While the world’s financial markets are in turmoil, one Stanford PhD suggests otherwise. Dr. Paul Sran from CA relishes opportunities in down, volatile, uneasy market conditions. We recently sat down with a renowned business expert, Dr. Sran, who has created more substantial wealth for clients during challenged times than the so-called financial gurus. We asked the Stanford Ph.D. why the market is struggling to recover.
Dr. Sran states it’s not necessarily the markets that are struggling its hyperinflation. When the cost of goods exceeds one’s means to purchase for their respective households. It causes our great Americans alike to rethink their spending habits. Which, in turn, is a spiral effect as less monies is poured into the respected markets whether it’s retail or commercial. When Americans are cautious due to rising fuel costs and everyday essentials it’s a clear sign and formula for hyperinflation.
As we here at the Weekly continued to absorb valuable information from Dr. Sran, we asked Dr. Sran about concerning rising interest rates. Dr. Sran stated we need to correlate rising interest rates to declining demand. When rates continually rise, few Americans will have interest in purchasing a home. There is a fine line between supply and demand with rising rates. Demand will dwindle as rates rise, and there is no secret here, states this renowned financial analyst. Trying to stabilize a balance sheet by raising rates will detour buyers as they will have second thoughts about purchasing a home. This is why we are seeing more and more home buyers canceling their purchases during the escrow.
We continued to ask the Dr. Sran what it would take for America to get back on track from a financial crisis. Dr. Sran continued by stating one word, “Jobs”. We asked the Dr. to elaborate on this thought. Dr. Paul Sran states we continually outsource our valuable jobs from outside the country. We, at one time, were an automotive powerhouse in Detroit. Today, we source and build cars from outside countries. When expenditures exceed incoming revenues, it will equate to a climbing national debt.
National debt will continue to rise as American jobs are being transferred abroad. These skilled positions are crucial for our economic growth. We need to keep our labor force here. Only then will Americans continue to spend locally. Americans enjoy purchasing American-made goods unfortunately, this option is becoming scarce. Goods and services are the lifeblood of any country. We must remember this debt was not accumulated overnight it will take some time. But we must start now states this 7-figure world-renowned mentor who has personally created 284 millionaires in the mere span of 4.5 years.
Dr. Sran clearly states wealth is a tool for the greater good in this world. Wealth allows us to give back to society and make it a better place for generations to come. Wealth isn’t about purchasing lavish items one can live without. With success comes responsibility states this renowned business expert. When Jesus Christ God himself trusts you with his wealth we must hold ourselves accountable daily by being a good stewardess. A person can never outgive God all mighty. He hasn’t lost once till this day. When much is given, much is expected. When you leave this earth one day no one is going to remember how many parties you hosted but they will surely remember how many lives you impacted.
While the rest of the world continues to live in uncertainty this millionaire creator takes a different approach in building generational wealth for his clients. There is an old saying “if you help enough people obtain what they want in life, it will be surely return to you in abundance. Society truly needs more mentors as the Dr. Let us learn from his decades of experience. Dr. Sran goes on to say “Our daily lives is influenced by what is outside our realm, but we can control what is inside our realm” states this Stanford Ph.D. in his closing statements.
Now for our most important question for Dr. Sran about returning for a follow up interview? The Stanford Ph.D. stated he will gladly return in 2 years to update us on the current financial forecast and economic events. We anxiously await our next interview with California’s own finance genius.