In this podcast, economist, columnist, radio host and international conference speaker Jerry Robinson of "Follow the Money Weekly" welcomes the nation to the "era of unlimited money printing."
He discusses his analysis of the latest round of currency printing announced by the Federal Reserve, and what such "quantitative easing" – third edition – actually means.
He also comments on the developing Islamic violence around the world – all of it aimed at the United States.
But on the topic of money, he notes QE3 will purchase $40 billion worth of mortgage-backed securities every month until "the labor market shows signs of significant improvement."
Robinson says Americans should be more concerned than ever about the future of the nation's economy, suggesting, "You can't fix a debt problem with more debt."
Robinson then is joined precious metals adviser Tom Cloud, who provides his insights and analysis of QE3 and explains the specific impact that the new round of money printing will have on the precious metals markets.
Robinson notes gold prices rose dramatically upon the announcement of QE3.
And Financial Planner and P.A.C.E. Investment Portfolio Manager Jay Peroni discusses two new investing ideas on how to cash in on the booming fertilizer business.
Later Robinson provides his insights and commentary regarding the deaths of four U.S. diplomats in Benghazi and the Muslim protests that have erupted around the world. Jerry explains the lies that Western governments and the mainstream media continue to tell regarding the Middle East.
And Financial Adviser John Bearss provides some financial planning tips for those nearing retirement.
Podcast is 1:07:03.
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."