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GM-Nikola Deal in Flux
"Three weeks ago on this show, we talked about Nikola, the electric truckmaker because. On Day, shares of Nikola were more than thirty five percent on the news of its partnership with General Motors. That was a lifetime ago. The deal was supposed to close today. That's not going to happen in terms of closing today and. This seems like a story in Flux Maria because a couple of hours ago I was looking at that. The available information and thinking to myself well, I think I. THINK GM is backing out of this deal. We had the whole thing with Nikola and the founder Chairman of the board resigning immediately. Deleting his social media accounts, allegations coming out and it, and it seemed like. A couple of hours ago. Maybe Chan was just backing off altogether. Now it looks like they might be just negotiating better terms because shares of Nikola were down first thing this morning. then. All of a sudden. They spiked up eleven twelve percent Where do you think this is going? It's really interesting. So Nicola is has ambitious to make electric and hydrogen powered trucks. They want us and lease battering hydrogen-powered semi trucks, tip businesses for anyone who wasn't sure what the company did. So what this deal was supposed to be was GM would get two billion and Meka ls stock paid for with services and various. GM. Parts and components and GM engineer and manufactory manufacturer the manufacturer, the battery and Fuel Cell Versions of Nicholas Badger track. So at that time when they were talking about three weeks ago. which. Feels like a lifetime ago two billion dollars was an eleven percent stake because Nikola at one point, their values over thirty billion, which is larger than Ford and now the market cap is less than seven billion. So that two billion went from an eleven percent stake toe mustard over a twenty percent stake. So it's interesting if they're negotiating different terms, what that will look like going forward because two billion is now a much more sizeable chunk of that company than it was a week or two weeks ago. Yeah I mean just in terms of Nicholas stock three weeks ago on the show we when we were talking about it, it was fifty dollars a share today it's below twenty even with this little bump up. That we're seeing and it just. I want to give the benefit of the doubt Mary Barra the CEO of General Motors and her team. Because she's a very experienced you know for for whatever you think of GM, the company and whatever you think of the stock and from a stock perspective, it has not been a particularly great place to be over the last five to ten years. That being said, she's an experienced professional in this business. So I wanNA give her and her team to benefit of the doubt. I I look at. Everything that is unfolding. And I have the thought that I've had at various points in my life as an investor I look at a either an individual company or just an evolving situation and I just conclude there too many question marks here. There are just there are too many unknowns there too many question marks I kind of want to wait for the dust to settle to see what the new terms are. If the deal actually closes and then see where think shakeout. Yeah I think Nikolas definitely more of a speculative investment since a cart and they haven't actually manufactured car yet but I will say, I, am on the side of I really want them to do. Well, I hope that a deal works out with GM, because I think the future of electric powered vehicles is one that we're moving towards I think it's one that I would like to invest in I. Think Right now betting on them is completely speculative because you have no idea what they can produce but I do think it's important to note that within all of this is shown that there is a. Demand, they had an order for over twenty five, hundred electric garbage trucks from public services they there was an order I over fourteen thousand tracks from Ab Inbev which are planning to use them for long haul deliveries from breweries to distributors. So I think it's important to note that no matter what happens with this company specifically I think this trend is one that's going to have a lot of tailwind. So if I was working at GM and I wanted to be a part of that I, don't think this is a bad option I. Don't think that this deal is necessarily completely a bad idea for GM.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast
"The weinstein with the big big glasses like with the big bordeaux glasses yeah exactly i think i hate those winds. I'd be they put me to sleep. They just like i'm like it's just too much. I don't need a sixteen percent alcohol inky. It's like you're eating with short ribs and pureed potatoes and like halfway through the meal on the table and that's kind of what really bothers me about like restaurants like how these really beautiful delicate like menus in like dishes and then they're trying serve these like huge in these giant balloon like burgundy blurry fit entire bottle exactly i could fit in them but so like going like so you were like google google so google who is basically go google google explained. That's that's natural wind. Term folk throws around yeah so so basically google who is french for gluck gluck. They're really low alcohol wines. You know there are eleven twelve percent. Usually <hes> chilled reds which we've talked a lot about over the last couple of years since i've been here at i'm because there are some of my faves. These google winds is like light <hes> low a. b. Children's had become so popular game as for instance totally yeah and just is thrown back. Yeah exactly exactly that's exactly so a lotta wind has kind of become that like that kind of became the the the trend within the natural wine on world right so now there's producers that are kind of pushing back against that and are kind of like well. Let's like let's return to like some of these other styles like we shouldn't be abandoning. You know everything in for for just this one particular style. I think someone that's doing it. Really well is <hes> nickel tori of snow mountain winery. He's making these incredible like merlot cabernet. The in snowmass that taste unlike any merlot cabernet i've ever had like he just had one of his bernades <hes> recently and it had like these like like very interesting like pine notes to it and it was like even though it was like almost fourteen percent alcohol you couldn't tell because it was just like really well balanced and so it's cool is that they're they're <unk> bigger winds and they had these bigger flavor profiles but you don't just the alcohol because that's like my big thing you can smell. The wine almost feels hot. Exactly exactly austral's are exactly exactly so it needs to be imbalanced like that's really important and then also too so the climate change situation is that the world is just.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Decisions they think are the best in the moment but decisions that with some hindsight and when the kids are grown up might look different that's especially true when it involves their financial lives work please ring the craze has that story when Hailey McKnight was in high school she remembers sitting at her computer filling out college financial aid forms both of her parents were out of work at the time Sam she knew she'd likely get a lot of help plus her grandfather before he died had opened a savings account for her education that is kind of standing behind me so I told dad I said Hey how much is in that college fund that was set up for me I mean last I heard was like twenty thousand so should be more than that right any listening to goes there's about a hundred dollars in there and I kind of dead stop and I said excuse me what well where is it and he goes well how do you think we've been living all these years without me having a job Haley couldn't believe it the thing is her parents got divorced when she was six and her dad had largely been raising her sense after he lost his job when she was fourteen he kind of checked out he'd spend the night at his girlfriend's a bunch leaving Haley home alone never really enforcing rules so realizing that he took her college fund that her grandfather gave her as a gift that was the last straw I sort of like black out from rage I remember throwing the phone at him that what had my mother on the other line and just kind of screaming at him just I hate you I can't believe you did this that money was mine you stole it from me while so he just depleted your funds and you had no idea I had no idea that was happening for Haley it was a defining moment something that as you go through life you return to again and again because really it's the moment she started wrapping her identity with ideas of worth and money and it's when she started drafting a new version of her dad and her hat so to find out that you know the person that when you're a kid is supposed to be the parent is actually the one that stole the saying that made you feel Mike important it definitely connected a couple of things in my mind that weren't there before so now all of a sudden after I move out on my own and have my own money I'm going you know am I am I worth it it's a feeling that followed her through college even today as a thirty something it's hard for Haley select over her dad did you know just blowing through her college fund behind her back even if he didn't see it that way our ship thought that she knew it we were spending that money bad I guess why do you think she knew that she didn't I don't know I thought I had told her that at any rate I guess I didn't die I don't know he always died Rick Carol lives in the media rural town in Texas similar to where he raised Haley when asking about her childhood he gets straight to the money I don't think she knew that we were broke I never wanted her to to worry yeah about money and Dan so hopefully she she didn't I don't think she did Rick says that after the divorce and getting laid off from his I. T. job it was a struggle to pay bills and get food on the table so borrowing a bunch of money and getting in debt at the you know eleven twelve percent or something like that and this was drawing off at the end I didn't see any other way to maintain a lifestyle did they were the ones to be comfortable with he knew his father had created the savings account specifically for Haley but Rick felt like it was better to spend the money on her and then now instead of in the future for college do you think using that money was stealing no not really I wasn't spending it on me and having I'm spending on us yes mainly AM Justin can live over the last several years Rick has been trying to make amends he's contributed to Haley student loan payments and he helped her by her first house for Haley that still hasn't raced what he did I think sometimes it's hard to let go of things that happened when we were younger because often those things like money become emblematic of something much larger I'm Eddie my face for market.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Decisions they think are the best in the moment but decisions that was some hind sight and when the kids are grown up might look different that's especially true when it involves their financial lives org please ring the craze has that story when Hailey McKnight was in high school she remember sitting at her computer filling out college financial aid forms both of her parents were out of work at the time so she knew she'd likely get a lot of help plus her grandfather before he died had opened a savings account for her education dad is kind of standing behind me so I told dad I said Hey how much is in that college fund that was set up for me I mean last I heard was like twenty thousand so should be more than that right and it looks to me goes there's about a hundred dollars in there and I kind of dead stop when I said excuse me what well where is it and he goes well how do you think we've been living all these years without me having a job Haley couldn't believe it the thing is her parents got divorced when she was six and her dad had largely been raising her sense after he lost his job when she was fourteen he kind of checked out he'd spend the night at his girlfriend's a bunch leaving Haley home alone never really enforcing rules so realizing that he took her college fund that her grandfather gave her as a guest that was the last straw I sort of like black out from rage I remember throwing the phone at him that with had my mother on the other line and just kind of screaming at him just I hate you I can't believe you did this that money was mine you stole it from me while so he just depleted your funds and you had no idea I had no idea that was happening for Haley it was a defining moment something that as you go through life you return to again and again because really it's the moment she started wrapping her identity with ideas of worth and money and it's when she started drafting a new version of her dad and her head so to find out that you know the person that when you're a kid is supposed to be the parent is actually the one that stole the saying that made you feel Mike important it definitely connected a couple of things in my mind that weren't there before so now all of a sudden after I move out on my own and have my own money I'm going you know am I am I worth it it's a feeling that followed her through college even today as a thirty something it's hard for Haley select over her dad did you know just blowing through her college fund behind her back even if he didn't see it that way ours thought that she knew it we were spending that money bad I guess why do you think she knew that she didn't I don't know I thought I had told her that at any rate I guess I didn't die I don't know he always dad Rick Carol lives in the media rural town in Texas similar to where he raised Haley when asking about her childhood he gets straight to the money I don't think she knew that we were broke I never wanted her to to worry yeah about money and data so hopefully she she didn't I don't think she did Rick says that after the divorce and getting laid off from his I. T. job it was a struggle to pay bills and get food on the table so rather than me barring a bunch of money and getting in debt at the you know eleven twelve percent or something like that I just wish drawing off of that fund I didn't see any other way to maintain a lifestyle did there would you want us to be comfortable with he knew his father had created the savings account specifically for Haley but Rick felt like it was better to spend the money on her and then now instead of in the future for college do you think using that money was stealing no not really I wasn't spending it on me.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of damage from the molecular level, and then spread to the cells and tissue and organ sent to the whole organism kind of all the hit that we get all the time on Damola killed. And then when we can't keep up with the repairing Dan ating starts, and when does it begin. When do we start to decline? That is in the mid thirties this start, so I'm thirty seven. So it's it's begun for me. Yeah. Now the party start. Thanks. The good news. Sorry. And there's more bad news. Once we start to go downhill, we go downhill fast. It's twice a stainless being forty two compare to thirty five then again, it's twice a stages being forty-nine compared to forty two and so on so you'll risk of death is increasing eleven twelve percent every year, and then the mortality risk levels off around one hundred one hundred five where the yearly risk of dying is about fifty sixty percent. So if you really optimistic type, then you could say that it never get any worse than fifty fifty. And when you're thinking about these aunt, there's a lot stacked against you. When you age as your molecules, tissues and organs get tired and damaged you'll susceptible to a whole range of diseases, cardiovascular disease caned for ROY Matiz, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease. Lung disease all the major ones as well. As more kind of non specific, you know, people get more frail less resilient despite that though when you compare on life span with our ancestors, we're doing pretty well one hundred and fifty years ago to life expectancy was around forty in most countries and now it's around eighty in most countries in northern Europe. And why is that is that is in medicine? I think that the main factor is that people arrive at higher ages in better shape now one EC thing to observe his for instant teeth. You can see the teeth of elderly people are getting better and better. And that makes a real difference. Does it acts Lutely just imagine quality of live food? But it's also kind of shows that if the teeth I might be are the thing in that body. That's also rive in beta shape. Barometer of your general health. Yeah. And also one other parameters is that people arrive at high ages with better cognitive functioning when we do IQ tests on elderly people it's getting better and better for every decade. And why is it that we're arriving with better teeth, but it condition that's the whole packets of beta living condition better schooling, and what kind of work you'll have the hat. There's good reason to believe that this development will continue into now people are living into their ninety s and even the hundreds..
Erdogan wins more power, and it might not help Turkey's economy
"Accused of interfering with his own central bank to keep interest rates low the bbc's celine garrett is an stumble presidents reject type are donald trump cards was economy in five t was perceived as leader who puts turkish economy right buds that had started to change recently inflation stands at eleven twelve percent at the moment there is huge employment especially youth unemployment and a turkish lira has plummeted almost twenty percents in the loss few months against the us dollar so there was this increasing concern amongst the voters during the campaign period economy was the primary subject not people were talking about your specialty the opposition presidential candidates but apparently the voters are happy with what mr are doin has done and they believe he is the figure to bring stability to this country and if the economy is fragile they believe a powerful figure such as our be able to put it right markets in turkey rallied as president richard taepodong declared his election victory and we see that lira has been on the rise as well that's the bbc selling gear at an istanbul and today is howard schultz his last day on the job as executive chairman of starbucks schultz who stepped down from his other role as ceo last year has been the public face of the coffee giant for four decades where to starbucks go from here marketplace's aaron schrank reports under shelters watch starbucks grew from eleven stores to more than twenty eight thousand and the coffeehouse jane became one of the most recognized brands in the world.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on WDRC
"And you pay it out of or they someone pays it for you after you're dying out of your out of your money anytime you prepay anything college funerals are the two biggest ones out there your rate of return is the rate of increase in price the inflation rate so how much does college go up a year well the average is about seven percent a year for the last fifty four years so when you prepay college or making seven percent of your mind not bad but you gotta make twelve thirteen eleven and a good mutual fund okay so that's why we recommend you do five twenty nine hundred mutual funds to the prepaying college how much a funeral go funerals gone up for the last fifty years maybe probably average inflation rate would be my guess somewhere around four percent of your let's just call it that and so you're making four percent on your money when you prepay your funeral and i wouldn't do that if that's the actual patient right and i think it's probably pretty close might be five might be three but it's not ten and so you know you you don't prepay you instead invest the money and ten eleven twelve percent mutual funds which is a lot more than four percent and you'll have a lot more than you need it'd be buried that way you're not king tut so it'll be that hard or queen of egypt or whatever you need to do that so there you go i just don't prepay stuff like that i understood invested in pay when it's time to pay it this is the dave ramsey show.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"For that they usually have a portfolio that's just like a hodgepodge of investments or are they little think about dividends or interests you know when you're working hard you're benefiting from the growth of the economy the stock market you're real happy to have a hundred percent of your money in stocks that are going up you know in a big booming bull market but you know we found people had all their money in stocks like amazon you know that pay no dividends and they you know they keep building that position thinking you know everything grows grows to the sky and then there's a big crash instead of holding on or diversifying not only do they not have any income they don't have any principal either so it's really a you know that income gap is something you wanna keep in mind and look at an analyzed every single year of your life because i think the biggest fear right is when i pay cheques coming in anymore where's it gonna come from the crazy thing about it is we can pretty much show you with high accuracy exactly where the incomes gonna come in and coming in from diversified streams that cash flows you may coming in from different sources and then i think the only thing you have to think about is like you just said bob it's great don't amazon it's great to all those growth stocks when you're thirty s making the money and if you know if it goes down so what you're still creating a lot a lot of wealth but as you get closer to retirement and you're in retirement the game has changed your portfolio has to change and you have to know and pinpoint where those streams of income where the streams of income are gonna come from and that's exactly what we can create and that's like such a powerful thing retired clients row you're retired and you're thinking yeah yields import incomes important and you start to reach for yield their bunch of clients we have that invested a lot of money in a couple of individual junk bonds and it kept saying well you know this company's been around for a long time and the look i'll get eleven twelve percent well ask yourself why somebody paying you eleven twelve percent then borrowing money from you and they could borrow at four you know that just tells you how much risk is there yeah.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Much doesn't happen all that often but it does happen and it could happen to you mr murphy miss murphy murphy's law is going to kind of rule what happens in our lives right we saw this happen average balance portfolio went down twenty five more of the twenty five percent in two thousand eight that's a big drop and that was after a flat year for two thousand seven and if you're retired at two thousand six seven you were taking four or five percent not only was down twenty five percent but you took out eleven twelve percent of the balance between the two years so you're down a lot and so not only does it have to recover by thirty three percent just to get back to even it's got to recover by thirty three percent plus you're taking out of the portfolio which by that time is like six percent so it's to recover it almost forty percent in one year just very very difficult it sure is and it doesn't have to be at twenty five percent down here is mentioned before two thousand seven was kind of let it can be a flat year followed by a little bit of a down year followed by not that good of an up here it's where you haven't even come close to covering your distributions on total return basis for a couple of years and now you're running into not only am i taking the same dollar amount but it's a bigger percentage of the portfolio i'm getting into a bigger distribution area and now i really need eight to ten to fifteen percent rates of return just to get back to even and in a balanced portfolio that's not all that easy it can happen from time to time and it has happened in the last year or so because the markets did exceptionally well but i'm problem is the fixed incomes item it isn't doing all that well visit know two percent maybe on the total return basis lack well if more people start quitting you know and you're down to nine hundred employees eight hundred and they've all got to produce the same amount it's almost impossible and you wind up losing so enough of the metaphors we've we've seen the difference professor plum on the other side if you retire and the markets do really well and you're taking money out of that portfolio while i was probably even better if you just left it alone but.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"A new dress every why we maybe i won't where the vast but i might just where saint entirely someone told me get a black surena blacked out this is not important stuff uh so the sag awards are coming up were finishing up glow the last this is the last week of shooting monday night monday is the last day of shooting for season two and it's been it's been great it's been fun it's always sad when a production ends it's like the camp although i was more of like the the the women on his show obviously we're doing our work together training and rescuing everything else in i would come in occasionally anne with my moustache my dad attitude so i was more like a camp director but but it is a it's a sad day so yeah i watched i would i watch if you call me by your name is that the name of it it's called me by your name is is is that the exact title 'cause i watched that what a beautiful poetic movie just a stunning movie and i guy say uh i think after watching it i'm i'm probably four percent more gay than i was before i think i hover at around eleven twelve percent gay and now i'm like sixteen seventeen percent gay and it's not in its going to stick after watching that movie but yeah don't be afraid of it it's a it's an opening it's not it's not not something scary you probably need to be a little more gay there are some do that there could be a little more gatewood it would be a you know it would be nice you know sometimes you need a new balance this is a c see what happens to you.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of a lot of the um buried you know um subsidies and tax loopholes that this gentleman was mentioning i mean it is true a lot of companies are only paying you know effective tax rate of you know nine ten eleven twelve percent uh whereas other companies are paying effective rates of twenty eight thirty percent and that's just isn't fair we shouldn't have government uh at the federal level picking winners and losers we should set that rate at twenty but everybody's gonna pay twenty and this gentleman slate that the effect the rate at sixteen percent guess what that that that means that are actually gonna pay more tax not loss but the theory is if you give companies lower taxes they'll they'll for invest more and that'll be yellow john it's an high we gems and yet here's a moment that i'm sure you're familiar with the president's chief economic adviser gary cohn asking a question to a group of major corporation ceos listen can i ask you all a quick question if the tax reform bill goes through do you plan to increase investment of your company's investment capital investment well hands the tax reform grocer okay why are the other ends up why are the other ended up so i've only heard the audio but apparently most of those ceos saturday views the extra revenue to distribute more money to shareholders or do stock buybacks no wonder the stock market is going up as they look forward to this but by that reckoning that's not a middleclass economic benefit it's a redistribution of wealth from workers to home holders that that gary cohn clip doesn't make you gasp well let me say this first of all i'm not wall street journal um just quote c o conference i worked at the wall street journal i've been in many of those conferences on this some c o comes come to that conference but mostly it's it's uh uh it's the um government relations people at these companies said that that is to say that their lobbyists and guess what folks lobbyists are not in favour of this bill i guarantee it most of the most of the.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The conservative party but there's been none of that they're really lining up behind her so basically she's she's still even the pope option to retain her position as chancellor so what are the options now there are three options the first first one which would be the easiest is german president named funk fighter steinmeier he is currently speaking with the leaders of all of the major mainstream parties trying to broker some sort of deal so that there can jordi coalition basically either he would have to get the fdp to change their minds ask given the conflict in theater that they created last weekend or another option is that he gets the social democrats to reverse their position and agreed to continue the current grand coalition that basically pairs up germany's two biggest parties that's theoretically possible although the social democrats have said they're not interested in it that will be option one the second option would be for mackel to form a minority government with that would mean is that every time she wanted to get a piece of legislation passed you would look for partners on an adhoc basis that's viewed as an unlikely scenario because it's not very stable if neither of those two options come to pass then the third option kicks in that's holding new elections i mean early elections could be a very risky strategy because i mean there's no guarantee that merkel and the cdu would benefit from them how's the public likely to view the prospect of another polled you think well right now the public says that if they can't be of deal done soon they favour going back to the polls um however it's considered a kind of a worst case scenario for the simple reason that even if germany did go back to the polls in two months there's no real reason to expect that the result would be all that different right now the parties that look like they might benefit from a new election would be the greens are the greens were perceived in these exploratory talks to be very statesmanlike very willing to work with the other parties they seem to have profited from that so they might improve on their showing get up to eleven twelve percent on the other hand the great fear that the mainstream parties makul's conservatives and the social democrats would continue their downward trend that they would actually lose votes because voters would perceive them as not being able to run.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Help to help me and be others understand this complex issue um it goes way over my head i the number one i'm this text thing would be easiest wave june markets opposing it by saying why we all the tax cuts are four large corporations why are all the cost indy nixon's also go away at their end instead of spreading it down the way we're actually as you making you sense to me yeah and when we're not closing loopholes are actually giving new loopholes to businesses uh being a more rapid davila to depreciate equipment example uh you know the it it it's just it's crazy beverley this is a i this this should when he called the republican tax scam because it's scam uh i mean you have a in fact it's hand just a second i there's there's this the the the numbers on this i'm not sure where i've got it may take me a little bit of fight of the but the the the the bottom line is that the back in in the in the 1950s and '60s corporations were pain about a third of the total freight to run the federal government peace corporations among the biggest beneficiaries the federal government if it weren't for the federal government there would be no corporations it wouldn't be able to do business they wouldn't have money they would have courts there wouldn't have you know everything uh a you know rules of the road and and now now they're paying about ten eleven twelve percent it's it's radically dropped and so that's what's going on that did i answer your question did you even ask a specific question beverley now i that was just short by mentioning yes hitting why it maybe you key guys sex for me and noble average people i get washed in this over see stuff i take it if one correct there's a couple of issues there's warning when they stash money overseas but there's also something different about corporacion that merger incorporate in other countries because of getting a beggar race and i'd like to hear that i down in these other countries that have lower rates um how does it stand for an effective do they get all the deductions that they give here i mean where she quibble like now here's snow never really hear about here's here's oab beverley let's you.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on Freakonomics
"And yeah the lack a functional capitalist markets the german government work hard to bring east germany back into the fold and the there was a huge economic boom that came with it because there was massive infrastructure investments in the east liberals emormous transfers paid to try and jumpstart of the east german economy was jewish euphoria about reunification but then i mean this move change fairly quickly soared 93 94 may be the country really went through a sort of hangover moute because it was difficult saw this germany to absorb is germany one big difficulty was getting east and west using the same currency the west german deutschemark germans that'll meyer says the conversion happened at an even one to one rate which had a huge effect on real wages now even though that did not translate into the same wage level in the east as in the west wages when nonetheless higher than they would have been without that and so you have a period where effectively the wage levels in the east in hard currency exceeds at on productivity and that it produces more and employment just to give you perspective we had the unemployment rate in germany ninety one was roughly five percent be two million unemployed people but then ninety several the whole unemployment rate went up to eleven twelve percent are sold was really dramatic period the drama of course did not end there and then you have germany joined the euro the euro had become the common currency of the european union and germany unlike britain decided to embrace the euro as it's currency that'll meyer argues that from the german perspective the euro was overvalued and that made german exports more expensive which put a drag on their economy.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Successful entrepreneurs that will be in the stores on september 25th and i have a great public heard bloomberg yuko so are these investors ever coming back to hedge funds you know i think i think they are i think what driving look hedge fund dora clear they were the best and brightest made their workplace the that they could earn the income that they could earn attracted some of the best and brightest so my gift i don't know whether it will ever come back to ten eleven twelve percent but i don't have any doubt if interest rates rise that the hedge fund faithful come a little more alive and of course of incorrect great rise and pledge pun can produce better return than the peace structure will be less of a concern so the real question in my mind do or incorrect great going to rise and you probably know that better than i do will nothing is certain death and rising interest rates right michael you talked about the private markets what about startups how are your members feeling about valuations of start ups concerned think when when we talk about private equity most of our member big startup meaning they started a business and you know there are a lot of calls were stored up and recent valuation dr kind of crazy so a lot of our members are looking for operating businesses that are way pair startup phase where their particular he'll can be most helpful you know when you're in the private market if a little business your involved with the problem hope hopefully you're the first person they call and you can use your expertise their contact to help them solve that when you're a path of investor in a public stock you're the left to know about a problem and for entrepreneurs particularly who have an edge or unique he'll working with existing business to really can help them leverage their own so i would say more.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Will be in the stores on september 25th and i have a great public heard bloomberg yuko so are these investors ever coming back to hedge funds you know i think i think they are i think what driving clip hedge fund put dora clear they we're the best and brightest made their workplace the that they could earn the income that they could earn attracted some of the best and brightest to my gift i don't know whether it will ever come back and eleven twelve percent but i don't have any doubt if incorrect greek rise that the hedge fund space will come a little more alive and the that interest rate rise and hedge funds can produce better return than the peace structure will be less of a concern so the real question in my mind do or incorrect great going to rise and you probably know that better than i do well nothing certain death and rosie interest rates right michael you talked about the private markets what about startups how are your members feeling about valuations of start ups concerned think when when we talk about private equity most of our member did stored up meaning they started a business and you know there are a lot of pit were stored up and recent valuation or kind of crazy so a lot of our members are looking for operating businesses that are way pair the startup phase where their particular skills can be most helpful you know when you're in the private market up a little business your involved with the problem hopefully you're the first person may call in you can use your expertise contact to help them solve that when you're a path of investor in a public stock you're the left to know about a problem and for entrepreneurs particularly who have an.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"With us today hope you're having a good day boy oh boy them use it plays a long time a again lots the cover will do very markets centric today by the way one other in the f the markets down us son power these solar stocks have been acting strong i don't know if they could be acting strong two more that's down about eleven twelve percent in the after market the morty being asked though what what what is a breakaway gap while we know what a gap is apple closed at one fifty it's going to open if it doesn't move overnight it's opening at one 59 like that's the gap it's a gap between price because than events typically in oran exoports with a biotech it could be a drug fine you in gaps can be upper down a breakaway gap is when a stock has been rangebound meaning we can find to price points on up and down goes to the upside doesn't get through it goes to the downside doesn't go through with a downside and it bounces back and forth now as we said in january it was much tighter the movement this one's been more white loose trading a little bit more over the map but then again the nasdaq's but trading all over the map over the last few weeks the break away means it breaks gaps up above the prior high which i do believe on apple was about a one fifty six which hit twice and in the last week it hit the about one fifty four so it's going to gap through there and again we'll see what happens as four is the numbers apple accelerated earnings and sales and of course they have the new iphone coming out a pretty good number of for this quarter on apple i must have the two one and just an amazing amazing story that they've created i guess the with the warrick is being used an ecosystem with people adjust you stoop and don't want to get out of and thus they keep coming back for more steve jobs dude well freaking done steve jobs now we know he was a you know what to people but he can still arrest in peace you know see the movie right it's all true that said let's do today's market rap.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Ain't gonna do eight nine ten eleven twelve percent per year compound it but something that's fix that's guaranteed that pays you and income the longer you live the better off you are and so you have these fixed investments longterm government bonds certainly another way for you to stave off the flation so if you've got now all your deflationary assets on one side of the bar bell and your inflationary assets on the other that i'm a self you can focus on your strategy because under normal conditions stocks are going to do what stocks are gonna do bonds are going to do what bonds are going to do but they're gonna do less than you think they're going to do and i'm going to explain that when we come back from the break because there's no way too much exuberance over what people's expectations are of what bonds are likely to produce if in fact we do have a rising in interest rate environment because there's a hand the antitaliban need to have inflation but there is a hint of inflation interest rates go up and up and up okay so when we come back we're going to talk about the bond market the risks in the bond market and why that illustrates in that you've got from your broker financial planner or the one you pulled from the t rowe price are the vanguard of the fidelity website is not accurate nick allow this i.
"eleven twelve percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Go down a notch you basically just earned more money it's tantamount to getting a raise isn't it and so the way you stave off de flation is with things like lifetime income annuities you get the deflation trade taken care of and the long javadi trade taken care of because again people are living longer so if you have deflation should and longlife all of a sudden that is a recipe for disaster because the stock market in a deflationary world ain't gonna do eight nine ten eleven twelve percent per year compound it but something that's fix that's guaranteed that pays you an income the longer you live the better off you are and so you have these fixed investments longterm government bonds certainly another way for you to stave off the flation soul if you've got now now you're deflationary assets on one side of the barbault and your inflationary assets on the other that on the bar itself you can focus on your strategy because under normal conditions stocks are gonna do with stocks are gonna do bombs are going to do what banzer going to do but they're gonna do less than you think they're going to do and i'm going to explain that when we come back from the break because there's way too much exuberance over what people's expectations are of what bonds are likely to produce if in fact we do have a rising in interest rate environment because there's a hint of inflation won't even the dab inflation but there is a hint of inflation interest rates go up and up and up okay so when we come back we're going to talk about the bond market the risks in the bond market and why that illustration that.