Month: August 2011

August 28, 2011 Month: August 2011

Precious Metals Market Update – August 27, 2011

In this week’s Precious Metals Market Update segment, precious metals advisor Tom Cloud will be here to help us sort out the madness in the financial markets.

August 27, 2011 Month: August 2011

The Four Rules of Investing (And Why You Should Focus on Cash Flow)

On this week’s program, with the Middle East tensions aflame, riots in the streets of Europe, and the destruction of liberties here at home, its enough to make you wonder where things are heading in the short term. On the program, we have one of the world’s foremost trend forecasters here to break it all down for us. In this week’s special guest interview, I welcome Gerald Celente. Gerald and I will discuss current events as well as what to expect in the days ahead.

August 24, 2011 Month: August 2011

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August 20, 2011 Month: August 2011

FTMWeekly Financial Radio Show – Preparing For Hyperinflation

On this week’s program, stock prices get hammered again this week as investors fear that global recession lies straight ahead. What do you need to know to weather the next bout of this continuing economic storm? In this week’s special guest interview, popular wealth manager, Puru Saxena provides you with solid investment ideas that you can use right now to prepare for the coming hyperinflation in the United States.

Also, while stocks have been going down, gold prices have been exploding to the upside. Precious metals advisor, Tom Cloud, is here to help you take advantage of the exciting action in the precious metals markets. Tom will discuss gold, silver, and palladium in this week’s Precious Metals Market Update.

But first, we begin the program with Jerry’s strategies for diversifying your savings with foreign currencies, gold, and silver as he continues his series on how you can achieve lasting financial security by using our very own Five Levels of Financial Freedom. If you are looking for practical financial strategies, you have found the right place.

Month: August 2011

Precious Metals Market Update – August 20, 2011

In this week’s Precious Metals Market Update segment, precious metals advisor Tom Cloud will be here to help us sort out the madness in the financial markets.

August 13, 2011 Month: August 2011

No FTMWeekly Radio Show This Week

Due to Jerry’s travel schedule, our regular FTMWeekly Radio broadcast has been pre-empted this week.

Jerry will return next Saturday, August 20th.

August 10, 2011 Month: August 2011

Gold Soars to Record Above $1,800 As Stocks Fall Hard

It is another embarrassing day for those who claim that gold is bad investment, or in a “bubble.” Gold soars to record above $1,800 as stocks fall hard.

Month: August 2011

Oil Prices Rise On Lower Than Expected Supplies

Crude oil prices rose on Wednesday after a government report showed that U.S. oil inventories shrank more than expected last week and a new report forecast strong global demand. There’s lots of volatility in oil prices.

August 7, 2011 Month: August 2011

Weekend Roundup: A Brief Update on the U.S. Downgrade

While I am on the road this weekend, I am keeping a close eye on the unfolding drama in the global economy. After the S&P’s decision to downgrade America’s credit rating, things are certain to get interesting this week.

Month: August 2011

Greenspan: No U.S. Default Because ‘We Can Always Print Money’

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan on Sunday ruled out the chance of a US default following S&P’s decision to downgrade America’s credit rating because the U.S. “can always print money.”

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Month: August 2011

Precious Metals Market Update – August 6, 2011

In this week’s Precious Metals Market Update segment, precious metals advisor Tom Cloud will be here to help us sort out the madness in the financial markets.

August 6, 2011 Month: August 2011

FTMWeekly Radio: How to Build a Financial Fortress

On this week’s program, panic grips the global financial markets as investors fear that the worst may be far from over. It was a roller coaster ride in the world stock markets this week, as all three of the major U.S. stock indices suffered their worst week in over two years. In Segment One, I’ll provide my commentary and I will also be joined by Precious Metals Advisor, Tom Cloud. Tom will be here for this week’s Precious Metals Market Update.

Then, in Segment Two, in response to many listeners who have been expressing concern over the economy, I will continue my discussion of the financial solutions that we have created here at FTMDaily.com called the Five Levels of Financial Freedom. This week, I will delve into Level Two which is all about asset, income, and life protection. If you want practical financial strategies, do not miss this segment. Here, Jerry Robinson discusses Level Two of our Five Levels of Financial Freedom. Jerry gives 3 defensive financial strategies to protect your finances and explains how to build a financial fortress.

August 5, 2011 Month: August 2011

U.S. Braces for Possible S&P Downgrade

Editor’s Note: As stocks see their worst week in almost two years, the rating agency Standard & Poor’s may be getting ready to downgrade the credit rating of the United States government. This is no surprise to us. In fact, two days ago, the U.S. public debt shot up over 100% of GDP, according to a news story from AFP. This puts the U.S. in the same category as nations like Japan, Greece, Italy and Ireland, to name a few. Also, Moody’s announced that the U.S. needed to lower the debt-to-GDP ratio to 73% by 2015 in order to ensure the sustainability of the AAA credit status.
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August 2, 2011 Month: August 2011

$2.4 Trillion: The Largest Debt-Limit Increase in U.S. History

Editor’s Note: The debt compromise which passed the House on Monday evening with a vote of 269-161 is the largest debt-limit increase in U.S. history. In essence, the Federal government just got a blank check. This is no surprise given our current economic state. Despite months of pushing the “Recovery is here” propaganda, even the most crafty of politicians cannot hide the real economic truth from the American people. The ship is sinking and everyone is beginning to notice. With this new debt deal, Washington has at least given itself enough breathing room to glide through the 2012 Presidential election year. The can has been kicked down the road yet again. Really tough decisions lie ahead. It will come in the name of “sacrifice.” It will take the form of higher inflation, slashed spending, and finally gargantuan tax hikes. As I have been saying for years, you must prepare. You have no choice. Don’t fall for the mainstream media’s “blame game.” Right now, it does not matter who is to blame. Wake up from the “Conservative-Liberal” deception. When the Titanic is sinking, the first thing you do is grab your life boat. There will be a time for sorting out the details and placing blame later. The unprepared will remained focused on the politics of the matter. The informed will spend their valuable time preparing their financial gameplans. Its time to turn down the noise and get busy creating a plan.
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August 1, 2011 Month: August 2011

Visualizing the U.S. National Debt: Debt Stacked in $100 Bills

This weekend, I ran across this unique presentation that attempts to visualize the U.S. National Debt through stacks of $100 bills.

Month: August 2011

Money As Debt – A Full Length Documentary

Friends, you often hear me talk about the fact that America has a debt-based monetary system. But what exactly does that mean? Watch this video to see how money is debt.

Month: August 2011

“Last-Minute” U.S. Debt Deal – What to Expect Now

What a surprise! After the mainstream media forced you to watch hours upon hours of coverage on the staged debt ceiling “crisis,” Washington somehow found a way to save their own hides, and pull off a “last-minute” debt deal.
Here’s what to expect now…