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Upcoming Events, Debt Ceiling, 401k’s and More

This week David talks about several upcoming events that he will be attending or speaking at. They are as follows: Night Of Clarity Come hear some of the nation’s foremost authorities diagnose the nation’s economic crisis, from the perspective of… (Read more)

The Banking Equation II

David talks about the limited time offer to get a copy of his book for FREE. On 07/20/2013 the book will be made available for no cost as in FREE. Anyone who takes advantage of this offer will will receive… (Read more)

Payoff Your Mortgage Early The Right Way

This week, David continues reading excerpts from his soon to be released book. Whose Future Are You Financing? What The Government And Wall Street Don’t Want You To Know.  To download the first few chapters of the book, go HERE. David will be… (Read more)

An Economic Workhorse

This week, David reads an excerpt from his upcoming Book, “Whose Future Are You Financing? What the Government and Wall Street Don’t want you to know.”  The excepts relate to the “Mega Banks”. Those that are too big to fail.… (Read more)

Washington’s Lust For Your Retirement Savings

This week David talks about a very important subject. Washington’s lust for Americans’ retirement savings. The recent Cyprus bank crisis has made everyone (or at least those who have saved their money) keenly aware that something like this could happen to them. Tune… (Read more)

The 4% Rule Is Dead, Will You Outlive Your Money?

This week, David is joined by John Little to discuss an important topic. David and John talk about a recent published study titled “The 4 Percent Rule is Not Safe in a Low-Yield World.” The study argues that advisers make a grave mistake in basing their… (Read more)

Big Subsidies = Big Banks

“Capitalism without failure is like religion without sin – it just doesn’t work.” Allan Maultzer, economist. “The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools.” Herbert Spencer, English philosopher. So what… (Read more)