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"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:28 min | Last month

"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Bates. Services Firms, advertising agencies better saying we're actually serving our customers better in this environment because we now have a better client experience that is more consultation where we can bring our senior partners onto these conversations in a way that wouldn't be possible in that around the world, and so I think you're seeing a lot of business and realized they could be more customer senator as they move digitally. Now, that is not to say that we want the the broader macro reason why mode to continue we want officers to open up. Offices one where it's going to be Ireland way of working you come into the office for some. Asked the activities where you're able to remotely more seamless way as well. So I think I think the future is a hybrid one, but I think what enterprises are looking for the going to create better experiences or their employs or their customers and investing cloud solutions could be able to drive in the meantime. The starboard guys as helpful as you said, they might be a month after they got in. Yeah. So I think we've got a great grants with the partnership they've You know I think advocated for some very positive. Continued evolution of the business underlying business model on. We felt the same as last year we were growing too slowly not producing enough prophet and coming into this year we wanted to make sure we stabilize growth. We obviously didn't know about the the pandemic time that we had certain estimates on what might happen. Some of those were correct. Some we had to evolve, but we were able to do his driveway greater profitability I think the market had initially anticipated. That shows the strength of the underlying business model that we have. It's throws the underlying efficiency that we're able to deliver results with and not and I. Think we're GONNA continue to march on this path of executing where we drive greater grove greater profitability going forward and ultimately I think it's a testament to the team at box, and then ultimately, the demand in the market from our customers will is incredible some stocks selling it ridiculous levels. Ridiculous mobile sales and some stocks are selling at I think too cheap multiples to earnings, including box and Levy. Chairman CEO of box congratulations all that profitability. Great to see you. Not. Everything has to be a hundred times sales. Sometimes you buy a stock. It's putting me doing well making money and it's really Like box bunnies back the. As something. And then the lightning rounds over are you ready ski? With those Connecticut Christos. Professor Kramer K. Jimmy Choo the Joe. Man. But under heat-seeking missile fired, he'd be chilling what's up. About six weeks ago, you recommended company and even though you don't like the industry i WanNa know your take on it today you still like partially energies Parsley and Chevron are the only two oil stocks I will recommend they're the two best run. Ball one chevrons a big one and all the rest between. No DONKA. Pammy and Wyoming Tammy. Him a first time caller constantly back in the market since Kobe and grateful for your guidance Oh. You're quite welcome what's going on Well thanks to your interview with the CEO.

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"professor kramer" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"By Michael and and still worked very hard to try to integrate a man and when it really came to a head in and I was literally and figuratively right there at the game when it did was when didn't did both say the next and the last shot was was given to Tony at the expense of study and study refused to go in the game that was probably the low point in my opinion of of of Tony's tenure with the bulls it was really tough and but listen again it gets back to what we talked about before guys if he's not tough enough to handle forget about the Olympics but to handle practicing to handle those those flights how they gonna be in the game how reliable is he going to be as a teammate so ultimately these guys it's like with Rodman show up and produce a kind of don't care what you do off the court just make sure you're there as a good reliable teammates it was just what with with Tony he was always going to have that implements or of being Jerry Krause's guide and that was always going to have a provider which in the locker room with Michael and Scottie it's weird for me not to call you professor grammar so professor Kramer thank you so much of the time today we appreciate it very very much thank you Andy and Randy it's always my pleasure and I hope that you and your families your your is soon to be newborn Andy and certainly all of your listeners stay healthy and safe because that's the most important thing right now thank you so much for having me on watch some of the biggest names in sports here don't you joining us right now here on the show how you doing how you been the head coach of the Auburn Tigers and Gus Malzahn joins us here coach first off thanks so much for me and offers a few minutes in the land of the head football coach Georgia tech coach Collins first and foremost I you don't how you're feeling and how you pleased to welcome to the show now the head coach of the club's Tigers devil Sweeney Jordan John if you wanted to go to the border sports play here are you worried about paying your bills because of coronavirus king and can can help you get a fresh start with bankruptcy they may even be able to complete your paperwork over the phone without having to come into the office thanks to.

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"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:42 min | 9 months ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Need to go Polish break it is it and then the let you. Are you ready Steve Guy to come to the light brown because let's start with dry in Connecticut. Dr Kramer what's your all time. Thank you very much like welcome. What's up doc is greedy distance? NOPE GONNA pass on the only reason flux I'd rather see hp which got a small business there let's go to Sharon Illinois Shine Planer. Kramer Hegel Ya we are. I Have Changed Yvonne around two years ago I bought it for about two seventy seventy eight per share and I bought hundred. Here's okay it made me little good money. Yes with the chargers kicker Anki see all them I read them I think they've got a really compelling story now. I know look in this market. Let's understand each other. This market's going down. But as one going to be able to accumulate into weakness that makes a hell of a lot of sense. So I'm going to come on board there. Let's go to David in Virginia. David Professor Jimmy. Chill Kramer Jimmy Chila here to help. What's up pay? It seems like I'm act has been hurt by the stay at home economy and now this virus is it time to buy now. No it seemed the blast zone. It's in China's no I mean. Look I understand entirely why you want to be there but there's so many others If you WANNA be experienced economy when you want a little yield why go with deep your pockets. Why don't we go to Justin in Virginia Justin? Hey Jim how's it going fan. I love the unmet wisdom wisdom you bring every morning and evening we try to do. Thank you my question about the company Nervion N. A. V. I just had a big spike. Does your four percent. I wanted to come down the student loans that they can come lower. Let's wait for that. Why don't we go to Barbara Pennsylvania Barbara? Hey Professor Kramer. Her first time caller long long time listener. I love that. What's up? What type of future do we have with dingoes says? ESPN game software. Do like I think the stock is bottom. I don't know how far can go but I don't think it's advanced back here have Darrien look I wanna Gary. Hey Jim.

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"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:42 min | 9 months ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Need to go Polish break it is it and then the let you. Are you ready Steve Guy to come to the light brown because let's start with dry in Connecticut. Dr Kramer what's your all time. Thank you very much like welcome. What's up doc is greedy distance? NOPE GONNA pass on the only reason flux I'd rather see hp which got a small business there let's go to Sharon Illinois Shine Planer. Kramer Hegel Ya we are. I Have Changed Yvonne around two years ago I bought it for about two seventy seventy eight per share and I bought hundred. Here's okay it made me little good money. Yes with the chargers kicker Anki see all them I read them I think they've got a really compelling story now. I know look in this market. Let's understand each other. This market's going down. But as one going to be able to accumulate into weakness that makes a hell of a lot of sense. So I'm going to come on board there. Let's go to David in Virginia. David Professor Jimmy. Chill Kramer Jimmy Chila here to help. What's up pay? It seems like I'm act has been hurt by the stay at home economy and now this virus is it time to buy now. No it seemed the blast zone. It's in China's no I mean. Look I understand entirely why you want to be there but there's so many others If you WANNA be experienced economy when you want a little yield why go with deep your pockets. Why don't we go to Justin in Virginia Justin? Hey Jim how's it going fan. I love the unmet wisdom wisdom you bring every morning and evening we try to do. Thank you my question about the company Nervion N. A. V. I just had a big spike. Does your four percent. I wanted to come down the student loans that they can come lower. Let's wait for that. Why don't we go to Barbara Pennsylvania Barbara? Hey Professor Kramer. Her first time caller long long time listener. I love that. What's up? What type of future do we have with dingoes says? ESPN game software. Do like I think the stock is bottom. I don't know how far can go but I don't think it's advanced back here have Darrien look I wanna Gary. Hey Jim.

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"professor kramer" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by MD Anderson Cancer Center home to one of the nation's largest cancer clinical trial programs of its kind providing hope to patients new approaches in detection an advanced therapies more at making cancer history dot Com and by Lenovo you don't need a computer you need an all day all hours machine slash workstations powered by Intel who the Nobel Prize this morning goes to a tree Joe who use economics to fight poverty I'm David Brancaccio in New York three economists likely to bump into each other in the Boston area have won a Nobel Prize today I bet you Banerjee and esther do flow both at MIT created a poverty action lab and Michael Kramer at Harvard all are innovators in a very high calling. Devising adages that raise standards of living marketplace's senior economic contributor. Chris Farrell just live stream the announcement good morning Good Morning David so this This is about crucial lifesaving practical stuff these economists do field experiments and they're attacking the biggest issue that we ace or one of the biggest issues that we face which is global poverty the essence of their research is they try and break down these big questions about goal will poverty in the smaller chunks with healthcare or education and then they do field experiments and then they come back with an analysis says you know this policy will work it's worth the investment this one won't and over the years you've had occasion to talk to one of today's laureates Professor Kramer at Harvard yes he's incredibly generous with his time he did this study called odious debts and it's about these dictators in in many emerging markets who will will borrow huge sums of money and that money mostly ends up in their bank account somewhere around the world and then they're depose or they move on and the people who didn't borrow the money they have to pay it back and so he came up with a very practical mechanism for how do you forgive this debt and how do you decide at this was illegitimate debt is debt should not have been taken on and then you can free up the economy and free up to people to continue to grow marketplace's senior economic contributor Chris Farrell on today's like say Nobel Prize in economics winners but it actually these videos Reichsbank Prize in economic sciences if you want to be precise Christie you thank you very much David related but often using less targeted tools we have the fall meeting starting now of the International Monetary Fund and and the World Bank here's marketplace's Ben Bradford the US trade war with China and its tensions with other countries have the global economy looking fragile form I am F- economist Issoire Persad that is a sense that are less these financial leaders can figure out how to tamp down trade tensions the world economy Mike will dip into recession the IMF World Bank don't set trade policy but cornell economist Akbar Newman says they can help push trade discussions along the scenes the public discussions may be very muted or much less confrontational than the private discussions would be public sessions discuss everything from the threat of rising debt to the Carbon Capture Potential of Wales University of Virginia Public Policy Professor Lucy. Basset says they're influential. they kind of signal important topics or themes and highlight new developments including a new IMF report that proposes a global tax on greenhouse gas emissions I'm Ben Bradford for marketplace let us do the numbers here Dow s and P futures are down six tenths of a percent with news that president trump and his team were a- bullion about the first phase of a trade deal with China on Friday but the reaction in China now is I would say more cautious with Chinese officials saying China wants more talks before China's president is ready to sign the China Daily put it this way today quote the champagne should probably be on ice the US bond market is closed for Columbus Day the footsie in London is down seven tenths of a percent with the terms of the UK leaving the EU still unclear.

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"professor kramer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Member SIPC I'm David Brancaccio New York three economists likely to bump into each other in the Boston area have won the Nobel Prize today of a jeep Banerjee and Esther do flow both at MIT created a poverty action lab and Michael Kramer at Harvard all are innovators in a very high calling devising strategies that raise standards of living market place's senior economics contributor Chris Farrell streamed live stream the announcement good morning good morning David so this is about crucial lifesaving practical stuff these economists do field experiments and they're attacking the biggest issue that we face or one of the biggest issues that we face which is global poverty the essence of the research is they try and break down these big questions about goal poverty into smaller chunks with healthcare or education and then they do field experiments and then they come back with an analysis says you know this policy will work it's worth the investment this one won't and over the years you've had occasion to talk to one of today's laureates the professor Kramer at Harvard yes he's incredibly generous with his time he did this study called odious debts in is about these dictators and in many emerging markets who will borrow huge sums of money and that money mostly ends up in their bank account somewhere around the world and then there depose of the move on and the people who didn't borrow the money thank have to pay it back in so he came up with a very practical mechanism for how do you forget this stat and how do you decide that this was illegitimate that this that should not have been taken on and then you can free up the economy and free up the people to continue to grow market place's senior economics contributor Chris Farrell on today's will like to say Nobel Prize in economics winners but actually the speediest Reichsbank prize in economic sciences if you want to be precise cross thank you thank you very much David president trump and team were excited about phase one of the US China trade deal on Friday but now officials in Beijing say more work is needed before China's president will sign Dow.

"professor kramer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on KCRW

"Created a poverty action lab and Michael Kramer at Harvard all are innovators in a very high calling devising strategies that raise standards of living market place's senior economics contributor Chris Farrell streamed live stream the announcement good morning good morning David so this is about crucial lifesaving practical stuff these economists do field experiments and they're attacking the biggest issue that we face are one of the biggest issues that we face which is global poverty the essence of the research is a try and break down these big questions about goal poverty into smaller chunks with healthcare or education and then they do field experiments and then they come back with an analysis says you know this policy will work it's worth the investment this one won't and over the years you've had occasion to talk to one of today's laureates a professor Kramer at Harvard yes he's incredibly generous with his time he did this study called odious debts in is about these dictators in in many emerging markets who will borrow huge sums of money and that money mostly ends up in their bank account somewhere around the world and then there depose of the move on and the people who didn't borrow the money they have to pay it back and so he came up with a very practical mechanism for how do you forget this dad and how do you decide that this was illegitimate that does that should not been taken on and then you can free up the economy and free up the people to continue to grow market place's senior economics contributor Chris Farrell on today's right will like to say Nobel Prize in economics winners but actually the speediest Reichsbank prize in economic sciences if you want to be precise cross thank you thank you very much David president trump and team were excited about phase one of the US China trade deal on Friday but now officials in Beijing say more work is needed before China's president will sign Dow and nasdaq.

"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Life. Why will the world's dominated by yes costco amazon and target and walmart these us players doing everything they can't keep grocery prices down the succeed because that's how the edge of the competition no wonder kroger stocks wallowing for ages the close we hear from one controversial stock that is just one of my faves franklin's broadcom. That's the old you maybe this might be. The most important earnings call the week. Why first this book of business in china second. It's the supposed to be the putative buyer the enterprise portion of the security company symantec although there were new reports port say the two private equity firms have approached mantech to buy the whole thing. Let's see what develops there and third. The company's got a great handle on five g. and thanks to the acquisition of see the mainframe business mrs two broadcom c._e._o. Hock-tan is both wiley and tough and boy does he liked to buy a stock back. I bet you heat delivers trip. Accord finally had the biggest number of the week and that's retail tails on friday under this economies incredible decline in the mall which is capturing the overall retail numbers combined with a spectacular growth in ecommerce facilitators like amazon web services oetzi and chop fai this morning. When we interviewed my old pal larry cudlow the president's chief economic adviser. He talked about the new communist creating all sorts of uncountable jobs. They're just too under the radar to assess and they're often deflationary so you get weak retail sales from everyone except the uncountable. That's what i call them. Think people were selling stuff on is there side hustle and the big five walmart amazon target costco and home depot. Which of course is my favorite watchlist the like i said before i don't like placing too much emphasis on these macro numbers too bad way to make investment decisions but the president said she far war over monetary policy here so the macro matters love him or hate him. Trump is absolutely right on this issue in the bond. Market is practically baking powder slash and burn rates back down to one percent here. The president said today in a a tweet that he agrees with me and my view about pal and i'm glad he does because rates must come down to reaccelerate this economy democrat pratt or republican. You should agree with that the bottom line even if the fed sheep won't listen the president he should certainly listen to the bond market which has made it crystal clear that he raise rates too fast asked and now i got comedown almost immediately just in kentucky justin. Thanks for taking my call jim. I wanted your input arne eriksson proximal e._r._i._c. and the role will play in the global roll out of five g. Two years should be it should be good but walkway has consistently underpriced. It's business and made it so even though eriksson has been my preferred way to play it. I've switched morville. M. r. v. l. as a way to play five g. 'cause they don't have to worry about the chinese trying to wreck a european company that is defenseless because the europeans don't protect themselves against the chinese peter in in tennessee peter professor kramer. Yes thank you for showing me and my son jackson how to put our earnings work network. I've earned money and i really appreciate it. <hes> listen last week while you were out. All took took a dive and in sympathy. I think my estee lauder all also went down. Is this a sign for me to pull out. What or should i just hold on. Okay estee lauder didn't really come down. That much hit an all time high today breezy afraid i think he acquitted himself incredibly well mary..

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"professor kramer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Dot com. Forty people who like to laugh and make other people laugh or mourning the death of a man who co-founded the comedy store, semi shore, wife Mitzi, and his writing partner Rudy DeLuca founded the comedy store back in nineteen. Seventy-two CBS twos. Jeff win says at the club on sunset strip has become a world famous proving ground for a Spiring comic since then even though short himself didn't run if it very long. The comedy store was launched in nineteen seventy two by Sammy and a writing partner within two years, ownership was handed over to shores ex wife Mitzi couple. Divorced shores family says he died of natural causes at home in Vegas at the age of ninety two his son and fellow comedian Pauly shore is written attribute to among Twitter saying that this father lived in amazing life and promised to carry on his father's legacy. Researchers at UC Irvine are involved in a clinical trial using video games to help rehabilitate stroke victims. For those behind this study. The thought of using video games as an exercise made a lot of sense. Our focus has been on our movement and leg movement, whenever you play video game. There's lots of movement going on your role g professor Stephen Kramer of UC Irvine who's heading up. The study. Watching somebody sit in the same chair and play video poker in Vegas for six hours, without budging patience to do that with their ours. If you can make it a fun game. You're going to have our movements and leg moving spurred for driving games or video poker, or whatever it may be. Professor Kramer says doctors used videoconferencing to check up on their patients while they play video games like blackjack and duck hunt. He says stroke patients are improving their motor skills, and are able to do so in the comfort of their own homes cuisines, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. He's been with sixty minutes. Sick CBS sixty minutes since nineteen eighty nine and Steve cross last broadcast. Aired last night Sunday. Things I'd like to do that. I haven't done. I'm not getting any younger I wanna leave while I still have all of my marbles the energy to enjoy life in the curiosity to pursue some different things. Crofters seventy three in September. Sixty minutes will air a retrospective of his journalistic career it's one forty three and in Gardena. Traffic is pretty slow on the one ten south at a laundry that's due to a car fire. We'll take a closer look at that..

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"professor kramer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The comedy store was launched in nineteen seventy two by Sammy and a writing partner within two years, ownership was handed over to shores ex wife Mitzi couple divorced source family says he died of natural causes. He his home, ninety two in Las Vegas. His son Intel comedian polisher has written a tribute to him on Twitter, saying that his father lived to the mazing life and promises to carry on his dad's legacy. Researchers at UC Irvine. They're in the midst of some very interesting clinical trials ready for this. They're using video games to help rehabilitate stroke victims. At. For those behind this study. The thought of using video games as an exercise made a lot of sense. Our focus has been an arm movement and leg movement. Whenever you play video game. There's lots of movement going on your all g professor Stephen Kramer of UC Irvine is heading up. The study. Watching somebody sit in the same chair and play video poker in Vegas for six hours, without budging. To do that with their ours. If you can make it a fun game. You're going to have our movements and leg movements. Driving games or video poker, or whatever it may be. Professor Kramer says doctors use video conferencing to check up on their patients while they play video games like blackjack and duck hunt. He says stroke patients are improving their motor skills and are able to do so in the comfort of their own homes cuisines. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio CVS sixty minutes since nineteen eighty nine longtime and Steve cross last broadcast. Aired tonight there are still some things I'd like to do that. I haven't done. I'm not getting any younger I wanna leave while I still have all of my marbles the energy to enjoy life in the curiosity to pursue some different things. And he said all that at seventy three years old. Freeway and the five leash park, we've had problems there all night long. We still have problems there and of course, still problems at the airport to at LAX of those stories coming up for you and just two minutes. We check traffic forty five. Short and stout. Here is my handle when he.

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"professor kramer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Store was launched in nineteen seventy two by Sammy, and a writing partner within two years, ownership was handed over to shores ex wife Mitzi, the couple divorced choice, family says he died of natural causes at his home in Las Vegas at age ninety two his son and fellow comedian Pauly shore has written a tribute to have on Twitter saying the his father lived at amazing life and promises to carry on his dad's legacy. LAPD is celebrating its one hundred fiftieth anniversary by giving residents. Listen. What goes on behind the scenes that their community police stations eighteen sixty nine when the LAPD was founded there were six officers at the time today. There are roughly ten thousand officers working out of several stations spread throughout the city. We wear the same badge that's been warned for years and years and years. And we come to work every day doing that same thing trying to serve the public captain Tim Nordquist works out of The Wilshire station, which was built in nineteen twenty two he says a lot of people don't really understand. What happens inside a police station. That's why they decided to host an open house for the anniversary often people don't get a chance to see the inner workings of on how we operate. And so we wanted to give people a chance to see what goes on here on a day-to-day basis says he believes the event is a great way to build trust with the community Dan start thinking about the next one hundred fifty years Cooper, Rummell, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Researchers at UC Irvine or in the midst of a very interesting clinical trial. They're using video games. To help rehabilitate stroke victims. For those behind this study. The thought of using video games as an exercise made a lot of sense. Our focus has been on our movement and leg movement, whenever you play video game. There's lots of movement going on your OG professor Stephen Kramer of UC Irvine is heading up. The study. Watching somebody sitting in the same chair and play video poker in Vegas for six hours without budging patients to do that with their arms, if you can make it a fun game. You're going to have our movements and leg movements for driving games or video poker, or whatever it may be. Professor Kramer says doctors use videoconferencing to check up on their patients while they play video games like blackjack and duck hunt. He says stroke patients are improving their motor skills, and are able to do so in the comfort of their own homes, Chris scenes KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio five fifty..

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"professor kramer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Times a man who's accused of not respecting the rules of democracy of admiring, the country's former dictatorship under-funding minority groups who thought the theories that with Mr. Bolsonaro empower the gains made since Brazil returned democracy thirty years ago could be all two raised. Casey Watson reporting for us from Rio a short time ago. I got more reaction to the night's events from Maurizio Santoro, professor of political science at the state university of Rio de Janeiro. It was a big margin of victory. But nonetheless soup problems for Bussan, for example, when the second round began free weeks ago, he was leading the falls by a twenty point margin, and this gap sell a lot. So what happened I would say that voters were scared by many of his authoritarian remarks by his most radical comments during the campaign, and that many people stop it's to support hand because of that, but he has one and pretty decisively. He is unlikely to be challenged. What what do you think the first things that he will do? He's already said that it will mean a dramatic change for the country. Then this is not something. The Brazilian political system is very fragmented in bozo narrow party controls just ten percent of congress. So that means that despite his big electoral victory. He we have to sit with many people around the table and negotiate deals alliances. In the way that Brazilian presidents. Always do which means that he's going to exchange ministries and other offices in exchange of political support is the fear that many people who have criticized the way in which he's conducted the campaign that he will be an authoritarian president will that come to pass in the context of the way in which the Brazilian system has fewer checks and balances than in other countries. He supporters claim that this is just the campaign talk that he's not going to do anything like that. But of course, that many people are afraid the Brazilian institutions right now are quite for after many. Years of deep political and economic crisis. But at the same time Brazil has dynamic Seaview society with many strong social movements, and it's important now for the sake of democracy that all the people who are worried about human rights in Brazil present themselves and mobilize in the defense of constitutional. Isn't he likely though to see all the things that you're saying the civil society structures as left-wing groups of people, and he has said today that there would be very little tolerance for left wing ideologies. He's going to try to curb demonstrations to St. the freedom of expression, I figured he will probably try to do something like that. But the Brazilian society we react, and we're going to need all the support that we can gather in many countries outside Brazil in order to to keep our free does in order to keep always to shows working, but it's not clear. That Bussan is going to have all the support in promoting a radical ideology. Maybe people voted for him not because the agreed with both on arrows, radical ideas. But because they were so angry with the Brazilian political establishment so fed up with these solutions in Brazil that they weren't to change. But it's not a blank check for books on that. Let's go scientists Maurizio Santoro of the state university of Rio de Janeiro. Let's get the views. Now of one of Mr. Baltimore is supporters Paolo Kramer provided foreign policy advice to the president-elect's campaign. I began by asking whether he accepts that Giro Bolsonaro is about to preside over deeply divided country. Fac political environment has been very polarized. I don't want to buy any kind of of blame game. But I need to state that this progressive boys any of the political environment of the political debate can be attributed to thirteen years of rule. This is the work party, which is very divisive. The chief problem with the Workers Party, in my opinion, is that they never converted themselves. Sincerely to the basic tenets of Representative democracy. Dare Madhu is the bully Varian. Republics of South America, Cuban cancer, family regime to so much. So that they invested heavily in the demoralization of Representative democracy. What can you tell us about president Bolsonaro attempt to focus very much on the nationalism of Brazil as opposed to connecting with the rest of South America, the worker Workers Party foreign policy was in my opinion, totally misguided. Privileging the so-called south doubts relationship. Okay. But professor Kramer. I'm sorry to interrupt you, sir. I just wonder if you would focus on what you think. Julia Bolsonaro will do rather than what you think the work has has done. Yeah. Bush on adult will invest in new concept of foreign policy, which we'll briefly no-one either for economic or for political ideological reasons. Okay. We want to have good relationships both with the first and the third world's United States. Of course, it will be a very important partner. Asked will be China will be western Europe, Japan, that's our break, medic orientation and yet and yet, but professor Kramer, Mr. Boston ARA has made very aggressive statements about China. He has talked about China taking advantage of Brazil to the point of buying Brazil. Well, I think those statements where linked with. The heavy presence of Chinese skeptical. Chinese investments in our electric grid. Okay. In fact, he recanted. He's somewhat his previews the statements and inspired by Paulo Gaddis who will be probably our economy minister for economy for finance. And now he states that we are interested in good relations, but mutually advantages relations with the great powers of the world. Does it concern you told that president-elect Bolsonaro has won this campaign on the back of making some pretty heinous remarks not just about women about homosexuals about the use of torture? Advocating the use of torture exalting, previous dictatorships in Brazil. Does that concern? You know, what concerned me most is the fact that large chunks of the domestic international media. We're able to. To see that is Brazilian democracy. Run the risk of being destroyed. It was during the thirteen and a half years of work at parties in power. They tried to buy the support of minor parties you in order to perpetuate themselves in power. And it's a shame that the international meet, both the international media. We're able to to criticize that I think I think I would have to dispute that many people have criticized the fact that the left has has not delivered on the promises that it had made. My question was not about the left. My question was about the rhetoric and the language that Bolsonaro uses and to the extent to which that is the kind of language that a leader should be using. I think we have to pay attention for now one to what both Naidoo and his government will do rather on what? See that's my thought and that was Paolo Kramer, an advisor to the giant ball scenario? Presidential campaign will be returning to this story for the end of the program. You're listening to NewsHour. It's the BBC NewsHour on WNYC in New York. Stay tuned coming up at ten this morning. It's midterm election. Crunch time today on the Brian Lehrer show hear from to congressional candidates for New Jersey, the Republican incumbent Leonard Lance and his democratic challenger Tom Allen hausky, plus the pre-election series thirty issues in thirty days looks at the policies. The Trump administration has pursued that affect LGBTQ Americans. That's coming up on the Brian Lehrer show that begins at ten o'clock this morning right here.

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"professor kramer" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on WLOB

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"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"The earnings over lintas and the schedule is grueling but kramer has burned the midnight while and he's ready to run the gumption to find you a raging bull market powerful executives scores of tops questions all week kramer sits down with some of the markets most influential cease week players join that money on air and online from c interviews you can't afford to miss it is and then the lightning round is over and i've got some guests here tonight so let's start over here jim allison from new york how are you all right are you good both fi hold or accumulate oh jeez i would just hold that its head a pretty big run i do like the majors more than that yes jim nichol new york belco melchiot no no come on we like we like mgm little little bit less of beta so to speak yes good evening jim this is joan from westchester pennsylvania my question is about horizon to buy you could hold it forty seven bucks gets go up to fifty fifty one stocks but on a little bit of pressure rates higher i like it yes by professor kramer thank you this is from brick new jersey i wanted to ask you see chipotle kind of peak its nose out of the house of pain in the last couple of weeks and i know maybe you could give us some insight as to whether that looks like a trend or a blimp it's real because i really liked this guy brian nickel he's a little too he's very polished he's out of look out of the taco bell world but you know what that's exactly what they need discipline he had a good tool yes sir.

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"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"The earnings over lintas and the schedule is grueling but kramer has burned the midnight while and he's ready to run the gumption to find you a raging bull market powerful executives scores of tops questions all week kramer sits down with some of the markets most influential cease week players join that money on air and online from c interviews you can't afford to miss it is and then the lightning round is over and i've got some guests here tonight so let's start over here jim allison from new york how are you all right are you good both fi hold or accumulate oh jeez i would just hold that its head a pretty big run i do like the majors more than that yes jim nichol new york belco melchiot no no come on we like we like mgm little little bit less of beta so to speak yes good evening jim this is joan from westchester pennsylvania my question is about horizon to buy you could hold it forty seven bucks gets go up to fifty fifty one stocks but on a little bit of pressure rates higher i like it yes by professor kramer thank you this is from brick new jersey i wanted to ask you see chipotle kind of peak its nose out of the house of pain in the last couple of weeks and i know maybe you could give us some insight as to whether that looks like a trend or a blimp it's real because i really liked this guy brian nickel he's a little too he's very polished he's out of look out of the taco bell world but you know what that's exactly what they need discipline he had a good tool yes sir.

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"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"The bottom on when you buy a stock make sure you're owning for the right reasons please square some fabulous technology and even better numbers maybe someday the bitcoin connection material impact on the business but until that remember that when this dog sells off based on volatility in cryptocurrencies that's a reason to buy square not to dump it let's say some calls it's go to george and south carolina george today i am five serve simple f i s v a financial services technology cal processing firm when you introduce the firm to us about two and a half years ago since up forty five percent what i'd like to know is with the market volatility in two thousand eighteen will the volatility act as a catalyst for the price should i buy more is a it'd be call fintech story which is financial technology anytime the banks are weak the money comes into this one no need to buy more because it's it's frankly it's breathtaking moves on the bottom but you know when these pullbacks it's okay it's what people want to own let's go to fill my home sadie jersey fail doc the crew to the doctor economics professor kramer your knowledge you beeld economic for donald trump you got my pick you're very nice i'm a little more humble i took domic's nine economists even alexa says i am when i asked her so go ahead what's up okay mastercard back in february twenty sixteen and a great right really hate trimming from this company because they were doing so good should i keep it going or should i just cut some i don't want you to trim as a matter of fact i added this to the bullpen fractures plus dot com club members aj bongos doing a remarkable job hit an all time high today if it pulls back i swear i would actually buy more this is one of the best companies i have ever seen in terms of how it's run and its possibilities all right bows bath bass bass squares ability rebound is just for markel this doctor by any bitcoin related pullback much money at including my screws with the ceo of applied materials how is this company positioning itself for the new us china tech wa corey then trump com move change.

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"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"professor kramer" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"The bottom on when you buy a stock make sure you're owning for the right reasons please square some fabulous technology and even better numbers maybe someday the bitcoin connection material impact on the business but until that remember that when this dog sells off based on volatility in cryptocurrencies that's a reason to buy square not to dump it let's say some calls it's go to george and south carolina george today i am five serve simple f i s v a financial services technology cal processing firm when you introduce the firm to us about two and a half years ago since up forty five percent what i'd like to know is with the market volatility in two thousand eighteen will the volatility act as a catalyst for the price should i buy more is a it'd be call fintech story which is financial technology anytime the banks are weak the money comes into this one no need to buy more because it's it's frankly it's breathtaking moves on the bottom but you know when these pullbacks it's okay it's what people want to own let's go to fill my home sadie jersey fail doc the crew to the doctor economics professor kramer your knowledge you beeld economic for donald trump you got my pick you're very nice i'm a little more humble i took domic's nine economists even alexa says i am when i asked her so go ahead what's up okay mastercard back in february twenty sixteen and a great right really hate trimming from this company because they were doing so good should i keep it going or should i just cut some i don't want you to trim as a matter of fact i added this to the bullpen fractures plus dot com club members aj bongos doing a remarkable job hit an all time high today if it pulls back i swear i would actually buy more this is one of the best companies i have ever seen in terms of how it's run and its possibilities all right bows bath bass bass squares ability rebound is just for markel this doctor by any bitcoin related pullback much money at including my screws with the ceo of applied materials how is this company positioning itself for the new us china tech wa corey then trump com move change.

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