Danielle Park – Time For Wall Street’s Spring Cleaning?

from Financial Survival Network

Danielle Park asks if the old Wall Street maxim, ‘Three Steps and a Stumble’ still applies… She believes that the more things change the more they stay the same. The stock market has so far overshot all traditional measures of value that a bear market has become virtually inevitable. It all […]

Alasdair MacLeod – George Orwell Was An Optimist!

from Financial Survival Network

Our friend from across the Pond, Alasdair MacLeod of GoldMoney.com sat down with us today. There’s so many problems besetting the world, it’s hard to know where to start. Mass surveillance has us thinking that Orwell’s 1984 was actually a Utopian Tome. Gold and silver look set to strengthen for the […]

Ralph DiBugnara – Millennials Want to Buy Homes but There’s Low Inventory

from Financial Survival Network

Ralph DiBugnara, expert in real estate finance, believes that it took long enough to happen, but Millennials are finally entering the home buying market. And on this first day of Spring that is welcomed news. “Today begins the hottest home buying period of the year and we may have finally turned […]

The Morgan Report’s Weekly Perspective for March 24th, 2017

from The Morgan Report

Precious Metals expert David Morgan comments on something that’s really in front of a lot of people… Bitcoin. A single Bitcoin transaction takes an extreme amount of energy to complete, enough electricity to power 1.7 American households for a day. Is it true, looks like it. Billionaires are cornering the gold […]

John Rubino – Everyone’s Equal When They’re Dead

from Financial Survival Network

John Rubino notes that the death of the middle class is really happening now, literally. White middle aged males are dying at an alarmingly high rate. Totally messing with the mortality tables. As Hemingway said when asked how he went bankrupt in The Sun Also Rises, “Two ways, gradually and then […]

Craig Cody – If You’re in Business You Need a Tax Coach

from Financial Survival Network

Craig Cody is a Certified Tax Coach, Certified Public Accountant, Business Owner and Former New York City Police Officer with 17 years experience on the Force. In addition to being a Certified Public Accountant for the past 15 years, he is also a Certified Tax Coach. As a Certified Tax Coach, […]

The Trump Transformation?

by Kerry Lutz Financial Survival Network

Perhaps you remember Barrack Obama’s pledge, upon entering office, to fundamentally transform America. But the essence of his pledge was to simply to accelerate the country’s move towards sweeping socialism. Historians will debate the degree of his success for many years to come.

Donald Trump, by comparison, while […]

David Fischer – Deutsche Bank Struggling to Raise $8.6 Billion in Capital to Survive

from The Golden Rule with David Fischer

This week with David Fischer…

What has been happening in this bank and why is this significant? In the past you have watched what is going on with Deutsche Bank. Why do you watch this bank? Give us some history of the financial problems they have faced? Will […]

Jason Hartman – Unused Assets, Most Average USA City (#807)

from Jason Hartman’s Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing & Income Property

In this solo episode, Jason reviews articles which depict the current economic state of affairs from coast to coast. In San Francisco, one company is paying employees to move, developers are driving up the cost of homeownership in New York City and the most […]

David Morgan on Double Down to Discuss the Fed’s Interest Rate Hike

from The Morgan Report

Precious Metals expert David Morgan notes that the Federal Reserve Bank raised interest rates by 0.25%. This, despite an economy, that some data is suggesting, is slowing rapidly. David Morgan joined Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert of Double Down to answer these questions and more…..

What will the Fed do about […]

Is Multifamily Investing for You? Everything You Need to Know.

from The Art of Passive Income

In today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income, Mark and Scott talk to Jake Stenziano and Gino Barbaro, experts in multifamily real estate investing.

Their business, JakeAndGino.com, is a real estate educational company that offers coaching and training in real estate investing. They also co-authored Wheelbarrow Profits: […]

Bradley Birkenfeld – Lucifer’s Banker (#806)

from Jason Hartman’s Creating Wealth Real Estate Investing & Income Property

To kick things off, Jason shares a Wallethub article which lists cities with the highest and lowest credit scores. Memphis credit scores are some of the lowest in the US which is why it is a good place to invest in income properties. And, […]