Negative Wealth Effect & Bollinger Bands. Stock Market Discussed By Ben Weinbroer & Brian Engelman.

“Agree To Disagree” host Brian Engelman once again welcomes special guest Ben Weinbroer to discuss:

– Bear markets & the negative wealth effect
– How can Bollinger Bands give us a snapshot into stock history, and what can we glean from studying them?
– Geopolitical considerations relating to oil (Saudi Arabia, Crimea, Russia, Iran, Iraq, China, the U.S.A., etc.)

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Oil Topples, Iran Sanctions Lifted, W/ Geopolitical Analyst Ben Weinbroer & Brian Engelman.

“Agree To Disagree” host Brian Engelman once again welcomes special guest Ben Weinbroer to discuss:

– China’s economy and the new GDP numbers,
– Oil & commodity weaknesses
– Q1 projections,
– How can Bollinger Bands give us a snapshot into stock history, and what can we glean from studying them?
– Useful trade tips to learn,

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Wall St. In Free Fall! Gerald Celente Explains The Panic & Global Recession W/ Host Brian Engelman.

“Agree To Disagree” host Brian Engelman welcomes Gerald Celente to discuss the Wall Street panic that has gripped 2016.

Gerald Celente is the Publisher of The Trends Journal and has earned the reputation as “today’s most trusted name in trends” for accurate & timely forecasts since 1980.

Brian & Gerald discuss:
– Waking up into the new year into a global recession,
– What did we learn from the “Weekend At Bernie’s” economic collapse of 2007?
– What role has the federal reserve and federal government played in creating, continuing, & covering up the true financial health of America?
– How is the low price of oil impacting the markets?
– What should we think about the closing of hundreds of Wal-Marts?
– Can capitalism be blamed for the mess that we are in?
– How do the global financial markets make this crisis different?
– Is it possible that we could see a “bank holiday” on the horizon?

Plus:
– What performance should we expect from commodities?
– Is there any Presidential candidate that would be healthy for our economy?
– In which ways would Gerald suggest that we prepare?

Brian & Gerald discuss all this, & much, much more!

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Stock Market Dynamics, federal reserve Edition. Part 3 of 3. Ben Weinbroer & Brian Engelman Chat.

“Agree To Disagree” host Brian Engelman once again welcomes special guest Ben Weinbroer to discuss ways that we can better understand how the stock market works.

Grab a soft drink, & sit down for some easy to understand financial information & chatter.

Today’s episode covers:
– the federal reserve,
– market volatility,
– high frequency trading,
– a possible interest rate hike,
– historical stock market trends in the month of September
– Kayne West, Kim Kardashian

and much, much more. 🙂

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Stock Market Dynamics & How To Make Sense Of It, Part 2 w/ Ben Weinbroer & Brian Engelman

“Agree To Disagree” host Brian Engelman once again welcomes special guest Ben Weinbroer to discuss ways that we can better understand how the stock market works.

Grab a soft drink, & sit down for some easy to understand financial information & chatter.

& much more:

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Crypto Currency Conversation W/ AltCoinGraphs Founder & CEO Kevin Ostrowski & Host Brian Engelman.

“Agree To Disagree” host Brian Engelman welcomes Kevin Ostrowski, founder & CEO of AltCoinGraphs.com, to discuss the history & future of crypto currency.

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New Political Study Says Average Citizen Has Zero Effect On U.S. Policy:

by: Brian McWilliams

Lions of Liberty

In a revelation that will come as a surprise to very few who are educated enough to know how our current crony capitalist system works, a new study due to come out this fall has found that the average citizen in the United States has virtually zero impact on public policy or those who create it. From The Hill:

The new study, with the jaw-clenching title of “Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens,” is forthcoming in the fall 2014 edition of Perspectives on Politics. Its authors, Martin Gilens of Princeton University and Benjamin Page of Northwestern University, examined survey data on 1,779 national policy issues for which they could gauge the preferences of average citizens, economic elites, mass-based interest groups and business-dominated interest groups. They used statistical methods to determine the influence of each of these four groups on policy outcomes, including both policies that are adopted and rejected.

The analysts found that when controlling for the power of economic elites and organized interest groups, the influence of ordinary Americans registers at a “non-significant, near-zero level.” The analysts further discovered that rich individuals and business-dominated interest groups dominate the policymaking process. The mass-based interest groups had minimal influence compared to the business-based interest groups.

The study also debunks the notion that the policy preferences of business and the rich reflect the views of common citizens. They found to the contrary that such preferences often sharply diverge and when they do, the economic elites and business interests almost always win and the ordinary Americans lose.

This news plays into the hands of liberals, who will decry the rich and the impact of big business on public policy. However, this is a position that begs them to look in the mirror as proponents of big government. The larger and more intrusive government gets… article continues…

Global Debt Exceeds $100 Trillion as Governments Binge

The amount of debt globally has soared more than 40 percent to $100 trillion since the first signs of the financial crisis as governments borrowed to pull their economies out of recession and companies took advantage of record low interest rates, according to the Bank for International Settlements. Read The Full Story From Bloomberg