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In this podcast, Jerry Robinson of “Follow the Money Weekly” discusses the steps to setting up an online income.

Robinson talks about 10 steps that he suggests in creating an Internet business presence.

Robinson, along with co-host Jennifer Robinson, also will tackle the latest headlines on the U.S. economy and from around the globe.

Subjects include a recent official statement from the Federal Reserve Open Market Committee, a brief update on the 2012 presidential election outlook, and why you should pay attention to the news on June 28.

Podcast is 1:02:26.


Previous podcasts:

The reasons why businesses fail

The Looming ’2033 crisis’ and your retirement

6 roadblocks to retirement

Setting up a forever income

How are your investment returns doing?

Can a little sparkle protect you in a crisis?

Diversify income to prepare for coming calamity

The dollar’s demise: Has it arrived at this?

World’s highest tax rate no April Fool’s joke

How government is blowing your financial future

Does looming debt hurt families?

What is petrodollar system, and what does it do?

You won’t believe the real inflation rate

Tyranny in America and how to get rid of it

Disgusted with Washington? Join the crowd

Making income come your way

Interest up? Down? How to still get a return

Preparing for the dollar meltdown

National defense and the growing police state

The Internet and making money

Why the ‘Occupy’ logic doesn’t make sense

What about health-care reform?


Learn more about Jerry Robinson’s “Follow the Money Quarterly” newsletter.

“Bankruptcy of Our Nation: 12 Key Strategies For Protecting Your Finances In These Uncertain Times.”


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 WND. In addition, Robinson is also the editor-in-chief of the popular economic newsletter, “Follow the Money Quarterly.”

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