On today’s broadcast, Jerry Robinson is joined by two financial experts to discuss long-term gold investing in an age of monetary corruption.
In this special 1 hour online presentation with Jerry Robinson and Tom Cloud, learn what’s happening in the precious metals markets including gold, silver, palladium, and platinum.
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Unless the fundamental issue of a private banking cartel lending currency into existence -with interest- is addressed, political bluster about solving our looming debt and currency crisis is exactly that- bluster.
“You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.”
The big banks are insolvent, and while another dose of money printing may delay the reckoning, it will ultimately make the problem worse.
Welcome to this week’s edition of Follow the Money Weekly Radio! In this week’s broadcast, Christian economist Jerry Robinson shares five riveting reasons why physical gold is an important part of his portfolio in 2016. Also, Tom Cloud has the latest news on the precious metals markets.
In a world of unprecedented monetary madness, nuclear armed superpowers engaged in proxy wars to control world energy flows and a general populace primed for increased civil unrest, the wisdom of owning physical gold and silver has never been more timely.
How much longer will the world continue to save and transact in U.S. dollars as animosity towards America mounts?
There is a simple four-letter word that summarizes why all of the promises made by federal and state governments simply cannot be kept: MATH.
The metals appear to be finding a floor, after a dismal jobs report on Friday led to the market realizing what most of us here have been expecting all along; no rate hike until at least December.
The idea is simple: own things that are going up, not sideways or down, even if they are ridiculously undervalued as these mining stocks were (and are!).
Meanwhile, the Turkish president suggests the abandoning of the U.S. dollar in bilateral trade between Turkey and Russia.
…if just a small fraction of “big money” capital flows into gold, the price could surge.
Price and volume indicate the presence of big money participation in gold, silver and the mining stocks.
Will the massive rally in gold and silver continue? Get important insights into the current gold and silver markets with Jerry Robinson and Tom Cloud on this month’s webinar. For a limited time, you can watch for free here.
This week, precious metals advisor Tom Cloud explains how insurmountable global debt and inflationary pressures are impacting precious metals prices. Also, it’s time to prepare for supply issues with precious metals.
The potential surge in industrial demand for platinum should Donald Trump enter the White House could give platinum investors a boost.
Tensions with Saudi Arabia spell potential disaster for the U.S. dollar, and historically gold soars when the dollar loses value.
The big banks are preparing to feast upon the richest nations… including the bankrupt U.S.
Popular economist Jim Rickards asserts that a time will come, sooner rather than later, when there will be panic buying of gold, and only big players will be able to buy any gold at all.
The U.S. Mint projects first quarter Silver Eagle sales of 15 million, the highest ever. Tom Cloud explains how this and other key factors are impacting the price of silver.
A historically high ratio can often spell a major uptick in the price of silver, as seen in this gold silver ratio graph. Also, listen as Tom Cloud explains what this ratio means for the average investor.
A popular gold ETF has temporarily suspended new share issuance due to surging demand for gold. Tom Cloud explains how this and other key factors are bullish for gold.
Exclusive Interview: Jerry Robinson is joined by David Morgan, an expert and veteran investor in the silver market, to discuss the recent breakout in silver prices and David’s new business venture.
The last time the Gold-Silver Ratio rose above 80, the price of silver broke out over $47 (and the ratio fell to 35:1). Tom Cloud explains how this key technical factor is very bullish for silver investors.
With more pension plan woes developing and a continued zero interest-rate policy, more investors will begin seeking safe-haven assets, including gold. Tom Cloud discusses how these events will impact precious metals prices.
This week, Tom Cloud discusses the benefits of getting your precious metals holdings out of the U.S. banking system and creating your own physically-backed precious metals “ETF”.
This week, Tom Cloud provides an important update on precious metals.
This week, Tom Cloud explains why this year could bring greater than normal risks for investors, but could also provide better than average returns.
Tom Cloud, precious metals expert, explains how the interest rate hike this week should provide a golden opportunity for buyers of precious metals.
Tom Cloud, precious metals expert, explains how possible interest rate hikes in the near future may keep gold prices investor-friendly.
Tom Cloud, precious metals expert, explains how a rising dollar is causing precious metals prices to dip again.
Tom Cloud, precious metals expert, says that big names in the precious metals business are predicting big jumps in gold and silver prices between now and March 2016.
Tom Cloud, precious metals expert, explains how gold prices continue to be flat, sitting on the 200 day moving average.
Tom Cloud, precious metals expert, says gold is up significantly since the first of September and could possibly go even higher this quarter.
Gold prices just broke above a key resistance level. Is this the beginning of a new rally or just another fakeout?
Tom Cloud, precious metals expert, explains how recent world events have played into the rising silver prices.
Meanwhile, the gold-to-silver ratio is doing something very interesting.
Tom Cloud, precious metals expert, shares four reasons why gold prices may go up in October, as they have historically ended the month in the black.