Cruisin’ for a Bruisin’: Life on the Sea

January 26th, 2015 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on Cruisin’ for a Bruisin’: Life on the Sea

It seems like cruise ships are always in the news for one thing or another—whether they’re sinking, flipping, or serving up a mass amount of sickness, cruise ships are a popular topic of conversation. Infamous writer David Foster Wallace immortalized his experience aboard with A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again and The Simpson’s […]

Murder and Mayhem Abroad

December 22nd, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on Murder and Mayhem Abroad

If you travel for business or for pleasure, you’re probably keenly aware of the kinds of problems you can encounter abroad. There are location-specific traveler schemes, pickpockets, and airport hassles. But there can also be more sinister dangers in some countries—crimes as dangerous as murder. The United Nations and the World Health Organization recently released […]

Use These Resources for Easier Travel

October 28th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on Use These Resources for Easier Travel

As we approach cooler weather, it seems that everyone is traveling a little bit more. Perhaps they’re moving toward cooler temperatures and a winter of hot chocolate and skiing. Perhaps they’re moving toward a warm beach and tropical drinks in the white sand. Either way, travel is increasing–which means money spent on travel is increasing. […]

A Brief Guide to Alternative Investments

October 14th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on A Brief Guide to Alternative Investments

Jason Hartman has talked a lot about how the stock market is simply a modern version of organized crime–stocks manipulated daily, fluctuating and changing as the sun rises and sets. As you probably know, Jason prefers the stability of income property. While businesses ebb and flow, the need for housing remains constant. Essentially, these type […]

Income During Retirement

June 25th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | 1 Comment »

While many of us dream of retiring early, most work past the age when they thought they’d be living on a beach, drink in hand. But that doesn’t have to be the case—there are tons of ways to make money even after you’ve left your fulltime job. If you’ve followed Jason Hartman’s advice, you’ve been […]

What is a Working Holiday Visa?

June 13th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | 1 Comment »

International travel can be confusing because the laws are constantly changing. It can be especially difficult to get from country to country. If you’re planning a luxury vacation for a week, a month, or longer, you’re going to want to get the laws straight. And, while many vacation for fun, people like Jason Hartman often […]

JS 46: Comparing Billions of Cheap Flights & Hotels with Martin Lumbye of Momondo A Global Travel Search Engine

October 15th, 2012 by Jason | Comments Off on JS 46: Comparing Billions of Cheap Flights & Hotels with Martin Lumbye of Momondo A Global Travel Search Engine

There is a saturation of travel search engines these days that will do everything from find a cheap flight to offering tips and advice on best hotels, restaurants and sights to visit.  So how does one stand out from the rest?  On this episode, Jason Hartman talks with one of Momondo’s partners, Martin Lumbye. Launched in […]

JS 44: Finding the Best Airfares with James Filsinger CEO of Yapta A Discount Airfare & Hotel Price Tracking Service

September 26th, 2012 by Jason | Comments Off on JS 44: Finding the Best Airfares with James Filsinger CEO of Yapta A Discount Airfare & Hotel Price Tracking Service

Jason Hartman is joined by Yapta President and CEO, James Filsinger to talk about how Yapta is able to save travelers millions of dollars in airfare and James demystifies the automated yield management systems used by airlines to establish pricing. James explains how the Yapta website works, from finding the best deal on a flight […]

JS 43: Building Your Financial Castle with Kevin Wessell President of the Hope for Congo Foundation

September 20th, 2012 by Jason | 1 Comment »

Kevin Wessell is the president of The Hope for Congo Foundation, which is dedicated to the belief that education is the best way to break the cycle of poverty to give children around the world hope for a brighter future. He believes that every child should have the opportunity to have an education. Mr. Wessell […]

JS 42: Travel & Security with Robert Landori NY Times Best Selling Author of ‘Havana Harvest’ & ‘Mayhem on the Danube’

August 17th, 2012 by Jason | 1 Comment »

A discussion about how the international travel is being adversely impacted by the global threat of terrorism. Robert feels the terrorism threat is very real, describing it as an easy way to have your way when you can’t have your way democratically. Robert advises people to travel light because of the long security lines in […]