In this episode, Preston and Stig talk to the Billionaire owner of the Atlanta Hawks basketball team, Jesse Itzler. During this interview, Jesse talks to us about his new book, Living with the Monks. Jesse's incredible experience captures the essence of what makes the spiritual life of being a Monk so important. He shares what he learned and what others can learn from this unique experience.
Recorded | 20 May 2018
In this episode, Preston and Stig talk to the world renown economist and central banking expert, James Rickards. Jim is the New York Times Best Selling Author of books like Currency Wars, The Death of Money, and A New Case for Gold. During this episode, Jim talks about crypto, insider discussions with FED officials, and artificial intelligence.
Recorded | 13 May 2018
In this episode, Preston and Stig talk to the world renown economist and central banking expert, James Rickards. Jim is the New York Times Best Selling Author of books like Currency Wars, The Death of Money, and A New Case for Gold. During this episode, Jim talks about central banking policy, tax cuts, and crypto.
Robert J. Shiller shares his opinion that cryptocurrency is one in a long line of attempts to revolutionize currency, all of which have failed because they represent “deep yearning for some kind of revolution in society.”
With a new study showing smaller hedge funds tending to outperform, why do most assets under management gravitate to the more considerable funds? Hedge fund marketer Don Steinbrugge shares his thoughts.
Investors are seeing turmoil in the capital markets and a decline in US interest rates, including at the short-end. Some are suggesting that markets have become less confident of Fed hike next month. Here's why.
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Starbucks Corp appealed to customers for forgiveness in a controversy over alleged racial profiling on Tuesday, saying its behavior toward two black men last month had been reprehensible as it closed 8,000 U.S. stores for anti-bias training.
A comprehensive intrinsic value assessment of Thor Industries Inc, Thor Industries Inc., an American based manufacturing company whose principal business involves the manufacture and sale of recreational vehicles.
Bond markets are yet again driving equities this morning, after political instability in Italy increased, sparking a global stock selloff today as UK markets opened after a Bank Holiday and US markets reopen after the Memorial Day weekend.