The keys to success are not always to be found in education, and here to speak on this is Sam Liebman. While he had particular professors that inspired him in his career, he learned much through observation and participating in the markets. He goes on to talk about the current state of the real estate markets. Ultimately, you need to understand the fundamentals if you are going to invest in something like real estate. Tune in to hear if this may be the right investment area for your background, and how you can get involved.

-Many times, educators are to blame for low success rates when it comes to educational assessments
-Liebman remembers a particular accounting professor that changed his perception on his career. He used examples and analogies to represent difficult concepts
-Banks now are probably going to be inundated with massive foreclosures
-If you can buy properties cheap enough because of foreclosures, you can perhaps rent them
-If you want to learn to invest in real estate, you need to understand the fundamentals

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Sam Liebman

Direct download: Sam_Liebman_15.Jan.22.mp3
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As time goes on, it becomes more clear that the inflationary situation is already dire, and is only going to get worse. Here to speak on this is Peter Schiff, who sheds light on these circumstances. We got away with printing money for a bit because all of it went into the stock market, but it seems that the markets are overvalued and US stocks are not as valuable in an international context. For more information on these issues, be sure to tune in.

-The current reality is that we’re experiencing very bad inflation that is going to get much worse
-Every other currency has inflated as bad/worse than the dollar
-For a while, we got away with printing money because all of this money went into the stock market
-Our markets are grossly overvalued, and the world wants to get rid of US stocks
-We have large deficits
-The house of cards economy that the Fed built cannot withstand high interest rates
-With all of the Fed’s responsibilities, something has to give
-The Fed is concerned about the loss of wealth when the stock market goes down
-It’s important to own dividend paying, income earning stocks
-The best place to invest is outside the US—the value stocks are much better values
-It’s important to own other assets that do well with inflation (i.e. energy, metals, agriculture etc.)
-The Fed is not going to fight inflation; inflation is going to win by default

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Peter Schiff & Brent Johnson Debate! (Dollar Predictions for 2022)
Peter Schiff: Irony and Lies…
Euro Pacific Capital

Direct download: Peter_Schiff_14.Jan.22.mp3
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