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Rick Rule on Asia's boundless potential
October 18, 2017 12:50 AM PDT
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Rick Rule joins Peter Pham on his renowned Big Trade series. This excerpt made exclusively for One Road Publishing has Rick discussing Gold vs the USD and how all fiat currencies are in a race to the bottom.

He then goes into all things China, both in a historical sense and what the future outlook is for the country, especially in financial markets.

Commodity trading, in the context of Japan is touched upon before finishing on how everyone needs to pay attention to big governments, oligarchs and the elite.

There is a glimmer of hope, as Rick points out there are always opportunities for smaller guys to compete and do well, whether it is a fund like Sprott or an individual trader.

To listen to the full podcast and more check out our full series: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/thebigtrade

To learn more about investing in Asia, check out our research and publishing site: http://www.oneroadresearch.com/

One Road Podcast - Inquiry based learning excerpt
October 12, 2017 08:14 PM PDT
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The One Road podcast is the natural extension and adaptation from Peter Pham’s renowned Big Trade podcast series.

As the One Road motto goes, our questions are the most important thing we can use to learn. Indeed, A.I. progressively has all the answers we need. So how can we continue to progress, grow and educate in a high-level fashion? More and more it seems, that without a deep question, we may well and truly be lost.

Po-Shen Lo joins Peter for a wide ranging discussion on education, learning styles and how technology is changing the way future generations will acquire knowledge.

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To learn more about investing in Asia, check out our research and publishing site: http://www.oneroadresearch.com/

Kevin Kelly and how Tech is changing, literally, everything
October 12, 2017 03:28 AM PDT
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As I move forward in life and as a financial innovator and spokesperson, I reflect on the need to adapt and change. As such, my beloved Big Trade series will slowly begin to be rebranded as One Road.

This is to help showcase my fantastic new publishing company, One Road Research (http://www.oneroadresearch.com/)

How better to begin the rebranding than welcoming Kevin Kelly to my podcast. He is the founding executive editor of Wired magazine, writer, photographer, conservationist and student of Asian and digital culture. Our conversation ranges widely, from how technology is changing the asset landscape to Asia and it's upcoming role as a tech leader. Cryptocurrencies, the future of publishing and much more is discussed. Enjoy!

Kevin Kelly and Asia's Role as Tech Leaders
October 12, 2017 03:22 AM PDT
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This clip is an excerpt from One Road Research's full length talk with Kevin Kelly.

Kevin talks about how in the generations to come, Asia, with its youth, eternal optimism and growing population, will absolutely take over the west in terms of leadership. He goes on to speak about the current political discourse which needs to change in order for a global shift to occur.

Without a doubt, all directions currently point East.

To listen to the full podcast and more check out our full series: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/thebigtrade

To learn more about investing in Asia, check out our research and publishing site: http://www.oneroadresearch.com/

Ron Paul & Central Banks. ORP snippet
October 10, 2017 07:25 PM PDT
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This production is an excerpt from The Big Trade’s The Republic with Ron Paul. Ron shares his long experience in dealing with central bankers alongside some insightful tidbits of past discussions with Ben Bernanke, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve.

Discussing some of the issues involved with the modern banking system and factors relating to policy makers in relation to the moral hazard of the Asian Capital Development model (http://www.oneroadresearch.com/the-secret-asian-blueprint/)

A concerned discussion occurs with thoughts on Empire as well as on how financial markets will fare in the years to come.

In Asia, central banks tend to be little more than a branch of the government, adhering to the party line and enforcing technocrat edicts from up on high.

To listen to the full podcast: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/thebigtrade/episodes/2016-11-21T23_21_02-08_00

To learn more about investing in Asia, check out our research and publishing site: http://www.oneroadresearch.com/

To see the full Big Trade Series: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/thebigtrade

Innovations in Learning ft. Po-Shen Loh
March 02, 2017 06:20 PM PST
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Po Shen Loh, mathematics professor at Carnegie Mellon University and founder of expii.com joins The Big Trade series. Peter and Po start the conversation by talking about the concept of inquiry based learning. The pair then delves into the current state of the education system… touching on inequality in the system, testing and cognitive approaches toward learning. Next, Po introduces Expii – an app that encourages inquiry based learning. He explains how he designed the user interface, sequence of questions and the app’s navigation structure. Po concludes the conversation by giving advice on how math and rational thought concepts can be applied to business and finance.
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Immigration from Chaostan ft. David Gallup
February 15, 2017 12:54 AM PST
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David Gallup joins The Big Trade Series for the second installment of a two-part series on global citizenship. Peter and David begin by talking about obtaining citizenship through investment, particularly the EB5 program in the U.S, and other ways that people can become citizens of developed countries. Peter goes on to share his thoughts on Jewish refugees during World War II. Then they proceed to discuss immigration in times of war and the role immigrants play in the economic development of receiving countries. Next, the two exchange views on Donald Trump’s job retention policy. David concludes the episode by talking about how to obtain the World Passport.
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Big Trade ft. Porter Stansberry
January 23, 2017 11:02 PM PST
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Porter Stansberry, founder of Stansberry research, joins The Big Trade series. Porter starts off by talking about his new product, which focuses on analyzing the credit quality of companies in the United States to find “The Big Trade” opportunity. The conversation shifts to the U.S. presidential election; the two delve into which industries/sectors will be impacted under Trump’s presidency and the dynamics of the electoral process. Porter then shares his thoughts on primary education and parenting. This episode wraps up with Porter’ s top five book recommendations.

ZUGZWANG ft. Alisa Melekhina
January 17, 2017 01:20 AM PST
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Alisa Melekhina, one of the top female chess players in the United States and a professional litigator, joins The Big Trade Series to bring us business insight from a chess master’s point of view. Alisa starts the conversation by distinguishing strategy vs tactic and how chess can help develop these skills. She then talks about how the mindset of thinking ahead in a game of chess is also applicable in business. Peter then shifts the conversation to the rise of artificial intelligence and how computers have changed the chess world. Next, Alisa shares her experience as a litigator. Then, she delves into her chess tactics, including the first move advantage, the gambit move, and the castling move as Peter links these tactics to business practices. Alisa concludes the episode by naming a few influential chess players and sharing her thoughts on the financial reward of playing professional chess.
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A Borderless World ft. David Gallup
January 17, 2017 01:15 AM PST
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David Gallup, head of World Service Authority (WSA) joins The Big Trade Series. David starts the conversation by introducing his organization and describing how they help the United Nations spread its universal values and educate citizens in a globalised world. Peter and David then talk about the “World Passport,” which is the WSA’s best-known product. David explains how the “World Passport” facilitates international free travel and immigration. Their exchange on the “World Passport” is followed by discussions on various topics including the potential of a “global currency” that supports the idea of “world citizenship,” deglobalization trends around the world and the WSA’s funding status. David wraps up the episode by sharing his thoughts on refugees and what his organization does to alleviate their suffering.
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