Is WeWork’s Demise a Positive Sign for Value Investors? (w/ Whitney Tilson)

ED HARRISON: Whitney Tilson, it’s a pleasure to talk to you. We’re going to talk a lot about value investing– some of the ideas that you have. What you’re doing currently with Empire Financial Research. But the first question that pops to me when I look at your resume is that your parents were teachers. […]

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Tax LOOPHOLES The Rich Don’t Want You To Know -Robert Kiyosaki

(upbeat banjo music) (air whooshing) – Hey, guys, welcome to “Advanced Lessons in Millennial Money,” featuring Robert Kiyosaki. I’m Alexandra Gonzalez. In this two-part episode, I got a chance to speak with Robert and his tax advisor, Tom Wheelwright. Tom has been a CPA for 34 years, and has an extensive background in accounting and […]

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Big Pharma, Medical Bankruptcies, And The Almighty Dollar -Robert Kiyosaki

– Fake money, fake teachers, fake assets. In 1971, President Richard Nixon took the U.S. dollar off the gold standard, turning the U.S. dollar into fiat money, government money, fake money. In 2008, the world economy crashed when fake assets, fake mortgages, and fake financial experts led us down a path to ruin. Think about […]

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America’s Largest Coal Company Files for Bankruptcy

Chris Hill: We have to start with coal. Coal is– Bill Mann: The senator? Hill: Not the senator from Wisconsin. Mann: Oh, the burning rock! Hill: The burning rock. Today in coal is pretty significant because Peabody Energy is the largest coal company in America, and it has filed for bankruptcy. And first quarter revenue […]

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What Happens When a Company like PG&E Goes Bankrupt?

Chris Hill: PG&E is filing for bankruptcy because of the liability around the wildfires in California. Not surprisingly, shares of PG&E down 50% today. Again, this is not a surprise. I’m curious if you’ve ever found yourself in this situation. This is a question we’ve gotten before from not just investors in PG&E, but investors […]

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What Happens When a Company like PG&E Goes Bankrupt?

Chris Hill: PG&E is filing for bankruptcy because of the liability around the wildfires in California. Not surprisingly, shares of PG&E down 50% today. Again, this is not a surprise. I’m curious if you’ve ever found yourself in this situation. This is a question we’ve gotten before from not just investors in PG&E, but investors […]

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