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Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"over two thousand companies" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast
"Pool capital coming to it and the guys that don't do that aren't gonna have those pools capital from the on market in the equity market come in and as passive money is now the majority in the market the what was unconventional in the energy business in two thousand six is just normal today. That's where we're going to ten to fifteen years where you have to have any plant. You have to reduce your carbon emissions. You have to diversify and and meet those criteria. If you don't your cost of capital will go up and just like what happened to the coal sector. You're going to be wiped out. So that's why you're going to see the early stages of this revolution. So when i mentioned that less than ten percent of the fifty two hundred companies with over a billion market cap thera publicly listed in north. America and europe have come out with a plan. They haven't started executing that plan. It's probably less than two percent actually started executing the plan. I remember on the financial balance sheet. Just like if you have t pond or a bond or your environmental liability ability be carbon. Emissions is going to be legislated within the decade that that's a liability companies are going to have to meet that right now. There's over two thousand companies in that pool of five thousand after report there s one emissions. That's direct emissions caused by the direct activity. So if i'm an oil company. And i drill a well. Pump up that oil. You can now accurately without any debate using the technology at hand. Today actually measured the carp direct carbon emissions caused by that activity companies like shell. You mentioned the supermajors shells. Probably the leading one in the big oil Bp tries to pretend they are but they're really playing catch up For example i published in my research all last year. I was talking about all this chart showing that if you take every carbon credit remember this all started nine hundred ninety seven kyoto protocol. If you take all the credits ever created just a few of the oil companies to net neutral for one year would consume all of the credits created so this is a huge gross sector. Someone like shell is probably they need north of one hundred million Tons a year of carbon offsets to go net neutral and these companies are making these commitments. And if they don't meet it. These pools capital are going to punish them both in the bond market in the equity market. So it's not starting with the juniors starting with the big cats because it's a big pool of capital so if you look at someone like you take the The green bond eps which publicly listed one of the top ten holdings that is home depot. let's really think about that. They may have good social governance. And and what about the environmental aspect. Most of those gadgets are are are made in china china's largest emitter of pollution on the planet. Not only that if you every. Ocd nation combined. China's still makes more pollution than all of those oecd nations combined. So even though humpty proves trying to make a direct impact there are massive. Facilitator of the pollution and their exposure isn't really being offset properly so as more companies like shell are doing more to offset. They're doing the right things that cool capital. That has nowhere to go so like our home. Depot's kinda. es g a capital is going to go into other companies. It's going to be competing for pool capital so the days of just financial metrics.
Access to Inspiration
"over two thousand companies" Discussed on Access to Inspiration
"And what we know about the workplace of the modern era. The one that we have today in the one. we're moving towards is that the capacity Possibly more than anything else is the critical skill for thriving and that's true for us as smaller organisms of families and that's true for us as a global community that has to work together to solve the challenges that we are facing at this moment in history may never before have we faced the rapid changes to our environment that we're facing right now never before. Have we faced the rapid pace at which technology is developing or the exponential rate at which were becoming a globalized society. He would never face these acceleration of challenges that we have right now. If we're gonna make it asked us not of time we're gonna have to learn how to work together so in terms of those collaboration skills are those critical in your role movement builder. I love that question. Sooner you're good i love that so much. Yes i think so. I think so i. I never noticed me that. I have a girlfriend named laura jackal dickinson. Who someone that. I hold in very high professional regard. She is a movement bill also and she founded this really powerful movement. That has basically been galvanizing. The ceo's of companies in the sustainable industries face so things stimul- foods and products. She's been galvanizing than to take collective action to create a better future. Today's group of ceos under her leadership started a project called the climate collaborative where now over two thousand companies have signed on to agree to reduce their carbon footprint in very concrete specific ways and she's now launched another initiative called the jet collaborative which is around increasing diversity and leadership positions within organizations around the world. And it's really powerful to watch her. Deploy these skills and so we were away last weekend and we were talking about it. How having children she said it was almost like the matrix became available to her in a way that it hasn't before and she could see the ways in which things could come together. It was visible to her. She could see the outline of the actions that needed to be taken in groups that needed to be mobilized in those things that needed to be said conversations that needed to be fostered to enable this work to succeed and she could take the actions necessary to mobilize others to move it. Forward what. I would take away from this weekend. That we spent together was the understanding that our own individual action wasn't enough that it had to be part of a bigger course of actions that needed to be organized and that lee particularly as mothers were capable had the capacity to sit in that position of mobilizing others to action and holding the space for that to happen empowering others to step up into identify their role in a larger movement. That was about all of us that we could move forward together. That's a really powerful vision Idea that you've given us amy. I can capitulate in my head. And i'm seeing it as a bigger system. And then i'm also thinking about the system that is an organization and has the activism mobilize system within an organization if you want work places in america to be following the skills at pennant spring..
Clark Howard Show
The unbalanced stock market, why you should take a long term approach
"People. Get really excited about what's going on with. Their stock market holdings when things are doing well, and then they freak out suddenly when a market reversal and I wanted to talk about. What is normally a very volatile month September? Has Traditionally been a month that has been unsettling for stock investors but the reality is there are special things you need to be mindful of with what's going on on Wall Street and has been going on all year as I shared with you a couple of weeks ago. A huge percent of publicly traded companies have had a bad year with their stocks that the gains have been very heavily concentrated. In, just a small number generally of technology oriented companies. It was an item just few days ago about apple that Apple's value having reached over two trillion dollars in market value. That apple's market values greater than the entire two thousand companies that make up the Russell two thousand index. So think about that one company. Having more value than another two thousand publicly traded companies all added together. and. So you have apple and Amazon and facebook and with Gul's name now alphabet. And Tesla these companies alone accounting for a crazy amount of star stock market value. And The value of these companies. Is. Extraordinarily high versus their profits and these are companies that have performed very well. Because of. Oh and I'm sorry Tesla's not on the list, the five or Apple Amazon Microsoft Bet and facebook even though. Tesla's much in the news today with the declining share price. But those companies. have. A huge valuation right now versus their profits because they have performed well over the last many years. But now the values have been bid up to the point that each of them are priced for absolute complete total perfection and life is not perfect and then you strip away. The small number of technology stocks that have had a massive run up. The rest of a stock market that generally is very weak. So. I if you're stockholdings or digital. And you have put a huge amount of money at risk. In a tiny number of technology stocks know that you've got to be able to handle the downs as well as the ups. These companies are rock solid companies that may be overvalued right now but you gotta think about what your time window is if your time window short for a stock. And you're in a technology stock that's value is really run up. There's danger in U continuing to hold that stock. If you're playing long ball, you're in the long game, then not as much risk but look what can happen. So quickly, Tesla down something like fifteen percent. In trading today and it's because of a couple of things involving Tesla's specifically but technology stocks again, that have runway up in value. Are, much, riskier in the short term. and. You have to plan for that and be prepared for that. But you know, I'm such a believer in diversifying holdings. And, that's why. I don't play the individual stock game. I know that for a lot of people with Robin Hood in particular. Younger. Investors. Are. Bored by the whole index game that they wanNA play the individual stocks and stock market and even getting involved in things like options and this is. A potential way to make money and a short window it's also potentially a place that you can lose money. It's more speculative than traditional investing in know that the. Quote Unquote. Stock Market the overall. Stock Market is due for. A potential correction. And potentially a bear market, but when that will happen. Who knows that's why the core and the key for you is you don't WanNa, borrow money known as buying stocks on margin. At a time where things are very heavily over-valued potentially. and. Second. You've got to know that owning stocks is a longer term thing. Not Short term I know there are people that are doing rapid trading buying and selling with great frequency if that's something you enjoy. Go for it. It's just not my way of thinking or my way of doing things.
San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition
Starbucks to expand coffee-delivery service to about 2,000 U.S. stores
"Yes, there will be more deliveries by a lotta Starbucks plans. A major expansion of US coffee delivery by early spring expects to offer the service from some two thousand company operated stores with deliveries by Uber eats. In china? Starbucks already delivers from more than two thousand spots. Thanks to help amaze subsidiary of
San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition
Apple likes Peanuts; GE Digital to spin off; Starbucks will deliver
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Apple likes peanuts. GE digital to spin off. Starbucks will deliver by chronicle staff and new services from business. China is hitting the brakes on tariffs China announced state ninety days suspension on Friday of tariff hikes on one hundred twenty six billion dollars of US cars, trucks, and autoparts following its cease-fire and a trade battle with Washington. The suspension is China's first step in response to President Trump's December first agreement to suspend US tariff hikes for a similar ninety day period. While the two sides, negotiate over American complaints about Beijing's technology policy and trade surplus. Yes, there will be more deliveries by a lotta Starbucks plans. A major expansion of US coffee delivery by early spring expects to offer the service from some two thousand company operated stores with deliveries by Uber eats. In china? Starbucks already delivers from more than two thousand spots. Thanks to help amaze subsidiary of Alibaba apple might work for peanuts. Charlie Brown Snoopy. And the peanuts crew will have a new home on Apple's streaming service. Apple has struck a deal with DA checks media to produce new content for the brand created by Charles Shulz in nineteen fifty the company will produce original programs for apple including series specials and shorts based on the beloved characters. GE digital getting spun off General Electric is spinning off at software business San Ramones GE digital as part of the campaign by new CEO h Laurence Kulp junior to streamline the struggling industrial company in the past year. GE digital has cut its spending and more tightly focused its business on software for specific industries. These spinoff is a further move in that direction, and you think S F is fast. Try KC. Does life seem a bit faster in San Francisco? Maybe it is if you're talking about download speeds downloads in the city clock in at one hundred thirty one point six megabits per second versus the state average of one hundred one megabits per second. According to Ukwa, the maker of the speed test app. The speediest city is Kansas City whose one hundred fifty nine point two megabits per second. Average broadband speeds are attributable to the presence of Google fiber. The all trophoblast internet service from mountain views alphabet.