Bull Markets and Foot Picks

Featuring Alex Rosenberg, Justine Underhill, Roger Hirst

Why will higher stock prices lead more American to pick feet? Alex, Roger and Justine discuss. Plus, why companies seems to be so afraid of the number “4.” Filmed on July 9, 2018.

Published on
12 July, 2018
Topic
Equities, US Economy
Duration
24 minutes
Rating
17

Comments

  • JS

    James S.

    18 7 2018 02:49

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    please bring back Aaron Chan or Raoul or the old podcast.

  • JG

    Jory G.

    17 7 2018 21:17

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    Fun discussion. More confirmation for what is already known by those of us who have run companies that accounting is a racket.....not an exact science.

  • Ed

    Edmond d.

    17 7 2018 08:10

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    I like these brainstorming segments. You could essentially lump the pet industry into the luxury market. So your luxury index indicator would include everything like jewelry, designer fashion, fancy restaurants etc.

  • H

    Hans .

    16 7 2018 19:24

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    Like this concept but missing how to play the idea

  • BS

    Bill S.

    15 7 2018 16:09

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    As stated before, 1 step fwd and on the
    episode 3 steps backwards.

  • JL

    Jacob L.

    13 7 2018 07:53

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    Alex: "More than half of US households do own a pet of some kind".
    Justine: "Are you one of them?".
    Alex: "Erh, no. Not right now."

    Had a similar conversation yesterday. Once the mistress puts away the leashes I am no longer a dog either :D

  • CY

    CHIHLUN Y.

    13 7 2018 05:04

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    I can really pinpoint one reason why I enjoy this programme as much as I do the deep dives, trade ideas and expert interviews.

    When we look at most of the interviewees coming up on RV, they are some combination of battle scarred, grizzly, experienced and older - people who's seen it and has answers - and I dare guess, have made it both professionally and financially, and are here sharing their views.

    Then we have Justine and Alex who are millennials, and they're enthusiastic to learn new things - they don't have all the answers - but they did their homework and are looking for answers, have bit of fun while at it.

    The inclusion of the knock-on effect gives all of us, at any age, something our inner millennial can relate to (if not, then how old are you??), and that makes RV better.

    P.S. Will be cool if Harris and Dieter can make a future cameo.

  • MB

    Mark B.

    12 7 2018 21:29

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    What you're trying to do with these segments reminds me a bit of the BBC series I watched as a kid, called Connections. It was a way of looking at world events not by linear time but by connections of different events (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connections_(TV_series)). How the creation of air conditioning had it's roots in a doctor trying to cure malaria is one example. I think you're on the right track as the success of Connections showed.

  • RA

    Robert A.

    12 7 2018 18:51

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    Good one!

  • LT

    Lucas T.

    12 7 2018 14:24

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    These will probably never be that popular, but I still like the light tone and the fun info in these. Keep it up!

  • GF

    George F.

    12 7 2018 13:25

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    Please provide a transcript

  • YB

    Yuriy B.

    12 7 2018 11:21

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    Nice job, Alex, Justine, and the RV production team. Well researched and executed.