Fri, 26 March 2021
Jason Hartman interviews Matthew Gould of UnstoppableDomains.com. Matthew Gould talks about different domain extensions that liken themselves to early adopters of the new decentralized web. Is China launching its own digital currency with a higher transaction speed, and could this affect the dollar? Gould works to ensure that the people, not the government or the big-tech corporations, get to define the internet in the modern world.
[2:20] People can move cryptocurrency around easier with over 50 different cryptos.
[3:30] Gould speaks on the free speech concerns online.
[6:15] What is DNS?
[8:40] Is there a modern, blockchain, free speech-oriented hosting platform?
[10:00] Who gets to define what the internet will look like in the future?
[13:00] How are tech institutions a lack of government action?
[16:45] In the 1970s, the US had the best banking system in the world, ex: settlement speed and accuracy.
Direct download: AMA_Blockchain_Domains__Unstoppable_Domains_with_Matthew_Gould.mp3
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Fri, 19 March 2021
Chad Hewitt appropriately and humorously likens his scaffolding business to a short-term rental property. This Rich Dad, Poor Dad inspired investor shares his real estate story with the Hartman Network.
[1:15] Owns a scaffolding business is quite similar to owning a short term rental company.
[2:10] Triple net leases simply mean that all expenses pass through to the tenant.
[3:30] Originally inspired by Rich Dad, Poor Dad.
[7:00] Triple net vs. individual residential real estate.
[11:20] Anyone with a decent paying job can get past the 16k barrier to entry.
[14:00] Income property is the most tax-favored asset in America because you can depreciate it.
[20:30] With a 1031-exchange, you don't need to do the recapture when you sell a home.
[25:00] Because of the Green New Deal, the cost to develop your average apartment complex is going to go up.
Fri, 12 March 2021
You don’t need a booming housing industry to make money, just a good strategy. Ken poses the question, when the dust settles, which businesses will still be standing, and where will the concentration of people be? Jason Hartman predicts a strain on the housing supply in the not-so-distant future as he postulates that few will be incentivized to get rid of a home loan with such historically low-interest rates.
[2:00] How much has life changed in the recent 10, 20 years?
[3:30] The tech companies are likely to be broken up.
[5:00] You can make money in any environment if you adjust your strategy.
[10:00] Ken’s tips on how to find deals and evaluate them.
[16:40] Definite move from retail to housing.
[22:00] There is obvious truth of an asset shortage - as in bidding against 45 other buyers.
[31:10] City/State revenue comes from Taxpayers. There is a potential for cities to file bankruptcy.
[37:45] The bubble ‘should’ve popped’ already, but ‘they’ can keep kicking the can down the road.
[41:25] “I still think there is going to be a crash; it’s just being propped up with money which is going to create inflation.” -McElroy
[43:20] Jason predicts a future strain on housing supply because of so many home purchases with historically the lowest interest rates ever.
Fri, 5 March 2021
Wealth is created with compound interest, making your dollar work for you. Dan Amerman talks with Jason Hartman about understanding, The Homeowner Wealth Formula. Dan says, “one way at looking at the mortgage is that it’s a short against the dollar.” The primary question; is your home an investment?
Books: The Homeowner Wealth Formula
[1:30] Is your home an investment or an expense?
[3:30] How can we better understand these home price indices?
[7:10] The results of the exhaustive research are incredibly positive. Find out more.
[9:20] “One way at looking at the mortgage is that it’s a short against the dollar.” -Amerman
[14:00] The number one historically proven method for creating wealth over the centuries is compound interest. How does this relate to inflation?
[21:00] A lot of government programs are “shell games.”
[24:00] We do expect a wealth transfer from boomers to up and coming generations.