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The Rhodium Community is a very small, but highly engaged and connected community of digital entrepreneurs. The idea is quality over quantity and their invite-only, yearly conference “Rhodium Weekend” only has ~100 tickets available.

I was fortunate enough to receive an invite to Rhodium Weekend 2016 and to put it bluntly it changed the focus for this podcast and helped me identify a need in the market which eventually lead to the decision to quit my day job and pursue my own passions and business full time. You could say it was life-changing.

If you keep up with Liberty Entrepreneurs then you know that I’m interested in cultivating my own community of digital entrepreneurs and hopefully host a conference in 2018. Chris’ experience and feedback in both of these areas as well as his experience being a successful digital entrepreneur has gained my respect. I just had to have him on the show to tell us his story and how he’s found more freedom in his personal life because of entrepreneurship.

Thanks again for tuning in!
Contact Info:

Website: www.ChrisYates.org

Rhodium Weekend Conference: www.RhodiumWeekend.com

Chris’ business: centurica.com/

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Meet the hosts

Ashe Whitener is the founder and host of the Liberty Entrepreneurs Podcast which aims to provide an alternative perspective to achieving individual freedom through the creative, entrepreneurial process rather than through the tried and failed process of politics. Ashe has two BS degrees in Engineering and is also an original member of Peter Schiff’s Euro Pacific Bank where he is currently the Head of Business Development. Much of Ashe’s experience has come during his time living in Panama and he continues to consult global teams on various projects including tech startups and offshore asset protection.

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  • Currently Central Fund of Canada (symbol: CEF) is trading at a 6.1% discount to NAV: http://www.centralfund.com/Nav%20Form.htm The fund is roughly half gold/half silver.  At times the NAV can get to 5+%, so if you buy at a discount like this, it can be very rewarding.  Owning physical is great of course, but if you’re looking to add more to your holding, this is a smart way to do it.

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  • This question goes out to everyone’s favorite Gold Bug, Rick Rule: I’ve recently looked into the lithium market as a potential to play off the possible future increase of lithium ion batteries in the automotive and power sectors. Do most of the rules that you teach in doing diligence for speculative gold mining plays apply for lithium mines as well? Have you looked into lithium mining prospecting yourself? Thanks so much!   Travis

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  • Hi there! Can anyone give me some initial advice on where and how to purchase and store physical gold? I’ve never done this before and I figure this is probably the most trustworthy forum for such advice. A bit about my situation. I’m from the UK (Northern Ireland) and have bought gold coins in the past but these were always delivered to me and are in my own possession. I want to buy and store a much larger amount as safely as possible because holding this gold myself is not really an option. My reasoning is that I am considering selling my house and travelling around the world on a motorbike. Ultimately I would like to buy a rental property somewhere that would provide me with some passive income while I travel but would probably rule out the UK. This means I need to put the value somewhere in the mean time and it certainly is not going to be put in a bank! Thanks

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  • Speculators, Take a look at the recent Precious Metals Summit for 2016. It has a vast amount of company presentations but consider paying particular attention to the Ross Beaty interview and the other keynote presentations.   http://www.gowebcasting.com/conferences/2016/09/14/precious-metals-summit

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  • How will people generate income and/or put food on the table as A.I. and automation continue to become more capable, self-learning, and cheaper? Eventually humans will be “unemployable”, much like horses are “unemployable” today, except for narrow novelty purposes (entertainment, sport, horse drawn carriages, etc.). How do we prep for technological unemployment?

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