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FactSet Evening Market Recap
Weekly Market Recap - Friday, 30-Sep

FactSet Evening Market Recap

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 4:55


US equities were lower for the week, with major indices now down six of the past seven weeks. The S&P set fresh YTD intraday and closing lows on Friday, breaking below 3600 and touching the lowest levels since November of 2020. The path of least resistance remained firmly to the downside this week, with fears that "something is about to break" permeating much of the discussion. A big catalyst for this being the Bank of England announcing it would intervene in the Gilt market to restore orderly functioning in the wake of the Tories' tax-cut plans. This week saw a big barrage of Fedspeak that largely reiterated the raise-and-hold/higher-for-longer mindset. Surveys continued to show pessimistic sentiment, and oversold conditions did not generate much support for bounce attempts.

The Prophecy Club - All Broadcasts
Dollar Death, Global Revolutions, Angry Russian Bear 09/29/2022 - Audio

The Prophecy Club - All Broadcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 28:30


The GBP is down 23% YTD, worse than most 3rd world currencies. Moscow Exchange drops 9.2%. The Canadian Dollar is in a freefall. In other news, something strange is going on in China. Reports show there is an 80km convoy headed to Beijing. There are also signs in multiple countries showing some sort of world revolution is underway. These include a power struggle in China, riots in Iran, and Military Mobilization by Russia. 00:00 - Death of the Dollar Arrived 07:35 - Joseph’s Kitchen 11:00 - Chinese President Tighten Economic Ties 16:26 - Global Revolution 18:50 - Russia Preparing for Major War 22:26 - WW3 Has Already Begun 27:02 - Cornerstone Asset Metals 27:33 - EMP Shield

The Prophecy Club - All Broadcasts
Dollar Death, Global Revolutions, Angry Russian Bear 09/29/2022 - Video

The Prophecy Club - All Broadcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 28:30


The GBP is down 23% YTD, worse than most 3rd world currencies. Moscow Exchange drops 9.2%. The Canadian Dollar is in a freefall. In other news, something strange is going on in China. Reports show there is an 80km convoy headed to Beijing. There are also signs in multiple countries showing some sort of world revolution is underway. These include a power struggle in China, riots in Iran, and Military Mobilization by Russia. 00:00 - Death of the Dollar Arrived 07:35 - Joseph’s Kitchen 11:00 - Chinese President Tighten Economic Ties 16:26 - Global Revolution 18:50 - Russia Preparing for Major War 22:26 - WW3 Has Already Begun 27:02 - Cornerstone Asset Metals 27:33 - EMP Shield

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast
US Market Open: BoE intervenes to restore orderly market conditions, Gilts +350 ticks at best

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 4:29


BoE is to undertake temporary Gilt purchases and is pushing back the commencement of QT to restore orderly conditions.Initial debt pressure has given way to pronounced and increasing upside following the BoE's statement, Gilts +350ticks, Cable whipsawed but ultimately settled near pre-release.European bourses remain softer on the session, with sectors still defensive; though, this pressure has waned in wake of BoE action.Crude benchmarks gradually recovering as geopolitical tensions continue to simmer, EU meetings occur and as we look towards next week's OPEC+.DXY printed a fresh YTD peak at 114.78, to the broad detriment of peers (ex-CHF & JPY initially); though, has been easing from this peak since.Yuan buoyed by PBoC remarks against one-way bets vs the Yuan.Looking ahead, highlights include speeches from Fed's Daly, Bostic, Bullard, Bowman & Barkin, ECB's Elderson, BoE's Dhingra, Supply from the US.Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast
US Market Open: Recession/inflation concerns remain in focus with numerous Central Bank speakers due

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 3:27


European bourses are softer after a mixed cash open and despite a brief foray higher, Euro Stoxx 50 -0.5%, as sentiment remains subdued amid recession/inflation concerns.Stateside, futures are lower across the board in-fitting with peers going into a week of Fed speak and inflation data.DXY climbed to a fresh YTD high of 114.58 before paring modestly, but remaining firmer, as GBP in particular lifts off worst levels.Cable succumbed to a flash crash overnight, with GBP/USD hitting an all-time-low around 1.0350; FX peers hit by broader USD strengthGilts have retained some composure after slumping over 200ticks at the commencement of trade; EGBs/USTs downbeat in sympathyWTI and Brent November futures remain subdued in early European trade following last week's recession-induced losses.Looking ahead, highlights include Speeches from Fed's Collins, Bostic & Mester, ECB's Lagarde, BoE's Tenreyro, BoJ's Kuroda & Amamiya, Supply from the US.Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk

Money Wise
TINA is Dead, the Bear Market Continues & How to Know You're Retirement Ready

Money Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 81:04


Jeff, Joe, and Kyle are back with another week of market updates and hot takes on the issues that matter most to you. Last week, the Dow was down, the S&P 500 was down, and the NASDAQ was down. It's more of the same YTD, with all three significantly in the red. The Money Wise guys explain why the old adage of “TINA” is dead, and why something else has come back from the dead - the 60/40 portfolio. The guys talk about why the June low didn't hold, what the Fed is saying now, and how the Dow got to a new closing low. In the second hour, get ready to take the “Are Your Ready for Retirement” quiz. You don't want to miss the details! Tune in for the full discussion on your favorite podcast provider or at davidsoncap.com, where you can also learn more about the Money Wise guys or take advantage of a portfolio review and analysis with Davidson Capital Management. Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/moneywise/8681dba2-5364-4793-a75e-7a3252f280f2

TD Ameritrade Network
NOW, CRM, ADBE: Evaluating Cloud Stocks & Adobe/Figma Deal

TD Ameritrade Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 6:26


ServiceNow (NOW) shares down over 40% YTD. Dan Romanoff discusses the outlook for cloud stocks. He also talks about how Morningstar has a 5-star rating and a $240 price target on Salesforce (CRM). He then evaluates the Adobe (ADBE) $20B deal for Figma. He notes that he thinks the acquisition is strategically excellent but is concerned about both timing and very high valuation. Tune in to find out more about the stock market today.

Insight is Capital™ Podcast
45 What Diversification Play Tackles a Stagflation Blitz? The HRAA Playbook

Insight is Capital™ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 92:30


Our guests on this episode are our co-hosts , Mike Philbrick and Rodrigo Gordillo. They are principals at ReSolve Asset Management Global. They happen to also be the sub-advisors to the Horizons ReSolve Adaptive Asset Allocation ETF ( HRAA:TSX ).We talk about the chronic problem that the majority of us investors are UNDER-DIVERSIFIED. Profoundly under-diversified. Why? Diversifiers are either 'killing it' or 'killing you.' The problem is that effective uncorrelated diversifiers underperform during benign market periods, and therefore wind up being under-invested during volatile down market periods. This time has been no exception, as most investors have discovered.The past two years' conversations on this show with some of the industry's most interesting and successful thought leaders has been so highly instructive on this topic.It's become obvious in all these conversations is that our fellow hosts Mike, Adam, and Rodrigo from ReSolve Asset Management not only love to talk about what they do, i.e. what they're their cooking – they eat their own cooking. So it's fitting that today we're going to be talking thoughtfully about how ReSolve 'eats the free lunch' of global diversification.Having been in your shoes, as investors, as former advisors, and then as portfolio managers, Mike, Adam and Rodrigo and their firm, have been through multiple major market cycles. They each brought their personal experience and learnings of the last 20-30 years to the table and devoted the last 10-12 years to developing versions of what they do now at ReSolve Asset Management, in the strategies they manage and sub-advise. They co-founded ReSolve Asset Management in order to break out on their own in September 2015 and began the process of offering their investment strategies to investors via separately managed accounts, mutual funds, hedge funds, and ETFs (HRAA is sponsored by Horizons ETFs) in both the U.S. and Canada. The last three years, which have seen some the most volatile and unprecedented bouts of uncertainty and market fluctuations beginning with the Pandemic, and culminating in this years violent reaction to inflation volatility and rising policy rates, have been a rock-solid proving ground for ReSolve's strategies.YTD to September 21, 2022, HRAA has a positive return – during the same period that has seen the traditional assets of 60:40 portfolios get trounced, as inflation volatility, market volatility, and rising rates have moved sharply against both stock and bond values, broadly and at the same time.We hope you enjoy our conversation – we get to the bottom of these questions:– Where are we in the life-span of the last cycle's winning 60:40 portfolio model?– What are some diversifiers investors have been reaching for?– What is different about ReSolve Asset Management's investment approach?– What is HRAA?– How is HRAA possible?– What is ReSolve's Adaptive Asset Allocation framework?– How does it work?– What can you learn from it? – How does ReSolve manage risk?– How does the strategy provide tail risk protection?– How can you begin to think about risk-balanced adaptive asset allocation and portfolio diversification?– Where and how does it fit in a portfolio?==================================Where to find the Raise Your Average crew:==================================HRAA - Horizons ReSolve Adaptive Asset Allocation ETFReSolve Asset ManagementReSolve Asset Management BlogMike Philbrick on LinkedinRodrigo Gordillo on LinkedinAdam Butler on LinkedinPierre Daillie on LinkedinJoseph Lamanna on LinkedinAdvisorAnalyst.com

Unf*ck Your Biz With Braden
247 - From bankruptcy to a profitable business - An Interview with Luisa Alberto, Founder of People First Finance

Unf*ck Your Biz With Braden

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 63:35


On today's episode of the podcast, I interview Luisa Alberto, CEO of People First Finance about her profit and loss statement. People First Finance's mission is to ease the financial burden and overwhelm that holds too many ambitious enterprising women back from achieving financial autonomy. Luisa opened a brick-and-mortar juice bar in San Francisco that closed its doors when Luisa had to declare bankruptcy for the business. The business was a partnership and was carrying a lot of debt. Luisa leveraged the lessons she learned from this experience to segue into 1:1 coaching. Going into the business bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, it wasn't until filing for bankruptcy that Luisa and her partner realized they were personal guarantors for the business loans they had taken so it had to be a personal bankruptcy. Before this, Luisa was in an excellent personal finance situation with great credit, which did help applying for a credit card after bankruptcy. Bankruptcy does not have to destroy you and there are options to build back up your credit. A secured credit card (one where you essentially make a down-payment toward the line of credit) is one option to help build credit. There is no one way to structure your own financial journey. You have to focus on what is best for you. Looking back on the juice bar, Luisa shares that she while the location was chosen for the high level of foot traffic (second highest in San Francisco) the space at the food hall was small and did not have the infrastructure that allowed them to produce the amount of revenue needed to not only cover all overhead and debt but have any kind of profit margin. People First Finance offers done-for-you services for agency owners and service providers and advisory services for all kinds of businesses. We dive into People First Finance's profit and loss statement (P&L) for this fiscal year through end of August. They have $161,800 in gross revenue. On the business's P&L there are sublines for sales and for services, the difference being retainer clients versus one-off services. People First Finance is an agency made up of three bookkeepers, one CPA, a subcontracted tax professional, a director of operations and a virtual assistant. People First Finance is an S Corp and Luisa and her accountant are both employees. The rest are contactors with their own businesses with People First Finance being one of their clients and paying them an hourly rate. The team was built through Luisa's networking. For her own business, Luisa uses Collective for her bookkeeping instead of a member of her team to keep a line of separation between her contractors and her own business as well as to get an insight into how their company works and because Luisa knows what questions to ask them. When getting her P&L there are a few things Luisa looks for. First, she looks to make sure revenue is captured properly with nothing double counted. Then, she makes sure all her contractors are organized and that it matches what she spent on billable contractors versus overhead and ops. She also checks the balance sheet for accurate journal entries. Breaking down the Contractor expenses, Luisa has accounting subcontractors, bookkeeping subcontractors and financial specialist. General contractors is an operations expenses and covers the Director of Operations and virtual assistant. Bookkeepers are billable work related to direct costs. The placement of line items on a Profit & Loss can be called a tax net neutral mistake if it is on your P&L accurately but listed in an improper category. At the time of recording, Luisa was approaching her first year in business this week. Starting the business, she pulled in clients she had from her personal coaching and consulting which set the baseline before adding additional clients. Luisa has focused on building a team in the last few months to support doubling revenue over the next year. Currently, Luisa's at about $36,000 in contractor expenses which is about 30%. Her target direct labor cost is 40% or less of gross revenue and 20% or less of gross revenue for operating expenses. Other line items include meals, Luisa's health insurance runs through payroll to save self-employment taxes on health insurance. Luisa went the HSA route for her IRA. When you have an S Corp, your salary comes through the business. The lower it is the more you spend on taxes, but it also needs to be considered reasonable. When looking at P&Ls for clients, Luisa often sees a lot of duplicated accounts where repeated expenses are getting categorized differently when they come in each month. Looking at Luisa's P&L pie chart if we broke it into thirds, her YTD salary goal is $33,300. Looking at the expense total of $142,000 and subtracting $33,000, expenses other than salary would be $109,000 and then profit after salary and expenses is $19,000. Luisa plans to look at profit more strategically next year in a way to increase tax liability and therefore maybe not increasing her salary in order to max out her retirement account instead for example. Different methodologies work for different people, it's not just about profit first and that may not be the one that's best for you. Luisa shares that your finances “don't have to be hard.” What we really need to focus on is the compliance piece. You don't need to get fancy with your cash flow, you just need to know and organize what everything is that is coming in and out of your business. Your business decisions rely on the accuracy of this information being well-documented. Having a business bank account makes this all streamlined and more efficient and easy. Get in Touch with Our Guest Luisa Alberto, CEO of People First FinanceVisit the People First Finance Website Follow and send a DM Instagram at @peoplefirstfinance Connect with Luisa on LinkedIn Join the waitlist experience happening now through October 12th

Fularsız Entellik
Deniz Özturhan ile Feminist Gece Yürüyüşü, İfşa ve Mizah

Fularsız Entellik

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 33:03


8 Mart Kadınlar Günü için planladığımız bir sohbeti çok çok çok az bir gecikmeyle yayınlıyoruz. Tüm konular aşağıdalar, konuğum Deniz Özturhan'ı takip etmek isterseniz:Olumlu Dünya (podcast)Saygıdeğer Eski Eşim (youtube)Deniz Özturhan ile YTD (youtube)Çok da Fifi (standup)(Bunca bölümdür devam etmemi sağlayan tek şey, Patreon'dan irili ufaklı destek veren sizin gibi dinleyiciler. Bu destek doğrudan bana geliyor, normal reklam gelirleri ise yapımcımla paylaşılıyor. Ayrıca: Safsatalar Ansiklopedisi Kısaltılmış Edisyon).Bu podcast, Disney+ hakkında reklam içerir..Bölümler:(00:15) Önümüzdeki üç bölüm(02:17) Kadınlar gününde karanfil dağıtan adamlar(04:50) Erkeklik avantajları(07:40) Standup dünyası(09:30) Kadınlar komik değil ısrarı(12:00) Mizahın erkekliği ve menopoz(13:15) Kadın mizahının ekonomisi(15:45) Mizahın baskıyla ilişkisi(16:50) Feminizmin derdi hayatta kalmak(18:10) Evrim, adaletsizlik ve erkeğin lüzumu(22:55) Trans-feminist tartışması(25:05) Akıllara ziyan ateizm analojisi(26:25) Medyanın etkisi(27:40) Fraksiyonlar(29:50) İfşa konusu(32:15) BitiremeyişSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast
US Market Open: Initial Putin induced risk-off has dissipated ahead of the FOMC

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 2:15


Stocks in Europe have clambered off worst levels with the region now trading mixed on the eve of the FOMC following the initial Russian-induced downsideUS equity futures are modestly firmer, but near the unchanged mark overallUSD bid on risk-aversion pre-FOMC, though the DXY has since eased from the fresh YTD high at 110.87The concerted initial bid for core benchmarks has waned with yields subduedCrude propped up by the Russian rhetoric and relatively resilient to the paring of initial moves elsewhereSpecifically, Russian President Putin declared a partial mobilisation and used "nuclear" language in a threat to the westLooking ahead, highlights include the FOMC Policy Announcement & Press ConferenceRead the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk

The Vox Markets Podcast
904: Tony Burt of East Imperial: H1 double digit revenue growth & significant strategic milestones achieved

The Vox Markets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 9:25


Tony Burt, CEO of East Imperial #EISB talks about the double digit revenue growth and significant strategic milestones achieved in H1 along with recovery in the business post-covid meaning they expect to see the return to growth in the second half. Summary ● Revenues up 26.3% from £1.02m to £1.28m, reflecting the return of key on premise markets and normalised trading patterns in the US and Europe ● Strong improvement in net cash of £1.5m (H1 2021: £0.2m) due to the capital raise in January 2022. Q2 saw significant lowering of cash requirements compared to Q1 2022 ● Margins recovering in Q2 2022 (YTD at 17.4%; June 2022 up to 22.3%) as margin improvement programme continues ● Key US market saw sales up 132% year on year as expansion in this priority market continues and cornerstone APAC market shows positive signs of post-Covid recovery ● The current operating loss represents our commitment to the investment in the business and the growth opportunities in global markets. Strategic Highlights ● US distribution agreement with Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC) and national distribution partnership enjoying successful roll out with East Imperial now available in 12 states ● China distribution agreement with Wen Hua Hang Wine Spirits Company to supply East Imperial's entire range across the Chinese Mainland and Macau. ● In advanced talks to appoint a bottling partner in the fast-growing US market, offering significant cost savings as the brand expands ● Light Tonic introduced in Q2 satisfying ongoing demand in all territories for lower sugar options and offering an ultra-premium low calorie tonic water, without compromising on flavour To read the full RNS click here

Becker Group C-Suite Reports Business of Accounting Podcast
18 Stories and Notes We are Following this Morning 9-19-22

Becker Group C-Suite Reports Business of Accounting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:37


In this episode Scott discusses: The major indexes fell Friday with the Nasdaq down .90%, the S&P down .72% and the Dow down .45%. The markets are overall having an awful year with the Dow down 15.18% YTD, the Nasdaq 26.82% and the S&P 500 down 18.73%. Futures point down again this AM with the […]

Becker Group Business Strategy Women’s Leadership 15 Minute Podcast
18 Stories and Notes We are Following this Morning 9-19-22

Becker Group Business Strategy Women’s Leadership 15 Minute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:37


In this episode Scott discusses: The major indexes fell Friday with the Nasdaq down .90%, the S&P down .72% and the Dow down .45%. The markets are overall having an awful year with the Dow down 15.18% YTD, the Nasdaq 26.82% and the S&P 500 down 18.73%. Futures point down again this AM with the […]

Carole Baskins Diary
2018-10-24 Carole Baskin's Diary

Carole Baskins Diary

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 1:39


Howie's Financial Report to the Finance Committee Attached please find our 9 month year over year comparison.  We are having a record year.   Donations are up $320k largely due to two new large donors ($105k and $25K) and the Facebook fundraisers supporters initiate and the donate button on our Facebook live broadcasts.   The number of visitors is only up 2% but revenue is up $93k partly due to a price increase implemented late last year and due to a push to do more of our higher priced keeper tours and private tours.   Rental income is up $80k.   Total expenses are up only 2% with some up, some down.   The result is YTD net of $870k, with only $21k in bequests, vs $383k this time last year, up $487k.   With less than $200k in capital expenditures this year so far, most of this has gone to increase our cash position to $3.5 million.   I look forward to seeing you Thursday morning and review this in more detail.   Howard Baskin Advisory Board Chairman   Hi, I'm Carole Baskin and I've been writing my story since I was able to write, but when the media goes to share it, they only choose the parts that fit their idea of what will generate views.  These are my views and opinions. If I'm going to share my story, it should be the whole story.  The titles are the dates things happened. If you have any interest in who I really am please start at the beginning of this playlist: http://savethecats.org/   I know there will be people who take things out of context and try to use them to validate their own misconception, but you have access to the whole story.  My hope is that others will recognize themselves in my words and have the strength to do what is right for themselves and our shared planet.     You can help feed the cats at no cost to you using Amazon Smile! Visit BigCatRescue.org/Amazon-smile   You can see photos, videos and more, updated daily at BigCatRescue.org   Check out our main channel at YouTube.com/BigCatRescue   Music (if any) from Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com) This video is for entertainment purposes only and is my opinion.  Closing graphic with permission from https://youtu.be/F_AtgWMfwrk

Becker Group C-Suite Reports Business of Wealth Management
18 Stories and Notes We are Following this Morning 9-19-22

Becker Group C-Suite Reports Business of Wealth Management

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:37


In this episode Scott discusses: The major indexes fell Friday with the Nasdaq down .90%, the S&P down .72% and the Dow down .45%. The markets are overall having an awful year with the Dow down 15.18% YTD, the Nasdaq 26.82% and the S&P 500 down 18.73%. Futures point down again this AM with the […]

Becker Group C-Suite Reports Business of Real Estate
18 Stories and Notes We are Following this Morning 9-19-22

Becker Group C-Suite Reports Business of Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:37


In this episode Scott discusses: The major indexes fell Friday with the Nasdaq down .90%, the S&P down .72% and the Dow down .45%. The markets are overall having an awful year with the Dow down 15.18% YTD, the Nasdaq 26.82% and the S&P 500 down 18.73%. Futures point down again this AM with the […]

Becker Group C-Suite Reports Business of Media and Marketing
18 Stories and Notes We are Following this Morning 9-19-22

Becker Group C-Suite Reports Business of Media and Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:37


In this episode Scott discusses: The major indexes fell Friday with the Nasdaq down .90%, the S&P down .72% and the Dow down .45%. The markets are overall having an awful year with the Dow down 15.18% YTD, the Nasdaq 26.82% and the S&P 500 down 18.73%. Futures point down again this AM with the […]

Becker Group C-Suite Reports Business of Law Podcast
18 Stories and Notes We are Following this Morning 9-19-22

Becker Group C-Suite Reports Business of Law Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:37


In this episode Scott discusses: The major indexes fell Friday with the Nasdaq down .90%, the S&P down .72% and the Dow down .45%. The markets are overall having an awful year with the Dow down 15.18% YTD, the Nasdaq 26.82% and the S&P 500 down 18.73%. Futures point down again this AM with the […]

Becker Group Business Strategy Podcast Series
18 Stories and Notes We are Following this Morning 9-19-22

Becker Group Business Strategy Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:37


In this episode Scott discusses: The major indexes fell Friday with the Nasdaq down .90%, the S&P down .72% and the Dow down .45%. The markets are overall having an awful year with the Dow down 15.18% YTD, the Nasdaq 26.82% and the S&P 500 down 18.73%. Futures point down again this AM with the […]

Becker Group Business Strategy 15 Minute Podcast
18 Stories and Notes We are Following this Morning 9-19-22

Becker Group Business Strategy 15 Minute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:37


In this episode Scott discusses: The major indexes fell Friday with the Nasdaq down .90%, the S&P down .72% and the Dow down .45%. The markets are overall having an awful year with the Dow down 15.18% YTD, the Nasdaq 26.82% and the S&P 500 down 18.73%. Futures point down again this AM with the […]

Becker Group Business of Pot 15 Minute Podcast
18 Stories and Notes We are Following this Morning 9-19-22

Becker Group Business of Pot 15 Minute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:37


In this episode Scott discusses: The major indexes fell Friday with the Nasdaq down .90%, the S&P down .72% and the Dow down .45%. The markets are overall having an awful year with the Dow down 15.18% YTD, the Nasdaq 26.82% and the S&P 500 down 18.73%. Futures point down again this AM with the […]

Becker Group C-Suite Reports Business of Private Equity
18 Stories and Notes We are Following this Morning 9-19-22

Becker Group C-Suite Reports Business of Private Equity

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 5:37


In this episode Scott discusses: The major indexes fell Friday with the Nasdaq down .90%, the S&P down .72% and the Dow down .45%. The markets are overall having an awful year with the Dow down 15.18% YTD, the Nasdaq 26.82% and the S&P 500 down 18.73%. Futures point down again this AM with the […]

Money Wise
The Chickens Are Coming Home to Roost & The Best Investment Advice Ever

Money Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 80:52


Jeff, Joe, and Kyle kick off the show with their customary market update. Last week saw the Dow down 4.1%, the S&P 500 was down 4.8%, and the NASDAQ was down 5.5%. All three remain down YTD. The guys get a bit political as they discuss a tough week for investors, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) numbers, the Fed, and more. They encourage listeners to always “vote your wallet” but spar about economic realities regardless of political party. They dig into why the CPI report was so impactful this time around, the unwinding of call option trades, and the positive moves the financial press didn't report. In the second hour, the Money Wise guys share what can only be called “The Best Investment Advice Ever.” You don't want to miss the details! Tune in for the full discussion on your favorite podcast provider or at davidsoncap.com, where you can also learn more about the Money Wise guys or take advantage of a portfolio review and analysis with Davidson Capital Management. Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/moneywise/4f18061e-9463-4f64-bd2f-9ada1f91ea68

BFM :: Market Watch
India's Equity Market Shines

BFM :: Market Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 8:43


India's broader stock market index Nifty 50 has risen by 18% from its YTD lows in June after being sold down for the earlier part of the year. Pramod Amthe, Head of Equity Research at Incred CGS CIMB, India tells us what the investment opportunities are and also if government policy has been pro-market.

BFM :: General
India's Equity Market Shines

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 8:43


India's broader stock market index Nifty 50 has risen by 18% from its YTD lows in June after being sold down for the earlier part of the year. Pramod Amthe, Head of Equity Research at Incred CGS CIMB, India tells us what the investment opportunities are and also if government policy has been pro-market.

More Than More
1st Year Lessons from the Pros with Megan Hill Mitchum, Jenn Clark & Gina Swanson

More Than More

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 105:02


If you could pick the brains of the top real estate agents in your market, what would you ask them? Join Dylan de Bruin as he sits down with top agents, Megan Hill Mitchum (17 years experience, ranked #3 in Iowa*), Jenn Clark (23 years experience, ranked #15 in Iowa*) and Gina Swanson (8 years experience, ranked #8 in Iowa*). In this episode, you'll hear how these three powerhouse agents got their start in real estate and how they built up the business they have today. You're sure to learn a lot, laugh a bit and want a mimosa by episode end (listen for the champagne pop!).    *Rankings are provided by Century 21 Real Estate LLC  and rank Individual Producers in the state of Iowa by AGC. These rankings reflect YTD 2022 transactions with a close date of 07/31/2022 and a paid date of 08/02/2022.

Between the Bells
Morning Bell 14 September

Between the Bells

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 3:42


US markets snapped the recent rally overnight following the release of key inflation data for August showing the world's largest economy's inflation rate hit 8.3% for the month which is a decline from July's 8.5% but above the market expectations of 8.1%. Investors sharply sold out of stocks broadly on Wall St over concerns the Fed will take even more aggressive action to cool inflation by rising interest rates further. The Dow Jones fell 3.3%, the Nasdaq plunged 4.35% and the S&P500 fell 3.52%.The sell-off extended over to London where the FTSE 100's green run came to an end with the index falling 1.17% while Germany's DAX closed the day down 1.6%, and the French CAC lost 1.4%.Ukraine's recent advances and counterattacks in the nation's recaptured area to 6,000 square kilometres which has impressed the White House and other western allies. From a markets perspective, global markets just want to see de-escalation of tensions to help stabilise inflation and cool the global energy crisis.What to watch today:Locally, the global energy crisis has driven demand for Australian-based energy stocks with the sector up 37.36% YTD as countries look for new supply deals with Australian providers which we have already seen through Woodside Energy (ASX:WDS) signing a supply agreement for the supply of LNG with Europe. This year, the energy sector is one of just two sectors that have posted gains in the current market environment.In commodities, crude oil is trading almost half a percent lower at US$87 a barrel, natural gas is up almost 1%, gold is trading more than 1.2% lower at US$1,703 an ounce, and iron ore is flat around US$104 a tonne.Ahead of the local trading day, ASX futures is expecting the market's green streak to come to an end today, with the futures expecting a fall of 1.75% to start the day on the back of that sharp sell-off in the US overnight.On the economic data front for today, UK inflation data for August is released this afternoon with the market expecting an increase to 10.2% from 10.1% in July.Trading Ideas:Bell Potter maintains a buy rating on The a2 Milk Company (ASX:A2M) and has increased its share price target from $6.35 to $6.60 following recent market updates including its New Zealand baby formula manufacturer Synlait Milk having its licence to produce baby formula for the Chinese market extended until February 2023.Trading Central has identified a bullish signal on Brambles (ASX:BXB) following a pattern forming over a period of 15-days which is roughly the period of time in which the price target between the range of $13.10-$13.40 may be achieved from the close of $12.08, according to standard principles of technical analysis.

BFM :: Market Watch
Property Sector Still Stays Cool

BFM :: Market Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 9:19


The performance of listed property players on Bursa has been challenging with the KL Prop Index down 7% YTD reflecting the general trend of earnings. However will Budget 2023 bring much needed catalysts for this sector or has the recent hike in the OPR pushed the recovery in the sector further back. Loong Kok Wen, Senior Analyst, RHB Research gives us her insights.

BFM :: General
Property Sector Still Stays Cool

BFM :: General

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 9:19


The performance of listed property players on Bursa has been challenging with the KL Prop Index down 7% YTD reflecting the general trend of earnings. However will Budget 2023 bring much needed catalysts for this sector or has the recent hike in the OPR pushed the recovery in the sector further back. Loong Kok Wen, Senior Analyst, RHB Research gives us her insights.

Business Standard Podcast
What should investors do as India looks to shine amid global gloom?

Business Standard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 3:32


The sharp recovery from June lows has helped benchmark indices recoup all the year-to-date losses.  The YTD gains for benchmark Nifty50 and Sensex indices now stands at over 1%. In comparison, global peers across the US, Asia and Europe are down in the range of 2% to 42%. Analysts say the one-way rally over the past two months has been triggered by strong foreign portfolio investments, drop in commodity prices, and hopes of less aggressive rate hike by the Reserve Bank of India. They also expect India's relative outperformance to continue as it looks better placed with a healthy economic recovery and remains one of the fastest growing major economies. So, which are the stocks and sectors that should be on your radar? Analysts say investors should start nibbling in stocks with a focus towards the domestic economy-related sectors. Sunil Subramaniam, MD and CEO, Sundaram Mutual says global economy is going through anticipated downturn and India stands out as a shining light. Fall in oil prices ensues positive for the Indian economy.  Focus on Infrastructure, capital goods, building materials. Falling commodity prices to benefit discretionary consumption, automobiles, housing sector. Banks, NBFCs other key beneficiaries.  Nitin Raheja, Executive Director, Head - Discretionary Equities, Julius Baer Wealth Advisors, too, has a similar view. He says, India likely to have one of the highest GDP growth rates globally. This may be driven by financials and domestic consumption. BFSI, real estate, mortgage finance, building materials and hiring businesses doing well.  Among individual stocks analysts say export-oriented themes may give muted returns in the near-term. Thus, one could focus on domestically-focused stocks like L&T, UltraTech Cement, JK Cement, Tata Communication, Indraprastha Gas, GAIL, Brigade Enterprise, Tata Motors, Ashok Leyland, Dabur India, Jyothy Labs, Sapphire Foods, SBI, IndusInd and SBI Card. That said, weak global demand, and uncertainty with respect to global energy situation makes India vulnerable with respect to inflation, current account deficit, corporate profitability and currency.  On Friday, markets will react to the European Central Bank's interest rate decision, and assess US Fed chair Jerome Powell's speech at the Cato Institute's conference. That apart, oil prices, dollar index movement and stock-specific cues will guide the indices.

Gabelli Radio
The Aftermarket – The Ultimate Non Discretionary, Non-luxury Good with Carolina Jolly

Gabelli Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 3:31


Research Analyst, Carolina Jolly, discusses the aftermarket distributors and why they are outperforming the S&P 500 by nearly 20% YTD.

Unf*ck Your Biz With Braden
245 - August Profit Report

Unf*ck Your Biz With Braden

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 27:49


On today's episode of the profit report I'm sharing my August numbers to see if I hit last month's goals and setting new goals for next month. If you missed the July profit report you can listen to it here. One of my big focuses this year has been consistency. So far this year, my 1. Highest month: $14,700 (January)2. Lowest month: $9,400 (February)3. Each month since has been between $9,800 and $11,800, so a $2k range On the previous profit report, I projected my August goals. Below you'll find my projection side-by-side with the actual number I hit. August goals: Profit Rx: $6,700 / $7,500Contract Vault: $1,500 / $1,500Book: $300 / $2501-on-1: $4,000. / $5,000Other: $1,000. / $800 (affiliate) Total: $13,500 / $15,000 (technically $14,926.30) making this my highest revenue month of the year. The differences in my projections versus my actual can be explained by the addition of one VIP day. In July I had booked two VIP days at the end of the month so the payment for those hit in August which made projections even easier. There was also one additional Profit Rx Live payment that fit into the monthly window. My other income came from affiliate sales including three $200 gift cards from Gusto's referral programs. Now let's talk about expenses: 1. $2,765 to team contractors (18% of my revenue. I typically want this to be 15%). $1,000 of this went to YouTube, I expect this is about $600 more than what I expect moving forward3. $1,500 to hiring program4. $1,300 to Peerspace place5. $2,195 other expenses Total expenses: $7,760 Owner Profit (profit before paying my own salary): $7,165 (a little less than 50%. I'm typically looking for this to be about 70%) Without those 1 offs like YouTube editing, Peerspace and the Hiring Program I would have had: $10,565 → 70%. I always expect to have some one off expenses, but I still like to do this exercise to see how I'm doing with routine operating expenses. Upcoming one-off expenses: 1. September: Hotel for Vegas + second payment of $1,500 for hiring program2. October: Models for Drag Tax photoshoot Hoping to offset these with one-off income: 1. September: $500 in bootcamp income + $3,000 in DCA affiliate income

Mind of a Millionaire
EP: 127 - August 2022 Portfolio Review: The Importance of Time In the Market Over Timing the Market

Mind of a Millionaire

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 22:27


On the first Tuesday of every month, our investment committee meets to discuss all Denver Wealth Management portfolios. We discuss YTD updates, foreseeable market challenges and make decisions on how best to adjust portfolios. This week, Zachary Bouck, CFP®, and Austyn Garcia, associate advisor, recap recent market updates, the importance of time in the market over timing the market, the predictability of the bond market, and much more. If you have questions regarding your long-term financial plan or investment portfolio, call our office at (303) 261-8015 or request a free consultation. Our team will reach out within 48 business hours to schedule a meeting with a DWM financial advisor.  

Episode 362: Financial Physician 090422

"The Financial Physician" with Lou Scatigna, CFP

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 116:41


Labor Dep. Reports In August they added 315 thousand New Jobs.Stock Market Down 24.67 percent YTD.What is: Fundamental Analysis Vs Technical Analysis.Is it too late to sdjust your 401K?Digital Currency is Coming!A Review of the President's Speech in Philidelphia.

Light It Up
How To Run A Profitable Real Estate Business│Jon Carroll

Light It Up

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 76:24


A lot goes into running a successful and profitable real estate business, You have to not only have the right systems and structures in place for the business to grow without you but needing to be present, but you also have to have the right mindset to keep you always going towards your goal. Join us in today's episode where we are joined by Jon Carroll, founder of Carroll Home Team, who has already done $36 million in translations YTD. He is here tell us everything we need to know on How to run a profitable Real Estate business, from creating systems and delegating work to Making sure business is profitable Other topics discussed: - How Jon strategically scales his business - What's stopping them from buying more cashflow properties right now? - Separating logic from emotion - Building a team - Understanding what is the best use of your time - And much more!

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast
US Market Open: Initial upside fades as hawkish debt action resumed post-EZ CPI/UK ONS

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 2:45


Initial upside faded as broader price action took another hawkish turn amid inflation data, Euro Stoxx 50 -1.0%Stateside, futures are mixed around the unchanged mark, ES -0.1%, though are similarly well off best levels with data and Fed speak due.DXY bid but shy of YTD peak, EUR lags despite HICP with peers generally under modest pressure ex-AUDCore benchmarks experienced a fairly contained start to the session, though this proved to be shortlived and pronounced action occurred on inflation releases; Gilts lag post-ONSWTI and Brent futures resumed selling off in tandem with the broader risk-mood, Dutch TTF bid after Tuesday's pressureOPEC+ JTC upgrades 2022 oil market surplus forecast by 100k BPD to 900k BPD, via Reuters citing a reportLooking ahead, highlights include Canadian GDP, US ADP & Chicago PMI, Speeches from Fed's Mester & Bostic.Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk

SmallCapVoice.com, Inc.
IIOT Oxys August 2022 Conference Call

SmallCapVoice.com, Inc.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 22:35


CEO, Cliff Emmons, and COO, Karen McNemar discuss the recently announced financial results for its second quarter ended June 30, 2022. Cliff Emmons, CEO of IIOT-OXYS, Inc. (Oxys) stated, "Our revenue for the quarter ended June 30, 2022 exceeded the total revenue for 2021, as was anticipated in our Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the first quarter of 2022. We continue to gain traction with strategic partners, customers, and potential customers in our key two markets: Smart Manufacturing / Industry 4.0 and Structural Health Monitoring (SHM). These are both high growth markets. Market research shows the worldwide Industry 4.0 market in 2021 was $64.9 billion USD and is projected to be $165.5 billion USD by 2026 (20.6% CAGR).1 Also, the worldwide Structural Health Monitoring industry was $2.0 billion USD in 2021 and will reach $4.0 billion USD by 2027 (CAGR of 14.6%).2 Through our collaborations with Aretas Sensor Networks, we have access to a third market, Indoor Air Quality Monitors, which was estimated at $3.7 billion USD in 2020 and projected to reach $6.4 billion USD in 2027, growing at 8.2% CAGR.3" Some Key Accomplishments in 2022 YTD include: Our Structural Health Monitoring business continues to gather momentum, receiving a contract extension with a New England State's DOT for Bridge Monitoring announced in the first quarter for monitoring throughout the second quarter, which generated this quarter's revenue. A proposal for monitoring and equipment upgrades for the 2022 to 2023 fiscal year was submitted in the second quarter, and we anticipate its formal approval in the second half of 2022. We received verbal approval to continue invoicing monitoring fees into third quarter, while awaiting formal written approval. The Canadian Indoor Air Quality Sensor and IIoT Platform company, Aretas Sensor Networks, with whom we entered an NDA in the first quarter, continues to progress well. In addition to the initial collaborative agreement signed in the first quarter, we signed an algortihm development contract in the second quarter which will generate revenue in our third quarter. We continue to explore additional collaborations that we expect to move forward with this year. Our CEO, Cliff Emmons, and COO, Karen McNemar, both renewed their employment contracts in June, ensuring stable experienced leadership focused on long-term growth. "We believe the underlying strengths of the Company are gathering momentum for expected growth. We will keep a steady focus on prospecting, submitting proposals, and securing Proof of Concepts (POCs). It is anticipated that the momentum of the second quarter's revenue will continue into the third quarter and the second half of the year. We expect that our third quarter revenue will match or exceed this quarter's revenues, and revenue for the second half of 2022 will exceed that generated in the first half of 2022. In total, we expect that total revenue for 2022 will exceed that of 2019" concluded Mr. Emmons.

DOOR2DOOR Insider
Mara Best The Phoenix

DOOR2DOOR Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 87:55


Mara Best with LGCY Power has been in the Solar industry 1.5 years. In the last 12 months she has 100 installations. YTD 2022 Mara has 70 installations and an 85%+ retention rate sale to install!  Listen in to Mara story of overcoming adversity to become a top performer. 

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast
Euro Market Open: EUR pressured despite hawkish commentary, equities point lower

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 4:48


APAC stocks took their cue from Friday's sell-off on Wall St post-Powell which saw the S&P 500 close lower by 3.4%.European equity futures are indicative of a lower open with the Euro Stoxx 50 future -1.3% after the cash market closed down by 1.9% on Friday.DXY printed a fresh YTD peak overnight, hawkish ECB talk was unable to support EUR vs. USD, JPY lags G10 FX.ECB's Kazakhs said the ECB should discuss 50bps and 75bps hikes in September, Villeroy said a "significant" rate hike is needed.Looking ahead, today's calendar sees a lack of tier 1 highlights. Note, today is a UK bank holiday.Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk

Money Wise
The Word of the Week is ‘Pain' & The Skinny On Equity Indexed Annuities

Money Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 81:21


Jeff, Joe, and Kyle are in the studio once again to recap last week's market action. The Dow was down 4.2%, the S&P 500 was down 4%, and the NASDAQ was down 4.4%. YTD all remain down in double digits. Fed chairman Jerome Powell triggered high-frequency trading last week after using the word “pain” twice in the same speech. The MoneyWise guys discuss why this matters and the impact it had. They engage in a lively debate about how much volume matters, what triggered the algorithms, and what we can expect next from the Fed. In the second hour, the Money Wise guys share reminders on the dangers of Equity Indexed Annuities. Don't miss the details! Tune in for the full discussion on your favorite podcast provider or at davidsoncap.com, where you can also learn more about the Money Wise guys or take advantage of a portfolio review and analysis with Davidson Capital Management. Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/moneywise/97cdafae-1acc-44e9-b1c1-9f42994804d0

Breakaway
Markets, Student Loans, Electric cars, TSLA

Breakaway

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 29:58


The MarketsDown 13% YtD.  I don't think we'll see new highs until 2024. Just gonna bounce around.The Fed. Jerome Powell: “Restoring price stability will likely require maintaining a restrictive policy stance for some time,” Student loan debt reliefThe president's plan cancels $10,000 in federal student-loan debt for borrowers making under $125,000 a year or couples making less than $250,000 a year. Ultimately, the average cost of tuition has increased more than 144% since 2001 on average, even after accounting for inflation.It's not “fair”.  Nothing is though! The bigger issue is it doesn't fix the underlying issue. Let markets drive supply/demand. Literature/history major. Optometrist example.  Need to fix underlying issue: University costs are rising faster than cost of living and fueled by college administrators that are incentivized to encourage students to borrow. We should used a market-based approach to student lending. Universities should be on the line. Should approve. Market based. Grades and Major. Some states are going to levy taxes on forgiven debt.   https://lendedu.com/blog/student-loan-debt-by-school-by-state/Novak Dkokovic Not competing in US open because he's not vaccinated. So many people are getting Covid, including the CEO of Pfizer.  Electricity Prices20 million households across the country—about 1 in 6 American homes—have fallen behind on their utility bills.Electric VehiclesCalifornia Switch to electric vehicles by 2030. 17 states generally follow. Tesla Stock split. 900 to 300.Tesla 10.69.2 set to release in a couple of weeks. “Wide Beta” version. FSD price increased to $15k. Very bullish.  Investment grade rating. Record Q3 and Q4 deliveries and profits.  Semi release in Q4 and CyberTruck in 2023. Continued ramping of factories and likely announcement of new Giga.Macro-level: Energy prices driving Solar consumption. Tesla Virtual Power Plant program. RecommendationsHouse of the Dragon. Meh. And HBO renewed it. Hand Maids Tail.  Rings of Power?  $250m for rights. $500m to make. Rory and Tiger

McKeany-Flavell Hot Commodity Podcast Series
The dairy market: Is the glass half full or half empty?

McKeany-Flavell Hot Commodity Podcast Series

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 14:06


After major revisions last month, what did the July milk production report reveal about the herd at the end of July? Is the herd continuing to expand and how has milk yield been trending YTD? With the flush now over, a review of total milk output and inventories of some key dairy ingredients Host: Craig Ruffolo, Vice President – Commodity Specialist Expert: Jeffrey Rasinski, Consultant

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast
US Market Open: Pronounced PMI-driven price action in EGBs, DXY tested 109.29 YTD peak before easing

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 3:22


European bourses have reversed initial pressure following EZ Flash PMIs, Euro Stoxx 50 +0.2%, which were mostly mixed though noted of less intense price pressures.Stateside, futures are firmer, ES +0.2%, and have been in-fitting with European peers throughout the morning awaiting their own Flash PMI metrics.DXY reversed earlier gains after coming close to the YTD peak at 109.29 before pulling back; EUR/USD tested 0.99 before rebounding.Pronounced two-way action on the French and German Flash PMI metrics, resulting in a ~200 tick range for Bunds thus far.Crude benchmarks have edged higher while metals are mixed/choppy amid USD price action.Iran has reportedly dropped some key nuclear deal demands, though gaps remain, via Reuters citing a US officialLooking ahead, highlights include US Flash PMIs, EZ Consumer Confidence Flash, US New Home Sales, Fed Discount Rate Minutes, Supply from the US.Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk

Lets Have This Conversation
Helping People Build Wealth Through Real Estate with: John Mendez

Lets Have This Conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 35:25


In the first quarter of 2022, investors made up a record 28% of single-family home sales, according to a report in June, by the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies. That's up from 19% in the first quarter of 2021. Born and raised in Stamford Connecticut, John Mendez has seen the city emerge, first-hand, as one of the fastest growing and most dynamic in Connecticut. This expansion, coupled with his passion for helping people, ignited John's interest in real estate where he specializes in buyer, seller, and tenant representation for residential and investment properties. John grew up on the football field and basketball court where discipline and integrity were instilled earlier on and have carried over to everyday life. He brings proven client experience, being recognized as a Top 10 salesperson in the district as a luxury jewelry representative. John further refined his communication and interpersonal skills during his time in the restaurant industry. John takes much pride in his Dominican and Guatemalan heritage having been heavily influenced by the Latino and Black community and contributing to his fluency in Spanish. John has taught seminars for realtors across the U.S & Canada that had over 400 sign-ups each. He's been interviewed on how to market yourself in Spanish for "Command en Español" and taught a class on TikTok for his office. John has generated over 300,000 views YTD on reels alone. John has a passion for enlightening the unenlightened and posts multiple short-form videos daily. He joined me this week to tell me more. For more information: https://linktr.ee/johnmendezrealtor Listen: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id1603023398?ign-itscg=30200&ign-itsct=lt_p Instagram: @johnmendez_realtor

20/20 MONEY
Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits with Greg Crabtree

20/20 MONEY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 58:18


Welcome to this episode of 20/20 Money! My guest on today's show is Greg Crabtree, CPA.   Greg is the author of two of my favorite books about running a business and using the numbers of your business to make informed decisions (Simple Numbers, Straight Talk, Big Profits and Simple Numbers 2.0: Rules for Smart Scaling). He's also the Partner in Charge in the Huntsville, AL office of Carr, Riggs, and Ingram and I was excited to chat with him about the concepts he talks about in his book. We talk about cash reserves in your business, the 4 forces on cash flow and the importance of starting with profitability, the lies that business owners tell themselves through their financials, why meal periods are important to him, and why the rolling 12 month financial report is so much more important than YTD.   As a reminder, you can get all the information discussed in today's conversation by visiting our website at integratedpwm.com and clicking on the Learning Center. While there, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter and you can also set up a 20-30min Triage conversation to learn a little bit more about how we help OD practice owners around the country reduce their tax bill, proactively manage cash flow, and make prudent investment decisions to help them live their best life on purpose or check out any number of additional free resources like our eBooks, blog posts, and on-demand webinars.   And with that introduction, I hope you enjoy my conversation with Greg Crabtree.   Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/2020moneypod/  ————————————————————————————— Please rate and subscribe to 20/20 Money on these platforms Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Stitcher  ————————————————————————————— For past episodes of 20/20 Money with full companion show notes, please check out our episode archive here!

Windermere Coaching Minute
Episode #1. The power of not just taking the Ninja Installation but truly becoming a Ninja based on consistent Identity based habits and believing in yourself. .

Windermere Coaching Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 24:53


In this Episode Michael talks with Autumn Etheredge from Tampa/St Pete Florida. Autumn became a full-time agent in May 2014. Every year her volume hovered around 4-5 million. January 2019, she attended her first installation. Her big scary goal was to close 10 million that year which at the time she thought was impossible. In 2019 She was pregnant with her second child and had a toddler at home. She gave birth to a son in October and closed over 14 million that year. That's when she knew that anything was possible and that as cheesy as it sounded THE SYSTEM WORKS! She took the installation again in 2021 and increased her volume to 20 million and again TSW. In 2022 she attended her 3rd installation where I was the guide and again, she increased her dollar volume to 30 million. She was also closing her biggest listing YTD for $4,225,000. Flash forward to now 3 installations behind her and over 32m closed already in 2022, She can proudly say she is a Ninja for life. The key points I took away from this conversation were. 1. Believe in your ability to do it 2. Use the system and you won't be perfect but stay consistent 3. It is great to take Ninja more than once 4. Don't do everything yourself, Autumn has a TC and a team member helping her. To contact Autumn Etheredge. IG @tampaliving Email aetheredge@smithandassociates.com Cell 813.777.0468 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coachingmin/support

REAL Talk with Brendan Bartic
[HOW TO] Build an ISA -Inside Sales Associate- Team | Real Estate Training

REAL Talk with Brendan Bartic

Play Episode Play 31 sec Highlight Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 53:20


How to build an ISA - Inside Sales Associate - Team with Claire Buckler, the Director of Lead Generation for the Graddy Roy Network, Graddy Real Estate, and the Roy Team explains how she motivates and manages a team of 13 ISAs (half of which are in Springfield, MO where she's based out of and the other half in Wichita, KS. Claire also shares incredible insight into how the team of 13 ISAs works and collaborates with their 22 agents currently in production. In 2021, The Graddy Roy conglomerate closed 1,385 total transactions 720 of which were from the ISA team. Currently, the Inside Sales Associate Team is at 414 pended/closed YTD-2022. Interested in partnering with the Graddy Team? Learn more and reach out to Claire Buckler: claire@adamgraddy.com(417) 372-2416https://www.graddyroynetwork.com/ SUBSCRIBE & RING THE BELL to receive notifications on new videos dropping EVERY WEEK! Share the love! If this video helped you, please LIKE, COMMENT & SHARE.LEARN MORE about all of Brendan's secrets and strategies to getting more clients and selling more real estate at https://www.brendanbartic.com/. GET MY FREE SCRIPT BOOK HERE: https://www.brendanbartic.com/ LIKE FREE RESOURCES? Join our Private FB Group, Brendan Bartic Real Estate Coaching: https://www.facebook.com/groups/584389598727184/WHO IS BRENDAN BARTIC?With $98 dollars to his name, a bus ticket, and a duffle bag fresh out of the United States Army, Brendan Bartic started out as an assistant to a top-producing agent making $8 per hour. With his sights set high and a long road ahead of him, Brendan carved his own path towards success one cold call and client relationship at a time. Now, a real estate titan, an elite coach, and national trainer with over two decades of incredible success in the real estate industry, Brendan has SOLD OVER ONE BILLION DOLLARS IN RESIDENTIAL VOLUME over the course of his career. As the owner of the #1 Real Estate Team in Denver, a top listing agent, and the Operating Principal of a brokerage serving over 200 agents, he ranks in the Top 1% of all Realtors in the Nation. Brendan is a United States Army Infantry Veteran. Growing up in an abusive home, Brendan left and moved from group home to group home until he was referred to Third Way Center, a place of hope to high-risk and disadvantaged youth until he was emancipated and joined the Army.  Now, giving back to the community that provided him so much, Brendan has helped raise over $1 Million for Denver's disadvantaged youth as the Vice President of the Board of Directors for Third Way Center. He's now sharing the secrets to his unrivaled success in real estate.CONNECT WITH BRENDAN ON SOCIAL MEDIA:WEBSITE: https://www.brendanbartic.com/ FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/OfficialBBCFacebookPage INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/brendanbarticcoaching/PODCAST: https://bit.ly/REALTalkBrendanBartic LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brendanjbartic/TWITTER: https://twitter.com/BarticRealEMAIL: info@brendanbartic.comPlease note: This video and information are for entertainment purposes only. Please check all federal and local solicitation laws and always adhere to the Do Not Call List.

The Wall Street Report by Pimm Fox
The Wall St. Report: July 18, 2022

The Wall Street Report by Pimm Fox

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 16:57


In today's episode: Toys are a recession-resistant market for investors. Toy makers are increasing prices, adding more sports, entertainment and collectibles' categories. And there's one toy company stock that's up more than 20% YTD.

PodCasts – McAlvany Weekly Commentary
Markets Fall: The Difference Between Old VS Bold Pilots

PodCasts – McAlvany Weekly Commentary

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 49:21


McAlvany Weekly Commentary Secular Bear Markets are substantially longer & deeper than cyclical bears Dollar up over 11% – Gold only down 3.3% YTD NFTs (Digital Rocks) lose 90% YTD The post Markets Fall: The Difference Between Old VS Bold Pilots appeared first on McAlvany Weekly Commentary.