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  • 00:17

    Damion Lupo--Aftermath Of The Election-Good New Ahead! #3351

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    Damion Lupo joined us for a post election review and what you need to do to take advantage of the coming opportunities. It's the age of the entrepreneur and a lot of the victim mentality and working the system will be gone soon. The producers will once again reign supreme. And we can hardly wait. 

  • 00:17

    Terry Goodkind--Best Selling Author's New Book--Nest #3350

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    Master of terror in several genres, Terry Goodkind talks to us about NEST, his newest and most thrilling novel.
    What would you do if you could see true evil... And you discovered that evil was staring back at you... No matter where you run, no matter where you hide, it sees you. It can reach out and touch you.
    With NEST, Terry Goodkind launches a new series of contemporary thrillers with a supernatural look into the nature of mankind; a search that takes you to the very origin of what it is to be human. From John Allen Bishop's basement to the harrowing halls of the Darknet, this pursuit is relentless. A great book not to be missed. 

  • 00:37

    CW 753 - Kenneth D. Campbell - The Real Estate Trusts--USA New Billionaires

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    Guest, Kenneth D. Campbell is the founding partner, managing director and former chairman of Investment Policy Committee and ING Clarion Real Estate Securities, Founder of Realty Stock Review which was the first investment newsletter on real estate investment trusts (REITs), co-author of the best selling and first full length book on REITs, The Real Estate Investment Trust: America’s Newest Billionaires and author of the new book, Watch that Rat Hole and Witness the REIT Revolution. Kenneth has a history of dealing with the financial elite and is considered an expert in this type of investment vehicle. .
    Key Takeaways:
    [1:49] Depositions and the US Legal System are the closest thing to Hell in the civilized world.
    Kenneth D. Campbell Guest Interview:
    [5:43] Eisenhower brought Real Estate Trusts to life in 1960 with the intention of receiving pass-through tax treatment on real estate.  
    [7:50] Wall Street became infatuated with the Mortgage REITs group.
    [11:58] Currently, the stock market is exuberant on the future of the real estate market.
    [12:54] Millennials want to live in cities with a broad range of services available to them and they prefer to rent and this is what is driving the apartment market.
    [18:23] In the 1980’s, Kenneth D. Campbell hob nobbed with the financial elite including Carl Icahn, Michael Milken, Warren Buffet, etc.
    [26:59] The IRS has just tightened the strings of spinning off real estate into REITs.
    [29:20] Brexit will slow new construction in London for the next few years and NYC may get a lift in becoming the financial capital of the world.
    [32:42] Kenneth believes real estate holds great value for people.
    [35:08] How to find out more about Kenneth D. Campbell or sign up for his newsletter.
     

  • 00:19

    John Rubino--Time For An International Comedian Party? #3352

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    A one of my favorite performers, Will Rogers said, "Every time Congress passes a law it becomes a joke and every they make a joke, it becomes a law." John and I have hit upon a unique solution to ill-governance, the Comedian Party. With the possible upcoming Italian election of funny man Beppe Grillo and the recent election of reality tv start Donald Trump, the benefits are becoming quite clear. Comedians are the least likely to bring a country to war. They have the unique ability to make people laugh in the most miserable of situations and their best humor is based upon current events. Here there's no shortage of material for sure, so let's start electing people who have a sense of humor, asap!

  • 00:18

    Richard Groden--Taking Water From The Sky! #3344

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    Richard Groden's company IslandSky has plans to change the way mankind gets vitally needed water. Richard was on a trip to South America and hit upon the idea of simply extracting the airborne humidity from the atmosphere. It would be an inexhaustible supply that could be harvested in humid climates as well as arid climates. Thus was born the line of SkyWater machines. From a household unit to larger commercial machines, his dream has become a reality. They're very economical and they produce higher quality H2O than many municipal water systems. Something that the world has been waiting for. 

  • 00:18

    Kirk Du Plessis--You Too Can Make Money In Options #3343

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    Kirk Du Plessis is a full-time options trader, real estate investor, and stay-at-home Dad. Option Alpha, which started as a small blog has quickly grown into one of the industry's most respected authorities on options trading with more than 5.4 million visitors each year and 30,000 active members representing 42 different countries. Each month Option Alpha coaches thousands of people from all over the world. Kirk and his team shows them how to consistently make smarter, more profitable trades while also boosting their confidence.

  • 00:30

    James Hirsen--Fakebook and Fake News #3342

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    All of a sudden Facebook, Google and Twitter have found religion. They're going to eliminate Fake News. But seems like the definition of fake varies, depending upon your political persuasion. The Left views all conservative news sites as fake. Sites like Breitbart, Drudge and others. Will they succeed? I wouldn't count on it. 

  • 00:26

    Wayne Allyn Root--Forget The Snowflakes and Cry Babies! #3354

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    Wayne Allyn Root joined us today to bask in the glory of the Trump victory that he called so long ago. There was plenty of vote fraud, but not enough to deny him the victory. Now they're starting with idiotic recounts to taint his presidency but again they will meet with failure. And don't expect Mitt Willard Romeny to be Secretary of State. Wayne says it ain't gonna happen. 

  • 00:22

    Dr. Gerard Lameiro--Trump's Winning Ways #3353

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    Dr. Gerard Lameiro called 46 out of 50 states before election night. Without voter fraud he might have called them all. Rasmussen Polling even sent him congrats. He and I believed that Trump was going to win the election almost from the beginning. Now Trump has triumphed and they're trying to recount his victory out of existence. But it's not going work, it's too little too late! 

  • 00:21

    Andrew Hoffman--The Giant Pink Elephant In The Room #3357

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    What's going to happen next Wednesdays with Andrew Hoffman:
    OPEC "deal" - give me a break! INFLATION expectations CASH, CURRENCY, CAPITAL CONTROLS Physical vs. Paper PM market disparity Today's article, the "giant pink elephant in the room" - of surging interest rates! Etc, etc.

  • 00:47

    CW 755 - James Dale Davidson - THE BREAKING POINT

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    Jason’s guest James Dale Davidson is the co-founder of Agora Publishing, the Founder of the National Taxpayer’s Union,  co-editor of Strategic Investment for the Sovereign Society and founder of Newsmax. He is the Author of the best selling books Blood in the Streets: Investment Profits in a World Gone Mad, The Sovereign Individual: Mastering the Transition to the Information Age, The Great Reckoning: Protecting Yourself in the Coming Depression and his new release, The Breaking Point: Profit from the Coming Money Cataclysm. Mr. Davidson foretells of an impending, marketplace disaster which will happen in this lifetime. He credits the Obamacare, Chinese ghost cities and fictitious capital. He shares this information because he believes it is important for people to understand what will happen so they can create a new life in a new environment.
    Key Takeaways:
    James Dale Davidson Guest Interview:
     
    [1:50] James Dale Davidson believes the current business model and social contract which supported it is kaput in the Western Civilization.
    [6:27] Trump may have been voted in because of the life expectancy of middle-class white voters has dropped.
    [9:43] What’s next for the economy under a Trump presidency?
    [10:57] The Breaking Point looks at the symbiotic relationship between the drug companies and the food industry.
    [14:49] The US needs someone with business savvy to improve the quality of decisions made in politics.
    [18:30] Bernie Sanders reminds James Dale Davidson of Karl Marx.
    [20:32] When fictitious capital is created it goes to people with collateral. These people can borrow money for almost nothing.
    [27:56] Jason asks “Why not just kick the can down the road forever?” Mr. Davidson tells us why it’s not a good idea.