Eric Jackson talks World Cup, Apex Watercraft, NPFL, Fat Tire Fishing Throwdown and River Cleanup and upcoming events
The Fishing Guide Podcast
In episode 66 of the Fishing Guide Podcast our host Brad Wiegmann interviews Eric Jackson about World Cup, Apex Watercraft, NPFL, Fat Tire Fishing Throwdown and River Cleanup and upcoming events. Tackle Time features PICO Lures and Smith’s Consumer Products Lawaia Pliers.
Eric Jackson - From Stage to Community Center // Elizabeth Takeuchi-Krist - Food, Philosophy and Fun
In this episode, Eric Jackson discusses his experience in the theater as he toured around the country, building his knowledge of Broadway and bringing lessons off-stage to his new career. Ss Sonoma Community Center’s creative director, he also shares some of the programs they offer including fiber arts classes and the trashion fashion show extravaganza. Then, Elizabeth Takeuchi-Krist talks about her journey to Sonoma, her Asian-american identity, and the story and philosophy of the Starling Bar which she owns and runs. She shares the way music plays a central role in the bar’s identity, how she got involved in the food industry, and the different roles she plays in the Sonoma community.
How to Find the Next Google, Amazon, or Microsoft, With Investor Eric Jackson
Episode SummaryFinding the right place to start when it comes to investing in companies can appear mind-boggling, especially when times are constantly changing. Eric Jackson, President of EMJ Capitol, explains the complexities of companies, how to find the best investments, and the process of how he got started. Syd joins Eric Jackson to understand how to invest in and research the up-and-coming companies, niches, and trends.Syd FinkelsteinSyd Finkelstein is the Steven Roth Professor of Management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. He holds a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics and a Ph.D. from Columbia University. Professor Finkelstein has published 25 books and 90 articles, including the bestsellers Why Smart Executives Fail and Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Master the Flow of Talent, which LinkedIn Chairman Reid Hoffman calls the “leadership guide for the Networked Age.” He is also a Fellow of the Academy of Management, a consultant and speaker to leading companies around the world, and a top 25 on the global Thinkers 50 list of top management gurus. Professor Finkelstein’s research and consulting work often relies on in-depth and personal interviews with hundreds of people, an experience that led him to create and host his own podcast, The Sydcast, to uncover and share the stories of all sorts of fascinating people in business, sports, entertainment, politics, academia, and everyday life. Eric JacksonEric Jackson, Ph.D., is the President and Portfolio Manager of EMJ Capital, Ltd., which he founded in 2017. Eric was previously involved as an investor in Yahoo and Viacom as a Manager Director at SpringOwl Event Driven Partners from 2014 - 2016. Eric co-founded and was the Portfolio Manager of Ironfire Capital LLC from 2008 - 2014. He was President of Jackson Leadership Systems from 2004 - 2007, and was Vice President of Business Development at VoiceGenie Technologies, Inc. from 2000 - 2004. Eric has a Ph.D. in Management from the Columbia Business School (2002) and a BA in English Literature from McGill University (1994).Insights from this episode:The essentials of researching companies and their niches in order to start investments.Advantages of working at a startup and networking with the people around you to get a foot in the door.Benefits of not being afraid to take risks and put your name in the open, where the outcome can vary.Aspects of the ever-changing market, the situation with GameStop, and Covid-19’s long-lasting adjustments to the market.Details on how some businesses will continue to stay the same, the unknown of what will come next, and succeeding in the podcast industry. Quotes from the show:“My philosophy is that I'm really trying to look for, I call it the next generation of FANG Stocks. So I tend not to invest in the Netflix and Facebooks of the world.” – Eric Jackson [19:04]“So that’s where the pressure comes in. Just trying to balance your view of the world, your faith in your original research...and all the pressure that comes with having a good year.” – Eric Jackson [22:35]On the stock market: “You got to be right twice, when you get in and when you get out.” – Syd Finkelstein [23:45]On GameStop and the influx of small investing: “I think that people should try. I think they should experiment. I mean the only way that I learned is by making terrible mistakes. That’s the only path to wisdom.” – Eric Jackson [29:15]“Everything we do plants various seeds, some good seeds, some bad seeds out there.” – Syd Finkelstein [36:05]On big bosses: “Because they look for unusual talent. There’s standard talent and that’s fine...and the people who change the world the most are the unusual talent.” – Syd Finkelstein [39:56]Eric on Journalism: “Be clear about what your belief is, what your argument is, because that’s an investment. You got to write a story.” – Eric Jackson [41:21]Covid-19 and its effects: The longer people have to adjust to this new reality and change their own behaviors, they are going to create new behaviors...So, what are the companies that are going to benefit from the new patterns?” – Eric Jackson [46:40]On effects of Covid-19 and other historical events: “I don’t think the world isn’t going to completely change overnight…There are going to be some major shifts in views and attitudes and expectations throughout layers of organizations.” – Eric Jackson [51:50]On podcasts and streaming: “The long term secular transfer of media is not very bright, but there are going to be these rays of sunshine…stars that emerge in the niches.” – Eric Jackson [56:22]Eric’s advice to himself: “The persevering, even at the point where you think you don't know how you’re gonna do it, always has led to amazing things on the other side.” – Eric Jackson [59:29]Stay Connected: Syd FinkelsteinWebsite: http://thesydcast.comLinkedIn: Sydney FinkelsteinTwitter: @sydfinkelsteinFacebook: The SydcastInstagram: The SydcastEric JacksonLinkedIn: Eric JacksonTwitter: @ericjacksonSubscribe to our podcast + download each episode on Stitcher, iTunes, and Spotify.This episode was produced and managed by Podcast Laundry (www.podcastlaundry.com)
Eric Jackson is an organizer, educator, and filmmaker, humbly serving as the visionary and a co-founder of Black Yield Institute, committed to building a movement toward Black Land and Food Sovereignty in Baltimore. Currently, he and his team are committed to a 1.25 acre urban agriculture operation and building a cooperatively-owned grocery store in South Baltimore, while also conducting Black-led research, facilitating political education, and organizing an action network.
Good at the Cyber (with Crowdstrike CEO George Kurtz), 3 tech stocks for 2021 (with hedge fund manager Eric Jackson), Impeachment - ANOTHER ONE
The Compound and Friends
This week on The Compound Show, Josh talks with George Kurtz, co-founder and CEO of Crowdstrike, one of the fastest growing technology companies in America. Crowdstrike's shares have nearly quadrupled over the past year as Wall Street has fallen in love with the company's growth prospects, business model and expanding TAM. George's official blog is here at Crowdstrike's corporate homepage: https://www.crowdstrike.com/blog/staff-member/george-kurtz/page/1/Next, Eric Jackson joins the show to discuss his top three stock ideas for 2021. Eric's hedge fund, EMJ Capital Ltd, reportedly gained over 100% last year, having invested in some of the biggest work from home winners. You can learn more about Eric's fund here: https://emjcapital.ltd/Obviously nothing on this channel should be considered as personalized financial advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any securities. See our disclosures here: https://ritholtzwealth.com/podcast-youtube-disclosures/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After coming face to face with the human cost of food apartheid, Eric Jackson founded the Black Yield Institute in 2015. A Baltimore-based, black-led action network and think tank, Black Yield is determined to generate solutions for the systemic problems plaguing black and brown communities from within those communities themselves.
Eric Jackson: For Christians, What Do We Mean By ‘Normal’?
Stand Up For The Truth Podcast
Today, we evaluate how the Christian church in America is doing as many are dealing with anxiety, fear or feeling overwhelmed due to the high levels of stress this year has brought. We need some encouragement today more than ever. More of us are coming to terms with the fact we may never get back to "normal” again. How should we respond to this and how can we be better at understanding the times?Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.
Eric Jackson: How Do We Awaken Pastors & Churches to Fight
Stand Up For The Truth Podcast
We discuss how the role of pastor has changed, how the church has changed, particularly in America, and how politics has almost become a four-letter word in churches. It wasn't always this way.Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.
Eric Jackson: Feral Christians vs Lukewarm ‘Relevant’ Churches
Stand Up For The Truth Podcast
The church in America is not the same church that began in Jerusalem. We have become domesticated. What can we do to get back to biblical Christianity instead of being worried about being "relevant" and seeker sensitive?Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.