The Jay Martin Show

Jay Martin

Nobody has your back when it comes to your health, wealth, or happiness. But this is great news — because it puts you in the driver’s seat. Join Jay Martin, investor and CEO of Cambridge House, as he dissects the minds of thought-leaders from around the world with expertise in money management, geopolitics, macro finance, commodities, technology, and any emerging trends you should be paying attention to. Jay's mission is to cut through the noise and get to the signal, so he can find the most lucrative investment opportunities. Tune in every Sunday for conversations that will challenge the way you think, the way you invest, and that might just change your life. 

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Ben Greenfield, world renowned thought leader in the industries of health science and biohacking, dedicates his life and work to extending the healthy lifespan. Today, he and Jay get into mindset and psychology, discussing the divisions and conflicts in the world today, and the lack of willingness to entertain opposing opinions. Ben gets into his core belief system, and takes a deep dive in the argument of absolute morality. If the cadence of our guest's speech seems a bit off, that’s because he was on a treadmill during the conversation — Ben is all about optimizing the human machine: body, mind and spirit. He shares what he would change about our current education system, and responds to a reader’s question about the end-of-life process, and what he would do to make himself more comfortable with that reality should he be suddenly confronted with it.  To get more from Ben, follow him on Twitter @bengreenfield and Instagram @bengreenfieldfitness. Plus, check out the Ben Greenfield Fitness podcast and visit bengreenfieldfitness.com.   Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @JayMartinBC. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week 

Dec 5

44 min 3 sec

Managing Partner at Echobay Partners, Vince Lanci joins Jay to discuss inflation, the Cantillion effect, and Modern Monetary Theory. He explains the nuances between monetary policy and fiscal policy, and what’s catching his attention in the market right now, which leads to their in-depth discussion on MMT. He explains the core changes civilians experience in the monetary shift, how MMT treats money as a public utility, and what the intention is behind the policy. This conversation presents an in-depth look at the future of a full MMT implementation.  To get more from Vince, follow him on Twitter @VlanciPictures and visit vblgoldfix.substack.com.  Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @JayMartinBC. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week 

Nov 28

58 min 33 sec

CEO and Chief Global Strategist of Euro Pacific Capital and podcast host Peter Schiff joins Jay to discuss changes he’d like to make to the education system, including getting the government out of it. He offers his thoughts on why finance is overlooked in current curriculums, where the responsibility may fall to learn these basics of life, and how teachers’ views on finance and capitalism are affecting the next generation. They also discuss the month over month increase of employees quitting their jobs voluntarily, and people choosing to take unemployment instead of working. Peter shares his thoughts on North American residential real estate, and how he looks for business real estate in countries with sounder fundamentals, as he discusses the uniquely vulnerable position of the United States.  To get more from Peter Schiff, follow him on Twitter @PeterSchiff and check out The Peter Schiff Show wherever you listen to podcasts.    Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @JayMartinBC. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week 

Nov 21

47 min 5 sec

“The world is certainly in a mess and it’s going to get worse, so...a lot to talk about” are some of the first words out of Egon Von Grayerz mouth, as he dives into discussions with Jay on inflation, global debt, and fake money. Founder and Managing Partner of Matterhorn Asset Management, Egon operates the largest private storage of precious metals outside of the banking system, storing more gold and silver for high-net-worth individuals than anybody else in the world outside of governments and banks. The two discuss why cycles matter, and the biggest risk factors Egon’s focusing on right now, including massive debt bubbles and civil unrest. Egon provides valuable insight into long-term wealth preservation, and not getting wrapped up in noisy, daily headlines. The two also touch on counterparty risk, central banks, and much more.   To get more from Egon Von Grayerz, follow him on Twitter @GoldSwitzerland and visit goldswitzerland.com.   Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @JayMartinBC. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Nov 14

58 min 31 sec

At only 26 years old, Briton Hill is the President and Partner of Weber Global Management, handling the cash of incredibly affluent individuals. With over a decade of experience in the market, Briton is now in business with someone who was once just a mentor, Chris Weber. Jay and Briton dive into what the future of health and med-tech might look like and the opportunities for investment that may exist there. The two discuss cryptocurrencies, and how they don’t have to be mutually exclusive of hard assets within your portfolio. As a result, they also get into precious metals and holding gold. Briton provides insight into allocating cash in the multi-billion-dollar pre-IPO market, how he navigates the media landscape and propaganda when doing research and collecting data, and more.  To get more from Briton and subscribe to his newsletter, visit britonhill.com.   Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @JayMartinBC. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Nov 7

53 min 23 sec

Independent film producer Richard James joins Jay to discuss geopolitical power balance and the future of the mega-state relationships in relation to big tech and digital currencies; notably, bitcoin. Richard forecasts a widespread global adoption of bitcoin, and differentiates bitcoin from other cryptocurrencies by nature of its energy input and its ability to store energy in digital form. Richard provides a high-level overview of the themes behind his films and shares what inspired him to create this message. Then, Jay gives his thoughts on the rise of digital states and how that player fits into his narrative. Richard also explains what he posits needs to happen if crypto continues to gain traction and we continue to see the monetization of an asset play out in real-time with bitcoin.  To get more from Richard, follow him on twitter @rjames_BTC and visit hardmoneyfilm.com, petrodollarsfilm.com and anatomystatefilm.com.   Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @JayMartinBC. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Oct 31

1 hr 3 min

To Mark Yusko, (Founder, CEO & CIO of Morgan Creek Capital Management, Co-Founder & Partner of Morgan Creek Digital) leadership is about courage and being willing to fail, but this “participation trophy” world no longer encourages failure. Moreover, he states you have to have courage to step outside your comfort zone and embrace a new idea that has the potential to become big. Today he and Jay have a conversation about investment and leadership mindset, and how leaders can develop. Very focused on blockchain, Mark spends the bulk of his time in crypto spaces, and is having a blast. He discusses what it’s like raising money for a crypto-centric fund, the creation, ownership, and future of digital assets, and the defects of central bank digital currency. Jay inquires as to where he’s looking to allocate capital, and where he’s seeing value, as they of course discuss the breakdown of his portfolio.   To get more from Mark, follow him on twitter @MarkYusko and visit www.morgancreekcap.com.  Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media media @JayMartinBC. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Oct 24

1 hr 6 min

Tommy Thornton, Founder & President at Hedge Fund Telemetry LLC joins Jay to discuss sentiment trading, the impermanence of the market, and censorship in China, including restrictions on online gaming and swiping public figures from the internet. He discusses how to use sentiment as a tool in the market and the importance of finding these tools. They discuss GameStop and the inflationary moment in which we find ourselves. Lastly, they discuss the Lehman Brothers collapse and how it differs from Evergrande.  To get more from Tommy, follow him on Twitter @TommyThornton and visit hedgefundtelemetry.com.  Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Oct 17

51 min 28 sec

Author of In Gold We Trust and Managing Partner at Incrementum AG Ronald-Peter Stöferle joins Jay on the mic to discuss investor capitulation in the gold sector, inflation, and ultimately, how the central banks are losing control. Jay and Ronald talk about the 'Monetary Tipping Point,' geopolitics, and the best assets for investors in Q4 of 2021. They touch on a potential shift to a deglobalization path, and how bitcoin and gold aren’t enemies, but instead, can fit together in a portfolio — this is a great conversation for anyone hoping to get caught up on intro concepts into why you want some gold in your portfolio.   To get more from Ronald, follow him on Twitter @RonStoeferle and visit www.incrementum.li/en. To read the annual In Gold We Trust report, visit ingoldwetrust.report/?lang=en.  Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Oct 10

47 min 42 sec

This week Jay welcomes author, geopolitical financial expert, and investigative journalist Nomi Prins to the podcast. Nomi does an excellent job of making complex issues granular and offers valuable insight, not as an external critic, but as someone who’s been in the belly of the beast. Nomi discusses the inspiration behind her new book and the epic size of central bank intervention since the financial crisis. She offers insight into the impact and results of collusion, and the increase in anger, division, and unrest in relation to the abundance of money going to one element of society. She also shares how she’s positioned herself for the decade ahead from a capital standpoint, as well as the emerging markets she is bullish on.  To get more from Nomi, follow her on Twitter @nomiprins and visit nomiprins.com. Check out Collusion: How Central Bankers Rigged the World anywhere you buy books.  Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Oct 3

35 min 6 sec

Lyn Alden is an independent analyst, providing research for retail and institutional investors across a variety of asset classes. Founder of Lyn Alden Investment Strategy, she is a powerhouse in macro-finance and financial Twitter, and she joins us today for a crash course in how she allocates her capital, creates her portfolio, and what she pays the most attention to while doing so. The two discuss what to look for in a financial guru or framework, financial media, inflation, rent moratoriums, the wealth concentration framework, the Amazon ecosystem, and so much more.   To get more from Lyn, follow her on twitter @LynAldenContact and visit lynalden.com.   Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Sep 26

50 min 59 sec

After interviewing over 200 top entrepreneurs (Elon Musk included), the CEO of Ingenuity and Stanford GSB Lecturer Amy Wilkinson authored The Creator’s Code: The Six Essential Skills of Extraordinary Entrepreneurs. Amy discusses the serious endeavor that is authoring a book of this magnitude and offers insight into popular success stories and failures, including one of the biggest scandals in U.S. tech history with Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes. Jay gets Amy’s take on how entrepreneurs juggle the importance of past lessons vs. wiping away assumptions when they need to, and how much of success is generated by luck vs. skill. Amy also touches on the main takeaways outlined in her book, which provides for an incredibly valuable conversation for anyone looking to level up in their career.   To get more from Amy, follow her on Twitter @amywilkinson and visit amywilkinson.com.  Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Sep 19

42 min 50 sec

David Rubenstein is a co-founder and co-chairman of The Carlyle Group, one of the world’s largest and most successful private investment firms ($276B under management). He has directly advised former President Jimmy Carter, written best-selling books, and interviewed the world's most influential people for his Bloomberg series; including George W Bush, Bill Clinton, Oprah, and Jeff Bezos. David discusses his journey to becoming one of the world's most influential people and shares his thoughts on the state of America, the best investments for the next decade, and his advice for living a full life. He provides insight into power in Washington throughout history, and offers his perspective on social unrest and education in the US. We discover how The Carlyle Group changed private equity, discuss investment trends, and touch on a myriad of other subjects including crypto, healthcare, software, and advice for living a full and successful life. David’s resume could not possibly fit in these show notes or be covered in today’s episode, and the questions we could have asked him were endless. We tried to fit as much as possible into our hour, and hope you learned something valuable from one of the best in politics, business, and media.   To get more from David, check out The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations at bloomberg.com/peer-to-peer and visit davidrubenstein.com. Be sure to pick up a copy of his latest book, The American Experiment: Dialogues on a Dream.  Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Sep 12

52 min 2 sec

Investor, Entrepreneur, Financial Education Advocate, and “Rich Dad Poor Dad” author Robert Kiyosaki joins Jay to discuss the impending depression, how the events of August 15th 1971 inspired him to question things, real estate, mining, and the games played in Vancouver. He discusses generational differences and relying on a 401k, and Jay gets his thoughts on the inflation vs deflation debate. The most successful investors know that fortune is made during a crisis and Robert believes that you need to be shifting your mindset to prepare for the next crash, today. Lastly, he posits Corona is the scapegoat that will be used to blame the upcoming market crash. From this interview it’s clear that Robert ultimately wants you to remember one lesson; the bull walks up the stairs and the bear goes out the window.   To get more from Robert, follow him on Twitter @theRelKiyosaki and head to richdad.com.  Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Sep 5

56 min 15 sec

Gerald Celente, founder of the Trends Research Institute and publisher of the Trends Journal, delivers a scathing criticism of big banks, pharma, tech, politicians, and the military industrial complex. Gerald talks about the death of ingenuity in the US and the rise of China through the rest of this century, highlighting the Belt and Road initiative. Gerald is a political atheist, unencumbered by political dogma, rigid ideology, or conventional wisdom. He opens up about his physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial preparation for life; taking a whole health approach. Celente and Jay also discuss the 4 groups Celente says are running the world, the future of big tech (which is one of them), and what Celente believes to be the way out.  To get more from Gerald, follow him on Twitter @geraldcelente and visit trendsresearch.com  Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Aug 29

55 min 8 sec

Dr. Christopher Ryan is the author of two amazing and polarizing books: Civilized to Death, and Sex at Dawn. He is also the host of the podcast Tangentially Speaking. Dr. Ryan discusses what motivated him in his books, and if now is really the best time to be alive, like most of us assume. He seeks to understand humanity and the decisions we make through an unfiltered lens. In this episode, Dr. Ryan highlights parallels between the social unrest we’re experiencing today with the evolution from hunter gatherer to agricultural societies. He also posits when structures fall, we see people coming together (though we’re taught to assume the opposite). He briefly discusses Bitcoin; that to him is a colossal amount of energy used to do nothing. Lastly, the two discuss the reality of insurance, which Dr. Ryan says demonstrates how every possible thing that could be monetized, is. Jay believes that part of being a great investor means identifying your own biases and social conditioning to uncover your blind spots, so we hope you're able to take something new from this conversation, and enjoy it as much as we did.  To get more from Dr. Christopher Ryan, you can follow him on Twitter @ThatChrisRyan or visit his website chrisryanphd.com.  Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Aug 22

1 hr 2 min

Jay is joined by founder/CEO of The Global Macro Investor and co-founder and CEO of Real Vision, Raoul Pal. Raoul is also the former Head of European Hedge Fund Sales at Goldman Sachs, and former Portfolio Manager, GLG Global Macro Fund. Raoul is one of the brightest minds in micro finance, and this conversation was a real treat. He provides an update on his unfolding thesis, which he says changed because the FED backstopped the credit markets. The two also discuss his portfolio, (at the time 98% of his liquid assets were invested into crypto currencies), asset allocation strategy, time horizons, and more. They get into the death of macro, emerging markets trade and gold, and the global debt jubilee; a speculative concept of which there is no way to predict its likelihood to occur.   This episode was recorded on January 8th 2021 for the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference #VRIC21.  To get more from Raoul, follow him on Twitter @RaoulGMI.  Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Aug 15

33 min 41 sec

Jay is joined by Chairman of Fiore Group of Companies, co-chair of the International Crisis Group, and founder of Wheaton River (now Goldcorp), Frank Giustra. Frank is a modern-day renaissance man, having founded Lionsgate Entertainment, Modern Farmer, Dominica Fiore, and a long list of other ventures. Frank describes the experience leaving Yorkton Securities to start Lionsgate Entertainment and the challenging years that follow, as well as the core lessons he learned along the way. He opens up about how he manages to live a balanced life filled with friends, family, and food, despite the empire he built that could be all-consuming. The two also take a deep dive into the gold market. They touch on Frank’s rules for evaluating gold stocks, and why gold should be part of your portfolio. Jay also asks about his interest in quantum physics and quantum mechanics, which suggests that reality as we know it is not actually how it works. Lastly, as co-chair of the International Crisis Group, Frank leads one of the foremost organizations in the world for mediating and resolving global conflicts. He speaks to the tremendous value of this organisation as the two close out their conversation. Frank has dedicated the rest of his life to philanthropy, mentoring, and learning.  This interview was recorded on November 21st 2020. To get more from Frank, visit frankgiustra.com and follow him on Twitter @Frank_Giustra. Also be sure to learn more about his anti-poverty initiative, Acceso, and the International Crisis Group focusing on preventing deadly conflicts. Check out his blog posts, including Tell to Win and How to Live a Balanced Life.   Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Aug 8

58 min 49 sec

In this episode, Jay is joined by Grant Williams who, much to his dismay, has logged over 35 years in finance. During that time, he’s lived and worked in seven major financial centres from London to Sydney, building the kind of network that most can only dream about. Currently, he is a senior advisor to Matterhorn Asset Management AG in Switzerland, and a portfolio and strategy advisor to Vulpes Investment Management in Singapore. Grant and Jay cover a variety of topics, including Reddit vs short sellers, naked short selling, and market corruption in 2021. Grant also touches on the redistribution of wealth, fake news and social media, and the sovereign debt crisis that he says, realistically, is a central bank confidence crisis. Grant offers signals of a market crash to watch out for, advice on safeguarding your portfolio and trends in commodities investing, and lastly, the next great book you have to pick up.  To get more from Grant, head to grant-williams.com, where you can find his podcast, and financial research letter, Things That Make You Go Hmmm...   Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Aug 1

41 min 42 sec

Jay is joined by Danielle DiMartino Booth, CEO & Chief Strategist for Quill Intelligence LLC, a research and analytics firm. A global thought leader on monetary policy, economics, and finance, DiMartino Booth founded Quill Intelligence in 2018. She is the author of Fed Up: An Insider’s Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America (Portfolio, Feb 2017), a full-time columnist for Bloomberg View, a business speaker, and a commentator frequently featured on CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox News, Fox Business News, BNN Bloomberg, Yahoo Finance, and more. Prior to Quill, DiMartino Booth spent nine years at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas where she served as Advisor to President Richard W. Fisher throughout the financial crisis, until his retirement in 2015. She joins Jay to discuss a variety of topics, including navigating market chaos, investing in 2021, keeping your silver & gold, and currencies. She believes FED created zombie companies that survive off of life support and prevent new companies from being born. She posits that consumer spending will not go up, and discusses the impacts that business-travel related industries will suffer as people continue to prove what was once done in airports and hotels can be done from the comfort (and personal expense) of your own home.   Slides referenced in this episode can be found here: https://www.jaymartin.club/ddb-slides You can keep up with Danielle on Twitter, @DiMartinoBooth, and don’t forget to pick up a copy of her book, Fed Up: An Insider's Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America.  Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Jul 25

28 min 2 sec

In this episode, Jay is joined by legendary speculator, libertarian philosopher, and bestselling author Doug Casey of Casey Research. Most commodities, now being under the cost of production, are good value. In Doug's words, "it's metaphysically impossible for everything to be over-priced, but actually everything is overpriced, with the exception of the raw materials of civilization, which is to say, commodities. I’m bullish on commodities in general, that’s the argument in a nutshell." In this interview Doug discusses his novels, takes a deep dive into the value of commodities and why he’s so bullish on them, his investments in the shipping industry, and how he breaks up his portfolio. He also touches on why he believes we are well into, what he calls, the greater depression.  To get more from Doug, head to highgroundseries.com and check out Doug Casey’s Take on YouTube.   Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week. 

Jul 25

31 min 48 sec

For the first episode of The Jay Show, Jay discusses a number of contemporary issues with the Right Honourable Stephen Harper. As Canada’s 22nd Prime Minister, Mr. Harper led Canada’s quick recovery from the 2008 depression, and Jay draws on that expertise to shed light on a possible future. Jay seeks his perspective on a number of topics, including the most important decisions/policies he put in place to help Canada make the most of the growth in resource prices through his tenure as PM. Mr. Harper also offers his thoughts on the commodities market, and the end game with our runaway government debts and the potential of a sovereign debt crisis. They deliberate, if the USD is sustainable as the world reserve currency, what happens to the US if they were to lose Reserve currency status, and what would replace it? Jay also gets Mr. Harper’s thoughts on Central Bank Issued Digital Currencies and the economic forces that have been tipping the world toward populism. Moreover, they discuss the extent to which major technology companies (Facebook, Twitter, Google, etc.) are responsible for the growing divide and unrest, and the industries Mr. Harper feels will provide the most opportunities for young entrepreneurs.   To stay up to date with Mr. Harper, you can follow his official Twitter account @stephenharper, and be sure to pick up a copy of his book, Right Here, Right Now: Politics and Leadership in the Age of Disruption.   Join our investment community and sign up for our free weekly newsletter at cambridgehouse.com. Keep up with Jay all over social media @jaymartinbc. Be sure to leave a review, rate us 5 stars, and follow the podcast to be notified of new episodes each week.      

Jul 25

50 min 48 sec