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The Wiggin Sessions

More than ever before, there’s a pronounced disconnect between the economy and the stock market and it’s growing worse. The new normal is an economy that is fundamentally broken--one that can’t be fixed by an election, a vaccine, or a social movement.You’re wondering how we rebuild from here and how to radically adjust the way you think about investing, wealth preservation, and how you position the future of your family.In the Wiggin Sessions, we connect with key thinkers and industry experts and do a deep dive into history, politics, economics, and philosophy--and discuss their real-world impact on financial markets and our lives.Join your host, Addison Wiggin, founder of Agora Financial, each Friday for a new episode of The Wiggin Sessions where he interviews such great minds as Juan Enriquez, George Gilder, Jim Rickards, James Altucher, Bill Bonner, Dan Denning.

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Mark Moss & Aleks Svetski—The UnCommunist Manifesto

The Communist Manifesto was published in 1848 and has served as a guide for those who want to centralize and control others for years. But it's time to change the script on this old and destructive ideology. Mark Moss and Aleks Svetski are doing just that with their new book, The UnCommunist Manifesto: A Message of Hope, Responsibility and Liberty for All. On this episode of The Wiggin Sessions, Mark and Aleks join me to discuss their inspiration for writing The UnCommunist Manifesto, describing how Marxism justifies entropy and entitlement and what may have influenced Marx’s worldview. Mark and Aleks explain why capitalism must be stripped from politics entirely and offer insight around money as a communication of value. Listen in to understand why Bitcoin is such an important, world-changing innovation (despite its volatility) and learn how we can promote a system of dynamic inequality that holds people accountable for the decisions they make. Key Takeaways What inspired Mark & Aleks to write The UnCommunist Manifesto How Marx defined communism and the 10 principles of Marxism Stasis vs. dynamism and what makes capitalism a dynamist process Why capitalism must be stripped from politics How Marx and Adam Smith drew opposite conclusions (despite having a similar training) How Marxism offers an academic justification for entropy and entitlement The disconnect between Marx’s ideas of political freedom and economic control How politics is a way to determine how to operate economically The idea of dynamic inequality and why it’s essential for people to move both up and down through the classes based on their decisions (not just up) How Mark and Aleks define money as a communication of value What makes Bitcoin such an important, world-changing innovation Alek’s insight on the volatility of Bitcoin and its pricing in dollars Connect with Mark Moss & Aleks Svetski UnCommunist Charts from The UnCommunist Manifesto The UnCommunist Manifesto: A Message of Hope, Responsibility and Liberty for All by Mark Moss and Aleksander Svetski Mark on YouTube Aleks on Medium Connect with Addison Wiggin Consilience Financial Be sure to follow The Wiggin Sessions on your socials. You can find me on— Facebook @thewigginsessions Instagram @thewigginsessions Twitter @WigginSessions Resources 5 Minute Forecast The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels Jordan Peterson Lenin’s Commanding Heights of the Economy Austrian Economics Biden’s $80B Funding Boost for the IRS What Is Money Podcast Human Action: A Treatise on Economics by Ludwig Von Mises

52mins

15 Aug 2022

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Zach Scheidt—How to Protect Your Family's Wealth During a Bear Market

"A bear market and a recession… are very different. We're in a bear market right now. As an investor, you can make a difference with your overall wealth by understanding what areas vulnerable and what areas can profit as these new changes take place in our economy."—Zach Scheidt Bear markets are challenging to work through, but they can create much more wealth if you know how to deal with them. Zach Scheidt has a solid history of identifying oversized payout opportunities. He is the editor of a library of investment advisories, including Rich Retirement Letter and Lifetime Income Report, and the author of Big Book of Income. A former hedge fund manager, the growth of his own family, sparked him to change his career and invest in his passion for helping families grow their wealth so they can focus on the things that really matter. Zach joins me on this episode of The Wiggin Sessions to share his pillars of successful income investing, so you always have cash coming into your account during this time when extra funds are needed to deal with the recession. Listen in as he shares his top investment strategies for investing right now so you can generate extra income from the market and grow your wealth as we exit this economic slump. Key Takeaways Zach shares what happens to blue chip dividend stocks in the face of a recession during a bear market He shares why understanding the overall economy is the key to making the right moves in your investments to increase your wealth How bear market rallies impact dividend stocks Why human nature is the driving force during bear market rallies The false signals in speculative stocks that can lead to big money losses Why the strength of the US dollar is debilitating profits for US companies doing business internationally Why investors should focus on American-made and sold products Why net interest income (NII) makes healthy regional banks like SunTrust so appealing right now How retailers like Walmart and Target botched first two quarters of the year are leading to big payoffs for deep discount stores like TJ Maxx and Dollar General Connect with Zach Scheidt Zach Scheidt Zach on LinkedIn Connect with Addison Wiggin Consilience Financial Be sure to follow The Wiggin Sessions on your socials. You can find me on— Facebook @thewigginsessions Instagram @thewigginsessions Twitter @WigginSessions Resources Big Book of Incom Rich Retirement Letter Lifetime Income Report: Your Exclusive Dividend Retirement Guide Your Guide to New SEC Rules It’s a Bargain Buy (and You’ll Hate It!) on The 5 Min. Forecast

40mins

12 Aug 2022

Rank #2

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Peter S. Goodman— The Link Between the Transfer of Wealth and Lack of Infrastructure

"We live in a flawed democracy that's under assault by people who are warping our democracy for their own ends… [taking] from us things that are pretty basic to living in a society, like health care, education, and the prospect that you can make a decent living."—Peter S. Goodman Why is the US government unable to afford the basics, like health care and education, that other developed countries can? Is it because it's starved of resources because we don't tax the rich? My guest thinks so. Peter S. Goodman is an award-winning global economics correspondent for The New York Times. He began his work there in 2007 as a national economics correspondent covering the global financial crisis and the Great Recession. He's the author of Past Due: The End of Easy Money and the Renewal of the American Economy and the newly released, Davos Man: How the Billionaires Devoured the World. Peter joins me on this episode of The Wiggin Sessions to discuss his book and his belief that campaign contributions and lobbying by the wealthiest people in the world led to the dismantling of every conceivable kind of public infrastructure in this country. Peter says, "My book, actually, doesn't demonize billionaires. It demonizes the absurd idea that we should entrust billionaires to solve all of our problems." Listen in as Peter shares the three things he believes are the key to solving many of our problems. Key Takeaways How Peter came to see that the removal of economic opportunities caused by the transfer of wealth led to these extremist populist movements Peter shares how he came to see into the window of the thinking of the billionaire class What the statement "the CEOs are the heroes of the pandemic" revealed about the power of the billionaire class Why Peter thinks we need to return to a post-WWII democracy, where people had more input into the type of lives they wanted Why Peter believes that billionaires paying fewer taxes than the people who scrub their toilets is robbing the government of the money needed to upgrade our resources Why the US cannot afford the things that other developed countries where they tax rich people can Peter shares why he believes more substantial labor rights, more vigorous anti-trust enforcement, and progressive taxation are the key to solving a lot of our problems Connect with Peter S. Goodman Peter S. Goodman Peter S. Goodman on The New York Times Connect with Addison Wiggin Consilience Financial Be sure to follow The Wiggin Sessions on your socials. You can find me on— Facebook @thewigginsessions Instagram @thewigginsessions Twitter @WigginSessions Resources Davos Man: How the Billionaires Devoured the World Past Due: The End of Easy Money and the Renewal of the American Economy Jim Rickards - Democracy, Cryptocurrencies, and Global Control EP40 Share the Wiggin Sessions on Apple Podcasts

46mins

9 Aug 2022

Rank #3

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Marin Katusa— Alligator Investing to Upgrade Your Portfolio in a Recessionary Market

"If you look at the Wilshire 5000, they've lost more value… in the last three months than in the last 30 years of corrections combined. 45% of the companies in the S&P 500 have hit 52-week lows. Only one time in the history of America has the 235-year-old 10-year Treasury had a worse session. When you add up these indicators, 100% of the time, you're in a recession within 12 months.… but don't underestimate the strength that America has today." — Marin Katusa Even with high employment rates, we have a recession and inflation above what was expected. Here in the United States, it's no doubt we're witnessing a severe market decline. But my guest today, who is often called a genius by investors I respect, says, "there are problems everywhere globally, but as an investor, never underestimate the rule of law and the US to maintain a viable government." Marin Katusa of Katusa Research has spent the past 20 years traveling and investing in oil, gas, and alternative energy, becoming the go-to resource for the world's top natural resource entrepreneurs and investors. When you look at his track record, it's easy to see why. Marin is the New York Times Bestselling Author of The Colder War: How the Global Energy Trade Slipped from America's Grasp and the recently released Amazon Best Seller, The Rise of America: Remaking the World Order. Marin joins me on this episode of The Wiggin Sessions to discuss what happens in a recession, why the US dollar rises when other currencies go down, and why he thinks America will be leading the way in the remaking of the world order. Listen in as Marin shares his tips on the wrong way to invest and his insight into how to do your homework, reduce your risk, upgrade your portfolio, and make your fortune during this recessionary market. Plus, he shares his 'invest like an alligator' philosophy that can help you evolve and survive during a recession. Key Takeaways Marin shares the thesis of his book, The Rise of America: Remaking the World Order The #1 place to position yourself to take advantage of the strength of America The domino effect caused by the rate of exchange and the primary currency  The fundamental difference between investing in the American dream and investing anywhere else Why Marin keeps most of his investments in the US Why copper is the new oil Marin shares why the American can-do attitude always pays dividends in the long run Why Utah is primed to be the highest producing goldmine in the world Why adding technology to an existing market is the secret to getting a grand slam in the investment world Why the politically driven German energy crisis is critical for all of Europe The supply issue that's depleting the hope of nuclear energy Why Warren Buffett and the other most successful investors in the world buy in the echo Why it's vital to keep your dollars invested where "money is respected, and the rule of law is expected" Why Marin believes the newsletter "new idea" investment strategy is the worst way to invest Why, despite the media's lack of optimism, Marin still believes in the American dream Marin shares his 'invest like an alligator' philosophy to survive a recession.  Where Marin thinks you should bet big in the post-bubble rally Connect with Marin Katusa Katusa Research Connect with Addison Wiggin Consilience Financial Be sure to follow The Wiggin Sessions on your socials. You can find me on— Facebook @thewigginsessions Instagram @thewigginsessions Twitter @WigginSessions Resources The Colder War: How the Global Energy Trade Slipped from America's Grasp The Rise of America: Remaking the World Order The Psychology of Totalitarianism” by Mattias Desmet Justin Huhn—Options for Investors in Uranium and Nuclear Energy EP60 Share the Wiggin Sessions on Apple Podcasts

47mins

7 Aug 2022

Rank #4

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John Englander—The Rising Sea Level and Your Property Value

The Economist has projected that rising waters will displace hundreds of millions of people in this century. Whether or not we agree, sea level rise is a phenomenon. We must prepare for a different future, or our grandkids will be in trouble. But how? And how will the rising sea level affect your property values? My guest has been studying the melting of the glaciers for over 20 years. John Englander is an oceanographer, author, and international speaker on climate change and sea level rise (SLR). His expeditions to Greenland and Antarctica have given John a unique perspective on the danger we face from melting ice, climate change, and unstoppable sea level rise. His new book, Moving to Higher Ground: Rising Sea Level and the Path Forward, explores the forces driving sea level rise.  John joins me on this episode of The Wiggin Sessions to discuss what the melting of the glaciers means on both an environmental and economic level, including the sinking of entire countries, if something isn't done. We discuss the evidence that shows how humanity's extraordinary technological advancements have broken us out of the cooling cycle, raised the planet's temperature, and changed the atmosphere, leading to the possibility that 30 nations could be completely underwater in the future. Listen in as John shares his insight into the disturbing way both sides of the political spectrum are wrong on this issue. Plus, how the free market can address this global scientific crisis economically to keep the planet livable. Key Takeaways John shares his insight into how the world is going to look different in 10 or 20 years Why flooding at the Naval Academy has increased in the last 40 years How humans have broken us out of the cooling cycle and raised the temperature of the planet How less than 12 inches of sea level rise will sink most of Vietnam What happens if we do nothing to slow the raising the temperature of the oceans Why even all the right environmental steps right now won’t mitigate the melting of the ice The disturbing way both sides of the political spectrum are wrong on this issue The growth and overplay of the ESG (environmental, social and governance) movement in corporate environments What we can do economically about this global crisis to keep the planet livable Connect with John Englander John Englander Get in Touch with John Connect with Addison Wiggin Consilience Financial Be sure to follow The Wiggin Sessions on your socials. You can find me on— Facebook @thewigginsessions Instagram @thewigginsessions Twitter @WigginSessions Resources Moving to Higher Ground: Rising Sea Level and the Path Forward Miami’s Submarine Future in The Economist How ESG Investing Came to a Reckoning in the Financial Times Share the Wiggin Sessions on Apple Podcasts

38mins

5 Aug 2022

Rank #5

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Jeffrey Tucker—Ending the Pandemic Government Overreach

"Bureaucracies don't like unknowns." — Jeffrey Tucker In March 2020, COVID-19 started its wildfire spread across America, ushering in lockdowns, mask mandates, social distancing, and the closure of everything from restaurants to churches. At the same time, the Fed's balance sheet blew up and people started having 'free' money flood their bank accounts. By and large unelected officials made these decisions, opening the door for more loss of our liberties and more unified control over the states in the future. Eighteen months later, we're left with mammoth grocery store and gasoline prices and inflation that is out of control, with rate hikes doing little to stop the runaway recession train. It's pure chaos. But the real question is, how will we get out of this? What will get us back on a growth path? And how do we take back our freedom before the United States of America is forever changed? My guest has a few ideas. Jeffrey Tucker is an author, speaker, and the Founder and President of the Brownstone Institute, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Founded in May 2021 the Brownstone Institute in on a mission to come to terms with what happened during the pandemic, understand why, and seek reforms to prevent a reoccurrence through accountability. His most recent book is "Liberty or Lockdown." He also writes a daily column on economics at The Epoch Times. Jeffrey joins me on this episode of The Wiggin Sessions to walk us through why he created the Brownstone Institute and how they are researching the response to the pandemic and the after-effects of lockdowns to keep it from happening in the future. Listen in as Jeffrey shares his thoughts on the power grab of legislative agencies that is fertilizing the growth of the government Leviathan and some tough love solutions to the economic struggles we're currently facing.   Key Takeaways How Homeland security interpreted legislation to grab power and have complete control over ALL social media Why the CDC vs. The Health Freedom Foundation case is so critical to limiting the power of executive agencies Why legislative acts trampling our constitutional rights are fertilizing the growth of the government Leviathan How the 2009 financial crisis caused institutions to reject the quantity theory of money and created a 'free money' institutional arrogance How the early 80s friendliness to a spirit of enterprise combined with tax cuts helped us leave the 70s malaise behind How the tech wreck influenced what is going on with blockchain and the crypto craze now Why the dystopian concept of one form of crypto becoming THE international remittance could lead to complete government control over money The #1 biggest concern about programmable money as the central bank currency and demonetization Connect with Jeffrey Tucker Brownstone Institute Jeffrey Tucker’s column in the Epoch Times Connect with Addison Wiggin Consilience Financial Be sure to follow The Wiggin Sessions on your socials. You can find me on— Facebook @thewigginsessions Instagram @thewigginsessions Twitter @WigginSessions Resources Subscribe to the Brownstone Institute Liberty or Lockdown Recapturing the Spirit of Enterprise Share the Wiggin Sessions on Apple Podcasts

46mins

2 Aug 2022

Rank #6

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David Tice—Defense Hawk for ‘the Grid’ EP63

What happens to you and me if our power grid goes out coast to coast and is out for an extended period? Our country is currently experiencing major upheaval in many areas. We have the highest level of inflation in 40 years, skyrocketing prices at the pump, supply chain issues, and food shortages. What else could go wrong? Plenty, according to today’s guest. David Tice has been an investor in energy. He founded the Prudent Bear Fund to give individual investors the chance to protect themselves against a declining stock market and currently serves as the president of the Tice capital fund. David is also the executive producer of the major motion picture "Soul Surfer." His most recent project is "Grid Down, Power Up," a documentary about the vulnerability of the nation's power grid and how he plans to rally the troops. David joins me on this episode of The Wiggin Sessions to share how he went from executive producing the "Soul Surfer" feature film to becoming a defense hawk for the grid. He shares insider information on the dichotomy between our dependence on and the complacency about the safety of our electrical grid. From adversarial attacks to Mother Nature, we'll discuss the vulnerability, the threats, and the Armageddon-esque scenario in terms of loss of life and cost to the economy if the grid goes offline for an extended period. Listen in to get all the details about "Grid Down, Power Up," the Hollywood elite involved in the project, and the quick keystroke, copy and paste way you can become a grid warrior and get involved in the choose power up, not grid down movement. Key Takeaways How David became a defense hawk for our nation's electrical grid From Mother Nature to adversaries, the 4 key things that could take down our grid The critical difference in loss of life between a grid interruption and a grid being down The finger-pointing players involved (FERC, NERC, and Homeland Security) and who is responsible for improving and protecting the grid Why protecting the grid needs to begin with advocacy at the local level How we're vulnerable to the cutthroat approach of our adversaries' planning an attack What the military has in place through zero ground blockers, relay stations, and more to help protect us from a cyber attack The supply chain problem we face with permanently damaged transformers How you can watch and share the film at "Grid Down, Power Up," beginning on August 1 How you become a part of the movement and can reach out to your local legislators with just a few keystrokes on the website Connect with David Tice Grid Down, Power Up David on LinkedIn Connect with Addison Wiggin Consilience Financial Be sure to follow The Wiggin Sessions on your socials. You can find me on— Facebook @thewigginsessions Instagram @thewigginsessions Twitter @WigginSessions Resources Share the Wiggin Sessions on Apple Podcasts

37mins

29 Jul 2022

Rank #7

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James Howard Kunstler—Living in an Unrecognizable Economy EP62

"Our economy is going to reorganize itself so severely, and in ways that will be unrecognizable to people who expect… Disney World, trucking, interstate highways, suburban commuting… all the things that are features of our life."— James Howard Kunstler The world is ‌rearranging how we do everything, from how we work to how we purchase things and transport them to how we heat and cool our homes. As my guest says, "we're living in a gigantic, epic, historic train wreck of economy, culture, politics, and expectations." So how do we go on from here? James Howard Kunstler is a prolific author, public speaker, blogger, podcaster, and painter. He's the author of "Living in the Long Emergency" about the "converging catastrophes of the 21st century." You can hear more of his ideas and insights on his Clusterfuck Nation blog, which has fresh content on Mondays and Fridays, and his monthly podcast, the KunstlerCast. James joins me on this episode of The Wiggin Sessions to share his insight into the post-pandemic United States, the end of the techno-industrial age ‌our parents grew up in, and what living in the long emergency means to us as a society. He shares his insight into which areas of the country are headed for disaster and which places will be favorable to make a life in the coming reorganization. Plus, he predicts which industries will flourish and which will see the bottom fall out. Listen in to understand why James says, "the dynamics of failure is underway, and we are going to be in the heart of this thing I call the long emergency," and why "the average person needs to think very clearly about where they're going to plant their flag." Key Takeaways James' take on what living in the long emergency means to society as we know it Why smaller, more agile companies are prime to survive the great reorganization  Why the population in places like Los Angeles and New York will face depletion  The #1 reason people will migrate from their homes to the inland waterway areas of America Why James thinks suburbia the greatest misallocation of resources in the history of the world James shares his insight into why we're seeing such a rapid decline in American influence How the great financial crash of 2008 perpetuated the coming ‘great reckoning’ James offers his new theory of history How the promotion of largely useless vaccines has led to mass formation psychosis What the ferocious French Revolution has in common with what's going on in the left today Why the dishonoring and disgracing in Ivy League institutions is the beginning of the collapse of higher education James shares his insight into why we're becoming a broken nation without a common culture Connect with James Howard Kunstler James Howard Kunstler Clusterfuck Nation KunstlerCast Connect with Addison Wiggin Consilience Financial Be sure to follow The Wiggin Sessions on your socials. You can find me on— Facebook @thewigginsessions Instagram @thewigginsessions Twitter @WigginSessions Resources Share the Wiggin Sessions on Apple Podcasts "Living in the Long Emergency" “The Psychology of Totalitarianism” by Mattias Desmet

58mins

27 Jul 2022

Rank #8

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Justin Huhn—Options for Investors in Uranium and Nuclear Energy EP60

If you think the world will end because of carbon, you must do everything you can to decarbonize the electrical grid. Environmentalists agree that clean energy nuclear power might be the best way for the U.S. to replace fossil fuels. Nuclear is the safest form of energy ever conceived - but it’s been greatly maligned due to accidents at Chernobyl and the more recent Fukushima nuclear disaster. The development of small modular nuclear power plants has reduced the risk by making giant reactors obsolete, causing the once negative sentiment to shift to the positive, including for some invested in the Green New Deal. So, what are the prospects for investors in nuclear energy? Justin Huhn is an expert in the Uranium markets and investing in uranium and uranium stocks. He is passionate and committed to bringing information to those taking their first look at the uranium sector. Through his newsletters at Uranium Insider, Justin offers investors monthly news and analysis of selections in the Uranium space. On this episode of The Wiggin Sessions, Justin joins me to share his insight into the resurgence of interest in the vital but tiny nuclear industry and the steps being taken by developers and investors such as Bill Gates and Elon Musk. He shares how he evaluates a company based on technology development, mining, and uranium production. Plus, he predicts what will happen in the nuclear space over the next 5 years. Listen in to understand why nuclear is vital to an electric future and how investors can get into this exciting space. Key Takeaways Why Justin founded uranium insider pro and became an advocate for nuclear technology Justin’s take on why nuclear power is getting a new push in the U.S. How Justin evaluates companies their technology and mining and production of uranium How Germany is now in an energy tight spot because of their phasing out of nuclear energy How the war with Ukraine is stifling the most significant player in the enrichment market Why nuclear advocate Bill Gates is building a nuclear reactor in Wyoming How Advanced Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) could help fight climate change without the risk How California’s nuclear pivot might open the door to NuScale Power construction The Silicon Valley investors who are investing in nuclear The ‘big player’ risk that is keeping investors out of the nuclear space Why Justin believes the opportunity in uranium and nuclear is huge for individual investors looking to increase their piles of money Connect with Justin Huhn Uranium Insider Uranium Insider on Twitter Connect with Addison Wiggin Consilience Financial Be sure to follow The Wiggin Sessions on your socials. You can find me on— Facebook @thewigginsessions Instagram @thewigginsessions Twitter @WigginSessions Resources Uranium Insider on The Wiggin Sessions Jimmy Soni—What Distinguishes the Billionaires from the Rest of Us? EP55 Steward Brand NuScale Power TerraPower Share the Wiggin Sessions on Apple Podcasts

44mins

25 Jul 2022

Rank #9

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Andrew Zatlin—The Moneyball Approach to Smart Investing EP59

Currently, all signs indicate we're teetering into bear market territory, and uncertainty is at an unprecedented level for individual investors. Wall Street is set up to take your money. But you must be in the market unless you want to only be in cash, right? So how can you use insider datapoint information to predict where the different economic sectors are headed, and determine if the world's largest companies are doing well or not to hang onto more of your money? Andrew Zatlin is a trained economist and top-ranked financial forecaster. Recently Andrew ranked #1 for Jobs Forecasting by Bloomberg, putting him ahead of analysts at J.P. Morgan and Bank of America. Through Moneyball Economics, he's created a system to leverage today's data to offer investors real-world trading help so they can knock it out of the park in any economy. On this episode of The Wiggin Sessions, Andrew joins me to share his insight into how to break out of the old-world style of measuring the economy. Andrew shares his 4 key datapoint indicators that will help you determine the big-picture health of a company prior to investing. He shares examples of how he's used the data to make money, the companies, and industries where he's done well, and some of his missteps. Plus, why 'vice spending' analysis is the real barometer for consumer confidence and his prediction for when things take a turn for the worse. Listen in to understand how to use Moneyball Economic data to take advantage of the great opportunities when the bear market bottoms. Key Takeaways How the benchmarks for insight into the economy have changed in a digital era Why hiring is a CORE piece of the puzzle all investors should pay attention to How to sniff out problems at a company long before they're made public The 4 datapoint indicators to look at prior to investing in a company The #1 thing to look for to determine if it's the right time to jump back into a previously sagging industry How to keep from missing the real opportunities in the market by staying in sync with Wall Street What economic factors trigger the hiring button in larger enterprises Why predictability of business is causing both B2B and B2C companies to adopt the subscription model How to determine if lower hiring is market or company specific How Andrew uses vice and social spending as the true barometer for consumer confidence Connect with Andrew Zatlin Moneyball EconomicsAndrew on LinkedIn Connect with Addison Wiggin Consilience Financial Be sure to follow The Wiggin Sessions on your socials. You can find me on— Facebook @thewigginsessions Instagram @thewigginsessions Twitter @WigginSessions Resources "Crashflation" — A Profit Opportunity Arch Resources

58mins

22 Jul 2022

Rank #10