Process of offerings goods or services up for bid, and either selling to the highest bidder or buying from the lowest bidder
As an experienced auctioneer in Australia, Jason Scott possesses a broad range of auctioneering and sales experience with knowledge well beyond his years. Honed through over a decade spent as a high-performing sales agent and experience as office Broker/Owner, Jason's unwavering determination qualify him as an exceptional negotiator and someone you want on your team. Jason now leads the Harcourts Auctions team as the Director of Auctions and we are thankful to have someone with his reputation of professionalism and delivery of premium results for his clients. Join us as we sit down with guest expert Jason, who directly oversees thousands of property sales every year, to discuss the latest sales and negotiation strategies for the 2023 real estate market. Whether you're a seasoned agent or new to the industry, this podcast is sure to provide valuable insights and tips for success in the ever-evolving world of real estate as we shift in to a completely different market compared to last year at this exact time. From understanding market trends to closing the deal, Jason shares his wealth of knowledge and experience to help you navigate the competitive landscape and leverage the market to deliver more deals this year. Tune in now and take your real estate career to the next level with Ben Brady & Jason Scott. Want to more great resources and tips on how to take your real estate business to the next level? Visit our resource center! Download our 2023 Business Planning Template Here!
Today, Clayton had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Daren Blomquist, the VP of Market Economics at auction.com. Daren has been around this space for quite a while and analyzes and forecasts complex macro and microeconomic data trends, with his works being cited in major publications such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. For this episode, we invited Daren to talk about a really unique and not often talked about perspective derived from the auction.com platform to help us better understand buyer behavior and what we anticipate will happen in the retail housing market. Related to this episode:Daren Blomquist's 2023 housing outlookTop of Mind: Getting Smart on the Distressed Housing Market with Daren BlomquistEnjoy the episode!Be sure to check out our Youtube channel for special behind-the-scenes content and video versions of HW Media podcasts!The Housing News podcast explores the most important topics happening in mortgage, real estate, and fintech. Each week a new mortgage or real estate executive joins the show to add perspective to the top stories crossing HousingWire's news desk. Hosted by Clayton Collins and produced by the HW Media team.
Sometimes it can be difficult to find the right buyer. Online property auctions are a great alternative to the traditional way of selling; faster and more secure. In this series of 'Move iQ top tips' founder, Phil Spencer shares his guide to selling in an online property auction. Tune in to learn: What is an online property auction? How do they differ from traditional auctions? How do online property auctions work? Click here to read our full blog post on this topic. For more FREE advice, visit the Move iQ website. Why not subscribe to receive Phil's monthly newsletters? You'll get his top tips and market updates direct to your inbox. Where else can you find advice from Move iQ? You can connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok Twitter or LinkedIn. We upload videos weekly over on our YouTube channel, so be sure to subscribe and let us know what you think. If you have any questions for Phil, or any special requests for topics to cover on the podcast, please email us at hello@moveiQ.co.uk.
The Scottsdale auctions are at the end of January and will be an indicator of the collector car market. Join Vu, Manny, Damon, and Rob Sass (Porsche Panorama Editor) for a discussion of five of the Porsches that will be auctioned off. Play along as the crew gives their estimate on sales price and why. Plus, they talk about upcoming events, Porsche news and what they did the past week.
Jane auctions off the furniture, but then buys it back because she doesn't think it went high enough at auction. Say what? Then her niece calls and lets Jane know she is leaving her husband because he won't agree to the name for their new baby... Susan... the niece has chosen Shelia... Marge (a family friend) and Goodman are trying to help, but Jane has everything under control... or does she. The Easy Aces - Playlist.
Good day, Airheads! In this edition of Puttin On Airs, Lord Trae explores the venn diagram of trashy people and rich people as it pertains to Auctions! Whole lotta stuff in there we did not know! And Professor CHO gives us some information on the man with the most famous autograph in history: Mr. John Hancock..... it should also be noted that CHO was out of his MIND high for the duration of this episode, which is something he never does when performing or podcasting, so if at any point you think to yourself "what is wrong with him? Does he need medical help?" It just that he's high and VERY dumb. Wont happen again... cheers! Go to Patreon.com/TraeCrowder for bonus stuff from Trae Check out PartTimeFunnyMan.com for bonus stuff from Corey! Stay fancy! PLEASE SUPPORT OUR AWESOME SPONSORS: Get your first box for just $1.49 PER MEAL by going to EVERYPLATE.COM and entering PROMO CODE: POA149 SAVEWITHCONRAD.com - Make your financial dreams a reality. Visit SaveWithConrad.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this special episode of the Auto Remarketing Podcast, we feature the High Performance Auto Auctions panel discussion from Used Car Week in November in San Diego. Moderated by Cherokee Media Group's Bill Zadeits, this panel featured: Tommy Rogers of BSC America, David Andrews of Dealers Auto Auction Group, Matt Trapp of Manheim, John Hammer of ADESA and Sawyer Walker of America's Auto Auction Group.
In this episode Brett talks with Josh Adams (@midwestvintagecards) about the launch of 90s Auctions and the reason behind it. They discuss the benefits of creating niche marketplaces and the outcomes that can happen when building products for a more focused audience. Sign up for the Stacking Slabs Weekly Rip Newsletter using this linkSign up for Card Ladder and show your support for the show by using this linkFollow Stacking Slabs: | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | TiktokFollow Josh: | InstagramFollow 90s Auctions: Instagram | Website
Gord Duff is Global Head of Auctions for RM Sotheby's, the world's premier automotive auction house. He and his team conduct auctions around the world and this month they will return for their annual Arizona Auction takes place January 26th at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix.
Give us a call - 888-723-4630 Send us an email - email@example.com visit us at ebay.com/podcast Welcome to eBay for Business! This week, Jessica Oman of Storage Warriors on eBay shares her experience buying and selling the contents of foreclosed storage units. Griff and Brian answer a question about printing labels for eBay Standard Envelope; a seller tip on Time Away; and the Listing Quality Report. To have your questions answered on our eBay for Business podcast, call us at 888 723-4630 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To give us feedback, please take our podcast listener survey at (https://connect.ebay.com/srv/survey/a/sellerops.podcast) 00:01 - Our Annual best of 2022 06:06 - Sourcing from Storage Auctions 28:16 - Q&A and Outro New links for Ep 223 2023 FedEx rate changes - https://community.ebay.com/t5/Announcements/Coming-soon-FedEx-rate-changes/ba-p/33434586 Winter Storms Update - https://community.ebay.com/t5/Announcements/Seller-Protections-are-in-place-for-sellers-impacted-by-Winter/ba-p/33435159 Jessica Oman's eBay Store - https://www.ebay.com/str/storagewarriorcanada The Business of Reselling YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/@storagewarriorpodcast The Business of Reselling Podcast page - https://pod.link/businessofreselling/ Recurring Links / Phone Numbers / Hashtags Mentioned: 888-723-4630 - Call in Line eBay Seller News Announcements - ebay.com/announcements eBay Community - ebay.com/community eBay Weekly Community Chat - ebay.com/communitychat eBay Help - ebay.com/help/home eBay Meetups - ebay.com/meetups Managed Payments on eBay - ebay.com/payments eBay for Business Podcast - ebay.com/podcast eBay Seller Center - ebay.com/sellercenter eBay Seller Hub - ebay.com/sh eBay System Status - ebay.com/sts explore.ebay.com facebook.com/eBayForBusiness eBay for Business Podcast Listener Survey - https://connect.ebay.com/srv/survey/a/sellerops.podcast #ebaypodcast
Can you believe that the holidays are behind us? It's too bad because having something to look forward to like Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, etc. Having those things to look forward to makes the cold weather a little more bearable. Now the cold, snow, coats and scarves they just feel like it's going to trudge along for so long. The week between Christmas and New Year for me is a very special week because it's a time when I can spend time planning and visioning. Not only do I take stock of everything that happened before but I also plan for the year ahead. This time last year I had no idea where we were moving and was moving out of my storefront, and was just in a bad place overall. While we are finally starting to get settled here in Connecticut, it hasn't been without its challenges. I hope you are finding a way to reflect and look forward. I hope that you're excited for the year to come and curious about what happened in the year behind us. Without further ado, let me get to the questions that are in my mailbag. This episode, we discuss… [1:55] 2022 in review [6:22] My newfound obsession with online auctions [13:08] Where is the best place to find nice pillow inserts? (Heidi) Links: Website: https://www.betsyhelmuth.com Book: https://www.betsyhelmuth.com/my-book Become a Premium Member: https://www.affordableinteriordesign.com/podcast Submit Your Questions: https://www.affordableinteriordesign.com/podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/affordableinteriordesign Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AffIntDesign Uploft Interior Design Academy: https://www.uploftinteriordesignacademy.com/
Hi there! Welcome to Episode 170 of Never on the Backfoot Podcast. We've had such exhilarating IPL 2023 auctions. The IPL Auction on Friday was a blockbuster as records tumbled over a few hours in Kochi. We witnessed a lot of firsts, costly buys and so much more. The IPL mini-auction in Kochi was anything but 'mini'. The 10 franchises got their chequebooks out and splashed the cash as around 80 players were sold, 29 of whom were foreigners, and an eye-watering Rs. 167 Crore was spent on that blockbuster of a day. While Sam Curran got all the headlines for being the most expensive purchase in the history of IPL auctions, some of the uncapped players also bagged big contracts with the franchises. On the podcast today to join us for this discussion, we have Sudath Bharadwaj. He is a graduate of Journalism with a keen interest in sports like Cricket and Tennis and aspires to be a commentator/broadcaster one day. The podcast is also available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Anchor and a lot of other platforms and spread the word. Do check out @neveronthebackfoot on Instagram and @neverontheback1 for the latest facts, trivia, quizzes, and terminology for more.
Today on Daily News You Can Use, Ray and Zach discuss the latest data from Black Book which shows sales rates at the auto auctions falling to all-time lows. So many dealers are taking huge losses. Learn more!
We are due for a new Farm Bill in 2023. Helping to support farmers at this level is Mike Strands, who is the vice president of advocacy for the National Farmers Union. He is helping to lobby for key issues to those who are the key negotiators of the Farm Bill. Our world is in the initial phases of deglobalization. We are transitioning into a multipolar world with a competitive landscape of powers. The world of automation and technology are changing the future of productivity and work. But how did we get to this point? Jacob Shapiro, Director of Geopolitical analysis with Cognitive investments identifies key geopolitical forces expected to shape the next five years. But first he describes what a multipolar world even is. Despite winter weather, the Steffes Auction group provides a website that makes bidding on sales easy from the comfort of your couch. Ashley Hewin with Steffes Auction gives Pam Jahnke the rundown on how their online auctions work and the span of teamwork that makes them possible in the weekly Steffes Auction update.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Small talk:Ryan and Christina share their special memories made this holiday season (00:49)E.T. Animatronic Model Used in Steven Spielberg Film Auctions for $2.56 Million USD (07:25)https://hypebeast.com/2022/12/e-t-model-steven-spielberg-movie-2-5-million-usd-auctionLionel Messi Has Uploaded the Most Liked Picture in Instagram History Surpassing the previous record that was held by a picture of an egg (08:52)https://hypebeast.com/2022/12/messi-most-liked-sports-picture-ever Radnews:Last week - Brooke Andler Womack - the founder of www.brookeandler.com, a very bold and passionate mom and entrepreneur, speaker, and advocate (12:25)Next week - Mike Ciorrocco (13:04) Sponsors: (14:29)Branded Bills: Beanies and a holiday gift guideRADCAST20 = 20% off on the entire purchaseVAYCAY - best quality CBD in the country (16:04) Social Media Holidays:December 23: Festivus Day #Festivus #FestivusMiracle (17:13)December 24:Christmas Eve (17:18)National Egg Nog Day #NationalEggNogDay (17:21)December 25:Christmas DayNational Pumpkin Pie Day #PumpkinPieDayDecember 26:First Day of Kwanzaa (18:56)National Thank You Note Day #ThankYouNoteDayNational Candy Cane Day #CandyCaneDay Social Media NewsElon Musk Officially Confirms He Will Resign as Twitter CEO as Soon as He Finds a Replacement (20:03)WhatsApp lets you undo ‘Delete for Me' in case you hit that button too quickly (21:19)Google Play now lets children send purchase requests to guardians (23:12)Elon Musk Officially Confirms He Will Resign as Twitter CEO as Soon as He Finds a Replacement (20:03)WhatsApp lets you undo ‘Delete for Me' in case you hit that button too quickly (21:19)Google Play now lets children send purchase requests to guardians (23:12)Amazon adds free music videos, viral videos and more ad-supported content to Fire TV (25:17) Marketing NewsEbay Targets Gen Z with First Brand Campaign in Three Years (30:07)Budweiser helps Argentina celebrate win with World Cup packs (33:01) If you enjoyed this episode of The Radcast, Like, Share, and leave us a review! Learn more by visiting our website at www.theradcast.comSubscribe to our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/RadicalHomeofTheRadcast
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Chad Blake started Angel Auctions because he has a passion to help others. Plus, he gets to incorporate his passion for sports and memorabilia, while giving back to his community. Blake holds a BA in Management with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship/Small Business from Georgia Southern University. Although, he continued to do a lot of charity […] The post Chad Blake with Angel Auctions, Photographer Anne Say and Anna Boulier with Owl Simply Designs appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Car enthusiast, podcast host, and Head of Auctions of Bring A Trailer auctions, Howard Swig is no stranger to car valuation, the car community and you guessed it classic Mustangs. Let's hear about his journey and what's in his garage and all about his love of cars. Welcome to Ford Mustang, The Early Years.Are you a business guy turned car enthusiast or car enthusiast turned business guy?How many cars do you have on the site at any given time?Did you have any idea this would blow up the way it did?What is the unique value proposition that BaT adds that you just can't get as either a buyer or a seller? (So many pics as a buyer and browser, I LOVE it).Looks like you auctioned off a Shelby GT350 for $875,000. That's the outlier, most are in the mid-20's. The market is hot right now, any reason why?How was it talking to Jay Leno – I think you had one of his cars on BaT?Ford Mustang, The Early Years Podcast -- Guest Interview Application============Do you own a early year Mustang?: yesIf you own a Mustang, how long have you owned your ride?: 10 yearsWhat do you do for a living?: Bring a Trailer AuctionsBaT auctionshttps://bringatrailer.com/auctions/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bringatrailer/Ford Mustang The Early Years Podcast (social media)The Facebook GroupTheMustangPodcast.com/facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/185146876036328Instagram@mustangpodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/mustangpodcast/An Expert's Guide to Maintaining Your Classic Mustangwww.TheMustangPodcast.com/repairSponsored by: National Parts Depotwww.npdlink.comWith 4 warehouses nationwide, you'll get your parts fast!Keep it safe, keep it rollin' and keep it on the road. Until next time! ~Doug Sandler
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This week's show covers all corners as we delve into auctions, commercial property, the self-employed, and Buyers Agents with a cast of property all stars! To kick things off, celebrity auctioneer Damien Cooley helps sellers to uncover the dark art of auctions. Is there still capital growth potential for commercial property? Scott O'Neill from Rethink Investing reveals the opportunities. If you are self-employed and struggle to borrow from the banks, Ryan Gair from Rate Money can open your eyes to better lending options. And to close out the show, leading Buyers Agent Veronica Morgan of Location, Location, Location fame answers the question – Are Buyers agents good for you? RealtyTalk is part of the Property Hub podcast channel, your home for property investment insights, inspiration, and stories from Australia's top property experts, investors, leaders, and analysts. Subscribe now to get every RealtyTalk episode delivered to you each week for free, and also get full access to Get Invested, the leading podcast for Australians who want to unlock their full ‘self, health, and wealth' potential and get inspired by the stories of investors, founders, and entrepreneurs. Subscribe to RealtyTalk on the Property Hub channel: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Email Property Hub is a collaboration between Bushy Martin from KnowHow Property, Kevin Turner from Realty, Andrew Montesi from Apiro Marketing and Apiro Media, and Australia's largest independent podcast network DM Media. Business and partnership enquiries: email@example.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A Hamilton auctioneer has refused to accept an additional $500 bid on a house, choosing to sell it for less, because it was not going to earn him enough commission. During the online auction he indicates to the bidder its needs to be a $1000 increment. And despite several attempts to lodge the $500 bid during the final calls for the property, the auctioneer categorically refuses to take it. John Mowbray, Head of the Auctioneers Association, explains why this is allowed. [embed] https://players.brightcove.net/6093072280001/default_default/index.html?videoId=6316857732112
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The watch auction houses have made their way to New York for the holiday season. We go through some interesting lots of each of the auctions that will certainly excite collectors!Antiquorum Online AuctionPATEK PHILIPPE, LEATHER AND CANVAS TRAVEL BAG can be found here.VACHERON CONSTANTIN, UNSIGNED CASE, TRIPLE DATE, YELLOW GOLD can be found here.AUDEMARS PIGUET, 18KT YELLOW GOLD, ROUND SHAPE CASE can be found here.Sotheby's Important Watches AuctionBreguet Reference 7047 La Tradition can be found here.Patek Philippe Reference 565 Calatrava Retailed by Freccero can be found here.Rolex Reference 8171 'Padellone' can be found here.Christies Important Watches AuctionPATEK PHILIPPE, A VERY FINE, RARE AND ATTRACTIVE 18K ROSE GOLD WRISTWATCH WITH CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL DIAL can be found here.TUDOR, REF. 7928, SUBMARINER, A FINE AND RARE STEEL DIVER'S WRISTWATCH WITH “TROPICAL DIAL” can be found here.PATEK PHILIPPE, REF. 5270P-014, A VERY FINE AND RARE PLATINUM PERPETUAL CALENDAR CHRONOGRAPH WITH GREEN DIAL can be found here.Phillips New York Watch Auction: SEVENPatek Philippe Ref. 1463 "Tasti Tondi" Tiffany Signed can be found here.Patek Philippe Ref. 1593 in Platinum can be found here.Patek Philippe Ref. 1415 World Time owned by Robert Stack can be found here.You can find us on our Website, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook Check out Life on the Wrist Merch!
Martin Nolan, the Executive Director/Chief Financial Officer at Julien’s Auctions, joins Lisa Dent to talk about the auction of Fleetwood Mac singer Christine McVie’s instruments that coincidentally happened just days after she died at the age of 79. Follow The Lisa Dent Show on Twitter:Follow @LisaDentSpeaksFollow @SteveBertrand Follow @kpowell720 Follow @maryvandeveldeFollow @LaurenLapka
Buy, Sell, Hold heads towards Arizona 2023 as we spotlight MAG Auctions Partner Mike Oberle. He and host Darin Roberge talk MAG's introduction at Hot August Nights, their expansion to Arizona Car Week and we preview some offerings from their upcoming January catalog.
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The art market is big, unpredictable, and endlessly fascinating, not just to potential buyers and sellers but to art lovers the world over. The art market is also big business. One estimate put the sales number for 2021, the third-best year for sales on record, at $65.1 billion. Here to paint us a picture of the intersection between art and commerce is Kathryn Tully, who's been covering the art market for 15 years. Listen in to learn about the fascinating art market and how you can be involved in it. Key Takeaways: [:21] Patricia O'Connell introduces Kathryn Tully, freelance journalist, and welcomes her to This is Capitalism. [1:14] Kathryn has been a financial writer since she graduated from college. Fifteen years ago, Kathryn started writing about the art market, around the time when she started freelancing. [1:30] Kathryn holds that too much of the press coverage is about big auctions of multi-million-dollar artworks sold in New York. It suggests prices always go up, which is not the case. The art market is a pretty difficult investment market. [2:02] Kathryn felt that writing about the art market enabled her to put non-nonsense articles out there that aren't being written otherwise. [2:20] The multi-million dollar works that sell for high prices comprise a tiny sliver of the art market. There is incredible art being produced all the time that you would love to have in your home. Most art produced is not going to be sold for a profit. The art you buy devalues by 90% when you take it out the door, so you will not resell it at a profit. [3:03] You read about Basquiats, Warhols, and art that's sold at a profit between high-net-worth individuals at auction, for transparency. You would have to spend $500 thousand or more to get a good shot at reselling art for a profit. Most art doesn't have a release value. For the art that does, the art market is not brilliant, considering the risks. [4:40] Commercially-valuable art can take months or longer to sell through a dealer or an auction house. You're not guaranteed to find a buyer. It's not just an illiquid market, it's a tiny market. In 2021, the third-best year for the art market, the overall sales were $65.1 billion. Compared to the daily trading volume of stocks, that's tiny. [5:18] There are holding costs in owning art. You have to pay for insurance and storage and there are buying and selling fees. Art is a good investment if you buy something you love and you find that it's gone up in value. Kathryn's friend bought a signed Banksy screenprint in 2003 for £150. In 2020, a dealer estimated its worth at £150K. [6:55] Kathryn's friend didn't buy the print because she thought it was going to go up in value. She fought it as a gift for her husband. Pricing in the art market is very subjective. No two artworks are the same, except for prints and multiples. Artworks are unique objects. Artworks from the same artist can sell for different prices. Pricing is subjective. [7:54] Artists go in and out of favor. The Banksy print market goes up and down. There's a very thin part of the market, with a very small amount of transactions, that generates the most value. Are you going to find a buyer? There may only be ten people in the world that are interested in buying your expensive Warhol or Basquiat at a certain price. [8:49] The print market is an area where you can acquire artwork by those artists at a cheaper price point. There is a bit more data about prints and multiples because of their higher volume, and because they aren't unique; they are one of an edition. You can see what they are selling for. You can get a sense of what the resale price may be. [9:34] The art market is opaque, besides art indices that show the records of public art sales at auction. Auctions are the most successful part of the art market. The majority of global art sales don't take place at auction houses but through galleries and dealers but through galleries or dealers who don't reveal their transaction information at all. [10:16] Artworks sold through galleries or dealers are not revealed publicly. The art market can be a vehicle for pricing fraud because they are no public records of gallery and dealer transactions. [11:44] Contemporary art is in vogue at the moment. The old masters and the impressionists don't necessarily stay in favor because the generation of art buyers that did buy them is dying out. [12:52] Art value is driven by subjective factors, not just supply and demand. You can't see the demand a lot of the time because so many of the transactions are not disclosed. It's different from a stock or a commodity that you can sell on any day at the price listed. In the art market, you can't see the price or the fundamentals driving the price. [13:40] During the pandemic, a lot of the art fairs started going online with virtual viewing rooms. Dealers at art fairs started revealing more of their prices, creating transparency. [14:42] As a prank, a Banksy piece at auction was shredded the minute it was purchased. The piece is said to have increased in value, though, after the prank. [15:27] Kathryn's suggestions for investing in the art market: 90% of art sold does not have a resale value. For prints and multiples, an accessible part of the art market, you can get a sense of resale value through price indices. You've got to buy art because you enjoy owning it. You don't know if or when you can sell it for a profit. [16:36] Kathryn has not sold any of the art she has bought because she loves it. There is so much art she would have loved to have bought that got away. She buys artwork she loves that her friends have produced or that was created in her neighborhood, to support their market. The internet has opened up the market for new original art. [17:40] Kathryn's dream artwork would be any Basquiat work. She would be over the moon to own even one of his sketchbook drawings. She would never sell it! [18:07] Kathryn's newsletter, Priceless, is linked below. [18:37] Patricia thanks Kathryn and the listeners for joining us today on This Is Capitalism. Mentioned in This Episode: This is Capitalism Kathryn Tully Priceless.substack.com Basquiat Warhol Banksy “Banksy Artwork Shredded After Auction May Have Increased Its Value”
On this week's episode Kevin Pifer is joined by Carolyn Pifer Covington. Live from Palm Springs, they talk about the upcoming Food & Wine festival put on by USA Today and Carolyn's experience traveling out there for work as an influencer & blogger. They also deep dive into the wine world, discussing food and wine pairing, the difference between old and new world wines, and the process of starting a vineyard. Kevin also highlights some upcoming Pifer's Auctions that are incredible opportunities.
When we buy, sell, bargain, barter, bid at auctions, and compete for resources, we want to be sure that we are using the best strategies. Game theory can help us understand precisely these kinds of situations. That's why in 1994, the Nobel Prize for Economics was won by a mathematician – John Nash.Using games like the Prisoner's dilemma, this lecture explains the work of game theorists such as Nash, David Blackwell and John von Neumann.A lecture by Sarah HartThe transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College website: https://www.gresham.ac.uk/watch-now/game-theoryGresham College has offered free public lectures for over 400 years, thanks to the generosity of our supporters. There are currently over 2,500 lectures free to access. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to learn from some of the greatest minds. To support Gresham's mission, please consider making a donation: https://gresham.ac.uk/support/Website: https://gresham.ac.ukTwitter: https://twitter.com/greshamcollegeFacebook: https://facebook.com/greshamcollegeInstagram: https://instagram.com/greshamcollege
In this week's edition of the ArtTactic Podcast we're joined by Daniel Cassady, art business reporter for ARTnews, to recap last week's major NY post-war and contemporary auctions. First, Daniel reveals how the sales did from an overall perspective. Then, he discusses emerging artists at auction versus more established artists. Also, Daniel reveals if market participants were surprised by the softening witnessed in the auctions. After, he identifies some artwork highlights and surprising results. Lastly, Daniel gauges how the market is feeling heading into Art Basel Miami, the last major test for the art market in 2022.
Today's episode Taylor & Maddy share their thoughts on the latest craze in the reseller community...Live Shows! They discuss the latest trends that have been popping up along with Live Selling, as well as share some tips and tricks for getting started with going live on Poshmark and WhatNot! As always, they share a listener win and a Posh News Update! We want to hear from you! Send us any questions/feedback to email@example.com, and follow along on IG! @sisterswhoposh @shoptaylorjae @shopwithmaddy27
This week, we chat with Bisi from Noble Hearts Sports Ministry about their annual online charity auction. We also talk about this week's Gifts That Gives Back story from Made by DWC. In this episode, we mention a few resources you may want to check out! — Find Made by DWC at madebydwc.org — Find Noble Hearts Sports Ministry at thenoblehearts.org — Get my once-per-week email newsletter, where you can get a short summary of every podcast episode: nonprofitjenni.com/subscribe Produced by Ben Hill Sound Music by Emily Summers ©2022 Nonprofit Jenni. All Rights Reserved.
In the news, we have all heard companies talk about supply chain issues, the long lag time to get equipment into their facilities, and ESG (environmental, social, and governance) initiatives. Industrial auctions can help manufacturing companies with these issues, allowing them to plan for future growth.I have been helping industrial auction companies with their marketing for over 20 years, but I can always learn something new. To be a great marketer, you must dive into the specific industry to learn and understand as much as possible.During this episode of the B2B Marketing Excellence Podcast, I interviewed John Magnuson, President of Integra Asset Solutions.Listen in to learn:What are the benefits of selling equipment in an auction?How easy it is to buy equipment at an auctionHow to calculate the cost savings of purchasing equipment at auctionUnderstand how industrial auctions can help with your ESG initiativesWhy relationship building is even essential in such an industrial spaceI do these interviews to show you how to begin researching your specific customer space, allowing you to do quality specialized marketing campaigns that increase your ROI. Be authentic with your messaging and show your customers how much you care. If you form a relationship that instills trust, you will develop a loyal group of customers, and your company will thrive.For more information about how to find quality marketing data to reach your ideal niche client, contact me, Donna Peterson, at 860-210-8088 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Visit our website at http://www.worldinnovators.comHit subscribe so you will be one of the first to get the next Episode of B2B Marketing Excellence.
Ben Luke talks to Hannah McGivern, a correspondent for The Art Newspaper who has just been to Qatar, about the vast number of public art projects that will accompany the FIFA Men's World Cup that begins there on Sunday 20 November. She also discusses the museums that Qatar plans to open by 2030. How does this explosion of cultural initiatives sit with Qatar's record on human rights and treatment of low-paid migrant workers in the building of its cultural venues and World Cup stadia? It has been a heady fortnight of auctions in New York. Ben speaks to Georgina Adam, an editor-at-large at The Art Newspaper, about the highs and lows, and whether we can expect even more sales of blockbuster collections in the coming years. And this episode's Work of the Week is an untitled painting by Luis Meque, an artist born in Mozambique who came to fame in the 1980s and early-1990s in Zimbabwe. Tandazani Dhlakama, the curator of the exhibition When We See Us: A Century of Black Figuration in Painting at Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in Cape Town, tells us about Meque's painting and his brief and brilliant life.When We See Us: A Century of Black Figuration in Painting, Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa, Cape Town, South Africa, 20 November-3 September 2023 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Chaz and AJ asked the Tribe to share the most "redneck" things they've done, like rigging their own hot tub in an aluminum boat, starting their car with a light switch and eating roadkill for dinner. (0:00) AJ has proven, once again, he is the fund raising master. This time, a used pair of his flip-flops from the summer are on the auction block, and had already gotten up over $100 by the time Chaz and AJ talked about them on the air. (21:50) Image Credit: pong-photo9 / iStock / Getty Images Plus
The Hobby was rocked by yet another scandal this week when it was revealed that collectors could pick out Kaboom case hit cards from 2021/22 Crown Royale Basketball boxes by identifying the serial number on the box. The guys talk about the reaction from collectors, how many other products are affected and how this happened in the first place. Plus, we take a look at a couple of huge basketball card auctions, talk about a huge week for Justin Fields collectors and open up a box of brand new 2022 Prizm World Cup Soccer!
Bells & Auction Fan favourite Dan Barker is on this episode talking about his time working at an auction house. How to navigate your auction experience, how to prepare for the auction. Dan also tells us of his bell and milk bottle collection. A Sneak-Peek:[1:00] Dan tells us how he came to work at an auction house. [2:17] The science of reading an auction crowd.[3:15] Dan explains what makes him a dangerous auction hunter.[5:53] What makes a good bell and how does it end up in Dan's collection.[6:55] Dan tells of his greatest bell find at an auction. [9:26] Milk bottles and how collectible they are[10:42] Broken ink wells & milk bottles[12:53] Dan talks about bidding wars at the auction.[15:10] Dan tells the tale of when he found a hidden treasure in a stove pipe.[17:38] The old rocking chair auction story.[20:08] Dan does an intentional Boston accent.[21:00] Tips when looking at silver at an auction house.[22:15] Dan explains how you can tell if your silver object is “coin silver”[23:00] The key ring find.[26:00] Dan tells us the bells he is seeking and how you can tell a hand cast bell from one that is hammered out or pressed.Quotes:“I would imagine the Swiss know how to make a bell” - Marco“buy what you like” - Dan BarkerConnect with us on:Twitter: @listenandsleepInstagram: @theinsomniaprojectweb: theinsomniaproject.comPatreon: www.patreon.com/theinsomniaproject Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-insomnia-project. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In today's show, Pancham interviews Arthur Drozd - president at SDS Realty Corp & ReadyLendGo.Com Having experience in commercial real estate for over 13 years, he now knows the ins and outs of the business and how to analyze deals in order to gain passive income streams! Today, he continues to revitalize neighborhoods, and provide value-added properties by operating his real estate investment firm. In this episode, learn from his experience as he reveals the properties and markets he has invested in. You certainly don't want to miss out on this episode as he shares investment strategies, focusing on affordable markets, finding the best financing available for them through an online commercial lending aggregator, and more! Listen and enjoy the show! Quote: “Buying the right property in the right market at the right price is important, but how you structure your finances and how you structure deals is also very important.” Timestamped Shownotes: 0:39 - Pancham introduces Arthur to the show 6:25 - On pursuing real estate investing and understanding rental markets 13:51 - Using 1031 exchange in three states and four different cities 22:57 - His current investing strategy and markets that he's investing in 24:43 - Automating real estate financing systems by creating his own aggregator 27:45 - The right time to buy an investment property and using no prepayment penalty loans 34:14 - Taking the Leap Round 34:14 - Auctions as his first investments outside of Wall Street 42:17 - Overcoming his fears through starting and learning from mistakes 46:03 - Investment deals that didn't work out as expected 48:33 - Why you should start taking the first step in investing 49:24 - How you can connect with Arthur 3 Key Points: When you first want to get started in real estate investing, always start with small investment properties and then grow and invest in larger properties from there. ReadyLendGo helps with your commercial real estate financing as the platform provides you with financing options that you can work with based on the provided data. Every single deal is different, so if the property is in the right market and has the potential to increase in rent then you should go ahead and invest in it. Get in Touch: ReadyLendGo Website - https://readylendgo.com/ Arthur Drozd LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/arthur-drozd-459b8142/ The Gold Collar Investor Club - https://thegoldcollarinvestor.com/club/ Pancham Gupta Email - email@example.com
Welcome to Episode 114 of SC Utd. On this edition: we're back from Paris! You can get in touch on Twitter @SoccerCardsUtd, follow us on Instagram @SoccerCardsUnited, or email us firstname.lastname@example.org. Your questions, comments and suggestions could and probably will be featured on the show if you reach out to us! Please rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts or out loud on the street to passers-by. The music for the show is: Modern Jazz Samba by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4063-modern-jazz-samba License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses
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