Month: October 2010

October 25, 2010 Month: October 2010

What Jerry Thinks: ‘Big Brother’ is Watching

A story was published this week out of London in the Telegraph that was entitled: “Every Email and Website to be stored.” The report details the plans of the British government to record and store every email, every phone call, and every website visit of every British citizen who uses a telephone or the internet.

Month: October 2010

This Week’s Financial Strategy – How to Protect Your Greatest Asset

If I were to ask you, What is your greatest asset?  Most people would say their home or their 401(k) or their IRA.  The truth is, during a person’s working years their greatest asset is their ability to earn an income.  So today I would like to focus on the importance of disability income insurance.

October 22, 2010 Month: October 2010

How to Ditch Your Cube and Be Your Own Boss

Subscribe to our RSS Feed and get the FTM Weekly Radio Show delivered each week. Subscribe to FTMWeekly through iTunes. How To Ditch Your Cube and Be Your Own Boss On this week’s program, FTM Weekly host Jerry Robinson gives his weekly wrap of the top global news, his weekly market report, and gently reminds […]

October 20, 2010 Month: October 2010

Recent Market Volatility Provides Buying Golden Opportunities

On Tuesday, the U.S. stock market suffered its worst day in two months. The recent volatility in the market continues to breed uncertainty among sheepish investors who are still in capital preservation mode.

Month: October 2010

Get Ready for Big Inflation

Most of you are aware that there has been little improvement in the over all economic outlook… The official unemployment rate has risen from 5% at the beginning of the recession in December 2007 to 9.6% in September 2010.

Month: October 2010

How to Beat Wall Street Without Selling Your Soul: An Introduction to Faith-Based Investing

If you are interested in learning more about investing in the the markets while keeping your faith and values intact, then this webinar is for you. In this special 90 minute online presentation, economist and author Jerry Robinson is joined by Certified Financial Planner, Jay Peroni to discuss the concept of faith-based investing.

October 16, 2010 Month: October 2010

FTMWeekly Financial Radio Show: An Interview with Steve Forbes

This Week’s Topic: How Capitalism Will Save Us. This week’s special guest interview: Steve Forbes. Follow the Money Weekly Radio is a financial radio show about the stock markets, commodities, energy investing, the global financial crisis, how to prepare for the coming hyperinflation, where to invest money, how to buy gold, how to buy silver, saving money, finding a financial advisor, and paying off debt. Hosted by economist and best-selling author, Jerry Robinson. For the best in financial news, listen to the Follow the Money Weekly Financial Radio Show.

Month: October 2010

This Week’s Financial Strategy – Planning for Long Term Care – Part 2

Hi Jerry. Last week we talked about how Medicare works when dealing with long term care needs.  What we discovered is that Medicare will only pay if you have first, spent at least three days in the hospital and then secondly, go to a skilled nursing facility. 

October 15, 2010 Month: October 2010

FTMQuarterly Newsletter – Fall 2010 Issue (PDF)

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October 12, 2010 Month: October 2010

What Jerry Thinks: The Global Currency Wars

In essence, what we are witnessing right now is a new global war. Its not a physical war involving lead bullets and military might. Instead, it is a global economic war in which nations are firing financial bullets at their own currencies.

October 9, 2010 Month: October 2010

Confessions of an Economic Hitman | An Interview with John Perkins

Confessions of an Economic Hitman | An Interview with John Perkins

FTMWeekly Radio Show with Jerry Robinson - Segment 1

 Jerry Robinson begins this week's program with a market recap and a look at the international currency war that has been heating up over the last few weeks.

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 Tom Cloud joins Jerry for a discussion on the recent rally in gold and silver prices along with some other important news of the week in this week's Precious Metals Market UpdateTom also gives his thoughts on what next week may hold for gold and silver prices.

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FTMWeekly Radio Show with Jerry Robinson - Segment 2

  Confessions of an Economic Hit Man | An Interview with John PerkinsIn Segment Two, Jerry is joined by New York Times best-selling author and former "economic hitman", John Perkins. Perkins is author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man and Hoodwinked. Both books explore how corporate greed has been at the core of the global economic crisis.

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FTMWeekly Radio Show with Jerry Robinson - Segment 3  In our final segment, Jerry provides a few final thoughts. Then its time for this week's Financial Strategies segment with Retirement Specialist, John Bearss. This week, John discusses the importance of long term care planning


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Month: October 2010

This Week’s Financial Strategy – Planning for Long Term Care

by John Bearss Transcript Hi Jerry. Today, I would like to focus on one of the 5 building blocks to a good financial plan that you have been teaching for sometime now and that is Building Block number 2 – protection of the assets that God entrusted to us. Let me ask you a question, […]

October 4, 2010 Month: October 2010

What Jerry Thinks: On Ron Paul and Ending the Federal Reserve

This week, U.S. Congressman Ron Paul continued his tireless campaign to end the Federal Reserve. On Thursday, Dr. Paul was interviewed over at the Fox Business Network.

October 3, 2010 Month: October 2010

The Importance of Life Insurance

Don’t leave your heirs with legal and tax problems that could have been avoided.