PODCAST: A Simple Introduction to the Stock Market

A simple introduction to the stock market

A Simple Introduction to the Stock Market
Welcome to this week’s edition of Follow the Money Weekly Radio! In this week’s broadcast, veteran trader Jerry Robinson continues his teaching on ETFs, with an emphasis on sector-based ETF investing.  Also, precious metals expert Tom Cloud reports on the current events impacting the price of gold and silver.> Subscribe on iTunes | Download

Segment 1: Inside the Stock Market

Segment begins at 2:58

In this segment, Jerry provides insight into the functionality of the market and, in particular, sector-based ETFs.  Highlights include:

  • A broad look at the structure of the market
  • The attraction of sector-based investing
  • A convenient list of sector-based ETFs:
    • The Consumer Discretionary Sector (XLY)
    • The Energy Sector (XLE)
    • The Consumer Staples Sector (XLP)
    • The Financial Sector (XLF)
    • The Healthcare Sector (XLV)
    • The Industrials Sector (XLI)
    • The Basic Materials Sector (XLB)
    • The Technology Sector (XLK)
    • The Utilities Sector (XLU)
    • The Real Estate Sector (XLRE)
  • Helpful investing tips from veteran trader Jerry Robinson

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Segment 2: The Precious Metals Market Update

Segment begins at 18:15
Tom Cloud

With over 40 years of market experience, precious metals expert Tom Cloud gives us his perspective of what lies ahead for gold and silver.  Topics include:

  • The eerie calm before the impending storm
  • The ticking time bomb of derivatives
  • The question lingers, "How much gold does China have?"
  • A hard lesson in not taking physical possession...
  • The relevance of this week's expiring futures contracts

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Segment 3: FTMWeekly News

Segment begins at 29:55

Segment 4: How quickly we forget...

Segment begins at 33:45

Jerry reminds us of some of the outrageous accusations that have been hurled between competing presidential candidates during the 2016 election cycle.  He then leaves us to ponder the stark contrast between the Sermon on the Mount and today's evangelical church.

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