PETER ATWATER: I can remember writing- shortly after Trump was elected, he has to placate his base. And he has to placate the markets. And their interests are mutually exclusive. This is a time where small localized individuals have far greater power than those at the center. My freshman class this spring- they do not
Grant Williams: He offers ways to avoid getting trapped in what he calls the ETF Vortex. Steve Bregman: Jack Bogle, the founder of Vanguard Group, who as– I don’t know his precise age, he might be near 90 now– is very active. And he speaks and writes– Which is ironic in itself, I guess. Yes.
GRANT WILLIAMS: The implications for this are just so broad, because everybody owns ETFs. From the lowliest retail investor who just has a couple of thousand bucks in the stock market, I guarantee he’s in an ETF unless he’s inherited shares from— STEVE BREGMAN: This is now the mode of investing. But up to active
… panic sounds… The clock is ticking, and financial conditions in the U.S. are about to make a brutal turn for the worse. … five years to go higher it’s now down forty percent 2019 Financial Crisis begins the US stock market’s complete final tops November collapse will be quick rapid and sudden they will
CHRISTOPHER BALDING: I’m Christopher Balding. I’m a professor at Peking University Shenzhen Graduate school. I’ve been living in China for nine years and consider myself in America a Los Angelino. So from a big perspective, I think what is driving a lot of this issue is that China is responsible for a majority of our
ED HARRISON: David Rosenberg, it’s a pleasure to talk to you. I’ve heard a lot about you. I’ve watched you over the course of, say, 15 or 20 years. And it’s a great opportunity to get to pick your brain here about investment opportunities. DAVID ROSENBERG: Well, you know they say. There’s lean pickings, so
Amazon is a very sophisticated tax player. Amazon is very much the canary in the coal mine. They’re really doing what a lot of politicians wish more companies would do. Amazon is a huge company, but you know just how huge it really is. We start with amazing Amazon somewhere CEO Jeff Bezos is smiling.