In his podcasting debut, Fabrice Taylor, Founder and Publisher of The President’s Club Investment Letter, joined James Black to discuss the origin of The President’s Club (2:56), the evolution of journalism and media (4:22), and some telltale signs that an investment may (or may not) be worth considering (12:28). Listen until the end to learn why he feels surprises are a good thing, the importance of having a strong network, and his recommendation on where to have lunch in Edmonton!
In this special “all killer, no filler” edition of #HashtagFinance, Barrington Miller (2X Ontario Chili Cook-Off Champ) joins James Black (habitual eater, and sometimes host) to discuss their eating experiences as frequent business travellers and share some “pro tips” for dining on the road. A full plate is served on this episode including:
– Barrington’s recent food experience in Colombia, the 60-year-old food stand, and the world’s best fruit (NOT apples)
– Where the world’s best shawarma is located (hint – not in Canada!)
– James’ warning about very late-night eating situations
– How to navigate the dicey food scene at Miami International Airport
– Bear’s discovery (and description) of grits in Charleston South Carolina
– Where the best fried chicken can be located in North Carolina
– Special feature – “Where’s Lunch??” in Calgary, Vancouver, and Toronto
– Barrington and James’ thoughts on when you can/should eat breakfast
– A special plea for the restaurant community in Toronto
Listen until the end to get pro tips, including:
1. What to do when you don’t see anyone in a restaurant
2. Why you need to fly into, or out of LaGuardia, and NOT Newark Liberty International
3. How to beat long line-ups for good food
Harborside CEO Andrew Berman sat down with James Black to share the origins of the company and its founder Steve DeAngelo (1:12), his thoughts on the importance of “clean cannabis” (6:45), and the traits of a premium cannabis product (9:30). Listen until the end to learn more about Andrew’s brief life in politics, Harborside’s success in fighting federal government over civil forfeiture, and his predictions around relaxing cannabis advertising standards.
Author and Co-Founder of the Blockchain Research Institute, Alex Tapscott, sat down with James Black to discuss the origins of writing “Blockchain Revolution” with his father, Don Tapscott (0:45), the gut feeling that led him to leave his career in institutional sales (3:00), the resiliency and viability of bitcoin (8:45), and the role security token offerings (STOs) will play in venture financing (14:30). Listen until to end to hear Alex’s thoughts on how Tesla could utilize security tokens, his experience launching the inaugural Blockchain Revolution Global conference, and his perspective on how technology will impact his child’s future.
This special presentation from the Blockchain Revolution Global Conference in April 2019 is brought to you by the CSE – Canadian Securities Exchange. This conversation between CSE CEO Richard Carleton and Blockstation CTO Jai Waterman, with hosting duties by CSE’s James Black, dives into the world of Security Token Offerings (STOs) and how the industry will deliver this necessary evolution in equity capital markets. Highlights from the discussion include an interactive example of how transactions work on blockchain (3:45), the critical differences between ICOs and STOs (8:15), and the disastrous consequences of the paper generated in today’s financial system. (26:45). Listen to the entire presentation to hear about the 10 problems in today’s equity capital markets that can be solved with STOs and how the CSE is creating an exchange-based solution to deliver STOs to the investing public.
The CSE – Canadian Securities Exchange, in partnership with OTC Markets Group, Clark Wilson LLP, and Canaccord Genuity (US) hosted a special presentation for companies interested in discovering the benefits of a cross-border market presence in Canada and the US.
Held on July 17th, 2014 in Vancouver – topics covered included an update on the CSE, OTC Markets Group’s listing standards and processes, market making, and insights on optimizing a cross-border market presence. Watch the entire event below:
Part 1 – CSE Presentation by James Black
Part 2 – OTC Markets Presentation by Steven Jenkins
Part 3 – Panel: Harnessing the Power of Cross-Border Markets
Part 4 – Panel: Harnessing the Power of Cross-Border Markets
CSE was thrilled to host it’s network of supporters from the professional community on February 18th at the Pan Pacific in Vancouver. This was the first leg in a series of events across Canada celebrating the new CSE branding and to extend a big THANK-YOU to everyone who has supported the exchange over the past decade.
A good time was had, including a rousing speech from CSE CEO Richard Carleton who presented a very exciting road map for the exchange over the coming months. Select pictures from the event are available in the gallery below: