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When the housing bubble burst back in 2008 I was still trading equity options on the American Stock Exchange.

At the time I was stunned, and found it odd how almost no one had seen it coming.

Yet when I started reading about the investors who had forecast the crisis and ... more


Is Federal Reserve Losing Control Of Interest Rates
In recent weeks the rhetoric between president Donald Trump and the Federal Reserve has escalated. The Fed has been raising rates, yet as is often the case, the politicians don’t like the effect that has on the economy.
Is Cash In The Bank Riskier Than Gold?
Many market analysts often talk about the risks of owning assets like precious metals. Yet few ever discuss the true risks of holding cash in the bank.
Interest Rate Holds The Key To Stock Bubble
With the stock bubble teetering on collapse Greg Mannarino joined me on “Inside the Markets” to explain what investors should be watching and why the interest rates are so important.
Alex Newman – Does Trump Really Know That The Stock Market Is A Bubble
President Donald Trump talked about the stock market being a bubble while campaigning. Yet now that he’s in office he doesn’t want the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates.
Joe Mazumda: What To Look For When Investing In Mining Stocks
With many precious metals investors looking for ways to make money while bullion prices are low, Joe Mazumdar of Exploration Insights joined Chris Marcus on "Inside the Markets" to share what he looks for when investing in mining stocks.
Michael Noonan: How The Debt Bubbles Will Be Resolved
Michael talks about the complex dynamics between the IMF, China, and Russia. How that will play out in the gold and silver markets. And whether he thinks a financial reset is on the way.




Chris Marcus
keith_neumeyer I bought call options on $AG yesterday:) more
Chris Marcus
How do you construct a #portfolio that will survive the collapse of the U.S. debt bubble? more
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Is The U.S. Debt Actually $222 Trillion?!
Stunning interview with economist Laurence Kotlikoff who calculates that if the U.S. government actually followed its own accounting rules that the debt is actually $222 trillion (as opposed to the publicly stated $21 trillion that most believe)!

Work Experience

Arcadia Economics
April 2012 - Present (6 years 11 months)
Options Trader
Susquehanna International Group
June 2005 - February 2012 (6 years 10 months)


Wharton School of Business
2003 / 2005
Rutgers University
Bachelor of Science
1997 / 2001