1683 FBF: The Race for the World's Most Seductive Metal & The $20 Trillion Marketplace for Gold with Matthew Hart

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Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 419, originally published in September 2014.

In today’s episode of Creating Wealth Show, Jason Hartman discusses issues surrounding the status of our society in relation to Wall Street’s closed doors, as well as the hugely varied real estate investor market across different states, making a particular comparison between Little Rock, Arkansas and some of the more northern regions such as Chicago and New York.

His guest is author, Matthew Hart, who gives his leading and well-evidenced opinion on today’s gold rush and talks about the influence of advanced technologies in both gold prospecting and more recently, in diamond manufacturing.

Key Takeaways

03.20 - Little Rock, Arkansas, is fast making a name for itself as a friendly market to real estate investors.

05.00 - In many parts of the country, particularly in the North-East, landlords simply don’t have any rights.

08.20 - In January’s ‘Meet the Masters’ event, you’ll have a chance to meet and hear from the experts and industry professionals in this field.

10.10 - The revelations shown in Carmen Segarra’s secret Wall Street recordings demonstrate the level that society has reached.

14.30 - Looking at patterns suggests that we are now coming to the end of the greatest gold rush in history, with most searches being totally price-driven.

16.10 – In Nevada, new technologies for gold extraction are really taking off.

21.35 – ETFs may well be the biggest factor in price movements and alterations with gold.

24.20 – Our fascination with gold has a history that dates back further than our ability to write.

28.00 – Like everything we use, eventually these gold deposits and reserves will run out.

30.30 – As it stands, the manufacture of diamonds in laboratories doesn’t look set to ruin the gem diamond trade.

Website:

www.MatthewHart.net

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