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"ataur" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

Extraterrestrial

04:25 min | 3 months ago

"ataur" Discussed on Extraterrestrial

"Now i'm not here to tell you what to believe to be honest. I don't even know what i believe myself. As i said when it comes to eighteen pates there are lots of questions that remain unanswered. But that's the thing about unsolved missing person cases that everyone talks about the open ended nece. Why ataur why did the media chose him. Press connections nice photos. A slow news cycle. Lock his age his skin colour the fear historian installs fear cells and on. Its face. a ton story is terrifyingly simple and innocent child leaves for school and is never seen again. It really feels like he just vanished into thin air. What i can tell you is. I chose a ton story because of the role the media plays i know firsthand. How important getting a story out there can be in a missing person case. The attention payed avon's case brought about so much good but it also exploited a families trauma in threatened to tear them apart more than three decades after eight tonnes disappearance pizzas were hanging signs on their front door begging to be left alone and on a larger scale the coverage avon's case received effectively shattered an entire countries trust for millions of americans carrying about what happened. A ton meant that the same thing could happen to any child anywhere at any time. The words stranger danger suddenly entered the american lexicon. Neighbors locked their doors. The beginning of helicopter parenting took root but children didn't start going missing in nineteen seventy nine. The country just started to care for me the story of eighteen pates is a reminder that how i tell the stories of the missing matters because at the center of all of them are real. People from all walks of life dropped in impossible circumstances. They deserve their stories to be told with nuance and empathy. They rarely have clean endings. But no two cases can be considered the same and if we keep talking about them. The.

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"ataur" Discussed on MMA Fighting

MMA Fighting

03:42 min | 3 months ago

"ataur" Discussed on MMA Fighting

"Hope everything's going okay He likes jacoby versus jimmy crew shouting out a countryman and then him and just call me bob. Our instagram hero. Both like The possibility to cod sabres meg sharipov. And just calling. Bob was called hashtag. Gigabit gigabyte giga beat. The beat the beat and you could be i liked. It took me a second to get on like beef and so well done. I also wanted to read. It just said. Welcome back. Mr. shucks. I mean mr darn i mean mr heck so he said for weeks we got What the heck last week though no hardcore asking where the heck so thank goodness. You're back the long national nightmare over. And he said he also wants to say he doesn't think you're years ever winning another. Ufc fighting his career. Wow ouch well. I look. I don't ever gonna fight against so we'll we'll we'll see that but i wouldn't go that far matt. Bradbury what did i really like your tertius versus johnny moon joos and petrosky versus se fatigue. Khufu i like that. One i just like san diego's while barboza thank you matt. We're on the same page and ma heads coming with turcios for cameron. Else else elsie. I think it's ooh good one else. Okay i liked that one. Petrosky abbas ataur gerald versus wellington termine. Gerald's little bit above that. i don't know how dustin jacoby nikita krilov move. Must von man like spicy spice sabatini. Verse john young man martinez. I'm a hobby. Let's go to the twitter machine. Where again are just locked and loaded. michael perugini. Some great picture. I ll madam martinez vs tony kelly. I think that's awesome. He wants aldridge versus the sabina. Moslo agop of a winner muzzle already beat rich but i guess in a rematch would not be out of the question. It was pretty close. Fight and gaba wait a minute. That went sapphire happening october. Ninth miso versus a gaba to me. Wows this yeah. This is news to me swallow. Wow i i did not hear that because i would have reacted in some way about that match raking. I think we've confirmed it but apparently is out there Out there is a report. So i don't think we've confirmed that this very far away so But happened yes. That's that's al-hassan verse duplicity and kevin lee. I love this. I think i suggesting michelle for Downward regis but i actually love this more for. Kevin lee demolish door and kevin lee. It's a winnable. Fight for kevin. But i really want isn't a winnable for kevin. He's such a talented guy. And just you know. I don't know maybe Paddock would bring out the best him. But timmy all show also wants rodriguez and beretta and passovers moberly benitez so i like that one the ufc reports coming in with rigas versus zelikow. And i wanted to read what they had to write about mir shirt and duplicity. He says. I think we just keep sending hype transit gerald and seeing which ones he can derail. I think that's fair sore That does seem to be how they treat him right I don't know if they view..

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"ataur" Discussed on IINK Podcasts HI

IINK Podcasts HI

03:40 min | 3 months ago

"ataur" Discussed on IINK Podcasts HI

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"ataur" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:13 min | 4 months ago

"ataur" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Are back the going thing about that will. The thrill is that. That's one that that tom at written and the band had recorded that he did not good enough to make their next. I'll say what like like here. Here's some songs we wrote now. That didn't make the next record and one of them is stop dragging my heart around now. Obviously stevie add something a big something But still i mean that's a fantastic song. There is a vocal chemistry between the two of them. That isn't just amazing to hear. And i think it's partially the quality of their like the tone quality of their voice just the way. They mashes so unique and fascinating. I i wish i could have done more together. I really do may too. Because i think we pretty much got this one. An insider which insider is one of my favorites. It was actually almost on my set list for a while. Yeah okay but it would be entirely contingent on stevie making an appearance vocalist and i realized. That's injecting too. Many wildcards into the dak fight. Had to pull it. But i really love that song and i feel like it's like a hidden gem and has launched. This general period of time should have been a joyous one for tom. He had battled the record industry and one was finally making money. Commiserate what he deserved to be earning and after a decade of grinding away he and his band had achieved wild success. It was tempered a bit though by the death of his mother. Mother during the damn the torpedoes tour on one of his last visit to see her in the hospital someone likely nurse who thought that she was executing a nice gesture had basically covered his mom's bed in news clippings about tiles in his biography he was quoted as saying quote. Even this moment even this someone had to corrupt with some reaction to fame. Whatever this was. Adrian said he did not attend his mother's funeral fearful that his attendants would take the focus off of what it needed to be which was her allies and memory and her face. Which is the bay. We've had on the show before with david bowie. Sure i'm trying to think of i. Though he was among prominent one and he had apparently gone. and i didn't write it down side it but i. I remember reading story as prepared for this where tom had some relatives funeral and he had an aunt like literally in the church asked him to sign autographs. Give the friends. yeah he'd be. You can't yeah which is considered a completely inappropriate time and place be doing things of that. Nature read the room any exactly knowing goats out they might take on that But address also said That he just sat and stared out the windows and that quite something changed inside him after that. He never really mended fences with his father. Though he continued to take his family for visits to florida. And i don't mean for a weekend or it's like a couple of months. Every single year for the rest of his life to see his brother and his old france. Adrian said that same to keep him grounded and normal wants damn. The torpedoes hit though. She said there were some changes. There was suddenly a lot of money and fame and there was suddenly a presence of security at the house which was a necessity. Yes now we alluded already to the follow up to damn the torpedoes and actually became the subject of another battle for tom. The mca the labor was beginning to infant quote superstar pricing albums which basically meant releases by the biggest names would say an increase in a list price of one dollar so the album. Hard promises was slated to list at nine ninety eight instead of the usual eight nine. Tom object on a number of fronts for starters he really seemed to have a disdain for the business standard music now he certainly made plenty of money in his life but adrian settle rick rubin's podcast that he left literally millions of dollars on the table over the course of his career because he refused for example to allow his songs to be used in commercials brian to him That made the music less special less about art and more about profit. He hated greed and he saw the move as just a greedy cash. Grab by mca. He was also mindful of not pricing. Any fans out of the musical experience no matter how big he got his ticket. Prices were always below the industry average. He bemoaned that if someone didn't draw a line in the sand then quote before you know what an album will cost twenty dollars. Hold that thought. Tom hold that right. Yup well we'll we'll certainly get there He took his first or he took his fight public and was featured on the cover of rolling stone magazine ripping a one dollar bill in highest. He threatened to withhold the master tapes and he threatened to name the album eight dollars and ninety eight cents if the extra dollar cost was abbess. that's hilarious. He even launched a miniature tour. He called the quote lawsuit tour to help pay legal expenses. I'd heard that rumor. And i wasn't sure exactly how it tied in the law singer and the lawsuit tori. Yes he he actually lost that to help pay for legal expenses in this fight eventually. Mci relented and agreed to keep cost at eight dollars and ninety eight cents. He said he was kind of surprised by the reaction from other artists. He figured once he opened the gate others would come in quote but no one ever did of course. Not many people. Have tom the the stones that thomson ataur they honestly. Yeah he was. He was very forthright with this with this book with his battle. Absolutely and it on every front hard promises was was finally released at eight thousand. Ninety eight cents at number five on the billboard chart apus release and it went platinum. Which is interesting. Tom gaetan from a lower class household. He wasn't one of these people that had been around money. Essentially he was broke. He was broke. He was broke his broke and then gone money. Which is we all know can be a formula for disaster right but you know what From from everything. I read from his daughters and his bandmates. Tom always had died in his mind that he was still that poor. Little kid who was the fan could barely afford records could barely afford concerts and stuff and so he all he tried to keep fans especially ones on the lower tier economically and bond with everything he did which is amazing perspective because again we do see cases not only music industry but all industries where people go from zero to millions and unproductive goes with it you know and and it doesn't often go well but in tomsk it. It never was never really a problem so anyway so that this album finally comes out. After a lengthy delay it was worth waiting for and speaking of waiting the biggest hit off that record. This one hit the top twenty. It is the weighted.

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"ataur" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

04:31 min | 6 months ago

"ataur" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Reveal the truth now. We don't live in a like that anymore but we better try to resurrection. Yeah well we know that. The after the january six insurrection the b. announced they were going to have a shock and awe campaign to arrest. Everyone in anyway remotely involved with it and over. Five hundred and fifty people have been arrested. Many of them held without bail in solitary confinement for non violent charges people without any criminal records contrast that to the people who ride it over last summer on were let go but the essentially what you have is a political round up if this is the case rounding up funches of people dozens hundreds of people for political reasons to intimidate people who may not share the view that the election was completely free and fair may not like joe biden. What have you Here's what tucker said last night. Which is pretty strong stuff if true he said we know that the government is hiding the identity of many of the law enforcement officers who are present at the capitol on january six. According to the government's own court filing these law enforcement officers participated in the riott sometimes in violent ways. That's pretty heavy stuff you know. That should be the whole effort right now. That is that is what we have to know who. Who was there and what they were doing and they have this investigation. An investigation is likely investigations and the commissions. That are always set up. I say it's usually they're set up to You know Cover up for somebody cover up somebody so that nobody gets blamed or blame somebody who didn't do anything and that's exactly what's happened so far and if this goes unchallenged and really i would say that You know except for the few in the congress in the house and the senate just so few They're not interested in it. They don't want to rock their boat. You know and. I think this is politically unfeasible but you. You know. I remember when. I i I was voting on the patriot. Act i asked my calling their who is voting for and it i said why are you doing this. Good he said. Oh yeah i have to do it. And he says it's called the patriot act. Am i going to go home. People against patriot act. I said well. Why don't you go home and explain it in. That's your job so that is more or less. What what they need to do if they become suspicious eventually that there is a massive cover up and and we need to have more information all we want are the facts and if there's some really really bad people that belong to some of these so-called right wing organization we wanna know it and they should. They should be punished but what they don't want to know is because they were they wouldn't be locking people up without due process and And not allowing the records. The the emails information they have really isn't available to the public now and who knows when we'll ever become available for fourteen thousand hours of video refused to release the capitol hill police and the refuses to release all their surveillance video. What do they have to hide. And what if there's skull tori evidence in there that these poor people rotting away in jail might benefit from. Why won't they let it out. But here's another thing. We should have been accused of key early on. Which is the proud boys. It was an oath keepers. The proud boys in the three percenters. I'd i've never heard of the third group but the problem. Boys leader enrique ataur. Eeo right after the so-called insurrection..

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Who is the international community?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:01 min | 10 months ago

Who is the international community?

"Myanmar's progress towards democracy. During the two thousand and ten with nobel peace laureate aung sang suu as de facto head of government was widely understood as a good news. Story this week myanmar's military. The top madore decided that the democratic experiment had proceeded far enough claiming fraud in the most recent they threw a coup. D'etat seized power. Back and returned san suu now. Tarnished as an accessory to the tottenham does own recent accesses to detention the international community has responded predictably and in famous correctly demanding respect for the election results the restoration of constitutional order and so forth. Also this week. Us president joe biden in his first speech on foreign policy since taking office declared that america was ready willing and able to resume its traditional self awarded role as lead of that international community. But at this point what actually is the international community who decides what it thinks and are there really any penalties for defying or ignoring it. This is the foreign desk. But you're now seeing two sets of institutions governing although it's questionable how much actual authority the people without guns have to force their parliamentary decisions. At this point. The burmese military should relinquish power. They have seized release the advocates and activists and officials they have detained suspected. Criticism from western countries has relatively little direct. But it's not that they don't care at all it's noteworthy that they've gone to just extraordinary lengths to create alibis covers for the coup the very few occasions when you say that sanctions all the threat of sanctions hadn't affect i think would be the ending of the apartheid period south africa but they require cooperation and agreement among any state that has major economic relations with a particular state that is really under threat of sanctions. So that's pretty rare frontier. Hello and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew muller joined first of all by amen taunt a reporter based in yang-gon well first of all let's try and make sense of what has been occurring this week. How did the first hours of the coup ataur unfold as you experienced it. Was there a heightened military presence in the streets was a news broadcast social media alerts. How do they establish power. It's not like they lack practice this by now. Sure so the first couple hours were extremely chaotic. One was quite sure what was happening. Although most people had figured out that there was a coup so basically most people woke up on monday not being able to use their phones so there are some cards. Weren't giving them service. There was some rewards that depending on which company you are with. You have some level of service depending on where you are in the country. You had some notable service. But for me i couldn't call out and i didn't have any mobile data. Luckily i have wifi at home. Which is not true for a lot of people but yeah in the first few hours in django that weren't really military much of a military presence as far as i understand. Although in the days leading up to the coup there were some quite frightening pictures of tanks in yanko near military installations and what has gone. Felt like since how much of what was already passing for normal life i guess given the pandemic but how much is the feel of the city changed since the coup d'etat. Everyday's a little bit different. So the first day i went out to the markets just alexi what i could over here talk to people because you know people were getting online and a first a couple hours. Not everyone knew. The markets were busier than normal. There were more men. The normal people seem like they were ignoring the one person per household rule a lot more than they were. Previously people are largely ignoring the rules at this point in the pandemic here. But yeah like you just saw a lot of groups of people as opposed to the person who cooks which is generally a woman here but a couple hours in so maybe around nine. Ten people started panic buying especially rice. A lot of rice shops ran out of rice quite early in the morning. You know they generally never run out that bryce they usually are quite. we'll start but by the evenings. The supply chain was flowing again and had sort of compensated and the streets emptied out after a while but there was a while where people were trying to rush the banks. All the banks shut the atm set down. And then people try to. The gold shops and the gold shops started shutting down this

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"ataur" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

04:24 min | 11 months ago

"ataur" Discussed on Dans La T?te D'un Coureur

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"ataur" Discussed on Axing The Future

Axing The Future

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"ataur" Discussed on Axing The Future

"Yeah Man. That's awesome. So before we move onto probably the best subject Tiktok, what can throw back a bit to your childhood and see what we are drained as a kid. I. Obviously didn't think. I. Was going to be photography also I. photography only happened because of Instagram for me I wanted to be an architect. and. So when I was and I did pursue it like I went to university and West in architecture for five years as well. So. When I was like nine I went to my uncle's house in today's family related so. We were doing like a renovation for a house and my uncle was the Arctic for it. And we I went to his office and saw all the floor plans all designed nothing. I. Was Super Excited I was so cool and and I think from those inspired that I wanted to become an Arctic. So like. Throughout the whole of high school throughout the whole of like. I pursued architecture cy wanted my. Tazewell well in Melvin. Yeah. Yeah in high school. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So like when I was going through high school, I was like I need to get that Ataur mark to get into Oxford University. So that was always in my mind. And then when I got to university I actually didn't know what was involved. Like to become an architect so But I loved it like I threw myself in and. Love every minute of university and then I worked five years and I also enjoyed working in. Five years in a company. But Photography path took a different way and now I think it's for the better. A. Sounds like is so I mean your dreams and must be in some ways pretty related to your dreams now. But what are your dreams now? I think just to keep growing in like keep improving like I. WanNa. Teach more and make more and I think I want to get better at making videos like Youtube is definitely a big goal of mine like how do I make my videos more engaging? How do I not be boring in a youtube video like that kind of stuff I think. I need to learn like video techniques tricks. So I think that's my goal and my focus in the next few years we'll be learning video. I think that's that's probably one of my Gaza's well like speaking in the devil a bit like I myself and I do think it can be quite awkward after put that on my goals for the next few years I think I'm like as a young creator I think if you. As an like an advice. That would give like you. It's really important now like more than ever to be confident in front of a camera like. For me it took me so long to study youtube channel and to. To be confident enough to be in front of the camera because I'm always like. Like I'd I'd rather just shoot photos. I don't really want to be in front of the camera, but the last year I realized that like it's actually a really good thing to be in front of camera into to show yourself into to be out there but more. Yet totally. So if you could let's pretend this like delivered a visual like. Imagining that makes sense you room with your twelve year old self what am I see giving him? I think it's going to be. Like. You know about photography about growing up to absolutely anything. I think just like. If you WANNA do something if you if you have an idea I, think this go and do it like if you. If you want to be a doctor if you want to be an architect just like do it and then. If something else happens in life that you find more enjoyable I..

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eToro Social Trading Platform

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

09:27 min | 2 years ago

eToro Social Trading Platform

"Today we are speaking with mcgrane span. Who's the senior analyst? I believe a got a torrent matters pleasures. Mine How's it going Great these events were always pretty full on having Malta. It's zoom in. You cannot argue with that love the people everybody doing all sorts of things told you about. Hr what you guys are doing We should push from AIDS into Australia. Goes you've been around for a long time business. So what's the draw Australia. Australia's beautiful market lots of amazing people. And I think a AW. I've always held high opinion of Australians for sure but it's a great market a lot of good people and people like to trade and that's what we're all about opening up the financial the markets for everybody to be able to trade in excess of. What took you say buddy long? Well we always. We've always been interested in the Australian market. No doubt I suppose that regulatory and budgetary concerns. But we're here in Very happy by the pleasure to have you here. We look for to say what you put into the space. So tell me about the training. I mean you know you recently reporter digital assets into the space as well So what have you got for a crypto sample. I know you've got equities bonds commodity stocks all that sort of stuff full suite of of Package of Trion a lot of great margin project so I love the Great Magic Products Because Waste Traders Lot wrought. But what are you doing. The child asset spice so eternal Toro is a social trading network And there's over two thousand different assets that you can trade on and that's anything from currencies commodities et theakston indexes stocks And of course crypto so That's the main idea. Is that just to allow everybody to have that freedom and as as you'll notice it's a very user friendly platforms as soon as you download the APP or go to dot com. It'd be able to to just see how easy it is to open an account and opened a trade and to see and copy other other people and that's really for us. That's the foundation. Well that's the interesting thing about Ataur was can I mean those are the inventors. You possibly could be that social trading writing aspects. How does it work tell us about how that social trading following copying have that system works as a ranking competition? How does a whole will follow may work? Yeah so the best way to do is just to experience it right. You go costs try it out. Is that the way to think about it is. I can facebook for finance where everybody who opens an account automatically uploaded picture you can see their portfolio. What are what are they holding obviously in percentage terms the amount and if money but you can see what are they trading on when they opened a position when they close the position and their stats? Right you can see their stats and their risk score the wrist. Everybody's risk risks you over from one to ten. You can see how risky they are And then you can see their stats. How consistent they are basically a traitor? You can just allocate money to them. Say a thousand one dollars thousand dollars whatever you like And then that money will automatically mirror whatever they're doing in their portfolio. How does that work from the tribes perspective? I mean obviously take those out there. I mean I'm sure the students and you know probably falls in wall showing her they actually are. But how does it work for the try to benefit so first level If anybody wants to amass large following tomorrow they do need to show their real name DOC. It's really good to hear. And they do need to have a significant amount of capital from their own money in order to In order to rise up the ranks the as the system is called popular investor program. Okay where anybody who wants to a massive following is going through tears so you start out at the lower tier you can have Up to a certain amount of assets under management and then once we see that they are performing okay okay and that they're hearing to the community standard Then they can rate rise up the ranks in the top. The top tier is the elite traders. At that point they're already making a percentage of of the total assets under management so two percent on an annual basis are they can make directly as reward being. How's it worth a Torah and you'll just sir BICYC- money off? The transactions of the Bronco were broker. We have the spread fees. There's no Fees for opening an account or anything like that. It's it's just when you make a trade you're paying you're paying a spread commission on the trade and When your copy trading it's the same additional fees for copying anybody? It's just the system suspense is that does it go across the Bitcoin as well as it does to stocks cause if I tried US equities and other platforms on piling in on paying Out I'm not gonNA become quite expensive when it comes to scaling out to manage you're risking your position because you've got to have two or three different positions with two or three different sets of commission Thomas to the age of your introductions how does that work because justice spread or is the phase on trading certain markets like the US equity market for different depending. On what your trading obviously trying to make it as transparent it's possible we also introduced in some region the free stocks with Zero Commissions. And we've seen that just after we did that. Charles Schwab did the same thing wrong. We're we're cutting a trend in the market here but you can always go to the agency exactly what it is and then As far as if there is any kind of rollover or something like that you'll be able to see very clearly on the opposition itself Or even dividends or you know if you're if you're getting money for holding a physician you'll see it right there on the position it's always transparent. I look when it comes to back to talk about Australia and businesses doing now. It's a it's a global business now. It's huge but how many staff have you guys go around the world. I'm not entirely sure sure I know that are Australia. Is relatively new one of our our players our Soma he's been he's been in He Toro for years already in a very good a friend of mine and We send them over there and of course the managing director Robert is an amazing guy So I'm very confident that they'll be able to that'd be able to introduce And scale the region in the proper way to help more and more people Trade how long have you been in this four. I mean I've I've seen the ADS coming up some amazing using odds by the way well done. How long have you been getting off? They they know what they're doing. Absolutely nailed it okay. How long have you been driving? And how's it going. Traction was a new player in the saint. Obviously a lot of power a very strong brand I an. Hr is a new you concept to what we have currently in Australia. It doesn't exist in that sense. The following of people in that sense right neither copy traffic. So I've I've known has been around for a long time but not in a strong trading itself is relatively new. It's something that was born inside of e Touro Justice away of us. Listening to user feedback to the first implementation of property trading was actually a chatroom. O Our our customers came to us and said Hey I wanNA talk to other traders dip and you know that was like two thousand ten. Two thousand eleven tantrums were popular back then and we just put one right inside the platform and we saw people you know. Interacting with each other the next level was obviously you have people saying hey I just bought apple stock went up and people. Hey I wanted verify that is he telling the because everyone's obviously post moves haunt tried as plenty of exactly anybody can say anything to chat room right so At the at the moment we did that we built a separate website. The open book don't use for Tracking People's Trades AIDS and then you can see exactly what their trading their portfolio and their stats and everything like that and then obviously the next step in the evolution is. Hey that guy's doing really well will be him so. This copy trading is not something that was boring boardroom. Rather it's an evolution of some of social media India which is all around us and something that is step by step by step and then obviously two thousand fourteen. We put it together the open book and the platform and we put it all into one. Mobile trading was getting really popular then and we said okay single experience of Torah dot com or download the APP on Android or Apple. You'll get that same looking feel and you can log into the same account in multiple devices just makes it easier. It's handy to monitor your position to move stops all do it for my arbitrating super. Because you're good you're fine with you all the time that's right. It's dangerous dangerous man dealing with what you're saying I mean how's how's the uptake going in Australia. Sifi there is. There is a danger of over trading. No doubt for me you know. I'M GONNA be by the computer when I'm doing my. I'm always going to be checking the market cajal phone. See what the prices are doing and see what's moving. What's not Many things that I think that for everyday person. If you're if you're endangering over trading the best way to take care of it and the deal with that is diversification. You've got hundreds of different positions. It's okay if you tweak one or two of them every okay that's fine right. The problem with over trading is if you're all in on one thing then you're paying huge commissions and others your emotional. Yeah exactly but if you've got hundreds of different trades it's okay you can take your time. Say Okay I like that position the me add to it or let me see. I don't like that one subtract from it And then you don't. You're not in in that position of over trading

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"ataur" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"ataur" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

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"ataur" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ataur" Discussed on AP News

"Insurance costs AP, correspondent Jackie Quinn reports on the offering from the Trump administration, the White House's, advising companies that they can combine health reimbursement, arrangement accounts, or Ataur, as with existing insurance programs, which would allow workers to use the money to buy the coverage they want or extra benefits like dental or vision care HR. As are already available. But the White House of baby gone, which is the large ocean mammals similar to the American manatee is being cared for by marine, biologists in Thailand after being separated from its mother, and getting lost off southern Thailand. The female dugong, which has been named Mariam thought to be about five months old. She's become an internet hit in Thailand after images of marine biologist, holding feeding it with milk, and seagrass spread across social media. The dugong survey status is listed as vulnerable by the international union for the conservation of nature. Mariam's characters believes formed a bond with humans, but also drawn to the shape of the underside of canoes, perhaps, seeing it as a mother substitute. Kratz elections. I'm Maguire AP news minute House, Democrats ramp up their plans to act on a series of bills aimed increasing election security, effort gaining speed since President Trump said he would look at information on a political rival supplied by a foreign government. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says Trump has consistently denied previous election interfere. It's a hoax. Should be the one taking the lead to look into what happened. There steady saying they could do it again. Aides say the Bill seek to secure state election systems, but stricter limits on foreign election interference in provide more oversight of the executive branch Arkansas state police have arrested women connection with the killing of former state, Senator Linda Collins, who has found dead outside her home on June fourth. Investigators say charges are pending against Rebecca Lynn Donal haven't said, whether they are looking for anyone else in the case I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news. Back in a moment. Thank you. One of the most popular pieces in.

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"ataur" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"ataur" Discussed on AP News

"Lowering their workplace health insurance costs AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports on the offering from the Trump administration. The White House is advising companies that they can combine health reimbursement, arrangement accounts or Ataur as with existing insurance programs, which would allow workers to use the money to buy the coverage they want or extra benefits like dental or vision care HR, as are already available. But the White House says it wants to expand their use to help nearly a million small and mid sized businesses struggling with the cost of health insurance premiums. Jackie Quinn, Washington burning man the annual counterculture festival in the desert is going to have to cap attendance at eighty thousand people, the US bureau of land management released an environmental impact statement this week and said it's recommending attendance be capped at existing levels. For the next ten years, burning men organizers had proposed raising the current eighty thousand limit as high as one hundred thousand the BLM said it could permit growth of the event in the future, if the agency and burning man, organizers find solutions to existing problems, including safety and security, the BLM plans to hire a private security firm to screen attendees for drugs and weapons prior to entering the event in public meetings. However, festivalgoers called the suggested drug searches unconstitutional. I'm Tim McGuire House Democrats step up their efforts to pass bills aimed at election security, if he's checking with as more.

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"ataur" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"ataur" Discussed on AP News

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"ataur" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"ataur" Discussed on AP News

"Their workplace health insurance costs AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports on the offering from the Trump administration. The White House is advising companies that they can combine health reimbursement, arrangement accounts or Ataur as with existing insurance programs, which would allow workers to use the money to buy the coverage they want or extra benefits like dental or vision care HR, as are already available. But the White House says it wants to expand their use to help nearly a million small and mid sized businesses struggling with the cost of health insurance premiums. Jackie Quinn, Washington in Alabama man says he's completed his quest to mow lawns for veterans in all fifty states. Rodney Smith junior tweeted Friday, that he's headed home from Hawaii after his last job. He said he was in. Inspired to start a free yard mowing service after seeing an elderly man cutting his lawn. He chose to drive across the country this spring, and he posted photos of himself with veterans as he cut their lawns individual and corporate donations helped pay for hotel rooms and other expenses. He says he'll now continue providing free lawn care to the elderly disabled, single mothers and veterans in Alabama. Democrats in elections. I'm Tim Maguire within AP news minute House Democrats ramp up their plans to act on a series of bills aimed at increasing election security effort gaining speed since President Trump said he would look at information on a political rival supplied by a foreign government. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says Trump has consistently denied previous election interfere president of the United face says it's a hoax. Hoc president say should be the one taking the lead to look into what happened. There steady saying they could do it again. Aides say the Bill seek to secure state election systems, put stricter limits on foreign election interference and provide more oversight of the executive branch Arkansas state police have arrested woman in connection with the killing of former state Senator Linda Collins, who was found dead outside her home on June fourth investigators say charges are pending against Rebecca Lynn Donal. They haven't said, whether they are looking for anyone else in the case. I'm Tim Maguire. AP digital news..

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"ataur" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"ataur" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"ataur" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"ataur" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"ataur" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"ataur" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"For that. I do agree with you, Mike, though, that I think it's much easier to him when talking to Democrats to say, you know, the programs that FDR guavas need to be strengthened and expanded. And and Bernie, Elizabeth Warren. You know, a lot of these candidates who are who are progressive or who are becoming aggressive are basically foundation for that. Mike. Thank you for the call, very thoughtful got it. Thank you. We'll be right back. Ataur Hartman here, here's what you might have missed on our program today in the Michael Cohen slash Donald Trump investigation. The state of the art right now for reconstructing, shredded documents is pretty amazing. What you do if you're the FBI you take all these little strips just randomly arranged them on the floor. Take a giant picture of it. And then computer reassembles all the strips two things. One of the things that the FBI has notified the judge is coming is a whole bunch shredded documents that when they raided Michael Cohen's office. He was in the process apparently of destroying evidence and number two out of one million three hundred thousand documents to fifty two documents were found to actually have to do with Michael Cohen practicing law and having a client and probably it's Sean Hannity two hundred fifty two of them. But another one point three million. It's just fine. You could look at this. So Donald Trump has got to be shaking in his boots. For more information about our. Tom Harmon dot com slash podcast. Welcome back, Robert in Grand.

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"ataur" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"ataur" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"John the chiefs have the number one seat, and they also have a couple of key injured players, which makes that a very good thing. I'm talking about safety. Eric berry missed the final game of the season with his phantom. He'll Sammy Watkins has been out for a little bit with the foot. Learn to NATO diff- who had the leg. Chiefs could get all three back. Here was Andy Reid on whether those guys are making progress throughout the next week year. Just how that how that goes. I can't really tiny anything right now. These are the ones you mentioned are day-to-day situation. So let's just see out how plays out and and how the guys guys do some of Moby through the following week too. So. As far as the game, we go. So just at the C out on those Andy, I love you, man. But when you say the words day day, it's like a knife into my gut just anything, but day-to-day Eric berry Sammy Watkins L DT. Let's say for the sake of argument, you can only get one back who you take. You know, interesting thing about that question is it changes, depending on what the match is if I'm going against the colts and Andrew luck. I definitely want. Eric berry, I want Eric berry to be back to help kind of lemonade and try to deter Andrew looks vision. Spar spreading Bala would feel if we're going against the ravens. I kind of like a Sammy Watkins back against that number one defense having Sammy Watkins as a offense threat to to to to make era Guido have look both sides of the feel and that just focused on the side cheetahs on. And then if it's end up being the charges, actually like LTD L D is is you know, he brings a different pace of athlete to the offense line, and when you're going against Bosa Ingram, those guys become an issue. Full-throttle every snap is always good have an extra lamb in hosting your lineup. So depending on who we plan against my my choice changes. It type of guy must have cheated on the playground. You go into the playground. You got a game set up. You gotta kick ball game. You got some boosting your shoes or something? I mean, I ask you a question you give me three answers and. If I had to pick one right now, I'm okay with the offensive line. I think Laura Dern Ataur D would be an upgrade for sure. So mara. The offense of line is good enough. Eric berry the first game. He made a difference in his thirty snaps. The second game with the sixty nine snaps didn't feel as big, and I have all these film junkies. I'm talking about my guys included Arrowhead pride nerd squad. Tell me how important Sammy Watkins is the offense hasn't felt the same since you left. I'll give you that. But also in that same time spaniels Kareem hunt. So it's hard to really pinpoint anybody, but I'll buy I would say if you had to have one back, I'll take Sammy Watkins back. So maybe I could finally see how this guy that you had to pay all money this off season. How much he mattered on this team? I'll take Sammy back Barbara question for you a side from this. Did you have a chance to listen to show in Verner earlier to no no show Nova has ever since we replace them for over the holidays made the hashtag no-show Noverre. And you just haven't listened to that makes sense. That makes sense. I. Understand why. But I do wanna play cut for you about a plan. They have for this postseason. I want us for the tournament. That's all Steve wears us show when Verne that show inverted listeners the hill with the hockey beard. Let's just go straight mustaches for this cheese playoff run starting tomorrow. Let's come in straight stashes nothing wrapped around no beard, immense shoot. Oh, phoo Manchu just eighties. Baseball players staff still comes here. Like, Dave Bergman. I wanna look like Kevin Mitchell from the eighties just straight stat. They went on went on to call me and ask me if we would get era had pride behind this..

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"ataur" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"ataur" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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