Catherine Austin Fitts is the Founder and President of Solari. She served as Managing Director and Member of the Board of Directors of the Wall Street investment bank, Dillon, Read & Co., Inc. She also served as Assistant Secretary of Housing/Federal Housing Commissioner at HUD in the first Bush Administration and was the President and Founder of Hamilton Securities Group, Inc.
Catherine has a BA from the University of Pennsylvania, an MBA from the Wharton School, and studied Chinese at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She publishes a column, Mapping the Real Deal, in Scoop Media in New Zealand.
In the first half, financial advisor Catherine Austin Fitts joined George in the studio to discuss the outlook for the US and world economies, and what the economy will look like under the next American president.
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Financial adviser Catherine Austin Fitts discussed cash management, where to stash your money, how to find a good bank, and other ways to keep your funds safe. Catherine also covered the latest on online currencies, Bitcoin, and the future of money in the U.S. In the second half, Robert... More »
In the first half of the show, author and investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts discussed the current state of the economy in terms of the unstable stock market, plunging oil prices, debt, as well as the how the political landscape in this election year relates to fluctuations. Open Lines were featured in the latter half of the show.... More »
In the first half, author and investment advisor, Catherine Austin Fitts, shared her unique perspective on how to navigate the opportunities and risks in the global financial system and political economy.
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In the first half, investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts joined George Noory in-studio to discuss the current state of the U.S. economy and what individuals can do to navigate these turbulent financial times.
In the first half, investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts appeared in studio, for a discussion about the top financial trends impacting Americans. She noted that after decades, interest rates are beginning to trickle upward, which could affect mortgages, credit cards, and the bond market.
Investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts offered analysis and commentary regarding the current 'fiscal cliff' that the United States is facing. If Congress doesn't act, the Bush era tax cuts, and the payroll tax decrease will end on January 1st, possibly sending the US economy into a tailspin.
Astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium, Neil deGrasse Tyson, discussed how we can get back on track to become a space-faring society once again, and what we stand to lose if NASA doesn't regain its ground as a force for innovation.
The first half of the show dealt with the economy and Pres. Obama's just announced jobs plan. In the first hour, investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts noted it was unclear where the money would come from to pay for the jobs program. 2nd Hour guest, chief investment officer Damon... More »
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed matter-eating black holes & growing galaxies, sightings of dragonfly-shaped drones and ET contacts in Alabama, and cold fusion as an energy solution for the future.
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In the latter half of the show, author Whitley Strieber spoke about climate change and extreme weather. We're seeing a "climactic oscillation, which is a shifting back and forth of extreme heat to extreme cold," he said.
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... More »
In the first half of the show, investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts talked about the economy, jobs, and sustainable living. In the latter half, investigative mythologist William Henry discussed symbolic aspects of Egypt, Easter, and 2012.
Investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts spoke about the financial outlook. During the first half-hour, Robert Piccioni, Ph.D. argued against the notion that the development of life happened by chance.
Appearing during the middle two hours of the show, scientist, radio host, and social critic, Dr. Michael Bennett aka Dr. Future, talked about the coming problems humanity faces, as well as his inventions, and Biblical interpretations. By 2020, we could be dealing with serious food and fuel shortages, as the population... More »
Three surprise guests made their way through the "Secret Door" to speak with George Noory. First up was ghostbuster Mary-Ann Winkowski who talked about how she guides the deceased out of the earthly plane. Investigative mythologist More »
UFO researchers Ryan & Bob Wood discussed specific details they uncovered in leaked government documents about alien craft and ETs. They have examined a Special Operations Manual (SOM) from 1954, and found it to be authentic based on... More »
Mellen-Thomas Benedict, one of the most studied near-death experiencers in the world, told of knowledge he's accrued from being on the other side. Since his 1982 near-death experience in which he was without vital signs for 90 minutes, and left his body, he's been able to access the "light" every day.
On what would've been Elvis Presley's 74th birthday, author R. Gary Patterson was joined by two Elvis experts, Patrick Lacy (2nd hour) and Cory Cooper (3rd hour) for a conversation about everything Elvis. First hour guest, financial advisor Catherine Austin Fitts offered analysis on Obama's stimulus package.
Art Bell was joined by financial advisor Catherine Austin Fitts for a discussion on fraud and the economy. Financial fraud is tied into the black budget-- "the local narcotics trade is financing Tony Soprano, who's financing James Bond," she quipped. Offering her analysis of the recent fraud case involving Bernie Madoff siphoning off $50 billion, she suggested that he couldn't... More »
Researcher Steve Quayle discussed the world's escalating flash points and his new work on giants. Regarding the multiple areas of growing tension in today's society, Quayle said, "I think a lot of the people who have been living in denial now have to...
Appearing for the first three hours, financial advisor Catherine Austin Fitts discussed the economic crisis and possible solutions. $4 trillion has been pulled out of the economy, she said, and the big mystery is where did it go? At the core, we've experienced a financial coup d'etat-- assets have been stripped out of communities in order to make people more dependent on Washington and... More »
In a special 5-hour show (starting one hour earlier)George Noory welcomed a variety of analysts, who shared their reactions to the election, as well as economic issues. During the first two hours, columnist John Curtis co-hosted the show. He and George spoke with several reporters from some of C2C's affiliate stations, who gave local perspectives on the election. Obama's victory will help... More »
Investment adviser Catherine Austin Fitts was joined by financial commentators Bill Murphy (2nd hour) and Andy Gause (3rd hour) to discuss the current state of the economy, bailouts, and how fraud and manipulation are at the root of our financial turmoil. We've been draining value out of the real economy, and the proposed bailout will just funnel investments into propping up the bubble,... More »
Engineer & Egyptologist Robert Bauval discussed his research into the alignment of the Giza pyramids, and his theories about the Sphinx. Studying aerial photos of the Giza Plateau he saw that the three pyramids were lined up on a diagonal, with the smallest one offset to the left. An Egyptian dynasty text referred to a King that wanted to travel to the star Sirius. Bauval later... More »
Author, storyteller, & ordained Anglican priest Lionel Fanthorpe shared mysteries of time and time travel, and also discussed the practices of Voodoo and Santeria. Time is not completely understood, but gravity may be the link that unlocks its secrets, he said. With upcoming discoveries at CERN, 2008 could become the "year zero" for time travelers in the future to return to... More »
In a special program looking at issues surrounding oil & the economy,trends analyst Gerald Celente appeared for the full show. He was joined by investment advisorCatherine Austin Fitts in the third hour, and oil expertMatt Savinar in the last hour. The dollar has lost 41% of its value during the Bush administration, and we're going to see company failures so big they won't be able to be... More »
Historian Michael D'Antonio discussed his new book A Ball, a Dog and a Monkey, which chronicles the rollicking start of the space race between the United States and Soviet Union.The first artificial satellite to be put into space was Sputnik 1 by the Soviet Union in October 1957. D'Antonio said people of the time claimed they could see the basketball-sized spacecraft as it orbited the... More »
In a 4-hour special on America's economic problems, Rollye James spoke separately with four financial experts. First up was author and radio host Andre Eggelletion who discussed problems with the Federal Reserve and its historical background. The Fed has lost some of its ability to control the money supply, and Alan Greenspan (former Chairman of the Reserve Board) left a record foreign... More »
Ian welcomed investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts for a wide-ranging conversation that included a discussion of aliens, the black budget, 'pump and dump' economics and the devaluation of the U.S. dollar.
Making her debut on Coast, Catherine Austin Fitts of the Solari investment group, used her business and financial expertise to outline how some govt. agencies have siphoned trillions of dollars into black budgets. A staggering $4 trillion has been taken from the federal government, she declared, tracing the problem back to the 1940's when laws were first passed to give intelligence agencies... More »