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Palisade Radio
Weekly+
 
Podcast by Palisade Radio
 
The latest ambient, electronica, techno, drone, shoegaze and chillout mixes from www.astrangelyisolatedplace.com
 
You may know Tanya Acker as one of three judges on CBS Television Distribution's Emmy-nominated HOT BENCH. But long before HOT BENCH, Tanya was delving into problems in the corridors of the public and private sectors with some of the country's top minds. Look a problem in the eye and figure out how to fix it - social media dislikes and cathartic rants can only get us so far. The Tanya Acker Show is about recognizing that we're bigger than our problems. It's about looking at truth; fighting b ...
 
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Breaking Ranks
Rare
 
Breaking Ranks is an interview based podcast where we interview dynamic leaders to get insight in to their personal journey, philosophy, and what motivated them to where they are today.
 
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Flip Turns
Monthly
 
Swimmers of all backgrounds and abilities share inspiring stories of how swimming has made an impact in their lives. If you are one of these people and are willing to share your story, contact us through the website at https://flip-turns.com
 
You can do it, do it (ycdidi) is an interview show where JP Camara and Steve Carroll talk with people whose lives were transformed by trying something new. Earlier this year, we realized that we know a lot of people who fascinate us. From pinball players to pizza makers, ballerinas to graphic designers, illustrators to improv comedians, physicians, jewelry makers, personal trainers, Bollywood dancers, musicians, and more—We look forward to introducing you to our friends.
 
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Interview with Col Tom Kettell, CAP, the Rocky Mountain Region Commander during the University of Rocky Mountain Region 2019.By Aaron J. Angelini & Daniel P. Roman.
 
Interview with JP Dinnell, Director of Experiential Leadership for Echelon Front, prior to a field training exercise in Michigan, July 2019. JP is a retired Petty Officer First Class from the United States Navy, and a former member of Delta Platoon with Task Unit Bruiser SEAL Team Three serving as their point man, machine gunner, and lead sniper.…
 
Jamie discusses how the commodity space has grown and changed over his career. The sector is steadily advancing and beginning to take advantage of machine learning and automation. Also, the financing of projects now requires a lot more due diligence as sophisticated investors and streaming companies require it. All of these changes are making t ...…
 
Born in Kyoto, Japan and now residing in Berlin, Midori Hirano’s discography has spanned a wide spectrum of experimental electronic music. From her 2016 album on the esteemed Sonic Pieces, to her latest praised work on Australian label Daisart and her beautiful extended piece for the Longform Editions series, Midori’s work is often recognizable ...…
 
This week we're joined by JT (Jason Timothy) for a conversation about love for food, the importance of the dinner table, and cultivating creativity in the kitchen. JT is co-owner and head chef at Troop - an elevated street casual restaurant that has its roots in street food from around the world. Topics include food as a shared experience, the ...…
 
Nick was a co-founder in 2008 of a very successful internet gaming company and subsequently sold his interest in the company in 2011. That was when he became interested in economics and concerned about the world economy. His pursuits in 2014 led him to study the tiny junior space around the world. He feels that the cannabis and crypto markets h ...…
 
You thought you knew New Age until you knew a Newer Age. It’s evidently hard to qualify New Age Music. A search online brings up some recent journalism obsessing over its hip resurgence but it’s rare to find anything other than some top records and rough history. As with all Portal’s features, I try to find a slightly new angle. Depending on wh ...…
 
From deceased billionaire Kirk Kerkorian's child support battle, to Roman Polanski's travails with the government, to a knock down, drag out fight over Winnie-the-Pooh, Tanya talks to three power lawyers about how bad court can get and how they responded when the other side didn't play fairly. With Attorneys Paul Derby, Chad Hummel and Michael ...…
 
JC became a Chartered Market Technician in 2008. Fortunately for him, his newly acquired skills helped him catch the 2008 market correction early and he did very well during that period. He has been bullish for the last year on precious metals, and a part of his thesis was a call for a weaker dollar. However, the dollar index has been flat whil ...…
 
Louise became involved with technical analysis in a round-about-way. She received some professional advice from her broker, which led her to take an advanced course on the topic taught by Alan Shaw. She found it fascinating and was hired right out of the class by Smith Barney. A lot of her education was hands-on from the job itself. She says, “ ...…
 
John discusses how historically gold will often go through long periods of sideways action and then breakout fairly rapidly once overhead resistance is overcome. Eventually, there is a waterfall decline, and then the cycle tends to repeat. Today there is little overhead resistance left in gold. His focus is on companies that demonstrate leaders ...…
 
Rick discusses his early career lessons and how in a bull market, anyone including him can look like an expert. In the 1970s, the incorrect narrative was that the world was running out of resources. What everyone missed was that when prices rise, people learn to conserve, they become more efficient while higher prices encourage new supply. That ...…
 
This week we're joined by Elyse Farnsworth for a conversation about self-worth, the value of family, and the artistry of hair styling. Elyse is owner and hair stylist at Arrow Salon - a team of highly educated, passionate stylists who love making you feel and look amazing. Topics include what drives someone to push themselves, discovering self- ...…
 
Daniel feels that we are looking at another move higher in gold, but general investors haven’t started buying. A brief pullback into the fourteen hundreds is possible, but we could easily be looking at $2000 gold by the end of the year. We should be in for a good bull market run as it appears that the smart money and institutions are getting in ...…
 
Frank discusses his early career with Yorkton Securities and how he moved up while that company expanded into Europe. In 1990, he became president and a few years later Chairman and CEO. In 1996 he resigned since he felt an urge to do something different and in 1997 he founded Lionsgate Entertainment which today is the largest independent film ...…
 
Gold options expire this week, and they expire at much higher prices and Jaime says, “we may soon know who has a large short position.” Things are looking very bullish for gold, and it’s reflecting the underlying systemic risks in the financial system. There is a paradigm shift coming with the eventual end of the currency reserve system. We are ...…
 
Frank says gold is definitely in an uptrend and discusses how the global PMI manufacturing index peaked last year. The PMI index has a pretty good correlation with economic activity, commodities, and energy. The trade war has exacerbated the decline in the PMI since China and America make up 40% of all global trade. Also, we see thirty percent ...…
 
Marin thoroughly enjoyed this year's Palisade Global "Hard Asset Conference on Jekyll Island" with his family, and he gave a keynote presentation.He feels that the US dollar will continue to do well in spite of investor sentiment to the contrary. Most of the world's currencies are very screwed up, and while the US dollar is also screwed up, it ...…
 
Tim has always had a talent for numbers, which led him to study mathematics and teaching. After university, he became a stockbroker and has had a long career in trading and technical analysis.He studies long-term market cycles, and there are 8 and 16-year cycles within precious metals. These cycles picked up the 2000 low and the 1987 low. Curre ...…
 
Chantelle started her career in economics when she became interested in how central banking could smooth out markets. She then moved from monetary policy into researching gold. She started working for Dundee Economics publishing in September 2008 shortly after Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy. Today she works from Canada as Research Head at ...…
 
Marc discusses today’s economic theories and how they are already fairly modern, with the world now having 15 trillion dollars in negative-yielding bonds. Until recently interest rates had never before been negative in nominal terms. Modern Monetary Theory would allow governments to print money and deliver it directly to the citizens as a form ...…
 
Keith started building his company back in 2003 when silver was around five dollars. He was looking for a new opportunity in the resource sector and silver had just the right supply-demand characteristics. Back then there were very few players in silver. He focused on building an excellent management team as he had done with his previous ventur ...…
 
David discusses some of the unique things that are currently happening in the gold markets. He was waiting for the Fed to reverse course before he felt that gold would move up and this has now happened. Interestingly gold is getting a lot of attention from European institutions since capital return from most European bonds is now negative. Gold ...…
 
David discusses his early career start at Bloomberg in March of 2000. That job taught him a lot about market psychology and in 2008 he was hired at Fidelity as a managing director of research. For the last couple of years, he has been running his research firm called Sierra Alpha Research.As humans, we want certainty in our decision making and ...…
 
Doug has always been self-directed and self-educated and would look for entrepreneurial things to do even when as a child. That is when he became interested in paleontology which led him into rocks, minerals and eventually mining.Doug likes to look for the general market trend and remains not only a gold bug but today a gold bull. He feels ther ...…
 
Lawrence feels the technical picture for the next gold bull market looks very good particularly now that it has moved through 1365. This is the next leg up, and this coming next rally will be driven by a loss of confidence in the policies of central banks. There are excellent value opportunities for junior miners. Financing has been difficult f ...…
 
Interview with Major General Mark Smith, CAP; National Commander and Chief Executive Officer while visiting the National Emergency Services Academy's Week 1 Graduation at Camp Atterbury, IN.By Aaron J. Angelini & Daniel P. Roman.
 
This week we're joined by Alexis Devine for a conversation about community, internal motivation, and the positive impact of fitness. Alexis is a faculty member at the Brown University Warren Alpert Medical School, Workforce Development Coordinator at Lifespan, and is co-owner of Devine City Cycle - a spin studio on the west end of Providence th ...…
 
Brent discusses his background and how his fathers love of metal detecting developed in him an interest in the commodities space. He worked with Credit Suisse until the end of 2009 but became disillusioned with how Wall Street operates. Brent then started working with a friend at Baker Avenue Asset Management and then moved into starting his ow ...…
 
Don talks about his experiences during the previous bull market in rare earth metals. This market came to investors attention rather rapidly in 2009 after James Dines wrote a newsletter on the subject. The last bull market was a wild time with some companies shares moving up 8x to 20x. Billions were invested into exploration with little in the ...…
 
It’s been ten episodes since our regular Balearic-sunset-conjurer RichEars graced the isolatedmix series (isolatedmix 81) but a whole five-years since Leandro Fresco stepped up with his second mix (with isolatedmix 47). RichEars is a welcome regular at this time of year (we always get an itch for some Balearic vibes around this time). Whilst Le ...…
 
Chris discusses lithium and how this market appears to be doing quite poorly if you look at share prices. However, this is part of a longer cycle centered around mobility energy storage, and we are closer to the beginning than the end. He expects lithium to trade sideways until the end of next year. A significant macroeconomic event could affec ...…
 
David is sticking to his target of $1550-$1600 for gold, which he predicts will be reached around Labor Day. For silver, he feels that $26 is still a definite possibility. He says, “When people become more interested in gold silver will head higher. Silver usually underperforms on the downward moves in gold and outperforms when gold rallies.”Da ...…
 
This week we're joined by Lori Kettelle - co-owner and head baker at PVDonuts - for an inside look at how Rhode Island’s donut mecca began, operates, and continues to grow. PVDonuts is an institution, and Lori is at the heart of what makes it so special. Topics include handling explosive growth, building a loyal following, a day in the life of ...…
 
Anthony discusses the shift in battery chemistry and how companies have gradually reduced the amount of cobalt and manganese in their batteries. This chemistry requires time, capital, and safety reviews. The higher the ratio of nickel, the higher the capacity but also an increased possibility of thermal run-away. It will take some time to get t ...…
 
Ronald discusses the potential for trust problems within the banking system and why these types of issues can happen quite quickly. His annual report "In Gold we Trust" looks at the problems looming in the financial sector.Trust in the political system, media, and science all appear to be crumbling at the moment. However, trust in the economy a ...…
 
Joe discusses Outcrop Golds financial position and their exploration projects in Colombia. They recently changed their name from Miranda Gold as a result of a change in management. They are putting together a portfolio of potential prospects in Colombia. They have acquired several properties that are parts of large epithermal and porphyry geolo ...…
 
Mark discusses Tonogold and how they have recently acquired much of the rights to the historic Comstock Lode from Comstock Mining. There were some issues with the existing Comstock mine, and in 2016 the mine was shutdown. Tonogold made an offer which got them in the door. In January, they acquired 100% of the Lucerne gold deposit and claims whi ...…
 
Frank feels that high-frequency trading should really be called high-frequency research. It's the capacity to read and analyze information very quickly and make decisions. What can take months or years of study can now be done with data processing and machine learning in minutes. There is an evolution in quant-based ETF's, and they are shown to ...…
 
Gregory enthralls us with the story of "The Bonanza King" set in the 1800s. It details a rags to riches story about the life of John Mackay. Gregory became interested in writing a novel about the Comstock Lode since it's lies close to his home in California.Born in Ireland, John was the son of an Irishman whose family emigrated to New York in 1 ...…
 
This week we're joined by Vilada Khammahavong for a conversation about building a business by listening to your gut. Vilada is a pre-med student turned bubble waffle food truck founder, and Kow Kow is where she crafts food that makes you feel like family. Topics include the importance of trusting your gut, building charity into your business, g ...…
 
Collin fills in for Kerem and interviews Jordan Roy-Byrne about the potential for a new bull market in gold. Jordan is not sure how long this particular move will last, but it could be a big move that lasts at least the next six months to a year. Jordan has said previously, “The market will move when the Fed cuts rate because gold rises with de ...…
 
After the last brilliant, eclectic and proggy isolatedmix by Steve Moore, we’ve secretly been longing for a deeper more serene story to bring our senses full circle. With releases on introspective labels such as Archives, and Fluid Audio the next mix, comes from Michael Tasselmyer, Andrew Tasselmyer, and Steven Kemner, known to many of us as Ho ...…
 
This week we're joined by Jan Faust Dane for a conversation about keeping things local, and the value of community. Jan has been a writer, marketer, food dorager and a director of culinary education. Now she spends all of her time (and more) running Stock Culinary Goods - an independent store dedicated to kitchen culture. Topics include willing ...…
 
Tanya talks to Sarah Van Patten, principal dancer with the San Francisco ballet, whose pregnancy didn't keep her from lighting up the stage and living her art. via KnitBy The Tanya Acker Show.
 
This week we're joined by Jim Nellis - owner of RI Food Fights, a business that hosts a series of fun, friendly competitions between restaurants and food businesses showcasing their culinary goods to hundreds of local food lovers - for a conversation about reinventing yourself, embracing change, rediscovering self worth, and having fun with foo ...…
 
This week we're joined by Milena Pagan - owner of Rebelle Artisan Bagels, purveyors of hand-rolled and boiled bagels in Providence - for a conversation about innovation, starting a business, advocating for yourself, taking in pride in what you produce, and what doesn't belong on a bagel. Topics include leaving the corporate world to start your ...…
 
Over the past ten-or-so years Steve Moore has increasingly impressed circles outside of his association with prog-rock band Zombi. In fact, I’m probably one of the very few people that discovered Steve without knowledge of his association with one of America’s most revered bands, which adds further intrigue to his euphoric synthesizer work unde ...…
 
This week we're joined by Victoria Young - owner of Vic's Hand-Crafted Ice Cream and ice cream artist - for a conversation about inspiration, pushing your creative muscles, and what it takes to make a business and product that people come back to again and again. Topics include taking the leap from concept to business, ice cream artistry, going ...…
 
This week we're joined by Jenny Currier - Motif food editor and writer, RI food tour embassador, blogger, author and world traveler - for a conversation about taking leaps of faith, travel, finding joy in every day and the transformative experience of writing. Topics include the writing process, the importance of experiencing new things, books ...…
 
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