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  1. This Week on Bear radio: Cycles and Pre-destination2011/01/26
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  2. This Week on Bear radio: A moment of Minsky2011/01/19
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  3. This Week on Bear radio: Iceland as the model for economic recovery2011/01/12
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  4. This Week on Bear radio: Being rich is a state of mind2011/01/05
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  5. This Week on Bear radio: Bearish predictions for 20112010/12/29
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  6. This Week on Bear radio: Posh neighborhoods beware – the housing bust is heading your way2010/12/22
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  7. This Week on Bear radio: Deflation – You aint seen nothin yet!2010/12/15
    In this episode special guest Jim Mosquera explains how the financial crisis has barely even begun and that massive deflation lies ahead. By explaining how money and credit work Jim outlines what caused the financial crisis and why policy makers are powerless to prevent even greater collapses in asset values. When looking for a bottom in stocks start thinking about returning to 1982.
  8. This Week on Bear radio: The bubble in student loans2010/12/08
    In this episode we talk about how government subsidies have created a bubble in education that is eerily similar to what happened with housing. Prices are rising and unscrupulous lenders are pushing government backed loans for dubious educations. We also ask whether the financial statements of CitiGroup can be trusted.
  9. This Week on Bear radio: The message from Ireland is clear – debt write-downs must be avoid2010/12/01
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  10. This Week on Bear radio: Investment advice for time travellers – hindsight isn’t everything2010/11/24
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  11. This Week on Bear radio: Is perception really reality when it comes to economics?2010/11/17
    In this episode we discuss whether market perceptions of weakness in Ireland (or other nations) can force defaults. We also discuss how Quantitative Easing by the Federal Reserve is already backfiring with rising interest rates and a falling dollar. The show closes with a chat about the re-emergence of debtors prison in the United States.
  12. This Week on Bear radio: The recent Bitcoin bubble and the psychology of jumping back into high risk2010/11/10
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  13. This Week on Bear radio: What does the rise of Republican power in congress mean for the economy?2010/11/03
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  14. This Week on Bear radio: The US health-care dog wagging the tale2010/10/27
    Stories of abuses in the American medical system are egregious, and shockingly easy to find. However, such atrocities of over-billing and fraud are actually a symptom of a deeper problem: the lack of a free market with responsible customers.
  15. This Week on Bear radio: No investment strategy works 100% of the time2010/10/20
    In this episode we discuss how even the best investment strategies, founded on the most exhaustive historical data sets, can still go horribly wrong. No trend lasts forever. Even theoretically reliable seasonal cycles can throw investors for a loop.
  16. This Week on Bear radio: Pick your poison – investing requires taking a stand2010/10/13
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  17. This Week on Bear radio: Currency devaluation as the next magic cure to economic doldrums2010/10/06
    In this episode we talk about the growing popularity for currency devaluations around the world. Japan is just the most recent nation to get on the bandwagon with threats to intervene in currency markets to keep the yen down. Ironically, we discuss how it is strong currencies which often lead to the best outcomes.
  18. This Week on Bear radio: Are renters throwing money away?2010/09/29
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  19. This Week on Bear radio: No idea is too wacky in the bizarro world of central banking these days2010/09/22
    In this episode we suggest some more crazy ideas the Federal Reserve can consider to stimulate the economy. Since central bankers seem so willing to consider absurd policy measures these days we thought we’d help by sharing some doozies. We also talk about what impacts a deeper recession might have on the tech industry, hos spending would change and how which companies would win or lose.
  20. This Week on Bear radio: Deadbeat lending is sweet when someone else guarantees the loan2010/09/15
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  21. This Week on Bear radio: Does perception make reality?2010/09/08
    In this episode we ponder whether perception alone drives economic trends. Special guest, fund manager Chaster Johnson, challenges the Optimistic Bear's view that the financial system bail-outs not only worked but have benefited more than the fat-cat executives at banks.
  22. This Week on Bear radio: What makes a bear market politician?2010/09/01
    In this episode we discuss the attributes of bear market politicians and identify the MOST successful bear market leaders of all times. It takes a different message and personality type to thrive in politics during challenging economic times.
  23. This Week on Bear radio: Greedy civil servants2010/08/25
    In this episode the Optimistic Bear rants about how the public sector employees are now paid MORE than private sector counterparts and that there is no way to save the unfunded civil service pensions.
  24. This Week on Bear radio: 1987 déjà vu and the bubble in Treasuries2010/08/18
    In this episode we discuss how markets are following an eerily similar path to 1987. In addition, we talk about whether the rally in treasuries is going to crack and the growth in the barter economy.
  25. This Week on Bear radio: Neither bull nor bear, just trading the trend2010/08/11
    In this episode Steve tells how his strategy of trading trends allows him to make money in both bull and bear markets. The trick is to have the discipline to stay with a system. Stop listening to the pundits, just follow the trend and adhere to a system.
  26. This Week on Bear radio: Kit Kitredge shows the way with deflationary frugality2010/08/04
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  27. This Week on Bear radio: Gold as antidote to uncertain times2010/07/28
    In this episode Doug Eberhardt explains how gold should be a part of every portfolio, providing safety in both inflation and deflation. Additionally, Doug compares the deflationary experience in Japan to what is happening in the US. Our panelists also discuss how there is no economic theory that adequately explains why nations with increasing money supplies (like Japan) can experience deflation.
  28. This Week on Bear radio: Options expiry shenanigans and summer doldrums2010/07/21
    In this episode we discuss the strange way stocks behave on options expiry weeks and whether real action in the market will have to wait till the fall and the end of the summer doldrums. For good measure, we also talk about how recent finance reform legislation does nothing to prevent future financial panics.
  29. This Week on Bear radio: The view from North Carolina2010/07/14
    In this episode a caller from North Carolina tells us that the economy hasn't hit bottom there, and that from his perspective as a bank loan officer (with national exposure) a double-dip recession is already baked into the cards. We also delve into the profits and pitfalls of tax lien investing.
  30. This Week on Bear radio: Should congress borrow to fund unemployment insurance?2010/07/07
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  31. This Week on Bear radio: Can cosmology, technical indicators, or tea leaves tell market future?2010/06/30
    In this episode we discuss which, if any, techniques are useful for predicting market directions. We talk about everything from cosmology and technical analysis to tea leaves. We also talk about growing problems with underfunded private and public pension plans.
  32. This Week on Bear radio: All about stimulus - can government spending help economies?2010/06/23
    In this episode we discuss stimulus, and whether government spending can jump-start moribund economies. We also explore whether the fact that significant technological advances have resulted from government funding demonstrate a role for the state in economic development.
  33. This Week on Bear radio: Manias, portfolio diversification, and income inequality2010/06/16
    In this episode we discuss what role governments play in bubbles and whether diversified investment portfolios make sense when all asset classes rise and fall at the same time. We also investigate what growing disparities between the wealth of the rich and middle classes say about the economy.
  34. This Week on Bear radio: The bubble in Canada and Isaac Asimov2010/06/09
    In this episode special guest Matt Stiles fills us in on the asset bubble and bullish fever that is raging in Canada. We also talk how Isaac Asimov's fictional idea of scientifically controlling human behaviour is symptomatic of broader desires to manage the economy.
  35. This Week on Bear radio: The money supply and trading systems.2010/06/02
    In this episode we talk about the inevitable failure of any trading system and explore the definition of the "money supply". Panelists give their take on why the money supply is shrinking despite massive government printing of cash.
  36. This Week on Bear radio: Are unions really responsible for government overspending?2010/05/26
    In this episode we talk about unions, and what responsibility they bear for pushing governments into insolvency. There is also in-depth discussion on market technical indicators, and what they portend for trends in the near term.
  37. This Week on Bear radio: The Euro end-game, and China as leading indicator2010/05/19
    In this episode we discuss the possible end-game of the Euro, the future of interest rates, and examine how eerily the Shanghai stock exchange has been a leading indicator for the US markets in the last few years.
  38. This Week on Bear radio: Did the pan-European bail-out news cause the rally?2010/05/12
    The Optimistic Bear, and guests, ask if this week's market rally was caused by the pan-European bail-out announced over the week-end, and whether the markets have turned the corner. The frequent "coincidence" of market news and stock moves is revealed.
  39. This Week on Bear radio: is the sovereign debt crisis over?2010/05/05
    In this episode, the Optimistic Bear and guests discus sovereign debt. With all the problems in Greece, and Europe, prudent investors are wondering if purchasing bonds of nation states makes sense anymore. Are US T-bills, or German bunds safe?
  40. This Week on Bear radio: Who needs the ratings agencies anyway?2010/04/28
    In this show, the Optimistic Bear (and friends) discusses the role ratings agencies play in finance, and whether their judgments hold any value for investors.
  41. This Week on Bear radio: The case against Goldman Sachs2010/04/21
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  42. This Week on Bear radio: Could anyone have foreseen the financial crisis?2010/04/14
    Elliott, Jeremy and the Optimistic bear wonder if the claims to have been blind-sided by the financial crisis by pillars of the financial community, like Greenspan and ex Washington Mutual executives, can be taken at face value. Frequent caller Ray Pepper updates us on the growing number of defaulting homeowners who stay in their homes when the lenders are unable to produce the note.
  43. This Week on Bear radio: Impacts of a Chinese currency revaluation, and balance of trade nonsense2010/04/07
    In this episode Elliott and Jeremy ponder if a floating Chinese currency would really behave as experts expect. We also talk about how misleading the balance of trade statistics really are.
  44. This Week on Bear radio: The euro has an anniversary and the stock rally has bears in retreat2010/03/31
    In this episode regular contributor Elliott and the Optimistic Bear celebrate the Euro's 10th anniversary and discuss whether the markets are actually secretly manipulated, and controlled, by mysterious people in smoke filled rooms.
  45. This Week on Bear radio: A Primer on Inflation and Deflation & Health Care gone Mad2010/03/24
    In this episode regular contributor Jeremy and the Optimistic Bear demystify what inflation and deflation really are, and reluctantly come to the conclusion that Canada's health care system may actually be better than America's.
  46. This Week on Bear radio: Will smaller banks make the economy safer?2010/03/17
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  47. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2010/03/10
    This week our regular pundit Jeremy discusses the Q ratio and Robert Shiller's bearish economic prognosis. We also chat with Washington state real-estate investor Ray Pepper about his views on the still treacherous property markets, and shares some ideas on how investors can still make a buck.
  48. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2010/03/03
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  49. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2010/02/24
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  50. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2010/02/17
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  51. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2010/02/10
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  52. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2010/02/03
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  53. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2010/01/27
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  54. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2010/01/20
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  55. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2010/01/13
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  56. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2010/01/06
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  57. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2009/12/30
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  58. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2009/12/23
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  59. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2009/12/16
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  60. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2009/12/09
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests. Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices? Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  61. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2009/12/02
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests.

    Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices?

    Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  62. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2009/11/25
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests.

    Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices?

    Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  63. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2009/11/18
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests.

    Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices?

    Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
  64. Weekly Economics and Finance round-up2009/11/11
    The Optimistic Bear discusses the week's economic and financial news with his guests.

    Is deflation or inflation up ahead? Has the economy turned the corner? What is going to happen to real-estate, commodities, stocks, or gold prices?

    Tune in to hear a deeper understanding of why things happen in the economy, and what it really means to you or your business.
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