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In this week’s episode, Jerry leads us into Level Four of his Five Levels of Financial Freedom. It’s all about investing!
Level 3 is all about building and diversifying your savings. Savers make better investors, so it is vital that you do not skip Level 3 in order to rush into the “fun part” of investing.
Part Two is all about “protection.” Asset, income, and life protection. Before we construct our financial castle, we first need to build our ‘moat.’
The time to become financial prepared has never been greater than in 2014. Let’s talk about how YOU can become financially free.
On this week’s show, Jerry Robinson discusses how the Internet revolutionized his businesses and how Internet-currency Bitcoin may lead to an even greater demand for gold and silver.
If human beings will fight each other in a line to purchase a piece of plastic and metal, then imagine what they would do if they feared for their lives?
FTMDaily’s formula for becoming debt-free fast.
The sad state of America is that the majority of families have only three streams of income. Even worse is that the average retiree has only two income streams. Further, many Americans are reliant upon the government for part or all of their income and benefits.
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If our country were suddenly thrown into a state of chaos, do you have an escape plan?
There are many good reasons to buy life insurance, but the reason you are buying it will help you determine whether you should buy term insurance or permanent life insurance and also how much life insurance you should have.
EXCLUSIVE! Jerry reveals the 22 income streams that you can create both now and in retirement. Plus, Tom Cloud shares a shocking revelation in the gold market.
The ‘secret’ lies in our simple three-step process.
This isn’t your grandfather’s economy. You need to know how to adapt and grab the bull by the horns in order to thrive today.
U.S. Stocks remain in an uptrend. Here is a quick look at the technicals of some of the major indices and commodities.
Will vs living trust? It all depends on what you are trying to accomplish.
This is the one legal document everyone over 18 should have.
Many adults do not understand why setting up a will should be a priority for them. I will help clear up this confusion with 4 reasons to get a will now.
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Is it possible to achieve both of these goals in today’s economic environment?
On today’s weekly conference call, Jay Peroni and I discussed some of the latest trading activity with the P.A.C.E. Investment Portfolio.
On this week’s show, Jerry and Jennifer Robinson share three unique ways to increase your savings while John Bearss shows how anyone can create a lifetime income.
Here are five key things you should know when starting a Roth IRA.
When can I file taxes for 2012? Since the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 was passed so late in the year, it has created a logistical nightmare when it comes to filing your tax returns for the IRS. So I wanted to give you an alert about when you should file your 2012 tax returns and what to expect.
Improve Credit Report: 3 Steps to Take Now. First, how can I correct errors on my credit report? Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, you have the right to have any incorrect or misleading information removed from your credit report.
Although most of us recognize the importance of sound retirement planning, few of us embrace the nitty-gritty work involved. With thousands of investment possibilities, complex rules governing retirement plans, and so on, most people don’t even know where to begin. Here are four suggestions to help you get started.
So exactly what are Required Minimum Distributions? Also known as RMDs, these are government imposed withdrawals that you are required to take at age 70 ½. Learn more here.
On this week’s show, Jerry interviews Nelson Nash, the developer of the Infinite Banking Concept. Also, the latest on stocks and precious metals.
If you lost your job, how much will you need to pay your regular monthly expenses?
Is it better to save your extra cash or pay off debt? To answer this question, you must decide how your money can work best for you.
The old financial adage is there are only two ways to make money. Either go out and earn more or cut your expenses so that you spend less. The best is if you can do both. So today, I thought I would share some thoughts on cutting expenses.