26 min

Understanding Inflation, Johnny Depp & Amber Heard's Trial, Elon Musk Twitter Deal on Hold Brofessional Development Podcast

    • Entrepreneurship

Getting updated with current events is important if you want to understand what’s going on in the country. This will also help you understand how the economy is being affected by these new events. In this episode, we talk about the current events that are affecting us in business. From understanding inflation, baseball news, how Walmart went done in Q1 profit earnings, how Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s trial has affected the population, US soccer agreeing for equal pay, Elon Musk’s Twitter deal being put on hold, and Real Estate market events.
In this Episode
[04:00] Current real estate trend
[05:10] Inflation numbers that are increasing
[09:00] Baseball Events
[10:20] Walmart took a huge loss in Q1 profit-earning
[11:34] Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
[13:10] US Soccer agreeing to equal pay
[16:10] Elon Musk says the Twitter deal is on hold
[20:10] Real Estate another housing market crash?
Notable Quotes
“Don’t let the government tell you that inflation is anyone’s fault, besides the government. Because at the end of the day the government controls the dollar.”
“Advertising is what’s generating the revenue, allowing more money to be distributed to players.”
“Every time people say something like “there’s a market crash”, people are just aiming to sell you something.”
“You don’t do real estate for the short term, but you need to look at it like if there’s a market crash. But then again we’ll never know until we know”
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Listen to the Brofessional podcast on:
Our Website: www.brofessionaldevelopment.com
Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/brofessional-development-podcast/id1525013123
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/18Mm3zIWLUl3vdAj0zBYHj
Brofessional Development Podcast is hosted by St. Louis Business Owners Bobby Drummond, Brad Loyet, Dan Greiner, and Matt Kresko!

Getting updated with current events is important if you want to understand what’s going on in the country. This will also help you understand how the economy is being affected by these new events. In this episode, we talk about the current events that are affecting us in business. From understanding inflation, baseball news, how Walmart went done in Q1 profit earnings, how Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s trial has affected the population, US soccer agreeing for equal pay, Elon Musk’s Twitter deal being put on hold, and Real Estate market events.
In this Episode
[04:00] Current real estate trend
[05:10] Inflation numbers that are increasing
[09:00] Baseball Events
[10:20] Walmart took a huge loss in Q1 profit-earning
[11:34] Johnny Depp and Amber Heard
[13:10] US Soccer agreeing to equal pay
[16:10] Elon Musk says the Twitter deal is on hold
[20:10] Real Estate another housing market crash?
Notable Quotes
“Don’t let the government tell you that inflation is anyone’s fault, besides the government. Because at the end of the day the government controls the dollar.”
“Advertising is what’s generating the revenue, allowing more money to be distributed to players.”
“Every time people say something like “there’s a market crash”, people are just aiming to sell you something.”
“You don’t do real estate for the short term, but you need to look at it like if there’s a market crash. But then again we’ll never know until we know”
Follow us on Instagram: www.instagram.com/brofessionaldevelopment
Facebook: www.facebook.com/brofessionaldevelopment
Twitter: www.twitter.com/brofessionald
Listen to the Brofessional podcast on:
Our Website: www.brofessionaldevelopment.com
Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/brofessional-development-podcast/id1525013123
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/18Mm3zIWLUl3vdAj0zBYHj
Brofessional Development Podcast is hosted by St. Louis Business Owners Bobby Drummond, Brad Loyet, Dan Greiner, and Matt Kresko!

26 min