Chris and Erin leave Australia to buy and renovate a house near Boston.
while it may have been the pro-independence “Yes” campaign that provided the media with the visuals and hype for this fiercely contested campaign, it was the “No” voters who held the heart of Scotland. Erin weighs in.
Erin sits down with Arnold Kling to discuss mortgage finance, particularly mortgage fraud. After the break, Erin speaks with Dr. Ron Paul to talk about the Fed hiking rates and the state of the U.S. economy.
Erin sits down with Jim Rickards to discuss Europe and China. After the break, Erin speaks with Marshall Auerback, to continue the discussion on Europe.
Erin and Janet Tavakoli discuss derivatives, fraud, and big bank bailouts. Then, Erin speaks to Yanis Varoufakis about Europe’s economic woes.
Erin is joined by Melissa Bell, executive editor at Vox, to discuss how the Internet has changed the media. After the break, Erin talks to former U.S. congressman Dr. Ron Paul to talk the Fed, ISIS, and if Rand Paul will run for president!
Adventurous couple, James and Erin, has been living in Anchorage for the past decade. Now that their son, Owen, is older they're looking to make the remote outpost of Talkeetna a full time home.
Erin is joined by Nomi Prins, author of “All the President’s Bankers” and senior fellow at Demos, to talk about bank fraud and corporate culture. Prins takes on numerous sticky issues from MF Global to Bernie Madoff to Sarbanes-Oxley.
Erin speaks with Ken Silverstein, author of “The Secret World of Oil,” to talk about the relation between the oil industry and war. After the break, Erin is joined by Steve Hochberg to discuss how markets move in discernible wave patterns.
Erin is joined by Janet Tavakoli, founder and president of Tavakoli Structured Finance, to talk about derivatives and structured products. Then, Erin speaks with Marin Katusa of Casey Reserach to discuss oil and alternative energy.
Erin talks to Yanis Varoufakis, author and economics professor at the University of Texas, about the European economy and its problems. Then she speaks with John Brynjolfsson, CIO of Armored Wolf, about the ECB, US housing market, and Fed policy.
Erin sits down with Nomi Prins to talk about the current state of the US financial system. After the break, Erin talks with Richard Heinberg what he calls the “bubble” behind the fracking boom.
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