Self-Directed IRA - The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly Of Investing From 2015 - The Featured Topic Of The 1-14-2016 American Wealth Radio Show

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This week Sean McKay and Jim Hitt discuss The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Investing from 2015. Sean will delve into the Self-Directed IRA archives and discuss some investment mistakes clients made in 2015 and the things they did to move themselves forward.

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American IRA CEO, Jim Hitt

Sean' belief is that the low interest environment has driven up the prices of the asset classes. It seems that when people see their 401Ks recover and their asset values rebound…they become more optimistic about life.

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Investing from 2015 will prove to be an interesting and valuable topic as listeners have the distinct advantage of learning from the Self-Directed IRA mistakes of others.

Sean plans to cover those items that didn't go so well and add to it how it could have been done differently to achieve a more positive outcome.

A discussion will also include the current investment landscape. Sean' belief is that the low interest environment has driven up the prices of the asset classes. It seems that when people see their 401Ks recover and their asset values rebound…they become more optimistic about life.

Sean McKay and Jim Hitt will also share their opinion on the U.S. debt and what their thoughts are on how that will impact the overall investment climate. Let's face it, debt continues to accumulate and interest rates really can’t go any lower than they have in the last few years. Couple that with the fact that a significant portion of the baby boomers are moving into retirement and there are sure to be changes in many areas of the economy.

Among the many case studies they will discuss, they'll start with a scenario in Florida. In which an investor and lender partnered and generated a profit of $40,000.

Another very important element they will add is the idea of cash flow. They ponder questions such as:

Why would an investor ever want to partner with their lender on a deal and split their profits?

Is it beneficial to borrow money with a balloon payment at the end?

How much is too much to borrow?

How can an investor best structure their deals so that they can withstand a down turn in the economy?

Why is vagueness the number 1 reason investments fail?

And so much more...

Click here to tune in on January 14th at 9:30 a.m. to hear the complete broadcast.

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