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Best CFTC podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best CFTC podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The purpose of CFTC Talks is to provide information about the commodity markets, futures trading and other information about conditions in this country and abroad that affect the markets. Our goal is to talk about and get information on all things impacting these markets. We’re going to talk with a wide range of experts in the markets: government agencies and offices, exchanges and clearing houses, authors and researchers, and market participants. Please listen to the introductory podcast to ...
 
This weekly podcast discusses the challenges facing men in a postmodern society. We discuss difficult issues openly with men and encourage successful relationship building at home, work, and socially. You may listen to our podcast on Facebook: https://bit.ly/2wegQQD YouTube: https://bit.ly/2Rwm4VM Spreaker: https://bit.ly/2FdCg7E iHeart Radio Page: https://ihr.fm/2RabXXv Spotify: https://bit.ly/2LPXkT7 Google Play Music: https://bit.ly/2Vv9PrO iTunes Radio:https://apple.co/2Qo1l1Z Hope you j ...
 
Cooking With Crypto is an informative talk show between an MBA/Engineer Telecommunications Manager, a Bankruptcy Attorney, and an Enterprise Software Developer and their personal discoveries into the new disruptive realm of cryptocurrency. Each Show covers 3 Topics:1. A Chef Tip or meal plan when working in the kitchen2. A single or multi-topic discussion on Crypto related happenings 3. A Life Hack or some tidbit relevant to improving your life
 
Life throws lots of stuff at you at every stage. We’re here to talk about it by connecting you with experts on handling the issues you face. Join me, Emily Grace, as we address topics of interest to you at every stage in your life. At the end of the day, planning for all of the stages in life is crucial. As a Financial Advisor at Bernstein Private Wealth Management I’ve helped people through many acts by helping them plan and invest in a straightforward and values driven manner. For more inf ...
 
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What do the final days of an M&A deal look like? How does an attorney help make sure that the deal actually goes through? What should a business owner should think about/plan for before the deal actually closes? Jen Kurtis, Partner of the law firm Winston & Strawn, joins me on Stages to discuss the logistics, the psychology, and everything in betwe…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is Roger Johnson, President of the National Farmers Union. Earlier this year the North Dakota native announced he’ll not seek re-election. Johnson and NFU support policy to keep more farmers on the land and remain concerned about the economic health of rural America. Johnson offers his thoughts on agriculture’s place a…
 
How often do you think about where the bedding you use comes from? Not just what store. But, exactly what sort of chemicals are in those sheets between which you are sliding each night? From, where was the cotton sourced? Were the people who created them paid a fair wage? Those were just some of the questions that Missy and Scott Tannen, Founders o…
 
This week's guest on Open Mic is Michael Dykes, president and CEO of the International Dairy Foods Association. Dykes says trade is a critical issue for the dairy sector and discusses export markets abroad. Here at home, he says the industry must adapt to the desires of the consumer, both in the products IDFA members produce and how the message sur…
 
First came the digitization of Information - the Internet. Chris Giancarlo, Former Chairman of the CFTC, joins me on the Stage to discuss the Digitization of Things of Value - cryptocurrency and digital currency. Chris believes that we are going to look back and see this resulting in as big a change, if not bigger, than the internet. Chris predicts…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is UC Davis Professor Dr. Frank Mitloehner, an air quality extension specialist. The Council for Agriculture Science and Technology named Dr. Mitloehner the 2019 winner of the Borlaug Communications Award for his efforts in sharing the factual influence of animals and agriculture on climate change. In this podcast, Mit…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is U.S. Senator Deb Fischer. The Nebraska Republican doesn’t believe President Trump was afforded due process in the House impeachment trial and offers her views on potential Senate action. Fischer is anxious to see USMCA approved and hopes for tangible progress in trade negotiations with China. Fischer doesn’t believe…
 
Adam Safir is the head of Safir Intelligence & Security where he uses his diverse career experiences in law, finance, M&A, security, forensics and data management to help clients reduce, navigate and respond to a full spectrum of security and integrity risks. In this episode Adam shares stories about his early years at the University of Virginia, s…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is USDA Undersecretary for Farm Production and Conservation Bill Northey. Few years have presented as many weather challenges for farmers as 2019. USDA’s Farm Service Agency has acted to lessen the effects on crop and livestock farmers as well as facilitated the Trump administration's trade assistance programs. In this…
 
On this episode we chat with Tyler Reynolds a real estate developer at Singh Investors and the Vice President of Eyos Investors a Private Equity fund involved in the acquisition of properties in the hospitality industry. During our conversation Tyler discusses his experiences at Reed College, how he ended up working as an organizer for lobsterman i…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is Rod Hebrink, President and CEO of Compeer Financial. Farmers have spent much of 2019 hoping for better markets, trade agreements and certainly weather. Hebrink says the current farm economy may show similarities to the 1980s, but the financial state of the industry as a whole is much different. Hebrink says governme…
 
Steve Cohen is a partner with the Pollock | Cohen LLP law firm in New York, where he focuses primarily on handling whistleblower/qui tam claims, class actions and mass torts. Before entering the legal profession, Mr. Cohen led a successful career spanning more than 35 years in the publishing industry. He served as an executive at both Time and Scho…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is U.S. Representative Abigail Spanberger, D-Va. Serving in her freshman year in Washington, Spanberger has become a strong leader on voluntary farm conservation practices and the need for rural broadband. The Virginia representative says USMCA will benefit farms and businesses in the region she serves and offers her t…
 
Leticia Skai Young of, Lolo’s Seafood Shack, joins me on this episode of Stages to discuss creating a brand, expanding and growing a business, instilling confidence in a team, and what it’s like to work with your husband. Who do you know who would benefit from a meeting with me to help them through the transitions in their life? Have them email or …
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is Donnell Rehagen CEO of the National Biodiesel Board. For months, the Trump administration has attempted to bring resolution to the controversy surrounding waivers to the Renewable Fuels Standard. Rehagen says Small Refinery Exemptions granted by the Environmental Protection Agency have wreaked havoc on biodiesel ref…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is Tom Nassif, President and CEO of Western Growers. After nearly 20-years of service to farmers in New Mexico, Colorado, California and Arizona, Nassif is retiring in February 2020. In this interview, Nassif speaks to the need for meaningful immigration reform and the hope that Congress will address the issue yet this…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is Congressman Rodney Davis. The fourth term Republican reports tariffs and renewable fuel are the top two concerns among his constituents in the thirteenth district. Davis supports President Trump’s efforts to open markets and level the playing field for U.S. farmers and ranchers, but hopes for a quick conclusion in t…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is Kevin Ross, president of the National Corn Growers Association. In a season of challenges from weather, global market access, and low prices, Ross says there is a certain anxiety being felt by corn farmers nationwide. Ross says NCGA is encouraged by the Trump administration’s commitment to a new set of rules to admi…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is Nathan Kauffman, vice president and Omaha branch executive with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. While the farm economy continues to struggle in a multi-year downturn, the overall balance sheet remains strong. Land values remain high and interest rates are low, which has allowed farmers options to restructur…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is the Ranking Member of the House Agriculture Committee Mike Conaway. The Texas 11th District Representative says the nation’s farmers and ranchers are enduring a long run of tight financial conditions. He says the 2018 farm bill offers the best policy Washington could afford to help producers weather difficult times …
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is the President and CEO of the U.S. Dairy Export Council, former Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack. While dairy policy improvements in the 2018 farm bill have helped the financial plight of many milk producers, Vilsack says it’s the global trade front that presents the best opportunity for improvement to the bottom li…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is Missouri 5th district Representative Emanuel Cleaver. As a former Mayor of Kansas City and now serving his 7th term in the U.S. House of Representatives, Cleaver is well versed in the rural and agriculture needs in his district. As a Democratic leader, Cleaver supports the need for the USMCA trade agreement but agre…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is Glen Smith, Board Chair and CEO of the Farm Credit Administration. The watchful eye of the Farm Credit Administration closely monitors the balance sheet of the Farm Credit System and its service to the nation’s farms and ranches. Iowa farmer turned FCA CEO, Smith says stable land values have provided equity farmers …
 
Roxana Reid, Founder of Smart City Kids, and one of her consultants, Adriana Payn, joined me on the stage back in 2018 to discuss insights into helping you and your child navigate the school admission process. This is an oldie, but a goodie (and very timely for a re-release.) For more information email Emily.Grace@Bernstein.com or call 1-212-756-19…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is Illinois 17th District Representative Cheri Bustos. With strong family ties to agriculture, the Illinois Democrat serves as a member of both the House Agriculture and Appropriations Committees. In this interview, Bustos shares concerns about the trade war with China and its “generational effects” on farmers in her d…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is Representative Collin Peterson, Chairman of the House Committee on Agriculture. The Minnesota Democrat believes agriculture is headed for some “serious tough sledding” and is concerned about whether the 2018 farm safety net will be adequate to protect the industry. He worries that market facilitation payments may un…
 
This weeks’ guest on Open Mic is Bill Even, CEO of the National Pork Board. As a fifth-generation farmer and former South Dakota Secretary of Agriculture, Even is well-versed in the obstacles and opportunities of the nation’s top industry. Despite a setback from a nationwide pig virus a few years ago, Even says hog farmers and the swine industry ha…
 
Welcome to Blocks Decoded Podcast Episode 9! In the news this week: The Litecoin halving event completes, with some interesting results for the Litecoin market Thailand explores the introduction of new AML rules targeting cryptocurrencies Roger Ver vs. Craig Wright court case reaches a conclusion... or is it a new beginning? The Blocks Decoded Team…
 
Gillian Munson, Partner at Union Square Ventures, joins me on this episode of Stages to discuss her career in the technology sector of finance – from her roles as a tech analyst in the 1990s and a Managing Director at Allen & Co to CFO at XO Group (helping to facilitate its sale to a private company) – Gillian and I talk about the industry, its tra…
 
CFTC staff from the Office of Chief Economist discuss the effect that capital rules have had on the competitive landscape of derivatives clearing. Staff studied the multiple effects of capital rules across different asset classes and different clearing member groups. The evidence suggests that the leverage ratio requirement has pushed derivative cl…
 
This week’s guest on Open Mic is Lisa Safarian, Commercial Operations head for Crop Science, Bayer North America. In the midst of integrating two global agriculture businesses, Bayer is facing headwinds from litigation of existing products like Roundup, as well as one of the most challenging growing seasons in recent U.S. history. In this interview…
 
Welcome to Blocks Decoded Podcast Episode 8! In the news this week: The BitMEX margin trading exchange comes under extreme scruitinty from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) after allowing US citizens to trade cryptocurrency futures President Trump calls Bitcoin a scam and says Facebook Libra won't work --- is this good for Bitcoin? Th…
 
Today the crew is at ProVox Media Group discussing infidelity in a 3 part series. The first installment discusses infidelity and single men. This weekly podcast discusses the challenges facing men in a postmodern society. We discuss difficult issues openly with men and encourage successful relationship building at home, work, and socially. You may …
 
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