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PODCAST: Is It Too Late To Invest in U.S. Stocks?

October 5, 2017


As U.S. stock prices soar higher in 2017 under President Trump, we examine the reasons behind the ongoing uptrend and why stock prices could still climb much higher before the next inevitable collapse. And in this week’s trading tip, Jerry shares six rules for identifying and selecting successful growth stocks to trade and invest in. Later, Tom Cloud provides an update for precious metals investors and Christian Financial Advisor Mike Mitchell shares five basics for establishing a sound retirement plan.

Show Notes

Segment 1: Is it Too Late to Invest in U.S. Stocks? (with Jerry Robinson)
Segment begins at 00:54

Christian economist and best-selling author Jerry Robinson discusses major factors driving the stampeding bull market that began when Donald Trump was elected as the 45th President of the U.S. eleven months ago.

  • President Trump, the billionaire’s advocate with a cabinet of Wall Street titans
  • The accelerating deregulatory trend under the Trump Administration
  • Trump’s proposed tax reform
  • $1 trillion devoted to infrastructure
  • A ‘tax holiday’ to repatriate trillions of offshore U.S. dollars
  • Déjà Vu: Banks are loosening their lending standards (as in 2008)
  • Where will money flow when next collapse occurs?

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Segment 2: Precious Metals Market Update with Tom Cloud
Segment begins at

Tom Cloud

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

  • The gold standard cryptos are fast approaching
  • Game Changer: China’s negotiations with the House of Saud
  • Why China and Russia are buying gold so quickly
  • Knock knock, Fort Knox… what’s there?
  • The disturbing dilemma of Puerto Rican debt holders
  • FREE DOWNLOAD: Precious Metals Investor Kit


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Segment 3: Six Rules for Identifying Solid Growth Stocks
Segment begins at 28:25

Veteran investor/teacher-at-heart Jerry Robinson reveals the following six criteria he personally uses to determine which growth stocks offer solid potential for increased trading profits.

  1. At least 20-25% accelerating growth in earnings for at least the last 3 years
  2. At least 20-25% accelerating growth in sales for at least the last 3 years
  3. A return on equity (ROE) of at least 15%
  4. A commitment to innovation
  5. A strong and growing amount of institutional ownership
  6. Always use a stop loss order!

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Segment 4: Five Basic Steps Towards a Sound Retirement
Segment begins at 33:45

Christian financial advisor Mike Mitchell offers an expert voice of wisdom in making proper decisions for sound retirement. This week, he answers the question: “What’s important when it comes to establishing a good retirement plan?”

  1. Create a plan!
  2. Eliminate debt before retirement
  3. Create a realistic budget (and stick to it!)
  4. Stay productive
  5. Take it slow

Call Mike Mitchell Toll-Free at 833-370-0777 With Your Retirement Questions

Call 833-370-0777 to speak directly with Mike Mitchell about how you can experience a sound retirement.

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