Wed, 30 July 2014
John and Monica Miller are the authors of, "The Coming U.S. Banking 'Bail In.'" They join the show to discuss if it is true that in the U.S., Canada, New Zealand, and the EU, when you deposit funds in your bank account, the money belongs to the bank. They share what first world "Triple A" countries are not part of this bank money grabbing initiative.
The Millers definte what a "bail in" is and answer whether the FDIC program offsets a "bail in." They also describe the process of sending money overseas to avoid a "bail in."
They then talk about the U.S. banking system and how Americans can side-step the "bail in" problems.
Find out more about John and Monica Miller at http://www.banking-holiday.com.
John and Monica Miller, formerly of Hawaii and now residents of New Zealand, believe that Australia offers some of the best financial conditions in the free world. The Country is debt-free and the wealth is staggering. It is a resource based economy that is still prospering.
Therefore, before capital controls and retirement account seizure takes place, this is certainly a place that should be considered when trying to internationalize assets. And while they drive on the wrong side of the road, the weather is quite nice, and there are some incredible beaches and cities.
Direct download: AMA_86_-_Banking_Bail_In_with_John_and_Monica_Miller.mp3
Category:Audio Podcast -- posted at: 5:07pm EDT
Fri, 25 July 2014
Direct download: AMA_85_-_The_Future_of_3D_Printing_with_Christopher_Barnatt.mp3
Category:Audio Podcast -- posted at: 7:30am EDT
Wed, 23 July 2014
Phaedra Fisher visited Russia back in 1994, and witnessed the privatization and inflation firsthand. Her book, Vodka Diplomacy, explains her experience and life in Russia as several events unfolded.
Thu, 1 May 2014
Farnoosh Torabi is host of “Financially Fit” on Yahoo! Finance. She joins the show to discuss why credit is such an important focus for Americans right now. Torabi shares the top misconceptions about credit and the top mistakes people make when it comes to understanding their credit standing. She then answers the following questions:
- What are some signs that forebode that you'll be broke in ten years?
- What aspects of our life is impacted by our credit history?
- What can consumers do to improve their credit standing?
- What are some free resources to help simulate, track, manage and build good credit?
Torabi then talks about the new "Sharing Economy" and how it's changing the way we travel, consume and live. She also explains how one can know if he or she is getting a good deal on their mortgage.
Watch Farnoosh Torabi at www.farnoosh.tv.
Thu, 17 April 2014
Rodney Johnson is President and Editor of Dent Research. He joins the show to explain why gold will fall below $800.
Johnson then discusses whether the US economy is slowing. He also shares how investors can build streams of income instead of relying on equity markets.
Visit Dent Research at www.dentresearch.com.
Rodney Johnson works closely with Harry Dent to study how people spend their money as they go through predictable stages of life, how that spending drives our economy and how you can use this information to invest successfully in any market.
Rodney began his career in financial services on Wall Street in the 1980s with Thomson McKinnon and then Prudential Securities. He started working on projects with Harry in the mid-1990s. He’s a regular guest on several radio programs such as America’s Wealth Management, Savvy Investor Radio, and has been featured on CNBC, Fox News and Fox Business’s “America’s Nightly Scorecard, where he discusses economic trends ranging from the price of oil to the direction of the U.S. economy.
He holds degrees from Georgetown University and Southern Methodist University.
Direct download: AMA_82_-_Gold_Prices_with_Dent_Research_editor_Rodney_Johnson.mp3
Category:Audio Podcast -- posted at: 2:10pm EDT
Wed, 9 April 2014
Matt Schifrin is the Vice President at Forbes Publishing and Managing Editor of Investing for Forbes Media. He joins the show to give us his tips for investing in 2014.
Schifrin shares one investment to avoid at all costs and the best ways to get rich. He explains why Wells Fargo is so great and whether Apple investors should reinvest their dividends.
Direct download: AMA_81_-_Investing_Tips_and_Tricks_with_Matt_Schifrin.mp3
Category:Audio Podcast -- posted at: 11:08am EDT
Mon, 7 April 2014
Chuck Gallagher is the Chief Operating Officer at American Funeral Financial and Founder and CEO at Ethics Resource Group. He's the author of "SECOND CHANCES: Transforming Adversity into Opportunity."
Chuck is a Prostate Cancer Survivor. He discusses the emotional journey from diagnosis to treatment and what happens after the treatment is over and how the side effects changed his life.
The topic then shifts to politics as Chuck discusses whether the government shutdown was ethical.
Find out more about Chuck Gallagher at www.chuckgallagher.com.
Thu, 3 April 2014
Chris Mayer is the Managing Editor of Agora Financial and Editor of the Capital and Crisis publication.
Mayer breaks down the unemployment numbers for us and whether it is actually getting better.
He then discusses the benefits of traveling around the world to get an investment story. Given the instability in the emerging markets, Mayer assesses whether this is the beginning of the next global financial storm.
Chris has prepared a SPECIAL video for our listeners. He shares SEVEN incredibly safe stocks that you should buy now. Chris believes these stocks will multiply your wealth 20 times over. Visit www.GrowYourWealth.info to find out what these companies are.
Wed, 19 March 2014
Tom Dyson is the Publisher of Common Sense Publishing, which owns The Palm Beach Letter. Common Sense is one of the fastest growing investment newsletters in the world.
Dyson joins the show to discuss what he looks at when picking stocks, including what every good company needs to have over the long term.
Dyson then shares his thoughts on why he thinks whole life insurance with paid up additions policies are great investments.
The topics then turn to lifestyle, as Dyson discusses ways to cut down stress and lose weight.
Dyson has prepared a SPECIAL video for all listeners. He shares where bankers and the rich keep their money and why they do it.
Visit www.palmbeachletter3.com to find out for more .
Mon, 10 March 2014
Tim Sullivan is the Chief Executive Officer of MicroVentures. He joins the show to discuss how early-stage funding has changed from the 90's to today. He also explains the differences between angel investors and VCs.
Sullivan then digs deep into the JOBS Act and how the SEC is regulating it.
Sullivan's firm, MicroVentures, is the biggest crowdfunding platform. It's done about $40 million in deals with companies that have become big, like Facebook, Palantir, and Twitter. Sullivan shares his strategy in finding such companies.
Sullivan finishes the interview by talking about whether Twitter's current valuation is fair.
Visit MicroVentures at www.microventures.com.