Mon, 12 January 2015
David Porter is a long time client of Jason Hartman's real estate company. He has been working closely with Jason's team since 2009 and has made several investments in both Indianapolis and Arizona. He catches up with Jason about how he is doing with some of his properties, talks about why the Indianapolis market is so great, China's economy, the future of shipping, and more on this week's episode of AMA.
3:10 – David first bought his Indianapolis property in 2009.
8:40 – David talks a little bit about his background.
17:10 – You're more in control with real estate investing than you are with stocks.
22:15 – Take advantage of your ability to borrow and invest it in a conservative way.
24:25 – David has since an increase in retail shipments this year.
28:45 – Will China be stronger than the US's economy?
33:15 – Jason and David think the United States can stretch out their debt problem for a while.
41:50 – 3D printing, glowing trees, and more. Jason talks technology.
49:30 – David wants to buy homes he can see himself or his children living in one day.
53:50 – David has experienced a 700k appreciation since he started in 2004.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Abundance by Peter Diamandis
Makers by Chris Anderson
David Porter's first interview - http://www.jasonhartman.com/89-%E2%80%93-the-%E2%80%9Cfree-lunch%E2%80%9D-metric-what-it-tells-about-income-property-%E2%80%93-an-impromptu-discussion/
Mon, 5 January 2015
Todd Moss is the chief operating officer and senior fellow at the Center for Global Development. His work focuses on U.S and Africa relations and financial issues that sub-Saharan Africa is facing. He is also an author and has written several books with his most recent one, The Golden Hour, being a national bestseller. He talks to Jason about Africa, the economy, and why it matters.
2:50 – 7 out of 10 of the fastest growing economies in the world are in Africa.
6:10 – We are seeing Africans transition from being very, very poor to becoming middle class.
9:25 – There's a lot more foreign investment in Africa and the countries that were very badly managed in the 70-80s are now being managed much better.
11:30 – Will outsourcing and manufacturing move to Africa? Todd explains in this segment.
13:50 – A lot of Africans speak English as their native language and the second largest language is French.
16:25 – Is there a strong Al Qaeda presence in Africa?
22:15 – Todd talks about his latest book, The Golden Hour.
24:30 – Africa is changing very rapidly and Todd hopes more people will look at Africa as a place to vacation to in the future.
Mentioned In Episode:
Abundance by Steven Kotler and Peter Diamandis