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[SUBSCRIBER VIDEO] Market Conditions – 7/28/14

In this brief “subscribers-only” video, Jerry Robinson shares his latest thoughts on the S&P 500, gold, the silver price fixing scheme, and current margin debt levels in the U.S. financial markets.

Market Observations – 7/21/14

In this brief 15 minute “subscribers-only” video, Jerry Robinson shares his latest thoughts on the S&P 500, gold, silver, plus a brand new trading idea.

The Coming False Peace with Iran

While hopes of renewed diplomacy between the U.S. and Iran are emerging, the religious ideologies on both sides will remain insurmountable obstacles to a lasting peace.

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Pentagon: Let’s Send $2 Billion of Weapons to Iraq

As if the Middle East is not already awash in U.S., Chinese, and Russian armaments, the military-industrial complex has sought Congressional permission to send another $2 billion in arms to war-torn Iraq.

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Why the U.S. Owes the World a Big Apology

The latest allegations of transatlantic espionage conducted by the U.S. against its European “allies” have placed President Barack Obama and the U.S. State Department in the global hot seat.

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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.

Swing Trading Amid Global Turmoil

For those who are new to swing trading, right now is an interesting time amid the global volatility. I typically hold a stock for at least three days.

How the Government (Really) Works

How does the government work? Forget the top 1%… We are talking about “the top 1% of the top 1%” that really pull the strings in this country. Learn more here.

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Who Rules America? A Breakdown of Wealth in the U.S. House and Senate

Now, as a student of Austrian economics and as a firm believer in the free markets, I am not opposed at all to leveraging one’s talents and abilities to increase wealth. However, doesn’t it seem that our modern day “public servants” may be getting the better end of the deal? After all, they are sent to Washington with a mandate to promote the will of the people. However, America’s politicians often end up serving the wishes of their corporate masters as well as other special interest groups.

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Peter Schiff Takes the Crazed Occupy Wall Streeters to School

Economist and author Peter Schiff recently braved a stroll through the loony mob (affectionately referred to as the “Occupy Wall Street” movement by the mainstream media) currently inhabiting Lower Manhattan. He was armed with a video camera and a microphone. There is no need for further comment. Just watch the video for yourself.
There is no need for further comment. Just watch the video for yourself.

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FTM Weekend Roundup – October 8, 2011

After beginning the fourth quarter near bear market territory, the major U.S. stock indexes staged a rally this week on news that Europe would step in to help its ailing banking sector along with some better than expected economic data in the U.S.

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“Last-Minute” U.S. Debt Deal – What to Expect Now

What a surprise! After the mainstream media forced you to watch hours upon hours of coverage on the staged debt ceiling “crisis,” Washington somehow found a way to save their own hides, and pull off a “last-minute” debt deal.
Here’s what to expect now…