forbes.com. The site now attracts over seven million unique visitors a month and has become the leading destination site for business decision-makers and investors.

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Robert Prechter

Conquor The Crash

Robert R. Prechter, Jr., CMT, is founder and president of Elliott Wave International, the world’s largest independent financial forecasting firm. He has been writing market commentary since 1976. In 1984, Bob set a record in the options division of the U.S. Trading Championship with a real-money trading account. In December 1989, Financial News Network (now CNBC) named him "Guru of the Decade." Bob served for nine years on the national Board of the Market Technicians Association and in 1990-1991 served as its president. During the 1990s, he expanded his firm to provide round-the-clock analysis on global financial markets. Bob has written 13 books on finance, beginning with Elliott Wave Principle in 1978, which predicted a 1920s-style stock market boom. His 2002 title, Conquer the Crash - You Can Survive and Prosper in a Deflationary Crash and Depression, was a New York Times best-seller. In 1999, Bob received the CSTA’s first annual A.J. Frost Memorial Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Development of Technical Analysis. In 2003, Traders Library granted him its Hall of Fame award.

Prechter’s current interest is a new approach to social science, which he outlined in Socionomics—the Science of History and Social Prediction (1999-2003). This two-book set presents a theory of endogenously regulated social mood and its manifestation in social action. In July 2007, The Journal of Behavioral Finance published “The Financial/Economic Dichotomy: A Socionomic Perspective,” a paper by Prechter and his colleague, Dr. Wayne Parker. Prechter has made presentations on his socionomic theory to the London School of Economics, Georgia Tech, MIT, SUNY and academic conferences. He recently created the Socionomics Institute, which is dedicated to explaining socionomics, and he funds the Socionomics Foundation, which supports academic research in the field.

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Peter Eliades

Stockmarketcycles.com

Upon graduating from Harvard College and Boston University Law School and passing the Massachusetts Bar, Peter Eliades moved to New York City where he entertained as a performer/singer and pianist in Manhattan cabarets and off-Broadway musical comedy. In 1967, he moved to Los Angeles and continued his musical career. In 1968, with a lot of time and curiosity and a little money, Peter initiated his stock market studies. The motivation for those studies was a book on stock market cycles written by J. M. Hurst called, The Profit Magic of Stock Transaction Timing.

In 1972, he began his financial career as a stock broker. Peter never enjoyed sales, but he was promised he could make daily TV appearances and give market commentary if he became a broker. This appealed both to his "show-biz" side and his new-found love of market analysis, so he accepted the offer, and appeared as a stock market analyst on Los Angeles television station KWHY, the nation's first financial TV station, for several years beginning in 1973. Several times in the fall of 1974, in a market that had seen the average share of stock drop for almost 6 years since December 1968, he predicted on KWHY that a major market bottom would occur during the week of December 9-13, 1974. The exact Dow low of 570.01 occurred on December 9, 1974. As a result of that spectacular and well noted forecast, publication of Stockmarket Cycles began in July of 1975. In 1982, he began a long string of appearances on FNN, the nation's first financial network. He made several notable forecasts on FNN, and his forecast for a very important market bottom on January 24, 1983, was widely noted for several weeks prior to that date. On exactly January 24, 1983, the Dow ended a decline of over 8% and moved below the 1000 level for the last time prior to the start of what was a virtually uninterrupted 20 year run to the upside. There was an interruption of note in October 1987, of course. It was a 2 day crash of more than 28% intraday. In a subsequent report, the Wall St. Journal quoted Mark Hulbert as citing Stockmarket Cycles as one of the top two or three services in getting subscribers out of the market in a timely fashion before the crash.

In 1985, the first year Stockmarket Cycles was rated by the independent rating services, Peter earned Timer Digest's "Timer of the Year" award and placed second in 1986 in a close race which wasn't decided until the final trading day of the year. In 1989, Mark Hulbert (Hulbert Financial Digest) named Peter as the "Most Consistent Mutual Fund Switcher" based on his timing signals for the years 1985, 1986, 1987, and 1988. From January 1985 when Hulbert first started rating Stockmarket Cycles, through August 1990, Stockmarket Cycles had the #1 market timing record in the country with a timing gain of 174.3% versus a comparable gain in the Wilshire 5000 Total Return Index of 119%. Peter repeated that winning performance once again from June 1986 through June 1996. Over that 10 year period, Stockmarket Cycles' Fidelity Select mutual fund portfolio was the leader by a very substantial margin over all the other rated mutual fund portfolios in the country. The September 1996 AAII Journal (American Association of Individual Investors) published a rating of the performance of 27 mutual fund portfolios from the country's best known newsletter writers from June 1986 through June 1996. The average annual gain of the other 26 portfolios was 9.13%. Stockmarket Cycles' Fidelity Select Portfolio showed an annualized gain of 16.50%. The nearest competitor was at 12.49%. During the 2000-2003 bear market, Stockmarket Cycles performance was again #1 as tabulated by Hulbert with an annualized gain of 13.9% in the face of an S&P 500 loss of 43.4% from March 31, 2000-March 31, 2003.

In the March 22, 1999 issue of Barron's, Eliades wrote an article that was greeted by guffaws and ridicule by the great majority of analysts and investors. Just as the Dow was approaching 10,000 for the first time in history, Eliades stated it could be years, even a decade or more before 10,000 was breached significantly. The epilogue of that story is now history.

In 2001, Peter was honored by the MTA (Market Technicians Association) with the prestigious Charles Dow Award for excellence and creativity in Technical Analysis.

Mr. Eliades was a regular weekly panelist on ABC Network's weekly Sunday show, Business World in the 1990s, and has made frequent guest appearances on FNN, CNBC, Wall Street Week, Larry King Live, and Nightly Business Report. He has been featured in some of the nation's most prestigious publications including Barron's, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes among others, and in a cover story in Futures Magazine. He has authored articles several articles published in Barron's.

In recent years, Eliades has directed his attention to the development of trading systems, but has remained deeply involved with studying and developing technical indicators for analyzing the stock market. He has recently started a hedge fund, The Plutus Fund, based on cyclic patterns in the market.

To visit my website: Click Here


2010 Archives:

James Turk, Peter Grandich, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - June 5, 2010

Gerald Celente, Robert Kiyosaki, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - May 29, 2010

Dr. Ron Paul, Louis Navellier, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - May 22, 2010

Jim Rogers, Kevin Kerr, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - May 15, 2010

John Williams, Richard Daughty, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - May 8, 2010

Harry S. Dent Jr. Peter Schiff, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - May 1, 2010

Robert Kiyosaki, Bob Hoye, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - Apr 24, 2010

Bill Murphy, Arch Crawford, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - Apr 17, 2010

James Turk, Steve Hochberg, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - Apr 10, 2010

Dr. Leeb, Danny Schechter, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - Apr 3, 2010

Gerald Celente, Axel Merk, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - Mar 27, 2010

Jim Rogers, Eric Coffin, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - Mar 20, 2010

Kevin Kerr, Peter Schiff, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - Mar 13, 2010

G. Edward Griffin, Harry S. Dent Jr, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - Mar 6, 2010

Steve Forbes, Dr. Ron Paul, Robert Prechter Jr., Gerald Celente, Peter Eliades, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian(Encore Show)- February 27, 2010

Dr. Burton Malkiel, Dr. Marc Faber, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - February 20, 2010

Gerald Celente, James Turk, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - February 13, 2010

Steve Forbes, Robert Prechter Jr., Peter Eliades, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - February 6, 2010

John Williams, Jeffrey Christian, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - January 30, 2010

Dennis Gartman, Gary Dorsch, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - January 23, 2010

Richard Daughty, John Mauldin, David Morgan, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - January 16, 2010

Andre Eggelletion, Addison Wiggin, Harry S. Dent Jr., Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - January 9, 2010

Kevin Kerr, George Z. Blake, Louis Navellier, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - January 2, 2010

 

2009 Archives:

Doug Casey, Bob Hoye, Charles Goyette, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - December 26, 2009

Dr. Ron Paul, Gerald Celente, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - December 19, 2009

Jim Rogers, Dr. Marc Faber, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - December 12, 2009

Robert Prechter, John Rubino, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - December 5, 2009

Jim Sinclair, Bill Murphy, Chris Powell, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - November 21, 2009

Dr. Stephen Leeb & Peter Grandich, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - November 21, 2009

Catherine Austin Fitts & James Turk, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - November 14, 2009

Jim Rogers, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - November 7, 2009

Harry S. Dent Jr., Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - October 31, 2009

Peter Schiff, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - October 24, 2009

Gerald Celente, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - October 17, 2009

John Williams, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - October 10, 2009

John Williams, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - October 10, 2009

Robert Prechter, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - October 3rd, 2009

Peter Grandich, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - September 26th, 2009

James Turk, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - September 19th, 2009

Dr. Marc Faber, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - September 12th, 2009

Gerald Celente, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - September 5th, 2009

Harry S. Dent, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - August 29th, 2009

Kevin Kerr, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - August 22nd, 2009

Gerald Celente, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - August 15th, 2009

Jim Sinclair, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - August 8th, 2009

Dr. Ron Paul & Jim Rogers, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian(encore show) - August 1st, 2009

Peter Grandich, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - July 25th, 2009

Kal Gronvall, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - July 18th, 2009

James Turk, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - July 11th, 2009

Jim Rogers, Chris Waltzek, Warren Brussee, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - July 4th, 2009

Axel Merk, Richard Daughty, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - June 27, 2009

Peter Schiff, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - June 20, 2009

Dr. Ron Paul, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - June 13, 2009

Harry S. Dent Jr., Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - June 6, 2009

John Williams, ZGB, Peter Grandich, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - May 30, 2009

Dr. Marc Faber, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - May 23, 2009

Gerald Celente, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - May 16, 2009

Matthew Simmons, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - May 9, 2009

Gerald Celente, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - May 2, 2009

Louis Navellier, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - March 7, 2009

Kal Gronvall, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian -February 14, 2009

Kevin Kerr, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - January 31, 2009

Keith Neumeyer, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - January 24, 2009

Greg McCoach, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian - January 17, 2009

Dr. Leo Kim, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian- January 10, 2009

Doug Casey, Chris Waltzek, Bob Chapman & Robert Ian- January 3, 2009

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