Jul 27, 2018
The Economic Collapse Part II:
Featuring (In Order Of Appearance)
00:36 - Jim Rogers, Legendary Investor
05:09 - Chris Duane, Financial & Investing Expert
39:46 - Kevin W. Massengill
1:02:07 - Robert Wiedemer
Jim Rogers grew up in Demopolis, Alabama, and got started in business at the age of five, selling peanuts. He graduated from Yale University and has a degree in philosophy, politics and economics from Oxford University. Jim became a Wall street legend when he and George Soros founded the Quantum Fund. After his career as a hedge fund manager and investor, he now periodically teaches finance at Columbia University, and appears regularly on the CNBC Cable Network.
Chris Duane is a Financial & Investing Expert and Founder of the Silver Shield Xchange. Chris is also a US Marine & venture capitalist and became a self-made millionaire by age 30. Chris Duane’s YouTube Channel “The Greatest Truth Never Told” has over 28 million views since its debut. He is also author of a phenomenal book Thrivalist which is about how to be successful after the US economy collapses.
Kevin W. Massengill
Kevin W. Massengill is the editor of Jim Rickards’ and Massengill’s Defense Technology Alert by Agora Financial in 2016. Mr. Massengill is the founder and CEO of a fintech data analytics firm, Meraglim Inc., a senior executive in Fortune 500 aerospace, defense and information technology companies, a private equity firm in Chicago and he is an advisory board member of a California technology startup, Flynxx.
Robert A. Wiedemer is President of Aftershock Publishing and a Managing Director with Ark Financial Management, a money management firm. He is also Portfolio Manager for Ark Strategic Investments, a hedge fund. Mr. Wiedemer wrote the landmark book that predicted the current downturn in the economy in 2006, America’s Bubble Economy, published by John Wiley. As Paul Farrell, Senior Investment Columnist at Dow Jones MarketWatch recently said, “In short, America’s Bubble Economy’s prediction, though ignored, was accurate.” Kiplinger’s chose it as one of the best business books of 2006.