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Joe Terranova & Liz Young: Global Investing Landscape & Market Analysis | SALT Talks #160

SALT Talks

Joe Terranova is a series regular on CNBC's Fast Money and the Chief Market Strategist for Virtus Investment Partners, a $25 billion Hartford-based asset management firm. In his current role, Mr. Terranova is involved with Virtus' investment oversight function and represents Virtus as a client-facing thought leader, providing insight into the domestic and global investing landscape. Prior to joining Virtus, he spent 18 years at MBF Clearing Corp., where he was the director of trading and managed more than 300 traders.Liz Young is Director of Market Strategy for BNY Mellon Investment Management. In this role, she works directly with the firm's Chief Economist to formulate and deliver economic and market views to external audiences. She focuses on educating investors on current macroeconomic themes and their effects on capital markets. Liz is a CNBC Contributor and is frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Washington Post and other industry publications.—————————————————————————To learn more about this episode, including podcast transcripts and show notes, visit salt.org/talksModerated by Anthony Scaramucci. 

47mins

31 Mar 2021

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Slow Money Show (01-15-20) - Featuring Liz Young, Director of Market Strategy for BNY Mellon Investment Management

Slow Money Show

52mins

22 Mar 2021

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064: Liz Young from BNY Mellon joins Patti. 2021-The Next 900 Days

The Patti Brennan Show

In part two of a two-part series with Liz Young, CFA and Director of Market Strategy at BNY Mellon Investment Management, Patti questions what the next 900 days look like for the markets – both nationally and globally.  Liz, a frequent CNBC Contributor, shares her economic outlook and reveals some important principles investors should be considering.  As the strength of the US dollar weakens, there are specific strategies that Patti and Liz discuss as paramount to portfolio success.  There is also a new young class of investors that will be making an impact on the markets.  Listen and learn how the political environment impacts their decisions as well as the regulations that could result.  There will be shifts in leadership of companies, corporation communication and corporate spending.  It’s time to pay attention and Patti explains why!

27mins

12 Feb 2021

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063: Liz Young from BNY Mellon joins Patti - The First 90 Days of 2021

The Patti Brennan Show

As we begin the first year in a new decade, investors and economists alike are busy with their forecasts.  Patti recently had the pleasure of sitting with Liz Young, CFA and Director of Market Strategy at BNY Mellon Investment Management.  Liz, a frequent CNBC Contributor, shares her economic outlook for the next 90 days both nationally and globally.  In the first of two recorded episodes with Liz, Patti asks what investors should be focused on in the short term.  They identify the key trends to look for in a recovery as well as caution what industries will still struggle.  This may be the episode to pay attention to if you are an investor that might have pulled back a bit in 2020 with all the uncertainty of the markets and the election.

18mins

29 Jan 2021

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10: The Impact of Covid-19 on Artists in the FL Keys with Liz Young

Creatives in the Florida Keys

Despite many of the major set-backs we’ve had to overcome as creatives during the pandemic, creativity will always find a way to prevail. In today’s interview, Elizabeth Young, the Executive Director of the Florida Keys Council of the Arts, shares how the Keys has been impacted by COVID-19 and what the Council of the Arts has been doing to support local artists.  Nancy and Liz discuss the changes being made in order to allow artists to continue their work, and the importance of them being persistent in pursuing the arts. Tune into this interview to hear more about the amazing supports the Florida Keys Council of the Arts is providing for local artists and how you can continue to support local artists through difficult times.  Show Highlights:  What is life like for locals in the Keys during quarantine  How did COVID impact the local art scene  Nancy shares what the art council did to help support local artists during the pandemic  What changes are being made for the arts community to continue their work  Why the pandemic won’t stop creativity Links:  https://www.43keys.com Contact Liz:  https://keysarts.com

16mins

27 Aug 2020

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26 - Dolla Dolla Bills ft. Liz Young

Renegade Feminist

This week, we’re talking to Liz Young, Director of Advancement at Women Winning, all about money: how campaigns use it, why it’s especially important in the next 7 days, and all the “fun” you can have on the Campaign Finance Board website. We clue you into the many ways Minnesota is working to make the fiscal side of campaigns more accessible and provide you with the teaser trailer for the upcoming Special Session (otherwise known as Christmakkah part 2, which is likely to last for about, uh, a day). Finally, the tarot provides some intense insights for your week. Meet Our Guest Liz Young - Director of Advancement at Women Winning Liz Young has worked in politics for almost a decade and brings nearly nine years of fundraising experience with her to Women Winning. She has fundraising experience at all levels of government: federal, statewide, legislative and municipal. Most recently, she served on Saint Paul Mayor Melvin Carter’s transition team where she helped to organize his week of inaugural activities. Prior to that she spent five years with the MN Senate and served as the Senate DFL Caucus’ Finance Director in 2016. Liz has spent much of her career working to elect people of color and women to office. She served as Deputy Finance Director for Margaret Anderson Kelliher’s historic gubernatorial campaign when she became the first woman to be endorsed by a major party, a career highlight for Liz. An avid reader and baker, before working in politics she spent two years teaching English in Japan. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Syracuse University and holds a dual degree in Political Science and French. Show Notes Greater Than Fear Media Toolkit MN Campaign Finance Board Website Find My Reps Tool --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/renegadefeminist/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/renegadefeminist/support

50mins

13 Jul 2020

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Episode 5 - Mum's On Tour with Pamela Asher, Linda Wessberg, Liz Young and Ursula Wikstrom

On The Dance Floor

Episode 5 returns with a focus on Mum’s On Tour. We get an insight into being a professional golfer coping with pregnancy and then life back on the road. Emma and Beth catch up with Pamela Asher and Linda Wessberg and hear from Liz Young and Ursula Wikstrom.Plus, we reflect on the Ladies European Thailand Championship and Hannah Green’s sensational Major win.On Twitter: www.twitter.com/OTDFGolfPodOn Instagram: www.instagram.com/onthedancefloorgolf

44mins

26 Jun 2019

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19. How to Become a Best-in-Class VP of Sales by 25 w/ Liz Young

The Sales Hacker Podcast

Liz Young is the Founder of Pump Women and on this week's podcast episode, she shares her tips on how to become a VP of Sales by 25.

46mins

7 Aug 2018

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Liz Young: Creative, Connected, and Killing It

NetWorkWise Presents: Conversations with Connors

Liz Young is the founder, CEO & Creative Director of StudioLabs, a product design and development studio which focuses on creative technology. StudioLabs has helped create websites, mobile applications, software applications, and other digital products for clients such as Estee Lauder and ESPN, and they’ve partnered with some of the world’s most talented creative teams at agencies like Ogilvy & Mather, and RG/A. Essentially what StudioLabs does is build awesome software and digital products! Liz is not only an entrepreneur, but a VC investor (predominantly in the SaaS (Software as a Service) industry, board member, RE investor & professor at Pace University. Liz and her team have had a plethora of accomplishments, one in particular that we found extraordinary was her design team’s involvement in helping design and build the world’s first-ever live webcast of an international sporting event - the 2000 Paralympic Games in Sydney, Australia.   When Liz is not out dominating the creative world, you can find her hustling people pool, running the mean streets of Hoboken or out having fun with her amazing wife Jen. Liz and Jen are dog lovers and are often seen walking their rescued dog around town. Today’s Subjects: How Liz became an entrepreneur & how StudioLabs was born How her network has helped the growth of her company; from hiring to business development The value of your network and importance of relationships How building real relationships has served Liz both professionally and personally The importance of a regimented day and how she manages her time What she looks for when hiring: the value of internships and extracurricular work What it’s like being a woman CEO; she was raised by a very strong independent woman The art of listening and how it can serve you How not “properly” networking affected her bottom line Her philosophy of doing good, building great relationships and how to build the right bridge You don’t have to go to Networking events to build a top-shelf network Best advice: Just be a good human being. You’d be surprised how far that can take you

1hr 2mins

17 Apr 2018

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Building a New Homestead with Tim & Liz Young|Farming | Homesteading

Small Farm Nation

Moving to a new homestead you get to start with a clean slate. So how do you decide what you need? This week, Liz and I share what animals and infrastructure we settled on for our new homestead.Listen Now!Subscribe to Small Farm Nation on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, Google Play or TuneInWelcome to Episode 19! This week Liz and I candidly discuss how we settled on what we needed on our homestead. Listen in as we discuss our animal and food choices: What breed of pigs we settled on, and why Cows, both dual purpose and specific breeds for beef and milk Meat chickens Hens German Shepherds versus Anatolian or Great Pyrenees Top bar hives and bees Garden area requirementsWe also cover all the infrastructure and building we've done in the past year, including: Raised bed Hugelkultur garden (click here for pics) Building a tall fence to keep deer out of the orchard/garden Integrating a play area into the garden space (click here for pics) Creating a medicinal herb garden Adding a metal building workshop Milling lumber and building a barn with hay feeder (click here for pics) Building deer blinds Building a dual dog house with center "warm" area Building shelves (so many shelves!) for pantry, craft area and homeschool room Building a homeschool room with bookcases, tables, etc And building a woodland trail and survival practice area (click here for pics)It was a fun discussion and I hope you enjoy it and find that it gives you a lot to think about as you prepare for your self-sufficient life. So grab some coffee and pull up a chair!Subscribe to the Small Farm Nation PodcastMake it easy on yourself and subscribe to the show, and you’ll never miss an episode:Thanks for Listening!Thanks so much for joining me this week for Self-Sufficient Life. If you enjoyed this episode, please SHARE it using the social media buttons you see at the top of the post.Also, PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and I greatly appreciate it!Finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes to get automatic updates!Resources Relevant to This Episode How to Make Money Homesteading by Tim Young Start Prepping by Tim Young The Accidental Farmers by Tim YoungProduction Credits Story written by Tim YoungMusic Credits Theme Song - Opting Out Today - Lyrics by Tim Young Other royalty-free music by www.bensound.com, Kevin MacLeod, Nicolai Heidlas & Audionautix

1hr 5mins

13 Jan 2017

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