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Smart women are investing in two key assets these days, themselves and real estate! Join your hosts Sharon Lechter and Jason Hartman once a month as they bring you exciting authors, entrepreneurs, top-tier investors and financial experts that are sharing their secrets of success. Learn tips and tools to apply to your own career, business, and life from experts such as: Lori Ann LaRocco (7-Steps To Success In Business), Nancy Doyle (CFA, Manage your Financial Life), Darlene Coquerel (CEO of K ...
 
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To bond or not to bond? That is the question. Whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to invest in bonds or guaranteed interest certificates (GICs) preoccupies many investors. Where would William Shakespeare put his money and why? Who knows? But we have reasons for believing bonds may be the better option for today’s investors:• Looking back over past perf…
 
Ninety percent of small properties are owned by individual landlords, and millions in this group are balancing their landlord responsibilities with their daytime careers. Tune in as Jason and Janet discuss everything from landlord business basics and finding good tenants, to complying with applicable rental laws and dealing with problem tenants. Ja…
 
Elisabeth Embry opens up the show with the importance of goal setting. It's crucial that you know what you want to achieve, and have metrics that show whether or not you're on the right path. She also looks at what types of goals you should set, and which types of goals you should avoid. Later she talks with Nancy Doyle, author of Manage Your Finan…
 
There's a term that is used in real estate investing frequently that isn't always measured the same way, and it's called cash on cash return. Elisabeth breaks down a property she found in Memphis to give a real life example of determining what the cash on cash return would be based on all the factors the equation uses. Later, Jason Hartman intervie…
 
A new year has arrived. Many investors are breathing a collective sigh of relief that 2022 is done and are looking for indicators of better investment opportunities and returns in 2023. Financial needles point toward shifting economic conditions, but what types of changes will we see?• What are we looking at to help determine what the coming year m…
 
Cold and flu season struck and early and hard in 2022. It has also been a somewhat sick time in the markets this past year. Could 2023 give investors a chance to start easing the sniffles, coughs, aches, and pains of the volatility we’ve experienced? Let’s use our stethoscopes and thermometers to examine three phases of potential opportunity in bon…
 
This special episode features a discussion with our soon-retiring colleague and friend, Dan Janis, Co-Head of Global Multi-Sector Fixed Income at Manulife Investment Management. We get insights into Danny’s life, career, and team, and what he’s discovered about being a good advisor and sound money manager.• What has Dan learned about managing inves…
 
Episode 77: Eyeing the bond marketsUnusually painful performance in fixed-income investments this past year seems to be blurring investors’ vision. We see potential opportunity in current and future economic conditions. Is fixed income worth a second look? Let’s turn our sight to some financial factors related to bonds:• how a recession can affect …
 
Welcome to Women Investing Network Podcast, Episode 112! Join Jason Hartman today as he takes you through recent natural disasters and how they affect you as homeowners, investors, and how they affect the overall supply and demand dynamic of the real estate markets. Jason discusses Joseph Schumpeter and creative destruction, and breaks down some st…
 
For children, school has begun again. For investors, school is never really out. What subjects should you pay attention to? Will the bell ring to end to the unexpected market volatility of 2022? Our resident Capital Markets Strategy instructors have written some relevant topics on their chalkboard. They cover:• rising inflation and interest rates• …
 
Your host Sharon Lechter, the premier expert for financial literacy and entrepreneurial success, is joined today by Julie Jumonville, founding partner of The Geyser Group, a privately held commercial real estate sponsor and investor headquartered in Austin, Texas. The Geyser Group is a pioneer in sustainable developments, with some great projects i…
 
Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 1070, published last October 15, 2018. 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,…
 
Your host Sharon Lechter is joined today by Meg Epstein, founder and CEO of CA South Real Estate Development and Investment Management. Meg’s mission is to develop modern, lifestyle-efficient projects changing the way people interact with their communities, while bringing a West-coast design aesthetic to the heart of the Southeast. Meg Epstein’s vi…
 
With in-person interactions once again becoming the norm, this summer, the Capital Markets Strategy team has been criss-crossing the country, meeting with advisors and clients, and speaking at events. We’re truly enjoying the face-to-face interaction and responding to inquiries from people we meet. Wherever we go, some common questions are popping …
 
Welcome to another episode of the Women Investing Network Podcast with your host Sharon Lechter. Today’s guest is another incredible woman who has been breaking ground and paving the way for others in the commercial real estate sector: Beth Azor. Affectionately known as ‘The Canvassing Queen™’ Beth Azor is the founder and owner of Azor Advisory Ser…
 
Jason Hartman is joined today by luxury short term rental specialist and rising star Dr. Rachel Gainsbrugh. Rachel is an expert in luxury short term rental properties and creates memorable experiences for her guests in unique locations and self-manages her rentals by utilizing a team, tech, and systems she has implemented over the last 2 years. Enj…
 
Bear markets aren’t new—15 have happened since 1950—and some have been worse than others. What’s happening with the current economy and market volatility, and when will it change? Previous selloffs and downturns may hold a clue to what we can expect for the rest of 2022. We take a look at:• what we can learn from past bear markets• the chance of a …
 
​​Jason Hartman welcomes Lynette Zang, Chief Market Analyst for ITM Trading. We are at the end of this current monetary experiment! Central banks are out of tools and out of time. Are we headed into a hyperinflationary depression? The system is already shifting and will have to be reset - we just need a big enough crisis to get everybody on board… …
 
Fixed-income markets have been going down a rocky road so far in 2022. Are we in for a continued rough ride? Or will the dirt path become a smoother highway for bonds in the near future? Roshan Thiru, Head of Canadian Fixed Income at Manulife Investment Management, joins the Capital Markets Strategy team to discuss:• bond activity and yields• what …
 
Jason Hartman sits down with success coach and best-selling author Kate McKay to talk about her new book! Kate believes that we should honor the uniqueness of men and women and use that as the bridge for building incredible things and living in an amazing culture in a great society. Kate McKay also shares her expertise on the nature and energy of m…
 
When camping in the woods, the last thing you want to run into is a bear—but if you do, there are things you can do that can help you live through such an encounter. Similarly, when investors face a bear market or the potential for one, there are ways to help protect yourself from being ravaged by a downturn:• Try to overcome your natural panic and…
 
Despite the lack of evidence, people tend to believe a middle child has certain personality traits and can be difficult to deal with. Investors may think of mid caps in similar ways. Jeff Mo, Portfolio Manager, U.S. Mid Cap Equity at Mawer Investment Management, joins the Capital Markets Strategy team to talk about the benefits that mid caps may pr…
 
Jason Hartman is joined by Kim Hopkins, owner of Iron Peak Properties, who shares her story about building a real estate empire that allows her to live her life by design. Follow her journey from academia to corporate America to real estate! Key Takeaways: 0:00 Welcome Kim Hopkins, owner of Iron Peak Properties, which owns and manage over 350,000 s…
 
About Tami Bonnell EXIT Realty Corp International’s Co-Chair TAMI BONNELL is an internationally renowned leader and speaker in the real estate industry and was instrumental in building three major brands. Among her many achievements, she was recognized by Real Estate trend watcher, Stephan Swanepoel, three years consecutively as one of the 200 most…
 
Jason Hartman welcomes bitcoin expert and author of "Bitcoin Clarity," Kiara Bickers. There's a lot of noise in the crypto space involving all kinds of buzzwords and Kiara's work helps us take a step back and obtain a true understanding of all the properties of the system without having to learn how to code or be a cryptographer. Her book aims to h…
 
Seven is often considered a lucky number. But luck doesn’t usually factor into it when talking about recession indicators. The Capital Markets Strategy team discusses whether we’re headed for a recession in the near future by looking closely at seven economic indicators they pay attention to:• 10-2 inverted yield curve• ISM Manufacturing Purchasing…
 
Up … up … up—inflation has been rising, towering like Mount Everest over the economy. In response to this high inflation, on March 16, the U.S. Federal Reserve increased interest rates for the first time in about three years. Our Capital Markets Strategy mountaineers take a look at the path the Fed announcement may be climbing, hiking over areas li…
 
This month seems to be ending with a bang—literally. The tension between Ukraine and Russia has escalated, which has been affecting market volatility. The Capital Markets Strategy team looks at the global state of affairs through the lenses of historical, political, and investment data, covering topics like:• short-term and long-term effects of geo…
 
Maybe it’s time to take that fixed-income vehicle into the shop for a tune-up? Ace investment mechanics Dan Janis and Tom Goggins, from Manulife Investment Management’s Strategic Income team, join the Capital Markets Strategy team to answer questions around what’s happening in fixed-income markets, including:• Are fixed-income investments still wor…
 
Today Jason talks about buyer's remorse and how we can gain perspective in time as it applies to real investing, and how we can all be inspired by this song by one of the all time greats! He also hosts Tina Tamboer, senior housing analyst with The Cromford Report as they discuss housing trends, household formation and relocation, and real estate ma…
 
Our 2022 road trip has barely gotten underway and equity market volatility already has some investors wondering if they’ve secured their homes before leaving. What does the Capital Markets Strategy team think this recent short-term market weakness is likely being caused by? One word: uncertainty. In this episode, they discuss:• the recent market se…
 
Today on The Women Investing Network Podcast, your host Sharon Lechter is joined by an incredible example of a success in real estate, Jilliene Helman. She's the founder and CEO of Realty Mogul, a digital platform for investors with thoroughly vetted commercial real estate opportunities with the potential to generate income and grow in value. Jilli…
 
The investment journey over the next year may likely include a number of stops along the way, but the Capital Markets Strategy team sees the potential for it to be a scenic and enjoyable route. In this episode, the team looks at a number of important questions to prepare for the coming trip, including:• Is inflation going to rise or fall?• What do …
 
Your host Sharon Lechter, is joined today by real estate professional Trisha Talbot. Trisha is a healthcare real estate adviser to both healthcare providers, as well as investors in the medical real estate space. Her company Doc Properties, provides the essential link between providers and investors looking to get into this niche asset class: incom…
 
The holiday season is finally here after a year that has had more twists than candy cane stripes. The busy elves in the Capital Markets Strategy workshop take a look back at some of the investment and economic themes of 2021 — some naughty, some nice. They wrap up the year end and tie a ribbon around topics like:• fixed-income returns and the 10-ye…
 
Stagflation — sputtering economic growth coupled with rising inflation. Groovy … okay, not really that groovy. Just what is stagflation and how does it affect the investment world? The Capital Markets Strategy team takes a closer look at this idea and the impact it has, covering things like:• how current stagflation differs from past stagflation• e…
 
“Extra! Extra! Economy causing unease for investors!” The media has covered many stories about how economic activity has been less than anticipated to some degree or other. When we look beyond the headings and captions, what do we see? The Capital Markets Strategy team discusses some indicators to consider when trying to read the current markets:• …
 
Join Sharon today as she hosts Sherri Candelario, Ph.D. Sherri is the co-founder of Kate’s House Foundation™, the first nationally accredited sober living homes in Washington state. Kate’s House are the first accredited homes to have medically approved treatments for co-occurring disorders of mental health and substance use disorder. Shared Housing…
 
What’s the score on stocks? Are currencies inbounds? Should investors play through or go grab a drink from the 19th hole? Sandy Sanders, Head of U.S. Core Value Equity team at Manulife Investment Management, joins the Capital Markets Strategy team to look at current investment plays and conditions on the field, as well as:• economic health of Canad…
 
Good day, class, and welcome to our back-to-school session. We hope you had a great summer! Join the Capital Markets Strategy team as they lead us in a discussion about what has happened in 2021, so far, and what we might expect in the months ahead. They cover a lot of subjects this year, including:• fixed-income investments’ lackluster performance…
 
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Equities are up; bonds are down. Stronger economic gains and job growth in the U.S. and Canada seem to show that a recovery is in progress. But what happens next? The Capital Markets Strategy team looks back at the first half of 2021 and peers ahead to where we may be going in second half. They cover things like:• a possible equity market correctio…
 
The bond markets don’t sleep, so why should you? The Capital Markets Strategy team is joined by Christopher Chapman and Peter Azzinaro, from the Strategic Income team at Manulife Investment Management, to discuss the activity within the fixed-income investment world. They cover topics like:• the strategy around risk-adjusted returns• looking at the…
 
Too often women set aside their dreams because of misguided beliefs. What they are never taught is that growing your business actually leads to an easier business. It's not selfish, it's not anti-family, it's important. Julia Pimsleur, scaling coach, author, speaker, and founder of Million Dollar Women, joins Sharon Lechter to discuss all this and …
 
Jason Hartman talks with Lisa Cron, author of the new book Story or Die, about how we really make decisions, why humans are so impacted by stories, and how to identify the parts of your story that can impact those you're trying to reach. Key Takeaways: [0:55] We are wired for stories. Stories sway us more than facts [4:04] We like to think that we …
 
Tax sales are what Julia Spencer refers to as the "wild west of real estate". Listen in as she tells Jason Hartman why that is. Julia explains why tax sales are so appealing, some of her success stories, things to watch for in the industry, and how you can get involved. Julia and Jason also dive into the current real estate market. The two look at …
 
Distinguishing between market signals and market noise can help you make good investment decisions. Conrad Dabiet, Senior Managing Director at Manulife Investment Management, offers his insights on managing portfolios and lessons learned over his extensive career, such as:• the core views and principles of his Value Equity team• how the team has re…
 
Have emerging markets changed enough to make them worth looking at as a core asset class? Philip Ehrmann, Senior Portfolio Manager at Manulife Investment Management, joins host Philip Petursson to discuss this and other topics related to emerging markets, such as:• areas of the world that are considered emerging markets• changes to the sector struc…
 
Just because you work for Jason Hartman doesn't mean you're automatically investing in real estate. Today's client case study is Brittney, who you've heard on the show before. This time, however, after 13 years of working for Jason, she's coming on as a client. Listen to Brittney's story about why she bought, where she bought, and the fantastic new…
 
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