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, host Jerry Robinson 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.

By |April 14th, 2012|Energy, FTMWeekly Radio Show|Comments Off

An Update on Precious Metals and Consumer Debt

Host Jerry Robinson and Precious Metals Advisor Tom Cloud discuss the diamond market and breaks some important news about diamonds that you don't want to miss in this week's Precious Metals Market Update.

By |March 17th, 2012|FTMWeekly Radio Show, Precious Metals|Comments Off

2012 Gold, Silver, Palladium, and Diamond Investing Update

Watch this free educational webinar on gold, silver, palladium, and even diamond investing. Learn how to buy gold at the best prices.

By |February 18th, 2012|FTM Monthly Webinars, Precious Metals, Precious Metals|Comments Off

FTMWeekly Radio Show – Do You Have the Midas Touch? An Interview with Robert Kiyosaki

This week's radio show includes: an interview with best-selling author and successful investor, Robert Kiyosaki about his latest book, Midas Touch.

By |October 15th, 2011|FTMWeekly Radio Show|3 Comments

Precious Metals Market Update – October 15 2011

Where are gold and silver prices heading next? In this week's Precious Metals Market Update segment, precious metals advisor Tom Cloud will be here to help us sort out the madness in the financial markets. Click here to listen now

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Precious Metals Market Update – October 8, 2011

Where are gold and silver prices heading next? In this week's Precious Metals Market Update segment, precious metals advisor Tom Cloud will be here to help us sort out the madness in the financial markets.

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Precious Metals Market Update – September 17, 2011

In this week's Precious Metals Market Update segment, precious metals advisor Tom Cloud will be here to help us sort out the madness in the financial markets.

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FTMWeekly Financial Radio Show – On the Road to a One World Currency

On this week's program, we will discuss what is happening in the global economy and how bad things are really going to get. Our special guest today says things are just getting warmed up and that the real economic pain still lies straight ahead. Trace Mayer will be here to discuss the economy, offshore investing, as well as his book, The Great Credit Contraction.

By |September 17th, 2011|FTMWeekly Radio Show|Comments Off

Precious Metals Market Update – September 10, 2011

Where are gold and silver prices heading next? Listen as veteran precious metals advisor Tom Cloud helps us sort out the madness in the financial markets.

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FTMWeekly Financial Radio Show – The Secret to Wealth Creation

On this week's program, a shocking jobs report release and another rough week on Wall Street continues to cause more uncertainty among investors. In this week’s special guest interview, we welcome back veteran money manager and financial commentator, Paul Nolte. Paul and Jerry will discuss what lies ahead for stocks, energy, precious metals, as well as the U.S. Dollar and the Euro.

By |September 3rd, 2011|FTMWeekly Radio Show|1 Comment

Diversifying with Precious Metals: 6 Different Ways to Buy Gold and Silver

Today, I will begin explaining how to diversify one third your six month liquid savings reserve into precious metals. We begin with a discussion with at least six different ways to gain exposure to gold and silver.

Pearls of Wisdom from Dave Ramsey: “Gold is a Stupid Investment”

Is investing in gold a dumb idea? Dave Ramsey thinks gold is a dumb investment despite the fact that gold prices have soared over the last decade. This is what happens when you can't admit you are wrong.