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‘Best Of’ Podcast: Trade with the ‘Smart’ Money

July 13, 2017


In this special "best of" broadcast, we dip into the podcast archives to listen to Jerry Robinson outline our proprietary SmartScore Ranking System, created to identify which stocks are capturing the "smart" money. Later, a highly illuminating interview with American businessman and best-selling author Robert Kyosaki.

Show Notes

Segment 1: From the Archives: Are You SmartScore Savvy?
Segment begins at 01:10

'Best Of' Podcast: Trade with the Smart Money

“Smart” investors (e.g., institutions and corporate insiders) often tend to be ahead of the curve and can definitely drive the trend. Veteran trend researcher, Jerry Robinson, spent many years developing the SmartScore Ranking System, designed to reveal where the “smart” money is flowing in the stock market. In this ‘best of’ replay segment, he unveils SmartScore’s seven key criteria:

1) New Institutional buying
2) Existing Institutional buying
3) High profitability (Net Income)
4) High/Stable Earnings per Share (EPS)
5) Low Total Liabilities
6) Strong Corporate Insider buying
7) High Quarterly EPS Estimates

With a current focus on Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs) and gold and silver mining stocks, Jerry shares some SmartScore’s top rankings for August 2016 in this segment replay. (Note: These rankings may not still be current.) For continued access to current SmartScore rankings, become a member here. Members get access to these ongoing “smart” money rankings each weekend in our Weekend Briefing. Download a free issue of the Weekend Briefing.

Recommended Links
PODCAST: How To Follow The “Smart” Money
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PODCAST: A Father’s Lessons For Life And Investing
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Segment 2: An Interview with Robert Kyosaki
Segment begins at 19:30

In this segment, Jerry interviews best-selling author and the founder of the Rich Dad Company, Robert Kiyosaki. In his book, Second Chance: for Your Money, Your Life and Our World, Robert challenges America’s cultural economic/financial mindset, as he endeavors to “plant seeds of wisdom into young minds.” Topics include:

  • First and foremost: Money is debt!
  • The powerhouse of phantom cash flow
  • The tax system is based upon incentives
  • The tremendous lack of financial education in schools
  • Why it’s crucial to reconstruct our mindset about money
  • “The rich don’t work for money”
  • The indispensable value of a mentor who is successful
  • The critical importance of continual personal education

Recommended Links
Money As Debt – A Full Length Documentary
Second Chance: for Your Money, Your Life and Our World by Robert T. Kyosaki
Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! by Robert T. Kyosaki
Preparing for the Collapse of the Petrodollar System
The Creature from Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve by G. Edward Griffin
The Great Deformation: The Corruption of Capitalism in America by David A. Stockman
The Dollar Crisis: Causes, Consequences, Cures by Richard Duncan
Five Levels Of Financial Freedom
Find A Christian Financial Advisor

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Segment 3: The Final Word with Jerry Robinson
Segment begins at 43:35

Jerry closes out today’s show with two thought-provoking quotes: One from Christian Theologian C.S. Lewis, and the other from the eternally-relevant Word of God.

Recommended Links
Quote by C. S. Lewis
The Holy Bible – Proverb 27:5


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