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Every weekday morning from 6 until 9 on The Ideas Network stations, listeners can hear "The Morning Show," where we talk with a wide variety of guests about issues that matter -- from politics to popular culture.
 
Survive and thrive in today's economy! With over 900 episodes produced, business and investment guru 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), Todd Akin (Former US Congressman), William D. Cohan ( The Price ...
 
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Jason Hartman talks with Ryan Moran, founder of www.Capitalism.com, about assets. The two decipher the difference between paper and real assets, and why you should really just be using one to get more of the other, as well as looking at some indicators that are potentially pointing at a correction being on the horizon. Ryan and Jason also go in ...…
 
A recent report details how the projected impacts of climate change will affect the nation's economy, infrastructure and environment. We discuss what those impacts will look like in the Midwest and dive into how our transportation infrastructure is particularly vulnerable.
 
The "Green New Deal", put together by a group of newly elected Democrats, proposed a national jobs program focused on renewable energy. We discuss the proposal and its plausibility with a reporter. We also discuss what's next for Lincoln Hills, Wisconsin's lone juvenile detention center, and the future of the youth that spend time there.…
 
Americans throw away about 25 percent more trash between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve, making it one of the most wasteful times of year. From travel to gift giving, our guest shares some advice to encourage a more sustainable holiday season.
 
Wisconsin recently gained national attention for changes lawmakers approved in a lame-duck session, curtailing early voting and putting limits on the power of the governor and attorney general. Two political analysts with differing perspectives evaluate what’s ahead for state politics and for leaders on both sides of the aisle.…
 
Jason Hartman takes today's episode talking with new investment counselor Doug about several economic signs that have been potentially helpful for real estate investors. The first area of focus is surburban real estate. Rent increases in the suburbs have been climbing faster than in urban areas and the RV ratios out there are nearly always bett ...…
 
According to our guest, negotiations aren’t limited to salary or buying a car. You can negotiate on your career, your relationships, and even your own self esteem. We take a look at five tips to set the terms of your life.
 
The Republican-controlled state Legislature passed several measures last week including one that limits the power of Democratic Gov.-elect Tony Evers. We turn to a WPR News reporter to recap last week’s legislation and consider what’s ahead in state politics.
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 815, originally published in April 2017. It’s a wonderful time to be alive, especially if you are an income property investor. New technologies allow investors to self-manage properties all over the U.S. no matter where in the world they are located. Jason speaks with Merrick Lackner the Co-founder o ...…
 
Christmas cookie season is upon us and if you're ready to test out some new-to-you recipes, our guest has some ideas from Wisconsin home bakers. We also talk about how you can join two loves, food and books, and make it a club.
 
A boy who honks after inhaling a bird’s larynx and a man whose tooth suddenly explodes. These are among the strangest tales recorded in medical journals from the seventeenth century to the turn of the twentieth. Our guest wrote about them all and says that these cases speak to the resilience of human life, as well as the promise and pitfalls of ...…
 
The CDC has called antibiotic resistance an urgent threat to public health. We learn about student researchers who are looking for solutions, how we got to this point and what can be done to reverse the trend.
 
America's auto landscape is in the midst of a big change, with car-buying habits shifting and more young people choosing to go car-free. We talk about what the future of the auto industry could look like. And, we know that food contamination and recalls happen, but how much do we know about why they happen? We talk to an expert about where thes ...…
 
Jason Hartman reports from the 2018 IMN conference with guest Robert Nickell, as the two discuss the latest in real estate investing. Specifically they look at the impact of institutional investors and "iBuyers" on the market today and how the massive influx of cash has created more stupid money than usual. The rate of iBuyers continues to grow ...…
 
This week, Wisconsin lawmakers are voting on a variety of measures in an unprecedented lame-duck session. Early voting, election dates and powers of the executive branch are all on the table. We hear the latest from WPR's Capitol Bureau Chief, Shawn Johnson.
 
For the past decade, NPR’s Planet Money has been helping us make sense of big, complicated forces that move our economy. We talk with the editor of Planet Money’s podcast to get answers to some curious questions about paychecks, productivity and unemployment, and what they have to do with how money flows in America.…
 
As the days get shorter and the weather colder many Wisconsinites embrace the Danish concept of hygge , the feeling of warmth and well-being. We explore the meaning and history of hygge and learn what Americans get wrong when it comes to the practice.
 
For the first time in eight years, Wisconsin Republicans are meeting in a lame-duck session, covering proposals on everything from transportation funding to early voting limits. We talk about what's happened so far. We also take a look at Paul Ryan's time on Capitol Hill before he steps down as speaker of the House.…
 
Jason Hartman opens the show discussing the need for real estate investors to be flexible with their investment strategies. As conditions change, so too must your approach. What worked 2 years ago might not work today, so invest differently today. Then Jason talks with Mitch Stephen, author of My Life and 1,000 Houses, on Mitch's start in real ...…
 
Presidential funerals are a combination of strict government standards and personal touches from public figures. We discuss the details as the nation mourns former President George H.W. Bush this week. We also learn about an idea called 'asset recycling' that involves funding private companies to work on rebuilding projects.…
 
A committee assembled earlier this year examined how Wisconsin's beverage laws are enforced but did not look at something that has been causing controversy for years-- the three-tier-system of laws. We hear more about the system and the complaints. We also take a look at what to expect out of the lame-duck sessions.…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 809, originally published in March 2017. During this case study, client Vernon Grant offers up a classic example of a situation you or your parents may be in right now. Vernon asks Jason for investment guidance on the two properties his parents own that are in vastly different markets. It’s all about ...…
 
From working across the aisle to budget priorities, we talk with a guest political observer who has some unsolicited advice for Gov.-elect Tony Evers. We also explore the origin of Wisconsin Christmas trees on Wisconsin Weekend.
 
The promise of religious diversity is viewed by many as one of our nation’s greatest strengths, but religious conflicts have persisted throughout our history. Our guest interfaith expert looks at some of the big questions surrounding religious diversity in America, and whether or not the U.S. has lived up to the promises our founders envisioned.…
 
House Democrats voted 203-32 to nominate Rep. Nancy Pelosi as the new Speaker of the House. We discuss the results with a political scientist. And the Victoria's Secret fashion show airs this weekend, but enthusiasm for the brand seems to be waning. We explore what's behind the decline. We also take a look at a new children's book that introduc ...…
 
A school's athletic trainer is often the first on the scene when an athlete is injured, but not all Wisconsin schools have equal access to trainers. We look at how this plays into the diagnosis of concussions. We also find out how and why some police departments across the country are clearing rape cases without actually solving them.…
 
Jason Hartman starts this 10th episode discussing the changing rules for investors, and how to make sure you're playing by the new ones that will actually make you wealthy. Old rules no longer apply because the world has changed completely in the last few decades. Then Jason talks with Joel Comm, author of the new book The Fun Formula and host ...…
 
Jason Hartman takes today's episode to discuss some of the big issues in the real estate world. One of the biggest is the rising cost of labor that is causing rising construction costs that is causing a squeezing in the multi-family development. In regards to multi-family, however, we're also seeing an increase in apartment inventory, which is ...…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 774, originally published in January 2017. The 19th annual Meet the Masters of Income Property is just three short weeks away. This revamped event will feature breakout sessions, top shelf speakers and in-depth discussions about what the rising inflation rates will mean for real estate investors. Jas ...…
 
Happy Thanksgiving (a little early)!!! Jason Hartman starts today from his Aunt Joanie's house discussing a recent trend among her renters: lease breaking. Joanie has noticed that several of her tenants seem to be jumping in to the buy side after they had given up over the summer. Jason and Joanie discuss why this might be and the correlation b ...…
 
Jason Hartman starts today's show by discussing the enduring asset that is real estate. Buildings you see that have been there for decades, if not centuries, still make money for their owners. Then Jason answers some more mortgage FAQs, including financing multiple properties at once and what a Power of Attorney can do for you. Then Jason talks ...…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 825, originally published in May 2017. Jason welcomes Pat Donohoe back to the show. Pat is the President and CEO of Paradigm Life and host of the Wealth Standard podcast. Together, Jason and Pat analyze a Wall Street Journal article which addresses lower mortgage rates and how the lower rates may aff ...…
 
Jason Hartman starts today's episode by answering more of the mortgage FAQs that were started in episode 1083 that were spawned from the recent Profits in Paradise event. He looks at his idea of Refi Til Ya Die and what it takes to finance your first 10 properties. He also unveils the Ring Doorbell/Amazon Echo contest winner(s)! Then Jason fini ...…
 
Today's episode starts off with Jason Hartman, in the car, back from Hawaii. He tackles the average length an American stays on the job these days, how technology is changing our buying habits, and starts answering some mortgage FAQs he's been getting lately. Then Jason talks with client Drew about a mistake he made in self-management that shif ...…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 773, originally published in January 2017. Welcome to Creating Wealth 2017! The most important takeaway from today’s conversation is to start investing in real estate income properties now. If you already have an existing portfolio beef it up. Time is short and the longer you own a property the more ...…
 
Jason Hartman starts this episode with a look at former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan's most recent article outlining his concerns with our current economic situation. Greenspan is concerned we're headed toward stagflation, so what would that do to the average real estate investor? One sector that could potentially get hit is short-term rentals, ...…
 
Jason Hartman starts off today's 10th episode taking a look back at this weekend's Profits in Paradise event as well as the Venture Alliance Mastermind experience with his guest Pat Donohoe. The two discuss the importance of asset protection and the impact of high tax jurisdictions. Then Jason speaks with Dr. Gina Loudon, co-host of America Tal ...…
 
Jason Hartman starts today's episode from the beaches of Hawaii, discussing booms and busts throughout history, the definition of an investment, while also recapping this past weekend's Profits in Paradise event. Then producer Adam has the November Mortgage Minutes with one of Jason's lenders, as the two discuss what impact the market pullback ...…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 798, originally published in March, 2017. Thomas J. Anderson joins Jason to discuss the value of debt. Mr. Anderson is the Founder and CEO of Supernova Companies and author of The Value of Debt series of books. He has broken down life into four financial stages and gives his recommendations for the a ...…
 
Jason Hartman takes today's intro to discuss an interesting development with India's Central Bank that has some pertinence to what's going on today betweeen President Trump and the US Federal Reserve, as well as examining why business owners and landlords are two of the most successful classes of citizens. Then Jason talks with Chuck Hattemer, ...…
 
Today's episode features Jason Hartman looking at some economic data that's come out in regards to the housing market, and what that means for us as investors. You must be wary of misleading statistics and keep in mind that, even after you close, a real estate deal is never done. Listen in as Jason introduces you to the unconventional thinking ...…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 744, originally published in October, 2016. A local market specialist in the Jackson, Mississippi area joins Jason to share details of what makes Jackson a great place to live and to invest. Those looking for blue collar or white collar work are likely to find it in Jackson as employers abound. The w ...…
 
Jason Hartman talks today about the expansion of credit in the past 50 years and how that's impacted our economy. There's also a look at Trump's war of words with the Fed, why you should stock up on low rate mortgage assets, and why a booming economy is a noisy economy. Key Takeaways: [3:40] You should be stocking up on low, fixed rate mortgage ...…
 
Jason Hartman starts the episode with a reminder to follow the commandments, and to make sure that you don't go into investments just because of their tax benefits. Then, Jason talks with Joe Melendez, Founder & CEO of Value Insured, which features a new product that can reimburse homeowners up to their full down payment if the market went down ...…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 729, originally published in September 2016. Jason, Fernando and Oliver make up today’s expert panel. They are discussing self-management options for your income properties. The experts agree, a great property management company is worth their weight in gold but it is also important to be educated ab ...…
 
Jason Hartman talks with Venture Alliance member Mike Zlotnik about cap rates in today's interest rate environment. Mike explains what happens to cap rates (and commercial real estate investing as a whole) when interest rates start rising. After years of artificially low interest rates, we're starting to see rates finally rise, so strap in and ...…
 
Jason Hartman starts today's episode with his friend Matt Andrews, as the two discuss why they enjoy real estate and how they discover new ways to produce profit in their real estate deals, as well as the need for you to prune your portfolio. Then, for his 10th episode, Jason talks with Angela Duckworth, Founder & CEO of Character Lab, former a ...…
 
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 722, originally published in September 2016. Today’s guest, Harry Dent is the author of multiple financial books designed to help you keep your wealth. Harry predicts an upcoming deflationary period followed by a huge debt bubble burst in the US. He wholeheartedly agrees with Jason and says the every ...…
 
Jason Hartman takes today's episode to look at inflation, the trade war, and how the economy lags behind things like these. To help him with that dissection he brings in one of the new additions to his team, in house economist Thomas. Thomas helps Jason decipher his charts that show how the home sales change along with inflation and mortgage ra ...…
 
Jason Hartman starts off today's show talking about the disaster that is the American political system, as well as the truly remarkable thing that's happening in the US economy right now that's not getting enough attention. Then, Jason plays some of his segment from the latest Cash Flow Wealth Summit where he talks about the 6 ways the US gover ...…
 
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