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  • Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 9.21.18
    Sprott Money News

    Eric Sprott discusses the week that was in precious metals and looks ahead to next week's FOMC meeting.

  • Avsnitt 265 - Fotfolkets revansch

    En grupp daytraders går emot självaste Nasdaq vilket inger hopp hos fölket. John möblerar om i sin preffportfölj och Johan bryter ned H&Ms försäljningsrapport. Dessutom har John hittat ett bolag som Johan aldrig skulle investera i, vilket i och för sig inte är så svårt, men ändå. Det är också tio år sedan finanskrisen och traumatiska minnen kommer upp. Lyssna!

  • Sparpodden 254 - Bli rik och fri med Aktier

    Träffa investerarna Arne "Kavastu" Talving och Marcus Hernhag i veckans avsnitt. Två egentligen rätt olika investerare med olika sätt att hitta morgondagens vinnaraktier. Vi går igenom deras lärdomar och strategier. Det bjuds på både skratt och bra investeringstips i veckans podcast och dessutom får du reda på varje Arne har Alexander som förebild på börsen. Sparpodden 254. Vad vill DU veta mer om? Ställ fråga på Twitter under hashtagen #sparpodden, eller i sharevillegruppen #sparpodden Hjälp oss växa podden genom att sprida i sociala medier!

  • Advice For Your Late 20's | Raw Audio

    Really enjoyed writing this article about what I did in my late 20's and how I felt it was a pivotal part of my life - reflecting on what I did and what I'd do differently, but also talking about my points of view on what your options are in your late 20's.

  • Insurance industry chief lobbyist Sally Loane grilled on shady industry practices

    Financial Services Council chief executive Sally Loane has been unable to answer certain questions about conduct in the sector and has been grilled by senior counsel assisting Rowena Orr QC. Earlier, Insurance Council of Australia chief executive Rob Whelan conceded there has been inappropriate behaviour by car sales staff in the pushing of "add on" insurance to often vulnerable consumers. ABC's Peter Ryan is covering the Royal Commission.

  • Why Entrepreneurship Is Becoming Cool | An Interview For Bay St Bull in Toronto

    This interview I did in Toronto a little while back was really fun, focusing around being an immigrant, culture, the reason entrepreneurship is becoming cool, and the reason that influencers are such a hot term & tool right now -  really cool little interview that I think a lot of you will love. Read the full article here: Check out Bay St Bull:  Instagram/Twitter: @BayStBull Facebook: Bay Street Bull Photographer: @FranciscoGarciaStudio Direction: @mrlancechung @salitabacchi Writer: @writtenbychrismetler

  • The Importance & Definition Of "Speed"

    Speed... is one of the big things that I push as an incredibly important factor when running a business & pushing out content - taking forever for something to be perfected, especially when it's a piece of social content ... it's more important to be timely than it is to "perfect" something, and this mashup expands on this ideal <3 

  • #AskGaryVee 291 | Beth Comstock

    Super super excited for this episode with my close friend Beth Comstock, former Vice Chair of GE - Beth's new book is out now, so we're super excited to have her come in and talk about what it means, how she became one of the most powerful execs ever & a we answer a few questions - complete FIRE in this one   Pre order Beth's book right here:

  • LEADERSHIP: The Dichotomy It Takes To Dominate, ft. Jocko Willink, with Andy Frisella - MFCEO264
    The MFCEO Project

    Jocko Willink is among the best in the world on the subject of leadership & in this episode he joins me to talk about his new book "The Dichotomy of Leadership." We talk about the opposing qualities that leaders need to develop, as well as Jocko's tactics for dealing with lack of confidence, overly inflated egos, & a ton of other situations & challenges a leader will face with any team or business on the planet. This is as thorough an education on leadership as you're going to less than 90 minutes.

  • The Economist asks: Steve Bannon
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    As part of the Open Future festival Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist, discusses how his economic protectionism could result in price rises for US consumers and why he thinks that’s ok. Also, are there any ultra populists in Europe too right-wing for his movement? His advice to Boris Johnson on Brexit — and his disagreements with Ivanka Trump. Anne McElvoy hosts. Music by Chris Zabriskie, “Divider” (CC by 4.0 UK)

  • Chopping It Up With PRODUCT HUNT's Ryan Hoover & Lightspeed Ventures' Aaron Batalion

     I sit down with Lightspeed Ventures partner Aaron Batalion and Product Hunt founder Ryan Hoover to talk about their backgrounds in coding and development, how entrepreneurship is blending together into tech culture, and our thoughts on emerging cryptocurrency.

  • The One Skill That Is the Foundation of My Success

    I understand what you're going to do before you do it. That's why I've been able to become successful. I understand attention and where the market is going which is why I'm able to capture that and push it towards sales, brand awareness, or any other area.

  • Babbage: Up in smoke
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    Are e-cigarettes the answer to giving up tobacco smoking? And SpaceX revives its plans to send tourists around the moon. Also, we speak to Zia Chishti of Afinity about the role of artificial intelligence in business. Kenneth Cukier hosts

  • Money talks: Tariffic!
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    More Trump tariffs, how is China likely to retaliate? Historian Lord Skidelsky challenges mainstream economic ideas. And the hopes and hurdles for South Korean businesses eyeing up opportunities in North Korea. Philip Coggan hosts.

  • Advice for 20 Year Old Entrepreneurs

    This fire little clip from a meeting I had earlier this year really sparked some good points - if you're young and terrified that you don't know what you want to do, just taste everything you possibly can. 

  • The Secret History of the Future: Fork Fashions and Toilet Trends
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    It took a long time for the fork to go from weird curiosity to ubiquitous tool. How long will it take for current technologies—like the Japanese-style bidet toilet, or heads-up displays such as Google Glass—to go from oddities to everyday necessities? Guests include: Astro Teller, Google’s Captain of Moonshots; Margaret Visser, author of "The Rituals of Dinner".

  • The week ahead: Beware Bolsonaro
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    Could the result of the upcoming elections in Brazil threaten its democracy? And how Shinzo Abe, Japan’s prime minister, has been too slow and timid with reforms. Also, Cuban bees are busy living the high life. Simon Long hosts

  • Tasting menu: Audio highlights from The Economist's Open Future season
    The Economist
    News & Politics

    A special episode marking the culmination of the Open Future initiative, launched this year to celebrate 175 years since The Economist's founding to remake the case for liberal ideals. Featuring contributions from James Comey, Angelina Jolie and Bjorn Ulvaeus from ABBA. Anne McElvoy hosts.

  • Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 9.14.18
    Sprott Money News

    Eric Sprott discusses the latest data on the U.S. economy, the trend in the U.S. dollar and a possible floor for precious metal prices.

  • Allianz executive agrees insurer had poor attention to compliance and customer consequences

    Allianz chief risk offer Lori Callahan admits the insurer had poor attention to compliance and customer consequences of misleading website information. Ms Callahan said there were potentially hundreds of incidents logged since 2012. Away from the Royal Commission, Dover Financial director Terry McMaster says the corporate regulator ASIC has a vendetta against him. Mr McMaster collapsed on the witness stand in May while being grilled at the Royal Commission.