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In this environment of uncertainty, it's more important than ever for investors to think outside the box. Welcome to The Outthinking Investor, an award-winning podcast from PGIM that examines past events, present-day opportunities, and future possibilities across global capital markets. In Season 4, hosted by Toby Ricketts, experts from PGIM and the investment world bring unique perspectives as we explore a fast-changing landscape of investment opportunities and risks. Join us as we take a d ...
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The Rate Guy Podcast is hosted by JP Conklin of Pensford. It's an irreverent insight into interest rates and current markets and how they impact the Commercial Real Estate and Multifamily industries.
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Selling Vancouver Real Estate Podcast

James Garbutt, Denny Dumas and Monica Harmse

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Hosted by James Garbutt, Denny Dumas and Monica Harmse, top Vancouver Realtors that have facilitated over a billion dollars in sales, and have helped over a thousand families move. This podcast aims to inform buyers, sellers and investors on what's happening in and around Vancouver's real estate market. Buy or sell with us! The Garbutt + Dumas Real Estate Team - Oakwyn Realty Ltd.'
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When the future becomes increasingly uncertain, investors need to cut through the noise and think beyond the obvious answers. In season three of The OUTThinking Investor, an award-winning podcast from PGIM, global thought leaders and PGIM experts will bring their unique perspectives for the year ahead and beyond. Is inflation finally on the retreat? Can labor markets withstand an economic slowdown and demographic headwinds? Will the tense geopolitical climate ease or escalate? What is the ou ...
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Jason Hartman, from JasonHartman.com, has been podcasting for over a decade. During this time he's been interviewed hundreds of times. Listen in to hear a side of Jason you don't usually get to hear, the side where HE is the guest and HE is the one being grilled.
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The American Monetary Association is a non-profit venture funded by The Jason Hartman Foundation that is dedicated to educating people about the practical effects of monetary policy and government actions on inflation, deflation and freedom. Our goal is to help people prosper in the midst of uncertain economic times. The American Monetary Association believes that a new and innovative understanding of wealth, value, business and investment is necessary to thrive in the new reality of big gov ...
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Find some properties available through the Jason Hartman real estate network! These are pro forma of properties available on Jason's site (these properties were available for purchase at the time of posting, no guarantees they are still available). https://www.jasonhartman.com/properties/
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Marco Randazzo: 8z Real Estate

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Real Estate can be confusing... let's clear that up 🏠 The show will give you the up to date information you’ve got to know as a buyer, seller, or investor in Denver. Listen wherever you get your podcasts. I hope you enjoy it and find it helpful. Thanks for listening! 😎 Marco Randazzo // 8z Real Estate marco.randazzo@8z.com // 407-721-1569 Super Team Media 🤘🏼
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Become an EMPOWERED INVESTOR. Survive and thrive in today's economy! With over 2,000 episodes in this Monday, Wednesday, Friday podcast, business and investment expert Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and financial experts including; Steve Forbes (Freedom Manifesto), Tomas Sowell (Housing Boom and Bust), Noam Chomsky (Manufacturing Consent), Jenny Craig (Health & Fitness CEO), Jim Cramer (Mad Money), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Door ...
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This Flashback Friday is from episode 1025 published last July 11, 2018. Jason Hartman starts off the show from Croatia discussing the difference in investing when there are private companies involved versus when the government is involved. With private companies you know what you're going to get, they're going to follow supply & demand and try to …
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Jason examines the shifting dynamics of the U.S. economy, focusing on the contraction of the middle class and the widening wealth gap. While some portray the housing market with negativity, a closer look reveals a segment of the population making significant cash purchases. This trend underscores the importance of identifying and capitalizing on so…
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Stocks soared to record highs in the first quarter. What can we expect from the rest of the year? Bernstein’s Matt Palazzolo offers expert insights. Note to All Readers: The information contained here reflects the views of AllianceBernstein L.P. or its affiliates and sources it believes are reliable as of the date of this podcast. AllianceBernstein…
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The stock market crash of 1929 was a pivotal event that rippled across the globe. The Great Crash rocked financial markets, not to mention the world economy, and proved to be a precursor to the Great Depression. The sudden selloff wiped out the fortunes of investors who were ill prepared to ride out a bear market. Today, investors must heed the les…
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The stock market crash of 1929 was a pivotal event that rippled across the globe. The Great Crash rocked financial markets, not to mention the world economy, and proved to be a precursor to the Great Depression. The sudden selloff wiped out the fortunes of investors who were ill prepared to ride out a bear market. Today, investors must heed the les…
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Jason shares a video of Barbara Corcoran sharing her insights on real estate amidst the pandemic. Despite widespread beliefs, housing prices continue to surge due to low inventory and high demand. Corcoran advises potential buyers to act quickly, emphasizing the enduring appeal of homeownership. Jason also touches on the economic potential of an ec…
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On this episode of The Rate Guy, we tackle the unexpected fallout from last week's April Fools' joke podcast/newsletter that sent rates soaring. IT WAS A JOKE, PEOPLE! We'll dissect recent labor market reports, if Bloomberg Chief U.S. Economist Anna Wong could be right about the high end of unemployment, the impact of fiscal stimulus, and what the …
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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 1001, published last May 16, 2018. Creating Wealth's 1001st episode is a time to take a look back at the people who have made this show possible, the listeners and clients. Jason has been blessed to have such great clients who come on the podcast to tell other listeners about their real estate journey. Today…
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Unlocking the value of your home or any real estate property you're considering buying or selling is a nuanced process that requires a keen understanding of the market. Denny and Monica share their personal experiences with evaluating homes and whether it's better to buy or sell your home first. This episode will focus on those looking to make a re…
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Jason Hartman discusses the inflationary cycle and its impact on investments, particularly real estate. He highlights the stickiness of certain economic factors like wages and shortage-induced inflation. Despite global staff shortages, he notes benefits for real estate investors due to inflation indexing and debt devaluation. Hartman emphasizes sel…
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Jason emphasizes the importance of the rental market and direct investment in rental properties, highlighting the potential for stable income and tax advantages. He also discusses the recent trends in rental increases across the US, indicating some markets like Phoenix as challenging due to oversupply. Lastly, he promotes the upcoming empowered inv…
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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 988, published last April 16, 2018. Jason Hartman does this episode from the US territory of Puerto Rico, where he's spent a few days seeing if he wants to live in this tax haven. The thing about Puerto Rico, however, is that while it might be a place with low tax, it's not a place with low real estate price…
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Jason discussed various topics related to the housing market, including current and forecasted mortgage rates, the ongoing inventory shortage, and the state of the multifamily housing market. He also addressed the issue of housing affordability, arguing that it is not a necessary condition for a healthy market, and shared his own experiences in the…
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Women are gaining control of more assets and increasingly taking the reins on financial planning. Hear the latest insights on empowering women investors from Bernstein’s Kara Lewis and host Stacie Jacobsen. Note to All Readers: The information contained here reflects the views of AllianceBernstein L.P. or its affiliates and sources it believes are …
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Jason and Mark Moss delve into the media landscape’s sensationalism and fear-mongering, particularly in financial spaces. Moss criticizes analysts like Harry Dent, noting their linear thinking and failure to account for the changing dynamics post-2008 crisis. Moss predicts continued government intervention to prop up markets, leading to prolonged d…
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Jason discusses the surge in existing home sales by 9.5% in February, marking a two-year consecutive increase due to a slight rise in inventory. Fox Business highlights keeping mortgage rates under 7% for homebuyers. The show emphasizes the housing affordability crisis and potential impacts of the NAR lawsuit on realtor commissions, predicting mark…
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Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 979 published last March 27, 2018. Jason Hartman goes solo in today's episode, as he breaks down the flow of foreign money into the US real estate market and which states have benefited the most from that influx. He also explains why big business secretly loves some regulation, the shrinking of the welfare s…
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Jason discusses the Hartman Risk Evaluator and the importance of investing in commodities for real estate investors. He highlights the significance of packaged commodities, such as lumber, concrete, and steel, in real estate investments. By analyzing the producer price index, He emphasizes how fluctuations in commodity prices affect the housing mar…
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Some medical breakthroughs come from unexpected sources. The origins of new weight-loss drugs such as Ozempic—known in the industry as GLP-1s—can be traced back to 2005, when they were introduced as a treatment for diabetes. Two decades later, these drugs have seemingly burst onto the medical scene, gaining notoriety for their ability to help peopl…
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Some medical breakthroughs come from unexpected sources. The origins of new weight-loss drugs such as Ozempic—known in the industry as GLP-1s—can be traced back to 2005, when they were introduced as a treatment for diabetes. Two decades later, these drugs have seemingly burst onto the medical scene, gaining notoriety for their ability to help peopl…
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Jason welcomes Stephen M.R. Covey as they discuss his book "The Speed of Trust." In business, cultivating trust is key for successful deals and relationships. The principle of "win-win or no deal" emphasizes fair collaboration, where both parties benefit. Trust fosters enduring relationships, enabling faster, more efficient cooperation. Smart trust…
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Jason discusses the unique characteristics of the US real estate market compared to other countries, focusing on mortgage market composition. He highlights the dominance of long-term fixed-rate mortgages in the US, contrasting them with variable-rate mortgages prevalent in other countries like Finland and Australia. He also touches on the impact of…
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On this episode of The Rate Guy, we're tackling the latest on the Fed, the surprising bank funding stats, and what it all means for the economy. We’ll break down this week’s keyand what they signal for future rate cuts. Plus, we’re setting the scene for our big quarterly webinar and the Fed meeting. Tune in for a clear-ish take on where we’re at an…
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This Flashback Friday is from episode 100, published last May 19, 2009. Our world is desperate for leaders who serve and make an eternal difference in the lives of others every day. On this momentous 100th episode of The Creating Wealth Show, Jason Hartman interviews leadership expert, Dr. Jeff Myers, President of the Myers Institute for Communicat…
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Recent legislative changes in British Columbia aim to address the soaring cost of housing, reflecting the province's efforts to tackle the persistent issue of affordability in the real estate market. Denny and Monica review the new policy changes and share their thoughts on how they will affect the Vancouver real estate market. This episode will fo…
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Jason discusses the housing market and economic trends. He likens the market constrictor, symbolizing economic pressures, to a boa constrictor squeezing homeowners due to low mortgage rates. He criticizes California's tenant-friendly regulations, highlighting Santa Monica's extreme housing policies. He touches on inflation concerns, emphasizing the…
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The Magnificent 7 dominated 2023’s equity returns, but what sectors and themes should investors look to in 2024? Bernstein’s Shri Singhvi shares his perspective on where the market is heading. Note to All Readers: The information contained here reflects the views of AllianceBernstein L.P. or its affiliates and sources it believes are reliable as of…
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Today Jason welcomes YouTube influencer Kevin Paffrath a.k.a. Meet Kevin. In this interview with Kevin, conducted aboard his private jet, he shares insights on the economy, inflation, and investment strategies. Kevin discusses the aftermath of recent global events like the pandemic and geopolitical tensions, foreseeing prolonged economic effects. H…
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Today, Jason discusses the rise in median net worth from 2019 to 2022, adjusted for inflation, and how different demographics were affected differently. He then talks about the increase in home equity in the last quarter of 2023, attributing it to rising home prices. He also mentioned the current state of the market and encouraged listeners to regi…
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For this nerdy episode of The Rate Guy podcast you can thank Nathan from Dallas for inspiring JP to fall down a jobs rabbit hole! We'll talk BLS, BEA, birth/death adjustment and dissect the overstated strength of the current job market challenging the "red hot" labor market narrative. We will also touch on what you may be overlooking when it comes …
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This Flashback Friday is from episode 958, published last February 13, 2018. Jason Hartman kicks off the show today asking his ultimate question: compared to what? It's a question that will serve you well in all aspects of your life and will guide you down the right path. He also wants to invite you to join him on any of his adventures scheduled fo…
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The current market is marked by high-interest rates and stagnant home sales, indicating a seller's market. Uncertainty looms large amidst these conditions, posing challenges for both buyers and sellers alike. Economic unpredictability adds another layer of complexity to the real estate landscape. Denny and Monica share what they are currently seein…
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Jason discusses insights from an investor meeting. He shares strategies for managing real estate portfolios, including 1031 exchanges, captive insurance, and cryptocurrencies. He then addresses historical reasons not to invest, spanning from economic crises to geopolitical tensions. Despite challenges like COVID-19 and inflation, income property re…
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