Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Jason's mother, Joyce, reads a book a week and has some interesting questions for Jason about the book she's currently reading entitled The Death of Money by James Rickards. Jason and Joyce talk about China's economy, the one child policy, and they also touch on why the US government loves inflation. 


Key Takeaways:

3:40 – Joyce is currently reading The Death of Money by James Rickards. 

6:30 – If you believe in Earth Day, why don't you move to North Korea? 

9:55 – Corruption happens everywhere, both in the US and in China. 

15:15 – China just doesn't have enough money. 

23:50 – It's silly that the US government doesn't include food and energy in their inflation stats. 

28:10 – What does all of this have to do with income property? 

35:30 – People say that the US is no longer going to be the leading reserve currency in the ten years. Jason doesn't think that's true. 

40:10 – Jason thinks his mother should start her own podcast. 


Mentioned In This Episode: 

The Death of Money by James Rickards

The Bet by Paul Sabin


 Smaller, Faster, Lighter, Denser, Cheaper by Robert Bryce.

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