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Heart Radio, , , he's the financial exchange with very Armstrong him, your exclusive loaded business and financial news affecting your, you are solely your world stay informed and, about I can only can market trends plus give breaking business news, , and now, the financial exchange with, every Armstrong, , when a company like Apple reports earnings you can not help but pay attention, it is a six hundred and seventy three billion dollar company, I know that he is other any trillion are companies, the it is thought that. , it's the it's not what's the our Saudi Arabian or Rambo around cope it's not that around go would be the first trillion dollar company if and when it does go public but to this point know there was a lot of talk back in the early two thousand this just go was going to be the first trillion dollar company yeah, and that just never ended up come to fruition Apple here again not closing in on that seven hundred billion dollar mark, when it comes to overall market cap here, and we are I believe getting close to, an all-time high on apple shares so I don't know Hey we're one thirty five or, yes I mean you with him you know five six percent right now up a lot today up five and a half percent six dollars and sixty cents a hundred and twenty-eight dollars a share, I heard one late and I know you look at their earnings report more closely than I have but one thing that really jumped out of me was, apple services which is like there, they're music streaming win it would also say, the music streaming any of the I cloud extra Storage and stuff, yeah, and in any of that is really what falls into that services revenue and that revenue jumped eighteen percent in the first quarter more revenue the Netflix, yeah and, yeah and thats WIX is train at a hundred and forty Bucks this year and the other thing that Tim Cook is well some other exact signaled yesterday was hey you know this could be something that starts to become a bigger priority we're going to try to double this revenue. In the next three years, a quick it because I heard they're getting it sounds like they want to get in the content, well you know it might make sense Trucker you know for, I think five years ago they could have bought Netflix and would've made a lot of sense today to buy Netflix, I'm not sure it it the it they could do it they're one of the few companies that have the cash, to up by Netflix but I think they need to know you depth in ninety billion dollars Ford and there's no way about how much that you can create with ninety billion dollars exactly and and here's the thing here so I've kind of been looking at this over the last twenty-four hours are so since I heard this announcement as I'm going to go out there and I'm sent okay, you know the nineteen hundreds well we talk about you know that that twentieth century , media was defiant as hey you had your three Major networks yet A.B.C. C.B.S. men be city, yeah just remains Newk newspapers yeah the Wall Street Journal New York Times yeah the Washington Post you know those are kind your standard Bears, what a for the twenty first century your standard Bears are hey you got Netflix you've got Amazon you've got Apple and in terms of content what it what if that's how you and double looking, at things going forward just because they're the the ones who are best capable of taking the it taking advantage of the delivery systems that are available today perhaps I I don't see them partnering with Amazon their their competitors. I don't see them partnering with Netflix because it Netflix is to highly valued put about who though it We could Apple do a deal with who little think about how many people have Apple devices, who has no penetration right now relative to Netflix we'll look at who customer base as compared to Netflix all but you it they don't have fifteen percent of what Netflix us, in the U.S.A. for looking domestically who was about twenty five percent enough likes twenty-five the data guest a good but nothing outside the us right no they don't have anything outside the U.S.A. what it is lovely and ten million twelfth in the content is only licensed in the US what's but that makes sense for Apple to do a deal with who I don't know if, who would necessarily want to could keep in mind who the way that they are set up, who is owned by your major, companies it's owned by, comcast owned by, Disney it's you know it's it's own by all those different pieces and they need to compete with Netflix right does that the fair statement well, maybe, so here's the thing is you've had all these media companies that of poured money in the whole oh yeah and as you said look it it clear literally por that much money in though because All they're doing is licensing their existing contests well but in or to you know to get all the servers up in Romine did there's there's expense associated with the running who right and I almost wonder if they say at some point hey what's trust. Pick the saw forehands we don't want to deal with we don't want to be at a backbone company we don't want to be a server farm somewhere I wonder if A.B.C. year nbc's your C.B.S. at some point sits down says, look what we just license are content Apple you know what we just license are content to Netflix directly out well not Netflix me see I don't know why, because they're the enemy and Netflix a stealing from A.B.C. what if if Netflix is paying for the content it's okay So here's the thing what if Netflix comes out is hey will give you three billion dollars a year A.B.C. okay and we want all of your primetime stuff alive on that for, or hey will give you six billion dollars we want all of the football games live on Netflix the awake, these are the kinds of conversations that I think start to happen, now that Netflix is big enough to be able to have them an Amazon big enough to be able to have them is look you've got contract for things and let's let's talk about like the N.F.L. on this you've got a football contract is paying I think it's a more like one point five billion dollars a year, if Netflix comes out says look we'll give you five hundred million dollars in stream everything on our platform as well, I think the the net were to jump that this is what we did the for a half hour cause we get to a bigger audience with the NFL's going one all that money. I mean like if get to slam dunk if they want to do that you know, well it will be interesting to watch a, the people who are predicted the demise of Apple, certainly, you know looking, looking at these earnings reports and what's amazing is they didn't they could have delivered stronger earnings you know they couldn't get was the I phone seven plus, as they they could not, for the life of them they did not anticipate the number border say we're going to get couldn't match the demanded I'll tell you it's going to be very interesting because right now you're bet eight months away from the launch of the next Eifert which by the way is really the one like the seven I told you I'm on impressed with that in terms of the differences between the sex and the seven I didn't think it was anything, worthwhile the only reason I bought it truck was because my phone was broken I had, physically broken so yeah so I had to by the seven but, but if they'd make a significant leap in terms of technology with the eight I'm assuming the next one three eight, if they do that then they they could really killed yeah the next one is the one that supposedly everyone, is waiting on at this point and I think you know you have the potential to have a blockbuster fourth quarter this year if I apple is able to deliver a really strong product because give my it's the tenth iteration of the iPhone yeah so it's you know it's it's kind of a big deal you know the iPhone most people tenure don't remember it was July of two thousand seven when the first one. Came out it's only been ten years and all of a sudden all we can talk about his Twitter and Facebook out and this and that, the world's James an awful lot in ten years I'm curious what Apple does and if they're still able to innovate the same way for the next ten cause they haven't shown that ability, I'm Steve jobs been gone with the right move forward, but no you're right in terms of an innovative product they hadn't had that transformative product and, the question is, can they get there and and and I don't know because Steve jobs keep in mind Steve job set for different products over his career, that revolutionized industry he had the first apple which you know dramatically change tell people thought about computers you had I'm Mack which Brock computer down in Price in brought them into a broader setting with you know different designed informed functions you have the Ipod or which, who by CB's anymore that's all you have to say and then you had the Eiffel right so you go through those four and he made four different industries, Tim Kirk Cousins on that's it's it's not a knock on Tim Cook right he's an operator and he does a phenomenal job operating that business does he's not an innovator right and that's the question is can they recapture that and, I don't I don't know the companies going to be fun, they're still going to grow they're still going to be one of the having cash two hundred and eighty billion two hundred and forty apparently in dollars they've got a quarter trillion dollars sitting in cash. Sitting in cash most of it overseas, now if you're stock older right, yeah I mean they they continue to I mean they had to Vegas said what we're going to give that, really give half about to stop holders and a special devoted to try to get giving out with a hundred and twenty billion dollars a year in dividends and by that like they they can't give away their money fast enough at this point there cash flow is absolutely, ridiculous that margins are high but their margin for a little more Compress this quarter yep took touch kosher then they they usually our but I mean like you look at the cash flow that they're generating had this point, it's it's absolutely insane what they're doing in terms of free pass quote something like I think it was in the ballpark of like thirty billion dollars and that's a low for them cause they took some charges they did in the last twelve months, okay, they did something it was something like eighty billion dollars in free cash for which just ridiculous and they spend, you look at the way they spend money I mean look at their headquarters in the way the compensate fuel they've you know they pay people well but their products are so good the people are willing to pay those high margins or be interesting to see if the picks that makes any headway, you know like I keep hearing time and time again people that on the pictures raving about this is a phone that folks if you haven't from are familiar with. The phone that's manufactured by Google getting very strong reviews, one thing to on note about Apple lotta folks might look at them and just kind a look at some your general metrics and say hey happily trading fifteen times earnings that means it you know really cheap well, it it's cheap but you have to factor in it's such a big company it's tough for them to grow with the rate the other companies do and so yeah might be cheap compared to a growth company up but compared summed it appears it's it's pretty fairly priced right now, our next guest wrote an article in market watch the Comets called why president Trump needs to fix the broken eight one be Visa system will be joined by run here up He's a professor at Howard University he joins us next from our ensure a match dot com studios, breaking business news day late only, on the financial exchanger radio network tied this is very Armstrong the advisors at my firm the Armstrong advisor group have over one hundred and ten years of combined experience in the financial services industry and where the you're working with another advisor or not I want to give you some free advice finding the right advisor is not always so easy I've written a guy to help you through this differ, go process it's the top ten questions you should ask your financial advisor is your advisor fiduciary does he sell financial products what other fees will he charge you these are critical questions that you should have answers to before you make your decision call my office right now at eight hundred three nine three four zero zero one and request a copy of this guy. 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Us workers you bring in these specialized porn workers over, unfortunately there's a lot of credit use, where you bring it in, of the workers cheap, not because they have specialized skill, and the most egregious to use is nowhere, actually American workers are being forced to train their replacement, there's been a number of scandal, including you know well-publicized one is they've got in Orlando but, some even that are very close to you know like asked new to world, in Springfield Massachusetts I which hasn't didn't publicize very much we've got a bunch of, American I'd be workers training there for an replacement to thirty twenty replaced so why would he companies doing this just a simply to get lower cost because they know the age one be Visa worker will do the same job for what thirty percent last, looked physically awake shaving to thirty to forty percent does a, employer can, legally pay, well market wages, so it's huge discounts, and and in addition to the week, saving They also the eight twelve be workers indentured to that, employer the employer holds the Visa so there's a lot of control around the twenty worker, you can easily could job, and would have to lead the country if they were late off, when I know there's been talked on both sides of the Democrats and Republicans about trying to either a raise the minimum salary for each one be Visa workers or, in one case representative from California wants to get rid of the lottery process and base hiring on the waged the companies would offer offering. the visas to the highest Wage Earners why why you have none of these ideas come to fruition yet, , the why is this simply politics the second history, doesn't want, eastern to get through in so, they haven't really allowed Congresses that a lot easier to block legislation, and got good ideas then two to two, push them through in so that it simply political will make an absolute logical ten that you would want to bring in the highest later people lifted, the idea of of the program nice wager going to be the highest skilled people in a gets the the concerned that I have is I remember when that Romney was running for president you know he said that he wanted to staple a Green card, two, all of those college diploma is when they graduated from with this the Sciences, , I guy like the idea of allowing highly educated that Highly motivated, to students to stay in the country how do we avoid throwing these people out, well I think you know you're making two different issues, most of the people who are coming in on a twenties, did not study here, most of them have just a bachelor's than most of my coming from India so ten, they have no, routes here they haven't studied year, I think that that youth you do want to keep the best greatest, but we have to do it in a spark late hits Dez's disadvantage American students in it doesn't disadvantage or what the market. Out for us workers that, I think presses wages, but let me just make it concrete of the week there really isn't any shortage of, I'll quite scientist of biologist, and if he did that sort of staple the green card you have a lot of that, and instead there's really no justifications so we're there's a real nice where there's a shortage I agree with you but that's where, with the Devils with the detail you restaurants ITA east out sourcing firms dominating the eight twenty be visa program I think you may have said was twenty thousand of the job sure I T out sourcing firms, you have actually have even more than that, the rookie out sourcing firms these are from supplied infosys confidence in many of them based in India but even us one plight, center an idea, they really dominate their getting about half of the, eighty five thousand allocations, and they stay really low wages, by because it's so profitable to bring in in a twenty worker and replaced American, are these companies are flooding the application process run you've obviously thought about this extensively how would you like to see the age one be visa program modified, well I think for president Trump does that, should all that had been a on the had, basically to principles one is that American workers should have, thirty to the Leafs job, so they should have a third shot at filling the job right. And then the second if you get a raise the way to level for the eight one be, worker so that they're not Green Bryant for cheaper labor, that they're paid affair market played and that would house both American workers but it would also help those four and guest workers too, get back through eight leader mainstream proposals that I've been board it, I both Democrat spend Republican so this is one, you know Noah Pozo from twelve that really should get, oh widespread, , sport, we have a lot of, listeners on Cape Cod and many of them that, run resorts and restaurants on the Cape I think the you something called the, jay el these or something like that for you know the one for summer hope to get the better, what what coverage a run some work travel program what's your opinion on that Visa, well again that that's ran, where there's been a number, a pretty high profile with You skate, so she for example using some of those, workers and you've got a lot of eighty labor broker so labor intimate intermediate area bring in, I workers and abused, so there's not much oversight that's done through the state department and and I think that needs to be cleaned up significant, where there's really only, I think that, employer should have access to that but they also have response ability to three people fairly easy the eighty five thousand number for the it's one be visas is and that it is the right number should be fifty thousand a hundred thousand. I don't think we should be focused on the numbers I mean that there's so much widespread abuse of the year twenty program the majority of the eight twenty program, it's going to treat labor other under cutting American workers with reducing job Opportunities depressing way just let's focus on picked in the program in the lining, it to within and then which is the So he'll get I bring you didn't specialize worker so then you have to worry about the number, yeah no no number becomes less relevant right right my great run thank you, thank you very much they're timely appreciate it, thank you That's run here and he's a professor, at Howard University, obviously put a lot of thought into it and you know we've always talked about it from the corporate side right you know if yup talk to the publicly traded companies they love each one be visa program if you're stop cold are in those companies you tend to like well and I think the biggest thing that makes sense to me is you of a representative from California, who says would get rid of the lottery and instead award the V says to the companies that offer the highest salaries an and that way but you have to actually bid in order to get these is not a random lottery it's hey if you want someone you have to pay more and if you're not willing to do that you're not to get them they're going to have to hire in American worker at that same cost good idea. Hey when we come back we're going to talk about judge Neal Gore such he is Donald Trump's appointment to the Supreme Court will talk about that will have a trivia question for you, and the lead us with see what else we haven't the stack year oh why the home ownership rate is not likely to take off any time soon, that more from our ensure match dot com studio, making your smartphone even, download, will out by surgeon financial exchange ninety's or the play store, is the financially exchange, where this is News Radio six ten on I. 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Neal Gore such to fill the vacancy left by the late end to noon Scully up on the Supreme Court we're doing trivia about judge Gore such, and I guess our first question will be for which current Supreme Court Justice did Neal Gore such once Clark six eighty six eighty is our talks number first listener with pick, after when they twenty-five dark gas card for which current Supreme Court Justice did Neal Gore such once, work, alright let's let's talk about Mr person he's, pro business, conservative, big fan of a attendance goalie off, what else do you know yeah I mean seems to be I think a fairly of reliable conservative judge, doesn't seem to be to out there on any issues I think there's some questions about his record on business actually just because the court that he sat on didn't see a ton of business cases there were a couple but there's not a huge track record there Tommy lobby was is most famous case you know that that was the biggest one he had a consent, in that he were to consenting opinion Burke occurring opinion in that in that brief and so you know I think he is someone who you're likely going to have , some pretty stiff resistance I think from Democrats in terms of confirming him, but it's pretty likely that he does end up getting through, and being confirm tear how long that takes. Anyone's guess at this point but it does appear that he is going to and a movie through that process yeah you in the I would think you'll get through night be it's never easy a suppose but usually a things seem to derail that are the personal issues is not, it like it going back, lotta times and this is an area where you know course it's a someone who does have a pretty, went the resume okay he's fairly young up only forty nine years old so he's one of my younger Supreme Court Justice is to be nominated, in recent history but I think, in general you know you you got to imagine that you've done some pretty strong vetting on someone like him and someone with that kind of public record yeah you know should be pretty easy to figure out it's not someone who you know is coming out as a wild card where you start finding things out I think you know there's probably nothing to surprising for anyone in his background, we'll pull question today, and it is are you saddened Or go out and that Pred as president Trump nominated to Neil Gore such to serve on the Supreme Court, now the way to participate in our polish Igor website financial exchange show dot com are you saddened we're glad and that president Trump nominated Neal Gore such to serve on the Supreme Court, so far thirty eight percent of you are saddened and sixty one point five percent of you are feeling good about it. Why the home ownership rate is not going to take off any time soon what's unusual about the story truck is, household formation, is something that really dropped off you had, for a number of years, kids would graduate College met your class Tucker's class would graduate college and then move back in with their parents simply for economic reasons it it was it in the they didn't want to move home the parents in wanna moving home but they were moving home because of economic reasons now you're seeing very strong household formation numbers were saying Morehouse will, formations in a quarter then we used to see in the year, but we're not saying a big uptick in terms of the home ownership rate know what you're saying is a lot of those people you know starting families moving up moving into apartments nother rental units, at this point as opposed to, going in buying their own place in the two big reasons for that one we've talked about previously tight inventory is out there which preventing a lot of people from buying and also you just see a lot of households putting off the that that purchased just cause there still trying to get enough for a down payment and things like that I think that is one of the biggest obstacles, in today's Real Estate market it's not affording the monthly payment, it's getting together twenty thirty forty thousand dollars, to put down is a down pain you know I looked at a study that the was done by the National Association Of Realtors this morning and. It be like eighty five percent, of your generational wants to own a home someday, big like they want to do it you know but they don't have the worth all one of the things holding them back, a lot of it has to do student loans, credit is tighter, radiate it's an it's not as easy to get credit today to buy house and I think when one of the other things it, it would does not come in to cut the conversation very often but you're seeing more and more institutional ownership of Holmes we don't see it a lot appear New England but in a company called Blackstone, they didn't I peeled the other day for invitation Holmes, they raised a billion and a half dollars to buy Helms they've already spent ten billion dollars on a forty eight thousand home portfolio day average price of the home they're buying is that first time fire, hold their they're buying the two hundred eight thousand Orel, and here years what's interesting let's see go back to the nineteen eighties okay the average cost of a home compared to the averaging come that someone out was about two and a half segment if you made forty thousand dollars what's it Let's eighty have a hundred forty yeah the average person bought a hundred thousand dollar home So you had to save, call twenty thousand then to put twenty percent down can okay that's how for years worth of income. Today that ratio is north of three and a half to four, okay so what you see is of someone, let's let's slow down there and is so let's do the same example you're making forty thousand so what so you're making forty thousand okay that same home is a hundred and sixteen so instead of needing to save twelve R forty thousand or twenty thousand I'm sorry in order to put down payment and you got to save thirty two thousand how much longer does it take you to save that extra twelve thousand dollar, you know that that's something that for most people, probably takes him an extra two three four years yeah I would think what do you have any concerns about these big institutions buying home so yes, I do, I'm just because it's something we haven't seen a ton of recently but I'm also not gonna say that it is, it's not something that is necessarily going to harm our ability is a country to continue to grow our economy because historically there are a lot of countries with low home ownership rates that I've had very strong unstable economies because they're population is more mobile well like that you race a good point there I mean if you are of renter it's a lot easier to just say, well my leases up in three months I've got paid rent for three months I can asked my new boss to do that right I can or I just. All LA up a this to, three months left on my lease in and all low you know but I just bite the bullet when you own a whole, the way it's tough pick it transaction oh costs associated with the Silva homer probably what, seven or eight percent of the gross price of the house maybe more than that ballpark I would say Yeah it in that ballpark which interesting also is that, if you look at home prices in the US, they've been fairly, and all the last couple years there's been you know some some rebound there but if you're to the last fifteen years, hope Brister growing significantly more in other parts of the world as more people start to move into home ownership in those areas so, you know us real estate for the for the longest time it been the most desirable place to be your starting see people looking at some other places also and that may have an impact there in terms of hey maybe you don't get quite as much international demand as you've had previously hey Don't forget about leader Bank leader Bank is a very innovative financial institution and they have this per, Graham called see rent So if you're away alert we're just talking about how more more people are renting apartments and they're doing it for the long-term, well you need to sign up for Z rent zero it allows you to collect rent from your tenets electronic like no more goal of the mailbox no more. 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You can tell on the app store in on that couch, they took a lot, big P R beating on Saturday yeah we we don't know exactly how many people have a left, Byrd to lead of the up or anything along those lines, but whoever continues to you know potentially hemorrhage some customers out there and it's supported would didn't lift do the same thing like you know oh they did not get, noah in look it's, I understand in here's the thing what what over did on Saturday is they said Hey we're going to have a noteworthy instead of having Serj pricing because everyone is demanding to either get out of jail Cayer into Jeff Kate a protest who were said Hey we're just waving are Serj pricing just because we don't want people playing extra work to get where they're trying to go, people I guess view that as, , I just taking a stand against the cab drivers instead of standing in solidarity with them, I don't what was it against the tab drivers or was it against the immigration policy because I I would I would say it's good saying that they didn't stand with the cab driver right in the cab drivers were protesting like and and it's it's pretty much saying hey instead of standing with them you said no we're going to give you travel alternatives, I don't know with the right thing to do was on like. I think people sometimes read a little bit too much into the citing very and I'm someone who is against the travel band, I think that it was poorly executing terribly rolled out and I think it generally doesn't accomplished ton, but this is a little crazy that people are getting all upset it over for doing nothing quite frankly lifts happy, oh with just throw the number four up in the app's store now they did gonna from of thirty nine up to number four in the funny how one little thing right kin race is like a lot of people I took some be they'll if they asked me what is left, they do they knew Bure was they had no idea what I saw same thing, same thing with lift could end up getting a lot of business from this up tell you, so we'll see we'll see over is pretty, there are they're pretty strong company hey when we come back we'll have the answer to our trivia contest and then chuck is going to talk to Richard, from morning star looks and we have a couple stocks to talk about grab a pencil him paper stock talk is next from our insure match dot com studios, the markets from start to finish to get our daily market recap every day of five P.M. on our new website financial exchange showed dot com, this is the financial exchanger Radio Network, your financial strategy has to include a thoughtful insurance play an insurance exist to protect your assets. 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All of that included in our current what or one or is best known for Thursday is, through the Chargers, an, still clutch Prince missions as well as torque converter, no, what that all those, terrible Chargers at Maple more efficient more powerful and shouldn't have so you could down twice the engine and make it more, efficient, so I think it's better fuel economy voice of the top clutch, affect, is enables hire, your turn and missions making the current mission more fuel efficient from a vehicle and look toward converter stew does unable all we'll drive or four will drive, and that's for your crossover that's for your sport to toe with the vehicle if you want for we'll, having to work with the famed time could all these areas of big growth hearing is the most recent areas that the company's gotten into over the past year, is rotating electrical the voices not what that mean is, Alternator generators an electric motors, through the acquisition of Remy, so with the combinations between or worse technologies and, Remy stick knowledge he's the put them in a good position, to benefit from, above average growth since penetrate in the market of hard for the Lester B. if goals, as well as the potential growth for better electric vehicle, in the not too distant future, and we think this company will growth on average two to four basis points higher than the overall demand on a global things from white vehicle. Very good Richard thank you very much for joining us in thanks for the Info one of both of these companies, thanks for having me Richard shouldered for morning start talking about the got Chrysler with the ticket FC eighty you board Warner incorporate with the Ticker be w pay speaking of car makers you see dime or is going to make the, self driving cars for over, the other going to be involved, in this process they've reached an agreement to manufacture and operate these cars on Hooper is ride sharing network we surprise for that to, in terms of the brand behind the I thought it would be an an American manufacture a little bit, all right thanks for tuning into this hour of the financial exchange from our ensuring match dot com studios, it's struck Zotto Tucker sober and very Armstrong, , as the Spurs, news and information that you can use only on you Hampshire today with Jack you need one U.S. Radio six ten and nineties seven your news traffic and weather station, news Radio six to ninety zero seven, road to are in twenty seventeen all I heart radio musical warrants that hard yeah, doesn't sound in relief forever, are you acting on, five hardly dating right here, hopefully more, with the time and, overly, we have, ever been telling, hundred plate won the division how a one of those things, be on, when you look only those but all, I am Robert. 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