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CNBC's Mike Santoli discusses the debt ceiling duel, a possible A.I. bubble and retail earnings.
The Dow fell while the S&P and Nasdaq rose and Jim Cramer is breaking down Nvidia's quarter and guidance as the stock jumped 24% today, pulling the entire tech space higher. First, Splunk posted an earnings beat alongside a surprise profit yesterday and Cramer is getting a read on the quarter with CEO Gary Steele. Then, are there profits to be found in the pet care space? Cramer's talking to Zoetis CEO Kristin Peck after the company's investor day. Plus, Cramer's sit-down with Fortune Brands CEO Nicholas Fink from CNBC's CEO Council Summit. Mad Money Disclaimer
Jesse Cramer shares the golden rule of personal finance Episode 2319: The Golden Rule of Personal Finance by Jesse Cramer Jesse started The Best Interest in 2018. He was a mechanical engineer by day, working on satellite telescopes. But his passion was to help people improve their personal finances. He began writing to "learn in public," to help people, and to add genuine signal to an otherwise noisy Internet. Fast forward to now. So much has changed. -The Best Interest was nominated for 2022 "Personal Finance Blog of the Year" -Jesse has been on CNBC, MSN, the Motley Fool, Yahoo Finance, and more. -Jesse created a book with 30 other personal finance experts contributing a chapter each. -And Jesse left engineering. He now works for a fiduciary wealth management firm with one important mission: helping people achieve their financial goals. The original post is located here: https://bestinterest.blog/golden-rule/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I start with Bruce at 12 mins and Michael at about 30 Bruce Bartlett is a longtime observer and commenter on economic and political affairs in Washington, D.C. He has written for virtually every major national publication in this area, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Politico, and many others. Read his column at and subscribe to The New Republic Bartlett's work is informed by many years in government, including service on the staffs of Congressmen Ron Paul and Jack Kemp and Senator Roger Jepsen, as executive director of the Joint Economic Committee of Congress, senior policy analyst in the Reagan White House, and deputy assistant secretary for economic policy at the Treasury Department during the George H.W. Bush administration. Bruce is the author of nine books including The New York Times best-seller, The Benefit and the Burden: Tax Reform—Why We Need It and What It Will Take (Simon & Schuster 2012). His earlier book, Impostor: How George W. Bush Bankrupted America and Betrayed the Reagan Legacy (Doubleday 2006), was also a New York Times best-seller. Bartlett's latest book is The Truth Matters: A Citizen's Guide to Separating Facts from Lies and Stopping Fake News in Its Tracks (Ten Speed Press/Penguin Random House 2017). Bartlett often appears on television, where he is a regular on MSNBC, CNBC, CNN and other news networks. He has also appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Colbert Report, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, The Opposition with Jordan Klepper, The McLaughlin Group, Moyers and Company Most importantly he is a regular on Stand Up and my proudest achievement was creating his twitter account and encouraging him to use it. Michael A. Cohen is a regular contributor for The Boston Globe on national politics and foreign affairs. He is also the author of “American Maelstrom: The 1968 Election and the Politics of Division.” Michael has written for dozens of news outlets, including as a columnist for the Guardian and Foreign Policy and he is the US Political Correspondent for the London Observer. He previously worked as a speechwriter at the US State Department and has been a lecturer at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. Please check out and hopefully subscribe to Michael's Substack newsletter Truth and Consequences! Stand Up subscribers get a discount on Michael's new newsletter! Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page
Silicon Valley “laptop classes” need to get off their “moral high horse” with their “work-from-home bulls***,” Tesla CEO Elon Musk told CNBC's David Faber in a Tuesday interview. Musk was discussing return-to-office imperatives that have caused significant concern among tech workers in Silicon Valley and across the U.S., many of whom were promised generous remote work mandates by top executives. “I think that the whole notion of work from home is a bit like the fake Marie Antoinette quote, 'Let them eat cake,”″ Musk said. “It's not just a productivity thing,” Musk said. “I think it's morally wrong.” That's NOT Christian is a podcast by four urban believers who discuss current events and push the envelope on traditional religious subjects with a touch of humor. ►Become a Member: https://www.youtube.com/c/ThatsNOTChristian/membership ►Shop: http://thatsnotchristian.com ► Telegram: https://t.me/thatsnotchristian ► Music by Ryan Little SPOTIFY: https://spoti.fi/2MmjRru ►Follow the Squad ANT: https://www.instagram.com/aptop25/ JAY: https://www.instagram.com/jayacosta/ JIMMY: https://www.instagram.com/jaeisla/ SWITCH: https://www.instagram.com/switch_in_hd ►Podcast Equipment Streamyard: https://streamyard.com/pal/5046807178772480 Canon M50: https://amzn.to/2NP7s3G Logitech BRIO- https://amzn.to/379YCnN Samson Q2U: https://amzn.to/3tcv2aW Ring Light: https://amzn.to/3tbxApJ Light Stand: https://amzn.to/2NKbg69 Smart Lights: https://amzn.to/3aeU5kW Gaming Chair: https://amzn.to/36nnFn0 DISCLAIMER: This video and description may contain affiliate links which allow us to receive a small commission when you click on a product links. This helps support the podcast and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! #thatsnotchristian #elonmusk #workfromhome --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thatsnotchristian/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thatsnotchristian/support
Harold Bradley, a long-time investment manager and chief investment officer, joins Julia La Roche on episode 77 to discuss why Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) have distorted the role of equities markets in capital formation while posing systemic risks. Bradley has broad and deep experience in mutual funds, foundations and endowments, exchanges, and private equity partnerships, including venture capital and hedge funds. His experience also encompasses investments in farmland, metals and mining, futures and options, and a track record of successful engagement with venture-backed technology and FinTech companies, including W.R. Hambrecht's OpenIPO, Euronet Worldwide, StarMine Corp (sold to Reuters) and Archipelago, LLC (IPO). In 1982, Bradley introduced first of a kind cash-settled stock index futures contract in the Value Line Composite Index while at the Kansas City Board Trade before purchasing a membership and trading for five years on the floor. In 1988, he was hired at Twentieth Century, now American Century, as the first equity trader, and built a globally recognized trading operation over the next ten years. He was the lead portfolio manager of small-cap growth funds from 2003 to 2007. He was later appointed Chief Investment Officer of aggressive growth strategies before being named President of American Century Ventures in 1999, which invested $63 million in businesses likely to disrupt the mutual fund industry. From 2003 to 2007, he managed American Century Tomorrow and a team of software engineers and developers who used artificial intelligence, fuzzy logic, inference engines, and pattern recognition to develop manager compliance systems and quantitative investment strategies for American Century growth mutual funds managing $10B. The American Century trading desk received global recognition as an innovator of electronic trading techniques and protocols, including the Financial Information Exchange (FIX) Protocol steering committee that created open source standards for order, trade and settlement instructions between investment firms, brokers and exchanges in global equities and foreign exchange trading. Throughout his career, Bradley delivered Congressional testimony on stock market regulation, electronic trading, soft dollars, decimalization of stock prices, and ETFs. As Chief Investment Officer of the Kauffman Foundation from 2007 to 2012, he co-authored a vital research paper with Robert Litan highlighting risks to market stability from lax regulation of ETFs. He also co-authored widely-cited papers on subpar venture capital fund returns, with recommended best practices. He's been interviewed by CNBC, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and others. Read Harold Bradley's October 2011 testimony on ETFs here: https://www.etf.com/docs/Bradley_Testimony_10-19-11_SII.pdf 0:00 Open 1:21 Harold Bradley 2:15 Accidental investor 3:00 Agricultural commodities reporter 5:43 A major structural shift 6:45 Pace of change 7:50 Wheat pit to stocks 10:29 1987 crash 13:04 Black Monday blamed on portfolio insurance. ETFs 'a form of portfolio insurance' 13:45 20 Building trading operation 16:30 Electronic trading 21:15 Fees 22:40 Flawed system was a bug, not a feature 23:01 Soft dollars 28:59 Testified before Congress six times 30:10 Risk in ETFs 32:00 Drawback to mutual funds 35:12 Why did ETFs start 38:22 Decimalization 40:30 How D.C. works 43:00 ETFs are presented as a passive investment, but they're not 48:30 KRE 53:29 ETFs have instant liquidity, but the component securities within an ETF aren't immediately liquid 57:00 Gold/silver ETFs 1:00:45 Margin lending 1:03:18 How are ETFs distorting markets and the systemic risk they pose 1:06:00 Undermining price discovery 1:10:38 Bubbles 1:11:50 AI next ETF craze 1:13:00 Punishing good management 1:17:00 Investing today 1:20:00 Investing challenges 1:22:54 Why market won't go down? 1:27:00 Fragile markets 1:28:00 ETF risk likely won't go away 1:34:00 Markets today
We just bought a brand-new car! Now before you take away my personal finance card, hear me out. In today's episode, I share how and why we bought this new car and why I don't regret it for a minute. Second, we're hosting Jade Warshaw from Ramsey Solutions. She shares how she and her husband Sam paid off nearly $500k in debt in 10 years! Last but not least, Calvin is back with another Good Word! We're talking about a boy who literally came back from the dead today. RESOURCES ** Sponsors + Partners + Deals: https://www.marriagekidsandmoney.com/sponsors ** Jade Warshaw (Website): https://www.ramseysolutions.com/jade-warshaw Good Word: https://www.fox26houston.com/news/houston-area-family-loses-two-boys-but-one-is-revived-from-death OTHER EPISODES YOU MIGHT LIKE How We Became Debt Free After Paying Off $50,000 in 1 Year Allison Baggerly: Become Debt Free While Still Enjoying Life Generational Wealth: These 3 Investing Accounts Can Give Your Kids A Bright Future MKM RESOURCES Make My Kid a Millionaire Course: Want to make your kid a millionaire? Learn more about my course! MKM Coaching: Request a free 15-minute consultation today YouTube: Subscribe for free to watch videos of these episodes and interviews Instagram: Follow our IG channel Voicemail: Leave your question or comments here Merch Store: Check out our t-shirts, hoodies, and coffee mugs! SHOW INFORMATION: Marriage Kids and Money Marriage Kids and Money is dedicated to helping young families build wealth and happiness. This award-winning platform helps couples and parents achieve financial independence and discover the true meaning of wealth. To achieve these big goals, we answer questions and interview experts who uncover smart net worth building habits and tools that can help everyone find their own version of financial independence. Learn more at https://www.marriagekidsandmoney.com HOST BIO: Andy Hill Andy Hill is the award-winning family finance coach behind Marriage Kids and Money - a platform dedicated to helping young families build wealth and happiness. Andy's advice and personal finance experience have been featured in major media outlets like CNBC, Forbes, MarketWatch, Kiplinger's Personal Finance and NBC News. With millions of downloads and views, Andy's message of family financial empowerment has resonated with listeners, readers and viewers across the world. When he's not "talking money", Andy enjoys being a soccer Dad, singing karaoke with his wife and watching Marvel movies. DISCLAIMER This show may contain affiliate links or links from our advertisers where we earn a commission, direct payment or products. Opinions are the creators alone. Information shared on this podcast is for entertainment purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. Marriage Kids and Money (www.marriagekidsandmoney.com) is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. CREDITS Research & Writing: Andy Hill Podcast Artwork: Liz Theresa Editor: Podcast Doctors Podcast Assistant: Josh Doering Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Risk warehousing, Government paralysis and other interesting concepts from this week's guest, Dr. Richard Smith. How to mitigate self-defeating investment plans? AI and the potential for civilization - good stuff in this episode. When Dr. Richard Smith discovered that many top investment advisors and wealthy traders used special mathematical formulas to invest in the stock market, he decided to try it out himself. Using his own formula, he found that he could make more money and take less risk, regardless of market performance. In 2004 he used this algorithm to build one of the first online financial technology platforms. The platform worked so well he made it available to individual investors. In 2013 he founded TradeSmith, which started as a simple way to track portfolios and evolved into a powerful suite of risk-management and portfolio analysis tools. The company grew to over 30,000 investors who entrusted his technology with a staggering $20 billion, earning him the moniker “doctor of uncertainty.” After 16 successful years, he sold TradeSmith at the top of the market. Never one to sit idle, Richard's newest endeavor, RiskSmith, levels the playing field for individual investors. Synthesizing his passion for simplifying complex financial markets and his background in mathematics and systems science, Richard has created tools that help investors better understand and evaluate risk in the market. According to Richard, “Most people have no idea how powerful of a tool good risk management really is. They look at risk as something to stay away from. In fact, it's exactly the opposite. Once you understand risk, you can control it. By taking smart risks, you can truly transform your financial future.” Richard studied mathematics at U.C. Berkeley and earned his PhD in Systems Science from the Watson School of Engineering at SUNY Binghamton under the late Professor George Klir. Richard is also Chairman of the Board and CEO of Foundation for the Study of Cycles, an international nonprofit that promotes and conducts research of cycles and how they can be used to make the world a better place Follow @Investing_Dr Check this out and find out more at: http://www.interactivebrokers.com/ Follow @andrewhorowitz Looking for style diversification? More information on the TDI Managed Growth Strategy - HERE Stocks mentioned in this episode: (MSFT), (GOOGL), (AAPL), (CHGG)
Republicans walk away from debt ceiling talks only to say a few hours later they'd be back. Plus, the trash talk between Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis heats up as the GOP presidential field grows. Join guest moderator John Yang, Kayla Tausche of CNBC, Fin Gomez of CBS News, Carl Hulseof The New York Times and Seung Min Kim of the Associated Press to discuss this and more.
Annie Wu Henry, digital strategist for progressive campaigns, joins us to break down the election results in Pennsylvania, highlighted by Sara Innamorato's primary win for Alleghany County Executive. We also discuss Helen Gym's great campaign for Philadelphia mayor and the challenges she faced from within the Democratic establishment and GOP megadonors working to stop her. Annie explains how progressive candidates in other purple states can learn from these races.We also discuss Wired magazine's strange and fawning piece on Pete Buttigieg.You can follow Annie here: https://twitter.com/Annie_Wu_22To become a subscriber (paid intern!) to the Insurgents and gain access to an additional episode every week, you can subscribe at TheInsurgents.Substack.com/subscribe or simply click this button.Our most recent premium episode for paid interns about Dianne Feinstein's return to the Senate, Elon Musk's weird CNBC interview, Rob's new king and Jordan's trip to Japan where he slept through an earthquake is available here: https://theinsurgents.substack.com/p/ep-176-weekend-at-difis#detailsYou can find The Insurgents elsewhere on…YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@TheInsurgents/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theinsurgentspod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/insurgentspod This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit theinsurgents.substack.com/subscribe
Auto safety expert, Byron Bloch, joins us to tell the story of how citizens in conjunction with the Sierra Club defeated a highway widening boondoggle in Maryland. Then we welcome microgrids manager at the Green Justice Coalition, Sari Kayyali, to tell us how microgrids in his community have saved money and the environment. Finally, we catch up with the director of Progressive Democrats of America, Alan Minsky, in Washington DC to talk about high speed rail and the post-Bernie progressive movement.Byron Bloch is an independent consultant and court-qualified expert in Auto Safety Design and Vehicle Crashworthiness. Over the years, he has fought for safer fuel tanks, stronger seats, the need for airbags, better truck underride guards, and has testified on these safety issues at Congressional Hearings, and to NHTSA. He contributed to the Sierra Club's successful campaign to strongly oppose and stop the proposed widening of the 1-270 and Capital Beltway and the scheme to also add privatized toll lanes.What we have to do is refocus and say, “We are a people-oriented nation. Not a vehicle-oriented nation.” And if you look at it in those terms—people-oriented nation— then you say, “Well, what are the economics, what are the health and safety issues that affect people?” But instead, it becomes the almighty vehicle-ization of the nation and that means more lanes, more traffic, more lanes, and then more traffic.Byron Bloch Activist and auto safety expertThe corporate state arrives in different manifestations— the military industrial complex, the Pentagon, and this is what's going on at the state level. It doesn't get many national headlines, but it's the merger of corporations with state government. And there's a lot of secrecy involved, a lot of phony promises, a lot of misleading rhetoric, and the legislators are compromised by the campaign contributions and the pressure from the governor's office.Ralph NaderSari Kayyali is a mechanical engineer and the Microgrids Manager at Microgrids Chelsea and Chinatown Power.The technology around clean electric generation—solar panels and battery storage—are experiencing a revolution. Just in the last decade alone, solar panels have dropped to a third of what they used to cost to manufacture. Battery storage has improved dramatically in terms of energy density, cost, and reliability. And so, a lot of places around the country are looking to these as solutions. Microgrids have been around for a while, they don't necessarily need to use clean technology but specifically clean microgrids are really catching on all around the country, and around the world.Sari Kayyali Microgrids Manager at the Green Justice CoalitionAlan Minsky is a lifelong activist, and Executive Director of Progressive Democrats of America. Alan has worked as a progressive journalist for the past two decades, he was Program Director at KPFK Los Angeles from 2009-2018, and he has coordinated Pacifica Radio's national coverage of elections. He is the creator and producer of the political podcasts for The Nation and Jacobin, as well as a contributor to Common Dreams and Truthdig.There's a whole bunch of elements that the progressive movement hasn't been that attentive to. Including things like industrial production and the transformation it requires between business and government to transform American society, so that it's operating on clean energy, so that its industrial manufacturing doesn't have breaks in supply chains… So I got involved with a lot of projects that aren't that common for progressives to be involved in.Alan Minsky, Executive Director of Progressive Democrats of AmericaIn Case You Haven't Heard with Francesco DeSantis1. CNBC reports that the FTC is mulling a proposal to bar Meta (formerly Facebook) from monetizing the data of minors. This follows the agency's allegation that the company violated a 2020 privacy order. The FTC quoted an independent assessor who found “several gaps and weaknesses in Facebook's privacy program” that posed “substantial risks to the public.” Hopefully, this action will put other tech companies on notice regarding monetization of children's data.2. Dr. Steve Feldman, a Jewish dermatologist, is being penalized by the state of Arkansas for his refusal to sign a loyalty pledge to the state of Israel, the Arkansas Times reports. After giving a lecture to medical students in Little Rock, he was prompted to check a box agreeing not to boycott Israel, which he refused to do. As a result, the state is withholding his payment for the lecture. The Arkansas Times also refused to sign the pledge. Feldman said “What's nuts is they're asking a newspaper to say they won't boycott Israel, they're asking Americans who have a conscience, who know Israel is keeping Palestinians from their homes.” The ultra-conservative Supreme Court declined to hear the newspaper's legal challenge to the state law, and therefore it is still in place.3. In Rochester, New York, Coca-Cola is building a new facility. The company predicts this development will yield 250 new jobs. However, the Rochester Beacon has broken down the corporate welfare the conglomerate stands to receive in exchange: $41 million in state and local subsidies, or about $164,000 for each job created.4. A stunning expose in the Guardian shines a light on the beef industry, and specifically, their “messaging machine.” “The beef industry has developed a ‘Digital Command Center” that tracks media outlets and social media for more than 200 beef-related topics” Based in Denver, Colorado, the project which “looks like a military operation” is staffed 24/7 with personnel redundancies to “make sure someone's always watching.”5. In another law enforcement bombshell, longtime LAPD SWAT officer, Sgt. Timothy Colomey, has blown the whistle on the reality of the elite unit. According to Sgt. Colomey, LAPD SWAT is controlled by a violent inner circle known as the “SWAT Mafia” which has perpetuated itself using “excessive force...insubordination, sabotage and cover-ups.” Colomey has put his allegations into a detailed new deposition, available at the LA Times.6. The Department of Education Office for Civil Rights has officially opened an investigation into charges that the George Washington University discriminated against Palestinian students, according to the GW Hatchet. Palestine Legal, which filed the complaint on behalf of three GW students, responded to the news by writing “This is an important step that shows the Office of Civil Rights is taking anti-Palestinian discrimination seriously.” Radhika Sainath, a senior staff attorney at Palestine Legal added “Even if pro-Israel groups don't like it and complain, the law is clear – Palestinian students are entitled to the same educational opportunities and services as other students.”7. In other Palestine news Rep. Rashida Tlaib held an event commemorating the Nakba – literally the catastrophe – of May 15th, 1948 when 700,000 Palestinians were expelled or fled from their homeland. This event was originally slated to be held at the Capitol Visitors Center, but Speaker McCarthy blocked the ceremony, per CNN. Tlaib responded with a statement, saying, “Speaker McCarthy wants to rewrite history and erase the existence and truth of the Palestinian people, but he has failed to do so.” Finally, Bernie Sanders stepped in and facilitated the event in the Senate HELP Committee hearing room.8. AL.com reports that the Democratic Party of Alabama has abolished the DNC-mandated minority caucuses for youth, LGBTQ, and disabled Democrats. Until now, “those caucuses had the power to nominate at-large members to ensure representation proportionate to Alabama Democratic voters.” State party boss Joe Reed had long opposed theses caucuses, which dilute the influence of the state's Black caucus on the executive committee. Former Senator Doug Jones, the only Democratic Senator in Alabama since 1997, is quoted saying “What the leadership of the Alabama Democratic Party did — was to essentially say that we don't represent the Democratic electorate in Alabama anymore.”9. Kimberly Gardner, St. Louis's elected prosecutor, is being forced to resign from her position under threat from the Missouri state government, per the Missouri Independent. Gardner, a reformist prosecutor, has drawn ire from conservatives and the police union in St. Louis since her tenure began; this came to a head when the Republican legislature threatened a state takeover of her office. In her resignation letter, Gardner wrote “I can neither enable nor allow the outright disenfranchisement of the people of the City of St. Louis.”10. The International Committee of the Democratic Socialists of America announced on Twitter that the Washington DC Council has passed a unanimous resolution urging President Biden to “dismantle the US blockade” and remove Cuba from the State Sponsor of Terrorism list. Get full access to Ralph Nader Radio Hour at www.ralphnaderradiohour.com/subscribe
Total consumer debt hit a fresh new high in the first quarter of 2023, pushing past $17 trillion even amid a sharp pullback in home borrowing. According to a report from the New York Federal Reserve, the total for borrowing across all categories hit $17.05 trillion, an increase of nearly $150 billion, or 0.9% during the January-to-March period. That took total indebtedness up about $2.9 trillion from the pre-Covid period ending in 2019.In this episode of The Higher Standard, Chris and Saied examine this news and determine the effect it will have on the economy as a whole.They discuss news that famed short-seller Michael Burry and his hedge fund, Scion Asset Management, snapped up 150,000 shares of First Republic prior to its purchase by JP Morgan, worth about $2 million at the end of the first quarter.Chris and Saied look at A Gallup poll indicating that 36% of US adults say they have a “great deal” or a “fair amount” of confidence that the Federal Reserve chairman would do or recommend the right thing for the economy, a precipitous drop which is now at or below his predecessors' as the central bank wages its war against inflation.They also offer some thoughts on recently-released Federal Reserve data, showing that deposits at U.S. banks climbed to $17.16 trillion in the week ended May 3, up about $67 billion, ticking up from the lowest level in nearly two years while bank lending was little changed at a record level.Join Chris and Saied for this fascinating and informative conversation.Enjoy!What You'll Learn in this Show:Why inflaton in Argentina has sped up to 109% as currency weakens before the election.The three steps to a Federal Reserve pivot.Why Warren Buffett and Michael Burry are doubling down in the banking sector.Why the FOMC needs to see inflation going down on a fast enough trend.And so much more...Resources:"With $1B in back rent due, LA landlords struggle to survive" (The RealDeal via Instagram)"Consumer debt passes $17 trillion for the first time" (CNBC via Instagram)"Michael Burry loaded up on bank stocks during the banking crisis" (Bloomberg Business via Instagram)"Paul Tudor Jones says the Fed is done raising rates, stocks to finish the year higher" (CNBC via Instagram)"Confidence in Jerome Powell has plunged to a record low" (Bloomberg Business via Instagram)"What happens when the prophecy of the blockchain fails?" (Bloomberg Business via Instagram)"U.S. bank deposits rise in early May, lending little changed at record high" (Reuters)"US real estate investors are losing money on roughly 1 in 7 homes they sell — among the worst since 2016. And they're most likely to take a hit...
Buy our NEW MERCH here at https://tmgstudios.tv/collections/trillionaire-mindset Elon Musk, George Soros, and Sam Altman take the cake this week. The guys break down Elon's insane CNBC interview, a look into who George Soros actually is, and inside Mr. Altman's trip to Washington. Will Elon ever stop? Why all the attention on Soros? Will Altman get AI properly regulated? Ben & Emil will catch you up. Sign up for a one-dollar-per-month trial period at https://shopify.com/trill This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Find more balance, with BetterHelp. Visit https://BetterHelp.com/trill today to get 10% off your first month. For a limited time, try Notion AI for free when you go to https://notion.com/trill Get the only digital wallets with real cash access, activated by MoneyGram. Learn more at https://moneygram.com/stellarwallets Check out our channel page on Apple Podcasts, go to: https://apple.co/trillionaire SUBSCRIBE to Trillionaire Mindset at https://www.youtube.com/trillionairemindset Want to subscribe to our newsletter? http://bit.ly/3k4Nfar Trillionaire Highlights Channel: https://www.youtube.com/TrillionaireMindsetHighlights Trillionaire IG: https://www.instagram.com/trillionairepod Trillionaire Twitter: https://twitter.com/trillionairepod TMG Studios YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/tinymeatgang BEN https://www.instagram.com/bencahn/ https://twitter.com/Buncahn EMIL https://www.instagram.com/emilderosa/ https://twitter.com/emilderosa *DISCLOSURE: THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THIS VIDEO ARE SOLELY THOSE OF THE PARTICIPANTS INVOLVED. THESE OPINIONS DO NOT REFLECT THE OPINIONS OF ANYONE ELSE. THIS IS NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE. THE VIEWER OF THE VIDEO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSIDERING ANY INFORMATION CAREFULLY AND MAKING THEIR OWN DECISIONS TO BUY OR SELL OR HOLD ANY INVESTMENT. SOME OF THE CONTENT OF THIS VIDEO IS CONSIDERED TO BE SATIRE AND MAY NOT BE CONSIDERED FACTUAL AND SHOULD BE TAKEN IN SUCH LIGHT. THE COMMENTS MADE IN THIS VIDEO ARE FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY AND ARE NOT MEANT TO BE TAKEN LITERALLY.* Chapters: 0:00 This Week! 1:00 iPad Men 2:28 Housekeeping 4:20 Spoiling the Huge News 6:30 Okay, We're Done w/ Promo 8:00 The Animaniacs? 9:00 Elon Names Twitter CEO 11:06 Thanks to Shopify! 12:41 Linda's “Syops” 14:55 Twitter's New Hierarchy 18:40 The Glass Cliff 20:26 Sponsored by BetterHelp 22:05 Elon's CNBC Interview 24:00 Who is George Soros? 27:08 What is Elon's Problem? 28:28 Elon's Dumb Remarks 30:00 Elon's Movie Quotes 32:40 Elon is a 13-Year-Old Boy 34:26 Thanks to Notion! 36:23 The “Bad Psyop” 39:20 The Work from Home Debate 41:38 Elon's AI Project 42:30 Our Daddy Issues 43:22 Elon Attacks George Soros 45:10 George Soros Background 46:45 Thanks to Moneygram! 47:33 Breaking the Bank of England 50:30 The Soros Funds…? 53:00 Why Attack Soros? 54:30 The David Sacks Tweet 56:37 What are we GETTING at? 1:00:40 Look at the STATS 1:02:00 Elon's Dumb Tweets 1:02:50 Mr. Altman Goes to Washington 1:05:08 Altman's Proposals, Regulation 1:07:30 Sam's OpenAI Holdings 1:08:50 Sams in Bahamian Jail 1:10:00 Wrapping up this BANGER 1:11:36 This Week on After Hours!
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks to Karol Markowicz and Pedro Gonzalez about the fallout from CNBC's interview with Elon Musk, in which he doubled down on his attacks against George Soros; how Soros-funded district attorneys enacted bail reforms and other policies that lead to rising crime in major U.S. cities; how the Durham report exposed the truth about the Trump-Russia collusion hoax and proved the worst fears about the FBI; the upcoming official announcement of Ron DeSantis' entry into the 2024 election; Jordan Peterson making it clear why culture wars matter and why conservatives are wrong to ignore them; and much more. WATCH the MEMBER-EXCLUSIVE segment of the show here: https://rubinreport.locals.com/
Kyle, Adam, Emma, and Travis from The Babylon Bee talk about Target's targeting of children, the wild Trump Town Hall on CNN, and how to properly evaluate the Star Trek film canon. Tears of the Kingdom came out, Elon Musk talked to CNBC, and the Durham Report came out. Also, people still send hate mail to the Bee and King Nerd won the headline contest! This episode is brought to you by our wonderful sponsors who you should absolutely check out: Allegiance Gold: http://protectwithbee.com Seven Weeks Coffee: http://sevenweekscoffee.com Patriot Mobile: http://patriotmobile.com/bee2023 Samaritan Ministries: http://samaritanministries.org/thebabylonbee In the full-length ad-free subscribers-only podcast, the Bee discusses Ezekiel bread, a new podcast on The Babylon Bee, and subscriber-submitted headlines of the week. Also subscriber Nicalys sent in a Babylon Bee Bee-tles song parody! Use promocode ‘PODCAST' to get 20% off signing up at: http://babylonbee.com/plans
Elon Musk says remote work is a moral issue; CNBC's Jon Fortt explains both sides of the worker's moral compass. Simon Johnson, MIT professor and former IMF chief economist, discusses the banking crisis, why it's inappropriate to compare it to the 2008 meltdown, and what lessons can be drawn from the current turmoil. Debt ceiling negotiations between the country's top political leaders are expected to continue into the weekend as they face a June 1 deadline at which point the U.S. could default on its bills. Plus, Disney is scrapping plans to build a new campus in Florida and Twitter is accusing tech giant Microsoft of misusing its data.In this episode:Simon Johnson, @baselinesceneJon Fortt, @jonforttBecky Quick, @BeckyQuickAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkinKatie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie
Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis
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This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit theinsurgents.substack.comSenator Dianne Feinstein returned to the Senate this week and gave some incredible quotes to Slate about how she never actually was gone. Impressive! We discuss the ongoing push for her resignation, Rob's new king, Elon Musk's interview with CNBC in which he claimed there was no evidence a Nazi mass shooter with Nazi tattoos was actually an extremist, a…
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Elon Musk says suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story was Big Tech election interference, he doesn't care if he loses money because of what he says, pushes back on CNBC journalist. Sane wealthy people need to step up and speak out agains liberal lunacy. Flashback to Trump interview with Lesley Stahl -- Trump totally vindicated on Russia investigation, Hunter Biden laptop. C&B talk to callers.Follow Clay & Buck on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clayandbuckSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Elon Musk once again schools a legacy media reporter, demonstrating that their days are indeed over! Highlights: ● “In a Tweet earlier this week, Musk compared Soros to the X-Men villain Magneto who is on a warpath against humanity.” ● “You can see clearly what Elon is referring to there: all the offers of money and power are not enough for him to abandon his championing the principle of free speech, which he sees as foundational to a flourishing civilization.” ● “With the Twitter platform, and with social media in general as long as it's not policed by woke censorship boards, by ministries of truth, these networks provide the platform whereby information can be radically democratized, information is effectively de-centralized away from monopolistic institutional control like the legacy media and it's now available to everyone through digital networks.” ● “With mass information and the platform provided by Elon Musk's Twitter, an independent and alternative media world is rising, and rising exponentially!” Timestamps: [01:13] Elon's tweet about George Soros and what he said to the interviewer who brought it up [06:27] Musk's response to the notion that he's pushing conspiracy theories [07:27] What all of this means for the extraordinary rise of alternative media Resources: ● You can download my NEW GUIDEBOOK “5 Steps to ESCAPE the Great RESET" for a limited time for FREE at https://free.turleytalks.com/escape-the-great-reset/ ● Ep. 1617 Miller Lite Pulls Woke Ad after Massive Backlash!!! ● It's time to walk away from the woke corporations. Make The Switch at https://patriotswitch.com/turley ● Start the 24/7 Protection of Your Home and Equity Today! Go to https://www.hometitlelock.com/turleytalks ● Reclaim sovereignty over your health TODAY with Nature's Morphine HERE: https://www.bh3ktrk.com/2DDD1J/2CTPL/ ● Join my growing FREE Courageous Patriot Network TODAY: https://share.hsforms.com/1va23lG2zRZaLgiBZlF3B1g2drig ● Want free inside stock tips straight from the SEC? Click here to get started now: https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/turleytalks Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review. Sick and tired of Big Tech, censorship, and endless propaganda? Join my Insiders Club with a FREE TRIAL today at: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com Make sure to FOLLOW me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrTurleyTalks BOLDLY stand up for TRUTH in Turley Merch! Browse our new designs right now at: https://store.turleytalks.com/ Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture! If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
Folks, America is no longer the free country it once was. Our beloved nation has devolved into an open-air prison ruled by petty tyrants with only the illusion of freedom. One would hope we could bridge the ideological divide between the two sides, but unfortunately one side is dead set on viewing the other as enemies. The only thing keeping us from being thrown in camps is the Second Amendment. Look no farther than the case of Daniel Penny, the heroic Marine who stopped a homeless lunatic from threatening people on the subway. His reward? Penny is facing 25 years behind bars. Go back to 2018: Karine Jean-Pierre said Donald Trump was guilty of "Russian collusion." With the release of the Durham report, we know that's completely untrue. Will anyone face consequences for this nonsense? Of course not. John Fetterman and Dianne Feinstein returned to D.C. despite being essentially brain-dead. It's a travesty that they're being wheeled out to represent the people when they don't even know where they are. Elon Musk was interviewed on CNBC about his taking over Twitter and his controversial post about George Soros. When asked about concerns from advertisers about his tweets, Musk said he "doesn't care about losing money" because free speech is more important. His new CEO hire has some people concerned, but only time will tell if Musk will stay true to his word. Today's Sponsors: Patriot Mobile When you switch to Patriot Mobile you support free speech and religious freedom, the sanctity of life, Second Amendment, and our military, veterans and first responder heroes! Their 100% US-based customer service team makes switching easy! Just go to https://www.PATRIOTMOBILE.COM/CHAD or call them; 878-PATRIOT! My Patriot Supply Emergency food and survival gear from My Patriot Supply? Check. The 3-Month Emergency Food Kit offers your family peace of mind—no matter what happens. Get over 2,000 calories a day of delicious foods that will keep you fed for a long time. Grab your emergency food and FREE survival gear—worth over $200—from My Patriot Supply by going to https://www.PREPAREWITHCHAD.COM. You'll also get FAST and FREE SHIPPING in unmarked boxes for your privacy. Relief Factor Inflammation is not only the chief cause of pain, but it also is a factor in many other diseases, and I feel better that Relief Factor is always working to keep our inflammation markers in check. There are hundreds of thousands of people who order Relief Factor every month and about 70% reorder because it works and you can order a trial pack for only $19.95 to see if it will work for you to reduce your pain. Just go to https://www.ReliefFactor.com to order, OR CALL 800 – THE NUMBER 4 – RELIEF. Black Forest Supplements It's time to put a stop to this dangerous trend and show you how to take back your rightful place as a proud, strong, American man. That's why I'm introducing you to a powerful solution: The Black Forest Testo Stack. Try Black Forest's TESTO STACK (Testosterone & Muscle Mass): (Code CHAD for 10% OFF) https://blackforestsupplements.com/chad Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's a story not many are discussing, but Stigall has the particulars. Obama returns to TV for an interview. Why now? Stigall knows and mocks Obama's call for a "common set of facts" in news reporting. Actor Kevin Sorbo discusses Hollywood turning their back on faith focused projects. Elon Musk gets a hostile interview on CNBC, and Charles Gaspirino from Fox News discusses with Stigall the state of the economy and his long term forecast. -For more info visit the official website: https://chrisstigall.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/chrisstigallshow/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisStigallFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/chris.stigall/Listen on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/StigallPodSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BlazeTV contributor Jaco Booyens and head writer and researcher for Glenn Beck Jason Buttrill join the show to discuss elder abuse at the U.S. Capitol. California Senator Dianne Feinstein, 89, returned to the office last week after a two-month medical leave of absence, and she wasn't quite all there. After an interview with a reporter, Feinstein signaled no recollection of being absent for months. Pennsylvania Senator John Fetterman, whose run for office was put on hold by a stroke, ignited new health concerns after a recent hearing on Capitol Hill. Elon Musk created a Twitter storm this week after calling George Soros Magneto and not backing down during a CNBC interview. Bud Light won't take the hint — customers are never coming back. Anheuser-Busch has seen dips in sales for five weeks straight. Today's Sponsors: When you switch to Patriot Mobile, you support free speech, religious freedom, the sanctity of life, the Second Amendment, and our military, veteran, and first responder heroes! Its 100% U.S.-based customer service team makes switching easy! Just go to http://www.PatriotMobile.Com/News. Get FREE ACTIVATION today with the offer code NEWS. Right now, you can save $200 on an EdenPure OxiLeaf II Thunderstorm Air Purifier 3-pack for whole-home protection. You get three units for under $200. Put one in your basement, bedroom, family room, kitchen, or anywhere you need clean, fresh air. Go to http://edenpuredeals.com and enter discount code "sara3" to save $200. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dave Rubin of “The Rubin Report” talks about Tesla and Twitter CEO Elon Musk's tense interview with CNBC's David Faber at Tesla's annual shareholder meeting where he was asked about his controversial tweets and support of conspiracy theorists; Kamala Harris trying to convince her audience that what Republicans call gender ideology is really women's history; John Fetterman's hard to watch questioning about bank bailouts as a part of the Senate Banking Committee; Ilana Glazer telling “The Late Show's” Stephen Colbert that he's one of the “good” white people; CNN's Jake Tapper admitting that the Durham Report, which looked into the Trump-Russia investigation, exonerates Trump and looks bad for the FBI; how well Eric Swalwell's argument with Tucker Carlson about the Trump's collusion aged; Barack Obama telling Nate Burleson his concerns about political media bias and political polarization; and much more. WATCH the MEMBER-EXCLUSIVE segment of the show here: https://rubinreport.locals.com/ ---------- Today's Sponsors: Chamonix's Genucel serum with plant stem cell technology helps get rid of those bags and puffiness under your eyes. Act now and save over 70% off Genucel's most popular packages and for a limited time get a complimentary Spa Essentials Box with every package order. Plus a free upgrade to priority shipping. Go to https://Genucel.com/DAVE
Steve discusses Elon Musk's appearance on CNBC and why he possesses qualities sorely lacking in American society. Then, the team plays a game of Buy, Sell, or Hold on topics ranging from the band Journey to who will be Trump or DeSantis' VP pick. Finally, Daniel Horowitz from the "Conservative Review" podcast joins the program to talk about what actual options Americans have to influence their government. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 2: According to reports, the USDA is considering a ban on chocolate milk in public school cafeterias. While being interviewed on the red carpet of the 2023 GLAAD Media Awards, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre criticized states with bans on gender affirming care for minors. She also stated: "These are our kids. They belong to all of us." On Tuesday, billionaire Elon Musk spoke with David Faber of CNBC. During the interview, Musk said he would continue to speak freely on Twitter “and if the consequence of that is losing money, so be it.” He also criticized progressive political donor George Soros' preferred candidates—comparing him to the fictional supervillain “Magneto.” Speaking with Bret Baier on Fox News, former Attorney General Bill Barr said that Special Counsel John Durham's newly released report vindicates Donald Trump. Durham's report concluded that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) did not have sufficient reason to launch an investigation into unsupported allegations that there were ties between Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and Russian officials.
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (05/17/2023): 3:05pm- On Tuesday, former City Councilmember Cherelle Parker won the Democrat mayoral primary in Philadelphia—and is expected to win the city's general election in November. She would be the first woman to become Philadelphia Mayor. Notably, Parker campaigned on ending safe injection sites, restoring stop-and-frisk policies, and hiring more police officers to help combat crime throughout the city. With 87% of the total vote reported, Parker received 33% of the vote. Meanwhile, despite support from Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), progressive candidate Helen Gym earned just 21.3% of the vote. Is this the end of Gym's political career? It's unlikely. She's already rumored to be a U.S. Senate candidate in the event Bob Casey Jr. (D-PA) decides not to seek reelection in 2024. 3:25pm- On Tuesday, President Joe Biden met with Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY), Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) in hopes of successfully negotiating a debt ceiling increase. No agreement was reached. Earlier this month, House Republicans passed legislation that would cut long-term federal spending while concurrently raising the federal debt limit. 3:30pm- Former City Councilmember David Oh won the Republican mayoral primary in Philadelphia on Tuesday. 3:35pm- According to Fox5, “New York City has begun to convert public school gymnasiums into housing for international migrants in the latest effort to accommodate a growing population of asylum-seekers who have overwhelmed the city's homeless shelter system.” The controversial policy has led to wide-spread, massive protests being led by parents. You can read more here: https://www.fox5ny.com/news/nyc-migrant-crisis-public-school-gyms-temporary-housing 3:45pm- According to a report from The Daily Wire's Ryan Saavedra, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has sent over 1,000 soldiers/law enforcement officers to Texas in order to help the state secure the U.S. southern border. You can read more here: https://www.dailywire.com/news/florida-sends-800-soldiers-300-law-enforcement-officers-to-help-secure-u-s-border-in-texas 4:05pm- According to reports, the USDA is considering a ban on chocolate milk in public school cafeterias. 4:10pm- While being interviewed on the red carpet of the 2023 GLAAD Media Awards, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre criticized states with bans on gender affirming care for minors. She also stated: "These are our kids. They belong to all of us." 4:30pm- On Tuesday, billionaire Elon Musk spoke with David Faber of CNBC. During the interview, Musk said he would continue to speak freely on Twitter “and if the consequence of that is losing money, so be it.” He also criticized progressive political donor George Soros' preferred candidates—comparing him to the fictional supervillain “Magneto.” 4:50pm- Speaking with Bret Baier on Fox News, former Attorney General Bill Barr said that Special Counsel John Durham's newly released report vindicates Donald Trump. Durham's report concluded that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) did not have sufficient reason to launch an investigation into unsupported allegations that there were ties between Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and Russian officials. 5:05pm- The Drive at 5: Dr. Wilfred Reilly—Professor of Political Science at Kentucky State University & Author of “Taboo: 10 Facts You Can't Talk About”—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss President Joe Biden's statically inaccurate claim that the greatest threat to America is white supremacy. Dr. Reilly also talks about a hilarious/bizarre Daily Mail article about a female social media influencer who complained that when she wears skimpy “booty shorts” to the gym, she receives unwanted male attention. Dr. Reilly adroitly explains, “I go to bars in a shirt that says, ‘Here to Fist-Fight,' but I am sick of all these fights.” 5:20pm- In a newly released 328-page report compiled by Senator Marco Rubio's (R-FL) office revealed that just prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, Chinese government officials pressured bio-labs to produce breakthrough medical advancements regardless of safety concerns. The report also concluded that COVID-19 likely originated at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. 5:40pm- John Yoo— the Emanuel S. Heller Professor of Law at the University of California at Berkeley & a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss Special Counsel John Durham's report which concluded that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) did not have sufficient reason to launch an investigation into unsupported allegations that there were ties between Donald Trump's 2016 campaign and Russian officials. Will anyone be held accountable? 6:05pm- On Wednesday, Montana became the first state to ban the China-based social media application TikTok when Governor Greg Gianforte signed a bill into law. The statewide ban goes into effect until January 1st, 2024. 6:25pm- During an interview with CNN on Tuesday night, a 5th grade teacher from Florida condemned the state's policies of removing conversations about sex and sexual orientation from public school classrooms. The teacher argued that your rights as a parent are gone when your child is in the public school system. 6:40pm- S.P. Sullivan of NJ.com writes: “A new law limiting concealed carry of guns in New Jersey suffered another defeat in federal court Tuesday as a judge ordered state officials not to enforce its tight restrictions pending a flurry of legal challenges from gun rights advocates. The ruling means New Jerseyans with proper permits are free to concealed-carry handguns at beaches, public parks, bars and restaurants—places from where Gov. Phil Murphy…sought to ban firearms in an effort to curb gun violence.” You can read Sullivan's full article here: https://www.nj.com/news/2023/05/gun-rights-advocates-win-major-challenge-to-njs-tough-concealed-carry-law.html
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Elon Musk did not hold back in his exclusive CNBC interview – we'll debate the biggest moments that investors are talking about today. Plus, we run through three debt ceiling scenarios and the REITs that could benefit or be hurt the most. And mortgage demand is dropping as interest rates hit a 2-month high. Could home price declines be next? We have the things you need to know if you're in the market.
Carl Quintanilla Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed what Elon Musk told David in a wide-ranging CNBC exclusive interview -- including the future for both Tesla and Twitter. Hear what Musk said about AI, the impact of his tweets, U.S-China tensions over Taiwan, plus why he passionately views work from home as a moral issue. The anchors also reacted to comments by House Speaker Kevin McCarthy about the debt ceiling talks. He told CNBC that he doesn't believe the U.S. will default. Also in focus: Target and TJX earnings, sources told David that Amgen is confident it will prevail over the FTC's push to block the company's $28 billion takeover of Horizon Therapeutics. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
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In a CNBC exclusive interview, David Faber sits down with Elon Musk immediately following Tesla's annual meeting in Austin, Texas.
Brett Winton, Ark Invest chief futurist, discusses Amazon's A.I. usage, the value of the technology, and why the technology may not benefit all major tech companies. Gene Munster, Deepwater Asset Management managing partner, gives his take on Tesla's annual shareholder meeting so far and what could be coming off Tesla's line in the future. CNBC's Phil Labeau also previews Tesla's annual meeting. Fast Money Disclaimer
Herb Greenberg (@HerbGreenberg) is the editor of the Empire Financial Daily e-letter, Herb Greenberg's QUANT-X System, and Empire Real Wealth. Previously, he was the co-founder of Pacific Square Research and Greenberg Meritz Research & Analytics – both independent, short-biased investment research firms. Greenberg spent more than 40 years as a financial journalist at some of the country's leading newspapers, websites, and broadcast media, where he covered almost every industry. He served as senior stocks commentator at CNBC and was a financial correspondent at the Chicago Tribune. He also spent 10 years as the daily business columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, during which time he started his five-year run as Fortune's monthly Against the Grain columnist and was the morning business reporter for San Francisco's KRON-TV. When the Internet and online media were still emerging, Greenberg was one of the first mainstream journalists to make the shift online, when he became senior columnist at TheStreet. He later shifted to the same role at MarketWatch. When Dow Jones bought out MarketWatch, he added a weekend investor column for the Wall Street Journal to the mix. Earlier in his career, Greenberg was a reporter at Crain's Chicago Business and a business reporter for the St. Paul Pioneer Press. He also spent a year as an analyst at a risk arbitrage firm. Greenberg holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Miami and completed the Herbert J. Davenport Fellowship at the University of Missouri. 0:00 Show Open 1:54 Welcome Herb Greenberg 2:40 Wanted to be a radio disc jockey, turned out to be a business journalist 4:06 Getting hooked on reporting 5:40 Path to the University of Miami 6:00 Late bloomer in journalism career 9:00 From Miami to St. Paul 10:25 Herb's big break at Crain's (the “bootcamp” of his career) 14:00 ‘Golden era' of business journalism 15:08 Herb wrote the ‘original Business Insider' column 18:08 The story Herb never talks about 22:00 State of business journalism today 24:44 Stories 27:14 Assessment of the markets and the economy 28:44 Paying the price for ridiculously low rates 30:00 Discrepancy between what's real and the data 31:16 Markets are messy 32:55 Wish I had been more aggressive in funding 401k and IRA 34:55 Best question anyone has ever asked me 37:57 Family office analysts are happier than hedge fund analysts 42:00 Red flags 46:00 Silicon Valley Bank, regional bank failures 49:00 The ETF Monster https://www.cnbc.com/2010/09/13/man-vs-machine-the-etf-monster.html 51:30 Blaming the short-seller narrative 53:10 Concept of avoiding loss 53:50 ChatGPT is the ‘new weather' on earnings calls 58:00 Longevity
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits have jumped to a 1-1/2-year high, pointing to cracks in the labor market as demand slows, potentially giving the Federal Reserve room to halt further interest rate increases next month. With demand cooling, inflation pressures are subsiding. Data from the Labor Department indicates that producer prices rebounded modestly in April, leading to the smallest annual increase in wholesale inflation in more than two years.In this episode of The Higher Standard, Chris and Saied examine this news and determine the effect it will have on the economy as a whole.They discuss a Labor Department report showing that the consumer price index (CPI), which measures the cost of a broad swath of goods and services, increased 0.4% for the month, in line with the Dow Jones estimate.Chris and Saied look at comments from JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon that markets will be gripped by panic as the U.S. approaches a possible default on its sovereign debt, calling the default "potentially catastrophic" for the country.They also offer some thoughts on a statement by New York Federal Reserve President John Williams, who cautioned that interest rate increases will take a while to work their way through the economy before inflation returns to an acceptable level.Join Chris and Saied for this fascinating and informative conversation.Enjoy!What You'll Learn in this Show:Why services inflation is really consumer discretionary spending more than anything else.Why housing prices are excluded from the Labor Department's CPI report.The odds of a Fed rate cut this year.Why the Fed's 'stress tests' for banks failed.And so much more...Resources:"Jamie Dimon warns panic will overtake markets as US approaches debt default" (CNBC via Instagram)"The family behind First Citizen's Bank is $1 billion richwer since SVB" (Bloomberg Business via Instagram)"AirBnB stock craters - founders lose $4 billion in one day" (Forbes via Instagram)"Inflation rate eases to 4.9% in April, less than expectations" (CNBC)"Wholesale prices rose just 0.2% in April, less than estimate as inflation pressures ease" (CNBC)"Fed's John Williams says rates could be increased if inflation doesn't come down" (CNBC)"Worries linger about financial stability following bank rescue, Fed report shows" (CNBC)"US weekly jobless claims hit 1-1/2-year high; inflation subsiding" (Reuters)
In a CNBC exclusive interview, David Faber sits down with Elon Musk immediately following Tesla's annual meeting in Austin, Texas.
Carl Quintanilla Jim Cramer and David Faber led off the show with what investors can expect from the markets this week, ahead of earnings releases from major retailers and the resumption of debt ceiling talks in Washington. David announced that he will have a live interview with Elon Musk Tuesday night on CNBC. Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen joined the program to discuss his company's foray into AI. Also in focus: "Merger Monday" including the largest-ever M&A deal in the gold mining industry, Shake Shack faces a proxy battle, Sarepta soars, plus why legendary investor Paul Tudor Jones told CNBC the Fed “could probably declare victory now.” Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
Join host Susan Sly, a tech Co-Founder and mother of 4, as she interviews some incredible Mompreneurs who have defied the odds to build successful companies while raising their children. Learn the delicate balance they've struck between nurturing their businesses and their children. In this captivating compilation show, we bring you the best moments from previous episodes, featuring extraordinary women like Jordan Scott, the visionary Founder of Cobble, a groundbreaking decision-making tool to help teams collaborate. Also, prepare to be inspired by Bernadette Butler, the Co-Founder of StoryTap, who has harnessed the power of video storytelling to revolutionize the marketing world. And don't miss the insights from Estelle Giraud, the Co-Founder of Trellis Health, a company building smart, comprehensive health record systems. Whether you're a seasoned entrepreneur, a budding businesswoman, or simply seeking inspiration, this compilation show celebrates the strength, resilience, and unwavering spirit of Mompreneurs. About Jordan Scott: Jordan graduated from NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study in 2015. Before launching her startup, she began her career as a news associate at CBS This Morning. To date, Jordan has raised $3.3 million in seed funding, growing Cobble to tens of thousands of users who have swiped over 2M times on curated places and experiences in-app. Cobble is quickly expanding to new cities, optimizing decision-making functionality, and more. Connect with Jordan: Website: https://www.trycobble.com/ LinkedIn: @jordan-scott-354aa458/ Twitter: @trycobble Instagram: @trycobble/ About Bernadette Butler: Bernadette Butler is the co-founder of StoryTap Technologies, a video production company which has created and placed brand inspired videos that amass MILLIONS of views. She has been in the industry for 25 years and she brings a focus of empathy to her company culture. After creating a financial book club that grew to 500 members across 6 countries, Bernadette created StoryTap Technologies to be the first agency of its kind to make videos for brands, companies, and social media that share perspectives and experiences from across the world. Connect with Bernadette: Website: - https://storytap.com/ LinkedIn: - @butlerbernadette/ Twitter: - @storytapvideo Instagram: - @storytapvideo About Estelle Giraud: Estelle is a PhD scientist who has worked at the front line of emerging technologies in healthcare and genetics. She has always been passionate about improving human health and health data systems. It was while navigating her own pregnancy that she experienced frustrating gaps in her prenatal care as she was treated by different physicians. She co-founded Trellis Health, an all-in-one platform that leverages technology while restoring the sacred relationship between the physician and patient. Connect with Estelle: Instagram: @mytrellishealth/ Twitter: @mytrellishealth LinkedIn: @estelle-giraud/ Website: https://www.jointrellishealth.com/ About Susan Sly: Susan Sly is the Co-founder and Co-CEO of RadiusAI, a tech investor, best-selling author, keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and host of the highly acclaimed podcast – Raw and Real Entrepreneurship. Susan has appeared on CNN, CNBC, Fox, Lifetime Television, The CBN, The Morning Show in Australia and been quoted in MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance, Forbes, and more. She holds Certificates in Management and Leadership, Technology and Operations, and Strategy and Innovation from MIT. Susan is the author of 7 books. Her book project with NY Times Best Selling Author, Jack Canfield, made six Amazon Best Selling lists. Connect With Susan: Twitter @Susanslylive Twitter @rawandrealentr1 LinkedIn @susansly Facebook @susanslylive Website https://susansly.com/ Join the Insider's List: https://susansly.com/insider/