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  • Blog

    Fun With Numbers

    How to value & finance real estate property
    by Adam Taggart

    Thursday, April 4, 2019, 12:45 PM

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    If you've not been watching our Real Estate investing webinar series, you're missing out on a wealth of learning.

    Our last episode, Episode #3, received rave reviews. It was a 2-hour romp through the math involved in valuing real estate property. Russell Gray does an excellent job de-mystifying the numbers for newbies and the math-phobic, walking through the calculations and showing how virtually anyone can derive empirical answers to questions like:

    • What's a fair value for this property? Is it under/overvalued?
    • What's my expected return if I purchase this property?
    • What are the investments can I make that will have the biggest impact on increasing my equity? Or my income?

    Don't forget to register for our upcoming Episode #4, in which Russ will build on his earlier material, explaining how to secure capital for investment property, how leverage can be used (prudently, not recklessly) to increase your returns, and what tax implications (and often benefits) to expect.

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  • Blog

    Watch Episode #1 Of Our Real Estate Investing Series

    The case for investing for safety & profit
    by Adam Taggart

    Monday, February 11, 2019, 7:45 AM

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    Yesterday, we aired the first live episode of our webinar series on Real Estate Investing.

    This first episode, making the case for real estate as an investment vehicle for building wealth and inflation-adjusting income, is free to all. 

    Here's the replay video, if you didn't have the chance to watch the event live

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  • Blog

    2019: The Beginning Of The End (Free Premium Report)

    What will happen next & what to do now
    by Adam Taggart

    Thursday, January 17, 2019, 9:07 AM

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    Now that it is 2019, we’re going to start the new year here at Peak Prosperity by responding to our community and making our most recent report for our premium subscribers free to everyone.

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    Daily Digest 12/18 – Venezuela Inflation Rate Passes 1,000,000%, Would Human Extinction Be A Tragedy?

    by DailyDigest

    Tuesday, December 18, 2018, 2:20 PM

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    • Trump and China: Towards a Cold or Hot War?
    • UK's May says rescheduling Brexit vote in parliament for mid-Jan
    • Venezuela Inflation Rate Passes 1 Million Percent, and It’s Costing Lives Every Day: This Is What Devastating Hyperinflation Looks Like 
    • Iraq’s Post-ISIS Campaign of Revenge
    • Reports show Russia mounted sweeping effort to sow divisions, support Trump
    • China’s Bizarre Program to Keep Activists in Check
    • Homelessness Rises Slightly Despite Strong Economy, Federal Report Finds
    • The Curbside Chat: Charles Marohn of Strong Towns on Building Better Places
    • The World's Most Controversial Coal Mine Is Set to Break Ground
    • Opinion: Would Human Extinction Be A Tragedy?
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  • Podcast

    Ted Butler: New Hope For Higher Silver Prices

    How silver's oppressor may end up being its savior
    by Adam Taggart

    Monday, July 23, 2018, 2:37 PM

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    Precious metals analyst Ted Butler returns to the podcast this week to discuss the long-suffering silver price.

    Will the beatings continue? Or is there finally reason to believe that, after seven painful years of languishing, silver may finally see a brighter future?

    Butler predicts a turning point is nigh. And ironically, he thinks silver's savior will be the same cultprit responsible for keeping the price suppressed for all these years:

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  • Blog
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    Betrayal!

    The pervasive & defining crime of our age
    by Chris Martenson

    Saturday, October 7, 2017, 12:35 AM

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    Let me apologize in advance for what may be an upsetting piece of writing for some of you. If you're in a state of shock or exhaustion from recent events, perhaps you should skip this one.

    I don't offer this analysis in order to further distress anyone — but until you understand what is happening and how that influences your psychological state, you'll remain the emotional equivalent of a rag doll shaken to-and-fro by events.

    Such understanding may not bring you to a place of calm acceptance. But it will set you free.

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  • Insider

    Positioning Yourself For The Crash

    Steps to take before crisis arrives
    by Chris Martenson

    Friday, March 24, 2017, 4:05 PM

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    Executive Summary

    • Why economic growth is not going to ride to the rescue
    • The alarming warning signs the auto, fine art, retail & housing industries are flashing now
    • The actions you should be taking now to protect yourself from (and position for) the coming crash

    If you have not yet read Part 1: Why This Market Needs To Crash  available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

    Sometimes I wonder if I'm ever going to run out of new things to say about the state of the world, especially economics.  The more obvious our predicaments become to me, the less appetite there seems to be ‘out there’ to discuss them.

    What more can be said about a system that is so obviously corrupt and destined to fail, and piles up more and more evidence that this is the case, and yet refuses to engage in the most minimal of introspection? 

    Well, lots as it turns out. 

    You see, we're finally getting to beginning of the end.  Our long national — and global — experiment with using flawed economic models is now running smack dab into reality.

    The edifice of central planning omnipotence is crumbling and when it finally breaks down in earnest, the financial markets will implode, the central banks will be overrun and discredited, and investors will discover that overly-long parties come with massive hangovers.

    There will be hell to pay.

    For reasons we have discussed previously, and extensively,  GDP growth has not been a feature of the world stage for over a decade, and is unlikely to return both because of debt levels that are far too high to support rapid growth and because any return of rapid growth will run smack into higher oil prices.

    So…how’s that story working out?  Not so hot.  It’s been sub-par on a global scale for more than a decade. And the same is true for the US.

    And here’s where we are today…

     

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  • Blog
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    A Murderous Complacency

    Dark omens are circling everywhere in today's markets
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, February 3, 2017, 9:38 PM

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    Running PeakProsperity.com requires me to read and process a lot of data on a daily basis. As it's hard to digest it all in real-time, I keep a running list of charts, tables and articles that catch my attention, to return to when I have the time to give them my full attention.

    Lately, that list has been getting quite long. And it's largely full of indicators that concern me, signals that the long era of "extend and pretend" in today's markets may finally be at its terminus.

    Like crows circling overhead, everyday brings with it new worrisome statistics that portend an ill change ahead. Indeed, these signs are increasing so quickly now that it's hard not to feel like Tippi Hedren in Hitchcock's classic The Birds.

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  • Insider

    Off The Cuff: A Lot Of Bubbles Are Beginning To Burst

    China, home sales, auto loans...
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, December 30, 2016, 9:18 PM

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    In this week's Off The Cuff podcast, Chris and John Rubino discuss:

    • The Traumatized National Psyche
      • Will 2017 see a healing?
    • Bursting Bubbles Multiplying
      • China, home sales, auto loans…
    • QE For The People
      • It's coming, and we'll all regret it
    • The Pension Time Bomb
      • Insolvency is a "when", not an "if"

    John Rubino joins Chris this week to discuss the biggest trends most likely to define the course of 2017. He sees populist spending programs, deflating asset bubbles, and the slowdown of China at top of the list.

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