Robert Chapman is the editor and publisher of the International Forecaster, a publication that covers business, finance, economics, and social and political issues all over the world. Mr. Chapman has spent 45 years in the finance and investment business, 28 of which were as a stockbroker, specializing in gold and silver shares. For a number of years he owned his own brokerage firm.
Mr. Chapman attended Northeastern University and spent several years in counterintelligence with the US government. He has made a number of very important predictions and is probably one of the most unpopular people in Washington, DC, as he spares no one in government who is not doing what they should be doing.
Ufologist Timothy Green Beckley discussed his contention that UFOs/aliens are not extraterrestrial, but intelligently controlled phantoms from terrestrial or interdimensional sources, and are often associated with negative forces. First hour guest, editor and publisher of International Forecaster, Bob Chapman, talked about the economy. ... More »Host: George Noory
Ian Punnett welcomed experts in finance and the economy, including Gerald Celente, Joseph Meyer, Catherine Austin Fitts, and Robert Chapman, to discuss the outlook in 2010 for markets, commodities, and the U.S. Dollar. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Executive Director of the world renowned Monroe Institute, Paul Rademacher discussed the Institute’s exploration of human consciousness, and various mystical experiences including OBEs, traveling to other dimensions, and interacting with those who have passed away. In the fourth hour, editor and publisher of International Forecaster, Robert Chapman, talked about the latest developments in the economy as well as what may be coming in the future. ... More »Host: George Noory
Editor and publisher of International Forecaster, Bob Chapman, discussed the economic crisis, how brokerage firms such as Goldman Sachs played a part in fueling the collapse, and where he sees the economy heading into the future. During the first hour, author R. Gary Patterson reacted to the stories emerging in the wake of Michael Jackson's death. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Editor and publisher of International Forecaster, Robert Chapman, shared his bleak financial predictions. The global elite, pushing for a "one world government" are "deliberately destroying the American economy," he said, and he believes they are accelerating their timetable because more people are becoming aware of their agenda. Chapman foresees the real estate market taking a severe downturn, with housing on the average being worth 35% less than its current value. While the Dow may be manipulated into rising to 13,000 t0 14,000 before the election (to help the incumbent), within a year it will drop down to around 7,000 and could eventually sink as low as 3,000, he said. The time frame for this severe depression is around 2006-2007, he noted. He advised people to get rid of debt, and to get out of the stock market before the election. Safe investments he mentioned were in Euro-based treasury paper and gold and silver. ... More »Host: George Noory