In this episode, I chat with Joe Robert—Founder and CEO of Robert Ventures—about digital assets and the prevalence of technology in business. As companies become increasingly geared towards tech as a means of efficiency, our global economy is experiencing a similar shift. The real question is, how do we to trust an asset wherein its value exists in the medium of the web and lacks a predictable progression? Tune in for Joe’s take on these considerations that must be acknowledged in the digital age of economics.

-As of Monday, the 500 wealthiest people in the world lost $206 billion
-The world cannot survive without the rich
-Joe is primarily invested in digital assets (i.e. cryptos)
-Over the last decade, he has noticed the prevalence of technology in business; many companies are geared towards tech
-Software helps create things that are more efficient, removing the middle men from the equation
-To validate the worth of your NFT, you have to have confidence in the way it is backed by the blockchain, which shows evidence of ownership
-Cryptos have gotten slaughtered
-Bitcoin trades purely on emotion, and you can’t anticipate the market
-The Fed wants to raise interest rates to bring down inflation, which hasn’t worked well so far
-The goal is to out-pace inflation, which makes it important to be involved with some sort of asset

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Robert Ventures

Direct download: Joe_Robert_15.Jun.22.mp3
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How do we survive the carnage in the markets? Alejandro Szita urges us to turn to real estate, which behaves differently than many other investments and has potentially promising outcomes in our tumultuous economy. Commodity prices going up allude to future home values going up, which makes real estate a sector worth exploring and investing in. Tune in for more expert insight.

-It’s the day after carnage in Wall Street. The question is, how do we survive this?
-Peak inflation is not here, but rather, it is down the road
-Is real estate a hedge against inflation, or is it just like any other investment?
-The real estate market has confusing signals; it is driven by demand and interest rate
-Increasing rates have had an interesting effect on real estate
-On a large loan, 2% makes a huge difference
-In California, governments have been restricting the supply of homes; officials have varying intentions
-Housing doesn’t behave the same in every county—each market is local
-It’s important to focus on what you can control, such as how you spend/leverage your money
-Real estate is still a way to leverage your income and acquire an asset
-When cash flow is going down, your future bill is going to be small
-We discuss the different between rate and volume of interest
-We talk about what is referred to as inflation-induced debt destruction
-As the price of commodities that make up your home go up, the price of your home after inflation also goes up

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Prosperity Lending

Direct download: Alejandro_Szita_14.Jun.22.mp3
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