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The PIIGS Are Getting Hungary

June 5, 2010

On this week’s program, Jerry Robinson gives his insights concerning the widening European Debt Crisis, the BP Oil Spill, along with an in-depth look at the other most important headlines of the week.

Our special guest interview is with Paul Nolte, CFA (Dearborn Partners, Managing Director). Mr. Nolte provides his market outlook for equities for the next several months.

And finally, precious metals expert, Tom Cloud, gives his “Precious Metals Market Update.”

Jerry Robinson interviews financial analyst, Paul Nolte, on Follow the Money Weekly RadioSpecial Guest Interview: Overview of Cycles and Dow Theory with Tim Wood, CPA

Paul Nolte, Chartered Financial Analyst
Dearborn Partners, Managing Director

Paul Nolte, CFA holds a BS from Illinois Wesleyan University and an MBA from DePaul University. As a Chartered Financial Analyst, he has served as Senior Portfolio Manager with National City Bank of Warren, PA and Banc One of Chicago, IL. Currently, Mr. Nolte is Managing Director of Dearborn Partners of Chicago, Illinois. He has been quoted in Barron’s and Chicago Tribune.

Precious Metals Market Update

Tom Cloud, Precious Metals Expert
(Turamali, Inc., President)

Thomas Cloud is the Chairman of the Board of Turamali, Inc. and has a long and successful advisory track record in both financial planning and tangible assets. His expertise as an financial counselor and thorough knowledge of the products he recommends has attracted an impressive list of individuals and major institutions from across the United States. Since 1977, Mr. Cloud has devoted his attention to all areas of tangible asset investing offering a “hands on” approach to each and every Turamali, Inc. client..

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