The Harry Browne Investment Show Archives
This area contains all of Harry Browne’s originally archived investment radio shows. Gaps in the dates are shows that are missing or were perhaps repeated from the previous week when Harry Browne was not available.
Please enjoy browsing the directory of shows. It’s best to listen to them in chronological order and they are all very much worth your time:
There is also a complete compressed archive of them here:
About The Investment Radio Show
From 2004-2005 Harry Browne had a once a week radio show where he went over his investment philosophy and strategy called the “Permanent Portfolio”. In addition to explaining why he used his strategy, he also discussed many other areas relating to finance and free-market economics. During the end of the show cycle, Harry Browne had his long time colleague and publisher, John Chandler, join him on the air.
These shows are full of timeless advice but make little reference to the market happenings of the day. As a result, the information in them is just as valid now as when they were first recorded. Most importantly, Harry Browne had a strong grasp of economic history and understood that uncertainty in the markets is the norm, not the exception, so you better have an investment strategy to deal with it.
If you want a portfolio allocation strategy that is simple and secure then I encourage you to read more about the Permanent Portfolio here:
IMPORTANT NOTE: I host Harry Browne’s investment shows as they have a lot of solid investment advice. However, this does not mean I support everything he said politically. In particular, his Libertarian open borders immigration position is completely wrong and I do not support it in the slightest. Open borders and mass immigration is bad for America and bad for all Western countries and should be stopped. I’m not here to debate this point. This is my own conclusion based on real-world experience and exposure.
I respect much of what Harry Browne had to say, but I am not Harry Browne and disagree with him on some significant issues. His political views do not necessarily reflect what I believe.