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Well, the American taxpayers paid for the last market crash. Are you ready to bail out the rich guys again? Are you ready to bail out GM again? After all, politicians use our money for whatever they want!
Changing minds every day of the week!
Tonite (1.24.2014) we talked about:
The obscene disparity between the rich and poor.
85 people possess more wealth ($1.7 trillion) than the 3.5 billion poorest people on Earth!!!
The top 1% possess $110 trillion which is more than 65 times what the bottom 3.5 billion have!!!
The top 1% of families in the world own 46% of global wealth!!!
The two richest known families are the rottenfellers and rottenshields. The first is worth about $10 trillion and the rottenshields are worth about $700 trillion.
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It's topical -- there has been an apparent terrorist incident at the Boston Marathon involving what looks to be two explosive devices.
This on top of a commodity collapse that despite the claims in the media DID NOT start just overnight - it's been on for a while.
We'll cover both.
The U.S. debt is higher than it has ever been (outside of a brief period after WW II). Fitch Ratings has us on Credit Watch Negative for a possible downgrade. Washington hasn't solved the debt, unemployment and slow recovery problems, they simply put it off until January/February of 2014. Will the Shutdown and the Crisis impact GDP growth for the rest of 2013? Will it spark a recession? Natalie Pace reveals a few secrets you may not know about the economy, including an accounting change that allowed politicians to claim this year had growth, when in fact without that change, this year would have reflected a recession. She also spells out a 10-point Emergency checklist you need to make sure that your assets are covered in the event of a market drop.
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“In Defense of Christians” documentary filmmaker Jordan Allott discusses efforts to galvanize Christian outrage over the savage extermination of Christians in the Middle East. In Part 2, legendary investor Marc Faber calls in from Hong Kong to share his insight about why asset bubbles, quantitative easing, and ever-growing sovereign debt will eventually end in a steep market crash.
Big messes out there.
Unrest in Ferguson, Missouri now well into its second week, and if we've learned anything, it's that Obama's fundamendal transformation has done its best to kill the American concept of blind justice.
Meanwhile, the Obama administration still seems in denial over threats posed internationally by the self-proclaimed Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
We'll comment - and take your comments if you'd like to share - on current events underway, and attempt to connect as many dots as possible.
Big picture? What are perceived as good times in America now exist on borrowed money and borrowed time.
We'll also spend some time discussing ways you can be more ready for when things go sour.
Yes. Time to prepare on warning.
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REGGAE ROUND TABLE CHAT: Accounting & Legal Issues-Things You MUST Know music 101
An Account Manager in the music industry is more senior than an account executive. They will make more strategic business decisions. In the music industry they may be responsible for a band or solo artist, a record label or perhaps an agency, publication, music TV or digital music service. The Account Manager will likely be responsible for a portfolio of clients or brands.http://us.music-jobs.com/jobtypes/account-manager-jobs-413282.php
The growth of ancillary revenue streams for artists that are not related to music are critically important, such as sponsorships/endorsements ,opportunities in television, book publishing, and creative forms of merchandising. The music industry, which began as a product-based business, has quickly evolved into a service-based business over the past several years despite the fact that the U.S. Copyright Act and other laws do not currently support the transformations. Also examined are arrangements between record companies and artists; production deals, producer agreements and other legal and business issues that arise in the recording studio; trademark and rights of publicity; topics and agreements relating to music publishing rights; monetizing downloads and subscription services; and discussions pertaining to fans, brands, social networking sites, and cultural communities as they affect music, copyrights, and merchandising in a global music market.
This episode will be part of a series that will be committed to the students, past and present, of Bauder College and Kaplan University. This series will provide information to students about class action litigation and their legal rights. We will also discuss information Graham Holding Company ("GHC" and Kaplan Higher Education Group and Kaplan, Inc. The purpose of this series is to enable the students of Bauder College and Kaplan University to take action and protect their legal rights.
Judith Bogner is a well-respected financial television presenter and experienced event host for the corporate world. For more than ten years she was one of the main European anchors of the financial news channel Bloomberg Global Television. Since May 2013 Judith has added Commercial Mediation (Alternative Dispute Resolution) to her tool box.
Between May 2001 and October 2011, she anchored and reported for many of Bloomberg's top European-based programs both in English and German language. She also regularly delivered business news updates for partner media outlets such as Bloomberg UTV India, Bloomberg HT Turkey, N24 and F.A.Z. Radio in Germany.
Her experience extends over a wide range of topics from developed economies to emerging markets, from corporate and business stories to politics and economics. One area that has always remained of special interest for Judith is China as a result of her university studies and work experience in Shanghai and Taiwanese family background.
She also conducted countless interviews with market players in the international financial community as well as political and business leaders, such as European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso, EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton, former ECB Chief Economist Juergen Stark, Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche, Nestle Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Royal Bank of Scotland Group CEO Stephen Hester and WPP Group CEO Sir Martin Sorrell.
Judith studied in Germany and China and holds a degree of Bachelor of Arts from the University of Applied Sciences in Bremen and a degree in Hotel Management. She was born in Germany and is currently based in London. She has lived in China, Ukraine, France, Italy and Switzerland. She is bilingual in English and German and also speaks Italian, French and Mandarin Chinese and has some knowledge of Spanish and Russian.
Karen Rands returns with her Compassionate Capitalist radio show to discuss how a global market impacts entrepreneurs & investors when it comes to predicting the success of an early stage company. The best selling book "The World is Flat" by Thomas Friedman, set forth the premise that business leaders should view the world as a level playing field in terms of commerce, where all competitors have an equal opportunity. Although books is a decade old, the idea is relevant in todays world just as much back then.
In this episode, Karen will explore what this means to entrepreneurs and investors when it comes to launching and growing a company. The ying/yang of a "flat world" is competition & collaboration. When it comes to bringing innovation to market it is easy to think that a company has "no competition". This is rarely the case. The competition may be indirect, shifting the staus quo, or simply in another part of the world that neither the entrepreneur or investor knows about. Not anticipating the existence of competition creates a false sense of safety. Likewise, identifying potential collaboration partners can strengthen a company before they are faced with direct competition to remain in a place of dominance.