Financial Sense Newshour Interview today

Thanks to Jim Puplava of the Financial Sense Newshour for having me as a guest this morning on his broadcast. You can hear the 30 min audio clip here on their web site.

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7 Responses to Financial Sense Newshour Interview today

  1. Anonymous says:

    A very fine interview Danielle. Congratulations.
    Mr. Puplava should follow your risk management principles. If he had, he wouldn't be down more than 50% by investing almost solely in metals and energy stocks.

  2. Anonymous says:

    One of your best interviews! Thanks!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Danielle, I enjoyed the interview. What you said was so true about debt reduction and paying off the mortgage. I have a question regarding the bottoming of the market sometime early next year. Which sector do you think will lead the charge up, and how long do you think this up cycle will last? Thanks Danielle.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Technology and financial shares typically lead the recovery, they are early cycle performers. They have been showing some relative strength recently, we are watching to see if it will hold or re-test the lows in the next couple of months.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Great interview. This was the best 30 minutes of audio I have heard all year. This was my first exposure to Danielle's way of thinking, and it was so refreshing to hear an investment professional who told it like it was and cut through all the noise. I can't wait to get the book.
    Thanks, Danielle!

  6. Anonymous says:

    So if stock prices continue higher from here, you would chase the market higher?
    I've never understood the thinking that you don't like the market lower but would be buying if it went higher.
    I like the market lower and would be selling on a meaningful rally just as the herd is embracing the uptrend.
    Once the herd recognizes the uptrend, it probably near exhaustion and ready to reverse.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Excellent interview, best common sense for investing I’ve heard. Found and bookmarked your website. Hope you can add monthly audio/video to your website. Thanks

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