Mon, 3 November 2014
Host, Jason Hartman, uses today’s Creating Wealth Show to raise some of the issues featured in recent articles in both Forbes magazine and the Orange County Register. Following that, he gives his own opinions on topic areas such as individual organizations’ changing motives and the true key to successful real estate investment, regardless of where in the world you’re looking to invest.
03.30 – Jason Hartman discusses scams occurring in the real estate market and how they’re not just limited to the Wall Street scandals we’ve become accustomed to hearing about.
11.24 – Being a direct investor means avoiding working with idiots, crooks and those who want to benefit from all your profit.
13.37 – According to an article in Forbes, if the US economy had grown just a little more every year, we would be seeing a huge different to the GDP figures.
16.45 – If the growth had changed by 2% per year, we could expect a totally different Forbes 400 with a much broader focus on a range of different industries.
23.32 – When a charitable organization seems to lose sight of its original meaning, questions should be asked.
25.38 – Whenever you end up with the government as your customer or client, be prepared for a forest of paperwork.
27.08 – Investments in real estate really rely on a good LTI ratio – land to improvement.
31.14 – “Successful people make decisions quickly, as soon as all the facts are available, and change them very slowly, if ever. Unsuccessful people, on the other hand, make decisions slowly and change them quickly."