18 Burst results for "Senior Financial Analyst"

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Freedom is the answer. What's the question what listening to ernest <music> kevin secrets stews is all right. I'm going to go over a bunch of stuff on the front page today and you kinda see a pattern one thing about previous phoenix that i you know. I don't know if i'd take pride right in thought. It was necessary that you have all wide ranging opinions and stopped laughed reich. You're getting kind of going kind of right here with any kind of left here with. You can't go and kind of what i think's interesting. That's what kind of going you know and then of course what people you know. Send me and put up a lot of times if i had more stuff from the left making fun but it used to be anti war you know the left. Was i get all kinds of stuff from people antiwar go. Ooh we anti with not so much anymore now. If trump's not gonna go bomb the crap out of somebody. Somebody's got to say we have to. I mean it's a laugh now awesome. It's so messed up. I am pirate pimco which is a hedge fund. I think it pimco starts dumping bonds fears helicopter money around the corner now what they're talking about here. They're saying well if they fear breakthrough in u._s. China the trade talks could trigger a violent sell off bonds or if the inflation this and if the bonds that and if they do quantum easing here they do babri debbie. You bet there will hippy dippy weatherman. There will be some weather today. Okay and i can see all this going. What happens when people don't have money. Wh what's what's that result. Where's that go. You know. People don't have any money people paying too much in taxes people <hes> inflation starting to hit them. They're not able to make their bills. You know where's that line. What does i was that do sometimes bonds go out of bounds. Go down stocks. You know deckchair ranging. It comes down on worried about these big corporate well a lot of it is retirement notes pension funds and so on. It's all going to get into safety safety. Get into where you know sell. All your stuff. Being cash is precious metals and then pick up all the deals. That's it's no more complicated than that. You know my family. My kids are so much further ahead than we were at that hell i am now. You know so. I go like this. You know eat rama noodles man grow a garden you eat meat you know sit there and just bide your time and when it goes it happens happens about every donald seven eight ten years or something and when you do that a couple of times throughout your life and your ahead you know you you you just go cash rich. You just kind of get everything you sell everything at the high you buy at the low but how do you know when it is well. You don't except for a bunch of well they had now. We'll get to him martin armstrong and a little bit disney whistleblower told s._e._c. <unk> inflated revenue for years shandra kuba formerly formerly senior financial analyst and disney revenue operations department who worked for the company for eighteen years alleged employees working in the parks and resorts business segments systematically overstated revenue by billions of dollars by exploiting weaknesses in the company's accounting software yada yada yada data came crust disney. You know when it goes. It's all go. There's a spy in your mercedes. The firm sold more than one hundred and seventy thousand new cars in britain alone last year..

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios. This is Bloomberg daybreak. Allison Williams, Bloomberg intelligence, senior financial analyst joins us as we look ahead to earnings later this hour from J P Morgan as well as. Wells Fargo before the bell. We're getting earning season kicked off in earnest. Allison, what are you gonna be looking for particularly from J P Morgan this morning. So from J P Morgan who's really about weather across the US banks, but also crossed the global investment banks. If you think key things we're going to be looking at is number one. What is the outlet for capital markets revenue after softer first quarter, we expect revenue declines in the quarter in part that's due to a very strong year ago. But we did see some signs for hope as we exited the quarter in a couple of extent, come businesses. What is the outlook for both trading and fees? And then Secondly loan growth, which is something we're watching across the banks, it's increasingly grown and important as sort of several fed rate hikes in and now with the dovish more dovish fed that grows in importance. So not just a pace of long growth at this point in the cycle. The, but what is the quality of that long growth? So. What what is the pricing, and what is the underwriting like and on the other side of the balance sheet how is positive growth faring? We did see some slowdown in core. Deposit girth in the industry data. We saw pickup in long growth in the industry data. So what how is that playing at the individual banks, and what is the pricing like on deposits when you talk about a more dovish fed. I mean that affects the banking business in a couple of different ways when it comes to capital markets and the loan outlook. Right. So it does. And I think the one thing that Bank. Investors are watching as well as investors broadly is the yield curve which narrow throughout the quarter and inverted toward the end of the quarter. If that continues on a sustained basis, that's obviously not very good for Bank earnings. And obviously there's a couple of things there. I it's basically for the banks that the long end is where banks tend to price and the short end tends to be where. Where they pay that sort of a measure of their profitability. You know, the the second part of it is what is that signaling about the broader economy? And so I think for banks investors are going to be looking for what are Bank seeing from their customers in terms of the health of the economy and also have they changed their interest rate outlook. How are they baking that in or they're making making any changes in light of what we're saying an interest rate environment right now in terms of Wells Fargo. I mean, the the story there has got to be about the health of the Bank itself right in the search for new CEO the search for the new CEO really will be the defining factor for that company. Obviously in the near term and over the long term who's going to step in. How are they going to make changes to the Bank? The other part of the story is almost three years on I guess, we'd call a two and a half years. So it was September twenty sixteen when the. Bank first disclosed issues with their sales practices. We've now just seen the sort of second exit related to that. And I think that is why the Bank is focusing on an external candidate. But they are operating under this fed acid cap. We have seen regulators come out increasingly critical of the Bank over the Clark of the quarter, including some comments a couple of days ago. Likely that the lack of progress from regulators, or at least their view of lack of progress and their criticisms were probably part of the reason that tem felt like he wanted to step down Tim on the prior CEO. But I think investors are going to want to hear is there any more detail. We can kind of get around what's happening with that. The asset cap. I'll get started later this hour, six forty five Wall Street time J P, Morgan reports earnings will have all the numbers.

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg daybreak. Bloomberg intelligence senior financial analyst Allison Williams joins us to take a close. Look at UBS fourth-quarter earnings this morning that came in pretty far short of estimates. Given the share price at the moment right now down four point one percent. These surprising earnings results for you. Alison. So I think the surprise for you is in the investment Bank. This quarter UBS is generally more equity focused. They have a smaller exposure to fixed income trading that was the big area of weakness that the US banks, and what we actually saw at UBS with some underperformance in their equities trading unit as well as equity capital markets, advisory and surprising strength and the fixed income trading. And what they talked about was some of the weakness in Asia. UBS has a relatively stronger. Business in Asia equities trading, and that was sort of relatively weaker. And so that's one of the reasons for the underperformance and the equity capital markets business. They had some private transactions a year ago, which did not repeat. And so there is some weakness there. So I think that's in terms of the quarter. Perhaps some of the reason for the disappointment the bigger negative is the outlets in the wealth. Business is the core business for UBS. And I think what's going to be important sort of as we see the reports come out in the weeks ahead is really how they sort of fared versus competitor is the US outlaw was a big driver. They also had one big Swiss outflow, which was the driver. We don't get this sort of comparable data from US competitor. Is they think they're outperforming US? But again, we don't have the numbers to show for flares. But I think it's going to be important, especially when we see credit sweetser. Court on the fourteenth how they're Asia Business air versus ups from the data that we're seeing you so far Alison does it look as though UBS is an outlier compared to other banks when it comes to the underperformance inequities. Definitely compared to the US banks keep in mind that the US banks have been outperforming the Europeans over the past year. And and in fact, over the past couple of years now part of that just has to do with relative regional strengths. If you look at the trend in US equities, they happen stronger. And he did say that they held their own in the US cash equities business. So they get well there. It's just that they are over indexed to Asia, you would expect them to underperform. But I think the degree of underperformance was a little surprising to some a lot of attention, obviously. As you mentioned the thirteen billion dollars in outflows in the fourth quarter has leadership at UBS given any indication of how they intend perhaps to to stem that going forward. I think leadership is just going to continue to focus on their strategy Asia has a lot of opportunity for the long term. I think most would agree with that. You know, obviously, there's some weakness, Sarah. So you'd expect to see that filter through to UBS. I think some of the weakness shares this relates to the fact that investors do expect, you know, relatively more stability in the wealth business. They focus more on the wealth business versus more investment banking. So over the long term you'd expect to have less volatility there. However, I would say even though it's less should be less volatile. It's not immune and given the extreme difficulties that we saw it in the fourth quarter. And a lot of the trends that we saw out of Asia. It's not surprising to see the weakness. I think that the more negative point for investors. It's just the fact that there's still no visibility. There's not necessarily any signs that things are going to get better. Because a lot of the geopolitical concerns that weighed in the fourth quarter on investors still seem present today. Yeah. I was gonna say looking at the short term, at least, I guess this makes resolution between the US and China when it comes to the trade dispute all the more important for UBS. I'd imagine. Correct. And and so again, China, obviously as a great long opportunity, it's growing faster than other regions in the world. But if that's going to be the area of weakness in the short term that will weigh on the positive side for UBS. They did announced a one billion dollar five back. They do have cross program face. And I think both of these are important to the extent that the top line is uncertain that management is controlling what they can in the short term. And this is also something that we've seen across the US peers, given the uncertainty sort of a commitment to controlling things on the cost side. Allison Williams, senior financial analyst from Bloomberg intelligence. Thanks for that analysis of UBS earnings this morning much appreciated. Bloomberg intelligence, providing unique real time, researching context on industries and all the market, and government fact that impact business terminal customers can access this function at. I go again looking at UBS shares right now down four point one percent futures contracts on Wall Street also pointed lower on this Tuesday morning..

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Thanks for being with a spokeman Monday. The job market continues to impress. But that doesn't mean there aren't warning signs. The pace of hiring picked up in August American workers paychecks crew strongly and the unemployment rate held steady showing ongoing strength in the labor market. The unemployment rate was three point nine percent last month and two hundred one thousand jobs were added beating expectations behind the numbers. Now with Mark Hamrick senior financial analyst at bankrate dot com, Mark where are we on wages? We're seeing some improving numbers on wages, and this has long been the single leaf satisfying part of economic expansion. That's more than nine years old. I can remember the labor secretary in the Obama administration saying that wage growth was unfinished business or the administration, and I would say even now there are certainly pockets around the country, certainly rural areas, smaller communities, and some sectors that have not seen a more substantial wage. Growth. And so that we're seeing it now is long overdue. The gain away saw the employment report for August showed average hourly earnings up two point nine percent of that's up from two point seven, and we have tended to be above two and a half percent on that I would say for a couple of years now, but again long in coming and that doesn't really make up for the lack of more substantial wage gains that we saw for many years during the expansion not to mention what happened during the financial crisis and great recession. All right. So will the wage gains continue they ought to. You know, this is also by the way consistent with other data. We've seen that suggests that compensation more broadly has been rising and you say, well, what's the difference? You know compensation can include a lot of things such as so called fringe benefits. You know, vitally important things like health insurance coverage, but also bonuses some of which were seen coordinated with the tax cut. I I might add that that they had to benefit more often. Better compensated workers to begin with not necessarily so much low wage workers, but the I think as long as the unemployment rate remained stable or continues to go lower. We should see further acceleration and wage growth. Now the other question is what about inflation? And so as we look singularly at the average hourly earnings piece that judged against the consumer price index alone has had a minus sign attached to another word so called real wages have been declining. But the other part of that is that some people, including the White House would rather have us look at the broader compensation piece, and I think that's a fair request. But obviously, you can't spend health insurance per se and the bonuses are often one time of bent. So that's not a sustained wage increase. So it's a complicated. Picture. I think the narrative remains that we want to see a better wage growth, and we hope that it will happen in the coming coming. Months and years. We're speaking with Mark Hamrick senior financial analyst at bankrate dot com behind the numbers. The August report from the Labor Department regarding jobs. Exp. Try to explain to a simpleton like me here is not an economist about why wages wouldn't be noticeably higher or considerably higher when employers can't even find bodies to fill all the job openings that. They have well, I mean, some employers are having difficulty not all in some cases, you know, jobs are actually being downgraded where employers say, you know, what we thought we wanted a senior person for that job. We're going to go with the lower paid person. And the other part of that is in some ways that's an unstoppable trend at least for the foreseeable future. Because baby boomers retire lower paid workers file in behind them. And so that's a natural kind of evolution. And whereas we know basically the baby boomers were the single largest part of the US population until the millennials started filing in right behind them generation Z appears to be on track to supplant them. So that's a you might say a natural evolution of the workforce. But you know, the baby boomer retirements are going to continue and take better salaries with them. I think also the fact that there still is some degree of underemployment in the US. Those numbers have looked better as their measured by the Labor Department. Now, we have a little more than four million workers who are working part time that would like to have full time work, but that's still a large city. I think there still is some underemployment. And clearly we have a lot of jobs in our country that are low wage jobs. We sometimes forget about the fact that as consumers we prefer not to pay so much for some of the experiences that we pay for such as dining and other.

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on WRVA

"FDIC copyright, two thousand eighteen Capital One reviews, Mark where are we on wages improving numbers on wages, and this has long been the single least satisfying part of economic expansion. That's more than nine years old. I could remember the labor secretary in the Obama administration saying that wage growth was the unfinished business or the, and I would say even now there are certainly pockets around the country, certainly rural areas, smaller communities, and some sectors that have not seen a more substantial wage growth. And so that we're seeing it now is long overdue. The gain away saw the employment report for August showed average hourly earnings up two point nine percent of that's up from two point seven, and we have tended to be above two and a half percent on that. I would. Say for a couple of years now, but again long in coming, and that doesn't really make up for the lack of more substantial wage gains that we saw for many years during the expansion not to mention what happened during the financial crisis and great recession. All right. So will the wage gains continue they ought to. You know, this is also by the way consistent with other data. We've seen that suggests that compensation more broadly has been rising and you say, well, what's the difference? You know compensation can include a lot of things such as so-called fringe benefits, you know, vitally important things like health insurance coverage, but also bonuses some of which were seen coordinated with the tax cut. I I might add that that they had the benefit more often better compensated workers to begin with not necessarily so much low wage workers. But yeah, I think as long as the unemployment rate remained stable or continues to go lower. We should see a further acceleration in wage growth. Now the other question is what about inflation? And so as we look singularly at the average hourly earnings piece that a judged against the consumer price index alone has had a minus sign attached to another word so-called real wages have been declining. But the other part of that is that some people, including the White House would rather have us look at the broader compensation piece, and I think that's a fair request. But obviously, you can't spend health. Insurance per se and the bonuses are often one time event. So that's not a sustained wage increase. So it's a complicated. Picture. I think the narrative remains that we want to see a better wage growth, and we hope that it will happen in the coming coming months and years, we're speaking with Mark Hamrick senior financial analyst at bankrate dot com behind the numbers. The August report from the Labor Department regarding jobs, exp, try to explain to a simpleton light me. Here is not an economist about why wages wouldn't be noticeably higher or considerably higher when employers can't even find bodies to fill all the job openings that. They have well, I mean, some employers are having difficulty not all in some cases, you know, jobs are actually being downgraded where employers say, you know, what we thought we wanted to senior person for that job. We're gonna go with the lower paid person. And the other part of that is in some ways that's an unstoppable trend at least for the foreseeable future. Because baby boomers retire lower paid workers file in behind them. And so that's a natural kind of evolution. And whereas we know basically the baby boomers were the single largest part of the US population until the millennials started filing in right behind them generations, the appears to be on track to supplant them. So that's a you might say a natural part of evolution of the workforce. But you know, the baby boomer retirements are going to continue and take better salaries with them. I think also the fact that there still is some degree of underemployment in the US. Those numbers have looked better as measured by the Labor Department. Now, we have a little more than four million workers are working part time that would like to have full time work, but that's still a large city, you know, in the United States. I think there still is some underemployment, and clearly we have a lot of jobs in our country that are low wage jobs. We sometimes forget about the fact that as consumers we'd prefer. Not to pay so much for some of the experiences that we pay for such as dining and other.

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on WWL

WWL

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on WWL

"Thanks for being with a spokeman Monday. The job market continues to impress. But that doesn't mean there aren't warning signs. The pace of hiring picked up in August. American workers paychecks crew strongly and the unemployment rate held steady showing ongoing strength in the labor market. The unemployment rate was three point nine percent last month and two hundred one thousand jobs were added beating expectations behind the numbers. Now with Mark Hamrick senior financial analyst at bankrate dot com, Mark where are we on wages? We're seeing some improving numbers on wages, and this has long been the single Lee satisfying part of economic expansion. That's more than nine years old. I could remember the labor secretary in the Obama administration saying that wage growth was the unfinished business or the administration, and I would say even now there are certainly pockets around the country, certainly rural areas, smaller communities, and some sectors that have not seen a more substantial wage growth. And so that we're seeing it now is long overdue. The gain away saw the employment report for August showed average hourly earnings up two point nine percent of that's up from two point seven. We have tended to be above two and a half percent on that. I would say for a couple of years now, but again long in coming, and that doesn't really make up for the lack of more substantial wage gains that we saw for many years during the expansion not to mention what happened during the financial crisis and great recession. All right. So will the wage gains continue they ought to. You know, this is also by the way consistent with other data. We've seen that suggests that a compensation more broadly has been rising and you say, well, what's the difference? You know compensation can include a lotta things such as so-called fringe benefits, you know, vitally important things like health insurance coverage, but also bonuses some of which were seen coordinated with the tax cut. I might add that they had the benefit more often better compensated workers to begin with and not necessarily so much low wage workers. But yeah, I think as long as the unemployment rate remained stable or continues to go lower. We. You should see a further acceleration in wage growth. Now the other question is what about inflation? And so as we look singularly at the average hourly earnings piece that a judged against the consumer price index alone has had a minus sign attached to another word so-called real wages have been declining. But the other part of that is that some people, including the White House would rather have us look at the broader compensation piece, and I think that's a fair request. But obviously, you can't spend health insurance per se and the bonuses are often one time event. So that's not a sustained wage increase. So it's a complicated. Picture. I think the narrative remains that we want to see a better wage growth, and we hope that it will happen in the coming coming months and years speak with Mark Hamrick senior financial analyst at bankrate dot com behind the numbers. The August report from the Labor Department regarding jobs, exp, try to explain to a. A simpleton like me here is not an economist about why wages wouldn't be noticeably higher or considerably higher when employers can't even find bodies to fill all the job openings that. They have well, I mean, some employers are having difficulty not all in some cases, you know, jobs are actually being downgraded where employers say, you know, what we thought we wanted a senior person for that job or in a go with the lower paid person. And the other part of that is in some ways that's an unstoppable trend at least for the foreseeable future. Because baby boomers retire lower paid workers file in behind them. And so that's a natural kind of evolution. And whereas we know basically the baby boomers were the single largest part of the US population until the millennials started filing in right behind them generation Z appears to be on track to supplant them. So that you might say a natural evolution of the workforce. But you know, the baby boomer retirements are. Going to continue and take better salaries with them. I think also the fact that there still is some degree of underemployment in the US. Those numbers have looked better as their measured by the Labor Department. Now, we have a little more than four million workers are working part time that would like to have full time work, but that's still a large city at you know, in the United States, I think there still is some underemployment, and clearly we have a lot of jobs in our country that are low wage jobs. We sometimes forget about the fact that has consumer as we'd prefer not to pay so much for some of the experiences that we pay for such as dining and other.

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Six being with a spokeman Monday. The job market continues to impress. But that doesn't mean there aren't warning signs. The pace of hiring picked up in August American workers paychecks crew strongly and the unemployment rate held steady showing ongoing strength in the labor market. The unemployment rate was three point nine percent last month and two hundred one thousand jobs were added beating expectations behind the numbers. Now with Mark Hamrick senior financial analyst at bankrate dot com, Mark where are we on wages? We're seeing some improving numbers on wages, and this has long been the single least satisfying part of economic expansion. That's more than nine years old. I could remember the labor secretary in the Obama administration saying that wage growth was the unfinished business of the ministration. And I would say even now there are certainly pockets around the country, certainly rural areas, smaller communities, and some sectors that have not seen more substantial wage growth. And so that we're seeing now is long overdue. The gain away saw the employment report for August showed average hourly earnings up two point nine percent of that's up from two point seven, and we have tended to be above two and a half percent on that I would say for a couple of years now, but again long in coming and that doesn't really make up for the lack of more substantial wage gains that we saw for many years during the expansion not to mention what happened during the financial crisis and great recession. All right. So we'll the wage gains continue they ought to. You know, this is also by the way consistent with other data. We've seen that suggests that compensation more broadly has been rising and you say, well, what's the difference? You know compensation can include a lot of things such as so called fringe benefits. You know, vitally important things like health insurance coverage, but also bonuses some of which were seen coordinated with the tax cut. I might add that that they had the benefit more often better compensated workers to begin with not necessarily so much low wage workers. But yeah, I think as long as the unemployment rate remained stable or continues to go lower. We should see a further acceleration in wage growth. Now the other question is what about inflation? And so as we look singularly at the average hourly earnings piece that judged against the consumer price index alone has had a minus sign attached to another word so called real wages have been declining. But the other part of that is that some people, including the White House would rather have us look at the broader compensation piece, and I think that's a fair request. But obviously, you can't spend health. Insurance per se, and the bonuses are often one time of bent. So that's not a sustained wage increase. So it's a complicated. Picture. I think the narrative remains that we want to see a better wage growth, and we hope that it will happen in the coming coming months and years, we're speaking with Mark Hamrick senior financial analyst at bankrate dot com behind the numbers. The August report from the Labor Department regarding jobs, exp, try to explain to a simpleton like me here is not an economist about why wages wouldn't be noticeably higher or considerably higher when employers can't even find bodies to fill all the job openings that. They have well, I mean, some employers are having difficulty not all in some cases, you know, jobs are actually being downgraded where employers say, you know, what we thought we wanted a senior person for that job. But we're gonna go with the lower paid person. And the other part of that is in some ways that's an unstoppable trend at least for the foreseeable future. Because baby boomers retire lower paid workers file in behind them. And so that's a natural kind of evolution. And whereas we know basically the baby boomers were the single largest part of the US population. And tell them Eleni owes started filing in right behind them generations, the appears to be on track to supplant them. So that's a, but you might say a natural part of evolution of the workforce. But you know, the baby boomer retirements are going to continue and take better salaries with them. I think also the fact that there still is some degree of underemployment in the US. Those numbers have looked better as measured by the Labor Department. Now, we have a little more than four million workers who are working part time that would like to help fulltime work, but that's still a large city at the you know, in the United States. I think there still is some underemployment. And clearly we have a lot of jobs in our country that are low wage jobs. We sometimes forget about the fact that as consumers we'd prefer not to pay so much for some of the experiences that we pay for such as dining and other kinds of entertainment destinations, and and those model those business models are dependent on low wages, otherwise nobody can afford to go to them next. Mark. Mark Hamrick senior financial analyst at bankrate dot com. US employers have added to payrolls for ninety five straight months, now extending the longest continuous.

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Do you understand? Why turkeys having problems very simply it comes from rates being kept too low because of pressure from their president. You really understand? Why Argentina's economy has been mired by rampant inflation because their main Bank? The central Bank is trying to curb their inflation through rate hikes. You don't understand that? Are you a Nobel laureate? Economics. I'm not I was an economics. Major and I have a hard time. Understanding what's going on in these emerging markets. Bottom line is you don't need it. We are very interesting program today. We are going to have on our program, the authors of the shadow president, the shadow president is Mike Pence Meikeljohn Tonio and Peter Eisner on my guess, they'll be on a little later in the program. But you're gonna learn a lot about Mike Pence. I invited them to come on the program because I'm a money manager, first and foremost, I'm looking to see what could happen to our stock market to our economy. And how do we Gary Goldberg financial services? Protect our clients. I'm gonna give you some suggestions throughout the program as two ways to do that. I'm also going to be joined by Greg McBride. The senior financial analyst at bankrate dot com. We are going to talk about interest rates were also going to examine what actually? Transpired at the last meeting that occurred amongst the chief economist at the Jackson Hole gathering, so stay tuned. It's going to be an interesting program. I promise you, I will also hold your hand. If you want a second.

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"Okay. So we have a couple of new faces on the show today. I do wanna make sure we do a bit of a check in and also just a bit of a bit of an introduction. I mean, you guys have already been adding to such a great panel today. So let's start off with Mari. Over there. Once you give our viewers a bit of introduction to yourself. Okay. Well, frequent readers of probably know me. I was entering chief at from, I think, two thousand fifteen to up until early this year. So it's quite a run. Mostly specialized in big technical articles, and I still write those for the site beyond that mathematics student university of Minnesota senior year, doing my last year specializing in AM. She learning and. I don't know. I have a really cool cat. I guess that's pretty much. And a broken pen on fortunately, broken. Yeah. Well. A couple hours now that we go. Do you know what the funny thing is that broken panic kind of looks like when you snap pencil in half. Yeah, I know. All right, Steven, won't you let the viewers know a little bit more about you. I I've right for day for while joined back in twice a scene, almost exactly two years ago, actually twenty nine of August. Jeers second stem. Revival anniversary. It's been douse. Garon got to go. I got the go-to Gulia twice while with midst. The Benetton outside Xia a on senior financial analyst for venture capital firm out of the specializing pharmaceuticals..

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"We didn't recover. We have closed the peration Noel other the myself lost money, but I was very close to by Chris and I must weigh house in the process, lost whatever ISIS out of those. And no fellow risk-takers, welcome to my worst investment ever stories of laws to keep you winning in our community. We know that to win in investing. You must take risk, but to win big, you've got reduce it. My name's Andrew Stotz from as dots investment research today. I'm here with Bill Lewis who will be telling us about his worst investment ever. Thank you so much Bill for being with us and welcome to the show you were much opportunity joy today. Yes. Great to have you. So let me give a little background for our listeners about you. Bill Lewis is the founder and leader of Linaker digital media. He holds a degree in business strategy leadership, mergers acquisitions, operation strategy, and globalization from Harvard Business School Bill started his career as a senior financial analyst had Fords Europe division throughout his career. He's worker more than a dozen companies, including KPM. Gee, British Airways, and was the co founder in two thousand twelve of Tennessee's communications born as technologists. He has evolved into a consummate leader in board room titan he's helped many entrepreneurial businesses including some fortune two hundred companies Bill, you got anything to add to that excellent introduction, but you're very kind under, I think, yes, you're summarize population of both coporate by ground and holds of Larrea by random show. Let's for a little bit more limit more of us in a few moments. Now before sharing your story, can you tell us a little bit about your level of investing experience and what type of investment are you gonna be telling us about her this story or put my level of investment experience today somewhere between medium hard on this doesn't mean I'm investment professional just got considerably experience on us. We'll see. Both golden by then I will come some of those stories in a moment. The actual story I'm going to share with you about point in time. I would put my investment experience. Probably Lou on always low to Optimus duty many of eligible as at some point in time how the level of belief in those that runs ahead of our best said. Now, to set the stage for our listeners in, you described the circumstances leading up to this worst investment. Of course, everybody goes into their worst investment thinking, it's not gonna be bad. It's going to be good. So maybe you can tell us what was going on in your life in the markets in the you know, what were you presented with when you made this investment? Okay. On a little bit of background because it's relevant to hell the story pounds out, I'd had very -ccomplish career as you out in the election after period of time on. I think that as my life thirties, forties, I decided to take some time out to Charlie, which I. I did five years. We created on around very successful in the UK working with this abundance young people to use. I came back into the business world, but not wanting to go into court. Light is signed to try my hand initially consulting, but very rapidly moved toward soldier, finish it. So I'm kind of unaccomplished coporate executive harmful experience of running oganizations outside the culprit environment announced Epping Ford into what was by four angel removes the measure. Okay. So that gives us a little hint that the story is going to be about entrepreneurship. Why don't you then take it away in? Tell us that story. Tell us what happened results, a number of introductions. I met a couple of guys in the US on entered into a polish ship with their American organization to open up the United Kingdom with a range of consumer. Now they have been successful in the US on the agreement was the American organization Safai product unmanageable support on training junior during the initial period? Now for about a year, I would supply finance premises. I would recruit, I would run the organization now I was coma..

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Bill Lewis talks about the importance of knowing product-market fit

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

04:45 min | 2 years ago

Bill Lewis talks about the importance of knowing product-market fit

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Committee with us on this friday march nine gordon deal jennifer kushinka some of our top stories and headlines president trump agrees to meet with kim jong wound up north korea mr trump signs tariffs on steel and aluminum but there will be exemptions frightening new stats from the cdc on opioid overdoses paralympic winter games begin today in south korea martin strilly notice pharma perot could be sentenced today on securities fraud ninth aniversary of the current bull market today any insults at trump and kim have traded over the past couple years that story in about twenty minutes the february jobs report comes out today from the labor department for a preview here's mark hamrick senior financial analyst at bankratecom at eu see it well let's begin with the broad brush stroke and that is that the us economy could could use to really haumli too long thick will thief petty job creation and that the expectation for the foreseeable future the previous month we had two hundred thousand jobs out of the unemployment rate of the four point one percent and i think that we could basically duplicate that the key question right now gordon is what is the pace of wage growth and we can all remember that we've got that january jobs report really cut off a selling spree on wall street that are came quite painful on volatile at sometimes because the pace of wage growth accelerated a european gain of two point nine percent by was not foreseen gene and it was seen possibly igniting a more inflation than expected and possibly prompting the federal reserve to raise interest rates more aggressively so we're really going to zero in on that wage component in this employment report mind you as we always want to caution a one month does not a trend to make but if we do see a trend that's developing that could change the interest rate outlook of that causes tension with stocks because we know that the stock market has been uh just released soaring over the last several years and that.

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And where they may be heading next and good morning as karen mentioned a just a moment ago we've heard from blackrock the sworn in reporting fourthquarter profit exceeding estimates how does that bode for others reporting this morning among them jp morgan chase and wells fargo let's talk to allison williams bloomberg intelligence senior financial analyst alison good morning good to see it good morning too so what about the the others were where are they going to be showing up here i think that the big question for where at the sax overall as taxes right so with a quarter what we're going to be looking for is anything to sort of i i guess give a little meat to that story so first for want to hear about the direct impact is there any guidance on the tax rate that's that's obviously the most important then secondly the indirect impacts which which can also be very important but are going to be harder to judge and um we might have to see those over time so to the businesses that have stalled ahead of tax reform our commercial and industrial loan growth as well as mna we're going to want to hear about the outlook for those businesses the other thing i think investors are going to be focusing on is the um the cost of deposit so we've gotten a lot of net interest at margin expansion but now we're now at the point where we might distort see a little bit of price in competition could some of the companies come out and use some of uh of the tax benefit to pass that on to customers in terms of higher prices i'm not sure that's an announcement that we're going to get it's not something that companies are probably gonna telegraph new advanced and i don't think it's anything that some of the larger companies that i cover going to do but it could be something that competitors can do and then and then fine away um i just saw crossing the tape uh larry feign from blackrock saying he thinks that taxes are going to add one percent of gdp growth we have heard already from some of the ceos of about some of the.

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on KOMO

"Shopping season with black friday and soghra monies at helping things as well oh absolutely i just don't know how much more you can pride into the market here i mean we're gonna probably shock up three straight quarters a threepercent gdp and the us uh the the ah income and spending data today was positive uh we're seeing inflation still relative really low it's going to be interesting to see what happens in 2018 leaving aside any tensions on the geopolitical fraud i e north korea at cetera because we have a new chair of the federal reserve coming in and if the economy really is doing so well while the federal reserve want to do raise interest rates right uh if indeed the we see an improvement in inflation and so then you get a little bit more tension between rising rates and corporate profits and economic performance so bottom line enjoy it but expect that there could be a correction sometime soon don't panic well absolutely and you know it depends on what you're horizon is for investing you should always expect the socks go up and down and we've seen them only go up over the past year and so it would be perfectly normal to have uh a pull back at some point it's just a question of win and we and we can't predict that you know everybody wants to ask me when will the markka pull back and i'll say you know if i knew the answer to that i'd be speaking to you over a maritime phone from a yacht somewhere the market does with the market wants to do bankratecom senior financial analyst mark hamrick mark thanks so much have a good rest of your after now you do her thanks so much and a quick update here the senate has voted not to send the gop tax will back to committee so it's forward march to have the vote possibly by tomorrow komo news time too propel insurance money update here's bruce rail the city of atlanta is moving forward with plans to redevelop a section of downtown known as the which plans call for the development of nine point three million square feet of office and a million square feet of retail space as well as the 1500 room hotel of a thousand apartments on the nine acre property owned by the city the city is pitching the goal tests a spot for amazon's second headquarters publisher time inc said it is selling its sunset lifestyle brand to the private equity firm regent sunset as a monthly print publication covering food travel wine and home and garden.

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Arkansas and david purdue of georgia say under the new bill known as the raise act the us would prioritize highskilled immigrants by setting up a merit based system similar to those used by canada and australia president trump says it will reduce poverty lift wages and save taxpayers billions this legislation demonstrates our compassion for struggling american families who deserve an immigration system that puts their needs first and that puts america first applicants would be favored if they can speak english financially support themselves and their families and demonstrates skills that will contribute to the economy opponents argue that limiting the number of refugees goes against the new american value of offering a safe haven to people fleeing violence and oppression supporters say the current immigration system drives down wages the dow jones industrial average has topped twenty two thousand another milestone in the long bull market the bluechip index yesterday sit it's thirty second record of the year stocks continue to grind higher without a pullback of greater than three percent in more than a year the rally has been powered enlarge jp part by a revival in us corporate earnings greg mcbride is senior financial analyst at bankratecom have an economy that goro we solidly not it cover off the ball but you know shifting grow consistent job growth inflation low interest rates are low you put all that together that is a recipe for higher stock prices down does israel's rose fifty two points to twenty two thousand sixteen led by gains in shares of apple which jumped nearly five percent after the company reported strong ipads and macs sales in its most recent quarter apples game alone edit about forty.

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Will reduce poverty lift wages and save taxpayers billions this legislation demonstrates our compassion for struggling american families who deserve an immigration system that puts their needs first and that puts america first applicants would be favored if they can speak english financially support themselves and their families and demonstrates skills that will contribute to the economy opponents argued that limiting the number of refugees goes against the new american value of offering a safe haven to people fleeing violence and oppression supporters say the current immigration system drives down wages the dow jones industrial average has topped twenty two thousand another milestone in the long bull market the bluechip index yesterday sit it's thirty second record of the year stocks continue to grind higher without a pullback of greater than three percent in more than a year the rally has been powered enlarge jp part by a revival in us corporate earnings greg mcbride is senior financial analyst at bankratecom bevin economy that go away solidly not recover off the ball but you know can shifting growth consistent job growth inflations low interest rates are low you put all that together that is a recipe for higher stock prices the dow israel's 52 points to twenty two thousand sixteen led by gains in shares of apple which jumped nearly five percent after the company reported strong ipads and macs sales in its most recent quarter apples game alone and it about forty nine points to the dow overall international companies like mcdonalds and boeing have helped fuel the rally in many investors are counting on a weak dollar to boost us exports it's eleven minutes now after the.

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"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"senior financial analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"About trends from the markets perspective there is a lot of those chatter recently that perhaps the low volatility is not so much a syncretic thing but just kind of the trend in markets that we've seen as low rates persist and all that kind of stuff i wonder when you look at the bank's who is most prone to suffer if that kind of low volume zhang not just within the equity market but across many other markets as we're seeing right now persist as it just a matter of ranking the banks by their trading exposure who here is the most exposed while iggy playing mathematical who make the most moment task who may not income creating that though in fact on way thank you if you're caring equity an morgan correct are there off i can mark mackowiak are the big of the an ball jp morgan all right the equivalent pick com i'm back out of it better hmm wait what might look at low volatility oh my god technical our man i'm there have been lot at harry active equity and i think they're they're they're mad at that at that um that tekekom american actor the bank had time you've got to prepare for that a timer els williams of television obviously awesome senior financial analyst isn't bloomer markets with nathan hager at now look.

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