Month: April 2012

April 28, 2012 Month: April 2012

Why You Can’t Rely On Social Security For Retirement

On this week’s program Jerry Robinson and co-host Jennifer Robinson talk about why you can’t rely on Social Security for retirement and the new 2033 Crisis.

April 21, 2012 Month: April 2012

Why Diamonds May Be The Ultimate Crisis Investment

On this week’s program, Jerry Robinson and Tom Cloud discuss diamond investing at length. The possibility of a new diamond-backed ETF could signal a great buying opportunity. Also, the demand and supply conditions are lining up to make 2012 a tremendous year for diamond prices. Here to weigh in is veteran precious metals advisor, and diamond expert, Tom Cloud.

Month: April 2012

16 Reasons Why Diamonds May Be The Ultimate Crisis Investment

Want to protect your money from inflation? Gold and silver are good. But so are diamonds.

April 19, 2012 Month: April 2012

The Case for Investing in Natural Gas

With prices currently below $2 and demand growing, U.S. natural gas prices will eventually stabilize at a much higher equilibrium price.

Month: April 2012

Apple, Google, and the New Tech Boom

Like most financial newsletters, we get a lot of questions about stocks like Apple (Ticker: AAPL) and Google (Ticker: GOOG). And for good reason. Shares of these two companies have been red-hot recently, making a lot of money for many investors.

Month: April 2012

Where Your 2011 Federal Tax Dollars Went

The Federal Income Tax deadline was two days ago (April 17), so I hope you filed on time or filed an extension to avoid those penalties. As you wrote that check to the IRS, did you happen to ask yourself, where is this money going?

Month: April 2012

Thoughts on Warren Buffett’s Recent European Shopping Spree

Here’s what you need to know about Warren’s Buffett’s recent shopping spree in Europe. The eight European stocks that Warren Buffett bought are…

Month: April 2012

A Unique Strategy To Give To Your Heirs And To Charity

A common estate planning dilemma is deciding whether to leave your assets to charity, to your heirs, or both.

Month: April 2012

What’s Worse… A Slowdown in China, or More of the Same?

If China’s consumption rate of commodities continues growing at the same rate that it has for the last 10 years, this is what 2020 would look like…

Month: April 2012

Bankrupting America: The Latest Shocking Numbers

Here’s a round up of the some of the latest shocking numbers detailing the continuing bankruptcy of our nation.

Month: April 2012

Is The Time Right For The Fed To Begin QE3?

Now that the giddy effects caused by two enormous rounds of Quantitative Easing and an Operation Twist are starting to wear off for the credit-addicted Wall Street crowd, the question on every investors mind is: When will the Fed announce QE3?

Month: April 2012

Politicians Who Can Add…

The suddenly cost-conscious (read: election year) Republicans on the Senate Budget Committee recently whipped out their calculators to compare the debt levels in the Eurozone to the current U.S. national debt.

April 14, 2012 Month: April 2012

Why 2012 May Be the Best Time to Invest in Natural Gas

As the price of natural gas has been beaten down to under $2 this year, host Jerry Robinson sees this commodity going up in response to growing demand and decreasing supply. Jerry shares his analysis, as well as provides 5 long-term investment ideas for profiting from the eventual rise in natural gas.

Month: April 2012

Why a Single Person Needs Life Insurance

Single people with no children often don’t need life insurance because no one is relying on their income. But there are some reasons why you might need life insurance if you’re single.

April 7, 2012 Month: April 2012

Is A New Global Gold Standard Coming?

Is the world moving closer towards a new gold standard? Tom Cloud, Precious Metals Advisor, has the answer to this question, as well as the latest updates on gold, silver, and palladium in this week’s Precious Metals Market Update.

Month: April 2012

The Help You Need to Retire Early

An all too common retirement planning mistake is going it alone. This usually results in missed investment opportunities, sloppy planning, and lax savings schedules. Enlisting the help of a financial planner is a smart move at any age to avoid retirement planning pitfalls.