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299: The Lords of Easy Money

Why is it that the rich get richer? Well, for one thing, they have money to invest. Think of how many people out there live paycheck to paycheck. Meanwhile, people with money like you and me are able to invest our money and get it working for us. Remember the mathematical Wealth Formula? Wealth=Leverage(MassXVelocity) Velocity […]

298: Is PRIVATE Debt the Real Danger?

Okay—let’s talk about debt. I bet at some point in your life, someone has told you that you need to pay it all off. On TV, you see the likes of Suze Orman and Dave Ramsey telling you that you have to get rid of it before anything else. They aren’t entirely wrong. They are […]

297: Another Look at the Real Estate Market with Jorge Newbery

Happy New Year! I don’t know about you, but I am looking forward to another profitable year in the roaring 20s. If you have been investing in real estate for the last several years, you are obviously doing very well. The big question on everyone’s mind seems to be whether or not the market is […]

296: Investor Cybersecurity 101

Technology is great but the burdens of technology are significant. Think of all your accounts and all your passwords. You may have cryptocurrency and might be trading on cryptic DeFi platforms. What if something happened to you today? How much of your money would be a giant mess to the family you left behind? There’s […]

295: The 900 Pound Gorilla in the US Economy

Inflation is running at about 6-7 percent right now. That is significant. In fact, we haven’t seen those numbers in about 4 decades. On this week’s show, we will talk to an economist to explain what this means at the macro level and what may potentially be the long-term outcome. I’m not an economist. I am […]

294: Navigating the BOOM/BUST Cycle with Murray Sabrin

A number of people told me that they really enjoyed last week’s podcast interview with William Green, who spoke about what we can learn from the greatest investors of all time. One line that still haunts me is Sir John Templeton saying that the four most dangerous words for an investor are “This time it’s […]