Eric Sprott discusses the difficult week for the precious metals and mining shares but also looks ahead to where prices are likely headed from here.
Börspodden är nu tillbaka som vanligt igen. John har varit i Finland och är imponerad av landet. Han har dessutom hunnit med att gräva fram några intressanta finska bolag till portföljen. I veckans avsnitt tittar vi också på några eftersläntrare i rapportperioden. Lyssna!
This is a really, really important one for every one of you to hear. I sat down with Shane Nicolich, a fan who asked a very very good question at a keynote I gave that I invited to come hang out for a day at Vaynermedia. Shane has survived a traumatic brain injury, along with a host of other things, but has stayed positive throughout everything in his life. He's looking to further build his personal brand, so we sit down and charge right into his instagram, developing what I called the $1.80 strategy. Engagement is necessary in our world, so give this one a listen and start now. <3
Really really loved doing this interview on Bloomberg, diving deeper into why I think Facebook is such a good, valuable buy and my thoughts on investing in it & talking about why I think Jeff Bezos & Amazon are going to be bigger than imaginable.
This was the first of three fast paced keynotes I did while on my Asia tour a few weeks back, and I think these are all very different from the rest of the ones that I did - talking to a new audience, in a new market that I'm really focused on heavily now. I also talk really heavily on why you need to stop judging yourself based on other peoples' social media - you're only seeing what they're curating you to see.
This special live episode of #askgaryvee was recorded LIVE in Vaynermedia's London office, with pro footballer Daniel Williams - Daniel and I chop it up and talk about football, how he broke out into his sport, why influencers should be choosy about brand deals, and a ton more - Check out Daniel on Instagram at @chilliams23
There's a ton of misinformation & flat-out lies out there about how to live with purpose & passion. The average "guru" on the internet misleads people into thinking they're weird because they struggle with doubt, uncertainty & dissatisfaction. In this episode, I share the real truth about purpose & passion, walking you through questions to ask yourself, expectations to adjust, & practical habits to develop that will help you operate more confidently & intentionally in every area of your life.
Is quantum technology getting ahead of itself? And we look into what is being done to find a cure for celiac disease. Also, we explore random control trials and the placebo effect of sham surgery. Tim Cross hosts Music by Daniel Birch "Brushed bells in the wind" (CC by 4.0)
Anne McElvoy investigates the life of the Scottish philosopher now known as the father of modern economics. What does an author who died in 1790 have to teach us about trade wars and crony capitalism in the 21st century? And which American television villain kept a copy of “The Wealth of Nations” on his bookshelf? Music by Chris Zabriskie “Divider” (CC by 4.0 UK)
Loved loved loved being on Power 106 on the Cruz show, spitting fire about manifesting what you want & backing it up with the work, why entitlement and growing up with entitlement is a hinderance, the Fortnite explosion & a ton more - this was a FIRE segment <3 Check out The Cruz Show www.instagram.com/@iamcecevalencia and Power106: @power_106
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority deputy chair Helen Rowell says the banking watchdog prefers to operate behind the scenes rather than pursuing public enforcement action. Ms Rowell told the financial services Royal Commission that APRA was aware of risks that investors of any targeted fund might rush to liquidate their investment and destablise a fund. ABC's Peter Ryan says APRA confirmed it had not taken any enforcement action against a super fund since 2008.
What would the world look like if 50% of CEOs were women, and what would have to change to make this possible? We also consider a future in which drones police the oceans, making it harder to get away with lawlessness at sea. Tom Standage hosts Music by Chris Zabriskie "Candlepower" (CC by 4.0)
Have you ever hit rock bottom? Are you hitting rock bottom now? I get it. I've been there...in business & in life. Sometimes it's been my fault. Sometimes it hasn't. Well, listen...I can't explain this, but I've experienced it & I can tell you it's true: there's something really good about hitting rock bottom. In this episode, I give you three reasons why & urge you to wake up, rise up again, & dominate.
Are Turkey's currency troubles contagious? The weed-killer court case that could have worldwide impact. And why Tiger Woods still has the power to roar. Andrew Palmer hosts
Just because you're "middle aged" doesn't mean you're down and out... Of all times, now is probably the most practical time to start that business that you've always wanted to start; the kids are probably out of the house (or close) and you have so much extra time on your hands. Please understand that you still have half of your life in front of you. <3
This section out of a business meeting I had with Hip Hop artist Racks really shows the value you get in return for giving away your best shit for free - pure exposure. I dive into why free is the gateway to reaching an even broader audience & why it makes up the habits of true winning entrepreneurs.
David Burkus, a professor at Oral Roberts University and author of the book “Friend of a Friend,” explains common misconceptions about networking. First, trading business cards at a networking event doesn’t mean you’re a phony. Second, your most valuable contacts are actually the people you already know. Burkus says some of the most useful networking you can do involves strengthening your ties with old friends and current coworkers.
The global arms market is booming, and is tilting in the buyers’ favour. Also, how successful have the first 100 days back in power been for Malaysia’s Mahathir Mohamad? And the decline of public nakedness in Europe. Simon Long hosts
What's wrong with the world today? Like you, I get on the internet & social media & think, "WTF?" Like...it literally seems like society has become an insane asylum & the lunatics are running the place. Everybody is angry & resentful at everybody else. Well I heard a great story that provides a two word answer for what's wrong with the world. If we take that answer seriously, we'll all go a long way in fixing society...and our own lives.
Is there a bubble in technology? Goldman Sachs Research's Peter Oppenheimer doesn't think so. Despite the recent stumbles in some of tech's biggest names, the sector continues to dominate global stock indexes. "The thing that's really set apart [today's] technology revolution as we're seeing it expressed in the stock market since the financial crisis is that these companies have been very successful," says Oppenheimer. "They've been very dominant in terms of returns, but they've also been extraordinarily successful in terms of their earnings power, and their valuations have not become that extreme." Oppenheimer draws attention to just how large the tech sector has become by comparing tech companies' valuations to country GDPs and discusses the challenges facing today's most dominant players.
This podcast was recorded on July 19, 2018.
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