35 Burst results for "Market Strategist"

"market strategist" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

03:34 min | 4 months ago

"market strategist" Discussed on Food Psych

"And you're like how is that possible. Literally these things are diametrically opposed. And it's like a razor's edge to have to walk which is like kind of the point of that right of that's the point of those standards body standards standards for moms standards for like women in terms behavior in general. Which is like you can't win. You can't walk that line you can't. You're always going to be quote unquote falling short somewhere. And so therefore you're going to be chasing this unattainable ideal forever and then not be like making noise about the wage gap or the lack of representation in congress or whatever it may be. You're going to be too fixated on this other shit to like change. The world truly truly and also. It's very interesting to me. You know before. I actually went through the personal experience of pregnancy and childbirth That all of it was cloaked. Like even though. I tried to educate myself. But i didn't really understand what i was embarking on and part of. That's probably just me. Not being a very like not being able to empathize until i actually experienced it myself but part of it is. I've talked to a lot of other mothers about this and like there's just this still steeped even though it were so modern and things are changing. It's like there are certain things you don't talk about you know you don't talk about your vagina getting blown to pieces because he pushed her. Don't talk about you know the mesh underwear you don't talk about the fact that you bleed for like two weeks you bleed for ten days or some. It doesn't just come out men. You're all puffed back into place you know. I mean i probably could have found that stuff out. Or maybe Had had a different group. But it's not just known nina and it should be a little bit more known but this is the way it is definitely not like so many things not like how portrayed in movies or tv the entire even just the entire like labor delivery process is nothing like what i've seen on tv show movie anyway like not even a single pieces like realistic. And so why do we allow that you know. I think that there is still so much. Weirdness shane around things. That women are actually around women's power because also like my other thing that i feel like being on about his. I don't think you have to have babies louis. I don't think everyone needs to become a mother. Definitely not but i think people are threatened by the fact that women actually get to choose. I mean i understatement But yeah our our around getting to choose whether or not we burst of kids and like if we all decided we didn't want to. We weren't gonna that would be that and that's a lot of power and we actually don't talk about that very much or at almost at all like we could shut it all down. Anyone who's capable of getting pregnant who decides if we all band together and say nope. I'm not going to get pregnant. Or i'm not going to pursue fertility treatment or whatever it is and we're just going to stop the human race would cease to exist and we never talk about that and fact infanta lies motherhood at mothers in so many ways and we make it into the sort of lake so distorted like i talked about earlier but yet we never really talked about that rob power and i find that really keta stretch but i mean it's not strange..

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"market strategist" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

04:13 min | 4 months ago

"market strategist" Discussed on Food Psych

"Because when you're not used to talking about privilege and a social justice sense it can seem like it means that life for thin people as all sunshine and rainbows which it's absolutely not having thin privilege doesn't mean that you've never had any body image issues or that you've never struggled with disordered eating or that you've never been bullied or shamed by individual bigots and abusers for your size as you were k. having been privileged doesn't mean you've never experienced that first level of fat phobia right the intra personal or within person level and it also doesn't mean you've never experienced the second level of fat phobia interpersonal level that you've experienced k. But it's only larger body people who experienced that third form of weight based discrimination or fat phobia. Which is that it's institutional and it's directed against you at every level of society so you can have the privilege and hate your body you can have been privileged and still be made fun of for the size of your body by individual assholes and jerks in our culture. And what's more having thin privilege doesn't mean that you feel thin and in fact i'd wager that the vast majority of people in diet culture never feel thin even those within privilege. Even those were insulated from that systemic or third level of fat phobia. And you know kane in your experience. I can definitely understand why you would never necessarily see yourself as thin or quote unquote thin enough because of the abuse that was hurled at you by your father from a young age and that meant that that idea of yourself as quote unquote too large has really lodged in your psyche as the anonymous writer. Your fat friend brilliantly. Put it in one of her essays. And i would definitely recommend reading her for a lot more on these ideas about privilege and body size weight stigma she put it thinness as always distant unattainable a- punishing standard. That few feel they can meet so people don't feel like they're thin or quote unquote thin enough in our society. The have thin privilege but like any other kind of privilege. Thin privilege actually. Just means that by virtue of some characteristic of your body in this case being below a certain size a certain body mass index that you have greater access to resources and phase last discrimination out in the world then people without that characteristic and specifically you're subjected to less of that third level of fat phobia that institutional fat phobia then people in larger bodies are you. Don't phase institutional fat phobia. You may face intra personal. Fat phobia right internalized weight stigma and you may face fat phobia from individual assholes in your life. But you're not gonna face the systemic discrimination based on your body size and you know this idea of thin privileged to describe something. Systemic is similar to how we use the term male privilege to talk about the unearned societal benefits afforded to sis gender men in our society so that even if they hate themselves and kinds of ways and even if they feel uncomfortable in their masculinity gender men are still more likely to be paid more for equal work than people who are not since gender men and says gender manner still less likely to be sexually assaulted and they're still less likely to face all of the other systemic discrimination that ciswomen and trans people face in our society. That's just the reality of it. That's just the reality of living in patriarchy of living. This system of oppression directed at anyone. Who's not as gender man. And so that's not to say that this gender men don't have their own issues they certainly do and a lot of six gentlemen struggle mightily with mental health issues and even with eating disorders and with things that are oftentimes directed more towards this gender. Women are to trans people right like the brunt of diet culture falls on six gender women and trans people but that does not exempt men says gender men from falling into the traps of diet culture as well. And you know for any social justice discussion that we're going to have any discussion of systemic oppression. The flip side is really systemic privilege. And that's things like white privilege. White privilege is the honor privileges. That come with being a white person in this racist. Society able bodied privilege is the unearned privileges that come with being able bodied in this ablest discriminatory society against disabled people..

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"market strategist" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

03:03 min | 4 months ago

"market strategist" Discussed on Food Psych

"Your podcast. And i especially appreciate your answer to the listener question episode one seventy nine in which he explained a bit about what thin privilege means. The term. thin privilege is a huge impediment to me wholeheartedly stepping into anti diet culture. Here's a bit about where i'm coming from. I've spent decades recovering from life-threatening anorexia. I grew up being called terrible weight. Stigmatizing names by my father and criticized and derided a great deal by him about what i ate and about other things as well when i look back on photos of myself as a child. I suspect you would say that. I always had then privilege but even when my weight was dangerously. Low and i was not far from being hospitalized and family members express their concern to my father he would snort in my hearing that that was nonsense and i could stand to lose the more weight so while i've never had trouble fitting into an airplane. See finding clothes. And i've never had a doctor tell me to lose weight. I have not been exempt from the suffering that comes with believing. I'm unlovable and despicable because of my body. Size and eating habits. It seems to me that thin privileges in the eyes of the beholder. It comes across to me as a blaming and shaming label and seems to whitewash the suffering of any woman who is not a particular size. What is that size anyway. What is your body. Have to look like or what is your experience. Have to be to put you into the category of thin privilege or not. Furthermore i think the term thin privileged puts people in a double bind invisible at best and scorned at worst in the anti diet world and fat in the diet world. I would love if you could devote a segment to thin privilege. And what means perhaps my reaction to the term has been shaped by my experience and there is a more nuanced benign or positive way to understand what it means with thanks k. so thanks k. For that great question. And before. I answer just my usual disclaimer. That these answers and this podcast in general are for information on educational purposes only and are not a substitute for individual medical or mental. health advice. g- so first and foremost. I just wanna say that i am so sorry you had to go through all of that as a child. Your father sounds really abusive and no one should have to experience. That kind of fat phobic bigotry no matter their actual body size and so it doesn't matter what size body you're in when you're being called those names that was fat phobia that was being hurled at you and it was abusive and bigoted. And not okay. So i definitely don't want a discount. The harm dundee. You buy that abuse because you absolutely were the victim of fat phobia and in this case. It was the fat phobia of apparent who clearly had his own issues and was taking it out on you right. You didn't do anything to deserve that. Nobody does anything to deserve that kind of abuse or any abuse really but also there are ways in which you do still have unearned societal privileges by virtue of just living in smaller body and none of that negates the abuse you went through it just nuances at right. This is so nuanced. The it really is not black and white but lots of shades of gray and i think that's really exemplified in your situation so talking through those nuances. I think it would be really helpful..

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"market strategist" Discussed on Food Psych

Food Psych

02:28 min | 4 months ago

"market strategist" Discussed on Food Psych

"I hope you'll enjoy this fan. Favourite episode from the archives. If you want brand new content to help you make peace with food and he'll from diet. Culture comes sign up for my free weekly newsletter at christie harrison dot com slash newsletter. Where i answer a weekly listener question and as always if you join my intuitive eating fundamentals course at christie harrison dot com slash. Course you get access to our exclusive monthly and a podcast. I answer all your new questions. Just go to kristie harrison dot com slash newsletter and christie harrison dot com slash course to sign up or click the links in the episode description. Welcome to food sake. A podcast about intuitive eating health at every size body liberation and taking down diet culture. I'm your host christie harrison and an anti diet registered. Dietitian certified intuitive eating counselor and author of the book anti diet. Reclaim your time money. Wellbeing and happiness through intuitive eating which is available wherever books are sold. Join me here every week. Is i interview interesting. People from all different backgrounds about their paths towards peace with food in their bodies and by the way on this. Show we bleep out diet culture stuff like wait and calorie numbers. But we don't censor swear words or other adult language solicitor discretion is advised Hey bear welcome to episode. Two thirty food sake. I'm your host christie harrison and today. I'm talking with maggie. Frank shu an email marketing strategist and copywriter. Who is also a former colleague of mine from gourmet magazine. Ten to twelve years ago. We discuss her eating disorder experience and recovery. How pregnancy and motherhood changed for relationship with food and her body. How contradicting societal ideals oppress women and families. Giving yourself permission to live in your truth and so much more. I can't wait to share our conversation with you in just a moment. But first i'll answer this week's listener question which is from a listener named k who writes hi christie. I love.

"market strategist" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

03:43 min | 9 months ago

"market strategist" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Literally everyone okay. Now this is important these are important stats okay for the last five years five years in a row. The number one near me search on google is not like where do i get my change. It's not where do i beg bedsheets. It's not where do i go golfing the number one near me. Search for five years. Running on google is restaurants near me. It is not the name of your restaurant is specifically the word restaurants. Okay and more importantly two out of three searches for restaurants on. Google are unbranded and you're like robot that means. Don't worry i'm gonna explain it. Okay unbranded means people do not search for the name of your restaurant. They searched for what they crave. Which in this example is Say bowls right. So if somebody goes on. Google says bulls near me. How do you get chosen. Okay now this is. This is the secret. This is the tip. Okay you do what's called listings management and you don't need to understand what that means or even remember it because i'm going to tell you you open up your google my business and you add your name your address your phone number your hours of operation. You're approved photos and most importantly your menu gay. And when i see your menu i mean the name of the item the description and the price. Okay why is that. If i search near me. How does google know that you serve abel's and that you are relevant for that search. You literally have to manage that information inside. Google my business to confirm. Yes google i have bowls now where where the winning move is is to not. Just do it on google. It's to also do it on yelp and facebook and bing and yahoo and foursquare tripadvisor in any website. That consumers use to go discovered where their next meal gay. Because here's another important stat okay. Sixty i think. It's seventy five percent of people who search restaurant near me. Make a purchase within sixty minutes. Okay so really. It's not their fingers on the keyboards. It's their wallet okay. It's their wallet saying boulder me. If you wanna make sure that you acquire new customers you have to manage your listings on all those sites especially your menu so important. It's i mean. We're talking about premeditated intent and that's like golds. Nothing could be more goal than if you're not discoverable. That is the biggest problem. I mean we talk about it all the time. It's the amount of time that people spend on their smartphones. And if your restaurant isn't coming up on instagram. It's not coming up and facebook but this is even more specific. This is that's a social post and then there's targeted post. This is when somebody's searching literally for a pizza near them and if your pizza shot doesn't show up that is a problem if you're awesome shop show up. That is a problem. Yeah and it's not just pizza shop like i'm craving garlic. Not you know what. I mean greg specific on cheese steak. Yeah yeah we we tell the story all the time my wife and i we've found the daycare we move to a new part of san diego that we didn't know any daycares where you know new parents and what did we do we. We searched for daycare in our area. And what came up but a yelp listings of the top ten daycares. The only two out of ten daycares had claimed their yelp page. They had only two of them had a mobile first sight. So allow us to easily book. An appointment to go see. The daycare had updated photos. And guess what they're the ones that are getting our business and it's not that the other ones weren't recommended by other people in real life that had kids that went there. It was just the other one had a better digital profile..

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"market strategist" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"market strategist" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"And so the question of what other things whatever whatever it was i was like beer cans a day thrown out but anyway point being right i. This is the question. Why did i start. I said look. I'll prove to you that i can run your business. I can run my other bands businesses. And i can run my business and i can also update social media just to prove to you that you can get it done so i was like what. What am i gonna put on twitter and a blog and i was like oh. I'll start writing about hamburgers. Like because i like food literally as a challenge to my artists to show them that they read media daily and long story long story short. That burger blog blew up changing my career forever and at wetter and and most of those bands finally adopted social medium. But that was it. I was trying to prove to somebody else that it wasn't hard. I think that's probably part of the ocean. Moment is understanding that now especially especially in the last fifteen years but all of these platforms. If it's not easy. They're not sustainable platform. If it's not easy for an average person to go in like literally if you can drive a car you can build a website. That's literally how how it is but we give our. We underestimate how easy it is and we don't give ourselves enough credit at one point. People didn't know how to send an email but we learn how to do that. And then now it's like well i don't know how to tweet. I can't put a on tiktok. that's not true. I'll tell you this. John and this might not appeal to most of your your audience but you know for us marketers. I created in e book last week in two hours in two hours. I created an e book that's had eighty three downloads. This week right. It's not hard to do this. I'll give you my my. Here's my process in one minute turned on zoom..

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"market strategist" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

04:20 min | 9 months ago

"market strategist" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"There. S i like to joke that for years customers have been on their iphones and now restaurants are ready to be on them to a good joke. But yes i would. Actually i was actually a blackberry user for awhile and the very first blackberry i had was one that was like the green screen unlike the private network but like i was a band manager so like i was like on the road with bands or in a venue like i was not always in front of a computer so like i like i would be out. I need to take down notes. Something somebody told me or like. I knew i was getting emails during the day. I was missing and i was like this is not okay and i remember. I would have a blackberry in one hand and a flip phone in the other. And i be the guy on the flip full like china type and hold my phone like this guy for a while. I love nothing. Jimmy dean but you actually had the blackberry york york landline guy. Well prior but yes actually. When i went to get a smartphone the very first phone i got was an android and that marks the first times in my life that i owned an android for twenty four hours. We're not we're not here to bash the android just big believers and apple in the iphone will let let's talk about the iphone specifically and how it related to your career and what you started to do on the iphone. And then when she started to do for clients know. Let's go back to burger blog. 'cause i started that when i had the blackberry right now with students there and i realized that i could literally create and write a whole blog from a mobile device right. I went us like blogger dot com. Which was like free g mail blog software. That was super easy to update from a device. My blackberry had a phone wasn't good. But i could take pictures of hamburgers and literally. While i was still in the restaurant. I could take a picture of a hamburger right like a five sentence review. Get bonda blogger. I i had a blog like it was essentially like what instagram is. Now i was doing with blogger. Like was the exact same thing and people were like. Oh my god. How did you figure this out on like it ain't hard you know what i mean but from that activity from the like taking pictures getting it live super fast. The blong started to grow right and then twitter and my space were happening at that. Same time. I was using twitter and mice baso so like same thing. Instagram didn't happen to later. And facebook didn't came somewhere in there but essentially like what you would do with instagram. I was doing on a blackberry. That was really the start of it. And why did you start with the burger. Block this funny story. So i used to be an artist manager in the music. Business which we kind of covered. And i'd number of bands who were like worldwide touring acts with grammy like big bands right and facebook twitter. Where like really heavily embraced first by the music. Business heavily right member. My space was all about your top eight songs and like like an. I looked at my space and twitter. I said holy crap. This is like the first time in history. Where a band. An artist has the opportunity to have direct communication and own their audience. And they weren't reliant on like a publicist or advertising. All these a radio station. I was like this is revolutionary and so i was trying to get my bands to embrace twitter in my space because i was like guys. What happens when the shoe drops. What happens if you write a crappy album. What happens if you get dropped. What if you're and our guy leaves like all of these things like you..

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"market strategist" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

05:44 min | 9 months ago

"market strategist" Discussed on Digital Hospitality: A Cali BBQ Media Podcast

"Welcome the digital hospitality. I am your host sean. Walsh this is kelly. Bbq media production every single week. We talk about digital hospitality. Every business needs to be digital. I and every business needs to be in the hospitality business. Now what exactly does that mean. That means that every week we bring on people that we admire people that are doing things that are great in the digital marketing world in the digital media world influencers people that run businesses. Basically people that we admire. Today's guests was recommended by zach. Oats a former guest. Who is the founder of ovation. A technology that we use not restaurant that we absolutely love and we can't stop screaming and shouting about But today's guest is david rev ciancio and dave. I've seen what you've been doing. And i feel like we're brothers. I feel like there's this episode one of many episodes that i'm going to have you on the podcast. I'm super excited to have you on the show thank you. I'm excited beer. It's funny in your entry go. We talked to influential. Smart intelligent people will blonde. And i was like oh cool. Who's the gas gas. The shocked me. Thanks you my friend. You can't hide from your digital footprint that you've created read the top three blogs burger blogs. He has the most popular fry instagram account. This guy is just been doing everything that we talk about a digital taliban and he's been doing it for for over two decades in multiple different industries so he he lives and breathes digital hospitality. And we're We're honored thank you. I'm honored to be here. I'm like i tell people i. I failed at owning a restaurant But i got really good at marketing. One inside dedicated the rest of my career to helping other restaurants be as good as i was at marketing. A restaurant so so read gives the rub story. I so people why. Why go by. Wrap your reverend. I am dina the universal life church in modesto california on january. Twenty second nineteen ninety-seven. It is what i call like. The internet's first official mean that i fell in love with like..

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Why the Treasury wants its money back

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:40 min | 1 year ago

Why the Treasury wants its money back

"There are days of which this is one when we are obliged by the news to get just detached down in the weeds so we will because we have to. But we'll do it gently back in march in the cares act. Congress authorized the treasury department to let the federal reserve us about four hundred and fifty billion dollars to fund. A bunch of fed lending programs programs that would and remember back in march and april. The fear factor was pretty high in this economy. Right these programs would stabilize credit markets. And in a way thus backstop the whole economy. Well yesterday treasury secretary steven mnuchin. Told jay powell. He wants the money back. In other words those lending programs the secretary said are none the fed not known for its political loquaciousness. Said in a statement. Yesterday afternoon it would prefer the money and the emergency programs. Stay where they are. But after noon sherpao roach secretary mnuchin and told him the money's on the way so we will get to the what it all means thing with lopez and genus smile. Like in a minute but first marketplace abbreviation shore with what exactly these programs did in different ways. These programs all allowed the fed to get down and dirty in the mud of credit market so for example a couple of them allowed the fed to actually buy corporate bonds another loved the fed to buy short-term bonds from state and local governments another allowed to indirectly by up car loans and student loans they essentially stood there and said you know we'll be a buyer of these things will support these markets yousef obasi is global market strategist at stone ex. Now the reason we care that the fed could buy these securities. Is that for a while. They're in this pandemic. It was looking like nobody else would and if nobody wants to buy up for example loans. People aren't going to get as many loans and loans are what kept some businesses. Live and local governments functioning. You're talking about essentially the entire credit markets could've yearly froze if the fed didn't step in with these facilities the fed supported credit market so credit markets could support people. Chris campbell is chief strategist at duff and phelps and former assistant secretary of the treasury they allow for serbia liquidity or money available to banks or institutions to have them to be able to lend you money by all accounts. These programs worked. Edward altman is professor of finance emeritus at nyu. The treasury felt that it has succeeded so well that it's no longer necessary. Oldman sees that is. Ill advised to give them the looming threat of further shutdowns but secretary mnuchin has said businesses need grants now not loans. The four hundred and fifty. Five billion dollars in question could be re purposed into a miniature stimulus. Deal before a new president is sworn

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Asking Better Questions For Your Beauty Business

Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

06:01 min | 1 year ago

Asking Better Questions For Your Beauty Business

"Hello hello. I am just so excited to be with you guys today. We are going to do something a little bit. Different is abc. I am permanent makeup artist and as tradition as well as a beauty marketing strategists for professionals. Like yourself that want to increase your income and impact and we do that with our online marketing program called ends other marking resources. So today we are talking about the right questions to grow your business. And i talk to so many beauty professionals and i think one of the key things is when you own your own business. There are so many decisions to make right. It's like should i do this or should i do that. And it's hard to know. What is the right decision right. Like for example. Let's say this when someone starting a business they say well. How much should i charge for my services. So one of the questions is you know. How much should i charge. And then people say oh well how much will people pay. Well when you ask. How much will people pay for your beauty services. The answer is always going to be as little as possible right. I mean that's just how things are when you ask them. How much are you willing to pay too little as possible but what you really have to do. Is you have to be able to position the value of what you are offering them so that they see. Wow this is really valuable. This is going to either save me time or save me money or make my life better in some way right because we are all buying things to solve a problem. We're all buying solutions. And we're all buying things to make our lives better whether that's a beauty service or a toaster. Okay so when you start saying how can i make more money in my business. Well that is another question that we wanna ask in a different way so the way you make more money in your business. Is you solve bigger problems right. You become specialized and you solve bigger problems. The more specialized you are the more unique you are and people can't find it everywhere you look at you know used example like if you were to break your foot. You wouldn't just go to your general doctor for that. You would want to go to a foot. Podiatrist surgeon orthopedist right on that. Specializes in that special. The tiny little bones of the foot and how to fix it right because you want to walk again so when you're specialized like that people will pay more for that. The second thing is as i just said if you're solving a bigger problem you know if somebody know hurts their toe. That's not a big problem and it's not going to you know abandoned can fix it right. You get a little scratch. You put a band aid on it not expensive the bigger the solution the more you can charge and so that's a different way of thinking about your business. So the key thing is that i want you to start thinking about the questions you are asking yourself for your business so i often hear beauty professionals say like how do i get more clients like how do i. That's like the biggest thing i ever wants. Just more clients. It's technically they don't want more clients. They just want more income. Because if i could tell you if i said to you listen you could make the same amount of money seeing one client week or you could see twenty. Which would you prefer if you're just starting in. You need the practice and you need the pictures. You'd probably say twenty but if you actually are really smart about your business you would say well. Less people less problems. I just wanna see one person. I make the same amount of money. We wanna look at. How do you get more exposure for your business. How do you get more visibility for your business and one of the things is you are showing up telling people how you solve their problems and the next thing that you wanna be doing. You want to lead them through the buying process because remember as people are thinking about the problem they have. Maybe have sparse eyebrows. Maybe they have bad skin or they wanna have a little micro kneeling or facial or something like that. These are the problems that they're concerned about. Then they also the minute they think about their problems and they think of you as a solution they have objections. So one of their objections is going to be. Okay we'll will this work and then will this work for me right. Those are the questions that they're asking and the way that you get them through. Those objections is with proof with social proof and the social proof is going to come from either you and your experience with it and you telling stories of your clients. But what's even more powerful is your clients telling their own stories and not just a testimonial a linda perry was great. I mean that's not a dismal it's a good testimonial but that doesn't help the perspective client the one that's like i don't know if i should i. I don't know if this will solve my problem. Or what if it hurts or what. If it doesn't work for me that's not gonna help her at home overcome her objection so we wanted to show up right. We want brand visibility when a show up and share stories of past successes of people that we've helped and how we've helped them. We want it to come from our clients so it is actually in their words of them about their own journey of you know i was nervous to have this procedure but then i decided it was worth it and then i came and donna. Walk me through the procedure. And she told me what to expect and then so they're talking about it and it's going to be way more powerful than us talking about it and hopefully you can see the difference in how that is going to. You're telling stories to actually overcome your perspective clients

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Jobs Report Shows Economy Improving, but Also Long-Term Damage

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Jobs Report Shows Economy Improving, but Also Long-Term Damage

"Meanwhile, the U. S economy added 638,000 jobs in the month of October. That's roughly 100,000 jobs more than what was expected. Unemployment did fall down to 6.9%, however, that is still much higher than what it was before the pandemic took hold in the country and the number of long term unemployed those jobless for at least 27 weeks or more. Increased a 3.6 million people around the country, the job losses in government. Of course, you never want to see anyone lose their job. But many of these were expected 138,000 of them were related to the senses. That's J. J. Keene, a hand the chief market strategist at TD

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Singapore economy contracts 41% on quarterly basis

Bloomberg Law

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Singapore economy contracts 41% on quarterly basis

"Singapore's economy plunged into recession last quarter as a lock down shut down businesses. GDP declined an annualized 41.2% from the previous three months. Stephen Ennis is chief global market strategist at actually core. I think Singapore was one of those economies are more prone to the lock down, especially given the given the extension orders that they had to go through. This really created a lot of the enthusiasm around reopening, particularly because you couldn't get out of your house but also hurt a lot of turns and then closing that really resulted in a lot of the Sectors that are really really servicing sectors really drug thing. Of course, economies were really on the downs, and I think this is what's getting portrayed in the queue to dynamics. Stephen Ennis at Actually Corp That figure minus 41.2% was worse than a Bloomberg estimate of a 35.9% drop.

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Dow plunges nearly 7% on COVID-19 fears, economic forecasts

Orlando's Evening News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Dow plunges nearly 7% on COVID-19 fears, economic forecasts

"Growing fears of a surge in corona virus infections around the country sending the stock markets tumbling today yep Florida comes in first with the most new infections reported in the entire country the Dow Jones industrial average sank by about seven percent in today's training while the S. and P. five hundred lost about six percent chief market strategist art Hogan of national security says a number of factors weighed on stock prices today the combination of concern over a second wave of hope it nineteen how long it's going to take it back to the kind of economic activity we're experiencing at the end of last year the beginning of this year and certainly the fact that market that got that bit ahead of themselves over the course of the last

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"market strategist" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"market strategist" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Get chief market strategist JJ Kinahan says there were still lots of jobs lost last month half a million of them were government jobs mainly for local government and education California's paid out more than twenty two billion dollars in unemployment benefits during the pandemic states has since covered nineteen started it has processed more than five point six million unemployment claims is brought to you by cutting dental group of fire has got a huge warehouse in Redlands used by Amazon we do know that this fire got going pretty pretty bad pretty quick Carl Baker with the city of Redlands tells KTLA investigators will be looking into what went on with the fire suppression system at the warehouse Baker says about a hundred people were inside the building at the time the fire started early this morning but everyone was able to get out safely the warehouse's roof caved in because of the intensity of the heat and some of the buildings walls fell down a judge has denied a motion to dismiss a high price a profile rape case involving a surgeon from Newport beach and his girlfriend judge Gregory Jones says the case against grant Robichaud interest a Riley who have been charged with drugging and assaulting multiple women will move forward Jones says he doesn't feel dismissing the case will further justice in an unusual turn the Orange County DA's office asked for the case to be dismissed in February Jones says he has concerns about the current DA continuing the case the case started in twenty eighteen during an election for Orange County DA amid claims the charges were politically motivated the court will discuss options to becuz the OCD a next week in Orange County Corbin Carson KFI news Feeney valley's mayor pro tem Mike judge is facing calls for his resignation over a social media post judges shared a meme on his Facebook page that said want to stop the rights mobilize the septic tank trucks put a pressure cannon on him and hold him down the end judge who's also a thirty year veteran of the LAPD calls the L. R. called the idea of brilliant he says it was meant to be a joke the LAPD says it is reviewing the post the police chief of the LAPD says he's not sure where he'll find one hundred fifty million dollars for the mayor's plan to help communities of color more as while he agrees with mayor Garcetti's reform plan it will be tough to cut programs a staffing and other services we need reforms for.

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"market strategist" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"market strategist" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"What part of what you do, do you love the most? Love I love I. Love Talking With People Nella. Seeing people make connections. To The united seeing that life, ball. You know when you we talking to people in E. Make a suggestion or you tell them some the number. Gosh, yes, and then you see old happening. They can see everything clearly in. It's actually as just like. Aw, so cool. I? Love that and I also love the design pot as well. I'll never give up the design because I am created and I love the business decisions come into visual brandings are yet to pasta I really loved that merely love and it seeing and then seeing them fly. Just like He. Now often do what you do lovely. It's knows how people can work with you. have can find you. Okay sorry! I am on instagram under are just at under face. School Surges Typing Calicut Sokaia. My website. Is Color PITIC DOT COM? So don't make old really really easy. Hello, comics occurs by email. What I do I have a few offerings thrive. Online is my entry level. And it will take you through Olabisi things that I've actually been sleeping to Christina. Bats are your who you'll y. you're what your brand mission your values and going right through visual branding. End Your website as well sir, I'm taking a little Jenny Day, but that's. A DIY coast with the facebook group for since support, and then you can work with with work with me one on one as well so I have a few packages beautiful awesome, all might for all the links in the Scheinin I really want to thank you so much for sharing all of your knowledge and wisdom with us today. I WANNA. Thank you for having made the wholesome.

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"market strategist" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"market strategist" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"Too on the same like I, look once law who and look at a case. Where am I going to be the most productive? Where am I going to have the energy to be able to speak? Be really clear release. The same and I make sure that I use that time to create majority of my content. And then there'll be times where I'm like. Understand now, and even sometimes even just having the awareness around. Hey. You're not on the ball, or you're not as high energy for this reason, it's not because you nugget business present. It's not because you. Doing the things you starts to be doing. It's actually because of your hormones Ryan. Because of the way that body is so being able to be mindful that awesome, it helps you to remove the constant Ernie ridicule. It's happening without in a critic riot, so it's like giving yourself permission to be like. It's okay to be slow this lake. It's hard. To just take it Acura Pisces. slaking doesn't necessarily mean that you have to be on all the time. Engineer what a lot of that comes from a very dominant patriarchal society. That we need to be on in. The masculine is a twenty four hour cycle. Women are around twenty eight day cycle. when we working a five day workweek in a two day weekend for women, it doesn't usually work in. We'd George. Being to that paradigm, the Misako putting ourselves. That's that's where everything needs to be turned around. Saying having are this is how. We work with our cycles at Twenty, eight twenty seven. Whatever your cycles. This is how we can. This is how I will honor myself by by meeting more to this and said that does eliminate the whole. Oh, I'm a failure I'm you know the negative self-talk that comes with echoing on my currently to these expectations over Linnea? Tie The twenty four hour clock so? It's made a huge difference in. I do work with a lot of women like these right from the beginning. Sorry, I often ask them. When the moon is united, this dot signs because but I'm I'm full of Phya a of fire air in my shot, and whenever there's a sign in the million or United States actually in the sun or something like that I tend to be really productive and really outfit when there's an sign I cannot. CanNot think probably I just can't Anita do something physical I can't do anything cerebral because tree much airs too much static in my head Sir undestood inviting anybody who's listening to really diving to have a field any pot of this cycle, and if you're into a stroller, just have a look at what you'll chat isn't how you interact with what's actually going on at the moment in the transit's sorry, yet it's it's really interesting. Yeah, you'll. Seeing now with what's happening with everything with her environment at the moment Mike hours like I feel like this is almost like an impact of this realization of high weeping, running on the Mexican sore law that we need able to find that balance in its really joined the conversation we're having the people regards to the new norm of what happened after all of this in having great conversations with women in particular, actually that like now realizing hey, the way I was working wasn't working now, giving myself submission to high wet from home for a couple of days in office for a few. To be able to shift things up a bit to to take care of yourself a little bit. It's Ho- Gosh hasn't been. A stick of dynamite is hey, yeah, look, my life hasn't changed too much. Except having the kids time for nine weeks. Even that for me personally has brought me even will back into a feminine, probably a little bit too much at the moment of still have to find the balanced step again with work, but it's a really beautiful invitation..

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"market strategist" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"market strategist" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"Just say a little prayer. Something like that and. I like to. Start my diet with. Show me. got. Stake to God I'm just putting that new better comments that I do. Believe in the higher in on the larger love, energy and a decide. What would you have me today? Who Do I need to serve? Show me the police and they've just removes me from. The E. Yeah love it and I really I really wish that more people would really focus on the element in focus on the service as well because. We can get so caught up in the metrics that it's not about Hungary. Slow is it's about the people that you're actually hoping? It s lately and look nowadays with the Algorithm. It doesn't matter Back in the united few years ago, maybe like the mole follows, you had people sawyer stuff, but now the algorithm is of such that even if you have. Tons of followers. It doesn't actually guarantee you that people are GonNa see in e have thousand followers that are at the. Love year as opposed to ten thousand followers, you've or or gone through whatever like that? And you'll make money out of the you know like you will literally have a better business. Yeah, out of that one thousand followers be a love what you do that will be connected to you absolutely awesome. No, with actually the most other Diane. She was sorry paranoid about people following here in the Who Doing? What am I not doing that? People around following me? I'm like new case landfall, you just not credible despite on the people that are actually following year and for. Serving the place of The content that you're sharing the actually speaking to your ideal client allies. That's to general. It's not going to go anyway. Yeah, you know the people who following on following you usually butts or you and then followed the then are GonNa be clients nets just ban Angie. That's just vanity metrics say yes. We just have to focus on message on asset. End. Just Nar that whoever is meant to see that MRS will see it. You really need to spread jaw strategy at. Different entry points sorry yet said that you'll. Message is actually being seen as well sorry. So. Let's talk a little bit about masculine feminine in Business. That you love to talk about in regards to creating that balance. So what are some of the things that you say when? You feel you're. mooring today. Feminine Energy. What's going on that basis? True Fi into the masculine. Alone.

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"market strategist" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"market strategist" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"And I was like Oh, my God, and it just been everything up to me I was twenty at that point, and prior to that I was severely depressed inside. That was my my introduction to. Hurt the light I suppose. And then united to get a meditation was Kinda Stop, and then I started getting performance well. Feel back into the dock in for a good five years, and then after that obviously when you. Docking! Things break here than you kind of need to grow again and sire I found your gum yet, and that really saved me breath, work, movement, Yoga, meditation, stuff, and then moving in with being interested in astrology in swells with all that all of that stuff. Now I've. Really. Into the embodiment work into what how my body feels and. What it's telling me because my buddy talks to me loudly end. When something's on alignment, my buddy will tell me. And I'm sure a lot of people here and use the cycles at Ryan fast-melt cycles. To gauge my energy, not just with my business. Reply Live, and so it's all kinds of. Evidence just interconnected astrology sobbing working with amazing coach. He has helped me a lot with my mindset and rewiring with neuropathy. Is Things like that from child with stuff? Sorry, there is so much work that goes into. Denting business I bad. Yeah it's not just strategy strategy is oh, Gosh, you could just work on. into hand Riley Mindset. Volume work all goes hand in hand with our business strategy, because we can have a great business g, but if we unbelieving if we in Value L. Work, if we you know getting caught up with all the fees and delays from Childhood in all the experiences, ever Baynes, room, we the of that success than we can absolutely us as Axa show. I see it all the time and. You know I've experienced myself. ninety doing it sometimes as low. Income up with really good excuses for it..

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"market strategist" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"market strategist" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"On strike way except Woodley. It makes decisions Avianca show, but then it also makes your clients decision. Easy out with I WANNA work with you on on Ryan. Yes and it makes the decision figure easy up with you WANNA. To present. Like. Straight as well. La just off I know that you Christine, but if you use the Gar like just take on everybody. and. The people pleaser, and even if it didn't feel good, because I was just saying. I find now that win. I choose who will WANNA work with I'm attracting the people who. Are Perfect for me as well so it's. It's a two a straight. It's so important honestly to create a sustainable business. You sure what you feeling your time with declines, you love with that actually not you. Otherwise you'd numbers central, and then you'll actually pay your business within six months like it can happen quite quickly. and. I'm sure that's happened to a lot of people here. Who Listening? To me, it has me before I making missile women, and I literally hated when I did ends are when I felt pregame an. Edible, and then I joined program with the LADONNA and I realized it wasn't what I D that I didn't like it was flicking with. That's when I really niche down. Yes, an love it tell us what does being so lead brand mean to you. Would question. It means being really truthful to yourself festival about what he wants about what you want to the world about how you WanNa. Because it actually comes from more of a service rather than a getting. During his off, just WANNA. Get into business to make money in to get money in to get fame or to get you know whatever it's more of. What can I do that is ab-. Service in how is and how aligned am I to bash. In my integrity overtime with how I seek in how I show up, and it's actually more of Venus sold. My business is more of like a personal growth I really believe it's huge. Personal guards projected. Check yourself all the time. The alignment because if you're not then. People feel that absolutely not kind of know Nike your. That's kind of this way can just hide behind the brand to slowly. Businesses is literally zoo it's it's hot, it's..

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"market strategist" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

The Next Level Life Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"market strategist" Discussed on The Next Level Life Podcast

"Up level and mindset, motivation and business to make a positive and meaningful impact in the world today, so if you love what you do and want to hear from inspiring through ladies and successful business. Where we have real conversations and real connections, then this is for you. I want to assist you in finding the clary in a win as you need up, little your mindset and set your soul on fire to take math, it aligns action in your business, so you can take your life to the next level. Ready to get started. Let's. I am so excited to welcome college to the podcast. Thank you so much for joining me. Thank you for having me. State really excited to be yeah me, too. I'm really genuinely just excited about our compensation. Because we've been chatting a little bit back absence, we did the rise about some. It'd be chatting a little bit about so led businesses in the concepts that you take your clients through when it comes to their marketing, it comes to creating a brand online showing up online so I would love just to get. Jesus yourself until a little bit about what it is that you do in your. Journey Sipho. Like, Hey I'm Ed. Brandon Marketing Strategist Mental. I've been in your mind wells for over twenty years. I started as a web designer graphic design back in the early two thousands I kind of fell into it because always in. as a legal secretary and I started working at one of the shopping roles in. Online shopping malls in. A never really liked what I did. offend great interest in sitting Rachel the web developers in the graphic designers in. The time that I set it. I was actually working out Microsoft, so I'm from then on I left. My job ends Much in the online well, sorry, I've the last gosh. It's been twenty years now. It's taken. A united ceremony changes of Agawam pivoted so many times that since about two thousand sixteen solely with Soekarno women and helping them the business in helping them be saying online pretty much. Sorry, yeah, and and meeting from the web development side to the marketing side in the brand side because that ease one of the most. Important things that we need to focus on because I know that a lot of women needs to come to the lager Neva website in Do it for them and what it was, there was no marketing those yet. And I and I sold at Would ask me questions so I'll be coaching them through. As a Web, designer and sire. As last year, I decided to give it my business again in. Small on.

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U.S. stocks rise on coronavirus vaccine, reopening optimism

WBZ Morning News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. stocks rise on coronavirus vaccine, reopening optimism

"Street yesterday a lot of optimism also comes from a vote of confidence about the fate of the long term economy from the federal reserve art Hogan is chief market strategist at national security says he's also cautiously optimistic okay this the the second quarter and likely last month was probably the worst of the economic data it's certainly going to get bad and they continue to be bad but it's the the crescendo of thirty six million people filing for unemployment it's just that we that we frozen on purpose to stop the spread of a virus we need to make more progress in the health care from reading here about therapeutics that are working and we need to get on the path so that sexy by the way it does appear that experts believe that a few more million could be out of work in the coming weeks yesterday Dow Jones up about four percent it's giving back much of that today Wall Street bouncing all

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We need to change our economic indicators to keep up with the crisis

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:21 min | 1 year ago

We need to change our economic indicators to keep up with the crisis

"Know once you get past the scale of the job losses with the latest numbers on first time claims for unemployment. They came out this morning putting the total at just under twenty seven million people who've lost their jobs once you get past that scale it is the speed. That's amazing. Twenty seven million jobs vaporized in five weeks which poses a challenge for those of us who observe analyze this economy accustomed as we are to quarterly and monthly data. Being good enough. So economists are getting creative. Marketplace's refinish war gets is going. The great recession played out gradually over eighteen months. What's happening today's instead of playing out of a months and years playing out of days and weeks. Justin Wolfer is a professor of economics at University of Michigan our friends. Gdp and the unemployment rate are reported once a month once a quarter but we need is economic indicators. To tell us what's happening today. Andrew Chamberlain is chief economist at glass door. He says luckily we live in an age of data. We have really different ways of measuring the economy today than we have a decade ago tech platform social media specialized firms have all kinds of useful real time. Data take for example would job search platforms can tell us you've got Twenty million unemployed Americans. You Might WanNa know whether they are all expecting to go back to work or not You might want to know if they're out there searching for jobs or not. The Federal Reserve looks at data from credit card processors to know how people are spending and payroll processing from. Adp to track jobs. Both of those come out. Weekly Ben Hur's on is an economist with IHS market the TSA started making available The public passenger traffic At airports on a daily basis in real time. And so we could see that passenger traffic at us. Airports had fallen like ninety five percent by the end of March. Weekly chain store sales. Tell us about spending electricity. Use can be a proxy for economic output. As for what exactly it's all telling US Gary Schlossberg is global market strategist with the wells. Fargo Investment Institute. They still show the economy continuing to decline. But there are a couple which are beginning to bottom out a little bit you know. There's some hope straws in that the economy is still weakening but approaching about whatever the indicator once you hit bottom. There's nowhere to go but up

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Containing the Coronavirus: What's the Risk to the Global Economy?

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Containing the Coronavirus: What's the Risk to the Global Economy?

"Talking about said the risks to the global economy from the spreading coronavirus middle you're saying are you expect the likes of the tourism and services sector to be under quite significant pressure what does it mean I follow a lot of these emerging market currencies as well because that's likely to hurt a lot of their economies to if we do see some more depressed weakness for these currencies yep that's a good question I think the impact conservation currencies in the authority of the fact that there are signs of some of the pressure of the summation of Moffat's acts may be elite gauging flowing short term but I think you know the reality is that this has left all of buying on Monson dollar strength has been ignoring connected across the emerging market FX spectrum hi you wouldn't like me to currencies the on the pressure but you know as you mentioned the the the currencies of the you know more prone to supply chain pressures need lookalikes of cream on for instance huh Hey pretty hard and then you look at the boys and then you look at things like single Thailand sorry type offerings and continue out there to the overall trade implications and he just he just pulled myself on EM at a time when risk aversion is being elevated to the only copy out here is that we've already seen a lot of pain it's a question now with the U. S. starting to being Gulf more more in terms of market pressures as to whether the dollar can continue to strengthen as much as a hospital yeah the Bloomberg dollar spot index is flat this morning we saw a lot of strength in the yen but it's backed off the strongest levels Dalian for instance was one oh seven oh four this morning when I first looked at it one of seven seventy two now can you watch markets to get some wisdom more do you think that there's it's just too dissonant yeah I think I just having it is it patriotism at the moment I think the markets are in a bit of a panic mode I think we're seeing extreme moves on equities on bones on on commodities as well under nonsense okay is that there is some clues as to how much it could impact the economy but I suspect we're already in to exaggerated moves in terms of most of the markets at the moment currently we're not going to see more pain but I think the C. isn't a novel overtaking the reality in terms of what this is going to mean for the economic outlook there's no doubt that we couldn't see it more likely declining growth in Q. one I'm probably on the other hand you know does not smoke that global growth could end up in the recession this year closer to an office and handle on the global economy but you know we probably will see some recovery at least in Q. two the question is is the shape of a little device early was a hockey stick type of coverage and in your view what is it clothing at this stage it doesn't look very sharp nearly the most it could be a you or as you said the allocation type recovery I think the impact is going to be more of a longer more pronounced in the had been initially expected I want to tell us how how how you get run I just gonna say how did you gauge the economy before the coronavirus it improving or sideways yeah actually we were seeing encouraging signs of improvement and you know there were tentative signs generally that the global economy whistles on the phone according to this year we could not get a lot of the forward looking indicators or anything of the PMI I'm not was starting to be exhibited not data unfortunately not enough well paid things look obviously not much worse than they did the problem was that it was a frightening recovery from a very weak footing last year and clearly you know the global economy really wasn't in the position to take this sort of shock that exceed non about supply I guess the risks are more intense than it would have been otherwise just very very quickly about gold that drop we saw last week was that people more sort of maybe selling out to cover margin positions because gold does seem to be still some way you'd want to put your money at the moment yeah I think that's exactly right at me we will be hearing a lot of margin Coles is a lot of everything taking place in the main office philosophy generally work was something that I think I agree having colder still a safe place and I think this liquidation probably won't apply to gold as much as it does to a process Patel always great to have you inside thanks so much for being with us until the Duchess EMI G. market strategist TD securities

Dow closes with loss of 877 points in second day of rout

WBZ Afternoon News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

Dow closes with loss of 877 points in second day of rout

"It wasn't as bad as yesterday but that's really not saying much the markets taking another pounding today on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrials down about three and a quarter percent the nasdaq down nearly three percent in the S. and P. five hundred down a little more than three percent second day in a row of those steep losses across the board we get the very latest now with an update from ABC another big drop on Wall Street the closing bell ending a second straight day of a three percent drop for the Dow today chip eight hundred seventy five points the reason for Monday's thousand plus point drop in today's the same uncertainty about the effects of corona virus on the world economy now the cases are popping up outside of China national securities chief market strategist art Hogan says we thought looked in large part this was gonna be a China specific epidemic with most of the cases that were discovered largely in China most of the deaths in China and most of the reaction in

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Global stock markets plunge on coronavirus fears

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Global stock markets plunge on coronavirus fears

"Increasing worries about how the corona virus might affect the global economy meant a rough day for stocks sell was the word of the day yesterday as the Dow Jones industrial average dropped more than a thousand points the biggest point decline in more than two years investors fled to safe havens like gold which climbed for the eighth session in a row it is now reached a seven year high JJ Kinahan is chief market strategist with TD Ameritrade the market doesn't react well the unknowns the fact that we saw the corona virus spreading to parts of Europe now you have governments shutting down public buildings at cetera shares of travel health insurers and high flying technology stocks were among the hardest hit American Airlines dropped eight point five percent UnitedHealth group was off seven point eight percent and Facebook tumbled four point five percent the corona viruses hurt Chinese manufacturing exports and consumption this year include doing economic growth around the planet as factories worldwide depend on supply chain tied to China

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Apple will miss revenue forecast as coronavirus impacts its manufacturing and sales

WBZ Afternoon News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Apple will miss revenue forecast as coronavirus impacts its manufacturing and sales

"An economic impact from corona viruses some large American companies have cut revenue forecasts for this quarter due to the disease apple and Walmart say problems affecting their supply chains is going to have an impact the iPhone maker shut down all of its forty two stores in China last month as the country impose travel restrictions on millions market strategist are Hogan says fears of the illnesses spread is not only affecting apple supply chain but sales within China I think it's important for investors to realize that there's damage is temporary not permanent meaning that the actual sales that were not made in the month of February and perhaps in March will certainly get picked up in the second quarter the second half so I think that that we look at that says that it's temporary economic damage apple but certainly facing it in the current quarter in other words for every iPhone not sold in China this quarter that's two phones that will potentially be sold elect

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U.S. stocks finish at records as trade optimism buoys markets

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

01:16 min | 2 years ago

U.S. stocks finish at records as trade optimism buoys markets

"For more now on the impact of trade on the broader markets were joined by casino Hooper invesco chief global market strategist the casino last week so the elimination or the three directions of many many risks to the global economy and many concerns for business for investors are we now though in danger of peak optimism given that we're at records all over the place I think we are in danger of peak optimism because we do not have a phase one trade deal signed and there's still some things that can go wrong we also don't have as much clarity on breaks it certainly the U. K. Alexian has moved us closer that but there's still some risks there as well so I think there's this general euphoria because economic policy uncertainty has come down but I do think it could lead to a frothy markets' that could be made vulnerable if something goes wrong what can go wrong though is it safe to say that we're in the clear at least until the end of the year I think we are but we will want to see when that phase one trade deal is signed and there could be some issues as we move forward keep in mind that China has historically been very reluctant to be pinned down to exact purchases and we heard that the details are very murky around that I think that that's one area where we could see friction arise between the US

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Understanding China's Role in Tech Trade Wars

Bloomberg Businessweek

04:55 min | 2 years ago

Understanding China's Role in Tech Trade Wars

"Ever want to continue our conversation Nosta with us is Billy Carolina chief market strategist haven't stuff isn't capital management global investment strategist at the photo red mount and also still with us is running for re her her book is don't be evil have big tech betrayed its founding principles and all of us is great for your stocking stuffers in a season because flag big stock there's like this is like a must read because it does it's really really hard time it is a story of our time and impacts the matter what industry you said before the break you know one of the things we need to get into is China's role in all of this tell us a bit about that where you see how that plays it right well this is the story the at the economic story right now tax trade wars this is really about China and the U. S. going different ways in terms of how the internet is going to be governed in terms of strategic technologies I keep hearing from a lot of Chinese investors that they they believe they're going to have their own ecosystem they've already got their own big tech players Ali Baba ten cent by do all those but that they are going to actually have their their own supply chains their own consumer brands in a company like Xiaomi is already doing better in some in some areas than apple in China so this is a big split coming and it's really interesting it's provoking some fascinating strange bedfellows in the US you know you see a company like Google is saying well you know maybe we should be a national champion here you know teaming up with the defense department thinking about how to kind of ring fence the the ecosystem in the U. S. same again with Amazon they've tried to ring fence government purchasing my worry is the overall ecosystem now I worry that you're you're gonna end up with a scenario where four five big players have the entire pie and that doesn't work we've got to make room for other other companies really SO four five players sort of connotes that there would be a monopoly yeah and yet we seem to need a new definition for monopoly right because an awfully pertains to price increases generally as a rule in an industrial economy bought in this kind of surveillance capitalistic information economy that's really not the case yeah and you know that the point about prices so profound because you're absolutely right that the whole Chicago school you know as long as prices are going down everything's fine doesn't fit when you're you're not doing a transaction in dollars you're doing and date as of barter transactions so that's not a that's that's very opaque market and that's why you have this asymmetry in this kind of superstar fact with an Amazon or Google they've got all the information you don't have any information so I think we are going to need some regulatory shifts to deal that so as you sort of finish reporting and writing this and as you go out and talk to people I mean as we've been saying or not just saying because you're I mean it is the story of our time it's incredibly timely are you more optimistic less optimistic have you changed your own sort of behavior or your thoughts about this to the process well I I absolutely have I mean I've done a digital detox it was kind of actually by force that I last Christmas I dropped my cell phone on Christmas Eve with that company issued phone and I couldn't get a replacement I was like you know going off cigarettes or something for forty eight hours I was twitchy it kept reaching in my pocket so I do that regularly now I've actually cut down the amount of times I check email which by the way it takes you five minutes to reset every time you interrupt so your productivity I mean that's a whole nother topic lost product the productivity conundrum probably has something to do with technology and and the effects of these for no I think it's a really good point and and you see more and more advice saying you know check your email certain you know a certain amount of time in a time yeah not constantly letting it kind of interrupt your work flow I do wonder though in terms of regulatory oversight where it's all headache yeah well there's there's two big schools of thought I mean one is that look we can work within the existing system and just make some small tweaks the other thought this is more about how the Europeans are going is we're gonna need a really profound reshaping I mean that the Europeans are talking about public data banks you know where you would that the public sector would own this this data but on the other hand you've got California coming in saying Hey maybe we need a digital sovereign wealth funds because at the end of the day if data is the new oil you have to make sure that that value can be shared what can I just add something please a runner said earlier in regards to the the the capture of information and the and the anticipation of what is about to occur and you know dropping the phone things of that sort one of the concerns that's been expressed has been whether or not the machine learning will have accomplished so much that it knows what you're going to do in anticipation of and therefore it is and you have free will you don't really does come down to that yeah it really has a it has a makes all the as a matrix feel to it

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Fed to buy Treasury bills starting next week to ease money-market pressure

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

09:23 min | 2 years ago

Fed to buy Treasury bills starting next week to ease money-market pressure

"East fed judge our own Paul this week said that the central bank will resume buying treasury securities to avoid a repeat of the recent turmoil in money markets while leaving his options open on interest rates he indicated that the purchases would be made up of treasury bills and he stressed that it should not be seen as a return of crisis area Cutie I want to emphasize that the growth of our balance sheet for reserve management purposes should in no way be confused with a large scale asset purchase programs that we deployed after the financial crisis neither the recent technical issues nor the purchases of treasury bills we are contemplating to resolve them should materially alter the stance of monetary policy use of got more with Steven and is had a pack of market strategist to add ACSI trade you know let's face the facts I think the you know looking back here back twenty seventeen twenty sixteen we knew the feds they're going to have this on enviable task when it came to unwinding this massive balance sheet now you know it came to logger heads as September when there's a delusion paper hitting the markets with tax receipts going out yeah this really put a lot of pressure on overnight finding markets just couldn't find an offer the repo market so these things just reeks of trouble but you know starting on that side of the street a couple decades ago tell you funding is always tight around quarter and and especially here and so for a lot of the you know or report guys this wasn't really that much of a catastrophe but fortunately the fed to come to the rescue the provided there one week to week repose they offered overnight repose unnecessary to suit the market's concern and I really think this reserve management policy aspect of Q. we is right on I think this is enough to help out the primary dealers deal with the delusion paper that's on the street right now Stephen how much more are you expecting the fed to deliver on in terms of rate cuts as we end up twenty nineteen going to twenty twenty I think the market Smith's pricing expectations of the states markets always want more that's for sure I think what we're looking at here is the fed's pretty March a highlighter overnight lows J. power highlighted overnight is the payroll data he seems to be happy with the number coming in around the three month average coming around around a hundred fifty seven thousand that suggests that city's gonna benchmark somewhere lower we think that benchmark somewhere around a hundred thirty five thousand we think it moves below there I think the sh the feds then do share from the sort of and easing cycle to the fullest easing cycle I think is really predicated on the data the feds have definitely shifted back into data dependency counseling and one work one rate cut I would be surprised if two hits if we see a deterioration which I think is unlikely mind you the generation on the payroll data but you know we'll have to just play it by ear and see how the data plays a I mean you look at break even Steven I mean this is a measure of expected inflation and we are at the lowest level in three years how does that play into how strategy should be done in US assets at the moment with everything we've talked about historically that suggests you know there's lots of wiggle room here policy wiggle room for the fence these but you know the inflation metrics of below for so long it doesn't even appear globally the delusions central bank gazing across the board is affecting inflation in any part of the world so I'm not sure how much a deeper move lower and overnight funding is gonna have stoked inflationary first that's a concern the feds have they got to deal with this I think more so they're really concerned about the effects of this global growth the X. if weeding everywhere impacting the US economy were starting to see that the manufacturing sector we all know the big talk here everybody's worried about it moving into the consumption sector I think this is what what they're most concerned about what they really want to defend possibly by taking more aggressive preemptive action that I even think they're they're going to come come forward with later in the week the FOMC minutes show policy makers are getting down to serious business that particularly focused on inflation J. Paul is promising to offset persistent on the shooting of the fed's two percent target by line prices to run above that for a period of time the problem is that how may no longer had the central bank when it comes to the time to follow through on the advice we got more with making a moccasin global chief economist at society general if we look ahead I would expect to see further rate cuts from the fed at this stage I think the triggers for the rate cut is basically the economic data that'll be coming in slowing pace of job creation leading indicators on the PMI I think all of that will feed into the fed's decision process but I think importantly if we look at just how low the fed will go we expect that coming into twenty twenty one we will see the range on the fed funds rate at back to zero zero point twenty five and one of the reasons for that is because we're building in this idea of a new under under shoot overshoot wrote world if we can call it that on the inflation side from the fed which means that it's it's a it's not an exact science but it probably means we get about fifty basis points lower than we may have been otherwise if we were just mechanically applying the old rule from the the the the rule that's currently being communicated by the fed so I do think even in the short term it gives us more monetary easing from the US side now coming back to to my previous point I think monetary policy help stabilize the situation what I really question is whether it can give us that that lift off that we previously been thinking about you know previously when you come into a downturn the central bank eases policy trade policy help stabilize the situation what I really question is whether it can give us that that lift off that we previously been thinking about you know previously when you come into a downturn the central bank eases policy this helps credit constraints on various balance sheets and it also increases demand for credit but also importantly at bye bye getting that strong lift down on the interest rate you get that accelerating effect and I did struggle to see how that's coming through at this point in time I I belong to the group of economists that think that there is such a thing as a reversal rate where if you get interest rates very deeply into negative for very long period of time it starts actually to hurt the economy rather than help the economy now if you ask me where exactly that reversal rate is the answer is I'll tell you what we've seen it because it's not something that any of us with any accuracy can pre defined but I do think we're getting lower levels I still think monetary policy is positive at this stage but just not that strong acceleration okay which was talk about the fact that straight to your because you take me very naturally that have we hate is a reverse the race with a negative rates in Europe at the moment but I think what we're seeing is a it's a very fragmented picture across Europe because there is the German rates yeah as for example the Italian right so it's a very different picture but what we have seen and I think this is an indication that we are getting closer to that reversal rate we have seen a lot of noise out of the German financial industry some of the the larger managers there warning us about the potential damages of those very low interest rates and very negative interest rates as a process over the longer term keep in mind that the German banks will find it very difficult to pass on the negative rates to their retail consumers keep in mind that the pension and insurance companies will also be struggling the lower the longer rate environment stays with us for and then there's a final point to the lower for longer is that it has been encouraging that hunt for yield so at some point in time we can be concerned how much longer can you continue to sustain asset valuations that a mismatch with fundamentals but being supported by liquidity okay I'm gonna should be a Greek government bond jeans at you and I I'm Tracy myself with old live three thirty five forty percent years that have like a ten year government bond paper what I need to know from you is what back one point forty one attends yesterday grease joined the negative bone to cloud the issue thirteen week bills negative point zero two is this is this Paul McGann madness or is it perfectly acceptable logic I think it's perfectly acceptable logic and for two reasons for this so first of all if we think about what's going on today are we worried that there's going to be a new debt restructuring increase and to my mind the answer is no are we worried that we're going to see and in the foreseeable future any kind of except by Greece from the euro again my answer is no and as an investor looking at grace looking at a hunt for you to Asian it makes perfect sense to go into Greece at this point in time just from the from the belief of those two questions now of course if things start to deteriorate again we could be in a very different a position but in the short time I think it's very consistent what we're seeing

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China lowers expectations for U.S. trade talks after blacklist: officials

Bloomberg Daybreak

02:01 min | 2 years ago

China lowers expectations for U.S. trade talks after blacklist: officials

"Begin with relations between the US and China continuing to deteriorate just the day before trade negotiations resume after blacklisting eight Chinese tech companies the US is now slapping visa bans on officials link to the mass detention of Muslims in China we get the latest from Bloomberg Selena weighing in Beijing the mood going into these trade talks could be worse the timing is quite provocative it's no or they were just days away from the trade talks and this is the first significant public step by major world government to take action against Beijing on these alleged human rights violations inching John which the U. N. has said as many as one million ethnic Uighurs and Muslims have been detained in the region while China has defended itself by saying that this is part of its legitimate counterterrorism efforts and since this news has come out to this alleged violations have been put front and center on the global stage and this is the last thing China wants to be highlighted in the public fear the travel ban rattled investors late yesterday sending the S. and P. five hundred lower by one and a half percent despite that travel ban and blacklist China is still open to a partial trade deal that's according to an official with direct knowledge of the talks meanwhile Chinese state media offers low expectations for tomorrow's negotiations Bloomberg market strategist David Finnerty has more there's an editorial in the global times newspaper which is out of China I mean if they keep the phone into a common theme to one of the attitudes the US is not sincere the mutual distrust is increasing and that's with a voice for China so I think when it come out of this nothing be resolved I think president trump level ratchet up tennis title retaliate building going so I think she I think president trump will be the one who watch will blink first I think the reason being is that stock market does start to down take I think he called a forty gun selection with that going down and I think he knows that himself Bloomberg news has learned officials in Beijing would accept a limited trade agreement as long as no more tariffs are imposed by president shrub including two rounds of higher levy set to take effect this month in in December and the Financial Times reports China is offering to buy an extra ten billion dollars of

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"market strategist" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"market strategist" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A day on Aaron a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts to more than a hundred twenty countries I'm Michael bar this is Bloomberg make them all right Michael thank you we are live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios where it's five forty eight on Wall Street let's get a read on where these markets could be headed now for that we bring in Christina Hooper chief global market strategist at invesco course markets gotten off to a really rough start to the fourth quarter here Christina do you think the bull market is over. I don't think the bull market is over but we're definitely in a pause mode really the reality of the trade wars hit U. S. markets on Tuesday with that ISM manufacturing print and so now there is heightened sensitivity to economic data coming out especially following on all the weakness we seen in your its own data and so we're going to be highly sensitive I think today to the I. S. and services print and of course tomorrow to the September jobs report of course the markets have been sensitive to the trade war for some time now what made this services print this week different or or is it different. well it's different because keep in mind that we had put fears of recession behind us after the yield curve on inverted right we had an inverted yield curve in August and there was all this concern about recession and then of course the yield curve steep and economic data was fairly good and so at least for US investors they put those fears aside and they came those chickens came back to roost on Tuesday and so of course now if there is more and more talk about the possibility of recession and of course the impact that the trade wars are having certainly the US is not on the front lines of the trade works when it comes to damage being raped but there's a growing recognition that we are not going to go on skates particularly if the trade wars last longer and get worse so are you thinking then are you on the side of of the U. S. perhaps heading toward a recession us sooner than we thought up to now. I am not by our base case is that the US economy decelerating the next year but that it avoids recession however so much of this will be dictated by what happens with the trade wars in the next several months. so what do you looking at in terms of that we've got the talks coming up next week is there reason to think that we might see anything positive come out of the resumption of negotiations. watch the resumption of negotiations by the impending twenty twenty U. S. presidential election I believe that the closer we get to that election date the more likely it is that the U. S. capitulate that it takes small concessions from China and calls it a day with the trade war we talk about political risk you couldn't help but notice president trump yester me of obviously with his Twitter feed he's blamed ups and downs in the in the US stock market for a lot of different things but yesterday he tweeted that the impeachment inquiry is what caused yesterday's sell off do you see that. definitely not and we've seen it historically if that really impeachment inquiry is that kind of political that that does kind of political events really are just background noise what markets care about of course is fundamentals but also macro events like trade I don't think there's really a lot of space to worry about impeachment. so you don't think there's any reason for investors to to price in the political risk it anyway. certainly not now I mean really the only geopolitical risk they should be pricing and and worried about is as the US China trade works. so where do you see opportunity in this market right now given all the volatility the all the volatility we see not just this quarter but you don't really over the last year and a half or more. well there are opportunities everywhere and we have to recognize that in the U. S. valuations are stretched but there's still pockets of opportunity and especially for those with a long enough time horizon attractive areas have popped up like technology if we go around the world valuations are far more attractive emerging market equities look attractive if a in particular China China continues to be hurt by concerns is that it will not fair well in these trade wars and certainly some of the data has borne that out but I believe that China will throw enough stimulus at its economy both fiscal and monetary to keep growing at a decent pace and of course sich Chinese stocks do look attractive as well in this environment. Hooper thank you as always that's Kristine Hooper chief global market strategist at invesco Karen. thank you it is currently five of fifty three on Wall Street it's time.

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Hopes for trade breakthrough fade as China cancels U.S. farm visits

Bloomberg Business of Sports

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Hopes for trade breakthrough fade as China cancels U.S. farm visits

"The S. and P. five hundred index halted a three day advance with losses coming after Chinese trade officials canceled farm visits and president trump called the nation of threat match Malia's chief market strategist at Miller tabak he was our guest on Bloomberg businessweek we don't know exactly what happened why they left earlier why they didn't go to are are going to Montana what's something said in there in the negotiations that that there was hawkish and and talked and if that's the case which it seems to be a cook it certainly could be is this another situation where cheese the fed cut interest rates and then president trump isn't a great now I can be more. with with with China as for where we go from here seem a Shaw is chief strategist of principal global investors we see acting marketing relatively well over the rest of the S. I mean a very modest rally I'm not if he means that the global economy recovers us recover stabilize even towards the end of the year but it also you have to imply that that none of the shock that are threatening the global economy come

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Trump Calls China a ‘Threat to the World’ as Trade Talks Approach

Bloomberg Best

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Trump Calls China a ‘Threat to the World’ as Trade Talks Approach

"The S. and P. five hundred index halted a three day advance with losses coming after Chinese trade officials canceled farm visits and president trump called the nation of threat match Malia's chief market strategist at Miller tabak he was our guest on Bloomberg businessweek we don't know exactly what happened why they left earlier why they didn't go to why aren't going to Montana what's something said in there in the negotiations that that the was hawkish and and tough and if that's the case which it seems to be it could be certainly could be is this another situation where cheese the fed cut interest rates and then presidential descent great now I can be more. with with with China as for where we go from here seem a Shaw is chief strategist of principal global investors we see acting marketing relatively well I would have to be assigned me a very modest rally I'm not hearing that the global economy recovers after a couple stabilize even toward the end of the year but it also you have to imply that that none of the shock that a threatening the global economy come to fruition household wealth kept piling up in the second quarter but debt did too with more here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude eyes that worth rose one point six percent to one hundred thirteen point five trillion dollars on top of the prior quarters five percent gain stocks it fresh eyes on price gains remained intact as always some people are doing better than others household debt xcelerated at the fastest pace since twenty

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Should I Be Freaking Out About All This Recession Talk?

CNBC's Fast Money

06:14 min | 2 years ago

Should I Be Freaking Out About All This Recession Talk?

"Tony Dwyer is here. He's chief market strategist at Canaccord genuity. Tony Welcome and you're saying you think we have had some the mini recessions but they're over now and it's clear sailing on on the show a few weeks ago we actually we called for a correction classic strategy and I I called it right but we you know it's it's John the Airways so it was a few weeks ago that we thought that the sentiment got bad enough and that some of the data was already discounted that it was especially on the ten tenure no yield dropping the ten year yield. It was time to get more offensive so the supporting evidence to that in the mini recession call is if you look back at two thousand eleven two thousand twelve when the pigs were there and Greece was going to get knocked out of the euro and the euro was going to break up. That's as bad as a trade war right so the ten year. No you'll got back below one and a half percent percents what was interesting is not tober. Two thousand eleven the stock market bottom down nineteen point six percent the tenure didn't bottom until July of that year so in that meantime the S. and P. early twenty two percent led by the defensive into the ten year yield low in July off their you went up up and additional thirty eight percent two until the ten year got over three and three percent so the whole point here is offense should be on the field not because I have some great economic prognostication Asian but all signs are that the ten year made allow and if that's true it's replicating the two thousand eleven twelve two thousand fifteen sixteen period. Were there was clearly an industrial recession or are you making a call about the ten year going back to three percent or above or I think it will go back to two and a half percent. Nobody on the Planet Planet Kelly thought that we were going to go back to one and a half percent at this point ten years into a cycle right so what I think is happening is going back and looking at the nineteen fifty sorry to do it to you going back and looking at the nineteen fifties. There were four recessions from one thousand nine hundred forty nine thousand nine hundred sixty one. They were very brief. The market only went down about twenty percent each time time and then the market went rip into new highs very similar to now and I think technology just in time inventory. More consumption is a percentage. GDP is preventing that official recession but clearly were having these mini recessions driven by global industrial output and maybe hold argument over whether we are aren't going to have one on keeps confusing the picture because what's really happening. Is You have a bunch of growth scares you have quarters or GDP goes negative or almost goes to zero. You have market correction of ten to twenty percent but that's it's a different story than everyone who keeps bracing for. We're going to have another financial crisis in here. It comes again Tony. Let me ask you this. Though I mean think about what just happened in the last couple of weeks we've seen a major moderation in the talk about trade. We've seen massive stimulus in China. We've seen of stimulatory action by the. We've had this balance in rates. No one thought they were going to go down to one five or four or five or something like that. It just seems like we're in a spot here to get out of your mini recessions what we need to do ten years on from this economic crisis that we had. It seems like it's getting a little untenable isn't it. I mean that's the thing is it sustainable and the other point about getting back up to three thousand. It doesn't break out so what's the thing that breaks it out this time in a sustainable fashion. ECB totally disappointed in action last week there. They're coming. Terry in terms of what they were going to do to make sure that inflation got back to where they want it to be. As what drove rates in the market in the spike in the tenure they got ahead of it not by the raised by Blah Blah so I don't really care if it's twenty five or fifty basis points if they do fifty basis points on Wednesday and say we're done for the rest of the time. Market's GONNA get creamed right. They need to get ahead of the market. The highest interest rate cannot be the Fed funds rate right so what gets us over three thousand and that Dan again the the global economy's week. I'm not going to be the straps getting on here telling you oh it's good. It's getting less bad in the data. If you look at the purchasing managers there's breadth the purchasing managers index positive that's inflected off below the same thing with the OCD leading indicators competent leading indicators for the thirty six countries countries. They follow. It's inflicting off the low you can't have the market is a negative when you hit the highest level of all time but the sequential data's rolled over so that's a sale and then you hit the worst level fall time and the squinched out is getting better and that's a sale to right so. I think that the data is going to get better. Give us the playbook then what does it. What does it look like offense. I I mean Kelly. This is offense this everybody's meaning consumer discretionary financials industrials the motorcycle parts attack and again. This was our call from a couple of weeks ago where you get this reflation trade as long as the. Fed stays ahead of the curve and what shut this whole game people to put this on before their decision Wednesday. That's a big call. You make a caller. You don't know you know the views of fast money. No I'm not the greatest of all times but but again and the whole key to this thing is the Fed has to get ahead of the curve. They have to convince the market that we're not going to become Europe and go into negative I so I asked a salesperson today. Who I begged literally bagged two weeks ago. I did it on their please. Refinance your debt. Please one point four percent refinance your loan right right so I went over to the desk today I said. Did you refinancial no my my husband wants me to wait for lower rates okay. That's what the Fed wants to avoid read. Stop waiting for lower rates as low as it's going to get. Let's get in there so you know this kind of churning. We're seeing in the market today. I think has more to do with got extremely overbought in two two weeks right so maybe oil is an excuse and the Fed meeting who's going to really take an offensive playbook into bed meeting and I don't want. I don't want to suggest to to the to the viewers that I'm GonNa be calling the next tick. I'm awful at it. That's why should refinance. I think I think they they should refinance. You could have a pullback in rates. You know what's going to be interesting is to see how Saudi Arabia response to the oil crisis. You know it's not a news item or they blow up their biggest thing and they're like okay. We're good so I'm kind of waiting and to see what the global response is to the whole attack and that may create a temporary law. You can take advantage of and get offense. Thanks thank you

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"market strategist" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"market strategist" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Points. But the futures are slightly higher this morning. So could have a little bit of a comeback. They doubt futures up ninety five NASDAQ up fifty three s a p futures up thirteen long way to go to cover from yesterday's losses. And the European markets are higher in the early trading this morning. So what does this trade more mean for your investments correspondent dairy Aldinger has taken a look at that? You're learning a lot lately about trade deals, what you've seen over the last few weeks has actually been negotiation taking place publicly, which we normally don't see you're seeing all the. Sausages made so to speak JJ chief market strategist at TD Ameritrade says that sausage may have caused you to lose DOE in your investments, but he says hanging there, not necessarily panic. It's more of a reevaluation of stock. And he says we could see a run up in the markets once deal is in place. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Five G will be in the spotlight today on Capitol Hill, the Senate Judiciary committee will hold a hearing on five G, and here's more. I'm sure you're probably wondering what the heck it is from correspondent, Margaret Millar. The hearing center take place this morning as the committee probes what telecommunications companies have billed as the future of connectivity. The committee will likely discuss cyber security concerns as the world's largest maker of telecommunications equipment while way has been criticized for its close relationship with the Chinese government. It will also likely discuss the proposed merger of T mobile and sprint to companies that vowed to build a nationwide five G network and say their merger is needed to compete. With AT and T and Verizon, Mark Remillard, ABC news. Our news today brought to you by good day. New York weekdays starting at seven AM on.

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