shell companies? LLC Companies??

Spanish translation: exchange, privately held companies

19:09 Feb 9, 2017
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Government / Politics
English term or phrase: shell companies? LLC Companies??
Hola amigos colegas, se trata de un video el cual estoy traduciendo y hay algunos pasajes que no logro entender.

Aqui les dejo el link

Exactamente en el minuto 5:54 al 6:04

all the stocks nasdaq New York Stock
5:56
ashamed probably held companies llcs all
5:59
your company's okay all the cash all the
6:02
gold all the real estate adds up to
6:04
about 50 to 60 trillion dollars

todas las acciones, Nasdaq, New York Stock Exchange, Las compañías Shell probablemente, las empresas LLC todas la empresas, todo el dinero en efectivo, todo el oro, todos los bienes raíces hacen un total de unos 50 a 60 millones de millones de dólares



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nTd2ZAX_tc&t=24s


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Richard Ramirez
Local time: 17:39
Spanish translation:exchange, privately held companies
Explanation:
Mi intento cambia poco:
all the stocks, nasdaq, New York Stock
5:56
exchange, privately held companies, LLCs, all
5:59
of your companies, okay? all the cash, all the
6:02
gold, all the real estate, adds up to
6:04
about 50 to 60 trillion dollars

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Note added at 14 hrs (2017-02-10 09:29:35 GMT)
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all the Euro companies
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Susana López Millot
Spain
Local time: 22:39
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4exchange, privately held companies
Susana López Millot
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Ref. parts of discourse held at Sheraton Orlando
Taña Dalglish

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shell companies? llc companies??
exchange, privately held companies


Explanation:
Mi intento cambia poco:
all the stocks, nasdaq, New York Stock
5:56
exchange, privately held companies, LLCs, all
5:59
of your companies, okay? all the cash, all the
6:02
gold, all the real estate, adds up to
6:04
about 50 to 60 trillion dollars

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Note added at 14 hrs (2017-02-10 09:29:35 GMT)
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all the Euro companies

Susana López Millot
Spain
Local time: 22:39
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 4
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Reference: Ref. parts of discourse held at Sheraton Orlando

Reference information:
http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/11/18/2...
In the roughly twenty-four minute speech, Bannon bucks several conservative orthodoxies of the day. For one, he says that Barack Obama is not the problem; he is a symptom of the problems in America’s leadership. Similarly, he warns not to dismiss “the Occupy Wall Street kids” but to listen to them — for, if the conservative grassroots does not take a stand, the twisted view of college-indoctrinated activists becomes the nation’s future.

I’ve been able to find parts of Bannon’s discourse, and a few paragraphs are below (I have no idea at what point in the 24.30 minute speech these sections are spoken):

The system lacks the political courage to actually take it on [the looming federal debt crisis, included trillions in unfunded liabilities]. The hardest, nastiest days — if you look at Europe, just look what’s happening. Look what happened in the House of Commons yesterday when some conservatives stood up and said, “We’ve had it with Europe. We want out. We want out of this whole mess.” And they turned on each other. I said this on Hannity back in February 2010, when he had me — they had a special for Generation Zero, the first time outside The Passion of the Christ they’d ever taken an hour for one movie.

And I said all the easy choices are in back of us. All the easy decisions were years ago. Everything from here on in is gonna be hard and nasty and ugly and you’re gonna be called every name in the book. You’re gonna be vilified. [Emphasis added]

A key portion of the speech lays out Bannon’s populist indictment of Washington, DC’s “crony capitalism and permanent political class” and a profile of the “anger” that drives the Tea Party movement:

These are the people that are, as Rick Santelli so brilliantly observed: They’re those who carry the water, not those who drink the water. They’re the ones that hold our social organizations together, build our cities, run our little leagues, fight our wars, right? It’s the backbone of this country. And they’re enraged, and here’s why they’re enraged. They understand we have a system now that has socialism — as you pointed out so eloquently — we have socialism for the very poor, right — a system that, a trillion dollars a year in welfare state benefits with no taxes, right? And sixty percent of the country getting that. And we have socialism for the very wealthy, right?

The anger of the Tea Party is not racism, they’re not homophobes, they’re not nativist; what they are is common-sense, practical middle-class people that understand that they’re paying for their own and their children’s destruction. Right? And that’s the rage.

You know, the bonus pool this year, the bonus pool on Wall Street — of all the financial firms, in 2007, the year before — in 2006 and 2007, the two years where all the transactions that imploded in 2008, the bonus pool is gonna be about the same this year. Right? You know, TARP — if our business, if your business or your business had gotten in trouble and Goldman Sachs, where I was trained, had come in and given you a financing? Trust me, you would have been wiped out and you would have been fired. Right? They weren’t. All their stock is still worth a ton of money because they weren’t. We basically gave them free money and bailed them out.

There’s no recession in the Hamptons. There’s no recession in Georgetown. The other day, the Washington Post reports, five of the seven wealthiest counties in the country are the suburbs of Washington, DC. The per capita income in Washington, DC, for the first time in history, is greater than Silicon Valley. That is not a random event.

What Sarah Palin — the reason I wanted to make the movie — Sarah Palin went up against the political class in Alaska and Big Oil. Because it wasn’t that it was corrupt — there’s always gonna be corruption, there’s always gonna be bad guys taking money. That’s human nature. Read Plutarch; that happened back in Greece and Rome. We have something much worse: a compromised political class. Crony capitalism and a permanent political class, right?

It’s quite simple: how does a guy go to Washington, basically making a hundred thousand dollars a year as a lawyer in some locality, and at the end of ten years, on $165,000 and another 15,000 by federal money he can make, having to keep basically, sometimes, two locations — how is his net worth five million dollars? And in ten years, like Harry Reid, how is Harry Reid’s net worth fifteen million dollars? That’s not even mathematics, that’s just arithmetic. How does that work? That’s what the Tea Party, that’s what this revolt is about.

Taña Dalglish
Jamaica
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 44
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