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John asks…

I’m making a presentation about Money and Wall Street, and my friends say I should include things like……?

1. Many people use the term “WallWallWall StreetStreetStreet” as a shorthand for trading and commerce. This is because WallWallWall StreetStreetStreet leads the American market, remaining the headquarters of many influential corporations and setting trends which the rest of the country tends to follow.
2. It is the collective name for the financial and investment community, which includes stock exchanges and large banks, brokerages, securities and underwriting firms, and big businesses. Some people believe that the interests of these big firms contrast those of smaller businesses, or “Main Street”.

What can I say about this at the presentation?

Justin answers:

No that term is never used. The term is The Street.

Richard asks…

does my resume need work?

just did some work on my resume, i was wondering if there is anything here i should change. I am currently a supervisor at UPS.

JWolf0825@yahoo.com
Three years customer service in a fast-paced consumer environment has improved my ability to understand and satisfy the customers’ needs. I am seeking a challenging position with a well known hotel/casino as I believe my skills, knowledge, and experience have prepared me for this industry. I am flexible to being a leader or a team player and I’m looking for to grow within your company.
Summary of Qualifications
•Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook •Computer, fax, copiers, and printers
•Sales, marketing, and retail
•Warehouse, shipping, and distribution •Customer Service and supplier relationships •Problem solving, decision making, and researching
•Multi-tasking, organizing, time management •Results-oriented, customer-oriented •Strong communication skills •Exceptionally self motivated and great ability to work on own initiative •Demonstrated positive leadership
Professional Experience
United Parcel Service, Philadelphia, PA October 2009 – Present
Part-Time Supervisor

•Effectively train and follow up on employees to achieve desired results
•Completing daily tasks with employees and new hires
•Showing new employees the operation and procedures
•Keeping accurate records of employees production and performance
•Maintain a safe working environment by enforcing safety policies and procedures
•Maintain quality service levels by establishing and enforcing company standards
•Prepare reports in a timely manner
•Perform regular audits on employees to ensure compliance with company policies
United Parcel Service, Philadelphia, PA March 2006 – July 2007
Package Handler October 2007 – October 2009
•Deliver speed of service by meeting daily load and unload goals of trailers and air containers
•Trained to handle hazardous packages
Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia, PA March 2007 – August 2007 Membership Sales Associate
•Customer service skills utilized to assist guests with sales, questions and concerns to increase attendance
•Conducted marketing presentations to attract new members and increase memberships
•Used sales techniques to offer the best memberships to guests •Introduced and handled sales promotions for arriving guests
BJ’s Wholesale Club, Springfield, PA May 2005 – Mar 2006 Cashier and Sales
•Customer service skills used to answer all incoming questions and concerns to increase sales
•Managed cashiering activities in areas of purchasing, returns, and exchanges, and enforced store policies •Assisted in training new store employees
•Interacted with vendors concerning pricing, availability, damaged product, buy-backs, and special orders. •Received telephone requests for price quotations, purchase orders, order changes, adjustments, and cancellations directly from domestic customers, original equipment manufacturers, and distributors. •Retrieved customer information, stock status information, the status of purchase orders, and to make changes on customer purchase orders.

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND EDUCATION

Business Administration, A.A.S.

Delaware County Community College, Media, PA August 2009 – Present
High School Diploma
Continental Academy, Miramar, FL April 2009 – May 2009 Regionally Accredited
Upper Darby High School, Drexel Hill, PA September 1999 – June 2003
Accomplishments
•Employee of the Month Awards at United Parcel Service •Perfect Attendance Awards at United Parcel Service •Top Membership Sales of the Month at the Philadelphia Zoo

Justin answers:

You wrote too much.. They skim through it so like underline something important that you want them to notice

Robert asks…

new resume, should i make changes?

just did some work on my resume, i was wondering if there is anything here i should change. I am currently a supervisor at UPS.

JWolf0825@yahoo.com
Three years customer service in a fast-paced consumer environment has improved my ability to understand and satisfy the customers’ needs. I am seeking a challenging position with a well known hotel/casino as I believe my skills, knowledge, and experience have prepared me for this industry. I am flexible to being a leader or a team player and I’m looking for to grow within your company.
Summary of Qualifications
•Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook •Computer, fax, copiers, and printers
•Sales, marketing, and retail
•Warehouse, shipping, and distribution •Customer Service and supplier relationships •Problem solving, decision making, and researching
•Multi-tasking, organizing, time management •Results-oriented, customer-oriented •Strong communication skills •Exceptionally self motivated and great ability to work on own initiative •Demonstrated positive leadership
Professional Experience
United Parcel Service, Philadelphia, PA October 2009 – Present
Part-Time Supervisor

•Effectively train and follow up on employees to achieve desired results
•Completing daily tasks with employees and new hires
•Showing new employees the operation and procedures
•Keeping accurate records of employees production and performance
•Maintain a safe working environment by enforcing safety policies and procedures
•Maintain quality service levels by establishing and enforcing company standards
•Prepare reports in a timely manner
•Perform regular audits on employees to ensure compliance with company policies
United Parcel Service, Philadelphia, PA March 2006 – July 2007
Package Handler October 2007 – October 2009
•Deliver speed of service by meeting daily load and unload goals of trailers and air containers
•Trained to handle hazardous packages
Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia, PA March 2007 – August 2007 Membership Sales Associate
•Customer service skills utilized to assist guests with sales, questions and concerns to increase attendance
•Conducted marketing presentations to attract new members and increase memberships
•Used sales techniques to offer the best memberships to guests •Introduced and handled sales promotions for arriving guests
BJ’s Wholesale Club, Springfield, PA May 2005 – Mar 2006 Cashier and Sales
•Customer service skills used to answer all incoming questions and concerns to increase sales
•Managed cashiering activities in areas of purchasing, returns, and exchanges, and enforced store policies •Assisted in training new store employees
•Interacted with vendors concerning pricing, availability, damaged product, buy-backs, and special orders. •Received telephone requests for price quotations, purchase orders, order changes, adjustments, and cancellations directly from domestic customers, original equipment manufacturers, and distributors. •Retrieved customer information, stock status information, the status of purchase orders, and to make changes on customer purchase orders.

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND EDUCATION

Business Administration, A.A.S.

Delaware County Community College, Media, PA August 2009 – Present
High School Diploma
Continental Academy, Miramar, FL April 2009 – May 2009 Regionally Accredited
Upper Darby High School, Drexel Hill, PA September 1999 – June 2003
Accomplishments
•Employee of the Month Awards at United Parcel Service •Perfect Attendance Awards at United Parcel Service •Top Membership Sales of the Month at the Philadelphia Zoo

Justin answers:

Your resume looks good to me.

Charles asks…

updated resume, does it need work?

just did some work on my resume, i was wondering if there is anything here i should change. I am currently a supervisor at UPS.

JWolf0825@yahoo.com
Three years customer service in a fast-paced consumer environment has improved my ability to understand and satisfy the customers’ needs. I am seeking a challenging position with a well known hotel/casino as I believe my skills, knowledge, and experience have prepared me for this industry. I am flexible to being a leader or a team player and I’m looking for to grow within your company.
Summary of Qualifications
•Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook •Computer, fax, copiers, and printers
•Sales, marketing, and retail
•Warehouse, shipping, and distribution •Customer Service and supplier relationships •Problem solving, decision making, and researching
•Multi-tasking, organizing, time management •Results-oriented, customer-oriented •Strong communication skills •Exceptionally self motivated and great ability to work on own initiative •Demonstrated positive leadership
Professional Experience
United Parcel Service, Philadelphia, PA October 2009 – Present
Part-Time Supervisor

•Effectively train and follow up on employees to achieve desired results
•Completing daily tasks with employees and new hires
•Showing new employees the operation and procedures
•Keeping accurate records of employees production and performance
•Maintain a safe working environment by enforcing safety policies and procedures
•Maintain quality service levels by establishing and enforcing company standards
•Prepare reports in a timely manner
•Perform regular audits on employees to ensure compliance with company policies
United Parcel Service, Philadelphia, PA March 2006 – July 2007
Package Handler October 2007 – October 2009
•Deliver speed of service by meeting daily load and unload goals of trailers and air containers
•Trained to handle hazardous packages
Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia, PA March 2007 – August 2007 Membership Sales Associate
•Customer service skills utilized to assist guests with sales, questions and concerns to increase attendance
•Conducted marketing presentations to attract new members and increase memberships
•Used sales techniques to offer the best memberships to guests •Introduced and handled sales promotions for arriving guests
BJ’s Wholesale Club, Springfield, PA May 2005 – Mar 2006 Cashier and Sales
•Customer service skills used to answer all incoming questions and concerns to increase sales
•Managed cashiering activities in areas of purchasing, returns, and exchanges, and enforced store policies •Assisted in training new store employees
•Interacted with vendors concerning pricing, availability, damaged product, buy-backs, and special orders. •Received telephone requests for price quotations, purchase orders, order changes, adjustments, and cancellations directly from domestic customers, original equipment manufacturers, and distributors. •Retrieved customer information, stock status information, the status of purchase orders, and to make changes on customer purchase orders.

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AND EDUCATION

Business Administration, A.A.S.

Delaware County Community College, Media, PA August 2009 – Present
High School Diploma
Continental Academy, Miramar, FL April 2009 – May 2009 Regionally Accredited
Upper Darby High School, Drexel Hill, PA September 1999 – June 2003
Accomplishments
•Employee of the Month Awards at United Parcel Service •Perfect Attendance Awards at United Parcel Service •Top Membership Sales of the Month at the Philadelphia Zoo

Justin answers:

I would like to see some transferable accomplishments listed under your summary of qualifications that either increase revenue, profit, productivity, or efficiency… Basically tied to the bottom-line of a company if feasible.

Also for your bullets under your current and previous employers, I would like to see some actionable and quantifiable results (if feasible). For instance, conducted marketing presentations… Resulting in a 57% increase in memberships.

For your bullets that start with Customer service skills, reword them to begin with an active verb… For example, Utilized my customer service skills to…

Daniel asks…

walmart? (including stock questions)?

heres the thing my computer class is doing stocks and now we are doing PowerPoint presentations on the company and i need help! some questions (THAT NEED ANSWERED) i need some help with.. if you can answer these questions..simple…. get 10 points

ok the questions are

1.What does the company do/ manufactures?
2. Any Subsidaries?
3. Does this company have overseas facilities? Is there an international market for your company’s product.
4. recnt stock prices (since april 3rd or 4th)
5. News about this company
6. Is the company’s earnings impacted by the current oil crisis?
7. Any analyst’ thought about this company?
8. You thoguhts on long term prospects for this company
9. Why should or shouldn’t we buy stock from this company?

if you can answer these questions it would be MUCH appreciated!!

P.S. its an 8th grade computer class (so no big/confusing words)

THX!!!!!
listen!!! i dont need lectured!! i need help! if i wanted lectured i would go ask my mom..

Justin answers:

GOOGLE IT….

Do your own homework its yours and not ours….

You will never learn that way find them yourself…

Steven asks…

Is there a marketing statistics website?

Hi I’m looking for a website with information like which sales techniques have the best outcome, perhaps calculated as percentages? Having stock, a generational bussiness, presentation, customer service, knowing about the product.. What keeps a customer comming back as a regular? Also, do things sell better online? What are the top selling products and how close do they compare? Do you have a refrence website?????

Justin answers:

Hey Josh,
Getting the kind of stats you mention for an existing site you own is not difficult, try http://www.google.com/analytics/ Beyond that Autoresponders for you ad campaigns like AWeber offer really great numbers.

David asks…

Why are most people so PESSIMISTIC?

The negativity is all around us and it is contagious. Do people just NEED to be negative in order to feel better about themselves?

Whenever I go to seminars there is ALWAYS somebody there who wants to then give their own little mini-seminar on the break or in the restroom telling you why the seminar presenters are all full of crap and why what they are selling just will not work.

Usually these are people who you can tell are not very successful in life. Do they perhaps need to be downers in order to feel better about their own failures in life? I really want to know what others think because I have my own views on this. I’ve attended seminars and presentations by some of the most well known and undeniably successful entrepreneurs in their industry (real estate; Forex investing; Stock Trading; eCommerce Marketing; mail-order; etc.) and these pessimists even say those things about them! I do feel so terribly sorry for the many who never learn that the way to learn how to acquire real wealth is from sitting at the feet of those who have acquired it (and not some professor who earns $79,000 a year IF he’s really good.)

Have you had this experience with pessimism -versus- optimism? Are YOU one of these people? If so then please explain WHY you always see the glass as half full rather than half empty. Has this pessimism worked for you?
Excuse me. I mis-typed. I meant to say WHY do you see the glass as half empty? Or …why do you focus more on the negative rather than the positive in a thing. This is the pessimists trademark.

Justin answers:

Okay, first, let’s clear something up. Pessimists are the one’s who see the glass half empty. Optimist’s see it as half full.

Second, a lot of times, people who give seminars are con men. I went to one about how to trade in options, selling put’s and call’s, the whole nine yards. How if you traded in options, it was virtually impossible to lose. And this guy was going to teach us for the low, low price of $30,000.00, for a 6 week course. There was one guy in the audience who asked, wouldn’t it be better to take that 30 thousand dollars and get an undergraduate degree at an accredited college? The speaker notified his goons to shut that guy down.

During our lunch break, I happened to see this person and invited him to lunch with me. But one of the goons had followed the renegade and tried to prevent him from having lunch with me. He claimed that the renegade was “disrupting” HIS customers (me, I suppose). I told Andrew, (the goon) that it was okay, I WANTED to have lunch with him. So he backed down.

I didn’t get into the program. I was just curious about it.

However, there ARE people who are pathologically skeptical. I once mentioned in passing, to some dickwad I used to work with that I knew someone who won a bronze medal in the Olympics, many years ago. This clown goes “unh unh!” As in “no you don’t”. Excuse me? He doesn’t know jack shiit about me and he’s suddenly telling me I can’t know anyone who won an olympic medal, because…because why?…because HE doesn’t know anybody himself?

George asks…

stockmarket terminology and other questions?

http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=t

Volume:14,961,103
Avg Vol (3m):22,102,400
Market Cap:249.15B
P/E (ttm):20.71
EPS (ttm):1.95
Div & Yield:1.42 (3.50%)
1y Target Est:42.26

whats the formula to yield those numbers, what do they mean, and how do they reflect on the stock?

its for a presentation, most groups just read off the numbers, kinda lame but i wanna make mine a notch higher… hope could get some help from u experts ^^

Justin answers:

Volume is the number of shares traded for the day.

Average volume for three months is the total volume divided by the number of trading days for the last three months.

Market capitalization is the number of shares outstanding times the price of one share of stock.

P/E ttm is the current price of the stock divided by the total earnings per share for the last four quarters.

EPS is earnings per share, total earnings for the company divided by the number of shares outstanding. Usually expressed on diluted basis, which means taking into account all securities that could be converted into stock, as well as options that havent been exercised.

Dividend yield is the amount of the dividend divided by the price of the stock. The dividend itself is usually expressed by the annual amount, which is usually paid in even amounts on a quarterly basis.

The one year target is the average estimate by all the analysts who cover the stock. They use valuation methods like discounted cashflow analysis to come up with estimates.

Chris asks…

Question about Business Management?

I have to make a powerpoint slide on the fallowing scenario.

You are the new training manager for a large corporation that offers employees the opportunity to purchase company stock directly through their paychecks. Using the following scenario and other recent real-life examples, develop a training session for the employees of the company. The goal of the training session is to accomplish the following:

SCENARIO

Jack and Diane are married and both executives at Electro-Source, a large multinational electronics company. The couple holds substantial Electro-Source company stock and the majority of their retirement funds depend on company stock performance.

Jack is a director within the marketing division and Diane is a vice president in charge of all North American sales. One Friday, Jack advises Diane that the company lost a large government contract for new electronic components. The contract was worth over US $1 billion in sales and the loss could signal large layoffs. Government officials have not publicly announced their contract decision; however, they have advised (privately and confidentially) several non-winning bidders, including executives at Electro-Source.

Jack and Diane decide to immediately sell the majority of their company stock to protect their retirement savings. The market on that Friday was favorable toward Electro-Source stock as earlier reports indicated that Electro-Sources was a finalist for the contract; however, as stated, a final decision was not yet public. Jack and Diane sell their stock to unsuspecting investors through their personal broker.

Discuss in your small group discussion area the issues surrounding the situational scenario identified. Come to a consensus and then individually prepare and submit an 8-10 slide presentation that will address your thoughts and ideas. Reminder the task focus:

So basically my job is to create a slideshow of the fallowing:

What punishment(s) could be enforced?
Provide other real-life examples of people who have committed this crime.

Can anyone help me out as to what punishments could be enforced??

Justin answers:

So a friend asked me to put out her book so it can start selling no prob so I made a deal….advertisement for a autograph. Trade for Trade I made her a box area on my myspace with a photo of her book the link to buy it and a lil detail about it.
I decided to start a lil AD area for those trying to have people come to a concert/show, birthday bash/party, visit your page/website, needing sponsors or just trying to sell products. AD for product, samples, thx you fan art or a placement of my (soon to be) AD. Fair

www.myspace.com/kittyissad

If you are interested in taking a lil area for some time on my myspace send me a message (MAKE SURE THE SUBJECT IN THE MESSAGE IS “AD INFORMATION/DETAILS”. What I plan on doing is first come first serve. I will have about 5-10 ADS in a area. If it is an event the day after I will remove it but, if it is a product we will have to talk about the length of time it will be on display. Now I won’t do everything for you (making the AD or putting the details in) you will have to make the add yourself and let me know what information you want inside if any at all. If it’s a flyer and you would like the link or some strange lettering to it that I can do.

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