Published: October 20, 2010
Recent James Dines Interview
By John McCormick
If you already know who James Dines is, you are probably either very rich or really dumb.
Listen to this interview and check on his record. He would sound crazy if you hadn't followed his advice over the years and learned that he is almost always correct.
It is rare that he is interviewed because he sells a newsletter rather than some stock fund so he doesn't make a living by giving away stock picks - he also reports that he stopped doing interviews on some financial programs when they wouldn't let him explain why housing was in a bubble - that was about 6 years ago - well before the housing market crash.
Have a listen to this interview
Sure, he is selling his newsletter, but that doesn't make him wrong.
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