Hi Everyone. I wanted to pass along this link for Richard Martin's radio show. He has a radio show on the Progressive Radio Network.about the economy and investing, etc. I find it very cutting edge and informative. I found out about the subprime mortgages fiasco months and months before it happened from Richard. He is Oxford ecucated and sought after by many financial companies for his expertise, however, he prefers to offer his services to help people.
Monday, Jan. 5th show was about why he is emigrating from the USA to Singapore in a few months, and why he thinks immigrating to an Asian country is a good idea in light of where the economy is heading. Jan 8th show was more of a Q&A of general questions about investments, etc. His views definitely parallel that of Chris Martenson and I thought it was a worthwhile resource to pass onto everyone.All my best!
Thanks for the heads-up. I've been listening to Richard Martin's archives, and it's some of the best information I've found.
Thanks for the tip.
This is really intelligent and powerful stuff.
You're very welcome, I'm glad you like the content.
I love this show, thank you for the tip.
I have been getting a "bandwidth exceeded error" everytime I try to download his podcast this week. I've had no luck with Google trying to diagnose the problem. It looks to me like too many people have been downloading the podcast and RIchard may need to increase his ISP plan.
Is anyone else seeing this problem? If not, can you provide the link you are using.
Yes, I'm having the same problem. I emailed prn and got a response saying the problem should be resolved in the next day or two. Wouldn't hurt to email Richard Martin as well, I would think - firstname.lastname@example.org.
thanks for responding
glad to know the problem is not on my end
I just exchanged emails with Richard Martin. He said they were aware of the problem and are working on it. He did not say when it would be fixed. I offered to make a donation if that would help but he did not take me up on my offer.
Interesting. Thanks for the update!
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