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A Focus on The Client's Cloud Experience
"Welcome back to status. Go in our continuing series of discussions on your cloud journey in this series. We not only talk with industry experts. We also talked to technology professionals who are on their cloud journey. Today's guest has a unique perspective on the cloud having been on both sides of the desk as a sales professional he is sold cloud and cloud solutions now as the managing director for money tree software. He has experienced. Cloud journey firsthand. I am honored to introduce a colleague. A mentor and a friend pat spencer. Welcome to the show pat. Jeff thanks a lot it's It's really a pleasure to be here. Great talking with you and look forward to our discussion today so before we dive into your cloud journey. I'd like you to share your background and some about the unique perspective that you bring to our conversation today. That sounds good as you know. It is varied so hopefully the audience will be able to follow but i actually started my career in banking graduated from ball state university and for the next ten years. Really dedicate myself to banking with an emphasis on commercial banking working with businesses on basically how to finance and manages our companies as appropriate But that led to a desire to move into technology because of some companies. I really became good friends with at the end of the day. So i left banking one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and went to work for local indianapolis software company called baker hill which ironically sold software to banks Which was a good entry through me to continue my my professional sales career but also step into the world of technology and so i spent a few years with them. We were acquired by a company called experience. You may have heard of them and stayed with them for about another five years. But then i started to get a little itchy if you will to do something kind of crazy and so i actually went and worked in indycar motor sports for a couple of years. Were very fortunate enough to be executive vice president of operations for panther racing. I say that because our sponsor was the national guard in just the spent a couple of years working with the minimum of the national guard was just such a privilege. It was so far from what i was doing that. It was just a one and refreshing but yet just a little bit of a payback to our men and women of the armed of the armed services but from there. I really did not like being away from home. One hundred eighty two hundred days a year to get back into technology. Did so an. And that's actually wearing you. And i met you were at cio of goodwill. And i was your lackey. Sales rep for a couple of years. Our lacking sales but worked at another local company called blue lock where we focused on infrastructure as a service disaster recovery as a service in obviously eventually was acquired in work there for about six years which actually then led me to where i'm at today in. That is the managing director of money tree. Managing a saz company infants ac and we are owned by accu chek in other indian owned company that provides trust accounting software and i basically manage the business unit For money tree underneath accu. Chek
Stocks Surge in Crazy Year for Financial Markets
"I think an interesting stat that i saw was that ninety percent of the s. and p. five hundred constituents are above their two hundred day moving average. It hasn't been that high since two thousand fourteen And as you may not remember in two thousand fourteen there were numerous drawdowns of five percent or more. So there's opportunity out there. I i just wonder. Nah i think it's a good question new pose. Steve is what's keeping us afloat and not only just afloat but at the at the surge right at the high is that we are we are in. I think what what comes to mind. Is you know. Maybe some of mr curious what we're looking to to for for for twenty twenty. We do have a notable election in front of us next week that is a huge catalyst that that some people might wanna keep an eye on in the georgia election and cove obviously is still bubbling up. I think new york. Texas and florida just this week hit new highs and all their cases from the pandemic and but interestingly it's going to have to impact the economies in some way i think for the market to really shed those gains cuomo at least this week said that he had not looking to shut the economy as he did To the degree that he did earlier this year. So maybe that's providing some boost of optimism there
It's coronavirus do-over time. What would we do differently?
"I'm health reported teigen tyler an opposition and journalists alter norman swan wednesday the ninth of december. And it's episode. Two hundred of the corona cast so when we hit the one hundredth episode. We buy setback and went. Oh my gosh. We never thought we'd get to one hundred two hundred. I know it was like two hundred years two hundred days. Well it feels like a silent day to answer these questions from dane. Who says what do you think is the most important thing we've learned about. Nineteen in the last year and if we had a time over again what would we do differently. Well let's do something different. You answer that first to you. Know what i think. At an individual level we would have been more mentally prepared for the challenges of these. See the personal challenges of these see but from an infection control perspective especially in australia Harto corinthian outbreaks notwithstanding. I really do think that we have done an incredible job of keeping levels of the virus incredibly low in australia when we say overseas. What could have been here in australia if we hadn't taken that really hard stance from the beginning. So here's what. I think we would do differently. So the first thing. I'll start is internationally and this is a wishlist. I wish that we had had a more cooperative world when the virus hit if we'd had a more cooperative world you know. This is just wishful thinking but we had a habit of world without authoritarian fragile leaders in china russia and the united states. This would be a very different pandemic. in fact it may never even escape from china because they would have dealt with it transparently and they would have controlled it than they would have told people about it and they're told people about it in december. They're abroad in international help into wuhan market and checked where come from and the world would have pulled together on china's behalf and helped china out but we came into an environment where nations were operating by themselves and it was every state for themselves. And that's the sex. The ground for the pandemic so do differently do international relations differently. The biology of a pandemic organism is almost the least important part of that organism of the pandemic loss of different organisms can cause pandemics. It's human behavior that causes the pandemic so the way we live the way we act. Politics works so international travel works. That's what creates a pandemic what we would do. Differently is have a world that's more pandemic aware and aware of their behavior and aware of the broader implications beyond beyond the personal. That's what i would do differently than international level. The wild thing about that is that if we had done that we never would have nine. What scale of crisis. We would have averted but we do know that. This isn't going to be the last pandemic pathogen that if we ever encounter and saw are we need to take these lessons going forward so that the next pandemic is a fisa like this one should main. I'm a comeback to something. We said on corona cast probably in march march april the of the beginning when prevention works. Nothing happens and so the most important thing we've learned we should have learnt is or if you went back in time is that the general community knows that when you actually have prevention working nothing happens. So that's a lesson for everything and we're facing catastrophe with climate change but it's a slow moving catastrophe and if we actually act on climate change not very much will happen and that's what you actually want to happen. So people talk about all paul early in the seventy s sixty s and seventy s doomsayers population and. so on. The are all wrong because nothing happened. Nothing happened because people did some stuff about that sort of thing and of course nothing happened. So what we learn from this is successful. Prevention is dull and boring because nothing happens. There's no drama.
Apple stock continues to drop
"We're entering the final stretch of the year in here we all with the five hundred virtually flaps for the year. So far guy in various shows we've talked about various iterations of apple being the king of the market apple being the tell the market appleby and the barometer. Here we are with apple down about fourteen percent. In. The past month. So what does that? Tell you. And I go back to some Steve set a week or so ago that you know he -ticipant at trading down to this or that ninety, five, ninety, six level and I happen to agree with them. One of three that we saw on Monday was a twenty five percent move from peak to trough. But historically, and there is history for this the sell offs of magnitude Annapolis. You've seen anywhere from thirty two to thirty, eight percent and I think you know that ninety five level probably put you right there on the screw so. What it tells me is as much as everybody you know I understand the reason you wanna own apple you just want to close your eyes their here's a stock that's given you many opportunities over the last decade. To get in at meaningfully lower levels than the prior all time high, and in recent past I, mean within the last two years a move from two twenty five, which was at the time it all time high one fifty and a straight line, and then recently I know this is pre split but the move from three twenty, five down to two forty and a straight line. So the stocks given you those opportunities and quite frankly we're on the precipice of exactly that again mill. You know you could two guys point that hundred day moving average is now ninety seven and apple, and you can to a guy just said before you can close your eyes and you've been rewarded with that in the stock for me I think those days are gone. And you'd want dip by as you said before, this is the ultimate buyers barometer. Now you have an upward moving two hundred day it's at eighty, four nine. I'm gone past the ultimate. We really get the sell off that I think we're going to get. That's the level Melissa that's going to be tested in apple and just think about how many people will get gutted in their idea, their brain, their emotions if apple traits to mid eighties that will be terrible for the overall market. Sentiment is is key here Karen especially when you're talking about a lot of retail investors to had gone into the markets in general gone into apple specifically wrote it all the way up and here we are I'm wondering if you think apple is as important a barometer for the market or if there's maybe something else on your screen whether it be a stock you own or not. That is a good tell for you on the market's direction. I think apple is still pretty good on the market's direction. I think long long all the way to the top still long probably by more trades down. If turns on further I. think it still is such an Americana Company and I think that the Nasdaq has obviously moved market up and it's now move the market down I. Still Think it's central to our all of our sentiments very widely owned retail stock as well. So I do think apple is still barometer but I think today I think it was a guy talking early that this fiscal. Floor not being there I think is increasingly important Kudos to Brian Kelly for calling when it really I felt it was very very likely to happen now likely. Yeah. I mean that seems to be out of the market at this
A Big Warning for Big Tech
"If you thought this week was tough for technology buckle up because a chart showing even more pain ahead for this sector turned mastercard or worth joins us now to break it all down Carter, what are you looking at? You Bet thanks. So I mean before we get to the charges important to say that equities are not annuities right? I mean give backs, dip selloffs corrections the they're a part of investing in. So it's always hard though to figure out how far the decline will go. Let's try to figure that out couple charts. One of five the first one you see here I thought we'd start with this. It's going back to the early nineteen nineties. It's a two panel. Chart on the top. You see the Nasdaq composite. Obviously, it's well above its dot com peak in two thousand. But what's really interesting ironic and telling the bottom panel, the Nasdaq even with all of this has not recouped its relative losses to the SNP. Since the dotcom peaks that bottom panel without circle I drunk, you still haven't made relative high, which just shows how treacherous is to buy into the top of a bubble in any event the here, and now let's go. To the next chart. So now we're looking at a chart of the Nasdaq, no judgments or annotations, and yet what you can see is a clear break in trend I've simply drawn the trend line draws itself, and what we know is we have broken trend. This is the first break of the well-defined trend line that's been in effect since the march low. So where to well take a look at the next, what we know, and this is now the percentage decline were. Down Eleven and a half percent for the Nasdaq index overall. But once you broken trend, what is your reference point of? Could it go down? Thirteen could fifty of course it good. So the next reference point look at the next chart is the January February peak from which the market broke out. We know the S. and P. of course has already gone all the way back to it's generally Feb repeat and so were the market to simply go back to the peak. Of the pre pandemic. Hi, final chart. What it would be is not an eleven and a half percent decline, which is what we've seen so far. But then we're looking at something in the order of about eighteen and so is that a possibility you bet it is. A pretty good testament to first loss. Best loss if something does crack hard, it's usually right to try to take some measures and. Even, as Jeff said, we are not oversold. Okay. So this is specifically Carter for the Nasdaq for the S. and P. Five hundred, which already said breached that pre pandemic level. Is it smoother sailing or because of the tech leadership, we're also GONNA see a decline that that mirrors this but may not be as deep. Well, that's right. So then it's a question about the markets construction we know top by stocks or twenty, five percent. We know that interestingly just before this crack, the top fifteen stocks as a wait just finally exceeded the dot com peak in ninety nine, and so the question is the Nasdaq composite down eleven percent the S. and P. Down only seven percent is there more to go. Well, if the parts composed the whole, the whole comprises the parts if the big parts have more to go the presumption is that the SNP as more nego- Carter to see you, we'll see you later on options action Carter Braxton Worthy Cornerstone Macro Jeff, males you agree with Carter in this call for a decline of eighteen and a half percent on the Nasdaq from the recent peak. Yeah I do and I think the levels he points out or a really clear in that you have the pre pandemic peak but then you also have the upward sloping two hundred day moving average if you look at the triple cues, for example so I think that would be a really natural resting point for this particular correction and I do worry about the overall market just given the weight of some of these names and because I think the rotation and the cyclicality isn't necessarily prime to take off, that may not carry the day. In terms of the broad market I, think in order for that rotation to happen, you need to see things like consumer confidence, the labor market continued to heal. You know we had this divergence between the labor market and how consumers were actually behaving because of this income replacement that is now gone. So I think the uncertainty there needs to heal a lot more before you can see that rotation and have that value cyclicality carry the market higher Steve In cars world in which this decline happens do your cyclical stocks do better than tech? So I would have agreed with Mr Mills a couple of weeks ago that all of them get pole down to General I at the same rate and velocity the general but the the issue that I'm I'm I'm looking at now is that I m seeing if you chart chemicals right now chemicals don't look so bad on their on their ETF while tech does so to the to answer your question chemicals and sickle goals will rally even with the S&P falling out of bed.
Who Killed the President
"Today. We take a look back in history couple hundred years and asked the question who killed the president. It wasn't the bullet July. Second eighteen eighty one chaim say Garfield arrived at the Baltimore and Potomac train station for a much-needed holiday. Just four months had passed since the former union general in Ohio. Congressman had been sworn in as the nation's. Nation's twentieth president as Garfield Carriage pulled up outside the Baltimore and Potomac Charles Gucci Paste the waiting room inside ready to fulfil what he believed was a mission from God at around nine twenty am. Garfield entered the station. Longside Secretary Blaine, who had offered to escort him to his train, as strode through the waiting room Gutierrez, snuck up behind them drew his pistol. He fired two shots at the. The should from point blank range. The first bullet only grazed Garfield right arm. The second struck Garfield in the lower back, and knocked him to the floor. He was immediately carried to the train and laid on the floor. They're bleeding profusely from his back wound within minutes, ten different doctors had arrived to examine him an try. Locate the second bullet though no one knew at the time, the slug. Slug had missed the president's arteries and vital organs and embedded itself near his pancreas time it was very survivable injury, but the army of well-meaning physicians only worsened the damage by using their unsterilized fingers and wants to probe the wound, introducing germs, and potentially causing an infection Thomas Lister a name. You might recognize from listerine. A big promoter of the danger of germs protested, but the doctors would have. Have none of it after an hour of excruciating prodding, the president was carried for the train station to the bedroom at the White House. Is Doctors feared? He would not survive the night. Forty nine year old president had rallied the first few days after the shooting, but his condition worsened after Dr d Willard Bliss administered heavy doses of Quinine Morphine and alcohol, which brought on doubts vomiting that left. Left him, weak and emaciated bliss also conducted repeated medical probes in a futile attempts to locate the second bullet. In August, he even enlisted the help of telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell who used a crude metal detector, called an induction balance to search for the slug, the machine at work perfectly in test, but the screening failed due to interference from the springs and the president's bed to make matters. Matters worse bell was only permitted to search the right side of Garfield, body, where bliss, incorrectly believed the bullet was lodged by September a massive infection, most likely caused by medical treatment have left Garfield with persistent fever and obsesses over entire body. He was taken to a cottage on Jersey. Shore in the hope that the cool sea air would revive him, but died in the night of September nineteenth. Nineteenth eighteen eighty one. He had been president for just two hundred days. Kill by doctors knocked by the
Disney stock falls as Apple closes stores
"Tech shares the Disney meantime following today's wells. Fargo published a bearish saying. It's a long road ahead for park. Goers in their cruises are unlikely anytime soon, Jeff in the past you have love Disney, and of course this fell Disney did when we got the headline about apple closing some of its stores because there's a fear that there's going to be some some backtracking when it comes to some of these openings. Yeah it. It's a story that long term I still like very much, but obviously in the near term you have a business model that's going to be challenged. You have the parks you have studios. The content creation all the things that Disney is known for its going to be under some pressure you know. When we last talked about the stock. In early May, we were still at the beginning of the momentum and the reopening trade and the virus count going down, you had parked opening in certain international market so I felt like there was a catch up trade between Disney and the broad market and. And over the next three or four weeks you saw Disney makeup ground to the tune of maybe six or seven percent versus the broad-market. Now I think we're in a little bit of a different situation with Disney you've actually had. The stock turned away precisely at the downward sloping two hundred day moving average now you have cases rising in parts of the US rising in other parts of the world, so I get a little bit concerned that the momentum that catch trade is now behind us especially at the valuation where it is now I mean if you look at the price in the mid. One Fifteen, one, sixteen as an example versus Ford earnings. Evaluation looks a little bit ridiculous here. Even the Wells Fargo not came out recently. It's talking about looking to twenty twenty two where earnings would be a little bit more normalized, there are still talking about around twenty three times at a price of one eighteen. Right around where we're trading now so I still like the company long-term if I'm if I'm an investor, already hold the name I'd continue to hold it, but if I'm looking to buy it, I'd be much more excited. Sub One ten closer to one hundred
Conversational AI with Israel Krush of Hyro.ai
"So I'm Israel Co harder and Seal Jairo A. M. I am roaming around and McCurry started late. Two hundred days early defensible says when was in charge of extracting considering message amounts of data for operational needs. That may studied computer science. The district says coming from a machine. Learning Beck rounds started working software engineer. I Inc than than at various start companies from cyber-security at the move the product management Was Product Manager head of of a couple of companies and then most of the state said gazillion. Mba DID MY MBA at Cornell University. This typically the new compass on woodsmen Thailand. And that's actually where I met with. My Co. founders from Cohen. Who studied at Cornell is master's in computer science? We actually met in machine learning class. Wow and do use in disband narrative Dick Campus We knew that one spin out than we actually got exposed to the polyphemus Alexa Google home divisive. And we're very excited about that. That we don't have this in Israel yet am so first of all very excited and then we got a bit disappointed by South. The use cases that it wasn't Tackle as we started exploring I the voice migrant than being dial natural language understanding market including jet right and when we understood that there is a lot to do there. I called a friend of mine. From beyond from eighty two hundred who are Scipio and Co founder and then we also a master's in computer science but he actually studying linguistics in Caroline and research. The English neighbors. We have this unique expertise in The industry it's called their competition linguistics or Google. Five years I that there could search link salmon beyond the USA and then Google Duplex which I'm sure a million happy group at at Google created spoi- suspended scheduled appointments for you restaurants in her salons headed amazing about the. That's right. I remember that I remember that very that was big news at the time wild. That's amazing so you guys really have a lot of expertise coming from different backgrounds but all very relevant to what you do in very interesting so how. How long ago was this that you all met like? How how? How does this company? Yeah so minimum. Method Cornell Tech and I know for the fifteen years but the company fall immediately after graduation so incorporated in June twenty eighth Dean so Less than two years ago. Talk about what we do but basically on on the concept had that accepted to news roundtable accelerator local leading accelerator in New York City And who went from there by developing the MVP getting our first big pilot We have something that we can actually converted to annual contract. Raised are around in a four million dollars the less July and today we're at the end of seventeen people in New York City California and Delaware. Wow that's great. Congratulations on that. So far that's amazing so to tell us more about the company for so what what is it. What do you guys do absolutely so I wrote? One sentence is a black play conversation. I blog form four healthcare providers. So let me break down. Abates conventionally I as I mentioned we're trying to focus on but also the so as long as it's natural language that we don't care about the medium actually understanding natural language in healthcare providers wanted to start with and enterprises organizations Massive amounts of data and That this data is heart navigating and maybe patients or general users. Find it hard to find. Whatever they're looking for or complete the tasks in the transaction did they want to complete and finally in that's the most important aspect of our solution is the blogging play. So why research assistant markets and the generals market. We've learned a lot of a lot of the existing solutions are based on a creation platform so Us As a company gives innovation the creation platform where they can define their intense and build workflows or conversation flows officials says X. replied with fly with another Blind we maybe Detroit Branch Users set and found it to be Embargoes There's friction at both the deployment and maintenance organization so we said we try to look for a completely blogging play approach. So what we do. Is We actually up into the existing data sources of the organization scrape them and we basically translating the the date now? Two different data structure which is a knowledge graph which is composed out of the main entities Andrew attributes and disconnections when this ended his attributes and this is our own representations of the Beta and which we can query natural language sessions. Really give them an embedded that piece of code they just copying base to their Website Call Center. Alexa Google and they have their voice assistant or Well basically the content. Yes so I'm not a computer scientist. That seems like maybe you can just explain that a little bit. How are you able to go? And when you're working with different organizations which which presumably have different ways of organizing their data take one piece of code and yet make it applicable to all these different organizations. Yeah absolutely so. I'll explain a one of the main use cases we've found valuable for healthcare provider is is helping their patients. The physician find the physician based on various attributes of this position when talked about their constructing. This nottage raffle and is a natural In this case the entity is a physician. And I can you might be a geology locations that the accepting insurance length that they accept and so on and so what we do. Is We actually go on by this website? And as all of their physicians went Beijing has been so we scrape them. And we don't care whether it's under the physicians or tens of thousands of physicians with scrape them build this knowledge graph and then on every attribute that the wasn't the data we can basically retrieve the relevant dancer. And I'll give you an interesting example show when we first deployed and we thought about you know people can ask seems like looking for cardiologists to speak Spanish. And ethnic cleansing the upper east side right location language specialities insurance men and so on so we destiny the beat and we actually gave to the first female user to death and she asked for an and that's just the use case that we didn't we didn't think of why a person would fit there by gender. Maybe you think it makes a little sense liquid even think about it was amen to recline with the relevant results. Just because the data was there it was a gender female man for each physician. And I think that's the barrel of actually being based on the data says trying to imagine a pretty finding dates. That's very interesting hot. So was essentially intelligent enough to just use the data. That was there but but bring that back so. Wow very
Your Reward For Hard Work
"Chuck or Ravana Chook mates vein. Chuck is that how? He pronounces a South Fan. Regardless I guess I've just never really listen to him. Say His name probably have but if one of those names convene or illegal the Wine Library guy at crusher guy so much other stuff so much over the years. Busy busy busy. I think most of these these days. He's doing a lot of speaking runs. A big media company all that stuff. It's very stuffy. Stunned social media books and everything else as well but he had to make a few changes in his life and this is a guy that took over a dad's business and just blow it up. Made massive changes in a legacy. Business changes life doing that now. I have always said if you have listened to this program for more than a few months. You probably heard me say this there were award for your success is more work or the reward for hard work is is hard work. That was really surprising to me back in the beginning when I first started out. I thought it was going to be fun radio. Dj and T shirt. When I was eighteen years old little I know I had had actually earn my living. Good news go on the air and eat pizza tucked teenagers. I know is going to be hard work then then I got really successful. Even in this business have really done well and the more successful. I've gotten the more work I've had to do. A lot of folks tell you when they reached the Pinnacle. Whenever Pinnacle is for you. I'm not even close to being there. They'll say it's not what I thought it was GONNA be. They'll say I didn't know I had to spend so much time working on stuff. I if you read the E meth years and years ago it's been updated. What seven or eight times right now? Email basically about starting a business and then realizing you're you're not doing what you love to do. It's the plumber who loves to PLUM AND STARTS A plumbing business and ends a boom bookkeeping not plumbing anymore after think differently sometimes the reward for success is certainly going to be more work. But it's okay. It's kind of the work you love to do. But sometimes you get a little bit off track. And you have to make some adjustments. That's exactly what happened to Gary began. Mgm I made a decision. He didn't make. I decided that I was not going to base my life as a speaker on the road. There's nothing wrong with that. I LOVE SPEAK TO GATT in front of the audiences and keynote speaker specialist. We get paid to go talk. That's why wouldn't right people ask me what I do for a living. I said get paid to talk. It's awesome but I decided I was gonna live my life on the road because you've talked to anybody who does it. All they talk about is when I'm on the road all the time. I never home beautiful people wonderful events. Everything's scraping. I'm on the road all the time two hundred days a year. Sometimes if you're successful make a lot of money but you never home. My Imagination told me that was going to be fun. My Heart told me better that I prefer to be closer to home. So that's why built the business away built it. I can go and travel when I want to. Now Gary's case he enjoyed that he had success. Speaking still does a lot of it mentoring and teaching but there was a very simple problem. He wasn't engaging and doing he's a guy that likes to be in the trenches. It wasn't happy as he would say. It's not the way our role when I heard him say that I kind of took it to heart. I said Wow I'm the same way. It's not the where we're all in every single day as I construct decide what I want to do. That's one of the biggest questions I have. Is it the way I roll? And sometimes it is when I started out and sometimes it is when I'm on the way but when I get there it's different if you ever notice that you set a goal. Remember the goal is all about the journey. It's not about the completion of the journey. Have you ever set a goal to do something very difficult to do and you finally got there when you got there? Wasn't the way your old. Maybe you did just along the way you got exactly what you want when you got there is cool and now you're busier than ever that that relaxation those multiple thirty vacations per year all the money in the bank. Big Home and everything else and suddenly. You're working hard to keep it the reward for your success. The reward for hard work is certainly going to be more work. And that's why you need to make sure your land in place. You absolutely enjoy when you do this so I don't know where you're starting out today. I don't know what you plan on doing. I don't know what you want to build. I know what your career is. Your family is your job. I don't know I do know this. You need to have to have an idea of what you WANNA BE. How you want to feel what your experience dated. Life needs to be a need to work on that equation and make sure it happens all along the way equation this because it's adding subtracting in multiple dividing every single day emails. You read text. You take people you talk to phone calls you make every single one changes the equation a little bit. So if you're not really really aware of where what you want what you want to create and when you arrive. How do you know that you get there if not really really wear that happening? You are GonNa be Busier because you've had success and the very nature of is people look at you and go while you're so successful. Can you help me? And that's going to keep you busier than ever. So when they say. Hey we're going to give you more work for all the work you've done you need to ask yourself. Is that how I
The Saudi Arabia-Russia oil war, explained
"Let me begin with a very silly rudimentary question that is like a lay up for you but to a lay person like me it's it's actually confusing so I'm watching the news today about corona virus and I was watching Maria Bartiromo show earlier when I was in the green room getting ready for America's newsroom on the news channel and much of the discussion on the panel surrounded this whole fight over oil prices and and oil and how that might affect fracking and and shale producing here in the United States and I was sort of thrown for a loop a little bit because I associated the selloff on the markets recently completely with corona virus but there's this other massive story that I just haven't had the band with to really follow or process properly can you just walk us through what's happening on that side yeah sure Saudi Arabia basically lives off its oil sector if you'll all of its government payments to its citizens that those payments go don't go to its citizens and they have a problem the Saudi Arabia got really mad Russia refused to cut its oil output by half a million barrels a day so Saudi Arabia which has tremendous supply capacity it's considered quote the central bank of oil for years or decades Saudi Arabia can easily open the spigots and it did it drove down prices sparking a global price for during week demand when much of the world is in recession so the fact that Saudi plans to now increase their oil output per day above ten million barrels that's the problem we currently pumps about nine point seven million barrels a day but the thing is it has the capacity to ramp up to to put out twelve and a half million barrels a day do you see oil prices plunging by massive double digit drops and weak but here's the flip side of that the plunge in prices we could maybe see two dollars maybe a Buck fifty a gallon right as the summer driving season starts plus it helps the jet fuel costs for US airlines battered by the corona virus problem when oil prices go down like this says that the trend of it the oil patch guide to saying this is a one trillion dollar stimulus for the world economy so there's always an offset so when we saw that when there's a shake out like that when oil prices plunge like that the shale producers in the oil patch guys are kind of on the margin they borrowed a lot of money to fund their operations that jump on high interest rate they can't make money when oil plunges like that often it said they may be forty five dollars a barrel maybe more it's a break even point for it R. U. S. producers and other producers that so you know so when they boil price plunges they don't have the cash flow to pay back from from forty five which would be into what well if it goes below that I mean we're talking now I hate I feel bad for guys in all the patch but the I'm talking to traders in the pits they're talking thirty dollars a barrel of so you know so that's painful for a sector that has stopped us from tipping into recession under the Obama administration does it get any credit much credit for that but it did to protect the food going into depression thanks to the recession forgive me reception reception during the crash but it also has made us do a political force around the world right now the biggest producers around the world prices were independent we went from being dependent to independent to a net exporter which is a huge development for for the U. S. economy but Elizabeth before we turn to corona virus one of the countries that wasn't mentioned in your answer but is at play in very much in the mix with this price war that's going on in the oil market you mentioned Russia you mention of course the U. S. you mentioned Saudi Arabia how does China factor in well it's interesting China factors big because China buys a lot of its oil from Saudi it does take up a lot from Russia but truth be told it does play a lot of Iranian oil and that is saying of course the trump administration because of sanctions against Iran US crude is also a big player for China China has always been watchful of what goes on in the Persian Gulf with the tree for mood attack so you know there is that China is China's a big fourth two given demand there in that country it's it's a powerful force since since you mention just to jump and you mentioned Iran as well my wheels are now turning in my head and I'm thinking about the corona virus disaster in Iran where they were not taking it seriously they were completely dishonest and opaque about everything and now you have a significant number of the members of their sort of fake parliament who have been infected with corona virus it is a huge huge problem with the with rates of people infected very high and of course we don't know the real numbers because it's a very secretive regime you have that problem piled on top of what was already a period of significant economic turmoil and hardship where you saw demonstrators in the streets of people being killed and imprisoned now if you put on top of that a collapse in the price of oil that is the last thing that the Iranian regime probably wants right Iran also filtered into Turkey and and into India yes you're absolutely right about what's going on on the streets of Iran I mean if they did that what I I have to stress it again I mean our oil sector is the powerful the US domestic and geopolitical force so anything that can be done to support it it's good for the country so you know do I see Russia interfering here that's the rumor mill cranking that you know we understand that you know Russia's Putin has been battling it's gonna minute metal this way be the oil market market I mean that's just a rumor we don't know that for sure we do know that Russia unlike unlike a lot of these players they've got a gigantic what's called the sovereign wealth funds like you know I'm always laughing when nor of wind you know Bernie Sanders brings up the Nordic model as can even ritualism capitalism Norway has one of the biggest sovereign wealth funds in the world built by the oil it's it's massive oil and and gas sector so Russia has the defense of advantage here they kept a hundred fifty billion dollar wealth fund to offset any slump and bolster the ruble I'm not sure that Iran has that so turning to corona virus later on the program congressman Adam Kinzinger a Republican from Illinois he's gonna be here I'm curious to ask him about the appetite among house Republicans Senate Republicans people on the hill on the right side of the aisle is there an appetite there for what the president has just been talking about the last day or so we saw a bit of a better day certainly on Wall Street today than we did yesterday fueled in part by a stimulus package that might be employed to help prop up certain businesses and help people who might be displaced or quarantine for periods of time who couldn't work out what is your assessment of what the president has suggested it's nothing official yet what do you think would be effective what don't you think would be effective in is there a political will to get that sort of thing down in your view I'd not sure they have the political will I think I yeah I just we could just cross that Steven Mnuchin is now going to meet with Nancy Pelosi this is as of early earlier in the day you know so I do I just want to see the details of it I don't know if it's going to be a two percentage point payroll tax cut that the president wants and that the short term stimulus that does put a lot of money in people's hands of you know it will impede the holiday that will last until June the payroll tax cut for Willie structure collapses and wait for it until after the election right SBA loans are they going to be interest free you know I am I'm going to get on a phone call with a lot of hospital directors tomorrow I want to understand what their needs all right in the face of the corona virus outbreak so you know we already have a one mile quarantine zone around newer shell I'm here in New York City this is north of the city I just wonder if there's any talk about what the doctors and hospitals on the front lines of this need and if those needs are going to be met I know the White House is intensifying the push for coronavirus measure of what is that Democrats appetite for the Democrats would have to sign off on any payroll tax cut how do you view the state of the economy because we just saw on Friday another monster jobs report it seems like absent this epidemic this health crisis things were continuing term steam roll right along in a really positive way to what extent could this situation coronavirus grind all of that to hold or could it be you know is there an opportunity for what was an underlying strong economy to bounce back very quickly what what what's your sense of that you know I like that guy I like these questions because I think you sense of them totally geek and nerd at heart I mean I've been a key key highlights of blood that could directly right I mean you know I'm geeky and nerdy United but study all sorts of trend lines that cover corporate accounting scandals like testified before Congress about the IRS twice I get into the footnotes of it I'm just watching data I like watching data crossing I think this economy is really strong I think it's in a powerful floating right now and while it's a powerful I was surprised Wall Street was surprised to see solid two hundred fifty three thousand jobs report last Friday that says the bid you know the numbers coming in for temporary right when you know the corona virus we knew about starting in December you know in the revisions to the prior month went up I'm looking at an S. and P. five hundred that has quadrupled over eleven years I'm looking at apple doubling within about two years time Microsoft doubling with an attack around two years time I'm looking at S. and P. five hundred and the two hundred day moving average it's holding its finding support at a trend line that sort of connecting to these other bottoms we saw in October two thousand eleven and December twenty eighteenth what do I say those those around government shutdown fight so those are sort of market crack up but when you see the S. and P. holding at that level you have to say what supporting it there's not a bear market capitulation right now I don't know if we cut the bottom yesterday for going to continue as the coronavirus progresses but I do think it will probably likely get worse before it gets better but I think we're in a solid position in terms of other countries around the world to booklet so whether this out of this is the time I think for leadership this is the time not to panic not to go off in and on any speculation you read on social media it's a time for calm and leadership in I feel pretty calm and strong right now personally that we are going to get through this for sure well if you like that sort of analysis you can have an hour of it every single night on fox business network six PM eastern time it is the evening at it with the host Elizabeth McDonald who has been my guest here on the guy Benson show Elizabeth a pleasure having you on thanks so much in such a busy and tumultuous day we appreciate
The Bullish Take on FedEx
"Gentlemen. We're going to kick off this sort of I ever edition of trader versus trader. Tim Round one goes to you. The bullish take on Fedex. And we're not friends right now. Let's be clear. I want a piece of Dan. So here we go. I I want to talk a little bit about The way markets are trading right. Now first of all we are seeing value plays Fedex's evaluation if I WANNA make value Danielson value trap. But it's certainly trading historical evaluation trough. That's one part of this growth valuation trough on the other side. The more important here what's the catalyst for Fedex? It's absolutely this integration of using express to complete the final ground that is a massive cost savings. You could make an argument. This is now ten percent of EPS. If you look towards twenty twenty one which is when you'll start to see. These people have been waiting for Fred Smith to wake up and actually begin to do this. There's other callous. Also you're gonNA see less of an overhang from TNT. You're going to see jet fuel prices. That are actually a benefit to them the Amazon overhang channels and cycles out by the second half of two thousand twenty one finally I think Dan. I totally disagree on this. But if you look at this chart I actually think Fedex after a year and a half of essentially going through a base but certainly for the last nine months somewhere around this one forty level. I actually think you've started to see. The stock began to take off here now. This is now finally above the two hundred day right in here. It's been trading above the two hundred moving day average for the first time for the longest time than it has in the last nine months or so. I think the stocks actually breaking out. Okay Dan. You're the bear. Give us the case. Here's not came out. Here'S THE PROBLEM. So Tim just said somewhere around the one forty level will. The stock is trading somewhere above the one sixty level. So I think about this a little differently here. Here's a company that's had a whole host of problems over the last year and a half or so. They range from slowing global growth. Strong dollar trade. War didn't really help them out. Some of those competitive issues that Tim sees as catalysts in a year. I see as a problem near term and see a problem for their earnings power and I actually agree with him. I think that there's probably one more bad guy down when they got it. Down in December analysts took a slashing to twenty twenty and twenty twenty one. I have one more quarter like that. The other thing is about the competition. We know that that that headline about Amazon pulling that last mile stuff the residential delivery is a problem for this company right now the skew right now between business to business is residential is not working out for them and I think there needs to be some restructuring. He said Fred Smith. Finally I love Fred Smith. He invented this industry. He'll get it right but my whole point in the near term and this is why. I want to go to the technicals here when they report next month. I think you're going to have another guy down. I think you're have another slash guidance and I look at this chart. I like to draw lines. Tim just to eyeball things that is a. I mean one of the most well-defined down. Reggie to ask by being manned Carter would say to the petty to the Penny Penny. That's the one year chart. Let's go to the five year chart. There's your downtrend here's your support that he's talking about down there at one forty. That's twelve percent away. People and I see an air pocket down to one twenty. I think if you see a guy down analysts cut those numbers you see the stock down ten fifteen percent. That's what you buy
"two hundred day" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"George and while we're just about what in the throes of moving into October and with that we celebrate the sixty second anniversary of space exploration with Sputnik so naturally George we begin with space and many people may know this but here's some more details on the big SpaceX news over the weekend George a ticket to see the starship is not an incredible my gosh gorgeous just totally amazed at a hundred and sixty four foot tall for crab fuel by as it hopefully will fly within the next six months that's optimistic by sub cooled methane and what's what oxygen it's actually made of stainless steel and so many people that were with Mister what I wish we were there to see it I'm sure someday we might this particular object of course is so shiny as people describe they built it for a reason George they made out of stainless steel over carbon fiber because of the great strengths and temperature capabilities. of stainless steel out in the dark void of space but you know I must said it best best and he quoted that this way like an ICBM level lands is how he described the starship the subject of course and spacecraft will hopefully be launched a new facility called the Boca chica village Texas launch facility way down in the southern part of Texas what sort of astronomy the sound at or near its solar minimum for twenty nineteen people probably know a little bit about it but the sun is one spot was for nearly two hundred day is as we approach what may be one of the deepest solar minimum well over a hundred years and another one of these solar minimums back in two thousand and eight the sun produce two hundred and sixty eight days with no visible sponsor some spots that is or seventy three percent of the entire year was spotless and then that would been some signs George of some weak activity and signs of sunspot cycle twenty five we wrap it up with the live scan I welcome to October everyone has a great month for astronomy because of the clearing cools guys that returned to much of the nation begin by looking tonight as you move into the sky as of course as we move into the next sunset period you'll see the moon and Jupiter very close on the night of the third and the moon and Saturn on the fifth but look to the north west guys on the knights of knights of October seventh and eighth George for what might be a good meteor shower this one colder Konitz they're known for slow fireballs what has to happen in the early evening.
"two hundred day" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And now it's time for our weekly report with Stephen Kate's doctor sky about all things going on up there hi Steven Georgian while we're just about what in the throes of moving into October and with that we celebrate the sixty second anniversary of space exploration with Sputnik so naturally George we begin with space and many people may know this but here's some more details on the big SpaceX news over the weekend George a ticket to see the starship of mine and cry all my gosh gorgeous just totally made a hundred and sixty four foot tall crap fuel by as a hopefully will fly within the next six months that's optimistic by sub Gould methane and what's what oxygen it's actually made of stainless steel and so many people that were with Mister what I wish we were there to see it I'm sure someday we might this particular object of course is so shiny as people describe they built it for a reason George they made out of stainless steel over carbon fiber because of the great strains and temperature capabilities. of stainless steel out in the dark void of space but you know I'm not said it best best and he quoted that this way like an ICBM that lands is how he described the starship the subject of course and spacecraft will hopefully be launched a new facility called the Boca chica village taxes launch facility way down in the southern part of Texas in astronomy the Suns at or near its older minimum for twenty nineteen people probably know a little bit about it but the sun is one spot was for nearly two hundred day is as we approach what may be one of the deepest solar minimum well over a hundred years and another one of these older minimum back in two thousand and eight the sun produced two hundred and sixty eight days with no visible sponsor some spots that is were seventy three percent of the entire year was what was and then that would been some signs George of some weak activity and signs of sons what cycle twenty five we wrap it up with the live scan I welcome to October everyone has a great month for strong to me because of the clearing cools guys that returned to much of the nation begin by looking tonight as you move into the sky as of course as we move into the next sunset period you'll see the moon and Jupiter very close on the night of the third and the moon and Saturn on the fifth but look to the north west guys on the knights of knights of October seventh and eighth George for what might be a good meteor shower this one called the proponents they're known for slow fireballs what has to happen in the early evening.
Ethiopian Airlines backs Boeing despite disaster
"Airlines believes in Boeing well. They're the ones that lost the plane. Let me be clear. The open airlines believes in Boeing they have been a partner of ours. For many years says their CEO this declaration comes despite the March tenth crash of the carrier's Boeing, seven four thirty seven max eight aircraft that killed all one hundred and fifty seven people on board. And led to the model being grounded around the world. Well, apparently Boeing is getting closer to a patch. That would solve the problem because it seems like the planes. Don't have any other problems. Okay. It looks to return the seven thirty seven commercial service backing into services quickly as possible. They Boeing is invited more than two hundred global airline pilots technical leaders and regulators for an information session on Wednesday. In a sign that a plan software patches, nearing completion. Now this pats is good. What other problems Boeing have? Well, they have that liability obviously, but they are working on getting those planes back in the air seems to me like the fundamentals are still very strong for Boeing. So what I've done through the autumn this as I've held my stock. I'm not getting hurt on it anymore. I got her initially with the sell off. But it's near it's two hundred day moving average. It's going sideways. It's building a base, and it looks like they're going to get that plane back in the air. And it won't be long until this will pass over like most crises do in individual stocks slow for now I continue to own my Boeing in both my premier growth, and in my income and growth
Stock market charts point to more trouble ahead: Small-cap stocks close to 'death cross'
"Welcome back to fast one small caps getting crushed now inching towards a death cross. That sounds scary. Good because it's usually for the market for more on what's behind the move. Let's get to Bob Bassani at the new York Stock Exchange. Hey, Bob about the death cross. Listen, there's been a lot of buzz around the off and FANG and semi's and other technicians, but less attention has been paid to the big decline in small cap stocks since the end of September. The Russell two thousand is down twelve percent. And it's performing worse than the NASDAQ one hundred. That's the tech bellwether. Everybody's worried about there's also been significant technical deterioration the fifty day moving average of sixteen fifteen right now, it's sitting right on the two hundred day moving average if that fifty day drops below the two hundred day, this is that so called death cross, and it usually signifies at least more short term pain ahead that is the case since the end of the financial crisis. The Russell two thousand has had five death crosses one month later. The Russell fell average of two percent trading. Negatively, four out of those five times. But not. Necessarily longer term. It's been positive three months later most of the time. So what's going on here? These are domestic companies. Okay. So the global growth slowdown story. It doesn't really apply here higher rates. That's definitely a big challenge for small companies. We know that but tariff O's can also affect smaller companies if they're importing parts, for example, the decline did begin when Tara started kicking it on Chinese goods at the end of September. All right. There's a smoking gun. Here's another issue. Cap companies. Overall did not report the war robust earnings growth that the large cap companies reported and they posted a fewer beats than large cap companies in the third quarter. That's very interesting. All right. What does it all mean here since these are domestic stocks, and they are under performing the market seems to be implying that domestic growth in the US next year may not be strong as expected now. This is really hotly debated right now. I think the correct way to look at this is that the under performance is not. So great right now that it would necessarily lead. That conclusion, but I think it definitely bears watching back to you, Melissa. All right. Thank you very much. Bob Pisani on small caps. So do you think that it's because of the fundamental things tearing at this mall cap slowing domestic growth of terrorists things like this. I do the irony, of course, is that small business confidence has been at record record levels. Again, we go back to two thousand for some of this. So there's there is a bit of contrast. I just went out the last death cross of significance for the Wm though is in September of two thousand fifteen which was a terrible period. Actually, small-cap stocks actually did sell off another twenty percents. I'm not saying were there. I'm saying some of the same conditions are exactly there. You've got a fed hiked at the end of that year is their first hike market should have been ready for we're ready for this. December dollar was strengthening we were having some growth fears, and we had one of the worst I quarters that we've had in the market even since before the crisis. So that's the last history of death cross. I think the setup is two thousand sixteen
"two hundred day" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"What's going on? Jim. It's the weekend man, fresh off a trip from California good to be back and really excited because the market's moving all over the place tons of volatility higher. Highs lower lows broken Molo is two hundred day moving average a lot of stocks in the market lost to talk about really need to focus on self directing. Because a lot of people are worried too scared. They're nervous think it's like two thousand eight it's not a matter of if it's a matter of when the market is going to correct eventually, and we have to be prepared so self directing needs to be our first order business. Absolutely. And of course, head over to Facebook like us at bulls and bears radio or follow us on Instagram at bulls and bears OTA so champion a lot of stuff going on in social media. These days the YouTube channel just about to release and I'm pumped up. Yeah. We're excited. We're going to be shared. The message of bulls and bears about capital preservation about making money any market about the lies of Wall Street because Wall Street is trying to convince people that they're not smart enough to handle their own money that when the market goes down. You just supposed to ride it out and stay the course. And that's that's not true. There's a lot of things we can do to profit, regardless of market direction and most importantly. It's time for a lot of listeners to take control their own money. Exactly. And they should take control their own money. And that's what we're talking about. When we get to self directing understanding that the average person to somebody who has a job has a family can manage their own money. Now, there's people that don't want to that's obvious. But a lot of people right now, and especially with the movements that were having in the market in the past couple of months, a lot of people are wondering, what would it look like if they were managing it versus letting someone else manage it. What it would look like a shot to hit their financial goals? See the problem is that the average 4._0._1._K balance in this country's right around one hundred grand now don't get excited folks that's retirement nest egg that's not going to last very long in retirement when you finally start to utilize it and take money out of that. And that's pre-tax. I mean after taxes you look at about sixty grand think about this. How long would sixty grand last you and your current standard of living probably not very long. And so the problem is is that if we don't change what we're doing. We're not going to change our results. And so a lot of people are starting to look for self directing as a methodology to get to this success they need and there were nest egg in there what we call the wealth bucket. And so when we look at the SNP for the year we. We go back to January second it was right around twenty seven hundred and right around. Now, it's just a little above twenty seven hundred facts about one percent for the year. If you think about that were eleven months into the year, and we're one percent up. Now if you factor in the fees which are anywhere from two to five percent annual we're down for the year. So how can you ever hit your financial goals if you contributing into an account that's losing money? See the problem is is that many people don't realize that they are smart enough to manage your own money. Because Wall Street has you convention not sophisticated enough. And you don't have the skill set to take control those resources. We believe that you can. And what's frustrating for us. There's a lot of people telling you don't worry about it, the right on the radio shows talk shows on you bring you money to we'll put you in a fixed income product. And what they're doing is trying to sell you an annuity. Now. I'm not saying that a new easer all bad. What I'm saying is that there's a lot of times when somebody wants to put you in an annuity that they're really focused on their own success. They get a large commission on the front end anywhere. From four to ten percent. You tie your money from anywhere from seven to twenty years. And you get a surrender charge. If you want to get any liquidity out of that account. You can't touch your money you pay a penalty to get your own money out who would do that. Now, imagine if you could use the same thing, the same skills that the person who bills you nudity does and do it yourself. In other words, if you could self direct and create that same income product by utilizing the same resources in the same products that are available in the markets. That's called self directing what I'm saying. Is this any results at any annuity can get you you can do better, and you can do it without the fees and without the surrender charges and without the loss of liquidity in your own account. There's ways to do that it's called self directing. And we had bulls and bears believe you're smart enough. See Wall Street's got you convince you not smart enough to handle your own money. That's what you give it to somebody else. I'm not smart enough. That's not my area of expertise. Imagine. If you could learn some basic skills to get you the results you wanted grow that nest egg and ultimately hit those financial goals. That's call self directing. Now, let me ask you question. What if you don't learn the skills of self, directing what's going to be your solution? You're gonna stay in that 4._0._1._K and hope. The market doesn't go down and hope that the fees. Don't take enough off your bottom line that you can eventually walk away and live the life. You want at retirement age. That's a pipe dream for most people, and we know that we see it consistently. What I love about being senior coach at online trade academy is people come into our kademi, and they're literally showing us these 4._0._1._K pictures, and it's not enough. It's never enough. And then they get scared to death. We get high volatility in the markets like we're seeing right now. And they don't know what to do you need to know what to do financial success requires you to pay attention. What that means is you need to learn the skills of self directing. Absolutely, a nobody cares. More about your money than you. And that's why you have to take a moment and ask yourself. What am I doing? What am I really doing to get this to the next level that you mentioned it earlier champ that no one really grows true success in a 4._0._1._K? And if someone is self directing that four to six hours a month, and that's a game changer form and that gets them to retirement with with confidence. It gets them to retirement with you know, comfort and having more than what they need that. That's a life change. I mean, we speak constantly of the inefficiency the four one case. System. It was never meant to be a pension was meant to be a savings account. And when pensions went away, and they're gone. A lot of people figured well. This is my pension. It's not it's a finite number. And if you don't continue to grow it, regardless of what the market does. You're never gonna hit your long term goal. We can stop worrying about money. And so for a lot of people when they realized that they can learn the skills to do better themselves and not pay those fees. It's a game changer. It's an eye opener for them. And what I love is. I've seen people that literally have no knowledge of the markets. Get a little bit of knowledge a little bit of education on how to make better decisions. And they've started to get compounding growth in those accounts. They've started and not pay those fees and ultimately able to utilize the same instruments that Wall Street uses exchange-traded funds bond funds, all those things that Wall Street uses to create these products that they try to sell you that certified financial planner tries to sell you. You can create that same product yourself with the same result without the fees. And here's the beautiful thing director to the market. Doesn't matter up is good down as good. So you can profit regardless and you don't have to hope the market does. Go down you can actually profit from that. And that's the key. So when you begin to realize it's vailable, and that it just takes a little bit of time and effort and energy to learn the skills. It really gets a lot of people excited because they finally start to see that. There's a light at the end of the tunnel down yesterday. Exactly. And that's why our sponsor Online Trading Academy. They understand a lot of people out there want to self direct. They don't believe they have enough time. They don't believe they have enough capital, and whatever capital you have. And whatever time you have is all the time you ever going to have. And that's why they understand a lot of people are trying to figure out how can they manage their own money while still having a job in a family, and they teach a class specifically on self direction. This is a five hundred dollar value classes taught at their campus. 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Fast Money 10/31/18
"Tom Lee put on an interesting note this morning, highlighting when. The most oversold sectors cracked the way, they have they get deeply oversold. They tend to snap back and we're starting to see that here now. So what are you buy? I still like charts that are in better technical profiles. There's lots of names you can buy are dumpster stocks or deeply oversold, but here's Conaco in the energy. Patch really hasn't broken down. This is a daily chart it only goes back a year and a half. And it's sitting at some very important price support right at its two hundred day moving average in the starting to hook up and you're starting to see a little bit of relative strength. So that's an interesting name in a beaten down sector next that we look at the industrials. And these are all stocks that rank very highly on our quantitative models. Sam doctors model these are all in the top quintile, and here's Norfolk Southern so again, you could dumpster die. But here's a stock. That's corrected back into a lot of support rate to the two hundred day, and that relative strength is starting to hook up as well. So good looking charts. Still enough trends bouncing off the two hundred day relative strengths improving. I think those are healthy names. Looking at within these beaten down sectors. And lastly, well, this is a weaker name. And this is a weekly chart going much farther back two thousand fourteen Air Products. Again, highly ranked on our quantitative model run by San doctor off the two hundred week moving average the four year moving average, and you're starting to see very early signs of a positive divergence. So those are three names if you're looking to be buying into sickle area. Those the names I'd be looking at. All right. Rob bunch of come on over. Stephanie O'Brien Charing. Thanks deafening. Shoving. So in terms of seeing these sectors as do for some sort of a bounce seem to paint a picture of a strong economy or strengthening Connie on the bounce on the or saying that these sectors are going to bounce materials energy and industrial certainly in longer term downtrends. I think we wanna be I wanna separately. Technically, the difference between stocks and sectors in downtrends, deeply oversold and staging oversold recovery rallies. But I think last rate in the year end possibly into the first quarter seasonally strong periods of time. So very depressed almost like a beach ball being pressed down. They pop back up, but I'm not convinced sustained leadership in two thousand nineteen. We're I'm still concerned technically on the whole market cycle that began in two thousand sixteen is fraying you're starting to see lower highs. You're seeing trend breaks develop across emerging markets EPA cyclical sectors like financials and industrials. So a tremendous trade, but unlikely sustained leadership from technical stamps.
Google, Facebook and Microsoft discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"That they were giving you the most growth, and they certainly had most exposure to the the online exposure and social media cetera. But Facebook, I won't talk about that's for another day. But I I I think Facebook is being perceived differently. Google I think starts to fall into that category. As well. There's nothing wrong. I think with Google's business they're giving you twenty two twenty three percent growth. I think the tack costs are starting to the margins are starting to weigh on them. But ultimately, this is a company that I think is in the pole position of some of the leading parts of the future of the internet including by. But I just think that FANG as a group are done, and I think they're done because people are starting to discriminate between those companies that are are using your data that have regulatory risk. They're going to have a higher cost of security and services and defending and I think Google fits in that group. See you think that under daylight today where we have a revenue for Amazon and for alphabet that we can go into tomorrow's trade. And theoretically, the NASDAQ could move higher with these particular names moving lower. Are you separated? No, it's not it's not what I meant. I think the people are going to first of all pick a new acronym. And I'll let them, you know, spell that out themselves. But I think if you look at the trip accused, which are these names, we traded back up to this one seventy one seventy two level, which is the two hundred day and failed. And in fact, with these two big names, which make up probably twenty percent of it. I think that's a big deal. And I think actually you're going to trade. Absolutely the well. So if the question is can the market rally back back towards those show. The Microsoft apple Google, the m m you want any big all these had one. I got a man I'll just say, I just can't. I mean, so when you think about some of the groups, you know, obviously, we had some massive moves today and things like homebuilders and autos and stuff that have been performing very, well, let me tell you that didn't act particularly well, and that was the banks the underperformed the SNP here. I mean, we think about leadership it has to be the sort of stuff that's associated with a booming economy of opportunities overseas for grow all those sorts of things in those sectors in our market don't act, well, and we know for years that people have been talking about the maga- the secular trends, right with Microsoft. We just saw it's this switch to cloud based systems,
"two hundred day" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Once again to investor's edge. How's your day? It was quite the interesting day. That's all I can tell you. A bounce. Oh near any worse than that. But when I do the weight of the evidence, let me just throw few things the as I said the SNP finished at the two hundred day moving average, just so you know, in February two hundred day moving average to the penny at bounced in late March early April, the S and P undercut a couple of days on the two hundred day moving average bounced early may two hundred day moving average bounced undercut the two hundred day and now bounce. This will be an important juncture, by the way, even at the close today if given back all your gains. The early January. SNP the Dow little better than the others that was held up best that when a little bit below finished the two hundred day a little bit higher than it. Keep in mind. In late March early April two hundred day may two hundred day June July two hundred day. So this is the place. This is the frequent important place that these areas need to halt. The nasdaq. Finished on two hundred day moving average undercut it finished on it. The NASDAQ one hundred better than the NASDAQ. And both of those basically tag the two hundred back in those same days. But. To a few bits of cold water on thanks. Transports firmly below the.
"two hundred day" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Feel better. If you talk to. Once again to investor's edge. How's your day? It was quite the interesting day. That's all I can tell you. About when go near any worse than that. But when I do the weight of the evidence, let me just throw few things the as I said the SNP finished at the two hundred day moving average, just so you know, in February the two hundred day moving average to the penny at balanced in late March early April, the S and P undercut a couple of days on the two hundred day moving average bounced early may two hundred day moving average bounced undercut the two hundred day and now bounce. This will be an important juncture, by the way, even at the close today if given back all your gains. The early January. SNP the Dow little better than the others. Dow was held up best that went a little bit below finished the two hundred day a little bit higher than it. Keep in mind. In late March early April two hundred day may two hundred day June July two hundred day. So this is the place. This is the freakin important place that these areas need to hold. The nasdaq. Finished on two hundred day moving average undercut it finished on it. The NASDAQ one hundred better than the NASDAQ. And both of those basically tag the two hundred back in those days. But. A few bits of cold water on thanks. Transports firmly below the.
Theresa May Wins Cabinet Backing for U.K. Soft Brexit Blueprint
"Adm across emerets five and if you're in london this is bloomberg daybreak middle east i'm used to the dean and the question you gotta ask yourself this morning is is the goldilocks environments to live in the markets jeffrey would say absolutely interesting moves in global markets just by looking at it you wouldn't think that trade tensions are escalating espn closing about nine tenths of one percent higher that is a rally that saw sexist like copper and biotech leading gains this is the highest close in more than two weeks for the sds over ninety percent of the index rising little bit of risk appetite returning ironically we'll get to that shortly those coming around brent crude seventy seven dollars a barrel a little bit lower we had a surprise build in us inventories one point two five million barrels last week specifically that was countered to the bloomberg survey that suggested that build up of course we did rather reached seventy five dollars a barrel for wto for the first time since two thousand fourteen was important week plenty more to digest on the energy front as well keep an eye on cable football might be coming home sending men did very well last night cheers around this office cables up for a half of one percent theresa may wins the backing of a cabinet for what's being called a gangster like soft brexit on a good brexit i comes up jen says about buck thirty four on a dime side scenario a buck twentyfive of course it depends on how the europeans take this one hundred businesses sign a letter saying kill this plan at because it's just too unwielding dollar indexed on a third of one percent i mentioned goldilocks rising jobs no hike in wages the greenback posted its worst wiki declined since march the fourth straight week of a drop and closing hundreds two hundred day moving average for the third week in a row so are dollar having let's get to christine harvey should get you up to speed with all the other stories making the i would headlines christine north korea has slammed the us position on denuclearization during two days of meetings with mike pompeo as gangster like that's just hours after the secretary of state said he'd add goodfaith negotiations with his counterparts in pyongyang the news suggests ask re analysts had feared the two sides remain far apart on their goals and at the north promises are uk prime minister theresa may has won a crucial victory over pro brexit cabinet members after twelve hour meeting her government will now back a wide ranging plan to keep close trade ties with the european union after leaving the block trade that will protect jobs and livelihoods also meet our commitment to northern ireland we've also agreed new business friendly customs model.
"two hundred day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I wish i could report to you something better but i can't the dow transports finished the little bit below the two hundred eight moving average at on the defense of the nyse composite below the two hundred day moving average by the way the nyse today was one hundred and thirty one finished only up twenty eight and that's below the two hundred day the dow jones industrials on the two hundred day moving average the s and p five hundred better than the dow sitting on the fifty day moving average the nasdaq better than both little bit above but definitively got some distribution going on there the semiconductor index just hold on by its chinni trench in right the two hundred day moving average and the financials which would win so well early the xl left hit twenty seven closed the twenty six fifty six still above support but man oh man feels like it's trying to climb up a rope and the rope has nothing has syrup bonnet syrup can stick how 'bout vegas's a lean i don't think you can stick the vazza laying right anyway you ever see the end of the movie dr no with james bond doctor no was trying to come back up and it was all greasy the the metal she went right into the vat of acid so the market is trying to do right now so i'm less than thrilled i want to let you know that nike was up eight bucks on earnings today even though warnings and sales are in the mid teens but better than expected that's good for the dow by the way turns out nike was the whole dow today yes that is correct nike was the whole dow today i wanna take a little turn here for a second because i am getting tons of emails on marijuana stocks for all of you that are interested with marijuana stocks i'm letting you know there's this thing the symbolist gc it's called canopy growth canada based company manufactures and sells marijuana for medical and recreational cannabis consumers with a free bag of the reto anyway i don't know exactly what happened but i believe that traded bulletin board at it started trading on the regular nasdaq in may i don't know what to tell you they lose money does less than eighty million in revenues all the other marijuana stocksi obscene trade on bulletin board and typically five letters so i can only put it in two words no opinion that's all i don't have an opinion i really don't but i want i was thinking through a couple things with the weed and stuff like that you know when you buy it from your neighborhood deal you don't have to pay sales tax you know that but now you would you know at these whatever dispensaries whatever they call them so you know maybe amazon one day we'll put it on amazon prime or something in you know but you have to pay tax with them to now i just don't have an opinion and i will tell you that i really did not follow the bulletin board names of i heard they had some pretty darn good moves i just looked at a couple of companies they sell weed a couple of buddies i had in college they sold we'd that's what they did give me the dime bag the nickel bag let me give me give me the weight thing they use twoway at no and they were very big on the baggage you know hey we gotta go to albertson get some baggies the interesting thing about marijuana i gotta tell you the one thing that really sticks out for me i was in aspen colorado a year year and a half ago and it was nighttime and myself in another couple went to dinner in downtown aspen and we were out late at is interesting because you know what happened that might johnny manziel came in and they had a cover his head with a hoodie because he was so darn wasted hopefully he's gotten over this drinking thing that was just a side note anyway so we're walking around in the towns like dead because it's late at night it's cold out and everybody's tucked away reading for skiing next day walking around the town and a couple of stores were shutting most everything else was shot and then all of a sudden we saw this bright light and just a humming noise and we turn the corner.
"two hundred day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I wish i could report to you something better but i can't the dow transports finished a little bit below the two hundred day moving average and on the defense of the nyse composite below the two hundred day moving average by the way the nyse today was one hundred and thirty one finished only up twenty eight and that's below the two hundred eight the dow jones industrials on the two hundred day moving average the s and p five hundred better than the dow sitting on the fifty day moving average the nasdaq better than both little bit above but definitively got some distribution going on there the semiconductor index just hold on by its cheney chin chin right the two hundred day moving average and the financials which were doing so well early the xl left hit twenty seven closed the twenty six fifty six still above support but man oh man feels like it's trying to climb up a rope and the rope has nothing has syrup bonnet surp can stick how 'bout vegas's the lean i don't think he can stick the vaseline right anyway ever seen the end of the movie dr no with james bond with dr no was trying to come back up and it was all greasy the metal she went right into the data of acid the markets trying to do right now so i'm less than thrilled why would you wanna let you know that nike was up eight bucks on earnings today even though earnings and sales are in the mid teens but better than expected that's good for the dow by the way turns out nike was the whole dow today yes that is correct nike was the whole doubt today i wanna take a little turn here for a second because i am getting tons of e mails on marijuana for all of you that are interested with marijuana stocks i'm letting you know there's this thing the symbolist g c it's cold canopy growth canada based company manufactures and sells marijuana for medical and recreational cannabis consumers with a free bag of the re does anyway i don't know exactly what happened but i believe it's traded bulletin board at started trading on the regular nasdaq in may i don't know what to tell you they lose money does less than eighty million in revenues all the other marijuana stocksi you've seen trade on bulletin board and typically five letters so i can only put it in two words no opinion that's all i don't have an opinion i really don't but i want i was thinking through a couple things with the weed and stuff like that you know when you buy it from your neighborhood deal you don't have to pay sales tax you know that but now you would you know at these whatever the spencer is whatever they call them so you know maybe amazon one day will put it on amazon prime or something in you know but you have to pay tax with them to now i just don't have an opinion and i will tell you that i really did not follow the bulletin board names i heard they had some pretty darn good moves i just looked at a couple of companies they sell weed a couple of buddies i had in college they sold we'd that's what they did gimme the dime bag nickel bag let me give me give me the weight thing they used to weigh it no and they were very big on the baggies you know hey we gotta go to albertson get some baggies the interesting thing about marijuana i gotta tell you the one thing that really sticks out for me i was in aspen colorado year year and a half ago and it was nighttime and myself in another couple went to dinner in downtown aspen and we were out late and is interesting dinner because you know what happened that might johnny manziel came in and they had a cover his head with a hoodie because he was so darn wasted hopefully he's gotten over this drinking thing that was just a side note anyway so we're walking around in the towns like dead 'cause it's late at night it's cold out everybody's tucked away reading for skiing next day walking around the town and a couple of stores were shutting most everything else was shot and then all of a sudden we saw this bright light and just the humming noise and we turn the corner and.
"two hundred day" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Seven two zero four five seven six eight forty four that's seven zero four five seven sixty eight forty four and it has been quite the interesting week on wall street brad i mean something happened this week in particular that hasn't happened since that brief brexit blip a couple of years ago right yeah you know one of the big things that we've seen here recently as the dow jones is finally touching that two hundred day moving average mark and that sort of a big indicator so when people are looking at the markets you know a lot of people will talk about the two hundred eight moving average for the dow jones the sp the nasdaq and this is the first time in a very long time that we've seen the dow jones actually start to get to that point where it's sort of just right there it actually painted for a short moment came back up and it's just flirt two hundred day moving average right now and so what's really driving the market right now we're we're seeing basically since two thousand ten is some of the strongest earnings inside of corporations so fundamentally we we still have a pretty strong market one of the things i share with our clients right now is what we're seeing in two thousand eighteen is very much a headline in a tweet driven market yes so the littlest tweet the little headline the littlest caption that comes out it's like the media and the markets just grab onto it and they they squeeze everything they can out of it mainly trying to create fear panic and then after about a week or two the markets go yeah it's not that big of a deal bones right back up i mean great example the front side of the week it talked about the increased pressure on china right about the technology and different things like that and tariffs and whatnot and all of a sudden by mid week almost the end of the week they said no it's not going to be as tough as we thought boom market shoots way up so right now in two thousand eighteen you really wanna be careful not to make those knee jerk reactions you wanna make sure that you've got a really sound fun the middle structure inside that portfolio but most importantly and this is what unique for our clients is having that market guard strategy knowing that we've got the ability inside there with our technical indicators that we utilize that creates this market guard concept that says we've put this targeted stopping the trigger points that if this market does start to sell off if it triggers those indicators to say it's time to get out of the markets we're gonna pull it out and sit in cash we're not just going to let it ride the course and go up and down and up and down and eventually like you know if you think back to two thousand eight or two thousand to two thousand and two in those markets just continue to erode and people watch their wealth get cut in half ed jenkins wealth we've done everything in our power to say that's not going to be a reality here because of that market guard strategy because of that concept so those technical indicators are important to look at you look at the dow jones you look at the snp you know the dow right now your today is still you know roughly flirting with that kind of flat to negative territory the snp barely positive the nasdaq seen great returns thus far as well as the russell two thousand those smallcap positions one of the reasons why you're seeing the small caps doing so well at the same time is because with the tariff conversations that are happening a lot of small cap companies don't do as much international business sure that's why you're seeing this run the small caps side so again it gets back to make sure you've got the right structure make sure you have the right balance but in our opinion most importantly make sure you have a concept like market guard that says when the time is right we'll get it out of there so you don't suffer those big drops right now is a great time to to learn more about how to market guard your portfolio these are certainly more volatile times than we've seen in quite a while on wall street so if you're making some of those emotional decisions about how you're investing today we encourage you to give us a call this weekend actually.
"two hundred day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"I wish i could report to you something better but i can't the dow transports finished a little bit below the two hundred day moving average and on the defense of the nyse composite below the two hundred day moving average by the way the nyse today was one hundred and thirty one finished only twenty eight and that's below the two hundred day the dow jones industrials on the two hundred day moving average the s and p five hundred better than the dow sitting on the fifty day moving average the nasdaq better than both little bit above but definitively got some distribution going on there the semiconductor index just hold on by it's tricky chinchin right the of the two hundred day moving average and the financials which were doing so well early the xl left hit twenty seven closed the twenty six fifty six still above support but man oh man it feels like it's trying to climb up a rope and the rope has nothing has syrup bonnet syrup can stick how 'bout lean i don't think you can stick the vaseline right anyway you ever see the movie dr no with james bond with dr no was trying to come back up and it was all greasy the the metal she went right into the data they acid so the markets trying to do right now so i'm less than thrilled i want to let you know that nike was up eight bucks on earnings today even though earnings and sales are in the mid teens but better than expected that's good for the dow by the way turns out nike was the whole dow today yes that is correct nike was the whole doubt today i wanna take a little turn here for a second because i am getting tons of e mails on marijuana stocks for all of you that are interested with marijuana stocks i'm letting you know there's this thing the symbolist cg c it's cold canopy growth canada based company manufactures and sells marijuana for medical and recreational cannabis consumers with a free bag of doritos anyway i don't know exactly what happened but i believe that traded bulletin board at it started trading on the regular nasdaq in may i don't know what to tell you they lose money does less than eighty million in revenues all the other marijuana stocksi obscene trade on bulletin board and typically five letters so i can only put it in two words no opinion that's all i don't have an opinion i really don't but i want i was thinking through a couple things with the weed and stuff like that you know when you buy it from your neighborhood deal you don't have to pay sales tax you know that but now you would you know at these whatever dispensaries whatever they call them so you know maybe amazon one day we'll put it on amazon prime or something in you know but you have to pay tax with them to now i just don't have an opinion am i will tell you that i really did not follow the bulletin board names i heard they had some pretty darn good moves i just looked at a couple of companies they sell weed a couple of buddies i had in college they sold we'd that's what they did give me the dime bag nickel bag let me give me give me the weight thing they used to weigh it no and they were very big on the baggies you know we've got to go to albertson get some baggies the interesting thing about marijuana i gotta tell you the one thing that really sticks out for me i was in aspen colorado year year and a half ago and it was nighttime and myself in another couple went to dinner in downtown aspen we were out late and it was interesting dinner because you know what happened that night johnny manziel came in and they had a cover his head with a hoodie because he was so darn wasted hopefully he's gotten over this drinking thing that was just a side note anyway so we're walking around in the towns like debt because it's late at night it's cold out and everybody's tucked away reading for skiing next day were walking around the town and a couple of stores were shutting most everything else was shot and then all of a sudden we saw this bright light and just the humming noise we turn the corner.
Elaine Chao confronts protesters, defends husband Mitch McConnell
"To a little bit of justice like they do in iran with these sex snuffed out a kid's life at the age of fifteen that wanted to serve the people is that asking much is that li bing nasty am i wrong all i know is i get very emotional when i keep reading these things that should not happen that should not happen you know i got young kids well we're not that young anymore you get my point and lastly under the bush administration we had a guest every month elaine chao secretary labor at the time i think she's secretary of transportation now in the trump administration she was on our show every month enjoyed it matter at the white house a couple of times a bunch of protesters showed up at our house she's married to mitch mcconnell who by the way i am no fan of all yelling and screaming at her because mitch mcconnell and this thing that happened south of the border just yelling at her at her husband i applaud elaine chao what she did she got all their faces and told get out way get away from my husband get away from my house and she stood right in their face there's video i love that i wish they would shoot a smack them in the mouth that would have been great that would have been great showing up at our house that would've been fantastic once smack right the knockout one of those protesters teeth by the way that's not a protester when they come to your house that is a trust passer anyway good on her on the fan and that's some of the crap that's going on today ladies and gentlemen thrilled now we cover it all they say other things to know today at the close the dow sitting on the two hundred day moving average weaker than everything is we've told you and by the way ge's out of the dow as of today g egos up a buck today walgreens goes into the dow today and walgreens goes down three quarters of buck today just saying i still don't get it why they put walgreens in the dow that makes no sense for me really doesn't i don't get it.
Dow Jones Drops Below 200-Day Average
"The morning bob karen thank you the dow jones industrial average is one point three percent drop yesterday senate below it's two hundred day average that ended a streak above a key trend line that had five hundred one days was the longest in three decades michael jackson is market analysts foresee mc markets in london we've broken the two hundred time even average on the dow but i'm more interested in the s and p five hundred that still remains well clear and for me to signal a significant technical break i think both indexes have to cross the two hundred eight moving average otherwise we run the risk of having a false break the s and p five hundred dropped one point four percent yesterday that's the most since april and futures this morning are little changed a lower now s and p futures down about three points dow futures down twentyseven nasdaq futures down about a point and the ten year treasury is little changed and ge shares up more than two percent now straight ahead we have the latest world and national news this is bloomberg thanks karen that brings us to six oh seven on wall street and the president holds another of those campaign style rallies bloomberg's michael barr with details good morning good morning bob president trump is maintaining that he's taking action to deal with unfair and discriminatory trade practices trump spoke to a crowd last night in west columbia south carolina he called on congress to fix the immigration system democrats don't like ice these great brave tough people these people are much tougher than ms thirteen they don't like border patrol they don't like you police they don't like anybody trump campaign for republican governor henry mcmaster ahead of today's runoff against businessman john morin mississippi also holds a republican gubernatorial runoff meanwhile primary contests take place today including utah colorado oklahoma and maryland here in new york voters will settle to of the more continuous intraparty battles of congressional primary season with incumbent republican representative dan donovan under threat from a bid by his predecessor and democrat joe crowley facing his first significant challenge in years special counsel robert muller is preparing to accelerate his probe into possible collusion between donald trump's presidential campaign and russians who sought to interfere in the two thousand sixteen election according to a person familiar with the probe there could be possible indictments related to collusion by the fall right now is press secretary sarah sanders is speaking out publicly about what happened when she visited a virginia restaurant over the weekend sanders was asked to leave the red and restaurant in virginia because she worked for president trump sanders says healthy debate on ideas and political philosophy is important but the calls for harassment and pushed for any trump supported to avoid the public is unacceptable a hollywood actor publicly encouraged people to kidnap my children and this week in a member of congress called for people to push back and make clear to those serving their country in this administration that they are not welcome anywhere anytime for anything democratic senate minority leader chuck schumer no one should call for the harassment of political opponents that's not right that's not american california congresswoman maxine waters defended or call yesterday for people to confront trump administration officials in public places but insists she's not urged supporters to harm anyone global news twenty four hours a day on internet tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob thank you michael nine on wall street time for your bloomberg nbc sports update now brought to you by investors bank in good morning rob bush bell.
"two hundred day" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I'm extent forecasting continued weakness but there's been a real turnaround and we've seen for example the x y come back up to two hundred day moving average when you look across currencies i mean one hundred ten yen is what you get a euros back at one twenty the pound is at one thirty six do you expect dollar strength to continue i think over the nearterm we expect a dollar strength to continue i think medium and longerterm there's there's a more weaker dollar type of policy but nothing moves in a straight line either up or down but i think what the dollar's responding to is someone of overreaction to the downside so just kind of getting back some of those weaker trends about growth in the us over the nearterm is is actually pretty good it's outperforming over the near term relative to europe japan's coming in weaker first quarter and then and then interest rates are are are substantially higher in the us so i think that matters over the near term but i think trading the dollar will be a very difficult trade greg's plane we'll still to come from him greg peters joining us this morning let's recap but we need snow on the international stage right now here with the details markus karlsson guy theresa may gathers have brexit war cabinets hair london today ministers will discuss what kind of trading relationship britain wants with the eu after the departure from the block speaking of the house of lords brexit secretary david davis said it could take years we get to a substantive agreement in togo if we hit the commission's timetable and then we detail that in legal terms and departure that's a.
"two hundred day" Discussed on KDOW
"A two hundred day moving average for over two weeks and now what's happening is they're trying to they've got to take these moving back up they gotta get him another gonna try to get above the fifty day moving average so i have to even know what two hundred day fifty day average meets hearing it even understand it all you have to do a join me thirty nine ninety five and i do it for you and i'll tell you okay when exceleye reaches a certain point you go again during the day three times a day during the day three times during the day i changed the video so i tell you exactly what we're doing with the stocks there were monitoring stocks we're in we're trading so you just have to having lunch his take your mobile device pop it open during signing two minutes and then select one of the so the materials xl that's ready to break up beautifully the industrials so i that's ready to break out beautifully oil okay energy is another one okay so exile i exile xs l e these are all beautiful ats and anyone who it hasn't got time to sit down and learn how to buy an individual stock stay away from individual stocks and said by the basket if you really wanna buy basket you my spiders do the spiders yes p five hundred every day i do a video on the spiders if you just do the spiders if you want to do another one do the banks if you just do those two all year you just followed me on those two all year great try it for thirty days for doesn't work you think i'm full just lying about it then try it for thirty days by odd telling you it's going to change your life you got to do something about your retirement you really do and i can help you i want you just to help shake jude please just turn around help saint joseph's thirty nine ninety five that's it okay so we're talking about what's really going on we got a great opportunity to.
"two hundred day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Major indices are stuck between a declining fifty day moving average and the longer term two hundred day moving average the dow is somewhat in the middle of the two the s and p five hundred is closer to that two hundred day moving average the nasdaq in between the two the n y s e is sitting just below the two hundred day moving average right now quite the interesting thing let me go back to rule i mentioned to you and i want you to listen carefully because these are not made up out of thin air it is going back decades and decades of studying the markets the longer support levels hold and then finally break typically the worse the outcome with no support levels for these longer term support levels the ones that really define real trouble at then they break that is your big institutional crowd the mutual funds hedge funds the insurance the banks at all that giving way giving up which always leads to more selling and often listen carefully and we're not saying this scare you you get waterfall type action and we are really watching this closely now because you hit these lows in october november you hit one in february had the big reversal and they've been taunted over the last ten eleven trading days now listen up to the other part of the equation in that if we are going to go lower how legs of bearish markets occur we call it here time and price we have been asked what does that mean time in price it means after a drop off of a high you can't get back to the highs you just drift for a while and then break the stair step downwards typically the break will come as the declining member careful here a fifty day moving average price smoothed out a fifty day moving average that was ascending tops out flattens out and then starts rolling over typically that next leg comes as that fifty day keeps coming lower and the sellers sell into every bit of price rally into that fifty day for example at the highs of the dow the fifty day was a twenty five thousand and thirty one even though twentyfive let me give you the right number fifty day at twenty five three even though it hit twenty five six twenty six six the dow just got to extend it.
"two hundred day" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Wither south korea the two careers in focus north korea because she receives a meeting with the north korean leader and you just wonder how that changes this leverage between the president of the united states using the north korean leader to bring him into the to the american auburn and how the chinese feel about that one and then south korea actually the president scoring a bit of a trade wind is i revised trade deal this with with south korea sold agreeing to double the number of cars each us automaker could south in south korea without mating local safety standards so a little bit of a change in some of these trade deals small one granted but certainly a change tom absolutely market i like how you mentioned with howard word the two hundred day moving average i gotta admit it's a nice annual benchmark of two hundred trading days does it convert the nonbelievers of technical is because i can tiny with his youthful chart with the market retesting that two hundred day moving average a couple of times over the last couple of months most pros don't want get moving averages unless three are involved we don't have the time to go into it but just looking at one moving average discreetly as a license to lose money there's a lot of research on that actually but it's been a decent support a couple of months flattening do we care the range and we brought the range with yield to lower yields higher and i do think that significant we spent a long time thinking about the treasury market not acting as that market absorb in a traditional way will i can tell you yesterday it did with a bit finally coming into treasuries in a significant way sapphire to eighty tenure yield is there an opening day a crippling in english football i don't think it's as nificant is the baseball story here in the united states magical yes the coolest thing in they're ruining it i like what yogi berra said and i quote a home opener is always exciting no matter if it's at home around the road and that's true i mean it's just it's a part of the in it's it's i i'm really having trouble with the homeowner openers being tomorrow march twenty ninth what'd you say because she's just for just for the audience outside of the.
"two hundred day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Google two hundred day literally to the penny now let me repeat with these moving averages are so you have an understanding of those that don't understand i'm gonna give you a good representation of what they are they are historical precedent of areas of support with a big money stands up and the fn's price as i stated the day major strong as all hell the fifty day mean drew meaning bowl phase breaking with fifteen does not put you with the bear phase but get you out of both phase and you gotta deal with it the two hundred day is the defender of hell hell got the fended today today it does that mean it gets the fended next week new okay but my best guess is it got the fended today and i was speaking of the best wine i can use i don't think i don't think listen carefully i don't think it shall be undercut anytime soon leaning i would suggest this leg of the down trend is over for now the next question is there another lead for the downsides well good question in a normal life time in a normal world i would have told you absolutely this was only one leg but when you are dealing with central banks and central bank intervention both here and around the globe there is nothing taken off the table and in case you don't know the new central bank head jay powell who took over for janet yellen may hike quote him from two thousand twelve for each and every one of you and i quote investors really do understand now that we will be there to prevent serious losses i'm not making this up that was jay powell he is now the central bank fed head taken over for janet yellen quote investors really do understand now that we will be there to prevent serious losses.
"two hundred day" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Difference two hundred days makes here's the timelines speaker ryan laid out in january for repealing and replacing obamacare and reforming the tax code we have ambitious goals and ambitious timelines our goal is to get these laws donating twenty seven team we aspire to get most of these big things done by the august recess because that's when congress does most of his legislating neither agenda item is law today but the houses is still on recess a top house republican pointed out to me the house has passed a repeal and replace measure and a bill to rebuild the military and cates law among others but if the senate were these important measures are getting stuck and now president trump's inner circle is pointing fingers at the republicans in charge of the upper chamber for the slow start here's former trump campaign manager corey lewandowski why don't you fulfil your promises to the american people that says you're going to repeal and replace obamacare why did you get tax reform done for the middle class so they can have more money why don't you make sure that we've got a transportation infrastructure built in washington peter do see fox news the latest developments on the biggest stories plus analysis of what they mean to you stay informed with thicky mckenna on news talk 1130 wins anthony and taking account news talk 1130 w i s n so as long as this contest is going on i of the fire get anything else from the start the show with a word of the hour so that you can have a chance to win a.
"two hundred day" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I hear something that amounts to fire i just although i consider it necessary that we keep beating this dead horse but frankly i'm tired of ovitz got the inta jam and i i think you know where i tire of it is i feel like you know yes there is an american citizen that there is no longer about equal right i i get you know the the this has become literally a two hundred day but he stood presidency um and you know i'd go get a sense that you know hit a genuine i mean i know there's a there's a quest for the truth here but but it it just it has become the best person has become so besieged and you know the congress has literally just put it up in the bleachers and focused only we all know legislation on the president's death of any kind hey know you know to me it is it is just amateur our in washington dc and frankly as an american citizen as a veteran i i'm of all by an eye on both sides of the aisle i i look at what's going on in the world and the threats that are emanating a look at how people are hurting here at home and this level of north it doesn't and political ineptitude is on a scale that frankly i i don't ever remember seeing before and i just i mean that ecowas the i i it is just disgusting will i have to agree with you frankly and i am sorry to say goodbye i have to agree with you but in point of fact i do one thing very disconcerting about this administration she is that this president is so easy to distract any time the subject turns to the trump agenda all the democrats have to do is yankees trade and along come the flurry of tweets roth on some totally secondary side issue he is so easy to distract any shiny object becomes along and well he's out there tweeting away on that account should wanted of a blind trust edit it does him no good he is its own worst enemy of times and i do really wish that the people who had his ear presumably people such as vicepresident pence and maybe a handful of others could convince him that the thieves not hired to entertain his base he was hired to govern your thoughts absolutely absolutely agree and you know i.
"two hundred day" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Reform all of this is going to be done in two hundred day inside the two hundred day window is the regulatory reforms you talked about is the repeal and replace obamacare it's the budget it's the rebuilding of our military it's tax reform those are the things were going to end infrastructure those things were working on in this two hundred and williams and again lives the equation because i in there as well we we see that is part of regulatory for two hundred days that's you think that's do as as our plan young and if if there's any slippage will finish it in the fall and get it done before the end of the year by come back in two hundred days i you're going to do well i made a promise well because i think this is so here's what i'm saying we we've met this out for two hundred days we have a plan to do that were on schedule but if if anything slips because of supreme court justice year or or a filibuster on a cabinet nominee that might slim is but we're we're making sure that we do all of this in 2017 okay let's go to the budget which is such a big issue the president seven brackets to three fifteen percent corporate rate until you prefer twenty because as i see fifteen edges wars have to get where we can with the with the number you support repatriation multinational corporations that will be huge that's a lot of money that can come back into the akali must returning dollars here's my head london this interview that you're pretty much full agreement with with what donald trump ran on yes and number two in two hundred days from the legislative slot side you are going to be implementing every aspect of the agenda that we talked to in in just a big headline we him and we have cushion inner schedule if if anything slips because it's really easy because senate issues we still have time to accommodate all of this stuff about reasons he has read i am i am cushions built in the schedule to make sure this all gets done in 2007 believes in case something happens and goes i was on the senate i'm pretty sure that will stimulate the economy get back to work in and get the economy moving again which i think we were higher to do should be doing it is there are twenty three now toll.