4 Burst results for "Alan Sloan"

"alan sloan" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"alan sloan" Discussed on KGO 810

"Good for you. You'll do anything that's route for selfish. Ah, man, John, I do it speech called really high. I e l Hi about drugs and alcohol in the movies. And let me tell you, this is a fantastic film. Of course, you can take this limited look at Archer's without Billy Wilder. He'll films have enriched and enlivened in my life, and I bet you used to. So I interviewed Billy Wilder and he said salad. I mean, he said that The weekend. The lost weekend was so important to him because it showed an alcoholic who was not down and out Always. He was bright and interesting and educated, but the bottle took him down. And also there was only one movie. He told me that made him totally proud of the film. And I said, Well, what is it? Some like it hot Sunset Boulevard. Is it Sabrina Witness for the prosecution? No. Billy Wilder tells me they were all flawed, only double indemnity. Oh, I know. Talk about perfectionism. This guy was brilliant. And he was very urbane, Very sophisticated. Oh, John, this is a marvellous film. But all Billy while these do yourself a Billy Wells, the film festival, you and I Okay? Yeah, we're gonna have Like Austrian, you know, really sophisticated food and a little bit of the bubbly, you know. Very Billy Wilder. I love it. Okay. Now, this film next was controversial, broke barriers. And I was talking to Alan Sloan about it. She thought it was just a brilliant film Robak Mountain looking for work. I suggest you get in here, pronto. We're going to be working together. Breaking it's time we start drinking yet. Nobody's business, but ours. You know somebody name of Jack Fisher bodies? No. Could be like this. Just like this. Always This thing grabs hold of us in the wrong place were dead. Sure found a way to make the turn passive, dear. You don't know nothing about you have to describe this movie and you have to describe its impact. What was so important? OK, well, Ang Lee is the man Taiwan's Ang Lee and he is a brilliant filmmaker. The movie is Brokeback Mountain. I.

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"alan sloan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"alan sloan" Discussed on KCRW

"They call it a dead cat bounce is today the turnaround or the illusory bounce we shall see the Dow the moment up three hundred forty three points one point three percent with the trump administration talking about maybe a payroll tax cut another fiscal stimulus to counteract the coronavirus affect the S. and P. at the moment up one point eight percent the nasdaq is up three point seven percent the Dow remains down about sixteen percent from its high on February the nineteenth investors were younger had many years to let their portfolios recover from all right now what is a person to do who's getting up there let's turn to a mature American my friend Allan Sloan Washington post columnist and ProPublica's editor at large Alan great to see you good morning David are you simply flabbergasted that the long Bull Run nearly eleven years long seems to have come to such an abrupt end I'm not surprised that it's come to an end though it may not be over yet what I am surprised is how quickly things have fallen from their highs three weeks ago the only question was how high would go now the only question is how low will it go often people have set the ratio wrong in their portfolio their asset allocations are off their way too deep into stocks and this is looking pretty dreadful for them at the moment well I I hate to say this but by self does largely stocks because a I could afford the risk and B. I kept looking at the yields on bonds and said I don't want this at I told everybody not to buy bonds and anyone who's bought bonds has done very well because the interest rates of form and the prices of bonds have risen but I don't expect that to happen and I could afford to wait it out so are you I have essentially no bonds we keep hearing about the relative safety of government bonds you don't see the safety will it work I did some bath recently on the ten year treasury and it was yielding what I did this seventy four hundredths of a percent which means it's seventy four dollars is your interest over ten years in fact some dollars in this bond and should the rate a year after you bought it go up the points which you think it might be a fake yeah well in that case the price on the bond goes down nine points so hope you've lost more hurt market factor you fed me it's higher interest that you stand to get over the life of the pot do you want to know what you should do to do safe by my standards what should I do I would go out and find myself a dice low cost high quality treasury money market funds and put it in that because it least fair you don't have to worry about the market price you're not getting a great return but you're not gonna lose anything and and you could wait for different times but you know it's eleven years ago this week that stocks bottomed out after the last financial crisis right well this is true your your eleven years and it's been a good run and Alan Sloan washed it was columnist and ProPublica editor at large thank you my pleasure David today representatives of the centers for disease control there on Capitol Hill to talk about strategy and funding marketplace's Kimberly Adams reports president trump's twenty twenty one budget proposal for the CDC cut funding to the agency by about sixteen percent now with an eight billion dollar funding package that was just signed into law Jay Shambaugh at the Brookings Institution says you're saying continued activity to try to make sure anything that needs to be funded from a public health standpoint is funded and right now thanks to low interest rates the government can borrow money cheaply says Desmond Lachman at the American enterprise institute but it takes time to spend that kind of money efficiently so I wouldn't expect an increase in the very near future Shambaugh at Brookings says and the money is good in the short term but now there's a much broader conversation in Congress about an appropriate kind of fiscal response that stretches beyond the immediate funding the public health agencies as well responses like tax cuts or paid sick leave that may address other.

"alan sloan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"alan sloan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To refer to the stock market appearing to revive after a great swoon I'm sorry to say they call it a dead cat bounce is today the turnaround or the illusory bounce we shall see the doubt the moment up three hundred forty three points one point three percent with the trump administration talking about maybe a payroll tax cut another fiscal stimulus to counteract the coronavirus affect the S. and P. at the moment up one point eight percent the nasdaq is up three point seven percent the Dow remains down about sixteen percent from its high on February the nineteenth investors were younger had many years to let their portfolios recover from all right now what is a person to do who's getting up there let's turn to a mature American my friend Allan Sloan Washington post columnist and ProPublica's editor at large Alan great to see you good morning David are you simply flabbergasted that the long Bull Run nearly eleven years long seems to have come to such an abrupt end I'm not surprised that it's come to an end though it may not be over yet what I am surprised is how quickly things have fallen from their highs three weeks ago the only question was how high would go now the only question is how low will it go often people have set the ratio wrong in their portfolio their asset allocations are off their way too deep into stocks and this is looking pretty dreadful for them at the moment well I I hate to say this but buy stuff is largely socks because a I could afford the risk and B. I kept looking at the yields on bonds and said I don't want this at I told everybody not to buy bonds and anyone who supports bonds is done very well because the interest rates of form and the prices of bonds have risen but I don't expect that to happen and I could afford to wait it out so I I have essentially no bonds we keep hearing about the relative safety of government bonds you don't see the safety will it work I did some bath recently on the ten year treasury and it was yielding what I did this seventy four hundredths of a percent which means it's seventy four dollars is your interest over ten years in fact some dollars in this bond and should the rate a year after you bought it go up the points which you think it might what you think yeah well in that case the price on the bond goes down nine points so you've lost more hurt market factor you fed me it's higher interest that you stand to get over the life of the pot do you want to know what you should do to do safe by my standards what should I do I would go out and find myself a nice low cost high quality treasury money market funds and put it in that because it least fair you don't have to worry about the market price you're not getting a great return but you're not gonna lose anything and that you could wait for different times but you know it's eleven years ago this week that stocks bottomed out after the last financial crisis right well this is true your your eleven years and it's been a good run and Alan Sloan wash was columnist and ProPublica editor at large thank you my pleasure thank that today representatives of the centers for disease control there on Capitol Hill to talk about strategy and funding marketplace's Kimberly Adams reports president trump's twenty twenty one budget proposal for the CDC cut funding to the agency by about sixteen percent now with an eight billion dollar funding package that was just signed into law Jay Shambaugh at the Brookings Institution says you're saying continued activity to try to make sure anything that needs to be funded from a public health standpoint is funded and right now thanks to low interest rates the government can borrow money cheaply says Desmond Lachman at the American enterprise institute but it takes time to spend that kind of money efficiently so I wouldn't expect any increase in the very near future Shambaugh at Brookings says and the money is good in the short term but now there's a much broader conversation in Congress about inappropriate and a physical response that stretches beyond the immediate funding the public health agencies as well responses like tax cuts or paid sick leave that may address.

"alan sloan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"alan sloan" Discussed on KCRW

"Thirty one dollars a barrel on Monday the virus is making demand for oil slowdown and George perks of bespoke investment group says if these prices the cost of drilling in the U. S. might not be worth it that means jobs are on the line manufacturing jobs related to everything from pipelines to stand to everything that needs to get done in our patch all the services jobs that go with it the main market concern though is what happens if the outbreak or restrictions involving the outbreak bring economic activity to a crawl does the operate lead to fewer people going to restaurants shopping going to conferences regardless of how cheap gas prices might be by the way it Monday just happened to be the eleventh anniversary of the bull market if the S. and P. five hundred falls an additional one point four percent that ball run will have officially ended Justin thank you investors who are younger have many years to let their portfolios recover from whatever were India now but what is a person to do who's getting up there let's turn to a mature American my friend Allan Sloan Washington post columnist and ProPublica's editor at large hello great to see you good morning David are you simply flabbergasted that the long Bull Run nearly eleven years long seems to have come to such an abrupt end I'm not surprised that it's come to an end though it may not be over yet what I am surprised is how quickly things have fallen from their highs three weeks ago the only question was how high would go now the only question is how low will it go often people have set the ratio wrong in their portfolio their asset allocations are off their way too deep into stocks and this is looking pretty dreadful for them at the moment well I I hate to say this but by self is largely stocks because a I could afford the risk and B. I kept looking at the yields on bonds and said I don't want this at I told everybody not to buy bonds and anyone who's bought bonds is done very well because the interest rates of form and the prices of bonds have risen but I don't expect that to happen and I could afford to wait it out so are you I have essentially no bonds we keep hearing about the relative safety of government bonds you don't see the safety will it work I did some bath recently on the ten year treasury and it was yielding what I did this seventy four hundredths of a percent which means it's seventy four dollars is your interest over ten years in fact isn't always in this bond and should the rate a year after you bought it go up the points which you think it might be a fake yeah well in that case the price on the bond goes down nine points so hope you've lost more heard market factor you fed me it's higher interest that you stand to get over the life of the pot do you want to know what you should do to do safe by my standards what should I do I would go out and find myself a nice low cost high quality treasury money market funds and put it in that because at least fair you don't have to worry about the market price you're not getting a great return but you're not gonna lose anything and that you could wait for different times but you know it's eleven years ago this week that stocks bottomed out after the last financial crisis right well this is true your your eleven years and it's been a good run and Alan Sloan washed it was columnist and ProPublica editor at large thank.

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