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Why 2012 May Be the Best Time to Invest in Natural Gas

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Why 2012 May Be the Best Time to Invest in Natural Gas | FTMWeekly Radio

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Why 2012 May Be the Best Time to Invest in Natural Gas

…Plus, How High Will Gold Prices Go in 2012?  

FTMWeekly Radio Show with Jerry Robinson - Segment 1

 As the United States federal government spends an historic amount of money in the month of March, what can you do to protect your financial future? On this week's program, Jerry Robinson and co-host Jennifer Robinson discuss ways you can diversify your income to protect yourself from the economic calamity in this nation. Also on the program, how close is QE3, and what will it mean for your investments? Jerry discusses three key factors you can watch that will likely trigger a Fed announcement of QE3.

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Will the price of gold reach $2,000 by the end of 2012? Tom Cloud brings his analysis on gold prices and when may be a good time to buy. Tom will also discuss some important updates on diamond investing in this week's Precious Metals Market Update. If you would like a free consultation on buying gold and silver, or for a free review of your precious metals portfolio, call Tom Cloud at (800) 247-2812

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FTMWeekly Radio Show with Jerry Robinson - Segment 2

  In Segment 2, Jerry discusses why 2012 may be the best time to invest in natural gas. As the price of natural gas has been beaten down to under $2 this year, Jerry sees this commodity going up in response to growing demand and decreasing supply. Jerry shares his analysis, as well as provides 5 long-term investment ideas for profiting from the eventual rise in natural gas.

Also is Segment 2, Jerry discusses an exciting opportunity for you to join us on a two-week Mediterranean Cruise in the fall of 2012. Destinations during the cruise include Rome, Greece, Egypt, and Israel, and while on the ship, you will hear dynamic speakers on the topic of the economy and finances. If you are interested in joining Jerry, Jennifer, and Tom Cloud on this once-in-a-lifetime trip, you can call (800) 977-2177 or download a free brochure here

Then, Jay Peroni, CFP, discusses an important advisor-client dynamic in this week's Investing Insight.

 

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FTMWeekly Radio Show with Jerry Robinson - Segment 3

  In our final segment, Jerry answers your questions in this weeks Listener Mailbag. The topics include gold and silver investing in Australia and the idea of opening a bank account denominated in Chinese currency RMB.

 

If you have a question that you would like Jerry to answer on the air, call (800) 609-5530 or email info@ftmdaily.com.

 

Finally, we conclude with the Retirement Minute with John Bearss. This week John discusses four reasons why a single person should consider buying life insurance

 

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Your Host: Jerry Robinson

(Economist, Best-Selling Author)

Jerry Robinson is an economist, published author, columnist, radio talk show host, and international conference speaker. Robinson has been quoted as an economic authority by USA Today, FoxNews and many other news agencies. His columns have appeared regularly in numerous print and web publications, including WorldNetDaily, Townhall, and FinancialSense. In addition, Robinson is also the Editor-in-Chief of the popular economic newsletter, Follow the Money Quarterly. He resides in Texas with his beautiful wife, Jennifer.

Jennifer Robinson is a financial analyst with experience in corporate finance and the financial services industry. Jennifer is the co-host of Follow the Money Weekly radio, a show dedicated to exposing the truth about money and the economy. Jennifer is also a contributing writer to the quarterly economic forecasting newsletter, Follow the Money Quarterly. She has written on a wide variety topics, including diversification of savings, stock option trading, and emergency preparation. Jennifer is currently the National Director for the Christian Financial Advisor Network and is the Vice President of FTMDaily.com. She holds a Master's Degree in Finance and enjoys operating businesses with her husband and business partner, Jerry Robinson.

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. For more information about Precious Metals Investing, click here.

The Retirement Minute with John Bearss

John Bearss, Retirement Specialist (Christian Financial Advisor Network) 

John R. Bearss is a Retirement Specialist with the Christian Financial Advisor Network. He has been successfully helping clients nearing retirement generate lifetime income streams for 25 years.

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