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The Indicator from Planet Money
The return of Chinese tourism?

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 9:30


Chinese citizens are once again allowed to travel internationally and the global tourism industry is ready to welcome them with open arms. Why? Chinese tourism has meant big money in the past. In 2019, Chinese travelers spent a fifth of all tourist dollars. But a full rebound in Chinese tourism might be a ways off. For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

The Indicator from Planet Money
The Beigie Awards: All about inventory

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 9:30


A Fed vice president gets a new pair of shoes. Does that mean supply chains are fixed? For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

Worldwide Exchange
Snap Shares Sinking, the Fed's First 2023 Decision, and the January Indicator Trifecta 02/01/23

Worldwide Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 44:19


Shares of Snap are plunging on the heels of yesterday's Q4 earnings report, where the company beat on earnings but missed on revenue and daily active users. Neuberger Berman's Daniel Flax and Cleo Capital's Sarah Kunst discuss the social stock trade. Plus, investors are gearing up for the conclusion of the Fed's first policy meeting of the new year. Palumbo Wealth Management's Phil Palumbo and S&P Global Ratings' Beth Ann Bovino weigh in on what to expect. And, Wall Street has hit the January Indicator Trifecta, with the Santa Claus Rally, the First Five Days Early Warning System, and the January Barometer all logging gains. Credit Suisse's Patrick Palfrey explains the markets going forward.

Stratfor Podcast
RANE Insights: Machiavelli for Women

Stratfor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 48:19


The RANE Insights podcast is a room where great ideas are shared and the world's leading business and risk management experts convene.In today's podcast, host and RANE founder, David Lawrence speaks to Stacey Vanek Smith, a business and economics reporter and co-host of NPR's The Indicator from Planet Money. Stacey Vanek Smith is also the author of “Machiavelli For Women,” a book inspired by Machiavelli's political manifesto The Prince, to inspire women to take and maintain power at work.RANE is a global risk intelligence company, that delivers risk and security professionals access to critical insights, analysis, and support, to ensure business continuity and resilience for our clients. For more information about RANE's risk management solutions, visit www.ranenetwork.com.#business #women #RANE #riskmanagement #insights #Machiavelli #worklife

The Indicator from Planet Money

Advancements in artificial intelligence are making replicating the work of artists much easier. Some artists are arguing that AI art generators have been breaking the law to do this. Today, we talk to an artist whose paintings are at the center of a class action.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

The Indicator from Planet Money
What's the deal with the platinum coin?

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 9:41


Forget extraordinary measures. Today we're going full extra extraordinary. How a trillion-dollar platinum coin could get the country around the debt ceiling limit. For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

Hypergrowth Investing
The One Indicator That Proves You Should Buy Stocks Now

Hypergrowth Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 63:12


Since the start of the new year, the overall market trend has greatly improved, and the past few days have been no exception. The market has seen a significant and sudden increase in price action, with stocks no longer declining as they were in 2022. While stocks played a stubborn game in 2022, this year, they refuse to go lower. Best of all? Technology and growth are driving the ongoing stock market boom in 2023.So why the sudden shift? Well, it seems that the consensus view in the market has finally aligned with the one we've had since November. Inflation is crashing hard, the Fed's rate hikes are nearly over, and the economy will likely avoid a deep recession. With this as the consensus, more investors are rushing to buy the dip in risk assets.And if you want to gauge the market's risk-on appetite, just take a look at the crypto markets. Bitcoin (BTC-USD) started the year at $16,500 and popped to $21,500 over the weekend – up a whopping 40% year-to-date. Several major altcoins have doubled in that same time. This is the type of price action you only see when new bull markets begin.We are highly constructive on what we've seen so far. This is likely Year 1 of a multiyear bull market. Get ready for those gains.So, the current price action in the market strongly suggests that we're seeing the arrival of a new bull market. And last week, this price action triggered a bullish indicator known as the Breakaway Momentum indicator.This indicator measures the ratio of the total number of stocks that were advancing over the past 10 days to the total number of stocks that were declining in that time. When that ratio is roughly above 2, meaning the number of advancing stocks is double the number of declining stocks, the Breakaway Momentum indicator is triggered.This has only happened a handful of times over the past 70 years, but every time it has, stocks were higher six and 12 months later. And similarly, nearly every time this breadth thrust indicator is triggered, it's been when a bear market is ending and a new bull market is beginning.In short, current price action indicates that a new bull market is forming right now. As always, remember that price is truth. So, keep an eye out for any new developments in the market. For us, one emerging development we're bullish on is quantitative finance. Hypergrowth Investing is no stranger to AI. We've talked about its impact on several industries in previous episodes, even when it comes to the future of stock picking. We're confident that eventually, AI and other quantitative approaches will dominate most money management and financial market strategies. Investors with fantastic track records and decades of experience picking stocks are few and far between. And access to these folks is very limited. But in the future, we will have access to AI tools and quantitative systems that allow us to be the best investors we can be – by removing emotion from decision-making and following the data.The stock market is a veritable treasure trove of data. And with the advent of machine-learning algorithms, it's becoming a powerful tool for investors. In the next few years, it's expected that most investors will turn to quantitative trading systems, powered by AI, to gain an edge in the market. Those who embrace this technology will have a significant advantage over those who don't, and will be able to make more informed and profitable trades.That's why our team has spent the past year developing a quantitative trading system to inform our investment strategies. We are using this quant tool to scan the market for the most high-quality breakout stocks. And by implementing machine-learning algorithms, we aim to create a robust system that helps us to greatly outperform the market.Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3kpWXUTWatch the full episode of Hypergrowth Investing above.

Organic Matters
Frogs an environmental indicator species

Organic Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 12:42


we can all help...food for thought

The Indicator from Planet Money
A big bank's big mistake, explained

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 9:46


One of the world's biggest banks acquires a promising tech company, and things go very, very wrong. It's a flashy tech startup story with some surprisingly low-tech twists and a web of alleged lies.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

The Indicator from Planet Money
The great turnaround in shipping

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 8:16


Prices for shipping carriers have gone back down to 2019 price levels after record highs during the pandemic. So what does this mean for consumers and businesses who rely on international trade? For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

The Indicator from Planet Money
Can China save its economy - and ours?

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 9:45


What's up with China's GDP, what's down with China's population numbers, and what Marvel's return tells us. Indicators from China to bring in the Lunar New Year. For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org

Onward, a Fundrise Production
16: On the state of the market, with the creator of a $1T financial innovation, Schecky Schechner

Onward, a Fundrise Production

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 62:48


Fundrise CEO Ben Miller is joined by Schecky Schechner, Managing Director and Co-Head of US Real Estate Banking at Barclays Capital, for a wide-ranging and technically insightful conversation in this latest episode of Onward. As Ben points out, Schecky is credited as one of the co-inventors of Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS) in the wake of the S&L crisis in the late ‘80s, a securitization innovation that has since become a trillion-dollar system, earning Schecky his reputation as a living legend in the real estate world. Ben and Schecky's conversation opens with a broad discussion on the current state of the market before moving into a recap of our “Great Deleveraging” thesis. They then go on to discuss a wealth of additional topics and key financial ideas, including how securitization is a democratizing force in financial markets; why the late 1980's were “the Big Bang” for real estate finance; why the idioms “A rolling loan gathers no loss,” and “Extend and pretend,” might have a major impact on the American economy over the next twelve months; and much more. Have questions or feedback about this episode? Drop us a note at Onward@Fundrise.com. Onward is hosted by Ben Miller, co-founder and CEO of Fundrise, and Cardiff Garcia, co-founder of Bazaar Audio and host of the economics-focused podcast The New Bazaar (after spending many years as the co-creator and co-host of NPR's The Indicator podcast). Podcast production by The Podcast Consultant. Music by Seaplane Armada. About Fundrise: With over 1 million users, Fundrise is America's largest direct-to-investor alternative asset investment platform. Since 2012, our mission has been to build a better financial system by empowering the individual. We make it easier and more efficient than ever for anyone to invest in institutional-quality private alternative assets — all at the touch of a button.   Please see the Fundrise Flagship Real Estate Fund website (http://fundriseintervalfund.com), Fundrise Income Fund website (http://fundriseincomerealestatefund.com), and Fundrise Innovation Fund website (http://fundrise.com/innovation) for more information on each fund, including each fund's prospectus.  For the publicly filed offering circulars of the Fundrise eREITs and eFunds, not all of which may be currently qualified by the SEC, please see fundrise.com/oc. Want to see the specific properties that make up and power Fundrise portfolios? Check out our active and past projects at www.fundrise.com/assets. 

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
ISMS 2 - The Man Behind the Most Successful Recession Indicator Questions It

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 11:14


Did the man who discovered the most successful recession indicator abandon it?Click here to get the PDF with all charts and graphsIn a recent LinkedIn post, Campbell Harvey outlined why his yield curve inversion theory, which has a perfect record of predicting recessions, may no longer work. He concludes that we may not get a recession in 2023.He argues that the labor market is strong compared to the past two recessions. Unfilled jobs are still high, and skilled workers losing their jobs have shorter periods before getting a new job.The current situation is not like the 2008 or 2020 crisesThis is unlike the 2008 global financial crisis and the 2020 pandemic recession, where workers had no job opportunities to pursue. Harvey argues that consumers have less indebtedness and are better prepared to withstand the rise in interest rates.The financial sector is strong compared to the 2008 period, reducing the risk of a financial sector crisis that would exacerbate an economic crisis.Focus on the real yield curveHarvey also suggested that we should put more weight on the real yield curve (after adjusting for inflation), which shows no inversion, despite the inversion of the nominal yield curve.The inverted yield curve has become a victim of its own successFinally, he proposes that his predictor may have become a victim of its own success. Harvey argues that the reactions of economic agents could lead to lower growth, and if the economy survives the period, a soft landing is possible.Maybe the widespread knowledge of the success of the yield curve has caused people to adjust ahead of time which will lessen the impact of the recession.Arguments for why Harvey's inverted yield curve signal is working just fineBut not everyone is buying his reasons for abandoning his measure. Below is a list of some of the arguments made in the comment section about why Harvey's inverted yield curve signal is working just fine.The labor force participation rate in the United States has been falling, it averaged 63% from 1948 to 2022, reaching an all-time high of 67% in 2000Consumer debt is at all-time highs; most relevantly, consumer debt service payments as a percent of disposable personal income are the highest in over 13 years and still risingThe consumer is weak as wages are not keeping up with the fast rise in consumer prices, driven by high energy and commodities pricesConsumers need to borrow or tap into their savings as disposable income gets eaten upConsumer savings rates are lowThe Fed will not reduce its rate rise course soon as unemployment is still lowWill 2022 be the first time since 1968 that the inverted yield curve gives a false signal of recession?Click here to get the PDF with all charts and graphs

The Indicator from Planet Money
A chat with the president of the San Francisco Fed

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 9:28


Today, a conversation with Mary Daly, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Her family faced the pain of high prices and a turbulent economy decades ago, so she dropped out of high school to earn money. That experience, she says, helps guide her today, as the Fed tries to bring down inflation without sparking a recession.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

KZYX News
What's next for the Laytonville landfill

KZYX News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 6:30


The closed landfill in Laytonville has long loomed large as a source of grief in the community. Some residents of the unincorporated area and the neighboring Cahto Rancheria are sure that contaminants are causing damage to the environment and their health. The bottom of the landfill is unlined, which means water can percolate into the historic waste and then back out again into the soil and groundwater. The local water district tests some of the nearby wells and finds that the water is free of the most concerning contaminants. But in the last decade, increased levels of multiple different kinds of salts and minerals that are frequently associated with landfill waste have been found in a well on the southeast corner of the county's monitoring network, which includes ten wells. And an environmental consultant working for the tribe says two of the three wells he's working with show troubling indicators. He's planning to install a half dozen more wells this year. The state has also called for more monitoring wells, as the county prepares for maintenance on the landfill cap, drainage system, and roads on the seven-acre site. After government-to-government consultations between the tribe and the California Environmental Protection Agency, the county and the tribe have signed an MOU to work together on the project. Chris Watt, of the North Coast Regional Water Quality Board, shared some context about what's currently known about the elements in the county's well, and why more monitoring is needed. “This well at the southeast corner of the landfill has been monitored for multiple decades,” he said in a recent interview. “Beginning about ten or more years ago, that well, as we looked at the statistics, began to record an increasing trend in what we call indicator parameters. Indicator parameters are minerals and salts that are present in the groundwater. And we are seeing increasing values of those over time. Landfill waste can generate those salts and minerals, so our assumption is that those are originating from the landfill, and show that there is movement of groundwater from the landfill through that well. All of these are found naturally in the groundwater, so they're not what we would call synthetic contaminants. They can be associated with the landfill waste, and they can originate from either those minerals and salts dissolving into the groundwater as water moves through the waste, or they can be dissolved through the rocks as the landfill waste changes the chemistry of its environment. So these aren't what we would traditionally call pollutants, per se. They're indicators that there is movement of groundwater from the landfill in the direction of that well. Some of these have exceeded what we would call secondary drinking water standards. So we are tracking this, and asking the county to expand their monitoring network to determine how far and where this movement of salts and minerals has gone.” Watt says it's significant that the southeast corner is most affected by the landfill. “Traditionally, the model for how water has moved in this area of the landfill has been, it's moved in a northerly direction,” he noted. “However, this trend in indicator parameters, these salts and minerals that we're finding to the southeast, suggest that there is a component of flow to the southeast. This is going to require an update in our conceptual model of the landfill and in the monitoring program for the landfill, which the county is working on as they prepare their engineering documents to do a fix on the landfill cap…at a minimum, it's going to be an expansion of the monitoring well network to the southeast. The county's land that they control ends near this well, so they're working with their neighbors, the Cahto Tribe, to obtain access and design a monitoring program that's going to have to be located on the Rancheria property.” The exact number and location of the new wells hasn't been worked out yet. The county will hire a contractor, who will meet with the Cahto Tribal Council and the Laytonville Municipal Advisory Council, and then present a proposal to the Water Board for its review, before installing more wells. Nothing will happen in a hurry. Massive cleanup is one of many possible outcomes, but Watt thinks it's too early to predict what will come of the increased monitoring. “So there's a monitoring program that the county implements, that's a series of wells,” he summarized. “Some of them are for water, some of them are what we call a gas well, so they do gas samples. Landfills can generate gasses, and so they monitor that as well. The monitoring network, I think we've established, needs to be changed. The county has been monitoring these wells for decades. There are thousands of data points which we are using in our conceptual model of evaluation…This last ten years of data has said we need to change this. Things with landfills don't move quickly, in terms of actions. They're expensive, they're complicated, they're technically difficult, they require specialists. So some of this just takes time. But I think we're going in the right direction now.” There will be several opportunities for public engagement in the next two years, which is how long Watt and the CalEPA expect it to take to update the monitoring system. In addition to the public meetings with the county's consultant, the county will prepare an environmental document for the landfill repair, which will include a public comment period. The Water Board will hold a public hearing prior to issuing an updated permit for the landfill. “And that will guide us into the future for this landfill, wherever it goes,” Watt concluded.

Onward, a Fundrise Production
15: The largest real estate developer in the world, Steve Ross

Onward, a Fundrise Production

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 27:51


In the latest episode of Onward, Fundrise CEO Ben Miller gives us the opportunity to listen in on a conversation with one of the most experienced and influential figures in real estate today: Steve Ross, the largest real estate developer in the world. In addition to being the co-founder and chairman of RSE Ventures and owning the Miami Dolphins, Steve is the chairman and founder of Related Companies, the real estate firm behind the Time Warner Center in New York City, plus the 18 million square foot Hudson Yards project, the largest private real estate development in the history of the United States. Ben and Steve's conversation covers a broad range of topics, drawing on Steve's vast experience of over 50 years as a major player in the real estate industry. They discuss how real estate funding has changed over the decades, how experiences from past financial crises can help investors today, and the importance of affordable housing for the future of the American economy.  Have questions or feedback about this episode? Drop us a note at Onward@Fundrise.com. Onward is hosted by Ben Miller, co-founder and CEO of Fundrise, and Cardiff Garcia, co-founder of Bazaar Audio and host of the economics-focused podcast The New Bazaar (after spending many years as the co-creator and co-host of NPR's The Indicator podcast). Podcast production by Seaplane Armada and The Podcast Consultant. Music by Seaplane Armada. About Fundrise: With over 1 million users, Fundrise is America's largest direct-to-investor alternative asset investment platform. Since 2012, our mission has been to build a better financial system by empowering the individual. We make it easier and more efficient than ever for anyone to invest in institutional-quality private alternative assets — all at the touch of a button.   Please see the Fundrise Flagship Real Estate Fund website (http://fundriseintervalfund.com), Fundrise Income Fund website (http://fundriseincomerealestatefund.com), and Fundrise Innovation Fund website (http://fundrise.com/innovation) for more information on each fund, including each fund's prospectus.  For the publicly filed offering circulars of the Fundrise eREITs and eFunds, not all of which may be currently qualified by the SEC, please see fundrise.com/oc. Want to see the specific properties that make up and power Fundrise portfolios? Check out our active and past projects at www.fundrise.com/assets. 

The Indicator from Planet Money
CEO predictions, rural voters on the economy and IRS audits

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 9:21


We comb through the surveys, polls, and reports so you don't have to! Three caught our attention for Indicators of the Week: one asking CEOs on whether we're headed for a recession, another on the economic challenges facing rural communities, and a report offering further evidence on the high audit rates of low-income workers.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

The Indicator from Planet Money
Jobs vs prices: the Fed's dueling mandates

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 9:29


The Federal Reserve has a dual mandate: keeping prices stable (and inflation low) and promoting "maximum employment." But sometimes, as the Fed attacks one goal, it can potentially hurt the other. It's a dueling dual mandate. For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

The Indicator from Planet Money
From Brexit to Regrexit

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 9:27 Very Popular


In 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. More than 6 years later, a majority of voters are feeling some buyer's remorse. Today, we cover what's changed since Brexit. For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

The Indicator from Planet Money
The pregnant workers fairness act, explained

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 9:26


What happens if someone can't perform their job in the same way because of pregnancy? Until now, they could be sent home without pay – essentially lose their job. But a new law aims to change that, by requiring employers to provide reasonable accommodations for pregnant people. For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

The Indicator from Planet Money
The precarity of the H-1B work visa

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 9:25 Very Popular


Many sectors of the American economy depend on foreign nationals holding H-1B work visas for valuable skilled labor. But if a H-1B visa holder gets laid off, they're on their own.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

The Indicator from Planet Money
Jobs Friday: Why apprenticeships could make a comeback

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 9:27 Very Popular


Apprenticeships: not just for medieval guilds, but also useful in today's tight labor market! More employers in fields such as healthcare are turning to apprenticeship programs to train new hires for critical roles.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

The Indicator from Planet Money
The never-ending strike

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 9:24


The average labor strike lasts just over 40 days, but a union of coal miners in Alabama has been on strike for over a year and a half. Protesting for that long requires help, both from the community and the economy.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

Markets Daily Crypto Roundup
Crypto Update | Bitcoin Mining: A Positive or Negative Indicator for the Future of Crypto?

Markets Daily Crypto Roundup

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 15:22


With ether and most other cryptos in the CoinDesk top 20 by market capitalization trading sideways, plus a look at the awful year that was for most crypto miners, CoinDesk's “Markets Daily” is back with its latest news roundup.Today's Stories...Read the full show notes here.Featured Story: Bitcoin Mining: A Positive or Negative Indicator for the Future of Crypto?-This episode was edited & produced by Adrian Blust with original music by Doc Blust & Colin Mealey.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Indicator from Planet Money
Listener Questions: Airline tickets, grocery pricing and the Fed

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 9:27


Dear listeners: You had questions, and we have answers! Today, we're digging into airline fares, buying in bulk at the supermarket and the Fed's wacky (?) district boundaries. It's a listener questions episode!For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

Burritos, Breaks, and Flies - A Fly Fishing Podcast
Episode 57 - Why We Chucker with Alex Ramirez of Rio Products

Burritos, Breaks, and Flies - A Fly Fishing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 75:01


Why do we Chucker? Great question. What is Chucker? Another great question. Where does one Chucker? You Chucker at Pyramid Lake...and the boys from Pyramid Fly Co are experts at it. Ok, enough of the semantics....Rio Elite Switch Chucker line is our preferred bobber line (Indicator line for all you purists) that we utilize with leeches and midges in pursuit of the world's largest Cutthroat Trout in Pyramid Lake, Nevada. We love this line for many reasons, and to help explain what makes this line unique we invited industry rep Alex Ramirez of Rio Products to help us break the mystery down of this fantastic product. Want to step up your game, cast further, hook set better, defeat the wind, and simplify your casting technique? This is the line for you! Of course no BBF podcast would be complete without a symposium involving burritos, and Alex brings his A-game to this discussion. According to Alex the best burritos in California are in Mammoth, Ca and Vista, Ca, and from the sounds of them they are worthy of planning your fly fishing trips around. Hungry Yet? Well....listen in for a double dip into fly fishing and food lore! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bearfish/message

Financial Sense(R) Newshour
The Bull Thesis for Energy | California as a Leading Indicator

Financial Sense(R) Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 54:23


Dec 30, 2022 – As we end out the last week of the year, we are going to air two interviews from our weekday FS Insider podcast that ran a couple of months ago in October. The first is with Aaran Param out of the UK, Head of Asset Allocation at...

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
1978: Good Mornings Vs. Romanian Deadlifts, the Truth About Soreness as an Indicator of Workout Effectiveness, the Effectiveness of Unilateral Training for Overcoming Aches & Pains & More

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 70:34 Very Popular


In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin answer four Pump Head questions from the Sunday @mindpumpmedia Quah post. Mind Pump Fit Tip: The two MOST important things to focus on when you make goals are HOW you make those goals and WHY you make those goals. (2:29) Get your Journeyman shirt today! (12:57) Gymnastics, for kids, is the best! (14:21) Kreatures of Habit's special Mind Pump hook-up! (23:25) The Andrews' Scotland/Iceland trip. (24:30) The most difficult languages to learn. (31:41) Nature does NOT care. (38:41) Dad rules. (42:20) This is a clear example of a lazy employee. (43:31) #Quah question #1 - Is there a specific benefit to good mornings vs Romanian Deadlifts? (52:22) #Quah question #2 - I used to get pretty sore the day after a workout, but now I hardly feel anything. I am practicing progressive overload and I think my strength is going up. Am I not pushing myself enough? (56:37) #Quah question #3 - Is unilateral training for a period of time an ideal way to fix any aches that come from lifting? (59:37) #Quah question #4 - What is the best way to capitalize on a big day of eating, lift the same day prior to the meal or the next morning after the meal? (1:05:13) Related Links/Products Mentioned Visit Kreatures of Habit: Meal One for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code MP25 at checkout** December Promotion: At-Home Holiday Bundle (MAPS Anywhere, MAPS Suspension, MAPS PRIME, and The No BS 6-Pack Formula all for the low price of $99.99!) Start at the End Mind Pump Store Mind Pump #952: Chad Wesley Smith Of Juggernaut Training Systems Icelandic rated among the most difficult languages to learn for English speakers Sylbo, The Last Speakers of the Lost Whistling Language | TIME Volcano burn survivor removes face mask for first time: ‘A real fighter' Watch The Volcano: Rescue from Whakaari | Netflix Official Site Visit MASSZYMES by biOptimizers for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP10 at checkout** Build Your Hamstrings- How to Properly do Good Mornings GROW Your GLUTES with a SINGLE LEG DEADLIFT! Sore muscles…what does it mean? – Mind Pump Blog MAPS Fitness Prime Pro MAPS Symmetry Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Rob Dyrdek (@robdyrdek) Instagram   Chad Wesley Smith (@chadwesleysmith) Instagram Mike Salemi (@mike.salemi) Instagram Jo Koy (@jokoy) Instagram

The Indicator from Planet Money
The secret to upward mobility: Friends (Indicator favorite)

The Indicator from Planet Money

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 9:29 Very Popular


This week, we're sharing some of our favorite Indicator episodes from 2022! Today, we hear one of our most downloaded from the year. This episode originally came out in August.Who your friends are may be the key to your economic success story. In a groundbreaking study by Harvard researchers, find out why cross-class friendships may be the key ingredient to the American Dream.

Onward, a Fundrise Production
14: Year-End Performance in Depth & Investment Strategies for 2023

Onward, a Fundrise Production

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 37:49


In anticipation of the upcoming publication of Fundrise's 2022 year-end letter to investors, CEO Ben Miller is once again joined by Kendall Davis, Head of Investor Relations and Investor Operations, for an in-depth analysis and conversation about the Fundrise portfolio's 2022 performance.  This episode is indispensable to any listener interested in better contextualization of and perspective on our portfolio and its outlook, whether that's understanding how we so handily outperformed public market analogues; how we adjusted our strategy and fortified our portfolio over the past several years in anticipation of the sweeping 2022 market downturn; and why, looking ahead, we're in a position of enviable investing strength, as we've prepared to take advantage of this next stage of the market cycle. Some of the topics Kendall brings to the conversation for Ben's consideration include: Why Fundrise NAVs are down, particularly in the Flagship fund. Why defensive positioning, involving low debt and high liquidity, is so important today, and why we're set up for potentially once-in-a-cycle investment opportunities in the months and years ahead. What signals like an inverted yield curve tells us about what to expect and where we are in the market cycle. What an optimistic Ben Miller – whose staunch market realism sometimes sounds like pessimism –  looks and sounds like. (Listen until the end of the episode to find out.) And much more, all covered in Ben and Kendall's conversation. Have questions or feedback about this episode? Drop us a note at Onward@Fundrise.com. Onward is hosted by Ben Miller, co-founder and CEO of Fundrise, and Cardiff Garcia, co-founder of Bazaar Audio and host of the economics-focused podcast The New Bazaar (after spending many years as the co-creator and co-host of NPR's The Indicator podcast). Podcast production by The Podcast Consultant. Music by Seaplane Armada. About Fundrise With over 1 million users, Fundrise is America's largest direct-to-investor alternative asset investment platform. Since 2012, our mission has been to build a better financial system by empowering the individual. We make it easier and more efficient than ever for anyone to invest in institutional-quality private alternative assets — all at the touch of a button.   Please see the Fundrise Flagship Real Estate Fund website (http://fundriseintervalfund.com), Fundrise Income Fund website (http://fundriseincomerealestatefund.com), and Fundrise Innovation Fund website (http://fundrise.com/innovation) for more information on each fund, including each fund's prospectus.  For the publicly filed offering circulars of the Fundrise eREITs and eFunds, not all of which may be currently qualified by the SEC, please see fundrise.com/oc. Want to see the specific properties that make up and power Fundrise portfolios? Check out our active and past projects at www.fundrise.com/assets. 

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 9:25 Very Popular


This week, we're sharing some of our favorite Indicator episodes from 2022! Today, we hear one of Darian's favorite episodes. It originally came out in August.Today on the show, why colleges and high school Advanced Placement Macroeconomics classes had to rip out old textbook pages and write a new chapter.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 9:26 Very Popular


This week, we're sharing some of our favorite Indicator episodes from 2022! Today, we hear one of Adrian's favorite episodes. It originally came out in September."Gamification" as we know it has become increasingly common since the late 2000s. And proponents say adding game-like features to non-game activities — especially boring ones — can make us healthier, happier, and more productive. But Adrian Hon, who has made a career out of 'gamifying' mundane activities like jogging, says the trend has gone awry. Today on the show, Adrian argues that companies are using gamification to confuse, manipulate, or coerce people into doing things they wouldn't have done otherwise.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 10:34 Very Popular


2022 was a year of big economic changes. But what economic story most defined the year? Our hosts from Planet Money and The Indicator battle it out over what should be crowned the indicator of the year. Subscribe to Planet Money+ in Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org/planetmoney

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 9:10 Very Popular


This week, we're sharing some of our favorite Indicator episodes from 2022! Today, we hear one of Wailin's favorite episodes. It originally came out in September.Shrinkflation, yeet, supply chain, unbanked. What do these terms have in common? They're some of Merriam-Webster's newest dictionary entries!

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 9:23 Very Popular


We love a good competition, so we brought on two Planet Money hosts for a special edition of indicators of the year. Who will take home the title of the indicator that's defined this year? You decide.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 9:23 Very Popular


Most people assume that when the Fed says a two percent inflation target is best for the economy, they're correct. But that number is more arbitrary than it seems, and some economists are pushing back.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 9:06 Very Popular


When the Fed hikes interest rates, the interest rate on your savings account usually follows in step. But recently, that logic hasn't held up. We ask an economist and a community banker why.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 9:47 Very Popular


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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 9:09 Very Popular


Residential construction is one of the few industries that's gotten less productive over time. Modular housing, or building homes in factories to be assembled onsite, offers a solution.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 9:13 Very Popular


The sequel to Avatar has been hyped up for over a decade, but Covid outbreaks in China threaten its box office success. And the World Cup champion will have more than glory to celebrate — its GDP should rise, too.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 9:02 Very Popular


Venture capital investors pour money into startups in hopes of landing a unicorn—a $1 billion company. But what happens to the companies that don't reach that status?For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 9:30 Very Popular


Way back in January, when the economy was in a very different place, we picked three indicators to watch. Almost 12 months later, we're seeing how they fared.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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How inflation expectations affect the economy

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 9:43


Consumers' and businesses' inflation expectations usually stay safely anchored at the Fed's two percent target. But recently, that anchor has been slipping. It's one of the reasons inflation has risen.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 9:29


Since World War II, the United States has prided itself on being a global leader in technological innovation. But shepherding those innovations from the lab to the masses has proven to be a sticking point.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2022 8:47


Should we be worried about a recession? New polling shows that auto dealers certainly are. But leftover pandemic stimulus money is one of the biggest buffers holding one off.2022 is almost over and we want to know what your favorite Indicator episode of the year is ... Email us at indicator@npr.org and put "favorite Indicator" in the subject line. We'll reveal some of them at the end of the month!

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 9:57


In part two of our ESG series, we speak with two insiders who have been involved with ESG since before it was cool. To them, it's come a long way — and is now mainstream enough to have a real impact.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 9:21


The most recent Beige Book featured a little of everything — economic anecdotes from around the country, some positive, some not so good. But one Fed branch's contribution stood about above the rest.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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Impact investing, part 1: Money, meet morals

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 8:38


ESG investing claims to pursue both profits and morals at once. But is it really the future of finance, or just a PR sham? In part one of our series on the topic, a former ESG guy argues the latter.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 9:59


Technical analysis, or finding patterns in stock charts to predict future price movements, is like cloud watching: You can see pretty much anything if you squint hard enough. Even a vomiting camel.For sponsor-free episodes of The Indicator from Planet Money, subscribe to Planet Money+ via Apple Podcasts or at plus.npr.org.