Former Vice President of Pfizer & SAIC and Co-Founder of PeakProsperity.com, Chris Martenson (PhD), joins Heather Wagenhals, Host and Executive Producer of Unlock Your Wealth Radio. Tune in to the Libsyn platform as Chris discloses how everyone can get their personal finances in order, especially in the economy we are living in today. So get up to speed on your finances as Chris shares some insight from his book, The CRASH Course, revealing the 3 most important E’s to your money: Economics, Energy and Environment.
As the developer of the educational video seminar series, “The Crash Course,” and author of “THE CRASH COURSE: The Unsustainable Future Of Our Economy, Energy, And Environment”, Chris has so much to share with Unlock Your Wealth Radio listeners. For starters, Chris unveils our economic battles and how we can keep the economy on track by not necessarily growing more money, but rather growing our money system.
As an expert in this field, Martenson breaks down what and who is destroying our consumer savings. Tune in to this interview Chris as explains the “bail-in” procedures and if your money is safest with banks or investors. In this interview we will also hear what Chris has to say about the arising challenges our economy will face in the next few years.
This valuable topic on the economy continues as Chris reveals both short-term and long-term personal finance risk factors we all should be aware of during our current economic battle. As a BONUS to this interview, Host of Unlock Your Wealth Radio Heather Wagenhals reveals her own dirty secret when it comes to spending money, which might shock you coming from the personal finance expert. Tune in to find out this secret and more on your money on the Libsyn platform.
This week’s key trivia is based on last week’s key:
Hope for the Best, Plan for the Worst.
Plus Minutes on your Money, this week’s Moneyism, Money Drama and so much more as you Start anew in Season 22 with Unlock Your Wealth Radio.
Learn more about The Keys to Riches Financial Wellness Series in this week’s key:
Break the Budget.