Fri, 28 June 2013
CW 325: Retirement Investing with Dennis Miller Author of ‘Retirement Reboot’ and RetireMentors Columnist for MarketWatch
Dennis Miller is the author of a book called Retirement Reboot and the only retired RetireMentor columnist on Marketwatch. Jason Hartman interviews Dennis about his experiences and research on retirees and investing. Dennis is also the author of the weekly newsletter Millers Money which has over 150,000 subscribers. Dennis surveyed his readers about how much inflation is a reality in their lives. Over 3,000 people responded and the results were staggering. The reality is that retirees living off a fixed income know EXACTLY how much the price of basic necessities have gone up. They can not only tell you exactly how much the price went up, they can tell you how much the packaging has downsized and how the quality has diminished. Dennis has tapped into the real fear faced by retirees. These three columns that came out of the results really sum up how the government inflation numbers are not a true reflection of how retirees live their lives which is why they seem to be feeling inflation to a greater extent.
• Only 1.6% thought inflation was 1 – 2%
• 14.2% of readers thought inflation was 3 – 5% for them
• 34.9% thought inflation was 6 – 8% for them
• 25.7% thought inflation was 9 – 10% for them
• 23.6% thought inflation was over 11% for them
For more details, visit www.JasonHartman.com.
Wed, 26 June 2013
CW 324: Knowledge & Power: An Information Theory of Capitalism with George Gilder Author & Chairman of the Gilder Group
George Gilder is Publisher of the Gilder Technology Report, Chairman of the Gilder Group, co-founder and Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute, an original pillar of Supply Side economics, and author of, "KNOWLEDGE AND POWER: The Information Theory of Capitalism and How it is Revolutionizing our World."
The information age is changing our country's economics. Gilder explains his new paradigm for kick-starting economic growth and how companies outside the tech sector can benefit from Silicon Valley-style information flow. Gilder believes the risks inherent in free enterprise relate to accumulation of knowledge.
Gilder also discusses the drivers that lead to poverty as well as the most efficient ways to eradicate poverty.
Tue, 25 June 2013
Jason Hartman opens with one of the investment counselors as they discuss current news, rental properties and the biggest obstacle to investor success. More at: http://www.jasonhartman.com/podcast/ With our guest for this episode, you'll hear opinions on some of the too-good-to-be-true advertising schemes out there. Jason and Doug will render opinion on, expose and debunk some advertising claims in this investigative report. This is just our opinion, as Dennis Miller says; we could be wrong - you decide. Here are a few very cleaver ad examples, targeted at investors, for your consideration:
"Stock Picks" newsletter:
"Five Words" to get real silver from banks:
"Buy $2 dollar silver" - really?:
Mon, 17 June 2013
CW 322: Sequestration & Furloughs with Frank Vernuccio Co-Host of ‘The Allison Report’ & President of COMACTA
The New York Analysis of Policy & Government provides practical reviews of key issues facing the United States on the federal, state and local levels. Vernuccio co-hosts the "And Nothing But the Truth" radio show on WVOX in Westchester, NY with Larry Allison. He has extensive experience as a legislative writer, columnist, and policy analyst, with a background in both Republican and Democrat administrations.
Tue, 11 June 2013
Mon, 3 June 2013
CW 320: The Science of Spectacular Living with Dr. Bob Wright Author of ‘Beyond Time Management: Business With A Purpose’