Washington, DC -- (ReleaseWire) -- 01/15/2014 -- Nationally Syndicated Financial Myth Busting Radio Show with Host Dawn Bennett, CEO of Bennett Group Financial Services, LLC, on January 12, 2014, interviewed Kishore Mahbubani, author, professor public policy at the National University of Singapore on the Coming Asian Dominance and why the former President of the United Nations Security Council thinks Americans should come to accept that Asia will dominate the future global economy.
The entire show is available for listeners free on-demand at http://www.financialmythbusting.com.
The show airs live on www.WMAL.com (http://www.WMAL.com) each Sunday at 11 am EDT. Dawn discusses educational topics and events in the financial news, along with her thoughts on the economy, financial markets, investments, and more with her live guests.
Listeners can call 855-884-DAWN as well as take podcasts on the road and forums for interaction. The show is a great complement to Dawn's monthly investing seminars that take place at Tysons Corner in McLean, VA, where she discusses investing.
"We strive to provide our American listeners insight into the global world of investing, challenge Wall Street and policy makers constantly in an effort to uncover the true state of the nation and the economy," said Ms. Bennett, who has been an investment professional for 27 years.
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