In 1995, Dr. Chris Kacher operated one of the first Internet-based stock advisory services. He then went on to generate triple digit percentage returns for six years in a row during the 1995-2000 period before moving to cash for most of the 2000-2002 bear market, one of the worst in history. From 1996-2001, Dr. Kacher served as chief research analyst for William O'Neil + Company, the New York Stock Exchange member firm, institutional research provider, and publisher of Investor's Business Daily newspaper. During this period, William O'Neil hand-picked Dr. Kacher to manage a portion of the firm's proprietary capital, whereupon Dr. Kacher became a top internal portfolio manager at the company.
Researcher Neil Slade discussed the part of the brain called the amygdala, which controls anti-anxiety, anti-fear, and your advanced positive emotions. He detailed how the amygdala acts as a veritable mental switch that can create beneficial and/or negative reactions, shared techniques for activating one's own amygdala, and reflected on the man who served as his mentor in learning about this remarkable part of the brain. In the first hour, stock trader Chris Kacher talked about the nuclear crisis in Japan and the misconceptions surrounding the dangers of nuclear power. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the show, economist Catherine Austin Fitts joined George in the LA studio to discuss our critical juncture in the economy. Third hour guest, stock trader Chris Kacher shared some of his trading techniques which he based on William O'Neil's methodology of looking at a company's fundamentals as well as the "technicals" (chart patterns of their stock). Last hour guest, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren talked about the lore of headless horsemen, and various ghost cases that involved horses. ... More »Host: George Noory