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"investment analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That crash, if and when it comes Something else we need to consider protecting ourselves against in the future is inflation college, these silence retirement fund killer? Ah, while back the Fed's signaled that it's not really worried right now about inflation, but investment analyst James Bianco tell CNBC that we could sense CIA return of inflation. And that it could be a higher level than we've seen in decades. You've got two things going on at once The economy has shrunk because of the lockdowns. We're producing less gross domestic product or less stuff. You've got massive stimulus on the other side. You have less supply. You stimulate the man that usually leads to higher prices. I don't think you're going to see it right away. Probably a 21 story, but I think higher prices or otherwise known as inflation is coming. Don't don't go will do me and Chloe, but I mean, we do have to recognize there is a certain amount of inflation that's considered normal. However, I also know that inflation is the enemy of the retirement dollars. So again, What can we do to better prepare and position ourselves? You can count on inflation impacting you Now I'm not in 2021 or 2022. It's happening right now. It depends on where just depends on where right Right, and we've spoken about things like food prices in the That's right. Back in July, we talked about how from July of 19 to July of 20. The inflation of food was double the price of food was double where it normally is on. We're starting to see this a little bit more on again. This inflationary price that people are going to have to deal with is a lot more than just Cove it because we have droughts that you have to worry about fires that are ravaging our state. Other states that are dominating some of the natural resource is So I looked up a few things in the Bloomberg agricultural spot Index. It's a gauge of nine crop prices, and those nine crops have grown 20% in priced since April weeks, the most expensive it's been since 2014 which translates to you trying to feed yourself in your kid's Oh, we still don't have that second round of stimulus, which is going to perpetuate this because Now everyone's gonna have money and people who have had revenues drop off a little bit. They're going to try to recoup some of that and price there stuff a little bit higher. You better be careful, too, because a lot of people are in those Target date retirement funds, boy. Okay, So you're 60% in stocks in 40% at bond, But guess what. If that's an unmanaged portfolio of bonds? You're going to be in big trouble when those interest rates start to go up because As you know, when interest rates go up typically bonds it depends on the kind of bonds, but those bonds are goingto lose value. So the more conservative your portfolio is think about this When you're approaching that retirement age, everybody says, Oh, I got it. I got to get a little more conservative. You go a little more conservative. Typically, you're looking at fixed income or bonds. Well, that's a dangerous place to be right now. Unless you've got professionals helping you That's the difference. I think between trying to figure this out on your own and working with folks like Mike and Colby. Like you guys and the knowledge that he worked to educate yourself with every single day. It is a swinging pendulum keeping up with everything that changes in the world of financial in retirement planning, But the guys are here to help you figure it all out. 3039639640 is how you can call To plan some time with the Valente capital.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That crash, if and when it comes Something else we need to consider protecting ourselves against in the future is inflation college, these silent retirement fund killer? Ah, while back the Fed's signaled that it's not really worried right now about inflation, But investment analyst James Bianco tells CNBC that we could send Siya return of inflation. And that it could be a higher level than we've seen in decades. You've got two things going on at once The economy has shrunk because of the lockdowns. We're producing less gross domestic product or less stuff. You've got massive stimulus on the other side. You have less supply. You stimulate the man that usually leads to higher prices. I don't think you're going to see it right away. Probably a 21 story, but I think higher prices or otherwise known as inflation is coming. Don't think it'll do me and glory. But I mean, we do have to recognize there is a certain amount of inflation that's considered normal. However, I also know that inflation is the enemy of the retirement dollars, so Again. What can we do to better prepare in position ourselves? You can count on inflation impacting you Now I'm not in 2021 or 2022. It's happening right now Depends on where just depends on where I write and we've spoken about things like food prices in the past. Right back in July, we talked about how from July of 19 to July of 20. The inflation of food was double the price of food was double where it normally is on. We're starting to see this a little bit more and again, this inflationary price that people are going to have to deal with is a lot more than just Cove it because we have droughts that you have to worry about fires that are ravaging our state. Other states that are dominating some of the natural resource is So I looked up a few things in the Bloomberg agricultural spot Index. It's a gauge of nine crop prices, and those nine crops have grown 20% in priced since April weeks, the most expensive it's been since 2014, which translates to you trying to feed yourself in your kid's. Oh, and we still don't have that second round of stimulus, which is going to perpetuate this because Now everyone's gonna have money and people who have had revenues drop off a little bit. They're going to try to recoup some of that and price there stuff a little bit higher. You better be careful, too, because a lot of people are in those Target date retirement funds, boy. Okay, So you're 60% in stocks in 40% at bond, But guess what. If that's an unmanaged portfolio of bonds? You're going to be in big trouble when those interest rates start to go up because As you know, when interest rates go up typically bonds it depends on the kind of bonds, but those bonds are goingto lose value. So the more conservative your portfolio is think about this When you're approaching that retirement age, everybody says, Oh, I got it. I got to get a little more conservative. You go a little more conservative. Typically, you're looking at fixed income or bonds. Well, that's a dangerous place to be right now. Unless you've got professionals helping you That's the difference. I think between trying to figure this out on your own and working with folks like Mike and Colby. Like you guys and the knowledge that you work to educate yourself with every single day. It is a swinging pendulum keeping up with everything that changes in the world of financial in retirement planning, But the guys are here to help you figure it all out. 3039639640 is how you can call To plan some time with the Valente capital.

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Hand Sanitizer Doesnt Prevent Disease, and the FDA wants Purell to Stop Saying it Does

Business Wars Daily

03:54 min | 1 year ago

Hand Sanitizer Doesnt Prevent Disease, and the FDA wants Purell to Stop Saying it Does

"From wondering I'm David Brown in this business wars daily on this Thursday February. Sixth did it ever occur to you that the hand sanitizer you've been using to stay healthy possibly isn't doing anything that could be the case the F. D. A. isn't too happy about manufacturers claiming otherwise late last month the agency agency told go Joe Industries the Akron Ohio company that makes Purell Hand Sanitizer to stop claiming that it's popular product can prevent the flu norovirus or a virus. The Mercer Bug and Bola none of which is true. The agency sent a letter to go joe warning it to remove the claims from its website and blog posts among the claims that rubbed the FDA the wrong way that Burell could reduce absenteeism by fifty one percent and that it could reduce mercer and another bug VR e by one hundred percent in German festival athletic environments according to The Washington Post it also skirted the issue of whether it could prevent a bola. There have been no oh studies on that by saying that organizations like the CDC recommends using alcohol during outbreaks of a bullet and by the way pure l.. Is Alcohol based see the logic the FDA said. Oh no you don't by making the unproven claims. The company violated the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act Act the agency said until it scolded. Go Joe the FDA had categorized Burell as an innocent over the counter product when issued the warning the agency also reclassified. Pirellis a so-called uncategorized drug. The company has since removed the claims from its website. So what's the deal. Don't we by hand sanitizer to protect district catching whatever horrible illness. Our colleagues bring to the office or that small children leave on shopping carts. Well seems like it. But in fact there's no scientific evidence that pure Hurrell. One of the country's most well known hand sanitizers does protect against the flu and it's a particularly virulent flu season according to CNN by January eighteenth more than eight thousand Americans died from the flu and one hundred. Forty thousand people had been hospitalized. According to the Centers for Disease Control Moreover there are no oh scientific studies yet of the efficacy of any hand sanitizer protecting against corona virus by last week more than eighty two hundred people worldwide. Eddie been diagnosed with corona virus and more than one hundred seventy at died. The World Health Organization declared the bug a global health. Emergency the irony of course is that sales of the hand sanitizers along with other protective products like surgical masks and rubber gloves are up. Because of the corona virus in fact an investment analysts last week predicted bath and body works will sell a lot more of its hand sanitizers as a result of the epidemic that according to CNBC. The analyst predicted higher profits for L. Brands L. Brands owns bath and body works but is better known as the owner of Victoria's secret furthermore we're relying more and more often on these gels lotions and hand rubs according to Marketwatch hand sanitizer sales hit two and a half billion dollars worldwide in two thousand seventeen and they're expected to double by twenty twenty four but that growing market could be a good case of marketing over substance. If burell doesn't protect against the Flu Mersa and so on is there any real point to using hand. SANITIZERS will public health authorities. Say the best way to prevent catching the flue is by washing your hands a lot by getting a flu vaccine bite light. Not touching your eyes nose

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Coke Launches Energy Drink; Its Partner, Monster, Fights For Turf

Business Wars Daily

03:23 min | 1 year ago

Coke Launches Energy Drink; Its Partner, Monster, Fights For Turf

"It's no surprise when to directly. Luckily opposing consumer brands compete with each other. After all that's what they're supposed to do right but when one brand is partially owned by the other and they're at each other's throats That's news and that's the story with monster beverage. Known for leading Monster Energy Drinks and coca-cola surprisingly enough coke has never produced reduced energy. Drink until now on Monday. The company launched coca-cola Energy. It's new caffeine and Vitamin Laden beverage. In the United States Monster has has been so worried that coke will elbow. It's popular drinks out of valuable shelf space that it sought legal arbitration to address the conflict. It's a battle that could make any executive executive squeamish because well coca-cola owns seventeen percent of monster coke whose revenues top thirty billion dollars a year invested invested in monster five years ago as part of the deal. Coke agreed to distribute monster's products in North America and has expanded to other regions since that coke signed a non on compete agreement not to distribute competitive energy drinks but made an exception for those marketed under the Coca Cola brand. According to The Wall Street Journal you can be pretty sure that in the last year monster. CEO Rodney Sachs has more than once slapped his face in wondered. Why did I agree to that exception? who what was I thinking? Because more than a year a year ago coke made public its plans to launch coca-cola energy which tastes like normal coke but includes caffeine derived from natural sources. The company says four flavors Coke Cherry Coke and the Diet versions of both come in the familiar red cans. This makes monster really nervous while there's no doubt that monster is Well a monster at about three billion dollars in annual sales. It's hardly a lightweight but it still only a tenth the size of Coca Cola. The arguments went public in late. Twenty eighteen when monster took legal action. The company filed arbitration claim against coke claiming that introducing the drinks would violate its non compete clause. There was Andy is a lot of money at stake in the US. US We down more than fifteen billion dollars worth of energy drinks every year but last July monster lost that fight. Arbiters ruled in favor of coke the huge company when he had already launched in Europe. But wait until this week debut in the US now monster CEO. Rodney Sachs is worried that coca-cola will shift its distribution focus to its own products products and push monster brands out of drink cases inconvenience in grocery stores. All across the country industry trade pub just drinks reported that Sachs told investment analysts. The coolers aren't rubber. They can't expand he asked if coke energy goes in what comes out. Is that reduction of monster but coca-cola argues that it's is not competing directly with its partner coke energy they say is designed to attract fitness and health buffs who want natural ingredients in their drinks. Ingredients Monster has traditionally not delivered hurt as a result. They say coke. Energy won't appear next. A monster but in store is more likely to attract the yoga pants crowd at the same time. Monster has has been introducing. Its own new products using up for the competition and trying to attract that helped conscious consumer its new products have incited other legal fights with competitors competitors smaller than monster battling over such things as copyright infringements according to The Wall Street Journal. It seems that the energy drink wars are fought just as much and lawyer's offices. This is as they are in

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"investment analyst" Discussed on The CIBC Private Wealth Podcast

The CIBC Private Wealth Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on The CIBC Private Wealth Podcast

"Printed house. Some are as ordinary looking as a metal box delightful like with the promise of bringing about one of the biggest communication transformations. We've seen in this episode. We discussed three top technology trends. Artificial intelligence the fifth generation wireless network and battery innovation for clean energy to start. Here's senior investment analyst. John Tomorrow from kind of a ten thousand foot view. Technology is now entered into every sector of investing that we look at regardless. If you're looking at something as obvious as technology and healthcare sectors but also and everything from financial to utility sectors you know there. It's it's just part of everyday life now and what technology is being used for across the board board is greater efficiency and and that greater efficiency is leading to positives that maybe somewhere unintended ended for example in agriculture. Now they use drones to help better identify. What's going on with their crops? You know these massive crops crops and instead of just kind of walking through it which could take all day. They've drones can do it in an hour and they might be able to identify certain inefficiencies. And she's had her going on with the crop or you know they have systems now that tell them where the best sean is. And where the best. But the best time is to plant their see when it comes to artificial intelligence there is a broad range of applications and definitions. We spoke with senior investment analyst. Lowering sleep a lot. Let Things at eight I in jail out wasn't over people at scale even the transcription of this call. Here's you know nine or ten. I Hey I Howard commercial services out there that you can log into on your browser and a extent permitted to have this call transcribed. That causes come down. I'm probably five or ten X to a worldwide all by which has made it possible for US troops. He's action income surveillance really high security blazes.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on KOMO

"Experts Nick smiles this is come all news joining us on the phone our independent investment analyst and Tom warmer this with us so as a part of this trip to Germany the BMW world in Munich because we actually got to sit in a self driving Colin had nobody in the driver's seat usually they stick somebody the driver's seat had nobody in the driver's seat and drove was around of course and then they did things like had people walk in front of it the whole job all day was just to walk in front of a car and what's the car respond and as expected it didn't hurt anybody here was impressive but BMW did say that they think it's going to be twenty years until a true self driving car is going to be available yeah you know what is significant is Nick of the twenty year it is the time at which none of the people that are making a prediction and promise what with the company so right away from twenty years from now our prediction did not come in of course they'll be long retired by then yeah well I think I think what he's saying is that it's not going to happen in two or three is what they're saying is is a long way out and when nobody's ready for it and nobody sort about integrating non self driving cars and self driving because Exeter eccentrics and they see the so we gonna get to level three level four when there's going to be no level fives in their lifetimes which I would have to tell you I absolutely agree with I think that we're a long way away from the true self driving car even though the technology exists today the world is just not ready for it but one of the things that they did show as is that new traffic light system we got to drive on the roads in Munich with a real car and we showed a traffic light turning red and the car actually coming to a complete stop it recognizes the light and they did it they demonstrated it the car they didn't touch anything the call came to a complete stop first time I've experienced this and first time I've actually seen it in action on a car do you think that's going to be in constant well what do you think you know at my house cat has a greater self awareness today than a level two automobile in terms of being able to jump in the right places and you would think that the basic minimum requirement a rough one and a half year old child can roughly acknowledge and stopped at a red light when they see it so I think that this is not a major achievement this is one of the most basic requirements to get anywhere in this thing I mean you're talking about what is going to be required to get through a snowstorm in Minnesota in the winter when it's completely dark outside and you don't see anything of our road forget about road signs and red lights and all of that I mean to recognizing and acting upon the direction of our of our red light that inspect the simplest possible level that you could possibly achieve in the hierarchy of level of difficulties for an economist cars so they had better get to that because they have a lot look bigger and taller hills to climb ahead of them before they can even get to level three let alone level four level five yeah I'm hopefully this techno and you will be available in in coming BMW's in the next year or so to all right let's look at some of the things that make you know it was two and a half years ago Audi launched at first it was Las Vegas but they never nothing can Levin cities in the US the ability of their cars to also to recognize red lights but they what they do is that they tell you the driver the number of seconds until it's gonna turning green or conversely when the green light is going to turn around and of course that incorporates all of the intelligence to if they should so a desire to incorporate the actual breaking functionality I would have been done that yet but you think about this all of the basic intelligence to and say well then we also apply the brake pedal is already there and has been in service for two and a half years on the road today in every single Audi model you can currently bombing green mall and so when we read your stuff primarily on seeking alpha dot com as well as on history dot com the street dot com sitting up in a call keep listening connect miles are auto expert is moments away on come.

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Mattel, on Rebound, to Debut Barbies with Disabilities

Business Wars Daily

04:56 min | 2 years ago

Mattel, on Rebound, to Debut Barbies with Disabilities

"Business wars daily is brought to you by net. Sweet the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform net sweet has a special offer for listeners of this show and net sweet dot com slash BWI. Ellie be sure to stick around to hear more about it at the end of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. This is business words daily on this Thursday, February twenty first what a difference year makes last year. I conked toy company. Mattel was struggling toys. Arrests bankruptcy, hit it hard and sales of its Fisher Price. Thomas the tank engine and American Girl brands were suffering last summer, the Barbie manufacturer announced it would lay off twenty two hundred people almost a quarter of its workforce some investment analysts were scolding Mattel's leadership saying it should have accepted an earlier bid from its healthier rival Hasbro to buy the company, but the twin makers ended twenty eight teen with big surprises powerhouse Hasbro looked like the weakling after reporting shrinking fourth quarter sales in early February which it blamed on toys R us, but analysts were happy with Mattel that companies quarterly sales also fell about five percent to one and a half. Billion dollars. But it performed better than the market had expected, and it's growing again at the delicate hands of the Barbie doll sales of the long legged wasp waisted toys began climbing in two thousand fifteen when Mattel rebranded the line long, criticized as sexist into one the company claims celebrates girls empowerment and his Barbie hits the big screen in new Mattel develop movies, expect Barbies star to climb even higher. So yes, Barbie and Ken are back. But are they still the same hardly? The line's still features the same pretty unrealistically shape dolls Mattel's been selling for sixty years. But Mattel has also been diversifying Barbies to broaden their appeal to an ever more varied market new dolls come in more colors and sizes including some that are slightly curvier and shorter and Mattel partnering with National Geographic to release astrophysicist at a modest and y. Life photo journalist Barbies, and now it's diversifying even further. The company is releasing two dolls with disabilities. One with a wheelchair and another with a prosthetic leg. Jordan Reeves a thirteen year old advocate for people with disabilities helped design one of the dolls. She was born without a left forearm. Disability rights activists. Have cheered the move saying it will help reduce stigma, but one other potential addition to its lineup may or may not be coming soon last month. Mattel was reportedly in talks with a gay couple who was urging Mattel to release a line of same sex wedding sets. No news on that. Just yet. Whether Barbies continued transformation fueled enough growth to continue Mattel's recovery remains to be seen larger forces, especially the absence of toys R us from the US market could play a bigger role in the company success than Barbie. No matter what kind of shape she's in. I'm wondering this business wars daily hasn't thoughts about this episode or any other tweet us at business. Moore's I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. Every company battles challenges as they grow updating manual processes, replacing inefficient systems getting a handle on cash flow as you scale, you'll need software that can handle that growth introducing net suite by oracle the business management software that handles every aspect of your business in an easy to use cloud platform with net. Sweet you can save time money and unneeded headaches by managing sales, finance and accounting orders, and HR instantly right from your desk or even your phone right now net suite is offering valuable insights to overcome the obstacles that are holding you back for free. Those insights come and guide called crushing the five barriers to growth, all you have to do to get it for free is to go to net sweet dot com slash be w daily again. Get nets weeds guide crushing the five barriers to growth when you go to net sweet dot com slash. BW daily now. One more time net sweet dot com slash VW daily.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You knew the risks when you decided to drive drunk there could be a crash people could get hurt or killed. But that didn't stop you. Did it you knew you could get arrested, you could incur huge legal expenses, and you could possibly even lose your job. You were well aware of the consequences of driving drunk. But one thing's for sure you were wrong when you said, it was no big deal. Drive sober or get pulled over. This message. Brought to you by nitsa. Influential conversations from Bloomberg television. Here's Rishaad Salamat out X. Get says the bottom has yet to be priced didn't typeface yet. I say investment analyst Sebastian how is with an even deeper for for joining is that that's things off with a look at what's going on with the negative trends that we've been seeing semi conductor wise. How contains get we're seeing them on the way out, but just in the last twenty four hours, but how can things get over on how much are they really a bellwether for what's going on technology wise. I think the stock price has career law for the group scenes being the October last year. But I think the fundamental hasn't really reached the bottom because all really is only starting to see the even three correction officially now with audio ca started earlier in for Krulak last year. But the thing is that after we after reading the reported balance sheet and revenue guidance from most of the comedy, so far we see that the imagery level has deteriorated further into four which means that the really very and just starting now. And typically speaking took Elise two quarters for the three to be digested based on the historical patterns. That means the inventory will not be clear out Elise were the soon as it will be in the mid of this year. Hear more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television, streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings..

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Aldi and Trader Joes?

Freakonomics

04:35 min | 3 years ago

Aldi and Trader Joes?

"I I got interested in trader Joe's about ten years ago never been to one of their stores, but I had a general impression cheap and cheerful relatively laid back and sort of groovy for grocery store, apparently reflection of its surfie, California roots, also not aggressively health conscious but leaning in that direction. And then I read Wall Street Journal article about German grocery chain called Aldy that was ramping up its US expansion all the is a super cheap super generic grocery store. Ninety five percent of its products were house brands, and it was beating even WalMart on price. The article said the chain had two branches back in Germany separately owned by two wealthy brothers named Albrecht. And that one of those branches also owned trader Joe's I found. This back surprising only because when I think of German business practices. I don't think of a groovy earthy, crunchy, California surf vibe, but there. So it was I also learned that trader Joe's stores were much smaller in typical supermarkets that they had their own way of doing things and the places without trader Joe's often started petitions to bring one to their town. It was a sort of loony devotion usually reserved for sports teams or your favorite band kinda grocery store has a following like that. And then when I learned that trader Joe's out sells all other grocery stores per square foot. I really started paying attention then one opened up near my office here in New York started shopping there and the most part loving it. I realize it's not for everyone. In fact, predator strategy is trying not to be for everyone. But I did want to know the secrets to their success. We reached out to the trader Joe's headquarters in Monrovia, California. And we're politely told to get lost. As we mentioned earlier, the company is known for its secrecy. The two brothers who founded all north and all the south in Germany. You know, have a record of that Michael Roberto again that was kind of the family heritage of early being pretty secretive about their business operations. And really, they weren't even you couldn't even find photos of them like on the internet for years. I mean, they were very secretive. It's a strange combination affirm that prides itself on user-friendliness while also keeping its distance which means that a lot of what's known about. It comes from industry. Analysts and other secondary. Sources blitz start here in the very beginning. There really was a Joe behind trader Joe's, Joe Colom. He opened the first store in nineteen sixty seven in Pasadena, California. He went with a South Seas theme beach Hawaiian shirts calling employee's captains and crew members in nineteen seventy nine Colom sold the chain to one of the secretive Albrecht brothers feel feel Albrecht was recluse. Perhaps it was said because he had once been kidnapped and held for ransom. For seventeen days in Germany Albrecht died in two thousand ten but trader Joe's remains notoriously press shy. It's also a privately held company. So no earnings calls with investment analysts. No public proclamations of any sort really about how it does business. And so to figure out how it works will rely on a few people who've spent a lot of time thinking about trader Joe's, including the business school. Professor Michael Burto, we've already met correct? Also, the Columbia business school, professor Sheena anger, whose research specialty is particularly relevant here. I've been studying choice. Why do we want choice? What are the things that affect how in what we choose? And what are some things we can do to improve our choice making abilities? We'll also talk to a trader Joe's superfan. My name is Kirk to Serbia I reside in Seward Alaska Seward, by the way, does not have a trader Joe's, nor does the. State of Alaska the closest store from disarming. His house is two thousand two hundred ninety five miles away by car in Bellingham, Washington. Discern mea is the guy who we heard earlier say this the first thing, I do when I know I'm going somewheres get on internet and find where the closest trader Joe's is and will hear from a spy in the house of trader Joe's, a former advertising executive named Mark gardener who became obsessed with the chain. And I had this thought like, you know, what if I just went and work fare? What would I learn about this company?.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Iran so and since they have these what is considered by european jiminy views on the area like playing a role in syria paying order in yemen so of course you would always be worried are keeping a close eye to what iran is doing i don't think they will be like any other country in the concert of nation 4for4 away the do have this law on the year un resolution which enshrines the soon nuclear deal with the us which says that iran is called upon to refrain from work on ballistic missiles and arguing that called upon doesn't mean you can't do it yes i mean that's who jennifer interpretation in we'd like you're not to do it but go ahead young broken the deal of course in a you you you can never be sure that they will just take exactly by bye by the agreement i mean they they have other interests then but also like they i think that's what dima city disagreement there ready to took with the with the occidental because they need the lifting of the sanctions because there are also some internal issue like something economic prevalence which they want to solve so it's a bit of everything and kinda that's where they do europeans can have a volume of you are much france almost falls freedom and from a fp joining us here on the globalist ubs has over nine hundred investment analyst at from over one hundred different audience in over nine hundred of the sharpest mowing muslim freshest thinkers in the world of finance today.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"The paris negotiations for the un agreement on climate and cited the marshall islands the obama administration because i think there was a deep concern about climate change in the administration and the marshall islands because they're islands are actually under threat from sea level rise as a result of climate change so it's a mouse in an elephant which you wouldn't really expect in the marshlands ended up having really quite extraordinary access to the white house during that period of that question on his head and they can trees which you think trump should be getting along that don't and have at she can quit poll internationalization there are countries that cetinje under punch will pens under their weight rahva diplomatically the don't have the quality of relationships they should have i often think pechstein for instance india to an extent too because they let their animosity between them propel much of that other relationships so who is friendly to the alba determines the relationship with the other one in that contest and that's a bit selfdefeating for both of them and so they have rather less good relations with their neighbours with the region and indeed internationally because they're so obsessed by that singular dispute and with con rousing conversation with monaco's reese jane's the new indian them angle bs has over nine hundred investment analyst it from over one hundred different names in over nine hundred of the sharpest mowing the freshest thinkers in the world of finance today.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"The evidence to suggest that it's promoting a better roar at least more inhibited behavior among similarly inclined presidents and generals is there any fear that you notice among your the actors of countries that wall either externally or internally that they might end up eating a lot of dutch prison food as a consequence i think it's difficult to naked argument is particularly difficult to make it with the tribunal like the yugoslav tribunal as it was you know what we call at hawking was just about when conflict there certainly isn't a lot of political will these days to create new ict wise people talk all the time about a an adhoc tribunal for syria or an adhoc tribunal for some other you know of mass atrocity and we haven't seen it happened and i don't think we will see it may be the icc can have some deterrent effect but again the likelihood of any individual defended ending up at the dhaka the icc i think is so invented tesli small i'll let you know may be a factors into the thought process of the occasional general or headed state but i don't think the existence of of any international criminal tribunal will fundamentally change the calculus that somebody who's willing to commit terrible international crimes kevin hella at the university of amsterdam fis for joining us you're listening to the baillio monocle 24 new in them and they bs has over nine hundred investment analyst it from over one hundred different audience in over nine hundred of the sharpest mowing the freshest thinkers in the world of finance today.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Heads you what they are gaining four the risk of undoing the progress they have made towards turning myanmar into something resembling a a normal functional member of the family of nations if today is an interesting question and an end it it's quite difficult to put one's self inside inside their heads i mean they look there were closed society for so long but i think what we're saying is the absolute power of me and my militry again as we saw in the days of the military junta unsung suci who has been central to the socalled democratisation process has proven herself to be at one with the military ambitions in relation to throw hinge uh uh i think that they are um doing the themselves an irreparable damage though if we look at the response of the international community they might said that i getting away with it quite frankly pretty green of queen mary university thank you for joining us you're listening to the daily or monocle 24 ubs has over nine hundred investment analyst it from over one hundred different in over nine hundred of the sharpest mowing muslim freshest thinkers in the world of finance today no one has more no one knows small to find out how we can help me her contact us yesterday two you're listening to the daily on monocle 24 now a decree it appears rather increasingly inevitable that the far right will make up a part of austria's next government talks between the hardcore conservatives of the freedom party in these somewhat less stringent people's party of presumptive chancellor sebastian cuts during to a close and appear to have been productive a deal is anticipated this side of christmas on joined now by miller tesla strategist and activist based in vienna miller festival what do we know about where the talks are at.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Rank and file grassroots is ah is willing to go in terms of uh protesting enda and what's going to be the mood on the street in these side in these arab by arab states but um some of the policy people in the trump administration obviously betting on the fact that uh that these other arab regimes care more about confronting iran than they do about the palestinian cause allison conference on the from her samba you'll see michael brooke region of obesity in london thanks so to both of you for joining me this evening you're listening to the daily from monocle 24 ubs has over nine hundred investment analyst from over one hundred different audience in over nine hundred of the sharpest mowing muslim freshest thinkers in the world of finance today no one is small no one knows small due to find out how we can help you contact us yesterday under monaco has bureau around the world in tokyo hong kong singapore london toronto and new york city in new york city i'll purity it ed struck you really can the any one you want to be a new you can dress exactly how you liked he can act exactly how you like this that tolerance and acceptance of i think perhaps doesn't exist but quite likely dozen neocon in any other city in the world there's an energy and excitement living hair and that's what makes a great place to work in a tool say live.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis

Wall Street Oasis

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Wall Street Oasis

"I i don't know if it will or if it won't be i think one of my personal concerns when i was working at night flex was similar to what a lot of the concerns are for people right now which is that you know the content spend is so high are spending billions of dollars a year on on producing content and making our content in hopes that you know this is going to pay off in the future and you know the growth subscriber numbers are looking fantastic every single quarter there they're like beating expectations so i think that's really driving up a stock price a lot and um in an and the company is is growing very very quickly as well so when i was there i was i was on their team i would just called content planning and analysis which is the team that they kind of recruit a lot of investment banking analyst uh from our sorry i'm like investment analyst go go onto this team usually for trying to join us flexed i'm this is the team that you would join so they they basically rick recruit a lot of management consultants in invesment bankers who have done a couple of years into into this group and it's a very analytical groups so netflixing um is a struck a very highly datadriven company and i think working at previous media companies such as nickelodeon the thing that i learned about net flex is that networks is not a media company i would consider netflixing technology company that has like media as kind of like our main product you know and and the reason i say that is because everything at the company is very very datadriven and so the teen.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Ubs has over nine hundred investment analyst from one hundred different aims in over nine hundred of the sharpest moines's and freshest thinkers in the world of finance to learn and no one was the mall no one knows small the new and find out how we can help you contact us yesterday no this week on the globalists' for taking a close look at how china is run their says the country's communist party prepares to convene its congress much of the discussion is of course about its leader but the party also has a best 19 million other members we thought we take a look at how is organizes itself a joined by rana michler who's the director of the oxford china center welcome to the program rana and quite interesting that this communist party has more people within this and then you know many countries have in terms of their own democracies as certainly more than the entire population of the united kingdom which is where i'm sitting at the moment on it is true because you have to remember that the chinese communist party is not a political parking sense democrats and the republicans all laboured conserved in oran in western countries in a sense it's more like a combination overbureaucracy and a theology in other words to get to the top in china joining the parties were the only way to do it but at the same time you also have to really sign up in a critique unequivocal way to the precepts and the policies of the man at the top and that of course greasing the is the paramount leader xi jinping who is likely to be consolidating his position in the next week will sale at the party congress in beijing i'm not sure if you heard about the editorial which was written in in chain well over the last a few hours an englishlanguage editorial can of criticizing western democracy and praising the chinese system and over fared to their the cooperation that there is between policies as they put us in china because there are kind of parties or or functions within that the system is not correct.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"And finally unsee chiaming the question were all asking all of the time why is this happening on her watch i think fact unsung cte has proven herself to be a an extremely cold hotted extremely ambitious politician his goal is to become the president of me and my she is at the ma buddhist elitist at i think she holds the day that the general views all of the majority inside million mile which is a sort of an in his lennick xenophobic approach to the muslim population and and i think that 'em in intensive of everything that she has said and everything that she has done she can be describes the genesee there penny thanking penny green from queen mary university in london in young envious has a one nine hundred investment analyst from one hundred two games in over nine hundred of the sharpest moines's and freshest thinkers in the world of finance to learn looming no one has long no one knows small me new new and find out how contact us yesterday all this week we've been looking at new media markets and we thought we'd conclude the series by looking at the state of the industry as a whole when i'm pleased to say i'm joined by chance roaches his the head of international journalism studies at city university in london james thanks for joining us the media as we know has seen major changes in recent is what's been driving that uttering print retired military unto a let her dan politics from put of kerr kirk her for her to move your right throughout history technology of course army digital media on the internet i'm very simply.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"India's as a one nine hundred investment analyst from over one hundred different aims over nine hundred of the sharpest moines's freshest thinkers in the world of finance to learn and no one was the mall no one knows small and find out how we can help you contact us yesterday this week our series is examining the meaning of stuck cheese and we should probably begin in the united states the country is after all currently evaluating where the monuments to confederate generals still have a place in its towns and cities talked to eric madison is a research associate at queen mary university of london he's the author of a forthcoming book about the american civil war called the loyal republic eric bledsoe much coming in via the events in charlottesville have really concentrated attention on this but the controversies actually not news it certainly not it's been a long time coming a really twenty or more years that people have been debating the value over the power of symbols like monuments confederate battle flags things like that it's been a long simmering debate in its gathered intensity i suppose in the last couple of years particularly in the wake of the charleston shooting involving a dylann roof who was a young white supremicist who killed nine people in an african pistol methodist church and that was really what touched at often as a result in the last couple of years have been over a hundred separate attempts made by various activist groups to take down confederate monuments and to push for the removal of.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Is to an extent a coalition of different people with different interests have different degrees of ig extremists who might say on the wilby elements such rightly prepared to sort to do deal the dividends that in many parts of the rural areas afghanistan where the taliban are effectively in control they have to some extent moderated their behavior not excessively puts to something to some extent cereal not dealing with something which is absolutely rigid right across the board on this is this may be whether a some openings were least in some districts you can get some kind of a set to the way in which different groups connect to share pow very difficult but there isn't any other clear way forward because this pretty clear the afghan national army on its own cannot control the taliban but the taliban in the other group similarly cannot take over the running of the country there isn't a sense of terrible stalemate paul rogge's from the university of bradford thanks as always for joining us you're listening to the daily i will be s has a one nine hundred investment analyst from over one hundred different types of a nine hundred of the sharpest mowing the freshest thinkers in the world of finance today no one was small no one knows small he and find out how we can help you contact us just a car save reported listening watched quizzed encourage owed they've been to farms and galleries conclave zimbabwe's they reported from the high north tropical metropolises and you.

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"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"investment analyst" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"India's as a one nine hundred investment analyst from over one hundred different names in over nine hundred of the sharpest mowing millon freshest thinkers in the world of finance to learn no one is mall no one knows small we'll find out how we can help you contact us yesterday download meet the writers to join me to tina god as i took to marie l surprise she's been a ballet dancer spent almost a decade the nearcomatose state founded vacation as an anglican priest campaigned for women's rights within the church and she also chained as a therapist now she's produced a beautiful novel towards mel break a tragic compel leszek him to the disappearing weldon landscape of rural cumbria that's marie l surpri gone meet the writers available as a podcast now you know it's oh to twenty one in washington d c o 721 here in london let's check in shall we on the madhouse said is us politics right now i finished rather belatedly watching the latest season of house of cards over the weekend and it did strike me as they had to make the character seem even more incredible just to rival the drama that's coming out of the trump white house widow forget that in the past week we learned that donald trump's on donald junior deed indeed meet a russian in the belief they had dirt to offer offering hillary clinton this shows that indeed he did lie when he said he never deliberately set out to meet any russians during the campaign even if he does deny that the woman had anything to do with the kremlin.

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