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Category: Banking, Investors, Capital

Bill Brandt
Bill Brandt joins Jim Blasingame to recommend a number of best practices in anticipation of another round of the coronavirus or the next pandemic, including building cash, creating a closer relationship with your bank, and borrowing with long-term low rates.
George Levy
George Levy joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to help the public understand a crypto-dollar, which the U.S. will have to transition to as a defensive measure.
George Levy
George Levy joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the move by the U.S. government to create a crypto-dollar, and why that controversial step will have to be handled properly as it becomes the alternative to your money in a digital bank account.
George Levy
George Levy joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the difference between fiat money, digital money in your bank account, and crypto-money that will likely become the future version of sovereign currency, like a crypto-dollar.
Harry  Dent
Harry Dent joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the conditions that could cause Wall Street to continue it’s upward trajectory, plus what’s in store over the next 12 months.
Harry  Dent
Harry Dent joins Jim Blasingame to warn us about the existence of “zombie companies” that are being propped up by the government stimulus, and compare them to the companies that put Japan in a 30-year recession.
Sean  Worthington
Sean Worthington joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how the digital money in your online bank account is different from crypto-currency that is outside of a sovereign state issued currency, plus how a cloud-based currency is different from a blockchain model.
Sean  Worthington
Sean Worthington joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how a crypto-currency exchange works, and why some crypto-currency activity is illegal in the U.S.
Leo Haviland
Leo Haviland joins Jim Blasingame to discuss some of the many internal and external causes that the U.S. credit rating has been downgraded, including the national debt and pressure from the expensive pandemic response.
Tiana Laurence
Tiana Laurence joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the need to fund startups outside of New York and San Francisco, and that the true failure rate of new ventures capitalized by investors is, incredibly, as much as 400:1.

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