by Jerry Robinson, FTMDaily.com Editor-in-Chief PERSPECTIVES – 3/31/13: Happy Resurrection Day!
On this week’s show, Jerry discusses the BRICS Summit 2013 and the economic challenge it presents to the West. Special guest: Bill Gertz (Washington Times)
We give you the facts from the IRS, PLUS 6 benefits of participating in your 401k plan at work.
Washington Times reporter, Bill Gertz, tells FTMDaily that there’s more to China’s drone program than meets the eye.
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by Jerry Robinson, FTMDaily.com Editor-in-Chief PERSPECTIVES – 3/28/13: I have been busy doing radio interviews across the country today regarding the events unfolding in the BRICS nations. (BRICS= Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) These emerging nations just held their 5th Annual BRICS Summit in Durban, South Africa.
by Jerry Robinson, FTMDaily.com Editor-in-Chief PERSPECTIVES – 3/26/13: North Korea has interesting timing. It is provoking an all-out nuclear confrontation with the U.S. just as the West is attempting to launch a military campaign against Syria.
If only we had more war propaganda from the highest levels of government we could be cured of this war-weariness.
With new Chinese President Xi Jinping’s recent visit to the Kremlin, China and Russia relations are tightening. Should the West be concerned?
by Jerry Robinson, FTMDaily.com Editor-in-Chief PERSPECTIVES – 3/25/13: The Federal government is tightening its noose around the American people at warp speed. The Feds plan on putting over 10,000 drones over all fifty states by 2020. And the Department of Homeland Security just placed another large order for ammunition: 360,000 hollow point bullets.
On this week’s show, Jerry provides his listeners with a broad update on economic and geopolitical events. Special guest: Dr. Paul Cleveland
If your goal is to accumulate money for a grandchild (or a child), both options are good, but let’s look at the pros and cons of each strategy.
Neither party’s budget reduces spending…
The debate over the federal budget and even the battle over the Federal Reserve are ultimately arguments over symptoms rather than the cause.
On this week’s show, Jerry reports on the rising stock markets, new attacks on your financial privacy, and his thoughts on this week’s events at the Vatican.
At least we are safe from those evil “terrorists.” Right?
Is it possible to achieve both of these goals in today’s economic environment?
BUY ALERT: Tom Cloud gives six reasons why its time to buy platinum bullion now.
Who knew the average American could be so wrong about money and the distribution of wealth?
The good doctor reminds us that the growth of executive power is a threat to liberty.
Growth of executive power is a threat to liberty. Fortunately, Congress can restrain the executive simply by exercising its constitutional powers.
Jerry, I really need some extra cash right for family expenses and would like to know how to borrow from 401k. I have exhausted my emergency savings and need to tap into my 401k without making a dumb mistake.
On this week’s show, Jerry explains how the money printing by global central banks is driving stock prices higher, leading to a “wealth effect.” Plus, an interview with Tom Cloud.
It seems the global embrace of quantitative easing is finally beginning to work its magic. But central banks do not appear willing to turn off the printing presses.
When it comes to your financial plan, it is important to understand the difference between “Qualified” money and “Non Qualified” money.
Jerry, I am a new investor and am trying to figure out what is the best stock to invest in?
On today’s weekly conference call, Jay Peroni and I discussed some of the latest trading activity with the P.A.C.E. Investment Portfolio.
Despite the alarm over cuts that are not real cuts, it is clear that the US government is not serious at all about changing its ways.
On this week’s program Jerry Robinson discusses foreign currencies with Axel Merk, corporate governance with Nell Minow, and explains the global conflicts that threaten the financial order.
Geopolitical tensions have created a growing number of current global conflicts that threaten the existing global financial order.
When dealing with a volatile market, sometimes the most difficult challenge is to manage your emotions.