Category: Podcasts

Centralization vs. Decentralization
Podcast
Chris MacIntosh

Centralization vs. Decentralization

While the 20th century unequivocally belonged to the centralization of resources and capital, both human and monetary, we are now undergoing a shift of seismic proportions in the 21st century. And understanding this is so utterly crucial to your personal wealth. The issue of decentralization is one of the most important

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Seeking Opportunities In Turbulent Markets With Grant Williams
Podcast
Chris MacIntosh

Seeking Opportunities In Turbulent Markets

I recently recorded a conversation with one of the most genuine, successful and intelligent human beings I have the pleasure of knowing. Grant Williams is a seasoned investment veteran having spent over 30 years in the markets – from New York to Tokyo and many places in between. Together with Raoul

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Busy Street
Podcast
Chris MacIntosh

Safety First: Disrupting the Security Industry

Paris. Beirut. Egypt. San Bernardino. These are just a few of the terrorist attacks that happened over the past few weeks. Terrorism is making headlines again while ISIL makes for a great conversation starter. The threat today seems more real than ever, despite more than $1.7 trillion spent on fighting terrorism over the

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Colombia
Podcast
Chris MacIntosh

KISS in Colombia

KISS… You’ve likely heard the acronym used before: Keep it simple, stupid! It can be applied to anything in life, except for perhaps keeping one’s wife happy which is why man invented quantum physics. I was reminded of this when a friend recently began complaining about his very expensive luxury imported

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Mongolia
Podcast
Chris MacIntosh

Mongolia – Finding Its Feet Again

Frontier markets and volatility go together like bacon and eggs. Bursting with energy, chaotic and often smelly they lurch about like a young calf finding its legs. Mongolia could quite aptly be seen to be such a calf. Sometimes the calf lurches about and remains standing. Sometimes it falls over.

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