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AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung
Opening Bell: EUR/USD, Exxon, Occidental, BioNTech, Alibaba, Amazon, Baidu, Alphabet, Tesla, NIO

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 17:44


Inside Wirtschaft - Der Podcast mit Manuel Koch | Börse und Wirtschaft im Blick
#619 Inside Wirtschaft - Peter Tuchman: "Ich habe schon viele Krisen gesehen, aber noch nichts wie jetzt"

Inside Wirtschaft - Der Podcast mit Manuel Koch | Börse und Wirtschaft im Blick

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 15:25


„Ich habe schon viele Krisen gesehen, ich habe schon viele Abstürze gesehen, aber ich glaube nicht, dass ich jemals so etwas gesehen habe. Ich lebe und ich bin voller Energie. Ich hatte einige schwere Kämpfe, aber ich schaue lieber in die Zukunft. Ich arbeite seit 37 Jahren auf dem Börsenparkett und der Markt ist spannender denn je“, sagt Peter Tuchman (Einstein of Wall Street). Alle Details im Interview mit Inside Wirtschaft-Chefredakteur Manuel Koch von der New York Stock Exchange an der Wall Street.

Inside Wirtschaft - Der Podcast mit Manuel Koch | Börse und Wirtschaft im Blick
#618 Inside Wirtschaft _ Sandra Navidi (BeyondGlobal): "Inflation ist das größte Risiko. Die Abwärtsrisiken überwiegen"

Inside Wirtschaft - Der Podcast mit Manuel Koch | Börse und Wirtschaft im Blick

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 8:42


“Die US-Wirtschaft steht noch relativ solide da, wobei wir eine Konjunkturabschwächung sehen. Ob es tatsächlich in einer Rezession münden wird, das ist strittig. Die überwiegende Meinung ist, dass die Wahrscheinlichkeit zunimmt. Und Notenbankchef Powell hat gesagt, man müsse alles mögliche tun, um die Inflation zu bekämpfen. Denn die Inflation ist das größte Risiko. Die Abwärtsrisiken überwiegen”, sagt Sandra Navidi (Geschäftsführerin BeyondGlobal). Alle Details mit dem Blick in die USA im Interview von Inside Wirtschaft-Chefredakteur Manuel Koch an der Wall Street.

Stifel SightLines Podcast
Long-term Investor? Time in Instead of Timing the Market

Stifel SightLines Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 4:14


In this week's Sight|Lines, we review the idea that an investor is much more likely to be better off over the long term when being focused on time in rather than timing the market. To read this week's Sight|Lines, click here. The views expressed in this podcast may not necessarily reflect the views of Stifel Financial Corp. or its affiliates (collectively, Stifel).  This communication is provided for information purposes only.  Past performance does not guarantee future results.  Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal.  Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit or protect against loss.  © Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated | Member SIPC & NYSE | www.stifel.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Russell Investments
Q2 earnings season preview: Key watchpoints for markets

Russell Investments

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 4:06


In the latest podcast update:•Markets see-saw on inflation reports, economic data releases•Three reasons why Q2 earnings season could be challenging•June employment report, CPI reading loom large for U.S. marketsIMPORTANT DISCLOSURE:These views are subject to change at any time based upon market or other conditions and are current as of the date at the top of the page.Investing involves risk and principal loss is possible.Past performance does not guarantee future performance.Forecasting represents predictions of market prices and/or volume patterns utilizing varying analytical data. It is not representative of a projection of the stock market, or of any specific investment.This material is not an offer, solicitation or recommendation to purchase any security. Nothing contained in this material is intended to constitute legal, tax, securities or investment advice, nor an opinion regarding the appropriateness of any investment, nor a solicitation of any type.The general information contained in this publication should not be acted upon without obtaining specific legal, tax and investment advice from a licensed professional.  The information, analysis and opinions expressed herein are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual entity.Please remember that all investments carry some level of risk. Although steps can be taken to help reduce risk it cannot be completely removed. They do no not typically grow at an even rate of return and may experience negative growth. As with any type of portfolio structuring, attempting to reduce risk and increase return could, at certain times, unintentionally reduce returns.Investments that are allocated across multiple types of securities may be exposed to a variety of risks based on the asset classes, investment styles, market sectors, and size of companies preferred by the investment managers. Investors should consider how the combined risks impact their total investment portfolio and understand that different risks can lead to varying financial consequences, including loss of principal. Please see a prospectus for further details.The S&P 500® Index, or the Standard & Poor's 500, is a stock market index based on the market capitalizations of 500 large companies having common stock listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ.The MSCI AC (All Country) World Index: Captures large and mid-cap representation across 23 Developed Markets (DM) and 24 Emerging Markets (EM) countries. With 2,791 constituents, the index covers approximately 85% of the global investable equity opportunity set.The FTSE 100 is a market-capitalization weighted index of UK-listed blue chip companies.With a fixed number of 600 components, the STOXX® Europe 600 Index represents large, mid and small capitalization companies across 17 countries of the European region: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. It is derived from the STOXX® Europe Total Market Index (TMI) and is a subset of the STOXX® Global 1800 Index.Indexes are unmanaged and cannot be invested in directly.Copyright © Russell Investments Group LLC 2022. All rights reserved.This material is proprietary and may not be reproduced, transferred, or distributed in any form without prior written permission from Russell Investments. It is delivered on an “as is” basis without warranty.CORP-12077Date of first use July, 2022

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung
TotalEnergies, Kohl's, Canopy Growth, Bitcoin, MicroStrategy - Opening Bell

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 9:50


Die Wall Street durchläuft aktuell wieder einmal schwierige Tage. Auch gestern schlossen die großen Indizes im Minus. Heute dürfte die schlechte Stimmung anhalten. Der Dow Jones notiert vorbörslich im Minus.

Inside Wirtschaft - Der Podcast mit Manuel Koch | Börse und Wirtschaft im Blick
#617 Inside Wirtschaft - Manuel Koch über Karriere an der Wall Street: "Für mich ist ein Traum in Erfüllung gegangen"

Inside Wirtschaft - Der Podcast mit Manuel Koch | Börse und Wirtschaft im Blick

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 5:15


Inside Wirtschaft-Chefredakteur Manuel Koch hat von 2011 bis 2014 täglich live fürs deutsche Fernsehen vom Parkett der New York Stock Exchange an der Wall Street berichtet. Wie ist er nach New York gekommen? Was waren die Schlüsselmomente? Wen hat er alles getroffen? Tim Grüger von den TradingFreaks fragt in New York vor Ort einmal genau nach. Alles Infos und Videos auch auf https://inside-wirtschaft.de

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung
Öl, Shell, BioNTech, Pfizer, Amazon, Walgreens Boots Alliance - Opening Bell

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 11:03


In den USA ist wieder Druck auf dem Kessel. Die Wall Street rutschte gestern nach verhaltenem Start ab. Vor allem die Technologiewerte gaben deutlich ab. Die Misere dürfte sich heute fortsetzen. Die großen Indizes sind vorbörslich im Minus.

Inside Wirtschaft - Der Podcast mit Manuel Koch | Börse und Wirtschaft im Blick
#616 Inside Wirtschaft - Max Wienke (XTB): "Schlechtester Jahresstart in der Geschichte der Wall Street"

Inside Wirtschaft - Der Podcast mit Manuel Koch | Börse und Wirtschaft im Blick

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 6:10


“Wir haben den schwächsten Jahresstart des S&P500 in der Geschichte erlebt. Dann hat sich die Stimmung weiter verschlechtert und wir sind in den Bärenmarkt reingerutscht. Trotzdem war das nicht ganz so dynamisch wie bei dem Corona-Einbruch oder der Finanzkrise 2008. Ein Bärenmarkt kann von einigen Wochen bis zu Jahren dauern”, sagt Marktanalyst Max Wienke. Welche Strategien sollten Anleger in diesen volatilen Zeiten jetzt fahren? Alle Details im XTB Market Talk mit Inside Wirtschaft-Chefredakteur Manuel Koch von der New York Stock Exchange und auf https://www.xtb.com

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung
Opening Bell: Öl, Bed Bath & Beyond, General Mills, Carnival, Microsoft, Eli Lilly, Smartsheet, Shopify

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 12:26


Die Wall Street ist in dieser Woche auf Richtungssuche. Gestern rutschten die Indizes nach positivem Start teilweise noch deutlich ins Minus. Heute wechselte der Dow Jones vorbörslich bereits mehrfach die Vorzeichen.

Inside Wirtschaft - Der Podcast mit Manuel Koch | Börse und Wirtschaft im Blick
#615 Inside Wirtschaft - Uwe Mahrt (Pangaea Life): Nachhaltige Sachwert-Fonds mit Wind- und Solarparks

Inside Wirtschaft - Der Podcast mit Manuel Koch | Börse und Wirtschaft im Blick

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 9:48


Nachhaltige Investments werden auch in den USA immer wichtiger. Die US-Börsenaufsicht SEC will jetzt die Regeln verschärfen. Ist das gut für Anleger? “Ich halte das für ein sehr positives Signal für Anleger. Man will hier Klarheit schaffen. Das was draufsteht, soll auch drin sein”, sagt Uwe Mahrt (CEO Pangaea Life). “Die Deutschen setzen noch sehr stark auf Versicherungen und Fondspolicen. In den USA ist die Aktienquote deutlich höher. Wir haben Sachwert-Fonds aufgelegt, die nicht an der Börse gehandelt werden. Wir bauen Wind- und Solarparks und bauen nachhaltige Gebäude. Unsere Rendite ist damit zurzeit zweistellig.” Alle Details im Interview mit Inside Wirtschaft-Chefredakteur Manuel Koch an der New York Stock Exchange und auf https://www.pangaea-life.de/fonds

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung
Nike, Adidas, Puma, Amazon, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Starbucks - Opening Bell

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 12:55


Die Wall Street hat einen recht trägen Start in die neue Woche hinter sich. Gestern kamen die großen Indizes nicht richtig in die Gänge, obwohl es vorbörslich phasenweise sehr gut aussah. Auch heute sind die Vorzeichen kurz vor Handelsbeginn grün.

Inside Wirtschaft - Der Podcast mit Manuel Koch | Börse und Wirtschaft im Blick
#614 Inside Wirtschaft - Tim Grüger (TradingFreaks): Mit NewsTrading erfolgreich Aktien & Währungen an der Börse handeln

Inside Wirtschaft - Der Podcast mit Manuel Koch | Börse und Wirtschaft im Blick

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 5:36


“Ich hab zehn Jahre für eine Bank gearbeitet und immer den Wunsch gehabt, mehr mit Börse zu machen. Mit unserem Ansatz des News-Tradings handeln wir auch sehr viel über die US-Börsen. Wir kombinieren Aktien oder Währungen mit marktrelevanten Nachrichten fürs DayTrading. Dafür muss man auch nicht zehn Jahre in einer Bank gearbeitet haben, sondern einfach seine individuelle Strategien finden”, sagt Tim Grüger von den TradingFreaks. Wie diese Strategien funktionieren? Wie viel Zeit man pro Tag zum Handeln braucht? Alle Infos im Interview von Inside Wirtschaft-Chefredakteur Manuel Koch an der New York Stock Exchange und auf https://tradingfreaks.com

Machine learning
WHY DID CHINA USE SOVEREIGN WEALTH FUNDS TOO BUY ASSETS

Machine learning

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 8:30


Sovereign Wealth Funds have been around for decades, but were not seen as a serious player in the global economy until 2005 when the US Federal Reserve, who were worried about the growing US budget deficit, made it clear they would not tolerate sovereign wealth funds buying up US assets This was seen as an attempt to protect the US economy and the US Dollar from the China threat€ Shortly thereafter, the US Congress passed the Foreign Investment and National Security Act of 2007, and China announced that they would no longer buy US assets https://www.govinfo.gov/app/details/PLAW-110publ49 With the US out of the picture, Chinese investors started to look elsewhere in the world for opportunities In 2007, the Chinese government created a sovereign wealth fund called the China Investment Corporation, and the next year it was announced that the CIC would be buying 10% of Blackstone Group, a US private equity firm The CIC's investment in Blackstone was seen as an investment in the US, and it was also seen as a way to get around the foreign ownership restrictions in China, and to invest in companies in China that were listed on the NYSE and other international stock exchanges In 2009, the CIC invested $3 billion in Morgan Stanley, and $5 billion in the Blackstone Group, valuing the two companies at $37 5 billion and $37 billion, respectively The CIC's Canadian investments have not always fared well. The fund bought a 17.2 percent stake in Canadian miner Teck Resources Ltd TCKb.TO in July 2009 for C$1.74 billion (£836.5 million). That stake has lost 72 percent of its value and is now worth C$492.3 million currently. CIC's bets on a string of other Canadian resource companies including Penn West Petroleum Ltd PWT.TO, SouthGobi Resources Ltd SGQ.TO and Sunshine Oilsands 2012.HK have also soured. https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-cn-invst-new-york/exclusive-chinas-sovereign-wealth-fund-to-open-first-u-s-office-sources-idUKKBN0TX22320151214 Cic bought a 9 percent stake in Thames water https://www.bbc.com/news/business-16643989.amp I At the height of the financial crisis the CIC invested $5.8 billion in Morgan Stanley. It also bought shares in aig. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-cic/chinas-cic-gives-breakdown-of-u-s-equity-stakes-idUSTRE6181K620100209 https://www.morganstanley.com/press-releases/morgan-stanley-receives-regulatory-approvals-for-cicc-stake-sale_8b63041b-0256-11e0-a939-47eef5319fc1. Us approves 10 percent stake in Morgan Stanley https://en.mercopress.com/2010/09/01/chinese-sovereign-fund-takes-control-of-10-of-morgan-stanley-s the CIC invested $1 billion in NYSE-listed Marathon Oil, and $600 million in NYSE-listed Hess Corporation China investment in national oil companies: https://iea.blob.core.windows.net/assets/900e23de-e76a-43ca-82fb-7dd6e70f11f9/PartnerCountrySeriesUpdateonOverseasInvestmentsbyChinasNationalOilCompanies.pdf CIC's total assets surpassed the milestone of USD 1 trillion, reaching USD 1.2 trillion, with net assets of USD 946.9 billion. http://www.china-inv.cn/chinainven/Media/2020-09/1001838.shtml In 2018 China sold its stake in black stone ending an 11 year relationship https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/14/business/blackstone-cic-china.html As of 2020 the cic invests 20% of its portfolio in information technology and 12% in financials and 12% healthcare. The cic believes renewables are the future of energy production. This is an error. Nuclear energy is the only way to achieve energy volume for future growth. http://www.china-inv.cn/chinainven/xhtml/Media/2020EN.pdf In 2020 cic assets valuations were $1.2 trillion and net income was $108 billion. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/david-nishimoto/message

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung
Nike, Microsoft, Autozone, Spirit Airlines, Prosus, Tencent, Baidu - Opening Bell

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 15:17


Die Wall Street scheint die neue Woche so zu beginnen, wie sie die alte beendet hat. Nämlich mit Gewinnen. Am Freitag schlossen der Dow Jones und die anderen Indizes deutlich im Plus. Heute bahnen sich vorbörslich zumindest leichte Zugewinne an.

CIO Weekly Investment Outlook
How dark are those clouds on the horizon?

CIO Weekly Investment Outlook

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 9:18


Tune in to this week's CIO Weekly Investment Outlook podcast, to hear from Dirk Steffen, Global Chief Investment Strategist of the Private Bank as he takes stock of a bleak economic outlook after economists warn a recession in the U.S. and Europe looks ‘increasingly likely'. Energy supply concerns and aggressive central bank rate rises have the potential to slow the global economy significantly, but with main asset classes currently available at a substantial discount and a U.S. Federal Reserve hiking cycle already baked into bond prices, could the upcoming Q2 earnings season be the catalyst to buy? For more investing insights, please visit deutschewealth.com This podcast may be considered marketing material. The value of an investment can fall as well as rise and you might not get back the amount originally invested. The services described in this podcast are provided by Deutsche Bank AG or by its subsidiaries and/or affiliates in accordance with appropriate local legislation and regulation. Deutsche Bank AG is subject to comprehensive supervision by the European Central Bank (“ECB”), by Germany's Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) and by Germany's central bank (“Deutsche Bundesbank”). Brokerage services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Securities Inc., a broker-dealer and registered investment adviser, which conducts investment banking and securities activities in the United States. Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. is a member of FINRA, NYSE and SIPC. Lending and banking services in the United States are offered through Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, member FDIC, and other members of the Deutsche Bank Group. The products, services, information and/or materials referred to within this podcast may not be available for residents of certain jurisdictions. © 2022 Deutsche Bank AG and/or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. This podcast may not be used, reproduced, copied or modified without the written consent of Deutsche Bank AG. 030620 030121  

Kingdom Faith Collection
Who's With You? 29/ Repair, Rehab, and Rebound!

Kingdom Faith Collection

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 6:20


Who's With You?Yes, I know some of you have multiple talents, gifting and talents. No, it doesn't matter where you live or what race you are or what time you were born. The only thing that matters is who's with you. Everyone can use good people around them to succeed, and who couldn't use someone who had access to many resources. Might I dare mention having people who can bankroll your dreams? When we look at the life of Apostle Paul we'll find that He depended on the voice of the Lord his God for direction and where to go and what to say. It mattered completely to Paul Who was with him. I capitalize the word Who because I am talking about God Almighty. In my life of ministry work it always came down to Who was with me for I had very little resources to do any of the work I've done. God has always made a way to see to it that His will was accomplished. This not just ministers but for all want to see God in their lives. You will far better to believe that God is, and that He is a rewarder to them that diligently seek Him. This series will focus on paying attention to that very detail, so please give this series your undivided attention. It will bless your life and the life of those around you to walk in the Favor and Grace of God.

Stifel SightLines Podcast
Learnings From Economic Theory: Inflation Has Gone Vertical!

Stifel SightLines Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 4:39


In this episode, we review the concept of supply-demand in economic theory, how some concepts we've been talking about – higher demand and supply constraints – are causing inflation to go vertical, and what that might mean for future inflation. To read this week's SightLines, click here. The views expressed in this podcast may not necessarily reflect the views of Stifel Financial Corp. or its affiliates (collectively, Stifel).  This communication is provided for information purposes only.  Past performance does not guarantee future results.  Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal.  Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit or protect against loss.  © Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated | Member SIPC & NYSE | www.stifel.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

First Look ETF
First Look ETF: New Funds Tackling Stagflation, Bond Sectors and High Growth Stocks

First Look ETF

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 18:47


In this episode of First Look ETF, Stephanie Stanton @ETFguide examines new ETFs that target the bond market (XBB and XCCC), stagflation (STGF) and companies with promising long-term growth prospects (WINN). The guest lineup for this episode includes:--Douglas Yones, ChFC, Head of Exchange Traded Products at NYSE-Joanna Gallegos, Co-Founder at BondBloxx -Axel Merk, CEO & CIO, at Merk Investments -Spencer Logan, CFA, CAIA, FDP | Director, Investment Specialist at Harbor Capital Advisors*********Key moments in the show0:00 Show starts here0:24 ETF investing strategies to be covered0:47 NYSE recap of latest ETF trends3:02 New approaches to bond ETF investing7:08 Tackling stagflation with a new ETF12:09 An active ETF strategy for selecting growth stocks16:09 Program wrap-up16:35 Show conclusion*********First Look ETF is sponsored by the New York Stock Exchange. Learn more at http://www.HomeofETFs.com

Russell Investments
Could UK inflation reach double digits?

Russell Investments

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 7:38


In the latest podcast update:·         Inflation surges in the UK and Canada·         Is global growth starting to slow?·         2-year U.S. Treasury yield drops as economic worries mountIMPORTANT DISCLOSURE:These views are subject to change at any time based upon market or other conditions and are current as of the date at the top of the page.Investing involves risk and principal loss is possible.Past performance does not guarantee future performance.Forecasting represents predictions of market prices and/or volume patterns utilizing varying analytical data. It is not representative of a projection of the stock market, or of any specific investment.This material is not an offer, solicitation or recommendation to purchase any security. Nothing contained in this material is intended to constitute legal, tax, securities or investment advice, nor an opinion regarding the appropriateness of any investment, nor a solicitation of any type.The general information contained in this publication should not be acted upon without obtaining specific legal, tax and investment advice from a licensed professional.  The information, analysis and opinions expressed herein are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual entity.Please remember that all investments carry some level of risk. Although steps can be taken to help reduce risk it cannot be completely removed. They do no not typically grow at an even rate of return and may experience negative growth. As with any type of portfolio structuring, attempting to reduce risk and increase return could, at certain times, unintentionally reduce returns.Investments that are allocated across multiple types of securities may be exposed to a variety of risks based on the asset classes, investment styles, market sectors, and size of companies preferred by the investment managers. Investors should consider how the combined risks impact their total investment portfolio and understand that different risks can lead to varying financial consequences, including loss of principal. Please see a prospectus for further details.The S&P 500® Index, or the Standard & Poor's 500, is a stock market index based on the market capitalizations of 500 large companies having common stock listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ.The MSCI AC (All Country) World Index: Captures large and mid-cap representation across 23 Developed Markets (DM) and 24 Emerging Markets (EM) countries. With 2,791 constituents, the index covers approximately 85% of the global investable equity opportunity set.The FTSE 100 is a market-capitalization weighted index of UK-listed blue chip companies.With a fixed number of 600 components, the STOXX® Europe 600 Index represents large, mid and small capitalization companies across 17 countries of the European region: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. It is derived from the STOXX® Europe Total Market Index (TMI) and is a subset of the STOXX® Global 1800 Index.Indexes are unmanaged and cannot be invested in directly.Copyright © Russell Investments Group LLC 2022. All rights reserved.This material is proprietary and may not be reproduced, transferred, or distributed in any form without prior written permission from Russell Investments. It is delivered on an “as is” basis without warranty.CORP-12072Date of first use June, 2022

Exploring Mining
Exploring Mining Podcast 285 - News from (NYSE: RIO) (NYSEAmerican: BTG) (NYSE: AGI) (NYSE: FSM)

Exploring Mining

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 6:21


Exploring Mining Podcast 285 - News from (NYSE: RIO) (NYSEAmerican: BTG) (NYSE: AGI) (NYSE: FSM)

Investorideas -Trading & News
Exploring Mining Podcast 285 - News from (NYSE: RIO) (NYSEAmerican: BTG) (NYSE: AGI) (NYSE: FSM)

Investorideas -Trading & News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 6:21


Exploring Mining Podcast 285 - News from (NYSE: RIO) (NYSEAmerican: BTG) (NYSE: AGI) (NYSE: FSM)

Seed to CEO: Stories from Cannabis Businesses
Suits and Boots: PharmaCann Execs Get Dirty to Learn How to Grow

Seed to CEO: Stories from Cannabis Businesses

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 41:48


Brett Novey was recruited in 2016 by two pals from his accounting days to join them at a small start-up called PharmaCann, which had just won medical marijuana business licenses in Illinois and New York. The company was comprised of accountants, financial specialists and lawyers who were trying to learn to grow cannabis at scale.  “There was a big learning curve,” recalled Novey, who did everything from development and sales to cultivation and manufacturing before becoming CEO in 2019. Today, PharmaCann has more than 50 dispensaries and 10 cultivation and processing facilities in eight states, mainly in the Midwest and Northeast. In this episode, listen to the tactics Novey and his team used to create a canna-empire, including:   Focusing on limited license states with big populations. Participating in day-to-day operations to learn about the plant and building and running cannabis facilities. Finding the right acquisition to take your company to the next level. Building trust with patients and regulators. Understanding how to reduce production costs. Communicating with employees   Who is Brett Novey? Brett Novey is the CEO of Illinois-based PharmaCann, a multi-state operator currently present in eight states, primarily in the Midwest and North East. In early 2016, Novey started with PharmaCann  wearing two hats — chief financial officer and chief operating office — before becoming CEO in 2019. Novey joined PharmaCann from KCG Holdings (a NYSE-listed corporation), where he was the global head of financial planning and analysis, responsible for capital management, forecasting and budgeting, among other responsibilities. Before that, he worked in the restructuring practices of accounting firms KPMG and Arthur Andersen.

The AI Eye: stock news & deal tracker
AI Eye Podcast 707: Stocks discussed: (OTCPINK: $GTCH) (NYSE: $HPE)

The AI Eye: stock news & deal tracker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 6:15


AI Eye Podcast 707: Stocks discussed: (OTCPINK: $GTCH) (NYSE: $HPE)

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Investorideas -Trading & News
AI Eye Podcast 707: Stocks discussed: (OTCPINK: $GTCH) (NYSE: $HPE)

Investorideas -Trading & News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 6:15


AI Eye Podcast 707: Stocks discussed: (OTCPINK: $GTCH) (NYSE: $HPE)

stocks discussed nyse ai eye podcast
Stifel Investment Strategy Brief Podcast
Investment Strategy Brief | June 2022

Stifel Investment Strategy Brief Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 20:42


In this episode, we discuss in depth a recent inflation report, learnings from the Fed's June meeting, and our views going forward. View the Investment Strategy Brief slides related to this episode, here Watch the video related to this episode, here The views expressed in this podcast may not necessarily reflect the views of Stifel Financial Corp. or its affiliates (collectively, Stifel).  This communication is provided for information purposes only.  Past performance does not guarantee future results.  Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal.  Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit or protect against loss.  © Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated | Member SIPC & NYSE | www.stifel.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Coffe N. 5
Don't Work for Money – Make Money Work for You with Kiana Danial

Coffe N. 5

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 27:01


On this episode of Coffee N°5, Lara sits down with finance guru Kiana Danial of Invest Diva. Kiana is an award-winning CEO and best-selling author who specializes in wealth management, investments, and demystifying the stock market. She sits down with Lara to discuss the difference between trading and investing, how to master the market like a pro, and why no one should “play” the stock market.What you'll learn:Kiana explains why the phrase “playing the market” is inaccurate. You don't “play with” your money; you manage and invest it responsibly. You'll learn the three components of risk tolerance when investing.She discusses how the crypto market is cyclical and how that relates to the importance of diversification. Kiana explains the first thing she invests in and why that's her go-to investment.Kiana Danial, CEO of Invest Diva, is an award-winning Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author. An internationally recognized personal investing and wealth management expert, she has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, TIME, Forbes, Kiplinger, Business Insider, TheStreet, Nasdaq, Fox Business, CNN, Yahoo! Finance, and Cheddar. Kiana is a highly sought-after commentator, professional speaker, and executive coach who has reported on the financial markets directly from the floor of NYSE and NASDAQ. Using her Diva Wealth Ecosystem, she built a $7M net worth within three years. A six-time author, Kiana's books include WSJ bestseller Million Dollar Family Secrets: Make Your Money Work for You to Create Generational Wealth, bestseller Cryptocurrency Investing For Dummies (published by Wiley in 2019), and the co-authored Million Dollar Moms, which achieved #1 status on Amazon in eight different categories in 2020. Kiana also won the Two Comma Club Award from ClickFunnels in 2021 and has spoken at the same stage as Tony Robbins. Kiana's mission with Invest Diva is to empower and educate moms to take control of their financial future by investing in the online financial markets and building a wealth ecosystem.To learn more about Kiana, follow her on Instagram and LinkedIn or visit her webpage.Join our Facebook group.Read Lara's guide to networking.Follow our host Lara Shmoisman on social media: Instagram: @laraschmoismanFacebook: @LaraSchmoismanLinkedIn: @laraschmoismanTwitter: @LaraSchmoismanLike and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts.Support the show

That Tech Pod
Advertising Diversity Through AI With PAI's Rebecca Finlay & EY's Todd Marlin

That Tech Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 45:00


Today on That Tech Pod, Laura and Gabi speak with AI experts, PAI's Rebecca Finlay and Ernst & Young's Todd Marlin.Rebecca Finlay is the CEO at Partnership on AI overseeing the organization's mission and strategy. In this role, Rebecca ensures that the PAI Team and our global community of Partners work together so that developments in AI advance positive outcomes for people and society.Most recently, Rebecca was Vice President, Engagement and Public Policy at CIFAR. In this role, Rebecca founded the Institute's global knowledge mobilization practice, bringing together experts in industry, civil society, and government to accelerate the societal impact of CIFAR's research programs. In 2017, she was responsible for the launch of CIFAR's AI & Society program to support international working groups on the questions AI poses for all aspects of policy and society. In 2019, she launched CIFAR Solution Networks to support multi-year, international teams in the development of responsible approaches to real-world applications of AI. She led CIFAR's partnerships with governments and public sector organizations, diversifying the organization's funding sources internationally.Prior to joining CIFAR, Rebecca held leadership roles in research and civil society organizations including as Group Director, Public Affairs and Cancer Control for the Canadian Cancer Society and National Cancer Institute of Canada. She began her career in the private sector building strategic partnerships, including as First Vice President, Financial Institution and Partnership Marketing for Bank One International. In 2019, Rebecca was honored as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). In 2022, she was appointed to the Strategic Advisory Council of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario. She holds degrees from the University of Cambridge and McGill University. She is an active volunteer and lives with her family in Toronto, Canada.Todd Marlin is a principal in Ernst & Young LLP's Forensic & Integrity Services practice and is the Global Forensic Technology and Innovation Leader. Mr. Marlin is a trusted advisor to the C-suite, board of directors and General Counsel on complex issues surrounding data, security and legal and compliance risks. His main focus areas are forensic data analytics,cybersecurity, computer forensics, fraud detection, and electronic discovery. Adept in big data analytics and data science, his team helps clients develop custom models to identify, expose and demonstrate relationships, trends and patterns within complex and disparate data. Mr. Marlin applies his extensive experience in data analytics and computer forensics to help businesses monitor, investigate, mitigate and recover from cyber breaches, as well asfraudulent and criminal activities by rogue employees. Mr. Marlin has led numerous global projects for Fortune 500 companies and worked with both inside and outside counsel to navigate data and security challenges in critical situations and to manage legal, regulatory and financial risks. His unique background in accounting and technology enables him toeffectively work with multi-disciplinary stakeholders in complex legal, security and compliance issues. He has appeared on behalf of clients in front of the NYSE and SEC. Mr. Marlin has also served as a Neutral Expert and an Expert and has been appointed in Federal Court as a Special Master relating to electronic discovery disputes.www.thattechpod.com

Boardroom Governance with Evan Epstein
Annemarie Tierney: On Secondary Markets for Private Company Stock, and Crypto.

Boardroom Governance with Evan Epstein

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 62:56


0:00 Intro.1:45 Start of interview.2:40 Annemarie's "origin story". She was born and raised in New Jersey. She went to the University of Delaware and later to the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law. She got her first job at the SEC (Corp Fin) right out of law school. She spent 6 years at the SEC, 5 of them focused on international corporate finance (bringing international companies into the US securities market). Linda Quinn (ex director of Corp Fin) called it her "Chamber of Commerce." Her team's job "was to make it as easy as possible for large international companies to list in the U.S." Reg 144A, Reg S.6:07 Her time at Skadden Arps (1996-2002). She spent 5 years at the Skadden London office, 1 year in the NY office.8:16 Her transition to the New York Stock Exchange as Assistant GC (2002-2008).10:17 Her time at NYFIX as GC from 2008-2010, before it got acquired.11:50 Her role at SecondMarket as EVP Legal, GC and Corporate Secretary (2010-2015). The firm was founded by Barry Silbert and was a pioneer on secondary markets for private shares (now Digital Currency Group).17:29 Her time at Nasdaq Private Market as VP, Head of Strategy and New Markets (2015-2018). 22:27 Thoughts on carve-outs (liquidity) for founders in venture rounds (pre-exit). SecondMarket's role in helping expand the shareholder threshold from 500 to 2000 shareholders (Jobs Act, 2012) allowing private companies to stay private for longer.26:30 Her time at Templum (a registered broker dealer/alternative trading system approved to conduct primary offerings and secondary trading in unregistered digital securities) as chief strategy officer and GC (2018-2019).28:23 About her firm Liquid Advisors, a strategic advisory firm offering private placement and secondary liquidity structuring and regulatory requirement services, including for digital or token-based securities. "I'm an accidental entrepreneur."32:30 On regulation of private markets, and her response to SEC Commissioner Allison Herren Lee "Going Dark" concerns. The challenging conditions for U.S. public companies (costs of being public vs benefits of staying private).38:00 Her thoughts on the market down cycle, including the SPAC situation.42:07 Her take on blockchain and crypto. SecondMarket started trading BTC in 2012-2013. "Blockchain provides a record-keeping that is immutable." SecondMarket created a Bitcoin Investment Trust. "I'm a huge supporter of blockchain/crypto." "I've been through so many ups and downs of the [BTC] price that I don't get fazed by it anymore." "It's the best performing asset class in the last 10 years, I don't think people can keep ignoring it."51:28 Her thoughts on the regulation of crypto (President Biden's Executive Order, Governor Newsom's Executive Order). "The market has been begging for clear crypto regulations for some time." "Some states have stepped up where federal regulators have been unwilling to state how to bank or regulate these assets." Crypto friendly environments like Wyoming or Miami. 55:24 The 3 books that have greatly influenced her life:The Hobbit, by J.R.R Tolking (1937)The Lord of the Rings, by J.R.R Tolking (1954)The Harry Potter books, by J.K. Rowling (1997-2007)55:25- Who were your mentors, and what did you learn from them?  Richard Koznik, ex Associate Director, Division of Corporation Finance at the SEC.Paul Dudek, also formerly from the SEC.Georges Ugeux, formerly from NYSE.Former SEC Commissioner Richard Roberts (former director of NYFIX).56:24 - Are there any quotes you think of often or live your life by? "Nothing to be afraid of if you jump off a cliff as long as you know that you have a safety net."57:09- An unusual habit or an absurd thing that he loves: Travel junkie! Her goal is to make it to 193 U.N. countries.01:00:09 - The living person she most admires: her mom.Annemarie Tierney is the Founder and Principal of Liquid Advisors. She is a seasoned financial services lawyer/strategist with substantial SEC, law firm, and in-house legal experience, as well as experienced in broker dealer regulation, blockchain legal and regulatory issues, securities transactional work, SEC rules and regulations, corporate governance, and international expansion. __ You can follow Evan on social media at:Twitter: @evanepsteinLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/epsteinevan/ Substack: https://evanepstein.substack.com/__Music/Soundtrack (found via Free Music Archive): Seeing The Future by Dexter Britain is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License 

BlockDrops com Maurício Magaldi
E-Stablecoin, MakerDAO restringe Aave, Notificação Judicial via Airdrop, e muito mais

BlockDrops com Maurício Magaldi

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 17:59


Drop 1: Electric Coin https://cointelegraph.com/news/scientists-claim-to-have-designed-a-fully-decentralized-stablecoin-pegged-to-electricity Drop 2: MakerDAO restricts Aave https://thedefiant.io/makerdao-vote-on-aave/ Drop 3: Airdrop de uma notificação judicial https://twitter.com/JerryGianakis/status/1536423045140725760 .. Mastercard NFT direct purchase https://cointelegraph.com/news/mastercard-to-allow-2-9b-cardholders-to-make-direct-nft-purchases FloorNFTs commit 1M fund for community builders https://twitter.com/floornfts/status/1536783383769935872?t=VtpMpXPREJ3DKbnLHmtiyQ&s=19 Ex presidente da NYSE, Stacey Cunning, joins Uniswap as advisor https://twitter.com/Uniswap/status/1537081901839695872?t=8RVQsu_-Sk8yTe_BeW9tJw&s=19 Circle anuncia stablecoin de Euro https://www.circle.com/en/euro-coin Mostre os seus ricos JPEGs no relógio Tag Heuer https://www.voguebusiness.com/technology/tag-heuer-watches-to-display-nfts-the-ultimate-status-symbol Colômbia prepara normas para cripto https://news.bitcoin.com/colombian-financial-superintendence-prepares-norms-for-crypto-transactions/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blockdropspodcast/message

Russell Investments
Is the U.S. more vulnerable to a recession?

Russell Investments

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 6:13


In the latest podcast update:·         Fed projects restrictive monetary policy by end of 2022·         ECB holds emergency meeting to address fragmentation concerns·         Are U.S. recession risks rising?IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE:These views are subject to change at any time based upon market or other conditions and are current as of the date at the top of the page.Investing involves risk and principal loss is possible.Past performance does not guarantee future performance.Forecasting represents predictions of market prices and/or volume patterns utilizing varying analytical data. It is not representative of a projection of the stock market, or of any specific investment.This material is not an offer, solicitation or recommendation to purchase any security. Nothing contained in this material is intended to constitute legal, tax, securities or investment advice, nor an opinion regarding the appropriateness of any investment, nor a solicitation of any type.The general information contained in this publication should not be acted upon without obtaining specific legal, tax and investment advice from a licensed professional.  The information, analysis and opinions expressed herein are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual entity.Please remember that all investments carry some level of risk. Although steps can be taken to help reduce risk it cannot be completely removed. They do no not typically grow at an even rate of return and may experience negative growth. As with any type of portfolio structuring, attempting to reduce risk and increase return could, at certain times, unintentionally reduce returns.Investments that are allocated across multiple types of securities may be exposed to a variety of risks based on the asset classes, investment styles, market sectors, and size of companies preferred by the investment managers. Investors should consider how the combined risks impact their total investment portfolio and understand that different risks can lead to varying financial consequences, including loss of principal. Please see a prospectus for further details.The S&P 500® Index, or the Standard & Poor's 500, is a stock market index based on the market capitalizations of 500 large companies having common stock listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ.The MSCI AC (All Country) World Index: Captures large and mid-cap representation across 23 Developed Markets (DM) and 24 Emerging Markets (EM) countries. With 2,791 constituents, the index covers approximately 85% of the global investable equity opportunity set.The FTSE 100 is a market-capitalization weighted index of UK-listed blue chip companies.With a fixed number of 600 components, the STOXX® Europe 600 Index represents large, mid and small capitalization companies across 17 countries of the European region: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. It is derived from the STOXX® Europe Total Market Index (TMI) and is a subset of the STOXX® Global 1800 Index.Indexes are unmanaged and cannot be invested in directly.Copyright © Russell Investments Group LLC 2022. All rights reserved.This material is proprietary and may not be reproduced, transferred, or distributed in any form without prior written permission from Russell Investments. It is delivered on an “as is” basis without warranty.CORP-12066Date of first use June, 2022

Stifel SightLines Podcast
Market Volatility: More Storms, Clear Skies, or Both?

Stifel SightLines Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 12:18


In this episode, we continue last week's discussion on drivers of market performance, reviewing a recent inflation report, learnings from the Fed's June meeting, and our views going forward. To read this week's SightLines, click here. The views expressed in this podcast may not necessarily reflect the views of Stifel Financial Corp. or its affiliates (collectively, Stifel).  This communication is provided for information purposes only.  Past performance does not guarantee future results.  Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal.  Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit or protect against loss.  © Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated | Member SIPC & NYSE | www.stifel.com  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Investorideas -Trading & News
Exploring Mining Podcast 284 - News from (NYSE: RIO) (TSXV: TAU) (TSXV: APN) (CSE: SLZ)

Investorideas -Trading & News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 5:59


Exploring Mining Podcast 284 - News from (NYSE: RIO) (TSXV: TAU) (TSXV: APN) (CSE: SLZ)

The AI Eye: stock news & deal tracker
AI Eye Podcast 706: Stocks discussed: (NYSE: $JNPR) (NYSE: $AI)

The AI Eye: stock news & deal tracker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 5:19


AI Eye Podcast 706: Stocks discussed: (NYSE: $JNPR) (NYSE: $AI)

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Investorideas -Trading & News
AI Eye Podcast 706: Stocks discussed: (NYSE: $JNPR) (NYSE: $AI)

Investorideas -Trading & News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 5:19


AI Eye Podcast 706: Stocks discussed: (NYSE: $JNPR) (NYSE: $AI)

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Caixin Global Podcasts
Caixin China Biz Roundup: Brutal Attack on Women Sparks Outrage

Caixin Global Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 7:48


Nine arrested after four women assaulted in a restaurant; Didi stops trading on NYSE; and Hong Kong's financial brain drain. Are you a big fan of our shows? Then please give our podcast account, China Business Insider, a 5-star rating on Spotify, Apple, or wherever you listen to podcasts.

Entrepreneur Network Podcast
NOAH GLASS of Olo on Treating Every Day Like It's Day 1

Entrepreneur Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 41:25


When Olo was listed on the NYSE, it was Day 5,769 of the company. But for CEO Noah Glass, it was still Day 1. Listen to this interview to learn about using digital data to make guests feel like regulars, on-demand commerce, and deciding to Embrace The Suck. LET US KNOW WHAT YOU LEARNED on Restaurant Influencers, presented by Toast. Try POPMENU Answering and Save $100: Make your restaurant better with TOAST:

Investorideas -Trading & News
Cleantech and Climate Change podcast - CEO of KULR Technology Group (NYSE: $KULR) Talks about thermal management and battery safety technolo

Investorideas -Trading & News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 17:52


Cleantech and Climate Change podcast - CEO of KULR Technology Group (NYSE: $KULR) Talks about thermal management and battery safety technologies

Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast
Episode 206: Sapioworkers

Know Nonsense Trivia Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 51:17


Quizmasters Lee and Marc are meet for a general knowledge trivia quiz with topics including Animals , Geography, Sports, History, Technology, and more! Round One OCCUPATIONS - A hagiography is a person who writes about what subject, which shares its name with an NFL NFC-South Team? SOCCER PLAYERS - Edson Arantes do Nascimento is a Brazilian soccer star better known by what name? U.S. GEOGRAPHY - In what Virginia city is the C.I.A. located? ANIMALS - With a name taken from the Malay word for "Forest Person", what kind of animal is considered to be the heaviest tree-dwelling animal? GEOGRAPHY - Mount Teide, a world heritage site and the third-tallest volcano in the world, is found in what Archipelago? LGBTQ+ ICONS - What trans composer provided the scores for the Stanley Kubrick movies A Clockwork Orange, The Shining and Disney's Tron? Round Two F1 RACING - What F1 racer holds the records for the most wins (103), pole positions (103), and podium finishes (183)? NAMES OF THINGS - What is known as a Mourning Cloak in North America and a Camberwell Beauty in the UK? STOCK MARKETS - In which city was the first U.S. stock exchange opened in 1790 (two years before the opening of the NYSE)? TECHNOLOGY - The Palais Royale Saloon in San Francisco was the first place to have a precursor to what installed in 1899? ANCIENT MEMES - What meme Law of the Internet, coined in 1990, states “as an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Hitler approaches 1.” GREAT BRITAIN - Glasgow, Liverpool, Newcastle and London are the only four British cities to have what? Final Questions SPORTS TERMS - In what competitive sport would you find an oche? EUROPEAN CAPITALS - Which European capital city started off as a town called Lutetia founded in the 3rd Century BC? Upcoming LIVE Know Nonsense Trivia Challenges June 15th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Challenge - Point Ybel Brewing Co. - 7:30 pm EDT June 16th, 2022 - Know Nonsense Trivia Challenge - Ollie's Pub Records and Beer - 7:30 pm EDT You can find out more information about that and all of our live events online at KnowNonsenseTrivia.com All of the Know Nonsense events are free to play and you can win prizes after every round. Thank you Thanks to our supporters on Patreon. Thank you, Quizdaddies – Gil, Tim, Tommy, Adam, Brandon Thank you, Team Captains – Kristin & Fletcher, Aaron, Matthew, David Holbrook, Mo, Lydia, Rick G, Skyler Thank you, Proverbial Lightkeepers – Elyse, Kaitlynn, Frank, Trent, Nina, Justin, Katie, Ryan, Robb, Captain Nick, Grant, Ian, Tim Gomez, Rachael, Moo, Rikki, Nabeel, Jon Lewis, Adam, Lisa, Spencer, Luc, Hank, Manu, Justin P., Cooper, Sarah, Karly, Lucas Thank you, Rumplesnailtskins – Mike J., Mike C., Efren, Steven, Kenya, Dallas, Issa, Paige, Allison, Kevin & Sara, Alex, Mike K., Loren, MJ, HBomb, Aaron, Laurel, FoxenV, Sarah, Edsicalz, Megan, brandon, Chris, Alec, Sai, Nathan, Tim If you'd like to support the podcast and gain access to bonus content, please visit http://theknowno.com and click "Support." Quizmasters Lee and Marc meet for a bonus general knowledge quiz on topics including Birthstones, Sports, Movies, Celebrities, Musicals, 90's Memes and more, exclusively for our supporters!

Russell Investments
Unpacking the latest announcements from hawkish central banks

Russell Investments

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 6:34


In the latest podcast update:·         Our assessment of markets through a cycle, valuation and sentiment framework·         ECB announces plans for July rate hike·         Could China's economy rebound later this year?IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE:These views are subject to change at any time based upon market or other conditions and are current as of the date at the top of the page.Investing involves risk and principal loss is possible.Past performance does not guarantee future performance.Forecasting represents predictions of market prices and/or volume patterns utilizing varying analytical data. It is not representative of a projection of the stock market, or of any specific investment.This material is not an offer, solicitation or recommendation to purchase any security. Nothing contained in this material is intended to constitute legal, tax, securities or investment advice, nor an opinion regarding the appropriateness of any investment, nor a solicitation of any type.The general information contained in this publication should not be acted upon without obtaining specific legal, tax and investment advice from a licensed professional.  The information, analysis and opinions expressed herein are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual entity.Please remember that all investments carry some level of risk. Although steps can be taken to help reduce risk it cannot be completely removed. They do no not typically grow at an even rate of return and may experience negative growth. As with any type of portfolio structuring, attempting to reduce risk and increase return could, at certain times, unintentionally reduce returns.Investments that are allocated across multiple types of securities may be exposed to a variety of risks based on the asset classes, investment styles, market sectors, and size of companies preferred by the investment managers. Investors should consider how the combined risks impact their total investment portfolio and understand that different risks can lead to varying financial consequences, including loss of principal. Please see a prospectus for further details.The S&P 500® Index, or the Standard & Poor's 500, is a stock market index based on the market capitalizations of 500 large companies having common stock listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ.The MSCI AC (All Country) World Index: Captures large and mid-cap representation across 23 Developed Markets (DM) and 24 Emerging Markets (EM) countries. With 2,791 constituents, the index covers approximately 85% of the global investable equity opportunity set.The FTSE 100 is a market-capitalization weighted index of UK-listed blue chip companies.With a fixed number of 600 components, the STOXX® Europe 600 Index represents large, mid and small capitalization companies across 17 countries of the European region: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. It is derived from the STOXX® Europe Total Market Index (TMI) and is a subset of the STOXX® Global 1800 Index.Indexes are unmanaged and cannot be invested in directly.Copyright © Russell Investments Group LLC 2022. All rights reserved.This material is proprietary and may not be reproduced, transferred, or distributed in any form without prior written permission from Russell Investments. It is delivered on an “as is” basis without warranty.CORP-12061Date of first use June, 2022

Stifel SightLines Podcast
Connecting the Dots: Drivers of Market Performance

Stifel SightLines Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 10:14


In this episode, we discuss numerous factors influencing economic and market performance. To read this week's SightLines, click here. The views expressed in this podcast may not necessarily reflect the views of Stifel Financial Corp. or its affiliates (collectively, Stifel).  This communication is provided for information purposes only.  Past performance does not guarantee future results.  Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal.  Asset allocation and diversification do not ensure a profit or protect against loss.  © Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated | Member SIPC & NYSE | www.stifel.com  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Investorideas -Trading & News
Crypto Corner Podcast 852: Stocks discussed: (NYSE: MA) (CSE: GBLC) (NasdaqCM: MARA)

Investorideas -Trading & News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 5:12


Crypto Corner Podcast 852: Stocks discussed: (NYSE: MA) (CSE: GBLC) (NasdaqCM: MARA)

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Investorideas -Trading & News
Exploring Mining Podcast 282 - News from (NYSE: FSM) (TSXV: SPOT) (TSXV: SAG) (TSXV: CVV) (TSXV: GPG)

Investorideas -Trading & News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 6:07


Exploring Mining Podcast 282 - News from (NYSE: FSM) (TSXV: SPOT) (TSXV: SAG) (TSXV: CVV) (TSXV: GPG)

The AI Eye: stock news & deal tracker
AI Eye Podcast 703: Stocks discussed: (NasdaqGS: #MSFT) (NYSE: $PG) (NasdaqGS: $BIDU)

The AI Eye: stock news & deal tracker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 5:14


AI Eye Podcast 703: Stocks discussed: (NasdaqGS: #MSFT) (NYSE: $PG) (NasdaqGS: $BIDU)

Cookies: A Basketball Podcast
Gimp or Die: Cookies 352

Cookies: A Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 119:31


New eps hit Patreon first! Monkeypox is in the air (2:05), mukbang videos (6:25), Kardashian weddings and pasta portion size (11:43), Frieze Week (28:03), Balenciaga at the NYSE (36), 21 Savage, an elegant Londoner (42:33), Heat vs Celtics, a clash of mechanical and instinctual stars (55:12), the Bob Cousy consensus factory (1:12:44), Mavericks vs Warriors and the limits of heliocentrism (1:21:44), is Golden State...ethical? (1:37:34). 

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast
Brett Harrison - President, FTX.US Ep #67

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 40:23


Brett Harrison is the President of FTX US, a US-regulated cryptocurrency exchange. Prior to joining FTX US, Brett was Head of Semi-Systematic Technology at Citadel Securities, where he managed technology for the firm's Options, ETF, OTC, and ADR trading globally. He began and spent the majority of his career at Jane Street, where he led the firm's algorithmic trading system development. 00:34 - The role of FTX.US' president01:24 - About FTX02:55 - Nontraditional brand marketing08:05 -  Educating people about Crypto10:46 - Being at the forefront of regulation14:52 - Collaborating with other players in crypto19:03 - FTX's policy in exchange and crypto23:19 - FTX and NFTs26:44 - CeFi / DeFi exchange and Cross-chains31:36 - Building interconnectivity between centralized crypto exchanges34:59 - Market hours in crypto?36:33 - Process of evaluating a token38:44 - Things he is hopeful for DISCLAIMERThe information on this podcast is provided for educational, informational, and entertainment purposes only, without any express or implied warranty of any kind, including warranties of accuracy, completeness, or fitness for any particular purpose.The information contained in or provided from or through this podcast is not intended to be and does not constitute financial advice, investment advice, trading advice, or any other advice.The information on this podcast is general in nature and is not specific to you, the user or anyone else. You should not make any decision, financial, investment, trading or otherwise, based on any of the information presented on this podcast without undertaking independent due diligence and consultation with a professional broker or financial advisor. Austin (00:10):I'm Austin Federa. Welcome to the Solana podcast. Today, we have Brett Harrison joining us, who's the president of FTX.US. We got a bunch to talk about today, including the role of FTX in the markets, his sort of path there, and a bunch of what's been going on recently in crypto. So, Brett, thanks for joining us.Brett (00:27):Yeah. Thanks for having me on, Austin.Austin (00:29):I wanted to kick it off. What does the president of FTX.US actually do on a daily basis?Brett (00:34):Yeah, for sure. A good question. So yeah, I joined FTX.US exactly one year ago. Little bit of background first. So FTX is obviously the global cryptocurrency derivatives exchange. It's the second or third largest in the world. Around a year and a half ago, FTX.US, a separate company affiliated with FTX, was started for the purpose of creating a US regulated set of businesses to be able to do things like offer a spot cryptocurrency in the US, but also to satisfy some of our broader ambitions to enable other kinds of investment products for US customers such as US crypto derivatives, stocks, and things like that. My role is to sort of help run the ship over here, hire the team, and put people in the right offices, but also like do everything from think about regulatory strategy and policy to some actual software development in architecture and on some of our products. So it's sort of a little bit of everything.Austin (01:25):Yeah. It's kind of an interesting role. How big is the FTX.US operations at this point?Brett (01:30):We're around 80 people right now.Austin (01:33):That's pretty sizable for one year.Brett (01:35):Yeah, for us at least.Austin (01:36):Yes.Brett (01:37):For sure.Austin (01:38):You're at the top of a pretty interesting organization nowadays. When you joined, the pace of excitement and interest in crypto from a mainstream audience was far lower. The presence of FTX was far lower than it is now. There's many people who are familiar with crypto, who have been for both FTX for a very long time, as both the FTX international and FTX.US as two different entities that play an important role in pushing the concept of a centralized exchange further. Before you guys came on the scene, the role of a centralized exchange was maybe not quite as professionalized as it is now. There's sort of more of a lot of respect in the market for the speed that FTX is able to execute on and both sort of the pace of innovation that's come out of that.Austin (02:23):But at the same time, in the United States specifically, which is where we're talking about today, you guys have done a huge amount of what I would call very traditional marketing usually reserved for banks, and telecommunication companies, and these sort of like old Titans of industry in the United States. But this is a very new operation. Walk me through a little bit about that process of saying not only do we see a target opportunity here, but we're not going to take the path of most other companies, and run a ton of digital ads, and put up select billboards. But we're going to put our name on AAA, IP, and media.Brett (02:55):It's incredible to see where we are now compared to a year ago, two years ago, and FTX.US were fairly obscure in the United States. Not so much overseas where FTX had already really gained a name for itself as this leading cryptocurrency derivatives exchange. And it was really competing with the other top exchanges around the world that have been trading these derivatives products traditionally. But in the US, we had just started. We're up against 10 year incumbents in the space and very few people ever heard of FTX. And now we're on Super Bowl commercials. We are the subject of congressional hearings. It's like quite amazing to sort of see the way that we've sort of infiltrated the crypto ecosystem in the United States, in a way that's really established our presence as a brand that people trust, as one that feels innovative and fast moving.Brett (03:47):So I think just taking it back a bit. So we wanted to be able to get into the US market, and the US has one of the largest retail user bases in the world, maybe the largest retail user base in the world. So the number of people who are traditionally using their phone to trade stocks, for example, for themselves, is just much higher percentage in the United States than almost anywhere else. And so you have this broad class of people now getting interested in crypto, who want to be able to have access to that as a means of investment. But if you think about where crypto has been for the last decade, there's been a lot of ups and downs and noise. You have exchanges that lose customer funds, or they go down, or they get hacked, or they like suddenly become slow.Brett (04:31):And if people are going to invest in this still fairly risky, volatile, asset class, where there's a lot to learn for people, it's a very high learning curve. They're going to want some brand that they feel they're comfortable taking that leap, and putting their money in, and investing with. And so in the beginning, it was very difficult to acquire customers for us. And then Sam had this idea of, what's the largest thing that we could do, as fast as possible, and reach tens of millions of people. And it's not go out and buy Facebook ads. And the conventional wisdom here for us was, "Okay, when's the last time you saw an ad on Facebook for like Citibank or JP Morgan, and you are like a Bank of America customer? And then you said, you know what, I love this Facebook ad. It's time to move all my money from my checking account to this other one." I think it doesn't usually happen. I think it's a pretty high activation cost for doing something like that. It's not like giving some new website a try.Brett (05:28):Just plain and simply this is like a serious investment decision. And so we really needed to build that trust for people, and do it quickly, and in a way that really established ourselves as a unique player. And so the biggest thing someone could think of was, well, what if we put our name on a stadium. And it seemed crazy at the time, but then we did it and we put our name on the Miami Heat stadium, the FTX Arena. It was an amazing deal, the right place at the right time, because we got to also work with Miami Dade County on many of their anti-gun violence initiatives. So it was a really good fit. And short time after that, we did two other big deals. One was with Tom Brady and the other one was with the Major League Baseball.Brett (06:04):And for those, first of all, Tom Brady being this universally loved and respected individual for just his incredible talent and drive. And then for Major League Baseball for being this time modern institution. I think it, the signal to people was imagine what it took, what kind of due diligence was required for an institution like Major League Baseball to come trust FTX, crypto exchange no one's ever heard of. And let alone do anything in crypto. That's how I think we were able to sort of catapult ourselves into the US market very quickly was through this somewhat non-traditional way of doing this brand marketing. And since then, it's been amazing. I mean, we went from 10,000 customers at the beginning of 2021 to like 1.2 million customers at the end of 2021. So a huge growth in a very short period of time, on the eve of some of our new product offerings that we're launching. So pretty excited about the growth so far.Austin (06:56):What's very interesting for me on this, apart from just the growth of FTX.US in general, is this is against the grain for, I would say, the last 20 years of marketing. Which is that you really want to focus on identifying your core demographic, activating that core demographic, using them as voices and ambassadors. And this is the way that most crypto exchanges, and honestly, most cryptocurrencies have gone about growth as well. They've said let's put a bunch of resources into the very narrow domain things that are working, and then it will be an organic growth kind of coming out of that.Austin (07:32):And you normally see something like branding rights for an arena or a major partnership with MLB or some, or any sports team, something along those lines as being something that a company that isn't trying to educate customers, but is just looking for general awareness, goes through. Right? Staples Center, UBS, all the big banks have their names on these places. Not because they're trying to differentiate Bank of America's products versus Chase's products, but because they want general awareness. What was that process like to say, "Okay, we've got a stadium, but no one knows what crypto is still." What's that part two of that strategy?Brett (08:09):Yeah. I think we had to rewrite the playbook there. Because we don't yet know what the right demographic is for crypto, but also we don't want to pre-select a demographic. I mean, the whole spirit of crypto is to enable people to have access to investment opportunities, wealth creation, control over your personal finances in ways that have typically been difficult for many parts of the country. And if we just sort of start by saying, okay, well, who is the most obvious demographic to target for this? And let's just run Facebook ads that target them. I think it sort of misses the point. We're here to educate people, as you said, about not just the investment class, but also the promises of the technology itself. The fact that this will represent a new way of building internet based applications, in ways that allow people to share in the upside of those applications. It's going to enable for greater robustness and stability by using decentralized technology.Brett (09:11):I think these are all things that it's going to be difficult to teach people over time, but we have to start somewhere. And that starts with a general awareness. And it starts with trust, right? People have to understand that we are a very legitimate company. We are highly regulated, contrary to popular belief. We have, between FTX and FTX.US, we have something like a hundred different regulators. We have 50 different licenses. We need to be able to break through the noise and convey that to people. And that's why we started more on this general awareness. And now we're doing some of the other stuff. Like we're starting now to run some Google ads. We're starting to go for iOS App Store placements and traditional SEO. And we're doing that now that we have the product that we like and we're happy with where it is, although we're always trying to improve it. And we've built that general awareness and trust.Austin (09:58):Yeah. So, so you mentioned that you are both in a highly regulated industry and yourselves, highly regulated, by various regulators who look at the industry. FTX has, over the last year, put itself at the forefront of regulation in crypto in the US. You and Chainalysis are right up there together, testifying in front of Congress, and also putting out this FTX policy proposal that came out, was that six months ago or so, as well. What was the decision making process like internally to say, this is something that not only do we want to engage with, but to actually make a decision to be a face of. There are many exchanges that operate in the US. None of them have necessarily taken that as the mantle, as proactively, we are going to put ourself in this position. I'm sure that was both risky, and you saw a lot of opportunity in that process.Brett (10:50):Yeah, absolutely. So there's the part that's specific to FTX and the part that's general. Starting with the part that's specific, we would like to be able to offer an array of different products and services in the US. Some of those has to do with spot cryptocurrencies. Regulation in the US for spot cryptocurrencies are not well defined. And that is because of the two market regulators that exist in the US, and the US is one of the few countries in the world that actually has two separate market regulators not one, the SEC and the CFTC, the lines of jurisdiction over digital spot assets are not very well drawn. That's not true for traditional securities like Apple and Tesla and US government bonds, which is regulated by the SEC. And it's not true for the CFTC, which regulates commodity futures, and other sort of broad based index futures, and sometimes security futures as well in conjunction with the SEC. But for actual things like Bitcoin to USD spot markets, it's not clear.Brett (11:47):And what we want to do is help shape that regulation, such that we can safely innovate and offer products that also protect consumers. And in terms of how we influence regulation, do so in a way that doesn't push all of the intellectual property and all that innovation overseas. I mean, you guys know this too, that so much of the intellectual property, the founders, the CEOs, the developers come from the United States. And then ultimately move themselves to somewhere outside the United States because they don't feel like they have a safe place to be able to build their business and to be an entrepreneur. We really want to help that. So I think that kind of actually combines both sort of specific and general of what I wanted to say.Brett (12:26):Which is that on the specific front, we want to be able to offer all the spot tokens that we think are appropriate. We want to be able to list CFTC regulated margin derivative products in the US for US customers. We want to maybe eventually do more innovative, ambitious things like create tokenized stocks or tokenized treasuries. But then, at the same time, we want to make sure the playing field is great for all crypto participants in the US. And they really want to stay here and work here and build here, because we just think that's going to be good for the country. Now what's been interesting for us in this journey of being this sort of public face of regulation and policy, is that what we found is the most effective thing that we can do as a company is just showing up in person. You'd be surprised how many companies, and this is not just crypto, send these large teams of lobbyists and lawyers to Washington hoping to sort of engage in policy discussions.Brett (13:17):And I'm not in the room for those, but I imagine some of those come off as disingenuous. Or there are cases where you can't really get in the weeds of a conversation because the right stakeholders aren't in the room. The fact that Sam and Zach and Ryan and Mark and I just sort of like go to Washington, and email the Fed or the Treasury or members of the House or the Senate or the executive branch, and just show up and talk to them. And say like, "We don't have an agenda. We're just here to answer questions. We know we're in the education phase." Same thing with regulators. We talk with the CFTC, SEC, FINRA. It is just great to show up in person and show that we are open honest people who really want to engage in dialogue. It's been so useful for everyone involved. And I think that's really helped shift the narrative of crypto being like anti-regulatory or anti-government in some way. And that's been really helpful.Austin (14:09):Do you see this as something that you're primarily, obviously there's a lot of upside for FTX in getting greater clarity around regulations and having a legal framework that it can operate in with more definition around it. At the same time you look across at other industries, the credit card industry, the banking industry, agriculture, et cetera. They have very well defined and powerful industry groups at this point. And you often see like a lot of the big banks in the US moving in lockstep with one another. How closely does FTX work with other large exchanges in the United States or other people in the crypto space? And if that's not really as mature as it is in other industries, why do you think that is right now?Brett (14:54):Yeah. Great question. We do to some extent. We do more now than we did before. It's almost certainly not enough. And partly it's because this industry is very new, and it's not super well defined exactly what we need, and there's differing opinions of how we get there. I also think that crypto has done itself a bit of a disservice in the past by being somewhat hostile to regulatory involvement. And you see this a lot on Twitter. And I think it's not super productive. We want to be able to create a market environment that allows for all participants to participate in a way that it safeguards them. And to just completely throw away a hundred years of regulatory development to think that we can just sort of do the whole thing better from scratch, with no protections, is almost certainly not right.Brett (15:44):At the same time, I'm very sympathetic to the idea that you could, through the act of regulatory requirements, end up excluding individuals for not good reasons. For example, there's a lot of people who criticize KYC by saying there might be disenfranchised people who don't have good drivers licenses. And so therefore they can't KYC with an exchange. And so you're actually excluding a certain segment of the population by doing so. And I think we are receptive to those arguments. And so we would like to be able to push the envelope forward with crypto and allow the greatest number of people to participate without prejudice. But we have to engage collaboratively and cooperatively with regulators to do so.Brett (16:27):And so we are now starting to talk a lot more with the other competitors in the space about what are our shared goals for regulation? What do we think about who should be regulating us? What do we think policies would look like in the areas of spot tokens, of stable coins, of listing procedures, of licensing for exchanges. And I think that we're making progress there. Because the thing we've heard all the time in Washington is, okay this proposal of yours sounds great, but it can't be just the FTX proposal. Washington's not in the business of picking winners and losers in industry. We want to see you guys come together as an industry. And so that's, it's going to be critical for us going forward. And it's not just the exchanges. I mean, it's the protocol tokens, it's the stable coin providers, the infrastructure providers, miners. Sort of all across the board, I think we just need to come together more as an industry.Austin (17:19):Yeah. It's one of those things where you look at the Web 2.0 industry, and I think it's probably pretty obvious that they say at this point that their unwillingness to come together around issues of establishing common frameworks for content moderation, common frameworks for when a user should be banned from a platform, those sorts of things have really opened them up to a lot of attacks from Washington about... You see these hearings in the Senate all the time when they're talking one company, why your policy different from another company? And then there's a void there, where the regulators and Congress aren't really sure how to write a law, but they have a lot of ideas about what could be changed. Given the decentralized nature of crypto, there's one level where it's like, there are these centralized companies like FTX, like Coinbase, like Kraken, like Chainalysis that are on one side of things.Austin (18:10):But then there's organizations like Solana Labs or the Solana Foundation, which have a very different role and place in the market. And don't always necessarily have the same incentive alignment in those sort of areas. One of the beautiful things about FTX is, or any exchange, is that it's a entity which makes money on the aggregate state of cryptocurrency. And so the specific whims of one network is not necessarily of huge concern to it. For example, the shutting out of a certain type of user, based on a KYC requirement, is much less of a burden in the United States or for something like an exchange, then it might be for... Like if you have to KYC every user, that's not a problem. If Audius has to KYC every user, that actually puts them at a significant disadvantage compared to a competitor like a Spotify. How do you think about both the role of the policy work FTX does within the exchange industry and the wider crypto industry in general?Brett (19:07):It's interesting to think about where we need to head as an industry together. I think a lot about the role of CeFi and DeFi and how they interplay. I think there's a lot of people online who sort of draw this very bright line between them. And it's like, if you're on the left side, you're a centralized player and you are completely antithetical to the whole point of crypto. And if you're on the right side, you're part of the golden club and true decentralization means there can never be anyone who touches anything involving like regulation or identification or safeguards and things like this. And I think, again, these are the kinds of counterproductive discussions I was talking about earlier. I think that we need each other to grow.Brett (19:47):The more DeFi grows, the more equitable access to financial markets will continue to grow around the world. And the more the need for centralized regulated players, like FTX, who kind of bridge the gap between the traditional financial system and DeFi, will play that role as well. As far as regulation goes, you're right. It's not clear where you go with a project like Audius. And you like it to be such that it's the same as Spotify, but then you get into these tricky issues of like, well, what is the Audius token? And how does that interplay with who can actually buy and sell that token and interact with the system in some way? You have more ambitious projects, on the topic of music, like can we create tokens for songs where people can receive token distributions for the number of plays that occur? And does that make it sort of like a dividend and a securities offering? Well, I don't know. And this sort of is very difficult to understand.Brett (20:39):But there are two strategies when it comes to regulation for a company like Audius. And so one strategy is to sort of move as fast as possible and try to always stay like a step ahead of regulation. And eventually, maybe the feeling and the ecosystem around DeFi regulation catches up to an Audius and everything is okay. It allows us to do what it does, and it was worth the risk because they got to innovate very quickly and become a profitable business. But that comes with its risks, that maybe regulation catches up to it in a bad way, and says, "You shouldn't have been doing this all along. And please give me all your profits back from the last couple years."Brett (21:16):There's another way, which is sort to walk in the front door, and be sort of transparent and obvious about what you're trying to do, and to try to operate within the regulatory envelope of some jurisdiction, and try to get this properly vetted and allowed to occur. And that has the benefit of sort of establishing clear rules and allowing for other companies to tread similar paths. On the other hand that could slow you down. And if you have one of these competitors, that's going to run as fast as possible, you might lose to them, even though you're doing the right thing.Brett (21:46):So there's not really a right answer here. And this is sort of a tricky space for DeFi. I will say in either case, I do think it's worth it for these DeFi projects for Solana Labs, for the founders and companies involved, and this kind of entrepreneurship, people in the United States should really start going to Washington more and just explaining what this stuff is. I mean, people kind of get what Bitcoin is, but people do not understand what Solana is and why it's different. And that should change. People should understand what Solana is, what all these other layer 1s are, these layer 2s are. What these different token projects are. Why they're interesting. Why they're useful. Why they represent a departure from Web 2.0. Why that's important. Why that needs to be fostered and why that needs to be grown. I think that would be something that we could continue to work together on, as industry participants, is the education piece.Austin (22:33):So changing topics a little, we've seen FTX.US try and enter a few different, I would say different markets than are necessarily like the original core. So one of those was the NFT marketplace. I think there's been it probably mixed success in that. One of the things that I found fascinating is how different NFT culture is from crypto culture. Obviously it's a subset, but a lot of the applications and the platforms that have been very strong from a crypto trading perspective, in terms of fungible digital assets have not had much success in the non fungible space. And the non fungible marketplaces have either had no interest or no success in moving into the fungible asset space. Talk a little bit about some of the learnings that you guys had in that process and how that's informing the decisions of where FTX expands into in the future.Brett (23:25):Yeah, it's fascinating. So I personally worked on the NFT marketplace a lot for us. And when we entered this space, we thought there's not enough competition for Solana NFT marketplaces. There was really only one at the time. And we thought, this is definitely an area that's ripe for disruption. We were not wrong. But at the same time we did it, six other players did it. And they were able to move a lot faster for a number of reasons. First of all, they were able to really focus all of their energy on the user experience, which was super important. The second is that they were just sort of deeply in that culture and they were able to create, continue creating that NFT culture, in a way that like you have to spend 150% of your time on that to be able to actually really keep up with it and get what's going on.Brett (24:11):And the third was the decentralized nature of it. Whereas most of the trading in fungible assets is occurring on centralized exchanges in a custodial fashion. Just about all the NFTs are trading in a non-custodial fashion. Hook up MetaMask to OpenSea, you