21 Burst results for "Lanar"

Self-driving cars are still going to take a long time, people

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:06 min | 3 weeks ago

Self-driving cars are still going to take a long time, people

"A few years ago I visited a super promising company called Lanar which makes light our technology or light detection and ranging. It's the technology that helps autonomous cars. See the world around them now luminary is going public it plans to enable autonomous driving on highways, but only on highways by twenty, twenty two, it's kind of like what Tesla promises with autopilot accept less human intervention is required. Austin Russell is CEO and founder of Luminaires. He told me. Yeah. Getting self driving cars working in cities is really hard but autonomous highway driving is easier and cheaper. You'll actually be able to get on a highway with this enable autonomous mode. You know take your hands off is off read a buck, use your phone work on your Laptop Watch a movie, take a nap, and then a couple of minutes before the final exit of planned manual take over to drive to the final destination we're talking you know cost on the order of one. Thousand Dollars as opposed to one hundred, thousand dollars for these kinds of autonomous vehicles. That's something. They can actually put into a consumer vehicle something that you could buy this approach though has also been referred to as kind of mushy middle of automation. We've already sort of seen people over rely. Let's say on technology like autopilot not take control when they need to this feels like it almost even increases the opportunity for that like straight up go to sleep on the freeway and the expectation is I'll wake up in time to take my exit. I can kind of see where that could go wrong in a hurry. The main difference between a level two assisted driving system and an automated driving system like in this case, it has end end functionality within a given operational domain. That's really what is there you know ultimately, it's up to the OEM to determine the specific functionality and domain on the day specifically determined and fully tested and validated over these areas ukases to be safe in you know I. It doesn't necessarily mean that initially every car that you buy, we'll be able to convert a transformer into asleep pot. I understand the technical difference. That, you're describing between autonomy assisted, driving I suspect most consumers will not, and we actually know that most consumers use us to driving in a way that is frankly closer to. Drivers would behave if they were expecting full autonomy, you know. But. It feels like a distinction without a difference and. Then anything that goes wrong is really highly publicized. Does that ultimately hurt adoption you know does taking a stair step approach make the long-term adoption. Less likely because there's a lack of trust. The answer is as it relates to systems day right now absolutely I mean the the amount of folks that are calling assist driving systems autonomous right now I'd say it actually happens more often than not. You know in described inaccurately than accurately and. It will an has posed challenges for sure I, mean even for the you know for the various accidents that have happened today, all of these systems are because. They rely on a backup driver to be constantly paying attention because he would be getting an accident left and right. If there wasn't anyone paying attention, they don't pay attention for some finite amount of time. That happens to be that time when they didn't need to be and then it gets an accident and either leads to some kind of serious injury or fatality, which is extremely unfortunate. It gives the whole autonomous vehicle space of a bad name for those things. It's like, okay. Well, why didn't want to prevent it? Well, it wasn't designed to do that was not the purpose of what that technology is in this current state. So there needs to be a very clear distinct difference I. Mean. That's why when we're talking about the deployment of this kind of system. It really is an has to be before it's deployed otherwise, it just won't be deployed. Safer, than human level capability in the operating domain that is defined to be in, there has to be very clear lines very clear distinction. I don't think to be frank. There's a huge use case for us the the level to assist driving systems that are out there today I think it's to be frank a little bit gimmicky in the sense that. It kind of as you said, lows you into a false sense of security that you can. Kind of you know take your hands off relax. The reality is, is that just like when you're driving at any other point anything can happen at any moment you have to be ready to take over at an instantaneous notice you know on average it'll maybe only give you a a second heads up. Before, you actually need to take over. So I think that's where there needs to be a fundamental shift there needs to be very clear distinction and when you're operating in autonomous mode. With, our sending system software on the car that's where you know. On average would be safer than human level capability that that's the baseline level of what's needed to be able to see this through. On these vehicles. So in that respect domain. I feel like when we talked a couple of years ago you were the guy who's GonNa. Fix It all and I wonder like why not just kind of go all the way? Why not be the person who solves the urban autonomy problem why not release the full end end solution? The way that it is, this is the entry way into the long-term vision around you level for five rebel taxis. The main challenge though is there has to be a commercially viable application of the technology in the near term to be able to really ensure this industry get successfully realized from a data perspective if you WANNA be able to successfully deploy something outside of one specific city you're. Going to need a huge amount of high quality data including this three light our data everywhere around the world we'll have our own fleet out on the road giving data back to be able to better inform the system, and that's the kind of foundation. You can build a global scale urban Robo taxi system off of not just the near Trump Lauder Austin wrestles CEO and founder of luminaires her.

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Lennar Stock Jumps as Pivot to Low-Price Homes Pays Off and Boeing Stock Loses More Support Over the 737 MAX

MarketFoolery

06:15 min | 10 months ago

Lennar Stock Jumps as Pivot to Low-Price Homes Pays Off and Boeing Stock Loses More Support Over the 737 MAX

"Got two very different announcements from the same company. We have a group of economists to consider. But we're going to start today with housing Lanar the number two homebuilder in the US reported fourth-quarter results profit and revenue both came in higher-than-expected Lanar also bumped up their guidance for the number of homes. It expects to deliver in two thousand twenty. This is a really good way to end the fiscal year. It's a boomer of story. They we're supposed to turn they. They were supposed to report expected report about six point. Five billion in revenue and they came in at about seven billion which. That's a lot more. I mean for housing. That's a pretty predictable industry so for them to come in that much higher some of it has to do with the fact that you know interest rates have remained remained so low and people are the housing market has done really well but lenore made a great choice a couple years ago. And it's a really interesting study study in you know in in corporate governance where they kind of leaned into the trend of people renting instead of buying. You know what we're going to go back into low priced and we used to call starter homes. We're going to make that a core of our business and not too many other homebuilders. I did that. And it's paying off in a huge way so shares of Lenora up about three percent this morning. You you look at this strong quarter bumping up the guidance for for twenty twenty I felt like the stock should have been up a little bit more but it had a pretty good run over the past twelve months. It's had an okay run. I mean it's trading get a pe of less than ten even after the run-up and one thing that is definitely true about homebuilders is that sometimes low peas are or not necessarily a signpost that the that the stock is undervalued because because it's such a cyclical industry. And I don't know I. I don't know that people still trust that. Interest rates are going to remain. Low inflation is going to remain. Jack I think people are still a little oh bit shell shocked from what happened a decade ago in this industry. But it's a well run company. I'm and and we In other areas have you know have have looked at this trend of low cost housing and low priced housing stock as well we. We've recommended a company called legacy housing which is very similar. You know has a very similar strategy. So yeah it was a great quarter and the companies You know the company's running on all cylinders but it yet but you're right. The stock didn't seem mm to react in a way that you might expect Boeing shares down a bit this morning in the wake of the crash of Ukraine International Airlines flight. Seven fifty two minutes after taking off in Tehran. The seven thirty seven crash killing all one hundred seventy six people on board of the terrible tragedy the from the business standpoint of a new crisis. Well she's GonNa say you know. This is not a seven thirty seven Max. Because they're all grounded. This is an older model. The seven thirty thirty seven eight hundred but to your point this is yet another thing for For Boeing to respond to. Yeah so the grounding of the seven thirty-seven Max and how Boeing handled that entire situation As cost them about nine billion dollars in revenue so far they were selling about one point. Five a billion dollars in the 737 Max per month and it costs Dennis Muilenburg the former. CEO His job. The seven thirty seven eight hundred is a different beast. According to air safe which is an organization that tracks airline safety you know. So it's very well named organization seven thirty seven eight hundred among the world's safest planes So we don't know as we're recording this what has happened with the flight The Iranian government came out immediately and said that it was an engine. Malfunction The Ukrainian embassy in Tehran came out very quickly. Cleon said that it was not terrorism and then they pulled that report the Ukrainians The governments of France Germany and Netherlands or have have restricted their planes from flying in Iranian airspace as a result the crash. So we don't know it's it's it's it's you know obviously Veasley. My first thought goes out to those affected. Because you know anytime you see something like this. It's it's gut wrenching but there are you know there are implications for for you. Know for for Boeing as well and they're neat new. CEO's going to you know is going to have to address it. When you look at Boeing Stock Doc which is close to a two year low? I don't know there's I feel like they're still so many questions that it's not even something I wanna want to put on my watch list. Even though I completely understand that a reasonable outcome for this business and therefore for this stock is that twenty twenty years the year all of these issues get resolved The the Max's get back online order star bumping up and in the next five years. This is a stock. That's up fifty to seventy. I hope it doesn't sound too cra- crass to say that passenger deaths are apart of the business of making airliners. I mean that's just airplanes. Do something that is bending the laws of physics and occasionally physics wins But given what happened with seven thirty seven Max. They have billions of dollars in potential liability in suits from you know from from from passengers because it does seem like and I'm not making a legal judgment here that there's a case to be made that there was malfeasance or misfeasance or something of that nature. On the part of Boeing. Boeing is still the one half of a duopoly and in the long term. I think that had you know I. I think that the stock is probably a pretty good bargain where it is here but there are going to be plenty of of questions in the near

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"lanar" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"lanar" Discussed on KCBS All News

"This is a bloomberg market minute stocks meandered through the monday session the average is never moved far from the unchanged level analysts say investors were weighing the likelihood of lower interest rates against concerns about the global economic slowdown hugh johnson a few johnson advisors tells bloomberg radio the bull market is not run out of steam at least not yet it got a little bit left to go in this cycle but you know when you have the longest bull market in history and your to have the longest economic expansion in history a little common sense makes a whole lot of sense johnson says investors should build some defense into their portfolios economists surveyed by bloomberg thing to important economic indicators coming out today we'll point nop directions they expect to hear that sales of newly built homes picked up but they say the conference board's consumer confidence index may have declined lanar fedex and micron technology around the shortlist of companies that will post quarterly results today jeff bellinger bloomberg radio k._c._b._s. news time twelve twenty five boeings bad news is good news for airbus and now it's cashing in i'm geoff colvin of fortune magazine with the fortune business update two deadly crashes of boeing seven thirty-seven max model have caused airlines worldwide to ground the plane indefinitely and have shaken passengers confidence in the plane safety recently at the big biannual peres airshow boeing's only major competitor airbus announced the sale of fifty flames that are direct competitors of the seven thirty seven actually bowling's problems with the max were only part of the reason about half the planes in that big new order airbus were for a new narrow body plane that.

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"lanar" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"lanar" Discussed on This Week In Google

"It's just a question of whether y'all are informed enough to make a good choice. Yeah. You may love it. You the there is no other choice. And then they Jack up the price to the problem with monopoly is not that it doesn't provide great service. But that by virtue of having a monopoly, you eliminate the elasticity of demand pricing, step before the monopoly. And you may have been awfully what, what I hear. Stacey saying is that is that it's not a questionable monopoly? It's a question of you live in an ecosystem, where you have limited information, maybe ten competitors. You don't know about them by you have both limited information. And then they have built a wall of data basically around you that it becomes impossible to leave. It's kind of like what people are talking about, when they're talking about regulating, Facebook in, like they're talking about, like crap polls doing this to every, every company seems to be moving into this idea of silencing. You. And create a walled garden, that is, you know that works. Well, it'll be it'll be wonderful to be highly customized for you. There's there's benefits and drawbacks to that depending on how you feel about the world. But at the end of the day, it's a very dystopia and vision. And I don't. I don't think we want that. I would like to keep the keep the competitive the barrier to the. Yeah. It's my family argument people give against the smart city that Google's building in Toronto. It's not that a smart city won't have better commute better. Bus service better electricals, it's that it will all be owned by one company. You suddenly in the company town. Well, there it's also what is Google going to do with that data? And how are they going to charge for access to that data for both cities and people and privacy and blah, blah? I for one and building an ark to take me to Google. Foil, you might spy eighty air by by default. You may not have. There's also a short term pain point, which is anybody who is configured an elaborate smart home. You're lucky Stacey. You just took your part to reconfigure it. You're going to have to start all over again. All your scripts, all your automated, routines, and everything. But the good news is that they're pulling off the band date. This you probably you once you move into the nice warm embrace of the Google bath, you won't have to ever leave it. Follow the late show. It's the same exact same premise. Apple offers Amazon offers in Google offers. Yeah. And I would say there's going to be a lot of people who this news is going to surprise. They don't they know they have next year. They may have done smart home integrations, or maybe like their kids did it, or they're a friend of theirs came over and did it, they're going to get an Email sometime in June. That's going to be like. Now your Google account. They're going to be like, what, why what's happening? So I think there's actually going to be a lot of confusion. It is not the kind of confusion where a geeky nerdy, people are like I need a more open. You go system. They're going to be like, what the hell is happening. Yeah. If you hired somebody to come in and, and wire, your house houses, set it all up, you're gonna have to again. There are plenty of like Lanar uses L. No Lanar uses Honeywell, there are companies that have put in like smart as the Amazon home, there, the Amazon home. They are the Amazon home. There is a Google home, but I can't remember KB home is using Google. By the way, the reason Lenore, a big developer, and k b home, a big developer does this is because it's a desirable thing consumers, go..

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"lanar" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"lanar" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"This price. I think there's more upside I would not be inclined to be a solid today. Interesting. The s about the broader market, you know, obviously, there's doubt theorist, right? And we look at the I y t that's the tracks. The Dow transportation heats off, and it's really has been an underperformer, obviously, the airlines have lagged there's been some the rails have done pretty well. We know that FedEx UPS of not you know, there's been a lot of rotation of late. The IT just rallied from I think about one eighty to one ninety in a straight line over the last one we can have interestingly enough closed down today. We have a one year chart it also actually broke above a downtrend that's been in place from the highs earlier in the year. This would be something that if it was able to kinda get through you're able to see. Some of the other names act pretty well. You may have some room to the upside that being said if it were to fail right here, the be pretty nasty failure, especially on some fundamental news. I just mentioned that obviously delta opened up and got better throughout the day. And I think that's actually very good United didn't trade. So well American didn't trade so well, south west didn't trade so well, and it brings me back to last week. Remember when we had good news at some of the home builder's Lanar gapped up to multi-month highs that sort of thing gave it all back a couple of days. Delta didn't give me any sense for that today. But that would be something that keep an eye on over. The course of the week that happened today as well is WTI Brenton or twenty nine thousand nine highs. And so you got to wonder what point if there is a point which fuel costs actually hurt the airlines at this. You know at two bucks on WTI. They gave some insight into that. And they basically, you know, it looks like it's effectively neutral and some of it's offset even by some FX. So I think if you look at the transports, Dench, good point. I mean, you know, you've had certain parts of of the tea or certain parts of the sector that had done. Very well, the airlines frankly of lagged and then. Connects the last two times they've given us updates not so good. And I think that's really holding. The stock is above where it was fed ex when they announced that that that miss the last the Is last. supposed to to MRs ago is, you know, one eighty one or so, and then they announced that miss it went down to one seventy five. So it's well above that now. So I I still think FedEx is great here..

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"lanar" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"lanar" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"I think you just stay on the sidelines at the very least cutting up if the end of an era the CBO well, kind of an ear short era CBS pulling the plug on bitcoin futures trading. If you remember the launch of this training tool that Mark Robin, bitcoin, so what? Now, we will discuss we are live the NASDAQ in times much more fast right after this. Welcome back to fast money, the CBO announcing it will no longer list. Bitcoin futures once its current contracts expire in June the exchange battling for trading activity with Dr the CME the CBO. He was the first exchange to introduce bitcoin futures back in December twenty seven seventeen and well, by the way, the looks of this chart may have marked the top all of this comes as bitcoin breaks above four thousand. So we thought we'd bring the bitcoin bug back for the part of the show. Yeah. The baller. So that marked the top is the end of the futures market some sort of a bottom, you know, what I think I think we could look back on this and say, you know, what was the bottom. There's a couple of things that have gone on since the low in December. You've seen the underlying fundamentals improve it a low in December bitcoin was the cheapest. It's been since the bear market ended in twenty sixteen. We're starting to see address growth you're starting to see sentiment like this. This tells me that retail traders are out of the picture because these CBO futures were one contract so about thirty nine hundred dollars versus. Emme were five so that's twenty thousand. So I think retail is exhausted. You're starting to see sellers being exhausted. And institutions come in Fidelity's a catalyst coming up and queue too. I think all those things combined. We might look back and say, you know, what? In the three thousand was great place to buy bitcoin. Now is that win this product launched in December that this would be a way for institutions to come in as well. Yes. And came today know, it's choosen for a lot slower than we all expect. Right. But the other part of it has been there are other avenues that have come along for institutions custody has got much better. So institutions can actually buy physical bitcoin both the lending side. And and the other side shorting side of bitcoin has gotten more robusta this less of a need for these futures contracts at this point. So what about cannabis as an alternate investment too? When you look at his charts. I know everyone says that they don't they don't take one from the other. But whenever I look at the charts. Yes, it used to be gold and bitcoin. And now when you look at the cannabis trade the money that's flowing in there on a lot of these. Could have been flown into bitcoin as well up next. Final traits. Final trade time. Tim gogo was gaming or just the valuation. That makes a lot of sense here on long, Google peekers. It's the fed tomorrow says they're going to let inflation run a little bit hotter. I think by the banks exile, let faith Lanar I think it was being sold today as a hedge against Powell tomorrow Lanar look for green key lot at the tonight show. Do things the way it's great to have. You back joke did a nice job less. Not just bringing that up because we have a minutes taxi, failing miserably or break up to the upside. I bet on the ladder feedback. Mark five. More fast money starts right now. Brought to you by.

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"lanar" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"lanar" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Read amount. Male Julio Lanar s writes in and says with the announcement of Microsoft expanding XBox live cross platform in the possibility of project x cloud being part of that. Do you think that XBox games? Could then come to the switch in in whole or by stream? Also, what do you believe Sony's reaction will be to jump in the switch bandwagon or not? Joy Maloney, also writes in and says the rumor XBox services coming in intendo and other devices. Do you think Nintendo launch the switch with the barebones online infrastructure and no achievement trophy system because this has been in the works for a while. Let's start there. No. We'll talk Nintendo. Go Nintendo dot is. That is not an excuse always just affect onto the beat of their own drum. I don't think they really like mind too much about no Cheesman trophy system. The online infrastructure. They might try to update because I feel like early days of three D sore and all that stuff like slowly like not huge premiums. But they did like fine tuning here and there and then with the XBox live thing like I'm still trying to wrap my head around like what that's going to look like. Yeah. So I still need time to really like think like what how does that house? I I can understand like mobile stuff at how does that work for something which you know, poor. Kelly is going to be the answer at least at least in the beginning. In terms of what it is it just being a after you can look at for your like services and stuff on experts. It's not playing games is that it's just your stats. Just like all right. Here's like opening up an out website on right? Like right now, you can get XBox website. I don't know what it is. And look at your school or. Yeah. But it's like blogging, PlayStation and long term goal. So there's a lot of interesting stuff taking step back to join Maloney's thing..

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Rethinking the Home, Airbnb Becomes a Builder

Business Wars Daily

03:50 min | 2 years ago

Rethinking the Home, Airbnb Becomes a Builder

"Business wars daily is brought to you by the podcast the growth show each week. They explore inspiring stories that get to the heart of how people grow a business an idea or a movement. Stay tuned at the end of this episode here a little more about this fascinating new show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Wednesday, December twelve Airbnb wants to build you a house. Yes, you heard me, right. The company that popularized home sharing all over the world. Now wants to design and build homes for sale. The idea comes from an Airbnb think tank called Sam, Sarah, which CEO Joe Gebbie created two years ago. Once the company was worth billions and had loads of data on how we choose using share housing Gebbie thought it was time to dream up disruption. So he puts them Airbnb dreamers to work and a new division called backyard was born but backyard is no traditional housing developer, like, DR, Horton or Lanar homes. It's an incubator experimenting with ways to build housing. That's designed for sharing from the start Gebbie positions backyard as a laboratory attempting to solve social environmental and even cultural problems of not enough housing for growth. Population outmoded architecture not intended for sharing and environmentally wasteful construction. Ironically, it's worth noting that critics accuse Airbnb of fueling housing shortages and driving up rental prices in major cities. It's not clear yet. Whether backyard homes will be cottages single family houses apartment buildings or all of the above. But one thing is clear. They'll incorporates smart home technology right from the start, and they might include flexible construction with movable, walls and other futuristic notions. It's all part of the company's plan not to become just another developer. But to as Gebbie says, rethink the home. It's also when effort to rethink Airbnb and give it some physical assets, not just virtual ones to take it into the future. From one degree. This is business. Worse daily wherever you're hanging your hat. These days share business worse daily with your friends and roommates widget, send him an Email or give them a call and tell it to subscribe, and thanks, I'm David Brown. See tomorrow. You know, it's never been easier to start a business, but it's never been harder to grow that business. I want to tell you about a great new podcast, call the growth show, which is created by hub spot. They make free and paid tools that help you grow your business each week on the growth show. They explored the inspiring stories behind how people grow a business an idea or a movement. You'll learn about the challenges entrepreneurs face in starting a company and you'll hear about some of the most interesting topics in business like social media marketing, the future of bots and the rise of subscription services. They also have some amazing guests on their show like Allie Weiss of glossier and Joe dessino creator of Spartan race, the growth show is chock full of great stories. Amazing guests and helpful advice. Subscribe to the growth show today on tunein Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you listen.

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"lanar" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"lanar" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"You know, they're they're not wanting to just jump on anything. Now, they're actually shopping around. They're not feeling the urgency as they were before and there being little bit more careful. In fact, for many homebuyers, a higher interest rate will mean a major shift in their purchasing strategy. There is evidence of that already says Megan mcgraff, she's managing director at M KM partners. And she told Bloomberg news fifty percent of our brokers said they're starting to see customers change their behavior in response to read and what they're doing is looking at smaller size homes are looking in different geographies. Of course. The worry among many in the industry is that a rate that is now the highest it's been seven years might make some people dropped their plans to buy home altogether. Matt Graham, the chief of operations with mortgage news daily told CNBC this is really what the market should expect. There's always going to be a few buyers a certain percentage of buyers that are on the edge of being able to qualify, and when rates go up as much as they have the neck and actually push them out of being able to qualify for a home. Indeed, the industry has not exactly been blindsided by the rise in rights Lanar CEO. Stuart Miller tells C N C that the signs were there for anyone to see we've been preparing in fact for some time anticipating interest rates going up. We've been figuring that the prices that will be able to charge for homes and the amount that will be able to pass on those costs would moderate. That's why we've been so focused on innovating within our business. Getting our cost structure down moderating s GNA moderating production costs and really focusing on the land component. Higher interest rates. Don't just affect builders buyers and sellers with the right now around five percent refinance activity has all but dried up homeowners don't refinance. When the going rate is higher than the one. They already have as a result. There have been widespread layoffs in the mortgage business and Wall Street investors have taken notice Lanar stock is down thirty three percent year today. CEO Stuart Millar says some key facts are being overlooked number one. We're well situated with size and scale and local markets. But number two don't forget the production deficit that has defined the housing market. We've been underproducing normalized levels of housing for the past ten years. That means a lot of pent up demand. That's gonna come to market, even while prices are going up and interest rates are finding their way to normally. Now, if he sounds optimistic it's because he is Miller is among those who does not believe that having a five and the interest rate is the end of the world New York realtor Ryan tells FOX business. That rates really aren't very high. Everyone's saying how high they are there at five percent, which is still historically low. But that's really only fifteen dollars an extra one hundred thousand dollar loan on a thirty year fixed. David Zalman, the CEO of prosperity Bank, the members that it wasn't all that long ago that he got a ten percent mortgage on a house five percent doesn't worry him at all. As he told CNBC five percent. Six percent is not gonna kill the housing market. It's really ridiculous that thank that rice. Where today are just too hot or not this is this is just enormous of rights bottom line Tucson area realtor and mortgage broker rob Sykes tells cagey u n TV rates are right back where they were in two thousand nine and ten so right now even at a five five and a half six. Excellent. Do it do it. Do it all day long on Capitol Hill. I'm Bill Thompson for real estate today..

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"lanar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"lanar" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You know, they're they're not wanting to just jump on anything. Now, they're actually shopping around. They're not feeling the urgency as they were before. And they're being little bit more careful. In fact, for many homebuyers, a higher interest rate will mean a major shift in their purchasing strategy. There is evidence of that already says Meghan mcgraff. She's managing director at M, K and partners. And she told Bloomberg news. Percent of our brokers said they're starting to see customers change their behavior in response to read and what they're doing is looking at smaller size homes are looking in different geographies. Of course, the worry among many in the industry is that a rate that is now the highest it's been in seven years might make some people dropped their plans to buy home altogether. Matt Graham, the chief of operations with mortgage news daily told CNBC this is really what the market should expect. There's always going to be a few buyers a certain percentage of buyers that are on the edge of being able to qualify when rates go up as much as they have the neck and actually push them out of being able to qualify for a home. Indeed, the industry has not exactly been blindsided by the rise in rights Lanar CEO, Stuart Miller till CNBC that the signs were there for anyone to see we've been preparing in fact for some time anticipating interest rates going up. We've been figuring that the prices that will be able to charge for homes and the amount that will be able to pass on those costs would moderate. That's why we've been so. So focused on innovating within our business. Getting our costruction down moderating s GNA moderating production costs and really focusing on the land component and higher interest rates. Don't just affect builders buyers and sellers with the right now around five percent refinance activity has all but dried up homeowners don't refinance. When the going rate is higher than the one. They already have as a result. There have been widespread layoffs in the mortgage business and Wall Street investors have taken notice Lanar stock is down thirty three percent here today. CEO Stuart Millar says some key facts are being overlooked number one. We're well situated with size and scale and local markets. But number two don't forget the production deficit that has defined the housing market. We've been underproducing normalized levels of housing for the past ten years. That means a lot of pent up demand. That's gonna come to market. Even while prices are going up and interest rates are finding their way to normally. Now, he sounds up to Mr.. Tickets because he is Miller is among those who does not believe that having a five in the interest rate is the end of the world New York realtor Ryan tells FOX business that rates really aren't very high. Everyone's saying how high they are there at five percent, which is still historically low. But that's really only fifteen dollars. Extra on one hundred thousand dollar loan on a thirty year fixed David Zalm and the CEO of prosperity Bank remembers that it wasn't all that long ago that he got a ten percent mortgage on a house five percent doesn't worry him at all. As he told CNBC five percent. Six percent is not gonna kill the housing market. It's really ridiculous to thank that writes where they're at today are just too hot or not this. This is just a normalization of rights bottom line Tucson area realtor and mortgage broker rob Sykes tells cagey u n TV rates are right back where they were in two thousand nine and ten so right now, even at a five five and a half sticks. Do it do it. Do it all day long on Capitol Hill. I'm Bill Thompson for real estate today..

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"lanar" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"lanar" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"You know, they're they're not wanting to just jump on anything. Now, they're actually shopping around. They're not feeling the urgency as they were before. And they're being little bit more careful. In fact, for many homebuyers, a higher interest rate will mean a major shift in their purchasing strategy. There is evidence of that already says Megan mcgraff, she's managing director at M K KM partners. And she told Bloomberg news fifty percent of our brokers said they're starting to see customers change their behavior in response to rate, and what they're doing is looking at smaller side homes are looking in different geographies. Of course. The worry among many in the industry is that a rate that is now the highest it's been in seven years might make some people dropped their plans to buy home altogether. Matt Graham, the chief of operations with mortgage news daily toll CNBC, this is really what the market should expect. There's always going to be a few buyers a certain percentage of buyers that are on the edge of being able to qualify, and when rates go up as much as they have the neck and actually push them out of being able to qualify for a home. Indeed, the industry has not exactly been blindsided by the rise in rates Lanar CEO. Stuart Miller tells C NBC that the signs were there for anyone to see we've been preparing in fact for some time anticipating interest rates going up. We've been figuring that the prices that will be able to charge for homes and the amount that we'll be able to pass on those costs would moderate. That's why we've been so focused on innovating within our business. Getting our cost structure down moderating s GNA moderating production costs and really focusing on the land component. Higher interest rates. Don't just affect builders buyers and sellers with the right now around five percent refinance activity has all but dried up homeowners don't refinance. When the going rate is higher than the one. They already have as a result. There have been widespread layoffs in the mortgage business and Wall Street investors have taken notice Lanar stock is down thirty three percent year to date. CEO? Stuart Millar says some key facts are being overlooked number one, we're well-situated with size and scale and local markets. But number two don't forget the production deficit that has defined the housing market. We've been underproducing normalized levels of housing for the past ten years. That means a lot of pent up demand. That's gonna come to market. Even while prices are going up and interest rates are finding their way to normally. Now. He sounds optimistic. It's because he is Miller is among those who does not believe that having a five and the interest rate is the end of the world New York realtor Ryan tells FOX business. That rates really aren't very high. Everyone's saying how high they are there at five percent, which is still historically low. But that's really only fifteen dollars extra on one hundred thousand dollar loan on a thirty year fixed David Zalm and the CEO of prosperity Bank remembers that it wasn't all that long ago that he got a ten percent mortgage on a house five percent doesn't worry him at all. As he told CNBC five percent. Six percent is not gonna kill the housing market. It's really ridiculous that thank that rights where they're at today are just too hot or not this is this is just enormous version of rights bottom line Tucson area realtor and mortgage broker rob Sykes tells cagey u n TV rates are right back where they were in two thousand nine and ten so right now even at a five five and a half six. Excellent. Do it do it. Do it all day long on Capitol Hill. I'm Bill Thompson for real estate today..

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"lanar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"lanar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You know, they're they're not wanting to just jump on anything. Now, they're actually shopping around. They're not feeling the urgency as they were before they're being more careful. In fact, for many homebuyers, a higher interest rate will mean a major shift in their purchasing strategy. There is evidence of that already says Megan mcgraff, she's managing director at M KM partners. And she told Bloomberg news fifty percent of our brokers said they're starting to see customers change their behavior in response to read and what they're doing is looking at smaller size homes are looking in different geographies. Of course, the worry among many in the industry is that a rate that is now the highest it's been in seven years might make some people dropped their plans to buy altogether. Not Graham, the chief of operations with mortgage news daily told CNBC this is really what the market should expect. There's always going to be a few buyers a certain percentage of buyers that are on the edge of being able to qualify when rates go up as much as they have the neck and actually push them out of being able to qualify for a home. Indeed, the industry has not exactly been blindsided by the rise in rates Lanar CEO. Stuart Miller tells C NBC that the signs were there for anyone to see we've been preparing in fact for some time anticipating interest rates going up. We've been figuring that the prices that will be able to chart for homes and the amount that will be able to pass on those costs would moderate. That's why we've been so focused on innovating within our business. Getting our cost structure down moderating GNA moderating production costs and really focusing on the land component. And higher interest rates. Don't just affect builders buyers and sellers with the right now around five percent refinance activity has all but dried up homeowners don't refinance. When the going rate is higher than the one. They already have as a result. There have been widespread layoffs in the mortgage business and Wall Street. Investors have taken notice Lanar stock is down thirty three percent here today. Eight CEO Stuart Millar says some key facts are being overlooked number one. We're well situated with size and scale and local markets. But number two don't forget the production deficit that has defined the housing market. We've been underproducing normalized levels of housing for the past ten years. That means a lot of pent up demand. That's gonna come to market. Even while prices are going up and interest rates are finding their way to normally. Now, if he sounds optimistic it's because he is Miller is among those who does not believe that having a five in the interest rate is the end of the world New York realtor Ryan, sir. Hat tells FOX business. That rates really aren't very high. Everyone's saying how high they are there at five percent, which is still historically low. But that's really only fifteen dollars extra on one hundred thousand dollar loan on a thirty year fixed Dehmazang on the CEO of prosperity Bank remembers that it wasn't all that long ago that he got a ten percent mortgage on a house five percent doesn't worry him at all. As he told CNBC five percent. Six percent is not gonna kill the housing market. It's really ridiculous that thank that writes where they're at today are just too hot or not this. This is just a normalization of rights bottom line Tucson area realtor and mortgage broker rob Sykes tells cagey u n TV rates are right back where they were in two thousand nine and ten so right now, even at a five and a half six. Excellent. Do it do it. Do it all day long on Capitol Hill. I'm Bill Thompson for real estate today..

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"lanar" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"lanar" Discussed on KDOW

"Six four. Now. Here's bill. Welcome back to Phil's gang. Okay. US stocks worst two day drop since may the small-cap stocks. Nasdaq stocks the biggest weekly drop in seven months. Take the small caps themselves. Biggest five five week drop since November two thousand sixteen semiconductors. The biggest weekly drop in six months. The big Bank stocks biggest weekly drop in seven months. Homebuilders? Are you kidding me? They had the worst losing streak. They've they've dropped for thirteen weeks in a row the stocks, but we've been short these stocks. See here's the thing. I don't care about all the gibberish Jabber goes on let them by about the fundamentals. Remember, the stock market goes up seventy percent of the time. And then it collapsed, but they never get you get you out in time because you get the they keep cheerleading an cheerleading cheerleading you never get out in time. I don't care about their cheerleader. We watched the money. Now, the home builder's give me an example. Homebuilders toll brothers. We said let's short toll brothers. Okay. In toll brothers from the day. It turned red. And it's still red today. We took our profits on Friday eleven percent gain because we shorted it. Now, if you're with me, you didn't have to note that means. And my chart just a little button. Okay. You hit it. And that means the stocks are going down here making money. That's simple when it's red. You just hit the button, you're making money. All you need to know. You got to know how to make money when these stock start blowing up and going the other way because you always get back your profits. Everybody does. That's why so many people have to two thousand eight got out of the stock market and never returned to. When it's the best place in the world to make money, especially on the upside because they do everything manufacturer engineer, they do everything to push the market up and you're out of the market, which makes no sense. But then you catch on the way down. So that was one toll brothers Lanar. Everybody was bilan are not us. What did we see? We started to see the NAR the money coming out the institutions pull the money out, the big hedge funds the big banks pulling their money out. It turned red. We started a short. So. And we're still not done with it Lanar. We took our profits on Friday up ten percent. The sl another beautiful stock via Cy Cy. So my gang members caught it was at it turned green and around seven dollars and twenty one cents. It went up to about thirteen dollars. Then they took that profit. And then when it turned red it drops about twenty nine percent. Twenty nine percent returned read. So they caught on the way out in a way down. I know it seems so simple green on away up read on the way down. But we take care of it for you. We make sure you don't have to think about you. Do a thing. Yes. We do videos. We upgraded videos three times during the day there about a minute and a half. If you don't have time to even look at the video, don't worry about it. When we alert you and say okay by the sl ourselves short toll brothers. That's all you gotta do. You execute your order. Anybody can do that. And then we put what we call a shop in make sure that you've got a shopping that you never can lose more than two to three percent on a downside. Never you always put a stop in. And we don't start out with five hundred shares or thousands years we start out with a scout would just to share. So do you make money with to share? Now, you're not putting two shares and to make money you start out with the two shares. Then you get comfortable with it. Then we watch the momentum. We watch the institutions are they putting more money in the stock or are they putting money in you got to feel it out. So you gotta stop in. You gotta scout the risk to reward on your side. Should try it. Eight seven seven six hundred gang. That's eight seven seven six hundred. If you're if you're doing well, all I ask you to please. Donate to Saint Jude partner in hope nineteen bucks a month. But I am China. I will change her financial life or your own. Okay. You'll never make any money here. Here's what's interesting. Listen to what this guy says, he's not lying. Listen to this. The last couple of quarters you saw an actual contraction and consumers buying goods. This is booming economy. You're seeing last couple quarters. You've seen a contraction and investment in residential real estate Tabatha healthy growth in the consumer needs to have some positive and strong growth. Initially quantity is early quantity. And look at it. It's just not happen. Is raising rates because it's trying to extricate itself from the all the moves it made the whole the banking system together after it came to the brink of crash in. Here's what he said. Here's really saying what I've been seeing you all on when they started in two thousand eight print money and injecting into the stock market keeping interest rates low zero keep giving my to the head the big banks insurance companies coming in by stocks, and they kept that interest rates near zero for five years two thousand eight to two thousand fifteen they're making a fortune. Now, also what they did they printed eighty five billion dollars a month. To make sure they pulled the ten year treasury you which is the interest rate that they charge on our interest. For example, our interest right now on the national debt is is over three percent. Three percent. We have to pay that interest. We're going to have to pay this year more than five hundred billion in interest up from up from seven hundred seventy two billion last year every quarter point interest. China ten year treasury yield goes up a quarter point that's about another twenty five billion. We have to pay and the problem is we have no money left after we pay our interest on our twenty trillion dollars national debt, we have no money left. We have no money for our knee. We have no money for research and development. We have no money for investment because we're broke. So all they've been doing since two thousand eight it's just plowing money into the stock market. And then a two thousand fifteen when that stop and when they stopped printing money to keep on a buying bonds. They kept buying an interest rate from three point seven percent down to one point one percent. So the stock market went crash. That's all they can do it as printing the printing and the dollars in your wallet. You're purchasing power. Kept going down down down down. Remember every time they print money. The purchasing power goes down they print money. Remember to go by the ten year treasury the government does about is to turn your trade deal to pull that interest rate down. So the government's not paying three point seven percents three point eight percent their pay one and a half percent. Two percent. And the national debt it's all fake. So what happens is you're buying power is going down and down in down. And when they say, oh, your wages are increasing. Wait a minute. They say your wages are crushing two point eight percent. A year way inflation alone wife sat out and then because they're printing so much money to get to the hedge funds and insurance companies big banks money for zero percent interest. They're printing so much money that your value the dollar in your wallet keeps going down. So so you're purchasing power of those now. So when people go out and purchase their dollars almost worthless. And that's why they're spending more money than they have. So now, what are they doing now to raising interest rates because they're scared to death. They gotta make sure that ten year treasury yield gets up there. They gotta make sure that ten year treasury yield is higher than the two year because we're in a two year becomes higher than a ten year. You have a stock market crash. That's what happened last week to two years starting to catch up to the tenure. So what are they doing to get that ten year push that higher? They keep on raising the short term fed rate, which affects your credit card. Your auto loan in your snowmobile at all the stuff you buy on credit cards and time so that so they keep on taking the short-term Federick Porsche that interests up. They know that will push the ten year treasury yield up and that keep the ten year treasury yield higher than a two year. So we don't have a market crash. Well, guess what is not working that two year is starting to catch up to the ten year? This what this is all about. It's not they tell you the markets. Interest rates are going up because you Connie's good. No. They're just rates are going up because they're trying to survive to make sure the market doesn't crash work. Want more information on.

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"lanar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"lanar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Four. Now. Here's phil. Welcome back to Phil's gang. Okay. US stocks worst two day drop since may the small-cap stocks. Nasdaq stocks the biggest weekly drop in seven months. Take the small caps themselves. Biggest fi- five week drop since November two thousand sixteen semiconductors biggest weekly drop in six months. The big Bank stops biggest weekly drop in seven months. Homebuilders? Are you kidding me? They had the worst losing streak. They've they've dropped for thirteen weeks in a row the stocks, but we've been short the stocks. See here's the thing. I don't care about all the gibberish Jabber goes let them by about the fundamentals. Remember, the stock market goes up seventy two percent of the time. And then it collapsed, but they never get. You get you out in time because you get the they keep cheerleading cheerleading cheerleading you'd never get out in time. I don't care about their cheerleader. We watched the money. Now, the home builder's give you an example. Homebuilder toll brothers. We said let's short toll brothers. Okay. In toll brothers from the day. It turned red. And it's still red today. We took our prophets on Friday eleven percent gain because we shorted it. Now, if you're with me, you didn't have to know what that means. And my chart they're just a little button. Okay. Hit it. And that means is the stocks are going down, you're making money. That's simple when it's red. You just hit a button, you're making money. So you need to know. You got to know how to make money when these stock start blowing up and going the other way because you always get back your profits. Everybody does. That's why so many people have to two thousand eight got out of the stock market and never returned to it. When is the best place in the world to make money, especially on the upside because they do everything to manufacturer day engineer, it they do everything to push the market up and you're out of the market, which makes no sense. But then you catch on the way down. So that was one toll brothers Lanar. Everybody was by Leonardo not us. What did we see? We started to see the money coming out the institutions pull the money out the hedge funds the big banks pulling their money out. It turned red. We started a shorter. So and so and we're still not done with it Lanar. We took our profits on Friday up ten percent. Via Cy another beautiful stock via Cy the sl. So my gang members caught it was at it turned green around seven dollars and twenty one cents. It went up to about thirteen dollars. Then they took that profit and they wanna turn red. It drops about twenty nine percent. Twenty nine percent when adjourned read so they caught on the way up in a lay down. I know it seems so simple green on away up read on the way down. But we take care of it for you. We make sure you don't have to think about you. Do a thing. Yes. We do videos. We upgrade the videos three times during the day there about a minute and a half. If you don't have time, even look at the video got worry about when we alert you and say, okay. Bye. Leah Cy ourselves. Short toll brothers. That's all you gotta do. You execute your order eight way can do that. And then we put what we call a stop in make sure that you got a shopping that you never can lose more than two to three percent on the downside. Never you always put a stop in. And we don't know start out with five hundred shares thousands years we start out with a scout. With just to share. How do you make? Sure. No, you're not putting two shares in to make money you start out with the two shares. Then you get comfortable with it. Then we watch the momentum. We watched the institutions are they putting more money in the stock or they're putting money in you got to feel it out. So you gotta stop in. You got a scout the risk to reward on your side. So try it eight seven seven six hundred that's eight seven seven six hundred. If you're if you're doing well, all they ask you to please. Donate to Saint Jude partner in hope nineteen bucks a month. But I am telling you, I will change your financial life your own. Okay. You'll never make any money here. Here's what's interesting. Listen what this guy says he's not lying. Listen to this. The last couple of quarters or so at actual contraction and consumers buying goods. This is booming economy. You're saying last couple of quarters you've seen a contraction and investment in residential real estate have healthy growth. The consumer needs to have some positive and strong growth. Initially quantity is early quantity. Look at it. It's it's just that happen. Is raising rates because it's trying to extricate itself from the wall. The moves made hold the banking system together after it came to the brink of crash in. Here's what he's saying. He's really saying what been you all along when they started in two thousand eight print money and injecting into the stock market keeping interest rates low at zero keep giving money to the head of the big banks insurance companies coming in buy stocks, and they kept that interest rates near zero for five years two thousand eight to two thousand fifteen they're making a fortune. Now, also what they did they printed eighty five billion dollars a month. To make sure they pulled the ten year treasury yield, which is the interest rate that they charge on our interest. For example, our interest right now on the national debt is is over three percent. Three percent. We have to pay that interest. We're going to have to pay this year more than five hundred billion in interest up from up from seven hundred seventy two billion last year every quarter point interest. Ten year. Treasury yield goes up a quarter point guess about another twenty five billion. We have to pay and the problem is we have no money left after we pay our interest on our twenty trillion dollars national debt, we have no money left. We have no money for irony. We have no money for research and development have no money for investment because we're broke. So all they've been doing since two thousand eight it's just plowing money into the stock market. And then a two thousand fifteen when that stop and when they stopped printing money to keep on a buying bonds. They kept buying Bazi get that interest rate from three point seven percent down to one point one percent. So the stock market crash. That's all they can do. It is printing the printing dollars in your wallet. You're purchasing power. Kept going down down down down. Remember every time they print money the purchasing power goes down they print money. Remember to go by the ten year treasury the government does about the turn. Your treasure you to pull that interest rate down. So the government's not paying three point seven percent p point eight percent. They're pay one and a half percent. Two percent. And the national debt. It's all fake. So it happens is you're buying power is going down and down in down. And when they say, oh, your wages are increasing. Wait a minute. They say your wages are crushing two point eight percent. A year inflation alone wife sat out and then because they're printing so much money get to hedge funds and insurance companies and a big banks money for zero percent interest. They're print so much money that your value the dollar in your wallet keeps going down. So so that you're purchasing power of those now. So when people go out and purchase their dollars almost worthless. And that's why they're spending more money than they have. So now, what are they doing now to raising interest rates because they're scared to death. They gotta make sure that ten year treasury yield gets up there. They got to make sure that ten year treasury yield is higher than the two year because when a two year becomes higher than a ten year. You have a stock market crash. That's what happened last week to two years started to catch up to the tenure. So what are they doing to get that ten year push that higher? They keep on raising the short term fed rate, which affects your credit card and your auto loan in your and all stuff, you buying credit cards and time so that so they keep on taking the short-term Federick Porsche that interests up. They know that will push the ten year treasury yield up and that'll keep the ten year treasury yield higher than a two year. So we don't have a market crash. Well, guess what? It's not working that two year is starting to catch up to the ten year. This what this is all about. It's not what they tell you the markets interest rates are going up because you Connie's good. No interest rates are going up because they're trying to survive to make sure the market doesn't crash it won't work. Want more information on.

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"lanar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"lanar" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Time for business from. The suburban Cadillac Buick business Dansk Jeff Bellinger has our Bloomberg business reports stocks lost ground as investors continued to worry about. The financial crisis in Turkey the Dow Jones industrials fell one hundred twenty, five points or half a percent twenty five thousand one eighty-seven the NASDAQ lost nineteen points, or a quarter percent the s.. And p. five hundred closed down eleven points. Or four tenths percent Chad Morgan Lander of Washington crossing advisors does not think Turkey's troubles will. Affect the entire global economy this is the typical. Emerging-market issue that could potentially become a contagion if it metastasized, but we don't believe it will but Morgan Lander says he is being a bit cautious about emerging markets homebuilders were under pressure shares of. Lanar fell five percent, the most in three months stock in. Toll, brothers Paul group and d. r. Horton also declined And the parent of Lee and Wrangler jeans via corporation is planning a spin off of the two brands. I'm Jeff Bellinger with the Bloomberg business report on. W. w j NewsRadio nine fifty and now. A page from the diary of. Flo dear, diary the ghost is back this house is protected through progressive but that doesn't mean it's. Not haunted how else would you explain that radiator like clanking sound or the moon, colored light in the hallway that's. Gone by morning maybe he never bundled home and auto and he's doomed. To suffer an eternity without the savings save an average. Of seventeen percents on car insurance when you bundle. Home and auto through progressive what.

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General Electric, President and Harley Davidson discussed on WBBM Morning News

WBBM Morning News

01:03 min | 2 years ago

General Electric, President and Harley Davidson discussed on WBBM Morning News

"Metro areas up two tenths of a percent street was looking for double data gain of about four tenths we'll have the consumer confidence reading for the month of june coming up in about a half hour from now general electric says it'll spin off at you congo based healthcare unit and die i best baker hughes stake as well ktar is prepping a vending machine operators selecta for a one billion dollar initial public offering and president trump now says harley davidson is using trade tensions as an excuse to move lanar corporation beat on its profit on strong housing demand the stock is up ahead of the open today and over the ridesharing company says it learned its london licensed fate with judge a judge's ruling a little bit later today and warren buffett taps lee enterprises to manage its many berkshire newspapers microsoft and immobile i n m o b i are collaborating to offer marketing capabilities today and orlando has ended its facial recognition program with.

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"lanar" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

Part-Time Genius

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"lanar" Discussed on Part-Time Genius

"But the most amazing thing to me was that when he used to come to the states he was confused by the way americans eat ice cream because we eat it all year round but in india they only have during the summers and during the monsoons but super cold they won't eat ice cream is just cultural or something but i kicked this off with a ben and jerry's fact so what do you have for as well i just read about this amazing ice cream from spain called chameleon so i'm already intrigued what flavor is chameleon thankfully it's not chameleon but it's basically this willy wonka style ice cream where like the color changes as you lick it also changes the flavor too that's crazy so it sounds amazing and like something for my dreams but how can i haven't heard of this like is it a new flavor yeah well it's actually been around since twenty fourteen it was created by this former physicists name manuel lanar is who has pursuing a degree in quote creating artisan ice cream the la times says at least i guess it's a major the spanish culinary institute but anyway i've only seen pictures of the ice cream but it's really beautiful like at least one of the shades is it's this gorgeous shimmery purple and pink color and it has a bunch of flavors that come through to there's a strawberry cocoa almonds banana pistachio vanilla and even carmo.

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"lanar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"lanar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In commodity stocks and follow through with housing that we talked about yesterday lanar up more than three percent you do though you know i look at the bloomberg commodity and that's an it's sort of dead in the water for this year so but i'm just talking about it today no but i'm trying to put it in context the mean you look at the materials and energy groups within the s and p five hundred and they're both down about five percent this year so dumb worse than the market occasionally you get days like today where things have a certain amount of swing they are the top two performers among the eleven main industry groups in the s and p five hundred nonetheless it's not like we're sort of looking at perhaps anything more than than a blip in these stocks i mean given the back and forth oil prices and prices of other commodities and so the broader lack of direction in a market which to some extent has has gotten a bit of a push from strategists people figuring that perhaps you know it's time for commodities to come back after years of relative weakness so far though really hasn't panned out well you can make the argument you want to buy it when no one else loves it and then sell it when everybody's clamoring for it right yeah the question is are people going to start clamoring for it and so far that's sort of been the elusive piece of the puzzle thanks very much dave wilson bloomberg stocks columnist and blogger mlive go on the bloomberg you can follow dave on twitter at the one dave and send him an email at dwilson bloomberg dot net so that you can receive all of his daily email newsletters all right now let's go to our nation's capital we've got nancy lyons and nancy has world and national headlines nancy tell us what's going on in the world thanks pam republicans are warning president trump trade war with china could come back to haunt them in the november elections china has announced fifty billion dollars worth of tariffs on american products including soybeans pork and aircraft this is retaliation for trump's plan to impose duties on thirteen hundred chinese products bloomberg washington reporter kathleen hunter with more on republican concerns some of the retaliatory measures that china is talking about would actually hits more rural areas of.

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"lanar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"lanar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Lanar led gains in us homebuilders shares after the company reported robust growth in revenue and orders for its fiscal first quarter the miami based home builders orders for the three months through february jumped thirty percent from a year earlier revenue increase thirty four percent to two point six billion dollars blackstone is said it'd be weighing a bid for george soros back company we get more from bloomberg's alisa parenti blackstone group is considering a bid for all of hispania the spanish property company whose shareholders include hedge fund firms soros fund management and paulson and company according to people familiar with the matter the new york based buyout firm is among companies that have been weighing offers for all or parts of hispania which has a market capitalisation of around two point five billion dollars alisa parental bloombergradio billionaire masayoshi sun softbank group is trying to a foothold in the cash rich reinsurance industry softbank is in preliminary talks to buy a stake in swiss re the reinsure says the steak is unlikely to exceed ten percent coming up a deep dive into investing in alz i'm abigail little this is bloomberg asset managers who sees long time dude remember you crowd surfing me man but you haven't worn me like forever i got it you're retired but i still got some clifton me so take me to goodwill where i can really make a difference your donations to goodwill create jobs training programs and education assistance for people in your community to find your nearest donation center go to goodwill dot org donate stuff create jobs a message from goodwill.

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"lanar" Discussed on IOT Podcast

IOT Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"lanar" Discussed on IOT Podcast

"Hey everyone welcome to the internet of things podcast this is your host stacey higginbotham and your co host heaven toefl and today's show is chuck full of goodness we're gonna talk about data protection in light of facebook's cambridge analytica scandal the smart home lock in problem i did a smart home spring clean we've got a bunch of news from ibm some shopping tips for google hole punches of small news items from the smart home world and the industrial internet world less we've got a wonderful guest for you today it is david kaiser men from lanar homes who's gonna talk about the smart home of the future that lanar thinks is going to happen and why leonard ditched home kit for amazon echoes we're also going to have a message on iot security from our sponsor samsung arctic and now let's go to another one of our sponsors this week sponsor is i o t world are you thinking about going to the world in may if so use the coupon code stacey twenty to get twenty percents off nor pass you are invited iot world which is the premier event for not businesses and technology being held may fourteen through seventeen at the santa clara convention center in silicon valley this is the events fifth anniversary and the show will welcome over twelve thousand i t professionals four hundred fifty speakers and three hundred exhibitors and sponsors this year is all about putting into action building a winning strategy implementing that strategy effectively and driving revenue so to learn more in registered to attend visit i o t world event that hop and remember use coupon code stacey twenty that's s t a c e y twenty at the checkout to get twenty percents off your pass okay kevin it is deep deep winter there for you.

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"lanar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"lanar" Discussed on KOMO

"The second suspect in the deadly shooting recently at west seattle has been arrested the northwest violent offenders task force says it arrested abel lanar as montejo's yesterday in aubert police believe he shot it dixon bolasco squares last month alaska's his ex girlfriend was previously charged with murder because police say she lured him outside so he could be shot komo news time now five own nine another bikini baristas stand has been hit by robbers comas chryst andrew says this time it was and cantona cars pulled up to the hottie shots coffee stand monday morning the burri said that gut feeling something wasn't right hey arcade at all the way i think our water thinking i found the barista says she told them bottled water was two dollars and he said it was too much the next thing she remembers a woman covered head to toe the window they got quite at me timing of this year the baristas says the woman then yank the cash register and took off she assumes a suspect got in the car with a man a whitecoloured sedan we need to make this dossier allison duke says the owner of sweet cheeks into moines's her stand was hit this summer and so we're three other locations nearby she believes it's the same suspect based on descriptions the fact that he keeps happening the fact that gave feel completely helpless without the police getting involved now we need them they kind of step up and take the initiative as far as the investigating goes christian drew komo news it's 510 as the war morning news continues and we had not of the.

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