Dec 22, 2021
Jesse Day is a video producer and writer with a focus on commodities and natural resources. Jesse’s vision for Commodity Culture is to provide education to anyone interested in exploring the delicate balance of commodities and the vital role they play in our economy and our lives.
Jesse studied film at Capilano University, and currently works as Communications Coordinator at Kin Communications Investor Relations in Vancouver. Jesse has also had a fairly long career in broadcasting in Asia, having hosted a variety of travel programs in China and South Korea.
In the episode, Jesse starts off by speaking about his formative years and what led him to a career in communications. Jesse talks about his experience living in Korea for 7 years where he learned the language, immersed himself in the culture and experienced all corners of the continent through TV shows that he hosted. Jesse also shares what is his life was like when he was a hip-hop artist star.
Recently, Jesse has started a new YouTube channel called Commodity Culture where he creates videos that explore the culture and history of commodities and natural resources. During tough economic times, Jesse wants to educate people about the commodities and natural resources space.
Uranium has attracted a lot of attention and has performed extremely well in the last year. Jesse produced a video called “Uranium Mining, History and Science”. Sprott Money Inc., the most trusted North American precious metals dealer, liked his video so much that they have added it to their website. Jesse talks about the uranium bull investment thesis and the most compelling reasons to invest in this commodity. Jesse discusses some of the most influential people in his life and what greatness means to him.
Host: Ben Mumme
Guest: Jesse Day