Guest: Dwayne Kushniruk, Tim Edward & Brandon Taylor
Episode Description: Dwayne Kushniruk, Tim Edwards, and Brandon Taylor, from OneBridge Solutions, a subsidiary of OneSoft Solutions, talk with host Jordan Goodman about OneBridge Solutions game changing approach to helping predict and eliminate potential oil and gas pipeline problems. Through the power of big data and machine learning, OneSoft’s new SaaS approach to anticipating and preventing pipeline failures has the potential to be a game changer in the fuel industry. Kushniruk, Edwards and Taylor explain their company’s innovative high powered approach and the investment opportunities offered.
Guest Bios: Dwayne Kushniruk has co-founded, managed and invested in several private and public software companies since 1981. These include the Abacus Software Group, Microrim Inc., Baseline Technologies Inc.,Exchequer Software Inc., and Opus Software Technologies Inc. Mr. Kushniruk founded Vision Pay Inc. to provide payroll and HR software for Navision products and he identified and managed the acquisition of Denver-based Serenic Software, Inc. Mr. Kushniruk identified a purchaser and managed the sale of the Serenic operating divisions in mid-2014, which generated a gain for shareholders at a premium to the share price and subsequently set the stage to pursue the cloud technology opportunities that OneSoft is now involved with. Mr. Kushniruk is one of the major shareholders and will continue to manage the Company’s M&A growth strategy, public company matters and capital markets initiatives.
Tim Edward has spent the past 22 years pioneering software applications for the pipeline industry. He was a co-founder of Baseline Technologies Inc., which successfully developed new processes to analyze ILI data in 1997. He subsequently pioneered development of new Public Awareness processes and other specialized software functionality for the industry. He continues to maintain strong working relationships with industry leaders, associations and regulators, whose common objective is to improve the antiquated systems that no longer appropriately serve industry requirements. Tim functions as President of OneBridge, in his visionary role to move the projects forward.
Brandon Taylor, President of US operations, has served as CTO of the OneSoft companies since 2004. He has been involved in numerous technology projects with Microsoft, including the Technology Adoption Program (TAP) for Microsoft Dynamics since 2009, and the Managed Cloud Services initiative (MCS), which has focused on advancing Microsoft's volume cloud business model for Dynamics ERP products. He was re-appointed as one of the eight partners who comprise Microsoft's worldwide ERP partner advisory council (PAC) in 2016, which focuses on improving the deployment of Microsoft-based software applications world-wide.
Guest: Randy Kurtz
Episode Description: Why do investors consistently focus on returns rather than looking at investments from a risk perspective? Given a choice, most people would opt for minimal risk vs larger gain. How do investors transition from buying high and selling high? Randy Kurtz believes that by focusing on the right things and having a process in place investors can realize better yields with more appropriate risks. Kurtz, founder and CEO of Betavisor, is a nationally recognized expert on risk who is obsessed with statistics, challenges conventional wisdom about risk, return, diversification, asset allocation, and financial planning. He has been profiled in Forbes, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. Barron’s ranked his firm as the No. 1 performing separate accounts manager in the United States in the third quarter of 2011. Randy is a member of Mensa.Episode Key words (Comma Separated)investments, investment risk, investment maximum yield, beat the market, market super performer
Guest Bio: A nationally recognized expert on risk who is obsessed with statistics, Kurtz challenges conventional wisdom about risk, return, diversification, asset allocation, and financial planning. His goal is to create portfolios which maximize the odds of success while minimizing the excess risk taken. He has been profiled in Forbes, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. Barron’s ranked his firm as the No. 1 performing separate accounts manager in the United States in the third quarter of 2011. He holds an M.B.A. in finance from Columbia Business School and a B.S.B.A. in finance from Washington University in St. Louis. Randy is a member of Mensa.
Guest: Kerry Lutz
Episode Description: Kerry Lutz, found of The Economic Survival Network and Author of 'Viral Podcasting', talks with host Jordan Goodman about the critical urgency of being able to perceive economic reality, as well as the ability to separate truth from government-inspired economic fantasy. All investors need to be able to do so for economic survival and prosperity - and Lutz - as founder and host of The Financial Survival Network, is dedicated to making this possible. Lutz also talks with Goodman about his new book, 'Viral Podcasting', and the intricacies of creating multiple revenue streams from podcasts
Guest Bio: In 2010, Kerry gave up most of his other interests to pursue his long held desire of becoming a radio show host. Thus the Financial Survival Network was born. Its mission is helping readers and listeners to prosper and thrive in the New Economy. He has done hundreds of interviews with such financial luminaries as Peter Schiff, Harry S. Dent, Martin Armstrong, Jim Rogers, Marc Faber and Peter Grandich. He continually releases new segments and interviews on iTunes and YouTube. His new Triple Lutz Report was an instant hit and continues to increase audience share. As he says, “The Financial Survival Network, It’s All About What’s Next!“
Guest: Steve Down
Episode Description: This unusual episode begins with Steve Down, serial entrepreneur and passionate force for good, talking with Jordan Goodman about his journey to founding multiple businesses embodying Cause Capitalism. The discussion takes a surprising turn as callers-in to the show ask Down questions related to The Falls Event Center, Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, and more.
Guest Bio: Steve Down is a man with a cause. Many causes, in fact. His companies are a force for good, as Steve has an unwavering commitment to building businesses that change our lives and communities for the better.
Guest: Whitney Nicely
Episode Description: Whitney Nicely talks with host Jordan Goodman about flipping houses and investing in real estate with no money down, no credit and no banks! Nicely, a real estate investor, flipper and real estate investment teacher, helps beginning real estate investors get past their fear and into actual investing. Goodman and Nicely discuss which is safer, investing in the stock market or investing in real estate, why everyone should take a close look at real estate investing and steps to take to find your first deal
Guest Bio: Whitney Nicely went from no investments (or strategies) to 19 houses, 19 apartment units and 7 chunks of land in less than three years all bringing monthly money to her bank account on auto pilot. She has traveled the United States speaking on stages, teaching her simple strategies, and meeting with other successful real estate investors- and still buying houses the way she teaches others. Whitney is a dog mom to Abby the Labby-130 pounds of loving fur, wifey to Jason East- an apartment investor, stepmom to Gavin (12) and Harrison (10). Since 2016, Whitney has led and trained hundreds of future real estate rock stars to grow their portfolios, collect checks and achieve financial freedom. 100's of real estate newbies are securing leads, signing deals and scaling their dream incomes through the First Deal Done Fast Program.
Guest: Gary Smith
Description: Exactly what is value vesting and why should every investor be familiar with it? Author and economist Gary Smith joins host Jordan Goodman to talk about Value Vesting and Smith’s new book Money Machine: The Surprisingly Simple Power of Value Vesting. Smith and Goodman talk about what value vesting is and what it isn’t, how it’s different than investing methods that try to time the market, and why value investors look at investments so differently than what most contemporary investment strategies recommend. Smith talks about why gold and collectibles are not investments that value investors turn to and why value investors like investments with solid dividends and earnings at a low price. Smith brings his customary common sense and well thought out understandings of the interplay between market,psychology and finance to a conversation that every level of investor should find interesting and fruitful.
Guest: Richard C Cella III
Description: Which side of the retirement savings gap are you on? Are you one of the few who’ve saved enough or one of the who majority haven’t? There’s a retirement crisis in the U.S.! Richard Cella, author of ‘Your Personal Retirement Machine,’ talks with host Jordan Goodman about creating retirement readiness and what financial freedom really means. Cella explores his 7 Rules for Successful Retirement Investing, emphasizing sound guidelines that significantly improve investor’s likelihood of arriving at retirement age in a position to have both time and money. Cella and Goodman talk about the 4 Pillars of Investing and why Cella believes that retirement planning is the most important.
Guest Bio: Richard C. Cella, III is author of the book “Your Personal Retirement Machine,” and the founding partner of Ipswich Bay Advisors, a Massachusetts wealth management firm. He is also a member of Ed Slott’s Elite IRA Advisor Group, the nation’s leading experts regarding IRAs, tax planning, and retirement distributions. Richard began his financial services career in 1983 as a life insurance agent for John Hancock. Since that time, he has excelled in his professional growth as an investment advisor to complement his expertise in retirement plans such as 401(k)s and IRAs. He is an industry leader not only for his business growth but for the breadth and quality of his client services. Richard is licensed in several states and holds a full complement of securities licenses under FINRA including series 6, 7, 24, 26, 63, 65, and 66 enabling him to offer his clients the complete universe of investment options including fee-based investment advice and alternative investments.
Guest: Ray LeVitre
Description: Ray LeVitre talks with host Jordan Goodman about retirement and how decisions you make right now - today - can have lasting impact twenty to thirty years down the line. Retirement, LeVitre believes, has three distinct stages: planning for retirement, the process of retiring, and then actual retirement. Host Jordan Goodman and LeVitre explore the distinctly different types of decisions you make in each phase and how they link together to create a strong financial future.
Guest Bio: Ray LeVitre, author of “20 Retirement Decisions You Need to Make Right Now” and Managing Partner at Net Worth Advisory Group, has gained a unique perspective of the financial industry during his 19 years of experience. Ray worked as representative for Fidelity, as bank investment representative for Citicorp, and as insurance agent for Mutual of New York. Ray worked as a stock broker for Merrill Lynch before starting his own independent firm.
Guest: Josh Jalinski
Description: Host Jordan Goodman talks with financial advisor and investment specialist Josh Jalinksi about the importance and value of holistic financial planning, particularly over time. Holistic financial planning can combine financial planning, life goals and comprehensive planning. Jalinksi and Goodman discuss common money mistakes people make, why they happen and what you can do to prevent them as well as tax mitigation strategies that can be implemented to help maximize financial strength.
Guest Bio: Josh Jalinski has been selected as a Five Star Wealth Manager in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015. He was named as an Advisor of the Year finalist (only 5 are selected each year in the country) by Senior Market Advisor August 2010 magazine, a leading financial industry publication. He has also been selected for the Top of the Million Dollar Round Table, an association of financial professionals. Josh has attained elite status in the Top of the Table for eight years (only the top one-tenth of 1% make this category). Josh teaches people how they may be able to lower risk, minimize taxes, and maximize wealth! Josh is the host of the popular Financial Quarterback TM Show. He has been featured as an expert guest on numerous media sources including CNBC, Fox Business News, CBS News, and Bloomberg.
Guest: John Rubino
Description: What happens when every major society takes on too much debt? Is there a way forward other than economic depression or hyper inflation? Personal finance expert Jordan Goodman interviews John Rubino about Rubino's perspectives and insights into the current national and global economies and why Rubino believes that metals offer stability in times of rapid change and crisis.
Guest Bio: John Rubino runs the popular financial website DollarCollapse.com. He is author or co-author of five books, including The Money Bubble: What To Do Before It Pops and Clean Money: Picking Winners in the Green-Tech Boom. After earning a Finance MBA from New York University, he spent the 1980s on Wall Street, as a Eurodollar trader, equity analyst and junk bond analyst. During the 1990s he was a featured columnist with TheStreet.com and a frequent contributor to Individual Investor, Online Investor, and Consumers Digest, among many other publications. He currently writes for CFA Magazine.
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