Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Bruce Fein is a lawyer in the United States who specializes in constitutional and international law. Fein has written numerous articles on constitutional issues for The Washington Times,, The New York Times, Legal Times, and is active on the issues of civil liberties. He has also worked for the American Enterprise Institute, and the Heritage Foundation, both conservative think tanks as an analyst and commentator.


Fein is a principal in a government affairs and public relations firm, The Lichfield Group in Washington D.C. He is also a resident scholar at the Turkish Coalition of America.

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Ray Bourhis is a partner with the law firm of Bourhis & Wolfson in San Francisco, California, specializing in insurance bad-faith litigation. A graduate of Boalt Hall at the University of California, Berkeley, Bourhis has been a court-appointed Special Master overseeing reforms in the California Department of Insurance and was appointed by U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer to her Federal Judicial Selection Advisory Committee. 



He was recently profiled by Ed Bradley in a 60 Minutes report concerning fraudulent insurance practices. Born and raised in Elmhurst, Queens, Bourhis credits an attempt by gang members to throw him into a blazing bonfire at the age of twelve with helping him develop the survival skills needed to deal with insurance companies. He lives with his family in Kentfield, California.

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Phaedra Fisher visited Russia back in 1994, and witnessed the privatization and inflation firsthand. Her book, Vodka Diplomacy, explains her experience and life in Russia as several events unfolded.

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Teeka Tiwari is Editor of "Mega Trends" at the Palm Beach Letter. He recently made a prediction for an event that will likely be 1.4 times bigger than the events of 07-08. He joins the show to explain in what way it will be bigger than the crash of 08?


Tiwari discusses what his "red flag" list is and shares some of names from it.


Teeka Tiwari epitomizes the American Dream. He came to the United States from England at sixteen with just $150 in his pocket and the clothes on his back. By eighteen, Teeka had become the youngest employee at Lehman Brothers. Two years later, he shattered convention by becoming the youngest Vice President in the history of Shearson Lehman. By the time he was 23 Teeka had made and lost a million dollars. At 27, he was a millionaire several times over.  


In June 2005, Teeka co-founded Tycoon Publishing and created the trading service, Point & Profit. The service made his wealth-building acumen available to the average individual investor for the first time.  


Since then, Teeka has been developing and perfecting the ETF Master Trader System, an interactive education program that teaches a complete Sector Trading investment methodology and gives ordinary investors the confidence to master the markets using Exchange Traded Funds.  


In June 2008, Teeka launched Sector Hunter, the World's first fully-automated ETF trading technology, providing individual investors with an institutional quality tool that identifies big money moves in 46 narrow sector groups and selects ETFs and stocks best positioned to profit from the move.  


Teeka is a regular contributor to FOX Business Network and has appeared on FOX News Channel, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and international television networks. He manages a hedge-fund which is closed to new investors.


Teeka Tiwari has prepared a SPECIAL video for all listeners. He explains why “safe” investors may lose everything within the next six months.


Visit to find out for more. 




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Martin Armstrong is the former chairman of Princeton Economics International Ltd. He is best known for his economic predictions based on the Economic Confidence Model, which he developed.

In September 1999, Armstrong faced prosecution by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission for fraud. During the trial, Armstrong was imprisoned for over seven years for civil contempt of court, one of the longest-running cases of civil contempt in American legal history.[1] In August 2006, Armstrong pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit fraud, and began a five-year sentence.


Armstrong is the developer of the Economic Confidence Model based on business cyclesHe is known for claiming to have predicted the crash of 1987 to the very day.[4] Using his theory that boom-bust cycles occur once every 3,141 days (the number pi multiplied by 1000), Armstrong claimed in 1999 to have predicted the Nikkei's collapse in 1989 and Russia's financial collapse in 1998.

Direct download: CW_382_-_Comprehending_the_True_Monetary_History_with_Martin_Armstrong.mp3
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