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"seven eight percent" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada
"Advice session on the house so today afternoon of tuesday. October nineteenth joel. Can you do a quick market update from the past week. Yeah this is an exciting seven day. I don't know following our past. I'd say three weeks of podcasts. Were it's been a draw down in markets and then kind of this awesome set up for technology investors people. That are kind of recognizing that over the summer i would. I mean no matter how you look at it. Markets sold off index stayed elevated but the underlying. It was kind of supported by five major companies. Right yet apple doing really well. Google trading really. Well however i mentioned quite a few times you had the nasdaq where fifty percent of the stocks. Inside of the nasdaq. were down. Twenty percent something like twenty five or thirty percent of the nasdaq was down. Up to fifty percent from their all-time highs and that has now reversed. The latest earnings season has just begun and so far it is absolutely ripping companies are passing with. flying colors. Most financials are rallying. If you're paying attention to the things for myself. I've always felt as though if you wanna read on the underlying american canadian economy. Is you really need to look at the walmart's the five major banks here in canada and then jp morgan bank of america. Their earnings are incredibly important. Because it's just the lifeblood of the daily consumer and things are good Jamie morgan all-time highs you have all of these banks. Making new relative is it's feeling pretty awesome. He got a reinvigorated investor. I think the peak in investor pessimism was last week when i was hurting. I had this conversation with you. I think i mentioned this was a lot of emails from clients being like or just phone calls pay honestly some market gonna plummet in here. We are if you take a peek. At your indexes you gotta swift rally and honestly one of the greatest indicators we got is when pessimism hits highs reverse reverse when the person who shining your shoes is like the proverbial analogy that a lotta people use telling you about entities. You sell your date. So now that we have the internet and we have indicators at a pretty great in regards to sentiment readers. It's a nice little. I don't know that signal. Everyone's got that person in your life. I have a crazy uncle. That always text means like oh man this the going to end. And that's exactly when you try to buy a bunch of stuff because you know he's wrong right so we've seen that rally energy fifty eight percent this year real estate up thirty percent this year. The s&p five hundred twenty but emerging markets only up to but. It's rallied a good seven eight percent utilities doing well so i said this earlier. This push into sickles is interesting. I had initially kinda talked about on the podcast and then also in the newsletter. In the that. I'm really pretty excited about the adobe. The cloudflare's the tulio's which is bronx Favorite and actually entered into a few positions and sadly i had to sell today..
"seven eight percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And all that but they follow the same level of rules. They've the same designs and things like that as well. It was easier for them to target that. I mean because there's only so many airports there's only so many airline manufacturers so once again when you have centralized centralization. The government knows how to handle that but in the case cryptocurrency and decentralized finance there's no head to cut off and it is forming so quickly that we can't keep up. Yeah i mean even if we could legally do anything with crypto currency. It's still impossible to actually get your your mind around all of the different offerings out there. Oh it's impossible and the new york times here the story Talking about the crypto world in the sort of targeting banking says it it offers a wide range of companies. At one end. There are those that operate on model similar to those of traditional consumer oriented banks like block fire creek in bank which has secured a special charter in wyoming and hopes by the end of this year to take consumers crypto currency deposits but without traditional federal deposit insurance corporation insurance on the more radical end is decentralized finance or defy which is more kim to wall street per crypto currency players include compound company in san francisco that operates completely outside of the regulatory system defy limited. They won't be san francisco long. Yeah defy eliminates human intermediaries like brokers bank clerks and traders and instead uses algorithms to execute financial transactions such as lending and borrowing similar to robert. Tommy interesting things going on these days. Where robin hood provided the average person with the ability to game the system make money in the stock market. Decentralized finance is doing the very same sort of thing of course. Robin hood is a centralized finance app. But it was marketed in a way that made it sound like it was making yes. Robinhood is certainly centralized but it does provide tools to the average individual who did not have those tools just five years ago. Yeah and i don't know how compound works. I've never looked into it. But i've seen that. I've seen that. Its token is very very popular. And it's done very very i think it hit like the top twenty or top. Ten or something like that on crypto. I've never heard of it. They're obviously doing something right. Whatever the hell it is that they're doing but big mistake having centralized corporation based in the united states. If you're going to be doing decentralized finance so i think there's a lot of quote unquote decentralized finance. That isn't truly decentralised that they're just sort of like. Hey let's call ourselves defy because people like that. Well isn't defy sort of this wide protocol sort of thing. No it just stands for decentralized finance. I think it was an actual entity sowards. Now it's just a buzzword. Okay yeah Some some are more decentralized than others. From what i can tell that's often the case. I mean what. Bitcoin based ceo was talking about how important it is to be. Decentralized recently crypto is the new shadow bank said elizabeth warren in an interview or shut up it provides many of the same services but without the consumer protections or financial stability the pack up the traditional system. Also without of the stupid crap like standing in long lines waiting on hold all the other. Bs that you have to deal with with government banks now was she shadow banks. I would assume something called a shadow. Bank doesn't offer. Fdic insurance correct yet. None of these companies offer. Fdic insurance because they're not banks right so they're not obligated to and they probably wouldn't be allowed to if they went to the fdic and said hey will you ensure our product they probably told no She says it's like spinning straw into gold. She added as she has a problem with that. Lawmakers and regulators are worried that consumers are not always fully aware of the potential dangers of the new bank like crypto services and decentralized finance platforms crypto. deposit accounts aren't federally insured holdings may not be guaranteed if markets go haywire. Well no one's guaranteed if the market goes haywire sounds like regular market activity. There's always risk you buy a stock and it goes down. You lose the government's not gonna cut you a break or cheyenne bank. Don't tax you if the stock goes up. Oh yeah but into stock goes down. You just lose. People who borrow against their crypto could face liquidation of their holding sometimes an entirely automated markets that are unregulated. I mean how many times the new york times going to make that point. I mean literally. The last three paragraphs they've talked about. How unregulated this is block vise extraordinary growth in the recent crackdown by state. Regulators illustrates the fraught path of crypto financial services companies mid confusion about what they do. Their business isn't a similar to that of a regular bank. They take deposits of crypto currencies and pay interest on them. They make loans in dollars to people who put up cryptocurrency as collateral and it lends crypto to institutions that need for consumers. The main allure blocksize. The chance to take loans in dollars up to half the value of their crypto collateral. So if you put in a whole bitcoin you get half of that bitcoins value in a pretty good deal for block by allowing customers get cash without the tax hit of selling their digital assets or two left because again there's supposedly no capital gains tax on a loan so that's sort of the work around here of the Or to leverage the value of their holdings to buy more crypto currency they also offer interest up to eight percent per year on crypto deposits. That's compared with a national average of gordon guests for banks for savings deposit at a bank zero point zero to five percent. White one five zero point six percent. Okay better than i expected. I don't think i meant to say zero point. Zero zero point two five percent. It gets confusing when i start doing percentages in my head yet and we're talking about a percentage of a percent right and that's the national addicts savings percent. That's nothing how can block offer such a high rate. While an addition charging interest on the loans that they make to consumers it lends crypto to institutions like fidelity investments or susquehanna international group that use those assets for quick and sometimes lucrative crypto currency arbitrage transactions. Passing on high returns to customers. I mean this is what happens. We you allow the markets to set the interest rates to take out one of these loans. You you get like a one percent interest rate that you have to pay back on top of the. Usda they gave me right I think somebody mentioned one percent. Yeah but if you invest in them and allow them to learn out your money you can get back five six seven eight percent yet and sometimes more versus the current system. Where if you take out a loan from a bank you're going to i don't know what percentage rates are real percent. Yes but read to five somewhere range. It's going to be substantial but if you have money in a savings account they're not giving you their loaning out your money. Oh yes like block faez. But they're only giving you a fraction of a percent and also don't forget banks not only are they loaning out your money. They're creating money from thin air and that's the benefit of being part of the federal reserve system. Which is fractional reserve banking. The banks don't even need your money to create loans. That's all an illusion. All they do is when you sign that loan documentation poof. the money has been created. It didn't exist before you sign the loan paperwork so they are literally giving you money. They created from thin air so to that extent blocked fine companies like it like neck so and celsius and coin loan. They actually have assets fractional reserve. They can't and that's a beautiful day. Yeah they can't just cook up some bitcoin. They can't send you fake bitcoin. I can't send you paper versions of bitcoin. And the result of all of this that it is a safer method of taking out loans and repaying loans you get better interest rates for investing in them and you get better interest rates for taking out loans with them. No wonder these people hissed much better now. It's not even comparable kept. There's the insurance. That's the only thing that the the insurance is the bitcoin that you put up they can just sell it and liquidate. They need to get them back or your insurance is that you can just repay the loan and get your bitcoin back at hopefully a higher rate so if you believe that bitcoin or other currencies are going to go up in value and you're willing to risk putting in someone else's hands then you win on this loan as long as you pay it back right like you get this loan you pay it back and then the bitcoins that you loan. Let's say let's say. Bitcoin fifty thousand or. Let's imagine using the money that you borrow to buy more bitcoin. You could do that. So let's say the bitcoin's fifty thousand you put in a bunch of bitcoin into the system you get a fraction of that back in dollar loans. You got fifty. Let's say you got a twenty thousand dollar loan out of that right sure. So then the bitcoin price goes up to one hundred thousand in the time that you have this loan out you pay back twenty five thousand dollars your whole bitcoin that you gave in and it's now worth a hundred thousand dollars or whatever so that's one possibility for this this loaning system but then again if the bitcoin price goes down liquidates automatically and then you don't get it back. Just keep an eye on it if you want your bitcoin and you know repay the loan before that happens. Risk involved there is but it sounds like it's as close to win win for everyone involved any financial institution i've ever heard. That's why these guys are getting billions of dollars worth of crypto deposits and. 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"seven eight percent" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"They're they're doing they're they're trying to arbitrage something And you can see what they're doing And and how they're doing it I want to if you can qualify there or places were i do. A lot of private credit of were Buying bonds two percent i can get private creditors. Spang needs six seven. Eight percent There's there's a lot of that out there. there's there's an entire world of of what used to be a small and regional banks would take care of and the government the regulators have so clint down what they can do. They've now gone into the private market. And there is this rather large private market out there That it's it's it's it's a little bit of a mystery because it's not you just can't go punch the buttons a private credit and you get forty s fifty options Are actually disclosure to hundreds of options. But you have to. You have to find a manager that knows where to go and look the does their homework on that And so we put our times into private credit We find we and that's all of. Its kind of been what we call our core bucket. This is stuff that i'm expecting to be there and is going to go up and down in value of but it's it's not it's not gonna it's not gonna make me rich it just to make is going get me there. I don't want to. I don't want i don't want to lose a lot. And that's say roughly eighty ninety percent. And then you you. You have your explore bucket. Where you're you break it up into Targets are Technologies and other things that you think have the opportunity to do a great deal more. I'm for people with particular personality. Real estate secrete option I mean in some. Is you have to find things that fit your personality I don't particularly want to own a lot of real estate except maybe to another manager Been some and it's a fairly stable boring asset I'm in. I like more Inflation well that's easy for the last twenty thirty years of now we you know now we have to pay attention to. The powell is going to do Assault funny picture the other. Day soda powell. That looked like he was ninety. Eight years old of all wrinkled up in his pal getting ready to announce his first rate hike increase You know a twenty years from now I the there's a story with a bore your listeners. Too much about chairman burns when he was fed. Chair back in the seventies and Somebody brought him some dates. This is going to be inflation or and he looked at any says..
"seven eight percent" Discussed on The All New Suze Orman's Women and Money
"We have a home worth three hundred thousand with eighty thousand dollar remaining on mortgage at two point. Seven eight percent are monthly payments with taxes and insurance are about nine hundred fifty dollars in ten years or one of us passes we plan to downsize so they have to businesses. They currently run out of the home. The husband teaches music to about fifty students a week. And leslie publishes books together. We gross about sixty thousand. A year may growth. They gross about sixty thousand a year. So we have about five thousand dollars of credit card debt. We have about seventy five hundred in savings in about one hundred thousand in a traditional. Ira ninety four percent stocks. And then she has this part. I don't like susie. Leslie has a student loan debt with about fifty thousand. Do i have this right that they want to sell the home. They don't want to sell it yet. they just want to buy tonight. Yeah they want to buy a small property tonight. Hold on let me read it. She so denied. It's not even funny. They wanna buy this for one hundred twenty five thousand from family member and they wanna use this home this little home on property to expand their business them later when they're ready sell the big house denied and then move and downsize into this little i that one more time and then denied at our age. Is this an appropriate risk. To take denied. Denied their next question. Now leslie listen to me if you wanted to sell your home right now..
"seven eight percent" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast
"In minutes. I mean with with no fee right if you look at sent cash africa. That's incredible innovation on par with what jack muller's in stryker. Doing right so you're seeing people fight their way out and again cuba afghanistan nigeria three countries. That that all have a pretty pretty strong dependence on remittances. Nigeria is also four five percent it for much larger country. Obviously you're talking billions of dollars But some of these countries. Like i mean you think about there are smaller. Island countries Their countries throughout west. Africa south asia. Some of these countries are thirty. I mean know. Salvador's is twenty twenty five percent dependent on remittances. So you have a lot of the developing world where like a really large percentage of the gdp of basically the economic engine of the country runs on money being sent home and you look at the average admittance the average remittance has a fee of. You know something like six seven eight percent. That's being taken by middlemen. It takes a couple of days. It could get frozen That's that's in the past man that's in the rear view mirror hopefully for a lot of people because as you as you held a funeral for western union like these these these guys are just there the next blockbuster i mean they're going to go in the trash bin of history because we have a better technology. Now that's going to do so so much better for people it's going to help them save their time and energy more effectively and and it's going to really lift a lot of people up. I could not agree more obviously I've got my two brothers here with me Us any questions. Yeah i'll go first Alex thanks for doing this. Really appreciate you coming on fan of everything you guys are doing. I guess my question would be just around so the human rights foundation. Like how has what you guys are focusing on a daily basis changed over the last few years and Off of that. How can the bitcoin community help support. What you guys are doing an amplify your message. Yeah well i mean the world has kind of stagnated in terms of democratic progress in the last fifteen years Obviously you had this incredible historic Series of waves of democracy In the in the in the seventies and eighties and the nineties any not that long ago europe was was the dictatorships all over europe yet greece portugal spain. Then you obviously have the fall of the soviet union. You had open societies pop up all over eastern europe. You had a lot of elections yet a lot of good good. Good reforms like amazing progress for people all over the world and and then that kind of like slowed down and actually stopped kind of in the last fifteen years and what we've seen in our work is is large countries like thailand the philippines bangladesh turkey. Take really big steps backwards in terms of human rights. So the the the need for the work of groups like ours. I think is more important than ever You're seeing a lot of backsliding and you're also seeing governments figure out how to use technology to repress people. I think that most technology is is honestly unfortunately kind of authoritarian. If you think about things like big data analysis a this idea of central bank digital currencies this idea of social credit this idea of everything going digital and making it easier for the state to do things like that's not right for.
"seven eight percent" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"Pause live from london. This is the marketplace morning report from the bbc world service. I'm victoria craig. Good morning we start in china. Where fresh data today show prices at the factory gate rose nine percent last month. Outpacing economists expectations coupled with a slowdown last year's pace in both imports and exports. The figures are fueling concerns about the sustainability of the country's economic recovery from the pandemic as cove in nineteen infections reached the highest level since january. Economist neil shearing from capital economic. Says there are three strands to the challenges. China is now facing having relatively good crisis. China's economy is slowing a not says the backdrop for two other challenges. The first of those is growing on the ease bites government crackdowns assistant sex that the economy late last month in july. We had a crackdown on the private education. Sector that sunday equity markets into a tailspin dot was preceded by crackdown on the right hating fund. Didi a ni- we've got media reports of a crackdown on the tech sector. And then the final thing that's happening is we're seeing an in current ivars case numbers is the delta various spreads you mentioned the regulatory crackdown from china on. Its own technology companies. We've seen several new headlines this morning about a couple of companies choosing to list closer to home we have china telecom which has been delisted from the. Us it's eyeing a listing in shanghai the f. reporting today that bite dances looking to hong kong. So how much is this sort of growing concerns about the clampdown in china kind of an indication of structural challenges facing china's economy. I think it's inherently band up in the structure challenges facing china's economy thick great success story. The past centuries been china's rapid economic growth. But now we're getting to a stage where it's not just enough of the states to move people off agriculture at into industry. The market needs to do more work into his on occasion resource. But that's coming alongside the point where actually the government is starting to reassert its authority within the economy. So this tension between the political drive to a centralization and the economic need the markets do more work and playing lots of different parts of the economy but one manifestation is. What's happening in technology. So well this cause more pain in a more sustained way across the chinese economy for i guess the foreseeable future. Are they sense that. We're on the cusp of much-feared hard landing in china. I did that. China's economy grows at five six seven eight percents year. That's gone we're going to have to get used to china growing at three percents. Four percents those types of rates when you compile nuts over many many years with this idea that china is just going to take the us become the world's biggest economy that most people now anticipates Think is necessarily a certain as most people anticipated factor. Think it will happen. Neil sharing from capital economics. Thanks for your time this morning. thank you well. Despite concerns about the sustainability of china's economic recovery the shanghai composite index rose one percent today meanwhile global oil prices are down about four percent as investors fret about how new covert nineteen restrictions across asia could affect recovering demand for oil and gas efforts to contain wildfires have been continuing in several countries around the world. Ablaze in northern california has destroyed hundreds of buildings while the extent of damage of fires. On greece's second biggest island have forced dozens of villages to be evacuated while fairies are on standby to bring more people to safety from avia. The bbc's bethany bell has more on that wildfires fit and crackle on the hills in avia more villages in the north of the island have been evacuated holiday makers and locals hurrying to the port of eddie sauce to get ferries to take them to the mainland. Chris works on avia as a singer. He says the wildfire is spreading and the authorities aren't doing enough. The most people see that we don't have any help until yesterday and that could save everybody and it wasn't true that people don't know where to go. The big problem is that we feel that. They let us firefighters struggling to stop the fires but it's an uphill task because of the extreme heat and scorching winds. The government says its priority is to save. Lives nicklaus huddle yes is the deputy minister for civil protection. You mark stomach a urine. The battle against the wildfires across the country was being carried out throughout the night by the fire brigade the armed forces the police the hellenic coast guard and the fireman who came from several countries to assist in the huge effort to save lives and properties and to limit the damage to the environment. Here in the town of st of people have gathered at a cafe and then watching news reports about a burning village. Just a few minutes drive from here was a real sense of distress. Some people have houses in another village on the seashore. People wait nervously to board a ferry. There's no port here. The boat is docked in the shallow waters of what's usually a tourist beach. It's time to leave. The sky is an eerie orange color because of the thick smoke and ash which makes it harder to breathe. Isadora says it's frightening. It's like a scene of an apocalyptic movie definitely because there's no sky. The sun is read. It's quite scary. Greece's prime minister his called this a nightmarish summer. Everyone here in avia just hoping the fuzz will stop. That's the bbc's bethany bell reporting from avia there will as natural disasters continue across the world this morning the un has released. Its most comprehensive report into climate change taking knowledge. For more than fourteen thousand scientific studies the intergovernmental panel on climate change predicts more extreme heat rain and drought as greenhouse gases continued to cause temperatures to rise it estimates the planet's average surface temperature will hit thirty four point seven degrees above pre industrial levels around twenty thirty. That's a full decade earlier than forecast. The panel says the worst catastrophes can still be avoided and that the climate will stabilize. It's calling on governments to help by slashing emissions over the next decade in november the british government will host the un climate change conference known as cop. Twenty six in glasgow. Prime minister boris. Johnson said he hopes today's report serves as a wakeup call for the world to take action in london. I'm victoria craig with the marketplace morning report from the bbc world service. I am hollywood host marketplace tech a show that helps you understand the digital economy. How a more of the country get access to better internet. What new jobs will artificial intelligence create or destroy and what tools will help us. Survive are already changing climate. We tell the stories behind the technology in our lives and every weekday. Our podcast brings you insight. You won't hear on the radio checkout marketplace tech. Wherever you get your podcasts..
"seven eight percent" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Promote vaccination on all your social. I'll buy your wife a share of pfizer stock. It pays a four percent dividend. This way. she's getting a percentage of pfizer earnings. Deal i love mark. Cuban i frigging love. Mark cuban for doing something like this you know. I don't know what the deal is about coal beasley wife. Or if there's any issue going on there. So that aside. I just think cole beasley putting that out there for people. I'm not getting vaccinated unless they do this for me. Well guess what. They didn't do anything for me. Anything for my family. But i got it and i love mark cuban saying in fact i may just go by share pfizer tomorrow and take that three point seven. Eight percent dividend. Yeah i mean it. It is yeah. It's pretty. I think it's smart that he did it. You know i'm a big mark cuban guy. I don't always agree with what he said. But i am a fan of his because i feel like he is every i i get it. I'm not saying there aren't other great owners but feel like players that have played for him. Love him So there is that part of the equation. So busy responded yes. Would you like to hear what co to mark to market. atm mark. cuban that wasn't literal. I don't want your money. If we had a real conversation on the phone. I could tell you why the nfl's new rules that are in place could actually cause more games be cancelled and last year. Maybe you could help. Your reaches farther than mine is how he responded. Okay well good then. They should get on the phone and they should work something out and kohl's should do what's right for everybody. Yep we'll see real quick. Speaking of doing what's right we've been talking about the name image likeness stuff. There is a fantastic story that came out. Today so excel. Sports management has come out with a deal for a young man named mikey williams okay. Here's the first high school player to sign a name image likeness deal and this is coming off the heels where nick sabin was telling us earlier this week. That bryce young the alabama quarterback who's yet to play a game has a million dollar deal. At least that's what nixon which by the way. I don't blame nick for saying it. Because that's basically a commercial for come to alabama. Which by the way. We're usc on all this stuff or even ucla on this stuff like let's go nonetheless this mikey williams situation in high school now. He's only a junior. But here's the deal. Do you know anything about him kaplan. I've seen him play. You know he played in the southern part of san diego to school called sanusi dro- right as a freshman..
"seven eight percent" Discussed on Media Voices
"I think we will decide in few weeks time. Probably looking at how dependent going. And on the one hand i know people all craving that sickle contact and they just want to come together in a physical space and see his in an toll headed interaction. Again we've been missing so much on hand to hand like i have nine my of sending out that email someone was see the testing positive with cody. Everyone get tested everyone to quintin something or worse having someone actually getting ill and potentially affecting their lives so we only to be conscious. We can be part of a problem and it's not because we can't appreciate so i think we we wait until sort of always time to decide weber. We invite people into closed physical space Because there's a problem with conference venues in it. I mean the what another the other a few companies that hasn't as well because especially when it's an industry fan if you send your staff your then responsible if they get sick two percent and you know it's not for me is not only sort of the whole legal and logistical obligations coming with it but just just human the. I just couldn't bear if any of the attendees with the ones would get ill as a result of them being at this one event we are there for the community to help them decimated. It's it's it's it's it's really really toughened. I suppose we just see kind of how the infection rate and everything is going you know would require vaccination pass i. It's i we. We just wait to see how choline and how infections are on progressing. But the evan will sit take place. I'd high rate or online because the conversation and they did not be sharing just needs to keep on going. Yeah it'll talk full that you also coordinate it off the training courses for journalism dot could it uk. So i'm just curious. How do you decide which ones to offer an. I suppose if you've seen any change in what people are taking up over the last year so in here shout. That's to jasmine here is really the one who's doing the bulk of the work. I'm the kind of person who just looks at innocent yet. Okay so ninety. Seven eight percent of work is done by jasmine so it has to desmond regarding topics and you have the kind of evergreen core skills to our always.
"seven eight percent" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show
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"seven eight percent" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast
"It is the seller's price so are you able to bring them back around. I will not yet. I will so i started talking about this like three years ago but now here we are three years later. We've created a whole generation of buyers by the way that don't know what real interest rates are right. That's that's a problem as things start to correct. Inflation is coming right. This is going to happen. You know when. I was a kid you know. What interest rates were the first deal. I think with thirteen thirty nine percent and it was a good rate right right and is supposed to be a cycle rates. Go up rates go down. Prices go up. That hasn't happened in a long time. Don't say day whatever you do. Yeah well that was. When i was a kid back in my day we real estate. Tell you what there's a guy in my office one hundred properties in a year and it was back in the eighties. Okay he still has a license. Plate says sold one hundred but whatever point the point is he sold. He sold that those one hundred properties. When it went from eighteen to to that thirteen and a half people were coming out of the woodwork. interest rates are so low thirteen. And a half you know and it's like the buyers right and he's just like you said that they don't know how how great they really have it and then they really need to spike up to get that fear of loss to kick in and get him to go. Whoa old on. I guess we you know that. In combination with the appreciation of of the values of properties. We gotta take action or else. We're not gonna live anywhere near the city. Yup look as the rates creep up. The prices should level. Often start to come down but it's going to be a difficult period in in the transition where it's been so damn long people who bought homes and are now reselling. You know that seven year cycle rates are still obscenely low and when they get back to normal which you would think they have to right now what people are seeing six seven eight percent right and then people that don't want to sell because their interest rates are so low you know how are they gonna move up. Move up in a house. you know. More of a lateral move it. Unless it's the school district or something like that so the bottom line is going to act now got to go the bottom line got list last. Baby we gotta go by or talk. You guys got sellers. You could take care of business. You know what i'm saying. That's what we need more of. And as. And that's what i saw as i was getting more frustrated and writing offers and writing offers and writing offers representing just buyers right now. You're you're working harder than you've ever worked in your entire career..
"seven eight percent" Discussed on Something On My Mind | Personal Finance
"Always run the numbers every time if you have if you're making over and above the interest on your debt but you're making more in your interest in the market you're going to win out so for example of it's three and a half percent mortgage payment interest rate and we're getting seven percent interest on our money who make out in the long run but i understand people want to pay extra money to own a home but that is one advantage you can get. That's what we consider good debt if you're someone who believes in caring debt and managing their money especially i'm sorry to interrupt especially like it's weird with interest rates right now but in a more normal interest rate environment you can go put your money in super-safe investment that are going to cover the interest. So what stocks. Get dividends return to do that because bond don't pay more environment go get four percent on your fixed income and pay three and a half on your mortgage and you win exactly and that's a true safety of your fixed costs. You know income there because that's not volatile in that tied to the market not exposed but we take the chance on the market in the long run. So we've always said we haven't said this in a really long time so i've been dying to say this but compound it can uphill. I'm telling you saw our best friend and that that truly is how we operate our budget and our fixed costs in our house not paying over. Because you know we're in value stock portfolios averaging at least seven eight percent your more than that were beaten the s. and p. So do that over thirty years. That's one point one million dollars in your pocket stick in etf. So let's go to this so you could stick this in thirty years in an etf at seven percent s&p type of f. And you can typically get that seven percent so that's over time as in nineteen twenty six as maye ten percent on average so eleven right. So that's the whole market these these funds would emulate the snp. If they do you should be in pretty good shape. So with that being said yeah. You'd have about one point. Three million dollars if i said listen. I'm not going to do this. Eighteen sixty four deal and i decided to run of dollars..
"seven eight percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Start your day with bloomberg surveillance bond market. It's a really interesting soup tom. Keene jonathan thorough and lisa abramowicz base case. The worst case scenario pujols finance can't be fun. You guys which lloyd of bloomberg surveillance must watch. I think they made a great decision. Step renting a weekday mornings at seven eastern on bloomberg radio and bloomberg television hours a day at bloomberg dot com the bloomberg business and bloomberg. Quick tate this is bloomberg radio needs to stop fixing to do something and actually do something much. Pollution problem of wages are still quite since the pandemic. my argument is bed. It's changing policy regardless of what the fed does or does not do the. Us economy is gonna grow somewhere six seven eight percent this year. Twenty twenty two is going to be a year of deceleration. Be strong and it's gonna be growing slower. This is bloomberg surveillance with tom. Keene jonathan pero and lisa abramowicz. Good morning everyone. johnson pharaoh. lisa abramowicz. Tom keene simulcast bloomberg radio and bloomberg television jobs day after the humbling that we saw thirty days ago. Every economists mr mark helping out this morning. John lisa romaine bostick with this is well taylor rigs and we say good morning to all of you on jobs taylor. Would i see here in the real shift off of yesterday's..
"seven eight percent" Discussed on Mind Pump
"Then i brought up a study that talks about female orgasm some new speculation as to why women have orgasms at all been researching again pretty cool. Then we talked about the dunning kruger effect. This is something that a lot of us suffer from. Initially when we learn about a subject maureen. Unless you know then we got into the questions The first question revolves around. How do i know that. I'm gaining only muscle and not body fat good question. The next question how effective is strength training to improve bone density. The third question that we answer is how can i maintain tight core. When i'm doing bent over movements like a bent over barbell row in the final question that we answered. This person wants to know how to build confidence in the gym and not get intimidated by people lifting heavyweights great discussion there. Also all month long for the month of june running a huge promotion on some of our most popular programs especially for trainers and especially for people who want to alleviate pain get better movement get full range of motion and get more connected to their exercise so they feel it more than the target muscles maps prime maps prime pro and the prime bundle which is both of them already. Discounted all of those are discounted. Additionally fifty percents off the secured promotion. We almost never put those all fifty percent off. Go check them out. Go to maps fitness products dot com and use the code june prime with no space for that discount. All right. what's going on in trouble. What happened well. No i just this weekend we were hanging out and Katrina is sent stand behind me and she was like doing something with mattress dot and she's and i was scrolling through our thread. Mona don't yes end right away. She's like what was that. So okay that. Sal honey sends half-naked photostats since half naked photos to me so i can give them a body. Fat percentage guests underwear shorts. He's like we see without cloudy. Seven eight percent. Where my adam. What do they call that here. That v thing like you can't share that with group..
"seven eight percent" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"What is prosperity. Prosperity is not independence that's a byproduct prosperity is not health that's a byproduct prosperity is not Having great friends that's byproduct. So what is the definition prosperity. The definition of prosperity is if you can say as to this next question and this question is are you having the time of your life right now. Now some people say i'm listening to kevin and larry. Can you pick your different. Are you crazy where i met my at work or i'm driving to get groceries. Or and that's the whole deal. That's the woulda coulda ish once i as soon has. That's where most people live and don't even know it that somehow it's going to take place in another time. Those that are in like two seven eight percent who are who are really saying well. Of course larry. Everybody knows that. That's the key in leadership. Not everybody's aware of that so when i said i'm going to start my own business i had to take it to another point and say i have my own business. Because then my brain acts differently. Maya ten and now dials into different channel than it was on before which scarcity not prosperity and abundance and it's not gonna happen instantaneously because you're making a huge shift from an older version of self and this what they mean by showing up a newer version a. version. That's actually ready for what's to the moment has to offer instead of you have seen that before. Yeah no i see. I see that. Before is one step from Disengagement from cynicism you bet right you bet you bet and that whole disengaged element we know with the would study studies and everything else that we've done we recognize. It's it's just a it's criminal inside an organization that you're compensating people who would rather be someplace else. Yeah and here's the thing. And i'm confident we're on the same wavelength and that is that engagement isn't something we do to people..
"seven eight percent" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Percent and the twenty one percent tax on Us funds Hell overseas these are gigantic tax types. And i just summarize it it. Means less investment less capital formation it means less innovation and invention and research and development. It means fewer wages and lower family income it will knock at least one percentage point off of gdp over the longer term. This is not good. And i will another point here. This economy is in good shape because right now before new legislation tax rates are low and the regulatory burdens are low and we still have energy independence and the main these are trump's principles and we are in a boom. This economy could grow this year by ten percent. And that's here is to grow by in a way above average six seven eight percent but if these policies go through it's going to throw a wet blanket over the boom and i will say again if it ain't broke don't fix it then are going well. Don't use your ideology from the left to smother this boom for heaven sakes use common sense. Why would you start taxing the daylights out of an economy which is roaring at. I don't get especially when you're going to be the primary beneficiary of it. The president in other words if he leaves it the way it is from what you're saying they will be more jobs. There will be more investment. They will be less poverty and therefore this goes on his ledger as an accomplishment. Well that's correct. That is correct. It could take credit for it like any president does look is taking credit for the vaccines. Even though it was trump's operation warp speed. But you know what time passes. All i want is for america to heal and be a healthy insecure. He can take credit for the boom. Okay i don't care. I'm mostly interested in america's wellbeing. I want the blue collar. Middle class to flourish like it did the pandemic. So yes you have. A point governor and Again if it ain't broke don't fix it. This is ideology. This is progressive wing ideology tax the rich redistributed income build up.
"seven eight percent" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
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"seven eight percent" Discussed on Reduce Debt Increase Wealth
"Who had thought set it and forget it mindsets or more likely to come out ahead of those who get into the fear caused by market fluctuation think of this the market is up and down up and down is like just take your finger and go up five inches. Come down five inches. Dan good down another ten inches and go back up ten inches. Then up another ten up down up down highs lows highs lows but over time if you would plot that out on the graph it would be a steady rise over twenty years and that steady rise would be around seven eight percent a year. Now there's going to be some years where you don't have any increase of six or seven eight percent there's gonna be some years worth going to be twenty percent and but over time if you average out out is gonna be somewhere around. Eight percent movement of the markets and vesting early gives you an advantage. Compound is another reason to leave you. Investments alone compounding interest occurs when you start earning money on the money your investments have already earned it says essentially a snowball effect to what they're saying is you bought an investment it paid dividends or interest you put that of dividend interest back into that investments. A year later a pays you dividend enters again. So you're getting interest or dividends on the interest or dividends state. You already earned. So that's why they call it the snowball effect the earlier in life. You start doing as the more. Your earnings are gone to increase the more. Your portfolio as gone increase a for full. Ao is the makeup of all your investments of what you have so the sooner the better as you approach retirement however should take fewer risks because it could jeopardize your at nest eggs so this is the age factor when you're young you in things. That are more risky as you age. You're are starting to shift your investments to a more moderate than a more conservative..
Google's Dave Burke Talks Android 11
"Hello welcome to all about android episode, four, hundred, eighty, two, it on Tuesday July. Twenty, first twenty twenty, where your weekly source latest news hardware and APPS for the faithful I'm now. And Ron Richards. And Florence Ion. Hello, hello, three of you joined. With a fourth, actually, we have a fourth person. The Brady box squares joining us today. Return guests to the show. We've now had you on enough time, so we can say you're definitely friend of the show Dave Berg who was the VP of engineering for Google for android. APP. How you doing Dave? Thank you. L. Community back I'm, excited to be here. Absolutely we're always excited to get you on, and we feel like we've kind of like struck gold when we can have needle that works on the ANDROID team on the show, especially this close to the launch of the next big version of android. Of course, android eleven were deep in the in the waters of the Beta right now. I've been running it on my Pixel xl. Flow riding. I'm I have not installed it online, but I'm living vicariously through flow and. Flow and Jason Dave. What is the most exciting point new role out is when the Beta on for the first time you get those first early reviews, or when it's finally rolled out as the final release. The final release all already anticlimax, everything's working, and so we're not too worried about a Beta, the first. Not The first of all reviewed with the first data is the one that I most nervous, because that's when all of the things that meeting working on SORTA. Come together, the narrative comes together and subways loader at that point to make sure we actually added something that makes sense. PASA. Just good, but we all. Right for sure I mean when you're doing a public Beta. You're doing that I beta. It's really kind of a symbol from Google to say hey, we feel confident enough in this. That is not going to totally wreck your phone. You know through some weird random occurrence that happens. It's going to be pretty safe. It's going to be relatively stable. Nothing's perfect of course, but it would be. It would be kind of difficult to release that and realize Oh. Wait a minute. We actually did miss that thing and it's. It's turning your device too much, so let's reverse that so I. Imagine there's lot of nervousness around. Yeah exactly do we always going to be tested? We call it. A lot of Kugler will use the bills early on, but it's never the same as going broadly in others can wifi access points me out and seeing devices. We haven't seen the Turks are absent installed himself getting up. Water Reaches Sube reporting for US getting the feedback from the community is just as critical to to make it all work together. For sure and you've had a little bit of uncertainty obviously everybody has had some uncertainty with this work from home. A little bit might be the wrong choice of words there, but it's kind of played. A had an effect on the schedule a little bit as well. How has that like? How has that been? You had an idea for the roadmap through. Developer previews and into Beta and then he kind of had extended a little bit. Why why the extension and how? How was it navigating through that? Yeah question I think. The biggest challenge isn't the length of time working from worse at the transition from work in the office, working from home, and so you know I think as we all know. It was quite a quite are quite. Our world turned upside down routines. Mess up and it'll be. We're getting up at home to work from home as RB. A lot of work to do on our tooling so that you could use for example, high-powered desktops are on your desk in the office. devices debugging at home, and like making sure plumbing rolls out works remote add and things like that and so. There was kind of a point or lost productivity really over few weeks to get back up, we actually tracking our internal. Sales so changeless Alec the flow of changes are going through. The team probably dropped him at seven eight percent I would say in the work from home shifts. And so that you know that kind of added up And, so we decided schedule back a couple of weeks. I'm actually rivalry keeps going like I I mean I think actually I mean. Everybody TAP to this this. We're all working your own but it was nice. Especially see my team to make out. Adopt adoption and keep things moving along.
US health officials believe 20M Americans have had virus
"U. S. officials believe millions of Americans have the corona virus and never knew it the officials say as many as twenty million people have contracted the virus nearly ten times the number of confirmed cases somewhere between five six seven eight percent of the American public the estimates based on the CDC studies of blood samples collected nationwide with director Robert Redfield saying many people may not have known that they were infected about a dozen states are now seeing worrisome rice's in cases but trump administration officials like economic adviser Larry Kudlow say the news is not all bad some states are seeing drops and some jumps we just have to live with that the administration's looking to get its public health experts back before the public like in the pandemic's early days to ease fears Sager mag ani Washington
US health officials believe 20M Americans have had virus
"U. S. officials believe millions of Americans have the corona virus and never knew it the officials say as many as twenty million people have contracted the virus nearly ten times the number of confirmed cases somewhere between five six seven eight percent of the American public the estimates based on the CDC studies of blood samples collected nationwide with director Robert Redfield saying many people may not have known that they were infected about a dozen states are now seeing worrisome rice's in cases but trump administration officials like economic adviser Larry Kudlow say the news is not all bad some states are seeing drops and some jumps we just have to live with that the administration's looking to get its public health experts back before the public like in the pandemic's early days to ease fears Sager mag ani
US health officials believe 20M Americans have had virus
"U. S. officials believe millions of Americans have the corona virus and never knew it the officials say as many as twenty million people have contracted the virus nearly ten times the number of confirmed cases somewhere between five six seven eight percent of the American public the estimates based on the CDC studies of blood samples collected nationwide with director Robert Redfield saying many people may not have known that they were infected about a dozen states are now seeing worrisome rice's in cases but trump administration officials like economic adviser Larry Kudlow say the news is not all bad some states are seeing drops and some jumps we just have to live with that the administration's looking to get its public health experts back before the public like in the pandemic's early days to ease fears Sager mag ani Washington
Yesterdays Tezos, Ethereum & Binance Went Well
"What are you know another one day? So yeah they passion for quite some time telling you about staying out of the market and I have been but yesterday the tide did turn the markets as well and this young fellow wrought here admittedly not all that young go back in and I'm happy. Because bitcoin sitting up it sitting up three point nine three percent today. Seven thousand one hundred and seventeen still needs to break above the high of seven thousand. Three hundred and seven dollars and fifty cents. Should I say that the next time we get that love uptrend we gotTa Smash through that seventy six thirty seven region? Nothing really committed tried to Bitcoin as it stands right now. There are some good trends out the next good trend is a theorem. One Ninety four thirty five is acting as resistance. Then we'll see how he got busted three one seven five. Yesterday we sitting at wanted to Four six right now. That is a guy in a six point. Seven five percent that is a trend. I do like the daily is still there. I allies and high is gaping simple. Guys keep it simple. That's what it is and that's what's happening exile paid look at underperformed yet. A guy that consolidation is just hideous. It just sucks staying. It's ugly is I point nights since it's only up two point five percent okay. I silently up. Because it's a it's the most underperforming of all of the top ten at the moment. Alexa wake up. Bitcoin cash three thirty to five five. Five point seven eight percent representing a pretty good move. The AD still a pretty ugly jot their bitcoin cash that can change will. When will that China will? It'll change if we can break the hive to forty eight spot. I five Bitcoin as they preside As well but it's off went one five percent at one ninety two spot full one can't compliant AFA FAA percent gyn. Lot going petula up two point nine three percent only just performing exile pay some of the Jays of the bucket except hand like Quinn still on performing the rest of the Maga theorem being the strongest of the lot. Today Lot coins. Forty one dollars. Ninety one sense of the moment as I said it's up two point nine percent. Aol saw would resist the title. Seventy dollars sixty one right now. Three point seven two percent crab walking along into that resistance. We might actually get a bitcoin breakout Dr Dino what that strategy is what you do not want to get by. Nance fifteen dollars and sixty seven cents up three point seven six sir. Lots of squeezing on that one. Yeah it's a molested. I Walk Daily Trend. Still over there are high alerts and high highs although not a massive movement bonnets today it has moved and has moved. Har- Katana approaching resistant. Saran at three point seven percent. Mark Keeping Pretty close on that as a matter of fact. I'd love to see it just a little tap tap tap aroo on that level because I'll tell you what that could be a Break fully old kitty Looking quite good there on the petrol contract. You haven't got your F- Checks Account Gauze and you WANNA get access to the education and whatnot Laura We do have access to give you that Just jump on to the Youtube page and you'll find all onto a classic was sitting on Budweiser so I don three point. Six six cents up fought At their classic Dole's spot thirty eight up three point. Four took pretty hideous job on the daily trump's sign. Pretty ugly it's up three point nine percents. Nothing to be sniffed that but it's only at one point two nine cents and the daily Chart Is. He
The Different Agency Models You Can Choose From | Ep.
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm meal and today we are going to talk about the different agency models that you can choose from. Neil what is model number one the first model that you can choose from low end and you say hey we're gonNA take on. Small businesses charged very little money. And we're GONNA do. Seo In marketing for local mom and POPs or yellow page type of companies and we may charter McHugh hundred two thousand dollars a month. That business model you can get customers quicker easier faster but your turn is also higher harder to upscale customers as well yup another model that you can choose is far more. Riskier we call it an affiliate model or you can call a pay for performance model depending on what type of clients operate with but this type of model is basically what say. I go to one of Neal's companies. Let's say I go to Uber. Suggest and I say Neil. I'm going to help you drive leads. Neil might say okay. I'll pay you fifty dollars per lead right but the difference is I have to front the cash myself so this agency model. If I'm the agency I have to put up the cash. I I have to perform for Neil and then after Nielsen's good performance. He's going to pay me now. The good thing about this is that this type of model can scale exponentially. The negative is really being held accountable to results. And you can literally lose your shirt doing this. And it's very risky too. Because you have to have the float to keep the business going and then you know the other thing is if the client decides. Hey I don't WanNa work with you anymore. You obviously have to have good terms contracts. But because you're reliant on them giving you the cash you better have some type of backup Sarah because otherwise you can lose. Big sources of cash flows another model. Is You just do project basis? It's hard to get consistent income. It is easier to close deals. You JUST DO PROJECT. Basis hourly basis a lot of agencies run with this model. I hate it. Eric goes against this one as well. We both liked the consistent income but that is another model. It makes it easier one off stuff like site. Audits Web Design Shops. Do a lot of one off stuff like designing. Abc doing the. Ui Doubt Model works quite well from you. Just gotTa Keep Doing Marketing. Keep getting more users as well customers. Yeah I do want to go back to what Neil talking about earlier like when you charged a smaller budget mom-and-pop shops this is a tier above that word instead of charging you know five hundred thousand. Us dollars per month you might be charged a little more. Let's fifteen hundred twenty five hundred dollars a month. There's actually a lot of agencies that do that and they grow the revenues to a pretty good size now. You can definitely do that but the problem there is. You're still going to get a big volume of clients were. They aren't necessarily the ones that are the best fit clients for you meaning that they are more high maintenance they are going to be complaining more. Almost call it the well. It sounds bad but it's like the sweatshop model it's like an agency mill where they will sign a bunch of clients and the churn is very high clients will leave but it's a revolving door but because they're signing so many of them the business continues to grow the problem with that. If you continue to sign more clients you have to add more people there right so that's not necessarily a model that I liked the most and then I'll pass it off to to kneel now to talk about Amano where you can charge a lot more and then enter these enterprise type of deals Neil in the other model is going after big enterprise companies. Typically you get from our appease our Pisa requests for proposals. You get them from big conferences or the foresters of the role which is a research company the process to get those is very long time consuming. It's expensive but once you get a client. The chances are the stick with you for four plus years. The margins aren't bad. You can typically operate around fifteen twenty percent ten percent on the low end twenty percent on the high end. If you're terrible you operate around five percent of the people who I know who have the Type of business. The operating usually somewhere around like seven eight percent. All the way up to fifteen percent is the standard again. You can try to aim for twenty percent on the high end
Dow closes above 29,000 after China and U.S. sign trade truce
"Three PM on Wall Street we have higher equities with the Dow and the S. and P. right now at a record levels this after the U. S. and China signed that phase one trade deal it commits China to do more to crack down on theft of American technology and corporate secrets and it also outlines about two hundred billion dollars in spending by China as a way to try to narrow that trade imbalance with the US now in the energy space alone fifty two point four billion dollars in additional U. S. energy products include on that list LNG and even cold ball which is used to produce lithium ion batteries right now the Dow is up about a half of one percent a record twenty nine thousand sixty five S. and P. better by two tenths of one percent also at a record nasdaq composite up about two tenths of one percent but we are shy of a record high now back to that trade store president trump said that he's going to leave terror of song Chinese goods worth about three hundred sixty billion in place in order to have some negotiating leverage for face to deal president went on to say that all terrorists will come off when that face to deal is completed and he's not anticipating three of phase three deal in the bond market right now U. S. ten year treasury down a little bit in you'll terms by more than two basis points where one point seven eight percent we heard from the fed today vis a vis the beige book the American economy kept growing at a modest clip in the latter part of twenty nineteen the fed said that a deterioration in manufacturing employment really belied the overall tight job market across the U. S. terms of some of the equity price section that we're seeing bank of America shares down about two percent earnings here were disappointing net income at the consumer division was down nearly ten percent hurt by falling interest income and Goldman Sachs had of twenty four percent drop in quarterly profit however on a conference call with analysts Goldman seem to offer a little bit of a reassurance on controlling cost Goldman shares right now better by about a half of one percent and target shares right now weaker by more than well nearly seven percent after the company cut its quarterly sales outlook after a dismal holiday shopping season that is your Bloomberg business
"This is this fast money. I'm Melissa Leo Traders on the Desk Tim Seymour Karen Feinerman Johnathan and guide Dommie just breaking a little while ago Oracle. CEO Mark Her taking a leave of absence due to health related reasons since the stock selling off after hours. Conference call expected within the hour. We'll keep you updated as the story develops then if you didn't know SAS. SAS stands for software off whereas service but it could soon stan for software as a source of pain down nineteen percents these scales Hong Kong stock exchange launches an aggressive thirty seven billion dollars bid for it wait for a London stock exchange. We'll get perspective from one of their biggest rivals. CME group chairman and CEO Terry Duffy joins US exclusively here here on set but I it's still on and we are talking about the great rotation so many here on this desk. I've been skeptical of maybe even Poo pooing at times the sector showing continuing strength the Russell banks retail just to name a few so what is going to make you a believer guy. It's a fascinating question. Market has an uncanny way not that I need help by the way of making me look extraordinarily silly and here we are as as we just heard within a percent suddenly all time high the S. and P. Five hundred and everything looks fantastic. When do I become a believer I. I don't know the answer that question but I'll say is the headwinds that exist in a couple of weeks ago looked really haven't gone away all that much. Yes rates have backed up a little bit. Probably a healthy move yes to go. Market is an exploding to the upside. Maybe maybe some of the concerns with the China deal situation of Hong Kong have abated but they haven't gone away. There's still there. The markets is looking pass them so I don't know how to answer that question because it concerns since I have. I don't think it get resolved in one day. Well I know how to answer the question like when the rest of believers simple when the rest of Maga- makes the new high and apple is on its way to doing that. It's about ten bucks from the all time highs last September. I'd love to see Google Amazon participate again. Those are three and a half trillion dollars. Dollars of mega cap the largest in the market the other one. You know you mentioned the Russell. I'd like to see the Russell breakout above the seven month range and really kind of get people thinking about okay well. Maybe small caps have digested a lot of the bad news in the ready to go a little bit so those are two areas. I want to focus on. I'm not so interested in seeing Alcoa rally twenty percent off. Its you know that doesn't really convey about too much yet. Karen you know I I love to buy when things are trading down into gers. I'm kind of more more inclined to sell. Some things are trading up and injures less. I talked about taking a little money off table selling by Selig's. JP Morgan calls I I why do on something like a united rental that has obviously participated to the downside heart and back to the upside hard. I still think it's attractive here name like Fedex that Tim and I talked about a lot. That's unknown news. Whatsoever is gone for line one forty nine to whatever one seventy one. I liked it higher than one seventy one so even though that one's up a lot. I'll hang onto things like that the vix today coming in a lot. I want to own volatility here because I think we are one tweet away from going back to those markets you you seem so fresh in my mind they could be any second week could be the Mcginn Tim even sort of on board the rotation since it. You pointed it out to sort of I don't WanNa say a believer Uber but you acknowledge. Its its presence here. Why don't you try to die down your gender. Your Rangers Rangers compatriot here well. He's missed. I've moved from three twenty five down to one forty five on the ten year in effectively six months. Maybe seven months was was was way way too. Excessive relative to the fundamentals in the US economy maybe not to the global economy and I continue to think that some of this rated namic was a function of buns pulling us down in a relative value trait. I think some small and this is not full. Reconciliation and Hong Kong has been important to set the tone tone for at least we're regionally. There's a little more stability going into October talks. Which I think are very important. Unfortunately I'm not sure what we're going to get out of that but then we had reaffirmation of the US S. consumer off a couple of data points and that's the ice and the services I assume which is really the backbone of our country not a manufacturing reading and so while we know the PM is going down down around the world. I think that's been part of the story. The most important from a market perspective is I think we've had these rotations many times in many cycles throughout the last last two years so it's easy to pooh-poohed at the market almost nothing but I actually think you know if if you look at where retail is retail underperform the S. and P. almost twenty percent for a year until suddenly it it makes a lot of that back up recently if you look at what's going on and transports and banks but the thing about it is that the valuations to me do make some sense and we sat around here and we talked talked about food stocks. We talked about restaurant stocks. We talked about things that really were tough to explain and I think the markets rationalization is that those things can only go so high and recession question is off the table for the next six months. That's where the central bank at your back. That's been the justification and it didn't happen three days ago. This happened three weeks ago. When when the rest of the world started rallying relative to our market. Thanks for educating us but do you think that was particularly bullish. When you're the president of the United States vote head Fed should go to lower grades two zero arowar negatively lower because to me that doesn't elicit a whole heck of a lot of confidence in this economy. Is Picking up because you saw good services number less so you're talking about psychology. Do you want one. I'm in an AP economics class again. I think we've got a case where the macro data doesn't add up to a market that should be falling off a cliff with soot and you just mentioned that the last two years the market hasn't done much because you said that you've acknowledged the fact that we've seen lots of rotation so you know the thing is here. We are three thousand the S&P eighty five hundred and we'll make a new high. Do you think we're going straight up. Do you think we're GONNA go to thirty thirty and then go straight up. Five seven eight percent not particularly weekly likely if you look at over the last two years when we made new incremental high. We've gone down a lot. I mean I don't think I don't think most of our audiences is making a call on the market out so and so I think people are investing in stocks. They are themselves rotating in and out the fact that the semi's which I think are again been an easy target of volatility and the volatility in that space has been enormous but semi's are to make another fresh high and semi's are still up almost now they make that fresh high. They'll be nine percent from June of two thousand eighteen when everyone everyone said that's it that's it. I'll take ten percent and I'll take ten percent of the time. We don't really ten percent to thirty percent drawdowns. I mean does that. Make aren't trading those drawdown. I look I understand those people another individual again. I understand statistics and I understand standard deviations and we are split up to tell me that that people should not have been investing in things that overall business you. Are you saying that because they went up a lot and they went down a lot. They were on investable during this period and I think most people aren't trading like that. What's the flip side to not believing in this rotation. What's it's the flipside to necessarily know if you don't believe that this rotation is for real. What did the market do the have. I've been training opportunities listen. I'm the first to tell you I mean I thought the market's going down for quite some time I don't hide from it but within the context of that we brought up some pretty good training opportunities we as a matter Arafat couple of weeks ago. We power pitched bank at a time when nobody likes you did if you recall that was pretty much universally th you know pooh-poohed you use that word but not me by the viewing audience and that's gone from six to one and a half. I think closes sixty nine today so within the context of being a non believer there are trading opportunities again by only the point is everything that got us down to where we were a month and a half two months ago have not gone away. It's gotten a little bit clearer but they haven't gone away and I think in a fifteen fixed accounts point. It's just too it doesn't make sense with the backdrop that that's out there right now all right well. Our next guest says the value rotation can continue and new highs are coming with it. Let's bringing Margaret Kalonovik global head of quantitative and derivatives strategy at J.P Morgan market's always great to see you so you have a bunch of skeptics on the dust in terms of this rotation so so what has to answer guys original question what has changed to make you believe that this value rotation is here. We'll first positioning is extremely low so if you look at the sort of hedge from equity exposure it's about zero percentile so close to all time lows match in two thousand eight. If you look at the individual investors a I will be our sentiment is basically similar to two two thousand eight so a lot of these early price in the market right like and positioning is very low then generally. There's upside. That's pure mechanics. This is not even a economics one to one so so so so that's that's something that we can sort of hold onto low positioning and then you had some positive things within mentioned already. You know so you have a services in us. You had a little bit on Brexit a little bit on a little bit on Hong Kong Essay are and then you had this October negotiations so if we we have like two to three weeks before October where we still have a buyback full force when the Biggs declined from twenty two to fourteen fifteen so all the sort of systematic folks who actually really ever and you have discretion investor who's basically zeroed invested in the market so that's what we think you can continue now why valutation can continue so people adds to market the first thing they will close the short while net positioning get zero percent but the gross positioning gross exposure according to JP Morgan prime is ninety nine percent out so you have like a massive longshore trade where people are super long low vault of quality momentum and growth and they're super short value so if they want to increase the increase the net exporter. I don't think they're going to triple quadruple on software and stuff like that. They'll close some of the energy oil than gas some of the some of the banks and other value stuff so we think that this can continue okay so it can continue in our view until October in October. Basically you have negotiations anything. Anything can happen right so if the negotiations blow up we go back. Even negotiations actually produce some results. I think this loss for a full year like in two thousand sixteen and Seventeen when when it lost more than eighteen months so that's very strategic trade so strategic is until October right and in October. I think we need to reassess. If there is actually progress towards its radio this can can be new two thousand seventeen eighty two thousand two thousand sixteen age seventy two kinloss another eighteen months if the if we have more of the same back you know back and forth tweeting and stuff like that then we go back to software guy thinks will when when you say we go back if there are stumbling blocks oxen trade does that mean that we re-test the ten year yield lows like legal retail would have on
Rep. Maxine Waters asks Facebook to pause work on cryptocurrency Libra
"House Financial Services, tear woman, Maxine Waters, calling for a moratorium on libra until congress has a chance to weigh in. She said that Facebook executives should come before her committee to testify about these issues. She said that Facebook with this announcement is continuing its unchecked expansion and extending its reach into the lives of its users. She called it a wakeup call to get serious about privacy and national security concerns, now, the ranking Republican on the committee, Patrick McHenry has also expressed some reservations about the new crypto currency. We're also hearing, some skepticism from Senate Democrats as well. So clearly Facebook is going to have to answer to congress as well as it develops this new digital currency back to you. All right. Thank you so much. Lon Moi guy, what? So, so that's by, so it's interesting to talk about trust Facebook's push back, and I'm not obviously, on the Facebook board, nor do I care to be put their push back Behei. We're showing you how people trust us in the most. The most powerful way possible with their checkbooks affectively, if they trust us with information that we can have currency go back and forth, what better way to exhibit trust. So this works to their favor. I think so in a lot of ways, I think Facebook is trying to preempt exactly what they're trying to go after. The Senator Sherrod Brown. The top democrat in the house committee said in a statement, he said baseball's already too big into powerful. It has used that power to export users data without protecting their privacy wick, we cannot allow Facebook to run a new crypto currency out of a Swiss Bank account without oversight. Well, so this, this is a new tangent for Facebook is obviously, a very exciting business. But, but it gets you into a place where if we're already into a form of call this economic exchange amongst individuals that already shrouded in mystery for most regulators, the practitioners who don't believe it's mysterious at all for regulators. This would be another thirty dollar move and Facebook stock off of one. Sixty is all. About a recovery from libra. Yes. And the market overall. But from from headlines on regulatory onslaught. So that stuff is not left Facebook. And I think this is a reminder of such. All right. Well, our next guest says libra could be a watershed moment for Facebook and the crypto spice space, Mark Mahaney's, internet, arby's, capital market here in house. I mean this is a rare. A long time. It's good to be back outside, but he knows that. Look, went at all, by the way, so we're just talking about this. Pop Facebook stock, and, and some would say, oh, you know, it's libra, what do what do you think? I think that's definitely part of it. I mean the stocks up seven eight percent in the last three days, what other news is there. So the speculation started building up on Friday. We wrote a note on at that morning. Another one today, look this overstated this may be the way mo- moment for Facebook. In other words when I talked with really long-term-oriented investors on Facebook. They liked the business the core advertising business, but they want to know what the option value is what else can this company do besides advertising? They may have just answered the question, there's a lot of ands, or buts, and where the execute well in this or not. But I think the model to look for here is a we chat, and what we had is done in China, and they generate about ten billion a year and relatively high profit revenue its share of commerce. Assira transactions Facebook has these two great assets that people in the US under appreciate this thing called WhatsApp. That's over a billion people. You leave the US. This is very widely used and immaterial. Monetize.
Asia stocks calm as China slows
"What's happening in financial markets as the Asian trading day gets rolling. Let's get it over to Bloomberg's Doug krizner. You were talking earlier about one of the components. I guess a foundational component for this optimism being optimism on U S China trade, given the fact that is Bloomberg news reported last week. The Chinese were making some kind of offer on a path to eliminate the trade deficit with the US. But now we're hearing that the US and China have made very little in the way of progress when it comes to the issue of IT, we are told Chinese officials have denied IP theft, and they have asked the US for proof. So in turn the US T R, the office of the trade Representative of told US lawmakers of the lack of progress on the issue of IP. This may have been one of the factors helping to take equities from session. Highs here in the early asiapac session. We also have negative South Korea neck port export data for the first twenty days of the month of decline of nine and a half. Half percent. If you look at semiconductors by themselves. Semiconductor exports in the first twenty days were down twenty eight point eight percent. The Korean one right now against the dollar weaker by four tenths of one percent. Let's look at the equity picture very quickly in Seoul, the kospi down two tenths of one percent, Sydney. Asx two hundred is better by two tenths of one percent. In tokyo. The Nikkei still holding onto a gain of about four tenths of one percent. We had been higher by about one percent earlier. But the yen has strengthened now against the dollar to one oh nine fifty five in that has helped to take some of the wind out of the sales of the Nikkei in Hong Kong hang sang up three tenths of one percents. Shanghai composite. Meantime, better by about three tenths of one percent. Now, we have a holiday in the states markets will be closed in observance of the Martin Luther King junior day. So as a result, no trading in US treasuries in the Tokyo session. The ten year was last quoted at a yield of two point seven eight percent. I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. Interactive brokers studio in. New York, Paul. All right. Thanks very much. Doug. Well, the second Trump Kim summit is expected to be held in Vietnam. Baxter's. Global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed, exactly right, Paul. That's the word today from the Trump administration. Anyway, vice President Mike Pence on FOX saying the US goal to begin to make real the denuclearization. That can Jong on committed to the first word is location Hanoi. But that hasn't been firmed up. We're told denying hokey men city also appear to be in the running. He you nations are split and disagreeing over how long they think the UK could delay Brexit how some of them pushing for up to a year. Others want pressure applied to accept a deal as soon as possible it's up to the UK to ask for a delay. Something Prime Minister, Theresa may has adamantly said she will not do you k- trade secretary Liam Fox in the BBC says the message to the EU is that there is a real possibility of Brexit without a deal there watching my message stem is I hope you've understood from this program that new deal is a real possibility at least put the African. And may is preparing to set out where Brexit goes next in parliament tomorrow MP's are already preparing to take control of the process. She's had a call with her cabinet today. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's heads for talks in Moscow this week. The hope is resolution of the seventy year old dispute over Pacific islands, but Russian rhetoric has turned strident as foreign minister Sergey Lavrov says Russia will not surrender any territory and is publicly offering a pointed reminder of Japan's World War to defeat. Japan's hope would be that this is just pre negotiation rhetoric. US house leadership is how the Trump announcement over the weekend of a compromise which would give some dreamers, DACA. Three years to stay in the US. They say, it's an odd started. But Republican James Langford says it is a very good approaching the presents put a reasonable compromise on the table. Everyone knew we're going to go through this process. We're gonna end up compromising on multiple different areas to be able to resolve it. But the core elements are there that we all strongly believe about. But democratic Senator Mark Warner says this announcement by the president could be a starting point. But the government has to be opened. I what we cannot do. And I've actually had Republicans as well recognizes is that we cannot reward the kind of behavior of hostage-taking because if the president can arbitrarily shut down now he will do it time and again warned her on NBC and the House Democratic whip James Clyburn on FOX says he has a path forward temporary protective status for all people sick in the come to this country and the Trump Tower Russia talks didn't end until November election year. That's a far later than has ever been admitted by the Trump administration personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and CNN saying yes, November. But I'm not I'm not at all concerned about that. He gave a full and complete answer to it. I can't share the whole thing with you. But I can't share the conclusion, which is he had conversations with Michael Cohen. But it was Michael Collins driving the project says he never ordered him to lie to congress in San Francisco. I'm Ed backs. Stir? This is Bloomberg Bryan, sir. All right. Ed, let's move on to sport Donna pages with
Stock rout deepens, Dow plunges nearly 400 points
"US stock index futures are signaling the global route led by technology. Shares will deepen after stocks fell from London to Shanghai, adding pessimism to markets already anxious over trade. Treasuries are advancing with gold and the dollar edging higher. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg s and p futures are down forty three points. Dow futures down three hundred seventy five or one and a half percent. Nasdaq futures are down one hundred sixty four points or two and a half percent. Dax in Germany's down one point eight percent. Ten year treasury at five thirty seconds yield three point four percent. The yield on the two year two point seven eight percents. Nymex crude oil down two point one percent or a dollar twenty to fifty six dollars a barrel. Comex gold little changed seventy cents to twenty six an ounce the euro dollar fourteen. Oh, sixty yen won twelve point four four still watching apple down more than three and a half percent. It's headed for. Bear market will every member of the cohort was down at least one and
Major Facebook Revenue Drop Has Long-Term Investors on Alert
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While controversies rage, Trump says EPA chief Scott Pruitt still has his support
"S and p five hundred is down one point one percent down thirty dow's down one and a half percent down three hundred sixty two well off earlier lows the nasdaq is down one percent down sixty eight ten years up eleven thirty seconds the yield two point seven eight percents west texas intermediate's down one point nine percent at sixty two thirty five a barrel while comex gold's up a half a percent at thirteen thirty four seventy an ounce the ends at seven seventy nine the euro dollar twenty two seventy four and the british pound is a dollar forty eight that's a bloomberg business flash now more politics policy power and law thank you greg amid a cascade of ethics questions about epa administrator scott pruitt president trump says he still has confidence in pruitt departing from west virginia yesterday trump denied reports that he was considering replacing the former oklahoma attorney general scott has done a fantastic job i think he's a fantastic person joining us is jennifer deloitee a bloomberg news energy policy reporter jennifer tell us about the latest pruitt ethics scandal involving a lease on a dc condo and the new information you reported on.