Welcome to the Cashflow Diary, where new and experienced investors come to take confident action towards their goals. Your host is a family man, a real estate entrepreneur, investor, coach and instructor. As a master facilitator of Robert Kiyosaki’s Cashflow 101 game, he’s inspired many to begin their journey into creating cashflow for themselves and their families. Mr. J. Massey has nearly a decade of experience in the areas of financial services and real estate. He currently serves as President and Owner of West Egg Enterprises, Inc. and West Egg Properties, LLC, which together hold over 200 units of residential property. In the last 3 years, he has personally completed over 100 real estate transactions in 8 different states. Mr. J. Massey has proven to be particularly adept at the art of getting difficult deals completed and finding creative solutions to avoid potential deal-breaking problems. He has invested a significant amount of time studying and executing transactions in multiple markets using many different strategies. From these experiences, he has not only learned numerous useful lessons and techniques, but has also created profits for both himself and his investors. In addition, he has helped to beautify and improve neighborhoods and provide jobs and revenue to communities. Through his expertise, he has helped many people build their cash flow and wealth using real estate, both inside and outside of their retirement plans. Prior to real estate investing, his background was in insurance and financial planning as a licensed representative with the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the California Dept of Insurance (CDI), and as a Registered Investment Advisor Representative (RIAR). However, he does not currently operate or hold any of these licenses. He currently functions as a landlord, lender, consultant, real estate developer, investment manager, speaker, author and mentor. In his spare time, Mr. J. Massey enjoys photography, reading and family activities with his 3 daughters, son, and wife in Orange County, California.
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Harry Dent is the Founder of Dent Research, Editor of the FREE newsletter Economy & Markets, and the author of the new book The Sale of a Lifetime:  How the Great Bubble Burst of 2017 Can Make You Rich. He received his MBA from Harvard Business School and was a successful consultant to  Fortune 100 companies at Bain & Company.  Harry Dent has also spent much of his career speaking to executives, financial advisors and investors  around the world. He’s appeared on “Good Morning America,” PBS, CNBC and CNN/FN. He’s been  featured in Barron’s, Investor’s Business Daily, Entrepreneur, Fortune, Success, U.S. News and World  Report, Business Week, The Wall Street Journal, American Demographics and Omni. He is also a regular guest on Fox Business.     Podcast Highlights   Who is Harry Dent? Harry started out by working for Fortune 100 companies after college and later went to Harvard Business School which is where he really discovered his true talents of seeing the big picture. thinking on his feet, and being able to argue very well. While consulting, Harry learned nearly everything there is to know about demographics. What was it that clued you into what you were meant to do? Harry’s experience in Harvard debating real world business scenarios is where he learned that he was really good at communicating. Some people know what they want to do when they are 14, and some people like Harry discover what they are meant to do through a series of fortunate accidents. Leaving Bain & Company was like jumping off a cliff, but entrepreneurs have to take calculated risks on top of having a vision for the future. Where did you develop the confidence to make the jump? You have to take risks intelligently. Start your business on the side, and make the transition step by step. Test everything and don’t gamble your whole enterprise on one thing. What is it about demographics that gets you so excited? Prior to President Ford, there was no middle class. With the creation of the middle class and the advent of the baby boom, demographics became incredibly important. Demographics give you an insight into the behaviour of very large groups of people. If you’re taking a risk, you’re going to have a better chance of succeeding if you take that risk on a trend that is growing instead of declining. Marketing is always the biggest initial challenge of starting a business, not the technology. What do you think about trends in real estate? Nursing homes, funeral homes, and hospitals will all see upswings in terms of real estate value. Harry predicts another big financial crisis coming, but he believes it’s going to be a major opportunities for entrepreneurs. How can we see bubbles coming and what can we do about them? You have to have a different strategy for each season. When bubbles occur, they don’t see them because they are getting something for nothing. Bubbles rise exponentially, come to an explosive climax, followed by a tremendous crash. You can’t keep a bubble going forever. As high as they go, the crash twice as fast. It’s better to get out early, rather than late. When things go down, the opportunities open up at the speed of light. The businesses that hunker down at the top of the bubble with cash in reserve will find themselves in a solid position to pick up assets at a deep discount. Where do precious metals come in? Harry told his clients to get out of gold and silver at the top of the market. Gold is an inflation hedge, but this bubble will be deflationary. What are the four indicators that you looked at to see the crash? There was a geopolitical cycle that peaked in 2000 and doesn’t finish until 2020. The second cycle is the generational spending wave which peaks around the world at different times. The third is an innovation cycle that affects productivity which peaks every 45 years like clockwork. The final indicator is a scientific indicator, the sunspot cycle which is now pointing down. All indicators are pointing down at the same time, the only other time this happened was in the early 70’s and 30’s. When something happens that doesn’t seem to fit, Harry will dig until he identifies the cycle that’s responsible. Reference: The Sale of a Lifetime:  How the Great Bubble Burst of 2017 Can Make You Rich, Harry Dent Harry’s Takeaway Sell any financial asset that is not strategic to your business or life and create as much cash as possible. The people will ample cash reserves and cash flow will be in the best position to take advantage of the coming crash.   Links: The Sale of a Lifetime:  How the Great Bubble Burst of 2017 Can Make You Rich harrydent.com Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed this podcast, please subscribe to the show on iTunes!
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