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Tesla's China Sales Tumble 27% in April

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

02:04 min | 5 d ago

Tesla's China Sales Tumble 27% in April

"We're here and today. We're talking about the potential impact of new regulatory credits. That tesla has reportedly applied for we also have tweets from elon. Musk on the status of autopilot. Self-driving an update on giga berlin news from waymo crews and toyota n will start by revisiting the china april sales numbers that we discussed yesterday rough day in the markets today. Pretty much across the board tesla finishing down four point four percent five hundred eighty nine dollars ninety nine cents that compared to the nasdaq down two point seven percent arc's innovation. Etf down three point. Seven percent so tussle faring a little bit worse but certainly not an outlier in terms of the performance. Today i want to start off by revisiting china april sales so of course we talked about this yesterday. Some of the confusion out there. I went into a lot of detail on that so that people could understand where the various different viewpoints were coming from and why there was so much confusion and uncertainty yesterday today. I think we've got much more certainty so we'll get through this quicker today. I i did want to note a correction. So the confusion was about. Whether april sales numbers included or excluded exports one of the main factors for me leaning toward a being exclusive of exports and therefore a higher total number was the export number for sack passenger vehicles being higher than the wholesale sales numbers but unfortunately comments or pointed out to me that that was based on a mistranslation so the wholesale sales figure for sack passenger vehicles was actually thirteen thousand and four rather than one thousand three hundred and four so unfortunately that didn't give us any more information about how tesla sales compared to experts so apologies for that whenever i do find errors like that. I tweet them. Out at tesla. Podcasts good reason follow on twitter. Enter notifications on there. I try to limit my tweet so that the notifications are actually useful. Not spamming you. And then i also make sure to pinna comment on that video as well as providing up next video which i'm doing now anyway as i said yesterday related to those april sales figures. We should be getting more information over the coming days. And we've now started to see from a couple of different sources insurance data on individual models. Come out for april so we can see here. It looks like about sixty four hundred for the model three fifty five hundred four. The model y in china in april around twelve thousand newly insured tesla vehicles in china in april

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The case for co-ops, the invisible giant of the economy | Anu Puusa [TEST]

TED Talks Daily

07:31 min | 5 d ago

The case for co-ops, the invisible giant of the economy | Anu Puusa [TEST]

"Wow i get to do that a lot around here. It's finally someone else's turn. So yes i happen to marital wonderful man named ted which is pretty rare in finland where i'm from. It's not a typical finnish name at. Aw trust me i myself. I'm a business professor. And i love teaching but you know what my students are fed up. They have really fed up. With the way the business is growing the environment and making wealth inequality was and putting money and profits above all else. And what really makes them mad is when i tell them about the cooperative movement the angry because once they understand how cooperatives they feel like a secret solution has been kept hayden before i tell you more about why cooperative sauce so great. I want to explain what they are. A corporate. dave is an organization that is owned by its members who are also its customer and decision maker and unlike most businesses where certain owners can buy more power and influence in a corporate day of every member has one vote which was the revolutionary idea back when the model was first introduced a regular mind not dimension a woman with no significant means or prestigious position in the society as an owner and partner in business on heard of perhaps it's still a bit revolutionary. Copa dave's exist in a sweet spot between the for profit and nonprofit worlds. They uniqueness is based on the idea of duality. They have two distinct but complementary roles on one hand they act like any other business and try to make money but on the other hand cooperatives are and do so much more they are scented enterprises run by and for then members and they tried to achieve economical but also social and cultural goes to benefit those members who are just regular people like you and me and what has happened for. Almost two hundred years is that cooperatives have proven to make decisions with a view across generations instead of quarter to quarter to benefit more people and wells in communities that might not otherwise attract investment while. Still being competitive and innovative. Sounds pretty good right. I guess that's why. At the end of a clause the other day student all red and chest up basically shouted at me of always been a straight a student. Done all the work read. All the books are now you telling me that all my life. I've missed hearing about a movement with this magnitude. I get this a lot. The organized corporate they've movement started in eighteen forty four with the russia's society of equitable pioneers. This was a group of weavers and artisans who are of desperation. Opened a store together to sell things that they could neither get nor afford alone. The cooperative movements from there and became a global phenomenon. Many of the modern day credit unions and farm credit systems. You see in. North america are descendants of the famous cooperative reiffeisen system in germany and here in finland. A man named hanis gephardt is considered to be the father of the finnish cooperative movement in the nineteenth century. He introduced cooperatives to help. People tackle debt poverty and unemployment. It turns out. This is the foundation opo country known for its democratic values high quality education and the happiness of its citizens and this line of impact of cooperative movement can be found in other places in the world to. I'm proud to say that invalided terms. Finland is one of the most cooperative countries in the world. We have about five point. Five million people who have over seven million memberships in cooperatives. That's run everything from groceries to banks each time. I stop at grocery cooperative. When i feel in my guest tank edo jointly owned restaurant. Stay at a hotel or buy clothes. Ohad west of i could bonuses. That can be up to five percent. And when i pay with bank card get an additional half percent off and i know that win. The copa davis doing well. It's not funding a single person's luxury vacation in the bahamas every year. A governance body comprised of elected representatives decides. How any operating surplus will be used. Some of the money will go back to the members. For example this year all consume the corporate dave boyer's caroline also or beco- or as we call it it's part of the group is the biggest corporate of croup in finland. They had a so close of two percent or members purchases and twelve percent return on money invested. When you add up the savings and the return my family received more than two thousand years back which is more than we spend on groceries in one month not to mention that across race above seven percent cheaper than its main competitor. i'm a member owner intrigue cooperatives and my husband has four memberships consumer a bank an insurance and water cooperative. We have two beautiful girls who are ten and twelve years old. And they're also member owners of the s group then. Memberships caused us one hundred euros. Each we want to pass on the legacy and teach them about the benefits of corporate gives early on and of course they're very happy about the yearly interest on cooperative capital. But it's just about us getting money back. It's about the greater good for our community. I'm not only talking about taxes and employment. Our consumer cooperative is the biggest employer in the area. I'm talking about support for young people. Sports arts university and cultural events for example as a member of the board of beco- or a few years ago we agreed to build a sports hall fully exa which is a nearby city here in the eastern part of finland belonging to our cooperatives operational area after we built it. The city signed a very long term rental agreement with us so financially investment made sense and of course it was a major gesture to the local people who not have proper facilities to do all kinds of sports in another case. We ended up rejecting the investment proposal regarding building a senior house downtown. The idea was very good one but we declined because it was the big hosting complex requiring a lot of capital with low expected investment return that would only serve a small part of the membership less than one percent of our over one hundred thousand members and therefore we decided against it

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Confessions of a Bankruptcy Lawyer

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

02:13 min | 6 d ago

Confessions of a Bankruptcy Lawyer

"Bankruptcy financial. Do over or is it game over. I wanted to phone an expert so today. I'm bringing you confessions of a bankruptcy lawyer. Todd thank you so much for joining us. Welcome to money rehab while it's good to be here. Thank you for having me. And let's start with the introduction. Can you tell me about your career. How did you get into the world of scary bankruptcy. Well there's nothing scary about bankruptcy. But i can explain it pretty easily. I went to law school in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine and by the time i graduated in nineteen ninety-two i had dreams of being business slash real estate lawyer but in nineteen ninety-two in southern california. We're having a terrible recession. And nobody could afford a business lawyer or real estate lawyer and what people needed was bankruptcy lawyer. So i got into it that way. So you're fishing title now is i am a bankruptcy lawyer. I am president of my law firm. I'm a certified specialist in bankruptcy both by the california state bar association and the american board certification. And how many people have you helped through bankruptcy. Oh wild guess would be about seven thousand. Bankruptcy is such a scary word. you said. It wasn't scary. Convinced me well okay for my perspective as a lawyer. It's a really nice area practice because if you come into me as a client i can be fairly certain that my prediction of what's going to happen in your case is gonna come true whereas if you go into a family lawyer or a personal injury lawyer or just general civil litigation lawyer lying to you if they told you what was going to happen they really can't make promises and it's disappointing. A large percentage of the time. You don't get the results you want it. You don't get custody of the kids. Don't get the dollar value on your case. All you had but in bankruptcy if you come into being you say look. I am over my head in debt. I can't pay my credit card bills. I can solve the debt problem. I can get you out of debt. And i can be ninety seven percent. Sure the that's gonna work out for

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Amazon Blocked 10 Billion Listings in Counterfeit Crackdown

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Amazon Blocked 10 Billion Listings in Counterfeit Crackdown

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting Amazon blocks ten billion listings last year and a counterfeit crackdown it its first report since announcing you anti counterfeiting efforts in twenty nineteen Amazon says it blocked more than ten billion suspected fake listings last year before any of their offerings were sold Amazon says the number of suspected bad listings it block last year jumped sixty seven percent from the year before according to Amazon counterfeit schemes jumped in twenty twenty as scammers tried to take advantage of shoppers were buying more online during the pandemic Amazon says it spent more than seven hundred million dollars last year on its fraud and anti counterfeiting efforts hi Mike Rossio

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Paddington 2 Breaks a Rotten Tomatoes Record

GSMC Movie Podcast

01:32 min | Last week

Paddington 2 Breaks a Rotten Tomatoes Record

"I am going to be taking a look at films. That for whatever reasons audiences just either didn't connect with or simply just didn't enjoy them as much as the critics did and there is a lot that separates the opinion of critic and the average moviegoer as the average moviegoer is really just looking for an experience. That is enjoyable and entertaining and on the other hand. A critic is essentially going into a film with a checklist of things to look for and in order for a critic to consider a film good. It really has to satisfy a lot of preconceived notions so as we will see in the next segment. It is very hard for critics to see eye to eye on a film in fact it is pretty much impossible to do. So but one exception to that rule was believe it or not. The film paddington to when that film i came out in theaters in two thousand seven enjoyed the longest period of time where a film on rotten tomatoes had both one hundred from the critics and the audience. Now time that has changed it now has an audience rating score of eighty seven percent which is still incredibly high for rotten tomatoes but probably the most surprising thing about that movie is it still has a one hundred percent rating from critics and for those of you wondering if you have this film confused with something else nope. It's the film about a teddy bear with rain coat and a little red hat. That film is rated higher than the godfather and citizen kane.

US Economy Only Added 266,000 April Jobs; Markets Rally

CNBC's Fast Money

02:07 min | Last week

US Economy Only Added 266,000 April Jobs; Markets Rally

"The april jobs report a total bomb payrolls growing at a fraction of what was expected and the unemployment rate taking higher. So what did the market do. It rallied of course many seen the weak jobs report giving the fed coverage remain dovish for longer the dow and closing at record highs and nasdaq also moving higher. The reflation trade was really driving the action today energy industrials materials all rallying strong into the close. Check out the moving. The oh oily. It gained nearly five percent today closing of session highs. And even some parts of the tech trade held up. Semiconductors software names also rising. Today's session outperforming. The broader nasdaq. So what do you make it. Today's action on the back of the biggest jobs miss in more than twenty years. Tammy i'm not sure. If i told you what the outcome of the jobs report was you could have guessed with. This market would have done today. Well i know that the market likes bad news is good news and so let's break out some new kids here because we're going to do a lot of that tonight. I mean you know it's hanging tough and it's hanging tough around the concept that the fed certainly is not moving away anytime soon so Big biggest missing in twenty two years or something in terms of a payroll number. The bottom line here is if it gave ammunition gay. You'll you talked about energy. We've talked to energy all week. Was tom lee or paul. Sankey i gave you my energy basket e oh og up about fourteen percent this year slumbers this week this week. Slumber j. up about sixteen percent this week. Cbs up about seven percent this week. Energy copper prices. All time highs. You were you. Were berating me for yelling on twitter about copper prices just recently. I'm telling you commodity prices lumber prices food prices. It's great for investors in those sectors may not be great for consumers may not be great for multinationals and the input prices we started to talk about that with automakers with housing with even some of the industrial plays like a whirlpool and input costs there but but look markets at all time highs dollars weaker entire complex global markets also emerging markets. Catching some fire this

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Etsy Stock Falls More Than 7% After Earnings

MarketFoolery

01:56 min | Last week

Etsy Stock Falls More Than 7% After Earnings

"Solidly higher than expected. But you would not know that from what is happening to the stock today. Shares of esi falling fourteen percent. I'm assuming this is just based on valuation right. Because they didn't seem to be any big red flags in their results. Yeah and we can talk about the results in a second i would say is that it looks to me like the like. The stock price is really reacting to some of the guidance. That's coming up so they're going to have a little bit more difficult year-over-year calms coming up. Because they did so well last year remember. We had all of the the masks on their platform. Everyone was was looking to buy anything. That's really what's what's causing that. But we talk about the results so I'll take a step back and just explain. What is so at the ecommerce platform for unique handmade and vintage products and its brand is so unique. That twenty twenty survey of buyers that eighty percent of buyers agreed that. Let's see has items that you can't find anywhere else and so when we look at ecommerce platforms which look at the strength of the platform and if their network so in terms of sellers so they saw an increase of sellers of this quarter so is about sixty seven percent increase year over year to total four point seven million sellers active buyers so people have been on the platform at least once in the last year. Increase almost ninety percent year over year to total ninety point six million buyers so a lot of growth here Also what we like to look at our. How often are those buyers engaging the platform for that we look at xy calls habitual buyers which are buyers who spent two hundred dollars more in had six or more purchases in the last twelve months. I'm one of these fires

Chelsea Set up All-English UCL Final

ESPN FC

01:47 min | Last week

Chelsea Set up All-English UCL Final

"Welcoming solicitation of espn afc. On thomas joining the studio today by craig burley we also welcome to the show. Frank leboeuf alley moreno on a shock a hansel up to reflects on the shell e books place in this year's champions league final after beating real madrid three one on aggregate two-nil stanford bridge in these second-leg the goals coming from team. Oh and mason mount craig. This was this was easy. You just looked at that. Stop and out the talk lane and you watch the game and saw sixty seven percent possession real madrid for maybe a little bit unlucky. No not all. I mean not unlucky. Lucky lucky it was only to know. I mean yeah. Lots of possession but but very positive side wayside with by the way forward sideways only injected a life when it dropped of carrying benz among the first half when he got accepted or amid a good run into the baltimore. Great rodney made monitors picked him out for a header from with mandy. But this was this was going over by chelsea. Say that are fighting for fourth known. The preeminently great. That's the crux of the here. Yes thomas was done a marvelous job and reorganising jokes. He scored and they have talent but goodness me a final of competition that. This club thrive on its cope with so much success real madrid and yet they were so meek and so ponderous in the performance the the fact that chelsea beat them by four. Maybe five goals honestly. That was the biggest surprise in the

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US Services Sector Slows Slightly in April After Record High

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

US Services Sector Slows Slightly in April After Record High

"Activity in the U. S. services sector continues to grow most Americans work in the services sector and the pace of expansion actually slowed a bit in April but that's because it followed record growth in March when orders hiring and prices all surged the institute for supply management survey registered to still high reading of sixty two point seven percent last month any reading above fifty indicates the sector is expanding April marked the eleventh straight month of expansion after two month contraction in April or may of last year when the country was struggling with widespread shutdowns caused by the corona virus pandemic Ben Thomas Washington

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Strong Gains in Consumer Spending and Incomes in March

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Strong Gains in Consumer Spending and Incomes in March

"Consumer spending and personal incomes made solid gains last month the commerce department says consumer spending was up four point two percent in March that's the best showing since June and a solid rebound after frigid weather contributed to a February decline meanwhile incomes had a record surge up twenty one point one percent in March after a seven percent drop in February the big gain reflected delivery of billions of dollars in government relief payments up to fourteen hundred dollars for many that were part of the one point nine trillion dollar coronavirus support package president Biden pushed through Congress the report also showed inflation rose two point three percent in March compared with the year earlier however when food and energy which tend to be volatile or excluded inflation was lower at one point eight percent Ben Thomas Washington

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Reminder: Apple Makes a LOT of Money

Talking Tech

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Reminder: Apple Makes a LOT of Money

"Net listeners. It's molina and i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking tech. I know you have an iphone. And i bet you've used a lot during the coronavirus pandemic. Oh absolutely i got an iphone. Twelve many a few months ago. And i really like it. And if you ask anyone in my household they probably think that My phone is a part of my body. At this point. you're not alone. Longtime a new apple. Device users have been relying on the company's products and services in recent months. We know that because apple this week announce another outstanding quarter. And we're talking to january twenty twenty one march twenty twenty one time period in terms of device sales and revenue from services. Let me throw some results. Sales of ipads rose seventy seven percent. Compared to a year ago amounts to seven point. Eight billion mac. Computer sales increased sixty nine percent to nine point. One billion apple also sold sixty six percent more i phones generating sales of forty eight billion. That's the company's biggest ever march quarter and in terms of wearables homes and accessories. That's a specific category. That includes apple. Tv players apple watches. Sales rose twenty four percent to seven point. Eight billion so across the board day saw increases and then also you and i both written about apple services like apple music app news apple tv plus icloud apple fitness things like that will revenue from services grew twenty seven percent to sixteen point. Nine billion overall added more than forty million paid subscriptions during the quarter to surpass six hundred and sixty million total. So you add all this up. And apple's overall revenue rose fifty four

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Jaguars Open NFL Draft, Meyer Era by Drafting Lawrence

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Jaguars Open NFL Draft, Meyer Era by Drafting Lawrence

"The Clemson quarterback was outstanding in his three college seasons completing sixty seven percent of his passes for ten thousand ninety eight yards nineteen touchdowns in just seventeen interceptions while also rushing for nine hundred forty three yards Lawrence is widely considered the best college QB prospect since Andrew luck nearly a decade ago and will pair with new head coach urban Meyer is the faces of the franchise Lawrence won a national championship as a freshman taking game MVP honors as the Tigers hammered Alabama forty four sixteen he finished second in the Heisman Trophy balloting as a junior last season before entering the draft I'm the ferry

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Tranexamic Acid Plus Uterotonic Agents Significantly Reduce Postpartum Blood Loss

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:11 min | 2 weeks ago

Tranexamic Acid Plus Uterotonic Agents Significantly Reduce Postpartum Blood Loss

"Hemorrhage remains a leading cause of severe maternal complications and death worldwide prophylactic administration of traffic amick. Acid has been associated with reduced postpartum blood loss after caesarean delivery in several small trials but evidence of its benefit in the clinical context remains inconclusive in this trial. Four thousand four hundred thirty. One women undergoing caesarean delivery before or during labor at thirty four or more jess station weeks were randomly assigned to receive an intravenously administered prophylactic utero tonic agent and either traffic amic acid or placebo. The primary outcome of postpartum hemorrhage occurred in twenty six point seven percent of women in the traffic samick acid group and thirty one point six percent of women in the placebo group. There were no significant between group. Differences in mean gravity metrically estimated blood loss or in the percentage of women with provider assessed clinically significant postpartum hemorrhage. Use of additional utera. Tonic agents or postpartum blood transfusion thromboembolic events. In the three months after delivery occurred in zero point. Four percent of women who received traffic samec acid and in zero point one percent of women who received placebo among women who underwent cesarean delivery and received prophylactic utero. Tonic agents traffic samick. Acid treatment resulted in a significantly lower incidents of calculated estimated blood loss greater than one thousand milliliters or red cell transfusion by day two then placebo but it did not result in a lower incidence of hemorrhage related secondary clinical outcomes postpartum hemorrhage a review article by jessica beanstalk from johns hopkins university school of medicine baltimore. Postpartum hemorrhage continues to be the leading preventable cause of maternal illness and death. Globally worldwide postpartum hemorrhage accounts for eight percent of maternal deaths in developed regions of the world and twenty percent of maternal deaths in developing

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Biden to sign $15 minimum wage for federal contract workers

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden to sign $15 minimum wage for federal contract workers

"President but it is preparing to sign an executive order to increase the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour for federal contractors I'm Julie Walker administration officials say the order will provide a pay bump to hundreds of thousands of those workers they say the workers will become more productive as a result so the increase should not be costly to taxpayers the increase to be approved under today's executive order could be dramatic for workers who are in the current minimum of ten dollars and ninety five cents an hour those workers would receive up thirty seven percent pay hike though the increase would be rolled out gradually under the terms of the order

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Biden Focuses on Capital-Gains Taxes

The Young Turks

01:52 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden Focuses on Capital-Gains Taxes

"Is going to be seeking new taxes on the rich including a near doubling of the capital gains tax for people earning more than one million dollars a year to pay for the next phase in his four trillion dollar plan to reshape the american economy. He will also propose raising its marginal income tax rate to thirty nine point. Six percent from thirty seven percent. Dear god the level it was cut to by president. Donald trump's tax overhaul back in two thousand seventeen We are expecting that is going to be the full proposal gonna come out next week. As part of his american families plan which would provide for paid family leave and free community college among other priorities. The white house has insisted the plan will not raise taxes on middle or low income americans which is reassuring to them. But we're concerned about the over emotional rich so let's go to some of the initial reactions That were had on. The larry kudlow show jimmy area. That capital gains came out. I wasn quick enough. I'm telling you. I had to read that headline about four times before i actually believed it. Felt like i was in some sort of weird daydream. It is there is absolutely no coaching. That can be made by anybody. In defensive doubling doubling more than doubling the capital gains tax. It's just as they know full. Well that not only will it not gain any more tax receipts from it. They've that side of the aisle has admitted that several different times it is such an economic negative. And i think in the long term you can actually even make a neutral argument for the stock market in the long term are more reluctant to sell to take it in the near term. They've probably some will want to sell to take advantage of the current capital gains and arguing with people. Some people were very smart. Economists saying oh this will never pass. I don't care it's been out there by the president united states a completely absolutely asinine tax. It just it made me sad more than

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Biden to Propose Nearly Doubling Capital Gains Tax for Wealthy

The Breakdown with NLW

01:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden to Propose Nearly Doubling Capital Gains Tax for Wealthy

"Yesterday the big news story was biden's intended increase in the capital. gains tax. President biden is set to propose nearly doubling the capital gains tax rate to thirty nine point six percent. The stated goal of this is to pay for social spending that addresses inequality urban brookings suggests that it would raise three hundred and seventy billion dollars over a decade for those making a million dollars or more of the new top rate when combined with the obamacare levy would be forty three point four percent. That's supposed to a current base rate of twenty percents and it's even worse for new yorkers and californians where new york would be as high as fifty two point two two percent and california would see taxes of fifty six point seven percent. These central political argument will be wages and well should be treated same on one. Side versus investment capital encourages the development of the infrastructure of the future on the other side. What's clear is that the stock market does not like this. It slid the most that it has a month. of course. this isn't yet official. Biden will detail. His american families plan in joint address to congress on april twenty eight th that will include whatever final proposal is.

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Capital-Gains Tax Hike Is on Biden's Radar

CoinDesk Podcast Network

01:07 min | 3 weeks ago

Capital-Gains Tax Hike Is on Biden's Radar

"Yesterday the big news story was biden's intended increase in the capital. gains tax. President biden is set to propose nearly doubling the capital gains tax rate to thirty nine point six percent. The stated goal of this is to pay for social spending that addresses inequality urban brookings suggests that it would raise three hundred and seventy billion dollars over a decade for those making a million dollars or more of the new top rate when combined with the obamacare levy would be forty three point four percent. That's supposed to a current base rate of twenty percents and it's even worse for new yorkers and californians where new york would be as high as fifty two point two two percent and california would see taxes of fifty six point seven percent. These central political argument will be wages and well should be treated same on one. Side versus investment capital encourages the development of the infrastructure of the future on the other side. What's clear is that the stock market does not like this. It slid the most that it has a month. of course. this isn't yet official. Biden will detail. His american families plan in joint address to congress on april twenty eight th that will include whatever final proposal is.

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Getting Personal on Climate With Will Hackman

The Real Agenda Network

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Getting Personal on Climate With Will Hackman

"Today. I'm pleased to be joined by will hackman who has spent the last ten years running political campaigns and advancing public policy related to environmental conservation. And he's now working on a new book project about the need to reframe the climate competent conversation in the us to a more personal level. Now we're ready. Pleased to find out that forty seven percent of our listeners. To the real agenda network are in north america so now we have a new show especially for you but do i sound american Well no. I'm originally from london england but i spent seven great years in san francisco bay area of california where originally i was advising technology companies on global communication. Then i wrote my book from here to prosperity and new political agenda and also worked on the bernie two thousand and sixteen campaign which is indeed. Great fun plus. I was on the national organizing team for a new people's party so it was back in march. When i spoke to we'll hackman was keen to get an update especially about the plans of the new biden administration and its focus for the future. So i started by asking. We'll and we'll know. Climate change is a human survival issue. But what do you see as the biggest problem facing effective action to minimize climate change. So the biggest problem i see is the misunderstanding of what climate change means to people individually we've had decades of greats advocacy and research and scientific cutting edge awareness of of the climate problem to all of us Into nature and natural systems but so many people still don't see the direct link to climate change in their lives. And i think that is the thing you know. I i work in advocacy. I build campaigns for environmental issues and and many different places in the world and you build support for those things by telling a personal story that people can connect with

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"about seven percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"We sometimes tell ourselves and the first one that I think of is why bother with investing it's rigged against the little guy and just become an anti investor. Right. Yeah. That's a that's one of those ridiculous statements of ever heard. Right. Because you know, when you when you think about it the little guy, and that's all retail that let's be certain about this, right? If you have two hundred million dollars or you a little guy or a big guy in the world of investing two hundred million dollars. I would like to think your big guy. I would hope now you're not just the retail investor because it's the big guys are the institutions, and they do have an advantage in some ways. But when it comes to just investing the little guy has all the advantages against the big goes. So now, I've never heard that. It sounds very counterintuitive to me. So why does the little guy had the advantage and investing in the stock market over the big guy, please explain investing has been democratized? Right. You can buy a portfolio of stocks cheaper now than you ever have in your lifetime. You have index funds. Have ETF set indexes. You have full access to the markets and your purchases aren't going to move the market where if you're a biggest to investor your buy millions of shares just you're buying can move the price where you're costing yourself money when you invest yet. No, you're at the ability to execute now and to your. Of the cost of become so low for the quote, unquote, little guy the retail investor. You're right. It's cheaper to invest in. It's ever been before. And you don't have to worry about moving the market which really comes down to just staying invested in the market as opposed to trying to time the market, and that's all thing if you look at the five hundred or any big market index basically over the last hundred years is averaged about seven percent after inflation. That means you're going to double your money every ten years, whether you have a hundred million dollars or you have a thousand dollars, right? So we'll see where any sisters at a disadvantage yet. Another irony too. That is if you just own the S and P as an index over the last ten years, you probably average, you know, I think is over eight percent a year if you owned a hedge fund and your quote, unquote, the big money, all the hedge funds actually underperformed. So the big guy got screwed royally over the last decade and a little guy actually one. So it's actually kind of ironic they're another lie that we tell ourselves is you only live once Mike. Might as well spend. Now, forget the future to spend your money, Bob. What right. I think that that should come with the same old adage that every person whoever has a trust fund is told never spend principle. Yes, exactly. You got. This is one of the reasons why you wanna plan because my guess is it gets a little nerve wracking as close to retirement retirement, because you don't know quite what you're spending and the fear. There is if you don't know what you're actually spending and my spending over what I'm making every year. And how does that correlate into my retirement, and I going to chew into my assets to quickly start using all my principal. So I run out of money. And that's why it's so important to sit down figure out what your budget is and figure out what you should be saving every year. So you don't start drawing down your principal? Just like you said. And that's it. Right. That's why that's why you can't sleep at night you sit. There wondering am I going to run out of money when every appointment that you, and I have with new clients is that it takes a while. To figure out how much you're spending because they don't know you don't know how much you're spending right now. It's one of the biggest reasons why you should sit down and do a financial plant. Yeah. And the other thing is it's not your parents retirement. Right. I mean, you're going to live a lot longer than your parents. Did you probably gonna have medical costs? That are unforeseen. They're going to cost a lot more than it did for your parents. We always talk about inflation. It's that hidden tax because cost of living's going to go up. So more than ever you have to make sure that you have a portfolio that's built for the long term. These aren't problems that the last generation had that you're gonna have. So it's even more important that you're really keeping your spending in check your saving enough. And that you have a portfolio that set up to win over thirty years as opposed to maybe five ten years like you might have been able to get away with a couple of a generation ago rather next live by that. We tell ourselves is the Bank is the safest place to keep my money right now are totally disagree with this. Well, of course, right because you know, the all banks leak they leak what is that? Mean I mean, he's your money sitting there. And you think you're safe inflation is eating away at your purchasing power that hidden insidious tax of inflation. You're losing two percents year if you have money sitting anywhere. So if you don't make at least two percent, your portfolio's Leting your money shrinking, Bobby. Here's a scary thing uniform getting two and a half percent, which is a magnificent rate. They on my money market fund right now. Brag to all my friends. I still have to pay taxes on that two and a half percent, which actually means my real return after taxes is less than two percent. And you said the cost of living is going up by two percent. That means I'm losing money every single year, that's a bummer. But that's only if you're lucky enough to put your money in the Bank, and they leave you alone. They have these predators sitting in the corner of every Bank branch. Now looking to sell you an annuity? So that you can get even less return on your money. Sounds like a very terrible scenario, Bob, and I think that. They're not the heath by he'll put your right? So that's why you really have to build yourself a portfolio of income producing investments and just sitting in a CD that's getting to even three percent isn't going to cut it. And right now, it's more critical than ever because rates are low, and if you're not getting your money to work that's going to be a huge detriment over the long term for you. The other one Bob, which I hope you aren't saying yourself right now is I'll rely on social security. I don't have to worry about anything else that's going to cover my expenses, which you know, that's not gonna happen now. And it's not even the whole all the fears that you have combined with social security. I read an article social security running out of money. They're gonna start means testing your benefit. They're going to force you to take it later and take less. Well, really doesn't matter because it's not enough. It's not enough for anyone totally going to account for maybe thirty to forty percent of your income needs in retirement. So you need to have a plan to make sure. Sure that you don't run out of money that your money's always growing. And that you're always the chief your income goal that fill that gap that we talk about that income gap that you have retirement. Yeah. And the other thing is there's eighty ways for a couple of take social security. So it's so critical when you're doing that planning to figure out customized for you..

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"about seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"While we Americans only make up about seven percent of the world's total population about sixty eight percent of the world's total drugs are consumed here in United States every year. This is not political propaganda. We have dire crisis on our southwest border in America's share stand behind the present United States one hundred percent. He has had our back. He's had the Americans back. And we stand behind you subtlely what you'd want her today? This is unprecedented for president take this type of action, and we commend you. We applaud you. Lucci. Jason. You've been through and through. John was killed in two thousand fourteen by repeat illegal alien criminal now to see in this country. He was a police officer Mesa, Arizona. And. Has come forward to tell their stories not because we've created a manufactured crisis. Then because we want to tell the American people share with your heart and let you know was happening on our doorsteps what's happening to your neighbors was happening to your fellow Americans. And there is a way to prevent this. And it's not by continually lying to you. And telling you that there isn't a problem. There is a problem. It's a national emergency. And thank you. Thank you. Good. Mr President, I echo the sentiments. Thank you for all the support. This has been something we're not used to for the last several years to have this kind of support. This is what we say. There is on this isn't about immigration anymore. This is about drug trafficking and human trafficking into this country. If you care about human rights, you should absolutely care about border security. Human beings are being their rights being violated order every day. And I know I speak on behalf years on the border sheriffs that I challenge our congressmen and women and senators come down and see firsthand what we're dealing with. Yourselves before you before you cast your vote and you'll see that we do we are dealing with the crisis. And we're fighting everyday alongside our federal partners a local partner sheriff's offices to take care of this. Well, thank you, Mr President. Thank you. Thank you. Mr president. I've been I've been sure for twenty years, and I've been dealing with congress for twenty one years on this issue immigration. A lot of people listen to the twenty one years, but Mr President you was the first person who's taking action and giving us back or mold for sleep, which vol security American people back with the desert, which is to be protected signing this today,.

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"about seven percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A structured strategy and integrated investments, you're listening to bucket strategy investing. Talk about that. After the bottom of the hour here. We're going to get into this topic of tax Benjamin retirement, what you need to look out for how you best cope with or potentially cope the best with what you're given. And part of the problem is, of course, that we don't know what the tax laws and brackets are going to be six seven eight years from now or whenever these things expire, you know, they could revert back. They could make changes they could fix things. We don't know. But we can only deal with what we have. So this is what we do when we plan. All right. Eight seven seven planner P L A double N E R skip back to the phone lines urban is next and Leesburg Virginia. Hello urban. Hello. Johnny dean. How're you? Thanks for taking my call. Sure. How can we help you today? My friend. I spoke with my financial planner and. I just like to know if we are are kind of like in the same path. In comparison with the benchmark or week. We're doing our investment correctly. Okay. In two thousand nine we started. We'd one eighty and we dollar cost average in February two thousand eighteen we are in the eight thirty. Okay. How much were you putting in each month? About two thousand per month. Two thousand blockbuster Roth IRA. Okay. Doing some math here. So what are you? What are you hoping to achieve out of that? I mean, if if you started with one eighty and you put two thousand a month in for nine years is it basically or great. Great. And he ended up with eight thirty. If you're hoping come on go. Oh. What kind of a rate of return on you hoping to achieve out of that? Well, according to the financial planner. She said that we're getting about seven percent year per year, ever since inception. Well that the numbers that you gave me more like ten and a half. Oh, I see. So yeah, you're beating the seven percent the benchmark for a lot of people have used the seven or eight percent growth benchmark for their long-term growth bucket. They're hoping that they can do at least that net of fees and other things for their clients. And you have achieved that if that if the goal was long-term growth. Those are the numbers if we're putting starting with one hundred and eighty thousand dollars we put in two thousand dollars a month, and we ended up with eight thirty nine years later. What does that ninety six hundred eight months later? Now, the years later hundred twenty would be ten I can back into doing that. So one hundred and eight hundred eight months that is a ten point seven percent rate of return annualized average rate of return. Not bad not bad at all. I could live with that. Sure. I see now. Could be like is there a possibility that we could do better? Yeah. You wanna take okay? I don't know how much risk you are taking but to get I mean, come on ten percent. If you're really worried about ten and a half percent, not being good enough that there might be a little bit of an issue there. But that's a pretty good rate of return. We can continue to do ten percent per year on average over a nine year period of time. We typically look for a little bit longer period of time. The SNP did over a ten year period of time starting before. You know, at some point again, I don't know how much risk you're taking did about ten percent rate of return. They'll ten point two. So you're doing it with help from it advisor, you're doing it most likely the is helping you on other areas other than just the the investments they may be helping you with your planning how much you're saving how much you're still scared. He's going to be your strategies when you're going to do when you retire structuring the products and probably not one hundred percent of the money is impure growth either. But hey, if you can average ten percent a year on your overall portfolio that is probably better than I would expect. Okay. All right. Well, thank you so much. I just want to clarify if we are on the right track. I would be happy with me personally a ten percent ten year nine year average. Yeah. I'd be happy with that. Yeah. Net of any expenses. You've paid all that. Yeah. I mean, we started with one eighty we've put three thousand a month, and we ended up with eight thirty now. Okay. All right. Then we'll thank you so much. Yeah. That's very welcome. I think the advisers. I enjoy that. Yeah. I take I thank you for the call urban. Then again, I don't know. How is the portfolio is invested? He sounded on the younger side of life. So he may still be one hundred percent growth. I mean, and that's what I would expect to be able to get a ten percent rate of return. Yeah. Now, of course, we we have to keep in mind here that we've seen if you're going for growth over ten years, and you are invested as such we've seen this run up. I mean, everybody's taking advantage of that. If that's indeed what you're what you're looking for. You know, we used to talk back in the ninety s now we, but there was talk back in the nineteen nineties about how it's you know, how I look at my prowess. I'm up eighty percent for the year, you know, and all this stuff. And and really what you're doing is kind of riding a wave. But it's good to know that if his goals were indeed growth to get growth out of this. And it sounds like because he's putting in two thousand a month, not bad. He was starting towards the bottom. But a lot of the money wasn't there at the bottom. We just talked about a stat that said from the bottom of the market the portfolio, did you know, eighteen percent over the past nine years. But in his case, not all the money. Was there at the beginning of the period. It he only had about twenty percent of it twenty five twenty twenty five percent of in the market that got that rate of return, then he staged in some of it got a good rate of return. But nothing got any better than that. Some of the gotta less rate of return because we were up in the. So yeah, hey, if you can average ten percent over a nine year period of time in a growth portfolio, and again, I don't know how his portfolios allocated. He may have had some things that had less risk involved in the portfolio, which temper that. Hey, ten percent over nine years. Let's not be totally greedy here. Yeah. And I I don't think he was he was doing that. I just think he wanted to know what his question was what what was the his advisors said that they earn better than seven percent, which I think Mark they benchmark to that. So either seven or eight percent is a common benchmark. Yeah. You did. At least that. If you're trying to beat a certain benchmark and your benchmark was seven or eight the last nine years. Hey, you beat it. Now, as as the market's going up, of course, your dollar cost averaging in which means that you're buying technically for the most part over that ten year period of time, or whatever it's been. You're buying fewer nine years. You're buying fewer shares because I rice at a higher price. You're still being helped in many ways, there's talk about we we talked about, you know, what if you go to cash went to cash in two thousand seven, you know, October and you jumped back in. But I think technically if you had the money to do it you'd want to continue to invest on the way down, which is where really really were dollar cost averaging tends to help. What I what I talked about. Earlier was if we had perfect time that we would have gone to cash and early twentieth. Seven and then put a hundred percent of it in twenty March ninth of two thousand eight but we don't have that kind of hindsight. We have we have hindsight we have no force. We had no idea that that was the top of the market or that was the bottom of the market. And we don't and most people don't have large lump sums that. They're just gonna pull in pull out in time everything one hundred percent like that. Most people dollar cost average why. Because that's how we save. We don't have a two million dollar folio for a ten year period of time that we're just going to.

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"about seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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"about seven percent" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"You're making about seven percent on your money and with the pension when you die. Unless you got survivor on it. It dies with you. And certainly does with him either. And we are going to do this. So the, but either way when both of you are gone this. Money's gone, right? Right. Unless you take the lump sum. Okay. If you take the lump sum, obviously now your money, and if you had on your house, the house is now yours, and so the money's not gone at death, right? And your home mortgage interest rate is what? It's like maybe three percent. So you're making three percent by paying that offense to seven and you're debt free. And it makes things a lot better around there, and you pay off the car, and it's probably a higher percentage. So. How much other nest egg the two of you have other than this money? A little over one hundred thousand dollars. Okay. You got some catching up to do there because we're using a bunch of it here. But this pays off your home and your car and does that make you one hundred percent debt-free. Yes. It does while. Okay. So we're going to take those two payments that you don't have anymore. We're gonna Jack up your retirement savings. Okay. Okay. So that we end up with a lot more as a result than this thirty three. Okay. So not only do we have the benefit of the house being paid off the carbon paid off. But now you're gonna end up wealthier at retirement because you're going to use that money that you used to pay in payments to build that nest egg faster. Okay. You see what I'm doing? Yes. I do only if you do all of that is the smart. Okay. But if you do those two steps one is your debt free, and then to use your debt freedom to take that money and grow more wealth for retirement, then you're in good shape. And yes that is exactly what I would do. I would. Do that be very careful that you're not getting penalized. If you need to wait just a little bit of time and not get penalized to fifty nine or something you might want to do that. But I sounds like possibly you're under one of those municipality pensions, which the rules are, you know, they're they're varied. And so you can possibly pull that out. I think you might be right. But just double check that Catherine's with us in Montgomery, Alabama. Hi, katherine. How are you? I'm good. How Ramsey better than I deserve. What's up? Okay. I'm calling because unfortunately, I think my husband and my have made a bad move as far as trying to Lisa car. Oh, and I've not up on KB. And it looks like I may have negative equity possibly ten thousand dollars trying to see very device to see if I should just roll it over onto. Since I've been listening that you suggest used to. And or just go ahead and take out a personal loan instead and different. Okay. And so what is the early buyout on the fleece? Have you gotten that number? Twenty eight thousand in. Where'd you get the number? Kaby? No, that's the value of the car from my. My USA online payoff. Okay. All right. And so the USAA holds the fleece, then correct? Okay. Got it. Okay. So it's twenty eight thousand and Kaby says the cars worth eighteen. Yes. That's correct. Okay. Wow. Yeah. You got burned and you. Yes. I did. Okay. And what's your household income? Combined six thousand my husband, and I okay. And what's your other vehicle worth? Maybe twenty five hundred. It's eight. My husband drives, he's thinking of taking out a new vehicle. I'm sorry. And he's thinking about taking out a new vehicle taking out a new vehicle. What's that many? He's talking about buying a new vehicle and going into debt to buy brand new car. Yes. It would be kinda stupid for you to go to all this trouble. And try to get out of a leash if you're gonna turn right and go back into that new car keto. Correct. No that we recently started listening to audio total money makeover. Okay. And so you is he still thinking about after listening to the total money makeover. Or is this just you doing this? We've actually discussed. Him. Yeah. It would not be gone through with actually doing it. And it would not be a new vehicle, right? Looking at price differences. He's considering getting a new vehicle. Okay. Apparently, he didn't listen to the total money makeover..

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"about seven percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"In southern California on Lisa Brady. Fox news. The wind flaring up again, west of L A as a wildfire fight continues there and to the north around the devastated city of paradise. Fox's Claudia Cowan is. There was fire is now thirty percent contained and crews have kept it from advancing toward Oroville a city of nineteen thousand people while here in paradise. The cleanup job is well underway. Utility and communication crews taking down damaged polls and clearing away debris. So that power can be restored. And evacuees can come back. No timeframe for that though could be after thanksgiving thousands have no homes to go back to in. California's most destructive and deadliest fire ever at least forty two people killed in paradise. Dozens still missing a news conference at this hour in Ohio were four members of one family are now accused of killing eight members of another family two years ago. Investigators have said marijuana. Growing operation may have been involved. More people may have access to inpatient treatment for mental illness under a change being made by the Trump administration tapping into Medicaid. Fox's John decker is live at the White House. A longstanding federal law has barred Medicaid from paying for mental health treatment and facilities with more than nineteen sixteen bids to prevent warehousing of the mentally ill at the expense of federal tax payers. But in an announcement made by the health and Human Services Secretary, Alex as our states will now be able to seek waivers from that restriction provided. They can satisfy certain specific requirements pressure has been building on lawmakers and the administration to ease. The restriction given the combination of the opioid epidemic and recurring mass shootings. Lisa Jonah's selloff. Extended on Wall Street. The Dow down about one hundred points closing bell has plunging oil prices way down the markets. Crude sinking about seven percent to nearly fifty five dollars a barrel. This is Fox News traffic. Coming from the wolf chase Toyota studio wolf chase Toyota once again, Memphis is number one volume store, well since we're not seeing any accidents or stalls Pickus opportunity to remind you of a bridge Crozier brand new today at east Moreland avenue between south Camilla camelia or Camila at C A M. That's right and south of Waldron that's closed for repairs for an indefinite period of time. Also wants for slowing onto forty southbound walnut grove road dot dot com. I see the methods for project. I'm Charlie sill with your Memphis, total traffic..

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"about seven percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Back to Phil's gang. Here's another ace seven seven six hundred gang eight seven seven six hundred gang. I'm going to start another group of twenty twenty five twenty another group of twenty of my fifth group. I'm doing an early because of what's going on in the market a market dropped over six hundred points. I predicted this was going to happen starting January sixteen again, I predicted when everybody was getting all excited when when yesterday. Took over seven took seven months seven months for the market for the market to to gain eleven percent eleven percent. And I said to everybody why are you celebrating? This is crazy. It took eleven months almost two hundred days. Are you out of your mind? Interest rates are going up. That's why it took so long. Normally takes forty percent bang. I'm sitting here watching my car sin watch my chart. Yes. And P. All remember, we were long the S and P we're up about seven percent. Then all of a sudden all of a sudden an October third. We see the turns red is telling me the big insurance companies the big institutions, the hedge funds all the big boys are pulling their money out pulling their money out. So. Member I've told you this years ago, I designed this chart for myself. Because it really makes sense anybody can make money in the stock market because it goes up seventy two percent of time. The reason most people, okay, almost almost what seventy percent of the people don't make money in the stock market because they never get out with their profits. They don't know when to get out. Look what happened with which 4._0._1._K's in two thousand and eight when the market crashed. They lost what thirty four percent of their money to get out. So then I decided, okay, I'll give it to my gang members. They can lease it from me for twenty nine ninety five. And if you're with me this week, and that turned red not only were you out, and you lock in your six to seven to eight percent. Now, you're making money on the way down. That's what's important. So I'm going to expand their start my fifth group. We keep about twenty people twenty twenty five I'm sorry. We keep twenty five people the group start new, and we'll shut it off tonight at six o'clock..

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"about seven percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In Singapore Juliet Sally and. I'm Doug krizner. At Bloomberg world headquarters in New York look at the hang sang down one, point three percent right now a lot of downdraft in shares of ten sent, the stock was hit by about seven percent in the New York session this on word that Chinese regulators. Really are attacking. The market for online Line computer games one of the things, that they. Are trying to do is limit, access among a younger generation of gamers and right now. Tencent shares in Hong Kong session weaker by more than, five percent we'll take a closer, look at markets coming up when, we check in. With Bryan Curtis right now this hour's top? Business stories, we'll, big news for Wall Street President Trump saying, he's considering a capital gains tax break the. President telling editor in chief John Michael Thwaite along with reporters Margaret Taylor van Jennifer Jacobs. In an Oval Office interview. That he's trying a regulation that would index. Capital gains to inflation the, president also threatened to pull out of the World Trade Organization and. Trump will say said the US may be, close to a new. Deal with Canada and he rejected a European proposal to eliminate tariffs on automobiles didn't stop there he also made some headlines. On China he's looking at a formula for manipulation of the Chinese Yuan Whereas if formula and we, are we are. Looking very strongly as you look as. You see what's gone with the one done know it's it's They're trying to make up for lack of business by cutting their currency it's no good can't do that we're also hearing the president wants to move ahead with a plan to. Impose tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports and the. President confirmed in his interview. With us that are reporting is not wrong but Warren Buffett is apparently among those see think apple is under. Values he's told CNBC his boosted he stake in the company and he says the new iphone worth. Far more than what apple charges for them baffled also tells us he still a stoked by I've role even at..

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"about seven percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Until a couple of years ago accounted for half of its twenty point eight billion dollars in, total revenue, that businesses prospered from wider use of, its cancer and immune disorder medicines and it's thirty billion dollar acquisition of Swiss drugmaker activity on last year the results follow four. Point six billion. Dollar jury verdict. Against JJ. Last Thursday in the lawsuit alleging, it's like Connick. Johnson's baby powder contained asbestos and caused ovarian cancer Johnson plans to appeal that verdict Ed Corry Bloomberg radio Steve Cohen's hedge fund is Up in the first half. Of the year we get more from Bloomberg's Elise separate sources tell Bloomberg that point, seventy two asset management returned about seven percent in the first. Half in line with other multi, strategy firms millennium management rose. Almost six percent in the first six months. Of the year Carlson capital's main double black diamond fund gained six point four percent. Ken Griffin's main Kensington and, Wellington funds at citadel are leading the pack. With an eight point eight percent return in the first half Alisa Parenti Bloomberg radio BMW is, the first overseas carmaker to get a potential toehold in Chinese electric car battery maker contemporary Amtrak's technology BMW, has obtained the right to make an equity investment of as much as. Four hundred twenty seven million, dollars the second biggest luxury carmaker says it studying. The option as it forges close ties with the battery, producer the biggest US pension fund may take a new chief investment officer in. September the, California Public. Employees retirement system Is looking to replace Ted Elliott who is leading at the end of the year CalPERS has three hundred fifty seven billion. Dollars in assets US factory production rebounded in June by the most in four months output rose a better. Than expected eight tenths of a percent coming up the drive to the close I'm Joel Snyder this, is Bloomberg If you're having a business dispute the process can be slow and drawn out, especially if. You, rely, on litigation in the courts you.

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"about seven percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Midterms and you'd have to think the generic ballot for democrats on right now about seven percent they have a seven point lead to where people preferred democrat candidate over republican i think those numbers are going to tighten probably two four four percent or less the president's job approval rating has ticked up to forty eight percent now and he's above where obama was at a comparable time in obama's first term and so as he was facing the midterm elections and got wacked remember two thousand ten that was the rise of the tea party so how about that well what is really encouraging right now is that there are more jobs than people out of work something the american economy has never ever experienced before yeah i really it's just a it is amazing or almost when you think about it of course we still need some labor from outside the united states because we don't seem that people that wanna pick crabs and and or do some of the more tough hard labor but there's workout there if you really truly want to work there is work to be had yeah you just have to be willing to work and if you're not qualified you know a lot of companies today are willing to train you for the new josh because a lot of jobs out there today will necessitate people to be trained for those jobs all right if you want to weigh in this one and you can on the supreme court nominee which pick do you think it's going to be who do you like also the phase two of the thailand cave rescue is now underway we've talked about the north korea talks is this just a hiccup little bump in the road or do you think this heads down the same path is previous presidents not able to getting a deal with the north korean dictator and of course the democrats right now just looking foolish ripping a very successful jobs report that came out on friday does the thought of the yard work make it cranston to leave you with bad memories of making back sore knees or maybe even some painful hands well then you might want to try rescue glycol.

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"about seven percent" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on EconTalk

"So the tax rate would vary by different types of assets it'd be different for land and intellectual property and so forth but it would be on average about seven percent and that's a little hard upon her as a property tax rate but if you think it through it would roughly mean is that about two thirds of the value of all major capitalists would be taken as tax revenue and that would raise about twenty percent of the economy in tax revenue by comparison the government currently raises at all levels about twenty to thirty percent so you could use that revenue to eliminate all other taxes on capital including the corporation tax the property tax to eliminate capital gains taxes significantly reducing taxes hey off much of the national debt so that's we would do we would do things like that with about half of the revenue and then the other half of the revenue we would use as a social dividend of some sort that would be divided equally as payments every citizen so that could think of that as universal basic income or as an ownership stake in the national capital stock that would even just with half the revenue generate about twenty to twenty five thousand dollars for every family of four in the united states so just clarify the numbers for a minute seven percent of the value of the land would be about twenty percent of say gdp or something like that so the land value that might seem impossible how you can take seven percent or something and get twenty percents something we're that number come from why do you think seven percents good what's good about seven or that ballpark why not why not three four three the rate is based on the turnover rate of different assets so the ideal tax is roughly equal to the rate at which assets turnover to new owners every year and the reason is that when you're thinking about setting your price if you want people to set it at their true value you know one force that makes them wanna set it above their true value is that if they end up selling it they'll get a higher price if they said higher value right and that force affects their incentives out about the rate at which assets turnover and if you tax at the same.

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"about seven percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Intuition over the years the average tuition has average going up about seven percent year now goes along couple years and doesn't go up and then it goes way up but everybody thinks his all dirges shot way up well it's averaging seven percent a year that's the average seven point two percent for the last fifty years so if you wanna use that figure you can use that but basically you say okay it costs thirty thousand dollars now but they're seven so i've got eleven years of seven percent inflation on thirty thousand dollars how much is that gonna be and you'd have to calculate that out and dan that tells you how much your goal is and then you can assume what your investment is gonna do and back into what the lump sum would be a smartvestor pro can help you do every bit of that if you've got a good investment advisor they can walk you through every bit of that it's not rocket science up on i just outlined but you've got to have a couple pieces of information the inflation rate of tuition i just gave you what where there you think they're going to go to school and what they're charging now and then project into the future what your target is and then that'll with your kids age and figure eighteen years old back out of that how long you've got to save and that'll tell you it'll be a different lump sum for seven year old that it will be for a four year old sure it won't be as much for the four year old won't take as much to take care of them because we're getting started earlier so if you wanna do that if you don't have an investment professional just click on smartvestor at daveramsey dot com you'll fill out your name and phone number and email address you'll click submit then the smartvestor pros will be informed that you're.

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"about seven percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hey good morning okay so my wife is scheduled to retire this year at age sixty four and plans on taking social security next year at age sixty five however if she waits until seventy years old without working in between from now until then her social security payment increase by about seven percent per year it'll increase by about eight percent a year yes it will increase okay even if she doesn't work at all because i thought associated was based on your income social security is based on your income and it is calculated as of the full retirement age for her full retirement age would be sixty six and if she takes it earlier than sixty six it's reduced if she takes it later than sixty six it's increased up till eight seventy so you've got a window between sixty two and seventy assuming you're not working in those times to be able to take it it's calculated as of your full retirement age and then reduced if you take it early increase if you take it later and so that has nothing to do with whether she's continuing to work she's if she continues to work and the new year of earning because one of her best thirty five years worth of earnings then her full retirement age benefit goes up ever full retirement benefit goes up so does every other year that she waits to take it because it's off of a larger the increases is based on a larger you know starting they base it on your top thirty five years of earnings has so they just ranked them number one through number thirty five and the older ones will get an inflation adjustment so that it it's somewhat similar to what you get now is so if for some reason she doesn't work and it obviously wouldn't be part of the top thirty five is not going to hurt her if she does work and it's part of the top thirty five it could increase it to some degree yeah there's a calculation called the primary insurance amount the pa and that's based on full retirement age and that is based on the work history what is the work history and so.

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"about seven percent" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Hundred dollars a month at about seven percent six percent that's how the pensions are calculated if instead you took the sixty eight thousand and invested it into good mutual funds and made ten or twelve percent you would have a lot more and therefore the income off of it would be more than eight hundred right okay yeah okay second thing is when you die with a pension money's gone dies with you when you die with sixty eight thousand having turned how old are you fifty okay so fifteen years if sixty eight thousand turns into three hundred thousand which you probably will and you die and that's in your ira guess what there's three hundred thousand dollars for your heirs in your ira doesn't die with you so you're better off when you alive to take the lump sum and you're better off dead to take the lump sum so we take the lump sum and and you roll it to an ira in good growth stock mutual funds with long track records get with a smartvestor pro to help you do that if you can if they're requiring you to put it into the four zero three b you can put it in there you can probably move it out a 401k you're not allowed to roll out while you work there but a four three b you can roll out while you work there so you may have to do it as two step procedure roll into the four three and then back on and then on out to an ira but i think you can get it out to an ira and i always personally invest and suggest people into invest in evenly twenty five percent each of four types of growth stock mutual funds growth growth and income aggressive growth and international all with long track records five ten fifteen year or longer track records where they've been on the been out there awhile and you can look and see how they've done enough mark that's how they've done in down markets.

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"about seven percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Are marketplace about seven percent actually blow some recent remark grenell's spent complan sales but in two thousand eleven when i was on the board and clackamas county we were looking at 45 forty percent of the sales involved in certain districts were bank influenced uh in fact we'd see appraisals on properties we'd have six comps to comparable sales three of them word uh arms zinc transactions maybe two were short sagged tom watson's aaa up a foreclosure and that such which hospitals are relevant now they're not they're use on an as as evidence here so um they don't consider relocation sales uh were summons moved to another area for a job situation and uh they say that the relocation companies are compelled to sell a lower price folks those relocation companies are four prophet companies are not given money away and i disagree with that that that position the big part of a martin quite frankly on eighty three percent the marketplace or relocation sales if that one of the big problem with though is that the county's do not consider properties deeded avenue state or trust to an arms transactions i know for a fact that a lot of you have your properties deed in two states and trussed floor for planning purposes free for your estate planning purposes an your motivation might be to move from a larger home to a smaller home they move mahomed okondo for maintenace issues maybe you're swapping at your home portland for a place to the beach or vice versa get your yuban died given gone way you just nick some young immovable properties of musuem acid if you will and and you're going to try to maximize at sale when you do it you want the most money for that property zhuk that you can't get you're gonna probably involved in a cell some rows or put it back into your in your you know in your bank account percent somewhat somewhere show our form by doing these these selection if you will cherry picking the the um the sales they include.

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"about seven percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Season but again the number of the jumps out at me is going to go back to that off as allied angle back to the running game spins sacked on just about seven percent of its dropbacks last year it was three percent cars billy more pressure more pressure lee seles accuracy this office of live with donald payne having no training camp with jackson having been hurt with marshall newhouse i'm sorry be marshalled do house eventually you've got to give their car the kind of pocket that he had last year because if he's not the world's most accurate passer in the first place you have to give him time and you have to give the receiver sides ultimately come open i'm not worried about their car ultimately so is it fair to say that the quarterback the raiders gave one hundred twenty five million dollars to needs a good offense of line and needs good receivers to be good but he's gonna ease the secondhighest paid player in the nfl history and it seems like he's got have town around him to produce anything all right so let's run down the light of the the nfl right now and say how many quarterbacks right now do you trust to do it with this an air quotes on their own aaron rodgers out right now and i know he's the taba most people's lives to say he can get it dog was just about anyone he's had a pretty good offensive line throughout his career dole timidly so who else would you say or the quarterbacks that youth he can get this done without having that's how a group around them may be tom brady baby baby and again the patriots off offensive line would we see it exposed think about the two super bowls against the giant giant split pressure oddson brady everything broke down and that's how they lost those games so i guess what ultimately saying.

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"about seven percent" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"about seven percent" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"The carbon somebody matteo minivan who opens far from a minivan luckily getting bigger drives rarely the minivan the first opening fire from minivan that is a loser gang beggar if you ask me he was he was he was this this poor warm by twenty four was in the dark sorry docks around four thirty p m sunday he was dead on arrival stricker hospital it's always struggle hospital too you know that if you wake up from from these sort of that the that europe's kroger hospital did exchequer poulsen will see whether you're alive robots that would you be involved with day begging shooting lived about five miles away a west fifty six boys according to be he was the he was the here's war the story is of interest to me that should be the u d was the five homebrew with homicide in chicago this year according to the derelict up by the chicago trip last year when violence hit levels not seen of decades the city reach this milestone in late august so for dave the full speed is still the most violent city of america if so forward 2017 the number of homicides is down about seven percent from this time last year that is pathetic that's how bad it is totally hit there are five hundred hobble side this past slowly september 60 this past was the two hundred fifty a day of 2017 making the homicide rate just under two per day they also have a total of truth thousand seven hundred eighteen total shootings or an average of more than five shootings per day mary liber homicide rate is just under two per day but the shooting rage averages more than five per day it is terrible was those figures sailed keep in mind that they're down seven pursue from last year when the five had homicide more was achieved for the last week of august of last year chicago mayor rahm emanuel leads to do quit he needs to quit in turn over to the police department all the authority that they need to arrest the illegal aliens people stealing gums every the law come up more guncontrol snark little sold were they're shooting for a little mini van if you're gang beggar shooting for.

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