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Nobody has your back when it comes to your health, wealth, or happiness. But this is great news — because it puts you in the driver’s seat. Join Jay Martin, investor and CEO of Cambridge House, as he dissects the minds of thought-leaders from around the world with expertise in money management, geopolitics, macro finance, commodities, technology, and any emerging trends you should be paying attention to. Jay's mission is to cut through the noise and get to the signal, so he can find the most lucrative investment opportunities. Tune in every Sunday for conversations that will challenge the way you think, the way you invest, and that might just change your life. 

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Nobody has your back when it comes to your health, wealth, or happiness. But this is great news — because it puts you in the driver’s seat. Join Jay Martin, investor and CEO of Cambridge House, as he dissects the minds of thought-leaders from around the world with expertise in money management, geopolitics, macro finance, commodities, technology, and any emerging trends you should be paying attention to. Jay's mission is to cut through the noise and get to the signal, so he can find the most lucrative investment opportunities. Tune in every Sunday for conversations that will challenge the way you think, the way you invest, and that might just change your life. 

    David Rubenstein: Power, Politics, and Private Equity

    David Rubenstein: Power, Politics, and Private Equity

    David Rubenstein is a co-founder and co-chairman of The Carlyle Group, one of the world’s largest and most successful private investment firms ($276B under management). He has directly advised former President Jimmy Carter, written best-selling books, and interviewed the world's most influential people for his Bloomberg series; including George W Bush, Bill Clinton, Oprah, and Jeff Bezos. David discusses his journey to becoming one of the world's most influential people and shares his thoughts on the state of America, the best investments for the next decade, and his advice for living a full life. He provides insight into power in Washington throughout history, and offers his perspective on social unrest and education in the US. We discover how The Carlyle Group changed private equity, discuss investment trends, and touch on a myriad of other subjects including crypto, healthcare, software, and advice for living a full and successful life. David’s resume could not possibly fit in these show notes or be covered in today’s episode, and the questions we could have asked him were endless. We tried to fit as much as possible into our hour, and hope you learned something valuable from one of the best in politics, business, and media.  
    To get more from David, check out The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations at bloomberg.com/peer-to-peer and visit davidrubenstein.com. Be sure to pick up a copy of his latest book, The American Experiment: Dialogues on a Dream. 
    Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

    • 52 min
    Robert Kiyosaki: Lessons from History, Preparing for the Crash, and Playing the Game

    Robert Kiyosaki: Lessons from History, Preparing for the Crash, and Playing the Game

    Investor, Entrepreneur, Financial Education Advocate, and “Rich Dad Poor Dad” author Robert Kiyosaki joins Jay to discuss the impending depression, how the events of August 15th 1971 inspired him to question things, real estate, mining, and the games played in Vancouver. He discusses generational differences and relying on a 401k, and Jay gets his thoughts on the inflation vs deflation debate. The most successful investors know that fortune is made during a crisis and Robert believes that you need to be shifting your mindset to prepare for the next crash, today. Lastly, he posits Corona is the scapegoat that will be used to blame the upcoming market crash. From this interview it’s clear that Robert ultimately wants you to remember one lesson; the bull walks up the stairs and the bear goes out the window.  

    To get more from Robert, follow him on Twitter @theRelKiyosaki and head to richdad.com. 
    Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

    • 56 min
    Gerald Celente: Political Atheism, Whole Health, and The Future of Big Tech

    Gerald Celente: Political Atheism, Whole Health, and The Future of Big Tech

    Gerald Celente, founder of the Trends Research Institute and publisher of the Trends Journal, delivers a scathing criticism of big banks, pharma, tech, politicians, and the military industrial complex. Gerald talks about the death of ingenuity in the US and the rise of China through the rest of this century, highlighting the Belt and Road initiative. Gerald is a political atheist, unencumbered by political dogma, rigid ideology, or conventional wisdom. He opens up about his physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial preparation for life; taking a whole health approach. Celente and Jay also discuss the 4 groups Celente says are running the world, the future of big tech (which is one of them), and what Celente believes to be the way out. 
    To get more from Gerald, follow him on Twitter @geraldcelente and visit trendsresearch.com 
    Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

    • 55 min
    Dr. Christopher Ryan: Institutions, Tribalism, and Coming of Age

    Dr. Christopher Ryan: Institutions, Tribalism, and Coming of Age

    Dr. Christopher Ryan is the author of two amazing and polarizing books: Civilized to Death, and Sex at Dawn. He is also the host of the podcast Tangentially Speaking. Dr. Ryan discusses what motivated him in his books, and if now is really the best time to be alive, like most of us assume. He seeks to understand humanity and the decisions we make through an unfiltered lens. In this episode, Dr. Ryan highlights parallels between the social unrest we’re experiencing today with the evolution from hunter gatherer to agricultural societies. He also posits when structures fall, we see people coming together (though we’re taught to assume the opposite). He briefly discusses Bitcoin; that to him is a colossal amount of energy used to do nothing. Lastly, the two discuss the reality of insurance, which Dr. Ryan says demonstrates how every possible thing that could be monetized, is. Jay believes that part of being a great investor means identifying your own biases and social conditioning to uncover your blind spots, so we hope you're able to take something new from this conversation, and enjoy it as much as we did. 
    To get more from Dr. Christopher Ryan, you can follow him on Twitter @ThatChrisRyan or visit his website chrisryanphd.com. 
    Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Raoul Pal: Bitcoin, Emerging Markets, and the Death of Macro Investing

    Raoul Pal: Bitcoin, Emerging Markets, and the Death of Macro Investing

    Jay is joined by founder/CEO of The Global Macro Investor and co-founder and CEO of Real Vision, Raoul Pal. Raoul is also the former Head of European Hedge Fund Sales at Goldman Sachs, and former Portfolio Manager, GLG Global Macro Fund. Raoul is one of the brightest minds in micro finance, and this conversation was a real treat. He provides an update on his unfolding thesis, which he says changed because the FED backstopped the credit markets. The two also discuss his portfolio, (at the time 98% of his liquid assets were invested into crypto currencies), asset allocation strategy, time horizons, and more. They get into the death of macro, emerging markets trade and gold, and the global debt jubilee; a speculative concept of which there is no way to predict its likelihood to occur.  
    This episode was recorded on January 8th 2021 for the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference #VRIC21. 
    To get more from Raoul, follow him on Twitter @RaoulGMI. 
    Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

    • 33 min
    Frank Giustra: The Entertainment Industry, The Gold Market, and Quantum Physics

    Frank Giustra: The Entertainment Industry, The Gold Market, and Quantum Physics

    Jay is joined by Chairman of Fiore Group of Companies, co-chair of the International Crisis Group, and founder of Wheaton River (now Goldcorp), Frank Giustra. Frank is a modern-day renaissance man, having founded Lionsgate Entertainment, Modern Farmer, Dominica Fiore, and a long list of other ventures. Frank describes the experience leaving Yorkton Securities to start Lionsgate Entertainment and the challenging years that follow, as well as the core lessons he learned along the way. He opens up about how he manages to live a balanced life filled with friends, family, and food, despite the empire he built that could be all-consuming. The two also take a deep dive into the gold market. They touch on Frank’s rules for evaluating gold stocks, and why gold should be part of your portfolio. Jay also asks about his interest in quantum physics and quantum mechanics, which suggests that reality as we know it is not actually how it works. Lastly, as co-chair of the International Crisis Group, Frank leads one of the foremost organizations in the world for mediating and resolving global conflicts. He speaks to the tremendous value of this organisation as the two close out their conversation. Frank has dedicated the rest of his life to philanthropy, mentoring, and learning. 
    This interview was recorded on November 21st 2020.
    To get more from Frank, visit frankgiustra.com and follow him on Twitter @Frank_Giustra. Also be sure to learn more about his anti-poverty initiative, Acceso, and the International Crisis Group focusing on preventing deadly conflicts. Check out his blog posts, including Tell to Win and How to Live a Balanced Life.  
    Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

    • 58 min

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Intelligently articulated and Incredibly insightful interviews

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