Young Wealth by The Jason Hartman Foundation

The 2020s could well define the future of liberty for American citizens forever. Robert Barnes, founder of Barnes Law and attorney for George Gammon as they FOIA the Fed in an effort to ensure they haven't overstepped their bounds continually since their inception.

Jason Hartman and Robert discuss the case, why it's important, and why this is just the beginning.

Key Takeaways:

[3:45] Why the courts decided FOIA applies to the Fed

[9:12] The case against the Fed is, hopefully, going to show other people how to expose governmental entities that need to be brought to light

[11:19] What ramifications could this case against the Fed have?

[16:27] One of the FOIA requests is going to center on what the Fed has said about creating a digital governmental currency

[19:56] Why hasn't something like this been done before?

[24:06] Why the 2020s will be a defining decade for liberties


Direct download: YW_200_Barnes.mp3
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Real estate investing has worked throughout history. It works incredibly well in the markets Jason Hartman recommends. But there's one thing that could derail it (and everything else for that matter), and it's a worldwide phenomenon.

Jason explains what's going on with the population of the world, and why it's a trend worth worrying about.

Key Takeaways:

[1:55] A declining population puts markets at risk

[6:32] For the first time in a long time, the life expectancy for Americans decreased

[8:43] We are thinning out our population deliberately for the first time in human history

[15:03] How our society is destroying families

[19:35] China is now suffering due to population timebomb

[24:47] Watching old movies and TV shows will show you the shift in society

[32:05] Japan's biggest problem isn't what economists tend to focus on

[37:50] What this all means for real estate investors


Direct download: YW_199_Decline.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:00pm EST

The future of real estate and the future of renters looks pretty good. But that doesn't mean you can just buy and forget your investments, you still have to manage them. Jason Hartman recently did some reading on American's personal finance education and habits, and came away disillusioned.

Listen in as Jason goes over some important things about personal finance, and why you want to be a dairy farmer, not a cattle rancher.

Key Takeaways:

[4:00] Used cars have actually APPRECIATED lately

[7:26] Only about 50% of states require high schoolers to learn about personal finance

[10:39] About 80% of millionaires inherited nothing, and 27% of them never earned $100,000 in a year

[13:55] We need to delay gratification, but give ourselves some rewards along the way

[18:21] Are you a cattle rancher or dairy farmer?

[20:46] Muthiah's 5 Year Plan


Direct download: YW_198_Finance.mp3
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