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Stitch Fix is betting youll buy clothes its way

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

07:20 min | 4 d ago

Stitch Fix is betting youll buy clothes its way

"Bashing has changed since the covid nineteen outbreak began in that there is none. Okay. I'm exaggerating a little but what we're wearing has changed a lot one company of knows exactly how much is stitch fix it learns your style through a mix of online quizzes and outcomes and higher stylist who choose clothes specifically for you, you get a box of personalized items one at a time or as a subscription, keep what you want and send back the rest behind the scenes. The company's tack predicts what you and people like you might like. So it's always updating inventory and its in house brands but. What happens to a clothing company? Even a super techie one in a pandemic Katrina. Lake is the founder and CEO of stitch fix. We've been able to meet the client where she is where he is because our business model is predicated on this notion of personalization, and while we haven't seen these big macro disruptions all that often we see it on the micro level all the time we see people who are switching jobs. Now they're in a more casual workplace and so like those types of micro trends that we. have been able to meet the client where he or she is for years and years like that. Same Muscle help us in the last six months as we've seen this massive trend towards casualization and and frankly people buying less close. But buying more meaningful more on more thoughtfully buying clothes that that are really what they need that exact moment. How would it help you overcome something like supply chain leg, which we saw so many businesses suffer from I mean our business model has always been. We put things. Out in the world, we can know within a few a matter of weeks. This color is working better than that one this size, and we should only make this in these sizes and not those, and so that flexibility was already a capability that we were building with our vendors where we needed them to be flexible because we had such great data so that we could evolve our buys and so that was a muscle we already had created with our vendors as we think about kind of big not crow shifts like. The casualization of the workplace trend like we actually already were working on that like we already knew that the workplace was becoming more casual and so yes, like we pulled up a lot of volume in happened faster than we anticipated but I think this pandemic really has accelerated trends that were already happening. What does the data tell you about what might be coming? I think right now what we're seeing is I think some of these changes are going to be permanent. The data is showing us that first of all people are going to be buying apparel online and much much greater proportions and they were historically. So right now people are buying less close people are going on fewer vacations. People have less weddings to go to You know all the reasons people are buying less close at this very moment. And even as the market is shrinking, we are growing in the face of that. So we are taking share in that world at some point some of those categories will come back up like people will start going back out going to dinner is going on vacations, and so we do think some of that market will come back up I do think that like some of the desire to be more. Thoughtful and what people buy I think that's permanent like I mean we are all living with our things right now and I. Think we are. We are all I think realizing that there are things in our closet that we bought just because it was eighty percent off or that we bought for just one occasion and it was super cheap and now we feel weird about it being in our closet and So I do think people are going to be more thoughtfully buying probably fewer things that mean more in their lives and I think that's a good trend for us and I think the casualization of the workplace is a permanent trend I mean I think that's that's one that's been happening for years and years, and you know if we imagine a world in which more people are working from home and. People have more flexibility you know we're going to be asking are close to be serving more of a multi-purpose. You know like kind of the I want something that I could wear on zoom and then work out and then come back to work beyond Zuma gotten right and so you know I think that there is going to I think that that casualization or the workplace trend will will certainly continue. You mentioned that you know people may by fewer things that have more meaning to them. How is that good for you? Oh, that's great for us on our businesses always been about we want to be your partner in helping you find things that you love. So if people are less likely to be buying things just because it's on a steep discount or you know buying something to where it wants even though it doesn't fit perfectly like this is actually how we win is actually when people are really looking for the one thing that fits for the. One thing they going to really love and that's where I think. We our capabilities around personalization are much much a really showcase. I think if people are much more focused on like I'm GonNa buy not as many things, but I really WanNa love them like that is great for us. How if at all have you developed new technology or tweaked your existing recommendation technology during the pandemic, our core business has really been the. Six model where clients let us know what they're looking for, and we send them items to try on in the comfort of their own home, and of course, that model is very resonant today but we also have introduced direct by in ways that people can engage with our recommendations in new ways, and so now people can actually use their apt to be able to to buy things directly from us from recommendations and that helps. as people have more sporadic needs than they used to and so we've really thought about how do we capitalize on this moment when people are really thinking about kind of new ways to do things and and we'd be as relevant as we can. Your Chief Operating Officer said on your most recent earnings, call that the company plans to automate more to approve improve efficiency. Can you give me some details about how to work? You know we still have a lot of low hanging fruit in our on in our operations and You know this has been a business that grew to be you know one point, seven, billion dollars in just about ten years and and so we we built a lot of things quickly and You know there are simple things like as examples you know we can make our warehouses more dense by having multiple kind of layers of how we store things, and so that's kind of a simple example of like if we can actually build more vertically in our warehouses, we can make our warehouses more efficient we also have been starting to use. Robots to help our. Associates to be able to do their jobs more efficiently, and so that's capital investment that we've been making our warehouses and so you know I think there's still a fair amount of low hanging fruit in terms of making sure that our warehouses can be as efficient and that we're using as much technology to make our warehouse associates jobs as as good as we can. Necessarily talking about algorithms that fully replace actual human stylists. No, that's not actually what we are referring to. There I mean we are algorithms can continue to be better in butter but like our stylists are such a valuable and differentiating part of our business like I think we really believe that we can continue to invest in Algorithms to help our silence to be better and help me are stylish jobs better and more effective and easier But I think that that combination is such a secret sauce of ours. Katrina Lake is the founder and CEO of stitch. Fix.

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"micro trend" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"micro trend" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Call eight nine eight eight. Josh, that's eight. Eight eight nine eight eight. Josh? I'm going to talk more about the human rights abuses, I as someone in finance. I see that China is such a global behemoth. I would argue that the way the president gets this deal done through the will the American people in a way that you will will unite left and right is by talking about the human rights abuses, the one child policy, the policy that is against women's rights on both sides of the aisle, forcing women to gain an abortion against their will, you know, horrible horrible procedures not only that they have internment camps mass interment camps. They are burning and destroying churches. They are they have the largest concentration camp system. You know that, that, would you know, kind of rival what Hitler did? I mean, this, this is not a happy regime who they just have happened to have a certain way of thinking in other nice and not take the Chinese. I'm talking about the communist party. The, the People's Party, the party rules, everything and president gee needs to be broken wing to look for ways to infect their markets to infect them. I mean why do you think they're party? This is an interesting article. I just read this morning. Where they are banning video games certain types of video game. Same. That's what's good. I wish we end video games. But we have companies that could really help cripple. The Chinese government and we have things that we have allowed for example, the. Messiaen. This is a huge story. The MSCI is allowing as much as a trillion dollars to flow in Chinese stocks, the first step happens in this from Steve sugar rudes article the first step happened in twenty seventeen. So think of it this way. You've index fund the S and P five hundred has five hundred of the largest capitalisation stocks in the market in the US Connie. But then you have these emerging markets ATF's or indexes and many those indexes that are in your 4._0._1._K, or in your brokerage account. They don't have exposure to what are called China H-shares, so that's mainland China. So the first step happened in twenty seventeen they allowed locally traded Chinese stocks known as h shares in the emerging markets index then in the summer of two thousand eighteen the first trickle of this huge flow. Oh of money started going in Twitter called A-Shares. So that is mainland Chinese stocks before, because the Chinese government was communistic. The index is said, we will not allow this. I think the president's listening he needs to put, you know, he could potentially put pressure but it's pretty much already done. They're, they're millions being made on this concept. It is a massive micro trend that will grow bigger and bigger, and, and he talks about in this article interestingly it wasn't an announcement from SEI it didn't come from Chinese regulators. This came from Wall Street, the folks on Wall Street have been behind this story. Now, now, they're catching up, and we could see over a trillion dollars flowing into Chinese stocks nieces as much as two trillion into the next decade due to China A-Shares being included in the index. So the president. Said, you know, we're going to halt this. If you don't stop. So how strong will he get? I think this is a major issue or some days, the economist in may that the person who wants our economy to boom. I think well, you know. Why is he doing this was he fighting China? I mean it's gonna hurt our economy yards. See former suffering, which why he passed a farmers Bill, which is not really politically conservative, but pay, let's give the farmers money. Nobody wants to lose election in Iowa or Michigan or Wisconsin. So. But if we win this, this could be huge. And how do we win this, I think by focusing on the moral problems of the Chinese because people, you know, if you know, I know and I'm sure our guest, Anthony Scaramucci new knows the, the power of the markets. You want access to that market. You want access to sell your products in China. But do you really want them to continue their out human rights abuses, and I would say, no? So call us now. We have time to talk to you about any question. You have on musk. Ex SpaceX raises over a billion this year is the internet satellite production, ramps up. The Dow headed for its fifth straight negative week the longest losing streak since twenty eleven. Think it could be a buying opportunity. And there's a lot going on. So give us a call. There's an attempt to ban assault weakened northeastern states are arguing that the salt cap will cause devastation, but recent tax filings show revenue increases in New York and New Jersey. It was always a long shot, a quick, Sidiq lawsuit by four northeastern states to squelch. The Trump tax law cap on the salt deduction, the state local tax deduction is being undermined by a repetitive. Drip of strong economic data New York, Connecticut Maryland, New Jersey will get their first hearing in June on a last gasp, attempt to kill one of the most controversial provision of twenty seventeen to do, so they're attorneys are relying turning generals are relying on early nineteen hundreds news clippings and civil war era, congressional debate over whether to even have an income tax. That'd be great no income tax. So give us a call. If you have questions on stocks, bonds, mutual funds. Whatever question you have. No question is a dumb one, except the one that you do not ask. So call us now. What do you think of the Dow losing streak? I think it's all knows over China. Sometimes you gotta tune out the noise folks on your portfolio, and build a portfolio built to last. And that's my invitation for those of you wanna meet. We have just one spot left this week in Hackensack, once fought left in short hills, two spots left and Long Island three spots up to New York City. One spot left in Connecticut..

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"micro trend" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"micro trend" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Any question on stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and everybody's whatever question you have. No question is a dumb one. Except the one that you do not ask, so call us now, eight hundred three to one zero seven ten, I'm gonna talk more about the human rights abuses, I as someone in finance. I see that China is such a global behemoth. I would argue that the way the president gets this deal done through the will the American people in a way that you will will unite left and right is by talking about the human rights abuses, the one child policy, the policy that is against women's rights on both sides of the. I'll forcing women to gain an abortion against their will, you know, horrible horrible procedures not only that they have internment camps mass interment camps. They are burning and destroying churches. They are they have the largest concentration camp system, you know that, that, would you know, kind of rival what Hitler did. I mean, this, this is not a happy regime who they just have happen to have a certain way of thinking and they're nice. And I'm not talking about the Chinese. I'm talking about the communist party, the People's Party, the party rules, everything and president gee needs to be broken wing to look for ways to infect their markets to infect them. I mean why? Do you think they're party? This is an interesting article. I just read this morning. Where they are banning video games, certain types of video games thing might say what's good? I wish we we'd band video games. But we have companies that could really help cripple. The Chinese government and we have things that we have allowed for example, the. SEI. This is a huge story. The MSCI is allowing as much as a trillion dollars to flow in Chinese stocks, the first step happens in this from Steve sugar, rudes article the I have happened in twenty seventeen so think of it this way you've index on the s&p five hundred has five hundred of the largest capitalisation stocks in the market in the US Connie. But then you have these emerging markets ETF's or indexes and many those indexes that are in your 4._0._1._K, or in your brokerage account. They don't have exposure to what are called China H-shares, so that's mainland China. So the first step happened in twenty seventeen they allowed locally traded Chinese stocks known as h shares in the emerging markets index then in the summer of two thousand eighteen the first trickle of this huge flow. Oh, of money, started going in to order called A-Shares. So that his mainland Chinese stocks before, because the Chinese government was communistic the index is said, we will not allow this. I think the president's listening he needs to put, you know, he could potentially put pressure but it's pretty much already done. They're, they're millions being made on this concept. It is a massive micro trend that will grow bigger and bigger, and he talks about in this article interestingly wasn't an announcement from SCI it didn't come from Chinese regulators. This came from Wall Street, the folks on Wall Street have been behind this story. Now, now, they're catching up, and we could see over a trillion dollars flowing into Chinese stocks nieces as much as two trillion in the next decade due to China, eight years being included in the index. So what if the president? And said, you know, we're gonna halt this. If you don't stop. So how strong will he get? I think this is a major issue or some days, the economist in may the person who wants our economy to boom. I think well, you know. Why is he doing this? Why is he fighting China? I mean, it's gonna hurt our economy, yhorities farmer suffering, which why he passed a farmers Bill, which is not really politically conservative, but pay, let's give the farmers money nobody wants to lose election in Iowa or Michigan or Wisconsin. So. But if we win this, this could be huge. And how do we win this, I think by focusing on the moral problems of the Chinese because people, you know, if you know, I know and I'm sure our guest, Anthony Scaramucci new knows the, the power of the markets. You want access to that market. You want access to sell your products in China. But do you really want them to continue their out human rights abuses, and I would say, no, so call us. Eight hundred three to one zero seven ten now we have time to talk to you about any question. You have eight hundred three to one zero seven ten Elon Musk's SpaceX raises over a billion this year is the internet satellite production, ramps up. The Dow headed for its fifth straight negative week the longest losing streak since twenty eleven. I think it could be a buying opportunity. And there's a lot going on. So give us a call. Eight hundred three to one zero seven then there's an attempt to ban assault weakened northeastern states are arguing that the salt cap will cause devastation, but reason tax filings show revenue increases in New York and New Jersey. It was always a long shot. But a quick lawsuit by four northeastern states to squelch the Trump tax law cap on the salt deduction, the state local tax deduction is being undermined by a repetitive. Drip of strong economic data New York. Connecticut Maryland, New Jersey will get their first hearing in June all a last gasp, attempt to kill one of the most controversial provision of twenty seventeen to do, so they're attorneys are relying attorney general's relying on early nineteen hundreds news clippings and civil war era, congressional debate over whether to even have an income tax out the great no income tax. So give us a call. Eight hundred three to one zero seven ten eight hundred. Three to one zero seven ten. If you have questions on stocks, bonds, mutual funds. Whatever question you have. No question is a dumb one, except the one that you do not ask. So call us now. What do you think of the Dow losing streak? I think it's all knows over China. Sometimes you gotta tune out the noise folks on your portfolio, and build a portfolio built to last. And that's my invitation.

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"micro trend" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"micro trend" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"I mean, these past four months have been amazing for him. I mean, the loyalty there is incredible. Look, I'm not discounting. The fact that Zion Lewisham does feel some loyalty to do. Just that shoshefsky has brought in there. She has given them the opportunity to perform and make himself a number one draft pick. Well, giving any credit to chef ski, but just the virtue of the system that by virtue of the system that exists Zion. Williamson is position better in this current system to become the number one draft pick in the NBA in in the early summer. Well, I think that's kind of a false premise because there is this micro trend of starting with. Well, actually starting with the fab five with Michigan of but really call a pari institutionalizing, but of these like recruiting classes coming in and trae Jones, the Duke point guard was actually the one who's Zion and RJ Barrett credit with like putting the class together. And so the loyalty chat the loyalty that I think he feels is towards his quote unquote brothers and not wanting to let them down. Then you could probably talk about this personally with Michigan. But I do think it's interesting that you know, these guys are not. The first order of business for them Nutting isn't necessarily like to play for the team on the front of the jersey. Although there is some aspect of that. But just this notion of like taking advantage of the system to like put together a group do what you wanna do. And then all leave together. Yeah. I mean that that is you know, what do has to offer. Now, I think this is a article G Q is as much the kind of it's an alumni network of NBA elite NBA players. So what these guys see themselves as being connected to is. You know, maybe not necessarily. You know, the rich academic tradition or the the social life on campus. But they see Duke as kind of a in the way that calbury has set up Kentucky as elite Rubin ground training training camp for future NBA players. And so that's kind of how these these tops top schools have have transitioned in the one and done era is because they they need they do need to sell themselves. Even if you're I would not be surprised if the money was changing hands here. But like, there are a lot of places that cannot you money. And so they have you know. So there has there has to be something beyond that in what what do has done. And what that that comment by Jones in those guys comments speak to is the way that the the way that these kind of schools are are trying to brand themselves in this under these kind of strange set of rules almost clear. The Duke hasn't done a whole lot of piggyback off of what John Calipari saw at Kentucky. Lucky in how he implemented this and basically sanctioned it he basically told these basketball players that it is okay for you to do this. They've just added like a couple of barrels full of sanctimony. Yeah. Totally and what the players in to their credit. What they have done is basically mimicked what NBA players started doing ten years ago and banding together and exerting whatever agency they can exert in college basketball. Of course that agency is rather limited. But at least they're exerting something I thought it was really interesting when CBS interviewed Calipari on the selection show brunches jerseys behind they weren't Kentucky jerseys..

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"micro trend" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"micro trend" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Woman in white on the democratic side sat and now two weeks ago. I would say abortion would not be an issue, of course, in his presidential cycle. Now. I think it will be, but I gotta get Mark Penn's take, you know, Mark Penn the longtime Clinton pollster advisor managing partner now at the stage, while group bestselling author his book, micro trends is micro trend square to is flat out fascinating. Mark. Welcome back the morning. So I just wanna to get you right to that topic. When you heard that topic pop up. He's we're we're talking about an hour network. They're almost doing nothing. Another networks, basically fulltime abortion governor north I'm talking about. Well, we'll decide with them to keep the baby comfortable and talk to them about what we should do with the with the birth baby. What do you think this is an issue that peop- the Republicans can run on? Well, what I really was surprised that the laws in York and other places which tended to remove restrictions and third trimester. After abortions when very few numbers of the public support third trimester. And there are in fact, very shortly. Anyway, I mean, frankly, the movement was winning in terms of in terms of everyone supporting versus wave Boston overturned now things are turned on their head because no one supports, you know, open on demand third abortions. So it's something that the president believes according to his people that he can really ignite the pro-life movement who've been somewhat dormant. Pretty much. I don't know why Democrats handed the militia as I said they were winning. And now the president has an issue that he could go jam the pro-choice movement on instead of the other way around. It's unbelievable. So here is the president last night L. Here's a little bit of it's an hour and twenty one minutes speech, cut one members of congress. This state of our union is strong..

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"micro trend" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"micro trend" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of Virginia where he stated he would execute a baby after birth to defend the dignity of every person. I am asking congress to pass legislation to prohibit the late term abortion. Of. And every woman in white on the democratic side sat and now two weeks ago. I would say abortion would not be an issue, of course, in this presidential cycle. Now, I think it will be, but I gotta get Mark Penn's take, you know, Mark Penn the longtime Clinton pollster advisor managing partner now at the stage, while group bestselling author his book, micro trends is micro trend square to is flat out fascinating. Mark. Welcome back the morning. So I just wanted to get you right to that topic. When you heard that topic pop up he's you know, we're we're talking about an our network. They're almost doing nothing on other networks, basically fulltime abortion governor north I'm talking about. Well, we'll decide with them go keep the baby comfortable and talk to the mom about what we should do with the with the birth. Baby. Will do you think this is an issue that peop- the Republicans can run on? Well, I really was surprised at the laws and York and other places which tended to remove restrictions third trimester abortions when very few numbers of the public support third trimester abortions, in fact, very few anyway. And frankly, the Lieutenant was winning in terms of in terms of everyone supporting versus Wade Bostian overturned now things are turned on their head because no one supports, you know, open on-demand third trimester abortions. So it's something that the president believes according to his people that he can really he'd night the pro-life movement who've been somewhat dormant. Pretty much. I don't know why Democrats handed the militia as I said they were winning ships. And now the president has an issue that he could go jam protest movement on instead of the other way around. It's unbelievable. So here is the president last night L. Here's a little bit of it's an hour and twenty one minute speech, cut one. Members of congress. This state of our union is strong..

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"micro trend" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"micro trend" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Micro trend can reduce the risks. Sure. And even action holding more stocks to catch that Matic opportunity is a great way to diversify your risk. A lot of great way. Wait now, we all know Facebook, but for every speed Facebook. There are many my spaces for instance, classmates that never made, and that's very tough challenge to because on the one hand. It's good advice to say diversify across the protein space as an example in this case. But in fact, as you say could be the other players disappear. So there's lots of in fact, I think one of the main messages, I'd takeaways there's risks everywhere. And maybe I'll some a few of the things that I take away from it. And then you give me your feedback on that of couple of things you mentioned somebody at the beginning and the whole discussion, and that's financial people and the constraints that financial people are under the first of all if a person is working for a financial firm, generally that firm has restrictions. And of course, markets and regulators have restrict. As to what a financial people can do. So there are many times at financial people. You think that they're doing this lots of trading and stuff, but it could be that their firm or the regulator says that you have to hold the stock for a certain period of time or something like that? The second thing about financial people that I found fascinating was that in many cases, they were very good at advising their clients. But in also I saw in many cases that they weren't good at managing their own money. And that was because I think overconfidence bias was one thing that I saw a lot. And the other one is just they're so busy. It's just so hard to manage a portfolio of stock. So that's the first thing that I think the listeners need to understand is that that's a very common thing. I've seen the other thing I wrote down when I was listening to talk. I said losing money with other smart investors is still losing money. So sometimes, you know, we think that, you know, hey, I'm in the stock and other smart investors in it that doesn't mean. Mean that it was the right choice right now. The other thing I would highlight is just the hardest thing out of your whole story for me in our wrap it up my points on this. And that is that how do you handle market chatter as an analyst for many years and yourself in the markets for many years. You've gotta thesis. You've got a company you like it. Everything's good. And then you hear this chatter, and it's hard to know, should I pay attention to this or not and many times, it's just market chatter and people don't like that story. So they're badmouthing it. But then there's other times where there's actually a story building. That's a negative story. It's like how do you handle that? So those are the things that I took away you have anything to add to that those great points resolve much better than I explained it. That's for sure. While the key things also is know yourself, no urine buys Utah. It's about bias in terms of success. And if you wanna be investing because you preparing future during be passionate unless you being passionate about in Stara. In understanding what to do stocks. Never love affair and got to be prepared just tool Kuwait. And of course, one way to lights in that load on yourself is allegations professional manages have disciplined time investment process. It's a great time to be looking at alternatives to self investing all to reducing instruments us is not more choice to never end. There's a great variety pricing structures as well. Now, the no no perfect ETF, some passive momentum. Investments is tactical rather than strategic by the science and transparency is still not always goods still for the retail investor. Judges from acid manages the distribution channels too, high the communication process is too little end. That's despite

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"micro trend" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"micro trend" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Micro trend can reduce the risks. Sure. And even action holding more stocks to catch that Matic opportunity is a great way to diversify your risk. A lot of great way. Wait now, we all know Facebook, but for every speed Facebook. There are many my spaces for instance, classmates that never made, and that's very tough challenge to because on the one hand. It's good advice to say diversify across the protein space as an example in this case. But in fact, as you say could be the other players disappear. So there's lots of in fact, I think one of the main messages, I'd takeaways there's risks everywhere. And maybe I'll some a few of the things that I take away from it. And then you give me your feedback on that of couple of things you mentioned somebody at the beginning and the whole discussion, and that's financial people and the constraints that financial people are under the first of all if a person is working for a financial firm, generally that firm has restrictions. And of course, markets and regulators have restrict. As to what a financial people can do. So there are many times at financial people. You think that they're doing this lots of trading and stuff, but it could be that their firm or the regulator says that you have to hold the stock for a certain period of time or something like that? The second thing about financial people that I found fascinating was that in many cases, they were very good at advising their clients. But in also I saw in many cases that they weren't good at managing their own money. And that was because I think overconfidence bias was one thing that I saw a lot. And the other one is just they're so busy. It's just so hard to manage a portfolio of stock. So that's the first thing that I think the listeners need to understand is that that's a very common thing. I've seen the other thing I wrote down when I was listening to talk. I said losing money with other smart investors is still losing money. So sometimes, you know, we think that, you know, hey, I'm in the stock and other smart investors in it that doesn't mean. Mean that it was the right choice right now. The other thing I would highlight is just the hardest thing out of your whole story for me in our wrap it up my points on this. And that is that how do you handle market chatter as an analyst for many years and yourself in the markets for many years. You've gotta thesis. You've got a company you like it. Everything's good. And then you hear this chatter, and it's hard to know, should I pay attention to this or not and many times, it's just market chatter and people don't like that story. So they're badmouthing it. But then there's other times where there's actually a story building. That's a negative story. It's like how do you handle that? So those are the things that I took away you have anything to add to that those great points resolve much better than I explained it. That's for sure. While the key things also is know yourself, no urine buys Utah. It's about bias in terms of success. And if you wanna be investing because you preparing future during be passionate unless you being passionate about in Stara. In understanding what to do stocks. Never love affair and got to be prepared just tool Kuwait. And of course, one way to lights in that load on yourself is allegations professional manages have disciplined time investment process. It's a great time to be looking at alternatives to self investing all to reducing instruments us is not more choice to never end. There's a great variety pricing structures as well. Now, the no no perfect ETF, some passive momentum. Investments is tactical rather than strategic by the science and transparency is still not always goods still for the retail investor. Judges from acid manages the distribution channels too, high the communication process is too little end. That's despite

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"micro trend" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:07 min | 2 years ago

"micro trend" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Victor in Covina. Hello victor. Hi, how you doing? Leo. I am. Well, how are you? Good. I have a quick question about my wifi system. Sure my internet carriers spectrum and have a high speed, I guess over two hundred. Oh nice. So so when I when I and I have the orbi whole house. Whoa. Yeah. Very nice. You get most of the speed with an orbi that's probably the highest speed mesh system out there that year orbit as a matter of fact, if I go measuring the speeds and the various roles on my cellphone, they're they're about one ninety. Wow. But my question is why are the laptops might laptops, or not reading that high speeds, and they're there between fifteen and thirty. Yikes. That's terrible. That's quite a degradation. There are a number of different reasons for that. Of course, different WI fi adapters have different capabilities the antenna where it is the chip said self that's a particularly pathetic performance. How old are those, laptops? It's a new job. It's brand new. All right. So that's the other issue is that, of course, WI fi protocols have changed. We started with eight oh to be which was the slowest in only on two point four gigahertz were currently at eight oh, two dot eleven C, which can do two point four gigahertz and five gigahertz effect. It can do to different ranges of the five gigahertz band and can handle much faster speeds. So some of that is also the protocol the laptop can handle I would expect a brand new Dell to have full AC compatibility. So you might check to make sure that you're running the latest driver in that the software the wifi software, and there is up to date. But also remember as you know, where the intent is and nowadays, nobody wants external antennas that's going to affect your distance from the server will affect it. Maybe it'll affect it more. If it's got a bad antenna. If you're right next to the server, it should be closer to to to you. I wouldn't expect two hundred honestly because they're you know, normally with wifi is about half. But again, this is where the Orbis pretty impressive. It's it really does give you a lot of the full bandwidth available to yourself. I'm amazed. You're getting that much on a phone. That's really really good. Yeah. Measuring between like I said with the bones. I in fact, let slicks XBox and upper bedrooms on the second floor. They don't play anymore. They they used to say installed this orbi. There's no. But I just had that question about us. You know, speed test is one way to do it. But there are some really good WI fi analysis tools out there for windows like insider with two S's that will help you. There's one called WI fi analyzer that's free on the Microsoft store. Net. Cut is another one get one of these nets spot is and that's kind of cool because net spot will actually let us make survey the house you can wander around with a laptop. It'll make heat maps saying we're WI FIS best, and weakest, and so you may learn more what you want to make sure is that you're on the best band the five gigahertz pan. And by the way, this is something that mesh routers, do that people may not be aware of they may look at this or you might be doing this. It might look at the different devices. And and say, you know in order to give the best performance to let's say the guy in the living room watching Netflix. I'm gonna give lower performance to the laptops. It only need Email. So it may be but doing what we call bandwidth shaping as well, depending on the device, that's one of the things that is new in these mesh routers in the orbi is one of them. So that's another thing to be aware of. Maybe insiders not the best choice the one I use. But it's it's it's expensive. But I'll tell you what I'll put a list of all the different tools that are out there for WI fi analysis that will help you better understand you put that on your Dell and that will help you better understand. It will also tell you whether you're getting all the bands, you may not that Dell may maybe only on two point four gigahertz in which case thirty would be great. Okay. So that's another thing. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Thanks for. Thanks for calling. I appreciate it. It's it used to be you could really measure your bandwidths, and it would be the same on all the devices, but now with these mesh, routers, it absolutely isn't the case this that's what they're doing. What they're supposed to do. Which is give each to each the bandwidth. It deserves it needs from each according to their. What is it the communist manifesto anyway? From each according to their abilities to each according to their needs something like that. Eighty eight. Oh, it's you know, honestly networking is something very advanced. We're doing it. Now, we're all becoming network gurus in the home because we have switches, and routers, and you know, all sorts of stuff. But honestly, I mean, the if you can find an IT professional who is a wifi. Guru a wizard. He's worth his weight and go we have one we have a very challenging WI fi environment in studio, twenty employees. Numerous virtual lands. You know, one we have one dedicated to on air staff. So that they can get the best performance one day to cater to guests. But we also have a multiple wifi devices probably hundreds in this space. And so he's a Russell who's are genius. Our local genius is set us up with ruckus, which are enterprise grade. Those are the ones you'll see in theaters and ships, and in hotels, ruckus, routers, in each room has its own in its he spends a lot of time tweaking that and so in order to get you know, the best possible. Wifi could be it could be it could take some real skills. Those wifi analyzers the heat map tool. Specially we'll we'll help you a little bit help you get an idea of what's going on. We get amazing performance here. Because we we have a ten gigabit fiber connection to the internet. Now, it's shared among a lot of people in a lot of devices. But that's a lot of bandwidth ten billion bits a second. And we use it all baby. Remit of it. Thank you to sonic net for that ten gigabit line that is that is something else. Shelly Palmdale California's next. Hello shelly. Leo LaPorte the Tikka. Hi, leo. Thanks for taking my call. Yeah. Great. Okay. Great. I'm just going nuts over here on ready to pull my hair out. I'd been nothing with my PC since Tuesday night. Yeah. So what I have is. I have windows town. And I have a new thing Microsoft edge browser, and I was I could go on the internet. Everything's fine. I even had spectrum check it all out, and they checked out the modem router and all that and make sure that's working fine. It's all working fine. And I can't go anywhere. I can't go to any website. And it keeps saying that. You can't reach this page or whatever. Excuse me. So I went to I got some tech support. I actually paid for some third party tech support. And they've been working with me, they tried everything. And finally, we actually just ended up we setting everything wiping, everything out all the files does programs everything it thinking that that would do it. And it didn't do it. Same error message. Now, do you have a security software running on your system? I have Microsoft Trend Micro trend. Yeah. Okay. So the first thing I always suspect when people are having trouble getting around on the internet is the security suffer sometimes, especially when you get these is not just an antivirus. It's tire security package. They often will get in the way Trend Micro decent. It's fine. I generally tell people you don't need any Microsoft's defender comes with windows. Ten is more than adequate you might try getting rid of that or disabling that and seeing if that helps, but there's so many things that can go wrong, I presume you've tried other browsers if you for instance, installed Google Chrome just to see if it works. I cannot even follow it. You can't get you. Can't get it. Right. Yeah. Yeah. You don't have another computer. You can download it on. Yeah. That's what I'm going to try and do we're going to take a break. But I'm going to do some personal support with you see if I can point you in the right direction. Leo LaPorte detect the Gizmo is coming up..

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"micro trend" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"micro trend" Discussed on WRVA

"I always confused eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo the phone number Victor in Covina. Hello victor. How you doing? Well, how are you? Good. I have a quick question about my wife ISIS. Sure my internet carriers spectrum, and I have a high speed at I guess it's over two hundred. Oh nice. So so when I when I and I have the orbi ho house. Whoa. Yeah. Very nice. You get most of the speed with an orbi that's probably the highest speed mesh system out there and that year orbit as a matter of fact, if I go measuring the speeds in the various roles on my cell phone. Hi there about one ninety. Wow. But my question is why are the laptops might laptops, or not reading that high speeds, and they're there between fifteen and thirty. Yikes. That's terrible. That's quite a degradation. There are a number of different reasons for that. Of course, different WI fi adapters have different capabilities the antenna where it is the chipset itself. That's a particularly pathetic performance. How old are those, laptops? It's a new doubt is brand new. Yeah. All right. So that's the other issue is that, of course, WI fi protocols have changed. We started with eight hundred eleven b which was the slowest and only on two point four gigahertz were currently at eight oh, two dot eleven as C which can do two point four gigahertz and five gigahertz it could do to different ranges of the five gigahertz band and can handle much faster speeds. So some of that is also the protocol that the laptop can handle I would expect a brand new Dell to have full AC compatibility. So you might check to make sure that you're running the latest driver in that the software the wifi software, and there is up to date. But also remember as you know, where the Antenne is. And nowadays, nobody wants external antennas that's going to affect your distance from the server will affect it. Maybe it'll affect it more. If it's got a bad intent if you're right next to the server, it should be closer to to to you. I wouldn't expect two hundred honestly because they're you know, normally with wifi. It's about half. But again, this is where the Orbis pretty impressive. It's it really does give you a lot of the full bandwidth available to yourself. I'm amazed. You're getting that much on a phone. That's really really good. Yeah. I major in between like I said with bones. I in fact, let slicks XBox upper bedrooms on the second floor. They don't like anymore. They they used to like. Yeah. Sorry, installed this orbi. There's no. But I just had that question about I use. A speed test is one way to do it. But there are some really good WI fi analysis tools out there for windows like insider with two S's that will help you. There's one called WI fi analyzer that's free on the Microsoft store. Net. Cut is another one get one of these nets spot is and that's kind of cool because net spot will actually let us make survey the house so you can wander around with a laptop. It'll make heat maps saying we're WI FIS best, and weakest, and so you may learn more what you wanna make sure is that you're on the best band the five gigahertz band. And by the way, this is something that mesh routers, do that people may not be aware of they made look at the Rb might be doing this. It might look at the different devices. And and say, you know in order to give the best performance to let's say the guy in the living room watching Netflix. I'm going to give lower performance, the, laptops, it only need Email. So it may be but doing bit what we call bandwidth shaping as well, depending on the device, that's one of the things that is new in these mesh routers in the Rb is one of them. So that's another thing to be aware of maybe insider is not the best choices. It's the one I use. But it's it's it's expensive. But I'll tell you what I'll put a list of all the different tools that are out there for WI fi analysis that will help you better understand you put that on your Dell and that will help you better understand. It will also tell you whether you're getting all the bands, you may not that Dell may maybe only on two point four gigahertz in which case thirty would be great. Okay. So that's another thing. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Thanks for. Thanks for calling. I it it it it used to be you could really measure your bandwidths, and it would be the same on all the devices, but now with these mesh, routers, it, absolutely. Isn't the case? That's that's what they're doing. What they're supposed to do. Which is give each to each the bandwidth. It deserves it needs from each according to their. What is it the communist manifesto anyway? From each according to their abilities to each according to their needs something like that. Eighty eight Leo. It's honestly networking is something very advanced. We're doing it. Now, we're all becoming network gurus in the home because we have switches, and routers, and you know, all sorts of stuff. But honestly, I mean, the if you can find an IT professional who is a wifi. Guru a wizard. He's worth his weight and go we have one we have a very challenging wifi environment. The studio twenty employees. Numerous virtual lands. You know, one we have one dedicated to on air staff. So that they can get the best performance one day to cater to guests. But we also have multiple wifi devices probably hundreds in this space. And so he's Russell who's are genius. Our local genius has set us up with ruckus, which are enterprise grade. Those are the ones you'll see theaters in ships and hotels, ruckus routers, and each has its own in its he spends a lot of time tweaking that and so in order to get the best possible. Wifi could be a it can be it can take some real skills. Those wifi analyzers the heat map tool, especially we'll we'll help you little bit help you get an idea of what's going on. We get amazing performance here. Because we we have a ten gigabit fiber connection to the internet. Now, it's shared among a lot of people in a lot of devices. But that's a lot of bandwidth ten billion bits a second. And we use it all baby. Ambit- of it. Thank you to sonic net for that ten gigabit line that is that something else. Shelly Palmdale California's next. Hello shelly. Leo LaPorte the Tikka highly. Oh, thanks for taking my call. My pleasure. Thanks. Yeah. Okay. Great. I'm just going nuts over here on ready to pull my hair out. I'd been nothing with my PC since Tuesday night. Yeah. So what I have is. I have windows ten and I have a new thing the Microsoft edge browser, and I was I could go on the internet. Everything's fine. I even had spectrum check it all out, and they checked out the modem, the router and all that and make sure that's working fine. It's all working fine. And I can't go anywhere. I can't go to any website. And it keeps saying that. You can't reach this. Page or whatever. So I went to I got some tech support. I actually paid for some third party Google the port and they've been working with me. They tried everything. And finally, we actually just ended up setting everything lighting, everything out all the files the programs everything it thinking that that would do it. And it didn't do it. Same air method. Now, do you have security software running on your system? I have Microsoft Trend Micro trend. Yeah. Okay. So the first thing I always suspect when people are having trouble getting around on the internet is the security software, sometimes especially when you get these is not just an antivirus. It's tire security package. They often will get in the way Trend Micro decent. It's fine. I generally tell people you don't need any Microsoft's defender comes with windows, ten is more than adequate you might try getting rid of that or disabling that and seeing if that helps, but there's so many things that can go wrong, I presume you've tried other browsers if you for instance, installed Google Chrome to see if it works. I cannot even install it. Can't get you can't get it. Yeah. Yeah. You don't have another computer. You could download it on. Yeah. That's what I'm going to try and get on. We're gonna take a break, but I'm gonna do some personal support with you see if I can point you in the right direction. Leo LaPorte the tech either Gizmo is coming up..

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"micro trend" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"micro trend" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"And then the rest is kinda history from there. You know, I took him. I did what I did. I push things as hard as I could. I always tried to put in the best possible effort that I could at the end of every single day for this bodybuilding show. I answered the same question. I always answered all throughout my power in career, and that was hated to do everything. Say that you possibly could to be better? I checked everything off the list and felt like I did. And. I had an awesome time doing it. The challenge of the bodybuilding show was was awesome. It was very, very difficult and very intrusive and and and just it was fucking different. You know, because it's a twenty four hour process of the nutrition, the sleep and trying to get everything in every day. And so it could be frustrating at times. But if I was able to sleep, then I was able to set everything else up every single time. So really the sleep was the huge part. If I wasn't able to get six, seven, eight hours sleep. The whole day would be pushed back and I'd be super frustrated like, oh my God, it's it's one o'clock and I only did one work. I got two more to do, and I got a podcast and I get this and I got that. And I'm like, shit, man. I'm gonna be as you guys saw hustle mania, which we posted yesterday there. I was finishing a workout at ten o'clock after going to going to she. So you know, I just again, I did what I had to do. I feel like I put everything I could into it. I don't have any desire at the moment to do another bodybuilding show, so I'm retired from the sport, just win one and call it a day. Yeah, yeah. Going out on top. Yeah. How much steroid adviced micro trend give you. Or is that who gave you the cycle? He he provided them for me. Yeah. As far as the training goes, I got a lot of questions about the training too, and people kept asking about, like, you know, who designed the training and who you know, I, I've been training for a long time and I got no problem sitting here telling you that most of the people that you know, our coaches, I can smoke most their asses. I've, I've been doing this for a long time, so I, I don't feel like I haven't even cocky saying that I just have coach a lot of people. I worked a lot of people. I've seen bodybuilding techniques. Over the years. And I, I know power thing really well, obviously, and I just I did a lot of the arrangement and programming myself. Hani rumba helped me with some things and showed me some stuff when it came to the actual some different movements and stuff. I learned a lot from Mike o'hearn, but I learned a lot from just people over the years. Don't forget what the power project is all about. And we're all about here at super training, gym, raw about rubbing elbows with people that are more knowledgeable than we are and people that are material experts and a lot of different things. And so I've had Jay Cutler. We had feel he we've had, you know, every top bodybuilder that you can think of we, we've rubbed elbows with them along with guys like Brian Shaw who doesn't lack any muscle mass staying efforting list goes on and on of people that we've communicate with, and I'll community communicate with anybody, you know, to try to try to get better. And pretty much that in the show the show was fun. I, I came in third in two different classes, so weird thing happened. I went to weigh in and I was trying to do classic physique, which is where you wear these like short cross fit girly shorts. That's what that was. Okay. I know. I know this whole thing is very gay. Very strange. So when asked if it was a light switch in your pants or in Europe? Banana hammock there, it looks like a very, very small light switch. Yeah. I, you know, I don't know what's going on with these banana hammocks, but they were not very. They were not very roomy. They just kind of like they're pretty tight..

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"micro trend" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"micro trend" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show

"So a lot of agencies out there focus on creating strategies and and they're going to start very high level in gonna. They're not going to get super in the weeds in terms of actually implementing and operationalizing those strategies we go, we run the full gamut so we can. We can help with that account based or demand gen go to market strategy, help them customize that for their environment, help them formulate their teams and their tech stack around it, and then actually roll up our sleeves and go make that technology work. Go train those those individuals to really create scale with a bed environment. So I think actually accomplishing both sides of the houses is somewhat of a unique position and one that we we really enjoy. And what approach are you seeing really work today as far as you know as a content as channels is social account based? Yeah. I think the interesting thing about marketing is you get caught up in so many of those tactics, right? Like there is no one-size-fits-all. There's no one single bullet that's gonna take down that you know that that prize buck. It truly is a Blandin in. It's really consorted orchestrated effort of his account based is getting a huge amount of attention right now and rightfully so. But I think really it's a return to to value over Bolya. Mm-hmm. Quality over quantity. And that's the most exciting trend to to me in marketing is is really the rise of the marketing profession. Whereas marketing is kind of historically been a place where you end up. It really is now a desired destination, and we're seeing some some really interesting things come about as a result of of that evolution. And that's it because I think what we used to be have to have inbound because we didn't know who our market was, where they were really easy to pay pay per click. Paper lead and Crete that bullying environment. And quite frankly, we all got hooked on the drug of leads, you know, so deeply an account basis really made us look at those benchmarks in the metrics that reeling and say, while you know the, those ten thousand leads, we generate every month feel great. Like it's it feels awesome to bury that needle. But when we look at the conversion rate into even a first conversation and certainly into an opportunity or closed closed, one deal, the conversion rate is just abysmal. And so you know, we look around at the amount of time effort. Money that's being put into into making these strategies work. You really have to ask the question or respecting the money in the right area. In that question is is probably the most impactful in the healthiest thing that I've seen come about in marketing, longtime. And do you feel we've kind of like hit like peak content? We're like when everyone starts doing something effectiveness gets diminished. Yeah, I think that you know, like number one, the. The concept of a micro trend is is very real like content marketing was was something that kind of had like a decade run to right, like infusions help slot did a really great job and see 'em. I did a really great job positioning content marketing as this, this overarching strategy that we all need to participate in. And that's just what happened. Like critics. It's awesome defined. You know, good information these days in the the rise of of the web and just the, you know, the the bail ability of of speech in the availability of getting your message in front of someone was so accessible that we all we all abused it quite frankly. And that's why you see that rising quality and focus on a quality coming back around. You know, people want not only do they need to see your message, but they need to identify it, identify with it in a really emotional way they need to create trust. They need to understand who you are, believe in your brand and understand that you had something that can really impact them their business, that in that sense, content marketing will never die. You know, getting the right message in front of the right person at the right time is just such a fundamental marketing tenant and and I don't believe that will ever go away so. But I do think that those kind of micro trends, whether it's Instagram or Snapchat, or you know, you know, tomorrow social media platform, those are kind of the fly. In the pan. Like first person there could be the biggest winner, but those life cycles really started reducing if you take a look out there like things aren't sticking around for years longer..

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"micro trend" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"micro trend" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"Daddy it's what kevin did right like he loves har but also there was a part of him that was like this is ridiculous right yes and but no one else could do it right he did it but then i tried to do it as as everything else in hollywood they came a little glut of copies right that lasted a year or two right and then but you know what happens with us trends we see them all the time not just in her but like i'm just off the top of my head i'm thinking about a little hollywood micro trend like body swap moving the eighties and all of a sudden you've got vice versa you've got like father like son and what always happens what i love with the benefit of hindsight is on the dust settles decade or two later right you look back and there's always one movie that stands the test of time so ellen remembers vice versa that everyone still loves big right and no one remembers urban legend apologies to those fans listening right now who will like i totally remember but in gen remember present but scream still holds up if we would put that movie on right now it's still a great movie yeah and and usually it's the great ones that keep stott little trend and like what happened with so was i felt like you know we made a cool little engine low budget movie and then it kicked out of this trend in a way i feel like james one and i was sort of retroactively blamed for inventing this torture but a lot of the movies that came in so as just one very good it's actually a great point that there was a john that emerged out of saw that isn't what saw is he was a bit more extreme it was pretty gory point of saw wasn't like look how much torture i can apply that wasn't what was going on there there was a less sought to me as more in common with finches the game right than it does with i don't know whatever the torture porn movies are.

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"micro trend" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"micro trend" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"If you're in jail you're probably a guy if you have a gambling addiction you're probably a guy if you've been expelled from school you're probably a guy if you're addicted to drugs you're probably a guy if you act violently toward others if you wanna gun if you committed to moving traffic violation if you have a restraining order against you if you've committed an act of terrorism or are contemplating such acts you're probably a guy guys are simply falling behind these days wow that's true objectively true statistically true what is the micro trend it sounds all mark penn to me like a budding megatrend well reeling through society we always look to look at the counter trend know it so many women were left behind rabin empowered in so many different ways today of course when in micro well let's take a look at guys for a second right and when you look at guys there's like two million guys in jail and maybe a hundred thousand women so that just takes out a couple of million right there right but but it isn't just the people who have auto accidents drug overdoses being guys really when you look at what's happening in school and colleges today women are the majority in professional schools the majority of people getting college degrees and that is a great thing but when you look at the other side what is happening to guys in this new world this information based world more and more are failing and and the ever hear them discussed are there social programs for them this is going to be a growing problem here because these guys aren't just like a high near left way behind and they die earlier this changing marriage marriage trends it's changing education trains exchanging work outcomes i mean that's why i said it feels to me like almost a mega trend like wow this because because men men masculinity is also part of the american cultural understanding of itself i'm not saying america's as and always will be or even should be people know this show no i bring women on the show strong women right left center all.

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"micro trend" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"micro trend" Discussed on WSB-AM

"One of these areas is the problem of illegal immigration after years of neglect this administration has taken a strong stand to stiffen the protection of our borders we are increasing border controls by fifty percent we are increasing inspections to prevent the hiring of illegal immigrants and tonight i announce i will sign an executive order to deny federal contracts to businesses that hire illegal immigrants so someone gave donald trump's speech to bill clinton and he just read it no that was bill clinton in one thousand nine hundred sixty one thousand nine hundred six harry reid we give you one thousand nine hundred chain migration hillary clinton calling for a physical barrier in two thousand six mark penn is here raid he and bill clinton won two elections in hillary clinton the senate seat micro trend squared is the book is out and you just talk about the polls show on the trends reveal that america wants strong borders and so did the democ kratz for awhile what happened i it's it's a it's a frankly perplexing particularly a lot of these big city mayors pushing the sanctuary city policies we just look the polling shows seventy to eighty percent of america opposes that it doesn't make sense to them that you wouldn't call the authorities suppose somebody was cheating on their state taxes would you not tell the irs i mean look i on the other hand look seventy seven percent say give daca recipients away towards citizenship and seventy percent say don't have sanctuary cities we know the resolution of this and it's being blocked time and time again mark real quick you said people today the new trend is don't tell anyone who you voted for especially the closet conservatives well the book features closet conservatives forty percent of america is afraid to give their political views at home or at work and why that's incredible and we found a lot of women who voted for trump they don't want to say who they voted for two other women because it's discouraged wow and more equity you what am i can everybody should find themselves everyone should find themselves in the book somewhere that's part of the fun as i said before i'm a cancer survivor i'm a pro protein.

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"micro trend" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"micro trend" Discussed on The Full 48

"It it it's there's it does feel like there are more and more of of the breakout stores the younger guys who are the international players it was also just the unite by the way are again our guy marc spears a crash the pot a little while ago he pointed out to kevin durant than a question tonight at the press conference that he looked at home the home crowd or the home venue the la lakers no clippers lakers no clippers like god was the last time that like there was a lot of years for the dough clippers but usually they're the lakers if there haven't been lakers at least there have been clippers in recent years reyat also known knicks also known heat bright note nobuo aren't going to drag try made at inch injury add last andrea and nobles nobles so like it's funny like a lotta marquee teams that this allstar game left out but nobody really focused on it which i think speaks to the health of the game in the sense that we don't care that you honest plays in milwaukee smallmarket sparring by for for now we know the league certainly does not what magic talking about implant leaders of a magic talking about anybody anymore apparently i must have been retired at least five years and are pulling social security but you're right that about tampering onzacs podcasts last week's all spares listeners that ran again i will say this though even there were no lakers atlanta la gas here that's true i mean it's amazing you look at los angeles is so big amine is so massive in california so big it should produce talent but when you think about the best of the best the elites the true elites right now la's bringing the la is bringing it in to have derozen rest broken harden klay thompson at paul george you know i think it's even la didn't get a laker a clipper they got some the i think this probably more real that has got it grew up in this area coming back and represent no it's been a very overlooked kind of a you'll micro trend with the nba that the la produced in southern california produces a ton of highlevel basketball talents you know everybody talks about new york as the mecca and.

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"micro trend" Discussed on FinTech Insider

FinTech Insider

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"micro trend" Discussed on FinTech Insider

"I'll have joined the waiting list for early access and what i think it's interesting here is this micro trend where bitcoin has toll a generation of people that may be they should think about money because things can happen with money and so what what i think robin hood doing is growing hey hey look look at this look at the shiny bitcoin thing now use are up and do savings properly source speaking to a hold on i mean you'll the guy who re who previously has said actually this is more like a casino than investing absolutely but let's let's let's take back casino are grabbing attention flashing lights thing on the draw people in to do something sensible source belonging drawing than entrenched he'd do the casino thing howdy flip that attention from something that is dangerous into something that is an that's the interesting question and that's what i hopes going on with the financially responsible hit so i was talking to a large brokerdealer r a carnivals other in the week and they were saying that they have limits around how much cryptocurrency you can trade in a given day in a given set in an inside of a week and what they find is people come in and the cia trade a lot of bitcoin but they're not sophisticated investors so that that kind of sitting down again we'll i want to buy and sell pet com what's what's puts this f acts stuff and what's a bond and and so they started getting into some of the of the products and then they start learning about other products and that is encouraging because it's drawn people into to do something sensible on the other thing going on here is if your aden asset management a wealth management look at what robin hood of done because this is a different interface i think that's the most interesting thing is so each trying to claim that bitcoin is a sensible gateway drug into normal investing i think it's been positioned as thought boy robin hood on i think it could be if handled correctly okay is that correct thing if millennials if you make them young people because the company to work out how the brain drain drugs traditionally back at the envelope calculation they should be investing in more risky things and and we'll stay.

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"micro trend" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"micro trend" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"In a very high level as you heard their tyree is getting away from the animals he's gotten away from dairy to is tom habur stir a road and a future for bleacher report magazine damien lillard and wilson chandler and a bunch of other nba players have embraced veganism as well and not just because it drinking tart cherry juice before bed every night makes raid delicious nightime experience joining us now to discuss is tom however strove he's a writer at large for ably to report magazine and one of the proprietors of the basketball friends podcast welcome to the show tom extra mayaga so i tried to make a connection between the league being faster players being skinnier and this seemingly micro trend of players going vegan do you feel like data's affair connection to make that players like kyrie irving damien lillard wilson chandler and others that will get into our embracing this diet because the league is faster and players or skinnier well i don't think it's necessarily a a big enough sample to say like you know eight or ten or a dozen players of totally shifted the league's uh pace but i will say that generally speaking uh it is so hard to get by in today's nba where the pace is so fast um and just the the actual playcalling is so much more sophisticated defenses or just they have rotations on top of rotations that if you're not fit if you're not healthy if you're not taking your uh taken care of your body at one hundred percent of the time you're to wash out really fast and i think this is one of the signals of that so it's not just carrier having or damien lillard it's guys like wilson chandler and his candor the new york knicks um these guys have slimmeddown in the offseason in hopes to get quicker and faster and alleviate you know joint pain wilson chandler for example said he feels so much better after two hip sir.

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