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The Gold Collar Investor

Sep 13, 2021

In today’s show, Pancham interviews Jimmy Morrison - award winning director for The Housing Bubble, and a film writer and director with Let Us Disagree Productions.

With his dream of being a film director, he dropped out of college and pursued his passion for film. After 10 years of investing time, energy, hard work, perseverance, and even almost went bankrupt, he has released a documentary film on the Housing Bubble that educates the people on what is really happening in our economy!

In this episode, Jimmy shares his adventures as he discusses why he focused on the housing bubble, what the documentary tackles, and what is next to come as he shares his upcoming film “The Bigger Bubble”. He will also discuss why asset prices keep going up, what would be the best asset to invest in, and more!

Listen and enjoy the show!



“That set me off and I kind of abandoned all my other film and music video projects and just focused for 10 years on making these 2 documentaries on The Housing Bubble and The Bigger Bubble that we think is yet to unwind.”

Timestamped Shownotes:

  • 0:38 - Pancham introduces Jimmy into the show
  • 2:13 - His journey and why he chose housing bubble for his film
  • 5:39 - What to anticipate in “The Bigger Bubble” film
  • 7:08 - How frequently printing money causes asset price inflation
  • 13:11 - Why you should invest on wherein you can hold to your wealth
  • 14:37 - How his films promotes economic discussions and education
  • 22:02 - Taking the Leap Round
  • 22:02 - His first investment outside of Wall Street
  • 23:48 - On dealing with his fears when filmmaking
  • 26:16 - His morning routine that helped him to be productive
  • 27:25 - His investment that didn’t work as expected
  • 28:28 - Various advices for rookie investors
  • 30:06 - Platforms you can connect with Jimmy

3 Key Points:

  1. With the constant printing of money, buying of mortgage and treasury securities, asset prices continue to rise and thus no one knows when it would come down.
  2. The future of the economy can’t be easily predicted as we can’t foresee human behavior and the Federal Reserve’s decisions.
  3. The film also looks at the economy’s history and its past crises in order to help viewers understand the current economic events that are happening today.

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