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December 21, 2013

Jerry Williams and Charles Goyette

Preparation and Prosperity

Jerry Williams and Charles Goyette

Is the dollar recovering? Which way is quantitative easing heading? What’s the government’s next move on the job front? Scared by the changes in the markets? You don’t have to be. This week Kim and Robert talk with Jerry Williams (American Precious Metals) and Charles Goyette. Learn why, no matter what the Government does, you can still prosper. Stop laying back and suffering through the moves of your government and start learning how to use market fluctuations and devaluations to your advantage.


December 14, 2013

Tom Wheelwright, John MacGregor

Do Your Homework

Tom Wheelwright, John MacGregor

Are you like millions of other people who take their hard earned money and blindly turn it over to a financial planner and just hope for the best? We spend more time shopping for the perfect Holiday gift, than interviewing the very person we trust our money to. The holiday list gets checked twice, why not your portfolio? Know your rights in questioning and hiring an advisor. At the end of the day, nobody cares more about your money than you. So put down the eggnog, do your homework, get educated and take ACTION.


December 7, 2013

James Dorsey

"Y" So Serious

Jason Dorsey

Gen Y is the fastest growing generation and in 2017 is predicted to outspend Baby Boomers. A generation that is defined by key trends and capstone events such as the Challenger Tragedy and 9/11. The most connected doesn’t mean the most informed. The generation that is shaping our future carries the label of ‘entitled’ or ‘lost.’ You’ll be surprised to learn who is most offended by those terms and how they really earned those perceptions. If you own a business, listen to learn how they think and steps you must take to connect with them.


November 30, 2013

Russell Gray, Jay Massey

Belief vs. Trust

Russell Gray, Jay Massey

Does God want you to be rich, does God have a plan for you? Seriously, think about it. Many believe that wealth and spirituality simply can’t intersect, but can that be true? This week we talk with Russell Gray (The Real Estate Guys) and Jay Massey about how they took their own “Leaps of Faith” that led them to their true calling. Learn the difference between “Belief in God” and “Trust in God.”


November 23, 2013

Tom Wheelwright

Money in the Wild

Tom Wheelwright

Taxes are always going in one direction…and that is UP. The less you know, the more you pay. The tax code is essentially a road map and it’s time for you to learn how to navigate. The government intentionally creates incentives for business owners and investors – so why aren’t you taking advantage of them? You need to track your money like prey in the wild. Your 401K is making someone rich, it just isn’t you, learn how Wall Street is poaching your earnings.


November 16, 2013

G. Edward Griffin, Ken McElroy

Wagging the Dog

G. Edward Griffin, Ken McElroy

In America there’s a lot of talk about news organizations being slanted. While that may be true, there’s something far more nefarious at work. The very information the news presents, has been pre-ordained by countries and corporations who have a vested interest in what Americans and the rest of the world concern themselves with. If you want to know about money, you need to get ahead of the news. This week we talk with Ken McElroy and G. Edward Griffin about reading outside the margins.


November 9, 2013

Donald and Eric Trump

No Quarter

Donald and Eric Trump

There may be a perception that the children of wealthy parents are entitled, spoiled or soft. The sons of one of the world's most iconic wealth builders had no such upbringing. Donald Jr. and Eric Trump talk with us about being raised in a "No handouts" upbringing. Hear about their experiences and the hard lessons they were taught being raised by tough teachers. See why learning to be tough and self sufficient from day one will do more for your kids than any trust-fund.


October 26, 2013

Sal DiCiccio

Inside Job

Sal Diciccio, Tom Forese

Ask not what you can do for your country, but how you can help yourself to the city coffers. Steal as much as you can while you still have a job, escalating pension plans and manipulation of the system. As Ronald Reagan said “Government is like a baby. An alimentary canal with a big appetite at one end and no sense of responsibility at the other.” There is a complete lack of responsibility, folks are always going to the trough and taking with no regard for its impact on the future.


October 19, 2013

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Start Small

Rick Maryanski, Ken McElroy

Does “NO” mean “GO” to you? Learn how to overcome the ‘No’ from the bank. Discussion on how to use other people’s money and get the tax breaks. Get a good teacher – first investment is your time. Take the time to learn from a proven, successful real estate investor.


October 12, 2013

Tad DeHaven

Behind the Curtain

Tad DeHaven

“We have a childlike faith in Government to solve our problems.” – Tad DeHaven Maybe we should be rethinking the power we give Government over our lives. Learn what you can do to protect yourself today and in the future. Understand how business is done in Washington. The Government is in ‘cahoots’ with Big Business. What’s “good for the people” winds up lining the pockets of Big Business.


October 5, 2013

Alexander Elder

Born To Lose

Alexander Elder, Tom Wheelwright

Are you a born loser? Do you have the mindset to be an investor? What does it take to win in the stock market? This week, Robert and Kim talk with Dr. Alexander Elder (Author of "Trading for a Living" and "Come into my Trading Room" and Director of www.elder.com), about the role fear and greed play in our financial success. Listen in to hear if you're a born failure or if you have the psychological tools to make it as a trader.


September 28, 2013

Andy Tanner, Tom Wheelwright

Will the Bond Hold?

Andy Tanner, Tom Wheelwright, Matthew Kerkhoff

For decades most Americans have heard how they need to invest in diversified stocks and bonds. The problem is, very few actually understand what Bonds even ARE, much less why they’re a good or bad investment. Are you betting your future on a lame horse? This week Robert and Kim talk with Rich Dad Advisor’s Tom Wheelwright and Andy Tanner, as well as special guest Matthew Kerkhoff (apprentice to the preeminent financial expert, Richard Russell).


September 21, 2013

J.W. Wilson

Think for Yourself

J.W. Wilson

Don't you get sick of being told what to do? Well you should be. This week, Robert and Kim talk with their friend and adviser J.W. Wilson about the human mindset. We as people become trapped by our own belief system or even the beliefs forced on us by our environment. Before we can hope to change our financial lives, we need to change our perspective.


September 14, 2013

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Inflated Expectations

Jim Rogers

Robert and Kim are ecstatic to be talking to Jim Rogers, co-founder of the Quantum Fund with George Soros and author of Street Smarts: Adventures on the Road and in the Markets. Known for speaking his mind and not being tight-lipped, we are treated with Jim’s excess of knowledge on the past, present, and possible future of the economy, not just in the U.S. but also around the world. Tune in and hear what Jim Rogers has to say about Ben Bernanke, the Federal Reserve, and more.


September 7, 2013

Ken McElroy

The State of Real Estate

Ken McElroy

Robert and Kim welcome Rich Dad Advisor and close friend Ken McElroy to share his expertise on real estate. While it seems the market is still taking a down turn, you may be able to use this failure of the system to your advantage. Also, learn what part the government plays in the market and how they manipulate the system.


August 31, 2013

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Go For Gold

Misty Hyman and JR Rosania

What does it take to be successful? Robert and Kim pick at the minds of Olympic gold medalist Misty Hyman and JR Rosania, coach and triathlon devotee, to see what it takes for them to be prosperous. Discover what Misty and JR believe is the crucial element required to push you when the work just seems to be too hard and when the doubts begin to creep in. Tune in, pay attention and learn some great tips for your pursuit of success.


August 24, 2013

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Smooth Operators

Martha Mariscal

Kim takes over this week introducing us to her friend Martha Mariscal (Cold Stone Creamery franchisee). Martha started her journey in the business at sixteen working the fries in her local McDonald’s. Eventually, merging to corporate with one goal; start a business before she turned 40. With Cold Stone’s help, she did it. If this is where your interest lies listen in while she shares her insights on how to get started and if this path is right for you.


August 17, 2013

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The Dollar Meltdown

Charles Goyette

Robert, Kim, and Charles Goyette (author of Red and Blue and Broke All Over) dig into the bad news about money – from the US economy to personal debt such as car, home, and student loans. The US pulls a double standard without a blink of an eye or a second thought (perhaps not even a thought at all). As unfortunate as it may appear, this show will change the way you view the government and the medium of exchange we call "money."


August 10, 2013

Tony D’Angelo

Back to School

Tony D’Angelo

Everyone is headed back to school. Robert and Kim have joined Tony D’Angelo (Rich Grad) to discuss whether or not the cost of education matches what you receive. Student loans are the financial burden of this generation and won’t go away by declaring bankruptcy. Want this yoke off your neck? You have three options; pay them, become disabled, or die. Listen in while we clarify the path and hopefully provide a solution.


August 3, 2013

Dr. Radha Gopalan

Death is Cheap

Dr. Radha Gopalan

Can you afford to live? If you don't think money keeps you alive, we have sour news for you. Hospitals routinely bill triple the cost of care as a way to get paid by the insurance companies, that's how broken the system has become. The last 10 years of your life are going to be the most expensive, exhausting the average "nest egg", leaving the surviving spouse unable to make ends meet. What are you doing to prepare?

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