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Märkte am Morgen: Walmart, Home Depot, Bed Bath & Beyond, FuboTV, Uniper, Delivery Hero, HelloFresh, CropEnergies, Verbio, Volkswagen

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 13:20


Die Stimmung ist weiter gut am deutschen Aktienmarkt. Gestern knackte der DAX die Marke von 13.900 Punkten. Die Chancen, dass es heute weiter nach oben geht, stehen gut. Die Vorgaben aus Übersee sind größtenteils positiv.

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com
1970s Deja Vu All Over Again? With Mark Biller

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 25:19


Philosopher George Santayana is credited with saying, ​Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. Is that what we're experiencing now? It sure seems like we're seeing many of the same economic conditions as the 1970s. We'll talk about that with Mark Biller today. Mark Biller is the executive editor at Sound Mind Investing. Mark recently wrote an article for the latest SMI newsletter called 1970s Redux? about the similarities between now and the 1970s. So what are they? Here's a short list: - Soaring energy prices. - Relentlessly rising inflation. - Slowing economic growth. - A stock market coming off a long period of impressive gains, led by a group of seemingly invincible growth giants. Big picture, the last significant pivot from a low-inflation environment to a higher-inflation environment was in the late-1960s. So it's pretty natural that as today's investors are dealing with this first inflationary surge in many years, they're turning back to that late-60s/early-70s period to study the similarities. And as they do that, they're finding there are a number of things in common. What does that mean for investing? The big thing that immediately jumps out to any stock market historian when you start talking about the 1960s and 70s is that the stock market basically flattened out for 16 years. The Dow Jones index was still at the same level in 1982 as it had been in 1966. Investors actually lost purchasing power over those years. Suffice it to say then, it wasn't a great time to be a stock investor. The main point of the article wasn't to say we're for sure entering another period like that 1966-1982 period. Maybe we are, maybe we aren't. The main point was actually to alert readers that these long pauses in the market aren't as uncommon as you'd think. There's a chart in the article that shows the performance of the stock market going all the way back to 1930. The chart shows that over the last 90 years, the market moved through several distinct bull, bear, and sideways periods, and each was quite prolonged at times. Between the really big bull market advances, like we had from 1982-2000, and again from 2009-2021, there were these uncomfortably long periods where the stock market just flattened out. That's not to say there weren't significant bull and bear markets within those flat periods. The 1966-1982 period we're talking about had four separate bull markets and five bear markets. But at the end of all that, 16 years went by with the market ending at roughly the same level it started. The same thing happened between 2000 and 2010 we had two major bear markets of minus-50% each, but the total return for the decade was roughly flat. What effect do those periods have on investors? These secular bear markets, as these lengthy flat periods are sometimes called, are a scary proposition for investors to consider. Most investors today believe in buy-and-hold investing using index funds. Obviously seeing periods where the market flatlines for a decade or more isn't great for that approach. But as we just talked about, the reality is we've had three of these long, flat plateaus in the last 90 years, so we have to at least consider the possibility we could run into another one IF we're transitioning from a low-inflation environment to a higher-inflation environment. Thankfully, accepting the fact that these secular bear markets do come along from time to time doesn't necessarily mean we have to worry about them. Mark Biller says we need to consider, or factor in these bear markets. But how exactly do we do that? Biller says there are two key questions that are going to heavily influence how a person views these market plateaus. The first question is how long is your investing time frame? A 40-year-old investor should react differently than a 60-year-old investor to the prospect of a decade of flat market returns. It's clearly more of a threat for a retiree or near-retiree due to their shorter investing time horizons. But a decade of sideways markets is exactly what a younger worker should be hoping for because it's a tremendous opportunity to load up on shares at reasonable prices before the next big secular bull market arrives and pushes stock prices higher again. And really, even for those about to retire, a decade of flat returns may not be quite as dire as it seems, given that most retirement time frames usually extend at least 20 years into the future. It's not the best for those already in retirement, but they've at least had the benefit of a long recent bull market to prop up their nest egg values. The second question for living through an extended bear market is this: Are you simply indexing and needing the whole market to move higher for you to be successful, or does your investing approach allow for you to potentially still do well if some parts of the market are rising while the overall market is flat? That's a more active management approach, which has fallen out of favor in recent years. But if we are returning to more of a 70s-like environment, it may be time to dust off some of the approaches that were successful during that period. One of the more interesting parallels of the recent market to the early-70s is the way investors in both periods fell in love with the famous growth stocks of the day. Everyone today knows the FAANG stocks - today's tech darlings like Apple, Amazon, Google, and so on. Well, in the late-60s and early-70s a similar thing happened with the growth darlings of that era. They called them the Nifty 50 and they were often referred to as one decision stocks because the only decision was to buy, as investors never sold these. But by the end of the 1970s, most of the Nifty 50 stocks had lost 50% or more of their value and investors had moved on to favoring other stocks. It's not a random coincidence that both of these periods set up this way. When interest rates are low and money is cheap, high-flying growth stocks tend to outperform. But as inflation rises, interest rates typically go up, which tends to favor old economy companies that make physical stuff. So, will the current market repeat the 1970s pattern? Nobody knows the answer to that question right now. Again, a big part of the answer will likely be determined by how persistent inflation is. There are smart people arguing both sides of that question, but the reality is nobody knows how the inflation story will play out over the next several years. But there are some interesting possibilities to consider here, including some areas of the market like commodities and energy stocks that investors have basically ignored for the past decade while everyone piled into tech stocks. And again, even if the next decade does resemble the 70s, it won't last forever. Eventually, the flat period will end and we'll get another secular, long-term bull market. Younger investors in particular should be excited about the opportunity to accumulate shares during the flat years anticipating that eventually a new bull market will push those share prices higher. It's so hard to get our eyes off the day-to-day gyrations of the market. But when we pull back and look at these longer market cycles, it emphasizes to us why it's worth trying to preserve our capital during bear markets like we've had this year. If we can figure out how to keep it carefully growing during any long plateau seasons we run into, it puts us in a great position to profit whenever the next secular bull market begins. If any listeners want to see the chart we've been discussing or learn more about how SMI is approaching these challenges, the article is called 1970's Redux and it's available to read at Sound Mind Investing. On today's program, Rob also answers listener questions: ● When does it make sense to refinance your mortgage? ● What's the best thing for a person turning 90 to do with an annuity? Remember, you can call in to ask your questions most days at (800) 525-7000 or email them to Questions@MoneyWise.org. Also, visit our website at MoneyWise.org where you can connect with a MoneyWise Coach, join the MoneyWise Community, and even download the free MoneyWise app. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1085/29

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PepsiCo, Alphabet, SIGA Technologies, BioNTech, LVMH, Encavis, Linde, Siemens - Märkte am Morgen

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 14:02


Der DAX hat einen ordentlichen Start in die neue Handelswoche erwischt. Gestern schloss er über 13.800 Punkten. Dort dürfte er sich heute zunächst behaupten. Die Vorgaben aus Übersee sind positiv. Im Fokus steht weiter die Bilanzsaison.

Hot Bets - der Podcast über heiße Aktien
Trade der Woche: Short im DAX (PD1J6S) und Dow Jones (PF6T2S)

Hot Bets - der Podcast über heiße Aktien

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 4:14


Im Trade der Woche gehen wir auf die Short-Positionierungen im Trading-Depot von finanzen.net ein.

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Opening Bell: Walmart, Gilead, GEO Group, Disney, BHP, SIGA, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Waste Management

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 15:36


Zu Wochenbeginn kletterte der Dow Jones auf den höchsten Stand seit Mai. Gestern legte er um 0,5 Prozent zu. Schwache Konjunkturdaten aus China und den USA konnten die Stimmung nicht trüben.

Handelsblatt Today
Partystimmung an der Wall Street – neuer Bullenmarkt oder Bärenmarktrally?

Handelsblatt Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 27:15


Die US-Börsen verzeichnen seit Mitte Juni kräftige Kursgewinne. Doch es gibt auch mahnende Stimmen. Wall-Street-Experte Markus Koch ordnet die Lage ein. Egal ob Dow Jones, Nasdaq oder S&P 500 – alle großen US-Indizes sind zuletzt kräftig gestiegen. Doch wie kann man diese Entwicklung interpretieren? Stehen wir vor dem Beginn eines neuen Bullenmarktes oder ist das alles nicht mehr als ein Strohfeuer im Rahmen einer Bärenmarktrally? Fakt ist, dass die lange Zeit gebeutelten Tech-Werte die aktuelle Rally an der Wall Street maßgeblich antreiben. Der technologielastige Nasdaq legte in den vergangenen zwei Monaten um mehr als 20 Prozent zu. Star-Investor Michael Burry traut dem Höhenflug aber nicht und hat zuletzt fast alle seine Aktien verkauft. Warren Buffett hingegen hat die Schwächephase im ersten Halbjahr genutzt, um seinen Anteil an Apple weiter auszubauen. Wall-Street-Experte Markus Koch ordnet in der heutigen Folge von Handelsblatt Today die Lage ein. Er spricht mit Host Anis Mičijević darüber, welche Chancen sich nun für Anlegerinnen und Anleger ergeben und welche Risiken bei aller Euphorie nicht ausgeblendet werden sollten. *** Exklusives Angebot für Handelsblatt-Today-Hörer: Testen Sie Handelsblatt Premium 6 Wochen für 1 € und bleiben Sie immer informiert, was die Finanzmärkte bewegt. Mit etwas Glück können Sie zudem einen Kindle eReader gewinnen. Mehr Informationen unter: www.handelsblatt.com/sommer-special

FactSet Evening Market Recap
Evening Market Recap - Monday, 15-Aug

FactSet Evening Market Recap

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 5:22 Very Popular


US equities finished higher in very uneventful Monday trading, near session highs, with the Dow Jones, S&P500, and Nasdaq up 45 basis points, 40 basis points, and 62 basis points respectively. Airlines were among the best performers. Energy was the worst performer. Treasuries rallied with the curve steepening; 2Y/10Y spread holding just under -40 bp. Empire manufacturing index plunged to its lowest level since June 2020 while homebuilder sentiment fell into contraction for the first time since May 2020 in some of the first August data points. Disney was boosted by news Third Point has acquired a significant stake and is pushing for a spinoff of ESPN and integration of Hulu directly into Disney+. Elliott has reportedly taken a large stake in Cardinal Health. Gap got a boost from a report the company is exploring a spin-off of Athleta.

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Deutsche Telekom, Commerzbank, Encavis, HelloFresh, SMA Solar - Märkte am Morgen

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 10:15


Der deutsche Aktienmarkt hat gute Handelstage hinter sich. In der vergangenen Woche stieg der DAX kurzzeitig über 13.800 Punkte, konnte aber nicht darüber schließen. Heute könnte der nächste Anlauf erfolgen. Die Vorgaben von der Wall Street sind sehr gut.

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Opening Bell: Öl, Tesla, EVgo, Bed Bath & Beyond, Affirm, Trip.com, Baidu

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 16:14


US-Anleger setzten vor dem Wochenende darauf, dass der Höhepunkt der Inflation überwunden ist. Deshalb ging es für den Dow Jones um 1,3 Prozent nach oben. Der Nasdaq 100 gewann zwei Prozent hinzu. Und der S&Pverbuchte ein Plus von 1,7 Prozent.

Jeff Mendelson's One Big Tip Podcast
E257 - Looking to make it big in cryptocurrency investing? Look no further than the Crypto Flywheel framework | with Josh Rhodes

Jeff Mendelson's One Big Tip Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 26:03


Don't let fear of the unknown hold you back from achieving wealth beyond your dreams. Break down modern technology and daunting vocabulary, and start building your crypto portfolio today. Josh Rhodes, the founder of CryptoY'all, is a cryptocurrency investor educator. His mission is to get everyone comfortable with the new way to grow your portfolio and generate wealth using the crypto flywheel three-part framework. In today's episode of the One Big Tip podcast, Josh shares actionable tips so you can be comfortable investing in cryptocurrency to grow your portfolio. Josh Rhodes founded Cryptoy'all because he's on a mission to help everyone understand the new technology driving the crypto sector forward in the market. He debunks the daunting vocabulary associated with crypto investing and currency.Josh uses the crypto flywheel framework to educate his clients on the best way to acquire wealth with cryptocurrency. The flywheel framework consists of appreciation, leverage, and cash flow. Once you understand how to use the framework, you will have an actionable strategy to grow your wealth. The idea behind CryptoY'all stems from Josh's southern roots. Just like he would share a nice cold glass of lemonade with a neighbor, he wants to share the knowledge of how to grow your wealth with cryptocurrency. The first thing that he wants people to understand is that crypto is in its infancy stage and is volatile. On the flip side, it has the potential to be a unique asset class and be leverage for great wealth, just like real estate or gold. At the core of his investment strategy is what Josh calls the crypto flywheel. The flywheel has three parts to it. The first is cash flow. This means that crypto, like many other stocks on the Dow Jones, pays out dividends. Dividends are essentially cash in your pocket from your investment. The second part of the flywheel is appreciation. That's where you buy a cryptocurrency and hold it over the long term, as it increases in value. This generates more money than you can reinvest into your holdings, creating additional wealth. The third part of the flywheel is leverage. This means you take the value of your asset, your crypto portfolio, and you borrow against it to purchase another asset class to generate another income stream or cash flow. That is the formula for creating wealth. Many people make the mistake of increasing their lifestyle as their cash flow increases. That won't make you wealthy. Using your cash flow to purchase assets that generate more wealth is the strategy to create generational wealth. Listen to this episode of the One Big Tip podcast to debunk the mystery around cryptocurrency and learn how to leverage your investments to generate cash flow, acquire assets and create wealth.In this episode:[2:10] Josh shares his love of investing and how he came to start his businessLove what you choose to do Success is measured by how many people you influence and helpDon't be intimidated by things you don't know - take the time to learn about them[8:00] When investing in the stock market, think strategically Don't play the market the way you do the slot machines if you want to generate wealthBe informed about the marketCryptocurrency is its own asset class[16:00] Use the flywheel three-part strategy to grow wealthOnly purchase assets that pay dividendsLeverage your current assets to buy additional cashflow assets to grow your wealthInvest for the long term to take advantage of growth opportunities[18:52] Set appropriate investment goals that are realisticAn eleven-dollar-a-day return on your investment adds up over the course of a yearSometimes it's better to be cautious and play it safeNever invest moreSupport the show

Trader's Breakfast
Indizes stagnieren.

Trader's Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 6:05


In New York diskutierten die Investoren die Auswirkungen der jüngsten Preisdaten auf die Zinspolitik der US-Notenbank. Mit größeren Engagements hielten sie sich dabei zurück. Auch der DAX stagnierte. Der Brent Öl Preis liegt bei 100.01 $.Die japanischen Aktien legten bei der Wiederaufnahme des Handels zu, während die Aktien im asiatisch-pazifischen Raum am Freitag nach starken Kursgewinnen in der vorangegangenen Sitzung, als die Anleger den US-Inflationsbericht verdauten, überwiegend niedriger notierten.Vor dem Wochenende werden Zahlen zur Industrieproduktion in der Eurozone veröffentlicht.In den USA werden die Import- und Exportpreise und das Verbrauchervertrauen der Uni Michigan gemeldet.Geschäftszahlen kommen von Freenet, Jungheinrich, Nagarro und China Mobile.Die Futures bewegen sich gemischt. Der Dax ist 0,12 % im Minus. Der Dow Jones ist 0,1 % im Plus und der S&P 500 ist 0,14 % im Plus. Der technologielastige Nasdaq ist 0,22 % im Plus.Support the show

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Opening Bell: Alibaba, Pinduoduo, Apple, Disney, Rivian, Coupang, Shopify

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 14:07


Die Euphorie der US-Anleger nach der Vorlage der jüngsten Inflationsdaten ist schnell wieder verflogen. Der Nasdaq 100 ging gestern mit einem Minus von 0,65 Prozent aus dem Handel. Der Dow Jones schloss mit einem kleinen Plus von 0,1 Prozent.

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Märkte am Morgen: Walt Disney, SIGA Technologies, Pinduoduo, Deutsche Telekom, RWE, Siemens, BioNTech, Deutsche Bank, Nel

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 13:05


Viele Themen führen mitunter zu wenig Bewegung. Gestern legten zahlreiche Unternehmen Quartalszahlen vor. Der DAX kam trotzdem kaum vom Fleck. Auch heute ist wohl zunächst abwarten angesagt. Die Vorgaben aus Übersee sind durchwachsen.

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Opening Bell: Walt Disney, Six Flags, Netflix, Bumble, Sonos, Invitae, Warby Parker

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 10:53


Die US-Märkte reagierten gestern erfreut auf die Inflationsdaten für den Juli, da diese etwas geringer ausfielen als erwartet. So ging es für den Dow Jones im Anschluss um 1,6 Prozent aufwärts. Der Nasdaq 100 legte sogar 2,85 Prozent zu.

Trader's Breakfast
Inflation besser als erwartet.

Trader's Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 6:05


Dass die Aktienmärkte eine Inflationsrate von über acht Prozent feiern, darf durchaus als außergewöhnlich gelten. Zur Wochenmitte wurde diese scheinbare Paradoxie zur Realität. Der Brent Öl Preis liegt bei 97.81 $.Die asiatisch-pazifischen Märkte kletterten am Donnerstag, nachdem ein besser als erwartet ausgefallener Inflationsbericht in den USA die Aktienkurse in die Höhe schnellen ließ.Heute stehen in Europa keine wichtigen Wirtschaftsdaten an.In den USA werden neben den wöchentlichen Erstanträgen auf Arbeitslosenhilfe die Erzeugerpreise gemeldet.Geschäftszahlen kommen von Deutsche Telekom, RWE, Siemens, Bechtle, Cancom, Evotec, K+S, ProSiebenSat.1, ThyssenKrupp, Varta, GFT, Aareal Bank, Bilfinger, Ceconomy, CEWE Stiftung, Deutsche Beteiligungs AG, Deutz, Eckert & Ziegler, Grenke, Jost-Werke, New Work, Salzgitter, SMA Solar, Ströer, Zurich Insurance, Aegon undIllumina.Die Futures bewegen sich im grünen Bereich. Der Dax ist 0,43 % im Plus. Der Dow Jones ist 0,19 % im Plus und der S&P 500 ist 0,18 % im Plus. Der technologielastige Nasdaq ist 0,3 % im Plus.Support the show

FactSet Evening Market Recap
Evening Market Recap - Wednesday, 10-Aug

FactSet Evening Market Recap

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 6:53 Very Popular


US equities finished notably higher in Wednesday trading on the back of a cooler July inflation print; Dow Jones, S&P500 and the Nasdaq jumping 163 basis points, 213 basis points, and 289 basis points respectively. Treasuries were mostly stronger with the curve steepening (though the front end remained well above 3%). July CPI surprised to the downside on both headline and core measures, with the year-over-year increase dropping to 8.5% from June's 9.1% pace. Fed speakers continued to push back against hopes for a dovish policy pivot. Still some concern that the bear market bounce may be running out of steam, particularly given an earnings reset risk.

Trader's Breakfast
Börsen bewegen sich seitwärts vor den neuen Inflationsdaten.

Trader's Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 6:39


Wie zuvor schon in Europa, haben sich die US-Anleger vor den morgigen Preisdaten nicht mehr vorgewagt. Vor allem die zinssensitive Technologiebörse Nasdaq tendierte zur Schwäche. Der Brent Öl Preis liegt bei 96.62 $.Die Aktien im asiatisch-pazifischen Raum fielen am Mittwoch, da die Anleger die Inflationsdaten aus China verdauten und dem VPI-Bericht aus den USA entgegensahen.Zur Wochenmitte werden die deutschen Verbraucherpreise veröffentlicht. Nach vorläufigen Zahlen ist die Inflationsrate im Juli leicht auf 7,5% gesunken.In den USA stehen ebenfalls die Verbraucherpreise an. Erwartet wird ein Rückgang der Inflationsrate von 9,1 auf 8,7%. Außerdem werden die Lagerbestände im Großhandel gemeldet.Geschäftszahlen kommen von Brenntag, E.ON, Evonik, Gea, Sixt, Hamburger Hafen und Logistik. Indus, Jenoptik, Leoni, Metro, Norma Group, PNE, Secunet, Talanx, Vitesco, Wienerberger, ABN Amro, Ahold Delhaize und Walt Disney. Die Futures bewegen sich im roten Bereich. Der Dax ist 0,27 % im Minus. Der Dow Jones ist 0,07 % im Minus und der S&P 500 ist 0,12 % im Minus. Der technologielastige Nasdaq ist 0,2 % im Minus.Support the show

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Tesla, Micron, Evonik, E.ON, Airbus, Nel, Deutsche Telekom, T-Mobile US - Märkte am Morgen

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Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 15:41


Der deutsche Aktienmarkt muss in dieser Woche jede Menge Daten verarbeiten. Diverse Unternehmen legen ihre Quartalszahlen vor. Heute Nachmittag gibt es in den USA darüber hinaus die wichtigen Verbraucherpreise.

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung
Opening Bell: Disney, Coupang, Waste Management, Plug Power, SIGA Technologies

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 10:43


Für den Dow Jones ging es gestern moderat um knapp 0,2 Prozent nach unten. Deutlicher fiel das Minus beim S&Paus, der 0,4 Prozent abgab. Die rote Laterne ging mal wieder an den Nasdaq 100, welcher 1,2 Prozent im Minus schloss.

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast
Quick News Update: Inflation Report Surprise

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 2:31


We have a quick news update on today's inflation report. Investors have been waiting anxiously to see if inflation hit a peak in June and is now headed down, prompting the Fed to slow down on rate hikes. Well, we have good news. The report on the Consumer Price Index, or CPI, shows a bigger-than-expected decline in July. It shows that the annual rate of inflation dropped from 9.1% to 8.5%. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones had expected a reading of 8.7%.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.The decrease was mostly due to a big drop in gas prices. The report says the gasoline index was down 7.7% which offset a rise in food and housing costs. When you look at the broader category of energy, that was down 4.6% because of a drop in gasoline and natural gas prices, but the index for electricity was higher. (1)The core rate of inflation, which excludes food and fuel, remained the same as it was in June at 5.9%, but that was a better reading than economists had expected. Shelter accounts for about 40% of the core rate and that was up 5.7% on an annual basis.Economists and stock traders had been predicting another .75% rate hike in September to help control inflation. But as CNBC reports, they now believe there's a better chance for just a half point rate hike. (2) Louis Navellier said in his podcast that he believes it could be a 75 basis rate hike still, but that it will most likely be the last one because it's rare to see rate hikes before an election. If that's the case, he's expecting a big stock market rally after September 21st.The Chief Economist at Jeffries, Aneta Markowska, told CNBC: “Things are moving in the right direction. This is the most encouraging report we've had in quite some time.” She also agrees that it will take some pressure off Federal Reserve officials at their next meeting.You'll find a link to the full report in the show notes at newsforinvestors.com.Please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.bls.gov/news.release/cpi.nr0.htm2 -https://www.cnbc.com/2022/08/10/consumer-prices-rose-8point5percent-in-july-less-than-expected-as-inflation-pressures-ease-a-bit.html

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung
Öl, Nvidia, Fraport, Munich Re, Infineon, Sartorius, CEWE, Deutsche Post - Märkte am Morgen

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 14:40


Der Start in die neue Woche kann sich für den DAX sehen lassen. Gestern ging es um 113 Punkte nach oben. Die Vorgaben aus Übersee sind diesmal gemischt. An der Wall Street gab es wenig Bewegung. Für Aufsehen sorgt weiter die Bilanzsaison.

Trader's Breakfast
Zinsängste drücken die Börse

Trader's Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 6:26


So richtig Freude will an der Wall Street nicht mehr aufkommen, seit die Zeichen auf einen weiteren außergewöhnlichen Zinsschritt der US-Notenbank stehen. Kursgewinne wurden abverkauft. Der Brent Öl Preis liegt bei 96.10 $.Die Aktien im asiatisch-pazifischen Raum entwickelten sich am Dienstag an einem ruhigen Börsentag uneinheitlich, da die Märkte den hervorragenden US-Arbeitsmarktbericht der letzten Woche noch nicht verarbeitet haben.Heute sind in Europa erneut keine wichtigen Konjunkturdaten zu erwarten.In den USA werden Zahlen zur Arbeitsproduktivität und das Redbook gemeldet.Geschäftszahlen kommen von Continental, Münchener Rück, Fraport, Scout24, Heidelberger Druck, Wacker Neuson, Akamai, Sysco und Wynn Resorts. Die Futures bewegen sich gemischt. Der Dax ist 0,22 % im Minus. Der Dow Jones ist 0,2 % im Plus und der S&P 500 ist 0,25 % im Plus. Der technologielastige Nasdaq ist 0,25 % im Plus.Support the show

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Opening Bell: Novavax, Nvidia, Micron, Occidental, Ford, Enphase, Bed Bath & Beyond, AMC, Amazon

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 15:51


An der Wall Street kamen zum Wochenstart mal wieder Zinssorgen auf. So musste der Dow Jones seine anfänglichen Zugewinne wieder abgeben und schloss nur mit einem leichten Plus von 0,1 Prozent. Der Nasdaq verlor 0,4 Prozent.

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung
Märkte am Morgen: DAX freundlich erwartet - Bitcoin, Zalando, RWE, Siemens Energy in der Analyse

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 10:56


Der deutsche Aktienmarkt hat eine gute Woche hinter sich. Der DAX legte unter dem Strich gut zwei Prozent zu. Heute deutet sich eine Eröffnung über der Marke von 13.600 Punkten an - und das trotz durchwachsener Vorgaben aus Übersee.

CommSec
Morning Report 8 Aug 22: US sharemarkets were mixed on Friday

CommSec

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 5:01


Technology stocks fell after the strong jobs reported suggested that the aggressive rate hiking campaign by the Federal Reserve will continue. Shares in Tesla fell 6.6%. Shares in Lyft surged almost 17% after the ride-hailing firm posted record quarterly earnings and raised profit targets. The Dow Jones index rose by 77 points or 0.2%. The S&P 500 index fell by 0.2% and the Nasdaq index fell by 63 points or 0.5%. Over the week the Dow fell 0.1%; the S&P 500 rose 0.4%; and the Nasdaq gained 2.2%. Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFLS 238814 (CommSec) is a wholly but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia  ABN 48 12 12 124 AFSL: 234945 (the Bank) and a  Market Participant of the ASX Limited and Cboe Australia Pty Limited, a Clearing Participant of ASX Clear Pty Limited and a Settlement Participant of ASX Settlement Pty Limited. Any advice contained in this broadcast is general advice only. As the information in this  broadcast has not been prepared with reference to your objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and seek appropriate professional advice. CommSec, the Bank, and their related entities do not accept any liability arising out of or in relation to reliance on the information in this broadcast. We believe that the information in this broadcast is correct as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. This report is under copyright to CommSec and the Bank and may not be used without their prior consent.

CommSec
Morning Report 5 Aug 22: US sharemarkets were mixed on Thursday

CommSec

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 5:42


The energy sector fell 3.6% in response to a lower oil price. Banks fell 1.2% but technology shares rose with Advanced Micro Devices up 5.9% and Amazon up 2.2%. The Dow Jones index fell by 86 points or 0.3%. The S&P 500 index fell by 0.1% and the Nasdaq index lifted by 52 points or 0.4% Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFLS 238814 (CommSec) is a wholly but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia  ABN 48 12 12 124 AFSL: 234945 (the Bank) and a  Market Participant of the ASX Limited and Cboe Australia Pty Limited, a Clearing Participant of ASX Clear Pty Limited and a Settlement Participant of ASX Settlement Pty Limited. Any advice contained in this broadcast is general advice only. As the information in this  broadcast has not been prepared with reference to your objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and seek appropriate professional advice. CommSec, the Bank, and their related entities do not accept any liability arising out of or in relation to reliance on the information in this broadcast. We believe that the information in this broadcast is correct as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. This report is under copyright to CommSec and the Bank and may not be used without their prior consent.

FactSet Evening Market Recap
Evening Market Recap - Wednesday, 3-August

FactSet Evening Market Recap

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 6:15


US equities were higher in Wednesday trading, ending just off best levels; Dow Jones +129 basis points, the S&P500 +156 basis points, and the Nasdaq +259 basis points, with the latter finishing at the highest level since May 4th, and the S&P 500 since June 2nd. Treasuries were mostly firmer with the curve flattening after an outsized backup in yields in yesterday's session. The Dollar index up.10 basis points with the best performance coming against the yen. Gold finished down 70 basis points, while Bitcoin futures were up 2.4%. WTI crude settled down 4.0%, near the worst levels. July ISM services surprised to the upside following a contraction in Markit's US services PMI, while the price index fell for a third consecutive month. Fed speak pushing back against a potential pivot the major theme of the day.

CommSec
Morning Report 4 Aug 22: US sharemarkets rose on Wednesday

CommSec

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 5:58


Investors were encouraged by a gain in the ISM services index and a lift in factory orders. And there were strong profit forecasts from PayPal and CVS Health. Shares in PayPal rose by 9.3% and CVS Health rose 6.4%. Shares in Regeneron Pharmaceuticals (+5.9%) and Starbucks (+4.3%) also rose after earnings reports. And shares in Moderna rose 16% after announcing a share buyback plan. The Dow Jones index rose by 416 points or 1.3%. The S&P 500 index rose by 1.6% and the Nasdaq index lifted by 319 points or 2.6%. Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFLS 238814 (CommSec) is a wholly but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 12 12 124 AFSL: 234945 (the Bank) and a Market Participant of the ASX Limited and Cboe Australia Pty Limited, a Clearing Participant of ASX Clear Pty Limited and a Settlement Participant of ASX Settlement Pty Limited. Any advice contained in this broadcast is general advice only. As the information in this broadcast has not been prepared with reference to your objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and seek appropriate professional advice. CommSec, the Bank, and their related entities do not accept any liability arising out of or in relation to reliance on the information in this broadcast. We believe that the information in this broadcast is correct as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. This report is under copyright to CommSec and the Bank and may not be used without their prior consent.

Business Standard Podcast
Will the market up move sustain in August?

Business Standard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 3:28


The Sensex and Nifty benchmark indices rose 9% each in July as investors moved past concerns of inflation amid resilient corporate earnings and supportive global cues. The respite followed a recovery in the US, where the frontline Dow Jones, S&P500 and Nasdaq indices advanced 7-12% in July, registering their biggest monthly gains since 2020.   VK Vijayakumar, chief investment strategist at Geojit Financial Services attributes the rebound back home to foreign investors, which turned net buyers last month after nine months of relentless selling. FIIs bought around Rs 5,000 crore of shares in July, in a sharp divergence from net outflows of Rs 50,000 crore in June. Further aiding the sentiment has been the consistent fall in crude oil prices, which are now 16% down to around $103 a barrel from the year's high of $123 a barrel.  This, as per analysts, could be a key trigger for recovery in global as well as domestic markets. G Chokkalingam, founder and chief investment officer at Equinomics Research, says “US Fed balance-sheet reduction plan and oil price would remain the key risk factors in the short-term. We believe that the domestic markets may rise further for a couple of weeks amid volatility and intermittent corrections”. Moreover, the recent contraction in US GDP for the second straight quarter has heightened fears of a recession in the developed markets. G Chokkalingam believes that India would be a major gainer of any possible mild recession across the world as oil prices can fall steeper in such a possible scenario, thus arresting rising inflation. That said, technical charts also indicate near-term bullishness for the markets… Avdhut Bagkar of Business Standard indicates Sensex, Nifty above 200-DMA; initiates bullishness. Now need to sustain above 20-DMA. Sensex can rise to 62,000 levels; Nifty can hit the 19,000 mark. Today, Adani Green, Bank of India, Deepak Nitrate, Godrej Properties, Siemens, Lemon Tree and Voltas will be on investors' radar ahead of their June quarter results. The Street will also react to the earnings of Zomato, ITC and UPL. 

CommSec
Morning Report 3 Aug 22: US sharemarkets fell on Tuesday

CommSec

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 6:51


The US House of Representatives speaker Nancy Pelosi visited Taiwan, creating tensions between the US and China and weighing generally on investor sentiment. However the tensions provided support for defence companies. Shares in Caterpillar fell 5.8% after warning of a bigger drop in demand for its excavators in China. Shares in Uber Technologies jumped 18.9% after the ride-hailing firm reported positive quarterly cash flow for the first time ever and forecast upbeat third-quarter operating profit. The Dow Jones index fell by 402 points or 1.2%. The S&P 500 index lost 0.7% and the Nasdaq index fell by 20 points or 0.2%. Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFLS 238814 (CommSec) is a wholly but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia  ABN 48 12 12 124 AFSL: 234945 (the Bank) and a  Market Participant of the ASX Limited and Cboe Australia Pty Limited, a Clearing Participant of ASX Clear Pty Limited and a Settlement Participant of ASX Settlement Pty Limited. Any advice contained in this broadcast is general advice only. As the information in this  broadcast has not been prepared with reference to your objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and seek appropriate professional advice. CommSec, the Bank, and their related entities do not accept any liability arising out of or in relation to reliance on the information in this broadcast. We believe that the information in this broadcast is correct as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. This report is under copyright to CommSec and the Bank and may not be used without their prior consent.

Cafe on a Budget
#122: De $0 a $1,000,000…AUTOMATICO

Cafe on a Budget

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 57:42


Muchas personas ven la meta de tener $1,000,000 como algo inalcanzable o solamente posible ganando la lotería. Pero la realidad es que cualquier persona tiene la habilidad y el poder de acumular millones de dólares.Y mejor aún, esto puede lograrse de manera AUTOMÁTICA. Ahora, para lograrlo tienes que enfocarte en tus metas y hacerte las preguntas correctas.Así que te pregunto, ¿Estás ready para comenzar a vivir una vida rica y abundante?Si la respuesta es si, entonces dale Play a este episodio.Baja la guía para el saldo de deudas, disponible en www.cafeonabudget.com/deudas Toma el Money Quiz y averigua tu arquetipo mas activo en tu relación con el dinero: https://quiz.suhaillymatos.com/ Adquiere Money Mindflow, nuestro curso digital de Cafe on a Budget porque la Libertad financiera va más allá de dólares y centavos, adquiérelo aquí hoy! https://www.cafeonabudget.com/moneymindflow

CommSec
Morning Report 2 Aug 22: US sharemarkets fell on Monday

CommSec

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 5:10


Economic data was generally softer. But shares in Boeing rose 6.1% after Reuters reported the US aviation regulator approved the plane-maker's inspection and modification plan to resume deliveries of 787 Dreamliners. The energy sector fell 2.2% in response to a lower oil price. Shares in Exxon Mobil fell by 2.5%. The Dow Jones index fell by 47 points or 0.1%. The S&P 500 index lost 0.3% and the Nasdaq index fell by 22 points or 0.2%. Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFLS 238814 (CommSec) is a wholly but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia  ABN 48 12 12 124 AFSL: 234945 (the Bank) and a  Market Participant of the ASX Limited and Cboe Australia Pty Limited, a Clearing Participant of ASX Clear Pty Limited and a Settlement Participant of ASX Settlement Pty Limited. Any advice contained in this broadcast is general advice only. As the information in this  broadcast has not been prepared with reference to your objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and seek appropriate professional advice. CommSec, the Bank, and their related entities do not accept any liability arising out of or in relation to reliance on the information in this broadcast. We believe that the information in this broadcast is correct as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. This report is under copyright to CommSec and the Bank and may not be used without their prior consent.

CommSec
Morning Report 1 Aug 22: US sharemarkets rose on Friday

CommSec

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 5:05


Shares in Apple rose 3.3% with Amazon up 10.4%, Chevron up 8.9% and Exxon up 4.6%. The Dow Jones index rose by 315.5 points or 1.0%. The S&P 500 index added 1.4% and the Nasdaq index lifted by 228 points or 1.9%. Over the week the Dow rose 3%; the S&P 500 lifted 4.3%; and the Nasdaq gained 4.7%. Over the month the Dow rose 6.7%; the S&P 500 rose 9.1%; and the Nasdaq rose by 12.3%. Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFLS 238814 (CommSec) is a wholly but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia  ABN 48 12 12 124 AFSL: 234945 (the Bank) and a  Market Participant of the ASX Limited and Cboe Australia Pty Limited, a Clearing Participant of ASX Clear Pty Limited and a Settlement Participant of ASX Settlement Pty Limited. Any advice contained in this broadcast is general advice only. As the information in this  broadcast has not been prepared with reference to your objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and seek appropriate professional advice. CommSec, the Bank, and their related entities do not accept any liability arising out of or in relation to reliance on the information in this broadcast. We believe that the information in this broadcast is correct as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. This report is under copyright to CommSec and the Bank and may not be used without their prior consent.

Out & About
We're Gonna Be Rich ft. Mrs. Dow Jones

Out & About

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 28:35 Very Popular


Financial Pop star Mrs. Dow Jones joins the program to whip the boys into financial shape and break down their spending habits on this week's mini episode. She also discusses her friendship with Trish and gives advice to Nana on how to handle him. That plus a step-by-step guide on how to start investing your money. Ma'am Mafia WE'RE GONNA BE RICH!! Watch on YouTube!

CommSec
Morning Report 29 Jul 22: US sharemarkets climbed on Thursday

CommSec

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 5:48


Data showed a second straight quarterly contraction of the economy raised hopes of less aggressive interest rate hikes ahead. Shares in Meta Platforms (owner of Facebook and Instagram) fell by 5.2% after reporting its first drop in quarterly revenue. The Dow Jones index rose by 332 points or 1.0%. The S&P 500 index added 1.2% and the Nasdaq index lifted by 130 points or 1.1%. Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFLS 238814 (CommSec) is a wholly but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia  ABN 48 12 12 124 AFSL: 234945 (the Bank) and a  Market Participant of the ASX Limited and Cboe Australia Pty Limited, a Clearing Participant of ASX Clear Pty Limited and a Settlement Participant of ASX Settlement Pty Limited. Any advice contained in this broadcast is general advice only. As the information in this  broadcast has not been prepared with reference to your objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and seek appropriate professional advice. CommSec, the Bank, and their related entities do not accept any liability arising out of or in relation to reliance on the information in this broadcast. We believe that the information in this broadcast is correct as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. This report is under copyright to CommSec and the Bank and may not be used without their prior consent.

FactSet Evening Market Recap
Evening Market Recap - Wednesday, 27-July

FactSet Evening Market Recap

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 6:49


U.S. equities finished higher in Wednesday trading; Dow Jones +1.37%, S&P500 +2.62 % and Nasdaq +4.06%. Treasuries were mostly higher with the curve steepening. The Dollar was weaker on the major crosses, particularly against the euro and sterling. Gold finished up 10 basis points. Bitcoin futures were up 9.1%, back above $22K. WTI crude settled up 3.1% near best levels after losing nearly 2% in the prior session. Highlights of the day included big tech driving an early rally, with some upward revisions to GDP estimates after better-than-expected Durable Orders, and the afternoon seeing the Fed raising 75bp and additional commentary fueling gains into the close.

CommSec
Morning Report 28 Jul 22: US sharemarkets climbed on Wednesday

CommSec

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 5:13


US Fed Chair Jerome Powell said the central bank will slow the pace of interest rate hikes at some point, while adding that officials would refrain from offering "clear guidance" on the size of their next move. The Nasdaq index soared after Google parent Alphabet (+7.7%), Microsoft (+6.7%) and Texas Instruments (+6.7%) all posted solid earnings results. The Dow Jones index rose by 436 points or 1.4%. The S&P 500 index added 2.6% and the Nasdaq index lifted by 470 points or 4.1%.  Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399 AFLS 238814 (CommSec) is a wholly but non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia  ABN 48 12 12 124 AFSL: 234945 (the Bank) and a  Market Participant of the ASX Limited and Cboe Australia Pty Limited, a Clearing Participant of ASX Clear Pty Limited and a Settlement Participant of ASX Settlement Pty Limited. Any advice contained in this broadcast is general advice only. As the information in this  broadcast has not been prepared with reference to your objectives, financial or taxation situation or needs, you should, before acting on it, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and seek appropriate professional advice. CommSec, the Bank, and their related entities do not accept any liability arising out of or in relation to reliance on the information in this broadcast. We believe that the information in this broadcast is correct as at the time of its compilation, but no warranty is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. This report is under copyright to CommSec and the Bank and may not be used without their prior consent.