Playlist by Michael Campbell's Money TalksMoney Talks tackles everything to do with investing, markets, the economy and your money. How to make it, how to spend it, how to grow it, and how to avoid letting it get away. Well-connected, articul…
Luke Gromen - Interview of the Week
The founder of Forest For The Trees research joins Mike for an in depth discussion of the global markets and the shifting of the international order in the face of both an energy and sovereign debt crisis. Hear how you can protect yourself in the months and years ahead.
September 24th Episode
Jeff Olin of Vision Capital shares some real estate investments that could weather a looming recession, Andrew Ruhland on how to minimize losses and optimize your portfolio recovery, interest rate forecasts every mortgage holder should hear, the Quote of the Week, Shocking Stat and much more.
September 17th Episode
The always controversial, never shy and startlingly prescient Martin Armstrong returns to the show for an extended conversation. The man the Wall Street Journal called "the highest paid financial consultant in the world" makes time for Mike and the MoneyTalks audience in a wide-ranging discussion o…
August 27th Episode
Mike on the "not so grand" Fauci legacy. Solar power advocate Brian Gitt on the facts that pushed him to nuclear. The Taxpayers Federation's Kris Sims shocking Stats of the Week- hint: you paid for it. And the President of Nigeria goes off on the West's energy hypocrites in the Quote of the Week.
August 20th Episode
Mike on the ridiculous world of ESG. Plus over half of Canadians are making this serious financial mistake - you can't afford to be one of them. The Trend Letter on where most analysts have it wrong. Plus the 51st anniversary of the most important financial event in the last 90 years.
August 13th Episode
Mike talks the seeds of revolution. Top analyst James Thorne called the rally - you'll be surprised what he sees coming next. Patrick Ceresna shares a straightforward technique for buying stocks at a 15-20% discount. And a shocking stat details why Dutch farmers are so upset.