My guest in this episode is Greg Mannarino. Known as “The Robin Hood Of Wall Street,” Greg is an active/full time trader of the capital markets with a world-wide following. He became interested in “Wall Street,” like many others at the time, in 1987 after seeing the movie Wall Street with Michael Douglas. Around that time he was able to get an entry level position, then subsequently to the trading floor, at the now-defunct bank Bear Stearns, but within a relatively short time realized that working on Wall Street was not like the movies and he moved on. He went on to get a medical degree and practiced medicine as a Physician Assistant beginning in 1996, and is now retired from practice. Greg also served in the United States Naval Reserve Medical Service Corps, having attained the rank of Lieutenant. He published a book on casino Blackjack strategies and has been banned from playing the game in Las Vegas casinos.
612: Spencer Hilligoss: The Predictability Of Passive Investing
My guest in this episode is Spencer Hilligoss. Spencer is an active syndicator, real estate investor and executive leader for two real estate businesses. His own company, Madison Investing, has co-sponsored deals totaling more than 3000 units more than $328M. Spencer is also a technology leader with a 13 year track record of building high-performing…
611: Scott Choppin: Top Trends Impacting Workforce Housing
My guest in this episode is Scott K. Choppin. Scott is the Founder of the Urban Pacific Group of Cos. Scott oversees all operations of the Urban Pacific family of companies, including business development, capital acquisition, and strategic planning. Prior to forming Urban Pacific, Scott was Director of Land Acquisition for the Multi-Family Development Division…
610: Thanh Pham: How To Multiply Your Time
My guest in today’s episode is Thanh Pham. Thanh is the Founder and Managing Director of Asian Efficiency. He is considered to be one of the top thought leaders in the productivity industry and he has been featured in Fast Company, Inc.com, Forbes, Huffington Post, and The Globe & Mail. On a day-to-day basis, he…