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202: What is the Safest Investment in American History?

What we are experiencing right now is truly a black swan event. Even those who predicted a recession had no idea how badly the global economy could be crippled in just a few weeks. Hopefully it will be short-lived. But frankly, even a few months of people staying at home and not buying anything will […]

201: Coronavirus, Oil, and Recession with Richard Duncan!

We live in a world where things can change fast! A couple of weeks ago, it seemed like this novel coronavirus was some exotic disease in China. Before you know it, it became a big enough problem in Italy to cause a national lockdown. Then last week, the NBA season in the United States was […]

200: Comments and Questions from the Wealth Formula Nation!

“People tend to overestimate what can be done in one year and to underestimate what can be done in five or ten years.”  That’s a quote with unknown origin that I’ve heard a few times and one with which I cannot agree more. All you have to do is to look at my podcast to […]

199.5: Private Investments, Ponzi Schemes, and Fraudcasters

* In case you are wondering—I didn’t get a chance to finish episode 200 yet so we are going to call this one episode 199.5! One of the great things about Wealth Formula Network is having a community where people can share what they know including who to stay away from. For example, through our […]

199: How to Acquire the Ultimate Asset: Happiness

“Be careful what you wish for, lest it come true!” The origin of this saying is Aesop’s Fables (circa 260 BC), not a modern country singer as some might think. Either way, it is a powerful statement when it comes to financial wealth.  You see, I talk to hard working, high paid professionals every day […]

198: When Is That Depression Coming Anyway?

Yogi Berra once said, “It’s tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” He was a wise man. No wonder they named a cartoon character after him. The problem is that everything we do in finance ultimately relies on some kind of belief of how the future will play out. As a result, we often […]