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Its about to get even harder for renters
"We begin today with a pair of stories about two key parts of this economy. The first one's a quickie because it's something. We have covered every single week. Since march the number of people filing new claims for unemployment benefits seven hundred and forty. Two thousand was the number that came out this morning. That is people who've lost their jobs in the week ended saturday seven hundred and forty two thousand of big as that is it is lower than it has been overall. That is true but it's a week over week increase in that number for the first time in a month in other words. It's going the wrong way story. Number two is housing which just keeps chugging along pandemic well pandemic be darned. How about that. Because it's a family radio show. Sales of existing homes last month hit their highest level in fifteen years. That's according to the national association of realtors and yes prices were up again to more equity for those lucky enough to own now but meanwhile a report out today from harvard tells a different story about a different part of the housing market renters. Especially those with the lowest incomes. Marketplace's amy scott covers housing for us one in five renters. Earning less than twenty five thousand dollars. A year are behind on rent and chris. Herbert with harvard's joint center for housing studies says the racial and ethnic disparities are stark. While fifteen percent of white renters at that income level or behind twenty five percent of black and hispanic renters are behind and this reflects the fact that black and hispanic workers are more likely to be the sectors of the economy that have had a shutdown from the pandemic and so have lost wages meanwhile to policies that have helped renters stay in their homes. A national moratorium on evictions and extended unemployment benefits are set to expire next month so january. It could be a very difficult month for millions of renters and evictions haven't completely stopped. Carol ott with the fair housing action center of maryland says it's up to individual judges. We are seeing people being evicted through the courts. We're also seeing illegal evictions where the landlord will go and change. The locks on attendant widespread evictions could increase demand for homeless shelters. Emergency rooms and child welfare. Services says dan three a research analyst with the national low income housing coalition and the public costs to health and social services systems could range between sixty two and one hundred and twenty nine billion dollars. He says the solution is direct payments to help tenants cash up on billions of dollars in background. I'm amy scott for
Concern for college town businesses amid postponed football season
"Conference is the Big 10 and Pac 12. It postponed their fall schedules until spring. That's affecting not only the schools, but sportswear companies that depend on college football. We're talking with Ken Perkins Research analyst had RetailMetrics in Massachusetts. Ken. It's good to have you with us here, there really is a ripple effect isn't there? It's not just the football teams or the schools that get hurt by this. Yeah, it is amazing The ripple effect. I mean, somebody these college towns have tons and tons of small businesses that are impact and you know whether it's local bars, restaurants, hotels, mom and pop shops selling college paraphernalia. They are all Hit really hard by this on da you and throughout the Big 10 and the Pac 12. You know, I think they're going to see a lot of that happening. It's putting added pressure on an already difficult situation. I mean, you've already got, you know an economy double digit unemployment. You got 30 million people still receiving unemployment benefits. You got a lot of people out there. They're really struggling. It's already a tough retail environment, with earnings down 60% for retailers in the first quarter. There's collected be down another 34% of the second quarter rolls out this week and next. Another fit down another 15 in the third quarter. So there are some serious ripple effects have a lot of sports where companies
The coronavirus outbreak is causing a spike in gaming usage
"And I can safely say that as I look out my back window across my little suburb of New York City here there is some kids playing video games I just know that it's true maybe they should be on the zoom in a class maybe they should be doing some class work but they're playing video games it's just a fact Michael actor is video game technology analyst for Wedbush securities he joins on the phone from Long Beach California I'm right Michael right I mean a lot of kids are playing videos out of adults are playing video games right now yeah I just took a break for playing video games this call so yes everybody's going to call that research don't you yeah exactly it is absolutely so what do we know about the the backdrop here I mean there is anecdotal evidence but I mean you've got your hands on real data here right yeah I I do but you know realistically there's two things we're gonna do whether we're indoors or outdoors we're gonna eat and we're going to entertain ourselves and you know it's it's intuitively obvious if we can't go to restaurants will eat at home if we can't go out to movie theaters and sporting events or even engage in physical activity we're going to do that at home and so you know clearly we're seeing from internet service providers that it internet usage is up a Verizon set up seventy five percent we got something yesterday from Comcast talking about wifi access and so the question is just what are people doing with the internet and then the answer is obviously they're watching a lot of video and applying a lot of games from the Spotify just said their usage is up people are just entertaining themselves in place games are the the most likely you know beneficiary of this you can do it on mobile you can do it on tablets you can do on the TV and people are doing that so are the supplies there to meet the demand of the telegraph had a report that whether to you Kerry the US there's definitely you know people are out there doing you know I'm playing video games it's a great escape right now especially those you know this feeling isolated from the rest of the world or from others and and the thing is the demands of the consoles are completely sold out so I'm just curious about supply yeah Nintendo switch is the one that it's impossible to get and you know obviously they didn't plan for a pandemic but they once again called animal crossing which is actually pretty much a single player game really fun though it's like a a life simulation you farming you trade in it's a it's a really really fun game so that the sales of acting were off the charts and people trying to get their hands on switches and I frankly think that's because there's a big demand for kids it you know adults probably can can play on PC or phone or they have consuls I'm you're not seeing ex boxes and PlayStations sold out the service which is really benefiting just because it's you know the hot item right now and they have the high came well it's also interesting you know you mentioned PC's because a lot of people and I think Carol and I are both in this category not the gamer category but more the a lot of folks are sort of amping up their work from home so they set up to me and I know we boosted our internet speed just to deal not only with my needs broadcasting the show but also in anticipation more streaming and other things that the the kids are doing with their school work and and things like that so I do wonder how that plays through especially that PC gaming part of the equation PC gamers it total about four hundred million people total and that's a lot of console gamers more like two fifty million interesting mobile mobile gamers one point five billion so you know the the the most frequently used devices are mobile phones and you can play games like candy crush on your tablet as well our PC you know the the dominate games are games like Fortnite league of legends you know so those are those are games people play all the time console tends to be things like Madden and FIFA and call of duty so the different types of experiences I think the the right analogy is like going to a movie theater to see a feature length film you know that that's what a console game is and watching YouTube videos with a mobile game is like so you know there are different types of activity for different types of devices but all really engaging and you know people play them all day long is it too early though to to make some investment calls based on what's happening now does that make any sense to even think about that at this point Michael I it's I mean beyond the pandemic I mean the pandemic is clearly going to drive up the use case for in the month of March and probably for the entire June quarter of you'll probably see some people one over permanently so you're gonna get some people who weren't really gamers before who find it you know this activities really enjoyable I actually think that we're on the verge of expanding the market just remarkably by streaming games and and that's you know Google's offering something called stadia I think Amazon's gain at going to enter the fray Microsoft and Sony each have products that allow you to play games on any device without a console or PC when that happens and I think that starts this fall and I think it grows over the next five to seven years it should double or triple demand for the content so anybody's got content is a beneficiary anybody who makes peripheral seal controllers are keyboards is a beneficiary and you know we're we're working with an ETF called gamers GMR that's ninety some odd stocks in the video game video game technology sector that's the pure play that's the easiest way to play it you're going to get exposure across border across industries to add a democratic system expand all walked right embraces you've got single you've got glue mobile you've got all the names in there well because they're also everybody other other than you know big big big companies like Google where gaming is not a big piece of their business but will be Sunday Amazon same thing but short of that yes he got all the publishers all the device makers hole the mole pure play mobile guys well and even I believe in keep me honest here Michael some of the semiconductor company's too and we talk about that with our inside our internal research analysts all the time about how when you look at the nvidia is another is of the world so much demand it seems these days I guess this was both on the PC and the and the console side is especially you know there's some there's some semiconductor demand that is driven by gaming right absolutely and you know nvidia in particular they make the high end graphics cards so you know that four hundred million PC gamers they they need a video card for two hundred fifty million console players the media video
Severe wildfires transform forests in the Cascades
"If you hike in the cascade mountains of the Pacific take northwest. You'll find yourself in the midst of dense conifer for us. At mid. To high elevations winters are wet and in summer snow from higher up the mountain. Elton melts and waters the trees but as the climate warms some of these areas are getting drier and the forest are becoming more vulnerable to frequent and severe wildfires wildfires Sebastian busby a research analyst and PhD Student at Portland State University. He says that in the burned area seat studied some important tree species. ABC's like sub Alpine for and mountain. Hemlock are struggling to grow back after these big severe wildfires it created sort of this like health scape of sorts where it's extremely dry. There's no shade. There's no organic soil on the ground and those species don't really like this conditions. The trees that are coming back are more drought route tolerance species like lodge pole pine and they're spaced farther apart. Busby says this could reduce timber harvest and diminish the mountains unique beauty but it is also how the forest will adapt to climate change. The spark of hope is that it's already organizing itself to be more resilient to the future wildfire patterns we
U.S. will look at sudden acceleration complaints involving 500,000 Tesla vehicles
"The national highway traffic safety administration is going to investigate one hundred twenty seven complaints now of sudden acceleration and Tesla vehicles W. W. J. auto beat reporter Jeff Gilbert says the investigation covers five hundred thousand electronic cars those complaints include one hundred ten crashes in fifty two injuries Navigant research analyst semblable salmon says Tesla deserves the benefit of the doubt because sudden acceleration as often turned out to be operator error but still Tesla software needs to be looked at it's possible because of the software driven nature of tassels that you know this this may be the first case where that's actually true the government's also investigating several crashes that have been linked to test was auto pilot and a separate review was launched last fall involving battery fires in certain Tesla
U.S. will look at sudden acceleration complaints involving 500,000 Tesla vehicles
"Federal safety regulators are going to look into complaints of sudden acceleration it is happening and Tesla vehicles a we get the latest live from WDBJ RB reporter Jeff Gilbert Jeff there been one hundred twenty seven complaints of Tesla six seller rating suddenly connected to a hundred ten crashes in fifty two injuries now other car makers have been accused of sudden acceleration in the passes navigate research analyst sample balsamic any warrants their systems of ended up checking out fine it's possible because of the software driven nature of tassels that you know this this may be the first case where that's actually true bubble salmon says test line needs to be given the benefit of the doubt while the investigation progresses test also being investigated for battery fires and for issues with its auto pilot
"research analyst" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Give me a one what what spell anything what research analyst giveaway Markham Linda the United Way of central Texas is out with a study this morning saying forty two percent of the families who lost families of four are struggling to pay their monthly bills they say it takes an income of sixty six thousand dollars a year only sixty six thousand that surprises me that seems like a very low number just knowing the home prices in this area and then the taxes that go along with that I would say you probably should be close to eighty to a hundred sixty six thousand a year will support a family of four but forty two percent of the families are not able to pay their bills and the United Way says this ought to be a wake up call for local governments I don't know about that I think it should be a wake up call to quit acting and everybody so much where they can't afford to live in the city and you'll wonder why you don't have the income you once did because there's not anybody living here and forty days ten to eleven AM and two to three PM on news radio kale BJ how do you encourage over seventy four thousand teenagers to sign a safe driving plants what about teaching forty three thousand people about ways they can utilize public transportation and what's the best way to inform seventeen thousand people about lifestyle changes that can improve their city's air quality these are just a few examples of the way the.
AirPods, a $6 billion business for Apple, will be bigger next year
"Playing the part of your this week as Bernstein research analyst. Tony Psych UNAGI. CNBC had Tony. Tony Tony Issuing a note. Friday discussing discussing the growth of air pots. The way he sees it could be stellar. second-degee things apple's truly wireless earphones. where a six six billion dollar business for the Cupertino Company this year and next year's looking significantly better the CORDING TO CNBC? The analysts said Friday. That apple could sell eighty five million air pods and twenty twenty generating about fifteen billion dollars in revenue. If sales of the wireless headphones phones grew at the same rate again. Twenty twenty one. The product would become apple's third largest business Saginaw Gi said sound Stellar Zeller. Right as I said before. A second doggy thinks it could be stellar but he doesn't think it will be comparing air pods odds trajectory to the ipads rapidly slowing growth for years after it launched. Saginaw Georg all over the earphones on Friday quoting his note given air pods extraordinarily steep adoptive. Kurban rapid saturation of the IPHONE installed base. We see a dramatic deceleration. Ration- Pods Revenue Growth by twenty twenty one or twenty two does single digit growth rates or possibly lower SAKANAKA has a market for forming on apple shares henceforth to be known as neo four.
"research analyst" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Anything what research analyst in way you will be J. I'm Robert topping Austin's used Texas Democrats are pushing the U. S. Senate to pass a bill they say would lower prescription drug prices Austin congressman Lloyd Doggett says the lower drug costs now act already passed by the house would give the federal government more power to negotiate drug prices for Medicare recipients we know from the veterans administration experience that a government playing a role in negotiations to make a real difference in lower prices but president trump has said he would veto the bill it is not expected to get a hearing in the Senate Republicans in the Senate have unveiled a competing bill called the quote lower costs more cures act ritual merece say newsradio kale B. J. new numbers released this week show more textures juries are choosing a life without parole over the death penalty Kristin who Lee with the Austin based Texas coalition to abolish the death penalty there's new dissonances remained in the single digits for the fifth year in a row questions about the constant advocacy of pursuing capital punishment she says the state but nine people to death this year compared to thirteen last year the controversial remain in Mexico immigration policy has been in effect since January but new numbers show is having a huge impact more than forty seven thousand asylum seekers have been sent back across the border the wait for their turn to see a judge I believe with the Austin based Texas civil rights project says these migrants aren't getting the legal help they deserve our attorneys are still turned away from the tank corps it's separated from our clients don't have access to our clients I mean frankly a lot of times they they're not able to get court dates will be J. radar weather watch clear skies for tonight on the thirty four for an overnight low still quite a bit of sunshine for tomorrow with a high of sixty four hi Monday up to seventy one from the weather center I'm meteorologist Brian Thompson and I'm Robert would get news on demand in news radio okay I'll be J. dot com.
Hasbro’s poor earnings report tells a trade war story
"The calendar proper says it's fall all the counter according to Wall Street says it's earning season and in general corporate America's doing alright that sentiment however does not extend to Hasbro the third quarter was not kind the toymaker reported profits of this morning that we're well below estimates of earnings news that is actually the story of the trade war in miniature three of tariff announcements and delays and the chaos that makes it one company just ahead of its most important season marketplace's Merrill Sagarra tells the tale in the Toy Business Chris Miss Comes in the summer that's when retailer start stocking up getting shipments of toys from Hasbro and other manufacturers they can buy those toys directly from Hasbro in the US were they can import the toys from Hasbro factories the retailer buys the product from them in China the retailer puts it on their own ship you know there's a lot mark target the big guys and they ship it to the US themselves that's Linda Bolton Wiser managing director at Da Davidson? She says a lot of retailers do this because it's cheaper they get discounts is an economy of scale but the calculation was different this summer retailers were staring down a deadline September first that was when new tariffs were supposed to go into effect on toys and lots of other stuff coming from China tariffs the retailers did not want to pay therefore if you're a retailer between June and July August you're saying Oh my God we have to change the order retailers started cancelling their shipments from China they told Hasbro to import the toys itself and tariffs to Hasbro had to scramble they had the rush around and get whatever freight on the ocean from China and they had to pay more you're but those tariffs everyone was freaking out about they didn't go into effect in September in August the trump administration delayed them until mid December to save the holiday. being season but that didn't help Hasbro the toys have already been put on the bow it takes six weeks on the boat so it's too late you can't switch it back you know and that's the problem it's not just the tariffs it's the whole on again off again thing the uncertainty Garrick Johnson is equity research analyst at B. M. O. Capital markets uncertainty is often worse than bad news because you do assume the worst and not knowing how to plan especially for very seasonal business has been very different old and this won't be the end of it for Hasbro because those tariffs are still slated to go into effect on December fifteenth unless they don't I'm Maryelle Sagarra for marketplace
"research analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You, Charlie. We're life in the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio. Democratic presidential candidates are proposing expensive, social and health care programs. One in point. Senator Bernie Sanders Medicare for all plan and the thirty trillion dollars needed to fund it. Joining us is Chris Mickens vice president and healthcare policy research analyst at Raymond James, Chris. How is Sanders proposed funding that program, and is it realistic? I think it's difficult to see it getting the cheaper says look to do is he wants to propose a pretty sick. Significant tax increase in take basically, every dollar, that's being spent on health insurance right now either from employers, or from individuals and turn around and put all of that money into a government. Sponsored plan that would be similar to Medicare, but would result in a lot of different problems for the healthcare industry right now, for example, hospitals, which employ more than five million people across the country in every single congressional district would lose eight hundred billion dollars over ten years. Additionally, you'd see physicians. It were get reimbursed at seventy five cents on the dollar for Medicare and the pharmaceutical industry. They would allow Medicare to negotiate drug prices. And as a result, you would see a dramatic decrease in revenue dare. So if this were to be implemented as it is largely speaking at all. All private insurance. You would end up seeing at least two million people unemployed, the day after this passes and more than a trillion dollars market cap exit the economy. So we saw congressional hearing this week at the ways and means committee, where Democrats hosted, we saw a lot of Democrats kind of hedging their bad saying, well, we support eventually getting to a single payer system, but Medicare for all right next step. It seems that the Trump administration has been largely focusing on drug prices. Is that where the focus is now? Exactly, if you look at what could happen on drug pricing, you hear bipartisan potential action in the Senate. You hear speaker Pelosi just this week say you know she supports a drug pricing package. It doesn't just say, HHS health and human services has to negotiate twenty-five drugs, but moved to the left and says, now they have to negotiate at least two hundred and fifty drugs a year. So I think by an action in the Senate on likely because in this political environment. I don't think speaker Pelosi is going to want to give President Trump victory leading into the twenty twenty election, but that doesn't stop President Trump. He's really focused on drug price action from doing regulatory actions. So we see a potential change to drug rebates that are paid to the pharmacy benefit managers. We see potential action to tie certain drugs to an international pricing index to make it closer to white Europeans bay for certain drugs. You see the potential drug importation that. His now been put on the table. So what I'm enticing my clients estate. You really need to look at what can the administration do without congress not necessarily, what congress can do it self? How likely is the administration to make those moves though? President Trump has been talking about lowering prescription drug prices for so long and nothing really substantial has been done. Basically, the first year of his administration when Tom Price was HHS secretary because Tom Price was a free market conservative and did not necessarily agree with some of the policies the president put in place when secretary Alex as a former pharmaceutical executive. The president wants him to take action on pricing. They put out there. Pricing, blueprint they've taken substantive action on more than half of the things that they said they were going to do. And now, the question comes can they seal the deal? So we saw this week drug rebate reform, stay with basically changed the way to rebate system Kerr's with pharmacy benefit managers, went to the last step it needs before being finally implemented. We've seen the administration take comments on international pricing index president just a few weeks ago, mentioned drug reimportation. So there's been a lot of movements. I think you're exactly right June amid at the end of the day. What are they actually done in what they've actually done is basically, just require pharmaceutical companies to put drug prices on TD ads which probably doesn't move to needle yet, but I would not I would caution investors Justice things have not been finalized doesn't mean they couldn't be before the twenty twenty Alexa, airy to back to the twenty twenty election. Does any democratic presidential kind have a? Good or a workable healthcare plan. We have about a minute here. My job is look at what's happening and how to advise not necessarily saying what's in the best interest of the country. I'll let the voters and other people on those issues what I will say is there more credible plans to getting done. So I think the consistent democrat position will be that they support adding a public option to the Affordable Care Act exchanges that way. There's a government sponsored plan. Burst product plans. And if people are not going to be able to not be forced to leave their private insurance plan if they like it. That's where I think we end up at the end of the day. All right. Well, it certainly we're going to keep examining this issue because health care remains one of the top priorities, and all the polls for voters, thank you so much, Chris. That's Chris Mickens. He's vice president and healthcare policy research analyst at Raymond James coming up on Bloomberg politics, policy, power, and law. The Trump administration has had almost all losses as far as it's. Environmental regulatory agenda in the courts, but it's trying something new now following the rules, we're going to have that coming up. But first, Bob.
Alexa, Amazon And Lead Analyst discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Ten wins Amazon's Alexa has eighty thousand skills and not one killer app. Sorry, I don't understand it simple because of how people using the voice of the moment. Has no single drool, juniper research, lead analyst, James more. Little things like listening to music, Amazon wants people to try something new ask Alexa, what her most popular skill is. And she recommends daily trivia, Amazon's encouraging developers to build new voice apps, but the juniper research analysts thinks on like smartphones. Alexa, may never have a runaway. Hit like angry birds are Pokemon go. There will be. Because he's being used. Because they've opened it up to so many different types of hardware. There are more than one hundred fifty devices with Alexa
"research analyst" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Panel today. Name is Cathy Miller. I am a senior research analyst at southern poverty Law Center, and we already civil rights advocacy organization that monitors encounters and hate and extremism. And from our standpoint what we're seeing is that white supremacy is surging in the United States in two thousand eighteen the southern poverty Law Center, counted, a record one thousand twenty active hate groups in the United States, and these are groups that attack or malign entire groups of people typically based on their immutable characteristics. This represents a seven percent increase from twenty seventeen. And what's most remarkable about? This is the surge we saw in white nationalist groups. There was a nearly fifty percent increase in two thousand seventeen there were one hundred active groups and by twenty seventeen we had one hundred and forty I'm sorry in two thousand seventeen we had one hundred and by twenty eighteen we've got one hundred and forty eight. This is part of an alarming overall increase that we're seeing in hate and extremism during the Trump era over the past four years. Hate groups have risen thirty percent. And there are several factors that account for this dramatic rise in hate and the violence that often accompanies it US is moving towards majority minority future. And it's something that the US census bureau predicts will happen sometime in the twenty forties. And there's a lot of anger over the loss of a majority white country that is driving upsurge in native ISM and white nationalist thinking, but that process is being helped immeasurably by the toxic political rhetoric that is coming from of power throughout his campaign and his presidency. President Trump has put noxious anti immigrant and anti Muslim rhetoric. He's denounced Mexicans as rapists. He's labeled the Central American migrant caravan and invasion, he called some of the marchers at the deadly twenty seventeen unite the right rally in Charlottesville, very fine. People. He tweeted support for white farmers in South Africa who white nationalist falsely claim are being murdered unmasked by black people. And that is a nod to the white genocide myth that animates the white nationalist movement. And it's also the same myth that Dylann roof cited in his manifesto that he used to justify killing nine people in a church in Charleston at twenty fifteen President Trump has undoubtedly enliven, the white nationalist movement. But it's the internet that has radicalized an untold number of people, at least until Charlottesville tech companies. Didn't take this threat seriously. Even now, they generally wait until there is some hate inspired active violence to take meaningful action to clean hate up off their platforms. Facebook only recently recognized that white nationalism white supremacy of the same toxic political rhetoric, but it is still breathtakingly easy to find white nationalist content on their platform. Twitter has made no serious attempts to remove these actors from their platform. Well, known white nationalist leaders people like David Duke, Richard Spencer, Matthew hind Bach. They're all still onto her YouTube, which has an algorithm that pushes increasingly extreme content on its users continues to be one of the greatest radicalizing forces on the internet. Without any meaningful content moderation making only expect to see more young white men being radicalized into this world afire extremism. And we know that online radicalization can lead to deadly consequences. The SPIC has counted. Eighty one people who were killed at the hands of people influenced by the racist. Alright since two thousand fourteen and every single one of the seventeen men responsible for those murders was radicalized online to some extent. And that is why the SPIC has partnered with several other civil rights organizations, including the Lurs committee to advanced model policies. The tech companies can adopt to help stem the growth of hate online. And it's something that we know we need to tackle with urgency because twenty eighteen was the deadliest year yet for the right it started with nNcholas crews killing seventeen students at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in parkland, Florida, and it ended with Robert Bowers killing eleven worshippers at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsford and within the same week that Bowers carried out his attack a man in Kentucky murder two black people in a grocery store and another was arrested for allegedly sending sixteen pipebombs to critics of President Trump. There was some attacks that we're luckily foiled. Including one that was plotted by a self-described, white nationalist who is a member of the US coastguard who federal prosecutors said it planned to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country. Heels the globe that white nationalism is a global problem. And that's something that was made disturbingly clear by the murder of fifty Muslim worshippers in Christchurch New Zealand last month. We've since learned that the killer had previously made a donation to a white nationalist so-called, identity -tarian organization in Austria. And it's one that warns of an impending great replacement of whites with non whites and you're up and that is the title that Brennan Tarrant killer used as the title of his manifesto. And it's also a phrase that we see used repeatedly by white nationalist in the United States. Wait nationalism is clearly a threat to democracies around the world, and we should be viewing it as global terroristic threat. But we don't know much about. How government is addressing it? We face a complete dearth of information related to how the federal government monitors and allocates its resources towards addressing white nationalism. And this hampers our ability to do anything about it. The just hasn't released report on domestic extremism in a decade. We don't know how many domestic terrorism cases the FBI has investigated. And we don't know how many FBI agents focus on fire extremism. Kassie Miller with the southern poverty Law Center with actually being done to address the threat posed by white supremacists. It's nearly impossible for us to know what we can do moving forward. There are other causes of concern that we have related to federal law enforcement, including Amos guided report warning of violence from a non existent black identity extremist ideology and a pattern of anti anti-fascist protesters as as problematic as the white supremacist movement. We also face a similar black hole when it comes to hate crime reporting because reporting procedures are voluntary they lack uniformity FBI hate crime statistics vastly under represent the true. Extent of the problem. In this information desert? What we do know is that the department of homeland security recently disbanded a group of intelligence analyst tasked with tracking right wing domestic extremism at a time. But it is so obvious that white nationalism is surging in the United States, and it's leading to access tests as people being murdered in their houses of worship this administration is choosing to divert from programs and personnel. That might actually help the process of radicalization and save lives. It's for these reasons that the southern poverty law center's supports the no hate act to improve hate crime reporting, and we also support anti lynching legislation that was passed in the Senate last year. We'd also like to see an end to policies that does the Muslim ban and family separation that we're burst in the anti immigrant and anti Muslim groups that this administration often uses to staff itself. We know that white nationalism is on the rise in this country and across the globe. And it is not just a small group of people with a serious problem as President Trump suggested in the aftermath of Christ Church massacre. Unless we acknowledge this reality, we can only expect hate groups to rise white nationalist violence to continue and to perhaps get worse..
US Stocks on the Move: HP, Fitbit, Box
"A handful of tech names got dragged through the red Thursday after reporting disappointing earnings results Fitbit HP Inc. Saw some of the biggest swings. Poor results. Come on the tail end of a fourth quarter earnings season that has helped fuel a twenty three percent rally since the market rout bottomed out on Christmas Eve, I want to get to New York where we're joined by John flax, Neuberger Berman senior research analyst and Chiro day with Bloomberg opinion. So Daniel all of these are different companies. But certainly tech is a common theme. What do they have in common aside from tech? Emily. I think if you look at some of the companies that disappointed today, there's some very specific stories like, for example, with Hewlett Packard, where people are worried about the printing supplies growth in printing supplies, contributes. Now size percentage of the prophet. If we look at booking or box or Fitbit. Ultimately, those are concerns around competition and the need to invest to help differentiate. But if we step back and think about what's going on in technology. A lot of the key secular trends remain, healthy, the move to the cloud, really the digitalization if you will of society. So we see a lot of opportunities even with some of the macro headwinds. So for example, we would highlight Cisco which is a leader in networking. That's really transformed its mix towards more software and services, and we think margins and earnings will be better than the market expects another name we like is Motorola solutions, which is a leader in public safety, and they're pivoting to faster growth areas like video they have an excellent. Management team. That's been able to execute on transitioning the company to new areas and expand margins. Another name we like is alphabet. We think the core. Search businesses healthy YouTube has very strong growth and newer areas. Like, the Google cloud platform are somewhat under appreciated and then longer term. They have opportunities in areas like autonomous driving with Waymo and the other one we would highlight is apple where we think the strength of that ecosystem is under appreciated while sure their concerns about the iphone and China. The install base is growing user satisfaction is high and they're doing a good job in newer areas like services and wearables and the wearables, I would say helps demonstrate that innovation is still alive. And well, so we expect the environment to remain choppy. The macro obviously is going to be a focus for some time. And none of these companies have great visibility. But those that are able to innovate and differentiate with products and services, we think can create. Additional shareholder value over the next one to two years. So here's some names. We talk about their on the show all the time apple alphabet, but some other shape names that we don't hear very often along with HP Inc box fitted as we're discussing today. How does what's happening with them fit into what's happening with big tech, Dan's point? I think was right about there is this general secular shift towards cloud technology. But what that's meant is that they're handful of high growth cloud software companies names like workday, and Viva systems, and Salesforce, and atlassian, and they've had really impressive stock price. Runups even accounting for the dip in stock market prices around September October last year, and what that's meant is that. Now, those stocks are looking pretty expensive relative to themselves and relative to the overall stock market and. The piece I wrote today was basically saying look the growth rates are coming down for those high growth software companies and the multiples of revenue their valuations are going up, and so that sets them up for a crater if and when there's any kind of hiccups in performance or the macro environment. Dan, I'm curious for your outlook on some of the big tech names that you didn't mention of course, you're talking about apple you talked about alphabet. But what about the others? Of course, we know Facebook has struggled net. Flicks is certainly in a unique position. Sure. Emily, so we like Facebook. And while we think there's a lot of work that they need to do around data security privacy. I think the company the management team is appreciating the severity of the situation, and we're seeing a greater willingness to change and try and improve the health of the platform. What's interesting there is despite all of that the metrics of the underlying business remain healthy. And if we look at some of the other platforms underneath the Facebook unbrella, you've got Instagram, which is showing very strong growth. You have newer newer properties. Like what's happened messenger? That we think could be increasingly monetize over time. So with the core Facebook, you do have this transition to stories, and it will take time. But the results to date in the outlook suggests that there is quite attractive growth shifting to net. Flicks. What we think is interesting here is that the company is continued to push ahead with differentiated and unique content. And they've coupled that with a direct relationship with their users. And so they're helping to really redefine the television experience. And so all of these companies there is execution risk. Sure. There's competition. But we think they're very interesting. Another name we would point out that we continue to like his Amazon, and the reason Amazon remains interesting in our view is they're executing well in their core. Ecommerce busy. But they're doing a terrific job with the Amazon web services. And when we speak to customers to buyers, this shift to the cloud is really very much in its infancy. And we think that they're going to have attractive growth for several years to come there. And the last piece we would emphasize with Amazon is that they have an advertising business, which is smaller. It's growing quickly. It's a creative margins and we think that's somewhat underappreciated, and so pulling this all together. The key trends around cloud mobile, social, they're not without complications. Certainly in terms of the social elements and data and privacy. And we do think more regulation is necessary. But if these companies can invest appropriately and continue to innovate than we think. There's additional value to be created and more regulation could be coming especially with the FTC forming a new task force to look at past acquisitions, even speaking of the cloud share. You've got a piece out today, titled forget fangs. Doc bubble could be in the cloud. Explain. Yeah. Yeah. And it's it's really again about looking at how expensive those clouds stocks have gotten relative to their expected revenue over the next year. I came up with the I apologize for this acronym. I came up with the fake acronym. Putin's for those to describe the socks because every grouping of stocks needs its own acronym. These days, and I looked at basically the median multiple, right? So how much investors paying for each dollar future revenue and all seventeen of this kind of grouping of cloud companies? I looked at they're all trading above their two year, multiple average. And again that implies that the expectations are now very high for those cloud software companies like atlassian and work, Dan, Salesforce, and so on to deliver on the growth promises. And if they don't we might see the kind of stock cratering that we see periodically from these high growth, high expectation kind of cloud
Slack Follows Spotify With Nontraditional IPO
"Technologies has filed confidential paperwork for its direct listing setting it up to be the second major company to use the non traditional method for its IPO Wall Street Journal reporter, Maureen Farrell has long been keeping us up to date with this story and joins us on the line. In the newsroom, it is a busy day for her. We caught her very quickly and her lucky to have her Maureen Farrell. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me, of course. So again this specific move. It was successfully done by Spotify last year. Can you actually explain this? I the direct listing and how it's different and why it matters here. Sure. So the directly thing is different from an IPO in that accompany, essentially just lip public one day and allows insiders and the people who own their stock already to be able to sell and anyone can buy that's different than a public offering. Which typically there's Wall Street underwriters who come in. And select. How much is going to be sold working with the company and who can buy shares and they pick a specific price. Instead, this it's very unique that buyers and sellers kind of just come together and start trading shares on a given day. So the the much more much different process. And the first time we've ever really seen it in in any big way was with Spotify. And it was seen as this huge gamble by them. And you know, potentially that the stock could be all over the place. It gets these huge wild swings. Instead, it was a really steady debut. The stock was not very volatile. It hasn't been all that volatile thin. So there's a sense that, you know, this is just worked really well in that case and everyone's been kinda waiting who's gonna try this next. It's it's a very different way of doing the IPO price process. Also because the company won't raise money from it. Which is typical IPO usually you sell share. So you can raise money to use for your company, but both of these companies had a lot of cash on their balance sheet. So they didn't need new capital. Now is there something about the tech sector in particular that would lend itself to do this sort of non traditional method for filing IPO? The main reason techs probably more likely to use it is because they have been the beneficiaries of so much capital. There's been so much capital on the private side trying to put money into these companies. So they have been able to raise sort of UN amounts that were never seen before and the private markets until the last few years, and that's not quite as easy and a lot of other industries. So I think that's one reason. So then these companies don't have to go out and raise capital. The other reason is normally in an IPO you have a lot of Wall Street banks coming in helping with offering hell they bring on their research. Analysts to cover these companies to get attention for them. So people say, basically, they're only certain companies that have a name recognition that people are gonna wanna buy into them. Anyway, without that, it's a little bit harder to get see that will be enough liquidity essentially enough people buying and selling buying into the company to make it work quickly. So there's a question right now. I think Spotify was such a name brand. There are questions of whether how ubiquitous slack is how well known it is outside of people who use it in the workplace. So it's going to be a question. I think you know, should slack go. Well, it could really prompt even more companies to consider this in a real way. Right. And in addition to slack other companies could very well begin trading publicly this year that includes Uber and lift potentially Airbnb. What do you think this? How do you see this playing out big picture in twenty nineteen? Will it be the big IPO year that some some analysts seemed to believe it? Sounds like they're all continuing to move towards the public market. I mean both over and lifts have early filed confidentially. So they're just going back now that the SEC's open again, they're going back and forth with SEC on the comment periods. You know, they they receive comments for the SEC. They respond to them before they can actually file something that the public will see, and then, you know, start treating so it'll be a little while. But by all accounts, it feels it's like they're moving ahead with it. A lot of other companies smaller ones are moving ahead with their the whole process behind the scenes getting ready to go public and a lot more sort of ramping up thinking about it more seriously. So it seems like this by all accounts still should be pretty huge year. As doesn't seem like any whether it was the shutdown or any volatility in the market so far this year has caused anyone to rethink their plans yet
Apple's sales deal with Amazon will benefit consumers, but harm small business
"While I worried Monday about brick and mortar retailers that might get grounded dust and Abbas path. I came across a couple of stories. Prepping today's presentation the talked about people about to be turned into ghosts and the Amazon machine seen that ran a piece profiling page while he started selling refurbished apple products when his wife needed surgery, and when they needed extra money while she went to nursing school flash forward, if you years, and it's been a successful side hustle. And the best year says the net B's he sold roughly three hundred thousand dollars worth of mostly apple products on Amazon for an after tax profit of about forty thousand bucks. It was really. Great thing for our family. Thirty five year old consulting engineer from Colorado said adding that the side business helped him pay off the medical bills nursing school and existing student loans and come the fourth of January. It all goes away for his part wile feels a bit boned, and it's hard to blame them quoting seeing that while said the threat of a potential apple deal was always in the back of his mind. But after it happened he hoped to get more support or guidance from Amazon instead he feels jilted by Amazon after selling half a million dollars in merchandise to the site in the past two years paying the company eighty thousand dollars in fees over the past three years and maintaining a superb seller performance record throughout sell until we decide to kick you off. That's the part that really gets me. He said sympathetic to both sides is counter, counterpoint Reese. Search the piece for my download blog had marines. Clain research analyst at counterpoint saying apple is attempting to regain control over its iphone sales on one of the biggest online channels third-party vendors are selling on Amazon, and it was near impossible for apple to control the supply chain, assure quality control and price. The piece continues clain says the refurbished and repair market in particular might take a hit as these companies will be forced to either move off the Amazon platform or go through the authorisation process. Even if it's unlikely that many will achieve authorized status in this new situation. Of course, this isn't the first time sellers of apple gear have suffered at the hands of apple. I found the sort of devastating peas from two thousand five it profiled apple authorized reseller locations that were either dead or dying as apple open store after store after store decades of selling apple laid waste by Apple's ascending retail arm seeing that says Napa Representative didn't comment for Monday's story. But the rep previously said the company is working with them Assan to improve the experience for apple customers on their site. Ask. By that about sellers likely to be affected by the deal and spokesperson said sellers are incredibly important to Amazon and our customers, and we are notifying them now. So they can prepare for this change. That times. Amazon has seemed terrible in the way. It's treated up counterpoint says the new deal between the two companies is a win for both. That neither seems overly interested in who loses. As a result may be terrible. But isn't terribly surprising.
Apple's App Store ads could be a $2 billion business by 2020, Bernstein analyst predicts
"Going against the grain on Monday was Bernstein research analyst, Tony Saginaw gay. While most of his apple analyzing compatriots were writing about iphone. The sack nature was writing about apple services. Specifically, search ads found in Iowa's. CNBC has the analysts saying he thinks those alone could generate revenue of two billion dollars annually for apple by twenty twenty four times the five hundred million. He thinks generate this year two ways. He thinks apple could achieve that more locations and more ads after he appeared. On CNBC's halftime report. The site said, he's said that apple search ads or not yet offered in China, representing a huge opportunity for growth. Unlike search ads on Google and Amazon apples or currently limited to one add on the first page of results, leaving it more room to include more ads in the future. More news in a moment, but first word from molecule, the
"research analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We're seeing this year is pretty much in line with what's happened, historically. So arguably what we saw in the past couple of weeks brought the index back to normal. That's the point if you wanna know more poke semi an Email. I'll get you the chart goes with it and everything I do going forward. The Email address is dwilson Bloomberg dot net. That's dwilson Bloomberg dot net. Great stuff, Dave. And of course, a great song and a nice honor there. All right, let's shift gears a little bit folks because we do have to talk a little bit about Bank earnings shares of Morgan and Goldman rallying today. Allison Williams is with us. Us senior financial research analyst at Bloomberg intelligence back at our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York City. So Allison, we see investors pretty happy with everything is sending that that the two banks up today. Tell us about the core is what we need to know. So to solid performances by Morgan Stanley. And Goldman I would say Morgan Stanley was a bit broader beat both companies seeing tell when from a strong US equity prices last quarter, obviously we're off to a bit of a different start this quarter. But both are strong and the IPO market. Very strong equity. Trading was part of that fixing him trading slightly better to Morgan Stanley about in line. I'm Goldman we had a little bit of a mess, but still year to date Goldman having a very strong recovery after what was a week year last year. And I think.
U.S. states vow to fight Trump rollback on auto emissions
"As we head into the weekend channel, four meteorologist, Dave Nussbaum European point forecast minutes away, New Orleans Saints, head coach, Sean Payton showed off some new equipment today at training camp, cold room for overheated players that sits of the rather rather icy, twenty seven degrees. That's the temperature. If you're an Atlantic salmon. Peyton. Says, it, does the job a lot more efficiently than a sixty seven degrees tent he says some big college, programs like LSU and Alabama I've been using them gunfire in the French quarter at, another burglar investigation, for the Orleans police WWL TV's Jacqueline Quinn is on the scene at bien. Ville indicator this shooting happened here, near this intersection of being Bill. End Decatur around three or shortly after three and they said that when it came to the scene. Here they saw a man suffering from, an apparent, gunshot wound he was taking the hospital, and they say, that's where, he later died now also in this case officers have already, apprehended a male suspect no idea on this victim or the suspect, and we're still. Working to get. Some more information right now Republican attorney general Jeff Landry told a USA today network that if. He gets in the governor's race next year he'll beat democratic incumbent John Bel Edwards you l. f.. Political science professor Pierce cross says it remains to be seen, if other Republicans like John Kennedy and Ralph Abraham also. Get in the ring of course is very, well known each run a. Number, state, wide races Abraham on the other hand is not very well known he's much less well-known the Jeff, Landry Landry is probably the person who's most likely to run The Trump administration is looking to roll back auto emission standard CBS news update the Trump administration's looking, to shift, into reverse when, it comes to auto emission standards plans have been. Announced to rollback suffer standards calling them no longer appropriate and reasonable contending they add twenty three hundred dollars to new car costs w w j radios Jeff Gilbert the proposals would freeze fuel economy at twenty twenty levels. And delay the, much tougher rules that were to go into effect between twenty twenty and twenty twenty-five the administration also wants to, revoke the authority of, the states to, set their own standards that's likely to set up, a lengthy legal battle governor Jerry Brown tweets California will fight this stupidity. In every conceivable way possible research, analysts Sam, ample Samut tells us. California has, made it very, clear that. They have no intention of giving up without a long. Fight and they will. Most likely take it all the way to supreme court CBS news update I'm, Steve Kathan following the arrival in Hawaii. Of potential remains of Americans killed in North Korea during the. Korean war the White House's confirming new communications between President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Hoon White. House press secretary Sarah Sanders confirms President Trump. Received a letter from Kim yesterday she calls. An ongoing correspondence between the two leaders following up to. Their summit in Singapore, though she. Didn't confirm what was in the letter the president tweeted overnight about the letter and that he looks forward to seeing him soon as CBS's Steve Dorsey in. Washington couples you spend more on their weddings are more likely to get divorced according to a study of three thousand married people in, the US, and as WWL, Don aims reports a local experts supports those findings. Study says spending lots of money on a wedding may mean a union more for appearance or prestige than for love and Dr Ali in palace with the center for sexual health and Mary says that's a union likely. Headed for divorce But she says not all spending when it comes to tying the knot is, necessarily negative study that spending money on the honeymoon however doom seem to have an increase correlation with the marriage lasting longer she says. That's money not spent on showmanship but on time for. The newly wedge to be alone and intimate to bond and connect on Wall Street before the hour Dow down forty-seven trading mixed the NASDAQ up sixty five points oil up a dollar thirty three at sixty, eight dollars ninety nine cents a barrel Sports WWL Steve deller saints eight veteran quarterback Patrick Robinson this off season to cover the slot since nickel corner was a need for the black and. Gold defense he's also seen time on the outside during training camp though and has the mentality that he'll do whatever the team asks of him No I'm a pro so if I need, to do, more nickel or more outside. I'll do it you know I'm just trying to win a championship that's the main goal, of a. Championship p rob earned a Super Bowl, ring with, the Philadelphia Eagles last year the thirty year olds knowledge is, another, big asset for a young Saint secondary Steve Geller WWL sports today on sports talk with. Bobby gave air deuce McAllister, and Kristian. 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Remains of US soldiers killed in Korean War arrive in Hawaii
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Wells Fargo profit misses estimates on lower loans, higher expenses
"I think the the biggest thing that they've done a strategically the banks especially the u s banks over the last several years has been invest in technology and really we are starting to see some of the benefits of that and if you think about the financial industry over the very long term technology's always been important although a lot of the application of technology has really gone towards cutting costs and improving back office functions and i think over the last several years there's really been a recognition about sort of strategic aspects of technology so more on the front end of things getting more aggressive in using technology and customer acquisition and so i think we are going to continue to see that we're seeing where we've seen some benefits of the technology investments they've made a recent years now with tax reform obviously a lot of that's hitting the bottom line but banks are also using some of that to make more investments so just thirty seconds here bankamerica shares are really active this morning bank of america reporting on monday shares down about half a percent is this view that basically wells fargo is really the bellwether for the entire industry and that possibly thanks can be disappointing outside of j p morgan so for bank of america i think what investors are probably looking at is what's happening with deposits and the possible re through frank america you know long growth i think has has i think j p morgan is probably the best read as far as bank of america goes out growth came in at the higher end of their expectations again wells fargo is unique story city has a very different footprint so i think it is the net interest margin keep in mind that bank of america is more sensitive it's it's a reason why a lot of generals portfolio managers have interested in that stock as the trading results very positive from jerry jp morgan positive fees but you know city city taking a little bit of that read through all right allison williams thank you so much for being with us always illuminating to have you on williams is our head financial research analyst here at bloomberg intelligence and just now thank america shares down seven tenths of one percentage point they report earnings on monday from new york and from london this is bloomberg surveillance bloomberg market i'm pimm fox in for carol massar we begin earning season with results.
CBS streaming rights deal with NFL will now include games on your mobile device
"You are not a motorcycle enthusiast you know the name harley davidson psychotic in america makers of the legendary american motorcycle harley davidson has been caught in the middle when it comes to the trade war between the trump administration and the eu so today the company announced it will begin building some of its motorcycles overseas to escape the tariffs wedbush securities research analyst james hardiman says the company should survive but the future is not so bright for harley davidson workers here in the us ultimately i think harley davidson wolf survive all it'll take a couple of years before they're able to offset but i think the workers that are in a position where they might temporarily or or temporarily eventually get laid off it's gonna be a lot harder for them to recover harley davidson veterans part says it's simply could not sell its motorcycles in the u u e you asking customers to pay an additional twenty two hundred dollars because of the tariff wall street worries badri and mitchell checks your money attention sank stocks the nasdaq dove two percent the dow and snp slid more than one percent as investors worried about possible new curbs on chinese investments in us technology the dow down three hundred twenty eight points the nasdaq down one hundred sixty one and the sp down thirty eight got tanks skills then you're in the right place robert half says miami detroit and la lead leading companies are expanding their tech teams and sixty percent of us tech managers say they're hiring here's good news for you if you don't wanna miss a play during football season deadline reports cbs and the nfl have extended their all access streaming deal through twenty twenty two and are expanding access to mobile devices movie pass is getting more competition from alamo draft house the hollywood reporter says it'll start testing plans that offer unlimited movies and the ability to reserve tickets no word on prices there are only three dozen alamo draft house theaters but the company's website says one is coming.
Updated: Pope says abortion is 'white glove' equivalent to Nazi crimes
"Ford is breathing fresh life into a piece of detroit's past the story from wwe j reporter jeff gilbert ford has already moved it's automated an electric vehicle teams into one historic detroit building it's purchase several others including the centuryold train station navigate research analyst sam apple salmon says ford is essentially taking over an entire neighborhood they've got kind of a black canvas to work with there's a lot of open space there ford will announce its plans at a community celebration on tuesday jeff gilbert four cbs news detroit deathtoll now thirty six from a suicide bombing against a cluster of taliban fighters celebrating a holiday ceasefire officials say another sixty five were wounded pope francis taking a harsh aim at abortion calling it the white glove equivalent of nazi crimes statement made a saturday speech at the forum of family associations gary nunn cbs news it's two five at the bay area's news station kcbs father's day will become mostly sunny at the coast after some morning overcast and drizzle inland it'll be sunny all day long good morning i'm peter finch here's what's happening while the court battle over california socalled right to die continues the two year old law will remain in effect kcbs general lane reports that that's the upshot of an appeals court ruling on friday a court will decide whether california lawmakers overstepped the bounds of a special session when they passed the end of life option act in two thousand sixteen in the meantime it stays in effect but for dr david stevens with the american academy of medical ethics there is no right way to pass such a law twentyfive states last year they propose physician assisted suicide and all of them were defeated some of them in the courts some of them the legislature some of referendums massachusetts for example had eighty percent approval rate and when they had a referendum they couldn't pass it once people earn form they have a different view about this group is suing to overturn california's law attorney john eisenberg defends it saying it clearly defines terminal illness and includes a number of safeguards does the procedure to go through to get the medication many people once they get the medication never use the mirror availability of the medication can be very comforting to people who are worried that they will suffer at the end of life.
"research analyst" Discussed on AM 920 The Answer
"Show on radio i'm troy harmon your host today i'm with couple of research analysts nick and to not and jacob keen also it's not too often that we get to to record together i usually am on with a financial planner of some sorts typically owner best of show best of the best that's best see where you're headed with this markets up a little bit this morning again this wednesday but prior to today markets been down what ford of the last five days yup and like you said for the s and p's is now down one point seventy three percent today you know what the probably the biggest news here it's got to be the first time in a year that i've said this information technology is down period is the news right but it's five percent last five days still up here today it is still up your today i know you were looking at the fang stocks so they've sold off so hard of the past few days they're down thirteen percent so you would from the top you would have expected them to be negative for the year but the top thirteen percent.
"research analyst" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"Saying yeah i needed to put myself in the shoes of these traders and i'm not actually trading but i'm like imagining being though by the way you described it actually suggest more i want to understand the people who are creating media yet for the traders and that's the mold i see myself in but i am a different outside channel of potentially competing information yep i think this right like i recognize that the people on wall street in the banks creating research every day they're media creators they're in the same business we are what are they want they wanted tension why because of scribner say what subscribers they want to build their list if i may trader and i see a research analyst consistently coming up with ideas then the theory is that then i'm going to trade more with their bank as a sort of like reward for them having good ideas severe in like virin the eyeballs business like they're the page abuse but yeah century like and i recognize that prettier liane that i was in the same business to some extent as these analysts and i think the really helped me sort of figure out the tempo and styling that worked and i think part of the reason we made a name for ourselves a business insider those early days is because we were sort of we can have a paper we didn't have any sort of like legacy journalistic forms we could just right in this way that we thought traders would like knowing that there is a wellknown sort of analysts town yet i'm only lately familiar with an instantly i'd just like was own out or instantly on mike like i always remember i got for the period when a long form an app when i follow like apple product news really quickly and like sales calls and stuff at any time an analyst came on as like a cat is kona so foolish and like i actively don't believe this person because of the way that the editing themselves so you're tone is different like how did you develop a voice that was your own especially no.
"research analyst" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"And finally we actually got some full position level transparency we'd get in the days of single prime you'd get a pullout from the prime broker of all the positions and so i i basically locked myself in a queue by a wasn't quite at the office level yet but i locked myself in a cube and i spent maybe a year just deep diving on that data across all hundred and seventy manager sinned did you have a hypothesis you're working with with the data initially was sort of had a an objective and the objective was i wanted to understand the skill sets of managers and i wanted to understand their fundamentals you open the door of this closet after a year you hadn't eaten any year slapped bathed anything what happened internally at ivy when you came away with something didn't receive a lot of encouragement i think along the way i was the new kid on the block and saw was i was definitely the youngest research analyst there i was given probably least amount of responsibility from a manager coverage perspective i had two or three managers that i primarily covered and they were probably the the smaller allocations what did you see in that initial data research analysis what i saw as that i had an edge in being able to deduct if we measure manager skill and fundamentals ford the purpose of doing what ultimately every single investor us which is forecasting the future the ultimately if you make an investment manager yyou're forecasting how they will perform in the future you're not investing in their historical track record you're messing their future track record and so i felt like by having access to all this data and understanding the skill sets of managers so for example wasn't quite as sophisticated this but we started look at things like batting averages not winloss ratio not yet they came later we looked at alpha generation by sector by market cab things like that and we looked at fundamentals and i felt like the fundamentals were really important it gave me the confidence to be able to sit down in a meeting with folks that were much more experienced than i was.
"research analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"From profit making incentives and constraints it will help them ensure their one million employees here in the states and deliver what they are hoping is affordable healthcare matthew bore she is a research analyst at bmo in he tells us healthcare companies have reason to be worried the language you'd at pratt early gaps to me guys manage care could be part of what what they are targeting now experts are also speculating on another benefit the new company could create a virtual marketplace that would make shopping for health care as easy as buying a shirt on amazon or could directly move into buying prescription drugs david yet for a let's just pivot and have a look of techno because the us is said to be investigating apple on its update stats slow older ife wants were told is involves the justice department and also the sec but bloomberg mart gherman says it may not actually look rbs bad at it looks pretty company i think they'll end up in a finding out that apple wasn't doing this the food sales which should be something that the doj would be interested of the sec for sure so we'll see what happens meantime a growing number of analysts are seeing apples expected super cycle related to the iphone ten hasn't yet materialize company of course reports results quarterly results from california on thursday all right seven minutes past the are let's get you caught up on global news we've got that president trump delivering his state of the union tonight in washington were less than two hours away from that want to go to hong kong now in check in with rows chin she as the headlines rows that the white house has released excerpts from the big speech by president trump according to the white house he will tell congress this is our new american moment and costas policies of building a safe strong and proud america as one team one people and one american family temple also aggressive address immigration an area where the two sides are deeply divided and was the main sticking point in this month government shutdown joe kennedy will give the democrats response to the state.
"research analyst" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The remainder of this afternoon but if it's any comfort known as harsh as yesterday less would hinder high will be sixty partly cloudy tonight low thirteen temperatures will slowly rise overnight it should be near twenty near daybreak tomorrow mostly cloudy not is cold a little snow were rounded late in the day in the evening however we'll have a high of thirty five tomorrow break out the volleyball nets wbz news time one thirty eight it's time for bloomberg business a weekend addition of that here on wbz replacement batteries for some older iphones may cut into phone sales mark moskowitz analyst at barclays says around five hundred twenty million users are eligible for the offer about ten percent will take kapil up on it at thirty percent of those will decide not to buy a new phone this year some analysts had already cut their sales outlook even before apple admitted to the battery related problem they cited seemingly lacklustre demand at the end of the holiday shopping season bubble they're still say apple is in a term super cycle we have for an branded array of iphone or nextgen divide who michael olsen is senior research analyst at piper jaffrey plays out and by all there would be three devices and the new iphone for factor the kind of the kind of quote and world the current i've kuantan which would quickly be counted from its current which would enable a wider spectrum of buyers upgrade will learn more when apple reports firstquarter results february first i'm denise pellegrini bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 by the way you can also always listened to wbz radio wherever you go on the i heart radio app.
"research analyst" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
"Try to invest that way but the reality is the bull market or the bear market ended in on march nine and trying cute countertrend trades just is silly just wait be patient and by dips instead of trying to go the other direction on a oneway street and nothing that was it was silly it was stubborn and it certainly lost me a bunch of money so you know you're we we learn and we move on yeah you'd you also know hopefully only have to learn those lessons once uh along with a lot of the painful ones for sure uh any final words for our listeners uh particularly on the retail side that are interested individuals in kind of some of these concepts is there any particular resources or books or ideas or papers are things that you think is particularly interesting is is kind of the year winds down yeah i i think a couple things number one whether you're an advisory you're an investor you are not without help from resources perspective you know my my line going back the last couple of years has always been used me as a resource as kind of an outsourced research analyst and you know we run a lot of factor data in house it ocoee though and so we we have what's called a horse race and it's it's multiple factors so we and literally every day i can see within the two hundred index different factors in how they are performing and so it's a wonderful real time view of watching it this year and seeing international sales highgrowth companies and price momentum those three factors were what what was clearly what was driving returns and so if you see that data and you don't have enough exposure to those things uh then then you have you know there's an etf for everything out there so you have the ability to do that so certainly use use active asked and myself as a resource because week we create a lot of data we have to blog sites the accu bus on the 'acquis.
"research analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Most successfully what will lisa it has been used for a long time we're we're reading and talking a lot about it now but it's really decadesold so if we want to go back in time we can talk about renaissance technology is a forerunner after that to sigma in europe we have man group and really two day and they've all used it successfully in one way or another today we're seeing more widespread dispersion of the technology is everybody feels they need to start to understand it i would not say everyone is using it successfully in the vote investment community nor would they on but they feel they'll be left out if they don't come to figure out how how to use it properly all vince what's the potential implication with respect to the number of actual human beings employed i into some degree uh this will reduce the amount of sort of busy work the people would have to do but you'd have to imagine that certain level of creativity and interpretation on a human level is still needed here this is ecu rightly so arm what a yard does better than any human can do is is sort through mountains of data and try to find different reasons why stocks might be going up or down on that we haven't been able to locate with our with our hands and computers otherwise um in that makes the job of a fundamental research analyst a little trickier because in a way m artificial intelligence competes with the type of job they're doing at the same time this you point out absolutely correctly that ultimately artificial intelligence is not that smart in other words it doesn't have the capacity to look into the future and make calls and were markets might go by putting together information if it hasn't happened in the same way many times before so creativity and imagination of the portfolio manager of an economists of his strategist those will still be as important as ever but they will be assisted now by a researcher of.
"research analyst" Discussed on Chat With Traders
"In two tried smarter this episode is also supported by health are key so if you're healthy sort of person may be you run frequently regularly hit up the gym salko train maybe for a vegan dodd are the why hill faq other papal beacon get shoot lower rights on life insurance they believe the best way to improve the health of the world is to celebrate the hills conscious through social and financial rewards and as a result fifty six percent of hill fuck your customers seif exclusively between four to 33 percent on their life insurance after physically active paypal have a fifty six percent lower risk of heart disease amongst other things to say if you qualify get your free quote todayhealthiqcomchat or mentioned the promo code chat when you talk to a hill thought q agent that's health argue otcomchat to get your free quote said i you in a research analyst rao can you just tell us a little bit about what a typical die looks like fear as a as research analyst aw i try to all i guess the the central the central tasks for me is to try to try to think about our he says he strategies measure the robust and try to come up with a dish knows investment strategies so to that end i probably spend hobby according to a third of my time reading research vapors off academic research papers and or industry parse to try to try to brainstorm ideas thing while ideas and probably another i'll save fifty two to a quarter of the time discussing ideas my colleagues and probably half the time ashley prototyping models and playing with data and then try to either i guess either address clien questions with with research or if there are no urgent questions try to think about additional i'll try develop additional strategies wrought so it involves a lotta raiding you think so.
"research analyst" Discussed on Chat With Traders
"Sure that's a that's a great question um and i i'm not sure if i'm entirely qualified to speak broadly about that question by can share my experience i'm so in terms of deciding what to study i think the best thing to do is just tried to explore early on as early as you can because it's not it's not always clear will you like today is going to be where you're like tomorrow especially your late teens early twenties i i think a lot of your ideas we come solidified and your thoughts change quite a bit so those certainly true for me i i went to college thinking always going to be some sort of engineer my dad's a mechanical engineer as i thought maybe owner do something like that but once i got to college i realised maybe i wanna do something similar to engineering but not exactly engineering so then ice four low with more honest to six and finance and found that as you enjoy financed more than than engineering that oh study material science so i i think we'll work for me is that regis trying to take classes in in different fields and try to talk to faculty or or talked a movie slightly older people who have chosen who have spent who have had some experience in in their respective feels to try to get there prospective will what the field is about i'll just try to gather information in that sense and then try to make a more informed decision i k n we'll get to this in a bit but you are research analysts to die when you a going through this grad program is that were like is that the specific thing that you wanted to do when you came out of it or even going through the program will you still a little bit unsure about what role humour slaughter into afterwards.
"research analyst" Discussed on Chat With Traders
"Chat with tried is episode one hundred and fifty three is supported by my own broker of choice tried station no matter which camp you fall into stock trader options trader futures trader as a tried station client urine good company tried station unknowing for bain a brilliant oldham one solution for active tried is because of their rights tech support except tra now discover what it's like to tried with tried station visit trade stationcomtried traders market speculation and risk this is the chat with traders podcast hosted by aaron fifield hi folks have you doing will kim once again to chat with tried his podcast the fate your own this episode is someone who had the great pleasure of meeting and speaking with at kwan cone two thousand seventeen in new york city schaub how is a research analyst for a connecticutbased hedge fund focused on trading commodity futures prior to this point he completed a pay hd in finance and was a teaching assistant to renown economist eugene fama and notably shell has also worked directly with trading legend blair how on two quantitative research projects which concern market timing and return predictability what pipe is for both of these can be found in the charen artschat with tried hiscomone five three the main objective of this episode with shell is to learn how a research analyst thinks about things directly related to research and why is that you can do better market research for yourself on top of this shell based on his experience she has a few tips for those who have an urged to study something but are unsure about what to study and some of the differences he's observed between the world of academia and working as a practitioner please welcome xiao chao for episode one hundred and fifty three.
"research analyst" Discussed on AM 920 The Answer
"G joined today by my fellow research analyst jacob keen dander lucille from our perimeter office and jonathan secretive also are in turn from the research department guys and we're going to cover some listener questions here in a little bit the first as we do every week we want to talk about a real life situation while that whether that be tax plan tax planning um financial planning related research related in this case it actually is tax related it's clean james had been renting out james all bashar path for the last nine years and fortunately houses in naples florida and suffered substantial damage from hurricane erma he estimated damage to the home is more than eight thousand dollars they've heard they can claim loss on either the two thousand sixteen or two thousand seventeen tax return bar unsure how determine what would be best so dan this is reading your warehouse so how did they do this and what what would be the best way to do it well actually the best way to do it if you're talking about which here you want to claim claiming on let's just go back and just given overall casually losses hurst well if you're really interested in the in the fine in the weeds of it it was a publication 547 the irs has so that's very important okay also casually losses when they are not in the situation like what we just had between erma and harvey and maria was the other one it was okay there are certain limits that you can take on your tax return with the casualty loss okay so if they're not disaster declared casualty losses once you you let's say you have a hundred thousand dollars of adjusted gross income and let's say you're casualty loss after you subtract that what the insurance company paid you you're still out twelve thousand dollars okay well what you've got to do on a normal situation is entering your justed grosse was one hundred thousand you take ten percent of that ten thousand you lose that of the twelve thousand so you're casually loustau deductible casually lost only 12000 again's actually it's 12000 actually lose ten thousand in one hundred dollars tucker is one hundred dollars plus ten percent.
"research analyst" Discussed on WLOB
"Pointless was will you go and you are our senior research analyst german michelle had agreed he says what's worse than man spreading his man spreading while wearing a 100 percent cotton your that makes you a racist man spreader oh yes the fabric of our lives where were we all year we were doing a radio show and i was getting ready to tell you about the political arguing and i'm not kidding about this that the electoral college is a national security threat yes the electoral carlot we've habits as the founding of the country votes and now it's a national security threat we to get rid of it you know what's going to be funny is and i would really love to see this is when the well with the roles reversed but i don't know that i don't know that will happen though i don't know but a republican can win the popular vote but just about the time they abolish the uh the electoral college but they're still counting immuno and then you have a republican win the popular vote than lose the electoral cut with they had cabot we can't win this is the story this is a girl yuma pen jointly by matthew olsen and benjamin haas olsen is described in the piece is the director of the national counterterrorism center under barack obama and his general counsel at the national security agency he's an adjunct senior fellow at the center for a new american security and cofounder of iron net cybersecurity haass is described as redwood west point two thousand nine and was an intelligence officer in the army for five years including two deployments in afghanistan is now a student at stanford law school so they're 80 explaining that the then the economy argued the electoral college presents a national security threat and it should be abolished so what's the basis of all this well they claim the james madison could not have foreseen the rise of fake news and facebook and that those these posed threats to the integrity of our election system that demand reexamination of the whole role of the electoral college now love this folks is netflix on russia and their efforts to to buy facebook anz which they say compromise the voting systems these efforts have been relatively well documented the authors argument is that the electoral college make such efforts to compromise the.