20 Burst results for "Thirteen Fourteen Percent"

Netflix Stock Drops 7% After Flopping on Q1 Subscriber Goal

CNBC's Fast Money

01:44 min | 5 months ago

Netflix Stock Drops 7% After Flopping on Q1 Subscriber Goal

"Out. what happened to netflix today. On the back of disappointing earnings and stock dropping more than seven percent for its worst day since november. Netflix is one of the first major. Stay at home. High growth names report. We're going to hear from the other. Big tech titans in the coming days so netflix. Shoot off a major warning flare to investors that we are in some rocky earnings ahead. Dan what do you say. Well listen if you think. Back to january when the company net flicks in particular had blowout subscriber numbers. The stock gapped up. I think thirteen fourteen percent to a new all-time high. And what did it do over the next couple of weeks. You gave all of that back so here. We are now into this print and they disappointed the stock down seven and a half percent. Today doesn't seem really that horrible. If you think about this doc in particular has been rangebound for months and months and months. i'll just tell you this though. I see a lotta those stay at home. Names not acting particularly well so it may not be great for them and then the last thing about tech says that we've seen this move into mega cap names over the last few weeks we've seen apple amazon. Kinda mount sim moves. We've seen microsoft alphabet. Do pretty well. Also i think those are really dragging up the s. and p. five hundred and then of old tech we have a chart of oracle going back twenty years this thing went parabolic over the last few months and then jim cramer caught my eye today on twitter as he often to all of us. He said it's different this time and ibm ibm breakout. We have a chart going back to january twenty so to me. The movement of mega cap tack into old tech. Seems kind of defensive. And i think the price action of some of these work from home names of the stay at home names acting particularly poorly is probably not great for tech overall

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Disruptive trends that will transform the auto industry

Bloomberg Markets

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Disruptive trends that will transform the auto industry

"Us let's shift gears to the auto market we got Tesla I'm very much in the forefront yesterday at with an incredible surge in share price then today we're seeing an incredible plunge on the other side of Ford shares down more than ten percent one point now nine point nine percent declines General Motors kind of hanging in there with so little decline after being up earlier this comes on the heels of reports that show what the challenges for an industry under profound transformation joining us now David Welch Detroit bureau chief for Bloomberg news to David can we start with Ford because this is now being compared to a company with the lan must like problems without the eleven must but level of belief and faith from shareholders really is I mean if you if you will and were also was three years ago they couldn't get the hose out on time they had some quality issues with their SUV the model X. every planet you on most put out there would be six twelve months off schedule they were kind of refurbishing some of the assembled cars out in the yard it's not quite that bad it forward but they've got an explorer that they state they can't get out on time event all kinds of production issues there this shouldn't be happening at a company like for one of the advantages that the established automakers were supposed to have over Tess was that they they have vehicles new models out out of pure muscle memory it just happened there were occasional gap circadian room in and we still have been recalls but they didn't have stuff like this and and so this is one of Ford's problems sales of warranty costs ticket TTL fifty two on their profits in the quarter so these are all these are all very bad things it should just be general execution and things of that this just smoothly happen for a company like Ford so what is the thinking behind this focus on Ford but those production problems as blocking and tackling issues we thinks cause them here because again you're right a company like a Ford it's you know been doing this for so long should have this part down displaying incorrectly why this is happening CO active said told journalists that he had every confidence they can they can get their execution back somewhere in there they just took their eye off the ball on this thing and who accused the things to happen right we had a big recall a few years ago from Toyota with the GM ignition switch issue so the big companies are not immune to this sort of thing but this is kind of more even more basic just getting a new model particularly important one like the X. four out the door on time to dealers and customers post explain it other than the it's a big gap on their part so putting Tesla side because it's been a it's sort of round trip consider not round trip I mean it's it's off with a bunch today after yesterday's run away gains in the share price there is a question is this the best bet if somebody wants to wager on the future of autos as a tech item as also a E. sort of vehicle so to speak for the electrical battery which is going to be key in any kind of new economy is that the best bed or their other auto companies that are investing similarly with similar success in the electric battery industry of burning question and if you look at Tess of right now the market is saying that if the tech company attacks started to grow the company and if they've got the best technology when it comes to work for vehicles in the moment it's hard to argue the phased out the bad their cars have the longest range which means they can go the furthest on a single charge they also have a really good electric motor we we did a piece last year I would again insanely mineral tore down a model three and really ripped apart the battery the orchard motoring and he said they have is for the best electric drive system any compared to GM BMW know if these other companies I think we'll we'll catch up in terms of battery performance and and they'll get there the other thing that also has that was brand the pencil branded extremely powerful it's almost a cold and then may also have been doing other things that are tech related in their cars that set them apart they have over the air updates that can actually boost the speed of the vehicle with the model three they had heaters in the rear seats and didn't tell anybody and then one day they just turn them on with an over the air update and awaited customers by saying guess what Germany receipts space so we've been doing stuff like that that really does make the car smartphone and I think it would scare me if I'm running one of the big conventional car companies is that houses cars have become the iPhone of yeah or if your vehicles and until somebody else comes up with an android type of of rival to what Tess was doing I think they're going to rule the roost it's a great analogy that kind of brings it into focus here David wells Detroit bureau chief Bloomberg news on the phone from our Detroit bureau talking about that numbers coming out of Detroit today Ford again that down about nine and a half nine did have ten percent Tesla also down about thirteen fourteen percent give me a little bit of some of that surge we've seen over the past a six seven days in particular just amazing so again this is a transformative time for the auto industry is David was mentioning as the electric technology electric vehicle technology is developed and obviously is today was mentioning Tesla has that brand has that first mover advantage reminds me a little bit of Netflix what it did to the traditional media business having it first mover advantage having that brand the traditional companies here the traditional car companies need to figure out a way to prohibit their company to compete in this New World a

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Fear Factor for U.S. Consumer Is Rising, Fueling Recession Risk

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

05:53 min | 2 years ago

Fear Factor for U.S. Consumer Is Rising, Fueling Recession Risk

"It's been a tumultuous week the back and forth posturing on trade and tariffs signs of a recession U. S. consumer sentiment plumbed plummeted to a seven month low in August joining us is Carlos to cheer as commerce secretary under president George W. bush and chair of the Albright Stonebridge group thanks for being here Mister secretary a pleasure thank you for having me well it seems like another day another round of bad news and today the consumer sentiment numbers plunged on concerns about the health of the economy our fears of a recession well founded I think they are I mean on one hand you have you know the the longest recovery we've ever had so that right there suggests that were coming to an end but then we're not helping at all a lot of this is so self inflicted the trade wars having a devastating impact it hasn't caught up to the economy yet we saw one point of growth taken off the cute too second quarter results but we will see it and that means some prices are going up it means some companies are laying off workers there'd changing supply chains they're being hesitant about investing this is a very very sensitive time for the markets and frankly it's a bit surprising that that they're ready to move up quickly with any sign of good news end tell me about the effect specifically of president trump's see sawing on tariffs the lack of specificity not knowing from one day to the next whether they're on or off well that's the problem that the Chinese see and the the the Chinese sizes have become very reluctant to strike a deal because they know that that deal can be off in a couple of days or a couple of weeks so that that has become a concern you know we are on one hand we tried to to use tactics and to blow off and to you know make sure people didn't really know with which we we're going as a negotiating tactic well the result of all that has been harder confusion OB and a lack of willingness to enter into an agreement with the U. S. which is concerning the State Council tariff committee said that plans for new tariffs have taken U. S. and China off the track of resolving their dispute but did it ever seem to you that they were even close to a trade agreement you know I I really don't think so I I think from the very beginning the what we saw was escalation of and and specially since president trump Blake's leverage he likes to have something in his back pocket so once he raised tariffs he didn't want to give that up because that was the way that he would bring China to the negotiating table and all of that just builds on itself to the point where now it's a matter of who blinks it's it's it's it's it's become an emotional issue but it is too important to leave it to emotions this is this is the world economy this is the U. S. future the US is future as a reliable trading partner as a leader in trade so there's just a lot of stay here do you think it's because president trump still believes that tariffs work or because he's painted himself into a corner and he doesn't want to back down well that's a that's a great question he talks as if though he believes that the that that China page the tires that we don't and the chairs tires are good thing although they recognize that they're not there and keep the terror of slow we're not going to increase them because Christmas season is coming so that suggests that someone in the administration understands that these terrorists create inflation now that the terrorists were meant to bring China to the table and to reduce the trade deficit is goal number one and that was articulated by the president today after all these tires after all this back and forth our trade deficit with China is up their exports to the U. S. up by viral thirteen fourteen percent our exports to China are down so after all this our trade deficit is actually growing now let's talk just for a moment about Hong Kong because prison time seemed like he was going to stay out of it and but yesterday he wrote China wants to make a trade deal let them work humanely with Hong Kong first about a minute here what happens if he gets involved in that situation well I I don't know if he just threw that out as a way of us saying that Hong Kong could be part of a negotiation I I I I don't know why he got involved in that but the risk of course is that something does happen and it becomes another Tiananmen Square and then we respond will be a lot of pressure to respond the way we did after Tiananmen which was to put export controls in place so China couldn't built sensitive military products if that happens then is just it is another escalation of the war so yes the here we have all these variables in Hong Kong is one of them and no one knows what the president would do there is a pattern here though of trying to avoid a conflict in order to get a trade deal so what we'll have to see and I'm sure the Chinese are reading it as

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Audi right now trending on news ninety three point one okay if BK democratic politicians in Pennsylvania calling on Republicans to join them and do something they say on gun violence after six police officers were shot Wednesday now none of the officers did suffer serious injuries the Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney told congressional leaders the there step up or step aside we are getting reports of a fire that has broken out in rural El Dorado county it's burning in a rugged area near the community of diamond springs and putting up a lot of smoke helicopters have been doing water drops there's an air tanker also dropping fire retardant at this point no reports of injuries or of structures burned we of course will stay on top of that story for you throughout the afternoon well yesterday pretty bad day on Wall Street and a little bit improvement today but people are still talking about a possible recession let's get into that with Kelly brothers now from Genevieve's Burford and brothers it just sounds a little scary Kelly they think that we could be headed for a recession it does and it's not automatic your first full that bond yield inversion we talked about yesterday I guess it's been a pretty good predictor but it didn't hold now for any significant length of time at least not yet nothing that I couldn't but it you know what the other thing I look at is if you if you just kind of put the blinders on and look at our economy Katie we're grown were grown at at least a two percent clip today we had retail sales numbers surging productivity up jobless claims up about nine thousand so that's not great news but it's still that number still near historical lows of only two or twenty thousand people apply for unemployment I mean it's very rare to think of going into a recession with historically low unemployment also we've never imported a recession from somewhere else something to keep in mind especially you know there are there are not lie nations out there that are huge export their economies are based on exports and so if you got the terror for in that situation yeah you're in big trouble I think it's about thirteen fourteen percent of our G. the P. is based on exports so it would be a hit if these all these tears go into a fact no doubt about it but the bulk of the economy has nothing to do with exports or imports to China so it you know I think everyone wants to hop on the fear bandwagon especially when you have an economic expansion which has gone on for a longer period of time that any prior expansion least in modern history so I understand why it happens but sometimes just go look at the numbers say wow this economy is just doing just fine okay and a quick word for those keeping a wary eye on their portfolio well yeah that's the other part two is it you don't even with yesterday and even with the ball to leave last week most people are still up at least double digits on the year most people are still up ten eleven percent you know if you have somewhat of a balanced portfolio the S. and P. is up more than that so I take it all in stride keep an eye on it you know if if we if we do get into a full fledged trade war that wouldn't be good especially for certain stocks that depend on that but you know it this comes up every year there's something like this every year and every year you almost have to catch yourself and say yeah but the long term prognosis is still pretty good for a lot of these great American companies all right Kelly brothers Genevieve's Burford and brothers thank you thank you Kitty any it's four fifty doctor traffic.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Plan and your top heavy and most of the money's coming from the owners the IRAs makes you take that money out of the plan. But there's no discrimination has thing with nonqualified plans. So maj. And having a bunch of money that you can access tax-free. How big is that? Right. We we talked about it. Earlier rates are starkly low. Right. Having tax for having money that you can take out without taxes is going to be very very beneficial fiber ten fifteen years from now imagine right now, you're in a twenty five percent tax bracket, you're paying some tax. But now later on you're in a fifty percent tax bracket because rates go up, and you don't have to pay taxes on that money. Could keep you in a lower bracket overall. So we are able to design these nonqualified plans for business owners they wanna put money away just for them. And also if you have a job if you're an employee, but you're highly paid, and you're trying to do something in addition to what your employer's giving you through a 4._0._1._K. Okay. So these plants have no contribution limits notice criminal testing, we can you adjust for the business owners just for the camp. Louise, and we know the tax rates are very low and will likely rise in the future. Now, you can invest the money. How you want? You can be aggressive. He can Zayn these plans where it's invested in equities. You can design these plans where it's invested in in Bonn type investments or our favorite is you can design these plans where is invested in index linked investments where you make money in the years where the more you goes up, but you don't lose when it goes down. And currently you can probably get high caps of thirteen fourteen percent on on your investments, which means that. And here's the market goes up ten you get ten if it goes up twenty four fourteen, but if it goes down, you don't lose and historically that would Harvard you about eight eight and a half percent without any management fees without any trading costs. And so no downside risk no down through you can make eight percent even seven percent tax free. That's a real big deal. And I it certainly makes sense to consider things like that. So there are ways of your business. Owner to design plans just for you, the you can utilize to put money away grow. We don't pay taxes each year, which is huge and you're not tied into your fifty nine and a half either. Like if you wanna borrow money or take money out before fifty nine and a half, there's no taxes or no penalty, you can use this plant as collateral. If you want to have a loan, I like this. I started twenty years ago, and it has a lot of money in. Now, I didn't start with that much. But it's the power of compounding over long periods of time. And there's been times in my life where I need money for something. And I took it out and put it back in that wasn't fifty nine and a half. I'm only fifty one so no.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Help you make decisions about, you know, dealing with tenants and collecting the rents or you have to do that. And you have a job. So it's not that appealing for someone who doesn't want to have an active role in their life managing the real estate. Now, there's a third kind of real estate it's sort of like semi private. There's a few different ways the one of it is through like an interval fund and by doing that you're able to buy professionally managed diversified real estate with the same tax advantages a private ownership. And yields and returns closer to private ownership. But you can redeem it back to the issuing company every quarter. So it doesn't trade on the secondary market. And therefore, you don't have the kind of volatility that you would expect if you had a publicly traded read, but there is some acquitted if you need your money back after a year or so each quarter, you'll get like a an opportunity to redeem back to the company for the appraised value the real estate, and what you find what we found is with these kinds of vehicles, it provides really attractive levels of income. Plus some good levels of growth and even better yet in the months, like November, December the value of our investments, they didn't go down. Right. The stock market went down a lot that quarter. Maybe thirteen fourteen percent for a lot of indexes. A lot of the major indexes were way off their quarter, but are semi private real estate went up in value because it wasn't trading. On that secondary market that that goes wild every time people get a little nervous. And so if you have some of that your portfolio, it really helps smooth out the ride so in a year where stocks were down five percents large-cap was down five and small was down ten or fifteen if it was value growth and bonds were down five in international was downtown or or more depending on the country. It's nice to have some asset classes that were up seven or eight percent. Right because they weren't correlated to the stock market. And what's great about that income is that you get the pre from the underlying property. So a lot of it's not even taxable under the new tax code that just got passed. There's even more special tax humor for these types of investments. So it's better than than getting interested than the bond in the Bank. So it's it's great tax treatment. And no one else is great. A lot of people make a lot of money in real estate because there's leverage a lot of times when you invest in these real estate deals, they borrow some money. So you're actually buying more real estate than the investment total, and you're getting more interest on your money because you're using some leverage. So a lot of billionaires in this world have been created by real estate, and there's a lot of reasons the tax treatment of real estate, the income of real estate the the leverage of real estate. So the semi private real estate. Has been a great asset class for our clients. And if anyone is interested in finding out how you can use semi private real estate where it's not fully liquid. But there is a good amount of liquidity. And you'll get more of the reward of private real estate, then you would get in the public real estate and a whole lot less volatility deli. Give us a call at eight six six wealthy another asset class that people have been drawn to that. Like income are preferred stocks now preferred stocks are sort of like a hybrid between stocks and bonds, they produce an income stream improves the dividend. They are safer than stocks. If the stock was out of business preferred shareholders get paid back. I before the common stockholders, but they're behind bonds in terms of the priority. So you're a little bit in between you have some elements of bonds, and some income how these stocks generally, don't appreciate that much. They generally will trade at a premium or discount, depending on what's going on. And now a lot of preferred stocks are perpetual, meaning that they never really have a maturity date where you get your money back. And for that reason, they actually trade a lot like longterm bonds in terms of interest rate risk. So there was a sell off this year in preferred stocks and the first half of the year several ATF's that do preferred.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"You make decisions about dealing with tenants and and collecting the rents or you have to do that. And you have a job. So it's not that appealing for someone who doesn't want to have an active role in their life. Managing the real estate. Now, there is a third kind of real say it's sort of like semi private. There's a few different ways the choir at one of the through like an interval fund and the by doing that you're able to buy professionally managed diversified real estate with the same tax advantages a private ownership. And yields and returns closed at a private ownership. But you can redeem it back to the issuing company every quarter. So it doesn't trade on the secondary market. And therefore, you don't have the kind of volatility that you would expect if you had a publicly traded read, but there is some liquidity if you need your money back after a year or so each quarter, you'll get like a an opportunity to redeem back to the company for the appraised value the real estate, and what you find what we found is with these kinds of vehicles, it provides really attractive levels of income. Plus, some good levels of growth and even better yet in the months, like November, December the value of our investments that can go down, right? The stock market went down a lot that quarter. Maybe thirteen fourteen percent for a lot of indexes. A lot of the major indexes were way off the quarter, but are semi private real estate went up in value because it wasn't trading. On that secondary market that the goes wild every time people get a little nervous. And so if you have some of that your portfolio, it really helps smooth out the ride so in a year where stocks were down five percents large-cap was down five and small cap was down ten or fifteen if it was value or growth and bonds were down five in international was downtown or or more depending on the country. It's nice to have some asset classes that were up seven or eight percent. Right because they weren't correlated to the stock market. And what's great about that income is that you get depreciation from the underlying property. So a lot of it's not even taxable under the new tax code that just got passed. There's even more special tax humid for these types of investments. So it's better than than getting interested in the book on a bond or in the Bank. So it's it's great tax treatment. And no one else.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"To help you make decisions about dealing with the tenants and collecting rents or you have to do that. And you have a job. So it's not that appealing for someone who doesn't want to have an active role in their life managing the real estate. Now, there's a third kind of real estate it's sort of like semi private. There's a few different ways to acquire one of it is through like an interval fund and by doing that you're able to buy professionally managed diversified real estate the same tax advantages a private ownership. And yields and returns closer to private ownership. But you can redeem it back to the issuing company every quarter. So it doesn't trade on the secondary market. And therefore, you don't have the kind of volatility that you would expect if you had a publicly traded read, but there is some liquidity if you need your money back after a year or so each quarter, you'll get like a an opportunity to redeem it back to the company for the praise value the real estate, and what you find what we found is with these kinds of vehicles, it provides really attractive levels of income. Plus some good levels of growth and even better yet in the months, like November, December the value of our investments, they didn't go down. Right. The stock market went down a lot that quarter. Maybe thirteen fourteen percent for a lot of indexes. A lot of the major indexes were way off the quarter, but are semi private real estate went up in value because it wasn't trading on that secondary. That that goes wild every time.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Help you make decisions about dealing with the tenants and collecting the rents or you have to do that. And you have a job. So it's not that appealing for someone who doesn't want to have an active role in their life managing the real estate. Now, there's a third kind of real estate it's sort of like semi private. There's a few different ways acquiring one of it is through like an interval fund and by doing that you're able to buy professionally managed diversified real estate with the same tax advantages a private ownership. And yields and returns closer to private ownership. But you can redeem it back to the issuing company every quarter. So it doesn't trade on the secondary market. And therefore, you don't have the kind of volatility that you would expect if you had a publicly traded read, but there is some liquidity if you need your money back after a year. So each quarter, you'll get like a an opportunity to redeem back to the company for the praise value the real estate, and what you find what we found is with these kinds of vehicles, it provides really attractive levels of income. Plus, some good levels of growth and even better yet in the months, like November, December the value of our investments that go down, right? The stock market went down a lot that quarter. Maybe thirteen fourteen percent for a lot of indexes. A lot of the major indexes were way off their quarter, but are semi private real estate went up in value because it wasn't trading on that secondary. Market that that goes wild every time he will get a little nervous. And so if you have some of that your portfolio, it really helps smooth out the ride so in a year where stocks were down five percents large-cap was down five and small-cap was down ten or fifteen if it was value or growth in bonds were down five and international was downtown or or more depending on the country. It's nice to have some asset classes that were up seven or eight percent. Right because they weren't car lated to the stock market. And what's great about that income is that you get depreciation from the underlying property. So a lot of it's not even taxable under the new tax code that just got passed. There's even more special tax humid for these types of investments. So it's better than than getting interested in the book on a bond or in the Bank. So it's it's great tax treatment. And no one else is great a lot of people make a lot of money in real estate because there's leverage a lot of times when you invest in these real estate deals, they they borrow some money. So you're actually buying more real estate than the investment total, and you're getting more interest on your money because you're using some leverage. So a lot of billionaires in this world has been created by real estate, and there's a lot of reasons the tax treatment of real estate, the income of real estate the the leverage of real estate. So the semi private real estate has been a great. Asset class for our clients. And if anyone is interested in finding out how you can use semi private real estate where it's not fully liquid. But there is a good amount of liquidity. And you get more of the reward of private real estate, then you would get in the public real estate and a whole lot less volatility deadly. Give us a call at eight six six wealthy another asset class of people who have been drawn to that. Like income are preferred stocks preferred stocks sort of like a hybrid between stocks and bonds, they produce an income stream cruiser the dividend. They are safer than stocks. If the stock goes out of business for shareholders get paid back. I before the common stockholders, but they're behind bonds in terms of the priority. So you're little bit in between you have some elements of bonds and some income now these stocks, generally, don't appreciate that much. They generally will train at a premium or discount, depending on what's going on. Now a lot of preferred stocks are perpetual. Meaning that they never really have a maturity date where you get your money back. And for that reason, they actually trade a lot like longterm bonds in terms of interest risk. So there was a sell off this year in preferred stocks and the first half of the year several ETF that.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"To find someone to help you make decisions about you know, feeling with the tenants and in collecting the rents. Or you have to do that. And you have a job. So it's not that appealing for someone who doesn't want to have an active role in their life. Managing the real estate. Now, there is a third kind of real estate. It's sort of like semi private is a few different ways of choir is through like an interval fund and by doing that you're able to buy professionally managed diversified real estate with the same tax advantages a private ownership. And yields and returns closed at a private ownership. But you can redeem it back to the issuing company every quarter. So it doesn't trade on the secondary market. And therefore, you don't have the kind of volatility that you would expect if you had a publicly traded read, but there is some liquidity if you need your money back after a year or so each quarter, you'll get like a an opportunity to redeem it back to the company for the appraised value of the real estate, and what you find what we found with these kinds of vehicles, it provides really attractive levels of income. Plus some good levels of growth and even better yet. In the months like November, December the value of our investments didn't go down. Right. The stock market went down a lot that quarter. Maybe thirteen fourteen percent for a lot of indexes. A lot of the major indexes were way off that quarter, but are semi private real estate went up in value because it wasn't trading on that secondary market that goes wild every time people get a little nervous. And so if you have some of that your portfolio, it really helps smooth out the ride so in a year where stocks were down five percents, large cat was down five and small-cap was down ten or fifteen if it was value or growth in bonds were down five in international was downtown or or more depending on the country. It's nice to have some classes that were up seven or eight percent. Right because they weren't car late in the stock market. And what's great about that income is that you get depreciation from the underlying property. So a lot of it's not even taxable under the new tax code that just got passed. There's even more special tax treatment for these types of investments. So it's better than than getting interested in the book on a bond or in the Bank. So it's it's great tax treatment. And no one else is great a lot of people make a lot of money in real estate because there's leverage a lot of times when you invest in these real estate deals, they they borrow some money. So you're actually buying more real estate than the investment total, and you're getting more interest on your money because you're using some leverage. So a lot of billionaires in this world has been created by real estate, and there's a lot of reasons the tax treatment of real estate, the income of real estate the the leverage of real estate. So the semi private real estate has been a great asset class for our clients. And if anyone is interested in finding out how you can use semi private real estate where it's not fully liquid. But there is a good amount of liquidity. And you get more of the reward of private real estate, then you would get in the public real estate and a whole lot less volatility deadly. Give us a call at eight six six wealthy another asset class that people have been drawn to that. Like income are preferred stocks and preferred stocks sort of like a hybrid between stocks and bonds, they produce an income stream it proves the dividend. They are safer than stocks. If the stock goes out of business preferred shareholders get paid back. I before the common stockholders, but they're behind bonds in terms of the priority. So you're a little bit in between you have some elements of bonds, and some income stocks generally, don't appreciate that much. They generally will train at a premium or discount, depending on what's going on. Now a lot of preferred stocks are perpetual. Meaning that they never really have a maturity date where you get your money back. And for that reason, they actually trade a lot like longterm bonds in terms of interest rate risk. So there was a sell off this year in preferred stocks and the first half of the year several ATF's that do preferred stocks were down a decent amount.

ATF Bank thirteen fourteen percent eight percent
"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Of vehicles if provides really attractive levels of income, plus some good levels of growth and even better yet. In the months, like November, December the value of our investments that can go down, right? The stock market went down a lot that quarter. Maybe thirteen fourteen percent for a lot of indexes. A lot of the major indexes were way off their quarter, but are semi private real estate went up in value because it wasn't trading on that secondary market that the goes wild every time people get a little nervous. And so if you have some of that your portfolio, it really helps smooth out the ride so in a year where stocks were down five percents large-cap was down five and small-cap was down ten or fifteen if it was value or growth in bonds were down five international is downtown or or more depending on the country. It's nice to have some asset classes that were up seven or eight percent. Right because they weren't correlated to the stock market. And what's great about that income is that you get appreciation from the underlying property. So a lot of it's not even taxable under the new tax code that just got passed. There's even more special tax treatment for these types of investments. So it's better than than getting interested in the book on a bond or in the Bank. So it's it's great tax treatment. And no one else is great a lot of people make a lot of money in real estate because there's leverage a lot of times when you invest in these real estate deals, they they borrow some money. So you're actually buying more real estate than the investment total, and you're getting more interest on your money because you're using some leverage. So a lot of billionaires in this world have been created by real estate, and there's a lot of reasons the tax treatment of real estate, the income of real estate the the leverage of real estate. So the semi private real estate has been a great asset class where our clients. And if anyone is interested in finding out how you can use semi private real estate where it's not fully liquid. But there is a good amount of liquidity. And you'll get more of the reward of private real estate, then you will get in the public real estate and a whole lot less volatility deadly..

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Help you make decisions about dealing with the tenants and collecting the rents or you have to do that. And you have a job. So it's not that appealing for someone who doesn't want to have an active role in their life managing the real estate. Now, there's a third kind of real say it's sort of like semi private. There's a few different ways to acquire one of it is through like an interval fund and by doing that you're able to buy professionally managed diversified real estate with the same tax advantages a private ownership and yields and returns closer to private ownership. But you can redeem it back to the issuing company every quarter. So it doesn't trade on the secondary market. And therefore, you don't have the kind of volatility that you would expect if you had a publicly traded read, but there is some liquidity if you need your money back after a year or so each quarter, you'll get like an opportunity to redeem it back to the company for the appraised value the real estate. And what you find what we found is with these kinds of vehicles, it provides really attractive levels of income. Plus some good levels of growth and even better yet. In the months, like November, December the value of our investments that are go down. Right. The stock market went down a lot that quarter. Maybe thirteen fourteen percent for a lot of indexes. A lot of the major indexes were way off that quarter, but are semi private real estate went up in value because it wasn't trading on that secondary market that goes wild every time people get a little nervous. And so if you have some of that your portfolio, it really helps smooth out the ride so in a year where stocks around five percents, large cat was down five and small-cap was down ten or fifteen if it was value growth in bonds were down five and international was downtown or or more depending on the country. It's nice to have some NASA classes that were up seven or eight percent. Right because they weren't correlated to the stock market. And what's great about that income is that you get appreciation from the underlying property. So a lot of it's not even taxable under the new tax code that just got passed. There's even more special tax treatment for these types of investments. So it's better than than getting interested in the bond during the Bank. So it's it's great tax treatment. And no one else is great a lot of people make a lot of money in real estate because there's leverage a lot of times when you invest in these real estate deals, they borrow some money. So you're actually buying more real estate than the investment total, and you're getting more interest on your money because you're using some leverage. So a lot of billionaires in this world have been created by real estate, and there's a lot of reasons tax treatment of real estate the income of real estate the the leverage of real estate. So the semi private real estate has been a great asset class for our clients. And if anyone is interested in finding out how you can use semi private real estate where it's not fully liquid. But there is a good amount of liquidity. And you'll get more of the reward of private real estate, then you will get in the public real estate and a whole lot less volatility deadly. Give us a call at eight six six wealthy another asset class of people who have been drawn to that. Like income are preferred stocks and preferred stocks sort of like a hybrid between stocks and bonds, they produce an income stream it proves the dividend. They are safer than stocks ifas. Tacos out of business. Preferred shareholders get paid back. I before the common stockholders, but they're behind bonds in terms of the priority. So you're a little bit in between you have some elements bonds and some income now these stocks, generally, don't appreciate that much. They generally will trade at a premium or discount, depending on what's going on. Now a lot of preferred stocks are perpetual. Meaning that they never really have a maturity date where you get your money back. And for that reason, they actually trade a lot like longterm bonds in terms of interest rate risk. So there was a sell off this year in preferred stocks and the first half of the year several ATF's that do preferred stocks were down.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"What are you always tell us invest for need not for greed, and that's right? The trademark phrase, right, man. Hats. No, it is trademark for sure. But it really is a statement of came to me, and I get every person that walks in the door practically reverberates it to me almost immediately. But it's true. Because it reminds you that you're pasture really aggressive years. You pass your cumulation years and into your preservation and already or soon to be distribution years where you need to preserve it and pull money out. You can't be that gunslinger and continuously throwing money at the market. She got again when you do the planning you'll figure out exactly how much risk your portfolio needs to take an along with that comes a stress test, and you stress test your portfolio to say, okay. G my upside might be you know, the twelve percent. Let's say, oh, that's great. But my downside might be twenty eight percent. Whoa. I don't like that. What if my upside instead of twelve was nine and a half percent downsides? Only thirteen point five. Well, I can live with that. You know, something like that. And so you limit your downside. I mean or or much lower. And again, you wanna make it is high enough side as possible. It doesn't mean you limited to nine. I mean, if the markets have fifty maybe you'll be up thirty five instead of fifty. But if the market's down fifty you know, I like, I tell people myself if the markets, I'm twenty and we're at ten twelve fourteen I'm thrilled markets down twenty and I'm only down to. That's what makes me giddy. That's what we want to try to get reasonable upside without of the risk and the downside and stop swinging for the fences. You can't do it any longer than just get the best returns with the least risk possible. Invest tactically. Of course. And I'm always apprised, though, Keith a lot of people come to us for the first time, they sit down with you. They go through that portfolio stress tests, and they find out they were investing a lot more aggressively than they even intended to how does that happen with portfolios, man? See it all the time just this week. I've sat down with several new people who came in. And they were happy because they may twelve thirteen fourteen percent last year. And then when I ran the stress test showed them one couple. They were stressed has. Downside was thirty eight percent. They were shocked. And I looked at me said, what do you think you can make fifteen you know, in a good year? Not have all the downside. Lotta of people have a duplication positive correlation of their investments is a lot of things to watch out for so important to take that step step number two. They're invest for need not for greed and step number three on our list today. Here Keith is actually protecting your legacy or that. Inheritance? Some of us are on the receiving end of that. Inheritance? And either way whether you're passing on the wealth or receiving it you want to protect that you want to protect the funny thing is the average length of time. It takes somebody who inherits money is actually the same for a lottery winner. Twenty eight months. People who. Yeah. Twenty eight months if you are a lottery winner or receiving inheritance. The average person blows through it all ninety percent of it in twenty eight. I can't believe that. Yeah. It's just I I don't even know what to say there. So it has to see that day in time. I've had lottery winners I've seen it. I've seen people inherit Harry money, and I've seen them both Ramani. Obviously is nothing. I can say, but it be be smart. You wanna leave a legacy? You want to have all the money. You can hey, we say what sports players how many shrewd huge sports players get these big contracts and they wind up literally bankrupt. And don't let that happen to you. Always, you know, I'm not saying don't go out and have fun. You know, always have baron pizza money, but put.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Help you make decisions about dealing with the tenants and collecting the rents or you have to do that. And you have a job. So it's not that appealing for someone who doesn't want to have an active role in the life of managing the real estate. Now, there's a third kind of real estate has sort of like semi private is a few different ways. The choir is through like an interval fund and by doing that, you're able to buy professionally managed diversified real estate with the same tax advantages a private ownership and yields and returns closer to private ownership. But you can redeem it back to the issuing company every quarter. So it doesn't trade on the secondary market. And therefore, you don't have the kind of all Tilleke that you. I would expect if you had a publicly traded read, but there is some liquidity if you need your money back after a year or so each quarter, you'll get an opportunity to redeem it back to the company for the appraised value the real estate, and what you find what we found is with these kinds of vehicles, it provides really attractive levels of income. Plus some good levels of growth and even better yet in the months like November, December the value of our investments didn't go down. Right. The stock market went down a lot that quarter. Maybe thirteen fourteen percent for a lot of indexes. A lot of the major indexes were way off the quarter, but are semi private real estate went up in value because it wasn't trading on that secondary market that the goes wild every time people get a little nervous. And so if you have some of that your portfolio, it really helps smooth out the ride so in a year where stocks around five percents, large cat was down five and. Small-cap was down ten or fifteen if it was value or growth in bonds were down five and international was downtown or or more depending on the country. It's nice to have some classes that were up seven or eight percent. Right because they weren't correlated to the stock market. And what's great about that income is that you get depreciation from the underlying property. So a lot of it's not even taxable under the new tax code that just got passed. There's even more special tax humor for these types of investments. So it's better than than getting interested in the book on a bond or in the Bank. So it's it's great tax treatment. And no one else is great. A lot of people make a lot of money in real estate because there's leverage a lot of times when you invest in these real estate deals, they they borrow some money. So you're actually buying more real estate than the investment total, and you're getting more interest on your money because you're using some leverage. So a lot of billionaires in this world had been created by real estate. And there's a lot of reasons the tax treatment of real estate, the income of real estate the the leverage of real estate. So the semi private real estate has been a great asset class for our clients. And if anyone is interested in finding out how you can use semi private real estate where it's not fully liquid. But there is a good amount of liquidity. And you'll get more of the reward of private real estate, then you will get in the public real estate and a whole lot less volatility deadly. Give us a call at eight six six wealthy another asset class that people have been drawn to that. Like income are preferred stocks and preferred stocks sort of like a hybrid between stocks and bonds, they produce an income stream approves the dividend. They are safer than stocks. If the stock goes out of business preferred shareholders get paid back. I before the common stockholders, but they're behind bonds in terms of the priority. So you're a little bit in between you have some elements of bonds and some income now these stocks, generally, don't appreciate that much. They generally will trade at a premium or discount, depending on what's going on. Now a lot of preferred stocks are perpetual. Meaning that they never really have a maturity date where you get your money back. And for that reason, they actually trade a lot like longterm bonds in terms of interest rate risk. So there was a sell off this year in preferred stocks and the first half of the year several ATF's that do preferred stocks were down.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Deficient, which would save my company a lot of money and gave me a lot of credibility. A large part of that utilize but the mistake actually comes after twenty thirty. So the actual mistake was in twenty Turkey. The market was extremely cheap. I could have picked out many stocks, which are the top notch companies. They were the market leaders growing double digits, high return on capital competitive advantages and most of the stocks if I had picked out in thirteen stocks would have doubled or even tripled in a few years. So that opportunity was missed and that opportunity was missed for a number of thinking errors on Mike. Bart. Some were more dick nickel thinking. Errors, basic DCF mistakes. But some was also on firm nation bias are just warning that the metric Konami is in the worst state than I originally talked. I actually spent some time discussing what really happened and Barnow it has to do with the economic conditions back then inflation running a double digits got unsee whilst appreciating possed. Most importantly, the health of the banking system was not good so NPL's bar high and not recorded properly. So they were massively understated banks were heavily exposed to the stock market. And there was rampant margin lending around that time and many stock market is didn't have the balance sheet gape ability or strength to provision on those margin loads. So you always have this fear at the back of your mind that you know, there can't be margin calls stocks can go. On much lower than where they went even though they have come down sixty percent. And there's also this risk of systematic problem coming from the banking system. Good those what the, you know, the broader issues the more macro issues, but I think on a more bottom up level there were mistakes, which are more technical in nature. So what happened as a young analyst? I probably had about one or two years of experience. I pop at when inflation is high you would revise up your skull crates. I remember blogging eighteen percent cost of equity because banks were barring at thirteen fourteen percent. But those are two clear mistakes with that the first one, that's generally sustainable menu, raise interest rates following flation or currency problems. Eventually in most cases, the automaker. I know stabilizes at some point. So he'd normalizes that a lower level. But also if you have a high this country, you ought to use a higher go. Trade as well. That was a very basic mistake that I made and as a result any stock which was not like really really cheap look expensive in my model. And I ended up buying what I would say we're more or less value traps where I could have bought the best stocks out there. There's a lot that you've described that. It'd be interesting. But one of the questions is from a mistake perspective..

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"Who legislation and that made a huge difference even just losing twenty pounds we'll make a huge difference like i i know for me so i lost fifty pounds and think about this for anybody who's listening i want you to go to bed and lie down on your bed and then take a forty five pound plate and put it on your chest and tell me if it's harder to breathe or not good point i mean that that's literally what you're doing you're putting so much pressure on your windpipe and your lungs i had the beginning stages of sleep apnea i had restless leg syndrome and i didn't do anything other than lose weight not to say that's easy but i lost weight that was the only thing i changed and my sleep dramatically improved i was able to breathe i don't snore anymore significantly more energy when i wake up because i'm not fighting for oxygen and kicking my legs every hour of the night that i'm asleep like there's so many benefits that come from eating correctly and like losing weight we're not supposed to be thought that's not how our bodies work you know everything goes to shy as soon as we start gaining too much body fat so even estrogen stores itself in body fat so if you're over twelve thirteen fourteen percent body fat you're carrying astra gin in that body thought anytime i talked to a guy who says he wants to increase testosterone i ask what's what their body fat percentages i asked what their body fat percentages in are they how much are they sleeping night those two things those are the two main roadblocks and then you can get into getting rid of the chemical ostriches all that stuff in a couple supplements help here and there but those two first question so if you're over weight that is the most important thing you could possibly do for a lot of different things but for testosterone for for sleep quality and all that stuff as well you also talked about less worrying which increases cortisol levels which does does quarters all blocked testosterone or limit production what is court as i'll do in the body counters testosterone like astrazeneca's if your estrogen levels are high.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"Decade five year treasury notes did seven point two percent a year with four point three five percents standard deviation the basically what should what she said so i wonder how many institutions actually did that they would lock i'm sure i'm sure of survey few very few i'm sure that because stocks were stocks were giving you want thirteen fourteen percent a year right which i mean it's easy to look at that at hindsight and say how easy was that to invest in but when you have stocks tempting you go into them in so that's when a lot of these institutions a lot of the studies show in the late nineties they made a huge push into stocks and lightened up on bonds at pretty much the wrong time especially pension plans i have a little bit that in couple of my books which is funny because right now we're thinking like seven and a half percent expected return seems like insane which is why they're making all this push into private equity and things like this where just twenty five years ago they could have got it seven percent just parking into government bonds purdue nuts yeah so the idea here is that today the hard part about investing is that you basically have to learn to accept some volatility gonna earn anything above the inflation rate or follow jim carey or follow action alerts plus jim carey is so i mean the the idea is as investors you basically have to understand not only how toady works in the market but when it makes sense to take those risks involved tilleke in which ones pay better than others which obviously is is the hard part i think here especially for institutions that have these bogeys to hit which we've talked about in the past is going to be really really tough for a lot of them for to meet their expected returns.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on Deal of the Week

Deal of the Week

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on Deal of the Week

"Different parts of the healthcare bureau chain on top of each other and if you look at the figures in wall street there is some scepticism about this deal at is still trading a fair amount thirteen fourteen percent at below the deal value announced deal value so renew now and this is likely to have a could have a lengthy ah regulatory review now that's interesting as you said look this is trading i think we look at a now is training about one eight t which is what twenty seven dollars below the the current offer price so why is this huge spread on the deal because it doesn't seem to me instinctively liked would be that much regulates you review if there's if these are to sort of very opposing businesses and is not israel it is a massive vertical merger and really depends on you know it's not clear which regulators going again at the ftc the federal trade commission or the department of justice and the federal trade commission historically recently has done like deals with drugstores and drug benefit managers but the justice department has done most the recent deals among shores in its some of the recent deals including etnis last attempt to emerged with an own sure we saw a wave block because we saw at now looked with humana we saw and some block with cigna a nose with sort of that was an industry at that point trying to go from what five to three us yeah as a both those are blocks at night converged with other sure sets other reason why you know at you know sort this out and so the question is year if it were to go to the justice department while the justice department has done something very interesting recently they and historically are these vertical deals they've been kind of viewed as posing less anticompetitive risk and you know mergers of direct competitors and so what the cold remedy as bad as they've let these generally let these things through but they may impose some kind of behavioral conditions conditions like on the operating conditions going forward you won't do this to restrict competition but let it will let it happen but the justice department recently just last month sued to block eu at t time warner deal which is what's that that's another prime example of vertical deal and and the justice department.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on TechStuff

"Now nineteen 75 xerox agree to licensed copier patents to other companies which seems really bigger them right like they were they had all these these different patents that kept them in this effective monopoly things really generous two agreed to extend licenses to various companies of finch in exchange for a fee seems really nice well it wasn't an ally of the kindness of xerox executives hearts xerox had actually become the target for an antitrust lawsuit and the government was essentially demanding that the company offer up licensing agreements for their patents so this was kind of the company's way of soothing things over within a short amount of time the move did exactly what the people at xerox were afraid would happen it allowed competitors to leverage xerox's technologies and so copiers for much lower prices xerox's near one hundred percent market share would drop below twenty percent in just a couple of years that's dramatic when you go from one hundred percent market domination to less than twenty percent of the market in some cases i've seen estimates between thirteen fourteen percent that's crazy it is however something that we've seen in other technologies like smartphone operating systems ios dominated shortly for a while and then android caught up and then now android dominates just by sheer numbers 8035 was also the year that xerox stopped trying to make mainframe style computers they got out that business they had bought into in a few years earlier and it turned out they just could not make that business work.

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"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"thirteen fourteen percent" Discussed on Here & Now

"They're lighting business and and basically a lot of businesses that are core to their traditional business now there was also an earnings call yesterday with united airlines ceo that didn't go well what happened well it's funny these calls are usually pretty cordiale between analysts and ceos and chief financial officers this one just kind of got very testy oscar munoz was asked to update some of the company's financial targets saw on its costcutting efforts and how it's going to manage its capacity of airline seats and he just didn't have updates of the numbers that the analysts wanted and and there was a lotta you could sense the frustration on the part of of the annals so it's sort of unusual to get that testy of an exchange between executives on the analysts and the stocky you know just started really going into freefall almost during that conference call and by the end of it there were people speculating that you know they might be changed management again and that you know he just did not come through on the call with the information that these analyst wont so very unusual situation one it must be very difficult to be a major company that is not doing so well when the whole stock market is hitting new records that's that's absolutely right it's very tough to that co to say uh to to put a gently when you know the markets up thirteen fourteen percent on the year and and you're stock prices is down in double digits for the year um and it's really you know the stock market's really been led by the big technology firms this year so these companies are really participating in that it's like a regan senior editor bloomberg news mike thank you thank you.

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