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… 15/05/2018 – Two Sigma Investments Buys New 1.2% Position in Herbalife; 03/05/2018 – Herbalife Nutrition 1Q EPS $1.08; 30/05/2018 – Herbalife …

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Camden Asset Management LP decreased its stake in Zions Bancorporation N A (Prn) (ZIONW) by 8.15% based on its latest 2019Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. Camden Asset Management LP sold 150,000 shares as the company’s stock 0.00% . The hedge fund held 1.69 million shares of the major banks company at the end of 2019Q2, valued at $22.76 million, down from 1.84M at the end of the previous reported quarter. Camden Asset Management LP who had been investing in Zions Bancorporation N A (Prn) for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $ market cap company. The stock increased 2.53% or $0.3 during the last trading session, reaching $12.15. It is down 0.00% since September 15, 2018 and is . It has by 0.00% the S&P500.

Route One Investment Company Lp decreased its stake in Herbalife Ltd. (HLF) by 49.7% based on its latest 2019Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. Route One Investment Company Lp sold 1.05 million shares as the company’s stock declined 23.61% . The hedge fund held 1.06M shares of the other pharmaceuticals company at the end of 2019Q2, valued at $45.37M, down from 2.11 million at the end of the previous reported quarter. Route One Investment Company Lp who had been investing in Herbalife Ltd. for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $5.92B market cap company. The stock increased 0.92% or $0.38 during the last trading session, reaching $41.88. About 1.18M shares traded. Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. (NYSE:HLF) has declined 21.05% since September 15, 2018 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 21.05% the S&P500. Some Historical HLF News: 29/05/2018 – RT @PlainSite: Today, we are pleased to release our second Reality Check report: Herbalife Nutrition, Ltd; 18/04/2018 – Herbalife Announces Self-Tender Offer Seeking to Purchase Up to $600 M of Its Common Shrs; 03/05/2018 – Herbalife Nutrition 1Q Adj EPS $1.13; 23/05/2018 – Herbalife Nutrition Renews Partnership As Official Nutrition Sponsor Of Cristiano Ronaldo; 27/04/2018 – HERBALIFE EXTENDS TENDER OFFER EXPIRATION TO 5:00 P.M MAY 24; 24/04/2018 – Herbalife Ltd. Announces Strategic Name Change to Herbalife Nutrition Ltd., Reflecting its Leadership as a Premier Global; 15/05/2018 – Two Sigma Investments Buys New 1.2% Position in Herbalife; 03/05/2018 – Herbalife Nutrition 1Q EPS $1.08; 30/05/2018 – Herbalife Nutrition Announces Final Results of Self-Tender Offer; 25/05/2018 – Carl Icahn is reducing his position in Herbalife

Investors sentiment decreased to 0.56 in 2019 Q2. Its down 0.76, from 1.32 in 2019Q1. It worsened, as 50 investors sold HLF shares while 81 reduced holdings. 25 funds opened positions while 48 raised stakes. 137.50 million shares or 1.56% less from 139.68 million shares in 2019Q1 were reported. Aristeia Ltd stated it has 369,103 shares or 0.73% of all its holdings. Salem Invest Counselors Inc reported 450 shares. Global Endowment Management Lp holds 0.03% of its portfolio in Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. (NYSE:HLF) for 7,690 shares. Moreover, Paloma Ptnrs Mgmt has 0.03% invested in Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. (NYSE:HLF). Gateway Investment Advisers Ltd Liability Corporation, Ohio-based fund reported 47,895 shares. Omers Administration invested in 169,500 shares or 0.08% of the stock. Gsa Capital Ptnrs Limited Liability Partnership reported 0.07% in Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. (NYSE:HLF). Moreover, Stifel has 0% invested in Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. (NYSE:HLF) for 5,689 shares. Us Bancorp De owns 1,572 shares or 0% of their US portfolio. Jane Street Gp Limited stated it has 747,378 shares. Legg Mason Asset (Japan) Limited accumulated 12,499 shares. Wellington Gp Ltd Liability Partnership, Massachusetts-based fund reported 119,924 shares. Art Advsr Ltd Liability Corporation owns 487,348 shares. Bnp Paribas Arbitrage reported 280,966 shares. Royal Commercial Bank Of Canada accumulated 1.36M shares or 0.02% of the stock.

Analysts await Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. (NYSE:HLF) to report earnings on October, 29. They expect $0.64 EPS, down 13.51% or $0.10 from last year’s $0.74 per share. HLF’s profit will be $90.39 million for 16.36 P/E if the $0.64 EPS becomes a reality. After $0.70 actual EPS reported by Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts -8.57% negative EPS growth.

More notable recent Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. (NYSE:HLF) news were published by: Seekingalpha.com which released: “Herbalife: A ‘Company’ In Terminal Decline – Seeking Alpha” on August 30, 2019, also Finance.Yahoo.com with their article: “Herbalife Stock May Have Finally Found Bottom – Yahoo Finance” published on September 06, 2019, Seekingalpha.com published: “Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. (HLF) Management on Jefferies 2019 Global Consumer Conference (Transcript) – Seeking Alpha” on June 19, 2019. More interesting news about Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. (NYSE:HLF) were released by: Globenewswire.com and their article: “SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Pomerantz Law Firm Investigates Claims On Behalf of Investors of Herbalife Nutrition Ltd. – HLF – GlobeNewswire” published on April 18, 2019 as well as Seekingalpha.com‘s news article titled: “Herbalife down 7% after hours on Q2 miss, guidance cut – Seeking Alpha” with publication date: August 01, 2019.

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Disney Walt Co (DIS) Holding Held by Westover Capital Advisors Llc; Karpas Strategies Holds …

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Karpas Strategies Llc increased its stake in Centurylink Inc (CTL) by 8.55% based on its latest 2019Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. Karpas Strategies Llc bought 36,900 shares as the company’s stock rose 6.43% . The institutional investor held 468,460 shares of the public utilities company at the end of 2019Q2, valued at $5.51 million, up from 431,560 at the end of the previous reported quarter. Karpas Strategies Llc who had been investing in Centurylink Inc for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $14.07B market cap company. The stock decreased 4.66% or $0.63 during the last trading session, reaching $12.9. About 15.97 million shares traded or 30.43% up from the average. CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE:CTL) has declined 35.14% since September 14, 2018 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 35.14% the S&P500. Some Historical CTL News: 14/03/2018 – Department of Justice approves CenturyLink’s proposed sale of former Level 3 metro network assets in Boise area to Syringa Netw; 06/03/2018 – CENTURYLINK INC – BRUCE HANKS HAS BEEN APPOINTED AS LEAD INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR; 25/04/2018 – GLOBALSTAR INC – FIBERLIGHT IS SEEKING AN AMENDMENT TO ITS $255 MLN SENIOR DEBT FACILITY WITH COBANK; 28/03/2018 – Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston Of Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” Headline ACE Comic Con Seattle At The WaMu Theater & CenturyLink Field Event Center; 09/05/2018 – CENTURYLINK 1Q ADJ EPS 25C; 06/03/2018 – InsideSales.com Announces Next-Gen Al Technology for Sales; 14/05/2018 – Frost & Sullivan recognizes CenturyLink with the 2018 Latin American Enterprise Services Provider Company of the Year Award; 14/03/2018 – Department of Justice approves CenturyLink’s proposed sale of former Level 3 metro network assets in Boise area to Syringa Networks; 26/04/2018 – Globalstar Buyout Alert – National Securities Law Firm Seeks Higher Price for Globalstar Shareholders in Connection with Propos; 06/03/2018 – CENTURYLINK SAYS HARVEY PERRY TO REMAIN CHAIRMAN

Westover Capital Advisors Llc increased its stake in Disney Walt Co (DIS) by 24.35% based on its latest 2019Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. Westover Capital Advisors Llc bought 7,896 shares as the company’s stock rose 4.86% . The institutional investor held 40,320 shares of the television services company at the end of 2019Q2, valued at $5.63M, up from 32,424 at the end of the previous reported quarter. Westover Capital Advisors Llc who had been investing in Disney Walt Co for a number of months, seems to be bullish on the $248.63 billion market cap company. The stock increased 0.38% or $0.52 during the last trading session, reaching $138.02. About 4.78 million shares traded. The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) has risen 26.97% since September 14, 2018 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 26.97% the S&P500. Some Historical DIS News: 08/05/2018 – DISNEY 2Q REV. $14.55B, EST. $14.13B; 11/05/2018 – ‘Solo’ lands in ‘Star Wars’ galaxy and cast puts drama behind; 05/03/2018 – JAMES PITARO NAMED PRESIDENT OF ESPN & CO-CHAIR, DISNEY MEDIA N; 26/04/2018 – Disney is way ahead, but some others aren’t far behind; 08/05/2018 – Disney teases possibility of more ‘Avengers’ movies; 30/04/2018 – DISNEY: ‘INFINITY WAR’ GLOBAL TALLY $640.9M; 19/04/2018 – DOLBY & DISNEY REPORT EXTENDED THEATRICAL PACT; 25/04/2018 – Breitbart News: Report: Disney CEO Bob Iger Aware of John Lasseter’s Alleged Sexual Misconduct Since 2010; 30/05/2018 – News Analysis: Disney Made Quick Work of `Roseanne.’ It’s Not Always So Easy; 06/03/2018 – ESPN’s new boss is Jimmy Pitaro, a longtime Disney executive:

Investors sentiment decreased to 1.21 in 2019 Q2. Its down 1.59, from 2.8 in 2019Q1. It turned negative, as 78 investors sold DIS shares while 627 reduced holdings. 195 funds opened positions while 660 raised stakes. 1.17 billion shares or 7.23% more from 1.09 billion shares in 2019Q1 were reported. Atlas Browninc accumulated 16,846 shares or 1.63% of the stock. Moreover, Terril Brothers Inc has 0.08% invested in The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) for 1,776 shares. Cincinnati Casualty reported 20,000 shares. Camarda Advsrs Ltd Liability invested in 0.42% or 1,524 shares. Davidson Kempner Cap Mgmt Lp accumulated 0.58% or 325,000 shares. Murphy Mgmt stated it has 80,806 shares. Edgewood Mgmt Ltd reported 0% stake. 374,849 were reported by Rothschild & Com Asset Mgmt Us. Asset Management Group Inc Inc owns 24,125 shares for 1.2% of their portfolio. Hartwell J M Lp has 0.08% invested in The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS). California-based Strategic Wealth Advsr Group Incorporated Ltd Liability Co has invested 0.48% in The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS). Fdx Advsrs accumulated 24,661 shares. Ogorek Anthony Joseph Ny Adv holds 0.02% of its portfolio in The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) for 237 shares. Clal Ins Enter owns 146,000 shares. Pinebridge Invests Lp holds 0.24% or 106,403 shares.

More notable recent The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) news were published by: Finance.Yahoo.com which released: “Is The Walt Disney Company’s (NYSE:DIS) Capital Allocation Ability Worth Your Time? – Yahoo Finance” on August 26, 2019, also Investorplace.com with their article: “Disney May Disrupt Netflix, But Take Your Time With DIS Stock – Investorplace.com” published on August 21, 2019, Finance.Yahoo.com published: “These 4 Measures Indicate That Walt Disney (NYSE:DIS) Is Using Debt Extensively – Yahoo Finance” on August 12, 2019. More interesting news about The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) were released by: Finance.Yahoo.com and their article: “What Should Investors Know About The Walt Disney Company’s (NYSE:DIS) Future? – Yahoo Finance” published on May 04, 2019 as well as Seekingalpha.com‘s news article titled: “Disney Portfolio: Halftime Report – Seeking Alpha” with publication date: September 05, 2019.

Westover Capital Advisors Llc, which manages about $162.39M and $202.58M US Long portfolio, decreased its stake in Southwest Airls Co (NYSE:LUV) by 22,146 shares to 18,080 shares, valued at $918,000 in 2019Q2, according to the filing. It also reduced its holding in Dollar Gen Corp New (NYSE:DG) by 2,284 shares in the quarter, leaving it with 29,841 shares, and cut its stake in Marathon Pete Corp (NYSE:MPC).

Since May 10, 2019, it had 5 insider buys, and 0 selling transactions for $1.35 million activity. Shares for $404,250 were bought by CLONTZ STEVEN T. 10,000 shares were bought by PERRY HARVEY P, worth $109,192 on Wednesday, May 15. Dev Indraneel bought $147,155 worth of CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE:CTL) on Thursday, May 23. 50,000 shares were bought by STOREY JEFFREY K, worth $491,480 on Thursday, May 23.

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Elon Musk wants to fix Tesla’s logistic issues by taking a page out of Amazon’s book

Elon Musk held a call with Tesla employees this week in which he emphasized that Tesla needs to move cars out of the factory faster in order to fix the …

Elon Musk held a call with Tesla employees this week in which he emphasized that Tesla needs to move cars out of the factory faster in order to fix the automaker’s logistic problems.

He made several comparisons to Amazon.

Tesla is not like other automakers in many ways.

One of those ways is that Tesla owns and operates all its own stores, service centers, and delivery centers without doing business with third-party franchise dealerships, like most other automakers.

This business model results in several obvious differences, but one of the least appreciated ones is that Tesla owns and is responsible for all its vehicles all the way until the customer takes delivery.

It creates more complex logistics problems for Tesla than other automakers who simply sell to dealerships who keep a lot of inventory on their lots.

Currently, Tesla’s custom-ordered vehicles often don’t move from the factory until they schedule a delivery date with the customer, which is not always as easy as you would think.

According to people on the call, Musk told employees this week that starting next quarter, Tesla will put the vehicles in transit right away and deliver them to local delivery centers for the customers to pick them up at their convenience.

Tesla is spending a lot of manhours trying to coordinate customer deliveries and it is backing up inventory at the Fremont factory.

Musk wants a constant flow of vehicles going to the end destinations and compare the logistics to Amazon.

The CEO said:

“Amazon would go bankrupt if they would have to wait for customers to be ready to take delivery before shipping.”

Interestingly, it’s also a financial problem since Tesla is investing all the money into building the vehicles and doesn’t get paid until the customer takes delivery.

Therefore, every day that the car is built and not in the hands of the customer, it’s a day that Tesla is several tens of thousands of dollars in the hole.

Musk has been emphasizing that delivering the vehicles faster to customers would greatly improve Tesla’s financials.

On a bigger scale, Tesla having production facilities closer to its customers basez would also have a big impact on reducing transit times.

That’s exactly what Tesla is trying to do with Gigafactory 3 in China and the company claims to be moving forward with a factory in Europe.

Electrek’s Take

According to people on the call, Elon was adamant about fixing Tesla’s logistics issues and he talked about Amazon as a good example of solid logistics.

It was a bold move for Tesla to build its sales, service, and distribution network around company-owned locations instead of franchise dealerships.

I think it paid off in many ways despite the fact that there are still some issues, including some sale bans in a few states, but I like that Tesla is still finding ways to optimize the business model like this and make selling electric vehicles a better and more profitable business in the long run.

Ultimately, it should be easier for customers who will have more availability to just go pick up their cars at Tesla delivery centers.

Amazon is an interesting comparison. It’s definitely an efficient company when it comes to logistics, but it is especially interesting with the context that Amazon has been itself looking into selling cars.


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California lawmakers tackled health care, wildfire costs

California also took a stand against companies in the so-called gig economy such as Uber and Lyft by passing legislation aimed at making them treat …

In their first year with a new governor, California lawmakers passed legislation aimed at guarding against financial harm from wildfires, deterring fatal police shootings and expanding health care to young immigrants living in the country illegally. That’s on top of efforts related to employment law, housing and requiring presidential candidates to release their tax returns. Many of the bills are being closely watched across the nation and could prompt other states to follow suit.

Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed many proposals but has until mid-October to act on the rest.

HEALTH CARE

Newsom’s first budget, signed in June, lets immigrants age 25 or under who are living in the country illegally sign up for Medicaid benefits if they meet income requirements. It also expanded subsidies for middle-income people to buy health care.

Separately, a proposal to crack down on fraudulent medical exemptions for childhood vaccines became one of the year’s most controversial bills. It gives the state new oversight over doctors that write more than five medical exemptions in a year and schools that have a vaccination rate of less than 95%. It will take effect Jan. 1.

CALIFORNIA VS. TRUMP

California Democrats are trying to force President Donald Trump to release his tax returns through a new law that requires presidential candidates to disclose theirs to be on the state’s primary ballot. Trump’s campaign and the state and national Republican parties have sued to block the law, and a hearing is set for Sept. 19.

Separately, lawmakers tried to thwart Trump’s roll back of environmental regulations. Lawmakers passed a bill late Friday to enshrine Obama-era environmental protections in state law. Opponents, including several major water districts, say it will create two separate sets of rules that will be difficult to navigate.

HOUSING

Landlords won’t be able to raise yearly rent prices by more than 5% plus the cost of inflation starting Jan. 1. California’s new law follows Oregon, which adopted a statewide rent cap recently, though Oregon’s is slightly higher. A previous law still bans local governments from adopting their own rent control policies, but the law is a major victory for renters who say they’re being priced out as California struggles to confront a housing crisis.

Landlords also won’t be allowed to evict someone without showing cause or refuse to rent to someone solely because they have a federal Section 8 housing voucher.

WILDFIRES

The bankruptcy of Pacific Gas & Electric and the financial toll of catastrophic wildfires was perhaps the most significant issue facing lawmakers this year. In July, Newsom signed a law that requires the state’s three investor-owned utilities to spend a combined $5 billion on safety improvements and adopt new safety standards.

It also sets up a $21 billion fund the companies and utility customers pay into that can be tapped to help pay victims of future wildfires.

POLICING

An emotional debate over how California should respond to deadly police shootings culminated in Newsom signing a law to change when police can open fire at suspects. He also signed a companion measure that beefs up officer training on how to handle confrontations.

California’s old standard was based on the doctrine of “reasonable fear,” meaning if prosecutors or jurors believed officers had a reason to fear for their safety, they could use lethal force. The new law will allow police to use deadly force only when “necessary” to defend against an imminent threat of death or serious injury to officers or bystanders. It does not define necessary.

COLLEGE ATHLETES

California lawmakers overwhelmingly voted to challenge the NCAA’s rules that say college athletes can’t make money from use of their names, images or likenesses. Newsom hasn’t said how he plans to act on the bill.

It wouldn’t take effect until 2023 if passed, giving the NCAA time to figure out whether it will change its rules or kick out powerhouse California schools such as UCLA, USC, Stanford and Cal.

FUTURE OF WORK

California also took a stand against companies in the so-called gig economy such as Uber and Lyft by passing legislation aimed at making them treat their workers like employees. The broad bill would make it harder for many industries to treat their workers like contractors rather than employees, who are entitled to minimum wage and some benefits. Newsom supports the bill but the gig companies are also hoping to keep negotiating for their own set of rules.

Uber has suggested it won’t comply come Jan. 1, instead defending its current model if it faces legal challenges. It’s also threatened, alongside Lyft and DoorDash, to spend $30 million on a ballot campaign next year.

HAIR DISCRIMINATION

California became the first state to ban workplace and school discrimination against black people for wearing hairstyles such as braids, twists and locks. The new law says hairstyles are associated with race and therefore protected against discrimination.

Democratic state Sen. Holly Mitchell and other backers say black people are unfairly discriminated against because white hairstyles are generally considered more professional.

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Trump’s coming to Bay Area but not to Atherton

In June 2016, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich was going to hold a fundraiser for Trump in his Atherton home, but canceled the event amid criticism of the …
President Trump reacts to the song as he arrives at a rally in Phoenix on Aug. 22, 2017. AP file photo.

BY SARA TABIN

Daily Post Staff Writer

President Trump will not visit Atherton next week as previously believed, but he will still be making a trip to the Bay Area.

Trump is scheduled to come to the area on Tuesday (Sept. 17) for a fundraising event at an undisclosed location.

Politico reported two weeks ago that the fundraiser would be held in Atherton, but that has changed, according to Menlo Park Fire Chief Harold Schapelhouman.

Schapelhouman had started preliminary discussions about the event with Atherton Police Chief Steve McCulley when they were informed that the president would no longer be coming to Atherton, according to a report Schapelhouman wrote.

Harmeet Dhillon, the national committeewoman of the Republican National Committee for California, said she spoke to the White House yesterday (Sept. 13) and was certain that the fundraiser is not cancelled.

“I am planning to meet the president Tuesday here in the Bay Area,” she said.

The event may have changed venues, said Dhillon, but she would not provide any specifics about the location. “Criminal elements” in the area might try to disrupt the event if an address is released, she said.

Protests have been planned for Tuesday. Activist group Backbone Campaign was even raising funds so it could fly a giant balloon depicting Trump in a diaper over Atherton, according to SFGate.

The event is a luncheon, according to a post on Dhillon’s Facebook page, and tickets start at $1,000.

This is the second visit Trump has made to the mid-Peninsula for a fundraiser.

In August 2016, Trump went to a mystery location (believed to be in Woodside) for a similar sort of fundraiser. Tickets for that event went for $25,000 each.

In June 2016, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich was going to hold a fundraiser for Trump in his Atherton home, but canceled the event amid criticism of the Republican candidate.

During the 2016 campaign, Trump made two public appearances in the Bay Area.

On April 29, 2016, he spoke at the state Republican Convention in Burlingame that may be remembered for his unusual entrance.

Protesters gathered in front of the Hyatt Regency in Burlingame in an attempt to stop him, so Trump simply stopped his motorcade on Highway 101 behind the hotel, hopped out of his SUV, climbed over a soundwall and entered the hotel through the service entrance, bypassing the demonstrators.

On June 2, 2016, Trump held a rally in downtown San Jose, and afterward his supporters were attacked by anti-Trump demonstrators.

Dhillon, who is an attorney in San Francisco, is representing the Trump supporters who were injured in the fighting, and claims San Jose police were told to stand down during the fighting.

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