Fri, 23 August 2019
Jason Hartman and Investment Counselor Carrie take a look at some of the prime markets where first time buyers are looking to buy, with several of them being markets his network is currently selling properties. Then the two look into some responses from listeners about some personal information they shared before coming to Meet the Masters as Jason tries to learn more about his friends.
[1:34] Where first time buyers are looking to buy
[5:11] Terminology that Jason thinks needs to be used
[8:22] Tampa made the list of places people are looking to live, and it's also a market Jason's group is looking at potentially going into
[14:29] The Millennial Struggle House and Home Blogcast
[20:04] Some responses from the Meet the Masters question about some interesting facts about attendees
[24:15] What life lesson Jason learned from his mom when learning to fly
Fri, 16 August 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Doug about why there's been a decline in inventory and what shortages are abound in the housing market. In examining several videos about the housing market and economy, Jason and Doug also look at what impact privatizing mortgages could have and housing affordability in Canada.
[4:06] The big housing shortage is not in McMansions, it's in the 100k range
[4:31] The problem with waiting for the next recession
[12:22] Inventory has declined, which has caused upward pressure on prices
[18:42] When large developers start building an area, they have to keep the sales going in order to make money, so prices can fluctuate
[22:38] The potential impact of privatizing is a prevention of markets overheating
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Fri, 9 August 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Laurence Kotlikoff, William Fairfield Warren Professor and Professor of Economics at Boston University, about the massive amount of unfunded mandates that are awaiting the United States. Currently he has that number pegged around $239 trillion, and there are only a few ways that can be resolved.
They also discuss how his software, Maxifi, can help those people who are planning toward retirement. Laurence explains the intricacies, assumptions that many people don't make when factoring in their savings.
[1:29] The most recent number the unfunded mandates are going to cost
[8:24] Does Laurence believe in Supply-Side Economics?
[11:33] Consuming your way to prosperity has never worked before and won't now
[14:52] How Laurence would have dealt with the collapse of Lehman Brothers to calm the public's response to the start of the Great Recession
[18:36] Laurence's take on Jason's 6 ways the government can get out of its hole
[24:07] Is the future inflationary?
[25:34] What do we need to do to plan for the future?
[31:52] How much time it takes to input your data into Maxifi
[35:28] Many people are saving too much for their later life because they're scared
Fri, 2 August 2019
Jason Hartman talks with Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang about some of his policy proposals, including the huge idea of Universal Basic Income, the erradication of income tax and the implementation of a VAT.
[1:40] How Universal Basic Income is different than the welfare state and why libertarians would support it
[5:11] Would income taxes go away if Andrew's VAT goes into effect?
[9:56] Andrew supports UBI because automation is taking away so many jobs
[14:40] The war on normal people
[21:06] How the UBI will offset any deficit it creates