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The American Monetary Association is a non-profit venture funded by The Jason Hartman Foundation that is dedicated to educating people about the practical effects of monetary policy and government actions on inflation, deflation and freedom. Our goal is to help people prosper in the midst of uncertain economic times. The American Monetary Association believes that a new and innovative understanding of wealth, value, business and investment is necessary to thrive in the new reality of big gov ...
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The Economy Matters podcast presents conversations with a variety of Atlanta Fed employees to discuss the work the Bank does and its relevance to people’s daily lives. It also offers interviews with experts outside the Atlanta Fed, who discuss topics of interest to those who want to know more about economics and monetary policymaking.
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Jason Welcomes Kerry Lutz of https://www.financialsurvivalnetwork.com/ They briefly talk about Jason's 4 year legal battle to clear his name, big tech censorships, the changing landscape of CBDCs and crypto. They continue talking about the current state of the economy and the financial crisis of 2008, the recent banking debacle and how one can take…
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Today Jason's finishes his interview with the FED GUY, Joseph Wang as he gives you a peek into some of the inner workings of the Federal Reserve. You can also purchase his book Central Banking 101 HERE. Please note that the views in this book do not necessarily reflect those of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York or the Federal Reserve System. And…
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Today, Jason touches briefly on the housing inventory market. In this day and age, the government essentially have made building entry-level homes illegal, given the rules and regulations coupled with supply chain and labor issues! Watch more content from Jason on his YouTube Channel today! Central banking is magic. With a few words, the Fed can li…
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Economic changes inevitably follow demographic changes. In this episode of the Economy Matters podcast, Atlanta Fed economist Toni Braun talks about his research into the aging of the US economy and what it might mean for the macroeconomy, including the inflation rate.By Atlanta Fed
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In this episode, Jason discusses the concept of hybrid self-management for rental properties. He shares his recent experiences with property management issues and emphasizes the benefits of taking control of property management. He highlights the time and cost savings of self-management, improved tenant screening, and reduced repair bill markups. H…
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The legendary Dr. Marc Faber is with us on the show today again, to talk to us about gloom and doom, and a little bit of boom – the gloom and doom report. We are going to uncover more of the numbers for you today and we’re taking it back to as far as 1977 to give us a better understanding of the current market and what makes it different from the p…
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The Atlanta Fed constantly seeks information about the regional economy. In this episode of the Economy Matters podcast, Shari Bower of the Miami Branch and Anoop Mishra of the Birmingham Branch discuss their efforts and what they mean for policymaking.By Atlanta Fed
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Today, Jason is joined by Rick Sharga of ATTOM Data Solutions, licensor of the nation’s most comprehensive foreclosure data and parent company to RealtyTrac (www.realtytrac.com), a foreclosure listings and search portal. Is there a looming housing crisis? Not according to the data! Listen in and get the facts minus the misinformation and hype from …
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Today Jason welcomes the ‘mad scientist of multifamily’ Neal Bawa of Grocapitus investments. They talk about how demography affects real estate, where the housing market is and where it might be headed and the factors affecting your investments. Neal is a technologist who is universally known in the real estate circles as the Mad Scientist of Multi…
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Greetings still from Ecuador, which is on an elevation of 12,000 feet! Today Jason talks about another bank run and how this puts massive inflationary pressure on the entire economic system. He also talks about how new home sales proves Wall Street was wrong- saying low housing inventory is “fake news” and even how the MLS’ Active listings since 19…
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Jason also welcomes Mike Simonsen of Altos Research as they discuss the factors that keep people from selling their homes and how federal and tax policies contribute to the shortage in housing inventory! Moreover, these factors create more upward pressure on rents! For more detailed information on the charts discussed in the show, visit AltosResear…
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Jason Hartman welcomes Eric Basmajian, economic analyst and founder of EPB Macro Research. Jason and Eric discuss the rapid decline in real personal income and standard of living, how the rate shock will filter through to the housing market and much more. Eric also talks about the single most important variable to understand where the next 10 years…
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On this episode, Jason brings on Steven Thomas Founder of ReportsOnHousing.com to give his feedback on the current state of the market and how it will affect things moving forward. Utilizing his Quantitative Economics and Decision Sciences background coupled with his years of experience in the real estate field as a REALTOR®, broker, and executive …
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Jason Hartman welcomes Sachin Khajuria, investor and author of the newly released book Two and Twenty: How the Masters of Private Equity Always Win for a fascinating discussion on private equity investing. Private equity was once an investment niche, but many of its leading firms today control an amount of wealth that surpasses the GDP of some nati…
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Alf is Italian but is coming today from the Netherlands. He and Jason talk about some of the factors that contributed to the collapse of the Silicon Valley Bank, the largest bank failure since the 2008 financial crisis. They discuss the moral hazard involved, mismanaged portfolios and the lack of proper risk management- factors that culminated on t…
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Listen in as Jason explains the debacle that is the Silicon Valley Bank collapse, the ripple effects it’s having in the banking community, the poison pill the FED has placed in the housing market and how it has painted itself in a corner. He also talks about what the government can do, how you can use his patented Inflation Induced Debt Destruction…
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Jason Hartman is joined by Wesley Gray, CEO of Alpha Architect for a fascinating discussion on inflation hedges and future scenarios for commodities and crypto. How should we allocate risk right now? Why is crypto performing so poorly? Are we truly becoming a Banana Republic that does not end well? Jason and Wesley discuss a few things that you sho…
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In this episode of Workforce Realigned, the eighth episode in the special series within the Economy Matters podcast, Merit America—the inaugural training provider of the Google Certificates Fund—joins to share how learners gain new skills and are supported through this program.By Atlanta Fed
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In this episode of Workforce Realigned, the seventh in the Economy Matters special podcast series, hear about the Google Career Certificates Fund, which was created to support more than 20,000 learners to realize over $1 billion in aggregate wage gains over the next decade.By Atlanta Fed
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Heirs property, or property whose ownership is not clear, is a problem regionally and nationally. The Atlanta Fed's Sarah Stein, an adviser in the Community and Economic Development group, joins the Economy Matters podcast to discuss heirs property and ways to mitigate its economic effects.By Atlanta Fed
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Furthering the public's understanding of the Federal Reserve is a top goal of the Atlanta Fed. Regional outreach officer Mike Chriszt joins the Economy Matters podcast to discuss his efforts to clarify the Bank's role in monetary policymaking.By The Atlanta Fed
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The Atlanta Fed gathers firsthand economic information at the grassroots level from all over the Southeast. The conversation in this episode of the Economy Matters podcast talks to two Bank executives about how they gather information and how they use it.By The Atlanta Fed
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Welcome to today’s episode of The Creating Wealth Show where Jason Hartman reminds you that there is an important distinction to make between interest rates, housing affordability and the ability to qualify for a loan based on the usual things, such as credit score and debt-to-income ratio. There's a general overriding concept of credit availabilit…
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Jason Hartman invites Joseph Wang aka The Fed Guy, to the show today. Who better to talk about the inner workings of the Federal Reserve than someone who actually worked there! Joseph Wang is a former senior trader on the open markets desk at the Federal Reserve and the author of Central Banking 101. Jason and Joseph tackle the biggest question on …
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Peter Zeihan, author and geopolitical strategist, is back on the show with Jason Hartman to discuss inflation, the breakdown of supply chains and global manufacturing, the labor shortage, generational demographics, the Russia Ukraine conflict, and so much more! “In his timely new book, The End of the World is Just the Beginning: Mapping the Collaps…
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Is the World Economic Forum in Davos a serious discussion about climate change and injustice, or just a chance for billionaires to get together and do business? Find out as Jason Hartman interviews Peter S. Goodman, Global Economic Correspondent for The New York Times, as they discuss his new book, Davos Man: How the Billionaires Devoured the World…
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​​Jason Hartman welcomes Lynette Zang, Chief Market Analyst for ITM Trading. We are at the end of this current monetary experiment! Central banks are out of tools and out of time. Are we headed into a hyperinflationary depression? The system is already shifting and will have to be reset - we just need a big enough crisis to get everybody on board… …
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Jason Hartman explores the latest housing market data with returning guest Dr. Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of Research at the National Association of Realtors®. The Federal Reserve has raised the interest rate only one time this year, yet we see how fast the mortgage rates are rising. However, if one looks at the past hi…
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Jason Hartman invites Laurence Kotlikoff, Professor of Economics and NY Times Best Selling author of Money Magic: An Economist's Secrets to More Money, Less Risk, and a Better Life, to the show today. Are the United States' long term fiscal problems solvable? How HIGH would federal taxes have to increase to pay for our spending? Could we fix the sy…
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Jason Hartman welcomes back Harry Dent, New York Times Bestselling author, financial writer and one of the most outspoken financial editors in America, to discuss his new book ZERO HOUR and hear his thoughts on the stock market, crypto, demographics and the current economic climate. We have the most perverted economy in history with money being inj…
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Jason Hartman interviews Jeff Snider, Chief Investment Strategist and Head of Global Research at Alhambra Investment Partners. Consumer prices and asset markets have created the illusion of a red hot economy, but according to Jeff, the bond market has been telling us what's been wrong since 2008. Jeff shares with us some incredible data that shakes…
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Michael Zuber of One Rental At A Time interviews Jason about the Federal Reserve, its chairmen, past and present and offers a few predictions on how the Fed will be dealing with inflation and interest rates. Michael also asks Jason to comment on 3 potential things that could happen in our economy, given the "plandemic" and its consequences. Key Tak…
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The pandemic's impact on the economy significantly complicated how we measure gross domestic product. Pat Higgins, an Atlanta Fed economist, joins the Economy Matters podcast to discuss the GDPNow tool and recent developments in gross domestic product.By Atlanta Fed
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Jason Hartman invites Casey Michel, author and investigative journalist, to speak about his new book which uncovers how the US has created the greatest money laundering scheme in history. South Dakota has pioneered an entire industry of what they call anonymous trusts. South Dakota has taken this to a magnitude we've never seen by creating perpetua…
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Jason Hartman welcomes bitcoin expert and author of "Bitcoin Clarity," Kiara Bickers. There's a lot of noise in the crypto space involving all kinds of buzzwords and Kiara's work helps us take a step back and obtain a true understanding of all the properties of the system without having to learn how to code or be a cryptographer. Her book aims to h…
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Jason Hartman welcomes Simon Caron, the Uneducated Economist, who quite frankly, is a lot more educated than many economists out there! With a background in the lumber industry and his direct work in sales at a lumberyard, Simon's research comes from real world, real life experience as he deals firsthand with the current building material and lumbe…
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Jason Hartman welcomes a special guest today, the mysterious and brilliant Doomberg, to discuss if the story of 2022 could be a food inflation and food shortage crisis born directly from the energy crisis that we're seeing today. Jason and Doomberg take on this ongoing train wreck energy crisis we're living through and discuss how China's response …
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What happens when the money supply is expanding more than ever, the government is more indebted than it's ever been and interest rates are at the lowest they've ever been? Find out with Jason Hartman and the founder of Heresy Financial, Joseph Brown as they discuss this and much more! We are seeing the largest monetary expansion in US history which…
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Jason Hartman discusses today's economic boom or bust and real estate trends with a very special guest and absolute wealth of knowledge, Dr. Vikram Mansharamani. He talks about identifying bubbles in various markets, and whether or not real estate should continue to be a profitable play over the long run. Dr. Mansharamani gives his outlook on other…
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Jason Hartman welcomes Robert Breedlove, host of The "What Is Money" Show for a great discussion about fiat money, the gold standard, market manipulation, inflation and of course, Bitcoin - the digital gold and decentralized currency of the people. Bitcoin was released at a time when nothing like it existed. This "immaculate inception" of Bitcoin i…
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Jason Hartman and Mike Simonsen from Altos Research discuss toxic low interest rates and their dysfunctional effect on the overall economy. Will these low rates lead to a further housing shortage? They also take a deep dive into local housing market data from Ocala and Jacksonville, Florida, and look at home price reductions, days on market and sup…
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Could new legislation be the end of the self-directed IRA? Jason Hartman is joined by tax attorney John Hyre to discuss new legislation that could impact your self directed IRA or 401K. Watch the video HERE. Key Takeaways: 0:52 Welcome John Hyre, tax attorney and self-directed IRA and 401K expert 1:35 New legislation is basically the destruction of…
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