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Gerald Celente’s Predictions on Trade Wars, Stocks, Real Estate, and Gold

Not having the ability to predict the future makes it extremely challenging when it comes to investing because you never know what the next black swan event will be. Since there are so many potential challenges in the economy that could cause a recession, accurate predictions can be almost impossible. Due to the division of labor, most people are only focused on one sector of the economy and may be completely oblivious to the changes happening…

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E83 – Is There An Untapped Investment Opportunity In Industrial Parks?

Private equity groups and accredited investors have been looking everywhere for returns, even outside of their typical comfort zone. Many groups are seeking less competitive asset classes that can cause huge success, even if they are not well versed in the particular sector. Back in 2013, our guest saw some extremely bullish trends taking place in the industrial sector which led to his belief that they are well-positioned as more and more groups move outside…

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E82 – What Do Rising Interest Rates Actually Mean for Cap Rates?

We all know that when interest rates go up, borrowing money becomes more expensive. This also has a profound effect on properties, because the more expensive borrowing becomes, the less debt the property can substantiate, in turn decreasing the property value. As those property values decline, cap rates will continue to climb, meaning that as interest rates rise, cap rates increase as well. What do those rising interest rates actually mean for real estate investors?

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E81 – How To Make Your Business Run Like Clockwork with Mike Michalowicz

Entrepreneurs are known for their hustle and commitment to “the grind”. Due to the tremendous amount of work on their plate, they tend to work all the time and never really stop. Many people exchanged working 40 hours a week at a reliable job to working 70 hours per week on their own business. Not only are the prolonged hours an issue, but the stresses of owning a business takes a toll on many people. Why are so…

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E80 – Where’s The Opportunity for SFR Investors In Today’s Market?

When it comes to passive investing the most popular avenue for investors is single-family houses. The amount of data that is publically available is so vast it makes the markets much easier to track, properties easier to comp, and the purchase prices are lowering, meaning you can control an entire property without emptying out your E-trade Account. While home ownership is trending down, there has been a substantial price run-up in every type of real estate and many…

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E79 – Are San Francisco Real Estate Prices About To Fall Off A Cliff?

Many people have been wondering what is going on with the San Francisco real estate market, and there’s a good chance you are too. San Francisco prices have peaked, and normally the more significant the parabolic shift to the upside, the more catastrophic the downside is. Many data points are suggesting that the San Francisco market is slowing, but what does that mean? 

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E78 – How You Can Leverage Technology With Your Real Estate Business

It’s no surprise that technological advances have changed our world and the way we live. Although, over the last 20 years technology has disrupted a great deal of business and even entire sectors of the economy, including real estate. Due to these changes, we now have the MLS which is a website that hosts all of the current real estate listings from all over the United States and makes them viewable to every realtor in the US. Prior to…

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E77 – How Ted Benna Invented the 401k

While coming into 2019, take a look at all the previous inventions and technology that has made present life as it is. Could you recall who invented most of these modern features? You probably couldn’t, due to the overwhelming amount of inventors that have contributed beneficial innovations throughout the centuries. One of these inventions you may use through your employer is the 401(k) plan. The 401(k) has become the United States’s most popular retirement vehicle with more than…

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E76 – Why Jim Rogers Thinks the Next Crash Will Be Worse Than 2008

Many people are willing to make claims about the financial markets, but if they actually manage a fund, you can see that some of the claims they make don’t actually line up with their behavior in terms of the investments that they are making. This is not the case with our guest for today. Back in 2007, he went on CNBC at the peak of the US housing bubble and spoke about how he was selling his…

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E75 – What Does GDP Tell Us About the State of the Economy

There are several data points that make up the GDP and from this data, we can imply a significant amount about our economic outlook. If you keep up with economic blogs or follow the market, you are aware that for the first time in 10 years things are starting to shift. We are seeing GDP growth numbers coming down on a quarterly basis, late in the cycle. We are going to discuss what those shifts look…

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