Summary:
If you’re looking for an investment with huge returns, you’re going to want to listen to this episode. Self Storage Syndicated Equities CEO, Fernando Angelucci, comes on the show to talk about investing in storage facilities—a venture he has been profiting from since 2018. Fernando had been in real estate for many years, and about six years ago he noticed difficulties surfacing for landlords. In search of change, he decided to move single family homes and multi family properties out of his portfolio and start purchasing self storage facilities. Fernando slowly scaled up from there, and now builds facilities that are between 80,000 and 120,000 square feet. With the number of people using storage facilities increasing year over year, it’s the perfect time to look into this investment opportunity. Tune in for more information.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Self Storage Syndicated Equities

Direct download: Fernando_Angelucci_27.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
The markets are on a bounce, and yet, layoffs are more plentiful than ever. This is not the beginning of a bull market or an upward shift in economic growth; rather, inflation is disguising the inevitable recession ahead. Here to dispel the confusion and discuss what’s truly happening is Michael Pento, President and Founder of Pinto Portfolio Strategies. Michael emphasizes that real economic growth is shrinking while GDP is going up. While the Bureau of Labor Statistics came out with a better-than-expected number of unemployed individuals, this provides little hope amidst the large-scale layoffs at big corporations. Moreover, the death of inflation has been grossly exaggerated, with the monetization of debt being the root cause of our inflationary circumstance. We still have a long way to go before the Fed pivots, and it’s essential to be on the right side of the cycle for what’s to come. Tune in for more insight.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Pento Portfolio Strategies

Direct download: Michael_Pento_26.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:01am EST

Summary:
Businesses are pushing for their employees to return to the workplace, which has generated a lot of push back amongst workers in numerous fields. Here to discuss this is Carl Gould, who is not surprised at the collective reluctance to go back to the office. For the last two years, people have adjusted to the ‘new normal,’ and the thought of transitioning back can be daunting. Under certain roles and circumstances, some professionals have thrived in the remote atmosphere, but the truth is that company culture is difficult to foster when employees are isolated in their homes. Amidst these difficulties, Carl is hopeful that we will come out of this stronger and better than before, and encourages employers/employees to be transparent with one another about their concerns. Listen in for the full conversation on the future of the workplace.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Carl Gould

Direct download: Carl_Gould_25.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
Alongside the attempt to digitize everything in sight, a similar trend is taking place in the global economy: financialization. Here to discuss this is Emmanuel Daniel, a global thought leader in the future of finance. He describes the latest instances of data commodification as just one example of businesses seeking to financialize everything, and these trends are becoming extremely prevalent. Moreover, as people begin to gravitate towards alternative assets, it’s crucial to bear in mind that they subscribe to the same rules of the market and can be more volatile in early stages. Looking ahead, the US and other major economies will continue to generate debt, causing investors to question long term sustainability and where to put their trust.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Emmanuel Daniel

Direct download: Emmanuel_Daniel_24.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
Most working individuals want to retire at some point. In fact, we spend the entirety of our careers contributing to (most likely) the most expensive purchase that we’ll ever make: a retirement fund. How does one make sure that they set aside the right amount of money for retirement, generating enough income to survive off of during the final phase of life? Anthony Saccaro has been a retirement advisor for 23 years, and appears in this episode to talk about what you may not know about preparing for retirement—so that you don’t get hurt later on. He contends that the biggest mistake you can make is not being invested appropriately for the phase of life you’re in. A lot of people neglect to shift their portfolio when they transition phases, and this adjustment can have a massive affect on your retirement fund. Furthermore, it’s important to enlist the help of an advisor that is an income specialist, and to build a fund that is sustainable in any scenario.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
More Life Than Money

Direct download: Anthony_Saccaro_23.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:01am EST

Summary:
Changes in the economy bring about subsequent changes in the housing market, which have been more prominent than ever in the post-pandemic world. Is it possible that we’ve seen the lows and housing is making a comeback? Texas-based mortgage broker Debbie Bloyd comes on the show to talk about what she is observing in real estate, and it looks as if people are returning to the markets in search of their future home. Interest rate fluctuations and intense bidding wars last year caused many people to put their home purchase on hold, and rent rather than buy. As these leases come to an end, buyers are circling back to the housing market in hopes of finding the property they want at a more reasonable price. Whether or not prices are coming down, however, is still relatively dependent upon the seller. While some need to sell more urgently, others are riding out the storm, set on a very specific price. Tune in for more information on what’s to come in housing.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
DLB Mortgage Services

Direct download: Debbie_Bloyd_23.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
We talked about the God Bless America ETF back in October 2022 and it has performed extremely well since—beating a lot of the major indices. In this episode I sit down with Adam Curran, the creator of the ETF, who has been dreaming of this moment ever since he first visited the New York Stock Exchange as a child. Adam attributes the success of the fund to his somewhat aberrant strategy: focusing on businesses that put profit over politics. As many big corporations get tied up with every political conversation, Adam believes that it is critical for businesses to stay focused on performance, and looks for these sort of companies when investing. Tune in to learn more about some of the sectors the God Bless America ETF is involved with, and things to watch for in this year’s market.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
God Bless America ETF

Direct download: Adam_Curran_23.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
As we quickly approach the end of January, many are wondering what is in store for the rest of 2023 with regard to inflation rates and the markets. Is the Fed going to follow through on lowering inflation, and how will this affect the rest of the economy? Jim Welsh comes on the show to talk about some of the things that will take place this year, and assures us that the Fed is very intent on sticking to their guns—meaning that we can expect inflation to make its way down to 3%. Although Wall Street is skeptical, Jim reminds us that getting inflation to 3% is doable; on the other hand, taking inflation below 3% will be the tricky endeavor. Jim, among a number of experts, expects that we will see a recession this year and that the effort of globalization will unwind. Furthermore, a combination of factors will result in a secular bear market, which Jim elaborates on in his latest piece. Tune in to this episode for more insight.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Macro Tides
jimwelshmacro@gmail.com

Direct download: Jim_Welsh_20.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
An exit may mark your final moments with your business, but it’s something you need to start thinking about at the beginning stages. Violetta Terpeluk joins me in this episode to talk about pitfalls to avoid when planning an exit, and stresses that the planning process starts right when you begin to grow your business. Rather than a one time event, the exit strategy should be viewed as part of larger process—influencing the specific approach to business growth. It’s critical to have a core team collaborating on decisions, and to evaluate emotional readiness, personal financial readiness, and business readiness in regard to the exit strategy. Listen in for more valuable insight.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
IndigoFlow Financial Group

Direct download: Violetta_Terpeluk_20.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
We’re already in the second half of January, and many are wondering what’s in store for crypto this year. Are we going to see more decentralized finance, or is the system going to reclaim its power? Here to discuss this is former Bloomberg reporter, Matt Leising, who discusses some of the implications of currency decentralization—the most impactful one being that the middle man is eliminated. Matt explains why this is such a game changer, and how smart contracts speed up the transaction process; additionally, crypto helps to eliminate Western Union fees and allows for the seamless transport of money to/from places with fewer banks. Matt emphasizes that crypto is not an attempt to replace the current monetary system, but that it offers a viable alternative for those wanting to protect their capital against inflation and unforeseen obstacles in the economy.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
DeCential
Matt Leising Twitter

Direct download: Matt_Leising_18.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
It’s only the beginning of the new year, but so much has happened already. John Rubino comes on the show to discuss some of the latest and most interesting news, and we kick off this episode with some of the recent happenings in gold. With Ghana using gold to purchase oil and Russia and Iran looking into setting up their own gold stable coin, this signifies the start of gold being used as money again. Volatility, however, is ever-present, and charts demonstrate the first decrease after 30-40 years of steady increases. We’re in for a year of crisis and capitulation, and there are many factors at play. Tune in to this episode for more of John’s perspective on what’s to come.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
John Rubino Substack

Direct download: John_Rubino_18.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
You can’t control everything that happens in life, which makes having a backup plan that much more important. Here to talk about the significance of planning is Chuck Knabusch, a bestselling author and leadership expert helping to guide other leaders through the planning and execution process. Chuck discusses strategies for planning within a business—suggesting that it is best to plan for the unexpected and run through scenarios that haven’t occurred yet. Attaining outside perspective is also a key component of this process so that you can be sure to consider all possibilities and prepare yourself. Listen in for more tips so that you and your business can be ready for whatever comes your way.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
13Ten
Hope Is Not A Business Strategy: How To Take Control Of Your Business So It Won't Take Control Of You

Direct download: Chuck_Knabusch_16.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
We’re halfway through the first month of 2023 and consumer sentiment is better than expected. Will the January effect continue, and are good times here to stay? Edward Siddell comes on the show to talk about this, and is unsurprised by consumer sentiment given everything else going on. With rising inflation comes a subsequent rise in credit, meaning that people’s spending ability was unaffected during the holiday season. Nonetheless, we should brace ourselves for the inevitable—which will entail a bad earning season and many jobs lost, according to Edward. We should expect another round of quantitative easing, as well as a recession of unknown depths in the near future. Tune in to find out more.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
EGSI Financial

Direct download: Ed_Siddell_16.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
I sit down and chat with Eric Hadik to get some insight on 2023—with specific regard to trends and cycles taking precedence in the global economy. Eric suggests that we are going to see the extreme side of some trends, and the reversal of others. As global supply chain disruptions continue and the Euro gets hammered, we’re preparing for a seismic shift in the Dollar’s strength that will take place over time. We can expect more volatility in the oil sector, as well as a potential down wave in stocks in late 2023. Tune in for a closer look at what’s to come over the course of the year.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
INSIIDE Track Trading

Direct download: Eric_Hadik_13.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
Recently, the precious metals have displayed positive upside. Does this allude to prosperity for the sector in 2023? Jordan Roy-Byrne comes on the show to provide some information to be excited about regarding the precious metals—namely that gold will likely have its most significant breakout in 50 years. Jordan’s optimism about the metals comes from a few key indicators of strength; gold is outperforming other asset classes and exhibiting sustainability despite what it has endured over the last year. Furthermore, Jordan predicts that gold will outperform silver, and also talks about the types of companies to seek out for future investments. Tune in for more expert knowledge on the future of precious metals.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
The Daily Gold

Direct download: Jordan_Roy-Byrne_12.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

We sat down with, sponsor Regenx Tech's (TSX-V: RGX - OTCQB: RGXTF) CEO Greg Pendura and their US division's President Rick Purdy. The company is engaged in economically recovering large amounts of platinum and palladium from discarded diesel catalytic converters, most of which were headed for the landfill. They have first mover advantage. Purdy's commitment to the company led him and his family's move to the US. Impressed with the technology, we invested in shares.

Last summer we visited the company's newly perfected pilot plant, while it was planning an industrial scale facility. Regenx's oversubscribed rights offering enabled it to begin building its Tennessee plant. The situs was no accident; it's located in close proximity to one of the Southeast's leading recycling companies, thereby insuring a near endless supply of discarded diesel converters. Regenx has a huge advantage over potential competitors, who would need to build a raw material supply chain from scratch.

Regenx's proprietary process is an example of a green technology that is ready for primetime. In an eco-friendly manner, It recovers 90+% of platinum/palladium embedded in a diesel catalytic converter. Before Regenx, the choice was to smelt the metal out in a very dirty and uneconomical process. As a result over 2/3 of diesel catalytic converters presently find their way to landfills.

That's all about to change, with plant completion expected in Q1, production is slated for Q2 of 2023. The cash flow potential is enormous as is the scalability. We could eventually see Regenx plants pop up around the globe.

Company Website: www.Regenx.Tech

Ticker Symbols: TSX-V: RGX - OTCQB: RGXTF

Direct download: 073_Regenx_FSN.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:32am EST

Summary:
I invite James Locke on the show to discuss 2023 in regard to the markets: where are the markets and interest rates headed, and will it be a happy new year for investors? James emphasizes that market behavior will ultimately rely on the Federal Reserve. Amongst other uncertainties, we should keep an eye out for predictability, which reduces volatility in any case. The war in Russia will have a major impact on energy and food—an unforeseen obstacle prior to last year. The US seems to be ahead of the curve on a number of important things, but it not immune to the shift in the global economy. Tune in to hear tips for investing that take into consideration what’s to come in 2023.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Poole Locke Associates

Direct download: James_Locke_10.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
In this episode, Craig Hemke and I review some predictions he made in 2022, using these outcomes as a guideline for the year ahead. The Fed is going to have to decide if they want to continue to hike rates, and with history as a trustworthy guide, Craig suggests that we have seen this narrative before. A pivot is to be expected later in the year, and negative reports will ultimately cause the Federal Reserve to cut rates. Will they have any credibility left by the end of the year? Tune in to find out what’s to come.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
TF Metals Report

Direct download: Craig_Hemke_10.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
Is traditional investing serving you, or is it time to search for alternative approaches? Robert Napolitano comes on the show to discuss what he learned from the ’08 crash, and how he re-structured his investing strategies to align with the modern financial economy. Following in his parents’ footsteps, Robert got into real estate investing about 20 years back, which was smooth sailing until the economy took a turn for the worse. Robert realized that all along he had neglected to prepare for a possible downturn, and this made him re-think his approach to investing. After filing for bankruptcy, attending law school, starting a family, and finally returning to the business, Robert now possesses critical insight that is worth hearing. Tune in to learn about re-evaluating your investing methods for success in today’s economy.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Capturing Tomorrow
brilliant@capturetomorrow.com

Direct download: Robert_Napolitano_09.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
To kick off the new year, John Rubino and I sit down and chat about expectations for 2023—specifically in regard to the state of the economy. One of the Fed branches announced that we are in a recession, which is a fair assessment given all of the recessionary indicators that can be observed. We’ve been seeing slowed growth for quite some time now, and should expect to see even more of decline going forward. The Fed is ultimately going to have to keep tightening until something (in this case, large cap stocks) breaks, and they will eventually be forced to ease again. Tune in for more insight and predictions from myself and John.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
John Rubino Substack

Direct download: John_Rubino_06.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
Looking for a shortcut into real estate investing? Peter Vekselman comes on the show to talk about how to enter the real estate business—and the best part is that you don’t have to do it alone. Peter’s company, Partner Driven, is made up of knowledgable real estate partners that provide coaching and support throughout the investing process and help you secure funds. It’s a great way to get into real estate investing with guidance from individuals that understand the industry and can help you navigate deals. Tune in to learn more.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Partner Driven

Direct download: Peter_Vekselman_04.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
If you’re a wage earner or small business owner looking to enhance your career in 2023, you won’t want to miss this episode. Global CFO Council’s President and Founder, Robert Bendetti, appears in this episode to provide strategies that will open up a multitude of career opportunities. Robert stresses the importance of networking; he emphasizes that 99% of your success comes from talking to friends, family, and business contacts—expressing your interest in new business opportunities. He also mentions numerous online resources that provide direct leads to open positions, such as the Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America. Tune in for more useful networking tips and career resources.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Global CFO Council

Direct download: Robert_Bendetti_03.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
With the start of 2023, it’s time to start thinking about the year ahead. Is there a way to make money this year? If not, is there a way to hold on to what you already have? Jerry Fetta comes on the show to talk about how you can continue to make money in times of rampant inflation and heightened interest rates. It’s more costly to borrow money at the moment, so it’s wise to focus on investments that will not be easily impacted by interest rates. Furthermore, Jerry advises individuals to increase their active income. This does not necessarily imply adding income streams into the equation; rather, consolidation and taking advantage of what you already have are the keys to success. Tune in for more valuable insight.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Wealth DynamX

Direct download: Jerry_Fetta_03.Jan.23.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
One of the predominant topics on Financial Survival Network is the importance of street smarts. We’re always looking for ways to grow this knowledge, and John and Rock Positano come on the show to share some of their insight with us. Their latest book, Street Smart: The Primer for Success in the New World, is a guide to spotting, seizing, and exploiting a lucky break. They talk about their early life in Brooklyn, and share some life experiences that allowed them to learn and grow. Street smarts—according to John and Rock—are vital to being a valuable and involved citizen, so be sure to tune into this episode to learn more.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Street Smart: The Primer for Success in the New World

Direct download: Dr._Rock_and_John_Positano.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST

Summary:
Tough times are ahead as we approach the new year. Should we expect a white collar recession, or is the recession going to hit all parts of the economy equally? Eddie Yoon appears in this episode to discuss which industries are being impacted the most by the current economic conditions. Looking at employment, enormous cuts have been made in the realm of corporate staff. Recent instances of mass layoffs have demonstrated that management roles—especially those managing knowledge workers—are being omitted and will be at major risk in 2023. Thus, as corporations eliminate middle men, it looks as if we are truly entering the age of the solo-preneur. Tune in to this episode to find out what’s to come.

Useful Links:
Financial Survival Network
Eddie Would Grow
Eddie Yoon Twitter

Direct download: Eddie_Yoon_28.Dec.22.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:00am EST



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