Jason presents innovative new thinking on real estate investing with The Hartman Risk Evaluator™ which can virtually eliminate or at least dramatically reduce downside risk based on the LTI (Land-to-Improvement) Ratio™. Don’t miss this episode as it could cost you a bundle! You won’t hear this unique content from any other financial and real estate guru as it is truly unique – enjoy!
Just last year Greg Saylor was a corporate software engineer looking for a reliable investment strategy. He found the Creating Wealth podcast and listened during his long commute. He decided to pick up the phone and call one of Jason’s investment specialists. It’s now six months later and Greg has six income properties earning him $4000.00 in monthly income. His due diligence partnered with the extensive data resources available on JasonHartman.com have allowed him to get a step closer to financial freedom.
Like all things new and socialist, eventually they lose their luster and wind up being discarded. When Comrade William “Bill” Wilhelm deBlasio was elected mayor of the collectivist utopia known as New York City, we took bets on how long it would take to make the once great metropolis bankrupt. It’s hard to believe that just 3 years later the Comrade has exceeded our wildest expectations. A man of limited intellect, extremely poor judgment and an exaggerated sense of self-importance, the Comrade is now grasping to hold on to his political life. Seems that City Hall under his regime became an organized crime outpost where pay to play wasn’t just a philosophy, it was a religion. Now the US Attorney is circling his rotting carcass as well as the DA. A recent report about electoral corruption in the City, describes a web in which deBlasio was at the center. And it just shows the difference between a rat and a politician, there are somethings a rat just won’t do! Obama is attempting to bridge the diaper gap with generous subsidies to low income parents. Seems that being poor also means you kids will go without Pampers, isn’t it wonderful the things that government will do for people in need. Finally the lie has been put to social promotion, the practice of public schools promoting illiterates to higher grades to get rid of unwanted problems. The deal is that if your kid can’t read by the end of 3rd grade, he’s screwed. Florida of all places recognized this fact and outlawed the practice in most cases. Michigan is next on board. Can you imagine a world where all students learn to read and write at school?
Heather Wagenhals has always had a particular revulsion against scammers who exploit the elderly and the ignorant and steal their money, often their life’s savings. Now Heather is compiling a list of scams around the country. She’s put herself onto so-called “Sucker Lists,” and is being voluntarily inundated with scammers. She records their calls and the phone number they’re calling from, along with any suspect websites. Then she pushes them out on the web as warning to the unsuspecting. Scammers beware, there’s a new sheriff in town!
To keep your identity safe now go to www.KeepMyID.org and be sure to use the Code: FSN2.
Michelle Seiler-Tucker doesn’t see the problem with NBA Teams selling ad space on players’ uniforms. That’s what free enterprise is all about and it could mean over $100 million in additional annual ad revenue. But the teams should not get special government treatment either. Expensive arenas, special tax breaks, etc. They can either be private businesses fighting it out in the competitive arena or government sponsored entities, they cannot be both.
Combine record-high stock prices with weak corporate earnings, a too-strong dollar and rising turmoil in Europe, Asia and Latin America, and the result is a dangerously vulnerable market. Time to go “risk-off”, in other words. But don’t forget to keep buying gold and silver.
Wayne Allyn Root has been a big Trump supporter almost from the get go. Now we’re getting down to the final lap and Trump is looking like the winner. Of course in politics as in sports, it all comes down to not taking anything for granted and not resting until the prize is won. But Cruz and Kasich have real issues and their attempt at a alliance is having unintended negative consequences. And it may not matter in the end, Trump is coming on strong, with his likely sweep of 5 primaries today. Be prepared for Republican Nominee Trump. And get ready for Crooked Hillary!
For the past three plus years I have been asking how silver and gold have always been available when we can see stress in the markets all through the supply chain. According to several prominent analyst, and producers, global silver and gold production declined in 2015. In Mexico alone silver production is down approximately 6%. According to some of the information that we reviewed, here at The Daily Coin, silver production increased due to the low price of silver.
Silver has become a just-in-time product. With Eric Sprott, Sprott Assets, recently announcing a $5 billion addition of physical silver to the PSLV ETF we shall see what is happening with the silver market at the institutional level.
Keith Neumeyer also explains how a large electronics manufacturer recently contacted his company, First Majestic, regarding the acquisition of silver for their manufacturing processes. This screams of a very, very tight supply of silver in large quantities. Where is metal coming from?
Yes the foreclosure inventory is decreasing. Some places in Florida and elsewhere are seeing their inventories are getting back to normal levels. However, buying REO’s (Real Estate Owned) won’t necessarily save you money and could cost you dearly. However, there are good values available. One trend that is definitely happening is that a higher percentage of homes that wind up in foreclosure are being sold to investors at auction. Previously, banks were taking back a high percentage of those properties and then selling them as REO’s. We’re not quite sure what to make of this trend yet, but it could be very favorable.
This is really getting to be quite something to witness.
After that huge volume blow off day of April 21, when silver spiked to $17.75 and then promptly collapsed 100 points ( a full $1.00), I thought we would certainly see some signs of long liquidation in this week’s Commitments of Traders report. After all, the poor souls who bought up above $17.50 only to have the price collapse on them within 60 minutes had surely bailed out.
If they did, they must have been promptly replaced by even more hedge fund buying because believe it or not, the hedge fund long position got even larger this past week, and that does not even include the buying orgy that was sparked by the FOMC statement on Wednesday and more importantly the inexplicable lack of action by the Bank of Japan on Thursday, which as we all know by now, lead to a buying frenzy across the commodity sector but especially across all the metals, both precious and industrial. I cannot even imagine how much more lopsided this thing has become after the price surge of the last three days of this week.
We are living in a time of earthquakes that could crush the walls of your portfolio and leave your wealth in ruins.
Tragically, major earthquakes have struck in recent days in Japan and Ecuador, causing death and destruction. We’re concerned about these, but we’re also concerned with financial earthquakes, which are also happening everywhere.
Financial earthquakes are just as dangerous to your wealth as physical earthquakes are to your well-being. Physical earthquakes can have ramifications in capital markets as well.
Let’s survey this new age of earthquakes and help you to find shelter from the ruin and the aftershocks.
That America is in the throes of a systemic health crisis can no longer be denied. According to the U.S. Department of Health And Human Services, more than two-thirds (68.8 percent) of adults are overweight or obese. (Overweight is typically defined as a body-mass index (BMI) of 25 or higher. A BMI of 24.9 is not exactly featherweight; I would have to add 30 pounds to reach a BMI of 24.9.)
The health risks of being overweight or obese include:
type 2 diabetes
high blood pressure
nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (excess fat and inflammation in the liver of people who drink little or no alcohol)
osteoarthritis (a health problem causing pain, swelling, and stiffness in one or more joints)
some types of cancer: breast, colon, endometrial (related to the uterine lining), and kidney
The Fed has been sitting on the funds rate like some monetary mother hen since December 2008. Once it punts again at the June meeting owing to Brexit worries it will have effectively pegged money market rates at the zero bound for 90 straight months.
There has never been a time in financial history when anything close to this happened, including the 1930s. Nor was interest-free money for eight years running ever even imagined in the entire history of monetary thought.
So where’s the fire? What monumental emergency justifies this resort to radical monetary intrusion and repression?
Alas, there is none. And that’s as in nichts, nada, nope, nothing!
By his own admission, Mark Bristow likes to have “fun”. His latest scheme is to spend 30 days motorbiking across central Africa, from Mombasa in Kenya to the mouth of the Congo River in the Democratic Republic of Congo – a 5,000-mile odyssey that is not, he says with relish, technically possible. “Trying to cross the equator that way – you can’t really do it because of all the rivers in the DRC. It’s never been done before.” Bristow and his teammates will have to take a roundabout route. “It’s going to be hectic,” he says.
“Hectic” adventures around Africa might be a fitting summary of Bristow’s career. Trained as a geologist, he co-founded Randgold Resources in 1995 and has been chief executive of the gold miner ever since, pursuing deals across west and central Africa and building it into a £6bn business. It listed on the FTSE in 1997.
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