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Warren Buffett is widely regarded as one of the most successful investors. His investment advice has stood the test of time. Warren Buffett's company, Berkshire Hathaway, has acquired a fortune in the billions of dollars. With the New Year just starting, it's a good time to reflect and create resolutions. One of the best things to consider for 2023 is investment resolutions. Informed investors make better investment decisions. There is no unique trick you need to master to invest like Warren Buffett. However, many new investors are taken aback by the simplicity of the Oracle of Omaha's investment approach. We've lost count of the amount of investing mistakes we've made over the years, but almost all of them fall into one of Warren Buffett's ten investment tips. In this week's episode of The Free Retiree Show, wealth manager, Lee Michael Murphy, shares Warren Buffett's 10 Ways to Get Rich. Kick off the new year with new and compelling investment strategies! What you'll learn in the episode: Warren Buffett's top 10 tips to get rich Why is it important to calculate risk when investing? How persistence can do wonders to your investing outcome.
In this special episode, we speak with Mark Gandy about our favorite investing books. Mark is the host of The CFO Bookshelf podcast and a consultant helping CEOs and CFOs with business development and financial modeling. We discuss books that can help you understand financial statements, evaluate management, and judge the quality of a business. For more info about the podcast, go to the episode page and make sure to follow us on Twitter. We love to hear your thoughts on what you like and what we can improve, so please give us your rating and a review. You're also very welcome to tell us about great authors, books, and investors you want to hear on the show. Thank you! /Eddie & Niklas with teamThis episode was recorded on January 3, 2023.—————————————Episode Chapters(00:00) Intro by Eddie & Niklas (00:52) The start of our conversation (01:26) Eddie, Niklas, and Mark (03:08) How our passion for investing books started(06:42) How we find guests for the podcast(09:53) The value of investment books (14:36) The investment book list (30:41) The best books on Buffett (35:07) Book recommendations for someone who is new to investing(46:30) Books for understanding financial statements(51:35) The people aspect of evaluating a business(53:38) The last book(01:02:19) About Redeye and Investing by the Books—————————————Books MentionedThe Intelligent Investor - Benjamin Graham Security Analysis - Benjamin Graham and David L. Dodd One Up on Wall Street - Peter Lynch Beating the Street - Peter Lynch Quality First Investing - Björn FahlénThe Investment Checklist - Micheal Shearn Once in Golconda - John Brooks Business Adventures - John BrooksThe Go-Go Years - John Brooks Against the Gods - Peter L. Bernstein Fooled by Randomness - Nassim Nicholas TalebPoor Charlie's Almanack - Peter D. KaufmanDamn Right! - Janet Lowe The Snowball - Alice Schroeder The Warren Buffett Way - Robert G. HagstromThe Making of an American Capitalist - Roger Lowenstein The Most Important Thing - Howard Marks Millionaire Teacher - Andrew Hallman The Little Book that Builds Wealth - Pat DorseyInvestors Manual - NAICInvestment Biker - Jim Rogers The Education of a Value Investor - Guy Spier Financial Shenanigans - Howard Schilit The Interpretation of Financial Statements - Benjamin GrahamWarren Buffett and the Interpretation of Financial Statements - David Clark and Mary BuffettThe Black Swan - Nassim Nicholas TalebA Random Walk Down Wall Street - Burton G. Malkiel The Outsiders - William Thorndike Thinking, Fast and Slow - Daniel KahnemanInfluence - Robert Cialdini The Complete Financial History of Berkshire Hathaway - Adam Mead The Five Keys to Value Investing - Dennis Jean-Jacques100 Baggers - Chris Mayers —————————————Other resources Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholder letters Howard Marks' memos —————————————More on Mark TwitterWebsite—————————————About the PodcastIntro episode: https://www.redeye.se/podcast/investing-by-the-books/817383/0-intro-to-investing-by-the-books—————————————What is Investing by the Books?Investing by the Books was founded by Henrik Andersson, Bo Börtemark, Mats Larsson and Michael Persson. It has published hundreds of book reviews in the past 10 years and operates on a non-profit basis. Visit the website: http://www.investingbythebooks.com/Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Investbythebook—————————————What is Redeye?Redeye is a research-centered boutique investment bank from Stockholm. Founded in 1999, Redeye cultivates investors through timeless knowledge, a humble attitude, and a strong focus on quality. Visit the website: https://www.redeye.se/Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Redeye_—————————————DisclaimerNotice that the content in this podcast is not, and shall not be construed as investment advice. This information is meant to be informative and for general purposes only. For full disclaimer, visit Redeye.se
In this episode of Melissa Unscripted, real estate expert Melissa Greer and co-host Dave Wilson revisit a topic from Season 1, Episode 4 (Historical listings: Marketing homes that have a story all their own). This time on the forum: buying historic homes — the pros, the cons, and what a good buyer fit looks like. Both avid fans of old homes, the two share their experiences living in and being around historic homes as well as some of their favorite historic neighborhoods in Greensboro. Follow Melissa on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn and send us a comment.melissagreer.com
Young people often overlook real estate, but it can be a great way to invest in your future. James Douglas, an agent at Berkshire Hathaway, emphasizes the importance of taking actionable steps toward achieving one's goals regarding real estate investing. He believes that the younger generation should take advantage of this platform to build their wealth and gain knowledge and provide for their families in the future.
Value investors have been piling into BRKB as value investing gains momentum. Should they be? (0:45) - Value Stocks Back In Favor: Should You jump On The Warren Buffett Bandwagon? (6:00) - Ark Invest vs Berkshire Hathaway: What Fits Best Into Your Portfolio? (21:00) - Episode Roundup: BRKB, ARKK, AAPL, BAC, KO, AXP, TSM, CVX, EXAS, ZM, TSLA Podcast@Zacks.com
Former hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson, now the founder and CEO of newsletter publisher Empire Financial Research, joins Julia La Roche on episode 46 to share some worldly wisdom and his views on the market. The bulk of this conversation focuses on life lessons from his new book “The Art Of Playing Defense: How To Get Ahead By Not Falling Behind.” Whitney outlines five calamities to avoid, including: Loss of reputation and/or wealth Loneliness and/or suffering a permanently impaired relationship with a loved one A bad marriage, often ending in divorce Addiction and abuse The death, serious injury, or illness of yourself or a loved one In this episode, Whitney, 56, revisits his childhood, including growing up in Africa with his educator parents. He also shares whether or not he ate the marshmallow in the famed Stanford marshmallow experiment, a psychological study that examined delayed gratification among young children. He recounts how he met his wife Susan (thanks to his friend Bill Ackman!) and his journey from being the lowest-paid Harvard Business School graduate in his class working for a non-profit to the world of hedge funds (also thanks to Bill Ackman). Throughout the conversation, there are plenty of lessons gleaned over the years from being a long-time student and follower of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger. Whitney also discusses value investing in the current environment and why he's “reasonably bullish” and estimates the market could rise 15 to 20% this year. 0:00 The Marshmallow Experiment 4:30 Whitney likely didn't eat the marshmallow 5:10 Growing up in Tanzania 7:00 Emphasis on education 9:15 Met wife after crashing party with Bill Ackman 10:15 Interest in investing 12:20 Amassed $10K, called up Bill Ackman 13:58 Early days of the internet stocks 14:32 Warren Buffett 15:50 A ‘clueless fool' turning $20,000 into $120,000 in AOL 17:00 Absolutely no business starting a hedge fund 19:20 Dale Carnegie's “How To Win Friends And Influence People” 21:18 Lessons for Tilson's daughters 23:23 Raising athletic daughters 24:30 Price of Privilege 27:00 Sports and self-confidence with teenage daughters 36:00 The most important decision is who you marry 37:00 ‘Fishing in the right ponds' 39:00 Other important relationships 41:30 Epidemic of loneliness 44:00 Repairing and building relationships 46:10 Scott Galloway 49:00 Avoiding calamities 51:00 Loneliness or ruptured relationships as a calamity 52:48 The 5 calamities 53:30 How not to screw up your marriage 1:05:00 Risk taking and risk management 1:15:08 Reasonably bullish on the markets 1:19:57 Best guest is the market is up 15-20% 1:20:20 Value investing back in favor? 1:22:19 Berkshire Hathaway, Meta (Facebook), Netflix, Amazon, PayPal 1:23:40 Why the average person shouldn't be picking stocks 1:30:00 Achieving long-term wealth
Value investors have been piling into BRKB as value investing gains momentum. Should they be? (0:45) - Value Stocks Back In Favor: Should You jump On The Warren Buffett Bandwagon? (6:00) - Ark Invest vs Berkshire Hathaway: What Fits Best Into Your Portfolio? (21:00) - Episode Roundup: BRKB, ARKK, AAPL, BAC, KO, AXP, TSM, CVX, EXAS, ZM, TSLA Podcast@Zacks.com
DAX liegt über 15.000 Punkten. Bitcoin steigt auf 19.000 Dollar. Inflation sinkt auf 6,5 Prozent. Ubisoft und Logitech leiden trotzdem, TSMC nicht und Rational läuft. LVMH, Inditex und Berkshire Hathaway haben viel gemeinsam. Zum Beispiel drei Gründer über 70 und eine ungewisse Zukunft. Wenn Bing das nächste Google wird, wird Perion Network (WKN: A0JC7P) der nächste Highflyer. Diesen Podcast vom 13.01.2023, 3:00 Uhr stellt dir die Podstars GmbH (Noah Leidinger) zur Verfügung.
Today's motivation is all about achieving your financial goals. Audio Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOpKTJXr658 More about Warren: Warren Edward Buffett is an American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist. He is currently the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. He is one of the most successful investors in the world and has a net worth of over $110 billion as of January 2023, making him the world's fourth-wealthiest person. Quote of the Day: “Should you find yourself in a chronically leaking boat, energy devoted to changing vessels is likely to be more productive than energy devoted to patching leaks.” ― Warren Buffet Leave a review on Apple Podcasts Support via Patreon Check out my Personal Finance/Investing Podcast Join the Upcoming Newsletter Let's Stay Motivated On Discord
Living the Florida Lifestyle has always been Sarah Rothstein's vision of the perfect place to call home. In 2021, Sarah made her dreams come true and moved to Fleming Island in a Leap of Faith. Since then, she has been so happy that she pledged to help others move to their dream home by becoming one of the best real estate agents in America. Sarah works mainly within Fleming Island, Florida, specializing in finding the best properties within the county, as she plays an active role in her community and gets involved in her clients' lives in a positive manner. As a Mathematician with extensive experience in sales, Sarah has risen to become a widely respected real estate solo agent who was able to succeed in her real estate career while also being a mother. Tune in to this episode of Real Estate excellence to learn about Sarah's story and her secrets to success! [00:00 - 06:40] Sarah's Journey from Math Degree to Real Estate Excellence Sarah Rothstein is from Springfield, Georgia, and graduated from Georgia Southern with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. At 18-22 years old, Sarah did not have a clear vision for her future career Sarah's parents did not have college educations, but her father served in the Marine Corps After graduating college, Sarah was unsure of what to do with her degree and had an interesting road that brought her to real estate. [06:40 - 13:05] Sarah's Journey from Environmental Testing Lab to Real Estate Agent Sarah's first job out of college was at an environmental testing lab, which she found to be tedious and unfulfilling. After her testing lab job, Sarah worked in pharmaceutical sales for 15 years, doing cold calling and selling hard-to-find medications. There were parallels between prospecting and cold calling in real estate and pharmaceutical sales, which made her decide to become a real estate agent as an entry-level job [13:06 - 19:39] How One Woman Balanced a Full-Time Job and Real Estate to Achieve Success How Sarah decided to take a 1-year online real estate course while pregnant. She asked Kim Nap, her realtor if she could be successful in real estate in Fleming Island and Jacksonville. She interviewed several brokerages before deciding on Berkshire Hathaway. Berkshire Hathaway required a month-long training program of 5 days a week for 3-4 hours per day. Sarah realized that real estate required full-time dedication and self-investment. [19:39 - 26:38] Training and Networking for Real Estate Agents Ask for references from experienced agents when interviewing a brokerage. Evaluate the technology and tools offered by the brokerage. Consider the culture and training opportunities provided. Take advantage of conferences and conventions to network and learn. Look up successful agents in the same market to learn from their experiences. [26:38 - 33:28] Discovering the Potential of Real Estate: How Sarah Learned to Love Her Business Why collaborating with other agents is important for success. Getting advice from outside of your area to get an outsider's perspective. Ask other people's opinions when making consumer purchases. Why real estate agents should collaborate and help each other out. Agents become their business and need to enjoy what they do. [33:29 - 40:12] Building Relationships and Strengthening Connections The key skills for an ideal real estate agent include relationship building, work ethic, and coachability. Building relationships with clients, other real estate agents, and people in your neighborhood is essential to success in the business. Strategies for building relationships include door knocking, joining local recreation committees, friend requesting people on social media, sending notes, and doing drop-bys. [40:12 - 46:58] How Real Estate Agents Can Supercharge Their Path to Excellence Why building relationships with neighbors and being part of the community is key for a real estate agent's success. Work ethic, relationship building, and time blocking are essential skills for real estate agents Real estate agents should attend training and meetings to build relationships and stay on top of their industry. Being mindful that everyone needs a place to live is key to developing relationships and generating leads. [46:58 - 53:31] How Door Knocking and Open Houses Have Changed Real Estate Perfecting the follow-up after the sale. Digging deeper into relationships. Keeping in touch and deepening relationships over time. Checking in with clients and keeping them informed on market value. Door knocking in own community to build rapport. Open houses to meet new leads. Houses selling fast during the past two years, so open houses are even more advantageous. [53:31 - 01:00:06] Perfecting the Open House and Finding Your Groove Open houses are important for real estate agents to do in order to attract buyers and demonstrate their professionalism. Professional photos are important for the listing as they will be seen by potential buyers online forever. Agents should focus on one or two lead generation methods and give them time to work before diversifying. Agents should ask questions and talk to other agents to learn different methods of lead generation. A coach can help an agent reach the next level of success in their career. [01:00:06 - 01:07:06] Mentorship and Future Real Estate Investments Reaching out to experienced agents and mentors is key to success in real estate. Jacksonville is on the radar as a top city for growth across the country. 2023 is predicted to be a good year with lots of out-of-state buyers. Clay County schools are highly rated, and there is a lot of potential for growth in the area. Investing in Clay County now can lead to appreciation value over the next 5-10 years due to the First Coast Expressway. [01:07:07 - 01:13:44] Discover the Hidden Gem of Green Cove Springs Prices in Clay County are still very low. Green Cove Springs is a hidden gem. Navy Yard still there from the post-WWII era. Expressway going in soon, making the area more accessible. Social media presence is important for success. Focus on platforms you enjoy and that comes naturally to you. [01:13:44 - 01:20:13] Growing Your Network: Is It More Important Who You Know or What You Know? Real estate agents don't have to go to college to become successful. Networking is important in real estate, as people will resonate with you. Having an assistant and a dedicated transaction coordinator is key to success. Shonda Ka Panero from Berkshire Hathaway is a great example of someone who has been successful in the business for a long time. Rustin's favorite family activity in northeast Florida is going to the beach or springs, exploring new restaurants, and paddleboarding. It is important to know both who you know and what you know for success in real estate. [01:20:13 - 01:22:39] Connect with the Best of the Best and Take Your Real Estate Skills to the Next Level! What you know and who you know both make a difference. You don't have to go to a class for everything. Sometimes, the right people can teach it to you. Connect with the best of the best and take your skills to the next level by joining Tracy Hayes' podcast community. Post reviews on social media to show appreciation for heartfelt comments. Quotes "Real estate is a marathon, not a sprint." -Sarah Rothstein “Showing up, being committed, and surrounding yourself with the proper environment is the key to getting your mindset right to succeed in real estate.” -Sarah Rothstein “You don't need to bring your work into your personal relationships, but as a real estate agent, you're always on the clock. That needs you always need to be mindful of whether someone could need your services.” -Sarah Rothstein “As long as you double down, do the work, and put yourself out there, 2023 is going to be a great year for real estate.” -Sarah Rothstein Be sure to follow Sarah on social media to make contact with her and learn more about her real estate business: https://www.facebook.com/SarahRothsteinRealtor https://www.instagram.com/sarah.rothstein_realtorjax/ Check out Sarah's business page: https://www.homesweethomejax.com/ If you want to build your business and become more discoverable online, Streamlined Media has you covered. 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Welcome to the place where we get to let our geek flags fly and talk about all things geek. Basically a fuzzy guide to life, the universe, and everything but mostly geek stuff. This is a look into the world of geekdom and some geek news, comics, The Simpsons, Star Wars, and whatever randomness finds its way onto the recording. This level of the podcast includes: 2022 clean-up: Book of Boba Fett / Elvis / Light & Magic documentary / Moonfall / Uncharted / Marvel Special Edition: The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special / RRR Amazon Studios says The Rings of Power is a tremendous success Mr. Sunday Movies' animated Duel of the Fates Dwayne Johnson talks Black Adam in IG I Wish It Was Life Day video 2023 movies Renfield trailer MCU Phase IV as an exploration of the 7 stages of grief article Spectacular Spider-Man confirmed for Across the Spider-Verse Harley Quinn S4 confirmed for 2023 Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway buys Jazwares toy company New Avatar series in the works set after Legend of Korra IGN's Top 10 Star Wars games Stan Lee documentary announced for Disney+ Jeremy Renner injured in snowplow accident Wednesday Season 2 announcement Chewglocka and Hondo Ohglocka Rumor about Mary Elizabeth Winstead in the Ahsoka show Jon Favreau confirms writing on The Mandalorian S4 Damon Lindelof's Star Wars film may start shooting in April James Gunn refutes news that Gal Gadot was booted from DC James Gunn confirms development of Elseworlds tales separate from DCU continuity Snyderverse fans came close to getting what they wanted Gunn says future of the DCU inspired by Justice League Unlimited and Young Justice James Gunn says article declaring the scrapping of a Green Lantern show is fake The Rock pays tribute to Stan Lee fueling speculation he's joining the MCU Black Panther: Wakanda Forever on Disney+ Feb 1 Zachary Levi responds to fans re: Shazam future DC and other shows leaving HBOMax WB Discovery CFO Gunnar Wiedenfels says write off craziness is over The Flash S9 will include Diggle. Wally West, and Bloodwork in Episode 9 - Feb 8th Patti LuPone joins cast of Agatha: Coven of Chaos Charlie Cox confirms Daredevil: Born Again will show Matt Murdock in the courtroom more Sony Pictures confirms Spidey 4 will happen but no timeline James Mangold confirms Indy 5 will tell us what happened to Mutt Williams James Cameron confirms Avatar movies could be the last he works on Cameron also said Avatar 3 will involve Fire Na'vi Avatar 2 box office confirms profitability and next 6 to 7 years for Cameron Rumor that WB Discovery wants to reboot the Harry Potter universe Congrats on completing Level 328 of the podcast! Think positive, test negative, stay safe, wash your hands, wear a mask, and good luck out there. Feel free to contact me on Twitter and/or Instagram (@wookieeriot). You can also reach the show by e-mail, email@example.com., or by joining the Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1879505335626093). I'd love to hear from you. Merch is available at teepublic.com/user/laugh-it-up-fuzzball. Also subscribe to the feed on Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, Stitcher, Breaker, IHeartRadio, RadioPublic, Spotify, or any of the apps which pull from those sources. Go do your thing so I can keep doing mine. If you feel so inclined, drop a positive rating or comment on those apps. Ratings help others find the madness. Tell your friends, geekery is always better with peers. Thank YOU for being a part of this hilarity! There's a plethora of ways to comment about the show and I look forward to seeing your thoughts, comments, and ideas. May the force be with us all, thanks for stopping by, you stay classy, be excellent to each other and party on dudes! TTFN… Wookiee out! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/support
In this episode, listen as realtor, Ben Olson, is in the studio for the Friday Berkshire Hathaway Podcast to talk about how what inventory will look like for the market in 2023. Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #grandforksnd #RaiseTheForks #SimplyGraND #GFisCooler #grandforksbestsource #visitgreatergrandforks #berkshirehathaway
Elisha Covey is the co-founder of an eight-figure business portfolio including a company she scaled 4000% in less than 5 years. She is also an advocate for entrepreneurship. One of her construction firms has worked with the most recognizable companies in the space, including AECOM, Turner, and Balfour Beatty, and recently won the bid for work on a billion-dollar mixed-use development backed by Berkshire Hathaway. At 20 years old, she was earning a six-figure income by being in the top 5% nationwide for AT&T Advertising and Publishing. She honed her ability to connect and build trust with her clients so that she could help guide them to achieve their business goals. After helping so many others realize their dreams, she was able to identify her true calling: to become an entrepreneur. By the age of 25, she went into business for herself, founding and owning a multi-unit bakery brand, which is where she developed and mastered system process and procedure creation and implementation. She brings keen insight and an ability to create and institute systems and procedures. Her talents have been featured in respected media outlets and are sought after by even the most experienced entrepreneurs. As a trusted advisor and consultant, she can help any aspiring or scaling entrepreneur break free of limiting beliefs to accelerate their business, create financial freedom, and attain their dreams. In this episode, Elisha and Brad discuss clarifying your mission to take you to the next level on your journey. Listen to Elisha's podcast: The Girlfriends Follow and see learn more about Elisha @elishacovey and https://www.elishacovey.com Bomb: You don't always understand your mission in life
In this episode, listen as realtor, Ben Olson is in the studio for the Wednesday Berkshire Hathaway Podcast to talk about What to Expect in the Real Estate Market in 2023. Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #grandforksnd #RaiseTheForks #SimplyGraND #GFisCooler #grandforksbestsource #visitgreatergrandforks #berkshirehathaway
To succeed in big ways today, it's best to think in multi-dimensional or multi-disciplinary ways. That has been the key to attorney-businessman Charlie Munger's success and many others. In this episode, we'll talk about what it looks like to do this and how you can start to do it as well. Show Notes The 80/20 Principle: The Secret of Achieving More with Less, by Richard Koch (about how to discover and use the power of 80/20 leverage in business) Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, by Michael Lewis Moneyball, the movie (Wikipedia link) On Base Percentage statistic (the essential KPI in Moneyball) Einstein won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921 (link to article) Tim Ferriss Dave Asprey Shane Parrish (founder of Farnam St. blog) Charlie Munger Thinking in Bets: Making Smarter Decisions When You Don't Have All the Facts, by Annie Duke Meditations, by Marcus Aurelius Ryan Holiday The origin story of YouTube (Wikipedia article) Behavioral Economics Influence, by Robert Cialdini Thinking Fast & Slow, by Daniel Kahneman Munger gave Cialdini $100,000 worth of Berkshire Hathaway stock (link to article) The Undoing Project, by Michael Lewis Subscribe to 80/20 Lawyering - a Substack-published newsletter for solo & small firm lawyers who are looking for ways to get more of what they truly want without unnecessary stress or strain. Join 'Inner Circle' - a private discussion group for lawyers interested in making massive improvements in their law practices. Thanks to Our Sponsors "ChatterBoss is an incredible remote executive assistant company that helps solopreneurs and small businesses grow quickly and save money. Your dedicated ChatterBoss assistant can help you with case management, billing support, email optimization, social media, process building, automation, and more. They even have on-demand paralegals and legal assistants. The service is customized to your budget and is on-demand, so you can work with your assistant as much or as little as you need throughout the week. The minimum monthly spend for a dedicated executive assistant is only $200/month. The best way to get started is to schedule a free consultation and find out exactly how the service works. Click this link to schedule a free 30-minute call, and you'll get a special 15% discount when you sign up with ChatterBoss." Smith.ai is an amazing virtual receptionist service that specializes in working with solo and small law firms. When you hire Smith.ai you're actually hiring well-trained, friendly receptionists who can respond to callers in English or Spanish. If there's one great outsourcing opportunity for your practice, this is it. Let Smith.ai have your back while you stay focused on your work, knowing that your clients and prospects are being taken care of. Plans start at $210/month for 30 calls and pricing starts at $140 for 20 chats, with overage at $7 per chat. They offer a risk-free start with a 14-day money-back guarantee on all receptionist and live chat plans including add-ons (up to $1000). And they have a special offer for podcast listeners where you can get an extra $100 discount with promo code ERNIE100. Sign up for a risk-free start with a 14-day money-back guarantee now (and learn more) at smith.ai. EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Danny Ozment. He helps thought leaders, influencers, executives, HR professionals, recruiters, lawyers, realtors, bloggers, coaches, and authors create, launch, and produce podcasts that grow their business and impact the world. Find out more at EmeraldCity
In today’s shoutout of the day Scott Becker spotlights Warren Buffett, Chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway.
In today’s shoutout of the day Scott Becker spotlights Warren Buffett, Chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway.
In today’s shoutout of the day Scott Becker spotlights Warren Buffett, Chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway.
Chris Bloomstran is best known for his incredibly detailed analysis of the valuation of Berkshire Hathaway. Not only is he an outstanding value investor, he is a highly accomplished analyst. His Semper Augustus annual letter runs at over 100 pages and in recent years, it has included an evaluation of Berkshire Hathaway – his analysis of the stock is the best I have read. In this interview, we discuss his start in the business, his investment approach, why college investment funds make a great apprenticeship, why he writes such a detailed letter and Chris shares his analysis of the long term outlook for markets.
Business Podcast: We discuss the impacts of not getting enough sleep. We also discuss some advice for your career from Charlie Munger from Berkshire Hathaway. Then finally talk about advice from Mark Cuban. Like our Facebook Page Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Subscribe on Youtube Follow us on Minds New Perk! Become a Fight Laugh Feast Member click here, scroll down, and put "HTBT" in the memo to get a HTBT mug.
In this episode, listen as realtor, Katlyn Ramseth, is in the studio for the Friday Berkshire Hathaway Podcast to discuss What to Expect for the 2023 Real-Estate Market. Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #grandforksnd #RaiseTheForks #SimplyGraND #GFisCooler #grandforksbestsource #visitgreatergrandforks #berkshirehathaway
This week, we're counting down the top 5 episodes of 2022. Coming in at number 2 is Todd Boehly – The Next Berkshire Hathaway. Todd is the Co-founder, Chairman, and CEO of Eldridge, a multi-billion dollar permanent capital holding company with investments in eighty businesses, including high profile brands like the Los Angeles Dodgers, Dick Clark Productions, and The Hollywood Reporter, and an array of companies across other industries, including media, insurance, real estate, asset management, and technology. Combining its structure and Todd's acumen, CNBC recently postured that Eldridge may be the next Berkshire Hathaway. Our conversation covers Todd's early beginnings in structured credit, growing an asset management business at Guggenheim, and the formation of Eldridge. We then turn to his investment strategy and investments in asset management, media, gaming, and technology. Along the way, we discuss Todd's thoughts on sourcing, negotiation, structure, management, capital allocation, and the future of Eldridge. Learn More Follow Ted on Twitter at @tseides or LinkedIn Subscribe to the mailing list Access Transcript with Premium Membership
John Ingram with Prosperity Mortgage, Mark Stark Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and Harvey talk about important questions you should as yourself if you are a seller and whether you should sell now and if you are a buyer and if now is the right time to buy.
Realty expert, Katlyn Ramseth, is in the studio for the Wednesday Berkshire Hathaway Podcast to discuss financial fundamentals for first-time homebuyers. Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #grandforksnd #RaiseTheForks #SimplyGraND #GFisCooler #grandforksbestsource #visitgreatergrandforks #berkshirehathaway
In this episode, listen as realtor, Jon Broden, is in the studio for the Friday Berkshire Hathaway Podcast to countdown the 10 Mistakes New and Aspiring Real Estate Investors make. Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #grandforksnd #RaiseTheForks #SimplyGraND #GFisCooler #grandforksbestsource #visitgreatergrandforks #berkshirehathaway
This thrilling episode of the Dapper Dividends podcast was recorded live on the road from my work truck! In this thrilling installment, you'll find out the best recession-proof investment, plus a few of the DIVIDEND stocks I have been buying this week. Stock tickers mentioned in this episode: TGT, LEG, ARCC, MAIN & CE. chatGPT link HERE All the Berkshire Hathaway annual meetings podcast Get my FREE 48-page eBook "Brief Thoughts on Life, Love & Investing" and weekly newsletter HERE! See Russ in action at his job doing some WELDING! Get cash back on your gas, with the UPSIDE APP. CLICK HERE! Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org The Official Dapper Dividends Shop! **SPECIAL SEEKINGALPHA.COM offer - The Seeking Alpha Premium annual plan will be on sale and available for $39 for the first year, instead of the regular $239, which is an amazing 83% discount. CLICK HERE! WallStreetSurvivor.com "Is Seeking Alpha Worth It?" Alphaspread.com affiliate link = where I show intrinsic values on the channel. I highly recommend this book for ALL interested in dividend investing, from beginner to advanced - "The Dividend Millionaire" book (The above links are an affiliation where I will receive a small commission at no additional charge to you.) Check my website out - https://dapperdividends.com/ Follow Russ on Twitter - @Rustyram78 Remember this is not financial advice and it's ultimately your money and your responsibility!
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Anja Ettel und Daniel Eckert über das Gesetz der Serie im Börsenjahr 2023, die beste Aktie für den Gabentisch und das Chip-Beben und seine Folgen. Außerdem geht es um Micron Technology, AMD, Nvidia, Intel, Infineon, Biogen, Eisai, Applied Materials, LVMH, Berkshire Hathaway, Apple, Bank of America, Chevron, American Express, Kraft Heinz, Occidental Petroleum, Moody's, Taiwan Semiconductor, BYD, Tesla, AMC, Hornbach Holding, Hornbach und Vanguar S&P 500 (WKN: A2PFN2). Wir freuen uns an Feedback über email@example.com. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
What's the downside to using public filings to mirror Berkshire-Hathaway's investments? (0:21) Jim Gillies discusses: - The strength of Berkshire-Hathaway's underlying businesses - Warren Buffett's less-than-perfect investing track record - How investors cannot get the exact same price as the Berkshire-Hathaway investment managers (10:20) Dylan Lewis and Ricky Mulvey engage in a bull vs. bear debate over e-commerce platform Etsy. Stocks mentioned: BRK.A, BRK.B, ETSY, EBAY Holiday Music: Merry, Merry Christmas by Keb' Mo' Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jim Gillies, Dylan Lewis Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Rick Engdahl, Tim Sparks
On your Wednesday Berkshire Hathaway Podcast, listen as realty expert, Jon Broden, is in the studio to talk to us about how Kevin 'OLeary and Dave Ramsey's perspectives on purchasing a home. Show is recorded at Grand Forks Best Source. For studio information, visit www.gfbestsource.com #grandforksnd #RaiseTheForks #SimplyGraND #GFisCooler #grandforksbestsource #visitgreatergrandforks #berkshirehathaway
Today's podcast guest is Theresa Treat, the Vice President of People Services for Ben Bridge Jeweler of Seattle. She is one of the greatest leaders that I know who is self-aware, appreciative of others, and can be kind while being direct. We discuss: Being independent. Taking initiative. Exerting quiet influence. Making a positive impact on the business while focused on impacting the employees. Not wanting to be anyone else than who she is. How having heart helps her translate the business piece with her employees. She shared as a middle schooler, "I want to take "shop class" during my free period. I don't want to learn how to sew pants and I'll figure out how to cook on my own." Suggestions for other leaders: -listen patiently -set expectations for calls and HR related conversations -you can still be a really good human being and share great news and you can still really be a really good human being and share horrible news. More about Ben Bridge and the culture it has created: "With over 100 years of experience, Ben Bridge has a unique history and heritage that no other jeweler can claim. Our heritage isn't just a nice story to tell. It's what makes us credible. We have cultivated a culture of learning throughout every department—to provide a level of service unparalleled within our industry. The company is a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway and is managed by the Bridge family including CEO, Ed Bridge, and Lisa Bridge, President, COO. We have over 90 retail stores across 11 states as well as in Canada. This includes 30 PANDORA stores owned and operated by Ben Bridge ."
More on dividend growth investing -> Join our market newsletter!If you spend much time managing your own money or researching companies, odds are you have been exposed to high-yielding opportunities. From stocks to bonds to real estate, there are plenty of investments out there that present themselves as quality investments while simultaneously generating large income streams. 7%+ yields seem hard to beat, but there is usually a reason why the yield is so high. In a way, the market is essentially showing the investor a blinking warning light, one that indicates that there is risk built into the price of the company. This is not to say that these opportunities don't work, just that dividend growth investors need to be wary of what they entail.In the year's final episode, Greg answers a listener's question about prioritizing dividend growth or yield when nearing retirement age. That opens the door to examining the pitfalls of investing in high-yielding companies, where he provides a framework for analyzing the risk embedded within such investments. Later he compares Williams-Sonoma and Restoration Hardware in response to Berkshire Hathaway's recent addition of the company to its portfolio. Finally, Greg wraps up the episode with some food for thought.**NEW** If you submit a question to us and we use it in an episode, we will send you an official The Dividend Mailbox Yeti® Tumbler -> Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Happy Holidays!Visit our website to learn more about our investment strategy and browse all things dividends!Follow us on:Instagram - Facebook - LinkedIn - TwitterIf you enjoy the show, we'd greatly appreciate it if you subscribe and leave a review
Gary Silberg started off as a self-described “Midwest guy” but now has lived and worked all over the world. With over 20 years of experience in technology and 15 years in automotive, Gary's career has taken him to places as far afield as France and China - and led to him becoming fluent in French and partly conversational in Mandarin Chinese. Among his particular areas of expertise are automotive connectivity and autonomous vehicles.In this episode, Gary talks with Derek D about critical factors for the future of automotive - the staggering amount of money automakers have already invested in electric vehicles, the places where “islands of autonomy” are beginning to push the boundaries of “self-driving” cars, and how history from the earliest days of cars may repeat itself. Plus, he discusses how quantum physics is tied up with his view of the automotive industry, why Berkshire Hathaway is investing in autonomous vehicle tech, and more.Gary Silberg | KPMG AutomotiveEpisode Highlights:The surprising company Gary once worked for that was a top supplier of automotive technologyHow and why automation could replace human error and save lives in difficult, dangerous jobsThe simple mathematical reason why an “electric vehicle takeover” may be slower than some assumeThe popular household gadget using the same technological principles coming to cars“We're at a point now, as I tell people, where there's a shakeout… the question is, how many of these autonomous vehicle makers will we need?”— Gary Silberg|| Dealer News Today is a DCG Media production
Do you act as your true, authentic self when you're speaking, or do you have a specially rehearsed version of yourself that you think people would rather see instead? While you do need to know your audience, this week's guest says its better to be yourself no matter what. This week on Speakernomics, we invited Cassandra Worthy to share how she harnessed her true self and behavior to not only launch a speaking business in 2019 and 2020, but how that also helped her not only succeed as a speaker, but qualify to join NSA's Million Dollar Speakers Group. Key Takeaways Use your authentic power in your brand and on stage Expand your value beyond the keynote Who is Cassandra Worthy? Cassandra teaches the world how to harness the power of emotion to fuel growth through change. She's a speaker and a consultant for Fortune 500 companies as well as an avid writer. Before transition to the speaking industry, you was a chemical engineer for 15 years, working at both Procter and Gamble and Berkshire Hathaway. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hot off the heels of the Nuclear Fusion breakthrough, I share a thought about how we can and should apply this to our own portfolios. And as usual, we cover some recent dividend increases as well as the usual hijinks and nonsense! chatGPT link HERE All the Berkshire Hathaway annual meetings podcast Get my FREE 48-page eBook "Brief Thoughts on Life, Love & Investing" and weekly newsletter HERE! See Russ in action at his job doing some WELDING! Get cash back on your gas, with the UPSIDE APP. CLICK HERE! Contact - email@example.com The Official Dapper Dividends Shop! **SPECIAL SEEKINGALPHA.COM offer - The Seeking Alpha Premium annual plan will be on sale and available for $39 for the first year, instead of the regular $239, which is an amazing 83% discount. CLICK HERE! WallStreetSurvivor.com "Is Seeking Alpha Worth It?" Alphaspread.com affiliate link = where I show intrinsic values on the channel. I highly recommend this book for ALL interested in dividend investing, from beginner to advanced - "The Dividend Millionaire" book (The above links are an affiliation where I will receive a small commission at no additional charge to you.) Check my website out - https://dapperdividends.com/ Follow Russ on Twitter - @Rustyram78 Remember this is not financial advice and it's ultimately your money and your responsibility!
In today's Episode of the Jake Dunlap Show, we are joined by Amanda Holmes, CEO at Chet Holmes International in a talk about marketing strategies and practices companies should apply in order to double their sales and increase productivity. She shares her outlook on the most valuable trends that are transforming the future of business marketing and numerous resources and concepts that can take a company to the next level. Amanda Holmes was a 24 years old aspiring musician when her father, Chet Holmes, America's top marketing executive and sales expert passed away from leukemia. His business empire with hundreds of employees and a clients list that included over sixty Fortune 500 companies was now resting on her shoulders. After a rough beginning with no succession plan, Amanda proved to be a born leader. It was exactly her artistic nature and forward-thinking ideas, combined with her father's proven process and marketing methodology that helped her continue his mission of teaching others to radically change their lives and find their footing in the ruthless world of business. This year, marking ten years after her father's untimely passing, Amanda released a revised edition of his book “The Ultimate Sales Machine” in which she included new methodologies, frameworks and easy-to-follow applications that are meant to help readers double their sales. Time stamps: (00:48) Meet Amanda Holmes, CEO at Chet Holmes International;(02:25) Amanda's biggest regret- not learning the insides of the business world from her father while he was still alive;(05:39) Her passion for arts was inherited from her father- he wrote songs and screenplays and sold them to Warner Brothers;(07:13) How Amanda became “the only profitable musician she knew”- learning the skill of keeping your audience entertained and later on transferring that skill into her business career;(10:26) Stepping into her father's shoes- what determined Amanda to continue the legacy he created;(14:46) Moving the company online- first few years of holding the reins and becoming the new face of the company;(17:57) The “Dream 100” concept- taking her father's strategies to the next level;(22:11) A five-point checklist to determine the right clients for you;(23:56) Time management and time blocking- five steps to increase your productivity by 500%;(32:17) New business marketing trends organizations should focus on- ads, communities, organic social media and other untrackable marketing tools that bring value to your company and lead prospects to you;(43:41) Back to basics- strengthen your company's fundamentals by bringing teams together, organizing workshops and involving your employees in the problem-solving process. Quotes “I look back and think it would have meant so much to me to involve me in the world of business. My head of sales brings along his 14-year-old and his 11-year-old to a bunch of our trainings and I look at how they're learning at such a young age and I think holy cow, we really need to do that. That's wonderful, to give them the knowledge or the business acumen at a young age.” “My father lived and breathed this idea that whatever you want to be you can be. Just go and do it. All it takes is a little thing that we call “pigheaded discipline and determination”. My father invented that phrase.” “One night I told the audience “If you can fill my tip jar I will walk across the stage on my hands.” And I'm telling you people from the audience grabbed my tip jar and ran around the room trying to get it to fill, and they did fill it, and then I walked across the stage on my hands which I thought was hilarious. Then I recreated it online on Periscope. I got 100,000 likes in like three weeks.” “My father died at 55. He buried himself into an early grave with the amount of stress and pressure he put on himself (...) it's as if I'm burying myself in an early grave right next to him, stepping into his business. That's what was going through my head, and I thought no, I'm not stepping into this.” “Every time you get distracted it takes an average of 23 minutes for your brain to get back to the place it was, in full focus (...) and we actually have a five-step process to increase your productivity by 500%.” “90% of the people you are reaching out to don't care about you and what you do. So, what we recommend is to lead with education that takes them from the “I'm not interested” or “I think I have an opinion about what you do” and educate them into the “buying now” category. (...) At least let's make sure we follow a system for how to create content because 40% of content online actually hinders the sale.”____________________________Amanda's social links: LinkedinTwitterInstagramFacebookYoutube Amanda's music: Reverb Nation | Spotify | Allmusic Chet Holmes International- Social links and resources: WebsiteFacebookTwitterInstagramLinkedin Chet's book, revised edition-The Ultimate Sales Machine The Ultimate Sales Machine- book resources Chet Holmes International- free resources The Elevated Dream 100 Bootcamp Time Management Secrets of Billionaires_____________________________Mentions: Charlie Munger- an American billionaire investor, businessman, and former real estate attorney; Charlie Munger's main business:Berkshire Hathaway (a diversified multinational holding company with full ownership of GEICO, Duracell, Fruit of the Loom, and significant holding in Coca-Cola, Bank of America, American Express and Apple) Superhuman- productivity app offering the fastest email experience; Website | Twitter | Dribble | Facebook _____________________________Follow Jake: WebsiteInstagramLinkedInTwitter_____________________________
The Interview Discusses: The secret to success in the investment business.His investment thesis on both Home Depot & Diageo.Why investing through the covid crisis was harder than investing through the financial crisis. How covid has impacted Markel's insurance operations.His thoughts on Berkshire Hathaway investing in Markel.His observations of Warren Buffett as a fellow board member at The Washington Post.How Markel decides whether to invest in private companies through Markel Ventures or in public securities.Why he thinks it is possible for Markel Ventures to one day be larger than Markel's equity portfolio.Why most investors who tried to use insurance operations as funding mechanisms have failed.How he decides to add to existing equity positions.The advantages of having low turnover in his equity portfolio that most investors do not appreciate.His thoughts on when it is appropriate to use leverage.Markel's capital allocation priorities.His thoughts on the cable industry...For more information on the 2023 Markel Shareholders Meeting, please visit www.MarkelShareholdersMeeting.comFor any questions or to ask a copy of the Markel report, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Boyar's Forgotten Forty 2023 edition is now available for pre-order and we are offering a special early discount of $500. Click here to purchase now and receive your $500 in savings! You'll also receive the following two special bonus issues: October and November 2022 (over $5,000 of additional value).About The Forgotten Forty Every December, for almost three decades, Boyar Research publishes The Forgotten Forty, which features one-page reports on the forty companies that we believe have the greatest potential to outperform the leading indices in the year ahead due to a catalyst that we see on the horizon.
We explore building the Berkshire Hathaway of outer space. We're joined by Dylan Taylor, Founder and CEO of Voyager Space Holdings. We cover the evolution of space technology, private space companies vs. the government, and exciting innovations in the space industry. “I'm in the camp that is super passionate about space as a tool for transformation. So what energizes me is getting humans into space.” — Dylan Taylor EPISODE GUIDE (LINKS, QUOTES, NOTES, AND BOOKS MENTIONED) https://www.danielscrivner.com/notes/dylan-taylor-outliers-show-notes FULL TEXT TRANSCRIPT https://www.danielscrivner.com/notes/dylan-taylor-outliers-transcript CHAPTERS This episode is our definitive guide to building the Berkshire Hathaway of outer space. In it we cover: 00:00:00 – Introduction 00:01:55 – How Dylan's work in space began after reading The Last Lecture 00:09:22 – Dylan's early investments in and the evolution of space technology 00:17:25 – How re-usability and privatization has expanded space technology 00:39:05 – Why Dylan founded Voyager Space Holdings 00:49:52 – Space industry standards and the creation of the Voyager Space IP Exchange 00:54:35 – Private space companies and their relationship with government agencies 01:09:58 – Exciting innovations in the space industry 01:16:06 – How anyone can become involved in space industry and exploration ABOUT DYLAN TAYLOR AND VOYAGER SPACE HOLDINGS In 2019, PitchBook named Dylan Taylor one of the top 10 investors in space and space technology. While SpaceX, Virgin, Galactic, and Blue Origin have taken off in recent years, Dylan's been investing in outer space for over a decade. First, as an angel, and now as CEO of Voyager Space Holdings, where he's building the Berkshire Hathaway of space holding companies. Dylan has also served as the CEO of a public company, he's been on numerous boards, and he runs his own space-focused nonprofit called Space for Humanity. Dylan is a wealth of wisdom, and this episode is a masterclass on the past, present and future of outer space.
Charles Oglesby aka Todd Millionaire (Twitter: @RealToddBillion), and Raphael (Twitter: @WorkMoneyLife) speak with Lamontre Randall (Twitter: @Lamontre21 of Kioba Ventures, a collective of Black men doing business and real estate investments together in Baltimore, Maryland. They talk about the original Todd Capital investment club, lessons learned from the mobile barbershop, Jay Morrison's corner class, criticism of the Elon Musk Twitter deal, the advantages of having a team, the importance of men in the community, and much more! People mentioned: Elon Musk, Kanye West, Warren Buffet, Jay Morrison, Andre Hatchett, Marjorie McPike, CPA, MST Get the FREE "Start Your Podcast in 24 Hours" checklist here: https://gumroad.com/a/829125747/vlrVq Become a part of the Todd Capital community and join our Millionaire Fam on Patreon to get exclusive access to the hosts of Tweet Talk the Black Wealth Podcast and The Millionaire Talk Show: http://moneyteamtc.com Grab the PodcaSTAR: How to start a Podcast course here: https://gumroad.com/a/829125747 Join Raphael's brand new 4 week podcast coaching program: https://tweettalk.gumroad.com/l/podcastprogram/ Learn how to Trade Options, run a vending machine business, start an investment club, invest in real estate long distance, etc from Todd Capital: https://gumroad.com/a/386774131 Follow us on Twitter: Charles aka Todd Millionaire @RealToddBillion https://twitter.com/realtoddbillion Raphael @WorkMoneyLife https://twitter.com/WorkMoneyLife Tweet Talk @TweetTalkPod https://twitter.com/TweetTalkPod Follow us on TikTok: @TweetTalkPod https://www.tiktok.com/@tweettalkpod @Todd.Capital https://email@example.com Follow us on Instagram: Tweet Talk @TweetTalkPodcast https://www.instagram.com/tweettalkpodcast/ Charles @RealToddBillion https://www.instagram.com/Realtoddbillion/ Todd Capital @Todd.Capital https://www.instagram.com/todd.capital/ #BlackWealthPodcast #BlackPodcasters #ToddMillionaire #ToddCapital TREF, Tulsa Real Estate Fund, Berkshire Hathaway
(12/7/22) The Fed is now turning its attention to Financial Conditions as its campaign of rabid rate hikes continues unabated. Caution is the watch word for investors heading into the end of the year. A review of December Market history; why we've been reducing risk and taking profits; why we navigate the markets, not "time" the markets. Layoffs are coming after Christmas. A look at our market investing strategies going into the New Year; the problem with debt; Why own a mutual fund? Why invest in Berkshire-Hathaway? Actively managed, and crushes the indexes. Christmas Shopping with the Ratliff Kids: The Nolan Ryan jersey & baseball saga. Getting ready for EOY Tax Deadlines; how to strategically contribute to 401k's. SEG-1: The Fed's Focus on Financial Conditions SEG-2: Navigating vs Timing Markets SEG-3: Investing Strategies for 2023 SEG-4: Christmas Shopping & Year End Tax Deadlines Hosted by RIA Advisors Chief Investment Strategist Lance Roberts, CIO, w Senior Advisor, Danny Ratliff, CFP Produced by Brent Clanton, Executive Producer -------- Watch today's show on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfGi_i8xKt4&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=1 -------- Our Latest "Three Minutes on Markets & Money: "Will Wall St. See Santa this Year?" is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SatNXNCSCf0&list=PLVT8LcWPeAujOhIFDH3jRhuLDpscQaq16&index=1 -------- Our previous show is here: "The Problem with The Fed is The Fed" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwejdp4DzKk&list=PLVT8LcWPeAugpcGzM8hHyEP11lE87RYPe&index=2&t=2672s -------- Articles mentioned in this podcast: "The Big Short Squeeze Is Coming" https://realinvestmentadvice.com/the-big-short-squeeze-is-coming/ -------- Get more info & commentary: https://realinvestmentadvice.com/newsletter/ -------- SUBSCRIBE to The Real Investment Show here: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealInvestmentShow -------- Visit our Site: www.realinvestmentadvice.com Contact Us: 1-855-RIA-PLAN -------- Subscribe to RIA Pro: https://riapro.net/home -------- Connect with us on social: https://twitter.com/RealInvAdvice https://twitter.com/LanceRoberts https://www.facebook.com/RealInvestmentAdvice/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/realinvestmentadvice/ #InvestingAdvice #FederalReserve #FinancialConditions #InterestRates #RateHikes #ChristmasShopping #NolanRyan #BullMarket #Inflation #MarketFundamentals #MarketTechnicals #Markets #Money #Investing
Michael Eisner is the latest older leader being asked to suit up and go back into the game. What exactly is this saying about the business environment and the political environment? It appears we will have two presidential candidates in their 80s, speakers of the house and senate in their 80s, and this list of Fortune 500 executives who left 65 behind, normal retirement, a long time ago. Are we finally shifting from age being a hard line, "It's been a good run" to performance and results mattering NOT age? Some examples of "Seasoned" successes:· Warren Buffett—CEO and Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, 85.-Michael Eisner - CEO of Disney, 80· Sheldon Adelson—CEO, Chairman, and Treasurer of Las Vegas Sands, 82. · Roger Penske—CEO and Chairman of Penske Automotive Group, 79.· Leslie Wexner—CEO and Chairman of L Brands, 78.So what is going on? Listen and learn and as always take away tools you can apply for yourself and within your organization no matter what age you are!
If a huge week of retail earnings told us anything, it's that not everyone is ready for the holidays. (0:30) Emily Flippen and Jason Moser discuss: - Walmart beating expectations and raising guidance - Home Depot and Lowe's delivering the goods (without a boost in share prices) - Target's self-inflicted problems continuing - Former Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle taking his talents to Restaurant Brands International - The latest from Williams-Sonoma, Berkshire Hathaway, and Taiwan Semiconductor (19:15) Emily talks with Sumit Singh, CEO of Chewy, about the pet products industry, when it's ok to lose money on customer acquisition, and why his company is expanding into pet healthcare. (32:20) Emily and Jason discuss: - Sam's Club's new pricing strategy - Two stocks on their radar: Chart Industries and Zoom Video Stocks mentioned: WMT, HD, LOW, TGT, WSM, NVDA, BRK.A, BRK.B, TSM QSR, DPZ, CHWY, ROVR, GTLS, ZM Host: Chris Hill Guests: Jason Moser, Emily Flippen, Sumit Singh Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd, Rick Engdahl
Fictional character Alex P. Keaton and real-life CEO Warren Buffett have at least one thing in common. (0:21) Ron Gross discusses: - Getting inspiration from a sitcom character - Buying his 1st stock from research in an investing newsletter - His enduring admiration for Costco - The undefinable-but-real value of the “Buffett Premium” when examining Berkshire-Hathaway's business Stocks mentioned: DIS, NFLX, COST, BRK-B Host: Chris Hill Guest: Ron Gross Engineer: Dan Boyd, Tim Sparks