Mon, 8 December 2014
Christine Hassler is a Gen Y and millennial expert. She believe millennials have the highest expectations and are often hit hardest when they face reality and realize it's not as easy as it looks. She talks to Jason about how to manage your expectations better, why she loves millennials, and a little bit about her latest book entitled Expectation Hangover.
3:15 – Christine talks a little bit about her book, Expectation Hangover, and who it is meant for.
6:10 – Christine says millennials are hard working employees. They learn quickly and think outside the box.
10:15 – You need to have a break up in order to grow. A break up leads to a break down, which actually then leads to a break through.
13:00 – Take a brief pause in your life to accept the on-rush of feelings you might have, once you've done that, then you can work on releasing them.
16:00 – Christine believes millennials will find a better solution for our current broken school system.
19:10 – Don't base your happiness and self-worth on the result of your goal. If you fail, it will take you longer to bring yourself back up. Have goals, but distance yourself emotionally from them.
20:50 – Christine wants you to optimistic, but she also doesn't want you to let yourself down for putting too much emotion in that optimism.
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Direct download: AMA_100_Christine_Hassler_Expectation_Hangover.mp3
Category:Audio Podcast -- posted at: 4:43pm EDT
Mon, 1 December 2014
Lawrence Cunningham has written dozens of books including the Berkshire Beyond Buffett: The Enduring Value of Values, which Amazon called “a hot new title”. He has also written books such as the AIG story as well as The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate America. Lawrence loves to teach, read, write, and spend time with his family. He comes on to the show today to talk with Jason about his latest book, Berkshire Beyond Buffett, and share some insights into why Warren Buffett is an incredibly successful man.
3:11 – Lawrence says if you sell a product that's useful to your customer, you'll develop a returning customer. It's just a better business model than selling products no one wants.
7:30 – It turns out Warren Buffett got his values from Tom Murphy.
11:40 – When Lawrence interviewed CEOs for his book, there was a common theme among them – they trusted their staff and didn't try to control everything.
14:45 – What are some of the myths about Buffett? Lawrence explains in this segment.
17:00 – Will Warren Buffett ever retire?
20:00 – Buffett's greatest achievement is that he has built a company that will outlast him when he leaves the company.
22:45 – Jason asked if Buffett's investments in wind and solar are a good idea and Lawrence think it is.
24:30 – Lawrence is excited for his upcoming Berkshire Beyond Buffett book tour.
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Direct download: AMA_99_Lawrence_Cunningham_Berkshire_Beyond_Buffett_The_Enduring_Value_of_Values.mp3
Category:Audio Podcast -- posted at: 9:24pm EDT
Mon, 24 November 2014
Jeff Macke is the host of Breakout on Yahoo Finance and was an original cast member of CNBC's Fast Money. He is also the author of Clash of the Financial Pundits: How the Media Influences Your Investment Decisions for Better or Worse, which he talks a little bit about on today's show. In this episode, you'll find Jeff and Jason addressing some Doomsday theories as well as talk about inflation and deflation in currency.
4:50 – Jason is staying at hotels for half of the price because he's been using services like Hotwire.com.
8:30 – People are having a hard time finding jobs. Investment bankers are becoming Uber drivers just to make some money.
11:45 – Jeff believes there are plenty of jobs available, just not jobs people want. Jeff says if you get a job you don't want now, it'll help provide you some money and help you work towards something you are passionate about.
13:00 – Jason is exciting about robotic technology and the self-driving car.
17:30 – Jeff is still nervous about the stock market. The stock market is doing better now, but it's still pretty unstable.
19:52 – Jeff is not sure if we're going to see a huge inflation in our money, but at the same time he doesn't see how the deflation outcome would work too.
22:00 – Jason believes it's important to prepare your money for both inflation/deflation scenarios. He explains how to do that in this segment.
24:30 - Never forget that economics is a social science
Mentioned in this episode
Clash of the Financial Pundits by Jeff Macke
Mon, 17 November 2014
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.
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.
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Mon, 10 November 2014
Senate Libertarian candidate, Sean Haugh, features as Jason’s guest on today’s American Monetary Association Show. Together, they discuss the viability of war, the need for America to prove itself as a haven of free trade and prosperity and some of the most important points forming the basis of Haugh’s upcoming campaign.
02.06 – Surely we can’t go to war with anybody unless we have a direct congressional authorization?
07.55 – If we can reinstate America as a country of free trade and prosperity, we can give other countries reasons to work with us, not against us.
16.45 – With everything going on in the world, one of the most important things for us to do is work on empowering women.
23.20 – Being a Senator in the United States isn’t about having all of the answers – it’s about clearing the restrictions for the experts that do have the answers.
26.28 – Find out more about Sean Haugh by heading to www.SeanHaugh.com, Twitter: @EmperorSean or Facebook searching Haugh for Senate. You can also find his YouTube channel by just searching his name.
Tue, 4 November 2014
The impact of technology and the future of development plays a big part in today’s Creating Wealth Show. Jason Hartman invites Consuelo Mack of WealthTrack to give her thoughts about China’s current state, the importance of a diverse investment portfolio and where technology will lead us in 15 years’ time.
01.53 – If the New World Order really is the Old World Order, it means huge implications for America.
06.55 – It is the US consumer that drives the economy – this means a strong, independent economy, regardless of the state of the rest of the world.
10.10 – China’s family policies will be their own downfall because in 10-15 years, there will be a huge demographic hole.
14.40 – Who knows where the latest innovations of 3D printing and the self-driving car could lead us?
18.35 – An investment portfolio needs a good level of diversification and well-managed real estate investment could make all the difference.
23.13 – Alternative investments are looking like an interesting option, but we still need to clarify all the details.
24.40 – For archived interviews and more information, head to www.WealthTrack.com
Direct download: AMA_95_Consuelo_Mack_Host_of_WealthTrack_on_PBS.mp3
Category:Audio Podcast -- posted at: 12:11pm EDT
Mon, 27 October 2014
Bill Cheney of John Hancock Financial guest stars on the American Monetary Association show today to talk about economics. Bill has been a chief economist for the company John Hancock well over the past 27 years and talks a little bit about his experience and where he sees the financial market in the future.
2:30 – The current unemployment rate is understated because many people have their own solo-gigs or unsteady work.
9:25 – What Bill is seeing in his surveys are that people are more likely to invest and feel less concerned about today's market.
12:58 – The stock market is not overvalued as long as company profits keep growing.
15:20 – Bill feels we are not a healthy economy yet, but we are a healing one.
21:00 – Over the years people have been able to buy more stuff, which is why inflation has been adjusted accordingly.
24:00 – The CPI is the best way to measure how much our lives have improved over the years.
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The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau
Mon, 20 October 2014
In the today’s American Monetary Association Show, Jason Hartman speaks to author and former Department of Justice attorney, Sidney Powell. Together, they dive into some of the most scandalous and outrageous cases which have based through the Department of Justice in recent decades. Step-by-step, they overview several of the cases featured in Powell’s book Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice and consider the true state of our society.
01.30 – Sidney Powell’s book, Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice, deals with some of the most scandalous and historic events to come out of the United States’ Department of Justice.
9.50 – Within the Merrill Lynch case, it got to the point where favourable statements were hidden for six years while four Merrill Lynch executives were sent to prison without even a listed criminal offence.
13.30 – Sometimes there are two sides to a story and you need to dig a little deeper to find out what really happened.
17.25 – You have to question when a judge says he’s never had such a fine person before him for sentencing, and then passes a sentence.
20.50 – www.pogo.org (Project on Government Oversight) has identified over 400 instances of misconduct by prosecutors in the last decade.
22.30 – Despite having a criminal conviction against his name a few days before the re-election, Ted Stevens only lost his place on the Senate by a few votes.
28.15 – The Bar associations are less than useless in these situations because they just give the same response.
32.30 – Judge Sullivan is turning around the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the IRS and doing his best to achieve a just result.
34.40 – There are too many aspects of the IRS case that just seem conveniently timed for it to be believable.
35.10 – Many of Sidney’s articles about these issues can be found at www.Observer.com
37.10 – If the IRS is being used to target political opponents, who gave that order?
39.15 – Information about the book and how to purchase it can be found at www.LicensedtoLie.com. Tweet Sidney using the handle @SidneyPowell1 and be sure to ‘like’ Licensed to Lie on Facebook.
Wed, 8 October 2014
Today’s American Monetary Association program features the founder and editor of Stray Reflections, Jawad Mian, as a guest. He and host, Jason Hartman discuss the current and potential state of Dubai and the rest of the United Arab Emirates before moving on to consider some of the biggest consumer investment issues facing today’s society and looking at the future of bitcoin.
05.00 – A lot of the developments and changes happening to Dubai are to provide the desired lifestyle for the growing expatriate community there.
08.00 – Each of the Emirates in the UAE has different societal structures which lead to a different overall feeling of the country.
15.00 – Tourism remains one of the largest and most profitable industries in the Middle East.
17.20 – Transportation and particularly transportation of goods or consumer items is one of the biggest draws in oil reserves.
18.30 – In some ways, bit-coin seems attractive as an alternative currency, but the FBI and the IRS’s insistence that it is taxable property definitely alters some people’s view of it.
22.00 – The volatility of bitcoin as a prospective currency makes it particularly unattractive to merchants.
25.30 – The alleged main aim of bitcoin is to have an economy free from the government, but in the event of any incidents occurring, the only way they could get out from it is with government assistance.
27.10 – For more information about investing strategies and themes, head to www.stray-reflections.com
Fri, 15 August 2014
J.D. Hayworth is a former Arizona Republican Congressman and host of "America's Forum" on Newxmax TV.
Hayworth discusses why Bill Clinton's Presidency so corrupt and what this corruption means for Hillary's bid in 2016.
Hayworth contested John McCain and did not win in 2010. He explains the biggest issues he had with McCain.
Hayworth finally shares how he went from sports broadcaster to politician.
J.D. Hayworth was a Representative from Arizona. Born in Highpoint, Guilford County, N.C., July 12, 1958, he graduated from High Point Central High School, Highpoint, N.C. and earned a B.A. from North Carolina State University in Raleigh. He's a former television and radio journalist, before being elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Fourth and five succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1995-January 3, 2007). He was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection to the One Hundred Tenth Congress in 2006.