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135: Is Real Estate as Good as Gold?

I have written and talked before about the value of gold. What is the real purpose of holding gold anyway? Gold bugs will argue that gold is the only real money and that’s why they hoard it. I think that’s fair. Gold is money and if you just want to keep some money around gold […]

134: Global Disintegration and Robots Stealing Your Job!

When I was a kid growing up in the early eighties, I remember my parents opened up a savings account for me and let me take the interest out as an allowance. That was a pretty good deal for an eight-year-old. I remember riding my bike to the bank every couple of months and showing […]

133: Spies, Lies, and Leaks with Valerie Plame

Is it just me or does politics these days resemble a reality television show? It’s crazy. Take a step back for a moment. Regardless of your political preference, you have to admit that the last two years have been unprecedented. Remember when having an affair was enough to end a political career? Now, we have […]

132: Investing in the Internet… 2.0

Remember ARPANET? There’s a good chance you don’t. It was a precursor to the internet that essentially allowed researchers to access each other’s data. It was actually a revolutionary technology that, as you know, ultimately led to the creation of something that fundamentally changed the world. With the rise of the internet and all the […]

131: Buy Notes or Invest in a Fund?

When I go back to some of my earliest interviews, I am always shocked at how my opinions have changed over just a couple of years. When I first started Wealth Formula Podcast, I was less sophisticated than I am now. I was being overly pessimistic about the economy just like other podcasts in the […]

130: Willpower Doesn’t Work with Ben Hardy

Most people aren’t trying to become ultra-wealthy. They just want to feel safe and to feel some level of freedom from the shackles of the daily grind. You see, the majority of us have one source of income and it’s usually being paid by someone else. That is not a recipe for stability. No matter […]