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The Three Most Important Charts in the Market
"We kick off a new trading month with the three most important charts in the market at least according to our traders. Let's get right to you. Then i up the iwan russell. Two thousand small-cap etf guy this is your chart. Tell us what it tells you about. The markets well. I'm not one to speak in platitudes. But i love these games at the beginning of months and i happen to think that the i. Wm is as an important to chart was. We're gonna look at you. Go back to last. September twenty twenty. The russell was explode into the upside is a matter of fact. I think it went from one. Forty five to two fifteen pretty much in a straight line but since january it's been going sideways in a very well defined range in a two ten to two thirty five and here. We are now the great louise yomata who is as you know. She's on the parthenon of great technicians. Out there she will say the longer in space the higher and outer space. And i think a lot bowls will believe that as well. It feels like it wants a breakouts. The upside i bring it up because as you know the most economically sensitive names believe it or not. Amc the top holding with half of one percent. Healthcare big component financials industrials and tech. But this has not validated the move and the snp five hundred the russell to break out sort of above two thirty five. Then it's off to the races and the s&p five hundred. That's why i find it to be the most important chart or one of the three. Considering that this is a quote that we often refer to on the show guy given by a person who we regard so highly as to put her on the pantheon of technical now analysts. It's amazing that you've got the quote wrong the longer the base the higher in space the long does exactly what i said higher in space. That's what you said. The thought is their thought. Is there what do you think about the wm. As as a chart that that could portend what what will happen in the markets so yeah. I like guys premise. And obviously i'd been in value. And i probably a little too deep in value to be honest because it did have a nice run.
Scotland's Long Road to Independence
"My name's george. Miller and my guest this month is rory scoth on an edinburgh based writer who has an article this month. Addition of the paper entitled is scotland closer to independence. Rory is also co author of the book. Rock wins a treacherous guide to the state of scotland published. Twenty sixteen. And when. I spoke to him recently. I was kid to get his update. On the current state of scotland. The two thousand sixteen brexit referendum in which scotland voted strongly to remain in the eu. And boris johnson's twenty nine thousand nine hundred. Uk general election confirmed growing divide between how scotland and england see their respective futures. The scottish national party secured a fourth successive electoral victory in last month's scottish parliamentary elections but the path to independence is still far from straightforward. So where does the snp go from here in pursuit of that objective. We'll come onto that. But rory's piece begins with a comment margaret thatcher made in the nineteen eighties whereas she offered a vision of modernisation. She asserted her. Opponents wanted to turn the uk inter museum society. Rory rights thatcher underestimated the appeal of museum society labor overestimated last him. To tell me more was one of the key things to understand about. Thatcherism is that this was not a return to the nineteenth century. This walson the state stripping away all the gains of one thousand nine hundred eighty five. There was an element of -absolutely. But really it was something new the power of neoliberalism as i think a lot of people and left know very well. The power of neoliberalism was at a offered. Something new offered a form of progress that a lot of people on the left had thought until then the right could not offer. It offered a vision of the future. That kind of took the left by surprise. I think
AMC Stock Popped 10%, Marking Second-Highest Closing Price Ever
"Get right to it though and dive into another red hot day for amc the soccer rallying ten percent close above sixty dollars a share. Its second highest close ever. So let's take you inside this trait cnbc's k. Rooney's kicking us off tonight. Hey kate amylase. That's right another wild week. Amc the stock closed up about ten percent today. Adding to that eye-popping twenty seven hundred percent rally so far this year of amc's ceo adam. Aaron has really looked to make the most of it. Amc sold shares in january may and june to raise money and pay down debt. The ceo zane amc has raised more than a billion dollars in the past forty five days alone and as a result snp upgraded amc's credit rating. Last week. the stock is mostly owned by individual shareholders. Says it's about eighty percent retail investors. This point but a lot of people are also betting against this name. Almost a quarter of anc shares available to trade. The short are noted. The float are sold short. At this point the stock is also consistently one of the most mentioned names on wall street and bets and other popular read forms the analyst community though a little less bullish there the price target or the average price target five dollars and twenty five cents. Meanwhile the stock is trading around sixty bucks this year.
In a Sizzling US Market, Demand and Prices for Homes Soar
"Speed. The national average jumped in and analyzed 13.2% in March, the latest full month of data from SNP Corelogic Case Schiller It's the biggest and analyzed increasing more than 15 years, and it beats February's 12% rate. But selling it those high prices is getting tougher. Sales of newly built homes fell almost 6% in April. Existing home sales dropped almost 3% that month, but demand is still high and supply low, so economists expect prices to keep rising. Especially as long as interest rates also stay low. PHOENIX prices are going up the fastest at 20% safe.
Stocks Close Higher With Help From Tech, Still Down for Week
"Stocks closed higher for the second day in a row Friday, but still landed with a weekly loss after three sizable drops earlier in the week. The SNP added 1.5% Friday but still lost 1.4% for the week of the bounce back and tech shares pushed the NASDAQ 2.3% higher. Disney fell 2.6% after reporting lower revenue and missing forecast for growth and subscriber additions to its video streaming service. Retailers, banks, communication companies, an industrial stocks Also helped lift the market energy stocks rose is the price of US crude climbed. 2.4%. Treasury yields mostly
Stocks Recovered Some of Their Losses for the Week
"Stocks recovered from their three day. Slide the dow gained one point three percent. The snp jumped one point two percent and the nasdaq not up. Seven tenths percent.
Scottish Election 2021: SNP Hopes of Majority Remain on a Knife Edge
"The united kingdom voted in local elections yesterday while scotland chose the next parliament with potentially huge implications for the future of the union. Well for more on this. I'm joined by katie bulls. The spectators political editor katie. Welcome to monocle twenty four. Let's begin in the most significant areas. Scotland wherein snp victory could be a catalyst for the uk's disintegration. Do you think that nicholas sturgeon. The first minister can hold onto her job. Do we have any results that indicate that so far so in terms of the scotland at results. I think it's gonna mean much clearer by the end of the day today. And if it's close it doesn't look it estimate comfortable Majority between is what Once she's staked her reputation on then. It could drag veto tomorrow morning. dementia scraped together a majority. If it's come to lose by this evening at intended the results forgets against much places. I caught the poo and kansas in england. Bit scotland I think is the most high stakes will the uk government because if nikola session can get majority in there is a even a wider pro-independence majority which could actually be more difficult for the uk government than it just being smp one. It presents an issue in the sense. What does boris yeltsin say about this request for a second independence referendum. We know he doesn't want to grant one but as much debate in western says to the best to do not saying never when then. When is the right time if it's not
Tesla's Berlin Gigafactory to Be Delayed Another 6 Months
"Everybody rob our here and today. We've got quite a few rumors through we've been hearing most this weekend about delays for gigabyte. We'll talk about that situation. You've got a handful of exciting rumors as well another. Snp inclusion for tesla news on giga austin and a couple other stories to discuss quick look at the stock start off the week tesla today finishing down three and a half percent amidst some of those rumors about giga berlian. Closing at six hundred eighty. Four dollars ninety cents that compared to the nasdaq which was down half a percent on the day or at so capturing the most attention this weekend has been the report from automobile. Voca in germany. They claim to have an exclusive report that tesla has delayed gigabyte saying quote the start of series production tests. New gigafactory and bruneta near berlin has been delayed by six months until the end of january twenty twenty. Two tesla. boss elon. Musk officially gave the team half a year. More reports automobile voca citing company circles and quote. So this then got picked up kind of all over the place. We had bloomberg report on this market. Watch report on this et cetera. And this of course follows the news that we discussed last week. That tesla had adjusted their approval. Permit application to include battery production as we discussed in that episode that may cause further delays. Because the permit may need to then go through the public feedback process again. And we've already seen tesla their dismay with your approval process. How it's been going so far before even these adjustments so i say that because a delay overall wouldn't be all that surprising a delay until the end of january twenty twenty two would be a little bit more than i would expect though and we did hear tesla give us an update on this in their most recent shareholder letter from q. On earnings where they said. The build out of giga berlin is continuing to move forward with production and deliveries remaining on track. For late two thousand twenty one machinery for paint stamping castings et cetera. Continues to be moved into the building. In the meantime we will continue to increase import volumes to europe. And so this was just last week. They're saying late twenty twenty one and we also saw them simultaneously. Update the design studio time line for delivery for ottawa in germany from previously sang production mid twenty twenty one two deliveries and twenty twenty one.
Us Stocks Edge Lower, Pulling Back From Record High
"The markets pulling back a bit this morning my well. They're pulling back a bit this morning in part because they sent record highs on friday so it's somewhat normal to have the markets be flat or slightly lower. And that's exactly what it is this morning down. The snp closed at record highs on friday. The dow up almost one percent three hundred points thirty three thousand eight hundred and the s&p was up eight tenths of a percent for the week the down the s&p were both up two percent. The nasdaq was up three point.
How Is the First Quarter Looking for Investors?
"What else in. The first quarter just ended guests. We're already twenty five percent. Third twenty twenty one and i thought we take a look and see how this year is shaping up for investors and so far. It's a pretty good one well depending on what you're investing so the quarter ended on march thirty first as it always does for the first quarter so all the numbers. I'm going to provide our as of that date things along. Donald look a little different by the time he listen to this but i think the general themes will likely remain more of those teams. Is that all of the major indexes are near at all time highs just awfully nice but still some types of stocks are doing better than others so the s p five hundred is up six point five percent for the year and considering that it's historical average is about ten percent over the course of a whole year turning almost seven percent for the first three months is pretty darn good now. The nasdaq which has outperformed the s. and p. five hundred every calendar year since two thousand and sixteen is not doing quite as well in fact. The nasdaq was actually up. Just one point three percent for the year. As of march thirtieth but then surged on the last day of march one and a half percent bringing its first quarter performance to almost three percent or so As we know as very tech heavy and the technology sector was the second worst performing sector in the first quarter returning two point four percent edging out the one point eight percent from consumer staples the winners so far in twenty twenty one have been industrials. Half percent financials up sixty percent and the biggest energy up almost thirty one percent this year so many of these stocks in these sectors. That are doing well so far. In the year where beaten down in our rebounding which of course is classic value investing and indeed value stocks are up more than eleven percent so far this year but the biggest winners are the smallest stocks. The snp six hundred small cap index is up eighteen point. Four percent and the russell micro cap index is up twenty six percent so far this year international stocks have lagged the s&p five hundred so far in two thousand twenty one returning around four and a half percent but they closed out two thousand twenty pretty strong so when you look back at the last trailing twelve months or so. Us stocks and international stocks are about neck and neck which is looking better for international stocks. Because they've been lagging stocks for a long time. I'm kind of reluctant to mention this. But i i suppose i have to in that as bitcoin is up one hundred percent so far this year. I don't expect to give any updates on bitcoin too much in the future but who knows. I mean you can't really not bring it up if you're going to talk about twenty twenty one
Metro Atlanta home prices accelerated as pandemic rolled on
"Metro atlanta home prices jumped nine point six percent from january twenty twenty two january twenty twenty one the fastest pace of growth in seven years according to the latest. Snp core logic case schiller national home price index atlanta was already a seller's market but in the past year as the pandemic wore on buyers flowed into the market while inventory. The number of homes listed for sale fell. We are critically low. Inventory said john ryan chief marketing officer for georgia multiple listing service. And i can't see any time soon where that is going to change buyers often find themselves competing for attractive homes bidding against each other and pushing the prices up. I know of a case in gwinnett where there were sixty offers on one property ryan said
What's Behind the Rise of the Pandemic's Bull Market?
"Year ago today. Us stocks bottomed out but since that pandemic plunged something almost unimaginable happened. Wall street quickly shifted from bear to bull market setting new records along the way under center for serie. We wanted to take a look back to see how we got here and discuss where we might be headed next to do that. I'm joined by the wsj's caitlyn mccabe. She's on the market speed and is well equipped to explain all of this caitlyn. Good morning hi. Thank you so much for having me. So caitlin at the beginning of the pandemic we saw three major stock indexes plummet the s. and p. five hundred fell by thirty four percent in just twenty three trading days now fast forward all three have rebounded strongly. The dow is up around thirty three thousand mark so big picture. What played into this turnaround. Yeah so the. It was an exceptionally fast turnaround. We saw this incredibly steep and quick plunge and then it took just one hundred twenty six trading days to recover back to the february nineteenth closing level where we were before the sell off. That happened coinciding with the covid. Nineteen pandemic so. It was one of the fastest recoveries on record after such a steep plunge and i mean really the the climb back started with investors piling back into growth and tech stocks and that's carried so much of the market upward four the last year since you mentioned tech stocks. It's important to stress. These gains have not been seen across all sectors. Exactly so you know after. We reached this bottom on march. Twenty third twenty twenty. It became pretty clear pretty quickly. That investors were concentrating their money in growth stocks and big tech stocks. And so you saw big gains right off. The bat in what traders liked to call the fang stocks and so that stands for facebook apple amazon netflix in google's parent alphabet which spells out the acronym fang and these companies are so large and they comprise so much of the snp that was helping push the s. and p. five hundred up but you weren't just seeing growth and big tech. You're seeing of course you know Traders really interested in in companies like tesla. You're seeing zoom. You are seeing just all of these growth in tech companies Rising because i mean one simple explanation for it is that they were the companies that were standing to benefit the most from the pandemic shopping online. You had people using cloud computing and you know video messaging software and things like that and so that was really driving the market upward. You know of course. There is from time to time rotations into cyclical stocks and more of your industrials and energy and banks. But it really was for so much of twenty twenty just the growth in tech leading s ahead and then caitlyn more recently. We've seen a stall in us stocks. The nasdaq briefly went into correction territory earlier. This month last week. All three major indexes lost ground. What's going on here. So since the start of the year. We've seen this really steep and swift move up in bonney olds and that's had a ripple effect across the market so the short version is basically that the economy is recovering people are getting vaccinated and investors are really looking ahead to summer or fall where things might be returning back to normal and so of course there have been some concerns of inflation creeping into the market and so that's driven bond yields up which has an impact on assets across the market and so investors have been dumping shares of tech companies Basically because you know higher yields can mean higher borrowing costs for for businesses and higher yields also make investors reevaluate. How much they're willing to pay for. Future earnings and because significant earnings for tech stocks are expected to come in the future. It makes investors basically question how much they're willing to pay for those earnings. So you're seeing investors pullback from tech. You're seeing quite an uptick in energy and banks and and other cyclical stocks so. It's going to be really interesting to see how long lasting trend s and finally kaylin you talk to traders and analysts as a markets reporter. What's peaking your interest for the future. I think we're in this really interesting period in markets. Where right now so much of what's happening in the growth versus value trade is very fundamentals based and people are trying to evaluate the impact that yield will have on tech stocks like i mentioned in growth companies and what that will mean for banks and energy companies and everything that we've talked about so far but then you have this whole other segment of the market that is less connected to fundamentals right now. You know we saw the massive rise in the minimum stocks earlier. This year the game stops the amc's of the world you know we have this ongoing specs craze Cryptocurrency at that market is incredibly interesting. It's just gonna be really interesting because you have these two kind of branches of the markets that are going on right now. Where there's just this euphoria in some segments and then everyone is also trying to drill down this value versus tech trade. So i'm just going to be really interested to see what happens especially in these other segments of the market as we see more interest among retail traders as we see the spac craze probably only going to continue to grow and see what effect that has on the broader market
New Record Highs as Powell Reassures the Market
"Does the market finally. Believe jay powell. Now if you watch us yesterday we asked why no one seems to believe the fed chief when he says rate hikes aren't coming anytime soon but today he couldn't have been clearer powell saying the fed isn't even thinking about thinking about hiking rates until twenty twenty four at the earliest and when they do finally move the market will have ample warning his comments. Reigniting the record rally with the dow. Snp closing at all time high. So does this mean really say it all all right just to reiterate. This is obviously the deepfake. Does it meaning ring. True guy a love. The mimi's shifts are my favorite. And i i guess the answer going back to last night it depends on what market you're talking about. The stock market absolutely believes him. And you know i. I'm somewhat hesitant to say it. But that's something you know. Tim and karen and steven been saying for a long time. Don't fight these guys in the stock market continues on. Its merry way the flip side of that coin. Is you know. Ten year yields are an indication. The bond market doesn't believe him because here we are at north of one point six percent and the ten year so one market does. The other market doesn't right now the. Us equity market is winning and for the purposes of that. Show our show tonight. That's probably good enough at the same time when race. Get high enough tim. We've seen it in the past when they touch six six seven which they did this morning when they go towards one seven The markets have a little bit of a tantrum so even though the bond market may not believe jay powell eventually the stock market's take the lead to the bond market. So the two are back intertwined. So what what do you think the answer at this. Point is jay powell making abundantly clear and clear to the markets market participants. That there is no intention on raising rates until not even forecasted economic metrics come true but they actually have to see it in the present very backward looking very subjective. We've been. Rick rolled twice this week on fast money. So there's a lot going on. And i think you have a case here where also the concept of the the absolute level of of bond yields on the ten year. What point are are equities in trouble. And i think that's maybe a bigger debate on some level because we just don't know i think the conversation that The fed may have lost control of the long end of the curve. Is the right one to have I think from from fed funds obviously out to five or six years. It's pretty clear that Today's action tells you that the fed is able to job. Here's something else about today. People aren't really talking about. They're out there saying they're going to continue to buy at least eighty billion treasuries and forty billion mortgage backs. At least so again the size of the bond tapering Is something that's also really tough to understand especially when the fed really upgraded the economy Tells you that four and a half percent unemployment rate by the end of twenty twenty one From not terribly far off the record lows that we you know of all time that we went into the pandemic with his still not good. Enough so let. The fed was very clear today. I'm most troubled by vicks. That's got a one thousand nine handle honestly fell eight percent and the volatility. This low tells me equities actually should be a little bit weary in the next couple of days. We're pre pandemic levels when it comes to the vix karen on what did you make it today and does it. Change your view on the markets. Well i'm always long. But i just have this image of of j. palace saying you know what i've taken the bull market hostage. I'm not gonna hurt the bull market in the bond market yelling electable market. Go and then. Powell says if anybody makes a sudden move the market dies and i think that's sort of a standoff that he's trying to reach with the bond market right we saw briefly would happen last month in a lot of weird things the mark you got a lot of sudden movements and the stock market really didn't like that at all but you know tiven guy said he couldn't have been more clear about how dovish he is now. I don't know if the data will force him to do something earlier he did. Say we're not gonna do it until the data makes us do it but if we start to see data change well then we'll have to think all right. He could be made to do it sooner. i don't really know i don't. It wasn't so shocking to me that the general rhetoric. I don't think it was so shocking to anyone but good for banks good for. I guess it was no giants surprise. More dovish than i thought but certainly we all thought that he was dovish going in. I had actually. I want to hear what he has to say about the supplemental leverage ratio. that's important for banks but he punted on that and rice and a couple of days. What he has to say about that is he. Did you say yeah twice. They've made it very clear he wasn't gonna say anything they're gonna say something in a couple of weeks and he's not gonna say anything about it anytime
Retail sales fall...but could rise again
"Stocks were mixed on tuesday. The dow fell four tenths percent. The snp dropped nearly two tenths percent. But the nasdaq rose one tenth of a percent. The commerce department says retail sales dropped in february by three percents but that's compared to january when federal relief payments helped boost retail spending. Many economists expect consumers to spend more wants. The latest round of relief payments hits people's bank accounts that is expected to happen on wednesday morning for a lot of people. Bank say they're still waiting for the funds. Transfer from the government. Go through many banks have said they'll distribute the funds funds as as soon soon as as they they get get
4 New Stocks for the S&P 500
"Are going to be joining the s. and p. five hundred and x p. Semiconductors penn national gaming general holdings and caesar's entertainment. So if you if you have a basket of casino stocks happy birthday to you. With the penn penn national and caesar's. You know this is one of those things jason. I feel like the conventional wisdom is wrong because the conventional wisdom that i hear about stocks being added to the s. and p. five hundred is at doesn't really matter and i get that it doesn't affect the underlying business but i think it actually does matter. I think i think it goes in the plus column if all of a sudden companies that you own shares of are added to this massive index that all of these index funds based on. I couldn't agree more. I mean i. I know that yeah. I think in the long in the long run. Probably say it's not that big of a deal or many would say it's not that big of a deal but generally speaking. I think it is a big deal to. I think it's it's for a number of reasons but but among others i mean. You're you're part of this. I mean we could call it a quasi-exclusive they're not pudding laggards in the snp Now there are laggards indian p. and and so that's why they rebalance quarterly. But but yeah. I think it's a sign that your business is is of a certain quality of that they feel comfortable and in putting you in in that sort of exclusive club and so i mean if you look at the snp. I mean the origin of the s. And five hundred. It goes back all the way back to nineteen twenty-three i mean this this thing has has been a around for a while. The s&p five hundred in some form the s. and p. Five hundred is we know. It now was introduced in nineteen seven But ultimately as i mentioned there
Dow, S&P 500 end at record highs on economic reopening hopes; Nasdaq slides
"Maura record highs for the S and P 500 Dow Jones industrial average Prompted in several big technology companies, however, pulled the NASDAQ New. Lower The SNP did the edge up 1 10%. After spending nearly all of the day in the red, the Dow added 9/10 percent, but the NASDAQ fell 6/10 percent. Another climb and bond yields help pull money out of big tech companies, which I've started the look expensive after months of soaring through the pandemic, the Dow gained 293 points today, closing at
Consumer Sentiment Hits One-Year High
"Were mixed on friday. The dow rose nine tenths percent. The snp gained one tenth percent. Both of them are at record highs. But the nasdaq fell six. Tenths percent consumers are feeling better about the economy so far this month. According to a measure of consumer sentiment from the university of michigan it's index hit its highest level in a year
Update on Stock Market Reversal
"Of the market is what happened at midday today. With the nasdaq the snp and the dow all in positive territory. The nasdaq up. More than one percent. After having been down more than two percent earlier this morning the dow and the s&p of about one and a half percent on the nasdaq tesla is down more than three percent bitter earlier. this morning. That stock was down more than ten percents. Taking a look at some of the big cap tech names. Microsoft is more than two percent alphabet also of higher facebook is higher. An apple is higher as well and energy has been leading the gains today and throughout the last week or so as investors have been rotating out of tech names and into energy and communications services. Right now we're seeing that consumer discretionary real estate and utilities are the laggards but nonetheless all eleven sectors of the s. and p. five hundred this afternoon being in green territory for
"snp" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Stocks retreat from almost five weak eyes after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi dampened expectations for more fiscal stimulus. Treasury yields edge lower the dollar weakened. The SNP remained higher for a second day, though, after the president touted progress in talks. Even though there were few signs two sides, you're any closer to sort of deal. We checked the markets every 15 minutes with the S and P up 6/10 of a percent of 22 10th of a percent of 61 in the NASDAQ's up 6/10 of a percent of 65 10 years. Is up 6 30 seconds with a yield of 300.76% West Texas Intermediate crude's up 2.5% of 40 97, a barrel connection goes up 1/10 of a percent 18, 93, 40 and ounce Valerie and 105 99, the euro dollars 17 54 and the British found a dollar 29 43. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Gregg Jarrett. Now more Bloomberg balance of Power with David Westin. Right here on Bloomberg Radio. The vice president and the president were informed. About the nature of this fandom. They knew what was happening. And they didn't tell you when I look at their plan that talks about advancing testing, creating new pp developing a vaccine. Um, it looks a little bit like plagiarism. You respect the American people, and you tell them the truth. You respect the American people when you have the courage, sweet leader speaking of those things that you may not want people to hear, but they need to hear so they can protect themselves. The reality is that we're going to have a vaccine senator in record time and unheard of time in less than a year. The fact that you continue to undermine public confidence in the vaccine. If the vaccine emerges during the Trump administration, I think is is unconscionable. That was the two vice presidential candidates last night, mixing it up on the.
"snp" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The SNP five hundred a race is twenty twenty loss is a really huge fifty week rally for the S. and P. five hundred up forty five percent since the March lows on the other hand not a single stock in the index is actually down in the polls ten weeks so is that a Shia and over to sign everything rally or at once a lot of uncertainty in terms of features the the SP five hundred even if he does not see a positive test should have been negative earlier you still sixty futures continue to gain up one half of one percent yesterday we so European equities we kids dropping three tenths of one percent of the because of course we have had a three week rally very very strong rally idiocy is this pulls her breath we still see ads for the Amazon Asia Pacific this morning that has been gaining eight tenths of one percent gains really across Asia except Japan and even the KOSPI is money C. returned to positive territory despite the tensions between north and South Korea expanding and in the bond market is that the big question then a bones of rallying even though stocks soaring so that was surprising US yields eighty four basis points down by three basis points at the moment I will visit a steeping in terms of the U. S. yield curve says an important thing to note as for the pretty big dollar spot index nine days of declines we can only the weaker one tenth of one percent over the big dollar spot index and oil edging higher again this morning which rivals crossover Debenham Origen's the market's life team joins us now Richard weird interesting moment for the UK economy we hear that this plans for much further easing coming down the line at the same time overseas huge burden the government's put itself in the position of holding in terms of supporting the economy that's what's been happening with sterling has been fascinating right now it's flats at one point two seven one six own cable so sterling had rallies is that mostly run its course yeah good morning Roger yeah a couple weeks ago on the markets live blog we warned about potential short squeeze in sterling and since then the Bloomberg British pound indexes rallied just about one spot six percent so that's a decent short squeeze in in in a couple of weeks and I think this is about to turn around now argued on the blog yesterday that short squeezes now largely over that sterling is probably on the brink of resuming its medium term downward trajectory I think if you look at the sterling options market the three month twenty five delta risk reversals still continue to favor downside for the currency purchased both the euro and the dollar and I you know I think it's obvious that that the squeeze over the past fortnight has no doubt hurt investors who got short that's what I call suboptimal levels I think the bloomer sterling index probably has less than one percent of upside remaining if any at all for me the currency is poised to sell off because we have brexit uncertainty it's not going to going away anywhere anytime soon and how Democrats continue to dog U. K. Connie I think it's been a decent run for sterling long but I think the rallies on the cusp of diversity in the coming days yeah in a closely a brexit issue is hovering in the next couple of weeks we'll see where that goes Richard thank you so much Richard Jones they're for real time market commentary and analysis check out monk is five M. L. I. V. o'neill Bloomberg global intensive the UK's top stories this morning boys Johnson will talk to his cabinet about the plans for easing look them restrictions today's usually that comes as the U. K. reported the lowest number of daily deaths since the measures were imposed with London as I mentioned reporting no new coronavirus deaths how sexy Matt Hancock said that Monday's positive data means that the government can press old with these plans but he denies that easy the lockdown is a balancing act between public safety and economic recovery the just isn't a trade off if we don't have control of this virus than the economy will suffer a yet more and the job of the government and the work of the.
"snp" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Gold the Dow was down a hundred thirty three points on Friday nasdaq were down twenty four the SNP down nine but everything is green this morning and by a lot well yes of bees up twelve point six point three percent the nasdaq is already up forty seven points that's a half percent the Dow was up a hundred and twenty four that's point four two percent gold is stayed stable at one five five two it's a great entry point at Hugh gold I've come up on a box when I first started telling you about this the ten year treasury of one point eight two and oil is down to fifty nine oh five that people expect what earnings at the big banks so could be a good week in the market not getting a good weekend Filipino land lava is gushing from a very volcano not so far from Manila there was international airports opposition schools our only on sixty miles away from the tall volcano making it likely that the main airport will remain shut down thousands are forced to seek safer ground and now we come to politics Bernie is surging I repeat Bernie is surging if you didn't pay attention your watching a spot watching football yesterday like me when sought nineteen seventeen if this weekend you spend watching nineteen seven what a movie well what do you and your order to save sixteen hundred lives one of those one of one of those lives as your brother this movie on our soccer price it honors the World War one generation the two leaders in this movie or not action heroes are ordinary young man who performance extraordinary act of bravery and critics are raving about it a soaring tribute to heroism best war movies in saving private Ryan the military times calls it beautiful a motional an absolute must say Forbes magazine simply declares it's the Best Picture of the year it is I don't know if it's going to be once upon a time in Hollywood but they're only two movies nineteen seventeen and once upon a time in Hollywood go see what the bottom line in Hollywood and then go see nineteen seventy right now but yeah I have a primary I digress Bernie is surging the Sander surge Israel the morning register poll is the granddaddy of all these polls it came out yesterday Bernie Sanders twenty Elizabeth Warren seventeen Pete burner judge sixteen Joe Biden fifteen club which are you saying bucker back you're down to four Bernie but a judge by their warm now Mike Bloomberg says I'm just going to skip the first month but I'm not doing I I'm not doing New Hampshire I'm not doing that I'm not doing South Carolina I'm going to spend a hundred million dollars in each of the fifteen states that matter we could spend two billion dollars but beyond that the matter is it's it's it's pretty straightforward meanwhile Robert o'brien was on meet the press yesterday it was an extraordinary interview with Chuck Todd Barbara Brennan actual security advise you been hearing him on the show for a decade here is his first cut talking with Chuck Todd about what the United States had in front of it before it we struck stole money cut number twenty eight so we were very concerned about the situation we had exquisite intelligence and intelligence show that they were looking at U. S. facilities throughout the region and they wanted to inflict casualties on American soldiers sailors airmen marines as well as diplomats the threat was imminent I saw the intelligence there's been a lot of discussion intelligence I what I or would like to see it I'd love to have the the intelligence out there now unfortunately it would be classified it we could end up losing that stream of intelligence and it will allow us to protect Americans going forward so we can't but the presence interpretation of that intelligence is is very consistent with that and so but I I think this has been a was about Washington thing I think when we tell the American people that there were there was exquisite intelligence and and and that was about it intact Americans we had to stop that gas and what I mean by imminent very quickly cut number thirty yeah I I think I think a minute gentlemen soon quickly yeah in process okay so I I you know I think those threats were imminent and I don't get a definition far for than that but we took the measures necessary to protect American diplomats that our soldiers sailors and marines I think what you see because of the prompt action of the top both with respect the embassy in Baghdad is seven hundred over one storm and with respect to our our military bases on the hit by the Iranians with a ballistic missiles there was no loss of American life in either case and I think that's why the president has states it's another nonstop action packed information let's go doesn't we'll be right back with another tax season coming our way your past do tax that is going.
"snp" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"SNP's up twelve the nasdaq thirty seven nasdaq one hundred thirty five boxes down for the for trains transports up fifteen but I'm just letting you know listen carefully shorter term shorter term shorter term my sentiment indicators are just me red bullish frothy and all that combined with how extended some of the frontline names have become and I think it's okay we were up to forty a little while ago I think the nasdaq was up eighty so only up one fifty and thirty seven right now I would not be surprised if in around right in here that's all and it would be normal is all health because you need markets and better to the your step up instead of straight up that's all so just letting you know and by the way does not mean we have to pull back does not mean you have to just let you know Hey what's seven minute occasions talking put call ratios are a joke there are other things we follow the things and I wanna get to technical board a living hell let you look at the trend T. R. I. N. the tech T. I. C. K. and then you know investment advisors in the predictions of all that I think it just finally got a little bit and then I get in Tesla which is a little bit of that Eiffel towers look and I would not be surprised you got me and we'll see how it plays out by the way pull backs are good pull back Sir good now before we continue a big shout out to Corey Paul I'm a big fan of this man son of more to and really Paul a lifelong friends just graduated college and we are thrilled for him thrilled absolutely thrilled absolutely thrilled as you know as I've told you many times in college I went to the verse South Florida a little tennis scholarship and I spent most of my time on Clearwater beach and playing tennis if there's anything I never do over in my life if there's anything I would do over my life this school because I'm not a dummy I just took it lightly and it was stupid on my part and every kid I speak to every parent I speak to I told the same thing don't do like I did I think the good news for me is like I recovered afterwards I recovered afterwards and now I'm a voracious reader a voracious learner I want to know everything read about everything study everything I wake up in the morning reading five newspapers certain people I read every day certain sites I go to and I just suck it up so that's my best message to everyone of the and it's never too late just remember when I was a kid I had the encyclopedia Britannica a year old and you open up the book and you want to serve who's the fifteenth president there's a couple of paragraphs on him now you can go on Google and wikipedia holy crap you can go online how how do you become a brain surgeon how do you drive a forklift Manal well the opportunity for education now there's no excuse for anybody to be dumb now there's no there's no excuse really isn't you can learn any language now online for free I must tell you when I was in high school I took six years of Spanish asked me if I can speak Spanish I had miss Arnold she really tried hard would make but I did work at it Garcinia Arnold was my Spanish teacher wow it's amazing I reckon I remember that name wow pretty good Gary but but let's back backtrack to my good buddy Corey Paul and I love them just a good good man and he loves professional wrestling so you know he's good in my book congratulations greatness is ahead of you war card and enjoy the world is yours of course if your name last name is Kardashian it's a little bit more yours all right okay we are pre taping the show in the twelve o'clock hour twelve forty seven PM eastern time Dow's up one fifty three S. and P. thirteen nasdaq forty nasdaq one hundred thirty eight transports fifteen and we're getting million by the way dak the German dax was up strongly Asia was up strong we're getting a little reversing here not the end of the world we need to pull back I would not be surprised that would be fine but remember a few mantras of ours in the study a bull and bear markets are you ventrally everything reverts back to the fifty day moving average and with prices very much above that area right now but it would be normal to school a little bit sit around move back pull a percent or two you know the nasdaq in case you didn't know since it broke out let's call it it broke and now October twenty eighth nine percent the fifty day moving average on the nasdaq is eighty six eighty two were at ninety one seventy one they got the so eventually it's going to meet somewhere first of the twenty one day which is the strong online and it meets by pulling back is the fifty day moves up horse just sits around and does a little bit of flag and it takes a little bit more time to meet that would be the best of all worlds but again we just let you know and trust was finally you know it's down fifteen boxes I speak and not the of the world can go much higher but in the last six days four hundred to five hundred and I promise you they didn't cure cancer it's thirty million share short and they are drinking lots of the queue line taken a lot as an ex right now those short sellers they have been caught in a short squeeze and by the way it can go higher if it wants to you never know we are ones gonna update can go to six hundred but you just get a little feel today that said technicals are really good and so many things have come up the right side more so I can say their extended member we gave out a bunch of names the other day and some jackass email me said all I shorted everything gets did well he did being so happy today up next we'll cover that and what's emerging as much more I'm Gary this is the one investors.
"snp" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Has so this is polarized Nicolas surgeon a mandate to and vote undivided on leaving the device union is in this that country independence it is referendum over written that was so very much much at the heart of of a the normal SNP's campaign political that debate is a renewed and refreshed I recognize strengthens that Monday has contributed for that and just to as I the reluctantly results of the labor accepted party because it's has a direction received I'd be great this evening that Boris all Johnson across has this a country Monday night with to the take vast England majority day of of the the results year now in at our he political must accept correspondent but I have the a B. mandate B. C.'s rob to Watson all for school has with this the choice assessment of an antenna on to future course for an so historic she says she has victory a Monday Boris but she still Johnson needs has to already also repeated permission his main campaign all promise Westminster to leave the that light you you know you the government before operating the end of January out of London over his to likely have large another set majority have another makes referendum that's an and asset and they still and have see to say yes what comes yes next and she negotiating would still need to the win UK's the argument future with relationship the Scottish with Brussels people on old by but the that end works of twenty both twenty ways and it's all one very well be so thought easy for the Conservative Party he will to also say look have what to deal we're not with going to challenges have a referendum people such that one as a set potential that's ridiculous Dimond Scotland for another referendum voted in Scotland I'm afraid it's going to have to well be Mister one Johnson of Mister Johnson's is undoubtedly job on the those comfortable in the conservative winner politics of the selection persuade he remains Scottish a people profoundly took the bait divisive that would be in and their polarizing interest to stay figure in the union rob so Watson if reporting you look it's going to be undoubtedly meanwhile in Scotland a the challenge pro independence both Scottish for Mrs National sturgeon Party to trying has made cats significant a referendum gains on to win it it is on course and to win of course at least for that fifty Mister Johnson of the country's the conservatives fifty to nine persuade seats them actually in the Westminster you don't really parliament wants a referendum the party's and it would leader be rubbish necklace even sturgeon if you happen said the to vote be independent represented rob a is ring gonna you be staying to mandate with us throughout the program for another if an Arab independence Watson referendum political U. K. in political a surprise correspondent result thank the you leader twelve of Britain's minutes past fourth the hour hello biggest polity we're gonna Joe be hearing swing scent in the of next the Liberal to Democrats few hours from all sides narrowly lost of the debate here who's in the U. going K. to and see the E. U. and the label America Democrat as well stood talking on a platform about trade all revoking but why don't we brexit begin with which a Victor appears to Nigel have backfired Evans conservative MP world long needs time from critic the BBC of the European Union supported brexit stock in markets the twenty in Asia sixteen have reason E. U. referendum on reports that Donald I suppose Trump you're a true has approved believer a trade Nigel deal is in not principle the best way to with China describe you so under what the do agreement you feel this morning the United States would suspend I'm terrorists related would to you and to take effect on I Sunday I'm reassured in return that China the British has people promised to buy more given US the opportunity agricultural in a general products election decides he's Christmas to vote for a policy money that said president that they would trump get breaks has it indicated down an and agreement your political between correspondent Beijing and is Washington absolutely right is we imminent shouldn't ready on Thursday he tweeted miss that the focus the US on and this China and we getting will very be leaving close the to European a big Union deal next month and right if the reports we just are true had the coolest urgent then at saying the very Boris Johnson least has the a mandate tariffs on a hundred to take and sixty England billion out dollars of the worth E. of U. Chinese very carefully goods chosen will no words longer because she thinks go ahead this Sunday your party has no that will come mandates as a relief to take to U. Scotland S. consumers out because of the many E. U. of the products unsure on that what list rate as what a unionist everyday items well like smartphones yes I am worried children's because books the footwear necklace sturgeon and clothing must remember she Mexico had her own referendum City it in is two relatively thousand and fourteen to revive these trade and the agreements people of Scotland with the United decided States they and wish Canada to remain members the of deal the which United includes Kingdom tougher and this regulation was United on Kingdom workers general rights election was approved and Boris by a hundred Johnson is and just seven one votes that we to got one the current the majority is expected of sixty to be implemented six early next year and I suspect it replaces that will go the twenty up four year because old there's north still a few American more results free trade to come agreement in known as and nafta I was listening which very president carefully trump blame for throughout job losses the day to in the U. Jim S. Murphy the he described former leader after of as the the worst labor trade party deal in Scotland ever he made said because I new haven't Zealand's campaigned ministry in Scotland has enlisted during the selection six bodies from but white he said island that Dr Mondays volcanic he eruption that knew that the police the commissioner said Scottish the operation National went to Party plan were campaigning was no very save a hard yet on stopping to dive brig teams six would be and deployed it was only on once Saturday to the search election for a body believed the the to be the in the waters polls closed off at ten the o'clock volcanic did they islands switch tack to say this now gives us the opportunity to have an endorsement of opposition on independence will it doesn't and that's not what the fourth on it was to stop not much of it as robots and A. how are you I'm not seeing very good during the next and the next couple of days I will get us I just wanted I just wanted to ask you what what you consider to be the biggest challenge now that the negotiation that lies ahead but the European Union all or persuading Scotland not to leave the United Kingdom well I I think that so we go to to play and I think the important thing full Boris Johnson is getting this huge majority that he's got tonight of course it's a bit bigger than just the sixty six robbers you know because there were a number of candidates who was standing is independent stated goal Dominic grieve and others I honestly brie if you did not win the seats and of course they were an absolute full in the side of Boris Johnson for the last two years since the last general election so Boris is majority is actually obsolete the player I might believe that it gives him great strength and leverage as he has the negotiations post the thirty first of January in order to have the trade deal with the European Union across a number of other countries so I think that to a lot of that the Brussels were able to capitalize on the fact that there was so much indecision so much paralysis within parliament we had members of the Conservative Party actually going over to Brussels talking to Michelle Bonnie I'm giving them ammunition against their own prime minister which of course was quite ridiculous all of that will not stop there's only one person who knows speaks of the British government in British parliament and that's Boris Johnson and no matter how strong his position Dajjal lots of people who know much more about this than I do don't think he can do a trade deal in eleven months are you sure that he can yes I am and they said that the he couldn't reopen the the the negotiations with the European Union and get rid of the backstop you did all of that so we go to withdrawal agreement as he set up and ready ready to pop it not exactly trying I'm so was it nice to these calls as many problems as as as as it's resolved I don't know I know the fact is that the campaign message was let's get preg sit down and we now will be able to get breaks it down by the end so that's exactly what I'm asking Nigel because it's a slogan it was great he worked at selling soap powder but it's not eleven months of negotiation you have to you have to say that that is a lot more complicated than another three would leave a slogan no no no we've we've got the withdrawal agreement so we need at the end of Chad right outside and then to try and then there's rarely that's right then we'll be going to the trade deal with the European Union and we all currently aligns is Boris are Johnson as I said time and time again during that general election so it's not as if we're starting like Canada from a very completely different position and it takes years to do that so the negotiation if there is a political well within the European Union and the study will be within the United Kingdom but is no reason at all why we should be able to get that trade deal down by the end of next year okay many many thanks indeed for joining us congratulations once again newly elected real reelected I should say conservative MP for the Ribble valley in the north of England that was Nigel Evans a conservative true believer I think it's fair to say voted brexit in twenty six E. U. referendum quite delighted this morning the latest is a new day for the BBC world service coming to you live from London today as long as follows and climb a total bringing you old the reaction in the results coming in from the U. K. election the Conservative Party have won a comfortable majority I'm reading a headline of my screen now it says the pounds souls as Tories win majority in an election this close to the British chambers of commerce and our business correspondent with us from the program so you paying chan morning she sees it seems more now that the markets are happy with this result very happy as you mentioned the pound has sold is all about almost eighteen month high against the dollar and the three in the hall yeah hi because here is a lot of people waking up this morning police thinking about that holiday money plans I'm but let's talk about business and what business wants some hay with Honda I think she's executive director at the British chambers of commerce Boris Johnson Kelly he's got a clear.
"snp" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The nasdaq the SNP's up eighteen everything is green again this morning S. and P. up six in the premarket trading nasdaq up ten the Dow up sixty nine let me check what Amazon that's my proxy for the tech sector is doing yesterday which soared twenty six Bucks yesterday it's up another three quarters of a bike this morning as Amazon continues to roll out there the rolling out new Alexa products new ear buds are going to move the markets again they got a huge Raleigh proposal out there now full speed ahead on design Amazon actually wants to be the center of every home according to financial times wow what a stock I own it I think you ought to as well but what I really think you have to do is check with Andrew and Todd dot com Andrew and TA dot com want to go back to the to the to the audio because yesterday was a big day at the U. N. big day. they all got absorbed by the Ukraine nothing burger. I have been talking about the fact that Great Britain France and Germany finally join with the United States in demanding that Iran come back to the table and negotiate a real deal with no sunset which controls on their inter ballistic missile and then sanctions will be lifted finally the west has gotten together instead that the media is asking about someone ski here Donald Trump talking about Rudy looking into how the Russia witch hunt began cut number eight. well you have the absolutely I will I will tell you this that looking.
"snp" Discussed on Spiritual Expositions
"That is why i say just do it i'm kinda it'd be one in the snp off joe continent some i'm seeing is what they do these you don't want each they just don't want how sick they don't want to believe all ended up team did nicotine gum you know i think on and enjoy and what they do not allow bob newhart on any it's a topic i wonder if he's conducting already you'd be ready ready you're listening here or there someday again even if they want to be like that and they are becoming one the d line like you can become that you can go your sense that's what i need like a meal you'll eat wondering though what to buy we overlook doctrine documents so if you were to buy car let's think about deep the idea would be so nobody's talking to you should not using i might be forty i'm not like the cg i just want to be a comedian mondays we do know that we just be blessed you wouldn't be extremely difficult we want to be something but i think you know oh you know that some nights short bags and this and that was the week i've seen that you know robert tony junior and i have their digital deals with lots of their lives now wondering why you want to do that again mattie autographing okay that's okay you know 'cause they knew what the what he's trying to say you cannot be that simple that's what he means it meant bunny entered the typing that these and work your movement my blogs and then she's in imitation of a human being should not i agree we did none of my buddy used to love making fun of everybody and then you should not have is how do you mean taking people are so why did you think of the wise thing to me i want to know all these kind of things i wonder the men but they might want to say they might want to eat about them i just wanna think about it the main might end up any but you just might and then i like this meet my the main you had blogs and you think you're hearing this that the main gate so this roster last few what what what what nobody sending now you can name yup biography on new york will come with you i'm gonna go dropping i'm wondering no reasoning or they're not greement that like just company again i i'd be like remember whenever you so we have come to the doctor russ there was fifty you think she'll be that these two looking mcglinchey krishna spoke to deliver seven bill was on i think so this is going to talk with dila circle model and we open up some when do you want to see a good number so we've got an obvious question yes say that i want to be updated your feed that debt i just want to be the people would be that that ended up stories i want to normal you were wondering about you constantly.
"snp" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The SNP was flat. First round of the masters is wrapping up jet signed former running back time Montgomery Mets Braves at seven twenty. And now your forecasts are on the Ramsey Mazda weather center tonight, partly cloudy early in the evening, then increasing clouds later, low forty five tomorrow, mostly cloudy, breezy in the afternoon. High sixty one tomorrow night cloudy with light rain, low fifty seven from the Ramsey Mazda weather center. It's currently fifty one degrees in New York. Forty five degrees in east meadow. Traffic and transit up next. I'm rob Dawson on seventy seven WABC where New York comes to talk. What does it take to write a bestseller every year meet Farland Cogan who's coming up on the Joan Hamburg show Saturdays at one o'clock, New York radio. Saturdays at one pm. New York comes to. I'm a college student and could use advice about my student loan. I had to leave school, but I still have student loans to pay back. I graduated and got the help I needed to pay back. My loan in full. We're the NFC the national foundation for Credit Counseling with member offices nationwide that provide comprehensive financial reviews and student loan counseling. Call eight seven seven four zero six six three two two or visit us online at studentloanhelp dot.
"snp" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The SNP future. Here is down five tenths of a percent with the Federal Reserve chief due to speak midday. The benchmark tenure interest rate is down at two point seven percent. My colleague Hollywood host of marketplace tech is in Las Vegas at the huge technology. Showcase known as CS molly's, a real intelligence, not an artificial one. But maybe it's just a matter of time for both of us. Hi, molly. Hi, david. Hey, molly. And you'll just sort of review back in a robot voice. What's going on? Yes. Exactly, I'll say here's the latest news from the Consumer Electronics Show. That's the big deal though. Right because you can say, hey Siri, but it goes beyond it does, you know? It's very interesting because over the last few years there's been a steady March in the tech industry, of course, toward this idea of everything being connected. Your connected refrigerator, and your Alexa, controlled microwave, and that is of course on display here. But what's fascinating is this sort of layer of the huge companies that we know that don't usually have a big presence at a show likes to ES, apple Google, Amazon and actually Samsung making a play for being essentially, the controlling layer of technology, each one of them wants its voice assistant to be essentially, the one ring that controls them all well, it's like when Microsoft became the environment for the personal computer, it brings with it a lot of power and a lot of opportunity for someone to make money. Exactly. And it's. Interesting to see these companies, say sure go ahead, you make all the do Hickey one. But what we wanna do is make sure that we're in there. So that whatever that device is Google or apple Amazon is the one that controls it. Now. Samsung to me is making the more interesting argument here saying, hey, we already make the televisions and the phones and the laptops and the refrigerators in the washing machines. So it's really easy for our artificial intelligence Bixby to control all of those. It's a clever way to make that pitch and whatever happened to virtual reality. It's getting a little quiet on the VR front. It's certainly present here. But it's almost like background it almost like autonomous driving is an example of technology that just did not move as fast as I think the industry wanted us to believe it seemed kind of clear from the outside that it really is not a mainstream technology that works that well for as many things as as I think some companies hoped what I'm actually. Hearing a little bit more about is augmented reality, the idea that you point your phone at something, and you can see where you know, maybe a couch from Wayfair how that would look in your actual living room that kind of thing. And I think ultimately what the consumer technology industry is realizing is we're running out of things to sell people. And so it needs to be a little more concrete and a little less future. Molly would host of marketplace tech at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. Molly,.
"snp" Discussed on Masters in Business
"So so what are the implications of this and what does this mean about the stock picking acumen of the editors on the committee of the SNP index who select the stocks that go into it? I don't fault the index committee for the way they make choices. They there under there. Clients are the people who licensed the index, right? And the people who licensed the index want the index to include all the names that are hot beloved and are embarrassing not to have in the index just added was Twitter as of this tape in. Okay. And if there's a stock that has been brutalized, unloved, dirt cheap, and nobody wants it. It's embarrassing to have it in the index. Of course they're going to take those out. Now what happens is two things. Firstly, they announce a change and they announced the date. The change will take effect that gives the index funds a grace period in which to trade where they're going to move those stock prices, and those stocks will still be in the index. So the won't create a performance. Drag their everybody. Please front runner traits. Well, there's a hedge fund community that does exactly that. So the trades are made the. The positions built and then given over to the index funds on the effective date, preferably atr near the close the stocks added when you compare them with the discretionary deletions deletions that aren't related to corporate actions performed by nearly nine percent during that grace period. So in index funds, say, we don't move stock prices with our trading. That's that's rubbish. They lead other people, move it on their behalf, and they say, oh, look, we haven't moved this. Well, there's that. And then there's also the simple fact that the ads beat the discretionary deletions by nine percent during a period of days. Well, that's a big move. So you also have part of that twenty three percent return difference in the subsequent year is simply mean reversion taking the price impact of the index funds back out and par. Of it is quite simply the stocks added are extravagantly expensive on average and the stocks dropped are usually a deep discounts over ninety percent of the ads are companies trading at premium multiples over ninety percent of the discretionary deletes trading at a discount and the average gap between valuation multiples of the ads and of the deletes is more than three to one that that's amazing..
"snp" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"You know i think me and my wife are planning to live on even a lot less good if you can live on less than eighty thousand you can probably pull this off wow scalp leading you know maybe you know less around sixty thousand okay then you could probably as long as you're as long as it's invested in something that's making north of ten and that would be good growth stock mutual funds and so fifty seven and now i'm fifty seven my personal portfolio on the same age as you my personal stock portfolio stock but my personal mutual fund portfolio is in growth growth and income aggressive growth and international and and that mix in good mutual funds outperforms the stock market every year i buy mutual funds that beat the snp and they have outperformed considerably usually one to two percent a year over the s and p okay and the snp last year did nineteen percent so the stock market did but average average over the past many many years it's more like eleven and a half or twelve depend on which timeframe you look at and so if you can live on less than ten percent and the mark and you're invested in the market where it's making more than ten percent you can go on in perpetuation does that make sense makes a lot of sense on so sit down sit down with your financial adviser and pick out and let's range that portfolio so that it is doing that do you have any money in anything that is not retirement accounts.
"snp" Discussed on The Money Guy Show
"Imaev two thousand nine here's why this is a teachable moment a lot of people when you hear that the price earnings ratio was one hundred and twenty three point seven three in may of two thousand nine go man that is an oath of the rice overvalued stock market auto want anything to do with it when i just told you if you bought in march of two thousand nine to now because dan drop dead lois of like the dow jones the snp was about that second week of march of two thousand nine this number artifice ha because what happened is is that when you hit a bear market a crush cycle is that those earnings are are listed you know you've got an older earnings number that it's compressed it gets it gets compressed down and then you've got the price that still higher but it's been coming down that that creates a huge variable like one hundred twenty three and just to give you perspective on january first two thousand nine it was seventy point nine one so you saw and that's really because price was getting crushed between january and march it puts the price earnings ratio up to close to one hundred twenty four so that's what i tell people here's a key takeaway you do need to be concerned about price earning ratios as they creep because the business cycle has been good but you need to know where you are in the business cycle so that when you go through a bear market and you see an indicator where things are you know having huge price earnings ratios because the same thing by the way happened in two thousand and two i think the the we approached the price earnings ratio close to fifty in two thousand two which everybody knows in november of two thousand two is when the dot com bubble hit its lowest point if you had bought in that october november period it had been off to the racist we hit recovery mode so if you know where you are in the business cycle meaning that you're in the bear market and you see these high price earnings ratios you probably know we're in a contraction and this is when is the financial opportunity for you if you think about the financial psychology of the market cycle of emotionless what do we tell people to be worried about there's two.
"snp" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Hi chris how are you i think what's interesting about this year so far is an environment where the snp actually down year to date there's really been no safety trade what we're showing you here snp year to date down about one and a half these are utilities down three bonds down about five percent consumer staples all the way down here down about eleven so for a year the market has struggled there really haven't been a lot of places to seek refuge now conversely if we reverse this chart and say year date here's the sp down about one percent right here these are small caps outperforming he's original banks outperforming this is oil up sharply so i think what's been unique about twenty eighteen is under the surface leadership has actually been risk seeking and if we zero in on small verse large in particular i think if notable today russell two thousand big outperformer held its fifty held its two hundred this is small caps relative largecaps making about five months relative price high so under the surface the small verse large backdrop is actually pretty supportive so what's worrying investors are senses that the weakness in the industrials has been a major source of concern for many but we want to point out is actually flows into the exceleye the industrials etf are about as well washed out right now at any point we've seen in four or five years that's a contrarian signal that we think industrials can find some support and actually start to resume higher i think chris comes over what he you day like today we need help i on over ryan will bring the charon brian's back after a few days off.
"snp" Discussed on Remainiacs â€“ the Brexit Podcast
"Absolutely pragmatists is a good word to skype some of our failing recently the snp government only route past this continuity bill as i understand that the idea is that this is scotland saying well if these powers do end up being passed back from the european union they belong to scotland not to westminster things like i think it's agriculture fisheries things like that now the government in westminster saying we're going to take you to the supreme court and likewise the welsh administration has done the same thing what's what's going on here what's the ultimate purpose of of this given the intellectually in the brexit withdrawal birla presume which powered go back to skull sill part of the problem with the withdrawal bill from the point of view wales governments as close alighted in that bill was wholly inadequate because it basically says anything that's coming back from the eu the uk government will decide on how it's going to work and scotland wales won't get see it's pretty much close eleven says now we've argued all the way along that close eleven role in unhappy with that scholarship mouse governments have been consistent and their voice obviously northern ireland doesn't have a government so it's no one position to able to have this conversation and so we we've been really clear by this government was absolutely clear that it was going to table amendments to close eleven the report stage and then it didn't the because of the fact that affects devolve settlements scotland it has to move legislative consent motion and this was scotland moving a legislative consent motion but it was sitting or a same the in terms of this what's called continuity bill in scotland it was saying we're not happy with the way this is drafted we're not happy that you don't have to get the consent of parliament in order to change things which are devolved competencies so we disagree with this and we think that we should be consulted the point is that you would be satisfied the snp will be satisfied take this away where the government to spell out properly in the brexit withdrawal bill vis on brexit this this this and this will go back to the scottish parliament welsh that's the clarity would be enough the other thing too the.
"snp" Discussed on Remainiacs â€“ the Brexit Podcast
"What did you find out well i just love the helio released to have germany as remain is that it's this lovely open door policy the merkel's political culture that she's fostered as a result of having having a very so pro welcoming refugee policy has helped to foster that much more gender diverse now on the it's attracting the coins of people the ordinary would have come to the uk you know the the young tech workers the highly mobile highly productive young people any decent developed economy would be seeking to welcome with open arms and the uk's probably at risk of shunning feel sad but it's informative economist is full of all the things you didn't know you didn't know it's a smart guide to the force is changing your world get your free copy of the economists that's uk listeners only afraid visit communists dot com slash remain and details for your free copy delivered to your door that's a communist dot com slash remain feel free copy to to throughout the show it's custody blackman the snp deputy leader in westminster and frequent flyer from aberdeen where she's been impeached since twenty fifteen you'll the space personal on the economy what impacted the referendum have on the scottish independence 'cause i remember the day after it's simply a huge surge of just like this we're gonna go our own way you know coming up for two years later it was fettes handy thing well in the scottish relations in two thousand sixteen said in monterey still we reserve the right hold another independence referendum eighth ford example the uk which to compete with the eu but scotland food remain no actually thinking that that would happen.
"snp" Discussed on Remainiacs â€“ the Brexit Podcast
"Hello and a very happy george's day for next monday to upstanding english listeners wondering and hanging out the bunting with me for the nation's favourite greekpalestinian two of our regulars pete collins resident on champion soldiers hype to how you splendid and his name is smith chief operating officer for britain or they of course he's here in a private capacity even a busy week at sporting the launch of the people's vote campaign and we can talk about that in a bit but i went to ask you first something to do with last week's show when we had filming accounts writers jason hasely until morrison he spotted interesting tweet from one of our listeners about why writers obsessed with brexit this really interesting not least because jason jolted actually talks about how difficult is vice about brexit and i suppose in nursing for the bbc perhaps even more so but one of our listeners who should go for her name is at nick runts and i see with an end is the script writer and she wrote excellent thread about why brexit is the story that just keeps on giving and gift to story so obviously the basam here and you should have read but she was basically saying that was your trip to stoke fear or comedy or thriller or nonfiction brexit lends itself to every genre and it has this really compellingly irresistible the ending hasn't been written yet so it sort of leaves so many things open to the to the imagination and of course all the characters mostly my bad assad with more twists than the pepsi max big one in blackpool so total rollercoaster ride for everyone so those special guest jessen piece deputy leader westminster custody she's been the obtain norton's twenty fifteen snp spokesperson on the economy and she was controversial censured twenty sixteen for bringing her two young kids to a meeting of the scottish affairs committee which surely would make kids sleep soundly and quietly commerce committee did in the problem was that she fell asleep i wasn't allowed to i couldn't take her and hovers set you know my knee even though she was asleep during the meeting so she clearly wasn't interrupting at all but yes it's been an.
"snp" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"It's not likely to be exceeded anytime soon well the sbs and more than six percents since that call now he says something bigger might be at play let's check in with the chart master find out why hi carter yeah there's sort of it's not quite the paradise that it was let's let's talk about it i mean the first thing is we're so dependent on just a few names it's been the case for a while but just put that concept in real visuals the entire value of the russell two thousand people talk about small caps they might be performing where they could make the new high when the couldn't listen you add up the entire russell two thousand year two point five trillion that's the same as not shown here the top three stocks in the snp top three it's all about a handful of names in fact just to move along here if you were to talk about the top ten stocks at five trillion that's almost a quarter of the value of the snp the top fifty so ten percent of the names represent half of the market we're so dependent on a few and those few are finally under some real pressure where might they be headed so again just to put this numbers ten twenty fifty stocks fifty stocks fifty percent it's not a market it's just a handful of names and those handful of started to come under pressure whether it's home depot boeing caterpillar and so forth so two leading ladies that have yet to have the real trouble that many other stocks have had hundred fifty moving average to the penny at bounces netflix to the penny at bounces to the penny at bounces the presumption is it has not had a full check back that's a lot of air still to go the other one of course is amazon even bigger.