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Tom Antion talks to Jason on some of the common seminar scams out there. He talks about the mentality of a sociopath and how they do not have a conscience. The bad apples that run these seminars are more intelligent than the average person and they know the exact tactics, like increasing your credit card limit, to rob you of all your money and get you in debt. 

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:50] We need to use God's power and wisdom to protect ourselves from people trying to deceive us.

[6:10] Under the Anti-Slapp Motion, companies have to prove what the person is saying isn't true, before they can effectively sue them. 

[10:30] One of the seminar scams is people signing up to what they think is an application process, but it's really a contract and then they're being charged for it. 

[15:30] Seminar people test the susceptibility of the crowd and see who they can bring to 'the next level'. 

[23:35] Do your due diligence on the internet and see someone's track record first. 

[29:40] $40 million dollars disappeared from a charity and that's only from just one charity. 

[33:50] Tom talks about this three prong attack approach to internet marketing. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

SeminarScammers.com

ScamBrigade.com

 

Antion.com 

Direct download: SS_77.mp3
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Scott Shellady is the Senior Vice President of Derivatives for the Trean Group. Scott explains to the audience what a derivative is and why it can benefit you in today's market. He also talks to Jason on his SWAGER acronym, the retirement funds of both Baby Boomers and Gen Xers, the one precenters investing in the stock market, and much more on today's episode. 

 

Key Takeaways:

[2:15] When you teach a tenant to be an owner, it will ease your burden of managing them. 

[4:50] What is a derivative? 

[11:05] What is the acronym SWAGER?

[14:15] What's happening in the art market right now? 

[23:20] What should Baby Boomers and Gen Xers do with their money? 

[28:20] We don't want to ignore the inflation problem. People should prepare for inflation. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

 

http://www.treangroup.com

Direct download: SS_76.mp3
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Today's lesson is on having a strong philosophy when it comes to investing. Jason explains his ten commandments in front of a live audience. He talks about the importance of not being a sucker, having a strong reality check, remembering there's no such thing as easy money, and much more on today's show. 

 

Key Takeaways:

5:15 – Commandment number three, thou shalt maintain control. Be a direct investor. 

11:04 – Do you save for a rainy day? How does that work in an inflationary environment? 

20:00 – Gold, silver, and stocks are not even a contest compared to income property. 

29:30 – Government spending creates inflation and real estate investors can profit from it. 

35:40 – Avoid cheap properties because it attracts cheap tenants. 

40:55 – Buy some properties first before you start thinking about registering complex LLCs.

44:10 – Have a long term plan of 5 years, 10 years. 

 

Mentioned In This Episode:

JasonHartman.com

Direct download: SS_75.mp3
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