Archive for August, 2014


FICO Score Changes: A Boost For Risky Borrowers?

Fair Isaac is changing his game. And that has some financial experts worried. The nation’s premier credit scoring agency, the Fair Isaac Company, has come to an agreement with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to change the way credit scores are calculated. It’s a move that could boost lower end scores by 25 points or […]

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Money Talks — But What Does It Say?

What does your money say? Of course, most of the time, we’re more concerned with what money can buy – and what various institutions like the Federal Reserve and the megabanks are doing with it. But a country’s history, culture and values are written on the coins and bills it keeps in circulation. Case in […]

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AMA 91 – America’s Forum with J.D. Hayworth

J.D. Hayworth is a former Arizona Republican Congressman and host of “America’s Forum” on Newxmax TV.   Hayworth discusses why Bill Clinton’s Presidency so corrupt and what this corruption means for Hillary’s bid in 2016.   Hayworth contested John McCain and did not win in 2010. He explains the biggest issues he had with McCain.  […]

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AMA 90 – Work the System with Sam Carpenter

Sam Carpenter author of, “Work the System: The Simple Mechanics of Making More and Working Less.” He joins the show to discuss how can people make more money by working less.   With a background in engineering, publishing, journalism and telecommunications, Sam is author of the book, “Work the System: The Simple Mechanics of Making […]

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AMA 89 – The Truth about Gold and Silver with David Morgan

David Morgan is Publisher of The Morgan Report. He joins the show to discuss what’s next for gold and silver after the FOMC’s latest announcement and the news in Iraq.    In the interview, Morgan shares whether investors should trust this metals rally. He explains why silver is a better currency and more ubiquitous than […]

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Can Corporate Tax Inversions Harm the Economy?

The chief financial officer of drugstore giant Walgreen’s just departed his job. And while the movements of higher ups at megacorporations often resemble a round of musical chairs, this particular job change sheds light on a new trend in corporate tax evasion: tax inversion. Tax inversion is a milk toast term for a sweeping strategy […]

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AMA 88 – Crowdfunding with Matthew McGrath

Matthew J. McGrath is the President and CEO of Optimize Capital Markets. He joins the show to discuss institutional crowdfunding and how the JOBS Act infringes on investors’ protections rights.     Optimize Capital Markets is Canada’s first and longest running internet-based institutional crowdfunding company. The company operates optimizecapitalmarkets.com, an online website where businesses can request […]

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