19 Burst results for "Peter Lynch"
Microsoft plans cloud push with foreign governments
"Do have some news here on Microsoft's CNBC's Jordan novick report that Microsoft is signing deals with foreign governments to offer cloud packages. This would be sort of like the bundle. Remember it simple for the dod the Pentagon remember there's that Djeddai contract with up to ten billion dollars over ten years that's being contested by Amazon Microsoft. Already has relationships with foreign governments. We don't know which ones yet here this could evolve joins understanding is this is going to be formally announced later this year, of course, we know in that cloud infrastructure intrastructure market Amazon. Go head to head in two thousand, nine, hundred Amazon control about fifty percent of that market and Microsoft and told about fifteen percent of it. Microsoft shares no ticket high here in the after hours Brian Back to you. Right up one point, four percent just thank you very much. All right. By the way for more than Microsoft's cloud feelings, you can head over to CBC Dot Com read more about that story that Joshua's talked about from our crack team. They're more yet another stock not as not not as superlative as apple, but certainly has been a monster of a moneymaker. Well. If you look at a five year charter Microsoft. Better chart so. The turnaround there that started a few years ago under such Adela has been all about the cloud has been all about enterprise like Microsoft teams is going to be taking market share. There's there's a major argument that you. You'd be buying that selling zoom as you look to to even just where I think some of the big tech giants will probably push around companies like zoom. So Microsoft is is as far as I'm concerned. They are the other company to be talking about in in this world of of Mega Cap Tech. This is the multiple that is you know depending on what you think you should be paying. Thirty two to thirty five times is that cheap? Well, they are taking market share in the cloud. There's no question that they are beginning to to really dominate but as your. Gaming is a billion dollar business and Microsoft clearly is is navigated the the regulatory environment. The irony is, of course you know. Back, in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, they were the ones that really started this. I think this focus on big cap tech and they're the ones that seem to be navigating best right now. Care Certainly. So be cared quickly go back to you talked about Apple Peter Lynch model like I love my phone. So I'm GonNa Buy Apple you don't hear a lot of people say man I really love that outlook. Oh, I couldn't live without excel. Zoom player I'm kidding on that one there an enterprise everybody deserve. The same kind of a French in that a consumer is going to or maybe more. Well, I. Think your point's well taken that in this environment where a lot is driven by narrative and. Just getting that attention of the so-called robinhood traders Microsoft isn't necessarily that exciting, right but look at the business that had has it's got great contracts coming up in contrast to Amazon. It appears that it's got kind of the tap on the shoulder from the government to go out there and get these contracts. I mean the government talked about them buying TIKTOK. That's a that's an acknowledgement that Microsoft has got a bit of a regulatory governmental tailwind to it. I agree ten listen it's it's over maybe it's over valued it. It was my pick few weeks ago when I did the fast pitch or whatever that thing is we did and I one and I'm still riding high from that and I would still apply Microsoft.
"peter lynch" Discussed on Speaking of Psychology
"So do you have any advice on where they where people should start to learn about all these topics you mentioned like compounding interest financial literacy topics things like that. If you want a financial literacy book, they're you know, they're couple that come to mind, I'm beating St. by Peter Lynch was a seminal book for me. Now was fascinating. And that one help teach me how to analyze balance sheet. So that's that's a bit more technical. But it's also very reasonable readable the money game by Adam Smith is just a really fun read. Of course, you can always go online and get these things at different sites. I I recommend talking other people as well. But, but if you want if you want like nuts and bolts, how am I supposed to learn about the mathematics of investing beating the street by Peter Lynch, and also beyond fear and greed beyond fear. Ingred by her Shefrin is is a great book that addresses some of that. But really gets more at the psychology behavioral finance of investing. Okay. Perfect actually writing these down for myself, the great. Yes, I mean, honestly, the I think I mentioned before automated millionaire by David Bach. That one that one is I've given that book to multiple people. I just think I think that's a great place to start and it addresses more the the how than the what? But, but you know, really great book the information the information's out there. Caitlyn? I really this time. It's the best time ever to actually learn about these things. But as we know having more information doesn't actually make you a better decision maker a lot of times. So there's an awful lot of work that has to go into understanding yourself. You know before you can put fully put into practice all that great information. That's out there going after reputable sources, you said like if you're seeing who who the author of a book or a blog is to is important to it's that someone who has a, you know, the background you think is we'll give you provide you with the best information. Yep. Absolutely. An intellectual before I think, it's really important. You start your journey on yourself, but by yourself, but it'd be involve involve other people on the way, it's it's really important to help get the perspectives of other people in it'll help you develop your own perspectives. And do you have any final advice for investors as two thousand nineteen progresses? Reminds me Ryan me end of hillstreet blues. I sign off my blog post this way lotta times. Hey, let's be careful out there. Advice that would be my vice I wouldn't give I wouldn't market advice. But you know, what you want something more concrete? I would say this have a plan. It can be a plan with contingencies. But have a plan. And there's some good reasons why not only will having a plan make it more likely that you can put into action behaviors that will help you. But at some point, we're really gonna have a crisis. I think what we've experienced lately fully qualifies. It was scary and unnerving, but it's not a panic. But someday that panics gonna come because it always comes. We just never know when and when it does when you have a plan, not only do you have steps you can take. But simply the value of having the security of knowing that plant is what keeps people from panicking in the moment. One of the one of the things that I think is interesting is it's not necessarily that the steps within a plan or optimal. That's that's great. If they are. But the cycle. College of knowing when it happens a hot I anticipated this. I am ready for it. I have things I can do very few things take back that so important sense of control like taking in action. And when you have that the ability to do that. All of all of these crises become frankly to become opportunities. If you look at the right way. Thank you so much for joining us, Dr Murtha, it's been a pleasure having you on our show. So if people want to get in touch with you, how would they do that? Sure. I love that best ways. Probably my Email f Murtha.
"peter lynch" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Smoking. A message from the US fired administration and firefighters everywhere. That they sold their apple weeks ago. Good evening to you, Greg. Hey, good evening. And we're gearing up to see what they the machines do tomorrow. Because the machines are such an important part at a major piece of the market. Will you break it down for people? How much is human and how much of algorithms who really don't care what the news is sure. I'll take a step back years ago investors. The market was dominated by investors like Peter Lynch who kinda listen to wife went went out Boston did some shopping like legs, he came home. And like the pantyhose bought the stock made a lot of money and kinda focused on instinct and intuition in research, and that shifted those kind of investors are not dominating the market, and they're much more rare. So and and for good reason, we've all learned we've learnt baby economics. We learnt that. Individuals. Often make mistakes they've got to make errors foibles they panic to get greedy. And we've shifted to models from man to models and machines, and as a result as much as eighty five percent of trading today is the result of some algorithm, and it could be sort of market making and people, you know, guys on the stock exchange. We used to see a specialist. You don't see that anymore that models, but it's also sort of quantitative they call them hedge funds which had algorithms these recipes recipes as opposed to people sitting behind a desk and doing thinking and and observing in research. So if it is a very different market. We all look at kind of business television and such to near people coming on making predictions. That's not really what's dominating the market. It's these machines. You're writing a book. I look forward to it and talking about it because I'll finally know what a Quanta is about. Jim's Simon's are these quads now dominating the market the quantum theory? Yeah. And it's hard to broadly, speak say who they are. They're all types of different types of quad someone, but but the the key here is a lot of them use an input of momentum. So we we argued in a story last week that part of the reason why the market so jumpy lady lately, and you know, the counter-argument is well, jeez. Greg. There's markets have always been jumping. And you look at Erez like or years like nineteen Ninety-seven in such Mark went down twenty percent overnight. So in that is true. We're not arguing necessarily that wasn't all volatility in the past. But the volatility today because the the the machines to rule though, the market Navolato today is inspired or driven by these models and against some some some investors kind of with miles by themselves. You don't wanna painted with a broad stroke care. But yeah, they act much more quickly than the past. And they accelerate. Existing trends trends, we're not suggesting to aren't real fundamental reasons why the market has gone down. We all know them, China and trade wars flowing in Europe slowing in the United States profits, and such so they can go on and on. But yet the machines seem to it's hard to quantify seem to accelerate. These trends, you mentioned as possible analogies to where we are today. The ninety eight. Crisis which I recall secretary Rubin. This is the Clinton administration making reassuring remarks on the corner to television, and then Greenspan these Federal Reserve chair at the time cutting rates a reassuring the market in as I recall, the chart looks like the is that what could possibly could come out of this the way down and then way up again. So I'm a more skeptical of that scenario the reasons to be more optimistic relative to pass crises like two thousand eight we don't have the deep problems and. Leverage crazy, borrowing and lending that we had we can't find enough workers. Greg. We can't find enough workers. Where shopaholic say shopped out the stores, the inventory is reduced. I mean, there's main street, and then there's Wall Street, and they don't seem to be in the same universe. But they never do. Because Wall Street anticipate so people always can buy that the market going up so much amount of work market going down so much, but we market it gets paid to look get the marketing dissipates, you don't you don't invest based on today or yesterday invest in the future and the next year or two in the market is concerned about a downturn. But as you said right now things are great. And you don't necessarily see a respect show one doesn't recession over the next year or so necessarily I into the possibility. But so so that's the reason to be optimistic. The flip side is as you suggest you you can't really see a scenario with their fade come in or the treasury department to come in and save the market and save investors because partly because interest rates are so low as it is. I mean, there was good reason why candidate Trump and Pri candidate Trump suggested or urged. Criticize the fed for cutting rates and keeping rates too low as president he says that they shouldn't be raising interest rates. But for many years, he said they should. And that's a good reason why he did make that argument is because rates needed to be normalized. Well, they never really were. That's what we're trying to do right now. But because they never were we can't really cut and save the day like in the past Greenspan could step in and save investors and help the market, but there's just so much the pet can do right now. And also we've already spent so much money are debt is so high does very little the federal government can do to help us if we have an economic downturn. We've you know, we've done all the tax cutting over the past year, or so and some of us scratched our heads and wonder why we're doing that in a good period usually wanted to those things and help them on the economy in a bad period. But now that we've spent an hour and all our data surged this is very little the government can do. So we're on our own to some extent, the other markets Europe or Asia or. Or our trading partner in Canada and Mexico. Are they concerned for those robots are the robots entirely in their own world. Well, listen, the robots aren't so different from you. And I it's just a lot more quickly. So they see the data and the data at such a fast pace and the old days ninety days decade or so ago and investor could sit back look at an annual report look at some. Reports of uneconomic activity seniors come out at cetera. Make a decision think about it overnight. You can't do that anymore. The robots are programmed to act immediately. So it's it's not the robots are thinking on their own. These are models that human setup human setup these algorithms and the machines just react to how they've been programmed. They're not working on their own, although there are some element of artificial intelligence out there. So some do operate to some extent on their own. But most don't so it's just a reflection of us. And we as investors and how we've program these these computers into computers and the machines are nervous because there's reason to be nervous. Is there a signal here to flow to some things stable? I mean, I know Greg they can't find anywhere to hide in the reports that I have debt. No, they were buying German bonds. I think is that is that that's their best idea. Caches two and a half percent, not terrible. And you know, US treasuries they've actually been rallying lately. So if you've got a balanced portfolio, you know, you're vanguard I'm a huge fan. Just a vanguard sixty forty balanced portfolio about balanced funds. You're doing better than some, you know, aggressive type equity investment that said interest rates going higher. So bonds aren't as safe as they used to be? Gregg Zuckerman is a special writer for the Wall Street Journal, it just so happens. I wish MC very good new year. I just have to we had the news that apple lowered expectations for the first quarter and his trading right now in the severe alarm, and it will be exciting to watch the market open..
"peter lynch" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Are low. Hey, welcome back, folks. So I get this Email from Alice. Just before the show started promised to get right to or so hit it fellas. Alice's restaurant. Okay. Okay. Alice. I think Alice if you've been tuning in I've already answered the question, more or less, my stocks are doing poorly. I just don't know what I should do. My husband says go to cash. See now. I've got a lot of emails recently like this. And I don't wanna be, you know, giving marital advice here. What am I going to tell her to not listen to her husband? Yes, I'm going to tell her that. Because I think it's stupid. I mean, I've already said it, but. Listen, Peter Lynch once upon a time the great vice chair of fidelity, one of the greatest money managers of all time was quoted wants to saying by Bilo just keep on buying. Now. I gave you a formula. If you were listening earlier to how you should siphon off some safe money for emergencies, etc. But but but seriously. I don't wanna get in the middle of you and your husband disputing over money. That doesn't make sense. Let's do this. Why don't we look at your portfolio? You obviously have made nothing but money over the last five ten years, right? So what's wrong with doing a little re-balancing, maybe siphon off some money and put it in something that doesn't go down when the market goes down, but has still some potential to help you in retirement annuity contract one of those deferred income annuities. They look a little bit better with higher interest rates a fixed index annuity that will do. Well, if the market keeps going up, and if it doesn't it won't lose anything. I'm not suggesting to crazy there, but allocate ten twenty percent of your portfolio to something that is a bit of an all alternative investment of you have debt. Take some of your profits and pay off debt, you probably have some recent losses. If you bought anything recently with the market down. Maybe you can sell something create a loss sell something that has a gain offset the loss against the game and pay off some credit cards or pay off a car or pay off something that will free up cash flow. So that you can invest regularly each month dollar cost averaging into the market. So. Rather than get in the middle of you. And your husband talking about money. Why don't you have this conversation with him and say, why don't we do and such or consider doing X and such? I don't know. I've got more on this husband's stuff because Alexa. I don't know if I'll get to you Alexa, but she's planning a wedding and hasn't talked to her fiance. They haven't even had a discussion about money yet. Don't like it. I'll get to that Email momentarily, but Edward was next. I have some our excuse me. I need some cash I have a life insurance policy with thirty six thousand of cash value on it is that better than borrowing on a he lock. I wouldn't say better or worse. I think it's a question of interest rates. Neither one of them are deductible anymore. So the he locked loan is probably the.
"peter lynch" Discussed on The Money Guy Show
"I mean, it's, it's that saying, I don't know if you sourced it, but it's the mess things up. You know how bad I am. Yeah, it's not market timing. It's how long you're in the market, not even close. Correct me what's? What's the say? It's not about timing the market. It's about time in the market, and that's so true. We will see that in Bob story today. So the first thing I want to talk about is what's talk about what market timing yours. We, I mean. Oh, that's one. That is one of my favorites. I mean, this is the cycle of market emotion and what I like about when you talk about the market, the cycle of market emotions just dropped it for all the LA viewers is that you get to see, you know the four the optimism is you're going on the upside, but then you also see how people freak out and panic when things are in a down market. And what this appeals to is really the two sides of human nature. You've got fear, which is you don't wanna lose what you already have and that we us as humans. We have a strong. Fear of losing money from just don't like pain. Don't like suffering so that that stuff sticks out to us. The other side of human nature though is greed, is that when we hear about remember that friend who comes up to you at the cocktail party and tells you how great things are you probably are starting to feel like, man, I gotta get it ought to be in that too. So the thing about market timing is, is that it hits you on both sides if your market timing during a good market, you trying to get some of that irrational exuberance. You're trying to buy while everybody else is getting all frothy and excited. That's the greed that's kicking in just like, but then the other side of it is is when things are really scary and markets are losing the headlines every night or talking about how much people are losing in the financial markets. There's a lot of you that are just thinking. I've got to be come, seek comfort. You'll get the heck out of this thing, and that's the fear that kicks in. What's bad is that you can miss this on both sides. And I mean, so it's better if you just get a good plan of action. In a void, even trying to you, learn how to Connor control in foster the fear and greed and the the market in the motions that you face. I think a lot of people struggle this, they think, oh, well, I'm, I'm actually not a market timer. I'm actually really risk averse. I don't really try to time the market, but but after twenty thirteen I started going to cash because I recognize the market was doing pretty well. I'm just waiting for that double dip. I'm not a market timer. I'm just waiting for that. Double dip. I'm waiting for the opportunity. Will that in and of itself is kind of market timing. If you're somebody kind of sitting on the sidelines waiting to deploy the cash, you fall into this category. And so we're kind of speaking to you today. What's what's the favorite famous Peter Lynch quote, I like Peter Lynch makes makes he had a great quote. He says far more money has been lost by investors, preparing for corrections or trying to intimidate them that has been lost in corrections themselves. And that's really the setup for today's show. I mean, the good news is you guys out there in the part of the money got family. Your financial mutants. I mean, you're the type of people. I think that when the market gets beat up, you actually get excited, not because you're fearful, but because you're thinking, man, this is when I can get the best opportunities not is when you look at our cycle of market emotions, you see, there's two points of of paying attention to his maximum point of financial risk which is during the four. Yeah, that's right. And then the point of maximum financial opportunity right here between the right at the bottom of this thing between capitulation and depression. So it is you guys are the financial mutants out, love the contrary, inning you. But still I worry about those because we've seen this in, but we talked about this when we're doing show prep the worst thing that can happen for somebody who thinks about dabbling in the market timing is to get.
"peter lynch" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Things one it introduced to a new broad market index funds with zero expenses nobody else has a, fund out there with zero expenses been out the -delity has to them to market index funds second it's slash the expenses on all its other index funds so that almost all of them have expenses that, are below, those of their competitors and then three what. They've also done. Which I think is super. Significant is they. Lowered the investment minimums on, all of their funds but they're index limbs and they're actually managed funds Two zero, previously many of the funds had minimums of twenty five hundred dollars but now you, can get into, any fidelity fund for, no money down all right I know the cynic in u comes out here what's what are. Your questions for software, why is he doing this Tonight the nineteen eighties when I started writing, about mutual funds, Gordon infidelity was king of the hill they had this unbelievable, swagger they were the place where you went to get market beating returns. They were. The home of Peter Lynch manager the fidelity Magellan. Fund but since the nineteen eighties has? Been all downhill for fidelity See with so many funds on offer, they. Always have one or two that are beating the market reputation that being the outperformance house is gone away people no longer think of fidelity is that place. We always get market, beating were tons its consequence there grosses sloughed and they can cost you. Around to how. To re-energized at gross and what they've, decided is okay we gotta get people. In the door and the. Best way to do it is one slash expenses on our index. Funds and to lower the prices nation so, I other words you. Don't have to have any money to come here and invest All right sounds great but you also say is this potential bait and switch opportunity, for fidelity what do, you make of that well you go back to the late eighties and again into the nineties we saw cutting wars back then one focused on, money market funds and other focused on s. and p. five hundred. Index funds and what, happened on those occasions was the fun companies would lower. The minimum on their the expenses on their cash would come rolling in and once the funds were bloated with. Acids they would Jack with these back up and. Suddenly people were recording these funds and. Pay much higher fees than when they entered them this time around a chance that's going to happen not just a delicacy, but. Also schwa- which has been Laurien expenses also Aisha's which has been lowering inexpensive will indeed turnaround in Jack up the expenses on those funds and people will. Find that they're paying, much more than I expected but I think no I think the Headed of environment. Is really so so shop so competitive that they can't afford to reverse these cuts they, did their reputation would be destroyed so I think these these lower expensory shoes aren't gonna stick, this time around instead so I see. It's based switches sliding different nature fidelity swamp I getting people to buy into their funds with these lower expenses didn't they're hoping the people turn, around and by other, of their funds on which they charge higher expenses in which they could it be making good profits Jonathan Jonathan Clements personal.
"peter lynch" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"About, mutual funds Gordon infidelity was king of the hill they had, this unbelievable swagger they were the place where you went to get market. Beating returns. Home of Peter Lynch manager the fidelity Magellan fund. But since the nineteen eighties it's been? All downhill from the galaxy You know with so many funds on offer they, have. One or two that are beating the market reputation that the outperformance house is gone away people no longer think of the delicacy is that place we. Always get marketing or, tons its consequence there grosses sloughed and they can cost you around the how to. Reenergize de gross and what they've decided, is okay we got to get people. In the door and the. Best way to do it is one slash expenses on our index funds to lower the price so I other words. You don't have to have, any money to come here and invest Sounds great but you also say is this potential bait and switch opportunity for fidelity what do you make of. That well you go, back to the late eighties and against the early nineties we saw Wars back then one focused on money market funds and other focused on s. and, p. five hundred index fund and what. Happened on those occasions was the fun companies would lower the minimum the expenses on their funds. Would come rolling in and once the funds were polluted with acids they would Jack, with these back, up and suddenly people were. Recording, these funds and pay much higher fees than when they entered them this time around a chance of, that's going to happen did not just a delicacy but also. Schwa- which is being. Lowering expenses also I chance which has been lowering expenses will indeed turnaround and Jack up the expenses on those funds and people will find their pay. Much more than I expected but I think not. I think the com-, headed of environment is really so so shop so? Competitive that they can't afford have? The, state did their reputation would be destroyed so I think these these. Lower expensive Issues all gonna stick this time around instead so I see it's based switches have slightly different nature fidelity womp ICS getting people to buy. Into their funds with these lower expenses Hoping that people turn around and by other, of their funds on. Wish they charge higher expenses and on which they're going to be making good profits Jonathan Jonathan Clements..
Before you invest, here's what you need to know about yourself
"peter lynch" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I came to the us because other and five and i started reading books about investing and they came across warren buffett peter lynch philip fisher and john templeton and in the process i learned what works and what doesn't and investing so i decided to to start investing for myself and i said if i'm going to be successful and i know the investments inside out then why not make this has a business and help other people at the same time do the same thing be successful and financially secure interesting alexander is that is that there's like there's like how i say this docs or sound ways of doing almost everything but man when people look at it investments the ways of approaching it are so eclectic i mean i know there's a conventional way which is you put it out very eloquently under show produces very little it's almost like sticking money in the mattress and it really benefits wall street but not not the actual investor unfortunately most are doing it but beyond that conventional wisdom that is really retail and his approach the best practices haven't risen to the top in my opinion i mean that's the way i look at it you much to work with what are your thoughts oh exactly two ways to do things it in anything that you do in life you know it's the right way in the wrong so what what knows people in this country are doing they're doing it the right of the runway because they're taught by wall street to do it that way because it benefits wall street when when you trade it another stocks they generate commissions and it works slim but worth for the average investor so in order to be successful and keep what they have the only thing that the average investor can do is learn more about investing know what they're doing and take a longterm approach so one day they'll they'll reasonable goals that they have yeah yeah absolutely it to me and this is what you said also something i think is often missed because people get a you know under sitting there and and wanted to see their money work it hasn't performed at greatly anyway and so they just go ahead and move it into something else with built on hope which means that they're taking whatever paul frey amount they made from their lesson desmond bending war move it to another investment that they're not even anymore sure about and and really almost like a hamster wheel it is according to to the stats investors investing in mutual funds they even underperforming mutual fund self that they're invested in because they get in and and all the wrong times so it's called momentum investing the hair this this other funders doing well has been doing well for safe last three four years then they sell out fun the they incurred costs and then they jumped into this fun so when this fun the performs and it goes in cycles and everything goes in cycles they have their good days in their bed days so then could those costs so they keep chasing the the trends sticky pacing the the ones that have performed kind of well in that's when the incur those costs and taxes and that's a big nono in investing so alexander real quickly what your website i wanna make sure we get that in in the segment my website is investing dash made simple dot com investing that's made civil dot com you're talking about just making twins.
"peter lynch" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers
"Up on wall street by peter lynch peter lynch became famous by investing in the fidelity magellan fund he left it in the early nineties it has been a lousy fund since then today the net asset value of that fund is still twenty four percent below where it was in nineteen ninety nine and that was a diversified mutual fund of us companies so i do think it makes sense that if you're going to invest longterm the market if they're stab your shell stabs yourself as a really good stock picker or at least have some of your money in a broad index so that you can benefit from the overall growth of the stock market so the bottom line here is i think there are plenty of reasons to believe that the stock market will continue to rise over time all of my retirement money is in the stock market but i'm a good twenty years or so from retirement i think once i get within ten years i'm gonna start prime back because i think at that point in your life it's make sense to lock in some gains so as closer let's conclude with something that ben carlson closed his article with he wrote many ways investing in the stock market is a faith based exercise faith in human engineer witty faith and the capitalist system and faith in other people wanting to improve their lot in life for those who do take a leap of faith and understand the inherent riskiness of stocks i do believe they will continue to offer investors higher expected returns is he wouldn't say working at the motley fool you have a little bit of a bias towards investing in the stock market i do have a bias i was reading the vanguard study every year that come out with how america saves and it's basically analysis all the retirement accounts they have and as i said seventy three percent of assets in the stock market and they say five percent have just stocks whereas i think people here at the motley fool many motley fool readers listeners are very aggressive i would say the.
"peter lynch" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Shortsellers shortsellers our i'm one of them myself right now i'm not i'm not an advocate of shortselling i am a short seller of tesla of explained every single time i ever bring up the topic shortsellers investors in wall street that bet on a stock going down in value so obviously to get the stock to go down in value they try to share every reason they think it's going to go doubt remember the old think it was the f hot but it might have been merrill lynch i think it was the f hut and it was a joe it was like a joke they did a commercial that was a joke and this guy talking on a plane of the talking and a golf course or whatever well i think i think that they did like ninety virgins they were all over my brokerage zia when f any up hutton says what he have at everybody gets quiet illicit here what he thought necessary as if it's hushed everything about that now the commercial was sort of a parody but everything about that commercial was ridiculous if you believe a stock is going to go up or go down you don't whisper about that you tell everyone because if you buy a stocky what everybody else to buy a stock because you can't make money unless other people make money with the stock can't go up unless a lot of other people by it the old guy from fidelity peter lynch always used to talk about that member peter lynch us the first of like the superstar we're not the first but what are the biggest of the mutual fund guys to come out of the eighties that everybody know turned into a saint in genius and a wizard ed you know hero worshipped them i mean he would always laugh about that he said if we have a stock at our fund that i like i'm going to tell everybody in the world about it why would i ever want a secret on anything that i think i've already bought the stocks now if i bought it but think that they're going to go up why would i not want them to go up well.
"peter lynch" Discussed on WJR 760
"To see if you're eligible visit spiral spelled s p y r a l h t and trials dot com or call eight seven seven five two six seven eight nine zero prompt number two peter lynch once said the real key to making money in stocks is to not get scared out of them hi i'm john lesser president of plante moran financial advisors many of us got used to the steady upward momentum in the stock market and now that volatility is returned so his some of our anxiety most advisers look great an upward market but who do you trust in a volatile one plante moran has worked for over ninety five years to earn our clients trust today we have more than two hundred and fifty dedicated investment professionals and over thirteen point two billion in assets under management while no one likes uncertainty if you have to go through turbulence it's better to have a team you know entrust our team at plante moran financial advisors can help take the fear out of your long term investment plan and help you see the opportunity ahead contact an advisor today to experience plante moran at plantemoran dot com with zillow you're not just looking for a house you're looking for the bathroom we were give your kids shampoo mohawks the bonus room you'll turn into a gym and work out in every day starting tomorrow you're looking for hardwood floors worthy of your signature dance move the glitch e robots you're not just looking for a house you're looking for a place for your life to happen and whether buying or renting zillow makes it easy with smart search features photos and more zillow find your way home great louis warm weather is going to be here soon that's right the season about doors birds singing people riding bikes and kids playing and laughing working around your yard and house who actually likes working on their house hi i'm shocked by design the inside guy and i'm ken calverley the outside guy would you really rather be painting your house remodeling your kitchen or upgrading your electrical system than spending time with your children or grandchildren what's your time work.
"peter lynch" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"I am actually going to give the microphone to somebody else well proverbial lee speaking because i am still going to do the talking with my golden rich broadcasting voice but i am going to actually just read the words of somebody else who has been around the block longer than me the financial service industry this is a woman by the name of karen firestone who started back in the 1970s and and 19 eighty three join this outfit and this individual you might have heard of both uh fidelity investments and peter lynch yeah that peter lynch and since two thousand and five karen firestone has been running her own investment advisory or organisation now managing billions of dollars so she has seen bear markets bull markets and and has been very very successful xili deals with are really really oltra high wealth investment so she's got a really keep her her ear to the ground when it comes to helping to nelly grow assets but just as importantly kind of protect that on the downside and she wrote a very interesting article or i don't know that she wrote it it was actually another person who uh no no she did actually disappeared on market watch dot com but she's also the author of this and i just want to read a few lines and then i want to give you dave simon's take on it this is really important please here this out from someone who's got a lot of experience and has been extremely successful for some forty years in the business and working with some of the greats like peter lynch and she has quietly established her own success of greatness to behind the scenes she by should give you a heads up what she's talking about here is this pervasive lack of cynicism in this market there are no question there is a growing lack of bearish sentiment from both mom and pop on main street and pravesh professionals on wall street and usually win that occurs people like me and apparently like ms firestone start.
"peter lynch" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL
"So i wanna finish of talking about what's going on next week i'm gonna talk about my predictions and way thoughts for two thousand eighteen but this is the time of year in which the tv the magazine are predicting what mutual funds to own what stocks to own what not to own what not to buy i do this every year because i believe that that's an ongoing process what own what not to own i begin the process in september from a clam account to look at what's down and what we should do for tax law sowing four i believe as well debt peter lynch was right when he says if you camp convince yourself when you're 25 percent down that you're buyer not a solid that you'll never have better than mediocre results and you know that i do post my results in their very good so i believe that it's a time when you do tax preparation and make tax efficiency i begin at in september not in december a believed by this time of year it's already been done been done a month ago two months ago but this is the time when people start to come out and talk about next year talk about what to do this year in a and i don't know what it is i am really on a cnbc negative kick i talked about larry kudlow in the last segment the segment i really wanna talk about jim kramer i have the tv going all day long in my office i sit in this and to see him be seat because that's what a lot of clients listen to sometimes plants were asked me thinks about our said about a stock or about a philosophy or about strategy on cnbc so i listen to it and i have to say i have a.
"peter lynch" Discussed on AM 1300 Business Radio KKOL
"So i wanna finish of talking about what's going on next week i'm gonna talk about my predictions emily thoughts for two thousand eighteen but this is the time of year in which the tv the magazines are predicting what mutual funds to own what stocks to own what not to own what not to buy i do this every year because i believe that that's an ongoing process what own what not to own i begin the process in september from a clam accounts to look at what's down and what we should do for tax law sowing four i believe as well debt peter lynch was right when he says if you can't convince yourself when you're 25 percent down that you're buyer not a solid that you'll never have better than mediocre results and you know that i do post my results in their very good so i believe that it's a time when you do tax preparation and make tax efficiency i begin at in september not in december a believed by this time of year it's already been done been done a month ago two months ago but this is the time when people start to come out and talk about next year talked about what to do this year in and i don't know what it is i am really on a cnbc negative kick i talked about larry kudlow in the last segment the segment i really want to talk about jim kramer i have the tv going all day long in my office i sit in this and to see embassy because that's what a lot of clients listened to sometimes plants west me thinks about our said about a sniper about a philosophy or about strategy on cnbc so i listen to it and i have to say i have a.
"peter lynch" Discussed on KOMO
"A burden if benjamin clam was telling you exactly what to buy and what to sell from beyond the grave i of that last part you'd never worry those four superstar strategies they say will help you build wealth and secure the future of your dream and it has a proven track record they say of b beating the market by seventy six percent over the long term they don't define with a longterm is but they say that now so apparently you're getting warren buffett peter lynch a women my page one way martin's y and the late shooting graham helping you with your investments well if they go on to say wei down here somewhere that where did it go that they base this on the strategies of these people they're not actually managing it so there are no superstars managing the dod gun thing not a what no superstars and yet it's outperformed by two hundred and ninety arch seventy six percent over the long term well i can't take things that just face value you know me i am opposed to taking things at face value so i look back actually maher colbert look back before his hobart financial digest stopped publishing they started publishing the superstar stock report in a january it's a january two thousand three actually december 31st of two thousand two events this january so what mark did was look back at their performance he calculated it they calculated it uh through two thousand fifteen the end of two thousand fifteen because hobart financial digest shut down in february of two thousand.
"peter lynch" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"That's the theme of investing we do it in a bunch of different ways that which was berkshire hathaway that was that was warren buffett's that for once what she usda when i first kind of the business 25 years ago peter lynch's one up on wall street already much said invest in which you know well here's the reason i gdp air gross domestic product is the single most determining factor of the health of a of a the economic health of any country citizenry as well as the country it's off seventy percent of our gdp is threatened by consumer spending as it's almost every other gdp and the world hence it would say consumption drives the economy why would you not invest in what try the account era probably the most common sense thing that most people don't think about when they go out and invest the for you though it comes down to not just investment ideas mature heavy on brands right that's correct talk about why and talk about that i mean you know consumption drives economy but what drives our behavior to go out in purchase things in the national realty yeah loyd oh my wife loves lululemon i love nike i love going to lululemon houn phoung shops rarely what what i'm going out there who what would i came out though with respect to but why nike adidas why nike verses under armor for example you know i think is so everything we do we created indexed it's called the alpha brands consumer spending index so that's two hundred of the most recognizable most relevant brand index finishing idea because the dow jones of thirty thirty of the most the highest martyred cap tradeable companies that's an index s p five hundred five hundred coverings representing an algorithm that shows really what the economy you create your own index we created our own index two years ago and that that was kind of our investment universe what we're in at right now woody minutes w what's which what's the dow jones is that what twenty four thousand and what is your you have accumulative index number of is not a publicly traded index it's used as a as a the investment.
"peter lynch" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A visual display of a stock or the general stock market they can better understand where they could buy where they could sell because they have a visual display yeah and and a while ago there was a book written by peter lynch shoes whose revered as one of the greatest fund managers of all time and is called one up on wall street i believe in it he says the average investor has multiple builtin advantages that if exploited should result in his or her outperforming yo the index is in the industry and i'm i'm not getting the quote perfect but you get the idea the builtin advantage advantages that the average investor has acts over the institutions that if exploited are very powerful and the first one is size one of the things that you see out of the halfday class is the fact that wall street has a hard time hiding they they they move with such amounts of money that they leave big footprints hate big old money footprints and as individuals we can see those and cents were so much smaller we can kind of zip around between them but step number one is learning how to track the institutions learning how to see where those footprints are and what direction they're going in and that's exactly what you learn online trading academy and specifically out of this halfday class folks that's why it is so powerful and it really is essential for you to understand how these markets work because the longer you hold onto a mutual fund the more money you're gonna pay in fees that's the reason why every time an adviser meets with you they always tell you you can't trade or time the markets because their plan for you is to pay as many fees is possible over a long period of time so.
"peter lynch" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You know that within diversification or love the way peter lynch put it a fidelity years ago diversification the one of the great charms of the mathematics is there's an expected function on both sides of the equal sign it's one of the few things in science were the expected return is equal on the other side of the some of the expected returns is anybody knows that's a lot of expected which means that need to be diversified but in this new world deep is there a risk of being over diversified into how to get battle against a not enough eggs in too many baskets yes sosas existential hey ching stick your car is there how do you battle this yeah i mean i i i don't know that there is a risk to being too diversified i mean i think there any multitude of macroeconomic outcomes that that could lead certain assets to perform and and others to to underperform so i'm you you overweight and underway based on where your convictions are but ultimately things can change quickly in and so you need to have that diversification how do you respond a hedge funds bought just what you said and they've underperformed s p is a benchmark for teen quarters yeah it's i mean that's the diversification in the sense or the choice set i should say that killing people yes well we're in a particularly expect these questions did you a videotape before questions look i think i think hedge funds or like any other asset class right now we're in an environment where beta assets are essentially what's what moves with the market is done exceptionally well hedge funds have have done less well but when we ultimately an end up in a downturn and and and and stocks are underperforming thank hedge funds will be one of those places where where we can expect outsize returned so i consider hedge funds as part of that diversity of our listeners coast to coast worldwide who are not due in two in twenty they're just trying to survive and trying to catch up a lotta people trying to catch up how did they catch up by choosing within that diversification yes so i think you need to have good advice i mean it at ubs asset management we we work closely with hedge funds like other airlines they're going to.