Interview with Financial Sense 3-03-11

March 3, 2011 at 1:23 pm
Contributed by: Chris

I appeared on the Financial Sense with Jim Pupalava program this week, to discuss the upheaval in the Mideast;  Saudi Arabia’s ability to offset lost oil production from Libya; the decline of global oil exports; the ongoing problem of energy illiteracy in America; how the Fed and US policymakers are mired in denial and have backed themselves into a corner on food and energy; how 2011 is shaping up as a replay of 2008; the structural change in the global oil markets and oil prices; “American exceptionalism”; and the importance of hedging your investments against rising oil prices and a falling dollar.

You can download the show (20 mins) here: RealPlayer | WinAmpWindows Media | MP3

1 Comment

  1. Nice interview!

    I especially agree with your statements that we as American are especially illiterate and exceptionally in denial.

    Comment by Gail Tverberg — March 3, 2011 @ 9:34 pm

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