American Monetary Association (general)

Jason Hartman talks with Alvin Roth, Craig & Susan McGaw Professor of Economics at Stanford and author of "Who Gets What and Why"

Key Takeaways

[5:28] - what aspect of the real estate market surprises him the most

[11:45] - The market of organ donation

[16:24] Repugnant Transactions

[20:51] Government's role in contracts

[24:56] Signals and two kinds of messages we send

Direct download: AMA_126_Alvin_Roth.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:45am EST

Jason Hartman talks with John Gaver, editor and publisher of Action America and author of "The Rich Don't Pay Tax! ... or Do They?"

Key Takeaways:

[5:11] What the left is doing that's making people vote with their feet

[11:15] What data to look at that isn't corrupted by politicians and economists

[15:52] Discussing the concerns of a national sales tax

[21:40] Who a flat tax would hurt the most (it's not who you'd think)

Websites Mentioned:

www.therichdontpaytax.com
www.therichdontpaytax.com/calculator

Direct download: AMA_125_John_Gaver.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:50pm EST

Jason Hartman talks with Salvatore Buscemi, author of The Art of the Raise about different deal structures in real estate investments.

Key Takeaways

[5:08] Importance of not investing based on personality

[10:03] What you need to do before you even set foot in a deal

[15:21] How different needs in investors change the investment strategy

[27:05] What Jason thinks nobody ever reads

[35:11] Why you need to know the other investors in the deal

Websites Mentioned

www.artoftheraise.com

Direct download: AMA_124_Salvatore_Buscemi.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 4:32pm EST

Jason Hartman discusses 3 different strategies for investing in real estate, what an executive flip is, how to not get caught in the fools game, the difference between an investment and a speculation, the bubble of 2005 with David Wood, from Amplified Living.

Key Takeaways:

[5:30] "I prefer the high end flips because i think the people who are going to buy a million or 2 million dollar house, often lack vision."

[10:07] "If you're buying real estate with a long term vision of having complete financial freedom, then the money coming in you shouldn't be spending."

[21:02] - Everything about real estate investing involves disciplines

[26:57] - "And i find kindness is one of the great methods of negotiation"

Websites Mentioned:

www.amplifiedliving.com

Direct download: AMA_123_David_Wood.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:33am EST

Mark Everson is currently a Republican presidential candidate for the 2016 election, as well as the former Red Cross CEO and former Commissioner of the IRS, about the current race and how stands out in a field as large as this.

 

Key Takeaways:

[4:24] I would suggest to you that we've lost this traditional approach to our nation

[9:55] Some of the Republicans would knee jerk, just defend Wall Street. I'm not doing that

[14:49] People tell me stories, people have the insurance but they're not using it!

Direct download: AMA_122_Mark_Everson.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:52am EST

Aaron Clarey is the author of 5 books, his most current being Enjoy the Decline of America. He also an economist, running the blog Captain Capitalism. He talks with Jason about the USD status as the world's reserve currency, the current environment of political correctness, how the old economic building block of society is failing us and more.

Key Takeaways:

[6:25] - "pursuing such socialist and parasitic policies are not good at all for any country and should never be repeated again"

[10:15] - "we no longer value a child or the family as the basic building block of the economy"

[15:05] - if you want to nail it down to one thing, it's unfunded liabilities

[22:30] - they don't know that by voting Obama in twice that they have fundamentally shifted the tenor of the United States.

Mentioned in this episode:

CaptainCapitalism.blogspot.com

Direct download: AMA_121_Aaron_Clarey.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:56am EST

Nathan Jaye is the founder of Ziprz and contributor to the CFA Institute Magazine. In an article, Nathan interviewed Tom Brown, the global head of investment management at KPMG on some of the interesting financial changes we might see in the next decade and a half. Jason invites Nathan on the show to talk about the article he wrote and to discuss why millennials are not a fan of Wall Street. 

 

Key Takeaways:

[2:40] Nathan talks about the past financial crisis in 2008. 

[4:00] Why do millennials not relate to Wall Street? 

[7:05] Wall Street's business model wants to 'sit down and talk about it' and many millennials who are used to making purchases on the internet do not like that. 

[9:05] Nathan and Jason talk about robo advisers. 

[11:15] Technology will affect the way we traditionally bank.  

[15:45] We're slowly starting to see changes in technology-incorporated clothing.

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

http://ziprz.com/

 

http://blogs.cfainstitute.org/investor/2015/04/28/a-view-to-the-future-changes-in-the-investment-industry/

Direct download: AMA_120_Nathan20_Jaye.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:13pm EST

Salvatore Buscemi is the author of Making the Yield: Real Estate Hard Money Lending Uncovered as well as the Managing Director for Dandrew Partners New York. He talks to Jason Hartman on the subject of finding experienced fund managers, the problems with crowd funding, dealing with inexperienced investors, and much more on today's show. 

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:45] Salvatore talks about his book, Making The Yield: Real Estate Hard Money Lending Uncovered. 

[2:50] You can't take $2,000 from someone and really invest or place that capital meaningfully. 

[9:00] People are going to real estate fund managers who have no experienced and are losing their money. 

[19:45] Real estate crowd funding deals are tricky, because now the developer is dealing with less experienced investors. 

[27:20] You can't make accurate predictions in an era where government and central banks intervene. 

[35:50] People want more control over their investments and rather invest in someone who they have a good relationship with. 

 

[39:30] Ask the hard questions first before you invest. 

Direct download: AMA2011920Salvator20Buscemi20RP20CW20503.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:04pm EST

Jason welcomes Linda P. Jones to the show. Linda is a podcaster and financial expert who teaches others how to have a wealthy mindset and how to build wealth the right way. She became a multimillionaire by the age of 39 and talks to Jason about her stock market background, six steps to building wealth, and where the US dollar is going. 

 

Key Takeaways:

2:30 – Linda realized early on that mutual funds weren't going to make her rich. 

4:30 – People who are overly cheap or frugal do not have a wealthy mindset. 

9:30 – Linda shares her story on how she made money in stocks. 

14:20 – Even if you have a full-time job, having a side hustle is a great way to begin creating wealth. 

16:45 – About every 8.5 years the US sees a financial cycle. 

20:50 – Linda is a big fan of gold and silver and she explains why they're a great investment. 

 25:10 – The only reason the US has so much power is because they have a monopoly on money. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

Money Love by Jerry Gillies

 http://www.lindapjones.com/

Direct download: AMA2011120Linda20P.20Jones.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:09pm EST

Patrick Cox produces unbiased and independent research in the field of transformational technology. He has worked closely with Nobel Prize-winning scientists and economists along with having over 200 of his editorials appear on the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and more. Patrick shares some insider science to Jason and his audience today and also talks about some very interesting medical advancements the media fails to report on. 

 

Key Takeaways:

4:35 – Conviction and convenience do not live together, so you have to separate yourself from convenience. 

7:10 – If you have plans to do great things, you are bound to find some resistance from your friends and family. 

10:00 – You can't get more in life until you are grateful for what you have today. 

14:00 – Birmingham property tour is coming up and Meet the Masters event is coming up in January. 

18:00 – There's a lot of exciting things going on in science, but you wouldn't know that because the media is very poor at reporting science. 

20:10 – Social security is under estimating our life spans. In reality, people will be living a lot longer. 

24:30 – The government is obsessed with not putting out a drug that may have side effects, which Patrick believes is absurd when so many lives are at stake. A possible cure with side effects is better than no cure when people are dying.  

27:00 – The FDA has not adapted to the new model of how personalized medicine works. 

30:10 – Scientists did tests on a chemical compound called anatabine and found it be the most effective anti-inflammatory agent ever discovered.  

34:00 – There are a number of ways you can rejuvenate the heart muscles when they've been damaged. We thought for a long time that these could not be repaired at all. 

39:00 – The Japanese are leading in rejuvenation medicine because they understand their citizens are getting older and fewer Japanese are being born.  

42:15 – We have the tech crowd pushing against the roadblocks that cutting-edge medicine is facing. 

 

 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

http://www.jasonhartman.com/

http://www.patrickcoxdna.com/

 

https://www.mauldineconomics.com/

Direct download: AMA_97_Patric_Cox.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:53pm EST