Thursday, October 21, 2010

How to Buy Gold

Invest in gold in three ways: buying physical gold, such as gold bars or jewelry, buying ownership contracts that relate to the actual gold price or buying shares in gold mining companies. Learn the advantages and disadvantages of each method in this free video from an experienced floor trader on investing.

Expert: Mark Griffith
Bio: Mark Griffith has graduated in economics and philosophy at Clare College, Cambridge. He has been a futures and options floor trader at LIFFE (London International Financial Futures Exchange).
Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky

Rich Dad : Your Home is your bank's asset

Shooting the Sacred Cows of Money by Robert Kiyosaki - 5 Your house is an Asset

Shooting the Sacred Cows of Money by Robert Kiyosaki - 5 Your house is an Asset

India opens largest diamond exchange

India has opened what has been called the world's largest diamond trading centre this week in Mumbai.

With the new state-of-the-art infrastructure, the country hopes to compete with other major exchange hubs like Antwerp and Tel Aviv.

Prerna Suri reports on how one of the world's leading diamond manufacturing centres is vying to take its place in the industry to a new level.

Michael Tsarion -- Technology Trends Interview: Astro-Theology

Michael Tsarion on Technology Trends with Patrick Bailey.

Bob Chapman: the dollar's demise

Jarrod LeBlanc hosts a radio interview with financial advisor Bob Chapman of the international forecaster.

Credit-Card Companies Charging Start-Up Fees's John Ulzheimer breaks down the latest attempt by credit-card companies to steal your money.

Foreclosure Freeze: Now What

Matt Englett, founding partner of Kaufman, Englett and Lynd, on what consumers should do if they purchased a forclosed home.

Asian Shares Down on China, Yen

In today's Market Report: Shanghai stocks slid in volatile trade Thursday. They were weighed down by banking shares after data from China showed growth slowing and inflation edging higher. Shanghai's Composite Index tumbled one-and-a-half percent.

Financial stocks were lower Thursday, succumbing to profit-taking pressures amid talk of policy tightening.

China's economic data was broadly in line with forecasts, falling slightly after its central bank hiked rates on Tuesday.

China Mobile's lackluster third-quarter results put a damper on the telecom sector in Hong Kong, pulling down shares of the world's biggest mobile operator and its rivals.

The Hang Seng drifted lower, along with other Asian markets.

Tokyo stocks rose in morning trade, as the yen dropped after the U.S. Treasury Secretary said he saw no reason for further dollar weakness. But the yen later rebounded, sending Japan's Nikkei down to its lowest close in three weeks.

Trading Gold Ahead of G-20

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Jon Nadler, senior analyst at, details the outlook for the gold market ahead of the G-20 meeting this weekend and how to trade gold for the long and short term.
Thu 10/21/10 11:37 AM EST -- Brittany Umar
Stocks in this video: SGOL | GLD | SIVR | IAU | SLV

$300B Bailout Ahead for Fannie, Freddie

FBN's Rich Edson on the Treasury Department's plans to invest more money into Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Consciousness: Mind over Matter

Consciousness: Mind over Matter

John Stadtmiller Oct 19 2010 - Jeff Bennett,Bob Chapman- Roundtable

John Stadtmiller Oct 19 2010- Jeff Bennett,Bob Chapman- Roundtable- Commercial Free

John hosts a weekly financial round table with Jeff Bennett and Bob Chapman. Some have said this is the best two hours in radio.

John and Bob in the first hour. Jeff Bennett in the second hour.


John Stadtmiller, one of America’s true radio trailblazers with his early creation of “Republic International” (later renamed “Genesis Communications Network”), and now the “Republic Broadcasting Network”, the fastest growing truth radio station in the country.

John’s “National Intel Report” is hard hitting and to the point with information you won’t find in the mainstream media. If you believe the Constitution is the law of the land, but sense that something is seriously wrong in our country, then listen to the “National Intel Report” for the best guests, news and information!