Rick Rule of Sprott USA joins us this week to discuss the precious metals, the mining shares and his investment strategies for the remainder of 2019 and beyond.
Vem har tur och vem har otur frågar sig Börspodden duon denna vecka. Johan berättar om en månads vistelse i Spanien och John har vandrat runt på Bromma Blocks. Inget lämnas åt slumpen. Vi måste också sluta respektera finbankerna tycker John som jämför dem med OW Bunker. Dessutom mycket snack om både datorspel, mobilspel och penningspel! Lyssna!
Eric Sprott discusses the latest events impacting gold and silver prices and also answers listener questions regarding some specific mining companies.
What's up podcast. Hope you're fired up on this amazing Monday. Brand new keynote from my most recent trip to Malaysia. Enjoy and tweet me @garyvee with any big takeaways!! Timestamps: 6:30 - Be self-less when creating content 16:30 - The reach on these platforms is real 26:10 - Don’t give with expectations 36:20 - Let the consumers decide, not you 41:10 - Why some people don’t agree with me 51:40 - Choose, live and adjust
Årets första och enda sommarpoddare är äntligen här. Börspodden träffar den mytomspunne Jan Emanuel Johansson. När man googlar “krokig livsresa” på nätet kommer denna man upp. Från ungdomsbrottsling till vinnare av Robinson till att ha en miljard inom räckhåll. Denna veckas podd är en resa, luta dig tillbaka och njut av den mycket frispråkiga Jan Emanuel Johansson.
Over the weekend, armed rebels overran Aden, the seat of Yemen’s internationally recognised government. They had defected from a loose, Saudi-backed coalition that looks increasingly shaky. The gaming business is huge, but isn’t yet part of the streaming revolution seen in films and music; who will become the Netflix of gaming? And, an update to a 1970s book on sexuality reveals much about modern female desire, and how it’s perceived. For information regarding your data privacy, visit https://www.acast.com/privacy
Denna veckan gästas vi av Christoffer och Carl-Henrik som är analytiker hos Aktiespararna. Det blir ett fullproppat avsnitt om favoritaktier inför hösten och reflektioner från rapportsäsongen. Vi pratar guld, räntor, rapportmissar och massa aktier! Lyssna in.
Podcast listeners - great news ... I am finally back in the US after 2+ weeks in Australia. Hope you're all doing well :). Today's episode is a Mompreneurs podcast I did in LA back in late July. A lot of really good parenting talk and some insight into how my parents helped me become the man I am today. Hope you enjoy and tweet me @garyvee to say hi Timestamps: 5:05 - Why is your self esteem wrapped up in your children’s accomplishments? 11 - Allowing other people’s opinions to dictate your actions needs to stop 17:20 - How I parents my children 24:15 - How my parents suffocated me in a good way 31:10 - I don’t to make my money on my audience 36:15 - If you need money you need to start flipping
Happy Sunday! Fun episode today that wraps up our Cannes series. I was on a panel with Brian Whipple, Steven Wolfe Pereira and Roxanne Taylor - we talked a lot about EQ in the workplace and the importance of being able to be yourself at work. Make sure to tweet me @garyvee :) Timestamps: 1 - Why is EQ important in the workforce today? 5:45 - Are corporations focusing on employee purpose? 11:40 - Finding the balance between practicality and the ambition of kindness within an organization 16:35 - Everything bad that happens at VaynerMedia is my fault 23 - You need to be able to be yourself at work 27:30 - Some of the biggest opportunities in the marketing industry
Podcast listeners, brand new keynote from a talk I did in Columbus, Ohio on July 16th. Thank you SkySprout for hosting such a great event, a lot of great Q&A about 30 minutes in. Check it out and tweet me @garyvee with any questions :) Timestamps: 4:30 - How Team GaryVee is similar to a football team 10 - Creating content at scale is a good business 17:30 - I want to do a 24-hour Q&A 27 - It’s not about which form of content is best, it’s which are you best at 33:15 - How much do you have to jab before you right hook? 40 - What would be the first position you’d hire today? 59:40 - Figure out how to change your bills 1:09:00 - Marketing in a regulated industry 1:18:00 - How to overcome fear
There is something that is rarely talked about in the business world and I want to start building more attention for it. That thing is self-awareness. I’m upset that the narrative these days is that everyone needs to be number one, own a company, be in charge. A lot of people are going to lose that way. Self-awareness allows people to recognize what things they do best so they can then go hard on those aspects of their life. It also helps you accept your weaknesses. What works for one person doesn’t work for everyone. I want people to learn to be at peace with themselves, to understand what they can offer, because everyone’s got something. The key, however, is learning how to find it. Self-awareness can help you do that. Self-awareness is being able to accept your weaknesses while focusing all of your attention on your strengths. The moment you decide to accept your shortcomings and bet entirely on your strengths, things will change. Trust me.
What's up podcast listeners - today you get to hear a new piece of content with my good friends CJ McCollum & Jordan Schultz. They hosted me on their podcast a few weeks back and I'm super fired up to share it with you. We jammed on greatness, how the outcome of the game comes down to a few plays and we even got CJ to give us his sleeper picks for next season. Enjoy and tweet us @garyvee @cjmccollum & @schultz_report with any questions Timestamps: 5:15 - How important is it to be able to adapt? 12:40 - How Gary’s passion for trading cards started? 16:30 - CJ McCollum’s NBA sleepers 31:30 - Situation affects greatness 38:30 - The outcome of the game comes down to a matter of a few plays 46:30 - Mindset matters 51:45 - Adversity leads to success on and off the field
Although financial markets tend to be explained largely in quantitative terms, human behavior still plays a major role in driving price action, says Sheba Jafari, head of technical analysis for Goldman Sachs’ Securities Division. Jafari, who looks at historical patterns to predict movements in markets, explains: “In my opinion, the mere fact that we have the existence of [asset] bubbles indicates that markets are still run by emotions -- fear, greed and hope.” Also in the episode, Jafari discusses the impact of AI and machine learning on trading decisions and her own unlikely path from film studies to finance.
Eric Garcetti, the mayor of Los Angeles, argues America’s second largest city benefits from being a melting pot. Anne McElvoy asks him how he is faring in tackling the city’s housing crisis and why he is not running for the Democratic nomination in 2020. They address allegations of racism in the White House and, in the wake of two mass shootings, how to curb gun violence in America. Also, could smooth jazz prevent traffic jams?
Whats up podcast listeners! Shout out to Jason for the intro on his last day. Today you get to hear a unique interview I did in Cannes in June with the Daily Lion - some great questions about Vaynermedia and our approach to advertising. Enjoy and tweet me @garyvee with any feedback. Enjoy your Saturday <3 Timestamps: 2:30 - I was a marketer who happened to be running a wine business 5:15 - It’s fun to be an enigma 8:15 - More independent agencies will help the ad industry 9:30 - Messages Gary wants to convey to the ad world 14:15 - “How are you going to make VaynerMedia more well known?” Patiently ;)
This audio track is from my latest video "The Most Important Word Ever" Watch the original here: http://youtu.be/PIJElPStJpg?list=UUctXZhXmG-kf3tlIXgVZUlw
The 2017 tax overhaul created incentives for investing in certain low-income communities across America, or "opportunity zones" as they're called. In this episode, Margaret Anadu, head of Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, explains the opportunity zone investing landscape and the role of private capital in revitalizing struggling communities. "There's no way we're going to change the situation in low-income communities and bring back all of that opportunity without the investment of private capital," Anadu says.
This podcast was recorded on May 7, 2019.
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