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On the Road with Porter Stansberry
December 26, 2017 04:37 PM PST
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Porter Stansberry joins Peter for an intimate talk about family and the future. Porter opens about talking about his past as well as his family and how he approaches being a father. No one in the world owes you anything, which is a lesson he imparts to his sons. Anything that his kids will want they can have, but must go work for it.

One piece of advice he gives is to find a person who is as close to doing at what you want to achieve and do everything you can to work for them, even if its for free – but you need to bring something to the table for that person.

The conversation switches to the global economy and IP rights, as well as the morality behind a) stealing or b) borrowing/creating new from others. Porter has clear definitions of what is right from wrong. He goes on to discuss the impossibility of knowing how the massive amounts of money being created and credit will warp the world’s economy. The only thing that can be known is that the dislocations will be huge and they will fatal.

On the Road with Alvin Roth
December 04, 2017 01:20 AM PST
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Alvin Roth joins Peter for a lively discussion on how to create a matchmaking-market while also touching upon commodities and shares. The ever-changing attitudes on various subjects is also debated – mostly on how the things that are considered repugnant evolve and deviate over time in every society.

Alvin ends by speaking to the need for trade agreements to always try to look after the the so-called “losers.” That leaving certain countries high and dry is, in fact, not in the best interests of anybody.

On the Road with James Altucher
December 03, 2017 11:39 PM PST
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The One Road Podcast, broadcasting financial streams of consciousness

One Road Podcast uses relevant excerpts from Peter Pham’s excellent Big Trade podcast series and combines the excerpts into a nuanced take on our investment newsletter content.

The dynamic and wildly entertaining James Altucher joins Peter to discuss the road to success, how to be diverse in today’s world and speaks to the myth of specialization.

On the Road with David Morgan
December 03, 2017 08:42 PM PST
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The One Road Podcast, broadcasting financial streams of consciousness

One Road Podcast uses relevant excerpts from Peter Pham’s excellent Big Trade podcast series and combines the excerpts into a nuanced take on our investment newsletter content.

In this short excerpt from David Morgan’s talk with Peter, some questions revolving around platinum and palladium are brought up.

What we found most compelling in this interview was how David ended it, with a philosophical talk on how to prepare for the future and the inevitable collapse that will occur. No one is protected from financial markets, so learning what to invest in (silver and gold) is paramount to you and your family’s survival. Determining what financial freedom is for you is the question that hangs over all of our heads.

On the Road with John Perkins
November 29, 2017 07:54 PM PST
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John Perkins joined Peter Pham’s excellent Big Trade series for a frank discussion on just how messed up today’s economy is.

The then recent reveal of the Panama Papers acts as fuel for Peter and John to volley back-and-forth between the different viewpoints surrounding the current economic systems in place.

John speaks about his book, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, and about some of his alleged first hand knowledge about working for a cabal of special interest groups, including the US Government.

On the Road with Marc Faber
November 24, 2017 01:03 AM PST
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The One Road Podcast, broadcasting financial streams of consciousness

Marc gets right down to brass tax and addresses the controversy surrounding his recent comments in the media. A tremendous amount of time is spent tracing the rise and fall of empires and what those great societies added to our modern day world.

A cordial conversation continues with Marc delving into sound investment advice and speaks to the hypocrisy of (mostly) American pandering. In Marc’s view every government, the world over, is equally corrupt.

Marc ends with the thought that once you are a prisoner of the system it is very difficult to get out. Prisoners are good for governments as they help boost GDP. GDP, therefore, is not what one should use to measure how well a society is doing. A better indicator is the quality of living amongst the population.

On the Road with Robert Kiyosaki
November 20, 2017 10:04 PM PST
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Robert Kiyosaki joins the One Road Podcast for a frank discussion about real estate and how duped most of the general populace is when it comes to education and economics.

What constitutes as a real teacher is heavily discussed, as is Robert’s time and lessons learned from serving in the Vietnam War.

On the Road with Doug Casey
October 27, 2017 01:33 AM PDT
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The irascible Doug Casey Joins Peter for a romp through an Anti-Establishment quagmire.

Peter and Doug talk about how to be a modern day renaissance man, and how in doing so, helps your odds at speculating. Being an anarchist since 1971, it's not long before the subject switches to how awful all governments are as well as how institutional education will literally waste 4 years of your life.

The Fear of Missing Out > The Fear of Loss
October 23, 2017 03:31 AM PDT
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Simon Black joins Peter Pham to discuss a wide range of topics, including how the world is moving away from the USD, how to deal with China's rising power, how to invest off the mainstream grid and just how much our current financial system is broken (answer: very)

Simon is the founder of Sovereign Man, an intrepid traveler, investor and entrepreneur.

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.

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