Archive for the ‘Audio Podcast’ Category


AMA 185 – Changing Technologies and What to Do With Doomsday Skepticism with Jeff Macke

Jason Hartman talks to Yahoo Finance’s Jeff Macke about the impact of changing technologies, the perception of Doomsday skepticism and what underemployment means for those seeking jobs and those hiring. Macke also ways in on the inflation/deflation debate and discusses some of the points raised in his book Clash of the Financial Pundits. Key Takeaways: […]

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AMA 184 – Keeping Your Investments Safe During the Everything Bubble with Mish Shedlock

At some time or other, every asset class has been in a bubble. Whether it’s the dot-com bubble of the 90s or the housing bubble in the 2000s, booms and busts are commonplace at this point. When they happen you have to make sure you’re diversified and prepared for the downturn. But what happens if […]

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AMA 183 – Using New Rules to Give Your Investments Better Leverage

New lending rules means new investment strategies for real estate investors. That’s why it’s important to keep up with what Fannie Mae is doing with loans. Jason calls in one of his lenders to find out what’s changed recently and how that will effect what you’re buying, and how you’re buying properties. Key Takeaways: [1:45] […]

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AMA 182 – Examining Inflation and Deflation with Jason Hartman’s Asset Matrix

Single-family homes sales rose in January. This has made income property inventory low. Jason shares a live recording from a previous seminar in which he thoroughly explains why investing in a single family home as income property is the only logical investment during an inflationary period. And, if the signs are correct the U.S is […]

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AMA 181 – The Sale of a Lifetime with Harry Dent

Bubbles abound in the world of investing, and today is no different. Jason welcomes Harry Dent, author of The Sale of a Lifetime, about what’s going on today in the stock market, real estate market, political world, and worldwide economic statuses. Harry points out what nation in Europe that reminds him of Japan before their […]

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AMA 180 – Why Knowing Things Still Matters When Facts Are So Easy to Look Up with William Poundstone

For this 10th Episode, Jason goes off topic and welcomes William Poundstone, author of the new book, Head in the Cloud: Why Knowing Things Still Matters When Facts are So Easy to Look Up. Mr. Poundstone is also the author of the New York Times best-selling books, Fortune’s Formula: The Untold Story of Scientific Betting […]

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AMA 179 – Happier Investors in Today’s Market with Frances Donald

Frances Donald, Senior Economist at Manulife Asset Management and Chief Economist at John Hancock Financial Services, explains to Jason the changes in consumer, investor, and executive sentiment numbers in the home and job market. While we don’t know exactly why the economic is experiencing such a resurgence, Frances does attribute at least some of it […]

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AMA 178 – The Breaking Point: Profit from the Coming Money Cataclysm with James Davidson

Jason Hartman talks with James Dale Davidson, co-founder of Agora Publishing, Founder of the National Taxpayer’s Union, co-editor of Strategic Investment for the Sovereign Society, and founder of Newsmax. James has just written his newest book, The Breaking Point: Profit from the Coming Money Cataclysm. James believes that, in his lifetime, we are likely to […]

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AMA 177 – How Changing Technologies Will Impact Our Living (and Working) Markets with Matt Slepin

The housing market is always on a pendulum, but where are we now? Self driving cars are going to be changing the dynamics of our society, but are they going to push more people into the city or have more people moving to the suburbs? Jason Hartman and Matt Slepin, President of Terra Search Partners, […]

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AMA 176 – Too Big to Save: How to Fix the U.S. Financial System, with MIT’s Sloan School of Management’s Bob Pozen

The Trump administration will bring changes to the real estate market. Legislation and regulation changes could help small and medium size banks while also increasing the amount of lending done by the biggest banks. Jason Hartman talks with Bob Pozen, Senior Lecturer at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and former Associate General Counsel for the […]

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AMA – 175 – Speculator and the International Man with Doug Casey

Doug Casey is a (successful) speculator, a libertarian philosopher, and a best-selling author. He has a reputation for his sometimes controversial insights into politics, economics, and investments. His speculation is often called “rational speculation”, and he’s one of the authorities on the matter, and is highly regarded in the high-potential natural resource sector. Doug’s new […]

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AMA 174 – Goodnight Obama with Dr Jerome Corsi

It might look like a children’s book, but Goodnight Obama is more than just that. It’s an important reminder that parody is critical in this day and age. Dr Jerome Corsi is author of Goodnight Obama, and is also head of the Washington, DC News Bureau for Alex Jones and Infowars.com. The two discuss his […]

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AMA 173 – Shall We Wake the President? with Tevi Troy

Tevi Troy, President of American Health Policy Institute and former Deputy Secretary of the US Department of Health and Human Services, joins Jason Hartman to discuss his newest book Shall We Wake the President?: Two Centuries of Disaster Management from the Oval Office. The two take a look into the history of American presidents handling […]

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AMA 172 – A Radical Manifesto with Bill Ayers

Just before the election, Jason Hartman talked with Bill Ayers, a retired Professor of Education, contributor to academic journals, and an original member of the Weather Underground. Bill has written several books, including his newest, Demand the Impossible! A Radical Manifesto. Jason and Bill discuss eight major points from his book, and look into what […]

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AMA 171 – Navigating Turbulent Markets with Nick Sargen

The market is moving and it seems to be moving in the right direction for real estate investors. The historical average for appreciation for single family homes is ~6% nationwide. If you are already an income property investor, the good news is rents may be pushing upward. Jason’s guest today is the author of the […]

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AMA 170 – Boost or Bust Your Credibility with these Hidden Behavior Cues with Kare Anderson

Jason Hartman talks with Kare Anderson about the nuances of human communication. Kare is an Emmy award winning journalist, reporting for such outlets as NBC, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and the Huffington Post. Kare’s TED Talk on becoming an opportunity makers has over a million views, she’s a co-founder of 9 PACs, and author of […]

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AMA 169 – The American Boomberang: How the World’s Greatest Turnaround Nation Will Do It Again with Nick Adams

Jason Hartman talks with Nick Adams, founder and Executive Director of FLAG, the Foundation for Liberty and American Greatness. The two take some time to discuss Nick’s bestselling book, The American Boomerang: How the World’s Greatest Turnaround Nation Will Do It Again. They also delve into their expectations for Trump’s presidency, and Nick explains why […]

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AMA 168 – Following Federal Reserve Policy to Improve Your Financial Returns with American College’s Dr. Robert Johnson

Jason Hartman talks with Dr. Robert Johnson, President and CEO of the not for profit American College. Dr Johnson has written Invest with the Fed: Maximizing Your Portfolio Performance by Following Federal Reserve Policy, Strategic Value Investing, and the study “What to Expect When You’re Electing”. The two men investigate market strategies, how one party […]

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AMA 167 – Waffle Street: The Confession & Rehabilitation of a Financier with James Adams

Jason Hartman talks with James Adams, former Waffle House employee and analyst. His new book, Waffle Street: The Confessions & Rehabilitation of a Financier, tells of his time working on Wall Street during the housing market crash. After exiting the modern version of organized crime that is Wall Street, James got a job at Waffle […]

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AMA 166 – Everything You’ve Been Told About the Economy is Wrong with Ed Conard

Jason Hartman and Ed Conard, founding partner of Bain Capital, discuss the current economic situation facing America. Conard is the author of Unintended Consequences: Why Everything You’ve Been Told About the Economy is Wrong, and The Upside of Inequality: How Good Intentions Undermine the Middle Class. The conversation includes discussion on CEO pay, the tech […]

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