Segment 1: Volatility is Not Your Greatest Risk SEGMENT BEGINS AT 00:37 It really doesn’t matter where you look – sharp market losses abound right now. Economist and best-selling author Jerry Robinson dives into the wild markets and offers a positive view...
Red and Blue and Broke All Over: Restoring America's Free Economy
…Plus, Jerry Shares His Personal Real Estate Investing Strategy
Jerry Robinson begins this week's program with a compelling commentary on the growing student loan debt crisis and an update on the U.S. housing market. Student loan debt has recently topped $1 trillion for the first time ever. What does that mean to the economy and in particular, the U.S. housing market? Jerry and co-host Jennifer will explore this question and will share with you their personal real estate investing strategy.
Tom Cloud is out of the country this week, but will return next week for a detailed update on Precious Metals, including gold, silver, and palladium.
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In Segment Two, Jerry welcomes back New York Times best-selling author, Charles Goyette. Charles will be here to talk about the dollar endgame and the crumbling state of the U.S. economy. Charles will also share his solution to revive American prosperity: a return to liberty.
Jerry discusses Charles Goyette's new book entitled Red and Blue and Broke All Over. In the book, Goyette explains how the growth of federal power and its costly warfare and welfare spending are bankrupting America and strangling our prosperity. Charles explains this in detail, as well as offers hope for the return to American prosperity.
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Then, Jay Peroni, CFP, discusses the potential benefits of investing in REITs in this week's Investing Insight.
Finally, we conclude with the Retirement Minute with John Bearss. This week John discusses one of the biggest mistakes people make on the road to early retirement: underestimating inflation.