Patrick Iturra is Back (2019)

I return to the Social Networks: (English Subtitles) Greetings from El Mirage, CA. This time with my son, driving  at more than 150 mph (240 kph) that was exciting. I announce that I will return with our Online meetings with the entire Financial Education Team. Stay in Contact. Video: El Mirage, CA. Car: Lamborghini Huracan Music: Matthew … Continue reading Patrick Iturra is Back (2019)

10 Cryptocurrences To Watch In 2019

Earlier this month, arguably the biggest blockchain week in the world kicked off in New York City with CoinDesk’s Consensus event. A previous interview that covered blockchain technology led to a deeper look at the technologies, founders, and companies that are emerging in the industry. While some of the best projects on display were infrastructure-related, like public blockchains, others were … Continue reading 10 Cryptocurrences To Watch In 2019

Why Bill Gates So Successful?

7 Key Habits, Practices, and Experiences It was 15 years ago today that Bill Gates stepped down as CEO of Microsoft. While he stayed involved as chairman and chief software architect, it was the start of his major life transition. Here are seven keys to his success--taken from the history of his life and applied to one endeavor after … Continue reading Why Bill Gates So Successful?

Massive Market Divergence

This is one of the most concerning data points for today's stock markets: decreasing volume. This is happening even while markets are levitated by Federal Reserve stimulus and negative interest rates. By Dan Rubock This is Maloney's thoughts: "This is not a healthy market. This means that less and less of the real investors are in there, … Continue reading Massive Market Divergence

Mortgage Crisis 2.0

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the impending second wave of the lastest mortgage crisis, this time due to Helocs (Home equity lines of credit) and HAMP (Home Affordable Modification Program) interest rate resets. In the second half, Max interviews Aaron Krowne on the true state of the … Continue reading Mortgage Crisis 2.0

Social Security Disability Fund Has Two Years Left

People tend to think of their Social Security benefits as an actual account, in their name, which contains cash or investments. In reality, the Social Security trust fund contains nothing more than IOUs that have no value beyond a promise to impose higher taxes on future workers. The annual surpluses that many thought were being … Continue reading Social Security Disability Fund Has Two Years Left

Planet Earth is You

The following video was created to raise your awareness on the conservation of our planet. But sometimes we simply see, share, or just talk about these kind of videos on social networks, but a few actually take action to help others. Why do the majority of people feel they cannot help? Because most do not have … Continue reading Planet Earth is You

10 Ways Rich People Think Differently

Microsoft cofounder and chairman Bill Gates, who is consistently ranked as one of the richest people in the world, speaks at the 2013 Microsoft shareholders meeting. If you ask Thomas Corley, being rich has very little to do with luck and everything to do with habits. Corley, who spent five years monitoring and analyzing the … Continue reading 10 Ways Rich People Think Differently