Welcome back to another weekly edition of Capitalist Times Radio. Here’s what you’ll hear in this week’s episode:
A look at economic trends in Europe, Brazil and Latin America, Russia, China and Japan.
I discuss the potential upside for the Japanese stock market as the government and central bank implement quantitative easing on a grand scale and take aggressive measures to end deflation and promote economic growth.
One of my top stock ideas to play the recovery in Japan. (Read more here.)
CPA Amory Bodin explains why investors shouldn’t be afraid of the K-1 tax forms that high-yield, tax-advantaged master limited partnerships (MLP) issue every year. Bodin also highlights what some of the line items on the K-1 form mean for investors.
We invite listeners in the Miami area to our free Thanksgiving Cocktail Party starting at 6:30 PM at the Grove Isle Hotel & Spa sponsored by Capitalist Times Radio, The Money Man Report, 880 AM “The Biz” Radio and Florida Community Bank. We’ll discussing the latest outlook for energy and the broader stock market and Amory will be on hand to help investors get up to speed on handling their 2014 tax returns for MLPs. Call Sherry at 888-960-2759 for a free ticket as my guest or click here to learn more about this event and reserve your spot.
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