Jason is interviewed from across the sea to discuss market comparisons with the US and the UK. While many market conditions have changed due to COVID-19, some pent up demand was already pushing some changes. Jason explains how some US concepts and trends are to be applied globally, specifically migration out of dense, cyclical markets and into the ‘boring’ linear markets. Real estate investing, when compared to the stock market, has proven a better return on investment globally.
[2:00] Every market worldwide can be categorized into three groups, linear, cyclical, and hybrid.
[6:20] Was the market change due to pent up demand or COVID-19 conditions?
[8:00] What are the main trends of pandemic investing?
[10:00] Migration is one of the keys to shifting markets currently.
[14:00] Anyone can be successful in property investing. Can that be said about the stock market?
In this 10th episode special, Jason talks with Cammy Bowker. Will we see any states secede from the union after this ever-growing U.S. polarization, Texas? Jason Hartman speaks critically of value destroyers, be a value creator. And with current updates around the U.S., questions arise as LA is proposing a vacancy tax to motivate landlords to lower their rent, instead of holding out for the right price.
Cammy Bowker, founder of Global Education Philanthropists, joins Jason to educate listeners on the heinous existence of human trafficking around the world and even in your community. Find out everything you need to know to become active in helping to fight this crime.
[1:00] How did Cammy’s story, and experience with education start in Haiti?
[5:00] Does this problem stem from economic problems, and what’s the process?
[6:00] Human trafficking has no socioeconomic bias. It happens in affluent U.S. communities as well as third world countries.
[7:00] Over 1.2 million children are taken into trafficking annually.
[8:25] Adaptive Ops is the sister organization to Global Education Philanthropists.
[11:00] Discussing the extremely controversial black market.
[13:30] If you used to be in special services, and would like to be an operator, they are very much needed.