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Today Jay takes a look at 10 all-weather stocks on his radar screen. These are companies that have the potential to do well in both weak and strong markets. Then Jay shows you how he combines stocks, bonds, precious metals, and cash to develop an all-weather strategy designed to be consistent in the good and bad times that the market offers.

On the second half of the show Jay gets to your questions: what do you do with than inheritance? Should you tithe on it? Do you have to pay taxes? Next Jay looks at utility stocks for a retiree: what two advantages do utility stocks have over bonds? How do you design an income portfolio to provide growth and income?

2011 is turning out to be a boom year for OPEC. If oil can stay consistently above $100 until December, the cartel is projected to reap $1 trillion in oil revenues by year’s end.

When my daughter was younger, I used to offer her 25 cents for every item that she could find in our local Wal-Mart store that was not “made in China,” or some other Asian nation. Needless to say, she rarely walked out of the store with any money.

But the big news today were metals and oil as global uncertainty continued to reign in the financial markets. Gold prices rose to a record high of $1,438/oz. Over the last eight trading days, gold prices have risen by over 4%.

On Monday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbed back above the 12,000 level in intra-day trading, for the first time in a week, on news that AT&T would buy T-Mobile for $39 billion. The merger would make AT&T the nation’s largest wireless carrier.

The global financial markets continue their tailspin today in the wake of the devastating quake and tsunami which struck the world’s third largest economy last week.

This Week’s Topic: Managing God’s Money. This week’s special guest interview: Randy Alcorn. Follow the Money Weekly Radio is a financial radio show about the stock markets, commodities, energy investing, the global financial crisis, how to prepare for the coming hyperinflation, where to invest money, how to buy gold, how to buy silver, saving money, finding a financial advisor, and paying off debt. Hosted by economist and best-selling author, Jerry Robinson. For the best in financial news, listen to the Follow the Money Weekly Financial Radio Show.

The precious metals markets have been rising steadily on fears of growing inflation, global economic uncertainty, and unrest in the Middle East. However, it’s not just the better known precious metals, like gold and silver, that have been going up in value.

Listen as author Barry James Dyke explains the corruption on Wall Street and his latest book, The Pirates of Manhattan.

As the financial markets in the United States have appeared to be strengthening due to a perceived “recovery,” some analysts are speculating that the bull market in precious metals may be running out of steam. But according to FTMDaily’s, Jerry Robinson, those who are calling a top in gold and silver are dead wrong.

The highly anticipated, but disappointing jobs report was released on Friday. The report, initially appeared positive showing that nonfarm payroll employment increased by 103,000 causing the unemployment rate to fall by 0.4 percentage point bringing the overall unemployment rate down to 9.4 percent in December.

The above list represents the year end price for gold since 2001. Now think about this: Most bull markets in anything (stocks, bonds, real estate, gold, etc) end with a big bang as investors who were left out finally try to get in on the action.

This Week’s Topic: How (And When) The Dollar Will Collapse. This week’s special guest interview: Bill Provenzano known as the Christian Trading Coach. Follow the Money Weekly Radio is a financial radio show about the stock markets, commodities, energy investing, the global financial crisis, how to prepare for the coming hyperinflation, where to invest money, how to buy gold, how to buy silver, saving money, finding a financial advisor, and paying off debt. Hosted by economist and best-selling author, Jerry Robinson. For the best in financial news, listen to the Follow the Money Weekly Financial Radio Show.

This Week’s Topic: Nullification, How To Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century. This week’s special guest interview: Thomas E. Woods, Jr. Follow the Money Weekly Radio is a financial radio show about the stock markets, commodities, energy investing, the global financial crisis, how to prepare for the coming hyperinflation, where to invest money, how to buy gold, how to buy silver, saving money, finding a financial advisor, and paying off debt. Hosted by economist and best-selling author, Jerry Robinson. For the best in financial news, listen to the Follow the Money Weekly Financial Radio Show.

This Week’s Topic: Isralestine – The Future of the Middle East. This week’s special guest interview: Christian Author, Bill Salus. Bill joins Jerry Robinson to talk about the future of the Middle East and his popular book on Bible prophecy, Isralestine: The Ancient Blueprints of the Future Middle East.

Follow the Money Weekly Radio is a financial radio show about the stock markets, commodities, energy investing, the global financial crisis, where to invest money, where to buy gold and silver, saving money, finding a financial advisor, and paying off debt. Hosted by economist and best-selling author, Jerry Robinson. For the best in financial news, listen to the Follow the Money Weekly Financial Radio Show.

If you are interested in learning more about investing in the the markets while keeping your faith and values intact, then this webinar is for you. In this special 90 minute online presentation, economist and author Jerry Robinson is joined by Certified Financial Planner, Jay Peroni to discuss the concept of faith-based investing.

This Week’s Topic: Does Elliott Wave Predict a Deflationary Depression or Hyperinflation? Is the Dow Jones Going to 2,000? Listen to the discussion with Jerry Robinson and Robert Prechter.