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A blog and podcast about learning disabilities and kids struggling in school. Topics include dyslexia, ADHD, autism, asperger's, reading, legal issues, dealing with schools, IEP's, therapies and more.
 
The China Tech Investor podcast is a weekly show featuring Elliott Zaagman, writer and contributor to TechNode, and James Hull, a professional investor.Each week, the two look at their watchlist and talk about what's happening with listed Chinese tech companies
 
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Arman Khodaei is a 25-year old on the autism spectrum. His podcasts shares his opinions regarding autism and Asperger's Syndrome. Feel free to call in with any questions.
 
Podcast by Eric Troutman
 
Launched by parents of an infectiously funny and *mostly* happy boy on the spectrum, the Joyriding in Autismland podcast chats with ASD parents, kiddos, therapists, writers, and artists about the unexpected, charming, and funny moments with autism. Because laughing? Is the best vacation. Find the show notes online at http://www.joyridinginautismland.com/podcast
 
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In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, the guys welcome back Bloomberg Opinion columnist Tim Culpan to discuss Xiaomi’s weak performance, the oversupply of ad inventory on the Chinese web, and general takeaways from Q2 earnings season. Elliott and James also go over the most recent earnings reports of Baidu, iQi ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, the guys are joined by Bloomberg’s Zheping Huang to talk about the unique environment of e-sports in China, and why the business models of platforms like Huya and Douyu are not easily comparable to that of Twitch. James and Elliott also go into Meituan’s most recent quarter ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, the guys go deep into new retail. In addition to discussing the latest quarterly earnings from Alibaba and JD, James and Elliott chat with Michael Zakkour, VP of Asia Strategy for Thompkins International. Michael fills us in on the phenomenon of “new retail,” why it is so m ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, James and Elliott take a step back and look at the broader trends of 2019 thus far. They also take a look at how each of the stocks on their watch list have performed thus far this year, and attempt to determine where credit or blame should be given for each stock’s perform ...…
 
In this episode, recorded August 2nd, 2019 hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull look at Bilibili (Nasdaq: BILI). They discuss what Bilibili does, who runs it and are joined by a Bilibili user, Erica Shen, who shares her views as a user of the platform. After the interview with Erica, James and Elliott look at Bilibili’s financials. Bilibili's g ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, James and Elliott chat with Matt Sheehan, Fellow at Macro Polo, the in-house think tank of the Paulson Institute. Matt discusses some of his recent research, in which he analyses how US and Chinese firms stack up in various dimensions of data. He also shares his findings on ...…
 
In this episode, recorded June 27th, 2019 hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull are joined by Andrew Polk, Trivium China Partner and Head of Econ. They discuss developments and events in China’s banking system and how they may impact investors. The discussion also covers the recent Baoshang bank takeover, the rise in interbank yield spreads, and ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, James and Elliott chat with Dev Lewis, Research Associate at Digital Asia Hub and Yanqing Scholar at Peking University. Dev has written and focused extensively on the intersection of US and Chinese tech firms as they compete in India’s rapidly developing digital ecosystem. ...…
 
In this episode, recorded June 14th, 2019 hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss recent events in Hong Kong, proposed US legislation upping pressure on Hong Kong, and get into iQiyi and Tencent’s 1Q 2019 earnings (see James’ blog for corresponding charts). The China Tech Investor podcast is powered by Technode. Please note, the hosts may ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, James and Elliott dig into the quarterly earnings of Alibaba. They also discuss the trade war’s latest impact on markets, and the proposed legislation which would require Chinese firms listing in the US to undergo American auditing standards. Please note, the hosts may have ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, James and Elliott discuss the quarterly earnings reports of Baidu and Pinduoduo. For the quarter since their IPO in 2005, Baidu failed to report a profit, in the latest in what has been a disappointing string of events for the company known best for its popular search engin ...…
 
In this special *live* episode, recorded May 23rd, 2019 at Technode’s inaugural Emerge event, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull are joined by Paul Mozur, a technology reporter with the New York Times who covers tech companies, cybersecurity, censorship and the intersection of geopolitics and technology in Asia. What better to discuss with hi ...…
 
In this episode, recorded May 9th, 2019 hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull are joined by Shai Oster, Asia Bureau Chief of The Information, to discuss SoftBank, the potential Vision Fund IPO and what may be the top of the tech-infused market cycle. The hosts also briefly touch on the ever-fluid trade rift, Trump tweets and discuss how gaming r ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, our hosts welcome back Technode contributor Michael Norris to discuss the IPO of Luckin Coffee. Luckin is hardly free of controversy. From a CMO who spent time in prison to a rapid expansion financed by an equally rapid cash burn, there are a lot of reasons for skepticism. ...…
 
It’s crossover episode time! Ell and James sit down with Jordan Schneider from the China Econtalk Podcast to discuss livestreaming fashion in China, Facebook vs Wechat, and the risks of stock-picking. Please note, the hosts may have interest in some of the stocks discussed. The discussion should not be construed as investment advice or a solici ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, our hosts talk with the one and only Anne Stevenson-Yang, co-founder and research director at J Capital Research. Anne and her team at J Cap recently made headlines when they released a report accusing US-listed Chinese second-hand auto sales platform UXIN of fraud, recomme ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull talk about Xiaomi’s Q4 earnings report, as the company is selling more smart phones but experienced a jump in inventories at year end and more. This episode also features an interview with Wall Street Journal’s Jacky Wong, where they dis ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull talk about Tencent’s Q4 earnings report, as the company attempts to prepare investors for their shifting business model. This episode also features part 2 of an interview with AgencyChina’s Michael Norris, as they discuss future growth o ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss live streaming, Pinduoduo’s results and cash flow conundrum and Meituan’s 2018 performance. Michael Norris joins to share his insights on the companies we follow and his article “Growing in a mature market: Six directions for Chi ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss JD’s surprisingly positive earnings report, and invite Bloomberg’s Tim Culpan on to discuss Alibaba and Tencent’s power struggle at the “Goldman Sachs of China,” and get deep into the balance sheets of Chinese tech companies. The ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss ByteDance allegedly asked to IPO on Shanghai’s tech board, gaming regulations (again!), Blackrock upping its stake in JD and Baidu & iQiyi’s Q4’2018 earnings. Emma Lee joins to discuss and add Meituan-Dianping (HKEx: 3690) to our ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull talk about Tencent’s investment in Reddit and the potential for China’s adoption of common reporting standards to pay the way for more open capital flows. They also discuss Xiaomi’s continued success in India, Pinduoduo raising more cash ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull welcome Analyze Asia’s Bernard Leong on the show to talk about Chinese e-commerce firms, and their proxy wars as they fight over the southeast Asia market. The guys also go over Alibaba’s quarterly earnings report, iQiyi’s regulatory roa ...…
 
Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss Vancouver real estate, Wang Qishan in Davos, make a prediction about Baidu and discuss other updates on the watchlist. Shlomo Freund, the host of the China Business Cast, who has spent 15 years as a cross-border entrepreneur, joins to talk about entrepreneurship in China and managing personal finances to a ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss the statements of Huawei founder and figurehead Ren Zhengfei, as his company becomes embroiled in controversy. The guys also cover the battle for India’s smartphone users, WeChat vs Bytedance’s new messaging app, and how some of ...…
 
Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss Xiaomi’s stock slump, problems in the smartphone market, and the wave of layoffs in China tech. They are also joined by Masha Borak. She recently spent a week immersed in content on 19 different Chinese short video apps, and lived to write about it! All joking aside, Masha shares her observations from her ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull take a look back at some of the big events of 2018 and make some predictions about 2019, including the much-rumored Ant Financial IPO. They are also joined by Paul Triolo, the Head of Global Technology Policy at Eurasia Group, to talk ab ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss Bytedance accusing Elliott's Chinese publisher of “malicious slander.” James and Elliott also dig into proposed reforms around tech transfer and look into the latest news with JD, Tencent, Alibaba, and more. Please note, the host ...…
 
Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss the upcoming China Economic Work Committee, central banks, Smartisan, Samsung factory closing, Baidu’s RMB 1B investment in mini-programs, and Xiaomi’s pivot back to China. They also get into the gritty on relocating a factory with East West Associates’ Alex Bryant and Mark Plum: what goes into deciding to ...…
 
The team discusses the FCC’s new rules on the reassigned number database rule that isn’t actually a reassigned number database. We also bring you up to speed on the multi-millions of dollars that have been swirling around in the class action space with some big class settlements and fee awards. And to cap off the first season of the Ramble, we ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss Huawei, the SEC, the Tencent Music arbitration, Alibaba Pictures, Video Games Ethics committee, Baidu & iQiyi’s recent fund-raising activity, and possibility of mainland investors being able to buy Xiaomi’s shares through the HK ...…
 
This week on the Ramble: The big news of the day is the just announced TRACED Act. The good news is it seeks to give the FCC the authority it has always needed–and never had–to require call identity validation and cut down on spoofed calls. The bad news is that it modifies the existing TCPA to encourage the FCC to bring more lawsuits against mo ...…
 
Elliott and James discuss the G20, party committees, and look at the cash burn (negative free cash flow) at four watchlist companies. They are joined by Fulbright University professor and Bloomberg Opinion columnist Christopher Balding to discuss the Trump-Xi G20 meeting and party committees in Chinese companies. The discussion should not be co ...…
 
In this episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly from the series of Q3 earnings reports published last week, with a special focus on watchlist companies JD and Xiaomi. They are also joined by Sixth Tone business and technology reporter Xue Yijie ...…
 
Elliott and James are joined by Matt Brennan, co-founder of China Channel and one of the world's foremost experts on Tencent and WeChat. Elliott and James begin discussing some topics from the 9th Caixin Summit’s open-door events: fintech and financial policy; benefits of China’s WTO membership; and US-China relations. In the watchlist segment, ...…
 
This week, the USSC looks like it’s headed to decide issues that will have a significant impact on the legal framework under which lower courts apply administrative decisions by the FCC! The case will undoubtedly have far broader implications. The “Good Reyes” contractual consent decision in Tina Few v. Receivables Performance Management has of ...…
 
Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss why investors should put 11.11 sales numbers in perspective and look at which companies on the watch list are most vulnerable to a recession or worsening trade tensions. They are also joined by TechCrunch reporter Jon Russell, with whom they talk about Bytedance, Xiaomi, and the trend of international user ...…
 
We took a week off of the Ramble and what a week it was. We are truly starting to see the Marks Effect on rulings and some of these results are just baffling.To start we have our first out-of-circuit opinion applying Marks to deny a Defendant’s motion to dismiss in Adams v. Ocwen. Though Adams finds that ACA Int’l reversed both the Omnibus and ...…
 
In the second episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by TechNode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss a new addition to their watchlist with Rui Ma from the Techbuzz China podcast. They also discuss October, trading psychology, and recent earnings releases by iQiyi, Baidu and Alibaba. As always, the hosts may have interest ...…
 
On the inaugural episode of the China Tech Investor Podcast powered by Technode, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull discuss their reasons for starting the podcast, and identify the first five companies on their list of Chinese tech stocks to watch. As always, the hosts may have interest in some of the stocks discussed. Please note, the discus ...…
 
Not long ago I would have told you that platform providers are “fine” when asked whether they could be held liable solely for the unlawful actions of customers using their products. Except, it may not be that simple anymore. In Hurley v. Messer, Case No. 3:16-9949, 2018 U.S. Dist. Lexis 171588 (D. W.V. Oct. 4, 2018), the court held that a platf ...…
 
A bipartisan coalition of 35 state attorneys general submitted a comment to the Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau requesting that the FCC create a new rule that would specifically target neighborhood spoofing. The rule could help reduce the spoofed robocalls from numbers with the same area code as the consumer, or even calls from the con ...…
 
The FCC has reopened comments on what constitutes an ATDS after the recent Marks decision. The comment deadline is just two weeks away so we must act fast.Terminating your health insurance is not revocation of prior express consent to receive welcome calls about that policy according to Indiana court. In Wilkes v. Caresource the court granted t ...…
 
In a Maddox redux and decided just four days after Marks v. Crunch, the court in Glasser held that "ACA Int’l left intact earlier FCC rulings that the ‘basic function of an autodialer is to dial numbers without human intervention.” Welcome to Splitsville in New Jersey. As courts continue to address the definition of ATDS within the TCPA it was ...…
 
Two words: Sergei Lemberg.Talk about a guy who needs no introduction in TCPAland circles! On this episode of the Ramble, led by the Baron, Sergei Lemberg, of Lemberg Law joins us via the FIREline to discuss Marks and how he built his magnificent TCPA practice from the ground up. Sergei explains how he turned around a series of failures into a p ...…
 
The Baron hosts this week while the Czar is away at a speaking engagement in DC.The first case we discuss this week is Christianson v. Ocwen Loan Servicing. There the Court extended the statute of limitations based on the filing of an earlier lawsuit allowing Ocwen to be sued (unjustly?) for alleged TCPA violations dating back more than 6 years ...…
 
The Czar introduces the Queen of upcoming FCRAland.com. The next information hub provided by Womble Bond Dickinson.This week on the Ramble we talk about an "Unlikely Pair," a set of cases that show how Good Reyes is all over the map right now. Rodriguez v. Premier Bankcard and Tillman v. Hertz Corporation.Next up in Gonzalez v. Ocwen Loan Servi ...…
 
First up this week is Heard v. Nationstar Mortg. Llc. The Court held that an Avaya predictive dialer met the statutory definition of an ATDS even if the FCC’s 2003 and 2008 Predictive Dialer Rulings were overruled by ACA Int’l. And all of TCPAland shuddered.As you know, in TCPAland good news only lasts so long. This week, the Plaintiff appealed ...…
 
The team discusses some of the decisions that came out this week in TCPAland and Eric's prediction of sparks flying didn't pan out in regards to the FCC oversight hearing.First up is a Good Reyes decision coming out of the Eleventh Circuit in the Few v. Receivables Performance Management. What makes Few particularly powerful is its recognition ...…
 
A whole lot happening in TCPALand this last week and the Czar is back at the helm.In simultaneous rulings issued last Thursday, the Hon. Jerome B. Simandle ruled twice that dialers calling from lists do qualify as automated telephone dialing systems for purposes of the TCPA after all.In Abante Rooter and Plumbing, Inc. v. Alarm. Com,, the case ...…
 
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