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Which TXHSFB class has the most star power for 2023? Plus Pleasant Grove coach Josh Gibson
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The Republic of Football takes a look at the post-spring power rankings of each Texas FBS program. Plus, which current college player are you building your team around?
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Tom welcomes back MJG Capital Managing Partner Matt Geiger to the show. Matt remarks on the recent rallies and predicts that a smaller rally could occur on a Fed pause, while noting that reaching new highs is still in the realm of possibility. He believes the next decade holds promise for investing in miners and commodities and that this will eventually trickle down to junior miners, making him feel comfortable with the current situation. Macro factors are aligning well for precious metals, with mid-tiers beginning to pick up and the broader markets waiting in anticipation. Matt predicts that mining will eventually become more popular among younger generations. He also acknowledges the hype surrounding lithium mining, but believes that a correction is needed in that market with the trend moving towards lithium ion phosphate batteries. Matt is seeing increasing M&A activity, including some significant acquisitions. He provides advice on investing in junior miners and explorers; suggesting that betting on the people rather than individual projects is usually the best approach. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction1:37 - Miners & Sentiment8:06 - Gold & Resistance14:35 - Commodities Value17:36 - Mining & Politics21:49 - Lithium Mining25:23 - Refining Capacity27:42 - Strategic Minerals31:22 - Copper Demand34:05 - Silver Thoughts37:44 - Canada Divestment?41:14 - Jurisdictions48:08 - M&A Activity51:43 - Junior Mining Mistakes1:01:06 - Wrap Up Talking Points From This Episode The next decade will be a good one for investing in miners and commodities.M&A Activity is picking up in the mining sector.Lithium mining is currently a hot topic, but Matt believes a correction in the market is required. Guest Links:Website: http://mjgcapital.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/geigercounting Mr. Geiger is Managing Partner at MJG Capital, a limited partnership specializing in natural resource investments. The partnership is long-only and holds a concentrated portfolio of resource equities. Investments include explorers, developers, and producers of precious metals, energy metals, industrial metals, and ag minerals. Matt is a graduate of the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and previously founded a venture-backed technology company most recently valued at $150m.
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The Gauchos talk ACC secret meetings and the Big 12 Baseball landscape.
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Tom welcomes Gary Tanashian, founder and author of 'Notes from the Rabbit Hole', about the ingredients necessary to create a big bull market in mining stocks. Gary believes that high gold prices, lower input costs, and increasing momentum are key ingredients. He believes that the Fed will not be able to effectively inflate the system as they have in the past and that the first correction could be harsh if the everything bubble pops in 2023. He believes that gold will become more bullish as inflation peaks and that the momentum will come from non-gold bugs taking notice of the improving fundamentals and starting to invest in the sector. Gary believes that the gold-silver ratio is a more fine-tuned indicator than the gold-copper ratio and that rising gold-silver ratio can indicate that liquidity is under threat in the broader markets. He also discussed the potential for a new inflationary source and de-dollarization, suggesting that investors look for sound gold mining operations in safer jurisdictions, and ETFs such as GDX and GDXJ. He believes that the sector as a whole will benefit regardless of what individual companies are doing and that precious metals should be separated from industrial metals. Overall, Gary believes that the ingredients necessary to create a big bull market in mining stocks are in place and that investors should look for the market signals, tune out the noise, and focus on gold as the anchor of the complex. He believes that the Fed has had enough after decades of inflating the markets and that they may be smart enough to recognize that. Gold is seen as a safe haven asset and Gary believes that central banks will become more involved in gold markets, which could lead to higher gold prices. He discusses the 2008 crisis and how he tried to buy the crisis at the time.. Talking Points From This Episode Investing in gold is a good way to protect against inflation and de-dollarization.The gold-silver ratio is a better indicator than the gold-copper ratio to determine if liquidity is at risk.Look for sound gold mining operations in safer jurisdictions, and consider ETFs such as GDX and GDXJ if individual miners are not an option. Time Stamp References:0:00 - Introduction0:32 - Gary's Background2:00 - Fundamentals & Sentiment5:46 - Miners & Todays Markets10:18 - Gold & Three Factors14:17 - Fed Indicators & Yields20:30 - Deflationary Thesis24:00 - Feds Playbook?27:35 - Dedollarization34:12 - Fiat Ponzis36:42 - Gold Silver Ratio40:28 - Gold & Oil Indicators45:12 - Gold Interest Miners46:30 - Management & Financials48:13 - Mining ETFS & Royalties51:30 - Other Metals53:48 - Signals & Process56:20 - Wrap Up Guest Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/NFTRHgtWebsite: https://nftrh.com/ Gary Tanashian is the founder and author of the financial market report, 'Notes From the Rabbit Hole' (NFTRH), a service that provides technical analysis, sentiment/psychology, and various unique macro market ratio indicators to successfully navigate all market environments. For over 21 years, Gary has operated a progressive medical device/equipment/component manufacturing company, giving him an understanding of and appreciation for global macro-economics as it relates to individual markets and sectors. His website/newsletter service, biiwii.com, was created in 2004 to help communicate a message about deeply rooted problems with irreconcilable levels of debt and leverage within the inflated financial system, with his concerns confirmed and message justified with the 2007/2008 financial crisis. NFTRH Premium was launched right into the teeth of one of these liquidations on September 28, 2008. Anyone can manage a calm market. Not everyone can manage a crash or be ready to deploy capital at a time of max fear. NFTRH has successfully done just that through two major liquidations, a few cyclical bear phases and a whole lot of inflationary bull since 2008. Gary is a gold bug,
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Alexandra DaCosta is one of the few female CEO's in the Bitcoin Mining industry and a former head of ESG & Impact investing at Cantor Fitzgerald, Alexandra heads Aspen Creek Digital Corporation, a renewably-powered BTC mining start-up launched in 2022 that recently raised a $8M Series A despite the current downturn in bitcoin mining and crypto. ACDC is catalyzing the decarbonization of power generation by creating the world's leading fleet of renewably powered data centers. Coupling financial ingenuity and energy expertise, we develop behind-the-meter data centers with new renewable power projects to deliver carbon transparency, reduce power price volatility and add renewables to the grid. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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You may have heard about bitcoin mining pool centralisation. Stratum v2 and SRI (Stratum v2 Reference Implementation) are here to help by decentralising Bitcoin transaction selection. Listen and learn about how Stratum v2 Reference Implementation can help: Overview of Stratum v2 benefits Encryption, efficiency, censor resistance Are changes needed to Bitcoin Core? Different actors in mining: Pools, Miners, Hardware Device firmware and translation proxy How you can help or contribute Links: Donate: https://www.swan.com/stratum Site: Stratumprotocol.org Fi3 Twitter: @free_sht_max Pavlenex Twitter: @pavlenex Prior SLP ep on Stratum v2: SLP128 Jan Čapek – Stratum v2 Bitcoin Mining Protocol Sponsors: Swan Bitcoin CoinKite.com(code LIVERA) Mempool.space Stephan Livera: Follow me on Twitter @stephanlivera Subscribe to the podcast Patreon @stephanlivera
It all started for Elena when she attended a dining event where the only topic was ETH. As an experienced engineer, not knowing what was being discussed got her interested, which led to her first ETH hackathon where she had her first contact with some big names broadening her horizons. From then on, being a blockchain evangelist, her interest in privacy and zkRollups led her to found Iron Fish, an encrypted end-to-end decentralized open-source L1.Time Stamps00:00 to 10:17 - Who's Elena10:17 to 16:30 - Privacy16:30 to 23:02 - Can we still have privacy?23:02 to 31:05 - Privacy Ownership31:05 to 32:40 - zkProofs32:40 to 35:40 - Ironfish35:40 to 39:32 - PoW39:32 to 42:57 - Incentivization42:57 to 45:58 - VC's45:58 to 56:10 - Tokens56:10 to 60:15 - Interacting and Use Cases60:15 to 61:36 - Token-Gated Cryptography61:36 to 68:48 - Compliance68:48 to 73:10 - Rounding OffGuest LinksWebsite: https://ironfish.network/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ironfishcryptoElena Twitter: https://twitter.com/leanthebeanDiscord: https://discord.com/invite/EkQkEcm8DHUseful Links Based On ConversationProtocol Labs: https://protocol.ai/MakerDAO: https://makerdao.com/en/Livepeer: https://livepeer.org/Monero: https://www.getmonero.org/Flux: https://runonflux.io/Helium: https://www.helium.com/GlossaryzK-Proofs: Zero-Knowledge Proofs, a cryptographic method that allows one party to prove to another that a statement is true without revealing any information beyond the statement itself.Miners: nodes on a blockchain network that perform the computational work required to validate and confirm transactions and add new blocks to the blockchain.Validators: nodes on a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) blockchain network that are responsible for validating and verifying transactions and adding new blocks to the blockchain.Nodes: individual computers or devices that participate in a blockchain network and maintain a copy of the blockchain ledger.Podcast Host: BunzyTwitter: https://twitter.com/0xBunzyBlockTalk || Pineapple WorkshopWebsite: https://pineappleworkshop.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/poweredby_pwDiscord: https://discord.gg/geNCbMYsZY
Commodities in a Deglobalizing World with Jeremy Shapiro Commodities have been at the heart of globalization. Traders roamed freely and commodities priced to the marginal cost of production. Since the mid-2010s that started to change politics moved toward populism and nationalism and geopolitical competition heated it. Today, traders have to navigate a sanction minefield and the weaponization of the dollar. Global trade is fragmenting into blocks. What does this mean for the sector, the talent and the dollar itself. Our guest is Jeremy Shapiro, research director at the European Council on Foreign Relations and previously the senior advisor to the assistant secretary of state for Europe and Eurasia at the U.S. Department of State and a fellow at the Brookings Institution
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