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"jamie morgan" Discussed on 600 WREC
"The orders unconstitutional. More looting reported today in Chicago after a violent night that left widespread damage. Police say hundreds of people came downtown last night in a caravan of cars. After an officer involved shooting on the city's south side and essentially went from black to block jumping out of the car breaking in grabbing whatever they could carry and then moving on before police could catch them. More than 100 people were arrested and at least 13 officers revert boxes. Garrett Tenney, the Chicago mayor, says there's no justification for the criminal conduct and that it won't be tolerated. A California judge, temporarily blocking uber and lift from classifying their drivers. As independent contractors is a court fight continues. America is listening to Bach's duties. It's 403 These radio, 1055 Alabama and Auburn football fans anxiously awaiting word on the upcoming season. Our five conference leaders reportedly meeting ESPN reporting. The Big 10 is ready to cancel football in the fall, and they want to gauge the response from other leaders. The Crimson Tide's Naji Harris, taking to Twitter to say the season should go on his planned with the Hashtag. We want to play. Clemson quarterback Trevor Laurence says players would be safer in a football protected environment. Decision could come this week. State reporting more than 1600 new Corona virus cases today, along with 26 more deaths. But the health Department notes those numbers may include some older cases due to technical problems with computer software. A deadly voting mishap on Smith Lake. But Marine Patrol troopers say 39 year old Jamie Morgan of Arly fell overboard. It was the only person on the boat at the time. Morgan's body discovered in about seven feet of water. Calls for a presidential debate in Alabama Lieutenant governor Will Ainsworth and some Republican legislative leaders say. Under the current plan, absentee voting already will be underway when the debates begin. They want. 1/4 debate added to the schedule, and they say it should happen in Alabama schools in Hoover getting ready to reopen with the help of the dad Brigade. The initiative began in 2016 with City Councilor Derek Murphy Volunteer Dad's working inside and outside City school facilities with Copan, 19 in mind, making the areas where the kids were going to use night. So we're really just focusing on Making the areas where the kids were going to use. Nicer, neat queen ready for kids. Officials say they had more volunteers.
"jamie morgan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"The curious thing about some of Japan's best restaurants and shifts is that it can be very difficult to get to enjoy enjoy their food. At least if you don't happen to be irregular clients. However there may be assured available lithuanian-born iced me any Soviet shoots as making it a little bit easier to get to enjoy food by some of Tokyo's most exceptional chefs for four years? She has been bringing top cool. Who'll narrow talent from Japan to Europe to collaborate with local chefs? Ice Tickles. These events cool journeys and as the next event Audie to take place in Paris soon invited her over to hear more about the dinners and lunches. She's organizing I bring some of the best master chefs from Japan to Europe. They don't like calling themselves shafts. They call themselves shocking. Gene which basically means an artisan if you would translated from Japanese by news but it's much more really it's artisans who dedicated their all their lives to the craft and their craft and their job is is that lives so usually they specialize in only one dish so it can be a tempera. Sushi are of argue exactly was exceptional. Is that quite often. These shifts are so oh exceptional that it's very difficult or even impossible to get ac- from their restaurants. How was the idea born for you to actually bring these shifts over to Europe Europe and make them collaborate with European shifts so I live part time in USA eyelid between Beeson London and four years ago one summer one hot Samaya was working in Nevada Fish markets where. I usually go everyday and I thought to myself what would happen. If these Grand Chaffetz from Japan would cook from this amazing ingredients that it just came from the sea that morning and so I invited to chefs from Tokyo to come to cook for a group of friends basically in August boost and the event was supposed to be a a friend and family event. It turned out much bigger because some people just came from all over Europe two days as the chefs food and ward spread very fast. This is how my van started and then next year I talked to my friend can Tara Nakahara who who's a volume Aston. We've been collaborating with him for years. Mainly he said Savita who is the best PSOMAS of Japan and yesterday Rica Gaba. Who is the best year? Qatari master from Japan would love to come but We need airline tickets for that. And I thought why should they get airline tickets like quite a few business-class tickets and economy CETERA. And my logical idea was to contact airlines and I contacted All Nippon Airways and my big surprise. They answered Ed and interested in the collaboration. Exactly so you've been collaborating with a in a four years now with this. How do you persuade these amazing shifts from Japan to actually the restaurants and fly to Europe? It's much more complex than one might think because it's really about personal relationships relationships and it's also about trust so I've been able to convince some of them but sometimes read it doesn't work because the Waldorf of chefs in Japan is really. It's a complex. World was its own rules and its own honor Code and hierarchy is very important it Between the junior and senior chef. So you really need to know Japan in order to bring them and they have to trust you because for example we all all know that ingredients in Japan are really on the other level than in Europe. Well not all of them but lots of them. I have to assure them that they. We'll have the best of the best ingredients and the best conditions for the work here. What's your own personal story with Japan? Medically you have to understand Japanese culture pretty well to be able to actually connect with these service and bring them to Europe. So I've been going to Japan for twenty s now. My first time there was. I was a young model and I one day during my school holidays for work. It was completely different experience than when my other times I went to Japan. I didn't have any money. I was seventeen seventeen years old and I was eating from. You know the seven eleven supermarkets. I still remember the on Gary. I would need that by them. No I know so and then I fell in love with Japan and then I started going there for my holidays and basically I was one of the probably first people who started blogging about food in Japan and its restaurants that was may be two thousand seven eighth since then. I've been going to Japan every year. Few Times. uh-huh for food basically so. That's how I was able to have this relationships with chefs Jamie Morgan Philosophy. When you bring these Japanese chefs over to Europe what you want to create events so for me? It's really more about cultural experience than just pop up dinner. It's it's about meeting two cultures together that intellectual part of my events. This is what really excites me. Because the two cultures European beyond approach to cooking and eating is is really different from the Japanese and up till now. I've done events in Spain in London last year this toolman Paris and I'm actually very excited and curious to see how these two cultures walk together. And what will turn out of that. Let's talk about your event in just a moment. That event is taking place next month but before that do you have any addict. dotes any stories of how you've been trying to get in touch with the Serbs and now you've been trained bring them over my first anecdote I can tell which is it was probably the worst event of my life. I don't know if I can call it that way. But when Um Cajun Aqazadeh. WHO's one of the biggest Sushi masters of Japan? Came first time in abuser. Of course they lost their luggage and there were their knives and their costumes in their blockages costumes. Cook and also some of the ingredients like some sauces etcetera so I will never forget the day when just few hours was before the event we went to this cheaper Asian supermarket and abuse. And we're trying to solve for instant combos grandmaster of Sushi. I I just couldn't look at his eyes. It was really terrible but then to my luck they're like he just appeared just two hours before the dinner so ever seen one twelve a close call. Tell me about the events Y- organizing so a few special evenings in Paris in February yes so in February I am bringing three big masters justice of from Tokyo my herein one of Michelin Star temperature Sushi Chef Shingo son and NOCCO Harrison Quiz volume. Austin they will be cooking together was Michelin starred chef or MIA Toshitaka. At a restaurant in Paris there will be few collaboration dinners lunches over one weekend where. All these chefs will showcase their specialties. And people who will attend the meals will have a chance to try all the food so the events every seventh eighth and ninth any other details. We're collaborating was Pablo Lahmar Sylviane. Who is really one of the best psychosomatic Kasama leaders in Europe? He's from Adrit and also was Rossini Caviar who will give us a lot of career so we'll have all that and and some really Nice Weinstein circus some winds from Rothschild as states and some others is the shooter there to the next corner journeys. These take place in Paris from February seventh to the ninth. And that's all for this edition of the menu for previous episodes of this broke. 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"jamie morgan" Discussed on Inside VOICE
"The future that we imagine where people are engaging with their brands much more over voice assistance but today is there really a core. Need that someone's GonNa get from a smart speaker home maybe in some cases but in a lot of cases that might not be the right answer but then suddenly when you could be providing value whether someone's John's on the road driving or walking the aisles store just opens up a lot more options and there has become now a lot of voice agencies in the last few years what do you think makes banners smart unique within the space. I come back to onto the various started. This where it's we are born out of a broader not just advertising agency Z.. But a broader marketing company. And we're here to solve some of this fundamental business and marketing problems and so I think a lot of our colleagues around the voice space other agencies do really nice design were some of them put out some really cool experiences. I'd like to thank and I think we've been investment to say that are designed development capabilities are right up there on bar with the very best spent Since I've been here for years now investing heavily in that making it a core focus but in addition to building and designing really good experiences. We also have this broader agency and company around us that can be really powerful both and driving discovery which I think we all here as a a big want in the voice base that you can build very thing ever but unless you make people aware of that in the right moment it's tricky to drive engagement and then so we have a built in solution on that end and then more broadly thinking about that role that voice experience glazed within a broader product or marketing system. I mean I think again any company can take that more strategic coming in the differences. We're we're actually practitioners along that broader marketing ecosystem as well so whether that's being able to tap in some of my colleagues Bainer on the media side of house and when we haven't experienced coming up understand what are some of the most efficient ways to actually drive at discovery and with the right audiences or if it's about topping into the broader UNCREATIVE and strategy teams might understand a really old consumer journey for one of our clients and be able to help pinpoint the moments where we could address a real need with with a voice experience. It's just thinking of this not in isolation but instead as part of an overall brand system which ultimately is how user going to experience it so we look at that has our had a big competitive difference that expertise but also integration with the broader system. And can you share with us any success stories. You've had God with the brands you've worked with that are using voice. Sure of those that we've Big Ben acknowledged publicly in spoken with to come to mind. One Jamie Morgan we can chase. It was pretty big story for those in the AD world a couple of years ago we were named their Voice Agency of record. And that's been a great partnership running for a couple of years now where there have been bits. That have you've been public facing. And we've seen really interesting. Thought leadership experiences on their side where. I'm really proud of the work. We've done with them to take some of their really great educational information really great guidance investors and making that a bit more accessible through public facing skills in science briefings but then beyond that some of the work internally we've done from a strategic standpoint so helping them understand as they progress towards market with an own voice assistant as they look into the roles that across the different businesses interacting for conversations whether it's voice or messing are GonNa play in some cases. This is Upper funnel stuff where it might be after initial awareness. But they WANNA help do a little bit of validation of leads or bring folks along that journey a little bit. Sometimes sometimes an automated conversational experience might actually be a better solution than trying to drive them right into a bank branch or something like that. We've done quite a lot of work on the strategy side. Jake retakes there and then another one. WHO's been a great partner over the years and we're continuing to work closely with the audio and the spirits category so the makers of most talkative spirits and for them they were actually our very first client that we ever developed a skill for that Johnnie Walker Whisky? mentorships guided added Whiskey tastings back in two thousand sixteen saw a lot of success. There evolved from Amazon Google as well continued at a rate on that and then Spread it out to another skill experience about happy hour. That's kind of portfolio wide a little bit more of a recipe experience for cocktails within within the broader happy are context of reasons to cheers and stuff along the way and then increasing now as Amazon and Google of starting to build out more. I party capabilities. Typically in that recipe space. It's a obviously very popular domain voice. So one way or the platforms are investing more in answering questions directly themselves and maybe not always of these less frequently deferring out to third party skills and actions now were kind of pivoting on our strategy and looking into what are are the new ways that farms are GonNa be surfacing this information to users and how can we position Biagio is a folio and then the individual brands in the right moments there to service the right recipe in the right moment for user. Guide them through whether it's instructions on certain types of mixing Aren't all the different stuff you can get around cocktail content. And then for some of their brands there will still be more interactive experience of. It's not to say that it's it's all utility based all the time but across their portfolio really picking up the right solution in the right moment and it's something that they've put as a big priority in have been really Great Orange Emirs. I know you're talking about on the go. which is again what you're really passionate about at this? Time is a brand creative way skill that works on the go. Oh beyond a device at home so maybe what are some tips. You can give to make sure a grand scale can be used on the go. Yeah and I'd start with. We are just figuring this Out Now like those hardware form factors talking about echo buds just shipped. Yes in the last few months anyway. The Pixel Buds are going to ship until next during latest. We've heard is early spring and so we've been playing around with the teams on both sides while as at Bowes they've got hardware market earlier earlier. It's obviously a small user base but really cool seeing even the bose frames and how those are integrating voice commands there. But I think first and foremost it's about really getting into the mindset of user defining. So we talk here in terms of and I've each inspirational design target and part of the definition of that user is GonNa be where they're being where they're using the experience and so in terms of envisioning where they are and then forecasting you need based on that it's really important in the planning stages and then in terms of the actual experience designed as of today we don't have you know an automated way to sense which hardware coming through through across Google and so in context it's about trying to with you know a little bit artfully upfront. We don't want to be totally bash people over the head with with Way Finding in directions but asking them early on an experience a couple of discovery questions to figure out as much about their context weekend and then tailor the rest of the experience from there. So really you might very well have an experience that you've designed one way if you're envisioning somewhat over smart speaker and another way if they're you're on the goats not unlike how we think about multi-modal today where we might have Sunday mentally a very similar experience. But if someone's got a screen device in front of them I can make a lot more assumptions and show them reference information on that screen that if they're audio only can't so the sooner that I can kind of working to the upfront of the conversation. Some discovery question that helps me know which contacts therein the better tailored I can make that experience. Well I think so. You've provided so much information today. If people want to learn more about what we talked about where they want connect with you. Where can they do that online? Sure of the best place for me is going to be on Lincoln on. There's Patrick givens you can look up also always happy to chat over email so In my other boquets givens. JV NS adventure media NFL. And the last question we'd like to ask on this show to help promote voice as a whole is what is a current slash briefing or voicemail or experience that you are really enjoying right now while I'm be totally shameless and go given the status of the NFL and hopefully listeners. Out There I'm a huge Baltimore. Ravens dance dance. I've Been Baltimore Ravens. FLASH BRIEFING JUST ABOUT EVERY MORNING for the past couple of months. We've got a nice round here but I actually think it's a little bit addictive of what actually does work in this space. Where where it's about a passion point right? We're not expecting to for kind of generic discovery from a random. This is very content within that last briefing thing is designed for fans because those who are going to be pretty pretty deeply committed fans one a little bit more broad. Maybe it's been around for a little while but I think still is just such a great example of what I can do. Well as jumpers. I'm sure that's on the audience. Super familiar with autism has been very impressed by what the team did their to find a really relevant day are create good habit and then keep programming useful content against that and all L. aligning with encouraging a good behavior. It's awesome well. Thank you so much Patrick for being care and I look forward to seeing what you and the team at banner smart continued to create. Thanks so much. Thank you for listening to the inside voice podcast. We greatly appreciate you being part of our community and if you enjoyed this episode so you like the podcast we would love it if you would subscribe a follow like share. Leave a review of the show. If you have any questions comments feedback people. You WanNa see on the show things you WANNA learn. Feel free to send us an email at Carey at motive dot com that's K. E. R. I at M. O. D. DOT COM and and be sure to check us out online at Voice Summit Dot. 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"jamie morgan" Discussed on Busted Open
"WWe We Hall of Famer Mark Henry and I talk about the big return of Monday night raw to the Mecca professional wrestling Madison Square Garden. What does is it mean for the wwe? What does it mean for the fan that raw is back at MSG and we have the Talia that's going to join us to talk about some of her favorite favorite memories of the garden and also when it comes to how about this Bret Hart and Owen Hart their big match at Madison Square Garden Plus we talked to the nation about some of their memories and thoughts about the return to MSG and also we have a very special guests you've heard Bray Wyatt's entrance theme you've heard Alastair blacks interesting how `Bout Jamie Morgan of Code Orange the band that does both those teams he joins us about his memories of being a fan what it means to be part word of the wwe end nose to now connick entrance these all that right now on the bus dope podcast raw and smackdown.
"jamie morgan" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Parker Hannifin comes roaring back stock search higher through April all right but then it may president trump ratchet up the trade tensions again the stock came right back down in late April poker hand from one hundred ninety dollars stock okay with us but then may was one hundred dollars since then? We've gotten a detente with China although who knows how long adult last and the Federal Reserve has started making noises about the need to cut rates possibly very soon so the stocks rebound 167. This is what I would describe is a picture of the current Zeitgeist okay now. The last time Parker Hannifin reported in April coming deliver substantial earnings be even though it sales came in a bit White Wall Street was not thrilled. Especially says management refused racist for your forecast member. That's a debt you raise your near term you beat but they don't raise the rest. Will that just means the rest is going to be worse solid quarter. We got but at the same time we didn't have the federal back so the results are not well received which brings us to the latest round downgrades we can go get. This is amazing J._p.. Morgan took Parker Hannifin from an overweight to neutral Majett but want to get more cautious given its industrial production squeaking what they also aren't thrilled about the recently announced acquisition of Lord Corporation that's amaker but he's coating materials Chiro which the companies buying for three point seven billion dollars in cash okay. Jamie Morgan thinks they may have overpaid same-day deutchebanks published a negative call arguing the partner handful most likely to pull back in the near term because expect the guidance be disappointed when the cup reports a couple of weeks later that same day wells Fargo downgraded from outperform the Markham form again they expect to suboptimal forecast then last Friday Bank of America Merle Hits Parker Hannifin with another Danwei Biden added mutual saying quote limited room for either multiple expansion or upward earnings provision in twenty nine hundred twenty twenty. It's all about slower global growth and macroeconomic uncertainty then two days ago K. Bank downgrades from overweight wait to sector away. That's basically <hes> pie hole and then finally yesterday we should have been the Kudarat Goldman Sachs taking Parker Hannifin from neutral to sell again the thesis is that short cycle industrial activity is slowing. We look at that and they look. There's there's subsidiv region to be worried. I'm not I'm not deny that when you look at the A._S._X.. Disappoint from last night medals in equipment were down six percent Parker Hannifin is actually exactly the kind of machinery-maker the tends to get hit with the economy slows down also recovers more quickly recovered. The interesting thing is not that the animals are concerned. It's at the stock market. It's not blinking doesn't seem to care these spank you. In a series of rate cuts. We'll greet new life in Parker hand of his business. I wouldn't recommend here but I also wouldn't recommend going against it. Don't you think some of the negatives are in the stock bottom line. If you don't understand why this market remained so resilient in the face of not so hot Ernie's look no further than Parker Hannah than a great American company this enterprise keeps getting hit with legitimate downgrades but the stock refuses.
"jamie morgan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"City confirming a rough end to twenty eighteen banks America's likes his manager's survey showing global GDP and earnings growth expectations. Plummeting and China planning more tax cuts to stabilize a slowing economy, shoving further signs of weakness from New York live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, good morning. As you Tuesday price action following those J P Morgan numbers futures rolling go up belly positive on the session now by just a tenth of one percent in the bond market treasuries coming in bombs bid yields lower by about a basis points at two point six nine percent on a ten year on a two year. We're at two point five to two percent, and we come in a single basis point in the FX market. The euro a little bit softer euro dollar coming down ran about a third of one percent. Sterling pretty much unchanged ahead of that Brexit vote a little bit later widely expected to fail in parliament, the big question is by what margin our chief Brexit correspondent Tom Kane county, making his way from Westminster of cannon straight on the London underground John suck has lost again idea when he's going to arrive, but hopefully in a couple of minutes time, and when he gets there with number chats wounded, at Brexit is that a promotion chief Brexit, correspondent senior chief Brexit. Tom Kaine gonna catch up with him a little bit lighter as we county dancer that vote in parliament later today in the United Kingdom, I want to begin with each AP Morgan numbers. Joining CitiGroup confirming what many people expected a really tough end to two thousand eighteen with the big question. What is the follow through to twenty nine thousand should not dropping by the studio here in New York? Linda investment banking reporter to get us up to speed on the numbers. Let's just start with a tough tough quarter for the capital markets business. It was really tough especially given that JP Morgan is one of the biggest bond trading houses across the world. He didn't say much Jamie diamond say much in the press release yet about what the forward-looking guidances for this business. But he definitely was hurt by the fixed income business and equities was pretty much in line with analysts expected. It definitely wasn't enough to help trading revenues overall Q4.'s ancient history. Now, we expected it to be bad has happened is as it's coming worse than many people expected it to be similar story was city CitiGroup. Yesterday, CitiGroup traded lower on the numbers. Then as the earnings call started, and we started to look forward through to q want twenty nine thousand nine enthusiasm builds up what does nineteen look like. And could we see a similar story today, which AP Morgan we could see a similar story with J P Morgan. But at the first glance at least, the the lending figures are kind week, we're gonna wanna see what Jamie Dimon says about the strength of the economy moving forward at CitiGroup. There were saying trade wars and all this geopolitical turmoil might not hurt until the fourth quarter of this year or later in the year. So a couple of quarters of stability might be really good for these banks. So through the loan growth story at the moment. Because one thing that jumps out of analysts in the early part of the release was just the credit provisions more money set aside to cover potentially souring loans. What's the story? Your sanction Ali within the numbers right at the provision for credit losses. Higher is really a problem. Our colleagues on top live point out that it's mostly from the credit card business, which is good news that it's not all from the mortgage is especially because mortgages have been having a tough market both at Jp Morgan and. And at Citi group, so we're gonna wanna see color about the strength of the American consumer both in the mortgage markets, and then how much Jamie Morgan is extending loans in the small business just working our way through the rest of the Bank for the investment Bank. A thing. This emerging at the moment is eminent advisories doing okay, debt, underwriting. Terrible wish you'd expect given what happened leverage loans and fixed income in terms supply going into the year end just in terms of Israel good pipeline here. A good story to sell for twenty nine thousand nine I twenty nine team the pipeline. He's going to have to comment on it right now because the SEC is not even taking deals and so the first quarter of this year. There is a bit of a backlog. There's a lot of turmoil and people don't like to do deals on the stock market is moving all over the place. You don't know what you're paying? And so we're gonna wanna see what he has to say about that. And we're gonna wanna see equity and debt under writing figures turn around. They're both down at the end of the last year. Cinelli best rights have is with us this morning. The stock by run about one point nine two percents. Nali will be with us through the morning and the afternoon on Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg TV to break down. What's happening with some of these big numbers coming through from Wall Street Brown Levato on against Oppenheimer funds, senior investment strategist, he joins us on the phone here in New York, Brian. It's another big consensus over white. We saw the story plan twenty eighteen as well. How does it plan twenty nine hundred for you? So I think the big story in twenty nineteen is that we're actually having a slowing economy, but probably a more a better environment for rates and inflation. So I actually think the markets will have a good year in two thousand nineteen but it goes back to the point where investors are going to be favoring true growth companies over, you know, more of the cyclical names in the United States or names that are more value oriented. So it's a shift. I mean last year was all about better growth, but not great policy. This year is going to be about slower growth, we suspect better policy, but that takes us back to an environment. Where investors in our mind bid up the true growth companies sobriety. What does that mean for the nation's banks here in America as we get the earnings yesterday from Citi group in today from J P Morgan and both of them just in terms of numbers for q four which we had expectations come in for already disappointing. Yeah. I mean, I I would think that in a slowing growth environment and environment where the the yield curve remains relatively flat. That's not kit, basically an environment where the financial sector the nation's banks are among the leaders in the market. I don't I don't expect that we're going into an environment where you know, financials are a significant drag on the market, but I suspect market leadership will come from elsewhere Brian fascinating to me, the the market is already getting ahead of where the data's coming through. And what a main by that. If you just look at the recent survey from Bank of America that is fund manager survey showing GDP and earnings growth expectations. Totally plummeting. You see the numbers coming out of China? Absolutely terrible. But what I'm saying is a market adjusting for maybe a rebound later this year. I'm looking at the high yield story in Asia and China the junk bond story lot more people constructive on that that's market. There's bid Brian is that a little bit of a head fake is that the market. Going too far ahead of the day, sir. Or is that a story you'd get behind? Now. That's a story. I would get behind like I think that what's what's transpired is. You know, the US we had a lot of stimulus the US decoupled from the rest of the world that lead to a strengthening dollar money being sucked out of other parts of the world into the United States oil prices collapsing, and that all kind of fed on itself, and the fed compounded by suggesting they were going to raise interest rates multiple times. We're now seeing the flip side of that in which the US is slowing back to trend. Yeah. China China is weakening, but you're starting to see some stimulus comes through new credit growth looks favourable. So basically a stimulus the catalyst for the rest of the world is the US moving back towards a trend level of growth the rest of the world generally hanging in the dollar moderating. That's actually a better environment than what we had in twenty eighteen when there was really good growth in the United States, but Pol. That was pretty disruptive to the rest of the world. This seems to be a how Brian the stimulus coming through from China will be enough to stabilize the economy was very incremental to me in the seems to be a shift as well over what they want to stimulate the economy with moving away from infrastructure spending moving away from leaning monetary policy to heavily and leaning into things like tax cuts. Now have the incremental moves beat enough will they be enough to turn the story around. It's a great point. Because what you had in two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen was significant investment that led to significant Chinese growth that lifted up growth all around the world, and that was the catalyst. We're not getting that this time. So in essence what you're getting is efforts to to stabilize Chinese growth near a trend level. And so the catalyst for the rest of the world in these higher yielding markets that you're talking about is not gonna be massive Chinese stimulus. It's going to be what we call. Stimulus alight. So that happens that stabilization happens as the US slows towards trend. It doesn't look exactly like fifteen and sixteen but markets could play out similarly because similar to the nine twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen emerging markets have been beaten up an investor sentiment gotten really weak, the dollar is pretty strong. And you know, this this stimulus light at a China could be the catalyst to unlock some of that volume. Final question for a lot of investors out. There were waiting for the data to confirm the turnaround a us saying that by the time they've got that they're going to miss the big chunk of the upside. Yeah. I mean, that's how it goes. I like, I don't think that this cycle ends anytime soon. There's really not inflation anywhere in the world. I don't see significant excess anywhere in the world. So I suspect this is a cycle that goes on longer than people expect think concerns of twenty nineteen or twenty twenty recession or hyperbole. Investors should be. Investing. This is one of those big bull markets. Long-term secular bull markets that we get in our lives. I've been told you get three of them on. You're too young to old advantage of the one in the middle. And that's that's what I think investors need to be doing. Hey, Brian catch up on the funds senior investment strategist to run us through the market. San respond to the latest earnings in a financial sector. Brian Levitt there from Oppenheimer in the market J P Morgan numbers relative to expectations analysts expectations. Disappointing just a bit. We're down by one on a half percent futures pretty much unchanged from New York. This is Bloomberg..
"jamie morgan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Conversations from Bloomberg television. Here's David English. Let's bring back. Abraham Jamie Morgan asset management's, we're talking EMC EMC persists, the recovery might persist into next year. I mean, nothing like a good recession or a good trade spat to cheapen things up for for for longer term investors. I guess absolutely. I mean, if we look at valuations today Asia's now trading at one point five times book, and if you look at historically it's only at extreme extreme financial crisis time, whereas traded significantly lower trading very much of the low point. And if you look at historically when you trading at one point five times book, your probability of making double digit returns of the next twelve months, right? She very high. Now, I mean, all of you is obviously I think the two things out there that that needs to sit of shall we get let's see how that pans out. One is the US dollar of you right now that US dollar from a real exchange effective exchange rate basis is now very high. And we started to see some of that in fact in the last few weeks, we've seen a reversal of emerging market currencies and other Asian currencies. And I think we see the US dollar start to stabilize or soften. I think that's a very positive for for Asian equity markets. So simple reason is that your your your cost of servicing debt and all that starts to come down. And the other thing is is the whole trade issue. I think those two things I think that's what the Asian equity markets need more clarity on your more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television, streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings. Global.
"jamie morgan" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Biggest entrepreneur destination on the planet. This is Business Rockstars joining me. Now, he's got Eric. How sick he is the CEO and founder at pre Alto. Thanks for stopping by joining us from Portland. Yeah. Thanks. Yeah. Absolutely. So if you could just tell our viewers and listeners right away, what is prayer. Also, Prieto is a remote assisting company people call them virtual assistant companies serving entrepreneurs executive small businesses. With service. Basically curated from Portland, Oregon, an provide service provided from around the world in Central America and southeast Asia. And who is this four because obviously there's that point in your business worked in order to take it to the next level you need help. But obviously, you don't want to do that too soon. When maybe you don't have profit coming in yet. So how do you determine when is the right time to take on virtual assistance like these? Yeah. I mean, you have to have a real business, obviously, you have to have a business where. Starting to get into routines where you have play books. I call them play books or workflows that you can delegate. And if you have that it's pretty simple calculation. If your time is worth three four hundred dollars an hour, and you can take work that a twenty four dollars an hour person can do in delegates. That's what you should be doing. Yeah. I've heard a lot of people say basically, anything that only you can do certainly do it. But everything else anything that someone else could do delegate it. Because like you said time is money, and you to be focusing on what you're really really good at and delegate. Absolutely. So tell me about how you start this business. Yeah. So I love connecting people helping people I've worked a lot on cross-border in my lifestyle. So liked the challenges and opportunities of working cross culture was looking for a business idea. My wife was managing a back off this team from Silicon Valley. The team was in the Philippines, starting to see the capabilities of those people and. Hey, I can I can bring the abilities that she was building out inside a large NASDAQ listed company and provide those capabilities small business, so the virtual assistance that you work with are they mostly overseas. Yeah. So our assistance working are wholly managed service centers in southeast Asia in Manila and in Central America, Guatemala City. We're opening we're looking to open to more centers in the next twenty four months. And obviously there are some outsourcing sites where you can get virtual assistants, but tell me about the benefit of working with your business. And I'm sure that you have more of a vetting process to make sure that they're working with the right virtual tell me a little bit about that. Either the vetting process is a small percent of the overall value where I managed service. So anyone that's done outsourcing before knows that it's it can be really painful the challenges of articulating what you need done is painful enough. If you're advocating that to a junior person at the desk next to you and your office, let alone out of your office overseas. You don't wanna have to be so painfully specific and your instructions that you feel like you might as well, do it yourself. So they come to us. They're talking with people with deep business experience that sit in our Portland, Oregon. Office and late their needs in a very high level. We'll just get it will document it will train the person on their behalf. And then we do that on an ongoing basis as well. Interesting. So you're kind of the middleman, and as you said you act like a manager. We we absolutely are acting like the manager we are the manager on an ongoing basis. So we're talking with these people day in and day out most of the other companies in this space, kind of an out of home model marketplace where they really are just connecting to people. We believe who have believed from the beginning that in a hyper connected world, there's very little value and simply connecting to people you need to add a lot of value for both parties, both the person delivering the work and the person needing the work to be a real company. So take me back to when you started this business. I know that you were working in corporate America, basically until about two thousand nine right? I moved to Silicon Valley in a dentist couple, which with some more pans on entrepreneurs for a few years before I totally jumped in on my own. But yeah before that I'd worked to Jamie Morgan Coleman. Satchel CitiCorp securities. However, those experiences helped you as an entrepreneur. Well, I think those experience is. Honestly, I don't know how much they've helped me as an entrepreneur they've helped me in a particular business that jumped into because those were very structured polish customer service professional services environments, and that is what my company does were delivering professional service that we're talking with the sorts of people that come from those environments, so culturally it helped me in terms of starting company. The only way to start to get good at starting a company is to start companies. Yeah. Absolutely. Take me back to that time where you decided I'm gonna jump all in because I know you told me off camera that that's really important to you. And that you believe is very necessary to have two feet in if you're going to do anything. Right. So tell me about what that time was like for you. Well, it was exciting and scary at the same time. I mean, it's all those cliches right wants to cut the cord with your W, two income, you gotta make it and my company is the same age as my eight year old son. So it's pretty serious period. Yeah. So I put sickly harshly purpose put myself into a situation where I feel like I had very few choices than I kind of had to make it. That's always been threat way from me. Some people really thrive off that pressure. Now, I've heard another school of thought that sometimes it's nice to maintain your full time job, and sir building your new business on the side. So you don't have that pressure because I'm people don't do. Well under at bed kudos to you for for making it happen. Was there a specific time that you knew. Okay, now is the time to cut the cord and go all in. Well, it was kind of the point in my life where I always wanted to do this and my wife, my fiance at the time kind of said, hey, we're going to do it now. So just time we knew were gonna have kids eventually and and. Piled on like. Life. I heard somebody say something interesting the other day in a commencement speech. You know, you gotta make sure life is one big waiting list. So it was just it was Trumpian. I like that. So once you did jump in. What were some of the first steps you took to turn it from an idea to an actual reality and a business? Yeah. So I got some people together who wanted to work with me potential partners. We raised a very little amount of money. We had some runway we put together the basic technology platform and to tried to put together the semblance of the product and started selling it. So it sounds like you pretty much bootstrapped. It is that a fair fairly bootstrapped. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I started the company essentially got empress customers out of our townhouse in foster City, California, kind of the mid peninsula Senator Silicon Valley, and my wife was working for Electric Corporation than our our kids in daycare half the time and in the. The other half the time in my office. Oh, I love it any advice for bootstrapping in the beginning. Get out their cell as soon as you can don't sit there imagining what the customer is gonna want in creating the product and building the perfect thing because it's never going to be perfect. And it's going to be it's always gonna be off the Mark. It's only a question of how far off the Mark for the sooner you start talking with customers and getting their feedback better minimum viable products as they just get it out there get the feedback. Wouldn't you say sales, obviously, super important. How did you go about it? What was your sales techniques? Yeah. So I I kind of. Felt that this was going to appeal to people who like kinda minimum limited supply. If you will they like things that are just out of reach for them. So I definitely work to find some super connectors to use the product and talk about it. And I couldn't take a lot of customers in the beginning. Anyway. So. Just made it to feel tried to make it feel like something a little bit exclusive. Did you give the service away for free at all in the beginning? Just to get to build some customer in the very beginning idea by price stop that pretty quickly. Those people didn't come verge. So we're a little bit like a lot of other products. Like, Jim, for example, where it's kind of like somebody has to put something into it to get something out. And if people aren't spending money, they don't pay attention to it. So we found that we need a commitment from them to give them a good service. And so we started charging for a pretty quickly. Yeah. So it was finding those early adopters who could be your cheerleaders and as Roma have referrals Vanna big source of marketing free. It's still more than fifty percent of our growth. And I think it will always be at least half what the other percentage. Yeah. Inbound marketing, we have a lot of content on the web people are starting to find out. About us and contact us a lot of online marketing like advertisements, and that kind of thing. Yeah. We don't do. A lot of paid now. Marketing budget is is pretty lean on purpose. But if we produce a lot of valuable content people engage in it, and they reach out to us to find out more. So you yourself have built a strong team. We're gonna take a little break. And then talk about that. When we come back. Also, how you moved your business from the bay area to Portland and some of the benefits doing that. So so much more. When we come back. We are the biggest entrepreneur destination on the planet. This is Business Rockstars. As a small business owner, you make every dollar.
"jamie morgan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"He has been there for a long time. He's been at the base veteran of the interesting thing about all the top ranks of the banks. Many of the people who are there. Now are people who have been there for a long? Long time part of that is a good thing. Because you know, they've seen how the Bank works. They know how to unwind certain things, but they are people who have been there for very long time. There is some fresh blood their head of equities trading came from Goldman late last year. People are looking to him to help turn around that investment Bank, including the fixed income he's an equities that they want also turnaround fixed income business there. Mr. Draghi's finished his press conference, one of the final headlines that we see the projects significantly stronger core inflation, it was a wide ranging. Excuse me press conference, including important comments. Delicate comments on Turkish Nellie bicyc- with us with Bloomberg news finance talking about Deutsche Bank and also should only over to what you're doing with Morgan Stanley in. I don't want you to get in trouble here. But how is Deutsche Bank doing in New York City? I mean, I I see the press releases that you people do in the stories about body a most of the bodies move around. But what's the mood actually at the Bank? Well, the I guess the good thing is at this point in the year a lot of the cuts have happened. So a lot of the cuts that we've seen were in the last couple of months and things are starting to stay. It's not this constant spread of headlines of people leaving people are still leaving. But they're not the concert. They lost a lot of people that they wanted to keep which was, you know, something that we're going to have to see how that flows through in the end of the, you know, the next quarter which are going to see that report ended up October him Georgia. Ninety five thousand bodies versus about I think a Bank of American JP Morgan Twitter quarter of a million this skill employees. I I want to ask about a meeting or actually a party or. Favorite story. What is going on here with the hedge? Tom didn't get the. This was held at the New York palace hotel in midtown Manhattan. What when did this happen and what went on? So I believe it was it was Thursday night. I went I. Of course, my wasn't allowed in high sit outside, and what happened was they invited the top top hedge funds in Manhattan to be there. They didn't invite everybody was pretty small meeting. There were a ton of people. There are people were in and out, and it was very closed door. And basically what they were talking to the hedge funds about was the regulatory situation in the US and trying to reaffirm their commitment to the US. What this really was as deutchebanks trying to hang onto their most lucrative relationships in the US. These are all customers at the Bank. They invited them to a big party to kind of reassure them that they should still do business with the Bank. Yes. And then also on the bay famed also as a way to get to know all these new managers who they had not maybe worked with a ton before at Deutsche Bank in this capacity. You know succeed we will see right. I mean, again, the next set of earnings at the end of October are going to be really interesting to keep an eye out for something. Interesting that came out today is a new ranking from absolute return of the prime brokerage rankings credit Suisse's in fourth behind JP Morgan. Sorry. Goldman Jamie Morgan and Morgan Stanley and ahead of Deutsche Bank. You know, we talk about the history of Deutsche Bank and prime brokerage in in two thousand eleven they were the number one interesting. And so to see them kind of slipped down on the league table evening behind Credit Suisse and other European just just quickly give you twenty six a little detail here, which is about moving your customer base from one unit of your company to another unit is very important on that. Just just explain what happening. Sure. So basically they're saying that it'll be more efficient for their balance. She and they're asking their clients to not do business with the US broker dealer unit. And instead your business with a European entity. Some a lot of people said, okay, fine. You know, we have operations in Europe, we need a European prime broker, but a lot of there are a number of people that said we don't want to do this. And so to see them move. Operations is going to be a delicate balance and we reported yesterday that they're mulling split of their units. I love the prime. Brokerage flip where they've gone from one to four or five. Interesting should alley bossa. Thank you so much update. Their on Deutsche Bank in parties at the Pels. You weren't. I was I was so not invited. This is Bloomberg. This is a Bloomberg time is running out only three northern white rhinos left in the world..
"jamie morgan" Discussed on Risky Business
"And you know, it doesn't really surprise me the Tesla's doing this. I mean, Ilan Mosca put down the whiskey and the blunt for long enough to head Defcon actually this year, and he had a short chat with Casey and also had had a bit of a chat with Mark Dowd, which was interesting. So, yeah, he sort of popped into have a bit of a chain wag with people, and he seems to genuinely. Admire the community, which is good. Yeah, I ran into Dow just after eight in talking to Ilan. Apparently Illinois asked out also what if you hacked mistake? Well, everything's. Sinn Mel tecnique amongst other things. But yes, it's kind of good to see them taking its oversea because you know security of cause is important for them and yet not see him doing something that isn't a terrible headline this week. Also with with tesla, there were couple of researches at Belgian university who actually found a way to steal model s.'s bypassing the actual vehicle security controls. Yeah, this is some really cool research. They extended the. We've seen a bunch of Qasr hack in the past where there's a relay attack way you replay the challenge from the car to the Wallace key fob in the pocket, your plant back to the car across a pair of radios when the car one near the attacker and you use that to break into the kind this case. The research is actually went as far as implementing a rainbow table to recover the private key from the show shared between the fall in the car in having reply the challenge from. From the car to the fog got responses from the fog. Look it up in a six gig rainbow table or whatever. And at that point, you've essentially cloned the key and you can restart the car drive off case spice for that. Like if you can use a sixty Grindal Taiba against it. Well, sorry, six terabyte my my mistakes. By a little bit. They're the key systems are actually from the potty Vanda cool. Pick trim. And yeah, it's really not modern crypto. It's forty k space, which is why we've ended up with this kind of rubbish. Going on tesla for their there are apparently shipping and updated key system in new Tesla's and their role that a software lets you enter a pin on the dashboard of your car. So yeah, that's that's not ideal. The obvious onto here is that a system where you do actually have to press the button on the fall to have it, send the response, perhaps as a sensible, kind of middle ground for this kind of annoying. I mean, I've got a for the first time in my life that I just walk up to the k. in my pocket and open the door, and it's, it becomes something that you become very accustomed to you. But look, whether it's six gig, six terabytes. You shouldn't be able to use a rainbow attack against a modern crypto system. Clearly forty bits, not one. I will tell you one funny thing that happened though, is that had an unfortunate encounter with a telephone pole and wound up in the shop for a little bit. So driving my, my crappy old drive around and I have wound up walking to that car and just yanking on the handle without pulling the. And that's what I mean. It's one of those features that you just get very, very used to. Yeah, I think for the troubles, these research has got pied ten grand, which to me seems a little stingy for bug this good. But I believe them also that this system is used by the manufacturers year. The reports that the same system is in use by McLaren which might be more expensive steel and also some trauma triumph motorbikes used the same rubbish system from pictoral, the guy. Now we've seen a bit of action on the j. p. Morgan Chase hack. The United States has managed to extradite a Russian who was being held in Georgia to the US. Yeah, this is one entry Tieren was involved in the Dodd breach. Jamie Morgan trace back twenty fourteen. Of a Knicks eighty million customers worth just like us a names and Email addresses and stuff back then which is not as data breaches. Go not a huge amount of sensitive data, but they may actually use that for pump and dump scheme. And you know my fairly reasonable amount of money in that..
"jamie morgan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Why are. Investors non looking at the, risk more than the opportunities for -tunities is growth is higher still in emerging markets in a world. Where growth is slowing down And those. Were some of the views and? Mostly bearish views there from, our, guests, this morning, on emerging markets, let's bring in Mark Cudmore. Our Bloomberg mlive macro strategist he's with us over in Singapore and Mark we've heard the bad news you're leaning towards the more positive side of things this morning why Yeah absolutely when you start getting all. These panic mongers coming out. Of the woodwork on emerging markets is, the, first flag that you should be. Looking for opportunities over the last few days my what's is being bombarded by messages, from these macro tourists these normally. Macro hedge funds you normally trade and things like. US rates and developed market currencies don't, look at emerging markets there's big opportunities, and there's. Suddenly going hey is emerging market to blow up is there. A crisis and my answer to these things when you get these people these macro tour's committed the woodwork that means coming to, the end of the crisis it may not be finished just, yet but this is probably the last month, the pain I think September is a. Very exciting opportunity for long-term investors you can realize the specialist in emerging markets who understand the concept of differentiating between the countries because they're very different stories here and it's very important to realize. That unlike a decade ago emerging markets do work in. Different economic cycles and there is genuine differentiation, opportunities there so right now. Pretty much brush when you talk about imagine Marcus and you. You From the point that you have to differentiate these markets where are the. Opportunities then, what would you be buying now. Every hold along the temper speculative think that some of the best. Stories are probably in Asia, I, think. You know particular it's important to note first of all where the real problem area so Argentina and Turkey obvious problem areas Brazil is certainly a little bit of vulnerable fracture pressure. But even stories like South Africa might be done there's a. Couple of things need to look at when you're seeing where the vulnerable points are an emerging. Markets so it's the external. Balances that have got to realize generally, a, lot of these countries on the. Sovereign side there's their external bounces are much better than they were even a few, years ago during the taper tantrum. And much better than ten years ago or twenty. Years ago soccer and account deficits are, generally improved you take South Africa now, which is. One of those borderline ones is it in the vulnerable count. Is one that's oversold it has a current account deficit that's reasonably large but in fact it's ternal debt is not too large, the sovereign side so that means that sometimes you could see, some emerging corporates be vulnerable but overall the, sovereign is probably safe enough so that. Means you won't need to a. Full emerging market crisis that means in turn, that In. The currency weakens enough dot provides an economic benefit and that. Means is an opportunity for, the assets their longer term outside Asia, within Asia what's looking attractive, India with growth in, access of eight. Percent and that must be pretty encouraging absolutely an Indian, equities record highs the equity market continues to do. Very well there I think the currency still has a little bit more weakness part of the problem there in. The currencies at the market was very up so there was a lot of off-side positioning and I think he, probably need to clean up because now the bulls there are currently the weekends that moments there's maybe a little bit more weakness to come into currency but longer term. I think that provides a good opportunity. It provides a very attractive, real yield over eight percent growth as. You say the assets are quite attractively valued the currency. Is one of the most fundamentally cheap currency in, the world on, a valuation basis with over seventy percent undervalued against the. Dollar according to PB measures not to say that no risk elections coming. Out that's, potential markets will leave it there. For the moment Bloomberg live macrey started just not cut more in. Singapore with me now let's Well Cape to India let's get a sense. Of where the Maka stairwell open so is taking a look at. That, so Yeah with as Mark said macro tourists coming out of the. Woodwork that there's this picture of where they go from here. This caution and the future is not much happening adjusts yet this. Afternoon stocks fell for a fourth straight day through, Monday it consumer. Stocks and lenders leading declines on the sense sex yesterday so that rally continuing to stall despite GDP. Growth topping eight percents now. The rupee very much in focus after falling to a fresh record low on. Monday and NDF's they're pointing to further losses Abyan AMRO Bank saying the rupee is feeling the heat from the EM. Turmoil and Jamie Morgan says that the sustained weakness may personally RBI to further tighten monetary policy as. Early as next month this after the rupee lost three and a half percent in August and. Therefore, is Asia's worst, performer and so as j. p. Morgan's acid Chinoy opines the rupee is the joker in the. Pack That's right. Pain in focus for a lot of investors shares still ahead this.
"jamie morgan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All, time high, I'm Barton Necker Now this Bloomberg sports update Luke void connected in the ten bidding for his second home run of the. Game in Britain marked his return to. Camden Yards by working the bottom half to preserve the Yankees seven fine, victory over the Baltimore Orioles, the Yankees made to. Run deficits on the fourth and eighth innings before Neil, Walker homered off rookie Cody Carroll who took the loss in the ten bidding to give the Yankees their first lead Boeing added a two run shot. Capping his first career multi Homer, game CC Sabathia returned from the disabled list and pitched six innings allowing two runs on. Five hits with eight strikeouts Chad green pitched the ninth. To help the Yankees win for the twelfth time in seventeen games greenhouse seven and two Jay, Bruce at. A two run, Homer in his return from a long stint on the disabled list Jason Vargas toss six stellar ratings in the Mets. Beat Washington three nothing to handle the nationals their second consecutive shutout Wilmer. Flores had an early RBI single in the Mets gone spotless relief work. From Sut Lugo And Robert gazelle men to, finish the four hitter featuring a deceptive change of bargains now four foreign eight permitted just three hits and struck out a season high eight without issuing a walk we resurgent left-hander, who entered the game with an ERA. Over seven and a half together two straight wins and three solid starts and what has been a disappointing season Sam darnold lead the jets on two touchdown drives moving closer to. Securing the starting quarterback job at twenty two sixteen loss. To the giants, MetLife stadium but number three overall draft pick made a second consecutive start finishing. Eight of sixteen for eighty six yards including a. Twelve yard touchdown pass to tarot prior the giant starters playing just the first two quarters Eli, manning, seventeen to twenty, three for one hundred eighty eight yards giants tight end Evan Ingram suffered a concussion and was forced. To leave the game there is a two way telling you top, the leaderboard after two rounds. Of the Northern Trust Jamie Morgan Brooks KEPCO both turned under Tiger Woods John even. Par for the second straight day But made the cut, well the Bloomberg sports update I'm telling Rogers.
"jamie morgan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"It online trading academy shed some light on retirement accountability we're talking about how to protect those retirement accounts because let's face it if it's not if we have the next big correction in the market's always not just right now it's always a matter of when that is going to happen we wanna make sure that we avoid our 4._0._1._k.'s turning into a two oh one k. and that kind of spreads evenly out into our r._s._p.'s i._r._a.'s but it is a lot of capital preservation focused right now and then even how we can take some of these bearish strategies bearish strategy is is it's how we make money as the market goes down they call it bulls and bears because of bull lowers its horns to the ground and attacks in an upward direction they call it a bear because a bear raises it's part of the sky and attacks in a downward direction so bearish price actions price action going down bullish price actions price action going up well as individuals consumers we have a natural bullish bias and so we're always buying things where consumers were really good at by stuff and so that last segment was awesome because it's all about how to get those retirement even specifically able to make money as we're in a bearish market is the markets are going down well this segment here we wanted to start talking about what it looks like to be a traitor and as we are going into that last break and all that's what larry was leading us into it and whether you're just tuning in maybe your first time listener maybe you've been with us for the whole show don't worry this is one of my favorite topics this one is a lot of fun but larry a lot of our listeners are not quite sure that they have enough time right they're not quite sure they have enough time to invest let's face it there's only twenty four hours in a day and right now we're using all of them and also i mean hollywood whenever hollywood makes it video about trading or investing they always show somebody who suffers from severe hypertension they're taking their medication every twenty minutes sweating profusely it looks like they just jumped out of the shower and sat down in front of the computer soaking wet nineteen monitors right and in reality it's just not that complex it's a very simple process and that's one of the things i love about the half day class it's a very simple step by step kind of proactive process that anybody can Really go through to better manage their money but what are some of. The, things are what are some of the kind of insights you can give us to a day, in the life of a trader well first and foremost in, the best of times because with the technology, right now in the twenty first century we find our students, trading everywhere in the world in fact Jane just. Took a. Class at me she actually laughed and. She said I wanna be trading while, I'm golfing, and Costa Rica dreams it's affording people the time right now to be able, to? Sit down for the first time maybe in their lives. And say what. Is it that I really wanna do because. When we're young we say yeah I'll take this job, just to make an income next thing you know it's fifteen sixteen, years later that job that was supposed to be. Just an introductory transitional phase in their lives. Now. Are consuming their lives and like we said in the other segment people are thinking the only way they can get out, of? This by generating more income by finding additional. Jobs well lot of our, students they're learning to start taking vacations understanding they want to spend more. Time with their families and this is the key if you're somebody right now now that is at point in your life where you're looking to make a change a positive one one of the things you can do right now is by attending three hour class you can start to understand how so many of our students have that they could be trading anywhere in the world they could be doing it at times of the day that fit their schedule you keep mentioning it over and over again time is key that's the one asset in our life we can never get back and i always look at my life year over year i kind of sit down once a year and say have i made enough change that is heading in a direction i wanted to be versus feeling stuck and if there's somebody out there and you feel this way here's an opportunity and you've heard me use this acronym over and over again i say poor p. o. r. which is passing over opportunities repeatedly and i'll give you a quick story here and then i'll flip it back over to you you're familiar with bjorn who is one of our students sandiego haven't talked about him in a while we'll be on was a student that came in and he was very skeptical but nervous you know he's been in the market for a while now he really committed to this process and in fact not Only was he able to leave a job he wasn't that happy with but he was able. To support himself and now he's supplementing his wife's new business which is a real, estate business so this turned into an amazing story so again as I said earlier you don't have to come in. Day one and kill it you can come in and if you're kind of. Person that thinks an extra fifty dollars a, week or two. Hundred dollars a week or five hundred. Dollars a week could make. A difference in your lives then this is an opportunity. For you not to pass over to be able to, learn how these professionals really trade and you've given a great statistic Ryan you haven't shared that in. A while j. p. Morgan right Jamie Morgan Yep j. p., Morgan is one of well it's actually the largest broker dealer full service broker. Dealer out there and the interesting thing about them the Larry was, just kind of setting me up for on that which would appreciate the thing is is they. Have had nine losing days in the last five years nine losing days in the last five years. So one of the things about that is it's all about consistency rain it's all about. Doing what, the best people do rather than necessarily doing. What they say because unfortunately I doubt. You'll find a, single Client of j. p. Morgan's who is just investing in a mutual funds are, just investing into annuities that has had only nine losing days in the last, five years that's just not, what those strategies are designed to really design even to accomplish now they're out there buying low and they're out there. Selling high and it's not like it's. Not rocket, science right it's just, identifying wholesale prices and retail prices but when I say it's. Not rocket science I want also follow that up with rocket science is easy rocket science is easy.
"jamie morgan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The second half of this year as production of elon musk's critical model three gains traction according to a letter to shareholders the electric car maker says it's on track to make five thousand thousand of the sedan's weekend about two months aig reported profit in the first quarter decline from a year earlier and fell short of analysts estimates stocks laura with the s and p five hundred index down seven tenths of one percent down nineteen points the dow down one hundred seventy four down seven tenths of one percent nasdaq down thirty a drop of four tenths of one percent i'm charlie pellett that's a bloomberg business flash bloomberg best with june grasso continues you're listening to bloomberg best on bloomberg radio june grosso with the continued success of avengers infinity war i max posted firstquarter earnings well above analysts estimates as ceo rich guelph on continues efforts to cut costs and improve viewership in the us and abroad for more on the company's strategy bloomberg's vonnie quinn and mark barton's spoke with gail fonda new york we have to public companies in china and one which is the rest of the world if you back out the china value and a trades on the hong kong stock exchange the us companies trading at about five and a half times eba this year which is incredibly low historically we've been more on the eleven to thirteen times so you know we're we're working at the quarter was fantastic results were really strong we almost double what consensus expectations were we beat on the revenue line and i think we'll keep delivering in the world wake up jamie morgan for example and visit just to pick one analyst has an overweight rating and a price target of twenty eight talked about solid earnings this quarter and saying this is the buying opportunity security there is some analysts out there at least who thinks that this is undervalued as a stock so you know you're taking advantage of going to buy back some of your own chairs we are you know i've been in this job for over twenty years so there are periods of time where the market unfairly penalize you in their periods of time the market is way optimistic i think what's going on with the valuation was two thousand seventeen was a difficult year our business.
"jamie morgan" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"The market participants have been viewing the moves when we look at the decomposed nature of the tenure move over the past couple of weeks we see it's mostly a rise in break even inflation rates i would chalk that up to be a little bit of inflation risk premium coming back into the yield curve i think the three percent threshold is enough to get people's attention but by itself i don't think it's necessarily a bad sign when we see nominal growth upwards of five percent the ten year yield two ninety five and when you look at the turn here that's really been underway for the better part of the last two years this is a thirty five year trend change in bonds we think it's just begun at the end of the day you may have a market looking at this fed and saying well how much are they willing to let inflation above target this fed is not going to push back against higher rates of inflation maybe we need to have a little bit of a steeper term structure i think that's what will end up seeing let's bring in jonathan cabinet i get some more perspective on this story he's the executive director and head of fx strategy for em asia at jamie morgan chase thanks for your time on a kick off then with this relationship between stronger commodity prices and what we're seeing in us tenure yield that we've put together a fabulous china over the last few hours clients can easily pull this up gt go as the key function as commodities fall will yield's fall on that trajectory the link hasn't always been that straightforward this goes all the way back to the beginning of the year is the three percent level really that critical in terms of reshaping the wider investment landscape or is it more of a technical level well i think from abbas picked it would probably be more of a.
"jamie morgan" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"The decomposed nature of the ten year move over the past couple of weeks we see it's mostly arise and break even inflation rates i would chalk that up to be a little bit of inflation risk premium coming back into the yield curve i think the three percent threshold is enough to get people's attention but by itself i don't think it's necessarily a bad sign when we see nominal growth upwards of five percent the ten year yield at two ninety five seems from this priced and when you look at the turn here that's really been underway for the better part of the last two years this is a thirty five year trend change in bonds we think it's just begun at the end of the day you may have a market looking at this fed and say saying well how much of the willing to let inflation above target this fed is not going to push back against higher rates of inflation maybe we need to have a little bit of a steeper term structure i think that's what will end up seeing let's bring it in jonathan kevin i get some more perspective on this story he's the executive director and head of fx strategy for em asia at jamie morgan chase thanks for your time on a kickoff then with this relationship between stronger commodity prices and what we're seeing in us tenure yield that we put together a fabulous chart over the last few hours clients can easily pull this up tv go is the key function as commodities fall will yield's fall on that trajectory the link hasn't always been that straightforward this goes all the way back to the beginning of the year is the three percent level really that critical in terms of reshaping the wider investment landscape or is it more of a technical level i think it will probably be more of a technical level i think that it's it's it's it's very much as some of the previous paper suggesting definitely partly related to what's happening in commodity markets and i think where the dollar is probably getting some is if we get back to earlier in the heart commodity price move was arguably driven off the back of stronger global growth expectations this move.
"jamie morgan" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
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