Jason Hartman starts this episode of The Creating Wealth Show with a candid discussion about some internal workings in his business, properties in Indianapolis and Memphis. The disastrous political policies that lead Detroit into economic devastation and high crime rates. Jason Hartman interviews Keith Fitz-Gerald, the Chairman of The Fitz-Gerald Group and Chief Investment Strategist at Money Map Press.

A bestselling financial author, Keith’s investment perspective is a daily feature for more than 500,000 Money Morning subscribers in 35 countries. A frequent commentator for financial news outlets including Fox Business, Bloomberg, CNBC Asia, Cavuto, Varney & Company, BNN, MarketWatch, and others, Keith Fitz-Gerald is among an elite handful of world-recognized experts on global investing.

Keith tours constantly on the financial lecture circuit alongside other legendary investor analysts including Jim Rogers, Steve Forbes, and Dr. Mark Faber and was lauded as a “Business Visionary” on the recent Forbes.com list. His engaging style and remarkable predictive record resonates with his audiences in North America, Europe, and Asia; investors and business leaders eager for Keith’s insights into how colossal global economic, social, and political trends are disrupting the paradigms of the last 50 years to create the most extraordinary investment opportunities of our lifetimes.

The investment community praised Keith’s recent book Fiscal Hangover (Wiley) as “Essential reading for every serious investor” and “A brilliant, spirited explanation of the origins of the current mess and more importantly how you can cleverly turn the chaos to your advantage.”. His upcoming book Tomorrow (Sutton Hart 2012) spotlights today’s global trends and offers a road map for business leaders and investors to profitably navigate the turbulent waters of unprecedented global change.

Episode: CW 274: Global Change & Fiscal Hangovers with Investor Analyst Keith Fitz-Gerald of Money Map Press

Guest: Keith Fitz-Gerald

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