Socialism with Yuri Maltsev – Episode 113

Socialism with Yuri Maltsev – Episode 113

The Engineer of Finance and Yuri Maltsev discuss the evils of socialism. Yuri N. Maltsev is a Professor of Economics at Carthage College in Wisconsin. He’s held various government and research positions in Moscow, Russia. He has authored and co-authored fifteen books and over a hundred articles. He is a recipient of the Luminary Award of the Free Market Foundation.


Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.


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Show Notes

  • A special guest today! – 1:41
  • Author of five books – 2:31
  • Most people don’t know what socialism is – 3:16
  • What is socialism? – 4:12
  • Socialism is evil – 4:42
  • Socialism vs communism – 4:50
  • Abolition of private property – 5:46
  • It works with fear – 7:13
  • Socialism and central planning – 8:03
  • What happened with the Soviet Union – 9:57
  • Socialism and slavery – 13:17
  • Bernie Sanders and his idea of socialism – 15:53
  • What happens today in Cuba – 18:30
  • People die with socialism – 21:00
  • Talking about capitalism and socialism – 22:27
  • Health care and insurance – 29:56
  • Socialism and free health care insurance – 31:47
  • Obama health care – 35:17
  • Growing up in the Soviet Union – 36:15
  • Yuri’s stories – 40:05
  • A choice between life and death – 40:50
  • China’s example – 43:07
  • Yuri’s experience going to China 20 years ago – 45:43
  • Coronavirus and the movement of money – 47:07
  • Science should guide us – 50:30
  • How money can move and families can create wealth again – 52:10


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Cash is NOT Trash! – Episode 112

Cash is NOT Trash! – Episode 112

The Engineer of Finance and Tammi share their insights about coronavirus and the importance of liquidity, savings, and how you can use the Bankosaurus® as a key tool for your finances. Stay tuned!


Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

 

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Show Notes

  • What’s happening in today’s world – 1:32
  • Is the coronavirus out of our control? – 1:57
  • Coronavirus and doctors work against the pandemic – 2:59
  • Liquidity and savings – 5:24
  • Living in a world with pandemic chaos – 7:49
  • The wealthiest nation in the world – 9:55
  • Different thinking on how to handle money – 10:20
  • What’s happening in today’s markets – 11:54
  • A big fan of liquidity and savings – 12:39
  • The market is taking a huge crash – 13:21
  • No one knows what this virus is going to do – 13:40
  • Mitigating the risk of coronavirus – 14:40
  • The coronavirus tracker – 16:08
  • The worst part of the coronavirus – 18:12
  • What we are going to learn from all of this – 21:19
  • The Bankosaurus® tool – 23:05
  • Reasons why the stock market is crashing – 23:42
  • Trying to get cash – 25:12
  • Is cash trash? – 25:30
  • An article that explains why cash is trash – 25:53
  • Ken explains why cash is not trash – 27:17
  • Having money liquid to survive the storm – 29:11
  • Everyone wants cash – 30:13
  • What Ken is grateful for – 32:02
  • What to do to become more independent – 35:13

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Selfishness vs Selflessness – Episode 111

Selfishness vs Selflessness – Episode 111

Being selfless helps us identify and connect with others and that, in and of itself, is rewarding. The Engineer of Finance discusses how selflessness and selfishness and how Coronavirus relates to the world of finance. Stay tuned to learn more!


Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.


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Show Notes

  • An Engineer that helps people – 4:22
  • The topic – 6:01
  • Working with the right people – 6:25
  • Selfless vs selfish – 6:55
  • What would happen if everyone was selfish – 8:08
  • The Coronavirus issue – 9:21
  • Why people are worried about Coronavirus – 9:44
  • Being selfish can be selfless – 11:03
  • Being selfless can be selfish 1:16
  • What would happen in the US – 12:00
  • Protect yourself – 12:48
  • Having financial freedom – 14:04
  • Teaching about principles and money – 18:32
  • Creating a wealthier life for tomorrow – 19:52
  • Be careful of who your friends are – 20:56
  • What is selflessness? – 23:30
  • The nature of being selfless – 24:21
  • Being selfish – 27:07
  • Protect yourself first – 29:03
  • The previous episode – 32:07
  • Why you need a budget – 33:17
  • The importance of understanding financial concepts – 37:46


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You Need a Budget with Jesse Mecham – Episode 110

You Need a Budget with Jesse Mecham – Episode 110

Ken Greene talks with one of the founders of You Need A Budget, Jesse Mecham. The company was founded in 2004 while Jesse was in college and is now the leading personal budgeting app, helping hundreds of thousands of people break the paycheck to paycheck cycle, get out of debt, and save more money. Stay tuned and enjoy it!


Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

 

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Show Notes

  • You Need a Budget background and story – 3:40
  • Starting to budget – 4:39
  • Launching the actual software – 7:03
  • Why budgeting is important – 9:05
  • Budgeting as permission to spend – 11:38
  • What do you think about when it comes to budget? – 18:19
  • A new way of thinking – 20:18
  • Changing the idea of how money flows – 21:24
  • What distinguishes Jesse from his competitors – 24:12
  • Budgeting is fun – 25:31
  • Staying focused on what you are doing – 30:00
  • Explaining the 34-day trial – 30:38
  • Training couples to succeed – 31:56
  • Having conversations about money without talking about money – 32:40
  • Think about what you want and how you can get there – 33:56
  • Reach out Jesse’s company – 35:35


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Beware of the Financial Industry – Episode 109

Beware of the Financial Industry – Episode 109

The Engineer of Finance recommends the Bankosaurus® as a strategy. He also loves the stock market and real estate, stay tuned to find out why!


Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.


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Show Notes

  • What about the stock market? – 1:39
  • Is marketing insincere? – 2:25
  • Ken’s thoughts about the financial industry – 3:36
  • The coronavirus and not knowing what to expect – 4:15
  • The coronavirus and the stock market – 4:48
  • You have to minimize your losses – 6:16
  • Investment strategies for you – 7:52
  • The best thing you can do planning for retirement – 12:02
  • Why whole life insurance? – 15:32
  • Learning from others – 17:46
  • Ken’s experiences in the financial industry – 18:05
  • Be careful of what you find on the internet – 19:28
  • Do all solutions lie in the stock market? – 24:34
  • Struggling with the broker-dealer structure – 25:29
  • Buying or selling stocks – 26:49
  • Beware of the financial industry – 28:57
  • The investors have all the risk – 32:37
  • Why it is so hard to win in the stock market – 33:04
  • Ken’s favorite type of assets – 33:57
  • Be careful of who you are listening to – 37:17
  • About annuities – 39:14


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