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Capitalism is under attack, and it seems there are many who are pushing for a Socialistic movement in our Country. The one problem Isee with either is that it takes our eyes off Christ and puts them on man. This program will hopefully get you thinking about what the bible says about either.
Join me this week where my guest is a TheProcess319 Unleashed favorite Gerald C. Boursiquot we will dialogue about the pro and cons of Capitalism and Socialism. It is sure to be explosive conversation as we debate tthe issue facing each, the goal is to encourage thought on the subject because this topic is sure to take center stage as ww get closer to the election and the economy weakens.
According to a recent article published by Bloomberg, Oaktree Capital has raised $7 billion for a distressed debt fund as it prepares for the economic recovery to falter.
For most investors, a capital raise the size of OakTree is simply out of the question. However, there are still many opportunities in the NPL and distressed real estate space for middle lower market investors especially as FHA, FNMA and Freddie increase their NPL sales creating secondary markets for smaller investors. Many middle and lower market funds are in active capital raise mode as we head into the 3rd and 4th quarter of the year.
Joining the broadcast to discuss the capital raise process is Bina Shetty, Head of Strategic Advisory at Tremony Capital.
Bina Shetty joined Tremony Capital, as the Head of Strategic Advisory with a mission to expand Tremony’s third-party strategic advisory capabilities for lower middle market financial institutions and real estate focused businesses. Prior to joining Tremony, Bina was a Managing Director at Milestone Advisors, a boutique investment bank that exclusively focused on middle markets financial services clients across the depository institution, distressed real estate, specialty finance and financial technology sectors.
In this episode, we share books we've read over the years that are useful for understanding and critiquing capitalism and socialism. We will be recommending both classic and contemporary books that are assessable to general readers. We invite you to call in with their own recommendations. 347-857-1319.
What's wrong with Capitalism? Is it individual control or greed that bothers the American people these days? These are the questions Betty will discuss today and why she's pondering them. Assignment: tells the stories of America from history, military, politics, social and economic to entertainment - the things you never thought about to the trivia you never knew.
Is/Was Richard Goddard a CIA Agent and Murderer?
Did Errol Barrrow change the constitution of Barbados to protect a murderer?
CAPITALI$M: A Pool of Fools is what keeps capitalism afloat. You need cheap labor ($laves/stupid people) to make it work.
OGRAPHY IN BARBADOS: Children and in Barbados.
The four rouge politicians in Barbados (Denis Kellman, Chris Sinckler, Denis Lowe and Donville Inniss).
DOCILE: An examination of the word: Docile; and other hot topics.
Sheri Veronica. Rawle Maycock. Angela Cole. Alex Mitchell.
Fears over the health of China's economy kept world markets on edge this week and the country will remain in focus, along with the question of whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next month.
Those concerns sent world stocks, commodities and currencies on a roller-coaster ride this week, and purchasing manager surveys due on Tuesday are expected to show manufacturing contracted during August in the world's second-biggest economy.
Federal Reserve officials who are most anxious to hike interest rates said on Friday that continued turmoil in financial markets may cause the central bank to delay tightening monetary policy beyond next month, even though the U.S. economy remains strong.
Joining the broadcast to discuss the economy, bond prices, the Fed and housing is Brent Nyitray, Director of Capital Markets at iServe Residential Lending.
Brent is responsible for managing iServe’s origination pipeline and Ginnie Mae securitizations. Prior to iServe, Brent was an analyst and trader at several hedge funds as well as ran the European Risk Arbitrage trading desk at Bear Stearns. Brent is also the author of The Daily Tearsheet, a blog focused on the economy, financial markets and real estate.
Capitalism for the poor, News and comment
The Black Panther Party was one of the most militant, influenetial, respected, and targeted Black Nationalist groups during the 60s and 70s. As part of its ten point program, the BPP essentially advocated for an end to capitalism, and replacing it with the objectives of socialism. We will discuss why and how this program is still relevant to today.
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Today on "It's My House" we shall be discusing how to "Raise $100,000.00 in (30) Days Using Social Capital".
There are two primary distinctions of Social Capital when you use this method of funding:
Debt Creation Social Capital
Income Producing Social Capital
We shall PLAN the steps needed to take so anyone can raise $100,000 in (30) days.
A major part of this effort is learning how to "leverage" your GOAL using the following:
Daily Blue Print
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Join Wisconsin Carry, Inc. President and host of Well Armed Radio, Nik Clark for another LIVE broadcast of Wisconsin's premier 2nd Amendment/freedom minded/capitalism embracing radio program. Where we don't just talk about guns, but capitalism and freedom. Show will air LIVE at 7pm Central time on Sunday. Tune in, Call in, BE WELL ARMED!
Well Armed Radio... Because knowledge is your best defense, but a good back-up never hurts.
Topics this week:
-Civil lawsuit brought against Badger Guns by Milwaukee police officers goes to trial. Get the facts to refute your ignorant friends and co-workers when they try to play "gotcha"
-and much more!
Every week Yaron Brook reviews significant headlines that impact freedom in various forms. Commenting from a philosophical view that man's greatest value is self, he brings unique perspective to the conversation, always ending the show with a positive sense of life.
In this episode, Yaron discusses the Pope's visit to America, drug prices, the Volkswagen scandal, and more.