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A surprise rate cut by the People's Bank of China boosted equity futures early Friday, and stocks did open higher. But any optimism the Federal Reserve would follow the PBoC's dovish example and not “hike until it hurts” faded before noon. "They are going to break inflation,” says Jim Bianco, “and if they break you along the way, so be it." The S&P 500 slipped into official “bear market” territory, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average is on track for its eighth consecutive down week, the longest such streak since 1923. Bianco, President of Bianco Research, joins Real Vision's Ash Bennington to talk about the implications of a hawkish Fed and the possibility of a global recession. And we hear from Dario Perkins about the “tangible” opportunity that may follow this period of slowing growth. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3wvTE24. Watch the full conversation between Dario Perkins and Raoul Pal here: https://rvtv.io/3wyGYYf. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today, we welcome Zach Roesinger, a commercial real estate broker, syndicator, and CEO of CRE Pro Course. Zach is also involved in a lot of obscure deals which he discusses in this episode. With all of these things on his plate, he's able to make it work by building scalable systems and delegating effectively. He also shares the value of actively going out, taking whatever opportunity is out there, and putting yourself in front of people. Zach specializes in Opportunity Zone real estate acquisition, entitlement, and zoning, as well as construction management of new build projects. Specializing in 1031-Exchange consulting and third-party capital placement in QSRs (Quick Service Restaurant) and franchised businesses by providing risk-adjusted returns to investors. He has traveled to over 100 countries and worked on 5 continents for companies like LVMH, Newmark Knight, Cloudera, and Montegra Capital. As a sales leader for Trulia and Zillow, Zach “cut his teeth” outbound cold calling [ >250 calls/day] closing large deals with some of the largest brokerages and real estate teams in the US. A polyglot (fluent in Spanish and Portuguese), Zach has built sales teams that leveraged automation and proven sales techniques, teaching Heavy Hitters to focus their efforts on out-of-the-box solutions to complex commercial real estate deals to provide their customers and clients with unparalleled sales experiences. [00:01 - 10:01] What Keeps You Going? Zach shares his background, CRE Pro Course, and his other ventures How he's able to focus on his multiple businesses Identifying tasks that you're uniquely skilled to do Standardizing procedures Having the right people in the right places Why Zach prefers to personally go out and do listings Picking up new properties and projects Meeting and talking to people, especially the workers onsite The way that you advertise is by doing a good job [10:02 - 19:55] Be The Master of Your Domain Zach discusses his racetrack business and targeting buyers for nuanced properties Exemplifying that you are the expert in the space Make it easy for your clients and contact to complete the task you want them to do Eliminate steps Zach's recommended app [19:56 - 21:55] Closing Segment Reach out to Zach! Avoid pitch slapping Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “Put the right people in the right places, and make sure that they're happy and well-compensated for doing what they do, and that they're held to the certain standard that you know, a winning team is going to be held at.” - Zach Roesinger “It's really just going to be what is exciting and appealing to you, and what keeps you keeps you going and gets you going every day.” - Zach Roesinger “One of the most fun parts about brokerage and actually selling something is going out, hanging out with the dudes with the welders that are just in overalls. Those are the best people to actually get some insight from.” - Zach Roesinger ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Zach! Follow him on LinkedIn. Visit the CRE Pro Course website if you want to know more about the work they do. Check out his podcast, Coffee with CRE Closers. Connect with me: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → firstname.lastname@example.org Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: Zach Roesinger 00:00If you had considered selling your racetrack, but you had never told anybody about it, but you didn't want to be the guy out there waving his hand saying, Oh, I'm selling my racetrack. I'm selling my, if you want somebody else to be out there marketing it for you, it just brings a prestige to your market. It allows somebody else to actively go out and get those while you run your race track, and it creates this buffer. Intro 00:23 Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big. Sam Wilson 00:33 Zach Roesinger is a commercial real estate broker. He's the CEO of creprocourse.com. And also a real estate syndicator. Zach, welcome to the show. Zach Roesinger 00:43 Sam, good to be here. My man very much appreciative of you and thanks for having me on. Sam Wilson 00:48 Absolutely, pleasure's mine. Three questions I ask every guest who come to the show. In 90 seconds or less, where did you start? Where are you now? How'd you get there? Zach Roesinger 00:55 Great questions. I'll start now. Clock go. I came from Denver, Colorado. My father is a real estate broker did land and big deals throughout my childhood. So I was brought into commercial real estate early, understand the cyclical flow of it, and how some days can be really great and other days can't. You have to come back to your family every day with a positive smile on your face when things are great, when things are not. I've traveled to over 100 countries around the world. Live now in Austin, Texas. And as you mentioned, I am the CEO of CRE Pro Course and CRE PRro Course is an online course that allows or teaches new agents who have yet to close their first deal to get their first listing and the first closing in the first six months so that they can bridge that gap and between coming over from residential real estate maybe or, or they're getting into it from another field altogether. So sometimes it's hard to get into commercial real estate because the closing time for your first closing is so long, most people can't last that long. But we teach you how to do it in your first six months. Some people do it in two months. So I also work in syndication, and I work in brokerage as well. So I sell warehouses, very obscure things a race track I have on a car dealership, a recycling center. So I really liked the obscure deals, and I'm always looking for more. So Sam, let's get together and do a deal soon, man. Sam Wilson 02:14 Sounds like a winner, man. That's a lot of fun. And also a lot of different moving parts. How do you choose which one to focus on? Zach Roesinger 02:22 Great question. It's funny because I have employees, and I work for people in each of these companies. And they say, you know, it's just mind blowing, Zach, I can barely keep one job straight, you know, throwing all the balls in the air and keep throwing them up. And it's just time attention to a particular task and importance, right? I attach a beta to every task that I'm doing. Is it really important? Do I need to do it now? And can somebody else help me do this? So as we talk about a scaling real estate venture, it's really important to be able to identify those tasks which you're uniquely skilled to do. that your company relies on you for and then make sure that you can, that you could probably do most tasks in your company, Sam, it's really helpful to be able to standardize those tasks, and then create a procedure around them and then have somebody who's maybe better apt to doing them actually follow through with it. So a good example is real estate flyers, right? When we get a new listing, you and I could probably sit down to InDesign or Paint program and come up with a really good-looking flyer, but is that the best use of six hours of our time? For me, it's probably not there are other people, my team that are really good at it. But they need to know what goes on there. Because they're really good at design, but they're not in the day to day, right, they don't understand the intrinsic value behind what I'm trying to sell in the commercial property. So it's really important to be able to scale out a business. And the way you do that is by standardizing, creating procedures, and then replicating yourself and really focusing on the things that you're good at. And more so on my teams. I know that there's some like I call them whale hunters, right? Some of the brokers that work for me, they are really, really good at closing deals opening, they're really good at relationship management. They're terrible at paperwork. So I don't want them doing paperwork, it's a bad use of their time, it's bad use of our resources. There are people on our team that are really good at it, right, you know, they're wizards at CoStar, they're wizards at Crexi, they can draft again, they can draft a flyer that makes just like, it's mind-blowing. But for them to do that, we have to have people going out, we have to have team members going out and actually getting the business without the whale hunters out there finding new deals, there's nothing for the rest of the team to do. So it's my goal as a manager or as a teammate, or anywhere in the organization is to put the right people in the right places, and make sure that they're happy doing and well-compensated for doing what they do, and that they're held to the certain standard that you know, a winning team is going to be held at. And if there's a breakdown, if there's an issue, if there's a bottleneck, we as managers, Sam, it's really important to be able to identify those and clear the bottleneck. So a lot of my time is spent addressing what works, what doesn't and how to standardize and scale those things which do work. Sam Wilson 05:05 What about your current mix of of businesses, keeps you going out and still actively doing listings? It seems like that would be one of those things. As you're talking that you would say, Hey, wait, just from an efficiency standpoint. If you have a team of brokers, you guys take this you guys go list it. Why are you still involved in that side of it? Zach Roesinger 05:22 I was asked my father this same thing to why does he not become a director or sales manager. I just think it's a really fun, I can be a little bit more selective on what I take now. But I tell all of our newer guys like take whatever is out there. Somebody that you used to go to college with, we run into them at a restaurant, they say, oh, yeah, I own this restaurant, thinking about selling it great. Let's figure out how to, you know, get you in the door and show you how to list that. Now if you decide you don't like restaurants listing restaurants, well, then we'll try it one time. If you don't like it, we'll move on to something else. But always be willing to say yes, in fact, earn the right to say no. And I know that Steve Jobs and there's others that say Warren Buffett that it's more important, the things you say no to than those that you say yes. However, when you're first starting out, I mean, you want to try, this really pertains to listing, I have oftentimes a listing agent or a newer agent that says, Well, you know, if I can't sell it, what happens? And I said, Well, okay, then you spent some time learning about a new field of study, you practice something new, you met a new potential client who is going to exude your praises, because the property didn't sell that's part of your fault. But also there's a lot of other factors that are out there. And I was referencing before the economy right or just you know, the hot topic of the hour. Here in Austin, we're starting to see a lot of resurgence back to an altered office. So and I say that by I come from Denver, Colorado, and I worked on this project called The Taxi Project, which is taking old warehouses and refurbishing them making them cool offices. Well, I just saw yesterday that I'm now big on TikTok, I'm @cre_pro_network on TikTok. When I saw on TikTok, this guy was highlighting an office building or a new office I called them warehouse, I think warehouse office buildings that were going for top dollar. And I think that that's going to be one of those things where historically, it has been a office building, everybody gets in an elevator and goes up. And now people are saying, you know, I kind of want a hybrid office. These cool, chic new buildings are pretty cool. So to answer your question, it's really just going to be what is exciting and appealing to you. And what keeps you keeps you going and gets you going every day. For me, it's not repetition. And it's not necessarily the money I don't really like when it becomes repetitive. You could sell the same, you know, warehouse over and over again. But is that really that exciting? So picking up new properties, picking up new projects, meeting new clients, one of the most fun part about brokerage and actually selling something is going out hanging out with the dudes with the welders that are just in overalls. And I'm an Italian leather suit. And they're there's this guy over here and I'm like No guys, like I really want to know, what do you, tell me more about this property, tell me more about what you like, and what you don't like, and what you would change. And so there's sometimes that's like those are the best people to actually get some insight from are people that are working and living there every day, not just the expenses and the NOI and the cap rate of it, but actually saying, Hey, I don't know if you know, to a new, let's just say a prospective buyer. I don't know if you saw this over here. But this is a unique feature that you won't find anywhere else. And I wouldn't have noticed it unless I talked to the guys who were on the shop floor. So that's what I really liked about brokerage is actually meeting and talking to people, getting outside of the spreadsheets and delivering, delivering value above and beyond. And I know it's cliche to say but that's how our business I think really scales out is that the way that you advertise is by doing a good job. If you're in residential real estate, you have a big billboard or you know you're on the side of a bus or something like that. But in commercial real estate it's completely reputation when somebody goes to sell their recycling facility and they're like, I don't know anybody in commercial real estate in their their country club or their you know the baseball game and they say oh yeah, Zach Roesinger, I know that guy. He sells just about everything and he was really good. Ge got us top dollar or he did a great job marketing. So all of the above and it feeds into itself Sam I would say that it's just much like your businesses that as I do CRE Pro Course and I have had a chance to launch our television show and we have Coffee with CRE Closers, my clients and some of my best clients today actually were guests on my show just much like this. I had them come on, talk about what they did they got to ask questions about commercial real estate. People gave me social proof by being the, you know, leading this TV show and so when they went to go sell their building, they said you know there's only one guy I can think of the guy keep seeing on YouTube and you know Facebook Live and LinkedIn live, that Zach guy. He sells real estate so they cross pollinate. Sam Wilson 09:57 Man, love it. I love it. A lot of moving pieces there. Let's talk about these nuanced properties. How are, I mean it's one thing to find okay, you know, I'm beat on multifamily quite a bit because I'm kind of bored with it, to be honest, talking about getting bored, but it's like ever. You could find a million buyers for multifamily. I mean, you could be the worst broker in the world. Nothing you could move a multifamily property right now. I think it's a lot easier to move something such as a multifamily property. I'm presuming here. Over something much more nuanced, like a race track? Zach Roesinger 10:30 Absolutely. Sam Wilson 10:31 How in the world are you even finding are targeting the right buyers? Because not like, it's not like people are just hanging out on on LoopNet or Crexi. What are you... Zach Roesinger 10:41 Well, I often think the same thing. And then I think to myself, well, it's a niche product, right? It's much easier, I believe, than selling a multifamily property, because there are only so many ferrous and non ferrous metal reproducers in this planet, and they all know where my client is located, like they do business with this person. And so it makes it very easy that no one's going to get out of a completely different business and just try their hand at a $25 million operation. No, no, they do it right now they're just looking to expand their operations. Yes, identifying the right one, that's a little bit more difficult. And because of that, we enter into a pretty ironclad agreement with the seller, because oftentimes, I say this sort of ingest, but a lot of our job in brokerage, I believe is to come in as a third party and well market a property which you may have thought was for sale or not. But I'm the one who validates that. So if you had considered selling your race track, but you had never told anybody about it, but you didn't want to be the guy out there, waving his hand saying, Oh, I'm selling my racetrack, I'm selling my, if you want somebody else to be out there marketing it for you, it just brings a prestige to your market, it allows somebody else to actively go out and get those while you run your race track. And it creates this buffer. So if you didn't want to sell to somebody, for example, you don't have to address them directly. Because I'm sure in the race track world, for example, it's pretty small, you're going to see that person again at the next race track owner meet up or whatever. So that's what's the great part about having a broker. And I think the other part of it is that as the marketing, I really think that for us, and in order to scale, it's always been an issue with, you know, you don't just stick a sign in the yard anymore when you're trying to sell commercial real estate, you actually have to be pretty dialed in in terms of the ability to replicate and scale. And I think that's much a testament to your show here, Sam, and I come out of commercial or I come out of computer and software sales. And those guys really have it dialed in. I moved from Brazil, up here to Austin to go through an IPO with a company called Cloudera. And the company's they've taken a billion dollars in investment at that point, a company that has a billion dollars in their only objective is to get on as many companies, fortune 500 companies as possible. They're going to spend whatever it takes in terms of software and scaling and, and replication and automation, in order to make sure that their salespeople are utilizing their time the best so that they get the most orders so they get the highest stock price when they do go public. So I just take a page out of the book from the software salespeople in that you want to be, just like you're doing here, Sam, which is a one-to-many approach, allowing people to engage with you when they're ready. But exemplifying that you are a master of your domain or what you're trying to put out there into the world to say, here's who Zach Roesinger is, here's who Sam Wilson is. And if you want to do one of these things, if you want to buy or sell a race track, I know the guy but I'm not calling the people that are selling and buying racetracks. They're calling me because I've talked about it or because somebody said, Hey, do you think this thing is ever gonna go up for sale, or maybe I just got it out there with my marketing team to some degree, and somebody says, Oh, I saw this on Facebook the other day, or I saw this on a Google ad the other day, or I saw a video on this the other day, we may want to buy this asset or we may want to talk to the guy who's trying to sell it. And there's only one of me out there. So I think that's a lot of what it required which is the one-to-many philosophy and then allow people to engage with you but make it very, very easy. I want to highlight one of these things that are might be embarrassing you but you do the same thing on your podcast as I do on mine, which is make it really really easy for your guests, make it really, really easy for your clients and your contacts to complete the task that your objective or your goal is. And I reminded of that this morning when somebody asked me can you write a recommendation for me on LinkedIn because I'm trying to get a job at this brokerage and I said I would love to. I first of all don't have the bandwidth to think that hard through it and look through like what you've been doing over the last few years but I liked you and I'll do it for you, make it really easy for me. Tell me who it is, provide me an email of what that looks like and what you would like me to do. I am more than happy to. I'll edit it. I wouldn't say anything that I don't mean. But it's going to be the same, it's going to be, hey, this guy, Johnny is a great guy, have a conversation with him, Bobby, if it works out great. And if it doesn't, that, you know, it's just another connection for you, but do it as a favor to me, right. And the only way that you know he's going to get that meeting maybe is if I write that letter, but I'm not going to remember to do that after the 97 things that I have to do. So make it really easy for somebody. The same thing on on an email, make it a clickable link, right? If I put up six listings on Friday, and I created or I had my marketing team create six different bullets, six different web pages with six different information sheets on it, so that if I had to give it to somebody, or if I had to give it to, you know, send it out to a few brokers I thought might be interested, I could just send them this, they could click on it, it has a way a call to action at the bottom, makes it really, really easy. But don't make somebody work harder than they need to because they won't, right. Sam Wilson 15:56 That's absolutely spot on. That goes for reviews, LinkedIn recommendations, man, and everybody asked me for something like that I say you write it, send it to me, I'll make my tweaks. I will, it'll come, it'll be from Sam Wilson, but you're gonna write it and I'm gonna just edit a few little words here and there, make it authentic. Because again, as you said, I'm not gonna say anything. I don't mean, and I'll delete it if I don't mean it. But make it easy for me. And that goes for listings, that goes for onboarding clients in you know, investors, I'm dealing with a thing today. And I'm like, Oh, wait, that link is gonna take them here. And then they got to know we're not doing three steps. This is one step. One step, give me your money. Zach Roesinger 16:31 I believe it's Occam's razor as well, right? Make the path of least resistance, the most apt choice and why I say that is at the end of Coffee with CRE Closers, my podcast, I say how can people get in touch with you, but I pre warn them and say, hey, look, have something loaded up. But make sure it's not temporary, right? Don't give me your Clubhouse username, or whatever it is, you know, like, it's something that might not last the test of time, or may not even last as long as this you know, as this podcast or my podcast or whatever. But do something that like is where you're heavily followed. So if it's LinkedIn is where you do a lot of business, but you're trying to grow your TikTok, and I'm speaking personally, because I'm trying to do this right now. I'm big on LinkedIn live, but I'm really small on TikTok live. Yeah, so I tempt myself to say, oh, I can build my audience by sending them to my TikTok channel. Well, if tick tock doesn't work out for me, I know LinkedIn will long term like that's just where business gets done, but don't sacrifice in the short term. Really, you can build your audience organically on tick tock, and you can mention it may be but stay with the channel where you're going to deliver the most value. And then once they get there, once they're on LinkedIn, which you know, has 20,000 People that follow you sure mentioned it on there as well, right? Then they can redirect and go to TikTok. But when there's too many steps, Sam, if you ask somebody to endorse you, here, here, here, here, here, I get like one or two maybe, and then I'm like, okay, like I'm endorsed out, I want to do this for you. And if there was one button, I could push that would syndicate across all of them, I would do it. I wish it would post to all of them. And it there may be something out there where people are going to email in to your program here and say, Oh, well, Zach, you should use this really great plugin, which, you know, that's, that is one of your questions on your sheet here. And I want to I think that knowledge is power. And the more resources we can get out there, the better my number one tool for commercial real estate or real estate in general. And I think everybody should look into this because it's not that expensive. It's maybe $100 A year is one called LandGlide. It's really just the shortcut way. It's available on iPhone, and maybe Android as well. It's in the Apple Store. So maybe it's just anyways, what it allows or what it does is it systematically organizes on a map all of the CAD data so the Central Appraisal District data, it's also kind of a cool parlor trick, right? If you're driving down the street and someone says, Hey, what do you think that house is the value of that house is well, sometimes it's hard on Zillow and Trulia or Redfin or something to like, dial in on that then it's like speculative. It's the Zillow price or Zestimate. This one is actually just the appraisal district and how much of the land is used for agriculture and how much is you know, for the residential, how big is the house square footage? It's all the stuff that's in the Central Appraisal District, but it's just in a very easy to read format. So it's one of the few apps that I pay for, and I relish try to offer that as much as possible to someone who, particularly if you're driving in a neighborhood, you're like, Oh, I really like this neighborhood. I really would love to purchase his building. How do I get in touch with the owner? The owner is written right there, right like it maybe it's an LLC, or maybe it's a business entity, but that's really, you know, go to open corporate.org or calm. You can find out what the phone number is who the head of who the board directors are. It's one more step but it's also like if you really want something you're gonna have to put in some effort. This just eliminates about 10 of the steps going with LandGlide, so I heavily endorsed them outside of my own software which is creprocourse.com. Plug it. Sam Wilson 19:56 On that note, Zach, what is the best way to get a hold of you? Zach Roesinger 19:59 I am Z-R-O-E-S-I-N-G-E-R on LinkedIn. So I'm Zach Roesinger. Find me on LinkedIn and what I was asked him and encourage you to do the same. It's hard for me to always put together exactly who is the best contact for you. So tell me who that is. If we connect today, and you say, hey, great to connect, do not, we call it pitch slap. Don't pitch slap me. Don't tell me how I need auto insurance or, you know, we should jump on a call to find out whatever my car warranty or something. Yeah, let me know how I can help you out. And that's not necessarily going to be buying your product today. But if it's an introduction, I'm more than happy to do that, even if we just connect, because that's what LinkedIn, I believe should be used for. It shouldn't be used for selling, it should be used for connecting, providing connections is what we do, Sam, it's one of the biggest things in commercial real estate, we've connect a and b and we get paid handsomely for that, or at least we solve the connection problem between A and B. LinkedIn helps me do that because it shows me what your skillset is. And it also shows me where it allows me to connect you directly to your next big investment or your next client. Sam Wilson 21:09 Love it. Zach, thank you for coming on the show today. I certainly appreciate it. Zach Roesinger 21:12 I really appreciate it. Please come on Coffee with CRE Closers or follow everything. We're doing it creprocourse.com. I really appreciate your time today, Sam. Sam Wilson 21:21 Thank you. Yeah, we'll certainly make sure put that in the show notes creprocourse.com. Thank you, Zach. Appreciate it. Zach Roesinger 21:27 Yeah, man. Thank you. Thank you to audience. Sam Wilson 21:55 Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcast. If you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen, if you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories so appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.
Do U.S. investors pay enough attention to what's happening in overseas markets? Real Vision's expert on the ground in Asia, Weston Nakamura, shares some data at the top of today's Daily Briefing that may open your eyes to underlying systemic cracks growing in China and Japan. Then, Maggie Lake is joined by Peter Boockvar, who's concerned about how a slowing world economy will impact companies. “I think the main story now is margin contraction and the direction of earnings,” says the CIO of Bleakley Advisory Group. “We now have P/E multiples compressing, profit margins rolling over, and the growing prospect that sales will slow in response to both supply issues and the growing prospect of an economic slowdown. It's a perfect storm.” Is there more pain to come? Peter thinks so. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3wvTE24. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Private asset investing has a rich history stretching over a century. It has been lauded by professionals but until recently largely out of reach for most other investors. However, things are changing, and the UK government has become the latest to encourage investors to put more of their money into private asset, or off-market, enterprises to help boost the economy. Product manager Tim Boole and analyst Uzo Ekwue join the pod to discuss tho pros and cons on private asset investment and how it might shape the future of public/private investment. Episode 112: What did private equity fund managers do during lockdown? RUNNING ORDER: 08:12 - Part one: Growing demand for private assets 13:43 - Part two: what might happen to public markets? 17:03 - Part three: What the future holds NEW EPISODES: The Investor Download is available every Thursday and will be released at 1700 UK time. You can subscribe via Podbean or use this feed URL (https://schroders.podbean.com/feed.xml) in Apple Podcasts and other podcast players. GET IN TOUCH: mailto: Schroderspodcasts@schroders.com find us on Facebook send us a tweet: @Schroders using #investordownload READ MORE: Schroders.com/insights LISTEN TO MORE: schroders.com/theinvestordownload Important information. This information is not an offer, solicitation or recommendation to buy or sell any financial instrument or to adopt any investment strategy. Any data has been sourced by us and is provided without any warranties of any kind. It should be independently verified before further publication or use. Third party data is owned or licenced by the data provider and may not be reproduced, extracted or used for any other purpose without the data provider's consent. Neither we, nor the data provider, will have any liability in connection with the third party data. Reliance should not be placed on any views or information in the material when taking individual investment and/or strategic decisions. Any references to securities, sectors, regions and/or countries are for illustrative purposes only. The views and opinions contained herein are those of individual to whom they are attributed, and may not necessarily represent views expressed or reflected in other communications, strategies or funds. The value of investments and the income from them may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amounts originally invested. Exchange rate changes may cause the value of any overseas investments to rise or fall. Past Performance is not a guide to future performance and may not be repeated. The forecasts included should not be relied upon, are not guaranteed and are provided only as at the date of issue. Our forecasts are based on our own assumptions which may change.
With U.S. inflation remaining near a 40-year high, is a 75-basis-point interest rate hike a real possibility? In today's episode, Matt Montemurro, Chris McHaney, and your host, Mark Raes, discuss the Fed's messaging as well as inflation's impact on TIPS ETFs, volatility and call writing, oil prices, and the U.S. health care sector. Read the episode summary. Mark Raes is the Head of Product at BMO Global Asset Management. He is joined on the podcast by Matt Montemurro and Chris McHaney, Portfolio Managers and ETF Specialists at BMO Global Asset Management. The episode was recorded live on May 18, 2022. ETFs mentioned in the podcast: BMO S&P 500 Index ETF (Ticker: ZSP) BMO Low Volatility US Equity ETF (Ticker: ZLU) BMO MSCI USA High Quality Index ETF (Ticker: ZUQ) BMO Short-Term US TIPS Index ETF (Ticker: ZTIP) BMO Short-Term US TIPS Index ETF (Hedged Units) (Ticker: ZTIP.F) BMO Short-Term US Treasury Bond Index ETF (Ticker: ZTS) BMO US High Dividend Covered Call ETF (Ticker: ZWH) BMO Equal Weight Oil & Gas Index ETF (Ticker: ZEO) BMO Equal Weight US Health Care Index ETF (Ticker: ZHU) BMO Equal Weight US Health Care Hedged to CAD Index ETF (Ticker: ZUH) Disclosure: The viewpoints expressed by the Portfolio Manager represent their assessment of the markets at the time of publication. Those views are subject to change without notice at any time without any kind of notice. The information contained herein is not, and should not be construed as, investment, tax or legal advice to any party. Investments should be evaluated relative to the individual's investment objectives and professional advice should be obtained with respect to any circumstance. Any statement that necessarily depends on future events may be a forward-looking statement. Forward-looking statements are not guarantees of performance. S&P®, S&P/TSX Capped Composite®, S&P 500® are registered trademarks of Standard & Poor's Financial Services LLC (“S&P”) and “TSX” is a trademark of TSX Inc. These trademarks have been licensed for use by S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC and sublicensed to BMO Asset Management Inc. in connection with the above mentioned BMO ETFs. These BMO ETFs are not sponsored, endorsed, sold or promoted by S&P Dow Jones LLC, S&P, TSX, or their respective affiliates and S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC, S&P, TSX and their affiliates make no representation regarding the advisability of trading or investing in such BMO ETF(s). The BMO ETFs or securities referred to herein are not sponsored, endorsed or promoted by MSCI Inc. (“MSCI”), and MSCI bears no liability with respect to any such BMO ETFs or securities or any index on which such BMO ETFs or securities are based. The prospectus of the BMO ETFs contains a more detailed description of the limited relationship MSCI has with BMO Asset Management Inc. and any related BMO ETFs. Commissions, management fees and expenses all may be associated with investments in exchange traded funds. Please read the ETF Facts or prospectus before investing. Exchange traded funds are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be repeated. For a summary of the risks of an investment in the BMO ETFs, please see the specific risks set out in the prospectus. BMO ETFs trade like stocks, fluctuate in market value and may trade at a discount to their net asset value, which may increase the risk of loss. Distributions are not guaranteed and are subject to change and/or elimination. BMO ETFs are managed by BMO Asset Management Inc., which is an investment fund manager and a portfolio manager, and a separate legal entity from Bank of Montreal. BMO Global Asset Management is a brand name that comprises BMO Asset Management Inc. and BMO Investments Inc. ®/™Registered trade-marks/trade-mark of Bank of Montreal, used under licence.
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Kevin and Kieran analyse what happens next now that Derby County's administrators have exchanged contracts for the sale of the club with Chris Kirchner, and find out why a coalition of clubs including Arsenal, Palace, West Ham and Brighton have filed a lawsuit against insurers. Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Price of Football on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/priceoffootball Check out the Price of Football merchandise store: https://the-price-of-football.backstreetmerch.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“This is risk-off behavior returning,” tweeted Michael Gayed less than an hour into today's trading session, which, two hours ahead of the close, has seen the Dow Jones Industrial Average decline 2.9%, the S&P 500 shed 3.4%, and the Nasdaq Composite nosedive 4.0%. Investors are digesting a second disappointing earnings report from a major U.S. retailer, as Target followed Walmart with more data indicating inflation is, finally, having an impact on U.S. consumer behavior. Gayed, CIO and portfolio manager at Toroso Investments, joins Real Vision's Ash Bennington for today's Daily Briefing to talk about how inflation will turn into deflation and why equity indexes are looking at another major leg down. With risk assets highly correlated at present, this is an ominous sign for the cryptocurrency market as well. That's a major topic of discussion in the debut episode of Real Vision's Crypto Unwrapped series. We also hear from Jeff Moore about the Federal Reserve being late and bond market volatility. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/381fvoA. Watch the full interview featuring Jeff Moore and Raoul Pal here: https://rvtv.io/3McSPAj. Watch the first Crypto Unwrapped episode featuring Weston Nakamura, Nicolas Brugge, and Leslie Lamb here: https://rvtv.io/3lkyrS6. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cotton planting is moving forward in Texas. Recent severe storms in the Texas High Plains caused some issues for Texas feedlots. Farmers and ranchers continue to pay escalating prices to raise crops and livestock. A proposed rule by the Securities and Exchange commission hurts farmers and ranchers. We'll have those stories and more on this episode of Texas Ag Today.
Your Enneagram Coach founder Beth McCord is on the podcast today! She sits down with Deedra and Megan to talk all things Enneagram, including:why Christians don't need to be afraid of the Enneagramhow Beth (and Dauntless Grace) use the Enneagram as a road map for healing through the Gospel of JesusBeth's work with combining IFS and the Enneagram into her own system called Enneagram Internal Profile (EIP)shepherding our connecting parts into more healingYour Enneagram Coach was founded by Beth McCord, an Enneagram speaker, coach and teacher for over 17 years. Beth is passionate about coming alongside individuals and helping them re-write their story, allowing them to see that lasting change, meaningful relationships, and a life of deep purpose is possible. This passion is what drove her to create this community, a safe place for individuals to explore the Enneagram.Having been trained by the best Enneagram experts and pouring hundreds of hours into advanced certifications, Beth is now leading the industry in simplifying the deep truths of the Enneagram from a Biblical perspective. Beth's passion is to make the Enneagram accessible for everyone, anywhere, so they can experience the transformation they long for. For more information about Beth's courses, visit her website.
Neither pandemic nor war can keep down the American consumer, even as persistent inflation and supply-chain breakdowns continue to vex economists, policymakers, and financial media talking-heads. U.S. retail sales rose a seasonally adjusted 0.9% in April, and the figure for March was revised upward to 1.4% from 0.5%, data that reflect resilient demand. At the same time, industrial production was up a seasonally adjusted 1.1% in April, beating a consensus forecast of 0.5% and accelerating from 0.9% in March. U.S. equity indexes rallied on the solid economic data. But Vincent Deluard, Global Macro Strategist at StoneX, has concerns. Though he thinks we've reached peak inflation, he warns we could be stuck at a higher plateau for longer. “The CPI is caught in a tug-of-war between the cyclical basket, which is driven by energy, re-opening sectors, and supply chains, and the structural basket, which is driven by shelter, services, and wages. Due to base effects, cyclical dis-inflation should outweigh structural reflation until the end of the year.” Deluard joins Real Vision's Maggie Lake for today's Daily Briefing to talk about the “transitory narrative” and how investors can and should position for the persistence of secular inflation. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3Mrt13y. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
David, Sue and Kendra talked with Keiko Zoll; she's a mom, a writer, and an activist living in Massachusetts who founded FREE FORMULA EXCHANGE as a way to connect families who NEED baby formula with those who want to DONATE baby formula!
U.S. equity indexes ground generally higher through the trading session Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 breaking into the green but the Nasdaq Composite struggling in negative territory. The yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury note slipped by six basis points to 2.88%, as bonds caught a bid on economic growth concerns. Recent data from China indicate President Xi's “COVID Zero” policy is exerting a tremendous drag on the domestic economy, with down-the-line impacts on the global economy sure to follow, including supply-chain snarls. Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs Senior Chairman Lloyd Blankfein warned of a "very, very high risk" of a US recession. Eric Johnston, head of Equity Derivatives and Cross Asset for Cantor Fitzgerald, joins Real Vision's Maggie Lake for today's Daily Briefing to talk about short-, medium-, and long-term direction for stocks, recent macro data, and earnings. We also hear from Danielle DiMartino Booth, CEO of Quill Intelligence, about whether the Fed has not just the policy tools but the general resolve to do what has to be done to end inflation. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3wsV3Ff. Watch the full interview featuring Danielle DiMartino Booth and Jim Bianco here: https://rvtv.io/3MmeBlg. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The JuJu Exchange is a jazz-fusion group founded by three childhood friends from Chicago, each bringing their own unique stories and traits to the collective. Nico Segal (trumpeter and producer) is Grammy Awarded musician and producer who is a frequent Chance the Rapper collaborator and trumpet player in Chance's band The Social Experiment. Julian Davis Reid (pianist and producer) is an artist-theologian who also hosts spiritual retreats called Notes of Rest, which interweave texts and music to promote rest, contemplation and creativity. Nova Zaii (drummer and producer) is a sonic designer and the inventor of the patented Nova Portals instrument, a touchless electronic instrument. Whether performing at The Chicago Jazz Fest or The Songbyrd, The JuJu Exchange brings uncut emotion with the intent to move the audience in mind, body, & soul. The band's debut project Exchange reached #1 on the Apple Jazz Albums Chart upon release and their new single Walk Cycle debuted #1 on the All-New Jazz Spotify Playlist. They released their second record, The Eternal Boombox EP, inspired to provide relief as the world grappled with a catastrophic year. Each song corresponds to a stage of grief from the Kübler-Ross “Five Stages of Grief” Cycle. The JuJu Exchange creates experimental and nuanced music that calls us all to wonder and trust. Their music, primarily instrumental, blends acoustic and digital instruments to accompany meaningful conversation around spiritual, mental, and physical experiences amongst their audiences' diverse backgrounds. They hope their music inspires the listener to participate in the kinds of exchange the world desperately needs. The band has been booked for Microsoft Teams Roundtable, Yale University, Northwestern University, Jazz Institute of Chicago, Chicago Ideas Week, and Apple On Michigan. The band's members have worked, performed, and produced with artists including Chance The Rapper, Frank Ocean, Derrick Hodge, Andrew Bird, Tank & The Bangas, Peter CottonTale, Jamila Woods, Grace Weber, Jennifer Hudson, Tiff Joy, VIc Mensa, Prefuse 73, Fulcrum Point New Music Project, and The Chicago Children's Choir. In this episode, Julian Davis Reid shares his background, education, and musical journey. If you enjoyed this episode please make sure to subscribe, follow, rate, and/or review this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, ect. Connect with us on all social media platforms and at www.improvexchange.com
On this episode of the Executives' Exchange, Chandra Brown, CEO of MxD, joins Margaret Mueller, The Executives' Club of Chicago's President & CEO to discuss her experiences as a female who has been a leader and transformer in the supply chain and manufacturing sectors. Tune in to hear about Chandra's lessons learned moving through her career, including during her tenure as the US Deputy Assistant Secretary of Manufacturing, reshoring opportunities for those in manufacturing, and increasing diversity in the field. 0:45 - Introductions 1:40 – Chandra shares about her early life and growing up in a family of tradespeople 4:58 – Chandra discusses a potential shift of focus to trades and the concept of continuous learning 7:01 – Chandra discusses the best advice her parents gave her 7:44 – Chandra discusses her impactful post-college move to Oregon and the impacts it had on her life and leadership style 10:46 – Chandra describes the two companies that helped define her and set her on her path in manufacturing: Oregon Iron Works and United Streetcar 14:10 – Lessons learned from and experience of being appointed by President Obama to Deputy Assistant Secretary of Manufacturing 25:20 – Chandra describes the creation of MxD 27:17 – How MxD is impacting American manufacturing 29:13 – The inevitablity of reshoring 32:16 – Discussing “Made in America” 34:15 – The biggest challenges for reshoring 36:15 – Chandra discusses environmental concerns 37:28 – Comparing being a woman in tech then and now 39:04 – Questions to ask about diversity in tech 40:30 – Diversity in tech: you can't fix it unless you measure it 42:28 – Chandra discusses wanting to see more women in positions of power 44:10 – How other people can learn the lessons Chandra has 45:22 -- “The kitchen cabinet” -- surrounding yourself with a diverse group of people 47:35 – Chandra discusses her love of fantasy novels 48:27 – Discussing Chandra's retirement from role with MxD 49:00 – Knowing when it is time to move on 51:55 – Discussing empathy and new leaders 53:45 – Chandra's plan for life after stepping down 56:35 – Parting words for the Chicago business community Episode Link: https://www.mxdusa.org/ Host: Margaret Mueller, CEO & President, The Executives' Club of Chicago Producer: Eva Penar, Chief Content & Communications Officer, The Executives' Club of Chicago Thank you to our podcast sponsor, Shure Incorporated. For nearly 100 years, Shure Incorporated has developed best-in-class audio products that provide high-quality performance, reliability and value. Headquartered in Niles, Illinois, our history of innovation and expertise in acoustics, wireless technology, and more enables us to deliver seamless, transparent audio experiences to a global audience. Our diverse product line includes world-class wired and wireless microphones, networked audio systems and signal processors, conferencing and discussion systems, software, a loudspeaker, and award-winning earphones and headphones. Find Shure on: Facebook LinkedIn Instagram
"Election Exchange" è un ciclo di incontri organizzato da SBS radio in varie città australiane, per incontrare candidate/i, esponenti delle organizzazioni comunitarie ed elettori/elettrici. Sabato 30 aprile SBS Radio ha tenuto uno degli incontri a Melbourne.
"Election Exchange" è un ciclo di incontri organizzato da SBS radio in varie città australiane, per incontrare candidate/i, esponenti delle organizzazioni comunitarie ed elettori/elettrici. Sabato 30 aprile SBS Radio ha tenuto uno degli incontri a Melbourne.
Who do you think you are? What do you think you are?We can all find myriad ways to describe ourselves and we often rely on these descriptors to give us our ‘sense of identity.' “I'm a mother of three, a nuclear physicist, a passionate tango dancer and an advocate for animal rights…”The problem with this approach is that our descriptors are always subject to change, and even subject to debate in some cases.We're only ‘young' until we become not so young. We're only ‘successful' until we redefine what success is, which is often based on someone else's judgment. We're only X until it becomes more fashionable to be Y and it suits us better to become one of those…So is it any wonder that most of us have this gnawing sense of uncertainty. We're trying to build a sense of identity on the shifting sands of circumstances and subjective judgments. And as soon as we do settle on a solid sense of identity, something changes to make it shaky again.Thom's got your back though. By the end of this episode you'll ‘hardly know yourself,' but if you follow Thom's counsel, you'll know yourself better than you ever have.Episode highlights: [00:50] Who We Are and What We Are[02:02] "I'm a This. I'm a That."[03:17] "Nobody Knows Me at All"[04:30] The Distinction Between Consciousness and The Absolute[06:21] Change Defines Relativity[07:57] I Exist[09:28] The Evolution of Psychology[11:13] Nurturance Shapes the Way You See Yourself[12:47] The Vedic Concept of Psyche[14:24] Are We Alone in The Universe?[15:21] "What Are We Actually?"[16:05] The Body is Constantly in Flux[17:15] Unsatisfying Pronouns[18:46] Out of Africa[20:28] What Are You Actually?[21:20] Tat Wale Baba[22:49] Ageless Rishi[24:07] A Forest Dweller[25:00] "I am London"[26:04] "That Also"[27:10] Also "That Also"[27:55] A Mantra is Resonant With the Thinker of It[29:19] "I Am Totality"[31:13] A Return to Homeostasis[32:35] In Symbiosis With Our Environment[33:48] The Microbiome in Our Gut[35:18] An Exchange of Energy and Intelligence[36:38] I Am Not this Body that Changes Constantly[38:03] The Crescendo of the Development of Human Consciousness[39:32] Rigid Attachment[40:23] "Don't Say the C Word"[41:45] There is Nothing Worse Than a Human Being Not Knowing Why They Exist[43:01] Vedanta - The Highest Science of the Vedic Worldview[44:44] Brahman and Brahmin[46:26] Totality is Not Separate[47:46] Brahman is Not Pervaded or Infused into Anything; It IS Everything[49:07] The Fulfillment of the Search for Identity[50:07] The True SantoshaUseful Linksinfo@thomknoles.com https://thomknoles.com/https://www.instagram.com/thethomknoles/https://www.facebook.com/thethomknoleshttps://www.youtube.com/c/thomknoles https://thomknoles.com/ask-thom-anything/
A woman from Swampscott is addressing the national shortage of baby formula in the United States with a "Free Formula Exchange" website, that connects families in need to donors with a surplus of product. WBZ's Charlie Bergeron reports.
Markets rebounded sharply Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average on track for its first positive trading session after six consecutive down days. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said engineering a soft landing would involve “some pain,” as the central bank remains on track for 50-basis-point rate hikes in June and July. U.S. consumer sentiment fell to its lowest in more than a decade, as April data from the University of Michigan survey showed a drop from 65.2 to 59.1. The average per-gallon price of gasoline hit a new high and continues to weigh on the minds of Americans. And the geopolitical situation promises more constraints on key energy and food supplies. Tony Greer, founder of TG Macro, joins Warren Pies, founder of 3Fourteen Research, to discuss the energy market's impact on the broader market. We also hear from Alex Gurevich, who says there's a 0% chance of a soft landing. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3NfvoGC. Watch the full interview featuring Alex Gurevich and Raoul Pal here: https://rvtv.io/3w9TH38. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back Investors. Today you're invited to join guest-host, Dugan Kelley in a Think Multifamily coaching call for Syndicators, on the topic of 1031 Exchanges. As a Real Estate Attorney, and advisor to TMF, Dugan identifies 1031 Exchange opportunities, reveals best strategies for deferring capital gains and avoiding an IRS audit, and takes questions from apartment investors. In this crash course, you'll learn everything you need to know, and have probably been wondering, about 1031 Exchanges, such as: key terminology, qualifying properties, tax liability, loopholes, and more. THIS EPISODE'S GUEST: Dugan KelleyKelleyClarke.com
"Election Exchange" è un ciclo di incontri organizzato da SBS radio in varie città australiane, per incontrare candidate/i, esponenti delle organizzazioni comunitarie ed elettori/elettrici. Sabato 30 aprile SBS Radio ha tenuto uno degli incontri a Melbourne.
Keeping with the prevailing theme, the U.S producer price index for April came in at a red-hot, consensus-forecast-beating year-over-year reading of 11%, yet another indication that inflation persists. Reflecting the impact of the Federal Reserve's late hawkishness, if not its recent rate hikes, U.S. mortgage rates jumped again this week to 5.3%, the highest since July 2009. The yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury note slipped below 2.9% on flight-to-safety buying. Nevertheless, as Imran Lakha notes, “The move in bond yields has been wild this year. The total return in bonds hasn't been this bad in decades.” Lakha, the founder of Options Insight, joins Real Vision's Ash Bennington for today's Daily Briefing to discuss how tighter monetary policy is impacting financial markets. Meanwhile, with developments in the cryptocurrency market putting the word “contagion” back in circulation, Raoul Pal drops in for a flash update about recent price action across asset classes. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3l2Tk3Y Watch the full Macro Insider Flash Update here: https://rvtv.io/3M4bwpX Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
CFA Society Chicago member Rich Excell, CFA and State Street Advisors Head of Practice Management, Brie Williams discuss biases and how they affect investing decisions. Connect with Rich on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/richexcellcfa/ and find his blog posts here - https://www.cmegroup.com/newsletters/excell-with-options-report-from-rich-excell/excell-with-options-report-from-rich-excell-2022-01-11.html & https://stayvigilant.substack.com/ Connect with Brie on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/briepwilliams/ For more episodes go to www.cfachicago.org/podcasts and email email@example.com This podcast is provided for general information purposes only and does not constitute investment advice. The views are those of the speakers and not those of CFA Society Chicago.
The world is facing a cost of living crisis in the wake of soaring commodity prices and supply constraints. James Luke, Fund Manager at Schroders, believes commodity producers are unlikely to ride to the rescue anytime soon. James joins Ron Insana, Senior Advisor to Schroders and CNBC Contributor, to explain where we are in the commodity cycle, China's role in the inflation crisis and why central banks are embarking on "one of the riskiest hiking cycles we've ever lived through.” NEW EPISODES: The Investor Download is available every Thursday and will be released at 1700 UK time. You can subscribe via Podbean or use this feed URL (https://schroders.podbean.com/feed.xml) in Apple Podcasts and other podcast players. GET IN TOUCH: mailto: Schroderspodcasts@schroders.com find us on Facebook send us a tweet: @Schroders using #investordownload READ MORE: Schroders.com/insights LISTEN TO MORE: schroders.com/theinvestordownload Important information. This information is not an offer, solicitation or recommendation to buy or sell any financial instrument or to adopt any investment strategy. Any data has been sourced by us and is provided without any warranties of any kind. It should be independently verified before further publication or use. Third party data is owned or licenced by the data provider and may not be reproduced, extracted or used for any other purpose without the data provider's consent. Neither we, nor the data provider, will have any liability in connection with the third party data. Reliance should not be placed on any views or information in the material when taking individual investment and/or strategic decisions. Any references to securities, sectors, regions and/or countries are for illustrative purposes only. The views and opinions contained herein are those of individual to whom they are attributed, and may not necessarily represent views expressed or reflected in other communications, strategies or funds. The value of investments and the income from them may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amounts originally invested. Exchange rate changes may cause the value of any overseas investments to rise or fall. Past Performance is not a guide to future performance and may not be repeated. The forecasts included should not be relied upon, are not guaranteed and are provided only as at the date of issue. Our forecasts are based on our own assumptions which may change.
Live from Rewire Festival, Planet Mu affiliate Jana Rush and sound researcher Caroline Claus discuss gender politics, audio equipment and urban landscapes. At this year's instalment of Rewire Festival, which took place in The Hague from April 8th to 10th, artists were paired with sociologists and anthropologists for a series of stimulating conversations. One discussion between Chicago producer Jana Rush and Caroline Claus, a Brussels-based sound researcher, stood out for its interconnections between dance music and urban environments as well as gender and technology so for this week's Exchange, we're presenting their chat. Rush, known for her experimental forays into footwork and juke, incorporates a range of textures in her albums. From industrial to funky, her tracks frequently enter the realm of sound art but no matter how avant-garde she gets, her city remains a constant source of inspiration. Whether evoking the groove of house vocalists or the Windy City's politically-charged jazz movement, she's been a pillar of Chicago's club community for years. Claus, meanwhile, focuses on a topic known as "sonic urbanism," or how noise and vibrations impact city spaces such as railways and parks. Whether using field recordings for urban planning or engaging with the concept of sonic warfare, her studies explore interactions between individuals and spaces through sound. It can be said that both Rush and Claus are rooted in a sense of place—albeit in different ways. Rush, for instance, explained how she draws inspiration from music played in passing cars. The two also tackle the role of gender on their respective equipment. Claus mentions how her identity shapes the intentions of her recordings while Rush describes how she felt compelled to master technical equipment because "if you don't know what you don't know, people are gonna capitalise off that and they're not gonna let it go because you're a female." During their 25-minute long talk, Rush also explains how she uses binary code and how people often perceive her as aggressive. Listen on for the full details. Tracklist: Jana Rush - Clown [Planet Mu]
Ahead of the 40th annual New York Cash Exchange, two of TMANY's distinguished board members, David Miller and Timothy T. Hesler, CTP, provide TMI CEO, Robin Page, with a quickfire rundown of what attendees can expect from this year's conference. Our guests share their aspirations for the event, explain how its central themes are designed to reflect what is currently happening across the treasury community, and provide key takeaways about why this is one of the crucial treasury conferences to attend in 2022.
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Learn about the new backtesting software that can help you create manual and automated trading strategies. Denis Switalski is a professional trader and he has developed a software that I feel is better than anything else on the market. The post Taking Backtesting Software to the Next Level: Denis Switalski and NakedMarkets // EP30 appeared first on Trading Heroes.
The consumer price index for April came in at 0.3% on a month-over-month basis and 8.3% year over year, exceeding estimates on both measures and establishing once again that inflation is going to stick around at elevated levels for the foreseeable future. After opening to the upside, the major U.S. equity indexes surrendered gains and slid into the close. The yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury note crossed above 3% early in the day before settling at 2.91%. Investors continue to grapple with the prospect of the Federal Reserve aggressively hiking borrowing costs into what looks more and more like a slowing global economy. Existing supply-chain constraints will only be exacerbated by lockdowns in China, and the U.S. consumer can only carry things so far. Darius Dale, founder and CEO of 42 Macro, joins Real Vision's Maggie Lake for today's Daily Briefing to discuss how markets are digesting changes in central bank policy and where this re-pricing may take us. Real Vision Crypto Editor Ash Bennington drops in to shed some light on TerraUSD losing its peg to the U.S. dollar, and we hear from Gene Munster about tech bright prospects in 2023. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3L3sSC8 Watch the full interview with Gene Munster and Raoul Pal here: https://rvtv.io/3l2GgeZ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
IFS therapist Jenna Riemersma brings her knowledge and experience to this conversation with Deedra and Megan. They discuss: facing pain instead of running away; the three steps in her Move Toward movement; the spiritualizer parts most Christians have; and how society is a reflection of all the parts.Best-selling author, speaker and therapist, Jenna Riemersma (https://jennariemersma.com/) is the Clinical Director of the Atlanta Center for Relational Healing. Jenna is a Harvard graduate, trauma specialist, and IFS therapist. Her book, Altogether You, was recently Amazon's #1 hot new release in Spirituality and Self Help. Jenna has been happily married for over 20 years, is a proud mom of two adult children, an animal lover, and a yoga enthusiast.
In Episode 5 of The Exchange with Nick Mangold and Mark Sanchez the guys open up the show by talking draft day stories (0:56). Sanchez than gives a look into his first couple of days in New York (3:00), followed by Mangold talking about how he still had to go to college classes after he was picks by the Jets (4:45). The guys are joined in studio by Jets guard Alijah Vera-Tucker (7:52). They start out by talking his favorite memories of USC (9:00), what his draft day was like (10:46) and AVT's first experience with the New York/New Jersey area (14:45). The guys go on to discuss the holiday gift that Zach Wilson gave the offensive lineman (16:55), AVT's welcome to the NFL moment (18:30) and finish the interview with some rapid fire questions (22:46). The guys wrap up the show by talking about Mangold's recent trip to London for the NFL Draft (25:30).
U.S. equity indexes jumped at the open, faded into lunchtime, and rallied into the last couple of hours of regular trading Tuesday in a session that reflected the general volatility defining financial markets right now. Thomas Thornton, founder of Hedge Fund Telemetry, saw underlying weakness early today. “Everything was up but breaking volume-weighted average price levels, which was a good read on underlying selling,” Thornton tweeted this morning. “And it's now evident to everyone.” At the same time, Thornton is “really getting excited with this opportunity-rich market.” It's “not yet” time for long ideas, “but soon” it will be, notes Thornton, as investors continue to weigh the Federal Reserve's effort to control inflation and sustain growth at the same time. Thornton, founder of Hedge Fund Telemetry, joins Real Vision's Maggie Lake for today's Daily Briefing to talk about the major factors driving markets and what he's looking for before he starts going long again. And Real Vision Crypto Editor Ash Bennington joins at the top of the show to talk about Bitcoin's recent price action and whether we need to fear a “crypto contagion” causing a wider market crash. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/38gJ9WM Watch the full video with Dwight Anderson and Raoul Pal here: https://rvtv.io/3LYBPOe Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The morning's attempt at market rebound is fading, as the Dow erases an early 500 point gain and turns negative. What should you do as the markets try to find a bottom? We'll bring you some stock picks. Plus, the wheels continue to fall off for Peloton, now down 85% this year. What can the company do to right the ship? We'll explore. And, we'll bring you the action, the story and the trade in Coinbase, Rocket Companies and Occidental Petroleum ahead of results on deck.
KIB 351 – Understanding the Divine Exchange Kingdom Intelligence Briefing The answer for all our sins, emotional wounds, and physical sickness is discovered at the foot of the cross of the Messiah. The more that we can comprehend the unfathomable depths of the atonement that Jesus accomplished for us, the more incredible healing the Holy Spirit can release into our lives. We are entering a “NOW” moment for revelation, healing, and forgiveness to flow to the Remnant. Heaven is waiting to reveal, restore, and empower His people for the days ahead. Dr. Michael Lake is the Chancellor and Founder of Biblical Life College and Seminary. He is the author of the best-selling books, The Shinar Directive: Preparing the Way for the Son of Perdition, The Sheeriyth Imperative: Empowering the Remnant to Overcome the Gates of Hell, and the newly released, The Kingdom Priesthood. Dr. Lake is a popular speaker at national Christian conferences and is a frequent guest on many Christian TV and radio/podcast programs in North America. Mary Lou Lake has worked side-by-side with her husband in ministry for over 35 years and is the author of the book What Witches Don't Want Christians to Know – Expanded Edition.
The Dow Jones Industrial average was down 1.3%, the S&P 500 2.4%, and the Nasdaq Composite 3.4%, late in Monday's trading, as last week's sell-off continues. Ongoing supply chain problems, new pandemic-related lockdowns in China, and Russia's war on Ukraine only make the Federal Reserve's choices more complex as it tries to restrain inflation without tanking the economy. The yield curve steepened sharply, with the difference between the five-year note and the 30-year bond widening to a six-week high. “The bond market is doing the Federal Reserve's job for them,” notes Jared Dillian. “The Fed is too slow in raising the federal funds rate, so the bond market is taking over.” Dillian, editor of The Daily Dirtnap, joins Real Vision's Maggie Lake for today's Daily Briefing to talk about what the bond market knows, what the equity market is figuring out, and what investors can do to protect themselves amid surging volatility. And we hear from Pierre Andurand, CIO of Andurand Capital, about how structural issues plaguing commodities markets could trigger a global financial crisis. Watch the full interview with Pierre Andurand and Raoul Pal here: https://rvtv.io/3MYL3dx Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3N0C0IX Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
There's been no letup from the market selling pressure, as the Nasdaq falls to its lowest intraday level since November 2020. Are the markets stuck in this cycle until Fed Chair Powell gets more aggressive? We'll debate, and tell you where to find value right now. Plus, Financials are falling despite rising rates. So what's the disconnect? We'll explore, and tell you whether or not you can still bank on this trade. And, we'll preview three big names getting ready to report in Earnings Exchange, with XPO Logistics, Simon Property Group & Peloton results on deck.
Host Scott Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and AmericanAncestors.org. The guys begin with the story of the find of a hidden basement in a West Coast house. Then, a jawbone found on a Lake Michigan beach some time ago has been identified through the DNA Doe Project. In Israel, a man has discovered that his house stands on a remarkable piece of history. The guys will explain. Guinness has declared a Brazilian man the record holder for working for the same company for the longest period. Hear how long he has worked for the same organization! Also, the new “oldest person in the world” has been named. Find out how old she is. And finally, a remarkable ring has been found in the waters of the Thames. David will tell you all about it. Next, Fisher visits with JoAnne Jessee… an ordinary person with an extraordinary find. JoAnne felt the urge to track down information on a great aunt that died young during the 1918 flu pandemic. Find out where it led her and the remarkable exchange coming up between two families. (Originally aired in 2021.) Fisher then visits with Ryan Rockwood from sponsor Legacy Tree Genealogists. Ryan talks about the remarkable family history record system the Japanese have had in place for some 150 years! David then returns for Ask Us Anything as he and Fisher take on questions about an old photo and wooden grave markers. That's all this week on Extreme Genes, America's Family History Show!