Wed, 30 September 2020
Investor, entrepreneur, and Crypto Expert, Mark Moss, returns to the show today discussing what's happening in Mexico compared to California? Moss, a California resident, shares some aspects of California that are proving problematic moving forward. Will these bills in motion and aggressive attempts to combat climate change cause a California market crash?
“Every problem boils down to the money,” says Mark Moss. Mark Moss talks with Jason Hartman about his feelings on bitcoin and why it might be the most favorable currency, even over the dollar. This talk includes a quick history lesson sharing one aspect of currency evolution. As well, what will happen when the stimulus ends?
[2:00] Why is that the power stays on in Mexico, but not in California?
[5:00] California is leading the charge on fighting back against climate change.
[8:30] And what do experts say about the cause of the fire?
[13:00] With California's chaos and the four bills in working order that could affect real estate, what will happen with the California real estate market?
[15:30] Will there be a real estate crash in 2021?
[17:10] Mark speaks about one market misconception.
[18:30] The markets; stock, real estate, gold, etc., have become disconnected.
[20:00] What happens when the stimulus ends?
[22:30] How will this change cryptocurrency, like bitcoin?
[25:15] What makes bitcoin superior to gold or the dollar?
[26:45] A history lesson on African cowrie/aggry beads.
[28:40] “If the people understood the banking system, there would be a revolution overnight.” Henry Ford
Direct download: 261_Market_Crash_Predictions_California_Climate_Policy_Crypto_History_Bitcoin__Mark_Moss.mp3
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Sat, 26 September 2020
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Fri, 25 September 2020
Dan Millman, author of The Life You Were Born To Live, is here to discuss the loneliness epidemic as well as his recent book. The question that surrounds 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?
[0:00] Guest Dan Millman
[2:45] How will people cope with the loneliness epidemic? Will coronavirus impact our interaction with technology in a positive way?
[5:00] There’s a huge difference between not being able to eat, and choosing not to eat.
[8:00] Constraints breed creativity.
[11:00] Athlete’s understand the law of presence.
[15:15] Are we spiritually weight lifting now?
[17:45] Being at home, and less stimulated, is tuning up our RAS, reticular activating system.
[19:45] “Right now humanity is going through a transformation and no one promised that it will always be pleasant.” -Millman
[24:00] What do I want to look back on five or ten years from now? How did I treat this period?
Fri, 18 September 2020
Matt Faircloth, of DeRosa Group, and author of Raising Private Capital, joins Jason Hartman today to share some of his stories as a landlord. Find out how Matt went from duplex to 20 units in a garden-style apartment. As well, Matt shares his success with collecting rent while the media was posting about rent strikes.
[1:45] Are rent strikes as bad as the media has made them out to be?
[3:50] In many cases, the rent that a tenant pays is not going completely and directly into the landlord's pocket.
[6:00] The way in which money is changing makes you have to understand what comes after a trillion.
[6:45] How did you take a duplex and turn it into 20 units?
[11:00] Because of COVID-19, the innovation and integration of technology with real estate have amplified.
[15:00] Will we see a state secede from the union in our lifetime?
Direct download: CI_259_COVID-19_Landlord_Chronicles_with_Matt_Faircloth.mp3
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Wed, 16 September 2020
George Gammon joins Jason Hartman remotely from Saint Barthélemy. What's happening with Japan's debt to GDP ratio, and how can the US compare to this? George talks about the change in the savings rate due to Coronavirus and how it is manipulated.
George and Jason discuss some ideas that the Fed may not want the common man to understand. As well, is deflation good or bad? Where are interest rates headed, and how can you come up with a prediction for that?
[1:00] Life in St. Barts, low crime rate, yachts, and more.
[7:45] Jason opens the discussion on Japanonomics.
[8:55] The US deficit just this year will be the same as the total amount of debt accumulated from 1776 to 2000.
[12:00] George talks on trades surplus.
[17:00] How did Coronavirus change the US savings rate?
[20:00] How has the savings rate been manipulated based on IRS' estimates.'?
[21:15] What is it that the Fed, or the powers that be, don't want us to know?
[21:29] Is deflation good or bad?
[24:00] Who 'owns' the Fed?
[29:30] In a truly free market, one is always trying to create a product that has more value than the money in your pocket.
[30:30] Where do you think these interest rates are going?
[33:00] George discusses using the Fisher equation to determine interest rates in the future.
[38:00] Is inflation necessary?
[44:30] Be prepared or you're going to be a victim
[48:55] What is Rebel Capitalist Pro?
Fri, 11 September 2020
257: AMERICA, What Went Wrong? The Crisis Deepens, James B. Steele, Pulitzer Prize & George Polk Winner
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.
The newest book, America What Went Wrong, the Crisis Deepens
[0:45] The middle class has been decimated, without a real dollar raise in four decades. How can this be?
[5:00] Discussing how the median income is behind pace.
[9:30] The free market has been wonderful for this country but it cannot solve this problem we’re in.
[13:00] How could health care be solved?
[17:00] Who are the global money men?
[18:00] Is there hope for the American dream?
[21:15] The solution; what is the foundation that makes the middle class viable again?
Wed, 9 September 2020
There is nothing fair about forcing a person to join a labor union in order to have a job. Jason Hartman interviews Mark Mix, President of the National Right to Work Committee, as they discuss the impact of labor unions in the economy.
[1:40] In some states, you are forced to join a union if you want a job.
[2:00] Mark explains what it means to have a Right to Work in one of the 27 Right To Work states.
[5:15] Is there still a need for labor unions in the workplace in the US?
[10:00] Employment growth has been higher in the right to work states versus forced-unionism states.
[18:15] Simply put, the right to work states give power back to the worker instead of the union official.
[21:50] Generally, how much are union dues?
Fri, 4 September 2020
Jason interviews Chairman of Whalen Global Advisors LLC, R. Christopher Whalen. Whalen speaks on location changes of people and businesses due to Coronavirus. Not only are business locations changing, but companies have been forced to move away from the “old way” of doing business and finally adapting to innovations in technology and communication. Whalen also gives a glimpse into his recent book and discusses the fed’s strategy to steer clear of deflationary times. Will we see consequences from the creation of money and bailouts?
Books: Inflated, How Money & Debt Built the American Dream by R. Christopher Whalen
[2:00] Not only are people leaving big cities, like NYC, because of COVID-19, but large companies are also looking to move so that they can relocate their people.
[4:30] Coronavirus has forced businesses to move out of “the old way.”
[8:50] A brief history of banking, from Abraham Lincoln to present.
[11:20] Before the creation of The Fed, J.P. Morgan was essentially the central bank.
[13:00] Whalen breaks down how he differentiates between inflated as he puts it and inflation.
[18:15] Will we see any consequences from the creation of money and bailouts?
[19:00] Quantitative Easing: central banks buy government bonds or other financial assets to inject money into the economy to expand its activity.
Direct download: CI_Inflated_How_Money__Debt_Built_the_American_Dream_by_R._Christopher_Whalen.mp3
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Wed, 2 September 2020
Jason Hartman talks with Julio Gonzalez, founder of Engineered Tax Services, a licensed engineering firm that focuses on tax benefits at federal, state, and local levels. Julio’s expertise on tax credits gives us a different perspective on where the economy is headed. Today, Jason and Julio discuss property reuse for affordable housing and redistribution centers. Julio shares knowledge about tax credits from selling air rights to 5G infrastructure.
[3:00] Is there a chance to see property reuse like hotels shifting to affordable housing?
[4:00] Many REITs are trying to redesign shopping centers into redistribution centers.
[9:00] It’s hard to make predictions about where the economy will be without any history of vaccinating 7 billion people.
[11:15] There are twenty tax credits associated with investing and real estate at the federal level.
[13:00] The government is incentivizing 5G infrastructure as a tax credit.