(Recorded on 03/02/21) Topics covered on this video coaching call In this special video presentation, trading coach Jerry Robinson provides his general market comments, shares several charts, and answers your trading and investing questions. Included in this video:...
Segment 1: America's Ticking Debt BombSegment begins at 01:27
- The rapidly growing political weakness in Washington
- The US has the largest military in history, yet recently admitted defeat
- 70% of the federal debt will mature in 5-6 years and will be refinanced at higher interest rates
- By 2025, the US will spend more on interest than on all nondefense discretionary programs combined
- The U.S. Treasury is set to issue twice as much debt in 2018 as it did in 2017
- If the economy is so good, why isn’t the national debt going down?
- Neither party in Washington has a plan to pay off the national debt
- A rising China is patiently waiting in the wings to take the reins
- There are four ways to solve America’s debt crisis…
- You must have a financial plan!
- Learn how to trend trade stocks and how to create an online income
Segment 2: An Interview with Jerry RobinsonSegment begins at 41:19
In this segment, we switch things up a bit with a snippet from a recent interview with our host Jerry Robinson by another podcast called Crush the Street. Jerry is asked how trend trading can be profitable amid the America’s economic decline.
- Approach the market with an agnostic point of view
- Listen to the market… it will tell you current expectations
- Look for an environment with a lot of movement, in a confirmed trend
- Two investment opportunities today that could soar in the future
- The timeless wisdom of gold investing
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Segment 3: The Final WordSegment begins at 59:59
Jerry closes out today’s show with a haunting spiritual truth. Although the Bible does not call debt a sin, it does tell us the dismal consequence – if the unprecedented borrowing in Washington does not stop, it is sure to face a bitter, humbling yoke.