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https://twitter.com/PeterMallouk/status/1756329886682095790

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Uber puede tener nubes en el horizonte

De un boletín que recibo:

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Uber, Lyft Drivers to Spend Valentine’s Day on Strike
Photo of private hire and Uber drivers striking in London572xauto
Photo by War on Want via CC BY 2.0
Enjoy your Valentine’s Day dinner. Just don’t drink so much Cab you can’t drive home.
On Wednesday, thousands of Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, and other app-based gig workers across the US, UK, and Canada plan to go on strike to fight for better pay. In other words, you may not be able to count on doorstep food delivery, either.

The Long and Winding Road (to Profitability)

It only took 15 years and billions of dollars in losses (including a $1.8 billion operating loss in 2022), but Uber announced its first-ever annual operating profit last week, earning $1.1 billion. But as its share price climbed to an all-time high, the company’s army of independently contracted drivers likely bristled. In the US last year, Uber drivers’ average monthly gross earnings fell by more than 17%, according to data analyzed by industry research firm Gridwise Analytics. That comes after a 45-month period between 2018 and 2022 in which ride prices increased 83%, according to a Forbes data analysis, or four times the rate of inflation.
Lyft drivers, meanwhile, saw their gross average monthly earnings increase by 2.5% last year. But Lyft drivers earn comparatively less than Uber drivers — $1,058 per month versus $1,409, per Gridwise. That prompted Lyft, facing a driver shortage and a looming earnings call on Tuesday, to announce a guarantee last week that its drivers earn at least 70% of what customers pay per ride.
While the Valentine’s Day strike will disrupt one of the busiest days of the year for the gig economy, it’s still the slow creep of regulation that likely threatens these companies most:

  • In January, the Department of Labor announced a new rule stating that independent contractors must be re-classified as employees if they are “economically dependent” on a company.
  • The rule is sure to face hot legal challenges, and “economically dependent” is a nebulous term at best. While the vast majority of gig workers only drive part-time, 38% of surveyed gig workers told Gridwise they work to cover gaps or changes in income; 62% said they opt for the work due to its flexible hours, a hallmark of self-employment.
    14pxx14pxAcross the Pond: According to the European Commission, as many as 5.5 million gig workers in the EU are misclassified as self-employed. Last week, lawmakers in Brussels finally reached an agreement that will introduce new criteria for judging whether a gig worker is an independent contractor or a full-time employee after two years of drafting and negotiations. But critics say the final bill has been watered down to the point of uselessness. Meanwhile, we’re nostalgic for the days of yellow taxis.

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Alguien que me explique como un índice ponderado por precio de acción tiene sentido si las empresas hacen splits?
El split es como re balancear?

El Dow Jones no tiene sentido y sin embargo …

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Les ponen coeficientes a las que hacen splits,

El índice se calculaba inicialmente dividiendo el valor total de las acciones por el número de estas. Sin embargo, para compensar los efectos del desdoblamiento de acciones (que se produce cuando una empresa aumenta su número de acciones manteniendo el valor de su capitalización de mercado, resultando en un mayor número de acciones con un valor menor cada una) y otros ajustes, el valor total de las acciones pasó a dividirse por una fórmula matemática que otorga mayor “peso” a las empresas más grandes e importantes. Debido a esto, una caída de, por ejemplo, los títulos de Microsoft en la Bolsa de Valores de Nueva York tiene un impacto mucho mayor que la de una empresa con una capitalización de mercado más pequeña. Después de muchos ajustes el divisor actual es menor a 1 (aprox. 0,1323), por lo que el valor del índice es mayor que el valor total de sus componentes. Cada dólar de cambio en el índice influye en 7,56 puntos en el promedio.

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Según Invertiryespecular

Si no has multiplicado por 7 tu patrimonio en estos últimos 15 años has hecho el canelo

P.D: He hecho el canelo

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Desde el 2009 Yo multiplique por 7 mi salario en eur, vale tmb?

No me hagas llorar a mi tambien.
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¿por cuánto has multiplicado?

Desde los minimos de la GFC un x8 en patrimonio bursatil pero no vale porque he ido aportando cada año

Además no tengo los números de 2009 y 2010 (época pre DGI). Puedo hacer una estimación con lo que recuerdo (pero ya se sabe como es la memoria).

Diría que el TAE ha podido ser del 10,5% desde esa fecha (equivalente a un x 4,4 aprox) pero hay que cogerlo con pinzas.

Resumen: He hecho el canelo

P.D.2: Hay que tener en cuenta que el euro dolar estaba a 0,67 por aquella epoca (mínimos de 2009) y hoy está a 0,92 por lo que el x7 en $ se convierte en un x10 en euros

P.D.3: Si no has hecho un x10 en los últimos 15 años has hecho el canelo

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No está nada mal, yo lo firmaba con los ojos cerrados