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Tom Cloud, precious metals expert, says gold prices are up $25 this week after news of a low GDP for the last quarter. Also affecting precious metals prices is news from Greece and China.
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On this week’s broadcast, best-selling author G. Edward Griffin explores some of the root causes of America’s decline…
The anger is growing among America’s working poor…
Shanghai stocks are soaring…
Learn what a “short squeeze” is and how to spot one before it happens…
What will happen to gold prices if Greece exits the EU?
U.S. stocks are historically expensive and will eventually return to fair value.
On this week’s broadcast, Jerry Robinson is joined by Bitcoin expert and investor, Trace Mayer, for a major update on the future of Bitcoin.
If America is really interested in battling global terrorism, the best thing it can do is end all manner of support for Saudi Arabia.
Will Washington finally admit the epic failure of its “war on drugs”?
In this special Pro Trader video training, you will learn the same ETFs we use to profit in a bear market.
China stock market fever strikes Wall Street…
For the first time since the 2008 financial crisis, Japan overtakes China as top U.S. debt holder.
We expect to see at least 20% gains for silver in 2015…
On today’s show, economist and FTMDaily.com founder Jerry Robinson breaks down some of the latest underreported news headlines.
Silver prices are “cheap” relative to where they will be a few years from now.
It’s official… China’s state-controlled oil company, PetroChina, is now the world’s largest oil company.
Sales are booming for America’s firearms industry.
In this week’s Precious Metals Market Update, Tom Cloud explains why China will continue to drive gold prices higher.
Commercial property values continue to appreciate amid historically low interest-rate levels.
On today’s broadcast, we provide a major update on the unfolding global economic crisis.
Just as we predicted, Chinese stocks are soaring in 2015.
Friday’s dismal job figures should serve as a wake-up call to all astute investors that the U.S. economy is far weaker than is being reported by the financial media.
The prudence of owning precious metals is more paramount than ever.
Financial media cheerleads U.S. stocks higher as crash increasingly appears imminent.