Megatrends with Jim Puplava

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The Solari Report 2014-06-19

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Theme “It’s Time to Put on Your Big Boy Pants”

Money & Markets In Money and Markets, Catherine discusses the Fed’s continuing taper and growth projections. She also discusses liquidity in the bond market.

Hero Our hero this week is Anat Admati.

Ask Catherine Catherine answers questions submitted by subscribers.

Question 1:

It would be great if Franklin could touch on how to success-fully run a family business that employs family members. Thank you!

Question 2:

Dear Catherine and Solari:

With the incredibly high cost of a college education nowadays, it’s great to see Starbucks stepping up and announcing that they’ll be paying for their employees’ college education online at Arizona State University. Employees will be entitled to greatly reduced tui-tion for their first two years, and Starbucks will be paying for their entire final two years at the University.

It will be interesting to see if other universities and corporations begin forming similar alliances.

Question 3:

A number of times you’ve mentioned the concept of spiritual warfare and how it’s changed your approach on how to deal with things. I wonder if you’d be willing to do a Solari report around the idea of spiritual warfare. I would especially be interested in an ex-ploration of the topic that wasn’t specific to a particular religion. Thanks.

Question 4:

Catherine. It would be most welcome if you devoted part of one Solari report to the principle of integrity, personal and professional integrity. Challenges we face in today’s world and why it we must strive to hold to this ideal.

Question 5:

To Ms. Fitts
Just wondering if you read Cathy O’Brian’s “Transformation of America”
Thank you

Question 6:

Hello Catherine,

Have you watched these videos on anti gravity. Has Dr Farrell looked into Vladimir Terzinski’s research on black ops and the UFO issue? Do you have any thoughts on these interviews?

Interview Discussion Catherine discusses her interview with Jim Puplava of Financial Sense.


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“Luck? I don’t know anything about luck. I’ve never banked on it and I’m afraid of people who do. Luck to me is something else: Hard work – and realizing what is opportunity and what isn’t” ~Lucille Ball

By Catherine Austin Fitts

This week on The Solari Report, Jim Puplava, founder and host of the Financial Sense Newshour at Financial Sense,  joins me  for a discussion of “Seven Megatrends that Will Reshape the Next Decade” – a new overview by Jim and his team that echoes many of the themes you heard in our Annual Wrap Up.

Jim is an optimist about America’s future and always does a great job of documenting the case for optimism. As change accelerates, there is a lot of coverage of negatives. If you spend time on Jim’s website, you know that he has researched and given airtime to all of the obstacles and risks ahead. Which is to say, Jim is a realistic optimist who helps us step back, assess, and identify the areas and places which offer opportunity.

One of the megatrends that Jim mentions is the revolution in education. In Let’s Go to the Movies, I invite you to watch the single most popular TED speech ever given, Sir Ken Robinson on creativity and education. It is a delightful reminder of what is possible in a world where education helps people enjoy and develop their creativity.

In Money & Markets this week I will discuss the latest in global politics and financial markets.

Talk to you Thursday!

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