Next Stop: Global Recession or Economic Depression?
…Plus, our weekly wrap-up of the stock market and a precious metals update
On this week’s Follow the Money podcast, Jerry Robinson, along with co-host Jennifer Robinson, discuss the latest economic news. Topics include: The June unemployment numbers, a negative manufacturing report, and a look at the global economy.
The global economy appears to be slowing. So what’s next? A global recession or an economic depression? Jerry shares some practical information to help you make sense of this tough economy.
Then, we are joined by Tom Cloud to discuss the latest events impacting gold and silver prices in this week’s Precious Metals Market Update. Gold and silver prices have been depressed over the last few months by the stronger U.S. dollar. How much longer will the dollar remain strong? Listen as Tom Cloud explains.
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Later, Certified Financial Planner Jay Peroni checks in to provide us with a summary of this week’s action on Wall Street in our CFAN Weekly Market Report. He also shares how he is helping his clients protect their investment portfolios in this tough market.
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Finally, Jerry and Jennifer open the listener mailbag to answer your financial questions on the air. This week, we tackle questions about the connection between Obamacare and a potential 401(k) confiscation, rental real estate investing, and the wisdom of investing in gold junior mining stocks.
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