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Follow the Money Radio brings you the most cutting-edge commentary on economic and geopolitical topics with great guests and timely investing ideas. Hosted by popular economist and best-selling author, Jerry Robinson.
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Cinque miliardi di dollari, forse di più. C'è una montagna di denaro illegale che gira vorticosamente tra valigette, computer e conti correnti di tutto il mondo. Sono i soldi del riciclaggio, alimentano l'economia globale. In cinque puntate, Follow the money, il podcast di Danilo Chirico, segue come in una crime story questi soldi che, come insegnava Giovanni Falcone, da sporchi diventano puliti e senza odore. E racconta di banche e Stati compiacenti, imprenditori e professionisti "furbi", f ...
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On this special crossover episode of Follow the Money and After America, we discuss Biden’s decision to drop out of the campaign and why Democrats have rallied around Kamala Harris as the presumptive nominee. Ebony Bennett and Dr Emma Shortis, host of the Australia Institute’s After America podcast, reflect on Joe Biden’s legacy, his endorsement of…
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Dive into "Six Markets To Watch When Rates Drop" on the latest episode of the Follow the Money podcast with Jerry Robinson. As interest rates are poised to decline, Jerry explores potential market rallies, highlighting specific markets including bonds, Bitcoin, small cap stocks, and more. Learn how these markets historically respond to rate cuts an…
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The rise of independents and minor parties means that Labor and the Coalition can no longer take any race for granted. It’s said that ‘disunity is death’ in Australian politics, but – as several major party politicians found out in the 2022 election – falling in behind an unpopular policy agenda can be pretty dangerous for your career as well. On t…
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Pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai faces life in prison in Hong Kong, but his son Sebastien and renowned human rights lawyer Jennifer Robinson are leading the charge to set him free. After escaping mainland China in the bottom of a fishing boat at the age of 12, Jimmy Lai went on to become one of the most influential people in Hong Kong. But now the …
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Introducing After America, a new Australia Institute podcast hosted by Dr Emma Shortis. Can Biden recover from a disastrous debate performance? What does the release of Julian Assange reveal about the Australia-US relationship? And is Trump’s authoritarian behaviour really an outlier in American political history? On the first episode of After Amer…
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Careless political finance reforms could shift the balance in Australian democracy in favour of special interests. Will the government’s political finance reforms keep vested interests out of politics or ensure the major parties dominate Australia’s political landscape? Could South Australia’s proposed political donations ban become a model for the…
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Explore the depths of "America's Looming Debt Crisis" in this thought-provoking episode of the Follow the Money podcast. We delve into the escalating national debt, examining its trajectory from today's figures to its projected growth over the next decade. Understand the impact of policies on this financial burden and what it means for future gener…
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The Coalition’s nuclear ‘plan’ is a cynical, Trump-like distraction – so why does the media (and this podcast) fall for the trap? Who will benefit most from the Coalition’s new nuclear energy plan? And why does the media fall into the trap of covering it like genuine policy? On this episode of Follow the Money, the Australia Institute’s Dr Matt Rya…
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Gas is a finite resource – so why is Australia essentially giving it away? Rising demand as the world emerged from COVID-19 lockdowns, coupled with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, has led to massive windfall profits for the gas industry. But according to new Australia Institute research, the gas companies aren’t paying royalties on most of the gas th…
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In this episode, we dive into Apple's new AI strategy, Apple Intelligence, and discuss its potential impact on how we interact with our devices. We also provide an update on the May Consumer Price Index (CPI) and the ongoing FOMC meeting, analyzing what to expect regarding interest rates. The episode concludes with an inspirational quote relevant t…
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With just five months until the presidential election, American democracy is under serious threat. This American presidential election will be unique for many reasons, not the least of which is Donald Trump becoming the first American president to be found guilty of a crime. So what impact – if any – will that have on the outcome? Is Biden going to…
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Australia is in the midst of a housing crisis, fuelled by poor government policy. Across the country, house prices have skyrocketed, putting the prospect of buying a home well out of reach for too many people. Rents have also soared, placing huge financial pressure on people and pushing many into homelessness. On this episode of Follow the Money, h…
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Dive into the world of artificial intelligence with our latest podcast episode, "Investing in Intelligence: Top 3 AI ETFs." Discover the key players leading the charge in AI investments and how you can potentially enhance your portfolio with these innovative ETFs. Whether you're a seasoned investor or just getting started, this guide provides essen…
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It’s been 12 years since Julian Assange has been free – but is the fight to keep him from a life in an American prison finally coming to an end? United States President Joe Biden told reporters he’s considering Australia’s request to drop charges against Assange for publishing thousands of sensitive military and government documents, but the fight …
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A series of recent high-profile incidents has thrust the national crisis of domestic violence into the spotlight. Clearly the current approach to violence against women isn't working, so what can be done? 1800RESPECT is the national domestic, family and sexual violence counselling, information and support service. Call 1800 737 732, text 0458 737 7…
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