Take “The Donald” Seriously? Yes, and Here’s Why.
The Donald built his empire on other people’s money. Yet when he failed, he bailed—leaving other people high and dry. Now, he’s come back for more.
September 9, 2015
Phil J. Anderson
Economic Consultant
I was a businessman. I give to everybody. When [the politicians] call, I give. And you know what? When I need something from them, two years later, I call them and they are there for me... and that’s a broken system.
—Donald Trump

Have you ever seen a former US Presidential candidate announce to 50 million voters that they are being conned? Or say that the political system is rotten to the core, a big scam crooks and cronies run?

That’s what Donald Trump did. The above quote is from a recent Republican presidential debate.

And if you’re like me, you probably feel compelled to read and follow everything in the press about Mr Trump.

So take a watch of this Trump documentary. View it here before it disappears yet again.

Trump didn’t want anyone to see it when it was released back at the beginning of the ‘90s. So he ‘banned’ it. You can read about the suppression of the original video, here. The documentary is 82 minutes. That’s fairly long.

Trailer: “Trump: What’s the Deal?”

I’m certainly well aware just how time poor everyone is these days. But besides Donald Trump, it’s got absolutely everything in it to help you learn about the real estate cycle. In fact I consider it a ‘must view’. Watch the video with everything I have shown you about the real estate cycle at the top of your mind.

As Trump himself says about the task of real estate work:

  • No money down.
  • Juggle the facts where necessary.
  • Use your political connections to the utmost.

And as my dear friend Roy pointed out, it shows how understanding land leads to power. I replied that it also shows today how outdated the game of Monopoly has become.

The real estate game is now much more about the ‘control’ of an asset, not ownership. So we’ll sure be in for some interesting times, should Mr. Trump actually make it to the Oval Office...

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Phil J. Anderson
Economic Consultant

PHILLIP J. ANDERSON is an Australian economist, businessman and internationally acclaimed commentator. He is widely regarded as the foremost expert on business, real estate and commodity cycles. Anderson graduated from RMIT University in 1985 with a degree in accounting. He is founder and managing director of Economic Indicator Services (EIS), an economic forecasting service operating out of London and Melbourne. Phil is the author of The Secret Life of Real Estate and Banking and also writes for Agora Inc., founded in 1979 and headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, and one of the largest and most successful consumer newsletter publishers in the world.