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Main St. Finance

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Main St. Finance

Alex From Main St. Finance

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Main St. Finance is here to take personal finance and Wall Street investing and break it down to its basics so that all people can achieve an advanced understanding of the American financial system. You can then use that knowledge to better take control of your finances to manage budgeting, taxes, investments, retirement, and more.
 
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Wall St For Main St

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Wall St For Main St

Jason Burack, Mo Dawoud and John Manfreda

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Wall St for Main St provides alternative financial information, research, education and consulting to Main Street investors using uncommon wisdom. Our goal is teaching people how to fish for themselves instead of trusting their financial adviser. We interview top investors, traders, money managers, financial commentators, economic experts, authors, CEOs and newsletter writers from around the world to discuss the latest events in the global economy and financial markets.
 
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Hello everyone, This week I speak with Dr. Guy Baker about his decades of experience in the financial markets, of the best performing asset class in the past 90 years, and on the biggest 3 questions you need to be asking about retirement. Dr. Guy's Links His Website Educational Videos My Usual LinksWebsite: www.MainStFinance.orgShow Email address: …
 
Hello everyone, This week I talk with Cody Yeh about stock options and how he used them to quit his 9-5 job and invest in real estate. Cody's Links Facebook Page My Usual LinksWebsite: www.MainStFinance.orgShow Email address: Mainstfinance@gmail.comTwitter Account: @MainStMoneyYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWzLF_ZCgeDJ6PcIovg9w…
 
Hello everyone, This week I talk with Dr. Rufis Rankin, who is the Director of Research for Sidepocket. Sidepocket is an investment firm which helps people invest by creating "Pockets" of assets and allowing investors to pick and choose which pockets to invest in for ease of portfolio diversification. Things Discussed during the episode Principle C…
 
Hello everyone, This week I sit down and have a great conversation with Tyson Koska, the founder and CEO of OnTrajectory, which is an intuitive financial planning tool to help keep you on your path to a comfortable retirement. Tyson and i get down into the nitty gritty details of exactly what the software tool can do to help give you an idea of whe…
 
Hello everyone, This week I sit down and have a great conversation with Chairman Douglas Hurst with Elevation Gold. Doug has spent his entire career working within the mining industry and he joins me on the show today to tell some war stories on raising hundreds of millions of dollars as well as explaining the difference between the Junior and Majo…
 
This week I sit down with Barry Spencer and we talk about investing, taxes, and having a wealth advisor to help you achieve your goals in retirement. Barry's Links https://wealthwithnoregrets.com Barry's Email: barry@wealthwithnoregrets.com My Usual Links Website: www.MainStFinance.org Show Email address: Mainstfinance@gmail.com Twitter Account: @M…
 
This week I sit down with Jim Pakulis, CEO of Boosh Plant-Based Brands Inc. Jim joins me to talk about his background, the plant based industry, and we talk about some priorities that Jim has as CEO of a publicly traded company. Its a fantastic conversation and we had a lot of fun chatting! Jim's Links Boosh's Website: https://www.booshfood.com/ Ji…
 
Hello Everyone! This week, we are going to be talking about insider trading, the SEC, and one of the biggest hot button issues recently, congressional stock trading. Nancy Pelosi Response to Congressional Stock Trading Ban Investor.Gov definition of Insider Trading 3 Senators accused of dumping stocks before pandemic Congressional STOCK Act violati…
 
This week I sit down with Rob Frasca to talk about the basics of cryptocurrencies and NFTs. Rob is the Co-Founder and Managing partner over at Cosimo Ventures, which is a venture capital firm that specializes in investing in promising blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies. Rob frequently speaks on cryptocurrencies and he and his team invest …
 
This week is a vocabulary lesson about a situation you do not want to be in with any asset, but it's a situation that MANY Americans may find themselves in. Today we are going to talk about being "Upside Down" on a car loan. My Usual LinksWebsite: www.MainStFinance.orgShow Email address: Mainstfinance@gmail.comTwitter Account: @MainStMoneyYouTube C…
 
On this week's episode, I sit down with Nick Samarripas and we talk about how to decide what bank to build a relationship with. Whether you are looking to open a checking account or get a million dollar loan, Nick and I discuss the pros and cons of working with a big bank vs working with a small bank. My Usual LinksWebsite: www.MainStFinance.orgSho…
 
Hello Everyone! I am officially back and will be restarting regular episodes! Today on the show, we are going to talk about two popular metrics for measuring corporate returns! My Usual LinksWebsite: www.MainStFinance.orgShow Email address: Mainstfinance@gmail.comTwitter Account: @MainStMoneyYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxWzLF_…
 
Hello Everyone! Today on the show, I use a popular board game to explain how a central bank can increase the money supply in an economy. ANNOUNCEMENT: I'll be taking a few weeks off from making the podcast. I have a test coming up for a professional designation that I will need to spend a lot of time studying for. I'll be back by mid-November, so m…
 
Hello Everyone and Welcome to the Main St Finance Podcast. I am of course Alex your host and today we have sort of a public service episode with some corporate management mixed in. Today I am sitting down with Setti Coscarella Who is the CEO of TAAT Global. TAAT is a rather interesting company that makes a product that is hopefully going to take so…
 
This week we have the long awaited trial of the reverse Mortgage! Harlan Accola joins me today in order to defend against the loud and numerous allegations that reverse mortgages are scams and can get seniors kicked out of their homes. Links Mentioned During the Show: US Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) - Reverse Mortgages Are Revers…
 
Hello Everyone and welcome to the Main St Finance Podcast. Today I go over the basics of one of the most notorious financial products out there… The Reverse Mortgage. This week is all about giving you a background into how this product works, so that next week, We can grill a guest who is an expert on reverse mortgages. Be sure to tune in to next w…
 
Hello Everyone and welcome to the Main St Finance Podcast. Today I get a little morbid with where your donations are going. In this episode, I go through the steps that some people take to get rich by starting their own charity. This is a despicable practice that I intend to bring to light through this episode. It is my hope that this episode will …
 
This week, I talk with Connie Kadansky about sales jobs and avoiding a potential pitfall of the sales process. Connie is a Sales Call Reluctance coach who works with clients to improve their sales performance by using psychology to help them get past mental roadblocks that may get in the way of the prospecting process. Connie has been quoted in the…
 
Hello Everyone and welcome to the Main St Finance Podcast. Today I talk with Ian from the Best Film Ever about how the money works in Hollywood. In the episode we talk about independent filmmakers, big studio producers, Will Smith almost being in the Matrix, The Black Widow Lawsuit and everything in between! This is a long episode that is worth EVE…
 
This week on the show, I talk with Ivan Bebek about the current state of the global mining industry, where the market for precious metals is going (especially with respect to the increase in renewable energy), and potential investment opportunities. Ivan has over 20 years of experience in the Financing, Foreign negotiations, and acquisitions in the…
 
This week I speak with Pam Prine who is the co-owner of Keystone Capital Management. Keystone is a financial advisory firm that specialized in two types of customers: Those that are getting ready to receive distributions from their nest egg, and business owners who are looking for a secure retirement. Pam and I talk about retiring as an entrepreneu…
 
This week, I dig up a Lost Episode from an interview I did back in December of 2020. “Today”, I speak with Jason DeBono, who is the President of the NuView Trust, which is a custodian for self-directed IRAs with over a billion dollars under management. Jason and I talk about what is a self-directed IRA, and their Pros and Cons. Have ideas for a fut…
 
This week I have a fascinating discussion with Daniel Major, CEO of GoviEx Uranium. GoviEx is a uranium mining company that primarily works in Africa and has several producing mines. We talk about mining, renewable energy, and thoughts for how nuclear power can change the world. Be sure to check out the links below for further reading on the topics…
 
Jeff Bezos is at it again! Remember just TWO WEEKS ago when I did an episode on Jeffrey suing the department of defense because one of his companies lost out on a government contract? Well, what I didn’t know at the time was that there was a second lawsuit for another of Jeff’s companies against NASA (the National Aeronautics & Space Administration…
 
This week I talk about my favorite broker, and the broker where I have most of my money outside of my employer 401k; M1 Finance. M1 is my favorite broker because it is a free broker which has a SURPRISING amount of automation to help make managing your money as easy as possible. With how I have my M1 accounts, I am able to: keep my emergency fund f…
 
This week, I have some sad news to report. As of July 6th of 2021, The JEDI will no longer play a role in the US Armed Forces. There are plenty of disputes and controversy involved, so tune in this week to get the entire history of the JEDI involvement with the US Military. Have ideas for a future episode? Send in an email or tweet @MainStMoney to …
 
Today I give you a deep dive into the famous Wall Street terms “Alpha” and “Beta”. These measures of risk and return are a staple in any portfolio manager’s toolbox. After today’s lesson, you are going to feel much more comfortable when researching public companies and getting a sense for the general risk and volatility of the company. Have ideas f…
 
This week I sit down with Kyle Floyd to talk about getting revenue from precious minerals mines. Kyle is the founder and CEO of Vox Royalty; Which is a Canadian publicly traded company which buys mines, but does not actually mine the minerals. Instead, Vox leases the mine to a mining company and takes a percentage of the revenue. In this interview …
 
Today I talk about an article published by ProPublica that has since been picked up by just about all of the financial media outlets. In the midst of going through IRS documents released by a major leak, ProPublica found that Peter Thiel, one of the founders of Paypal, bought shares of Paypay within his Roth IRA in 1999 and has since grown his acco…
 
After three weeks of talking about all of the different taxes that Americans have to pay on a seemingly daily basis, I think it's time to have some fun. This week, I talk about my favorite and funniest IRS rules, poorly written sections, and allowable deductions. Be sure to tune in to see how to file takes for illegal income without incriminating y…
 
This week on the Main St. Finance Podcast, we are going to finish off our three-part series on taxes. Today we are going to talk about Property Taxes, Personal Property Taxes, Inheritance Taxes, Estate Taxes, and Wealth Taxes. In addition to all of those, we even have a section where I give you a list of celebrities that the IRS chased down for tax…
 
This week on the Main St. Finance Podcast, we make part two of our three part series on taxes. Today we are going to talk about sales taxes, excise taxes, and Value-Added Taxes. Even though the United States does not utilize VATs, they may be introduced in the future, so be sure to tune in and learn some more about how the govenermnet taxes your "s…
 
This week on the Main St. Finance Podcast, we begin part one of a three part series on taxes. Americans are taxed about a dozen different ways and for various things they do. Today we cover the first category of taxes. Taxes which are triggered by earning money. Be sure to tune in to see the types of income taxes Americans are charged and where the…
 
This week on the Main St. Finance Podcast, we interview Gerri Detweiler. Gerri is a certified expert on credit and she comes onto the show to share her strategies on building and improving your credit. Gerri is the Education Director for Nav, which is a company that matches small businesses to the financing that is right for them. If you either own…
 
This week, we tackle the biggest regulator of the US financial Markets: The SEC. The Securities and Exchange Commission is a government agency responsible for the protection of investors, trustees of helping companies raise capital through selling ownership, and the maintenance of a level playing field for all investors. How do they do all of this?…
 
How does a government take on debt? This week, I talk about how government organizations take on debt and issue bonds. For some bonus information, I also cover how governments follow a Bid System in order to get cheaper interest rates and prices on the products they get. Have ideas for a future episode? Send in an email or tweet @MainStMoney to hav…
 
Today we talk about the biggest and most important institutions of the global economy. Banks perform several vital roles in ensuring that money is constantly flowing through the economy so that productivity can keep going with little to no hiccups. Banks are sort of like the Robin Hood of the economy. They take money from the "rich" and loan it to …
 
Today we talk about another way that you can be a partial owner of a company. Shares of preferred stock are not quite equity, and not quite bonds, but are they really a Goldilocks middle-ground between the two? Preferred shares have characteristics of both bonds and common stock, but most importantly; they are an additional asset class that can be …
 
What is the Federal Reserve and what do they do? Today on Main St. Finance, we are going to cover those two topics extensively! The Federal Reserve plays a huge part in helping or hurting the overall economy, and today you'll find out why. I am planning on having numerous episodes about the Fed, but this week is just a nice and easy introduction to…
 
Today on the show, I give an explanation of of a concept popularized by US Senator Elizabeth Warren. The Dual Income Trap is when a couple builds a lifestyle around both spouses working, but then find there to be zero flexibility when kids come along or when one spouse becomes unable to work. When this happens, One of the spouses can no longer work…
 
Today on the show, I give an explanation of one of the most controversial theories in modern finance; The Theory of Efficient Markets. I'll explain what this theory is and how it affects you as a modern investor. Have ideas for a future episode? Send in an email or tweet @MainStMoney to have your idea as a future show! My Usual Links Website: www.M…
 
Brian Dress joins me on the show today to talk about preparing your portfolio for a potential high inflation environment. Brian is an investment advisor and Director of Research for Left Brain Wealth Management. We talk about the possibilities of Growth Stocks, Real Assets, Bonds, International stocks, and cryptocurrency being able to help offset t…
 
Inflation... Should you be worried about it now more than ever? Today I talk about the basics on inflation and the kinds of trouble that it can cause to us as individuals as well as the general economy. I'll talk about what inflation exactly is, what causes it, and how to protect ourselves from it. Next week I will be speaking to an investment advi…
 
Today I break down the types (or as I like to say, the Flavors) of Financial Independence. Most people only think of Financial Independence - or FI - as a "one and done" or "All or Nothing" approach. In fact, there are about a half dozen different off shoots of FI. Each involves different strategies, goal numbers, and time commitments. Be sure to c…
 
Today we talk about how to establish your credit and some of the best ways to do it. I also go into the story of how I established my credit to give listeners an example. Be sure to check out this short and sweet episode! Have ideas for a future episode? Send in an email or tweet @MainStMoney to have your idea as a future show! Be sure to check out…
 
Today we open the mail bag and answer some questions from an audience member. Sarah put a bunch of questions regarding authorized users on credit cards in a comment on a recent YouTube Video on my channel. She asked plenty of questions on the subject, so I decided to set up my soap box and make an episode about what authorized users are and the pro…
 
It’s Tax Season! I know that tax season isn’t the most exciting time, but for most people its also known as refund season. For a little bit of work of filing your taxes online, you can get a check from the government, but how does this all work? Today we are going to talk about tax brackets. Tax brackets are used in the United States, Canada, Austr…
 
Credit Scores and Credit Reports. These are two terms that seem to rule our lives now-a-days, but what are they? Today I talk about what each of these are, what goes into each of them, what their purpose is, and I go over some resources to help you along your credit journey. Have ideas for a future episode? Send in an email or tweet @MainStMoney to…
 
What should you do first: invest or pay off your debt? Personally, I think the answer is a math problem. However, like most personal finance debates, there are two ways to answer every question. Today I cover my thoughts on both sides of the equation. Have ideas for a future episode? Send in an email or tweet @MainStMoney to have your idea as a fut…
 
Game Stop? AMC? The Short Squeeze of the century? Quite a lot of information has been flowing and crazy stock movements have been happening this week. I am releasing this week’s episode early because I want the information to be out before the market opens on Monday so you can get the information you need as soon as possible. This week I talk about…
 
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