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Guest Host Rich Zeoli Talks COVID and China
"Strong covid likelihood -19 was in fact a bioweapon created by the chinese government and do i think that maybe they had a motivation in unleashing it before the 2020 presidential election damn right i do so think about it trump was going after china and actually holding china accountable he was imposing tariffs on china he was pushing china to stop their currency manipulation stop the intellectual property theft and cut crap the when it came to their encroachment on the south china sea and joe biden worked for them who'd you rather have in the white house huh a guy who's busting your chops or a guy who works for you easy answer in my opinion i mean on the one hand you got a guy who's actually holding you accountable and cracking down and not letting you take over the entire world on the other hand you have a guy who's on your payroll literally joe biden is on china's payroll who are you gonna pick hmm i know tough choice right there right so now the virus is unleashed in the fall of 2019 the world military games china doesn't care if they lose a couple million people they have a population issue like communist all regimes they can't feed their people because communism doesn't work so if they lose a couple people here and there millions it it doesn't matter but they unleash this virus in the world or maybe it was an accident it just walked out of the lab on its own either way do i think there's a motivation behind trying to use this as a way to bring the united states down to its
Fresh update on "$19" discussed on Evening News with Art Sanders
"Extension, the temporary truce in effect for another day to allow more hostages to be freed Secretary and more of aid State to Antony get into Gaza. Blinken says talks on both sides appear to be working. This process producing results. It's important and we hope that it can continue. Meantime, there's been a deadly shooting at a bus stop in Jerusalem amid the ongoing conflict. Israeli police say two Palestinian gunmen opened fire, killing two women and a man and then two off duty soldiers and an armed civilian returned fire and killed the gunman. In New York City, the annual lighting of the Rockefeller Christmas tree nearly mobbed by a massive crowd of protesters angry over the Israel -Hamas war. thousands came to Midtown for an evening, just one chilly but joyous evening away from the grim problems the world presents, the grim problems of the world. We're not far away. Pro -Palestine protesters clashed with police on Sixth Avenue just a block south of Rockefeller Center several people were arrested there. ABC's Jim Dolan, the tree lighting went off without any interruption. Former Secretary of State in the 1970s Henry Kissinger has died. He passed away last night at his Connecticut home at 100 years old. Kissinger is widely believed to have been one of the most iconic diplomats in American history. Here's Kissinger years ago explaining his philosophy. Foreign policy has to reflect the continuing values of the American people. A cause of death was not given. New York Congressman George Santos holding a news conference later this morning ahead of a vote to oust him from office on Friday over numerous charges of fraud and lying to federal officials. House Speaker Mike Johnson expressing concern that removing Santos from office without a conviction BC News. My brother in law died suddenly and now my sister and her kids have to sell their home. That's why I told my husband we could not put off getting life insurance any longer. An agent offered us a 10 year $500 ,000 policy for nearly $50 a month. Then we called select quote. Select quote found us identical coverage for only $19 a month, a savings of $369 a year. Whether you need a $500 ,000 policy or a $5 ,000 ,000 policy select quote could save you more than 50 % on term life insurance. For your free quote call select quote at 1 -800 -330 -1991 or go to selectquote .com. That's 1 -800 -330 -1991. Select quote. We shop. You save. Full details on example policies at selectquote .com slash commercials. One person now under arrest in the murder of a 21 year old woman reported missing earlier this week in Texas. The body of Idania Campos was found in the trunk of a car by her family when she cracked the location of her phone. Bobby Munoz is her aunt. She didn't deserve to be thrown, shot and thrown trunk in the of her own car and parked on the side street just to wait for somebody to find her. Officials now say Campos's boyfriend ex has confessed to her murder. Mark Cuban, owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks, now starting to explain why he's selling the team. In emails to ABC affiliate WFAA, he says he's concerned about falling media revenues. A major restaurant chain now blaming a change to its menu for a bite on its bottom line. ABC's Brian Clark explains. Red Lobster lost more than $11 million in the third quarter. That's right after the restaurant chain put ultimate endless on its everyday menu. Those two facts are connected according to Red Lobsters owner Thai Union Group. Its plan succeeded getting more customers in traffic was up by about 4%, but this also forced Red Lobster to raise the price of ultimate endless shrimp to $25. Company leaders say that's something they must watch closely so they don't turn off their customers. Brian ABC Clark News. And it's not even December, but it's really starting to look a lot like Christmas in upstate New York. 42 inches of this is ABC News. The holiday season is right around the corner, so give the gift that's hard to wrap but easy to give. Give them a steal. With powerful trimmers, blowers, and chainsaws to place under the tree, the Steel Holiday Gift Guide has something for everyone. Save $20 on
Why Is Semafor's Ben Smith Slobbering All Over Nikki Haley?
"Of course attacked my stepson and me because he works with DeSantis which the world whole knows but apparently they didn't but I make my own decisions I decide what I'm going to do you have adult children don't do what they want to do and that's okay you know I'm just thankful we don't have any kids that support Bernie Sanders you many callers come here and correctly say my god I've lost this kid didn't lost any of our four let me go on operations were initially supported stick me with you'll see how this works by twenty five million investment funding as well as revenue generated from advertising in person that investments you know their biggest initial investor was mr. producer Sam Bankman freed is in prison for ripping off god knows how many people that's inauspicious beginning I would say but this is 74 so their first investors in a 2023 semaphore raise $19 million in additional funding from investors to replace the money that they had received from Bankman free so what he was their largest external investor their largest external investor so that shows you some of their judgment now they don't put that up on their site they don't have a footnote so people quote semaphore go to semaphore they don't know these things there's more in March 23 semaphore launched its China and global business initiative quote -unquote a collaboration with the center for china and globalization ccga think tank registered as a non -government patient though its independence from the communist chinese party has been disputed semaphore has said the project's purpose is to offer quote a diversity of opinion unquote an alternative to washington's hawkish consensus on beijing now you know what that means of peace communist china for business the initiative would consist of regular events in new york and beijing and would foster dialogue between business leaders and increasing china u .s tensions now you see why they're promoting Nikki Haley if they don't present any of this on they the website don't reveal their connections they the don't other business model semaphore's partnership with the ccg has occasionally come under scrutiny semaphore's show justin smith said semaphore would go into the collaboration with eyes wide open that that it was under no illusion that chinese business leaders are other local groups operate he said they would
Fresh "$19" from News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Is live. Hamas releasing more hostages to the Red Cross on this day six of a ceasefire agreement One with Israeli Israel. American is among the ten hostages being released from Gaza in exchange for 30 Palestinian prisoners. Earlier today Hamas freeing two Russian Israelis and four Thai citizens outside the framework of the deal with Israel relatives of those still in captivity waiting in agony. Families of Americans being held hostage by Hamas told reporters that they will meet with National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on Thursday as they advocate for the release of their loved ones. Ronan Nutra, father of a mayor and Israeli soldier being held hostage told ABC News that a team from the FBI has been in close contact with their families since the October 7th attack. ABC's Liz Landers in Washington. House A vote to expel Republican Congressman George Santos coming this week. Time may be running out for Santos who has stayed in office refusing to resign after admitting to lying about much of his resume and personal story to get elected and indicted then on 23 federal charges of fraud, theft and lying to federal election officials. But the vote is controversial. Republican House Speaker Mike Johnson expressing concern about removing Santos from office being convicted of anything. I personally have real reservations about doing this. Derek Dennis, ABC President Biden in Pueblo, Colorado says clean energy means employment all across America. Instead of exporting jobs, companies both foreign and domestic are creating jobs here in America. The president speaking at a huge wind tower manufacturer, farewell to a former first lady. 96 year old Rosalynn Carter was laid to rest in her hometown of Plains, Georgia. It's where she and former President Jimmy Carter lived before and after the White House. 89 year old Jimmy Carter who's in home hospice care attended the service. They were married for 77 years. Reporting to ABC News. My brother -in -law died suddenly and now my sister and her kids have to sell their home. That's why I told my husband we could not put off getting life insurance any longer. An agent offered us a 10 year $500 ,000 policy for nearly $50 a month. Then we called select quote. Select quote found us identical coverage for only $19 a month. A savings of $369 a year. Whether you need a $500 policy or a $5 million policy. Select quote could save you more than 50 % on term life insurance. For your free quote call select quote at 1 -800 -330 1991. That's 1 -800 -330 -1991 or go to selectquote selectquote .com. That's 1 -800 -330 -1991 Select quote. We shop, you save. Full details on example policies I'm Lindsay Davis for the latest on today's headlines be sure to watch prime tonight starting at 7 Eastern on ABC News live now with more news here's Dave Packer the conservative Congressional Freedom Caucus at the Capitol issuing a warning today pushing for fiscal responsibility they're setting up a blockade in the House and the Senate that would vent foreign aid from getting approved congressman Scott Perry of California eluding Ukraine should not count on any in help the near future the house is going to remain closed for business unless the country being supplemented is named Israel and oh by the way these things have to be paid for we're out of money ladies and gentlemen next month other Freedom Caucus members today added only single -subject funding bills and border money would get their approval police in Newport Beach California say they're now investigating claims made against Oklahoma City Thunder basketball player Josh Getty the allegation surfaced anonymously online against Thunderguard Josh in Getty a now -deleted post the claim being he had an improper relationship with a high school girl Newport Beach each police confirmed ABC News allegations are being looked at but police say details are limited they say looking into whether a crime occurred giddy is 21 and declined to comment i get the question guys i completely understand you got to know about it but uh just just run for now giddy continues to play for Oklahoma City Alex Stone ABC News the Dow closed
Chris Describes Navigating Custody Battles and False Accusations
"You for having me on again. I know that we spoke the last time and I was going through a lot of, you know, the whole situation is terrible. And, you know, now I finally got some resolution and I know that you were like, you said that you're going back to court or something and you could use some, some, some good news. Yeah. So, you know, we, we, we last ended with my struggle going in and like trying to file for overnights previously. So I'll just give you a recap from that situation to now. Sorry, there's a dog. 2020, So in 2021, I was allowed to file for overnights. The judge was like, you know what, your child's too young. You can file when she's a year old. So I had to wait to file, of course, and then she's a year old and then you wait three months to get your hearing and then they hear you. And then that judge was like, okay, well, you weren't guaranteed overnights. You'll have to, um, you'll have to have like a custody neutral assessment, just like throwing anything you can in front of me just to, to block it. All right. And so we have a custody neutral assessment and then I get charged criminally, criminal charges. I go to jail for a day or so. For what? Yeah. So she accused me of stalking her and harassing her. And so then I get out of jail, of course. And the judge is like, okay, because there are charges pending, you know, she gets full legal custody and, uh, you know, you can't file for overnights until this is resolved. That is unreal. Now during my whole court proceedings, I think I even sent you some of the transcripts. Like I've been telling the judge that she is the one stalking me. She's outside my house all the time. Like she's, her mother is harassing me and yelling at me. I have like all this video footage of it. Like again, like once you get into family court, you have to document everything because there, there, there is no limits. Like a person will do absolutely anything to get the upper hand. But I've been telling the judge the whole time and he's like, well, are there any charges? I'm like, no, I don't think it's in my child's best interest for her mother to be in jail. So she gets this idea and now I'm the one that ends up in jail. So the judge takes all of my rights away and because of this stalking allegation. However, right before he does it, we were in court and she tells the judge point blank, yes, I am stalking him. After all of this, I've been telling the judge that she's been stalking me. I, I have all of the evidence. The judge takes all of my rights away. She tells the judge that she's stalking me. And in the transcript you see the judge, oh, that don't need to be on the record, which is hilarious. And then, and then so I lose all my rights and he's like, okay, well when your, your, your charges resolve, you can then file for overnights again. So now we fast forward because, you know, 19, I think like took 19 or 20 months for it to finally resolve. And I ended up having to go into this, so like, like my case was like indicted by the way. I ended up having to go into this program called PTI because I've never, I'm not a criminal. I've never been in trouble for anything. And, and if you don't know what PTI is, PTI stands for pretrial intervention. It's for, it's for people that have never been in trouble. And they're like, well, you're facing some serious allegations or charges. And instead of like having a record, you basically go into this program. It's like a one time get out of jail free card. And once you complete the program, you no longer have chart, you have no longer have a criminal record. All this will go away. So I have to enter this program. And of course the mother is like fighting with, fighting with the prosecutor and like trying to keep me from this resolving as much as humanly possible. Even after she's already admitted to stalking me, which is like bizarre because you would think that would go somewhere, right? Right. I mean, I'd be going after the judge. Like, you know, there's, it's, it's almost nothing you can do about it. You know, like, um, you know, the very final hearing, you know, all of this is going on and the judge is like, you know, this child's gonna have a terrible life. This is all my fault. And he says that on the record. It's like insane. Like, so, so I, I go through this thing for 19 months, but while, while I'm waiting for my criminal issue to resolve, I'm enforcing court orders because now she's taking it upon herself to keep my daughter from me. So now we're still in court. So I filed to enforce the court order. She has like over 30 violations and, uh, the, the, you know, the, every, I have, I go through the two judges and the judges are like, nobody wants the judge that I have now, by the way, the judge is like, you know, nobody wants to deal with this, so I'm going to deal with it. You know, and it took 10 months to get it, to get it in front of, into a trial. So we have a trial and the judge finds her to purposely be thwarting my time and her being a liar and you know, and, and all of the criminal things came out during this trial as
A highlight from Wholehearted Worship
"Now, if you can turn your Bibles, your Raps, to 1 Corinthians 14. After today, we got one more before we talk a little bit about gratitude, and then we get into the incarnation in preparation for Christmas. And we're going to pick up in verse 13, therefore, one who speaks in a tongue should pray that he may interpret. For if I pray in a tongue, my spirit prays, but my mind is unfruitful. What am I to do? I will pray with my spirit, but I will also pray with my mind. I will sing praise with my spirit, but I will sing praise with my mind also. Otherwise, if you give thanks with your spirit, how can anyone in the position of an outsider say to amen your thanksgiving when he does not know what you are saying? For you may be giving thanks well enough, but the other person is not being built up. I thank God that I speak in tongues more than all of you. Nevertheless, in church, I would rather speak five words with my mind in order to instruct others than 10 ,000 words in a tongue. Brothers, do not be children in your thinking. Be infants and evil, but in your thinking, be mature. In the law, it is written, by people of strange tongues and by the lips of foreigners, I will speak to this people, and even then, they will not listen to me, says the Lord. Thus, tongues are a sign not for believers, but for unbelievers, while prophecy is a sign not for unbelievers, but for believers. If therefore the whole church comes together and all speak in tongues and outsiders or unbelievers enter, will they not say that you are out of your minds? But if all prophecy and an unbeliever or outsider enters, he is convicted by all, he is called to account by all. The secrets of his heart are disclosed, and so, falling on his face, he will worship God and declare that God is really among you. May God bless the reading of his word this morning. Let's pray. Father, as we sit under the counsel of your word, make us like trees that are planted by the river, bearing fruit and season. May your word not return void, but may you do great things through the renewing of our minds this morning. Well, there are a number of song lyrics that people mishear. Not, you know, it's not the weird Al making up new lyrics to a song, but because of all the stuff that's going on in the music and the blurring of consonants and of the sound of vowels, people hear the wrong thing. And so one of the more famous or some of the more famous ones are, there's a bathroom on the right. Yeah, Jimi Hendrix in some people's mind said, excuse me while I kiss this guy. That's not what he's saying. For some people, it's sweet dreams are made of cheese. Perhaps that's speaking about pizza dreams. I'm not really sure. But for others, they thought we built this city on sausage rolls. So I'm not sure how that happens. Dire straits apparently once saying money for nothing and chips for free. That's a good restaurant right there. I can see clearly now Lorraine is gone. Queen saying apparently in some people's minds, kicking your cat all over the place. Okay, sometimes I want to kick cats. I don't tell my children that. And the last one is I used to work with someone who's thought the song was tube steak boogie. Not sure what hot dogs or sausage have to do with the boogie, but nonetheless, that's what she thought. We can be confused about things. That's where really I'm going about this. There's a lot that can happen within the course of a worship service that can be confusing to people. They don't understand. They don't hear right. And we don't want to add to that confusion unnecessarily. And this morning, we're going to talk about wholehearted worship. And Paul continues with that theme that he has begun already about the need for intelligibility, the need for people to understand what you're saying, and I would say by extension, what in the world is going on? And so the first part of this that I want to talk about from verses 13 and 19 is that wholehearted worship engages mind and spirit. Wholehearted worship engages both the mind as well as the spirit. Paul has been talking about how love is intended to govern the spiritual gifts precisely so that we grow in faith, hope, and love. And as we grow in faith, hope, and love, we can offer to others in the course of our worship strength, encouragement, and comfort.
Monitor Show 19:00 11-14-2023 19:00
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A highlight from Can Congress do its most basic function?
"Turbulent times call for clear -headed insight that's hard to come by these days, especially on TV. That's where we come in. Salem News Channel has the greatest collection of conservative minds all in one place. People you know and trust, like Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, Charlie Kirk, and more. Unfiltered, unapologetic truth. Find what you're searching for at snc .tv and on Local Now Channel 525. Welcome to The Doug Collins Show, sponsored by Legacy Precious Metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals. Visit LegacyPMInvestments .com. That's Legacy PMInvestments .com. Do you want to listen to a podcast? By who? Georgia GOP Congressman Doug Collins. How is it? The thing greatest I have ever heard in my whole life. I could not believe my ears. In this house, wherever the rules are disregarded, chaos and mob rule. It has been said today, where's bravery? I'll tell you where bravery is found and courage is found. It's found in this minority who has lived through the last year of nothing but rules being broken, people being put down, questions not being answered, and this majority saying, be damned with anything else. We're going to impeach and do whatever we want to do. Why? Because we won an election. I guarantee you one day you'll be back in the minority and it ain't going to be that fun. Everybody, welcome back to The Doug Collins Podcast. Glad to have you with us. A lot going on. This gets you started here on this Monday. Right after the break, we're going to dig in a little bit to the proposal out there. I'm going to talk a little bit about the financials in the house, the appropriations bills, the continuing resolutions, where they're at, where they're not at, the funding for different aspects. I want you to have a good aspect going into this week. The media is trying to paint this as the speaker's first big test, and in many ways it probably is, but it's also a continuation of issues that we've been seeing in the house for a while. Right after the break, let's jump into this and get you caught up on a Monday here on The Doug Collins Podcast. Hey, everybody. You know about Legacy Precious Metals. Legacy Precious Metals, you hear from them. We talk once a month. We talk about Legacy Precious Metals, talking about being part of your portfolio, how they're your navigator. Well, now they're not only navigating in a new way, they're actually giving you a new way to buy gold and silver. In fact, Legacy Precious Metals has developed a revolutionary new online platform that allows you to invest in real gold and silver online. In a few easy steps, you can open an account online, select your metals of choice, and choose to have them stored in a vault or shipped to your door. I'm more of a ship to my door kind of person. I enjoy having them with me, but they can do it either way, and you can now do it online. It gives you real access to a dashboard where you can track your portfolio growth in real time, anytime. You'll see transparent pricing on each coin and bar. This puts you in complete control of your money. This platform is free to sign up for. Just visit legacypminvestments .com and open your account and see this new investing platform for yourself. Gold hedges against inflation and is against a volatile stock market. A true diversified portfolio isn't just more stocks and bonds, but a different asset class. This platform allows you to make investments in gold and silver no matter how small or large with just a few clicks. Remember, do as I have done. Go to legacypminvestments .com and get started today, and now you've got a new tool to help you along in your investments. Hey everybody, it's MyPillow's 20th year anniversary, and over 80 million MyPillows have been sold. Mike Lindell and MyPillow wants to give you the lowest price in history on their MyPillows. You will receive a queen size MyPillow for $19 .98. Regular price is $69 .98 and just $10 more for a king size. You will receive deep discounts on all MyPillow products such as bed sheets, mattress toppers, pet beds, mattresses, my slippers, and so much more. This is a time to try out something other than the amazing products that you've had your eye on. Go to MyPillow .com, click on the radio podcast square and use the promo Collins to receive this amazing offer on the queen size MyPillow for $19 .98 or call 800 -986 -3994. This offer comes with a 10 -year warranty and 60 -day money back guarantee. It's time to start getting the quality sleep you deserve. You know how I know that? Because I sleep on MyPillow every night. Go to MyPillow .com and use promo code Collins or call 800 -986 -3994 today.
Monitor Show 19:00 11-13-2023 19:00
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Monitor Show 19:00 11-12-2023 19:00
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Monitor Show 19:00 11-11-2023 19:00
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A highlight from Big Blue in Big Trouble
"In this house wherever the rules are disregarded chaos and mob rule. It has been said today where is bravery? I'll tell you where bravery is found and courage is found. It's found in this minority who has lived through the last year of nothing but rules being broken, people being put down, questions not being answered and this majority say be damned with anything else. We're going to impeach and do whatever we want to do. Why? Because we won an election. I guarantee you one day you'll be back in the minority and it ain't going to be that fun. All right, folks, welcome to another edition of Friday's Finest. My name is Chip Lake and I'm going to be guest hosting the show today as Doug is out traveling. He's on assignment. He's busy. He's here. He's there. He's going from state to state. So today you're stuck with James and I for Friday's Finest and we got a good show for you. We're going to touch a little bit on the debate last night in South Florida. What I call the VP debate, the runner -up debate, right? I don't know that any of these people really have an opportunity to be the nominee of the Republican party, but they're auditioning for something and we're going to talk a little bit about that to start the show. Maybe talk a little country music awards last night in Nashville and then we're stallions, probably some Josh Dobbs, some Arthur Smith. He shaved his mustache this week. Some changes need to be made in Atlanta and Arthur Smith stepped up and took some leadership and got rid of some facial hair. So hopefully it's a sign of good change for if you're a Falcons fan and Doug and I are and we'll talk a little bit with James about the game this past weekend against the Minnesota Vikings. The initial BCS rankings came out. So we'll talk a little bit about that and we've got a really, really busy weekend coming up of college football and pro football. So stick with us after the break and we'll get started. Hey everybody, you know about Legacy Precious Metals. Legacy Precious Metals, you hear from them. We talk once a month. We talk about Legacy Precious Metals, talking about Precious Metals being a part of your portfolio, how they're your navigator. Well, now they're not only navigating in a new way, they're actually giving you a new way to buy gold and silver. In fact, Legacy Precious Metals has developed a revolutionary new online platform that allows you to invest in real gold and silver online. In a few easy steps, you can open an account online, select your metals of choice and choose to have them stored in a vault or shipped to your door. I'm more of a ship to my door kind of person. I enjoy having them with me, but they can do it either way and you can now do it online. It gives you real access to a dashboard where you can track your portfolio growth in real time, anytime. You'll see transparent pricing on each coin and bar. This puts you in complete control of your money. This platform is free to sign up for just visit legacypminvestments .com and open your account and see this new investing platform for yourself. Gold hedges against inflation and is against a volatile stock market. A true diversified portfolio isn't just more stocks and bonds, but a different asset class. This platform allows you to make investments in gold and silver no matter how small or large with just a few clicks. Remember, do as I have done, go to legacypminvestments .com and get started today and now you've got a new tool to help you along in your investments. Hey everybody, it's MyPillow's 20th year anniversary and over 80 million MyPillows have been sold. Mike Lindell and MyPillow wants to thank each of you and every one of you for giving you the lowest price in history on their MyPillows. You will receive a queen size MyPillow for $19 .98, regular prices $69 .98 and just $10 more for a king size. You will receive deep discounts on all MyPillow products such as bed sheets, mattress toppers, pet beds, mattresses, my slippers and so much more. This is a time to try out something other than the amazing products that you've had your eye on. Go to MyPillow .com, click on the radio podcast square and use the promo Collins to receive this amazing offer on the queen size MyPillow for $19 .98 or call 800 -986 -3994. This offer comes with a 10 -year warranty and 60 -day money back guarantee. It's time to start getting the quality sleep you deserve. You know how I know that? Because I sleep on a MyPillow every night. Go to MyPillow .com and use promo code Collins or call 800 -986 -3994 today.
Monitor Show 19:00 11-10-2023 19:00
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Monitor Show 19:00 11-09-2023 19:00
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Monitor Show 19:00 11-08-2023 19:00
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A highlight from Will Pronouns Break the Palestinians? with Chris Elston and Tom Homan
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A highlight from 1454: How Much Will 1 Bitcoin be Worth By 2025? - Fidelity
"In today's show, I'll be breaking down the latest Bitcoin technical analysis, as we're currently pumping, looking to retest 36 G's baby. And quoting the high priest of Bitcoin, Max Keiser, Bitcoin separates money from the state, defund monarchy, defund the central banks, Bitcoin fixes this. He also predicts rate cuts will boost Bitcoin to his $220 ,000 target, send it, let's freaking go. Also breaking news, Bitcoin ordinals see a resurgence on the Binance listing, we'll also be discussing Caitlin Long's Custodia Bank officially launches her Bitcoin custody platform, as well as Hong Kong is now considering crypto ETFs as part of an effort to become the leading digital asset hub. I'll be breaking down this latest report, as well as the latest regarding Bitcoin ETFs and the fresh surge of capital incoming. We're also going to be discussing one of the largest asset managers in the world, which is Fidelity, currently with four and a half trillion in assets under management, exactly how much one Bitcoin will be worth by the year 2025, according to their head of macro, Jerry and Timur. Now that we have had a new price pump, this is a brand new prediction I have never shared before. We'll also be taking a look at the overall crypto market, all this plus so much more in today's show. Yo what's good crypto fam? This is first and foremost a video show. So if you want the full premium experience with video, visit my YouTube channel at cryptonewsalerts .net. Again that's crypto news alerts .net. Welcome everyone. This is podcast episode number 1454. I'm your host JV and today is November 7th, 2023. We have lots to cover. Let's kick it off with our market watch as we do each and every day. As you can see on your screen, we got Bitcoin back in the green, looking to retest 36 ,000 and creeping towards that target while Ethereum, BNB and XRP are currently pulling back and in the red. And checking out coinmarketcap .com, the current crypto market cap is on the climb as well at 1 .34 trillion dollars with roughly 45 and a half billion in volume in the past 24 hours. The Bitcoin dominance a little on the decline here today at 51 .8 % and the Ether dominance has been dropping as well, currently at 17 % even. I'd love for you to tell me in that chat, how high do you feel this Bitcoin dominance is likely to climb for this cycle peak? Let me know. And checking out the top 100 crypto gainers of the past 24 hours, we got the trust wallet token leading the pack up 9 % trading at $1 .79, followed by Solana up 9 % trading at 44 bucks, followed by Kronos up almost 8 % trading just under 8 cents and checking out crypto bubbles so we can see the top 100 gainers of the past week. Kind of a lot in the red right now, but we do have a handful in the green as well. BNTWT up 9 % and PLS up 6 .4 % and TON up 6 .7 % with the biggest loser being WeMixed down almost 19 % and checking out one of my favorite indicators, the crypto greed and fear index shows we're currently rated a 68 in greed yesterday was a 74 last week a 66 and last month a 50 dead in the middle, which is neutral. So there you have it, fam. How many of you are currently bullish on that king crypto? Please let me know in that live chat. So let's just kick it off into high gear and let's break down today's Bitcoin technical analysis. Check out the charts where the Bitcoin price action is likely to go next. So here we go. Check it out. You're looking at the Bitcoin one hour candle chart here. Bitcoin fell towards 34 .5 November 7th as analysts attention turned to mushrooming the open interest data from coin Telegraph and trading view showed Bitcoin struggling to reclaim 35 ,000 to support Bitcoin lacked clear direction into the Wall Street open, but market participants predicted the volatility would soon return. The reason they said was a sharp increase in open interest on derivative markets, quitting them here, almost 10 ,000 BTC worth 350 million in open interest added today, according to financial commentator Ted talks macro now coin Telegraph open interest reaching elevated levels has coincided with bouts of volatility in the recent months. Current levels total nearly 15 and a half billion at this time. And James van Stratton research and data analysts at crypto insights crypto slate described the fluctuations as noticeable, quitting him here. The CME exchange preferred by institutional investors has achieved a new record in open interest with 105 ,000 BTC contracts open valid at $3 .68 billion. Finance has edged past this figure would open interest of approximately 113 ,500 BTC. This trend points to increasing involvement in Bitcoin futures, hinting at either a positive shift in the market mood or a move towards protective strategies by the investors. Now the sense of uncertainty over how the open interest phenomenon would play out was shared by J .A. Martin, a contributor of on -chain analytics platform crypto quant as he shares here on X Bitcoin on the low timeframe. The open interest on Bitcoin futures is ramping up. Certain apes are taken significant positions, but it is unclear to me whether they're going to short or too long. Now in his analysis, he suggests the open interest was now in a territory that had previously seen 20 % of the Bitcoin price drawdowns, quitting him here historically, whenever this metric surpassed 12 .2 billion, it resulted in a minimum 20 % decline of the Bitcoin price. That interest open deserved significant attention. Now continuing this current pump, we have 36 ,000, which I think we're likely to retest here shortly as we started pumping right before I went live. According to school analytics, Bitcoin's looking like a short covering bounce here. Some open interest is coming off the lows here too. Word up and good to note. And going back here, let's see what other analysts we can quote here. We also have material indicators who shared the following. Calling a local top at 36 ,000 doesn't mean 36 ,000 is off the table this year. But the metrics I'm looking at indicate that at the very least it is off the table for this week. He says that call also doesn't mean the price will free fall back to the prior 25, 28, five range. But if a bull breakout isn't validated for this month, that range low is critical. So there you have it. I disagree with this analyst. Clearly, we're pumping right now and I feel we're likely to retest 36 ,000 potentially here today. We shall soon see. And quoting Max Keiser, the high priest of Bitcoin, he says, Bitcoin separates money and all that gold from the state, defund monarchy, defund the central banks. Bitcoin fixes this and he's responding to this news here. The king delivers the king's speech from the throne in the House of Lords chamber. The speech is written by the government and sets out the legislative agenda for the new session. Max Keiser also wrote here in regards to this tweet, the Fed doesn't want to talk about rate cuts, but Wall Street is sniffing out an increasing likelihood of just that. Six months ago, if the economy had fallen off the cliff, the Fed's hands were tied and it couldn't cut rates. Well, now it can. And Max Keiser responded, the rate cuts will boost Bitcoin to my 220 ,000 dollar target for sure. We'll send it and let's freaking go. Let's dive into our next story of the day and discuss the latest with Bitcoin ordinals, which is their NFTs. How many of you have actually experimented or used Bitcoin ordinals before? Please do let me know. Ordinals is a BRC20 token collection minted on the Bitcoin blockchain, which surged 80 or sorry, 40 percent in the past 24 hours to $10 .19 after listing on the crypto exchange Binance. And according to Binance's November 7th announcement, traders can now trade ordinals against Tether. Now, Bitcoin and the Turkish lira as well, Binance claims that it did not charge developers any listing fees for the already token and that withdrawals will now open November 8th as part of the initial incentives. The first 1000 users who deposit at least 72 already to the exchange receive 50 USDT trading rebate voucher, quoting them here already is a relatively new token that poses a higher than normal risk and as such will likely be subject to high price volatility. Word up. Now, the Bitcoin ordinals is a numbering system that assigns a unique number to each individual Satoshi or one 100 million of a Bitcoin, enabling tracking and transfer and combined with the inscription process, which adds an additional layer of data to each Satoshi. This allows users to make unique digital assets on the digital Bitcoin blockchain. The current token listed on Binance already is not associated with developers of Bitcoin ordinals. Good to note. Invented by Web3 developer Rod or more in January, BRC20 tokens have surged in popularity of one of the largest technological advancements in a 15 year old block chain. Now, self custody wallet providers such as BitKeep now BitGet Wallet have enabled BRC20 token deposits as well as withdrawals since June. The total market cap of BRC20 tokens currently stands at one point three four billion dollars. So there you have it. Hi, fam. Let's dive into our next story of the day and discuss the latest with Custodia Bank now offering Bitcoin custodial services. This is actually pretty cool. And this is Caitlin Long's company. By the way, she's also very bullish on BTC Custodia Bank, a crypto friendly bank founded by Bitcoin advocate Caitlin Long launched its BT custody platform. The firm shared November 7th to announce the launch of Custodia Bank's Bitcoin custody service targeting businesses like fiduciaries, investment advisors, fund managers and corporate treasurers. The launch comes soon after Custodia Bank earned approval from the Wyoming Division of Banking to go live with the service. The announcement notes and announcing the news, Custodia Bank emphasized that the platform is a non lending bank built by Bitcoiners that offer segregated custody accounts on its custom built Bitcoin custody platform. The statement said Custodia Bank offers integrated Bitcoin custody and U .S. dollar services all on one platform designed to simplify the user operations while reducing risk. Here's what they shared. Since we built our Bitcoin custody platform in -house, we are especially grateful to those willing to help us by providing user feedback. Now, Custodia Bank's approval from the Wyoming Division of Banking follows a series of regulatory challenges for the firm. Back in January of this year, the Federal Reserve Board rejected the bank's application to become a member of the Federal Reserve System. Not surprising, right? Saying it was inconsistent with the required factors under the law. The Fed subsequently denied Custodia's request to reconsider its membership application in the system. That's just straight wrong. In a detailed report back in March, the Fed's board said the decision to reject Custodia's app was due to concerns about banks with high concentration of activities related to the crypto industry. Hence why they don't want it. They don't want to support crypto, fam. It's clear. Custodia Bank opened for business in August of this year, though the Fed has blocked much of its proposed business model, which doesn't come as a surprise. Founded in 2020, Custodia is a bank aiming to bridge the gap between digital assets and a digital asset custodian. The firm was formerly known as Avante Financial Group and is based in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Custodia Bank did not immediately respond to requests for comment, but hey, it's definitely a good sign that adoption is coming and banks will be integrating Bitcoin or they're just going to get left behind. So hopefully many major banks follow in the footsteps of Caitlin Long's Custodia Bank. But let me know, fam, how you guys feel. And a reminder, only keep in the bank what you're willing to lose at the end of the day. Because what if there was a bank run? Even with it being FDIC insured, they don't have the money to give it to everybody. Hence what happened earlier in the year with the regional banking crisis and what happened in return to Bitcoin. We started pumping. In fact, Bitcoin's up well over 100 percent since the start of the year. And I feel we're just getting started. All right, fam. Now let's dive into our next story of the day and discuss the latest with the ETF news coming out of Hong Kong, which I know is not in the mainland of China, but still considered a part of China. And I think we're going to have ETF adoption not just in the United States, but clearly in Asia as well as in the Middle East, because in all markets they're seeking it and competition definitely a good thing, especially when it comes to these ETFs. So let's break down this latest report. Hong Kong is reportedly weighing the possibility of allowing the spot crypto ETF in a Bloomberg report. The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission CEO, Julia Leong, outlines what it would take for the spot crypto ETFs to be authorized in the city -state, quoting her here. We welcome proposals using innovative tech that boost efficiency and customer experience. We're happy to try it as long as new risks are addressed. Our approach is consistent regardless of the asset. So according to Bloomberg, Hong Kong currently only allows future based crypto ETFs and among the listed products includes the Samsung Bitcoin futures active as well as the Bitcoin and Ethereum futures ETF issued by CSOP Asset Management. The possibility of a spot crypto ETF getting approved in Hong Kong comes at a time when Hong Kong's ambitions of becoming a leading digital asset hub are in high gear. According to the report earlier in the year, Hong Kong rolled out a virtual asset regulatory framework and on the crypto regulatory framework. Here's what she shared, Hong Kong's comprehensive virtual asset regulatory framework follows the principle of same business, same risks, same rules, and aims to provide robust investor protections and manage those key risks. This will enable the industry to develop sustainably and support innovation. Also reports emerged in June that Hong Kong Monetary Authority pushed for banks in the city -state to offer their services to licensed crypto exchanges. It was also reported in February that China was supposedly in support of Hong Kong's plans to allow both institutional and retail investors to trade in crypto assets. So there you have it, fam, mass adoption. Let's freaking go. We all know there's trillions of dollars sitting on the sidelines just awaiting that spot Bitcoin ETF approval. And once we get that green light game on, it will absolutely be a game changer. But anyways, fam, now let's discuss Bitcoin ETFs being we're discussing them already. And it's on everyone's mind right now before we break into the latest prediction from one of the largest asset manager, Fidelity, who currently controls four and a half trillion in assets under management. Let's first discuss these BlackRock ETFs and ETFs from some of the other asset managers. Here we go. The launch of a spot Bitcoin ETF from BlackRock is a highly anticipated event in the crypto industry. I'd say the biggest, most anticipated event next to the Bitcoin halving. You know what I mean? It's expected to provide unprecedented institutional access to the crypto market, representing a significant shift from leading banks and promising substantial capital inflows. These developments will eventually change the industry and kickstart the new market cycle. What we're seeing in the market at the current moment is still speculation by the whales, some traditional firms and industry insiders. Now, while the move towards the ETF app approval is a positive development, the price discovery mechanism for Bitcoin is typically driven by derivatives like perpetuals. Let's keep in mind that these are leverage orders that can be liquidated with the right catalyst, whether on the upside or doing a pullback as traders take profit or leverage longs get liquidated. This means that recent price hikes post announcements weren't necessarily caused by a fresh inflow of institutional capital. Though that will happen eventually, they were actually caused by speculation around ETFs driven by people already plugged into the crypto space, including the whales, quoting them here. An ETF approval means that there will be an exponential increase in the amount of capital with access to BTC. That's right. And spot ETF. Unlike futures, there is true price discovery, so there will be no market manipulation. So we should still take this as a sign of institutional interest. It is not unlikely that the capital that kept Bitcoin outperforming traditional assets came from the large institutions or savvy allocators of capital buying ahead of the positive ETF news. CME futures are dominating the crypto future markets right now, suggesting that indeed it might be more traditional institutions that are speculating. These are some of the players that have entered the room in the previous cycles, bull run or not. This kind of activity is par for the course. Now, how capital from Bitcoin ETFs will eventually trickle down? Let's discuss it. We should still pay attention to the possibility of fresh capital coming in. Former BlackRock managing director Stephen Schoenfeld stated at CC Data's Digital Asset Summit in London that an ETF approval can bring 20 billion dollars into Bitcoin. While we all know that's extremely conservative, I'm looking at trillions pouring into the King, just saying. While Alliance Bernstein, the global asset management company, expects the BlackRock ETF approval to drive the crypto asset management way up, all the way up. Now, ultimately, an ETF approval means there will be an exponential increase in the amount of capital with access to BTC. This simple change will be greater than any other development in the market's history. This arrival of capital will come over time as more and more investors and asset managers digest the news, deciding that an allocation is not only responsible, but absolutely necessary preach. Likewise, the adoption of this financial product will take years as institutions such as broker dealers, banks and RIA's undergo due diligence and other processes before they can even offer Bitcoin ETFs. It will also hinge on the arrival of key players such as market makers that are an essential factor in building investor confidence. The role of the market maker is vital to ETFs. They are responsible for creating and redeeming new shares of an ETF, a role designed to keep its price tethered to the price implied by the value of the ETF holdings. Now, finally, we have the question of what a Bitcoin ETF means for the rest of the crypto market beyond Bitcoin itself. Market cycles have historically moved from Bitcoin first to ETH second and then cycled into the smaller altcoins or more exotic projects. This time around, the effects might be less direct, but still obviously noticeable. It is true that a rising tide is not guaranteed in the aftermath of the ETFs going live as the new inflow of capital will not come in the form of direct ownership of BTC. Investors who choose that instrument won't easily be able to change or diversify their exposure to other crypto assets until more ETFs are introduced. Now let's break into our featured story of the day and discuss what will one Bitcoin be worth in the year 2025. While Fidelity's head of macro, Julian Timmer, makes this prediction with an exact number. There's a brand new prediction I've never shared before, so let's break this one down, shall we? A massive shout out to everyone in that live chat just joining us. Fidelity Investments global macro director, Julian Timmer, is updating his outlook on Bitcoin following the latest Bitcoin price surge. He just shared on X to his almost 200 ,000 followers. The Bitcoin can soar beyond $96 ,000 by 2025 due to two main factors. He lays out a scenario for Bitcoin's price performance in the coming years based on retail interest rates, which is the interest rate minus inflation and the Bitcoin adoption rate, which is based on historical Internet adoption. Quoting Timmer here, with Bitcoin moving up once again, will its adoption curve accelerate as it did a few years ago? And how does the macro trend on rates affect it? Here's the data to consider. Here you go. I show a fair value band based on both the slope of the Internet adoption curve and the path for real rates. The bottom boundary assumes that the treasury inflation protected securities real rate of 2 .5 % and the upper boundary assumes negative 2%, which is where we were in 2021. The macro can speed up or slow down the adoption curve, which we have seen play out recently as outlined here in this chart. And looking at the chart, the analyst predicts the Bitcoin price would hit the lower bound of 41 ,000 in 2025 if the TIPS real rate remains as high as the current rate. However, if the real rate declines to what it was in 2021, the price prediction would soar to $96 ,210 in 2025, which is a 175 % increase from the current value. Now let's read his thread, which he shared here on X. I also got to throw out there, he also is predicting a $1 billion Bitcoin price by the year 2038. So by 2025, yeah, a little conservative, but extremely bullish for the long haul on Bitcoin. And I know I've covered that previously here on the show. How many of you have heard the billion dollar price prediction from Jerry and Timmer as I have covered it here? Let me know in that live chat. But anyways, let's just break down what he did share here in the thread so you can see the full discussion. Here we go. Above, I show the fair value, as I mentioned a little earlier. He also mentions the macro can speed up or slow down, which we have seen play out recently as outlined in the chart. He also says, assuming for a moment that Bitcoin will mature into an asset class that plays on the same team as gold and silver, how should we think about where it should sit in a 60 -40 portfolio and what would be a reasonable position size? Great question. Here's what he says. The good news for Bitcoin is it is an annualized volatility down from its 2018 peak, although at 58 % is still head and shoulders above traditional asset classes. That's right. There's no asset in which can compete with the king crypto because Bitcoin is a hedge against inflation as well as a hedge against deflation. It's a store value. It's incorruptible. It's unconfiscatable. And guess what? Gold can't compete either. He also shares here even better is 52 week correlation versus the S &P 500 had declined steadily and is now actually negative. More on the Bitcoin outlook on the next thread. And I highly encourage you to follow Jerry and Timmer. He shares a lot of good threads here, especially regarding Bitcoin and what's happening around, you know, the ETFs, the Bitcoin halving, the macro and all of these TA, which is technical analysis. You know what I mean? Let's see if I can find another good thread for you. He has quite a lot and he's very active as well. Here we go. Here's a good thread right here. He mentions continuing the discussion for my recent thread on Bitcoin. Let's talk about Bitcoin as a store of value. Yes, please. Let's talk about this. Shall we? Gold is delivering solid risk adjusted returns remains hard to beat above. We see that gold has one of the best sharp ratios out there, but Bitcoin is respectable as well in line with other major asset classes. This chart is based on monthly returns because it broadens the universe of alts. In this case, alt such as managed futures and equity long, short hedge funds are the less liquid variety, which broadens the mix while improving their returns. And below is a ranking of correlations to the S &P 500 based on monthly data of September. Bitcoin still has a positive correlation to the equities, but less than many other assets as outlined right here in this chart. And don't forget to check out CryptoNewsAlerts .net for the full premium experience with video and to participate in our live Q &A. And I look forward to seeing you on tomorrow's episode. HODL.
Monitor Show 19:00 11-07-2023 19:00
"The world is more complex than ever, but that complexity pushes me to look at the bigger picture. I'm Emily Chang, and I cover tech, culture, innovation, and the future of business for Bloomberg. At Bloomberg, reporters like me dig into the context of a story, so you understand how it impacts you. Because context changes how you see things, how you change things. Context changes everything. Start watching my shows and more at Bloomberg .com. Goldman Sachs is boosting pay incentives for its asset management teams. And U .S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will meet Chinese Vice Premier Hu Lifeng for economic talks. Blinken finishes his Middle East swing, but the diplomacy goes on. CIA director in the region. Donald Trump comes out swinging at his civil fraud trial. Judge admonishes him to answer the questions. I'm Ed Baxter with Global News. Chelsea beats a shorthanded Tottenham in the London Derby. I'm Dan Schwartzman. I'll have that story and more coming up in Bloomberg Sports. Hi, everybody. Good morning. Just a tick after eight o 'clock.
A highlight from New Altcoin Trending! (Ethereum Killer?)
"Is Celestia Tia the next Ethereum killer and can it 100x in this next crypto bull run? For you guys that don't know, Celestia has been trending on CoinMarketCap and has been getting quite the engagement on Twitter as users claim that the airdrop was perfectly executed and that the project speaks for itself. So is this altcoin about to rip like Solana in 2021? It's time to discover crypto. Welcome back everybody to another episode here at Discover Crypto. I'm your host today, Joshua Jake, and today we're gonna be diving into the tokenomics of Celestia. Now I've worked with dozens of launchpads and I can tell you that the most important thing when it comes to researching a token and being able to tell if it can pump later in the future can all be found in something known as the vesting schedule. But first you need to know what Celestia is. With the token as TIA or Tia, it is supposed to be the first modular blockchain network. They're claiming to be able to deploy fast contracts, be scalable, customizable VMs, and also allow you to build sovereign rollups. Who even cares? Can the number go up? You see, we can go into Celestia's formerly known as Lazy Ledger's white paper, but some alpha for you guys is white papers are just massive sales pitches. In six months is going to be another smart contract protocol or development protocol or layer zero that claims to be faster, more scalable, more decentralized, and cheaper. What I want to find first is by going to cryptorink .io and find the ICO details on Celestia and go to fundraising. This is where you can find if a project sold their souls to the devil, aka venture capitalist. As we could see here, we can see that they had a private sale twice on the same day that both ended in the raise of $55 million. These private sales are the venture capitalist institutions, contributors, early founders, et cetera, that get into the token before the public sale on an exchange. So how many tokens are held pre -ICO before retail buyers like me and you can even get in? Well, all you got to do is head over to vesting and scroll down and see the token unlock allocation. And this is abysmal. You see, research and development teams are going to get 26%. Series A and B funders are going to get the 19 .7%. Initial core contributors, which are not us, is going to be your initial core contributors, is 17 .6%. Seed investors, another 15 .9%. Future initiatives, which is 12 .6 % and can arguably be just wrapped into research and another 12 .6%. All that the public is really going to see from the Genesis drop would be 7 .4%. And guess what? A lot of those early founders, early contributors, VCs, et cetera, they're going to get a massive portion of that Genesis drop as well. And that's very easy to prove. You see, despite people on Twitter arguing that free tokens over worth $160 million was released, how awesome of them? Was it really awesome? Well, it must've been because the early contributors sold pretty quickly as soon as their tokens were unlocked. But what about the rest of the price action? Can this continue to do a 10X? Can it 50X? Can it 100X in this next bull run? Well, currently Celestia is sitting at a $340 million market cap with a circulating supply of roughly 14 % out of the 1 billion tokens that will be released. 14 % is gross. That is a VC cesspool because that means the majority of tokens are going to be still held by early funders and contributors that will be releasing their tokens as soon as the vesting schedule ends. Now, luckily we are potentially starting a new bull run and you have roughly 12 months before the next tokens unlock. And by the way, there's already 267 million that are unlocked today. So early contributors, the founders, the ecosystem, et cetera, they can add about 100 % of tokens to the circulating supply, making the price actually dilute by over 50%. But watch this number here. On October 30th, 2024, you're going to see that supply actually double, which means that there's less than 365 days that the team and the marketing has to pump that price action up pretty intensely before seeing a massive dilution in tokenomics. Now I'd love to click on their team page from their website, but it looks like it's having some issues. So I found what I could on crypto rank. And as you can see, we have Mustafa Al -Basam as their CEO, and you have Nick White right below him who is the COO. So first thing I want to do is head over to LinkedIn. LinkedIn should be your best friend if you guys are researching crypto projects and you want to look into their past history. Are these founders or are these CEOs or developers, people that are experienced, have they built successful projects in the past? Where are they from? Now, what stood out most to me for him was that he was the co -founder and researcher for a project known as ChainSpace, which he sold to Facebook in 2019. And he did scientific research on scaling blockchains at Baselayer to build a sharded smart contract platform. So that's a green flag. I mean, he's really smart and sold a company to meta. Now I'd advise you guys to do that for every single person on the team and look through their LinkedIn. But the most important person I'm going to be really looking up and looking into is going to be their head of marketing. Now you could say I'm too critical about this project, but this is where I saw a red flag. Their head of marketing is the only one you cannot find anything on the internet. Everyone else has a Twitter, they have a LinkedIn, they have GitHubs, and this guy who's supposedly supposed to be marketing the project has no public awareness. We have no idea if he's been successful with other partnerships or collaborators on any other chain or anything in the web3 industry, which means every other team member that's on this list, in my opinion, is more qualified than Ekrem to run the head of marketing. As someone who's helped consulted and advise on dozens of projects, this is a big issue to me. This guy is supposedly managing millions of dollars for marketing for Celestia and doesn't even have a Twitter. As for the rest of the team, of course they're going to have stack development. The technology behind this could actually be quite decent. Multiple their advisors and team members come directly from Cosmos or Tendermint, which is also a part of the Cosmos ecosystem. But, and there is a but there, this vesting schedule is nearly as greedy as it can get when it comes to venture capitals. And even though that most of it has a one -year cliff, you should replace the term cliff with ticking time bomb because venture capitals do not care about you. Early founders, early investors, they do not care about you. All they care about is making a bag. They use retail as exit liquidity. And you have 55 million dollars from venture capitals that are going to want their money back. So can it 5 to 10x? Of course. If we get a Bitcoin spot ETF, altcoins are going to pump ravishly in this next 6 to 18 months. However, you have to remember that this project specifically is going to have a massive token unlock in less than a year, which means retail investors are going to be like salmon trying to migrate up river during winter while the hundreds of millions of dollars of VC capital floods downstream. So based off this analysis, I do not believe it's going to kill or take over Ethereum or Solana. The only bullish takeaway I take from anything from Celestia is that these VCs just made a project go from 0 to 300 million dollars in a bear market, which means VCs are getting more excited for the market to come. With that, guys, make sure you smash the like button and let me know in the comments, is there any other projects you want me to look into and dive into their vesting schedules and team? Because remember that crypto is just Wall Street 2 .0. And if you want to play with the wolves, if you want to play in this jungle, you need to think like a venture capitalist. And I'm here to do just that. So make sure you turn on the notifications and I'll see you in the next video.
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"Worth sergeant bags went on to other calls but there was something about that accident scene that stuck with them because she was pretty shaken up and i said you know i need to get your license and insurance and all that information for my report i remember going inside her car and seeing all of the medals that her son jose had earned and i thought wow this is really you know it was impactful i was like wow you know it was gut -wrenching doing something not every officer would do behind the scenes sergeant bags got to work i reached out to triple a and my goal was to just tell them the backstory and i thought maybe if they knew that and it was on the border of being repaired or totaled it might push it in the this way of hey let's repair this thing and they told me they had already paid her off and that the settlement was done but once i did explain the whole story the guy was like oh my gosh and i said well i tell you what i'd like to to buy the car if i could and i figure you know if it's a couple grand to buy this car maybe i could do that and then i'll go around to some shops and say hey can you help me put this car together this is where we're at triple a ended up gifting sergeant bags a car he could have it but he still had to figure out how to get it fixed so then i started spending part of my shift don't tell my boss but spending part of my shift driving to some some auto repair shops kind of explaining what i was doing and uh you know a couple surprisingly weren't interested but he found one that was and then i got a call from uh dave goldstein with caliber collision and i call it the golden call caliber collision a well -known company in numerous states said their volunteer their time to fix the cube they would make it like new but before moving forward he tracked down candida's son in arizona to get approval to say hey can can you just would it be okay if i did this because i thought maybe part of it was she's been holding on this and maybe just be a little wouldn't be a reminder for her every day it might be some closure i don't know where she was at in the healing process and and and i didn't you know i didn't want to upset the but her family without candida knowing said yes then the work began my name is juan reyes um i was uh at the point at that time i was a disassembly reassemble team manager reyes and his fellow tacks offered their own time they stayed late they worked on their days off to rebuild the car i mean we actually got that car and and we looked at the vehicle what it was and and and like i'm saying i i told my team exactly what we were what we're gonna do and for who we was doing it for so they were more than happy and willing to do it at no problem it took about a month of grinding pounding and reassembly so when the vehicle came in i mean it was completely destroyed from the front once we did a full estimate of what we needed including tires rims i mean from bumper to fenders to inner structure to seats to carpet to i mean we just went all around the whole car i mean we painted the whole car dents that were around the car we faked we we fixed every single dent on the vehicle many of the parts were donated by dealerships and distributors everybody chipped in to help gaby jimenez in the front office at caliber collision organized the whole thing on their end it was nice to see you know a lot of people coming together for a good cause the car was put back together there was one addition that they added tori's tattoo so the tattoo we got a photo of it i believe he had it on his arm if i'm not mistaken and um we took that to the vendor and got that kind of like a decal sticker and put a couple in between you know the inside of the vehicle the outside just as a reminder to her a piece of her her boy is in there as well then after weeks of working on the car it was time for the big reveal all orchestrated by sergeant bags it was veteran's day candida tori thought she was going to a veteran's day ceremony but she didn't know she was actually about to get back a piece of her son it's with a heavy heart and with great honor you know i was really worried because i'm kind of a a softy when it comes to stuff like this
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"The street from his home he was sassy went to local elementary junior high school and then pacific high school he just you know he played baseball and he popcorner played popcorn when he got into high school he didn't he didn't want to play baseball he played baseball all his life but he didn't want to play baseball anymore so he wrestled a pretty much expert wrestler in high school the top guy he was a life of the party everywhere he went tory didn't want to be locked down in a job in 2009 when he was 18 tory joined the army he came home and he says mom i joined the army and i said okay candida says she was okay other members of the family not so much in 2009 fighting was underway in iraq and afghanistan the dangers were apparent my husband didn't like it he wouldn't talk to him you know he tells me he says we're in war are you full you know and he said it not like that but you know he says don't you know what can happen to you and he says yeah he goes but i want to make a difference while he was growing up in california tory saw a friend shot prompting him to join the army and he said if people are going to shoot at me i want to shoot back he said i don't want to live i don't want to live like this no more he says i i want to join the army so i asked him why the army and he says because we're army strong and he was army strong tory became a combat engineer his family says when he arrived in the army he was a child and quickly became a man it was january 15th of 2011 on his second deployment when it happened 21 years old assigned to the special troops battalion second heavy brigade combat team first infantry division out of ford riley kansas his unit was in baghdad and it stopped after an ied was detected when he got out of his vehicle he was hit by a rocket -propelled grenade the day that jose was killed i was actually in my living room making a lay for a co -worker from my husband that he worked with that we were going to his services the next and week that two other people that we loved dearly had passed away on monday wednesday i spoke to jose thursday and then saturday jose had passed the tory family was told he was gone we didn't ever think we'd get that knock on the door because he was a tough kid we never thought we would get that knock because he was good at what he did and he was tough man as tory's body arrived back in california from iraq the streets were lined with people saluting some had hands over their hearts a hometown hero was gone i was really really proud of him not just because he was an american soldier and that he was now an american hero but i was really proud of him because of the things that he did out of the kindness of his heart for what he gave not just for who he was after his passing candida held on to what she could of jose's anything with his smell with memory including his car a 2009 nissan cube inside it she kept the extra army hat she found under the front seat so it was a good thing because we never got anymore like the one that he had on when he was killed they they didn't give it to us this is the only one that we had and it's so stinky and smelly but she loves that smell also inside the car his medals pins and patches this was actually from him this is um the combat engineer and this is one of his one of the this would be one of the pins that he would wear on his uniform shirt holding on to what she had left of him candida began driving jose's car because it felt like a piece of him was with her but then in 2015 that connection to her son was pulled away from her as she was driving in nearby huntington beach i thought the light was yellow and because the sun was in my eyes and it was red and i went into a guy the airbags went off luckily nobody was injured but the cube was gone but then her angel appeared john bags and i'm with the huntington beach police department officer bags now sergeant bags candida just calls him john pulled up on scene and noticed something about candida's car at the time i had gold star plates me and john were talking and i says no you don't understand you know this was my son's car and i'm a gold star mom and he goes no i understand i'm a gold star son i said i you know i i totally understand what you're going through i go you know i'm a gold star member myself and i she says i'm so sorry for your loss you know i thought gosh here i am this woman's dealing with a car accident which is emotional enough you know but then the fact that she took the time to sit here and say i'm so sorry for your loss so that house is a special woman she really cares i'm so sorry i says you know when did your dad pass and he says my dad was in vietnam and i says oh my gosh i says i'm so sorry i says welcome home because our vietnam vets were not welcomed home properly and being a gold star mom whenever i meet a vet or a family member that was a vet that has passed i always welcome them home no matter what the two went on their way insurance took over paying out candida the few thousand dollars a cube was
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"Meeting myself for the first time no matter what mood i'm in too i'm like oh that's how i'm feeling that's what i'm dealing with that's what's underneath all the rage or the sadness or the smile or whatever it is and i can see it and we're holding this space not carrying each other's burdens but we're listening empathetically we're just we're this story here's the key to your son's car this is the moment that took a gold star mother from grief to all -out emotional joy you can have your car back when her world which had been turned upside down seemed for a moment to make more sense it's nice to know that there are people in the world that have good hearts that was the voice of candida tory he was 21 years old and full of life he was candida's son jose jose tory jr was an army specialist stationed in kansas he was very charismatic he loved sports he was known to fellow soldiers as something other than jose maybe he was out in the field and they didn't know you know they there was no tv and he would be like hey tell me what the score is because i got money writing you know my daughter was like i am not at home he's like well look it up google it hurry up hence being how he got the google because if jose did not know it he googled it but before he was known as google growing up his family called him joey his mom looking over old newspaper clippings as we sat together in the booth tory would always choose at a diner down
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"To those who as lincoln said gave the last full measure to preserve protect and defend the american democracy we honor military personnel who died in service of their country on memorial day we also remember all who served including their families here now is abc's christopher watson with a very personal recollection of when his own father went off to war i don't remember when it was told my dad was going to vietnam it's always seemed odd to me that i have no memory of that moment you think being told that your dad's going off to war would make an indelible impression but i was nine years old and vietnam was just a word really we all knew there was a war there of course you could be a kid living on a military base in the early 70s and not know at least that i do remember when dad left for vietnam april 27th 1971 a tuesday two days after his 37th birthday i remember being sad my two sisters and i complained that we didn't want to go to school that day but mom said we had to only later did i imagine how difficult that had to have been for her consoling her children on the night before her husband went off to war the last night she'd spend with him for a year or maybe forever dad spent the first three months of that year in danang and the remainder at tontanut air base just outside of saigon mom wrote him 25 page letters at the dinette table almost every day the envelopes bulging like pillows she baked him chocolate chip cookies by the pound we kids recorded dad's favorite country albums on an old ge cassette player the size of a shoe box propped against the console stereo speaker careful not to make any noise and spoil the recording a letter from dad was like christmas mom would read them to us there was always an individual message for each of us kids and more than a few pages that mom would set aside without sharing after pausing to scan them silently i remember the day dad came home april 16th 1972 was sunday mom drove the hour to raleigh durham airport in the big 68 Pontiac catalina all of us dressed in our church clothes we watched the stairs roll up to the plane the door opened and then out came dad he spotted us immediately through the terminal glass and waved grinning i remember being surprised by how much thinner he was and how gray his hair was silver on both sides it hadn't been when he left the first thing dad did was crush mom in his arms and kiss her like i'd never seen him do before and young as i was that's the moment i first understood that they had a life together that didn't include us kids dad didn't say a word to me about vietnam until five years later the summer of 77 i was 15 contemplating my future thinking about the military maybe that's why he finally shared stories unprompted every afternoon for a week some were funny or bawdy some cautionary some heartbreaking a few of them frightening like under his bunk the first night there helmet and flak jacket on his shells exploded just yards from his hooch thinking he told me what the hell am i doing here he was serving fulfilling an oath while his wife did the same back home dad retired from the military the next year at the rank of chief master sergeant after two years in the army and 22 in the air force proud to have served he always said though vietnam left him with questions none he shared beyond that single mission to me nor did he talk much about his time there after that i don't think he avoided it he was doing his job and that job was done and i miss him every day grateful for what he taught me proud of who he was and to be his son thankful he got to come home you this is a special presentation from abc news america remembers reporting from the mount soledad national veterans memorial in san diego here is abc's alex stone this is a site of stories stories of sacrifice in the beauty of this memorial the stories of those who lived defending freedom the names and images etched into the granite walls honoring those who served some who died while doing it from the revolutionary war to the war on terror the glistening pacific ocean in front of me wild flowers and birds all around were high above a mountain overlooking san diego this site brought years of controversy over the giant white cross on what was public land it was a fight that was appealed all the way to the u .s supreme court today the white cross remains here on land owned by an association and like so many who come here to do in the
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"It allows me to say i have nightmares it allows me to say i'm gay it allows me to say this happened to me so through art i found other outlets that allow me to calm cope and soothe myself that weren't destructive because i'll tell you i open up my medicine cabinet every day and headaches sweaty palms nightmares all of these things are side effects of medication uh the side effects that come with art zero before we ended our conversation omar wanted to share a poem with me with all of you it's quite long so we can't this is my poem it's entitled camouflage to heart war makes humans human conflict is universal battles rage as mankind ages yet never learns from past mistakes or stories from those who live to tell of what war remains a living hell still dreams of war knock at my door i try not to let them in comrades did not make it back alive uh hyperventilating my nightmares evolve into daymares and yes i'm still in pain you just can't see it only a camouflaged heart remains tell us what you're feeling sharing something so vulnerable so personal honestly it's nervous and nervous about sharing my story but still at the same time confident that it needs to be heard it's worthy of being heard if i can just help one other person one other veteran hold on and be inspired try art uh find ways of expression i win you know that i didn't give up
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"I don't know what stopped me it just was it just i was like do i really like what happens like the question of what happens afterwards he found a therapist who did several types of therapy including recording him telling his story then he would listen to it over and over again to desensitize his emotions i started doing it and i started noticing that i was not as angry short -tempered um i was not being hyper vigilant because you know in california you can't you can't carry weapons i was like had a knife in my backpack had a knife in my car had it you know always looking for the exit you know i had you know first aid like always just trying to figure out what i would have to do if something happened um you know alcohol was still you know very much involved um until then i was like you know then i started slowing down he began joining organizations like the vfw and iraq and afghanistan veterans of america at the time they were pushing for the clay hunt suicide prevention act that hit home for him he joined in the fight clay hunt was a veteran and who served in iraq and took his own life the act named after him set up mental health care and more services at the va for members of the military the the bill was passed and i was invited to go watch president obama saying the law and at that moment i was like this is what i want to do i want to be an advocate i want to i want to you know doing things locally were great but being able to affect millions was just my calling at the time padilla stood right behind president obama as a clay hunt act was signed into law he showed me pictures from that day but that's me that's you in the white house yeah in the that's one of the libraries just before the men's bathroom were you pinching yourself a little bit you were standing in the white house i still can't believe i was there like it's all seems like a dream because it's like you put in this effort in this work about this movement and about this bill that could change lives and it also changed your life but you never think you would get there you were you always feel like you're running on this treadmill like i'm running towards somewhere but i'm never really going to get there and then you get there you're going what the heck am i doing here he was making real change he was at the white house increasing mental health resources at the va but secretly padilla was still suffering his battle was not over but the problem is is where people that do things like that aren't good at taking their own advice so i was still struggling with alcohol he was appearing publicly and taking phone calls from desperate members of the military who were on the verge of suicide talking them into getting help but he was still going through therapy for his ptsd and he was still suffering we are really good at masking that's the one problem veterans have have and we're really good in masking of how we're truly feeling and that's where we need to become vulnerable but we're just it's just beaten into us that everything's okay drink water move on change your socks i could be surrounded by 20 of my family members and feel so alone just disconnected just so it was really weird you know doing all these amazing things and i still didn't really like at one point you didn't feel nothing like all the like oh you're doing great work you're like am i like am i because i'm still a mess myself it's been an internal battle while working for the veterans mental health non -profit headstrong he took advantage of the therapy they offered and veterans who need help it's about the tools that we have in the shed that we can utilize to work on ourselves continuously it's going to be a consistent battle i have to check myself consistently like like hey why are you being snappy like why are you being angry like why are you you know disconnecting why are you you know all these things dehuman dehumanizing yourself to you know what nothing a wallet or what so um while working headstrong i was like you know can i as a consultant utilize the program they're like absolutely it was that therapy he says it changed his life yet again we addressed the root issue the root problem of the traumatic event rather than just making me numb to it we treated it in a fashion where i could cope with what happened and allow me to kind of move on like i will always remember it it'll always be a part of me the but after effects aren't so detrimental to me and my family to where there's no looming question over my head of will i still be a part of this family today padilla and his wife have two beautiful children he's working toward his mba he's a motivational speaker and a recruiter for a large firm after all these things like you're like this is more than a second chance it's like this
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"Focus on now and not focus on what's going on home because there were guys there there were you know their their spouses were cheating on them family members died and if your head's over here while you're looking for roadside bombs you're going to miss the details that show you like oh that was a patch of dead grass or oh that rock wasn't there it was one of those patrols that would change padilla's life forever he had just come back from leave and to reacclimate his assigned him to sit in a vehicle in the rear of the convoy normally he sat in the lead vehicle on this night another soldier last name morgan took his spot in the lead we got a report that there was an ied at a specific grid point cool we're gonna go it's up by like an ip an iraqi police station for quite a while they searched for it he says the iraqi police officers at checkpoints were acting strangely they were getting a weird read off the locals around them they went up and down a road and couldn't find it and then all you hear is over the radio from sergeant bland who was the truck commander go there it is and then just boom just blew up the whole side of the truck comms went down everybody's like we everybody in the trucks they were supposed to do they pulled a cord on you know they made security movements one truck pulled up next to the the non -bomb side to check for secondaries another one pulled up behind and one like kind of in front to provide the security once we did the secondary clearances then you know we kind of it looked like the entire truck had been shot by a shotgun the men inside were badly injured including morgan who was sitting where padilla always sat and so we you know pulled everyone out put them into my truck and then we were we had to pull it and it was a long night they made repeated calls over the radio for help but nobody came they slowly pulled the badly damaged vehicle and carried the badly injured soldiers back to their base morgan lived but was never the same that should have been me that night would start a chain of events that would create a new struggle for padilla to live and it was small things you know first you know i started drinking heavily like and people tend to think alcoholism is an everyday drinker you know getting blacked out no it's been just drinking also so i'm drinking a handle of jack jack annuals like every weekend just polishing off those big bottles and there was there came a point where my buddy's mom found me in my car sleeping like halfway out halfway in he was back from iraq he did his time while he was there he stayed focused but it was a spinal cord injury that needed surgery that sent him home and out of the military it was clear though padilla was not okay he was suffering silently like so many veterans returning from war i was married you know we got married april 2010 and my wife's like you know you're drinking a lot you get angry with me i was never physical with her but it was always verbal arguments i was a mean a -hole and she at one point she's like you know if you don't get help this isn't gonna work and it was you know 2012 i was like okay cool i was like all right like i'll i'll look for something and so at that time i went to the va and they're like well we don't really have anything he was haunted by thoughts about morgan the soldier who took his spot in convoy and was hit by the roadside bomb feeling guilt that morgan was in his spot that night those are all questions that i was thinking about you know he was holding his son and he was having a hard time because like he was hunched over and stuff and just didn't look it would look painful not natural so i'm like dude did i take something away from him and like we we tend to talk about you know uh survivor's guilt you know as someone that's actually lost a living life but at the same time it's survivors get like that should have been me i should have that life that you know morgan had you know rather than me doing you know taking doing better now padilla had ptsd help for veterans suffering in 2012 he says was hard to find i was you know sat there one night just with my gun and thought about eating a bullet um
"$19" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan
"We're actually able to get really good terms even on some of our value. Add commercial projects so we have one that we close which it had two or three quarters of the building was about to go vacant in the month or two after closing on and we were able to get twenty five percent down three point. Seven five interests on a twenty five year loan in non-recourse because the local banks really wanted dot type of asset class in the new year going low price. So the building appraised for two hundred thousand over what we were purchasing in other things so they were felt pretty sound about it But you know seventy five vacancies. Nothing to scoff at so How many units is not. So that's a retail building. It was divided into three units to start but in commercial. That's more liquid right like i. I can take space in subdivided a bunch for so much of small tenants or can knock down a bunch of walls for one dig tenant so it's kind of all configuration unchangeable. How sir of legos While that's so cool. I can imagine that while commercial is actually pretty cheap. Three point seven five percent for twenty five year term. that's media. Yeah the Some of the terms for these lenders are really quite solid. in the commercial space and i don't know entirely if that applies You know. I think. I think that was probably more true than reno. They were searching. These links are searching for commercial property. But i think in general the interest rates are just a half point higher for commercial or something like that not too bad not too bad. So what's next for you guys So yeah we've been in reno for the last twelve months. That's where we've been focused and since we've done all of our deals so far and now we're starting looking at the markets so We just entered raleigh north carolina last week on. I think in the last five days or so we've submitted about twenty one million out there and we're going to be looking at texas we're gonna be looking at a few other other markets that we kind of like the macroeconomics of awesome. So if you guys get a nice bank loan at three point five percent Let me know help you in raleigh in text. Also Antastic awesome ryan. Thank you again so much show today. How can you get in contact with you. Best way is to go onto a we have a facebook group called open source real estate. You can find me through that group My name's ryan steinberg. So you wanna shoot me an email at rents number ten a gmail.com. That's another way Otherwise we have a meet up group. So if you're in the bay area and want to hang out locally i watch having a meet up tomorrow night at stein's beer garden in mountain view so we host those every three or so weeks And they're prefund just like to get a bunch of people together in you know eat food drink beer stuff like that tucker listening we andrea reno the barrier. I am in reno but we come in for the meet up every three weeks. Wow he has dedicated up online because onto vases hosting a live. Michelle up to yeah. That'd be awesome. What's the meet up group called I think it's also open source real estate. So it's same name as the facebook group And there should be links to each other on from in both directions awesome ryan. Dmv else yet say perea Today no want to say. Thanks for having me on sean. I really appreciate the meet ups That i've been able to attend the show in general awesome. Well thank you so much. Time ryan This was an amazing episode. I'm sure people get a lot of value out of it..
"$19" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan
"They're just there for valley easy money. Yeah yeah and we like the main reason phrases are investors abled fried value in other ways. So we like to incorporate them and get him tied in notionally invested in this project because once he'd brokers for us on the entry he sees us through the whole project even the on the close which not all brokers will do but that's the case for us So let's go back a little bit and talk about raising money. I think a lot of people are confused about the way you structure deals. So can you kinda go over. How you guys decide structure your project with your investors. Yeah definitely so. When i first started researching how to structure deals what i realized is. There's not really a standard There are probably setups. that are more common than others. But there wasn't like a one model that is you know kind of the baseline starting point for everybody and so you'll hear a lot of like waterfall. Structures and profit split directly splits and fees and things like that and we decided we want to waive all of that in the name of transparency. Or maybe all of that but most of that all the profit split so we don't take these on. We don't do a waterfall we do. It'll be somewhere between seventy five twenty five meaning the pass. Investors will have seventy five percent of the prophet and we'll have twenty five percent to fifty fifty in some cases so we vary that based on. How active the project is of if it's super passive and we're just kind of you know most of what we did was finding the deal enclosing a good price but we don't do anything after that it might be more towards the seventy five twenty five side and we're super active because we're running that first one. I mentioned you know. We flipped it in three months. So we're active every second of the way then we're gonna take a little larger portion of the pool but we find that just profit split in removing all other.
"$19" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan
"He likes to take on a mass. You know pretty big quantities of properties on ten thousand things like that and then you pay like ten cents per remember exactly the price of it scales down as you get bigger and bigger numbers. But it's something around there gotcha. I mean i was doing that before too. I was trying to create Software to do skip tracing like i would go to fast research dot com and creates But it was a pain the butt and also sometimes. The numbers aren't accurate. If you found an issue with that. Yeah i mean a lot of times. It's inaccurate and we got a lot of a wrong number or bezos. And as i said it's numbers going to lose bunch at every layer of the filter and that's fine..
"$19" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan
"Did you have any issues like raising funds from your previous set of investors because suddenly you're moving away from multifamily into commercial or industrial We didn't have a huge problem. Because i think a lot of a lot of it's just about trust in education so if people trust you trust will transfer to other asset classes are trusting character and your transparency and things like that not just your knowledge and then if you were trying to build nutley let's call it knowledge trust instead you do that by educating them so if you understand it and you can talk and speak through it with clarity enough so that they can understand it. Then they're going to trust you from a knowledge perspective because you took them from a state of not understanding anything about say a commercial asset to understanding the nuances in whether the right questions to ask if they feel like you're able to educate them properly then now they're gonna trust you on the knowledge basis as well so we didn't have a lot of problems as long as we said we have to know exactly how this asset class works enough so that we can explain it to other people coming from you know very little or no base knowledge and they feel like they understand it as well. I mean if you can explain to them than they trust you more. They also are investing based on your judgement not necessarily on your past experience with asset class. Yeah exactly now. You also mentioned you're reaching out directly to these commercial owners through texts that mean method of to them. Yeah yeah that is I think most of them have never seen texts from anyone before i worked. Yeah that's pretty wild. Yeah exactly so. It's what works on our main method. And i don't think it will be forever I think things have all been real estate. Direct mail was maybe king at one point in time. And there's other marketing methods that have been in and it changes over time as people get on board. You kinda have to stay one step ahead a lot of time in i texas ahead. Maybe there's someone out there ahead of that and they're doing even faster or even better in so i'd love to hear what it is but Yeah you have to keep moving times. Yeah i know. Maybe two years ago i went to some conferences and people talking about cold calling centers like oh not. Why do i call a cop. I have a whole team of virtual system that cold call. But now everyone's doing and it's kind of annoying being phased out at texas good but who knows maybe actress abacus released. Everyone's gonna want to jump on tax work anymore. So i guess i'm going to that a little bit like worse than the tools to use like number one. Where do you go to find your your list. How do you determine who you're going to market to. And then guess what tools you use for your your tech stuff like your text Yet i mean most of these. There's probably mold watkins like less. You can get from any number sources. Get from some of the data sources. I mentioned earlier..
"$19" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan
"And harder to predict but it's just a it's a little different really unique most people i know who you even do. Syndications they tend to stick with one type of commercial music with family or they go with like industrial or office. Your they don't really do all especially not all at once why he had decided to branch out to so many different types of commercial. We don't wanna be scared of other asset classes so we were okay with not doing other asset classes because if that meant that we could focus in on say multifamily and rarely make those projects extremely valuable. But we didn't wanna do is leave. A lot of i guess Left on the table because we are scared to go into commercial so we would have days where we said okay. we're about to go into commercial. Let's each pick one of the asset classes in their office retail industrial. You're gonna go studied out for three days. You're going to go study after three days. You're gonna go see that. For three days and distribute the work between all our partners and then we come back and teach each other like classroom sessions basically where we have a big whiteboard in in right up. Here's all the factors that matter the variables that matter and then the beauty of focusing on deals and deal flow is that we click click couple buttons and we start going after commercial properties and when co-star doesn't have data or other. You know other sites. Don't have data that we can use while we can just go outreach to a bunch of sellers a bunch of owners and that's where we get our data so we got to analyze way more data points probably than the average investor out there so we can condense multiple years of learning in the commercial or any other space in to maybe a month or two because we just get to see so many deals Have you found any real differences between the different types of assets in the macro trends definitely I think you know some asks classes..
"$19" Discussed on Everything Real Estate Investing Show with Sean Pan
"When you get a new data source what were you hoping for. And how would you have analyzed these markets. If you had the proper data sets yet what we were hoping for is when you go into a market you need to build underwriter deal correctly. You need to have all your assumptions kind of ironed out and what of people forget. Is that a real estate's not really like a deterministic mathematical equation. So it's not that there is a exact value for property that you're going to be able to say an rv for example. Let's say you have a single family home and you're going to sell there is no one. Rv there's actually a million different scenarios where you could exit out and there's a probability assigned to each of those scenarios in some scenarios a lot more likely than others. Some are very unlikely. And what i you know the more data that i can have the more certain i can be of my probabilistic model that i'm going to guess the rv correctly on the other end. And so i was looking for in data sets like co-star and others was just really accurate. Rent data cap rate data Sale price data price per square foot price per door price from a single family. Home or other things. And so it's pretty basic stuff but it's not out there No one's recording it and putting it all in one place and i think oh started the best job. But even they're just calling people and asking them for self reported at a pretty distributed manner. So it's it's There's not much out there at least in the commercial and multifamily space. So then how did you decide ultimately to go into you know just arena. We are actually driven by a in. We kept hearing it from investors. So we're from the bay area. And i think reno is extremely hot from bay area money. Meaning people are taking their property selling in the bay area and their ten thirty one and moving their capital over torino which is more of a tax shelter. It's actually the closest city to the bay area where you don't have to pay taxes or closest major city There's no state income tax capital gains tax and a lot of other taxes out there so We found a lot of people moving their money over there. And we said okay while if we're going to focus on deal flow it'd be nice to have a few investors that are back when we get there and we can maybe feed them deals or raise money from them and whatnot and we never actually ended up working with any of them. The ones that we came here for us but we found other investors found other buyers. We found up people to raise funds from actually from where we used to work at stuff. It.
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"This is so cool. There was a lot of that kind of reaction on this trip and we weren't the only ones impressed. It's actually a lot bigger than we first thought. There's a lot that we know. We're not going to get to this time. We met jenny amax hikers from the pittsburgh area. It doesn't feel like you're three hours. Outside of pittsburgh they had new river gorge circled on their bucket list but said the national park designation did prompt their visit. I think it put more of an urgency just for like wanting to cross off my list. But it's been on his list for years. Yeah so we were definitely to come here no matter what endless wall inches offer some great views of the river and trees literally diamonds point after our conversation with our new friends from pittsburgh can see the new river gorge bridge. Which is the bridge in west. Virginia which we drove over unexpectedly did not realize who you're doing. He'll three thousand foot. Steel behemoths is one of the largest single span arch bridges in the entire world. It's almost a thousand feet high in a state landmark and it's of everywhere you see it on postcards you can even see depicted on one side of their state quarter and we wanted to go see the bridge up close then we would descend down to the new river but on our way met a couple of first time hikers of the new just like us a couple of chapters as quick which is queer focused climbing group all over the country. And so we're here. The dc chapter brendan halina. Were part of the group. Elena had been to a few national parks ourself into the grand canyon acadia national park in maine gorgeous sanity. According to their leader. Brian though the new river gorge might be getting more attention. Now that it's a national park but for those who live in the surrounding area. The secrets kind of been out. I mean hasn't changed hiking..
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"Attorney is claim to fame now is that he supposedly flipped on former president Richard Nixon. But he did serve prison time for obstruction of justice. And he's posted on what speak about the abuse of executive power because he did. It has no legal expertise. He's a disbarred lawyer. What wisdom does he have? That he could impose on Adler's committee. The special counsel at the time found 19 material discrepancies between John Dean sworn testimony and White House recordings. So he lied at least $19 from coast to coast from sea to Shining Sea. It's the Sean Hannity show. Sean Hannity weekdays, noon to three PM on while 1.5 FM 7:20 A.m. k d w N, But talk of Las Vegas oh dot com. But ours little I didn't talk for a long time. I like things to always be the shame Anything new or different with scared upset me. I was very sensitive to lights and sounds. It's almost like I had their eyes and ears to everyone else. So I built secret hiding places where nothing could get it. E didn't like looking people in the eye. It made me feel uncomfortable. E through a big tantrums over little things like when my socks don't match. Sometimes I do the same things over and over until one day I found out I had autism. My family got me help. Slowly. I learned how to live with it better. You can see.