Richard Maybury and Michael Oliver return as guests on this week's radio program.
Historian and free-market advocate Richard Maybury helps us assess the stage of America's decline as a global power through the discussion of topics like the following: "What Trump does not know about his foreign enemies," "Is Donald Trump's trade war against China leading to a shooting war?" "A new, but unrecognized global emergency," "A new oil crisis and how you may profit from it," "Japan's risk of invasion from its neighbors," "The coming internet disaster," and "An assessment of monetary velocity and what that might mean for the cost of staying alive."
Stepping away from these theoretical topics, Michael Oliver provides a current snapshot of markets which is helpful in knowing whether to buy, sell or hold various asset groups. Your host also comments on some of his favorite gold and silver stocks.
Richard J. Maybury is the publisher of U.S. & World Early Warning Report for Investors. He has written several entry-level, common sense books on United States economics, law, and history. His writing style is mostly in an epistolary form, usually as an uncle writing to his nephew, answering questions. Maybury had taught economics in high school. Failing to find a book with a clear explanation of economics, he wrote one himself. Some of his books include Uncle Eric Talks About Personal, Career & Financial Security - a book that is basically the foundation for his other books about the model perspective; Higher Law, Whatever Happened to Penny Candy? - a book that explains the history of the United States economic model and how it was based on free-market Austrian economics; and Whatever Happened to Justice? - about his naturalist philosophical viewpoints regarding the foundations of America's legal system, British Common Law, the law of the Franks, and early Christian Ireland.
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 1980s 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 provide soft dollar research to Wachovia. Within a year Oliver shifted from brokerage to full-time technical research. MSA has provided its proprietary technical research services to financial and asset management clients continually since 1992. Oliver is the author of The New Libertarianism.