(Recorded on 01/19/21) Topics covered on this video coaching call America has once again, in recent months, reminded the world of its state of terminal economic and political decline. In this special video presentation, trading coach Jerry Robinson shares how you can...
Segment 1: A Date with Saudi ArabiaSegment begins at 02:27
In this segment, Jerry dissects the Republican and corporate media lack of enthusiasm over the JASTA victory for families of 9/11 victims, as well as the many troubling – and unprecedented – trends developing on the horizon. Highlights include:
- First lawsuit filed against Saudi Arabia by widow of 9/11 victim
- Does this portend the end of the petrodollar system?
- What is your definition of terrorism?
- Will JASTA serve to disincentivize acts of terror?
- The black-gold(en) era of U.S.-Saudi relations
- IMF: Global debt at record-breaking $152 TRILLION
- Collapse of U.S.-Russian dialogue regarding Syria
Bankruptcy of Our Nation by Jerry Robinson
Preparing for the Collapse of the Petrodollar System
Segment 2: The Precious Metals "Paper Caper"Segment begins at 26:33
Jerry and precious metals expert Tom Cloud explore the reasons behind the sudden selloff in gold and silver earlier this week, and Tom offers time-tested words of wisdom to owners and non-owners of precious metals right now.
- The recent volatility in gold and silver prices: what really happened
- Is the nightmare of FDIC bail-ins in our future?
- The unlikelihood of an interest rate hike
- China: Redback currently 12% of SDR pie
- Russian ruble rising…
- Why has the IMF allowed China’s gold holdings to remain a mystery?
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Segment 3: FTMWeekly NewsSegment begins at 45:33
- Investor Bill Gross pessimistic on effect of money printing (News.Markets)
- Resistance to Globalization (Bloomberg)
- Mukasey calls for repeal of JASTA (Arab News)
- Comey’s financial dealings raise more questions (Breitbart)
- Blackrock cutting ETF fees (Bloomberg)