Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

Dr. Alan Zimmerman is an internationally recognized motivational speaker for business. In addition to being a lifelong student, he is the author of The Payoff Principle: The 3 Secrets for Getting What You Want Out of Life and Work and the best-selling Pivot: How One Simple Turn in Attitude Can Lead to Success. His blog tackles subjects such as how to get what you want, how to be a great leader and how to reframe any type of situation into a positive one. He believes everyone should have an attitude of gratitude and chasing happiness is dangerous.

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason’s Editorial:

[1:42] Cincinnati, Ohio is the #1 city for new college graduates.

[3:42] Is it possible to buy an entire town?

 

Dr. Alan Zimmerman Guest Interview:

[13:47] Almost always good attitudes lead to good results and bad attitudes lead to bad results.

[16:22] What is the sales formula Dr. Zimmerman recommends for people to become exceptional?

[22:54] Learning how to ask will you, when you do and what happens if I don’t.

[27:12] Chasing happiness is dangerous and how to have an attitude of gratitude.

[28:51] How to reframe any situation into a positive one.

[32:30] Contact information for Dr. Alan Zimmerman

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Jhart88 on Voxer

Hartman Education

Dr. Alan Zimmerman

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Coming to us from London, Max Keiser joins Jason Hartman for a fast-paced interview about what is going on in our world with GDP, the debt ceiling and debt loads, gold and silver markets, and currency collapse.

Max is the host of “The Oracle with Max Keiser” for BBC World News and the author of the Keiser Report.  Jason and Max discuss how long the world governments can put off the inevitable collapse of the fiat money produced by the central banks. Max talks about the various currencies around the world and which countries are set to implode. 

Other topics that Max covers are countries that are losing their sovereignty, basically being held hostage and managed by entities outside of their own country, such as the IMF and Central Banks, how bonds play a role in this issue, and the edging toward a global tax. Max talks about the many ways that the world is being led into a globalized currency, which is not a theory, but happening in real time.

In addition to hosting the show and authoring the Kesier Report, Max is a blogger for the Huffington Post, and he has also presented features for the “People and Power” new magazine series on Aljazeera English. Max Keiser is the creator, co-founder and former CEO of HSX Holdings/Hollywood Stock Exchange, later sold to Cantor Fitzgerald. He is also the co-founder of HSX films that went on to make almost a dozen films, including “Mixed Signals,” “Six-String Samurai,” “Dancer, Texas Pop. 81,” and “girl.” The company was then sold to Ignite Entertainment/Lionsgate. Max designed, scoped, and built the Hollywood Stock Exchange with Michael Burns. Max was awarded a US patent (number 5950176) for the ‘Virtual Specialist Technology” on which the Hollywood Stock Exchange operates. He created virtual securities; MovieStocks, and StarBonds and created the first fully convertible virtual currency, the Hollywood Dollar. The Hollywood Stock Exchange remains the highest volume stock exchange in the world.

Max presented “Rumble at the Box Office” for NBC’s Access Hollywood. He also produced and hosted the weekly talk show, “Buy, Sell, Hold” for CBS radio’s KLSX in Los Angeles. In his role as technology entrepreneur, Max recently created Kinooga, a Web 3.0 social finance site for indie films. As a presenter, Max co-hosts “The Truth About Markets” on ResonanceFM 104.4 in London; produces documentary films covering markets and finance for Al Jazeera’s “People & Power” series and written a column in the Ecologist magazine covering markets and the ecology. Max Keiser has been involved with markets and finance for 25 years. He started his career as a stock broker on Wall Street after graduating from NYU.

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Today’s guest, Parag Khanna is a best-selling author in addition to being a CNN Global contributor and Senior Research Fellow at the Centre on Asia & Globalisation at the National University of Singapore. He shares with us many of the facts and figures behind his new book, Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization. His book highlights what he believes to be the two major irreversible, mega-trends of humanity, urbanization and infrastructural connectivity. When discussing the U.S., Mr. Khanna says the U.S. should be re-mapped physically and better internet connectivity and better transport systems should be put into place in the next 5-10 years. 

 

Key Takeaways:

 

Jason’s Editorial:

[1:32] The 1031 Exchange allows you to exchange one property for two without paying capital gains.

[5:30] Do you want to come on the show and debate the income property being the most historically proven asset class in the world?

[7:58] Here are the Contest Winners for the Cincinnati/Dayton, Ohio Property Tour.

 

Parag Khanna Guest Interview:

[11:55] What does the term Connectography mean and how does connectivity alter our destiny?

[13:58] The more connectivity we build the better the outcome is for the whole world.

[18:19] Domestic inequality causes a friction that better connectivity could alleviate. 

[22:14] Parag believes the U.S. should be re-mapped physically.

[24:19] There are unbelievable benefits to spreading low-cost mobile, smartphones.

[25:14] The Connectography book comments on the two big irreversible mega-trends of humanity, urbanization and infrastructural connectivity.

[29:42] Engaging and connecting to North Korea may make it a more peaceful place.

[35:22] Contact information for Parag Khanna.

 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman Properties

Cincinnati Property Tour Sign Up

Parag Khanna

@paragkhanna on Twitter

Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization

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Jason's guest today George Gilder, has a brilliant way of looking at the world. He is back for his second interview and this time they are discussing his new book The Scandal of Money: Why Wall Street Recovers but the Economy Never Does. George has also authored Wealth and Poverty. He is the Co-founder of the Discovery Institute, one of the original pillars of supply-side economics and a former speechwriter for Ronald Reagan while Reagan was running for President. He says “You can print money but you can’t print value.”

 

Key Takeaways:

Jason’s Editorial:

 

[2:12] The whole world is being controlled by algorithms.

[6:11] The 1031 exchange allows you to exchange one property for two and improves cash flow.

 

George Gilder Guest Interview:

[10:01] The closed loop economy is not the fault of Capitalism, it is the Federal Reserve and the Obama Administration.

[12:57] Because of regulations and restrictions companies don’t want to go public.

[16:22] Supply-side surges the economy up by enabling creativity and growth.

[21:25] How is the Fed keeping a closed loop economy?

[26:12] The goal of the future is to dismantle this paralyzing regulatory apparatus and reforming the Fed.

[28:15] China has demographic problems but they have a massive expansion of venture capital.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman Properties

Cincinnati Property Tour Sign Up

Wealth and Poverty

The Scandal of Money: Why Wall Street Recovers but the Economy Never Does

Discovery Institute

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Jason Hartman is joined by author, Scott Patterson to discuss high frequency trading, of which roughly 70 percent is driven by computers. Scott says the firms using artificial intelligence for high-speed trading make it nearly impossible for the little guy to compete in the markets.

According to his book, Dark Pools, these robot systems trade in milliseconds. High frequency firms flood the market with buy and sell orders, effectively clogging up the system and posing a threat to other firms.

While this electronic exchange made the system more effective, one has to wonder if this trading style hasn’t become detrimental to the markets overall when trading successfully is defined by milliseconds. Scott coined the term “A.I. Bandits” to describe electronic high frequency trading. Scott also discusses the history of quant strategies based on his book, The Quants, a mathematical scientific approach to outsmarting Wall Street, which led to the recent financial crash. He calls the quant system “a classic tale of hubris.”

Scott Patterson is author of The Quants and his new release, Dark Pools, and is currently a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, where he covers financial regulation from Washington, D.C. He has also written for the New York Times, Rolling Stone and Mother Earth News. He has a Masters of Arts degree from James Madison University. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia.

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Are you sick of being hit with a plethora of garbage fees tacked on by your property  managers? If so, you may want to incorporate Jason’s Flatline Fee proposal. It may be just what you need to align yourself with your property managers and increase the number of customers for everyone involved. Also, the demographics coming in the rental housing market over the next 10 years are nothing short of phenomenal. In 2025, three out of four working people will be Generation Y’ers. To understand what this means to income property investors get your free INM slides from Jason today.

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:41] Generation Y and the Maturing Generation will be our renters of the future.

[3:08] Flatline property management fees allow investors to know how an investment will perform in advance.

[14:06] Should you buy more properties or put your money in a mutual fund?

[16:39] The Graying of America and the Millennials are the key demographics important to investors of income property. 

[27:19] Capex in real estate terms is when you do a capital improvement on a property.

[30:44] How to understand the numbers behind the demographics and how they apply to the economics of an area.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Venture Alliance Mastermind

Hartman University

Longevity and Biohacking Podcast

Get the IMN Slides free

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Jason takes time away from his professional speaking engagements to investigate several possible new markets in Florida. The Port Richey and Greater Tampa areas show promise as new businesses and entertainment centers are slated to be opening soon. While it is important to open new markets due to low property inventories but it is important to remember that the quality of the investment property far exceeds the importance of the quantity of real estate properties in a portfolio.

 

Win an all expense paid trip to the Cincinnati Property Tour & Creating Wealth Seminar! Go to jasonhartman.com to find out how.

 

Key Takeaways:

[2:53] There are 3 different ways to win tickets to the Cincinnati Property Tour and the Creating Wealth Boot camp.

[10:59] The Federal Reserve Room on Jekyll Island brings to mind that Central Banks control governments around the world.

[18:52] The concept of investing is to plan for the future today and delay gratification to save capital.

[22:13] Inspecting the Greater Tampa and Port Richey areas of Florida, a no income tax state.

[30:45] Opt in to our email list for all of our great content, subscribe to our show in iTunes and leave us a review. 

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman - Contest Entry Information

@JasonHartmanROI on Twitter

#ShameonFacebook

Jason Hartman IMN Slides

Hartman Education

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If you thought economics was boring, think again. At the heart of wars, land grabs, politics, history, and almost any sort of human interaction lies economics. Remember – economics is about money, and money, depending upon your perspective, either makes the world go ‘round or is the root of all evil.

Either way, Jason Hartman’s interview of master economist, Martin Armstrong, for episode #382 of The Creating Wealth Show makes for scintillating listening. First, some background.

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Nicole Gelinas is the author of After the Fall:Saving Capitalism From Wall Street - and Washington. She is also a contributing editor to the Manhattan Institute’s City Journal and a columnist for the NY Post and a contributing writer to the NY Times. She shares her thoughts on the personal finance strategies of the US working class, how the government is quick to hand out support to the financial industry while ignoring the voting public and why she thinks people are even considering Donald Trump in this year’s election. She acknowledges the vast Wall Street conspiracy that we indeed live in interesting times.

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:18] A week long property tour of the area which is considered ground zero for the real estate bust, Central Florida.

[5:39] Go to JasonHartman.com and watch the “How to Analyze a Real Estate Investment” to assist you in standardizing your data.

[8:31] The Greater Cincinnati Metro Area Property Tour and a Creating Wealth Boot Camp are coming up soon so secure your place today.

 

Nicole Gelinas Guest Interview:

[18:01] The voting public is fed up and trying to change the system for the better in their own imperfect way.

[23:49] Washington policymakers seem to think that whatever is good for the financial industry is good for the rest of the country. 

[27:35] Is US real estate market in the middle of a boom then bust cycle?

[32:38] People should have one year’s worth of liquid assets before they invest any money in a savings plan.

[37:51] If you don’t mind taking the risk and doing the work investing in single family homes for rentals can make sense.

[41:10] Contact information for Nicole

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Property Tracking and Analysis Software

Property Evaluator

Manhattan Institute’s City Journal

After the Fall: Saving Capitalism from Wall Street and Washington

@nicolegelinas on Twitter

 

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Helen Davis Chaitman is a leading attorney on mortgage lending liability and a legal representative to over 1600 investors who were impacted by Bernie Madoff and his backers, JP Morgan Chase. She is the author of JP Madoff: The Unholy Alliance Between America’s Biggest Bank and America’s Biggest Crook. She reveals the unscrupulous, ugly underbelly of a financial institution that conducts business with more than 50% of American households and offers a solution which involves elected officials.

 

Key Takeaways:

[2:23] Hello from members of the Venture Alliance Mastermind.

 

Helen Davis Chaitman Guest Interview:

[6:44] Why wasn’t the Bernie Madoff case a class action?

[7:47] The clawback suits are cruel actions to take against innocent investors.

[10:03] Bernie Madoff would have been a small time crook had it not been for JP Morgan Chase keeping his secrets.

[15:38] There are 1,143 footnotes is Ms. Chaitman’s book JP Madoff to make certain there is no libel suit.

[17:58] Our elected officials accept money to look the other way. It’s organized crime.

[23:49] Possible solutions to clean up the corporation/government dirty money.

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Jason Hartman

Venture Alliance Mastermind

JP Madoff - Victims

JP Madoff: The Unholy Alliance Behind America's Biggest Bank and America's Biggest Crook

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