Manage episode 281179350 series 1170092
Find out what is the hidden wealth creator for income property investors.
Everybody needs food and energy. Jason Hartman begs the question, why are they excluded from the consumer price index when calculating the core rate? In this in-depth talk on economic maladies, Jason discusses inflation, deflation, and stagflation (stagnation) - and which is likely to show up in our lives throughout the next few years. How much do we (the entire human race) produce in a year?
[2:45] The political spectrum is less of a line and more of a circle.
[6:30] “We just want a job.” - how money solves so many problems.
[9:10] This decade, we will see changes, the likes of which we’ve never seen.
[11:00] Is UBI good or bad?
[14:00] Inflation, deflation, or stagflation (or stagnation); what’s what?
[15:20] Why is inflation the most common scenario?
[17:20] The assets are the things you own, and the liabilities are the debts you have…right?
[20:00] How much does the entire human race produce in terms of economic value every year?
[22:00] Sighted inflation is a lie!
[24:10] What are the two commonly excluded components from the consumer price index to get the core rate (core inflation)?
[26:00] Which assets do ‘ok’ in an inflationary environment?
[31:00] The IRS does not know how to calculate inflation.
[32:30] Economic malady number 2: deflation.
[39:00] How can income property help me with my taxes?