Archive for the ‘Audio Podcast’ Category


AMA 296: Globalization, Leading Indicators & Tariffs with Brian Beaulieu, ITR Economics CEO

Jason Hartman talks with Brian Beaulieu, author of Prosperity in the Age of Decline and CEO of ITR Economics, about what’s really going on in our economy right now. It’s not as doom and gloom as some people have made it out to be, and it wasn’t so a few years back. Brian explains what […]

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AMA 294: Why Capitalism Triumphs in the West by Hernando de Soto

Jason Hartman talks with Hernando De Soto, founder and President of the Institute for Liberty and Democracy and author of The Mystery of Capital:, about the elements of capitalism that are most important and how property rights are absolutely essential. They also discuss the growing sentiment toward socialism in the United States and what impact […]

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AMA 293: Changing Asset Management & Boom Year Ahead? with Daniel Ameduri

Jason Hartman talks with Daniel Ameduri, co-founder of Future Money Trends newsletter and author of Don’t Save For Retirement: A Millennial’s Guide to Financial Freedom, about how the working environment has changed from the Baby Boomers to Millennials and how the Millennial generation need to change their mindset about retirement in order to not be […]

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AMA 292: Governments & Digital Currency with Institute for Global Economic Growth’s Richard Rahn, Advisor to President George HW Bush & Chief Economist of US Chamber of Commerce for Ronald Reagan

Jason Hartman talks with Richard Rahn, Advisor to former President George HW Bush and Chief Economist of US Chamber of Commerce for Ronald Reagan, about his thoughts on digital currencies and whether they will ever full grab hold in the United States with the power of the government. They also discuss Richard’s time in politics […]

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AMA 291: USA’s Continuing Economic Expansion

Jason Hartman talks with Doug about short-term debt cycles and what’s going on with our economic expansion that’s been happening for years. It’s been going on for a long time, and at some point it’s going to turn, so how do we recognize it? Key Takeaways: [2:10] The Wealth Effect in a booming economy [4:44] […]

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AMA 290: Cost of Complexity & the Solutions with Etienne Deffarges

In today’s 10th episode, Jason Hartman talks with Etienne Deffarges, author of Untangling the USA: The Cost of Complexity & What to Do About It, about some of the most pressing issues facing the country, such as health care and our banking system. They look at what exactly is causing the issues, but don’t just […]

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AMA 289: 9 Effects & 2 Types of Inflation

Jason Hartman and Adam examine the Investopedia article referring to the 9 common effects of inflation. The 2 types of inflation (cost-push and demand-pull) are also broken down in regards to how they impact your property value and rent. Then the two examine what impact the Trade War with China could have on the markets […]

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AMA 288: How Tariffs Are Impacting Our Economic with ITR Economics’ Taylor St Germain

After giving a quick update on his cruise travels, Jason Hartman talks with Taylor St Germain, economic analyst at ITR Economics, about why lower interest rates haven’t spurred the higher end housing market. The two also discuss what indicators Taylor looks at to get a gauge on the economy and the impact tariffs have had […]

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AMA 286: How Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac Influence Housing Prices

Jason Hartman and Adam today break down a video about how Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac influence the housing market in the United States. While their publicly stated goal is to make housing in the country more affordable, are they really doing that? Listen in to find out. Key Takeaways: [1:19] Fannie Mae Going Away? […]

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AMA 285: Where First Time Buyers Are Buying

Jason Hartman and Investment Counselor Carrie take a look at some of the prime markets where first time buyers are looking to buy, with several of them being markets his network is currently selling properties. Then the two look into some responses from listeners about some personal information they shared before coming to Meet the […]

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AMA 284: How Changes to Housing Financing Could Impact Prices

Jason Hartman talks with Doug about why there’s been a decline in inventory and what shortages are abound in the housing market. In examining several videos about the housing market and economy, Jason and Doug also look at what impact privatizing mortgages could have and housing affordability in Canada. Key Takeaways: [4:06] The big housing […]

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AMA 283: The Future of Inflation & Maxifi Your Financial Future with Laurence Kotlikoff

Jason Hartman talks with Laurence Kotlikoff, William Fairfield Warren Professor and Professor of Economics at Boston University, about the massive amount of unfunded mandates that are awaiting the United States. Currently he has that number pegged around $239 trillion, and there are only a few ways that can be resolved. They also discuss how his […]

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AMA 282: Andrew Yang, Presidential Candidate, Implementing a Universal Basic Income

Jason Hartman talks with Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang about some of his policy proposals, including the huge idea of Universal Basic Income, the erradication of income tax and the implementation of a VAT. Key Takeaways: [1:40] How Universal Basic Income is different than the welfare state and why libertarians would support it [5:11] Would […]

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AMA 281: How the Elites Hide Behind Corporations with G Edward Griffin

Jason Hartman talks with G Edward Griffin, author of The Creature from Jekyll Island, about corporate scams. Too many people hide behind the veil that corporations offer; ripping off consumers and shareholders and letting the company take the punishment. G Edward and Jason discuss this topic, as well as how we can actually change things […]

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AMA 180: Laws of Human Nature, Power & Strategy with Robert Greene

Jason Hartman talks with Robert Greene, author of the new book The Laws of Human Nature as well as New York Times bestsellers like The 48 Laws of Power and The 33 Strategies of War, about how to approach people to put yourself in the best position for success as well as how to best […]

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AMA 279: The 10 Things Moving the Market & Economy in 2019

Jason Hartman and in-house economist Thomas take today’s episode to examine the 10 things that are happening in the US and abroad that are making the most impact in 2019. Among them are the US/China trade war, interest rates, the Mueller Report, millennial household formations, and more. Key Takeaways: [1:05] The best thing that’s happened […]

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AMA 278: Solving the Trillion(s) Dollar Problem with Gloom, Boom & Doom’s Marc Faber

Jason Hartman talks with Marc Faber, editor at Gloom, Boom, Doom, about what’s going on in our economy with the massive asset inflation that’s hit in the past few years. The two examine what central banks will have to do in order to deal with the looming shortages and what investments can buck that trend […]

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AMA 277: A Potential Way to Avoid the Tax Man with Kelly Alexander

Jason Hartman talks with Kelly Alexander, founder of Great American Tax Remedy, about how Kelly has been able to avoid paying Federal income tax since 2014. Kelly’s method hasn’t had to hold up against an IRS audit, but she’s confident that what she’s doing is completely legal and can help anyone out. Key Takeaways: [2:39] […]

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AMA 276: Biggest Pros and Cons of Free Markets with Dr. David Friedman

Jason Hartman talks with Dr. David D Friedman, son of Milton Friedman, former professor at Santa Clara University in the Law School, and author of books such as The Machinery of Freedom: Guide to a Radical Capitalism and Law’s Order: What Economics Has to Do with Law and Why It Matters. The two dissect what […]

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AMA 275: Interest Rate Comparison 2010 – 2019

Jason Hartman talks with in-house economist Thomas about how interest rates in the past 10 years have compared to one another. The two explain why interest rates can be so difficult to predict and how these past 10 years are compared to the past. Key Takeaways: [2:53] Interest rates aren’t completely unpredictable, but they’re driven […]

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