Who actually benefits from Wall Street’s “Winning Ways?”

“Wall Street’s winning ways continue, with the Dow, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq coming off their highest closes since May 13.” Peter Schacknow, Senior Producer, CNBC Breaking News Desk Wow, thank you Peter Schacknow for this delightful news which benefits exactly who . . . Certainly not the majority of the people who took … Continue reading

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Chapter Excerpt from new book Tasers, Abortions and Parenting: Behind the Curtain of Policing America

“What a fascinating read. It’s going to rile folks up as well as having many people yell “Amen!”  It will also, probably for the first time, give people an understanding about the direction our society is heading and give them some idea how we got to where we are now.  Plus, your chapter on parenting … Continue reading

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Vows To Your New Children: The Forgotten Nuptials of Remarriage

“Too often, spouses underestimate how much of a part the “new” (“step”) children will play in the new marriage, regardless of their age.  A child or children who do not feel a part of the new marriage and family, or who are resistant to the new spouse or family, can create great turmoil in the … Continue reading

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The Wall Street Shuffle

On the heels of a great panel discussion with Larry Winget, Cenk Uygur on April 16th (The Failings of Institutional Advisers and How You Can Grab The Bull by the Horns!) and, Scott Burns on April 9th (Special Advanced Interview with Asset Builders’ Scott Burns), when we discussed the failings of Wall Street, today’s segment … Continue reading

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Perfection Is Not A Destination!

Jim Bouchard tours nationally to teach his Black Belt Mindset philosophy at conferences and for corporate audiences. His second book, Think Like a Black Belt is scheduled for release in May, 2010. He regularly appears on radio and TV around the world sharing his message of excellence, discipline, focus and opportunity. Having been on our … Continue reading

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How To Get Fired: Help Someone In Need!

“Mike and I thought we did the good deed of the day,” says Paul Shoemaker — and why wouldn’t he? After all, Shoemaker and Mike McGee, co-workers at a Sprint outlet at the Cherry Creek Shopping Center, were heading on break when they heard a cry for help from an aging security guard as a … Continue reading

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CNN news flash: SEC charges Goldman Sachs with defrauding investors

For those of you tuning into today’s guest panel discussion on the investment industry, here is a CNN news flash: SEC charges Goldman Sachs with defrauding investors about products tied to sub-prime mortgages. Does this surprise you? Remember to tune it at 12:30 PM EST as I welcome Larry Winget, Cenk Uygur and by audio … Continue reading

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Alan Greenspan Does An About Face on Fraud . . .

Editors Note: Guest Panelists for this Friday’s show Cenk Uygur and Larry Winget have a unique way of saying things relative to Alan Greenspan’s recent about face in terms of admitting that there is in fact fraud in the financial markets and, taking personal responsibility for our own finances. I am sure that you will … Continue reading

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The Failings of Institutional Advisers and How You Can Grab The Bull by the Horns!

I have always found it to be a major disconnect that the majority of investment counselors are not independently wealthy . . . in essence, if they can’t do it for themselves and their families how are they going to do it for you?!? “Classic” studies of investment adviser performance from the late 1960s and … Continue reading

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Anesthetized Parenting: Today’s Version of “Children Should Be Seen and Not Heard?”

On Friday’s PI Window on Business, guest host Jim Bouchard will be talking with insightful and controversial “Your Kids Are Your Own Fault” author Larry Winget.  While I have no doubt that the discussion will be one of the more memorable one’s in the show’s young history, the research into the subject matter has proven … Continue reading

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