Archive for August, 2018


AMA 236 – Curb Government Spending with Adam Andrzejewski

Jason Hartman talks with Adam Andrzejewski, founder & CEO of www.OpenTheBooks.com, about wasteful government spending and how President Trump is doing at stemming the tide. Open the Books’ mission is to track “every dime, online”, even going so far as to have an app where people can follow the money in as close to real […]

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AMA 235 – A Financial Strategy to Reignite the American Dream with Pat Donohoe

Jason Hartman talks with Pat Donohoe, author of the new book Heads I Win, Tails You Lose, about the habit of most Americans to delegate their investing, what we should be doing today financially, the use of debt in our country and more. Key Takeaways: [2:09] The average American has delegated most of their life […]

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AMA 234 – Cryptocurrency Investing Education with Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Dan Rutherford

Jason Hartman talks with Dan Rutherford, deputy director for the Office of Customer Education and Outreach with the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission, about some incidences of fraud in options trading that his office is seeing, and what signs you can look for to make sure you’re not scammed. The rise in prominence of cryptocurrencies […]

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AMA 233 – Kicking the Debt Can Down the Road with Jim Puplava

Jason Hartman talks to one of his podcast mentors, Jim Puplava, host of Financial Sense, about his thoughts on the new tax reform, what’s happening with inflation (both today and moving forward), the different motivation of millennials compared to former generations, and more. Key Takeaways: [2:05] Will the new tax plan expedite people and companies […]

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AMA 232 – The Future of Inflation & the Demographic Crunch with Alan Beaulieu

Jason Hartman talks with Alan Beaulieu, President & Principal at ITR Economics and author of Prosperity in the Age of Decline, about what’s going on in our economy when it comes to energy, inflation, and millennials. The two take a look at the difference between virtuous and non-virtuous inflation, how the millennials might respond to […]

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