What is Trump Walking Into When He Assumes Office?

Donald Trump has some pressing issues to deal with once he assumes office. January 16, 2017 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP 2017 is off to a bumpy start, and being that there’s still a few days before Donald Trump takes office, we can’t exactly blame him… yet… however, he will have quite a bit to contend with once he assumes office. Congress and Obama have been busy getting Trump’s welcome basket of issues ready, and it’s no small bundle.  By no means is this a comprehensive list, but it does touch on a few key and pressing issues. … [Read More...]

Interview: Michael Blank & Bobby Casey

January 12, 2017 Interview With: Michael Blank and Bobby Casey Real estate investor, Michael Blank interviews Bobby Casey about ways to protect your assets -- or what Bobby calls "sleep at night insurance".  Make sure to avoid common mistakes and poor structuring; learn more about irrevocable trusts; and learn how to protect the greatest asset: your identity and privacy! Michael Blank is a full time entrepreneur, investor, and coach.  You can learn more about his techniques and methodologies in apartment and multi-unit property inve … [Read More...]

Frexit: Is France the Next to Abandon the EU Ship?

With economic and bureaucratic frustrations mounting, France has growing support for abandoning the EU ship. January 9, 2017 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP There is a French presidential candidate that is looking to push a Frexit referendum similar to that of Great Britain’s. Marine Le Pen is the leader of France’s National Front. They are considered a “far-right” party of France. Since President Francois Hollande is not going for a second term in France, and their socialist party has yet to determine a candidate, it’s hard to say … [Read More...]

Cash Flow Diary Interview – Is Internationalization A Good Strategy?

January 6, 2017 Interview with J. Massey and Bobby Casey J. Massey is a successful real estate investor and entrepreneur.  He and Bobby have a lot in common, including seeking out opportunities to make, save and protect wealth. J. Massey explores the space on internationalization -- or geoarbitrage -- for opportunities as well as protection. I hope I was able to share some new information, or remind you of some old information here. Enjoy! Click here to listen...     … [Read More...]

Interview: 12 Minute Conversation w/ Engel Jones

January 4, 2017 Interview With: Engel Jones and Bobby Casey Engel Jones is an entrepreneur and life coach out of Trinidad, and he has a very motivating and personal conversation with Bobby Casey about what is at the crux of his nomadic, entrepreneurial ethic. Have a listen by clicking below!  It's 12 minutes of very relatable insights that is sure to keep that small business flame burning. Also, if you get a chance, visit Engel Jones' site: http://www.twelveminuteconvos.com/ to enjoy his other interesting con … [Read More...]

Time to Get Out of the Way of Small Business!

Small business is the backbone of the US economy. Time to stop blaming the competition and innovation they bring to the market place. January 2, 2017 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP The economic problems we have today fall squarely on the shoulders of regulators and policy makers. It’s time to stop blaming small business and competition and start embracing the mechanisms of the free market that have us moving forward despite the government. No matter where I go, I hear and see people complaining about real healthy market f … [Read More...]

2016 Year in Review

Looking back on 2016 a LOT has happened, not all of which was necessarily bad. December 26, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP 2016 was the year of the curveball. I dare say many people were shocked at some of the things that happened. I know I was. Here are some observations about 2016: Obama presidency is coming to an end. His administration has added roughly 81,640 pages of new regulations in 2016 alone. With a total of close to 230 major regulations and costing nearly $108 billion per year, our regulatory system … [Read More...]

Venezuela’s Economy Takes Another Hit

As the Venezuelan economy takes another hit when the 100 bolivar note is banned. December 19, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP Venezuela officially went off the economic deep end. The only way to describe it is that they’ve banned economics altogether. The Venezuelan bolivar is depreciating at free-fall speeds of 20% per month on average, and their government decides to ban the 100 bolivar note. If you thought that was bad for the rupee, where 100 note was worth around $7, imagine the disaster in Venezuela where there 100 note … [Read More...]

India Bans High Denomination Cash

India joins in global cashless policies, but it took a chaotic turn. December 12, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP Not that long ago, I wrote about Australia’s war on cash. India is also on board now! India’s approach to going cashless was quite extreme and a little different from those of Australia, Scandinavia, and the EU. For one thing, the latter countries are far more developed. With that development comes two major things: more people connected to a banking system and the poor not relying on larger bank not … [Read More...]

Globalization vs Protectionism

Globalization becoming the economic scapegoat of protectionists. December 5, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP Protectionism has become the newly embraced talking point of the political class. The disturbing part is, this marks the era of free trade and globalization becoming economic scapegoats. Never mind what the truth is: any two things that happen at the same time automatically are causally intertwined! This is the new line of “reason” passing for economic logic. It’s disturbing because it is, like many flawed policies, … [Read More...]

CalExit: California’s Attempt at Secession

What will California need to do for a successful secession? November 28, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP I have been a strong advocate and defender of secession movements. I encourage independence whenever and wherever possible. I was pulling for Scotland and I was happy for the UK when they succeeded in passing their referendum to leave the EU. Decentralization is a fantastic step toward freedom. These are charges typically – though not ALWAYS – lead by the right leaning parties. Certainly in the United States, secession i … [Read More...]

Wall St. for Main St. Post-Election Interview

Post-election interview with Bobby Casey and Jason Burack about the problems in politics that landed us with these results. November 23, 2016 Jason Burack of Wall St. for Main St. podcast interviews Bobby Casey about the post election climate, the corruption on both sides of the isle, and the coming wave of the cashless agenda.  They also discuss the challenges and benefits of diversification and being an expatriate.       Click here to schedule a consultation or here to become a member of our Insider pro … [Read More...]

Australia Following Cashless Agenda

Australia turns toward a cashless society but could that result in the banks getting too much control? November 21, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP In what appears to be one of the quickest U-Turns in currency history, Australia might give Sweden a run for its cashless money! It’s been just a bit over 100 years since Australia issued its first bank notes (around the same time the US instituted its Federal Reserve Bank), and now Oz is turning away from cash. Government wastes no time in pushing its agendas. For example, w … [Read More...]

Getting Back to Basics With Gold

Gold Still In A Bull Market. Why Fundamentals Outweigh Short-Term Market Gains. November 17, 2016 By: Claudio Grass, GlobalGold.ch 2016 is gold’s big bull run. The precious metal rose close to 20% this year, pushed by a summer rally that peaked on July 10th. But then, gold experienced a bumpy ride during the remainder of the summer, as investors were concerned about the Federal Reserve’s decision on the rate hike. This volatility was underlined by the immense uncertainty that prevailed in the gold market. “Trusting” the establi … [Read More...]

Post Election Strategies

This election season had a lot of people looking into expatriation and it's an idea worth exploring! November 14, 2016 By: Bobby Casey, Managing Director GWP The election results are in. It’s settled. Trump won the electoral vote. Hillary won the popular vote OF THE PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY VOTED. And “Did Not Vote” received the highest tally among the entire voting population of the US. Basically, less than 25% of Americans legally allowed to vote, decided who the next President of the United States should be. Nice right? … [Read More...]