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This podcast covers growth investing in Canada and is dedicated to identifying the latest trends in technology and discussing ways Millennials can leverage them to better invest their time and money.

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Reformed Millennials Reformed Millennials

    • Business
    • 4.9 • 32 Ratings

This podcast covers growth investing in Canada and is dedicated to identifying the latest trends in technology and discussing ways Millennials can leverage them to better invest their time and money.

www.reformedmillennials.com

    #115 - How Instant-Commerce Will Disrupt Food Delivery Marketplaces, BVP Cloud Index, SBF on FTX, & Expensify S-1

    #115 - How Instant-Commerce Will Disrupt Food Delivery Marketplaces, BVP Cloud Index, SBF on FTX, & Expensify S-1

    Listen now | In this week's episode of Reformed Millennials, Broc and Joel talk about the trend of instant-commerce, so this is a whole layer of apps beyond the marketplaces we're familiar with like Doordash and Uber Eats that instead are vertically integrated so they own and operate their stores that serve a mile radius with a 15 minute or less wait time. One of the big themes on this topic is pricing and efficient markets and because of that we're going to start the conversation broad talking about the interview where Sam Bankman-Fired, he's the Founder FTX and also currently the richest in the world in under 30, talks about key functions of a perfect market. They go on to discuss why the current global supply chain issues might have created the perfect storm for this new Instant-commerce market and a couple examples of companies hit the hardest by that problem. And lastly get into a specific examples of instant-commerce apps in the space that you might be seeing in Canada soon, including one company that just raised a pre-seed round last week led by the former CEO of Sobey's.

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    • 45 min
    RM Founder Series - Dro Cannabis

    RM Founder Series - Dro Cannabis

    In this week's Founder Series episode of Reformed Millennials, Joel Interviews Dro Cannabis founder Damir Knezevic.

    As many listeners know, we love learning about marketplaces. The intersection of Cannabis and Marketplaces was so fun to learn about. Whether you are interested in the Cannabis market, or more interested in how a founder navigates one of the most heavily regulated industries in the world, this is the interview for you.

    Listen on Apple, Spotify, or Google Podcasts.

    If you aren’t in the Reformed Millennials Facebook Group join us for daily updates, discussions, and deep dives into the investable trends Millennials should be paying attention to.

    👉 For specific investment questions or advice contact Joel @ Gold Investment Management.

    Big Idea: Taking Cannabis Digital.

    Edmonton-based Dro is an e-marketplace that centralizes licensed producers, retailers, and clients on one platform. Damir and his team are making it simple and easy for brick-and-mortar retail to expand their customer reach.

    Over 3600 products to choose from:

    Dried Flower,

    Concentrates,

    Edibles,

    Pre-Rolls,

    Vapes, and more.

    How does the DRO cash register ring?

    Annual Subscriptions with a custom fee structure for their partners.

    5% of the pickup order subtotal

    pay-per-click model

    DRO vs. The Compeition

    Reformed Millennials Take

    Many of the smaller retailers don’t have the capital to build out an online presence. Nor do they have the time to maintain it. This has presented an opportunity for Dro.

    Retailers need customers and developing a brand in a market flooded with competition is difficult.

    The Cannabis marketplace is still very early and as the Canadian government learns about what works and what doesn’t, we are going to see many changes and iterations of policy. And for founders and entrepreneurs that are willing to move fast and break things, there is going to be a lot of money to be made.

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    • 30 min
    #114 - Why Oil $$ is the Only Chart that Matters, $UPST, $NET, The Closer, & Fractional Investing App Flahmingo

    #114 - Why Oil $$ is the Only Chart that Matters, $UPST, $NET, The Closer, & Fractional Investing App Flahmingo

    Listen now | In this week's episode of Reformed Millennials, Broc and Joel explore oil price as a proxy to inflation, the downside to the 2021 trend of everyone becoming an investor, a couple public companies from a Patrick Oshaughnessey thread of the best growth opportunities over the next 5 years (including Cloudflare and Upstart). And lastly we chat a bit about Dave Chappelle's closer special and an idea that the My First Million podcast calls the "girl next door side hustle".

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    • 47 min
    #113 - What 'Luxury Beliefs' Do You Subscribe To? Holding Facebook Accountable, Netflix as the King of Mediocre, & Big Banks as a Shrewd Source of Financing.

    #113 - What 'Luxury Beliefs' Do You Subscribe To? Holding Facebook Accountable, Netflix as the King of Mediocre, & Big Banks as a Shrewd Source of Financing.

    Listen now | In this week's episode of Reformed Millennials, Broc and Joel explore Rob Henderson's idea of luxury beliefs. We'll unpack three different examples of luxury beliefs from recent tech news - first on the back of the Instagram/Whatsapp outage people calling for the break-up of Facebook, second that the Netflix series Squid Game is actually a bad show, and lastly that we wouldn't be able to survive without meal prep or grocery delivery apps.

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    • 1 hr 2 min
    #112 - Facebook Files, History's Most Seductive Beliefs, and the Remote Work Trends Beyond Collaboration.

    #112 - Facebook Files, History's Most Seductive Beliefs, and the Remote Work Trends Beyond Collaboration.

    Listen now | In this week's episode of Reformed Millennials, Broc and Joel dive into the latest trends in the employment & HR space — aka. the knock-on effects of remote work. We start off at a high level with a warning on history's most seductive beliefs from Morgan Housel, zoom in on when that "narrative market fit" can be misleading and end with two specific examples of companies focused on the more operational side of this trend with things like workplace culture and data security.

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    • 50 min
    #111 - The Money Carousel Rotates, a Trudeau Minority, September IPOs to Watch and Canadian Tech Fundraising News

    #111 - The Money Carousel Rotates, a Trudeau Minority, September IPOs to Watch and Canadian Tech Fundraising News

    Listen now | In this week's episode of Reformed Millennials, Broc and Joel talk China, Crypto and Evergrande. The bad news is piling up but Joel does his best to help those concerned navigate this market. HINT HINT - watch the price of WTI and Nutrien. Near the end, they dive into Canadian start-ups and 2 businesses that young Millennials should consider working for if they’re interested in supercharging their careers.

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    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

justinevans ,

Consistent, Relevant, Interesting, Quality Content

The first podcast I listen to in my que!

Both Broc and Joel are fantastic in their roles. Broc’s ability to structure a conversation around key subject matter, while providing great examples to relate to for the masses, combined with Joel’s advanced knowledge and forward thinking makes for a fantastic listen. It’s the easiest way for me to feel informed on everything relevant to my life in the world of business and social trends.

Honest, humorous and straight-forward, you won’t go wrong giving this podcast a listen.

trevor and nellie ,

Awesome listen!

Keep up the good works, boys.

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