Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing with Jason Hartman

This episode of Flashback Friday was initially published: 9/17/2012

Jason Hartman welcomes guest co-host/listener, Brandon, from Portland, Oregon, as they discuss several things. First, a discussion of some of Jason's recent book consumption, including; Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think by Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler and Free: The Future of a Radical Price by Chris Anderson.

Next, Jason and Brandon analyze Peter Schiff's most recent video criticizing Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and QE3 (Quantitative Easing). Peter has some things right and others wrong. As Jason has pointed out in so many prior episodes, gold and silver are mediocre asset classes and shouldn't be considered 'investments' but somewhat defensive ways to save money, store wealth and keep pace with inflation. 

An investment is an OFFENSIVE tool; gold and silver are only defensive tools. The real way to profit is to exploit the next housing bubble.

Some of the questions covered in this episode are:

 Abundance - Peter H. Diamandis & Steven Kotler

1. In what ways is the world getting better? It sure seems like there is a lot of negativity out there.

2. How will technology provide "top-tier" education to everyone on the planet, as Diamandis & Kotler mention in the book?

Free - Chris Anderson

1. Chris Anderson mentions that some things can be too cheap to meter. What sort of goods is he referencing, and what is the cause of this innovation?

2. How will the big companies like Microsoft compete with the free model?

3. Who wins with "free" - businesses or consumers?

4. Will we ever get to the point where almost everything in our lives is free?

Peter Schiff on QE3

1. Is the goal of QE3 to drive up asset prices? It seems to me that asset price increase in housing will only cause the illusion of wealth.

2. Why would QE3 work this time if it didn't work before?

Websites:

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Jason Hartman discusses the economic recovery after the Spanish Flu. How was the economy leading up to the Spanish Flu, and how did the value of a paper money change globally? How does this relate to our current pandemic recovery, and what have we done differently?

The wealthiest US generation is starting to die off. Jason talks about the largest wealth transfer in history, a 30 trillion dollar transfer being passed down over the next couple of decades. The baby boomers are expected to pass this wealth to millennials with what expectations for how they will use it? 

Meet the Masters extension class: Asset Protection Specialist Attorney: Saturday 1 AM EDT

LIVESTREAM: Sunday Morning, Coffee Tok (Talk) 11 AM EDT 

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Key Takeaways:

[3:30] In what do we believe

[6:00] Empowered Investor Beliefs.

[8:10] Talking about the alignment of interests.

[11:30] The wealthiest generation alive is starting to die off, and are responsible for the largest wealth transfer in history. 

[14:30] The wealth transfer of the boomers will be about 30 Trillion dollars over the next couple of decades.

[19:18] Considering the recovery from the 1918 Spanish Flu

[21:40] "They didn't call it the roaring '20s for nothing..."

[25:10] Greater mobility equals better jobs.

[31:00] Burning Deutschmarks for heat: The Weimar Republic 

Websites:

www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (Libsyn)

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Jason Hartman talks about home prices in the U.S. As home prices have seen a strong bounce in June, will this last? Will the cost of ingredients for a home drop? Cyclical markets see the most movement. How much has The Federal Reserve lent to other countries?

Living in urban areas has historically been out of necessity. Currently, technological advances have taken away the demand for living in highly populated areas. Taylor and Hartman discuss the change in housing costs as influenced by the bubonic plague 800 years ago, but how reliable is this information?

LIVESTREAM: Sunday Morning, Coffee Tok (Talk) 11 AM EDT

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Key Takeaways:

[2:00] Calling to abolish history classes?

[3:30] Home prices sees strong June bounce, but it likely won’t last.

[7:20] The cost of all of the ingredients for which they build a home would have to decline.

[10:30] The work at home revolution and the lender of last resort.

Brian Taylor

[14:00] Flashback 102 years to the Spanish Flu, what happened economically?

[18:00] Are we to face a repeat of the roaring ’20s?

[22:00] Technology has solved the necessity of living in urban areas.

[23:15] During the bubonic plague, 1/3 third of the population was wiped out, while the houses remained, causing the most significant housing price drop in history.

[27:25] How reliable is 800-year-old data?

Websites:

GlobalFinancialData.com

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www.JasonHartman.com/properties

Jason Hartman Quick Start

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Jason Hartman discusses human rights, the individual versus the group. Has Any Rand's fiction started to come to life? What lessons can we learn from this, and how can this impact your investments?

Dr. Bryan Taylor joins Jason Hartman as they rewind the clock 1,000 years to look at the history of interest rates and housing costs. The bubonic plague and the Spanish flu have both had an impact on economics. How does this relate to Coronavirus? 

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Key Takeaways:

[1:30] Why would Atlas, Shrug?

[3:00] What rights do you have as a human?

[7:00] What reasons do we have that should give us protection?

[9:00] Groups cannot have rights; the individual is the smallest minority in the world.

[11:40] "In the name of the general welfare…"

[14:30] Part of property rights is being able to abandon that property. 

Dr. Bryan Taylor

[20:00] Are interest rates the lowest they've ever been in history?

[21:20] Government debt explained based on the influences surrounding World War II

[22:20] Did Paul Volcker make the right moves?

[23:30] Are interest rates too low? What's the fallout?

[26:30] Prices are being controlled mainly by a lack of demand.

Websites:

GlobalFinancialData.com

JasonHartman.com/Asset

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

Jason Hartman Quick Start

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (Libsyn)

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Jason Hartman thanks attendees of the 22nd Meet The Masters, and shares commandment number 23: thou shalt standardize thy data. Florida is looking better with space programs valuing the area for business. Homicide spikes hit most large US cities, further urging citizens to move to safer, suburban homes.

Michael Daugherty joins Jason Hartman to reveal the corruption behind the system. It's a cycle of corruption for keeping safe amid the storm known as D.C. Michael shares his experience beating extortion only to be left hanging for the government. As well, Daugherty shares what he means, "the trap that congress laid." 

Key Takeaways:

[3:30] The only way we can 'make a dent in the universe' is not to rely on anyone else.

[4:10] Commandment number 23: Thou shalt standardize thy data

[7:30] Florida making a splash for new cutting edge space programs. 

[10:30] Homicide spike, hits most large US cities. 

Michael Daugherty 

[15:15] The government has unlimited resources, prosecutors, and budgets, and none of 'us' have that.

[17:00] The dangers of academics like Woodrow Wilson.

[19:00] Michael Daugherty's story, from extortion to government. 

[23:30] Your enemy today will be your friend tomorrow, the cycle of corruption in DC

[27:30] Section 5 of the FTC Act: The trap that congress laid.

[30:15] What's Twitter's rational from removing Trump's video tribute to George Floyd?

[36:00] You can burn a house down in 3 seconds, you can't build it back as fast. 

Websites:

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JasonHartman.com/Masters 

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This episode of Flashback Friday was originally published: Original Publish Date  4/16/12

Jason Hartman interviews returning guest and founder and CEO, Harry Dent, Jr., of HS Dent, an economic think tank and research company, about the next coming crash. Mr. Dent accurately predicted the boom of the 1990s, which was contrary to what many other forecasters predicted. He explains why America is on a path to the next Great Depression through its mounting debt to boost the economy.

He talks about how the U.S. creates bubble after bubble in all areas, such as the housing bubble, the gold and silver bubble, the commodity bubble, etc. Trillions of dollars in stimulus money has poured forth from the government, along with the lowering of interest rates, thereby inciting inflation that will continue to grow with the current system of bailouts and lack of lending. He also discusses the peaks and deflation of spending with the switch between the Baby Boomer and current generations, and how this will affect America's economic future.

Mr. Dent also paints the dark picture of China’s future, where they are overbuilding just to keep their workers employed, which will become a worldwide crisis when their building bubble bursts. Jason and Mr. Dent talk about the condition of other countries and how everything interplays to lead to the next crash that Mr. Dent forecasts. He suggests some strategies for investors and what people might expect.

Using exciting new research developed from years of hands-on business experience, Harry S. Dent, Jr. offers a refreshingly positive and understandable view of the economic future. As a bestselling author on economics, Mr. Dent is the developer of The Dent Method - an economic forecasting approach based on changes in demographic trends.

In all of his past books since 1989, Dent saw an end to the Baby Boom spending cycle around the end of this decade. In his book, The Great Depression Ahead, (Free Press, 2009), Harry Dent outlined how this next great downturn is likely to unfold in three stages, with an interim boom stage between 2012 and 2017 before the long-term slowdown finally turns into the next global boom in the early 2020s. He continued to educate audiences about his predictions for the next and possibly last great bull market, from late 2005 into early to mid 2010.

Since 1992 he has authored two consecutive best sellers, The Roaring 2000s and The Roaring 2000s Investor (Simon and Schuster). In his latest book, The Next Great Bubble Boom, he offers a comprehensive forecast for the next two decades and explains how fundamental trends suggest strong growth ahead, followed by a longer-term economic contraction. Mr. Dent also publishes the HS Dent Forecast newsletter, which offers current analysis of economic and financial market trends.

Websites: 

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Jason Hartman discusses the net in/out flow of people/households of various U.S. cities. As well, big tech on trial, how many lies can you tell? Meet the Masters this weekend! And Jason shares some techniques to spice up your real estate marketing. 

Jason Hartman’s guest today is author of Was Jesus A Socialist?, Lawrence W. Reed. Jason and Lawrence clear up some confusion about socialism and communism. As well, Lawrence responds to the question, “Was Jesus A Socialist?” Lawrence goes on to share scripture interpretation and how we can learn about investing or magnifying wealth. Lastly, Hartman and Reed discuss The Great Depression and break down some myths about how it started. 

Meet The Masters 

Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Friday, July 31, 7 PM EDT, Saturday, August 1, 11 AM EDT, Sunday, August 2, 11 AM EDT

Guests: Ken McElroy, Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[3:20] Looking at the net in-flow and out-flow of people/households of various cities around the U.S.

[9:30] Big tech companies finally get called out! Sorry, Cook, Bezos, Zuck, Pichai.

[12:40] Listener Questions: What can I do if I can’t make Meet the Masters?

[16:15] “A realtor worth his salt” and other great ways to spice up your marketing. 

Lawrence W. Reed

[19:45] Let’s clear up a bit of confusion on the term socialism.

[21:45] How does socialism and communism compare/contrast?

[26:30] Was Jesus a socialist?

[29:00] What can scripture teach us about investing or magnifying wealth?

[32:30] Breaking myths of The Great Depression.

[35:30] Explaining government programs, FDR to present.

[38:45] No society that has ever lost its character, has kept its liberty

Websites: 

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Start doing! Jason Hartman speaks on a recent success, breaking away from the paralysis analysis, and diving in headfirst. This sentiment is further illustrated by a client expressing similar success. Sometimes it’s fine to have a little rational recklessness in your life. What can we learn from vintage pop culture?

Brian C. Adams returns to finish his discussion about commercial and residential real estate, inflation, and deflation. The fed hates deflation, so get ready for some inflation. How will some commercial spaces get reused? Will malls have a way paved for residential reuse, office, or medical? 

Meet The Masters 

Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Friday, July 31, 7 PM EDT, Saturday, August 1, 11 AM EDT, Sunday, August 2, 11 AM EDT

Guests: Ken McElroy, Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[2:00] Watch old movies, history in pop culture has its place.

[4:15] What might have happened if..?

[8:00] Hartman Philosophy; rational recklessness 

[11:00] Beware of paralysis of analysis

[13:00] Stop thinking so much, and start doing! You are your biggest obstacle.

Brian C. Adams

[20:00] How far through this pandemic do you think we are?

[21:20] The fed and congress have been flooding the capital market system with liquidity. 

[25:45] Will the development of tech push non-techies into a need for UBI? 

[26:25] Discussing office reuse. 

[29:45] Inflation will more than likely hit back.

[31:00] While the supply chain might be lacking, the price of construction seems to be substantially lower.

Websites: 

ExcelsiorGP.com

LinkedIn: Brian C. Adams

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Jason Hartman introduces Brian number one, the Hartman Media tech specialist, preparing for Meet The Masters XXII, Virtual! This new virtual version of the event will host two advanced chat rooms, to bring together the feel of an in-person event. 

Founder of Excelsior Capital, Brian Adams joins Jason Hartman today to discuss everything from millennials moving to the suburbs to the office market and how it’s changing post-pandemic. Public transportation is likely to continue its trend downward as the car will regain popularity in need for social distancing and health. 

Meet The Masters 

Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Friday, July 31, 7 PM EDT, Saturday, August 1, 11 AM EDT, Sunday, August 2, 11 AM EDT

Guests: Ken McElroy, Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Special LIVESTREAM: Tuesday Evening, 8 PM EDT

“The History of Bubbles”

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Key Takeaways:

[2:00] Introducing Brian, the Hartman Media Tech Specialists. 

[8:20] It’s 5 o’clock somewhere, especially with virtual events. Meet the Masters details.

[11:00] Uhaul is an excellent source of real estate information. 

[12:00] Florida, the number one destination for movers, according to Uhaul, in 2019. Texas slipped back to number 2.

[19:30] Millennials, it’s not all Brooklynn bars and avocado toast, now they are trending towards suburban areas. 

[24:00] Speaking on the logistical challenges of a vaccine for COVID-19

[26:15] What do you see for the office property market?

[28:30] Suburban offices have a better chance of surviving the pandemic than high-density urban areas.

[31:15] Companies moving more towards mothership and hub and spoke models. 

[33:15] Are any new deals going on in the office market?

Websites: 

ExcelsiorGP.com

LinkedIn: Brian C. Adams

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JasonHartman.com/Webinar

www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

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Jason Hartman prepares for the first major virtual event of the network, Meet the Masters XXII. Today’s guest is Chief Investment Officer of KraneShares, Brendan Ahern.

What are the relations with China looking like for the US and the rest of the globe? Brendan Ahern of the ChinaLastNight.com blog updates Jason Hartman on what he sees with China’s economy. Brendan touches on China’s ability to re-establish trust and how it might change from being such a widely export-dependent country. 

Special LIVESTREAM: Tuesday Evening, 8 PM EDT

“The History of Bubbles”

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Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Ken McElroy, Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[4:45] Portfolio Acquisition Calculator, Thanks Ross

[6:15] Meet the Master: Virtual Forum 

Brendan Ahern

[9:30] Where is China now, in regards to reopening?

[11:15] How will China re-establish trust moving forward?

[14:15] How have the trade negotiations changed before and after COVID-19?

[17:45] “Even investing has become politicized.”

[21:45] China realized that being very export-dependent made them susceptible to downturns.

[28:30] Tourism has stopped, and not just in Hong Kong.

Websites: 

kranshares.com

ChinaLastNight.com

JasonHartman.com/Asset

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This episode of Flashback Friday was originally published: April 4, 2012

Join Jason Hartman and consulting economist, John Williams, for a discussion about how government statistics don’t paint the whole picture of economic conditions. Many years ago, John realized that GNP (now GDP) numbers were faulty, causing his clients’ sales forecasting models to no longer work.

This eventually led John into lengthy research of the history and nature of the government’s economic reporting. John explains how the numbers reported by the government hide important information; for example, true unemployment rates, which fail to include the unemployed no longer receiving unemployment benefits and those who are underemployed. Inflation statistics are misrepresented, which affects GDP.

Following changes in CPI methodology, the Consumer Price Index understates inflation significantly. John points out that cost of living increases were based on inflation data, but with the numbers so skewed, the increases are no longer representative of the actual costs. He provides a history of how these changes came about and how it has affected commerce, social security and payroll. John feels roughly seven percentage points should be added to real inflation rates in our current economy.

Walter J. "John" Williams was born in 1949. He received an A.B. in Economics, cum laude, from Dartmouth College in 1971, and was awarded a M.B.A. from Dartmouth's Amos Tuck School of Business Administration in 1972, where he was named an Edward Tuck Scholar. During his career as a consulting economist, John has worked with individuals as well as Fortune 500 companies. He has been doing private consulting for nearly 30 years and is a specialist in government economic reporting.

John’s research into the government’s statistics took place over a number of years, during which he conducted surveys among business economists as to the quality of government statistics, and his results led to front page stories in the New York Times and Investors Business Daily, considerable coverage in the broadcast media and a joint meeting with representatives of all the government’s statistical agencies.

Despite minor changes to the system, government reporting has deteriorated sharply in the last decade or so. At the request of his old friend, the late Doug Gillespie, John wrote a series of articles on the quality of government statistics. The response to those writings (the Primer Series) was so strong that he started Shadow Government Statistics in 2004. He publishes a newsletter as part of his private economic consulting services.

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Freddie Mac is promoting homeownership; what does that mean? Jason Hartman answers that question and if it hurts or helps homeownership. Is there a chance that we could live in a world without Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac? Ali Wolf of Myers Research says that our homes became the only constant in these times. Jason talks on this briefly before discussing the increase in existing home sales. Lastly, NYC - how bad is it? The rental numbers have changed dramatically and don’t show any signs of changing for the better. 

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Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Ken McElroy, Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[2:20] Freddie Mac celebrates a 50th anniversary and $10 trillion in funding the ‘American Dream’ - Does this promote or hurt homeownership?

[4:45] What happens when you flood a market with money?

[8:45] Can we live in a world without Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?

[12:45] Ali Wolf of Myers Research says that our homes became the only constant, in trying times.

[17:30] Highest month over month increase in at least 20 years for existing-home sales. 

[18:00] Graphics at JasonHartman.com/podcast 

[24:30] Real unemployment numbers: Coming Next Week

[26:00] NYC rentals? The city is emptying fast. The number of new rentals has fallen 36% from a year ago.

[28:30] NYC average rental price: $4032

Websites: 

JasonHartman.com/Asset

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

Jason Hartman Quick Start

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Big cities are likely going to suffer from the mass exodus. Wuhan, China, has already seen a rent reduction. Jason Hartman discusses the high-density departure as well as the collapse of the state tax revenue. 

Rabbi Moffic joins Jason to break down the value of a home asset. As well, they discuss the concept of economic rent and how investors can profit from multi-generational living. 

Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Ken McElroy, Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[3:45] Big cities are likely to suffer from an exodus. 

[6:45] 6% - Current rent reductions in Wuhan, China since COVID-19

[8:00] The tax revenue from the states has completely collapsed.

[16:30] Understanding the concept of economic rent being in the rentier class.

[20:45] When you buy a house, you purchase an asset that cannot be duplicated. 

[25:16] Compared to the amount of money creating, inflation has been low. 

[33:00] Briefly, how can investors profit from multi-generational living?

Websites: 

JasonHartman.com/Asset

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

Jason Hartman Quick Start

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (Libsyn)

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Jason Hartman discusses time and position for investing in multi-family vs single-family homes. 

Necessity is the mother of all invention, so let's talk about creative destruction. The world is fast-tracking technology, and everyone is on zoom. The changes to our everyday culture have changed due to coronavirus. Jason and Evan discuss being adaptable to your environment and how to position yourself properly. 

What is a rentier ränˈtyā? Be a part of the elite, provide a service and safety, and understand economic rent. 

Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Ken McElroy, Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[1:30] $775 Billion Child and Elder Care Plan funded by Real Estate Taxes?

[6:45] Have you heard about Gab Social Network?

[9:30] A Listener Question: Multi-Family vs Single Family residences? What's the best strategy?

[15:30] Search the interwebs, on your computer-machine, "Tragedy of The Commons".

Evan Moffic

[26:00] Necessity is the mother of invention, talking about creative destruction. 

[27:15] Location isn't as important anymore: the big city has less draw. You can live anywhere in the world now with the work-from-home application. 

[31:15] You've got to be adaptable in an environment like this. 

[32:45] The answer to any reasonable question is yes. 

[33:00] The Rentier Class

[40:00] Some economic ideas, even Keynesian ideas, are counterintuitive. 

Websites: 

JasonHartman.com/Asset

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www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

Jason Hartman Quick Start

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Yes, it's true - we are looking at a modified square root recovery. Jason Hartman shares a brief analysis of our economic recovery, what to expect, and how to position yourself for financial comfort. The single-family home proves yet again to have sustainability through the test of time. Building permits for multi-family homes are down in comparison. 

Dan Millman, the author of The Life You Were Born To Live, is here to discuss the loneliness epidemic and his recent book. The question surrounding this discussion is, "What do I want to look back on five years from now when this is behind us?" Dan and Jason discuss the challenges of constraints but the creativity that comes from it. How will people cope with the loneliness epidemic?

Key Takeaways:

[6:30] The economy is facing a modified square root recovery. 

[10:00] When looking at recent permit building activity, multi-family is down, and single-family is up! 

[15:00] Guest Dan Millman

[17:45] How will people cope with the loneliness epidemic? Will coronavirus impact our interaction with technology in a positive way?

[20:00] There's a vast difference between not being able to eat, and choosing not to eat.

[23:00] Constraints breed creativity.

[26:00] Athlete's understand the law of presence. 

[30:15] Are we spiritually weight lifting now?

[33:45] Being at home, and less stimulated is tuning up our RAS, reticular activating system.

[234:45] "Right now, humanity is going through a transformation, and no one promised that it will always be pleasant." -Millman

[39:00] What do I want to look back on five or ten years from now? How did I treat this period?

Websites:

peacefulwarrior.com

JasonHartman.com/Asset

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www.JasonHartman.com/properties

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This Episode of Flashback Friday was originally published on March 8, 2012

Whether you’re trying to get a raise at your job, solve a relationship problem, or deal with a stubborn child, negotiating is a daily part of our lives, and every human interaction is affected by emotion and logic or rationalization. Jason Hartman interviews Stuart Diamond, the author of "Getting More: How to Negotiate to Achieve Your Goals in the Real World" on improving negotiating skills and interactions with others in order to “get more.” Stuart stresses the importance of making the human connection and finding the pictures in people’s heads, knowing them better in order to better meet their needs, which gives a person a more competitive edge and adds tremendous wealth to any deal.

Emotions play a huge part in all interactions. “Emotions destroy negotiations because they distract people from their goals,” says Stuart. When people get emotional, they stop listening, and it becomes a priority to find out a person’s emotional temperature before proceeding on any deal. Stuart talks about key points in how people should treat one another, stating how people today have a lack of trust in one another and have a tendency to demonize one another rather than using simple solutions to solve conflicts. “Fighting is the last choice; not the first choice,” explains Stuart.

Stuart Diamond has taught and advised on negotiation and cultural diversity to corporate and government leaders in more than 40 countries, including in Eastern Europe, former Soviet Republics, China, Latin America, the Middle East, Canada, South Africa and the United States. He holds an M.B.A. with honors from Wharton Business School, ranked #1 globally by The Financial Times where he is currently a professor from practice. For more than 90% of the semesters over the past 15 years his negotiation course has been the most popular in the school based on the course auction, and he has won multiple teaching awards. He has taught negotiation at Harvard Law School, from which he holds a law degree and is a former Associate Director of the Harvard Negotiation Project. He has directed a negotiation consulting firm in Cambridge, MA.

Mr. Diamond is president of Global Strategy Group, which advises companies and governments on negotiating foreign investment and devising strategies, structures and marketing to compete effectively on an international scale: essentially the skills of planning and persuasion. He advises senior corporate and government officials on building internal coalitions and harmony to be more effective and competitive in an environment of constant change.

He has analyzed competitive and persuasive strategies for organizations as different as Merck, Citibank, General Electric, BASF, Prudential, the Government of Colombia, a $16 billion petrochemical company in China and scientists in Ukraine. He advises U.S. and foreign companies on developing more effective communications and media relations, strategic focus, problem-solving, creative options, and persuading vendors and customers. He is an expert in cross-cultural negotiation and has advised on the subject to executives of some of the world's leading companies. He has consulted extensively for the United Nations. In a prior career Mr. Diamond, who also holds a B.A. in English from Rutgers University, was a journalist. He wrote extensively, including at Newsday and The New York Times, where he won the Pulitzer Prize as a part of a team investigating the crash of the space shuttle Challenger in 1986.

He covered many major crises including the Bhopal chemical leak in India, the Three Mile Island nuclear accident in Pennsylvania and the Chernobyl nuclear accident in the former Soviet Union. He has written two books, two documentary films and more than 2,000 published articles, dozens on page one of The New York Times. He has appeared on Today and Good Morning America and lectured widely about the problems and prospects of emerging markets, and international business challenges in an environment of change. His new book on negotiation,Getting More, was published by Random House in December 2010, and became a New York Times Bestseller in January 2011.

Mr. Diamond was an executive of a Wall Street energy futures brokerage firm, for which he negotiated a multimillion dollar sale. He has worked at the law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell and the investment bank of Morgan Stanley. He founded or directed entrepreneurial ventures in medical services and wireless technologies. He has advised on environmental regulations, privatization and intellectual property protection in emerging markets from Chile to Kuwait. He advised the President's office in Bolivia, Colombia and Nicaragua.

He persuaded 3,000 people in the jungles of Bolivia to stop growing illicit coca and to start growing bananas exported to Argentina. He advises a variety of high technology companies and in 2000 played a lead role in putting together a $300 million merger of two high-tech companies that had been on the verge of litigation. He became the first chairman of the merged companies, Summus, Inc., listed on OTC. In 2004 he represented the borrower in completing the largest foreign-sourced commercial financing in the history of Ukraine, a $107.5 million Eurobond issue to finance commercial space ventures. In June, 2005, he became Chairman and CEO of Four Star Aviation of St. Thomas, in which he is a 50% owner.

In 2006 he represented The N.Y Commodities Exchange in the successful negotiation of electronic trading rights with the N.Y. Mercantile Exchange. In 2008, he provided the process that enabled the Writer's Guild to settle their strike with the studios in Hollywood. Diamond has taught negotiation at the business schools of Columbia, NYU, USC, UCal/Berkeley, and at Oxford and Penn Law School, where he is an Adjunct Professor.

Participants have included managers and executives from 51 of the Global 100 companies and 124 of the Global 500, including IBM, Microsoft, JP Morgan, Exxon, Honda, Hewlett Packard, Yahoo, G.E., Lucent, Japan Airlines, SAP, Prudential, and leaders from a broad range of disciplines, including medicine, law, high technology, manufacturing, energy, chemicals, politics, information, biotechnology, sales, mergers & acquisitions. He has taught extensively in executive programs at Wharton and elsewhere to very high ratings.

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Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Ken McElroy, Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

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“I’m an income property investor, and I love inflation!” Say it with me. Jason Hartman reveals the hidden wealth creator in the income property equation. 

Nobody wants to live in high-density areas anymore. It’s gone beyond the fear of coronavirus. Investment counselor, Doug, talks with Jason about Inflation, Inflation, Inflation. As well, Doug and Jason discuss the middle-class fiction. What is happening to our middle-class, and how can we learn to create wealth? Finally, rent is due, and residential tenants are paying, but are commercial real estate landlords having the same good fortune through pandemic times? Everyone is working from home, and most people are enjoying it. 

LIVESTREAM: Sunday Morning, Coffee Tok (Talk) 11 AM EDT

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Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Ken McElroy, Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[1:00] Flashback to 1969: Unemployment rates, federal spending, federal debt, and the inflation rate (even tethered to gold)..all of this and the cost of a new home in 1969.

[6:45] “I love inflation.”

[10:30] Nobody wants to live in high-density areas anymore. It’s more than just coronavirus urging persons to move to suburban areas.

[13:00] We are watching the ultimate collapse of the “middle-class fiction.”

[17:30] The whole middle class is being hollowed out. 

[20:45] Rent stability seems to be almost on par with previous years.

[24:00] Commercial tenants are having a much bigger problem paying rent when compared to residential tenants. 

[28:00] Inflation, Inflation, Inflation. 

[34:45] If you give the government unlimited authority to deal with the climate, it won’t fix it. Instead, you’ll have an authoritarian government with an equal or worse climate. 

[39:30] People can work remotely, and they like it!

Websites: 

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Are banks preparing for defaults on auto, credit cards, etc? Jason Hartman brings you financial updates across the US.

Jason Hartman is joined today by Chris Skinner, Chairman at the Financial Services Club and founder of Finanser. Chris has authored the books: Digital Bank: Strategies to Launch or Become a Digital Bank, Digital Human: The Fourth Revolution of Humanity Includes Everyone, and Doing Digital: Lessons from Leaders.

Jason and Chris talk about the future and the role that technology plays in it, or the lack of a role for humankind. This tech-talk touches on modern banking technology, how to start a bank with $50k. Lastly, robotics and philosophy. What is our purpose when work is in the hands of robots? 

Join Us Live: LiveStreaming: Tonight! July 15 @8PM.EDT

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Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Ken McElroy, Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[1:30] Has COVID-19 brought an end to helicopter parenting?

[6:15] The banks are stockpiling money. What does this mean?

[14:00] The tax bill that we thought lowered people's taxes will substantially increase people's taxes. Find out how with George Gammon. 

Chris Skinner

[17:15] Banks have been challenged technologically because they have not updated their systems

[19:00] Antiquated banking systems are often referred to as spaghetti structures that need updates recently forced by COVID-19.

[19:30] Big banks are too big to fail.

[22:00] What makes Stripe such a standout business regarding FinTech Companies?

[27:30] Everyday living is in the new hip and cool bank. 

[28:45] Can anyone launch a digital bank?

[32:00] Switching gears to robotics and technology in the future.

[35:00] There have been two significant behavioral shifts immediately since this lockdown.

[38:00] On robotics and essential work, what happens when people no longer need to work?

Websites: 

TheFinanser.com

ChrisSkinner.Global

JasonHartman.com/Asset

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www.JasonHartman.com

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Jason Hartman responds to listener questions about renting versus owning their homes. If you are living in a cyclical market, it may be to your advantage to rent. A big congratulations go out to a multi-generational family of real estate investors through the Jason Hartman Network. Stay ahead of the curve, and invest in ideas that make sense the day you get them. 

New York and California, and similar high-density areas are having trouble enforcing social distancing. How will this affect possible migrations away from densely populated areas and the commercial property surrounding? As these changes are made, and retail spaces are being modified, what kind of zoning problems might come up?

Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Ken McElroy, Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[2:00] “A year from now, you may wish you had started today.” -Karen Lamb

[4:45] Checking in with some listener questions. 

[11:45] “Skate to where the puck is going” -Gretzky .. Away from high-density cities and into suburban areas. 

Josh Simon

[17:45] How will New York and California, or any other high-density area, enforce social distancing? 

[22:35] How will specialized asset classes do through coronavirus, like self-storage?

[24:00] Are we going to see zoning issues turning some of these commercial spaces into alternative uses?

Websites: 

SimonCRE.com

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Be successful at anything! Jason Hartman shares wisdom on success from the simple idea of making distinctions and understanding nuances. As well, commodities investing is looking pretty rosy. Homebuilders are making up for the lost time. This rise in construction is causing a boom in demand for rebar and forest products such as lumber. This boom is also due to some growing DIY trends. 

Jason Hartman talks with Josh Simon, distinguishing different types of commercial real estate, and how they were affected by coronavirus. Most of the media was publishing that commercial real estate is suffering, but it's important to distinguish what kind. Commercial spaces have shifted from experiential to essential, but most successful companies are making adjustments along the way. 

Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Ken McElroy, Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[1:00] Let's talk about making distinctions and understanding nuances. 

[7:00] Commodities investing looking pretty rosy?

[9:45] Home builders making up for lost time causes a boom in demand for rebar and forest products such as lumber. 

[11:00] Mexico's industrial production has cratered. 

Josh Simon

[13:45] While the news has published what they call disaster in retail spaces, Josh Simon clarifies exactly which retail spaces are struggling the most.

[18:15] Commercial space has moved mainly from experiential to essential.

[11:25] The grocery store will likely get smaller over time, with the center store's needs shrinking. 

[26:45] Discussing the trend of businesses adapting to the drive-thru, curbside and to-go services. 

[30:30] Analyzing commercial real estate stats for rent collection

Websites: 

SimonCRE.com

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

Jason Hartman Quick Start

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (Libsyn)

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This episode of FlashBack Friday was Originally Released: December 13, 2011

Join Jason Hartman and Doug Casey of Casey Research for a candid discussion about the condition of America and what is to come. Doug feels we needed a depression, but it doesn’t have to be as long and dismal as it’s going to be for most people. The U.S. government has gone about everything completely opposite of the right way; it’s totally bankrupt. They’re selling money/debt to the Federal Reserve because no other country in the world wants to buy our devalued American dollar. Doug feels for the average American because he/she is not going to profit from it and is going to be turned into a common serf. Pension funds are in trouble and are nothing more than the government’s scheme to finance its debt.

We may see more wars in the future as politicians look for someone to blame, as happened in the Great Depression of the 1930s. The rich will be those that own real estate around the world. Doug feels it’s too early to buy U.S. real estate unless it’s bought with low-interest, fixed-rate mortgages because the debt will be inflated away. Sharing a position with Jason, Doug is not a fan of the stock market and feels that commodities are going to eventually bottom out with all of the new nanotechnology.

While he’s still bullish on commodities because he’s bearish on the dollar, Doug recommends buying real estate in other parts of the world, using Rothschild’s philosophy of buying when blood is running in the streets. Our biggest enemy is our government, so people must diversify politically, geographically, internationally, and most Americans don’t know anything about it. Looking at stocks, while Doug wants nothing to do with them for the most part, he sees mining stocks moving. They’re relatively cheap right now and while they’re a speculative venture, with thorough research, one can find a few good mining companies that are seeing strong returns.

Inflation is going to get a lot higher because the government has no choice but to print money to pay its debts. It’s the 11th hour and now is the time to act, to position yourself to ride out the storm. Doug’s guess is that when all of this bottoms, mortgage money will not exist and people the world over will have to purchase property with cash. They will be paying real value versus the inflated values of mortgage companies. Doug expresses his concern that our current economic situation is very serious. As he looks around, he doesn’t see any real bargains.

We’re still in the eye of the hurricane, and he forecasts that as we go back into the storm, it’s going to be a lot uglier than it was in 2008. He calls this the Greater Depression. This is a time when you don’t want to be rooted to a spot like a plant. In turbulent times, plants usually get eaten up. Doug is a widely respected preeminent authority on “rational speculation,” especially in the high-potential natural resource sector.

He is a high respected author, publisher and professional investor, and graduated from Georgetown University in 1968. Since that time, Doug has literally written the book on profiting from times of economic turmoil. He is the author of Crisis Investing, which spent multiple weeks on the New York Times bestseller list in the No. 1 position, and became the best-selling financial book of 1980.

Doug also authored Strategic Investing, breaking the record by receiving the largest advance ever paid for a financial book at that time. Doug’s next book, The International Man, was the most sold book in the history of Rhodesia. Doug Casey has been a featured guest on such TV shows and radio shows as David Letterman, Merv Griffin, Charlie Rose, Phil Donahue, Regis Philbin, Maury Povich, NBC News and CNN. He has also been the topic of numerous features in periodicals, such as Time, Forbes, People, and the Washington Post.

Doug divides his time between homes in Aspen, Colorado, Auckland, New Zealand, and Salta Argentina. He has written newsletters and alert services for sophisticated investors for over 28 years. He has lived in 10 countries and visited over 175. In addition to having served as a trustee on the Board of Governors of Washington College and Northwoods University, Doug has been a director and advisor to nine different financial corporations. Doug is currently the founder of Casey Research, a research company that watches every sector, looking for opportunities in the world.

Casey Research is a believer in free markets and understands the fundamental reality that the more a government interferes in a market, the more likely there will be consequences…negative for those unaware, but positive for those who are aware. More details about Casey Research can be found at their website:http://www.caseyresearch.com/cwc. Also, this PDF is from Doug’s view of War on Terror: http://my.caseyresearch.com/pdfs/crTcr20111116102350.pdf?ppref=RIV012SR1211A


Jason Hartman shares an update on homebuyer demand and yet another article discussing the need for suburban life. However, this article states that the suburban life demand predates the coronavirus, but that COVID-19 and social distancing added fuel to the fire.

Wolff and Hartman discuss the disproportionate pay between CEO and workers. The CEO to worker compensation ratio has changed dramatically. Wolff states that a cooperative/directorship might work using the example of The Mondragon Corporation.  

Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[1:35] Homebuyer demand Update! 

[5:45] "In the 2018 tax bill that we thought lowered people's taxes, will increase people's taxes over the long run by switching the CPI measurement." - George Gammon

[13:30] Some say that the suburban life interest isn't so new, but that social distancing has added to the demand. 

[20:00] Returning Guest Richard D. Wolff

[20:45] How do we solve the issue of disproportionate pay between boss/worker, redistribution? 

[24:00] How would a company run with a representative republic, cooperative, or directorship?

[25:10] Successful Co-op, The Mondragon Corporation. 

[31:45] What is the Yellow Vests Movement?

Websites:

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www.democracyatwork.info

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Direct download: CW_1503_Richard_Wolff_Part_2.mp3
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Jason Hartman speaks on financial literacy in the US. Foreign buying dries up, easing the way for domestic buyers. Jason poses the question, how have American commercial spaces changed, particularly when looking at the decreasing foot traffic of gyms, a commercial space that has done quite well in the past. 

Dr. Richard D. Wolff, professor of economics and author of Understanding Marxismjoins Jason Hartman today, discussing the global economic meltdown. Wolff shares his interpretation of marxism and why he believes that is has been poorly applied. As well, Hartman and Wolff discuss capitalism in America, the perception and the reality. 

Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Sharon Lechter, Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[3:45] Meet the Masters, Guest Speaker Announcement: Woman of the Year (2013), Author of Outwitting the Devil, The Secret to Freedom and Success, and Co-Authored the Rich Dad, Poor Dad Series. 

[8:00] FDI and the success of foreigners owning US assets, has is slowed?

[16:00] Foreign investors in specifically residential investments, 33.2 Billion! But this is the lowest annual number since 2011.

[17:00] Let's talk about the decrease in foot traffic at American gyms.

Dr. Richard D. Wolff

[20:15] Was Karl Marx's ideas applied wrong?

[26:45] "A liberal and a marxist are not the same things."

[28:30] What is a Marxist? 

[30:45] Capitalism didn't make the break from fatalism and slavery that it thought it did. 

[34:45] Did any country have genuine pure marxism?

[38:30] "There's a reason that a very small number of people are capitalists (entrepreneur) and a very large number of people are workers" - Wolff

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In the US, we live an economy that is 70% consumer spending. Where one sees frugality as a virtue, they now view it as a vice. Jason Hartman and Rabbi Moffic discuss the Paradox of Thrift and how we should approach spending, saving, and investing in these pandemic times. When we dissect capitalism, communism, marxism, socialism, etc., do any of these reflect hints of something natural? 

Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[2:15] Jason and Evan talk about the Paradox of Thrift.

[7:15] Frugality was once looked at as a virtue but is now viewed as a vice. 

[9:15] Capitalism, communism, marxism, socialism. Are any of these natural?

[15:00] The paradox of thrift; We have to spend money to keep the economy going, but we also have to save money to build wealth.

[20:00] There are no fiscally conservative politicians anymore.

[23:00] The circular flow economic model relies on the velocity of money.

[24:35] Can we ever become savers again?

[27:00] Say’s Law; production of something creates demand for something else.

Websites:

1-800-HARTMAN

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Jason Hartman Quick Start

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We all have biases, and whether we are aware of them or not, they are directing our decisions moving forward or not moving at all. Jason Hartman shares the pros and cons of a few choice biases that play a significant role in your investment. As well as breaking down bias shared worldwide, Jason introduces some named and explicitly designed for investing. While regular listeners may be able to see the connection from episode to episode, these biases have multiple applications. 

Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 – August 2

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Guests: Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[4:00] “If you choose not to decide, you have made a choice.” -Rush

[8:30] Discussing the bogus real estate metric, that is, “return on equity. “

[10:00] Biases from the Chartered Financial Institute, CFA.

[11:30] The Savings Bias

[15:15] Opportunity Cost Bias

[17:00] Over-confidence Bias

[18:30] The Virtue of Selfishness, Ayn Rand

[20:24] Love is Letting Go of Fear by Gerald G. Jampolsky

[21:35] Availability Bias

[22:15] Loss Aversion Bias

[25:15] Breaking down bias into two categories; cognitive and emotional.

[25:25] Endowment Bias

[30:00] Introducing; The Compared To What Bias

[33:00] Understanding the importance of a checklist, from the perspective of a pilot. 

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1-800-HARTMAN

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Jason Hartman Quick Start

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This episode of FlashBack Friday was Originally Released: November 29, 2011 

Join Jason Hartman and author and chief economist at Blackhorse Asset Management in Singapore, Richard Duncan, as they discuss the global economic crisis, how it came about, where we are now, and what happens next. Richard talks about the history of the Great Depression and how we’re back in that same spot today. Richard also shares his solution to permanently end the crisis.

Richard Duncan is the author of The Dollar Crisis: Causes, Consequences, Cures, his prediction of the current global economic disaster, and his new book, The Corruption of Capitalism, a strategy to rebalance the global economy and restore sustainable growth. Richard is an equities analyst, beginning his career in Hong Kong in 1986, and has served as global head of investment strategy at ABN AMRO Asset Management in London, worked as a financial sector specialist for the World Bank in Washington, D.C., as well as headed equity research departments for James Capel Securities and Salomon Brothers in Bangkok and worked as a consultant for the IMF in Thailand during the Asia Crisis. His current position is chief economist at Blackhorse Asset Management in Singapore.

Richard graduated from Vanderbilt University in literature and economics, and Babson College in international finance. He spent a year between the two universities backpacking around the world.

Richard Duncan has appeared on many major media outlets, including CNBC, CNN, BBC, Bloomberg Television, and BBC World Service Radio. He has published articles in The Financial Times, The Far East Economic Review, FinanceAsia and CFO Asia. He is a well-known speaker, having appeared before The World Economic Forum’s East Asia Economic Summit in Singapore, The EuroFinance Conference in Copenhagen, The Chief Financial Officers’ Roundtable in Shanghai, and The World Knowledge Forum in Seoul.

Websites:

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Jason Hartman Quick Start

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Jason Hartman talks about the uniqueness of the US real estate market, or shall we call it the advantage? The US market has consistency and a better rule of law. As well, the US has greater data transparency and tools for research and understanding comps. Also, the housing market recovery index. What does the housing market recovery index report right now?

Adam Robinson returns to the show to further his discussion with Jason about macroeconomics. A system based on radical consumption is a losing battle. How has this shaped us, and how has the coronavirus changed how we eat, dress, consume, and even view real estate?

Webinar:

JasonHartman.com/FloridaGeorgia

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Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 - August 2

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Guests: Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[2:00] What’s happening with Hong Kong?

[5:00] The US real estate market is so unique with a better rule of law, greater data transparency, and access to many tools. 

[8:00] Thou shalt not gamble. -Jason Hartman Commandment No. 5

[12:45] The housing market recovery index says that things are lookin’ good!

[15:35] Certain cities had the greatest recoveries, but did they also have the greatest declines?

[16:30] The Hartman Index?

Adam Robinson Part 2

[22:10] A system based on radical consumption is a losing battle. 

[25:45] Let’s break away for a Google/Psychology session. 

[31:00] Our home life has changed so much. How we eat, dress, and purchase things have shifted because of the Stay-At-Home orders. 

Websites:

IAmAdamRobinson.com

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

Jason Hartman Quick Start

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (Libsyn)

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Direct download: CW_1498_Global_Macro_Advisor_Part_2.mp3
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The Dow, Nasdaq, and S&P 500 are all having their best quarters in a long time thanks to the endless bailout programs. Jason Hartman discusses the shape of this recovery, why it’s working, and how long it can keep going.

Adam Robinson is on the show today to take a deep dive into the collapse of a global market. It’s not just about inflation and deflation, it’s understanding the collapse of the velocity of money. Now, the majority is trying to understand negative interest rates. 

Webinar:

JasonHartman.com/FloridaGeorgia

Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 - August 2

Guests: Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[1:25] Major US stock averages posted their best quarter in decades.

[6:00] The US can keep the bailout game going a long time!

[12:30] The recovery that started out like a “V” is changing shape. But to what shape? 

Adam Robinson

[21:00] Millennials, Gen Z, or people in the prime of their life, able to afford Manhattan are looking to migrate away from high-density areas. 

[23:00] Are we looking at a collapse in the global economy?

[29:15] What would the economy look like if everyone got a check for $100k? 

[33:10] Inflation and deflation aside, what we care about, is the velocity of money, which has collapsed. 

[35:45] With negative interest rates, you’re paid to own gold.

Websites:

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

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Familiarity breeds complacency. Jason Hartman and investment counselor Sara talk briefly on insuring quality products for client and investor satisfaction. In 3,000 years, we have never seen interest rates so low. Banks have pulled back sharply on lending for anything. 

Pat Donohoe returns to the show to discuss how it is that an economy grows. The keyword here is debt. Debt is priced into everything and used for growth.

Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 - August 2

Guests: Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[2:00] Out with the old and, in with the new local market specialists. How to ghost the guys in which you don’t want to do business. 

[6:15] Banks have pulled back sharply on lending to US consumers.

[12:20] Interest rates are the lowest they’ve been in 3,000 years! 

Pat Donohoe

[17:25] Have the rules changed in an era of riots and civil unrest?

[20:45] Sometimes, you need contrast to understand the value of one system.

[25:00] If someone makes a poor choice, there is no bailout. 

[29:00] Debt is priced into everything. It fuels the economy.  

[30”45] If you want to create real wealth, you simply must have capital formation.

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www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

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Jason Hartman hosts today’s show on a booming economy and real estate market. How can one make sense of an economy with so much intervention? New home listings are on the rise but the luxury home market does not have as much growth in comparison. Whether it’s new homes or luxury homes, people are looking away from high-density areas for the purchase of their next home.

Be the arbitrager, not just a landlord. Real estate investing is a multi-dimensional asset with many moving parts and opportunities to capitalize on your money. From the basic monthly profit to inflation-induced debt destruction, master your understanding of real estate investing. Get ready for Meet the Masters, Virtual.

Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 - August 2

Guests: Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Key Takeaways:

[1:25] Very few things make sense in an economy that has this much intervention. 

[2:00] New homes listings will soon breach the pre-COVID level.

[4:00] Luxury home markets see only 25 of 94 markets on the rise.  

[7:40] New listings of higher-end homes have been down by 46% while less expensive homes were down by 32%. This is an inventory decline across the board. 

[9:25] realtor.com shows numbers proving that people are looking for homes away from high-density areas. 

[11:20] Stock and bonds are fiat money. It is paper with no intrinsic value.

[14:00] Listen for the recapitulation of the IIDD, inflation-induced debt destruction.

[17:00] Is a real estate investor just someone who rents houses?

[19:45] How can you financialize your life more?

[21:30] The people closest to the money, get the richest.

[24:00] Trickle-down economics vs trickle-up economics. 

[26:00] As Richard Cantillon discussed, “the more local you are to the money, the more you will be enriched by it.”

[27:10] I’m an arbitrager, not just a landlord. 

[30:00] If you don’t have a plan for your life, you’re going to become someone else’s plan. 

[31:00] Final thoughts on the Cantillon Effect

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This episode of FlashBack Friday was Originally Released: January 14, 2015

Today on the Creating Wealth show, Jason returns from the Meet the Masters event and tells his listeners that he still believes that investing within the United States is your best option as oppose to internationally. He also introduces his guest Dr. Ben Carson on the show where they talk about the medical system, debt, big government, and Ben's latest book entitled One Nation.

Key Takeaways:

[2:00] Should you invest internationally or nationally?

[7:10] Arthur C Clarke once said, “The only thing we can be sure about the future is that it'll be absolutely fantastic.”

[9:45] Touches a little bit on the Meet the Masters event.

[12:45] We have so many bad examples of what big government is, yet history keeps repeating itself.

[15:00] Dr. Ben Carson talks about alternatives that would make the medical system better.

[17:50] “Those who want to fundamentally change America, know that you first must divide Americans.” - Ben Carson

[18:00] Ben talks about what his latest book, One Nation, is about.

[22:10] Detroit is the poster child for big government disaster.

[25:45] If we just obey, then the government wins by default.

[29:25] The United States has the highest corporate tax rate in the world, which is why businesses are taking their locations overseas instead.

[33:00] Ben talks about how you can get enough courage to take control and achieve your American dream.

Websites:

RealBenCarson.com

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

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Debt, deficit, GDP, and IMF. Jason Hartman clears up some confusion and expresses some views on the constant flow of relief funds. As well, some news about the upcoming Meet The Masters, Virtual Sofa Summit. Mark your calendars for July 31 thru August 2. 

He is one of the most famous economic investigative journalists of all time, Jason Hartman interviews James B. Steel. Jason ask James about the decimated middle class, how did we get here, and how can we get out? As well, James touches on health care and the American dream, and how to make the middle class viable again.

Meet The Masters Virtual: July 31 - August 2

Harry Dent, George Gammon, Sean Carroll

Book: 

America What Went Wrong, The Crisis Deepens by Donald Barlett & James B. Steele

Key Takeaways:

[3:30] Let’s talk about the IMF’s new report, (International Monetary Fund).

[5:00] Global debt vs global GDP.

[6:45] Clarifying debt and deficit. 

[8:45] Keep the relief fund flowing, regardless of the debt and deficit?

James B. Steele

[13:45] The middle class has been decimated, without a real dollar raise in four decades. How can this be?

[18:00] Discussing how the median income is behind pace.

[22:30] The free market has been wonderful for this country but it cannot solve this problem we’re in.

[26:00] How could health care be solved?

[30:00] Who are the global money men?

[31:00] Is there hope for the American dream?

[34:15] The solution; what is the foundation that makes the middle class viable again?

Websites:

barlettandsteele.com

JasonHartman.com/asset

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

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www.JasonHartman.com/properties

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Jason Hartman talks about the U.S. dollar and its strength through pandemic times, while Steven Roach has differing opinions. Will the dollar decline because of coronavirus or will the global currency maintain its value? Also, record low interest rates caused the sale of new homes to jump in May. 

Brent Johnson returns to the show to discuss the broad term currency as it pertains to gold, the U.S. dollar, and many other currencies around the world. Brent shares his views on gold and the role it plays. As well, Brent and Jason discuss what is needed for money to be loaned into existence. 

Key Takeaways:

[1:42] Steven Roach’s new prediction. 

[2:45] The ‘Sofa Summit,’ Meet the Masters 22nd Anniversary, in virtual style new dates: July 31st (Friday Evening), Saturday and Sunday, August 1st and 2nd. With keynote speaker, Harry Dent!

[4:45] Will the dollar decline because of Coronavirus? 

[14:00] Sales of new homes jumped in May due to low interest rates.

Brent Johnson

[18:35] Let’s talk about gold and the role it plays.

[25:00] Because money is loaned into existence, you need monetary velocity or credit expansion to be taking place. 

[28:00] What about military tensions?

[32:45] How delicate is our economy that corporate giants need bailouts as bad as family-owned restaurants?

Websites:

JasonHartman.com/asset

SantiagoCapital.com

twitter: @santiagoaufund

www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

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Jason Hartman reminds listeners to refi ’till ya die! Jason takes some questions and comments from listeners pertaining to possible strategy changes in investing due to COVID-19. While the 1% has always been a good rule of thumb, right now you might be able to rule it out. 

What is the “dollar milkshake theory”? Brent Johnson joins Jason Hartman to share his ideas and concepts on macroeconomics. Particularly, what’s the strength of the U.S. dollar, and how does it compare to gold and other currencies? Brent also shares his thoughts on modern monetary theory and the possibility of its presence in the future, and potential problems.

Key Takeaways:

[2:15] Questions from listeners starting with questions about the 1% rental rate.

[6:00] Don’t forget, REFI till ya Die! 

[9:30] Comment or criticism? Let’s find out. 

[12:00] A few of the many reasons that suburbia is on the rise. 

[15:30] The DTI for qualified mortgage standards.

Brent Johnson

[16:00] Dollar milkshake theory.

[18:00] Discussing MMT Modern Monetary Theory

[19:30] Until a new system is designed, there is no place to go, other than the U.S. dollar.

[23:10] Does MMT work, or is a pipe-dream?

Websites:

SantiagoCapital.com

Twitter: @santiagoaufund

www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

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Will we see any states secede from the union after this ever-growing U.S. polarization, Texas? Jason Hartman speaks critically of value destroyers, be a value creator. And with current updates around the U.S., questions arise as LA is proposing a vacancy tax to motivate landlords to lower their rent, instead of holding out for the right price. 

Cammy Bowker, founder of Global Education Philanthropists, joins Jason to educate listeners on the heinous existence of human trafficking around the world and even in your community. Find out everything you need to know to become active in helping to fight this crime. 

Key Takeaways:

[4:00] Will we see any states secede from the union?

[6:00] Value creators, value consumers, value destroyers.

[12:30] Los Angeles, CA Vacancy Tax Ballot Measure?

Cammy Bowker

[21:00] How did Cammy’s story, and experience with education start in Haiti?

[25:00] Does this problem stem from economic problems, and what’s the process?

[26:00] Human trafficking has no socioeconomic bias. It happens in affluent U.S. communities as well as third world countries. 

[27:00] Over 1.2 million children are taken into trafficking annually. 

[28:25] Adaptive Ops is the sister organization to Global Education Philanthropists.

[31:00] Discussing the extremely controversial black market.

[33:30] If you used to be in special services, and would like to be an operator, they are very much needed.

Websites:

ThePolarisProject.org

FightTheNewDrug.org

GlobalEP.org

AdaptiveOps.org

www.JasonHartman.com

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (Libsyn)

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (iTunes)

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This episode of FlashBack Friday was Originally Released: October 2, 2011

Jason Hartman talks with Chris Mayer who is managing editor of the Capital and Crisis and Mayer’s Special Situations newsletters. He also is a contributor to the Daily Reckoning.

Graduating magna cum laude with a degree in finance and an MBA from the University of Maryland, he began his business career as a corporate banker. Mayer left the banking industry after ten years and signed on with Agora Financial. His book, Invest Like a Dealmaker, Secrets of a Former Banking Insider, documents his ability to analyze macro issues and micro investment opportunities to produce an exceptional long-term track record of winning ideas. Mayer’s commentary has been featured by MarketWatch, Russia Today TV, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and the Huffington Post. http://dailyreckoning.com/author/chrismayer/

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Jason Hartman responds to listener questions about tax liens being an interesting business right now. As well, he expands on some thoughts about supply/demand shock. Particularly, he makes this comparison using the recent changes in airline prices, webcams, and maybe even the housing market in cyclical areas. 

Harry speaks on his thoughts about gold, cryptocurrency, and inflation. Specifically, asset vs consumer inflation. What causes inflation? What’s to be expected in the future when it comes to commercial real estate or the once sought after McMansions?

Key Takeaways:

[3:45] Everything you hear doesn’t have to be right, but it can be an additional tool for reasoning. 

[4:30] Listener Question from James Altucher: Do you think that tax liens might be an interesting business right now?

[9:20] A question from a listener, Brit: regarding massive home foreclosures when compared to the parallels of the supply/demand shock of the airlines. 

Harry Dent, Part 2

[16:30] What is Harry Dent’s opinion on cryptocurrency, bitcoin? 

[19:45] Gold correlates with one thing, inflation. 

[21:30] Money printing doesn’t necessarily cause inflation.

[22:30] What does cause inflation?

[25:15] Asset vs. consumer inflation, that’s the bubble. 

[27:00] This is way worse than the debt bubble, this is a financial asset bubble.

[31:30] Commercial real estate and McMansions will collapse while the 3/2 will go on to thrive. 

[37:00] The first billionaires were born of the great depression.

Websites:

HarryDent.com

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www.JasonHartman.com

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The housing market still doesn’t have enough supply to meet the demand of even those that are employed and can afford a house. Jason Hartman wants to know if you can handle the truth about why there aren’t enough homes to buy right now. As well, how has deregulation served us, or hindered us? 

Harry Dent returns for the rant of the year! “This is a bubble that is waiting to pop,” says Dent as he opens up about the Coronavirus just being a cover for some underlying economic issues. “This is much worse than a debt-bubble, it’s a financial asset bubble.”

Webinar News:

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Webinar Coming Soon! Rent Guarantee Insurance

Key Takeaways:

[4:30] “You want the truth?”

[8:45] The Atlanta Market heats UP!

[10:30] Here’s why there aren’t enough homes to buy right now.

[11:30] Deregulation can serve as an aid as well as a problem. 

[15:10] Home builders are holding off on new homes. 

[19:10] Construction of new homes was cut in half. 

Harry Dent

[22:30] This is a bubble that was waiting to pop, and Coronavirus was just the cover.

[23:00] All of this money printing does not stop the virus. 

[27:00] "There is no going back to normal here after 25% of restaurants and some areas closed down."

[33:45] China has already hit its peak. It is going to have trouble keeping up with India.

Websites:

HarryDent.com

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

Jason Hartman Quick Start

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Jason Hartman PropertyCast (iTunes)

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Not a cryptocurrency, but a COVID-Currency. Jason Hartman shares news of a small town in Washington that has created their own local currency, something that hasn’t been used since the Great Depression. And as always, it’s good to ask, “compared to what?” This letter home from a college student couldn’t illustrate this principle more clearly when it comes to gaining perspective. Let’s step back in time for a lesson on the inflation/deflation shell game. Lastly, Jason talks about the wildly unsurprising news that the bidding wars for homes have left the big cities and moved largely to the burbs. 

Alexa Flash Briefing

Key Takeaways:

[1:00] Let’s not forget to ask one of life’s most important questions. 

[2:45] A letter home from a college student, further illustrating the strength of the question, “compared to what?”

[5:40] A small town in Washington is printing its own currency during the pandemic.

[12:45] House hunters are swarming the villages and rural communities outside of NYC.

[15:15] Predictions of housing purchases in the suburbs rising faster than those of the cities.

[16:45] The bidding war has moved to the burbs.

[22:40] From an Alexa Flash Briefing, The Inflation/Deflation Shell Game. 

[32:45] Playing some inflationary hypotheticals.

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www.JasonHartman.com/properties

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Jason Hartman regretfully informs that there is currently a diminishing housing inventory in the US, but not to fret, linear markets are still in great shape. 

Dan Franks joins Jason today as part of a client case study. Dan is a former CPA, happy to have handed off the CPA duties to someone else as he manages his investment portfolio. As a fellow podcaster, he understands the value of information through podcasting and is here to share his story as a twelve-year listener of this show, and real estate investor.  

Key Takeaways:

[3:00] Not enough houses on the market.

[5:45] As inventory goes down, what happens to the average price per square foot (US)?

Dan Franks

[12:30] Dan Franks first podcast that he ever listened to was Creating Wealth.

[18:00] How and where did you get started investing?

[19:30] What got you interested in real estate, and the podcast?

[22:00] What was step two for real estate investing?

[27:00] When hiring an accountant, it’s great to find out if they speak the lingo of someone involved in real estate investing.

[30:00] How did this transform from investment to real estate business for you?

[36:15] What are your goals with your real estate portfolio?

Websites:

Podcast Movement with Co-Founder Dan Franks

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

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Who is your investment guide? Jason Hartman shares some differences between getting caught up and getting ahead with your money management. Millennials are fleeing big cities for suburbs, and this isn’t the first we are hearing of it. This trend started in 2018 and continues through pandemic times.

Hugh discusses the early signs of chaos that awaits us as we move away from an accepted form of order. It’s not always a perfect situation for investing, especially if you only have one mindset for profit. Chaotic times call for positioning yourself to profit from a different angle. 

Webinar: Southwest Florida JasonHartman.com/Webinar

Key Takeaways:

[4:15] Beware of the bubble gum investment advice. Is this where you want to be?

[8:00] America has done a good job trying to destroy itself in the last 8 years.

[9:30] The Greatest Management Principle In The World by Michael LeBoeuf

[13:45] What gets rewarded, gets repeated. 

[16:15] Millennials are fleeing big cities for the suburbs. 

Hugh Hendry

[19:00] Looking for predictions in gold, the dollar, etc.

[26:30] We are conditioned by the very slow passage of time. 

[27:00] Gold has been trending.

[29:45] 50 years ago we were pivoting from chaos to order. Today, we are pivoting from an accepted order to chaos. 

[31:18] We live in a world where instead of reducing the money supply, they are desperate to increase the money supply.

[35:15] In preparation, think of the most chaotic events becoming normalized, and how you can profit from chaos instead of order.

[36:30] At the bottom of a deleveraging cycle, everything is cheap.

[38:30] “May you live in interesting times,” -the quote is back. 

Websites:

Twitter: @hendry_hugh

Instagram: HughHendryOfficial 

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www.JasonHartman.com

www.JasonHartman.com/properties

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The home is the center of the universe! Jason Hartman shares his thoughts on the jump in home improvements through the pandemic. More people are buying homes because of the coronavirus pandemic and they want more space to work from home. 

Hugh Hendry joins Jason to share what was going through his head through the 2008 recession and what preliminary actions he took to position himself well. Everyone is wondering “where are we going [market]” and Hendry shares some thoughts based on actions the Fed took over the last 60 years. 

Webinar: Southwest Florida JasonHartman.com/Webinar

Key Takeaways:

[1:30] The stay at home orders caused a huge jump in home improvement projects. 

[5:10] “They will vote with their feet.”

[6:00] Why did 69% of 5,000 homebuyers move during the pandemic? Lowest Mortgage Rates Ever?

Hugh Hendry

[14:00] 31.2% positive return back in the 2008 recession

[15:00] To be curious you have to misbehave first.

[18:30] Discussing the “boom-market in fear.”

[24:00] Everybody is wondering where we are going [market]? 

[30:00] What is your stance on Paul Volcker?

[33:30] What is the FED doing wrong?

Websites:

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

www.JasonHartman.com

Jason Hartman Quick Start

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Today’s Flashback Friday episode was originally released: February 17, 2010

Jason discusses commercial real estate and the value of housing vs office and retail properties.  Next, a radio interview on Platinum’s Predictions White Paper Special Report with an exclusive “ROI Build” profiling over 30 markets nationwide including The S&P/CaseShiller Home Price Indices. 

The White Paper includes forty (40) pages of unique information, innovative thinking, including executive summary, numerous charts and graphs, narrative information you will need to make wise decisions in 2010 and beyond. Also included are market predictions of over 30 markets nationwide including Platinum’s exclusive ROI build showing projected return on investment for each market – NOBODY ELSE DOES THIS!

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

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What craziness are we living in? Jason Hartman speaks on the hard times urging more and more people to migrate to suburban areas. Expert of home inspections, Kathleen Kuhn, joins Jason to share what to look for and what’s most problematic in home inspections. Kathleen gives the 101 and the advanced tools needed to make sure that you get your home inspections done properly. 

Webinar: Southwest Florida JasonHartman.com/Webinar

Key Takeaways:

[1:30] The inmates are running the asylum.

[6:00] What are the police doing right now in response to the protests?

[12:45] The self-fulfilling prophecy is neither true nor false.

[13:30] How hard will the GDP be hit in various countries, in 2020?

[16:00] Always get a home inspection, learn from the best, Kathleen Kuhn.

[16:30] What are some of the most common home inspection problems seen?

[18:45] Roof flashing 101, and its importance.

[21:15] In regards to home inspection, is there an ideal location, that is less problematic?

[22:45] Do you prefer a certain construction style as far as the quality of build?

[26:00] Understanding the prices of home inspections and add-on inspections.

[29:00] How do you mitigate radon?

[30:30] Requesting a re-inspection

[33:30] How has the use of drones changed the home inspection process?

Websites:

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

www.JasonHartman.com

Jason Hartman Quick Start

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (Libsyn)

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (iTunes)

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Before Jason talks with guest, Nick Adams, about how great America is, Jason shares some export numbers state by state. How does each industry contribute to a states exports and how much does population play a role in the total export amount?

Jason Hartman speaks with a four-time best-selling author, and motivational speaker, Nick Adams. Today, they discuss how the U.S. will turn it around, and continue to be the greatest country in the world. How would things be different if Churchill had not been around, and what similarities can we draw comparing him to Trump? 

Webinar: Southwest Florida JasonHartman.com/Webinar

Book: Trump Vs Churchill, Defenders of Western Civilization by Nick Adams

Key Takeaways:

[2:00] Graph from the US Census Bureau

[4:30] Be skeptical, of the anyone and everyone.

[5:00] Let’s talk about the states that are the biggest exporters.

[10:00] Go Texas! Largest exporting state of the U.S.

[15:30] Crowdfunding commercial investing? Why?

[21:30] How will the U.S. turn it around?

[24:30] Is the United States of America living up to its potential?

[27:00] How things would’ve been different had Churchill not have been around.

[28:20] Comparing Trump to Churchill.

[32:25] Never bet against America

Websites:

NickAdamsUSA.com

JasonHartman.com/Webinar

www.JasonHartman.com

Jason Hartman Quick Start

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (Libsyn)

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (iTunes)

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Do you think deflation is good or bad? Jason Hartman invites you to listen to opposing ideas about deflation, how governments approach it, and what benefits it may or may not have for investors. 

Founder and former CEO of Build Direct, Jeff Booth joins Jason on his discussion about deflation. Listen as best selling author of The Price of Tomorrow, Why Deflation is the Key to an Abundant Future, shares some of the knowledge from his book on deflation in the economy. 

Books:

The Price of Tomorrow: Why Deflation is the Key to an Abundant Future by Jeff Booth

Key Takeaways:

[3:00] Is deflation good?

[11:30] National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER, officially declared the U.S. recession started in February 2020.

Guest Jeff Booth

[16:00] There is nothing governments can do long term, deflation will win.

[19:30] Speaking about 2008, we should’ve ended up in a depression.

[20:30] Governments all over the world distort the market, they don’t allow price discovery. 

[21:00] Elaborating on the “Ponzi Economy.”

[22:00] Deflation makes your value of money go up because goods and services go down in relation to your money.

[23:00] Can deflation be responsible for inflation?

[23:45] Price discovery example scenario: Zoom went from 10 million to 300 million users in a month and a half. 

[24:45] Why do governments fight deflation? 

[24:45] Understanding the power of inflation as it pertains to paying debt, but how much power does technology have over inflation/deflation? 

[34:30] Jeff Booth explaining his idea of doubling up.

[36:00] How can we understand exponential growth?

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The key is to take action, but the purpose of today’s show is to explain why the actions we take make sense. Jason Hartman and Evan Moffic discuss the mortgage credit availability index, MCAI, and affordability. What has changed since 2004? Why would one wait and try to time the market? What’s the opportunity cost of timing the market? 

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Key Takeaways:

[2:00] We are investors in commodities, all of this awful destruction that is going on causes upward pressure on these commodities prices.

[7:00] Discussing the opportunity cost of lost money by waiting and trying to time the market. 

[8:00] Diving into the affordability index and the MCAI

[13:20] Mortgage Credit Availability Index MCAI

[14:00] Affordability = mortgage payments vs income

[16:30] Show recommendation, America In Color

[18:00] Watching the index move, in hindsight, from 2004 to 2019. What can we learn and expect?

[26:00] At some point, you want to be satisfied. 

[28:15] “Successful people are willing to do things that unsuccessful people are unwilling to do.”

[34:00] Choose your company well.

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Position or Profit? Position yourself for the rise of suburbia. With several contributing factors for people migrating away from mid-rise and high-rise condos, suburbia looks better and better. Jason Hartman shares real estate investing strategies that have proven effective for decades. However, current events have made these strategies more appealing. Investment Counselor, Doug, shares supporting investment tips based on the book, The Dao of Capital by Mark Spitznagel. 

Books:

The Dao of Capital by Mark Spitznagel

Key Takeaways:

[2:00] The rise of suburbia has contributing factors from multiple angles. 

[8:00] Investment Counselor, Doug

[9:30] Discussing, The Dao of Capital, Investing in a Distorted World, Mark Spitznagel

[11:00] Instead of focusing on profit, focus on your position. 

[15:00] Discussing strategies like searching for weak companies.

[19:00] When you have population migrations it puts upward pressure on both price and rent.

[22:30] The demand for sub 250k homes goes up, as 2.3 million potentially leave mid and high-rise condos. 

[28:00] Dollar-cost averaging, the Spitznagel way. 

[30:00] Timing the market, people often forget to calculate the cash that they lose by waiting. 

[32:00] People buy a house because the payment is affordable, not the price. 

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Horrible unemployment, stock market rally, and a booming housing market. Has the U.S. economy already recovered? Banks are worried, lenders are tightening up, and the overall mortgage process has changed. Aaron Kopelson discusses with Jason Hartman, some of the biggest changes he has seen in the last few months. 

Key Takeaways:

[2:30] The U.S. Economy, has the recovery already occurred? The greatest 50-day stock market rally of the S&P, in all of history.

[4:00] We give the government a monopoly on violence. 

[7:15] Is the economy waking up with a roar?

[10:00] Virtual Meet The Masters: July 10th, 11th, & 12th

Guest Aaron Kopelson

[11:30] One of the mortgage lenders' current biggest fears, and reasons for tightening up, is an early payment default or a first payment default. 

[13:00] What is a jumbo loan, and what defines the limits per market?

[15:00] There’s no appetite from investors that want to buy mortgage-backed securities for these non-QM loans. 

[17:00] Real estate is a credit backed asset. When the financing starts to dry up, so do the prices. 

[20:00] Nobody was paid to put the brakes on and look at where we ended up (2008 recession)? 

[21:20] Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac are allowing for drive-by and desktop appraisals. 

[24:25] Is mortgage insurance allowed on investment properties?

[28:10] V.O.E. Verification of Employment is growing in importance for loan approvals. 

[29:45] What’s an overlay?

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Jason Hartman talks of topics around the world, gaining perspective, and a large congratulations to the U.S. space partnership and recent launch. The importance of perspective can not be stressed enough in helping to make decisions, both personally and for investments. 

Ryan Moran is back on the show today to finish up his discussion on taking your business to seven figures. While we often think of the question, “what is the product,” the focus needs to be, “who is the audience?” As well, Ryan shares his views on real estate investing and the economy, post-pandemic. 

Webinar: Wednesday, June 3rd

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Books:

12 Months to $1 Million by Ryan Moran

Key Takeaways:

[1:26] Do you watch “Billions?”

[2:17] Watch old movies, gain perspective on today.

[3:15] Congrats to SpaceX

[5:45] Questions from the most recent Webinar.

[7:30] Explaining BOOT

[14:00] U.S. food prices see a historic jump and are likely to stay high.

Guest Ryan Moran

[17:00] What goes on outside the Amazon world?

[21:00] Is the magic question, “what’s the product?”

[27:00] You can have two brands for the same product, and market them to two audiences. They can both be wildly successful. 

[37:00] Real estate trends post Coronavirus.

[41:00] Cocooning, from home theatre systems to home gyms.

[45:00] Considering the Federal Reserve the fourth branch of government.

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If you don’t have a side hustle, you need one. In the middle of recessions and depression, everything can feel like a big deal. Jason Hartman shares perspective on the tragedies surrounding us with the pandemic and the protests. Add some balance and comfort through tough times building your knowledge on investment properties. 

Ryan Moran, author of, 12 Months to $1 Million, joins Jason today to discuss some of his tactics that led to his success. Sometimes better business isn’t about what you sell, but more-so, how your business is focused. 

Books:

12 Months to $1 Million by Ryan Moran

Key Takeaways:

[1:15] If you don’t have a side hustle, you need one. 

[6:00] At the end of the day, everyone is talking about their agenda. 

[8:00] Much like past recessions and depressions, when you’re in it it seems like a much bigger deal than it is.

[10:30] Mad as hell!

[10:45] The dollar buys a nickel’s worth. 

Guest: Ryan Moran

[20:20] “I’ve discovered that there are a lot of things not worth pursuing, but the pursuit is worth it.”

[26:15] “Minimum wage is an institution, something that you’re trying to force into society…”

[29:00] Moran, how did you get your career started, and what role did the early affiliate marketing role play in where you are today? 

[31:20] Your business is determined not by what you sell, but who you sell to.

[32:50] The game is about building to an audience quickly, and monetizing to that audience. 

[33:00] What Joe Rogan did for Spotify!

[36:10] What’s the extent of e-commerce beyond Amazon?

[37:00] Eventually we will drop the E in e-commerce.

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Today’s Flashback Friday episode was originally released: October 20, 2009

As always, our purpose at The Creating Wealth Show is here to provide the cutting-edge information necessary to “create wealth” in today’s economy. 

Many of our listeners are interested in learning more about profiting from various business opportunities, we are now adding this “track” to our list of sought after real estate and financial experts.  Here to help us launch this new track is Dan Sullivan, co-founder of The Strategic Coach®.  As an international organization offering practical thinking tools and support, Dan Sullivan has structured his company to help individuals create the personal and professional future they want.

Dan’s strong belief in the power of the entrepreneur is evident in all areas of Strategic Coach which works to help entrepreneurs reach their full potential in both their business and personal lives. He is author of over 30 publications, including The Great Crossover, The 21st Century Agent, Creative Destruction, and How The Best Get Better®.

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Jason Hartman takes a look at economic recoveries from past U.S. recessions. Beyond understanding the shape of an economic recovery, the details of the growth percentage and the term of growth can help us to understand where we are now. While some economic predictions can be made based on past information, the Coronavirus Pandemic does contribute to breaking pre-pandemic trends. Jason also discusses umbrella insurance policies and some flood insurance myths. 

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Key Takeaways:

[2:30] Answering a listener question from Tony E. Understanding umbrella insurance policies. 

[10:50] Let’s talk about flood insurance and bust some myths. 

[14:00] The U.S. savings rate increased by the highest percentage in 39 years, since the pandemic hit the news. 

[17:00] What’s the ‘shape’ of our recovery? Possibly and O-shaped recovery?

[18:00] Home sales have skyrocketed  

[21:00] Supply-demand shock, from oil, the housing market, to quick deliveries. 

[22:30] Short-term and long-term bond interest rates.

[24:30] After the yield curve recovered, how long until the start of a recession?

[28:30] Looking at home prices in the U.S. in a market-weighted heavily on cyclical market prices. 

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Great news for investors, people are buying homes in the suburbs! Jason Hartman speaks about the importance of exact numbers. And as a prelude to our guest on public speaking, Jason answers some questions from our listeners. We thank you for your questions and always invite more JasonHartman.com/ask

James Rosebush, a former Deputy Assistant to President Reagan, is on the show to discuss his book, Winning Your Audience. He shares tips to sound more like Reagan, the great communicator. 

Key Takeaways:

[6:00] Knowing when your numbers need to be exact, and when they can be rough estimates for purposes of comparison. 

[8:20] Newly pending homes up almost 50%! Does this mean the housing market is already rebounding from Covid-19?

[9:00] JasonHartman.com/quickstart

[12:00] Answering questions for listeners

[20:30] Reagan, the great communicator, loved his audience. This was his secret to success as a speaker. 

[26:20] Speech abilities given to Reagan because of his history as an actor.

[30:00] Some tips to speak a little more like Reagan.

[32:00] Visualize what you want to give brilliance to your speech.

[36:00] The experience of being blessed by the Pope. 

[37:00] 65% of communication is non-verbal.

[41:00] If you speak from your heart, you will win.

[44:00] We need more speakers that are sherpas.

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Virtual Meet the Masters, coming up! Jason Hartman reminds listeners of the benefits of getting dressed when working from the home office. Will higher education’s business model change? Did Hertz get caught lining their pockets before filing bankruptcy? 

George Gammon returns to discuss the allegory of the Hawk & Serpents. What kind of economic cycle are we in right now? How long will it last, and what’s to learn from it? 

Key Takeaways:

[3:20] The importance of getting up and getting dressed when you go to work at the home office.

[9:15] Scott Galloway talking about the imminent disruption of higher education’s business model.

[10:45] What did Hertz do before filing for bankruptcy protection?

[15:50] What is the dragon portfolio? And what is a risk parody portfolio?

[17:00] Allegory of the Hawk & Serpents, and understanding the twenty to thirty-year economic cycles. 

[20:20] Link for the cycles: https://docsend.com/view/taygkbn

[24:30] We don’t have inflation or deflation, we have a combination of both all the time.

[31:45] One would think that when you have a strong dollar, everything else would be cheap in comparison. George says there isn’t really a correlation between the consumer price index compared to what the dollar is doing.

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It’s being talked about everywhere, the exodus to suburbia. Jason Hartman continues to educate real estate investors on the best market profiles in which to invest. If these handpicked markets weren’t already looking great to you a year ago, the mass migration to the suburbs might be the tipping point. Ride the wave, get out in front, take a small risk. 

We are joined today with a local market specialist for an update on Northeast Florida. Rental demand has gone up. Home goods are likely to go up as everyone settles into their new residence. 

Key Takeaways:

[4:45] If you want the thrill of the great ride, the return on investment, “you gotta take some risks.”

[9:30] Talking about the U.S. agility its respective economy. 

[13:45] People are moving to suburbia. How can you profit from this?

[16:00] Those that are leaving high-density areas, will arrive in suburbia thinking that everything looks cheap.

[19:45] America, the invented nation. 

[21:00] Looking at an increase in rental demand. 

[23:00] Local market update in Northeast Florida. 

[28:00] Home goods demand is likely to climb as people migrate from high-density apartments.

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Today’s Flashback Friday episode was originally released: January 25, 2008

Let's examine the subject of debt, both good and bad. The prudent use of leverage or borrowed money can accelerate wealth creation and reduce risk. We'll look at many perspectives including a profile of Donald Trump and his "troubles" in the 90’s.

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Does the RV Ratio matter right now? Jason Hartman discusses the recent changes in mortgage rates, and therefore the RV ratio’s importance has shifted. All real estate is local, and so is an infectious disease. Covid-19 is having inconsistent numbers with cities reopening across the globe.

Mark Moss returns for part two to discuss bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Bitcoin does not need to be the global currency to have weight and validity. From game-theory to understanding what gives the currency its value, Mark shares what he knows about investing across the board. 

Weekend Webinar

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Key Takeaways:

[2:30] All real estate is local, and all infections are local. 

[5:00] Metrics to find out if an investment property makes sense the day you buy it.

[6:00] Understanding the RV Ratio, rent to value

[11:00] Pick your battles less intelligently, if you have resources. 

[14:00] Why the RV Ratio doesn’t matter so much right now.

[19:00] Shifting to Cryptocurrencies 

[22:20] Will cryptos lead to a separation of money and state?

[26:00] There shall never be sound money again until it is taken from the government. 

[29:10] Understanding the bitcoin halving.

[32:30] While bitcoin may be limited, Cryptos, in general, have no limit?

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Even Warren Buffet makes mistakes. Jason Hartman discusses the stock market versus real estate investing. Which of your investments can zero out?

Jason Hartman talks with guest, Mark Moss, who believes in fully diversifying your investment portfolio. Mark shares his strategy on investing in gold, stocks, real estate, and even cryptocurrency. All of his strategy leads back to the idea that cashflow is the name of the game.

Weekend Webinar

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Key Takeaways:

[3:33] The main thing, is to keep the main thing, the main thing.

[4:45] Warren Buffet! What happened? Swindled?

[15:00] Mark Moss

[16:30] The smartest people in the world know that they don’t know.

[18:00] Cashflow is always the name of the game, but I don’t forget about investing for growth.

[22:00] Determine your own tolerance for risk.

[24:45] Understanding money creating, through debt.

[26:25] Since 1971, our standard unit of value has been severed.

29:00] Fake wealth vs creating wealth

[34:00] Shifting to Cryptocurrencies

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Are you a hustler, or a bottom-feeder? Jason Hartman reminds investors and listeners alike, that good things may come to those who wait, but don’t wait too long. 

Consuelo Mack of Wealth Track on PBS joins the show today to elaborate on the effects of the non-discriminatory Coronavirus. She expects to see two economic waves from this, and the second has yet to hit. Find out where she, unlike many others, recommends that you invest. 

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Key Takeaways:

[3:45] Inflation has been low if you add it up. 

[6:45] Commercial landlords are fuming.

[12:00] Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left over by those who hustled.

[14:30] Yes, this pandemic is non-discriminating, but a great takeaway is how lucky we are in America. Now is a time for most to reevaluate their personal, and professional lives. 

[17:00] Expecting two waves in the economy. First, the shock and stop. Second, the aftershock and termination of employees.

[18:00] Cash reserves are extremely valuable in times of crisis. 

[19:00] Cash is not trash! 

[20:45] The value of liquidity can not be underestimated at times like this.

[25:00] People are already taking action to leave high-density areas.

[30:20] Reverse mortgages

[36:15] What role does FinTech play in all of this?

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Be a doer! Jason Hartman discusses the risk/reward investment concepts when looked at in hindsight. It’s not about gambling, it’s about building solid fundamentals for investing. It’s understanding the advantages of multi-dimensional assets.

Jim Rogers returns to the show for his first time in seven years. Jim talks with Jason about government power, and their financial strategies. The big question concerning government stimulus right now is, “how will we suffer from this?” 

Jason’s Recommendations For Your Library:

Earl Nightingale’s Greatest Discovery

Jim Rogers, Adventure Capitalist

Key Takeaways:

[3:15] The hardest ship to sail is a partnership. Investing Commandment Number 3, “thou shalt maintain control”

[7:30] When you look back over time, the rewards always go to the doers. They always go to the risk takers!

[12:00] Returns based only on inflation induced debt destruction…at the official rate of inflation, which is often understated. 

[13:30] Jim Rogers

[19:30] Every government wants more power than they have.

[21:20] How will we suffer from this?

[27:00] “Whenever things go wrong in a country, thought history, politicians blame foreigns”

[36:00] “When I was younger, many people helped me. Even if I look like a fool, I’d like to help people where I can” -Jim Rogers

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Today’s Episode of Flashback Friday was originally published on February 1, 2008.

Jason shares inspiration from Og Mandino, tax advice from CPA Peter DeGregori and Richard Lillycrop one of our British investors.

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Escape to the suburbs! Jason Hartman and Evan Moffic discuss the changes approaching in how we look at our homes. With the benefit of work and school being just a few feet away from our beds, we are all looking to improve our homes. And for those that are currently renting an apartment in the high-density, urban environments, a move in the direction of suburban-living is looking more and more promising. Homebuilders are saying that they are already seeing the effects of this growing trend. 

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are buying loans in forbearance and essentially they keep kicking the can down the road, delaying the inevitable. 

Key Takeaways:

[1:30] “Inflation is a disease of money, thus inflation may have become the oldest form of government finance…” - Jens O. Parrson

[7:00] Escape to the suburbs! All of the reasons why both present and past. 

[9:00] People are cocooning in their house.

[13:30] Home improvement will climb as a home office and school space is needed, colleges will change their format, gyms will try new concepts. 

[21:00] Homebuilders have seen sales jump as renters flee small urban apartments.

[24:30] Why Elon Musk is talking about moving Tesla out of California.

[27:20] FannieMae and FreddieMac are acting in a dysfunctional manner to bail out the system.

Websites:

RabbiMoffic.com

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Jason Hartman discusses the impact that the spike in unemployment will have on mortgage delinquencies and how one feels personally about job security. Real estate listings are at a staggering low, what does this mean?

Hope Jahren is today’s guest, and she is here to discuss her book, The Story of More, and how the Earth feels about the mess that we’ve made. Hope shares her thoughts on consumption trends and the overuse of a lot of products. How can we fix this? Decisions about small things can work exponentially. 

Key Takeaways:

[2:30] Expectations of losing a job or leaving voluntarily. 

[5:00] Real estate listings have declined by 70%.

[11:15] The spike in unemployment is signaling a potential increase in mortgage delinquencies. 

[15:00] Hope Jahren

[16:00] What’s going on in Norway with the Coronavirus pandemic?

[17:45] Using smog levels as an indicator of how active the economy is.

[24:00] We overuse a lot of products, but are we using less of anything?

[29:00] The little changes we can make as individuals that work for the greater good.

[33:00] Our meat consumption is way over what’s needed.

Websites:

thestoryofmore.com

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What happens to the value of a currency when you create currency out of thin air? Jason Hartman talks about the percentage of GDP that countries around the world are spending to stimulate their economy. Prepare for a Wow!

Jim Puplava’s interview is continued opening with a discussion on inflation or stagflation, where do we see the immediate future of the U.S.? As well, Jim shares some interesting concepts about cryptocurrency, why it might be used, and why it might be rejected. Finally, Jim answers why negative interest rates cause a problem with cash. 

Key Takeaways:

[2:45] One cannot create currency out of thin air without the currency value declining.

[7:45] From the famous Karl Marx, a question, “do the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few?”

[12:50] “We become what we think about.”

[10:40] What country spent 21.1% of its entire countries productive capacity only on trying to stimulate its economy based on the Covid-19 crisis?

[20:15] Is our future inflationary or stagflationary? 

[27:20] Jim, what do you think about cryptocurrency?

[33:35] Why do negative interest rates cause a problem with cash?

[36:48] In the U.S., what’s the result of our debt to GDP ratio getting out of line?

Websites:

FinancialSense.Com

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Renters are paying! Wall Street applauds real estate and expects to see a rise in suburban home demand. And who’s responsible for taking down the documentary ‘Plandemic?’ Jason Hartman shares investment strategy and tips through past, present, and pandemic times. 

Jim Puplava joins today’s show with much to talk about the supply chain disruption, and what’s to come of it. Jim says that business innovation is a must, and it looks as though companies like Walmart have already started making changes. These efficiencies aren’t only applicable in pandemic times. These strategies will prove to benefit businesses and patrons while we shelter-in-place or not. 

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Key Takeaways:

[2:15] Renters are paying! 82.9% made some kind of payment.

[5:45] Wall Street bets that the virus meltdown gives landlords a chance to grow. Suburban home demands on the rise. 

[8:40] The documentary ‘PlanDemic’ was taken down from Youtube.

[10:00] Message to New Investors:

[14:45] From Our Listeners, Thanks, Andy! 

[19:00] Jim Puplava

[20:00] The supply chain has been disrupted. While it will take some time to correct, some of it will be beneficial. 

[22:00] Inflation is a lot more money chasing fewer goods and services.

[29:40] Still singing the “creative destruction” tune. Business innovation is a must.

[32:45] The oil market, and the perfect storm. 

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Today’s Flashback Friday episode was originally released: March 4, 2008

On this show we'll hear from Paul Harvey, Jim Rogers, Ron Paul, and truth-challenged Ben Bernanke about commodities investing and the virtues of trading fake dollars for real assets.

Key Takeaways:

[1:30] American real estate is one of the best deals going, especially given this perfect storm that has developed over the past two years or so with the subprime mortgage meltdown, the rising commodity prices, and the ridiculous increase in inflation here in the U.S. and also globally.

[5:45] Pessimism about the American Dollar.

[8:30] “Let them debase the American dollar. Overall, it is not great news, but as we play the game properly, we are outsmarting the Federal Reserve and the way the government is spending so ridiculously, irresponsibly because our investments increase in value with these inflationary pressures.”

[18:30] The dollar is at all-time lows now, but this is 2007, so that means in at least 100 years, the dollar’s now making new lows, which is a shame because we were the world’s reserve currency, we were the richest, most powerful country in the world, and it’s not going to be good. It’s driving commodity prices up; it’s driving up interest rates, as you know. Long-term interest rates have not come down despite all this, and what happened is as commodities go higher, inflation goes higher, imported goods go higher, inflation will get worse and ultimately, long-term interest rates will go higher, too.  

[24:00] It’s great for everybody to own their own home. I’m all for it, too, but I’m also in favor

[25:30] How in the world can we expect to solve the problems of inflation, that is, the increase in the supply of money, with more inflation?

[28:00] Inflation is everywhere and the devaluation of the dollar is hurting the elderly the most because they tend to be the savers. They did the right thing all their life. They were told save money, save for retirement, yet they have been burned through the policies of the Federal Reserve.

[33:00] Hedonics is where they say that the product you’re buying, that the consumer is buying, produces an equal or greater amount of pleasure if you will than the older products. So the newer product is better because of progress and technology, as it should be. And that newer products should be adjusted for inflation through the hedonics index.

[42:00] don’t wait to buy real estate. Buy real estate and then wait. And you know what? But you’ve gotta buy a special kind of real estate, financed a special way, in the right markets, at the right time, based on our methodology.  

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There is no possible outcome where come Monday morning, things go back to normal. When restaurants or entertainment venues can only operate at 25 percent capacity, the word to remember is inflationary. Jason Hartman discusses some basic strategy and philosophy to stay afloat, like taking action to eliminate doubt and doing something for others to keep a positive, healthy attitude. 

As well, Hartman analyzes and breaks down an interview from Bloomberg Markets and Finance channel, with chairman and founder of Equity Group Investments Inc, Sam Zell. What did Zell have to say about Market Valuations, Real Estate and Post-Virus Economy? After the pandemic has been beaten, what lifestyle and work changes will stay, and what will fade away? 

Key Takeaways:

[4:22] Action eliminates doubt.

[10:00] Do something for someone or something else.

[14:00] From Bloomberg, Market, and Finance.

[16:30] The importance of price discovery.

[21:00] Liquidity creates volatility.

[22:30] All the efficiencies since the pandemic will stay, once the dust has cleared.

[32:00] A need for suburban home as things change.

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As the economy appears to struggle from Covid-19, the price of homes seem to be moving up. Jason Hartman discusses the unexpected price changes in the U.S. due to the shrinking market availability. 

Ellen Brown is today’s guest here to discuss Universal Basic Income, UBI. As well, she shares some interesting details about what happens to the money when a debt is paid. How did China increase its money supply by such a large percentage in two decades? 

Key Takeaways:

[4:00] Why are home prices going up as the economy appears to be falling apart?

[7:00] From March 2019 to March 2020, homes available on the U.S. market have gone down by 10%.

Guest: Ellen Brown, author of over a dozen books including, The Public Bank Solution, From Austerity to Prosperity

[12:30] What is a postal account? 

[20:45] What is the end game of money spending?

[22:10] Money is lent into existence. Banks create the principal but they don’t create the interest, so debt always grows faster than the money supply.

[25:00] The real economy is always short of money because there’s a hole in the bucket that always drains into the financial economy.

[26:00] What is the financialized economy? 

[30:20] Debt grows until it gets so high that people can’t borrow anymore, so they pay down their debts instead of taking out new debts. That shrinks the money supply. That goes into deflation which goes into depression. 

[32:30] Money evaporates when it pays off the debt.

[36:30] All of our money is credit. China increased its money supply by 1800% in twenty years, and they did not run into hyperinflation. Find out more. 

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PublicBankingInstitute.org

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“Never bet against America,” says Warren Buffet. Jason Hartman agrees with Buffet and reminds you to align yourself with those in a position of power. Be optimistic, and prepared. There are several ways to be a prepared investor from an emergency fund to understanding the depths of your rental insurance. 

James Altucher is back with Jason Hartman to discuss his moves in the stock market, and why he favors certain positions. As well, this pandemic will accelerate our development with technology and how we perceive colleges vs certificates.  

Key Takeaways:

[3:00] An emergency fund is a good, prudent idea. 

[4:30] Check your policies for insurance against lost rent.

[6:00] The insurance business is the only business with a negative cost of capital.

[9:26] Buffet said, “Never bet against America”

[10:00] Buffet video: https://youtu.be/JPlRNQtjOHc

[13:10] We, the proverbial We, all live better now than the richest people of the past. 

[21:39] Don’t buy SPY “the spider”, go with RVT instead. Royce Value Trust Inc

[22:20] Anything that was going to happen in ten years, will happen tomorrow

[25:00] Altucher shares his preferences on stocks based on some forced trends bound to happen in the next ten years.

[28:45] Florida has “luxury weather.”

[32:30] 40 alternatives to college, with James Altucher. 

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When it comes to pandemics or infectious disease, population density is an issue. Jason Hartman discusses some additional property investment parameters to consider when investing. Suburban living, a uniquely American movement, has great potential for growth, both locally and worldwide. While the location might have been the way of the past, housing is the way of the future.

James Altucher joins Jason to share his viewpoints on the economy, stocks, and more specifically the stimulus. As well, listen to the seriousness of this pandemic from a New Yorker’s perspective, and what it’s like managing life in the most challenging U.S. coronavirus area. 

Key Takeaways:

[2:00] When it comes to pandemics or infectious diseases, density is an issue.

[4:45] Investment property parameters to consider: linear, cyclical, and hybrid markets. High and low-density population. Conforming and jumbo loans.

[7:45] The concept of suburban “SUB-urban” living is a uniquely American idea.

[9:00] World living comparisons of rural vs urban living.

[11:15] Covid-19 deaths per 100,000 people

[12:40] The 90% economy, maybe a bit optimistic?

[15:42] Housing vs location

Guest: James Altucher

[18:30] The New York and New Jersey Coronavirus perspective vs the rest of the nation.

21:30] “The earlier models were wrong”

[26:10] “As long as you keep seeing insanity happen, those are all canaries in the coal mine.” -Altucher

[17:00] We know that the economy is going to wake up, we just don’t know when and how.

[28:40] Understanding why we should prep for supply shock.

[30:15] The GDP of a year is about 20 trillion dollars, 5 trillion per quarter. There is an expectation that 2 to 3 trillion will be withdrawn from the economy this quarter. 

[34:30] Is this stimulus enough, are the right people getting it?

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Today’s Flashback Friday episode was originally released: Jul 30, 2016

Jason Hartman talks with acclaimed financial advisor Ric Edelman.  Barron’s has six times (2004–2009) ranked Ric Edelman among America’s 100 top financial advisors. In 2009, Ric was ranked the #1 independent financial advisor in the nation by Barron’s.

In 2004, Ric was inducted into the Financial Advisor Hall of Fame, ranked by Research Magazine for his focus on the individual client and ranked #42 on Registered Rep magazine’s list of “America’s Top 50 Advisors.” Inc. magazine three times named the firm the fastest-growing privately-held financial planning firm in the country. Ric received an honorary doctorate from Rowan University in 1999, and in 2007 was inducted into the Rowan University Public Relations Student Society of America Hall of Fame.

As a #1 New York Times best-selling author his five books on personal finance include Ordinary People, Extraordinary Wealth; The New Rules of Money; Discover the Wealth Within You; What You Need to Do Now; and the personal finance classic, The Truth About Money. His sixth book, The Lies About Money, was published in the fall of 2007 by Simon & Schuster and his latest book, Rescue Your Money, was published in the spring of 2008.  Ric’s books have been translated into several languages.

As a national radio show host on ABC Radio Networks, he can be heard on radio stations throughout the country. The live call-in advice program has been on the air for more than 15 years and earned Ric the A.I.R. Award for Best Talk Show Host in Washington D.C. (1993).  He also publishes a monthly newsletter, has built one of the most comprehensive and free online educational resources about personal finance at RicEdelman.com, and is the author of video and audio educational systems that help people achieve their financial goals.

Philanthropic Activities include Rowan University. They also funded the Edelman Nursing Career Development Center at Inova Health System Foundation. Ric served six years on the Board of the United Way of the National Capital Area and in 2007 completed his two-year term as Chairman of the Board. He also serves on the boards of The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, D.C., and its foundation. Ric also is a full partner of the American Savings Education Council and the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy. He is a former board member of Junior Achievement of the National Capital Area and served for three years on the Grants Committee of the Foundation for Financial Planning, where he remains a major donor. They also actively support HEROES Inc., Make-a-Wish Foundation, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and many other charities.

As Chairman and CEO of Edelman Financial Services LLC. He is also President and Director of Sanders Morris Harris Group. Ric is an Investment Advisor Representative and offers advisory services through EFS an SEC-registered investment advisor. He is also a Registered Representative of and offers securities through Sanders Morris Harris Inc., an affiliated broker/dealer, member FINRA/SIPC.

Barron’s ranking “Top 100 Independent Financial Advisors” (Aug. 31, 2009) based on assets under management, revenues the advisors generate for their firms, and the quality of their practices.

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Jason Hartman takes us on a trip down recession lane. Backing up to the early 80s, Jason discusses the cost of a home through several recessions in the past, no matter how impactful they felt. As well, prep yourself for the next webinar, May 1st.

Doug Casey, author of Crisis Investing: Opportunities and Profits in the Coming Great Depression, joins Jason to discuss the biggest hysteria since the Salem Witch Trials. Casey shares his opinion on The Great Recession and the role it might play in the potential Greater Depression. Learn why Casey advises one to invest in mining, and his feelings on bonds, stocks, cash, gold, and cryptocurrency in comparison.

Webinar:

May 1st and May 3rd: bit.ly/sweethomewebinar

Key Takeaways:

[2:00] Sweet Home NEW Alabama webinar: bit.ly/sweethomewebinar

[4:45] What kind of price changes did we see in homes during several of the past recessions? A quick analysis over the past 40 years of recessions.

[14:20] “The biggest hysteria since the Salem Witch Trials” - Casey

[17:45] Casey presupposes that the worst of the 2008 recession is yet to come, and that for the last 8-10 years, we have been in the calm, the eye, of the storm.

[19:30] “This could be more than a financial meltdown. Possibly an economic and social meltdown as well.”

[20:00] The U.S. is no longer a country, but more-so a multi-dimensional, domestic, empire.

[22:20] Bonds are a triple threat, about the worst place for your money at this time.

[24:30] Bonds, stocks, cash, gold, cryptocurrency?

[28:15] Have we entered the greater depression? This could potentially be the biggest upset since the industrial revolution.

[33:50] Surviving a depression, the most important thing is to have assets where there is no counter-party risk. Something in which you don’t have to trust a bank, insurance company, or your pension fund.

[36:30] Having fun, what about mining the asteroids?

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The emperor has no clothes! The ‘Lame-Stream’ Media has finally caught up with Jason’s predictions of migration away from high-density areas. Beware of the elevator! High rise condos mixed in metropolitan areas have more warning signs than advantages in the modern, mobile workplace. The rise of suburbia is here! Take your work poolside, in the backyard of your very own, suburban home. 

Coronavirus Quarantine Survivor, attorney, author, and actress, Juanita Ingram joins Jason Hartman to discuss Taiwan’s reaction to Coronavirus, approximately 30 days before it hit the U.S. What did Taiwan do right, and how did SARS prepare them for this problem? Born in Tennessee, and made her way through the U.K. and finally to Taiwan, hear Juanita’s perspective on the differences of culture and how Coronavirus was handled. 

Key Takeaways: 

[2:30] Suburbia is a uniquely American idea, that benefits us greatly, in the migration away from high-density areas.

[5:15] Inflationary is bad government, bad fiscal and monetary policy while deflationary is technology and globalization.

[8:00] Realtors and demographers say that this acceleration of a trend (migration away from high-density areas), is already taking place. This migration was something that was happening before COVID-19, which is something that might only be accelerating the trend. 

[10:00] "We don’t need the fancy downtown office space. So, do I need to be so close to the city?”

[12:30] Never listen to the naysayers, they’re usually wrong.

[15:00] Reports of temporary migration out of high-density areas started with the shelter in place. The continuation of this will be a more permanent migration. 

[17:20] Demographers and realtors alike, predict that this is a tipping point of people that have been dreaming of backyards, pools, and more space. 

Guest Juanita Ingram

[18:45] What’s going on in Taiwan, so close to China? 

[23:00] From Wuhan Virus to COVID-19, the changes made in Taiwan, approximately 30 days ahead of the U.S.

[24:45] After Taiwan’s experience with SARS, they had a pandemic plan in place. Taiwan is now being called the blueprint of what should’ve been done

[26:30] Taiwan’s cases escalated due to the import of cases from outside of the country. 

[30:30] Two ER Doctors in Atlanta, Georgia that both tested positive. One is very sick, and the other is asymptomatic. 

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There’s no place like home. Jason Hartman interviews Dottie Herman on her track to success, from realtor to CEO. Dottie shares her experiences in New York post 9/11, and how this affected the overall mood of New Yorkers and how they wanted to live. What kind of conclusions about shifting mindset from Covid-19 can we draw about the American home? Even banks are scared about giving housing loans with so many jobs in the air. With the current credit problems and mortgage issues, housing prices in the near future are a big question mark. 

Key Takeaways: 

[1:00] The escape plan around the world

[2:45] Check out shows on UN Agenda 21

[8:40] The current mortgage and credit problems might influence housing prices to drop

[12:20] “You don’t just turn a key and everything starts all over”

[12:45] Banks are double-checking if people have jobs, they are scared they are going to get burned

[16:10] In harder times, like post 9/11, people want to be with their families, and in homes that are comfortable and accommodating of their family.

[23:00] The millennial generation has different needs and wants in a home as compared to that of the baby boomers

[27:00] "If you really want to make money, and you really want to acquire wealth, you need to own real estate"

[30:30] When compared to stocks, real estate will always be here and easier to understand

[31:00] As Dorothy said, “there’s no place like home”

[32:00] Don’t be afraid to fail, and don’t be afraid of the word no

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Today, Jason Hartman discusses the Phillips curve and its relevance to our current economic situation. While we are all challenged in ways to adapt to our shelter-in-place advising, several benefits are being popularized out of necessity. Telemedicine is growing rapidly, and not just for humans. Veterinary practices are using telemedicine for your pet's health as well.

Steve Hochberg returns to elaborate on the Elliott Wave. How do we know when we have too much debt, the U.S., or the individual? 

Key Takeaways:

[1:00] Is Kim Jong-Un alive?

[5:30] Telemedicine, we’re finally there

[8:00] The Phillips curve

[14:00] Monetary policy comes from central banks, and fiscal policy comes from the government 

Guest: Steve Hochberg

[22:00] Everything the Fed has said they’re going to do has been backed by the Treasury. The treasury has pledged to cover any losses that the Fed is going to incur through their lending programs, and this can’t go on forever

[24:00] How do we know when we have too much debt?

[28:30] “I think there’s a huge bull market starting right now, and it’s the bull-market in cash” -Hochberg

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Jason Hartman shares sound advice on the top four reasons that a company fails. Steve Hochberg joins Jason to break down the methods of the Elliott Wave Principle. Listen to how the Elliott Wave Principle used collective investor psychology to predict 2020 stock market trends, without the influence of Coronavirus, as early as late 2019. Will we continue to see the stability of linear markets vs the volatility of cyclical markets, post-pandemic? Do recessions cause cautious businessmen or do cautious businessmen cause recessions? 

Key Takeaways:

[2:30] From a discussion: the four primary reasons a company fails

[4:00] Number one, FEAR - Faults, education, appearing, real

[5:15] Number two, mindset

[9:00] Number three, lack of connections

[11:30] Number four, Lacking systems and process

[15:20] What is going on in the financial world?

[17:00] Unfolding the Elliott Wave Principle 

[18:20] “Late 2019, the U.S. economy had some very strong economic numbers, the social mood was very elevated, but there were some underlying problems going on”

[19:20] The yield curve: the three month U.S. Treasury bill yield minus the ten year U.S. Treasury note, had inverted, which was a key indicator in the last months of 2019. 

[23:00] Cyclical vs linear markets, post-pandemic

[28:00] Do recessions cause cautious businessmen or do cautious businessmen cause recessions? 

[30:00] An Elliot Wave is a hierarchical fractal, it has self-similar patterns at all degrees of the scale

[30:45] Why do you prefer the DOW over the S&P?

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“Compared to what?” If you have ever listened to a Jason Hartman Podcast you will understand the weight of this simple question. Whether you are looking at small product quality, or the nutrition value of food, investment opportunities, or presidential policies, it’s important to ask, “compared to what?” 

As well, Jason talks about the development of frictionless real estate leasing and sales. The increasing popularity of virtual tours gives a lot of benefits to real estate investors.

Key Takeaways:

[1:45] What are you doing with the self-quarantine time?

[2:30] A discussion on inflation, and how it’s hidden from us

[6:00] Who is saying that the U.S. could become a second rate or vulnerable world power in the next twenty years?

[10:30] At the end of the day, any law is reduced to the barrel of a gun

[16:00] There is a necessity of central banks in wartime, whether that war is seen or unseen (coronavirus)

[17:30] Orange juice is a scam, you’ll see

[25:00] Free market capitalism - is it a great thing?

[28:30] Frictionless real estate and what it means to investors: the perks of virtual tours

[35:00] America gets the special privilege of being more irresponsible than other countries

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Today’s FlashBack Friday Episode was originally published on May 10, 2016. 

Jason explores the benefits of being a direct investor and the problems of group investing or pooling money and going into other people’s deals, businesses, partnerships, LLC’s, REIT’s, or TICS. Hear a chat with Jim Cramer of Mad Money and The Street.com.

Key Takeaways:

[2:00] The hardest ship to sail is a partnership. Investing is a partnership. Thou shalt maintain control. Don’t invest in anyone else’s deal.

[8:00] How many of you have ever worked for a publicly-traded company? Those who do have often said that what goes on inside the company has almost no relation to what’s happening with that company’s stock. 

[11:00] Companies have three groups to please: customers, shareholders, and employees. What companies are able to please all three simultaneously?

[18:00] “Pools are for Fools” - we should NOT be investing our money in anyone else’s deal. We buy our own property, and then keep our profits for ourselves.

[22:00] Bob Citron and how he invested with Merrill Lynch that led to Orange County filing bankruptcy. 

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The big talk right now is that of supply & demand shock. Jason walks us through the current market trends and the developments leading to the inevitable supply/demand shock. Simple at-home lab experiments, like watching the prices change in airline tickets help illustrate this shock at work. 

Dan Amerman joins Jason in part II to discuss crisis investing. Dan, the author of Cycles of Crisis and The Containment of Crisis, takes us through his analysis of economic trends and changes due to coronavirus. As well, Dan advises on what we, the entrepreneur, should consider and how to take action, especially concerning advantages from understanding inflation. 

Take Advantage:

Friday at 2 pm EST: bit.ly/JAXwebinar 

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Key Takeaways:

[2:00] Proving the non-theoretical practice of supply/demand shock

[4:00] The misery index has high inflation and high unemployment at the same time

[7:30] Ex: Supply/Demand shock with oil companies

[11:00] Dan gives us the macro picture

[12:30] Cycles of Crisis and The Containment of Crisis

[18:45] How do you quantify neighborhoods?

[21:00] We live in a way of debt and derivatives, will it be this way forever or does it have to reset at some point?

[22:20] Japanification is a very real scenario for a period of time

[26:00] Major corporations, when compared to the entrepreneur, have access to far lower cost liabilities, in that they can get free or cheap debt (getting paid to borrow or negative interest rates) 

[26:40] What action should people be taking now?

[28:30] What’s the way to distinguish inflation in terms of asset price inflation and consumer price inflation?

[30:30] Understanding price inflation (change in the value of money) and asset deflation (a decrease in the value of an asset)

Websites:

danielamerman.com

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Jason interviews Chrysta Castañeda, author of The Last Trial of T. Boone Pickens. Get the oil and gas industry insight from Chysta, the go-to lawyer for high stakes litigation in the energy industry and beyond. Chrysta shares her experience with T. Boone Pickens and her knowledge of the current oil market problems. 

Before our guest today, Jason talks about Stimulus Maximus and how this plays into scarcity and utility. What makes an economic unit valuable? Look forward to our JAX Webinar this Friday at 2 PM EST!

Webinar This Week:

Friday at 2 pm EST: bit.ly/JAXwebinar 

Key Takeaways:

[3:30] “Luxury Weather” 

[4:45] How many tenants paid their rent with a credit card?

[6:20] Litigation is a form of human rights

[7:15] Stimulus Maximus - Senate passed a $484 billion stimulus package

[9:30] What makes any economic unit valuable is scarcity and utility 

[11:30] In terms of scarcity and utility, what’s to come of the dollar?

[14:00] Private Podcast in the Members Only JHU

[16:30] What happened with Pickens and how did the investment deal go bad?

[20:40] "As we saw the financial markets plummet, so did the oil market"

[21:30] Saudi Arabia and Russia are starting a supply war with oil, which was already oversupplied

[23:30] There is a coordinated market mechanism for oil production limitations

[26:40] Brief history about the name "Railroad Commission"

[29:00] Will we shift to a larger work-from-home community?

Websites:

www.LastTrialofTBoonePickens.com

Friday at 2 pm EST: bit.ly/JAXwebinar 

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Jason Hartman talks about the lack of renter defaults in the peak U.S. month of the COVID-19 pandemic. How will the forbearance issues play out? The oil and gas industry is facing the steepest collapse in history. What will this recession/depression look like, and will you heed the advice of the late, great Warren Buffet? Listen to this episode to expand your knowledge of pandemic investing.  

Key Takeaways:

[4:00] “Be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful” - Warren Buffet

[8:00] The oil market, have we hit a period of negative oil prices?

[13:00] Even Coca-cola consumption is down 25%

[15:30] A few of the big banks each had class-action lawsuits filed against them by small businesses claiming poor, or unfair, handling of the PPP processing

[20:45] Is Kim Jong Un in danger after emergency heart surgery?

[21:15] The situation on forbearance is unclear 

[24:30] Recession or depression, two or four flat quarters?

[27:00] 2020 version of The Grapes of Wrath migration

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Jason Hartman and Rabbi Evan Moffic talk about the big migration out of high density areas. Starting in 2016 a trend of moving to low density areas started to grow and the pandemic has encouraged the departure from more densely populated areas. While these trends may rely heavily on the wants and needs of Generation Z, health issues and worker experiences might speed up the migration. 

Key Takeaways:

[4:00] Pandemic proved how densely we are living, and also how successfully you can live working remotely

[7:00] Starting in 2016, a trend of non-metropolitan counties were gaining population more-so than metropolitan counties

[9:45] A lot of the migration trends could depend a lot on Generation Z

[13:00] What led you to believe that this mass migration to lower density living would occur?

[16:40] The average population density (APD) of the U.S.A. is only 87 people per square mile

[17:28] The APD of metropolitan areas of the U.S.A. is 283 people per square mile, and the APD of New York City is 27,000 people per square mile

[21:30] The rise of socialism 

[25:30] “Expansions make millionaires, recessions and depressions make billionaires”

[26:20] “In a recession or a depression, the person who wins is the person who loses the least”

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In today’s 10th show special, Jason takes us on a journey to collective consciousness taking a big leap comparing herd immunity and the Hundredth Monkey Theory. Sunday Funday is a time for reflection and gaining perspective.

Mike Robbins joins us for some important lessons in mental health and dealing with grief. We are all grieving together, for ourselves and for those that surround us. It’s time to stop, pause, and reflect. How can we focus on the moment?

Key Takeaways:

[2:00] Sunday Not-So Funday

[7:30] The hundredth monkey theory

[12:40] The theory is that there is a certain point at which a universal consciousness develops and it spreads, even when it is geographically unconnected 

[13:40] Does herd immunity have parallels to the hundredth monkey theory? JasonHartman.com/ask

[14:30] Mike Robbins, the author of five books, Focus on the Good Stuff, Be Yourself Everyone Else is Already Taken, Nothing Changes Until You Do, and, Bring Your Whole Self to Work

[18:45] Perspective is important, and when we are in the middle of something, it’s difficult to have perspective on it

[20:30] Even though it may not seem like it right now, you have more than this requires

[21:15] If we are experiencing difficulty the common element is that we are focusing internally instead of externally

[4:30] The world has intervened in a way, and forced all of us to stop, pause, and reflect

[30:30] How do we focus on the moment?

[36:30] You can control your attitude and you can control your effort, everything else is some form of out of your control

Websites:

Mike-robbins.com

1-800-Hartman

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Beware of the 'invisible tax,' inflation. Jason Hartman discusses inflation, poverty, and work-from-home lifestyle and advantages. In these challenging times, which professionals are able to stay optimistic? How are the elites transferring wealth?

In part II of today’s show, Jason interviews Jessica Mah, founder of inDinero. Tune in for pro-tips on loan approval for PPP & EIDL. How can you optimize your time with loan delays, and get ahead of the game? And, don’t forget to prep for the end-game of these loans, will they be forgiven? Follow the rules and we shall see. 

Key Takeaways:

[3:15] There are two types of taxation that we are paying: 1) The tax that we see, income tax, sales tax, etc 2) The inflation tax, which destroys the purchasing power of our money

[7:30] People are being driven into poverty in this quarantine, making it very difficult for some to adjust to the work-from-home lifestyle

[13:30] “Tis the set of the sails, And not the gales, Which tell us the way to go.” -Ella Wheeler Wilcox

[16:00] How are the elites transferring wealth?

[19:30] Jessica Mah, found of inDinero, helping entrepreneurs run better businesses

[20:50] PPP has run out? Only 6% of all applications have been approved by the SBA and funded. 

[21:15] The SBA is saying the best option is to use the bank you are already with, although Jessica has seen more success getting a loan through smaller regional banks

[23:15] Have you seen success in getting loans with brokers?

[25:30] Every bank is accepting PPP & EIDL applications even though they’re both on hold due to running out of money

[26:45] How can you be successful at getting your slice of the bailout pie?

[27:30] Pro-Tips: Show your work; have an excel spreadsheet that shows how you came to your figures

[30:30] How difficult is the one-page application? 

[31:00] The Magic Question, “What is all of the information you need from me in order for the bank to formally process my loan application and submit it to the SBA?”

[34:00] This loan could be forgiven if properly played out

[38:00] Encouraged to apply for PPP & EIDL, but PPP is the better of the two options for covering big payroll sheets

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Today’s FlashBack Friday episode was originally published on October 13, 2010

Jason talks with Harvey Mackay author of the New York Times #1 bestsellers Swim With The Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive and Beware the Naked Man Who Offers You His Shirt. Both books are among the top 15 inspirational business books of all time, according to the New York Times. In total, Harvey’s books have sold 10 million copies worldwide, been translated into 37 languages and sold in 80 countries.

Harvey is a nationally syndicated columnist for United Feature Syndicate, whose weekly articles appear in 52 newspapers around the country, including the Chicago Sun Times, Rocky Mountain News, Orange County Register, Minneapolis Star Tribune and Arizona Republic. He also is one of America’s most popular and entertaining business speakers. Toastmasters International named him one of the top five speakers in the world. At age 26, he purchased a small, failing envelope company in 1959 which has grown to a $100 million business employing over 600 people. MackayMitchell Envelope Company is one of the nation’s major envelope manufacturers, producing 25 million envelopes a day. As chairman, Harvey’s philosophy is engrained in the company, beginning with its motto: Do what you love, love what you do and deliver more than you promise.

Harvey is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and the Stanford University Graduate School of Business Executive Program. He is an avid runner and marathoner, and former #1 ranked tennis player in Minnesota.

He currently sits on the board of the Minnesota Orchestra and is a former director on Robert Redford’s Sundance Institute and the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management. He has been a guest lecturer at various universities and business schools, including Harvard, Stanford, Michigan, Cornell, Wharton and Penn State.

Central to Harvey’s business, and to his books, is the ability to stay competitive in the often cut-throat world of business, to ‘swim with the sharks’, without sacrificing one’s personal integrity or doing it at the expense of other people. He does this by focusing on building strong relationships with both customers and employees.

In fact, Harvey is a master of networking. He believes most people make the mistake of only turning to their network when they need it; for example, when they’re looking for a new job. Harvey says that networking is a lifelong practice that provides you with new knowledge and experiences, job security, expanded financial reach, and the strength of the group. The secret to maintaining a great network is, above all, knowing the value of the personal touch.

In spite of his hectic schedule, Harvey still finds plenty of time for family and fun. He’s an avid golfer (11.4 handicap) and recently won the Super Senior Men’s Championship at his home club in Scottsdale!

He and his wife, Carol Ann, have been married over 45 years, and enjoy spending time with their nine grandchildren. They are avid travelers, taking an annual trip to Italy, and planning upcoming tours of China and Africa.

Websites:

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One of the top forecasters in the real estate industry, Barry Habib, joins Jason Hartman to discuss the money creation issue that’s happening worldwide. What truths about the mortgage market aren’t being told? The middle class has been taken under attack, and here are the tools to stay on top, and lose the least. 

Mark Your Calendar: 

TONIGHT! Thursday, April 16, 2020, More Details Here: TAX SALE Webinar Link

Key Takeaways:

[2:30] The middle class has been under attack for decades. Comment at JasonHartman.com/ask

[6:00] The return policy for real estate doesn’t come without a restocking fee

[8:00] In a depression, the person who wins is the person who loses the least

[9:00] www.PandemicInvesting.Com

[9:30] Barry Habib, "printing money can lead to inflation or hyperinflation" 

[19:30] What investments are you holding onto? 

[23:00] The fed is trying to loosen the money supply yet lenders and servicers are very concerned

[29:00] All of this stimulus has to be paid back, and the fed is first inline

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From FOMO to a simpler life, I think we all expect some change post-Coronavirus. Jason predicts a migration away from densely populated urban areas, and the rise of suburbia. Has mortgage financing become a challenge that makes lenders worried, as Chase has stipulated a 20% down and 700 FICO? 

Liens, deeds, and certificates, find out all of the ins and outs of Tax Sales Profits with our guest, Julia M. Spencer, in part two of today’s podcast. Consider this the fast track to Tax Sales Profits when Julia and Jason would both advise you to take this time for continuing your education.

Mark Your Calendar: 

Thursday, April 16, 2020 More Details Here: TAX SALE Webinar Link

Key Takeaways:

[3:00] FOMO to A Simple Life, there’s change in the air

[5:45] 84% of the U.S. population lives in urban areas

[6:30] Population Migration? ‘Bets Made’ at JasonHartman.com/ask

[8:45] Lenders are worried, J.P. Morgan Chase massively increased the requirements to obtain mortgage financing

[9:40] bit.ly/thursdayfund Bring your questions to the Thursday Webinar

[10:30] Responding to JasonHartman.com/ask : Heed the warning! 

[17:00] Returning guest: Julia Spencer

[18:10] What are tax sales and how can investors benefit from them?

[23:00] Liens, deeds, and certificates: explain the differences

[28:00] What happens when someone doesn’t pay their tax bill?

[33:00] The defining characteristic between a lien and a deed is the redemption period

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How will housing change? What kind of recession recovery will we see? Our guest today is here to discuss the looming recession due to Coronavirus. China is coming back online with products, but who will be on the receiving end? Jason shares predictions on the rise of suburbia and the ever-diminishing desire to live in high-density cities. Who will receive the U.S. bail-out?

Key Takeaways:

[2:00] Multi-generational living

[4:15] L, V, U, ? shaped recovery?

[7:30] You can’t shut down the economy for even 90 days and expect to not have a major recession

[8:50] China is coming back online to some extent now

12:48] Why would the U.S. bail out the cruise lines?

[18:00] The Federal Reserve is now a bond buyer and might soon become a stock buyer as well

[21:50] What’s to be made of all of the sudden CEO resignations?

[27:15] Expansions create millionaires but recessions create billionaires

[35:30] The rise of suburbia

Websites:

www.Financialsurvivalnetwork.com

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Jason Hartman talks with Norm Champ, a partner in the New York office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP about preventing the next crisis. Find out some helpful financial tips from the author of Mastering Money: How to Beat Debt, and Be Prepared for Any Financial Crisis. As the former director of the Division of Investment Management at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Norm’s experience and viewpoint has many valuable lessons. 

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Key Takeaways:

[2:15] Are we witnessing the collapse of the mortgage market?

[4:00] Stock up on food, and toiletries, but don’t forget to stock up on cash! Follow the golden rule

[8:05] Where is the next financial crisis going to come from?

[11:00] The home in which you live, is not necessarily something that needs to be owned

[17:00] Renting vs owning, taking care of the property is one of the major benefits to seeing ownership

[21:00] Understanding affinity fraud

[26:00] What is the Volker Rule? Was it supposed to replace the Glass-Steagall Act?

[34:00] There are some benefits from circulation between the private side and the public side

Websites:

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Happy Easter! More so than ever, the home is the center of the universe. Jason continues his pandemic investing discussion with Casey Weade about investment principles that work in hard times or easy times. If it makes sense the day you buy it, and the property is for essential living, you’re off to a good start. But before that, Jason shares a message from the client, Aaron about forbearance in these pandemic times. What do we know? What has changed? And will the fed rates continue to drop?

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Key Takeaways:

[2:00] Happy Easter!

[6:20] Client Aaron, mortgage update, understanding forbearance in these times, what do we know?

[14:00] Will fed rates continue going down?

[20:00] Tech companies can’t make money?

[25:30] The home is the center of the universe

[30:00] Travel will change, and rentals will follow

[33:30] Vacationing is optional, so in tougher times, short-term rentals may suffer

[37:00] A good RV ratio, 1%, is worth its weight

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Be optimistic! It’s hard to stay positive in times of crisis, but Jason reminds us about controlling our perspective. The world will go back to normal. Think long-term, people and companies will figure out a way. 

In part II, Casey Weade interviews Jason on the idea of pandemic investing, and how to know when it’s the right time to start investing in real estate. Since the remote world is becoming easier, and more friction-free, suburbia is on the rise. 

Upcoming Events: 

Tuesday’s Webinar: bit.ly/tue2pmet

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Key Takeaways:

[3:30] We are trained to focus on the negative, hence the media’s direction

[4:30] Stay calm, keep good counsel, keep your eye on the ball, take action

[7:30] Entertain some of the conspiracy theories, at least for their entertainment value

[9:30] The world will go back to normal

[13:00] People and companies will figure out a way

[14:30] Act in your long-term self-interest vs short-term self-interest

[20:00] Casey Weade talks pandemic investing

[25:05] Crisis is an opportunity riding the dangerous wind

[28:00] Suburbia is uniquely American

[32:00] The remote world is becoming easier, and more friction-free

[34:00] When is the right time to start investing in real estate?

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Today’s Flash Back Friday comes from Episode, 56 Originally Published June 2, 2008

Jason sits in the hot seat on The Al Rantel Show on KABC LA to talk about the current state of economic affairs, and then responds to listener questions. Hartman discusses inflation and the upcoming 2008 recession the very month that the U.S. recession is declared.

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Key Takeaways:

[5:30] “You can’t keep printing money and have the value of a dollar stay the same” -Hartman

[7:30] “Liar loans,” homes that people could obviously not afford

[10:00] Are we in a recession? Learn more about how the U.S. is declared to be in a recession by the NBER from Recession of Depression

[15:00] Understanding the diversity of real estate markets across the U.S.

[16:45] Buy a set of commodities with as much debt as you can

[20:00] Putting equity into a property is never a good deal

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In preparation for our show this weekend, Jason brings up the potentially forgivable loans from the SBA. Also, Jason discusses inflationary forces due to Trump's initiative for de-globalization. 

In part II, Dr. Kaeberlein, professor of pathology, talks about the disadvantages of the elderly when it comes to vaccines. Dr. Kaeberlein elaborates on why this is connected to Coronavirus vaccines. Find out more about anti-aging and the Dog Aging Project.

Upcoming Events: 

Tuesday’s Webinar: https://bit.ly/Tue2pmET

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Key Takeaways:

[2:30] The SBA is giving out potentially forgivable loans

[7:00] Link for Tuesday’s Webinar: bit.ly/tue2pmet

[9:20] De-globalization will lead to many inflationary forces

[13:20] Dr. Matt Kaeberlein, Coronavirus and Age, and why those two are connected in such an important way

[17:50] Can we overcome the disadvantage of the elderly when it comes to vaccines and susceptibility to viruses? 

[21:20] What therapies are you (Kaeberlein) working on to combat the age-related diseases? 

[23:40] “The goal is to try to identify either drugs or lifestyle interventions that have an impact on these molecular hallmarks of aging in the direction that we want them to go” - Dr. Kaeberlein

[26:20] We probably have interventions now that could have a significant impact on health and longevity in people

[29:20] Until we consider biological age in our approach to these diseases, we’re going to continue to fail

[30:20] What’s the dog aging project? 

[31:25] Does rapamycin slow aging?

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Jason Hartman and Pat Donohoe discuss action steps and dealing with the media and coronavirus. Will we make the most of a creative destruction situation, and how can we benefit from it? 

In segment two, Harry Dent shares his thoughts on where Baby Boomers and Millennials will go next, be that downsizing or repurposing the McMansions. What differences between the two generations have led to peak earning and peak spending trends, and how will they affect the housing market? 

Key Takeaways:

[7:30] With the Coronavirus & media, what’s the action step here?

[9:40] We are experiencing the biggest money printing extravaganza in world history

[11:41] We don’t know how much debt is too much

[15:30] Creative destruction, advantages and disadvantages, and hindsight bias

[17:00] Harry Dent, "The baby boomers have sold their homes and joined the renters"

[20:00] In general, are the millennials in a good place or a bad place?

[23:00] Harry, “I like the high quality, the ten and thirty-year U.S. Treasury Bonds”

[30:00] What’s to come of the Millennials and the McMansions? 

[36:00] If we don’t rebalance this debt, and go through what you always go through after a debt bubble, we may end up like Japan

[38:00] Jason, "Financial assets like the wall street economy vs real assets like the main street economy are far riskier"

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We are all searching for information on what to expect in uncertain times. Harry Dent joins Jason Hartman to discuss everything you need to know about the economy. Look at patterns Harry has analyzed to predict what’s to come. Jason discusses the roommate component as a part of understanding shadow demand for housing. 

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Key Takeaways:

[1:30] How many times have you washed your hands today?

[4:26] There is a huge shadow demand for housing

[7:25] “Roommate component” of shadow demand, 2002-2012 roommate status when up from 25-32%

[13:15] Thank you to Kurt, 12-year listener, and congratulations! 

[15:00] Harry Dent

[16:00] The stock market is the best leading indicator of the economy

[21:00] After 1995, things start to get out of whack in relation to GDP

[25:10] Every 90 years, like a clock, we see a bigger bubble and a crash

[29:00] What are the biggest bubbles now, Apple, Google, Amazon, tech companies

[32:00] China’s workforce peaked in 2011 and has been declining ever since

[36:40] Harry explains the repo-market 

Websites:

PandemicInvesting.com

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Jason Hartman is joined in today’s show with in house-economist, Thomas to discuss what constitutes a recession and what this one will look like. While some may assume the worst, Thomas presents some numbers that aren’t as bad as expected. 

In Part II, our returning guest, Harry Dent, discusses the economy, company buybacks, and quantitative easing. Take a deeper look into the economic influence of each generation with their peak earning power, and peak spending trends. 

Key Takeaways:

[1:00] The great little recession

[2:00] Members of the national bureau of economic research are careful what to declare a recession, and quite a bit after the fact

[7:10] The employment base for retail and tourism is around 40 million jobs, and we are only down 10 million so far

[14:20] This is a war, just a war on a virus

[16:30] Harry Dent, Demographer

[17:30] Puerto Rico, better weather, lower cost and better tax benefits

[18:53] Famous for predictions on all aspects of the economy

[18:50 ] QE Quantitative easing

[21:00] What is the age of someone’s peak earning power and peak spending?

[23:50] “Quantitative easing is not putting money into the banks system and lending, it is literally buying financial assets like bonds, which puts more money into the pool that’s actually chasing financial assets, and that drives up financial assets.” - Dent

[26:55] Company stocks are going up because of shrinking the number of shares, rather than growing the economy

[28:25] You say the economy is fake?

[29:25] Governments always stimulate the economy

[32:55] Are company stock buybacks really that bad? 

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Does real estate investment beat the stocks, even when the tenant doesn’t pay? Jason Hartman and investment counselor, Adam discuss the perks of real estate investment compared to the stock market, even when the tenant doesn’t pay. This question strikes a chord as millions of Americans will have trouble paying their rent or mortgage on April 1. 

Remember to 1) stay calm 2) keep good counsel 3) keep your eye on the ball and 4) take action.

Jason is joined with Tom, to wrap up some advice and details about the 1031 tax-deferred exchange alternative. 

Key Takeaways:

[4:00] Millions of Americans will have trouble paying rent/mortgage

[7:15] Stay calm, keep good counsel, keep your eye on the ball and take action

[11:23] Will there be a decline in the use of public spaces?

[16:45] Does real estate beat the stock market? 

[19:55] What is the average return on real estate investment? Adam shares his experience with the 100k home

[23:00] Johnny from Arlington

[24:25] The loan modification culture is back

[25:05] Learn More: Strategic Defaults & Loan Modifications

[29:55] Reach out to one of our investment counselors to build a relationship with them and to gain some knowledge in a given market

[31:45] The 1031 Tax-Deferred Exchange Alternative, Part II with Tom

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Today’s Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 719, originally published August 29, 2016

In the first half of today’s episode Jason debunks Peter Schiff’s theory on China’s Great Decoupling. A Business Insider article breaks down the Chinese class system and outlines each class by its income level. And today’s guest, David Merrill of Nationwide Eviction Services shares the benefits of his company’s software platform. The software allows investors who self-manage their properties to pay a small fee to file an eviction from anywhere, on-line. The company’s comprehensive website includes a calculator that can formulate a price per eviction in any state by entering a property’s zip code.

Key Takeaways:

[1:20] Tenants need to uphold their contracts, if not landlords may need an eviction service.

[4:51] Debunking Peter Schiff's The Great Decoupling Theory.

[9:34] A few points about the Business Insider article which addresses China’s middle class.

[18:00] Global trade is good but the current US complex trade agreements are not good.

[20:16] The 3 basic economic scenarios are inflation, deflation and stagnation.

David Merrill Guest Interview:

[23:34] A software solution to the age old problem of eviction.

[26:00] Roughly, what are the costs for an eviction plus court costs in different areas of the country?

[28:59] An eviction is a two-part process, if you plan on recovering your funds.

[31:43] Which states have landlord friendly or landlord unfriendly markets?

[35:08] Smart Eviction Technology is a standardized form which adapts to the differences in local markets.

[37:25] People should standardize all of their collection efforts on all of their properties.

[39:31] Keep the lines of communication open. It pays to work with your renters before starting the eviction process

[44:25] An online calculator shows which areas are more landlord friendly or tenant friendly based on cost per zip code.

[48:12] Contact information for David Merrill and his closing thoughts.

Websites:

TAX SALE Webinar Link

www.JasonHartman.com/Properties

www.JasonHartman.com

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (Libsyn)

Jason Hartman PropertyCast (iTunes)

1-800-HARTMAN

Direct download: CW_1426_FBF__David_Merrill_719.mp3
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