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Dissecting the Rise, Fall and Future of Topshop

The Business of Fashion Podcast

09:00 min | 3 months ago

Dissecting the Rise, Fall and Future of Topshop

"What do you think talk shop representative young costumers here in the uk because this was prior to the international expansion. And all of that. But i remember coming to london during that time and it was. It was a destination you know it was a place that people all around the world had heard because it had become kind of representative of that kind of cool brittannia moment and all of the stuff that was happening in the uk at the time. What did young customers feel about the talk shop brand. After after this all of this new activity. I think they felt that it was as unite bill. A kind of a real ownership of it on a at this hour as we great because with because we've sort of created together but like you know it was something let's talk if that makes any sense as a so that brings me to the question. That's on so many people's minds this week as we hear the news of top shop being acquired by a sauce you. Where did things begin to go wrong for top shop in. What was the tipping point where top shop began to lose. Its way well. I think it's a very difficult question to answer. In some ways. I mean young. Fashion is roussel. you have to be constantly reinventing yourself to make sure that you'll always relevant to your customer base. I felt well. You know bennett grain had taken over a two thousand. I had been very clear as soon as he joined the business. I didn't want him today any conflict. Because he wasn't china he was. You know an acid struck him more than anything else. He bought as an insult them again. I had a lot of conversations when he was not a retailer. In the way that i saw a return should be said was sort of capture the margins in the business but then pejorative that time. He then broke kate. Moss and hats off to him. She was a great choice at the time we hadn't wrote any celebrities weeks outlets limiting wasn't really talk shop. It was all about design evoke nelson. I knew that she would be incredibly with the with the talk shop customer base but also knew that it would it allowed to get into top shop if he lied to enter into an stop being apart top shop and i knew that i couldn't work with him. I could. I could do this with my team because we were all incredibly passionate because we understood it. I could not with him. Why not because we just had temporarily different views about everything is was that you basically that the buying decision was that you bought something as cheap as you could possibly buy. A new sold differs much. As you'd be get foreign mike. Philosophy was that you would make sure that you designed on bought something. That was so amazing that no one will be able to resist. It said we will philosophically. We had a very different view. The business so assigned that he took over he i think he felt that he knew young fashion that he could cross the business. And i'm sorry but you know he's he's. He's a middle-aged mom who doesn't have very much retail general certainly didn't ever about young fashion on. I think from that moment on probably He started to make decisions about cultural. Besotted run it in a way. That's a Realize that that a business needs to be constantly. Reinvented that you need. Passion within the union huge passion from everyone involved and if those people are not as passionate Do i really have to do this. then i think it's i think he is very quickly. My feeling was that before he kinda came into it. It was like we were a room full of people together. All of us creating together something. We were terribly proud of. I'm so it was amazing but we were doing it together. I think he his his view much was was a top down management. I'll tell you to do that. You'll do it. And i think that's not just a very very different thing. You know if someone says to me you've got you do that. Yeah i'll do it. But maybe i'll do it but i wanted to very well whereas if i feel on upon something creating something that i will give it everything and i think that's what it needs and needs everything. Is that ultimately why you decided to leave that. You could bring your everything you know what what happened to precipitate your departure. Well just just. Purely the fact that i knew that he he had an end that he would now become involved in social and a half million. Just didn't want to work for that. You know. I didn't have to work for him. You know and also. Let's not forget. I was by that time in my early. Booties and i kind of thought you know what this is. This is young high russians. I am no longer opposed. I kind of grown answer bit. I could do something else better. And i could give everything to another to another type of business. Oppose the other thing that was happening of course during the rise of top jump was also the rise of other big fast fashion houses whether that be zara or you know h inam the other new giant global companies looking back now the companies. That took that as fast approach to fashion are now really being in the the really the kind of the focus of fashion's Climate crisis challenge. You know the all of the training that we've given to customers to buy things cheap by things often and then dispose of garments. How do you see that whole fast. Fashion sector now. Top shop included with the addition of players like a sauce and boohoo. People calling them. Ultra fast fashion. It seems to me that it's this part of the fashion industry. That's most problematic as we think about this. Ten years left before we can get these carbon emissions under control industry that contributes ten percent of global carbon emissions. What's what's your take on that. Now while i you know a lot of people that have accused me of having been one of the False fashion and then sort of turned around and said a watch. Now it's it's not the right thing to do. But i. I never set to to create disposable passion. I says create something that was accessible to you. Know the great things are accessible to a lot of people and it's been on a journey myself in over the last sort of. I guess ten years. When i began to start feeling that this was moving in that. This was wrong that you know that we were that the fashion had lost its value. If you like that would just literally buying things in throwing them away wearing wants to moving because it was so cheesy do that i began to feel seriously compromised by that and began to build that i that i should leave the business and five because i couldn't i couldn't Begging apartment of such an incredibly damaging industry which which we now know that it is and to buffet and we didn't really know not Templeton fifteen years or so prior to that we did pass. We didn't know what we didn't think about it. And i think. I think it's it's very difficult and i always seems to me is certainly in young false fashion that the the they the customer base it is soon of splitting and that you have only sort of what the numbers but but it feels like this little v fifty percents Who recognized that. Passion is a real problem and have moved to depop hamilton. To buy vintage charter shots. Recycling up cycling read cetera. And and yet. I'm still two percent who are still buried addicted to is seriously mean. That addicted took Having things immediately. I think it's very hard to say those people. You can't have that. I think what you have to do is offer some sort of bad but alternative is as exciting or is as as tempting or whatever the sort of the yes away from from from. What is that doing. Because i agree with you. I mean it almost feels like we're coming to an end. Endpoint what. I do take what i am. Encouraged by is the fact that if you nonsense question about ten years ago i would have said that. Eighty percent people was with selected fashion. Maybe ten fifteen twenty percent. We're actually starting to realize that there was a different pop that could travel

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Thomas is with us on the car carriage hi Thomas I think that's pretty much all absolutely Thomas how can I be of service to you sure so I'm about seven thousand dollars in stock from a big box store and wonder if I should liquidated move into one of my discount brokerage fund well the question would be based on first the big box store the you have the stock and how much of your total assets does that seven thousand represent is that a lot of little but only thirty five percent from the like in that about so including anything you have this is a third of the action yeah that that's not an like an IRA or four oh one K. yeah no throw those into if you were to throw those into what percent of what you got would it be I mean maybe fifteen twenty percent that's still too much yeah I having that much in one stock makes me nervous but if you were to sell it so this is not in a retirement account is just a regular investment account you're gonna generate capital gains tax if the stock is done well yeah so you have to absorb that so then there's a question I would ask you if you were looking at buying an individual stock today is that a stock he would want to buy yeah I mean the company overall done well the past couple decades no I don't I don't see that changing see you believe in the company you believe in the stock you're just nervous about having like I am you having that much a percent of your investments in that stock exactly so can I ask how old you are Thomas I'm twenty seven or eight twenty seven if it's a stocky believe in is one that you would buy again today I would say don't buy anymore of it don't sell it and trigger the capital gains tax and instead as you move forward you want to do diversified investing like you are with whatever discount a year where where you're in index funds or whatever so I would say that over time you'll steadily reduced the percent that this individual stock represents rather than trigger tax you're gonna have to pay the capital gains to diversify away from it you're already eighty five percent diversified away from it is that what you said it represents are up so I I think if it's a stocky believe in if you were buying one today you'd still buy that one don't sell it just don't buy more of it but instead only with your retirement accounts and whatever investing you do the share of what you have it'll steadily shrink yeah exactly you comfortable with that yeah definitely yes that's really how I would approach it if you were calling me asking me should you buy it and have it be fifteen percent of your money I would say hopefully not but you're already on there and a nurse here with all your other stuff particularly retirement investing will steadily pull.

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How to Get a Job During Hard Times | Ep

Marketing School

04:54 min | 1 year ago

How to Get a Job During Hard Times | Ep

"Or super committed to your success online. We've worked with them. To a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream. Host DOT COM slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about how to get a job during a hard time. So Neil do you WANNA give people recap of what at least United States unemployment has reached as of April third twenty twenty years. Sure so there's a bit less than seven million people that have just become unemployed and for the rest of the April by the time you listen to. This'll be towards the end of April. It looks like the unemployment rates are just going to get much much worse than this summer saying that in the United States alone there'll be more than ten percent unemployment rate which is thirty to forty percent. I heard Goldman Sachs a ten percent. I've heard some people say fifteen twenty percent I see the numbers ranging the problem with how they calculate unemployment is. It's not as simple as oh. You don't have a job like if you've been unemployed for over six months. They considered you not unemployed. They considered you. You Stop Looking. Which isn't accurate. Either right so it depends how they wanNA end counting you as unemployed or employed so actionable things in terms of what you can do during hard times right now. So what now better than ever like? I actually spoke to someone. That's that's freelancing right. Now it just depends on what you're doing maybe doing advertising. It's hard to say. Oh I'M GONNA go get clients right now but if you do want to get a job right now. They're a lot of people are still hiring and I will say that there's actually a in Silicon Valley. There's all these starts posting whether they're hiring or laying people off or Amazon hiring a lot. Cbs's Walgreens is is the biggest lead at three hundred fifty thousand but those are some of the people that are hiring Walmart. I believe this hiring like crazy right now. Well but then let's think about these other sites that let's say you have marketing skills or web design skills or whatever. There's a ton of remote job sites that you can go to we work melting DOT com. There'S UPWARD DOT COM. There's freelancer dot com and at the same time. Lake for you right now. Now's opportunity for you to shine. Let's say you're looking for paid opportunities but you have free time. Now's an opportunity to reach out the people that you look up to whether it's through instagram diem or emailing them and saying look. I know what you're going to right now. I'm willing to do some stuff and Neil talk about this. All the time is working for free for a small period of time building up that report quickly and then you know getting into some type of pave engagement. Now's the easiest way because people aren't making that much right now but they could use to help the easiest way to try to find a job right now is looking at skill sets. You have go find any venture funded company that's been funded recently. Because I mean they're flush with cash crunch base has a big list of them and go email the CEO the founder and the investors. What they're doing wrong and how they can fix it and lay it out in step by step instructions at the end just being like look best selecting this if you need help and you're looking for to hire someone. I'm open for a job. This is exactly tied to your point. Neil so sorry. Sorry for interrupting but go to candor dot co slash. Hiring Dash freezes. These are all the silicon valley companies. And there's a lot of green in here. You can sort by hiring hiring freeze and layoffs but yet in go hit up those companies that Eric just mentioned on that you are all candor dot co slash hiring freezes and go hit a ball those companies. Tell them what they can do to improve. And I bet you you'll find people willing to hire you. That's what I used to back in the day even during the last recession. And if you do that you can do quite well. You may not get the prime job that you want but hey something's better than nothing right. We can't be to choose at this point. So this is actually. We're talking about in in the last episode. I'm just amazed by this because they're sharing data and they're showing based on what categories who's actually high more and who's actually counting a bunch right for

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Arizona dairy farmers forced to dump milk during coronavirus pandemic

Arizona's Morning News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona dairy farmers forced to dump milk during coronavirus pandemic

"Arizona dairy farmers will take your milk does your body good now if only they could get it to you bill Kerr owner of Kerr family dairy in Buckeye says they've been forced to dump nearly twelve and a half million pounds of milk because of the pandemic mocha still being produced at the same rate but there's nowhere for it to go our overseas market I mean that's disappeared and about fifteen twenty percent of our milk product is shipped overseas or in the Mexico school in restaurant closures have also added to the surplus some of the excess milk is being made into powder form or even converted into electricity

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Where Do We Get $2,000,000,000,000?

Planet Money

08:29 min | 1 year ago

Where Do We Get $2,000,000,000,000?

"Keep reading this number with an astonished voice but I feel like I have to do it every single time to it two trillion dollars just like it just stops me every single time. It is a lot of money. Obviously if it saves the economy from collapsing into another great depression it is worth every penny so the number one question. I think that a lot of people might ask when they hear two trillion dollars. They know that the federal government does not have two trillion dollars sitting around. The federal government is already in debt so way. Are they going to get the money in the next few weeks? So okay we can think of this in terms of two buckets very very big buckets. One bucket is money that basically already exists out there in the world. The other bucket is money that is going to be created out of thin air. The magic bucket. The magic bucket was afraid. You were going to say that. Let's start with the money that is already out there in the world basically the US government is going to borrow money by issuing treasury bonds. This is something that does all the time. If you have money in a retirement account you are probably lending money to the US government whether you know it or not investors all around the world are all the time lending tons of money to the US government but these are not normal times the US economy is functionally shutdown. I worry about the integrity of the US government. Why would investors around the world still give money in uncertain times to the US government? Why would they lend money when they could just sit on cash by golder? Yes so Robert. When we set out to work on this show I called up Alan blinder. He was the vice chair of the Fed back in the ninety S. He's a professor at Princeton. And he's he's one of the smartest people I know on this stuff and I asked him that question like why would people buy treasury bonds right now. There is a huge market for. Us Treasury debt for the simple reason that it's considered the safest asset money can buy and this is a time when the safest asset money can buy. Sounds really good. You Bet you know I understand this Jacob and we say this all the time the strength of the. Us Treasury bond is that it is the safest asset but in my heart. I do question whether there are two trillion dollars worth of takers out there. Ready to stand in line for this asset when we need it the most. How do we know it's still true? You know the answer say it you gotTa talk about interest rates. You Bet so right now today the. Us Government can borrow money for ten years at an interest rate of left than one percent a year right so this is trillions of dollars of smart investor money begging to lend money the government at a super super like historically low interest rate basically giving the government money for free because they trust the government so much because they are desperate to lend to the US government because if they were worried at this point like literally if they were worried today about the US government they would charge a much higher interest rate. And you only have to look back at the euro crisis in Greece When Greece needed money investors demanded a very high interest rate the same with Argentina any of these countries in trouble. If you're going to lend the money you're going to ask for ten fifteen twenty percent return if you're asking for less than one percent return you know you're gonNA get your money back. Yeah it is still one of the safest loans you can make on the planet even with all the debt people trust the US government with their money. And if I were to wake up one morning during this crisis and find that the. Us Treasury interest rate had skyrocketed. So that is probably not going to happen. And the reason it's probably not going to happen is actually like the next hole sort of chunk of the show their big thing. Oh it is the other bucket yes. It's the unfortunately named magic bucket right. That is the money created out of thin air bucket. So so now is the part where we talked about the Fed the Federal Reserve America's central that the Fed the Fed cavalry. So you and I did a show last week about the Fed rate so just to be clear the bill we're talking about today the two trillion dollars. That's Congress right. Congress is in the middle of passing that Bill. The president is almost certainly going to sign it. That's like one whole set of things k. The other big thing going on in the world the other big response to this crisis in America at least economically and financially has come from the Fed The feds doing a bunch of things. But what's important for? This show is the Fed is buying tons and tons of treasury bonds which is to say the Fed itself is lending hundreds of billions of dollars to the US government. And and you know one question. I had here for for blinders. Wait if everybody around. The world is so eager to lend the government. Why does the Fed need to be getting in on doing it to the Fed is GonNa do that? To the extent it is necessary to keep interest rates from going up so in other words if everyone in the world is clamoring to lend money to the US government interest rates. Stay low. That's great but if people get nervous about the United States then the Fed is there to keep buying to keep that rate. Low argued example if you went back to World War. Two which is the last time really. We had a mobilize the where we have to mobilize now. It does feel like right. I KEEP COMING BACK TO WORLD WAR. Two I you should so in World War Two. The Fed was very explicit that they were going to keep the interest rate on government bonds. Very very low for the duration of the war. And that's more or less what they're doing now. Is this time. It's the war against the virus. Yes hopefully well. It'll be a much shorter war but it's hope so yeah The Fed has said it's going to lend money to the government without limit. Bright more or less. Where does the Fed get the money? Oh that's the neat part about being a central bank. It doesn't have to get the money. It just creates the money something you and I wish we could do but only the central bank can do that so all of this money these hundreds of billions of dollars the Fed is going to essentially lend to the government by buying bonds. Is that like new money that the Fed is creating new money. That's why it's sometimes we still sometimes use the phrase printing money but this is electron. Ix handover dollar bills to exchange for pieces of paper. That money will be irrelevant to this whole thing. So to recap the two trillion dollar stimulus. Rescue package is being paid for by investors like you and me investors all over the world as well as the Fed making sure that everything runs smoothly and interest rates remain low. Yeah and and what that last part means is the Fed creating hundreds of billions of dollars out of thin air and using them to buy bonds. Now this is where I start to worry a little bit because I remember when I took high school economics. Which was my last sort of formal economics. Train Ish The one thing. They taught us the one thing they taught us was. If you print too much money as a government the thing that inevitably happens is your money which is flooding into the system becomes worth less and you start to see inflate hyper even this. Is The story APOR inflation? They always tell the story of Germany in the nineteen twenties wheelbarrows full of money. Zimbabwe with its trillion dollar bake notes hyperinflation that cripples the entire economy. You can't even put a price tag on an item because it'll go up in two minutes and I mean the short version of what happens is ordinary investors. The people in that first bucket get scared about lending money to the government so the central bank that second bucket they start printing more money to lend to the central government and then investors get even more scared so the central bank prints more money and more and it and it turns into this spiral where inflation just goes up and gets totally out of control and completely destroys money. Basically and that's where you get this crazy. Runaway inflation with prices doubling every week and the value of money completely breaks down. So that's the story and I want to say just as clearly as possible. That is very very very unlikely to happen

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The Different Agency Models You Can Choose From | Ep.

Marketing School

03:55 min | 1 year ago

The Different Agency Models You Can Choose From | Ep.

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm meal and today we are going to talk about the different agency models that you can choose from. Neil what is model number one the first model that you can choose from low end and you say hey we're gonNA take on. Small businesses charged very little money. And we're GONNA do. Seo In marketing for local mom and POPs or yellow page type of companies and we may charter McHugh hundred two thousand dollars a month. That business model you can get customers quicker easier faster but your turn is also higher harder to upscale customers as well yup another model that you can choose is far more. Riskier we call it an affiliate model or you can call a pay for performance model depending on what type of clients operate with but this type of model is basically what say. I go to one of Neal's companies. Let's say I go to Uber. Suggest and I say Neil. I'm going to help you drive leads. Neil might say okay. I'll pay you fifty dollars per lead right but the difference is I have to front the cash myself so this agency model. If I'm the agency I have to put up the cash. I I have to perform for Neil and then after Nielsen's good performance. He's going to pay me now. The good thing about this is that this type of model can scale exponentially. The negative is really being held accountable to results. And you can literally lose your shirt doing this. And it's very risky too. Because you have to have the float to keep the business going and then you know the other thing is if the client decides. Hey I don't WanNa work with you anymore. You obviously have to have good terms contracts. But because you're reliant on them giving you the cash you better have some type of backup Sarah because otherwise you can lose. Big sources of cash flows another model. Is You just do project basis? It's hard to get consistent income. It is easier to close deals. You JUST DO PROJECT. Basis hourly basis a lot of agencies run with this model. I hate it. Eric goes against this one as well. We both liked the consistent income but that is another model. It makes it easier one off stuff like site. Audits Web Design Shops. Do a lot of one off stuff like designing. Abc doing the. Ui Doubt Model works quite well from you. Just gotTa Keep Doing Marketing. Keep getting more users as well customers. Yeah I do want to go back to what Neil talking about earlier like when you charged a smaller budget mom-and-pop shops this is a tier above that word instead of charging you know five hundred thousand. Us dollars per month you might be charged a little more. Let's fifteen hundred twenty five hundred dollars a month. There's actually a lot of agencies that do that and they grow the revenues to a pretty good size now. You can definitely do that but the problem there is. You're still going to get a big volume of clients were. They aren't necessarily the ones that are the best fit clients for you meaning that they are more high maintenance they are going to be complaining more. Almost call it the well. It sounds bad but it's like the sweatshop model it's like an agency mill where they will sign a bunch of clients and the churn is very high clients will leave but it's a revolving door but because they're signing so many of them the business continues to grow the problem with that. If you continue to sign more clients you have to add more people there right so that's not necessarily a model that I liked the most and then I'll pass it off to to kneel now to talk about Amano where you can charge a lot more and then enter these enterprise type of deals Neil in the other model is going after big enterprise companies. Typically you get from our appease our Pisa requests for proposals. You get them from big conferences or the foresters of the role which is a research company the process to get those is very long time consuming. It's expensive but once you get a client. The chances are the stick with you for four plus years. The margins aren't bad. You can typically operate around fifteen twenty percent ten percent on the low end twenty percent on the high end. If you're terrible you operate around five percent of the people who I know who have the Type of business. The operating usually somewhere around like seven eight percent. All the way up to fifteen percent is the standard again. You can try to aim for twenty percent on the high end

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McCormick Issues a Bland Outlook for 2020

MarketFoolery

03:30 min | 1 year ago

McCormick Issues a Bland Outlook for 2020

"Want to kick things off with some earning stories and let's begin with McCormick the spice maker and really Dang good stock over the last few years but not so much today share slipping a bit after McCormick reported lower than expected earnings. What is going on here? Well not only the McCormick mess on their revenue and earnings but they gave week guidance for twenty twenty Net income is actually down a penny year year on flat revenue. So Oh I think all in all this I mean McCormick's never been a high flying stock but it was a worse quarter than what was expected. But you need to put it in context for instance McCormick prior prior to this earnings was up forty percent over the past year alone and that is twenty five percent but still. That's you know. Twenty percent went over the market. Fifteen twenty percent over the market which is extremely impressive for a company that has only grown revenue in the low single digits for a long time. Now that's a lot of old. Hey it's a lot of old bay and it might not be a high flying company in constant currency terms. The company actually grew sales three percent. So there were some headwinds and there that we're a little bit out of their control. I think all in all McCormack ultimately what you're seeing is a strong stable dividend paying company that has just been on a tear and needs a little a little bit of a pullback if he asked me and speaking of being on a tear I think a lot of us when we think McCormack we think spices but in recent years they've gone on a bit of a buying spree where they've bought food companies and food brands like Franks red. Hot French is when I think mustard. I think French's so it's not just a spice maker anymore. Yeah look I have a bottle of fringe. Red Hot in my fridge constantly. I put that stuff on everything. The stick with their tagline there so McCormick is smart because they're always looking forward thinking. Okay well if we see any softness in this spice market last year there are some softens on the Food Service side of their their spiced division. So yeah they when they see opportunities is to acquire different brands. Then they do that. And it's smart because it diversified revenue stream a little bit infringe. Red Hot is great. Do you have a favorite spice. I like McCormack's six pre mixed spices. I know that's a cop out like I own little paper and the little paper bags I I know I know when I go home. I already have all those spices in my cabinet event somewhere. But there's something so nice. I just a little bag. You know putting it on the chicken putting on whatever and baking and making it all enough. I think there's no crime in that. I think you should just own it. You know what I love and I'm such a late adopter that I feel like I've I came across this maybe ten fifteen years ago but I'm such a huge fan of sea salt and I know salt. I know the world is the difference. It's I don't know it just feels chunkier and it just feels it feels better now. I know I know the tide. The tide has been turning against salt for a while and I know that like too much salt not a great thing so hold your emails but love me some sea salt so back to the stock. The stock doc has more than doubled over the last five years. Are you still bullish on McCormick. Going forward I am their cash flow from operations up fifteen percent year over year and May November they authorized their thirty fourth consecutive quarter of dividend increases. I think today's reaction might be a little bit of a needed. Pullback for the stock itself but in terms of it as an investment especially if you're looking for a dividend dividend about one point five percent yield but it's a good stable player that generates a lot a lot of cash

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What happens if the trade war hits the tech industry?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:02 min | 2 years ago

What happens if the trade war hits the tech industry?

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed? You can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. Get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation, Evan Lyall of rush enterprises is a big fan of Michigan as he put it the future of mobility, is going to be decided right here in the state, visit planted dot com to find out why. That's P. L. A. N. E T, M dot com. What happens if the trade war hits the tech industry from American public media? This is marketplace tech. I'm Tracey Samuelson in for Molly would. The Trump administration is hearing testimony this week from businesses and industry groups affected by a pending fourth round of tariffs on Chinese imports. If an acted these tariffs would cover an additional three hundred billion dollars worth of products. Meaning nearly everything we buy from China would face a tariff that's left, some tech companies scrambling to try and shift their supply chains away from China. Others are lobbying to try and prevent the tariffs. But all face a similar question. Whether to pass the extra cost of tariffs along to consumers. Let's talk more about this in quality assurance, a segment where we take a deeper look at big tech story. See, we covers tech for the Wall Street Journal from Beijing. We talked about how tariffs will affect various consumer technology with sick. The iphone, for instance, a lot of phone parts come from China. There were some reports from J P, Morgan that said that if these terrorists take place than it would could raise the cost of an iphone of an iphone by v. Fifteen twenty percent and unclear whether apple had pass those costs and consumers but we're talking about one hundred fifty dollars increase in the price of the iphone ten if that happens so you mentioned, I phones already are there other products that we should be looking for in terms of the impact of these tears. There's a lot of component so anything that requires a computer chip might be affected. A lot of computer chips, and other components are, are manufactured out here and there's also some indirect costs that could rise because of these tariffs to for instance, stuff that an internet provider like Comcast wireless provider like AT and T buys, they need cell phone tower quit -ment. They need internet routers, and that stuff is facing tariffs to so while AT and T would be, for instance, paying those tariffs. They might raise the cost of your wireless plant because they have to pay more for that equipment. Right. And that's the choice companies face right now as their costs rise, you detectives, they have to decide whether to absorb those costs or how much they might pass on to consumers. Are we hearing anything from companies? To what they're planning to do. Cisco for instance already face a ten percent tariffs since last year. And they said, okay, ten percent we can absorb that. But once they went up to twenty five percent last year. They said we had to raise prices for some of our equipment. We just can't absorb a twenty five percent increase. A lot of people can take ten, they can't do twenty five and companies can also try and avoid the tariffs by shuffling their supply chains to bypass China altogether. What are we hearing from tech companies about their ability to do that? Yeah. Love companies have said they've already taken steps to move production to their other factories outside China. Cisco's done at Ericsson which also makes cell phone tower equipment. They've done that too, but not every company can do that. And there's some logistics involved for instance, if you wanted to move production from China to Vietnam, maybe you already have a factory there. But do you have enough workers to work at that factory? It's not easy to snap your fingers and say, we'll just move it to another country. It's going to be difficult rate, and even if they could there's going to be cost associated with that there's going to be cost. And you might not be able to manufacture a product as quickly or as well, as you did the foreign China, St. we with the Wall Street Journal next week, President Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping will meet on the sidelines of the g twenty in Japan. Both countries are hoping to make progress after negotiations stalled last month. And now for some related links, US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer testified before Senate, and house committees this week and defended Trump's use of tariffs on Chinese goods, quote, if there's a better idea than tariffs. I'd like to hear it. He told the Senate finance committee, also fortune took a look at why analysts expect iphone production to largely remain in China, despite an offer from Foxconn which assembles the phones to move production to its facilities outside China. I'm Tracey Samuelson. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This is Molly would host of marketplace tech the podcast, where you can hear conversations like legendary Sifi, author, William Gibson, talk about the problems created by the uneven distribution of wealth and technology, helping you think differently about the world you live in every weekday. That's marketplace tech on apple podcasts or wherever you like to download.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To China's massive pork industry could be about to spread to the chicken business. Every protein is going to feel the impact of African in China. Jeremy Scott senior analyst at Mizuho securities says as the disease continues to spread cost increases will spread right along with it. Demand shift, meats, like beef and chicken. And those prices are gonna go up as well how much could prices go up thinking at a minimum about fifteen twenty percent over the next twelve months? And that's just a short term implications of shortage. The vertical group says the disease could cause a four and a half percent reduction in global protein and it says chicken companies like pilgrim's pride and Sanderson farms could be among the biggest beneficiaries and rising prices could mushroom analysts say, mushroom, growers may benefit as well as restaurants start blending them with proteins to control their costs. I'm Denise Pellegrini. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio one thirty nine on WBZ. There are elections that are taking place across all EU countries this weekend. CBS news correspondent Elaine Kiana has more has already taken place in seven of the twenty eight Member States. The vote is a continent wide battle for influence in the EU right wing nationalists with a tough stance on. Degration are expected to make gains and return power to national governments. The result from every nation will be released Sunday evening, after the last polling station on the continent is close. Gary and Prime Minister Viktor Orban's saying that an anti Gration national conservative says today's elections are vital for voters to have their say on an important topic. Give very clear opinion on that to me reject migration, and we would like to see leaders in position of European Union who dejected migration, who would like to stop it and left. Many. Shift in the European public arena in favor of those political parties, who would like to stop the migration in the first official projections are expected around ten pm London time, later tonight, Senator Ron Johnson is discussing recent migrant deaths at the southern border on CVS face the nation. That was concert Republican discuss the trip he just took to the area where another migrant detainee died. This time as a result of the flu Senator Johnson, saying, there's growing concern following the outbreak of the virus, he says, although the processing centers have reopened, they are incredibly overcrowded, which whereas officials about the possibility of more flu deaths. Well officials at schools around the United States have started rethinking their approach to teen vaping as detested show arise in suspensions and other disciplinary responses to students getting caught using e cigarettes, many who previously emphasized discipline are now looking more closely at ways to prevent and treat nicotine addiction party. By educating students about the health risks ahead of sports Bart Starr, the gentlemen quarterback catalyst, Vince Lombardi's powerhouse Green Bay Packers teams. When the first Super Bowl in the history of the NFL has died at the age of eighty five star talking about his relationship with head coach. Vince Lombardi coach I said, I can take all of the chewing, you want to dish out. I understand your personality, and that's all well and good..

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Before the Millions

"Returns fifteen. Twenty percent year-over-year returns just contacted back. Some of the listeners we talk about what you guys are doing is a crowd funding platform, but more specifically syndications than just for you guys out there who don't know what indication is. I mean, just the easy example, like throughout their just think about you taking a trip you get on a plane in, you know, every single passenger that that's on that plane has purchased a plane ticket to wherever it is the destination is, but collectively there's you know, there's one plane collectively all these people are paying a certain portion of the fuel charges portion of the salaries and so on so forth. That is a syndication met is weary. You take pools of money to strive towards a common goal for everybody. That's involved. So you take that. And you think about real estate in new take a bunch of investors who know individually or may not have the funds to invest in some of these, you know, some of these really are offerings. But you take the power of the people you looking out for the people who are not able to get into some of these investments. Some of these accredited. Investments taking what you're doing kind of thinking about the average Joe somebody who's out there listening who's looking to get involved. What are the garments for them? How much do they need? Do. They need to be accredited as a certain threshold is only offer during certain periods. Kinda kinda walk us through that process. The ads what we're forming here something that just ten percent of your net worth wouldn't have a low minimum amount two thousand in two thousand dollars. That means your net worth is. As speaks loonier residents. Maybe ten thousand to to get involved with something. So if you own if your cars were ten thousand dollars different Claire, that's that that would be NetWorth extend your personal residency have if you have a Bank account with money or other types of assets. So we're focusing on an asset class that it's a little bit too big for the Montpon esters, and it's too small for that large institutional investors, we do compete with them from time to time. So we're in this asset class that's between about a twenty million dollar value. One hundred million dollar value average person that they don't have enough money to get into those assets and the larger guys it's too small from. Do these multimillion dollar to win a million dollar deals? So those assets that you gotta ask yourself. Okay. You know, what why? Why can't get involved in? It's always comes to Kay who are the gatekeepers of these assets brokers nebr- dealer world. So what what are they motivated on while they're motivated on commissions? Right. And you want to get paid. So they're like, okay. Do they wanna talk to a hundred people? Do they wanna talk to you? Are they going to talk to you do not talk to a hedge fund? They're gonna talk to that high net worth guy who's got five million. Plus they want that big. Well, that's all they care about. Because that big mission check they're looking for fifty a hundred thousand dollars conditions. So are they going to ever talk the average person they might say it not gonna do it? Nationalities. So they're going to spend their all their time there in that world. And so where does that leave the average investor? How are they going to have access to this while they might have access to you might say someone say, hey, what about the publicly traded reach that are on the stock market. Yeah. But that look those returns to three percent. I mean, they're not return of these higher higher returns. So how'd you get involved while MRs what we're trying to do through crowdfunding through Diversey funds get involved into you know, higher than better. Overall return than he gets to the stock market into the saints sane asset. Classes is ultra rich in the wealthy low the in I wanna highlight again, the fact that these investments like before twenty fourteen these investments were not privy to the average investor. I mean, you're talking about investment thousand dollars into a multimillion dollar asset. I mean, this is this was unheard of in..

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"For the last four years about fifteen twenty percent a year and most of the other brands were suffering terribly. Now a lot of the big brands the CPT's have started a pivot at this category. And they're getting she consumer patterns packaged goods companies have started to really pivot into this category. In a good way. And they are cleaning up their products. That's part of our mission. Right is to really it's also to bring them along really change the food system because a lot of what they're looking at us through the rear view mirror. We keep looking forward. How to completely lift our standards over year when you talk about being sustainable, I think about some of the effects of climate change that we've seen recently has there been anything yet that has forced you to change your supply chains as a result to as a result of a change in weather. Absolutely. We're always looking for partners. Whether it's the farms, we source from or whether it's a particular vendors that we choose that are dedicated the same values that we're dedicated to. So for example, we we have a line of very successful organic. Snacks. Chickpea snacks were the only ones that are fair trade certified we have a dark chocolate dark chocolate CHAI. I brought them for you and him to to try to sample. We also look very carefully at what are their standards around labor. What are their standards in their facilities, and we do audits on them? So we're very careful with that. We also think that you know, we we've been changing our packaging, and there's a big movement towards more environmental packaging as well is the is the halal food more expensive because we talk about organic food being more expensive than non-organic food. Is there a real price point difference? Hal is not quite there yet because kosher is because when the kosher certifiers fires and the truth the scholars came here. They did it. A wise thing forty fifty years ago, they set some standards right now, there's a lot of different standards. I think Paula early stages even though it's a pretty huge market. So I think once they set those standards will start to see the price movement upward. But right now, there's a slight premium. It's not really significant more significant is really the natural Aghanistan ability. Thank you so much for being with us. Really, a pleasure having you at non Durrani founder and chief executive of saffron road longtime entrepreneur and and traveler and really the flavor is getting into stores around the country and around the world. Pam definitely interesting to sort of see how even if there is sort of more protectionist rhetoric. There is more expensive taste for different cultural foods. So that's something that is sort of a uniting factor..

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on KTRH

"Turn yellow Well five six different things It's fairly. Normal when we're extreme temperatures this is the heat is that extreme that I'm. Talking about. Their, temperature, sensitive another words If they have not been consistently fed if they haven't been. Consistently water And the only other thing that causes yellow and in order to amount a yellowing is there's a fungal disease Not a phone call I'm sorry it's a bacterial. Disease that we use Khan sand on but we only put the con- sand and water. Mix in the soil we don't get it on the lease because concert on lease will cause more yellow lease so just in the soil treatment Normally what I tell people is is what's the percentage of yellow leases at ten fifteen twenty percent less than twenty, percent of the leaser, yellow and it's all those little about forty then you probably have it has gone through what I would consider a roller coaster ride, of moisture too much. Than not, enough Neth nothing consistent about the water and unless there's, lot of black spots on those leaves if it's just yellow then you're. Not watering consistently enough and these temperatures will lead to that kind of yellowing if it's. Not a consistent amount of water Okay thanks a lot you bet now I've written about this before You. Found a way to riposte that I'm looking at this this it's a little bit on the dated side because it was done in. Spring now we'll just let it go. Let's just work with the consistency, element I've written several times about, premature dropping. A buds on high biscuits yellowing leaves I truly believe that if you're not consistent with, food and you're not consistent, with water when we get this hot You're going, to see. An inordinate amount of yellowing leaves on a high biscuits one other thing I didn't ask, Fred and I should've is Are the buds. Okay though is is still budding out at the top like you expect it. To here's Elizabeth in Sugarland good morning Elizabeth good morning, Mandy I have a question about? This product you talk about as the might not can you Inc was fertilizer. And apply to your loan or, should, it be done separately What is the best way and should you use own owner fine 'cause they have several categories of this particular mineral and the. Reason why I'm asking you this because I put my lawn dislike, us you know you. You. Suggest but the problem is, that, sometimes I get these little. Spots in the lawn don't seem, to respond very well. To the third Leuser and you, get these sort of vast. Spots and a bit, of yolo and so on so what I would tell you that those spots. Need soil activator not. As a, might. Okay now entering. Your first question yes you can combine it there you want the more granular. Version not the powdered version if you get the green, bag you're getting the right version Greenback, yes just just think. As a might in the green, bag that's the right one And you you can look up stuff on their website as a Mike dot com they'll show. You, that you can blend it with just about anything or. In the granular version Be able to put it out on its own No he's not gonna burn anything, the only thing that would burn anything is. I I don't see fertilizer burns, on grasses anymore if anybody uses a. Broadcast spreader the only burn fertilizer, ever happens anymore if somebody just does not, understand we don't use drop spreaders here in Houston Okay and also say forget to order I mean you. If, you put fertilizing in July. Which was when you suggested and of course we, didn't get so much rain right off the. Ideas you water it in with, an irrigation system right after application that's. Right but watch out but you, don't have empty spots on your education too Okay well, listen thank you and you can you can put this, with your. Other plants as well yes you can use. It. On grass you, can use it. On potted plants he's landscape beds just think about, all the minerals it's adding back to the soil are- mineralisation trace elements that we've lost because of. Too much irrigation in this heat trace minerals that we've lost. Due to. The twin freezes, trace elements we lost did all the reins of Harvey That's right Everything it's. Just. Awful, okay, well listen thank you. Very much Harvey was. A mooch Thank you very much we we should make a meme on Joey Harvey was, a mooch, when? It came to all the trace elements and minerals in. The soil what a what a mooch just, took it all without, giving. Anything back can. You. Believe, we're, coming up one week. The anniversary of Harvey I'll tell you the worst thing that, happened yesterday, anybody else lives up in the Cyprus Tom ball area I. Was kind kinda worried about my family they, were out and about I live in Tombaugh they, went to the Cyprus area and I just happened we. Heard thunder in the background so I looked up. I have a this my radar app, this like intense. Summer thunder boomer and it was it was. Pretty big at the time Manifested, itself what about six seven o'clock and I'm like guys you need to get home this there's an intense storm had. Norway be at home now, and you'll have to worry about it I mean and they they, listen to me they were on their, way home but it fizzled out almost like hit this wall right. Before it got to Tombaugh and you can watch that radar and it just started dissipating, disciplinarian went from a big red. Area and it down. The yellow and then green and blue and boom it. Would just disappeared all in less. Than in about an. Hour and I don't, normally see that happen where it's moving and started, in.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Is the ethos of the people who are making commits to the technology yeah i mean and diverse ecosystem it's i definitely hate to scribe power to the developers and this happens very often especially when debates get heated as you start seeing people looking for scapegoats or trying to find like centralisation of power so that they can blame somebody and for all of the blame that is being put out there against bitcoin developers and i don't even like saying bitcoin core developers because there's like seven or eight different implementations of bitcoin and i hold no allegiance to bitcoin core and implementation over any other implementation if they decided to start doing something with which i disagreed i would be the first one to jump up and say you know what i'm going to switch to using some other implementation because i don't agree with what they're doing it's really about the ecosystem as a whole because these developers can't just make changes they have to to propose changes get consensus within their own developer group and then put them out there for the rest of the network to decide whether or not to adopt so it's interesting to see what happens with these network splits where you have fifteen twenty percent of the users on a network disagree with a certain change or certain lack of change and then they split off and go create their own network when you say they're seven or eight versions of bitcoin are you talking about the bitcoin cash bitcoin gold flavors of bitcoin are you talking about things that are compliant with bitcoin itself right i'm talking about implementations that are compatible with the bitcoin protocol and so of course you know this just talking about this gets really difficult to discuss because like you said there's also dozens of different actual networks that call themselves bitcoins something as one of the interesting aspects kind of going back to the governor.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Is the ethos of the people who are making commits to the technology yeah i mean and diverse ecosystem it's i definitely hate to scribe power to the developers and this happens very often especially when debates get heated as you start seeing people looking for scapegoats or trying to find like centralisation of power so that they can blame somebody and for all of the blame that is being put out there against bitcoin developers and i don't even like saying bitcoin core developers because there's like seven or eight different implementations of bitcoin and i hold no allegiance to bitcoin core and implementation over any other implementation if they decided to start doing something with which i disagreed i would be the first one to jump up and say you know what i'm going to switch to using some other implementation because i don't agree with what they're doing it's really about the ecosystem as a whole because these developers can't just make changes they have to to propose changes get consensus within their own developer group and then put them out there for the rest of the network to decide whether or not to adopt so it's interesting to see what happens with these network splits where you have fifteen twenty percent of the users on a network disagree with a certain change or certain lack of change and then they split off and go create their own network when you say they're seven or eight versions of bitcoin are you talking about the bitcoin cash bitcoin gold flavors of bitcoin are you talking about things that are compliant with bitcoin itself right i'm talking about implementations that are compatible with the bitcoin protocol and so of course you know this just talking about this gets really difficult to discuss because like you said there's also dozens of different actual networks that call themselves bitcoins something as one of the interesting aspects kind of going back to the governor.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

Packet Pushers - Datanauts

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

"This to make things more resilient and more robust and secure this is also evidenced as we learn more about data as we learn more about how we write to the environment we can positively impact the overall performance quite literally simply by learn by putting in the changes to the environment based on what we see and this has actually been evidenced in release over release of a ray firmware we bacon what we're learning about data science rate back into the code and nimble cs benefits here where we get ten fifteen twenty percent performance improvements simply by updating the firmware on the array because we've now learned how to write smarter right more efficient and do things more effectively i keep reflecting on the amount of time it took to get to that point the the value that's found in having having the history okay onto another question here now what say i've got different tiers of storage some of its pricey and fast of it is not does emphasize differentiate between those tears no so within the conversations today we talk a boat we talk about hybrid flash storage on the nimble platform we talk about hybrid sas and flash three par all of its data nas tick so there's certain things in you know in pieces that we need to abide by based on the storage tier itself but are a raise that we're talking about today are completely storage agnostic and quite frankly we separate the performance aspect from the disc itself you know it's pretty easy to see on the nimble platform specifically how we're talking about generating over a quarter million ops from twenty one seventy two hundred rpm spinning disks that we're doing something special that is not related to hardware itself and this is really where the values being driven the right what you're saying there is info site isn't isn't key to help me get my data positioned on the right speed of disk because the nature of the store platforms that it's working with that's.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Not showing income coming in so in other words that money the equity that you have in your home is not liquid you can't get at it unless you somehow finance it or sell the property and the other thing is is that i think we talked about that last week also that's also dead money the money that you do have in your in your equity it's not making a dime for you it's locked away and your house is going to appreciate whether you have a nickel in equity or five hundred thousand equities irrelevant so a lot of pieces that consider when you're thinking about yeah oh yeah there's so many moving parts we talk about it each and every week here on the program this is the financial game plan and we're playing little good news bad news or maybe it's bad news good news in this case with skip kelly i'm giving skip some scenarios and he's telling us maybe why the good news is not quite good enough to offset the bad skip how about this when the bad news is the mutual fund hasn't performed very well good news is the fees are pretty low okay so you're mutual fund is performing but that's okay you know i have a hard time with that one if you usual fund is not performing well in this market in the last few years now remember the market has tripled three hundred percent increase that's tripled since two thousand and ten if you're a mutual funds your portfolio's now performing in this mike what what market is gonna perform in change it up you don't have to stay there you can you can do something different so think about that one forget in that case i'd i'd be perfectly happy paying a one and a half percent fee if i'm getting eleven fifteen twenty percent annual returns wouldn't have a problem with the fees in that case this is the.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"Yep contract you who we know what happens suck it up what happened the quarterback to get in the last year they contract to get kirk cousins money kurkova they wouldn't know playoff game league mvp yeah so you gotta pay fifteen twenty percent on top so you go hand one hundred fifty million dollars let met rag into the end of this deal and see what you have to pay him that eighty four million you have the advice probably about twenty million on top of that that again one hundred hundred plus million guaranteed in the first three years and as you mentioned they got greg jarrett they gotta take care of they gotta take jake matthews you don't i mean says having all this money if you ain't got no guards to protect it jake matthews protecting the money which is matt ryan i'll get it i hopefully this is nothing because this is voluntary says volunteer and he did to lead it skip we showed earlier where he was in the stola lebron's a barbershop but was stolen is getting and he was talking about that social media guys let social media defied he's going to erase mind because it doesn't find me it's not why so maybe that's it but come june it is a mandatory he's your money because he look at how could this guy they'll get more to me i mean that's all jarvis jarvis landry make more than i do but this high works gift when he got his money he was the second highest pay behind calvin johnson that's how it worked kirk cousins the highest paid the next quarterback will be the highest paid air.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"From your great great grandparents asking for the debt that the government took on in the beginning of the century i would say yes in this way that a significant portion of the federal expenditure i don't have the number in front of me but i would say what fifteen twenty percent of the of the federal expenditures currently spent on interest no it'd be less than that interest on the federal debt right and that debt has accumulated since world war two that so we are still currently paying interest they pay interest on nobody's collected because what is government debt it's it's assets of most of us in other words that interest flows right back into the economy and it becomes income and these are always have to look at who's on the other side of the balance sheet right government debt our household assets and what is creating that debt each year because one of the things people talking about you need to have a balanced budget right well the government can set what they wanna spend they really don't have control over the revenue because that is determined by the visions of households and businesses how much they want to save and let me let me just give brief example just think of if businesses and households decide that they want to save more that means they spend less if they spend less and they're buying less from other households and businesses which means their income drops which ultimately means that there's less tax revenue because if businesses if people are trying to save more and businesses are trying to save more by spending less than other businesses aren't gonna have as much income people aren't gonna have many jobs they'll be less tax revenue and then naturally puts the government into deficit position even if the budget was balanced at the beginning of the year we're going to spend whatever five trillion here and we hope to get five trillion in revenue as soon as the household and business sector decide they don't want to spend as much then the revenue drops the tax revenue and that's why we naturally bigger deficits during times of recession because of unemployment.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Freakonomics

"And stocks but as you build up a little assets maybe by the time you're twenty five or thirty you're probably gonna wanna be fifteen twenty percent and bond funds and eighty five percent in stock funds and as you get older you're gonna probably want more and bond funds and less stock funds because he the fear of loss is going to be greater when you have a very large amount of money obviously it can be really hard for the average person to take in and execute all this investment advice on their own so you might consider hiring financial advisor but pollack says not just any financial advisor rule number six make your financial adviser commit to the fiduciary standard but fiduciary standard is a federal requirement designed to ensure that financial advisers don't sell clients products that are better for themselves than the clients basically says all the advice that you're giving me and all the products that you're offering me are designed to maximize my own financial wellbeing you're not being paid by anybody except me i understand in a transparent way your financial incentives and if you don't have the fiduciary standards so a little bit like walking onto the ford lot and saying do you think new car yet or do you think i should keep driving the old one for another couple years there was a wonderful study done by some researchers at harvard where they just sent out actors who had different kinds of retirement savings and they would go into storefront financial firms and they would just say hey here's what we're doing tell us if we should do something different and some of them had crazy investments that were say all in the stock in there.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In in a were were going to bump the uh the cost of those by fifteen twenty percent so what it means for consumers is that our goods and service of goods especially will cost more uh if we put those trade sanctions on in what gets lost in that is every country has the ability of put tariffs on their own goods uh in what it does is it raises the prices of a lot of that the the goal of trade certainly is is to be efficient so if you're good at something in and i'm good at something else a trade helps us out so i can focus on what on best stat in trade with others to get those goods and services that i need any impact to is gate of blow but certainly on the dollar and other currencies i it's not a bad thing necessarily for a multinationals to have a weaker dollar if our dollar is weaker our goods are cheaper and makes him a more by 'able if you will overseas so weaker dollars in our best interest however for consumers a weaker dollar means the cost of all those foreign goods has increased in value so that can be inflationary and that something it were a little bit concerned about not right now but may be six months a year year and a half down the road if it were to continue because the dow has been significantly weaker here in the last six to nine months herself in the trump administration seemed to suggest that there are more tires coming on other things it didn't expand on what that could be in their many the can be another word that a trade war if one develops could be the thing that knocks the stock mark get off its off its in it is in nets one of the things that you know one of analysts drought can draw parallels between today in 1987 so the the market are as strong as it is uh in the month of january it's been the best month since 1987 in 1987 we saw interest rates rise uh there was a new man at the helm of the fed at the time alan greenspan we saw dour actually at that point strengthen consistently through the year and that impart led to along with uh the the different of toys if you will on wall street dow the protection of.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Overseas profits coming back and his zero tax rate that's unbelievable he even the corporations in in the us the going from thirty five percent to twenty percent which is a talk twenty one percent but cut till falling corporations and the people who move their jobs off season those prop up the coming in at a zero tax rate it's unbelievable it's a missed opportunity not only that but if we even put a modest tax of ten fifteen twenty percent on those repatriated profits would have enough to do a trillion dollar infrastructure bill that would rebuild every road and bridge and railway station in america it would be a good enough and we wouldn't have to tax our our own people to to cover the cost so it like a hair it's a sad and missed opportunity to this bill is coming out the way it is all alright congress see than lynch i really appreciate your time today and look forward to hearing from u of course as this as the sco's on echo it happened do that thank you thanks thank you trauma jackie erie there kupa by now all right let's get a quick break what i'm the breaking news was on morose of which i have no idea how impactful that is but also impactful great but also schumer is going to be speaking soon so we will hit a quick break we'll come back hopefully be able to grab minority leader weighing in on this election chuck at island in the atlantic to rattlesnake guy lead the club in boston herald radio he's there this win are making your mission to get up to ragged mountain resort in.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on WJR 760

"To be a lockout well what kind of a situation you're going to be in if revenues aren't up fifteen twenty percent but are actually down and are down for a couple of years in a row it doesn't matter whether it's two percent one year three percent the next two percent the next or revenues decrease you're trying to get a contract probably for the next decade and that you're talking at that point huh hundreds of millions possibly billions of of of of dollars in compensation for your future employees right or your future union members and i wonder if that message all of a sudden everybody you know by tuesday wednesday of this week said we can't let this continue this this could spiral out of control and damages us damage us for years it might already and it and it might damage them not because if everybody has backed a kunbae nobody you you know nobody uh a protest any more and that messages there and the message goes out you know you stay in the locker room if you wish to protest you just don't come out or team stay in over at the end of the year they they changed the policy so this doesn't happen in the future and teams stay in the locker room except for the super bowl maybe or playoff games or something like that you stay in the locker room 'cause we can't have this happen again because i can guarantee you somebody in the ownership is saying this can never happen again and whether by the time you've got to tuesday or wednesday of this week they realized how serious it is and even could be because we already know the attrition of people watching and this is about television people are going to go to the games you're going to get people to the games people will go to the good will go to the nfl though go they'll go see professional sports uh because they love it so much they're willing to invest that that that money but it's much more fickle when it comes to people saint battle need watch on tv tv doesn't take a lot of effort tv's just boom i'm done unmoving i'm moving to something else and people are doing that.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on WCHS

"Believe it's going to be a lockout well what kind of situation you going to be in if revenues aren't up fifteen twenty percent but are actually down and are down for a couple of years in a row it doesn't matter whether it's two percent one year three percent the next two percent the next were revenues decrease you're trying to get a contract probably for the next decade and that you're talking at that point huh hundreds of millions possibly billions of of of of dollars in compensation for your future employees right or your future union members and i wonder if that message all of a sudden everybody you know by tuesday wednesday of this week said we can't let this continue this this could spiral out of control and damages us damage us for years it might already and it and it might damage them not because if everybody has backed a kunbae nobody y you know nobody uh of a protest any more that messages there and the message goes out you know you stay in the locker room if you wish to protest you just don't come out or team stay in over at the end of the year they they changed the policies so this doesn't happen in the future and teams stay in the locker room except for the super bowl navy or playoff games or something like that you stay in the locker room 'cause we can't have this happen again because i can guarantee you somebody in the ownership is saying this can never happen again mm hmm and what about the time you've got to tuesday or wednesday of this week they realized how serious it is and even could be because we already know the attrition of people watching and this is about television people are going to go to the games you're going to get people to the games people will go to the get will go to the nfl though they'll go see professional sports uh because they loved so much they're willing to invest that that that money but it's much more fickle when it comes to.

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"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen twenty percent" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Minority viewers minority viewership is up fifteen twenty percent but that's that's gotta be expected when um that's gotta be expected when the show is is uh you know hosted by two afghan americans well in the funny thing is you have folks on the right up curt schilling who has fired from espn has was britain mckendry now britain's hendry's fame as if you may remember this is she had her car impounded in the dc toll till yard and the person she got really kinda nasty with the person and that video ended up going viral she didn't get fired for that she was reprimand ended but dumb she was like go in the in the big cuts idiots men had that too long ago back in april and she also say conservative which frankly i didn't even really realize or no and frankly i don't know if i really care curt schilling though was let go from the baseball the sunday night baseball which i used to love watching now not as much as i don't think that they did right on him he's doing some things on his own he he's been an outspoken conservative as well although let's see you know jemil hill does have someone in her corner you wanna know who's who's coming out being for her that's at one colin kaepernick so he's uh saying she can speak truth to power and the truth of what she wants her yeah what i find what i find odd with espn is that they did fire curt schilling i mean he spoke out about the transgender bathrooms on his on his twitter uh on his twitter feed and that's why he was ultimately removed from the network and from covering the baseball tonight by when jamal hill tweets out that our president is a white supremacist and it it is a big it and is slamming the president uh she just kinda gets a slap on the wrist and i i find that odd that curt schilling fired for his political opinions giamaolo hill slap on the wrist you can keep doing what she's doing i i just find that odd well time and time is going to tell them espn slice disney they've kind of uh you know made this whole bad are lying in their own bat.

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