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"balestra" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast
"Career love i love working on the listing presentation. Never work on this skill too much or i agree one hundred percent. I think it's one of those that you need to practice it constantly. Either you're practicing doing role. Play with someone knows someone in the office or you're shopping your skills by practicing it with sellers. I think that's something that you need to do. Because it's it's one of those where we get so comfortable with it if something changes in the market or somebody brings something up a away. Now how do i do this. That's why i always like you know. Listen consultational listing compensation. Does he do conversationally to me. It just flows so much better. I like calling it the l. c. rather than the Lp with so many for so in the habit of saying listing presentation which puts says puppy dog wagging tails. Hard picked me. We kind of become donkey in shrek. You know in what we really need to do is like you say has become the consultant and that's the whole and that's the whole thing. These is that it's an eye in the role play calls. My always approach is. What can i do to bring value to the situation. And when you approach it from that service oriented mindset from. Let me bring value to this. Before i ask for something i think it makes the whole process go better. And that's why i always is the consultative approach approach as opposed to the lifting petula listing presentation. So in balestra talked. Didn't where we end off last week last week we had talked about in the prep and being prepared. And you know. Shoot a quick video and send them out. So let's get into the part of what you do when you get there in. Oh you did all your research you prepared you know your stats and now you're there now. What so my first thing is. You know it's inaugural door rang the doorbell. Whatever it happens to be You know they'll invite you and and you know it was that old sales thing they used to tell you..
"balestra" Discussed on No Laying Up
"It's the legend of st steve balestra. Right you gotta get a bond a misty. Sergio has been so good. Tc the euros aren't gonna know what to do with you on their team. You just route. I saw room. Mcdonald's such shame on you like get the hell out disgrace update here. But you're rooting for. The euro could have said that to me five or six years ago. I think i proved my bona fides. A man dot com last night. That's kind of becoming more country. And i gotta get zealander hong kong or question. Do they get through the first whole tomorrow without a mention of sevi- telecasts. Do they get to the first shot. Hit no okay. Fuck no no. That will be a headline one. I do wanna see the world and one of the best ryder cup players of all time. Does your way those two will be the focus of come out with the word seveal in the back of their shirts. Tobar sky riders out there. Too right with the planes. I i wanna go back to. Dj more for a second. Because i. that's there's an interesting chemistry there of dj. I guess what i'm saying earlier. I said many more cal. Feel like many dj. I feel like better way to say that would be like younger brother. Like same plane tailor made stuff. The and more seems like a very jolly guy feels like he would be like hypothermic people unit. Ever push back. I know but like east coast west coast. Okay can you come to death row. Yeah because coastal carolina versus cal school. I think five. I just want you to picture just for a second like you're going through the line getting a hot dog. Getting some baked beans at the The family reunion where both of those two are invited because that does not given me let me rephrase. They're both they're both slow side insanely torment potential. Okay and i would. What i'm trying to get at before you took my analogy little too far but could work with. Don't throw it out there. no good work. i appreciate home. Accountable is that It's a position. I don't think i've seen dj in like what we were talking about last night. About how like. He's been checked out and i would love to see him he to me feels like the captain of that pairing and i can see more cow having a great attitude out there and i would love to see. Dj feed off of that. And be like you know what this is. This is cool anymore. Cow energizing dj. What i'm getting complimentary to because more call was not a a raw he's kind of a slow simmer and he's gonna get shit done and deejays the same way and you would think those two at feed off each other. It's not like more college trying to draw something out of dj. that's not. They're they're they're like they're both just gonna quiet yes. I hope that his asks who's like infectious for dj of man. This is like you know. He's got like the vibeke. Never gets himself about more coward. That you always hearing that you've seen play out as he always takes care of his own business and dj doesn't have time for you if you're not taking care of business right. He on time for for bryson screaming about stuff. You probably don't have time for speed hollering brooks. Those are trying to be a third string. Special teamer get the fuck out. There's a lotta guys that. Dj edge you guys experienced. It just doesn't have time for you. Yeah more not one of them. More cal will take care of business. He might ask. Dj question or whatever but it's not. He decided to babysit him like he did. With cooter. i come on you. Know maybe the to best suit wears on the On the us team as well. I i still like more cow. Guys that are going to have more cows hair haircuts so high and tight eighties is great volume up top and just razor tight. I think just the yeah. Just bryson explaining anything to dj okay. That's cool man. He told that story on the pot about practice round with With phil and bryson is like to like. I'm never doing this again. I got to walk on the other side of the fair. Can't i can't listen to those guys talk. Golf like that is not as not my tempo before we go farther weatherwise tomorrow. It looks like it's pretty docile in the morning and then it ramps up in the afternoon and then we've got some some thunderstorms and showers rolling in evening time so it big it could be. It could be kind of diabolical four-ball tomorrow afternoon. Were you pissed to see the americans slowing on the golf course with the rainstorm this afternoon. Listen i thought it was a little chintzy can we. Can we talk about the the supposedly manipulation of whistling straights. Is there even like an ounce of it that we've seen in any way. Listen i get ahead of this story. There's much can change. There's let's get ahead of this. I think this you know. There's a distance profile that fits this course but like for several other reasons. This is not the best homecourt advantage for the us. that's fair. i think it's also like it's not a you know everybody that's like. Oh it's a links course and it feels like you're on irish links. It's not a links course. And i it's it's a target course and there's one option for how to play a role you're talking about the day you know it's it's very It looks like a links. Course you know from aesthetic and feeling perspective but it's very technical. Can i dispell something. Something weird i was discussing with my maestro skinned cabal at lunch. I think there's a massive misunderstanding on the Visitor in another visit ho see we let them in or not is randy later. Arriving let ready come on. Have a seat for me. I got to use the restroom. He's here hello big.
"balestra" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Chris Wallace staff people And principles. There's a big difference. You understand it. I understand it. I understand when you say that Tony Blinken is his staffer I've done panels with Tony Blinken watched him in the Aspen Security Institute talked to him. Wendy Sherman is more of a principle than Tony Blinken is. I would like to see Admiral staff really since state, But would you explain for audience the difference between a staffer and a principal what it really comes down to Sure, I mean, and I'm sure people in their own businesses see it. You know, there's somebody who's the and the assistant manager or the the HR person you know who are are very good and very competent and they do their job. But they're not going to lead people and they're not going to impress people. And you know you need somebody as a principle in any organization, but especially in a position like secretary of state as secretary of defense, who Impresses our allies and gives them comfort that you know, the United States is on your side and, frankly scares the hell out of our enemies like I don't want to mess with this guy. And you know, it's more than just knowledge. It's more than just confidence. It's force of of personality will and you know, some people have it. And some people don't the ability to project fear into your enemies is what I think you were alluding to. And I agree with you. Pompeo and Clinton Both had that. I'm not sure Secretary Blinken. I want to end on a happy note. Mrs. Panetta is now the fetching Mrs Phillips. New hero because she said to Leon, Okay, you go Do the CIA. I ain't leaving moderate. I'll come visit. Did you interview her? Did not. I interviewed? I've spent a lot of time with Panetta. Can I just have one? Quick, please? I love them that a stories New Year's Eve 2010. So you know, this is right in the middle of the hunt. They haven't Figured out whether or not it's been laden. They haven't even begun to enlist McRaven in the military in this and the Panetta's go as they went every year to a New year's Eve celebration with all of their friends. At a very good I've never been to it. But a very good restaurants puzzling in Monterey, California called the sardine Factory and the owner of the place a guy named Ted Balestra areas there. And he starts bragging that he's got a bottle of 18 70 Lafite Rothschild, which is I don't know if it's good because it's pretty all but it's a very expensive and desired bottle of wine, and at one point, somebody says When are you going to open that up, Ted and serve it and he goes. You know what I'll serve it when? When Leon Panetta find Osama bin Laden? So the day of the raid. Get out with it. May 1st the president is about to announce it to the country. Uh, Panetta calls his wife Sylvia, and he says Called Dallas story and tell them to watch T V to watch cables in about 20 minutes. And of course, he sees it, and he finds out that that caught bin Laden and you're going to have to open the bottle of 18 70 ft. And Dallas Grey area says the bastard set me up, huh? He knew. Well, look, there's a lot of those moments, including a lot of recollection that people forget the celebration that happened in America. When we got bin Laden, it was it's underscoring the great unease and discuss with the Afghan exit. Right now. It's the same emotion. It's the same people. It's not red or blue. Chris Wallace, It's American. And I think the administration is deeply underestimating the damage done as a result of their withdrawal. I hope you keep pressing them for for facts and figures and congratulations on countdown. Bin Laden. Great, read fascinating rate. I enjoyed a lot. Thank you so much for having me on this is really a pleasure. And frankly, I'm honored that not only did you read the book, you know what's on every page so well, I try and do these. Well, that I told someone last night. Authors are always surprised. Like him early in the book could now everything is downhill for you, Chris. You know that No one else will have read it. But the news cycle has been so bad that good luck. I think it's going to self. Thank you again. Thank you, Hugh. The reference I made there at the end. Is that when you drop a book in the middle of a hurricane of news like the second American hostage crisis now on day nine. It's very difficult to get people to pay attention. Now it was impossible. Over the last two weeks as it began to unfold. America and elite media is complicit with Joe Biden in trying to turn the page. I'm not I won't It's Day nine of America held hostage dates to point out. But the Chris Wallace is of the world to drop a book into the middle of a hurricane of news. Have to fight for spots. Luckily, his book is a related It can be related to bin Laden. Since bin Laden, head of security is now back in Afghanistan and the Taliban. We defeated 20 years ago are all back those that we haven't killed are back in power. Thanks to Joe Biden, Tony Blinken and the whole team Biden, but America held hostage to point out continues sadly. I'm going to remind you of relief act calm, Greg sponsor the show. There it is. There's the bag. It's open. I took it in the first hour. I take it every day in our one. I remind you an hour or two and three if you're a new listener to the show in a new affiliate. Get used to it because I'm just trying to remind people before they leave the house that not only does it remind him about relief factor. It also reminds him about everything else they're supposed to take. Never stop taking a medication Your doctor tells you to take But go and get relief factor calm and added to.
"balestra" Discussed on Box of Neutrals
"How about you fill out this form yellow one. Oh i bit christian horner enjoys it could grenache. Doesn't he would be someone. Who would you get around that him in Sporty gingy. I think it's be. Jason is he's really Married i was married to. He's well they relations as Yeah yeah fine i bit. Yeah he looked probably does doesn't he. He's probably cost a lot of money. Whatever he was buying money on his mind say because he's coming out not only obviously he'd at in silverton when the crash happened max staff and lewis hamilton. The crash it cops on lap one. That of course put this out of the race and momentarily in hospital. We'll talk about that. But he's also self published made a blog on the red bull website. Much sounds much like donald trump did wasn't it except he's less. It's a little bit like getting a them. I get these lake to me. Is like getting a a letter from the president and the mailing address. Hawthorn football club. Jeff can for them. They mad rambling. Yes yes he's well he's unmanned ramblings have been self published on the website. I'm sure he employed someone from the online team to four with one. These lucky we. We need to jeff kit. We we needed exact. He would be fascinating for the osce version of the sort of the movie. A home with one on on a seven thirty on a sunday night on channel seven after the olympics the olympics of course jeff kennett would be one hundred percent. He'd be a one of the sort of cast as the primary villain of the show. It'd be fantastic. i would play john. Murray balestra easy except it would be like john. Mark berry would be the australian name or something like that except except it would be just forgetting. He's just easy just to call him. Jeff kuhlman look. Grison has been about because he's upset that the crash has caused team and estimated not him. Personally i seem to point four million stralia. I don't know what that is in another county do your own calculations because more importantly that is one point two percent doesn't sound like a lot but i guess it is when the unexpected percent of the budget cap which is nearly two hundred million dollars a year. Which salat really when you think about it. But that's he's upset point because this is the first year the budget cap and not only mercedes and lewis. Hamilton slashed the championship capping one rice. But also them in a year before the rules are going to change quite dramatically of course two point four million bucks cobb divert something else. Plus there's also the prospect that the engine might not be recoverable. They're not sure they're going to do the tests. But donald put max on the penalty. Bubble in short is extremely upset. He's even said he's considering appealing the penalty to the as well. So it's it's of say it's still on his mind. I'm very surprised that form with one haven't made some kind of you know courtroom series because it would be great if the two teams could come to an agreement Not the sacred agreement in in a sort of televised sort of Boss battle where the cities and ripple just. You could add over over time. Because i think if if this graves and obviously cash isn't gonna pop wise but what what else could you. How could you. What other forms of restitution include mercedes offer red bull. Just shut them up and feel of magnolia. This tried to tried to sell some of my annual leave extremely enterprise could say what does it say. These just just tried Penalty tokens so. It's like okay. Well you're going to talk a penalty. What why don't we just give you one of as we've we've got a little bit more than happy to give you one advantage in tokens and max can have a have a free not admitting false but this is just the nice little gesture of goodwill i liked. I'll tell you what this is. What jeff kenna would be good in the form one movie because if you noticed the whenever we talk about the budget.
"balestra" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"That Balestra Ari had made a comment. That he wanted me taken out. And at a couple of his Jewish pals. Who had given him a lot of money. I'm not going to name who they are, because they've got relatives around town. But said, You can't do that. This is guys just doing his job. He's is a nice Jewish kid from his family and just go in a different direction. Not whether that's true or it's completely fabricated. I don't know, but that was a square that was told to me. After I left and had some cases. How did that make you? Well, It made me feel like maybe maybe I'm a little bit too naive about what I do for a living. But I have had some some cases where I've defended people and I felt threatened, had one guy that had been on quite appointment to represent them in two cases when he was charged with Sexual assault of a female, a minor, another one who's accused of attempting to murder a roommate of his. There's a weird dude, and then he was charged a third time and they asked me to take the case, and I said I wouldn't because I could not defend him. In a way that would be impartial and Guy said to me in the car room. When I get out, I'm going to kill you. And I said to him, you're never going to get out of Pell and one day about a year and a half later, I'm walking through. National T is now Metro Martin NPR. And I see the guy. And he's walking right towards me, and I walked up to him and I I played my kind of like Hubert, what was because Humphrey Bogart And I said, Ronald, I'm just going to have one minute conversation with you right now. You threatened me in the courtroom, and I'm going to tell you now, if you ever see me You turn around and go and get away from his fast as you can, Because if I see you again I'm going to tell you this, but I see you again. They will not be a brutal identify your body from the pieces that will be floating in Lake Michigan. I'm going to have you taken out. Do you understand is I got no beef with you, Frank. I said, but I got a beef with you. You threaten me? You take a hike, man, and I don't want to look at your face ever again. I was scared to death doing that. But he turned around says okay, Okay. Okay. I was afraid of that guy because he was weird and the and the cases that I defended amount were weird. And and he was acquitted on both of you know, it's strange in this business, you know, sometimes criminal. How's business? Cases. You should should win. You don't the cases you have no chance to win. You do so it's just the vagaries of jury selection. I guess how did that come up from you that you were able To have the presence of mind at that moment to go on the offensive against this guy. Well, I think I think I I grew up. As I said, from the beginning of my life without a silver spoon in my mouth. I didn't go to prep schools. I went to good schools, public schools. I grew up with good people, but I grew up on the streets and, uh and I created a kind of 1/6 sense or a sense of awareness. If you will about how people that aren't like you React to situations which are tense and what I learned and this is a generality. All generalities are subject to criticism. But I learned that if you take charge of the situation, really a assertively that you will be in charge most of the time, and that's just how I felt I needed to deal with this guy. Ronald Francis. Terry. That was his name, and then it was a strange situation, but, uh, it uh it worked there another time. You know, the guy might have waited for me outside the store, hit me over the head with a touch.
"balestra" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Investigation underway. I'm lisa lacerra fox news lawmakers wanna get to the bottom of the trump era request for lawmaker cell phone data as part of a leaks investigation during the russia probe address. This department's inspector. General is looking at the seizure of house. Democrats meta data during the trump administration. Deputy attorney general lisa. Monaco referred the case to the senate majority leader. Chuck schumer and the chair of the senate judiciary committee. Dick durbin say former attorneys general bill barr and jeff sessions must testify under oath stood a committee that a man came after revelations. The trump administration secretly obtained meta data from democratic members and staff of the house. Intelligence committee is part of a leaks investigation in washington jared halpern fox news. President biden and other world leaders have just wrapped up dinner after their first in-person cheese seven meetings since he took office british prime minister boris johnson. 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Jessica rosenthal fox news is recommending the vaccine only for people over age sixty after government officials looked at data showing in rare cases. People who got that back seen. We're developing blood clots and saying younger people that the first dose faster zeneca should get a second dose of either finds her own. We're gonna boeing's. Max jets are now finding buyers says demand is returning for. It's seven thirty. seven max jets. Because gymnast air travel has been picking up united airlines balestra. Air group had purchased unclaimed. Max planes aspires walked away or collapsed during the pandemic the wall street journal says the company now has around ten stored max aircraft needing buyers. Last year it countered around two hundred with more people. Finding airlines are adding flights are hiring back. Idled crew and are also starting to expand their cosell. The fox news from washington state. Who admitted using inside information from his wife about amazon auditory. 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"balestra" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Do have a heavy delay on I 70 though eastbound its construction at E 4 70. They've basically blocked off the highway, but they're allowing traffic on the right shoulder. Looking at two plus smiles on those backups. Fox 31 pinpoint whether mostly sunny today with light winds high of 74 clear skies this evening expected low of 45. Currently we're sitting at 72 degrees. We're sponsored by Glenwood Springs Getaway from the traffic. Get away from the noise this fall. Take a getaway to the wide open spaces. The incredible outdoor recreation and the Amazing Fall Colors of Glenwood Springs Search visit Glenwood. Dot com Jonathan Steele on K Way News Radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio APP thiss Year. Halloween is what we make it so make it big with lows stuck up on spiderwebs skeletons, soaring ghosts and more spooky to core, starting at just 3 98 and lay around some classic full style with three court hardy months starting at just 5 90 whether you care to scare spook Trick or treat. Hurry into Lowe's today and let's bring on a Halloween to remember selection in pricing vary by location while supplies last in storm Balestra 9 30 US only splits Alaskan on Now, look back at this week in history on I Heart radio this week in 18 63, expressing gratitude for a pivotal union Army victory at Gettysburg President Abraham Lincoln announces that the nation will celebrate an official Thanksgiving holiday on November 26th 18 60. Three speech, which was actually written by Secretary of State William Seward declares that the fourth Thursday of every November therefore would be considered an official. U S holiday Thanksgiving Jumping Ahead this week in 1957, the Soviet Union inaugurates the space age with its launch of Sputnik, the world's first artificial satellite had a diameter of 22 inches and weighed £184 circle Earth every hour and 36 minutes. US government, military and scientific community. We were caught off guard by the Soviet technological achievement and they're united. Efforts to catch up with the Soviets heralded.
"balestra" Discussed on WTVN
"And tennis star Serena Williams this morning had to withdraw from the French Open. She had water first match but now is out with an Achilles injury. Matt McCoy these radio 6 10 w TV host a breezy this afternoon with Nice lated shower possible high of 68. Mostly cloudy. Few showers tonight the low 45 Mostly cloudy, breezy. A few showers tomorrow afternoon and a Hyatt 62 sunshine 58. Now I'm Scott Jennings stayed connected the Columbus and Central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes past. And as news breaks thiss year, Halloween is what we make it so make it big with lows stuck up on spiderwebs skeletons, soaring ghosts and more spooky to core, starting at just 3 98 and later on some classic full style with three court hardy mom's starting at just 5 90 whether you care to scare spook Trick or treat. Hurry into Lowe's today and let's bring on a Halloween to remember selection in pricing very by location while supplies last in storm Balestra 9 30. US only splits. Alaska NEWS radio 6 10 W TVN. What you're about to hear is the fusion of entertainment and enlightenment. Program. I don't want to waste a second. I want to spend a mall with Don Trump Jr He's on in 60 seconds is Glenn.
"balestra" Discussed on KTRH
"County been damaged or destroyed, including locally famous buildings like custody. Amorosa, a replica of 1/16 century Italian castle. Thousands of people have been evacuated. While the weather is warm and incredibly dry. The winds have calmed. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News News time 30 for the markets are closed years. Katya Ridge moneyman Passion brought to you by D'Amato leasing dot com. And good afternoon. Why its stocks closing the day Just modestly Lower that now Industrials finishing today down by 132 points. Closing 4 27,051 S and P 500 down 16 points, one half of 1%. Ditto that for the NASDAQ down by 32 points, traitors just holding on to their wallets ahead of tonight's big presidential debate. 10 out of 11 stock sectors were down in price utilities, the only sector in the green Today just barely, so and you can't blame today's economic data. Consumer confidence coming in above estimates for the month of September, Remember consumer is more than two thirds of the U. S. Economy Oil Down a dollar 31 $39.29 a barrel gold Back up by $20.90 an ounce at $1903, with the check of your money from the Office of Heritage has had advisors. I'm Pat Shin Produce radio 7 40 K t. R. Thanks Pat. Or Next update at 3 30 breaking information. As it happens. I'm Wyatt Goolsbee on Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Whose radio 7 40 h thiss Year. Halloween is what we make it so make it big with loans stuck up on spiderwebs skeletons, soaring ghosts and more spooky to core, starting at just 3 98 and lay around some classic false style with three court hardy mom's starting at just 5 90 whether you care to scare spook Trick or treat. Hurry into Lowe's today and let's bring on a Halloween to remember selection in pricing very by location while supplies last in storm Balestra 9 30 US only splits Alaska. You And if you want trump attempts to stay in office after losing, there will be a number of plans out there to make sure that he has evicted from office. That's why I made it a priority of my entire kurta work closely.
"balestra" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"balestra" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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"balestra" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Again then just the play elements that we don't have enough of downtown playground for children amazing playground of course Janet I come in our culture lot of activity lot again you you don't have to go to the whole peer to really have a full day out there that's the beauty of it yeah let's talk about the activities here because I know Saint Pete known for live music great music scene in Saint Petersburg is there going to be an area where there's could be performances live shows anything like that yeah we've designated a few areas that we're working with our our operator in big city events which does a lot of activity on both sides of the day as the event management company and so very excited about a variety of different acts not just the opening day type of acts but regularly we've already contracted have about seventy eight different things in year one once were open and this is more than just the figure out at the end of the what is the pier area it's appear district now and it includes parks on I think both sides than it does in fact yeah the old peer consisted of about five acres today were about twenty six thinkers so we've taken over all of the space called the approach previously and again in that approach you've got everything from children splash pad the play to a beach restaurant park land again family park market place so again the the there's there's we we really feel confident that we've checked every box in terms of what the community ask for originally and we're we're so excited to get this thing under way and is rapidly coming towards us yeah that's a big names you you mentioned the bird toward as far as restaurants for vendors that want to apply you are accepting applications like you said but what it you know are there small vendors do you think this can be bigger vendors how expensive is it gonna be or what's the give for a vendor to to get in we're trying to make it as easy as possible the the market place we're looking at applications are online the city of Saint Pete website until August nineteen and the buy in is the as low as five hundred dollars per month they have a a market stall tent there and again where we are early predictions were about one point seven million people a year and I I predict we're gonna blow that number way and so I ate what it is is that like the gift shop when you come into a museum you know you you pass through the market place on your way to the pier you pass out through it on your way out and so it gives small businesses in particular the people who maybe can't afford a brick and mortar presence to give them a great opportunity and we work very closely to hold their hand with our cities greenhouse that their economic development opportunity for small businesses just really to give people a leg up and and provide a different types of services and and products that would be very interesting not just for our residents but for all the visitors that we this is coming this is going to be a big big plus for our downtown and Chris we're out of time but just quickly is there going to be parking yeah we've got it we got over five hundred parking spaces at the pier in the sundial garages lets the two blocks away so I sound right yeah we've got a great opportunity to hell will stay in touch with you on this Chris Balestra the director of enterprise facilities for Saint Petersburg in the website is new Saint Pete here dot com no dots in that Saint Pete thank but new Saint Pete peer dot com and Chris will talk to you later you have a great day thank you thank you Chris bluster it's seven forty seven on a M. Tampa Bay we go to the newsroom.
"balestra" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"German English or something about the dangers of passive investing. This is brilliant stuff. Wow. I think it is. Anyway, here's what he had to say. He's a brilliant writer. I've I've read a bunch of this stuff in the past investors are prone to two opposing but equally debilitating fears. The full no fear. The fear of missing out. When times are good and the fear of loss. When markets are volatile. These two fears have a zero sum relationship with rational decisions the more. You are dominated by these fears Balestra rational, you are absolute fact, no doubt about it. So what can we do as investors to move toward maximum rationality says, here's some advice number one. Don't constantly watch your portfolio. How many times have we talked about that? It's something that if you do you are really violating one of the great rules of investing by an hold. I know that's not real popular when you listen to the radio or television on weekends. But by and hold if you're properly diversified, which we talked a lot about yesterday will work. Oh, it'll work. I'll tell you how you can get really caught up when I bought my first tech stocks way back in two thousand you know, right before I was really nervous every fifteen minutes. I went back to check to see if I'd made to censor not. I mean that drove me nuts. I after about three days because you talk to me. Yes. Look what it's doing. You went to his backup. Look, look, here's what he had to say. Next time, you notice the price of a stock you own moving up or down think about the factors that may be influencing that move stocks are owned by people who have very different time horizons you'll have mutual funds and hedge funds his clients often have the patience of five year olds they're getting in and out of stocks based solely on what they expect them to do in the next month or six months a rounding error of time period in the life of a company that lasts decades. He goes on some buyers and sellers are not even humans, but computer algorithms that are reacting to variables that have little or nothing to do with fundamentals of the company who invested in these players have time horizons of milliseconds, you see a lot of people forget about that. When the market fluctuates it's up three hundred points yesterday. It's down eighty points today and people look at that. And we in the media. Are you ever wonder why you never hear a talking about what the stock market's doing right now? Remember back in the day. KFI one stations. I used to do like eight business reports a day. Yes. And it was the Dow the last hour we've seen a jump of four points. And then you had to define why you had to say why? Well, it was down because there is a July. Unemployment figures were eaten by goats or something. It didn't matter. It's kind of like bitcoin bitcoin jumps like twenty percent overnight and all the millennials. I'm sure saying, yeah, we're back. And then it drops thirty percent six hours later. Those are the ones that bought it when it was at eighteen thousand crossing five right now. So just remember that he goes on. You will also have folks are buying and selling a stock based on a pattern of its chart. I love this one not that. They don't know what the company does. They will tell you. They don't even care what it does for them. It's just a chart with one squiggly line crossing another. Squiggly lines. So they're looking at past squiggly lines and saying it's going to do exactly this going into the future. Exactly. Then there are folks who spend more time researching the next movie they're going to see then stock they're about to buy some of them by a stock after reading a single article on the internet, while many others by on the advice of their brilliant. Neighbor, Joe the orthodontist? Or how about Jack the morning show guy? Happens all the time. I did that. So then he gets into the dangers of passive investing. And this is really critically important because so much of the oxygen in the investment world has been sucked out of the atmosphere by passive investing, literally trillions of dollars of gone from active to passive. Here's what he said designing not to constantly look at your portfolio is not necessarily the same thing as embracing the latest craze passive investing. This one is a bit personal and requires a small detour interest rates are the foundation of the discount rate. That's what investors use to convert future cash flows and today's dollars. That's what we use all the time to try to determine what the value of a stock might be what rate beyond the guaranteed rain that. You're you're going to assume maybe it's four percent. Maybe it's five percent. Maybe it's two percent during the great recession when central banks aren't officially changed the price of money by buying trillions and government and corporate bonds, they made these Soviet planned economy. Look like child's play he must be Soviet because he notes Soviet. I haven't heard that exactly. Instead of messing with the kitty stuff like setting prices on shoes and sugar like Soviet central planners. Did a few dozen free market central bankers at the price of a single most important commodity the risk free rate was that the core of most economists decisions and. Evaluation of all assets. Exactly, right. When you drove when the feds drove the price down the interest rates down to zero they were setting the discount price, which is why valuations then went through the zeal, and when not to get into all the detail of what he has to say here, but I can paraphrase it for you. Because it's obvious when you drive the price of of the cost I should say of interest to virtually nothing, then nobody wants to put money into nothing. Right. You don't wanna earn nothing? No. It goes elsewhere it goes elsewhere and that elsewhere ended up into the stock market was drove valuations up higher because they could. And as a result we've had a decade of phenomenal market returns. Now, obviously the economy has improved a lot since back in two thousand and eight. That drives valuations too. But when valuations are supposed to be in the sixteen or eighteen and they get up to thirty two or thirty three. You can see how you've made so much more money in the market. So you're saying the fed has been responsible for most of this growth. I am saying the fed has responsible.
"balestra" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I will say this. There's way more beastie -ality jokes on that show that I'm coming from. I mean, really strange company they get away with and just the weird guy who is a Balestra. That's in there. It's funny. I know I know. If he had a good line. It wouldn't be funny. Here's one I don't remember at all. This is the only one that for some reason his just evaporated from my brain when John Travolta was weird with Scarlett Johansson. Oh, I thought you were going to say he said Edina, Adele. Maybe she standing there with him. No, Disney kisser, something maybe sprite Hanson's captured reaction in a photo. The actress said the John Travolta's, Oscar kisses were acceptable. She he was that two thousand fourteen not that long ago. Did what Adrian Brodie did to Halle Berry? Kind of. Why why can't I remember that at all? I think we're all Adele, Zime overshadows. Yeah. Well, that's their next moment when John Travolta did know how to say DNA men's ELS name when he introduced the frozen star back in two thousand fourteen Travolta, either didn't know how to save men's ELS name or had some sort of a bit planned either way he pronounced your name. As Adele does EM in a weird accent and people were confused now his explanation for it. The next day is that he has a form of dyslexia, and he was able to read the cards. But once it got to the part where his name was it was written in a different color it somehow triggers his dyslexia. I totally believe that it's a name that listen if you're Joe Smith, right? It's not that easy to pronounce where you could get messed up. I guess so although those guys. They rehearse. It's not. Don't no they bring the presenters all committed rehearse. They have a rehearsal date. They do they definitely do all these would come in and do a rehearsal. I don't see. No. I got to find out. If that's true. I've I've seen like an entertainment tonight where they show parts of it where people come in early. And then in the in the crowd, they have giant posters of everybody's face and names. So that, you know, who's sitting where if you want to address somebody or if you're the hosts so you could make fun of somebody because you know, they're sitting right over there. Does not coming in. I think he would John Travolta. Here's another magic moment in involving John Travolta when she meaning DNA benzel got back, John Travolta the next year the following year. Menzel got payback and pronounced John Travolta's. Name is Glenn Gonzi mo-. Yeah. That could have been funnier. He then proceeded to oddly touch her face a lot making us feel even more uncomfortable. I don't remember that track record. It's not a good one. Here's another one. I don't remember when Sean Penn made a green card joke. Oh, I do remember this. This is very awkward, Sean Penn really angered people when he when he announced the winner for best picture, and that was Birdman. That's the part that upset me. 'cause Bergman wasn't the best movie by far. It wasn't the worst movie of the year. I'd never side. Terrible. I liked it. But it wasn't fulfilling. Can I just say that couldn't stay at all? No. No hated liked it. But it was not fulfilling before he called the name. He joked who gave the son of a deep a green card referring to Mexican director? The the Mexican director who won the award people accused of being a racist and offensive. But the back story is that those guys knew each other for a long time so saying, yeah, the backstory is that they they were they've been friends for years, but how is the audience? To know that right now, the more awkward moment with Sean Penn. I don't I don't know that it's in here is when the year that Chris rock hosted. He did some joke about Jude law. Hukou. Hukou. Every movie I see has lauded who's Jude law wise, Jude law getting all the parts, right? It was just a joke. And then three hours later when Sean Penn took to the stage. He goes, I just want to let my are Oskar hosts know that Jude law is one of the most talented actors working today like totally not getting that. He was just joking. We knew who Jude law was interrupted Jimmy Kimmel does with with Matthew wood Matt Damon maintain it was the same kind of thing. We all knew who was if the teachers at Sean, thanks anyway. He just wanted to be sure I thought it was an apology because someone said you'd better apologize to him. Oh, maybe I took a lists. No. There's a bunch now because I was going to say to me one of the betas ones is, you know, announcing that LA La Land one when they didn't. That's the worst. Two years ago. Yeah. I mean, I surprised that's not on the list. I'm going through the rest of Kim. It is not on the list. That's shock. And that's that's probably the most embarrassing. Yeah. Right. But Jimmy Kimmel's credit he kind of handled it amazingly. Well, one of the best persons to have handled that right? And also when Jimmy Kimmel got the, you know tourists that the guy was I. Chicago was great backwards that kind of backfire, right, right? Right. Right. All right. We'll take a quick break. Kim. Thank you for hanging out. Thanks, kim. All right. Those are Sunday GoToMeeting music. Meeting is held on a Sunday. I can't go to a meeting on a Sunday. Go to meeting play the blues brothers go to the meeting. I always think of the blues brother's every day when I'm on lower Wacker, but my sunglasses on. He doesn't like that movie too. Let's start there. I don't know what each zone with. That's what Mace's crazy world will get mad at you. That's one of the things that if you admit to people they get mad at you. Liking it. I could see people going. Saying. Like it. I've seen it a bunch of times. I don't know. Why? I don't like it. I love it. I'm not gonna blow you any stuff. Thank you for that. Leave us alone. Please leave me alone. I'm like, Greta Garbo, Wendy. I want to be alone. Stay still to German accent on Randy then. All right. Hey, thanks for listening. That's the bottom line here. Thank you so much for listening. We're thrilled that you're part of today's presentation and hope that you'll join us again on Monday by Wendy Bill. Player back with you on seven twenty WGN. So as a kid Chicago's very own. Gary Sinise was more interested in.
"balestra" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Member? They were here at the garden few weeks ago from the UK. No. There are an American on American American band. Yes. Yes. You're you're you're liking it. The problem was we eliminated from Spotify list. Could you play only the best part? That was that was machine head that you eliminated. I still am calling you out for that. I played another. There was another disturbed song that I played that. You liked the song sounds exactly that's what it sounds like the entire? We'll give you the benefit of the doubt. Because today, you're a blonde. So you're little Fritschi and ditching Christian host Joe will play the whole song. And then I'll make a judgment edge the weather. It makes my Spotify. Heavy medalists Curtis. We did this before this was a song. You did not like I put it on. There was another -nother disturbed song that you liked and you listen to both of them full. And you had me take. See this is like when all of a sudden, you're delivering filet Mignon. And then the rest of the song is chopped meat. But it's not because that song sounds exactly like that throughout the entire song. So could we agree? This would not be the theme song for Trump's reelection. Or the thickness the potential Ron of Bernie the out the caucus, Shannon. Yeah. But it could be a good song for Medicare for all four. Joe Biden who told his followers today, conserve your energy. You may need it in a few weeks. Another teas. Yeah. He's running. But as high Tom Madison Square Garden in these great facilities provided to us in order to do this world cash all the hawk is not talking today. Up from seven o'clock this morning when it was very very cold. Thank god. Thank God has Shambhu responsible for that forty two degrees. That's not warm. I mean compared to twenty it is but hawk doesn't talk on his forty two degrees show the rules here does the hawk only around thirty two and Balestra. Now, he's flying. He's in fact, he's over there on the west side there where I think they gave six billion dollars of subsidies for the Hudson yards. He's having a little apple spritz on rooftop deck. But there is an interesting scenario develop, but everybody talks about the wall, whether the build the wall, not build the wall. That's not the primary issue on the voters minds foreign policy, almost doesn't even exist. The economy import frightening to me. Economy jobs, always important. But the number one issue as it was in the midterm elections. That allowed the Democrats to win back that house. Republicans maintained control of the Shannon is healthcare. Most Americans are concerned about healthcare impact. We will discuss your generation with the death of Luke Perry. Luke perry. All of a sudden is your realization on their part because you're what generation X? Yes. The Luke Perry death is sort of a standard bearer. I think for the mindset now of of people in generation next. Explain a little bit later on the throne, obviously, I'm a baby boomer, and I've been show many attempts. Like lucky to have an extra day, you're at your sixth or seventh life. Like a cat. I got nine lives. So I don't even focus, but I know a lot of baby boomers you too. But the reason that healthcare is so important is is people frustrating. Republicans said that ObamaCare shut, but they weren't able if they weren't able when they had the majority to take it out and replace it with their own plan. And in fact, when you often times ask Republicans, what was your plan? They had different plans there's no consensus on one plan to replace ObamaCare. What happens here is that? They both the Republicans and the Democrats throw out a cute little phrase Medicare for all. But I think the majority of Americans do not do their due diligence and really figure out. What's what's going on? Because seventy percent of Americans polled. Love the concept of Medicare for all. But they they love it with a caveat. They think that means Medicare for all, but I can keep my Medicare. Turns planned under my employer. Bernie Sanders is saying he's lying like Iraq. Obama was lying e can't keep your own doctor. You can't keep your own plan. He said he would he would ban private insurance plans that compete with government. I like the idea of maybe giving employers an incentive to get their employees to join the federal plan that seems like maybe ratcheted up. John is he is now talking about long term care, which I'm very familiar was as opposed to all the other Democrats, most of whom have jumped on board Medicare for all. He's saying. Yeah. But we have another significant problem because it's not covered by Medicare period. And that is long term care. It is generally what happens in the last two years of our lives. I saw it with my mother and father who made it into their nineties. They probably spent. Individually more money of our tax dollars on their own healthcare in the last two years because you're going back and forth to the ER intensive care. They had procedures being done to keep them alive. Okay. So currently work because we have a lot of millennials. And we have a lot of gen Xers that have started to listen to the show. Can you just clarify as it stands? Now. If we get sick at the age of seventy one we start to get sick. What what happens? What's what what is the current situation? And what is he proposed? Your doctors or your health care specialist. You're saying you need long term care is not something we we're gonna fix you up in two weeks in the hospital. And you're you're in trouble, you going into the senior citizen luncheon and your dancing, you know, until the blue bird special at night. Now, that means you need long term care, everything you own gets the pleaded stocks bonds,.
"balestra" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"But if I think the biggest reason that he had this wide call it a downturn or a lack of improvement. You can go either direction depending on how you feel about his twenty sixteen seventeen season is just that there isn't really much development there when you won't vote for that matter. Yeah. Like, he's not really showing you much more in terms of like handle his jump shot. You know, he's making maybe a heavy he's not really making morbid Rangers. He's not making more threes. He's not getting to the basket as much as getting to the line less this year's than you did two years ago more than last year Balestra was just this whole Rentis, hopefully aberration in that respect for him. So there isn't much of a reason when you watch him play to think that he is substantially better because he's bodies not better skill levels. Not better and his effort level is not better. I mean, I think he's got a little better defensively. But again, and I think the one thing that there is hope which they haven't come to as much with development of towns is getting into the post. I think he's that's where he's consistently been the most effective is group, but that's kind of been gone away from and probably rightfully so is he'll think they have better options than posting up. So yeah, I don't think that him putting the ball in his hands that much. It really works. Well, because they just been more effective. I putting it in the hands of a point guard who can actually pass an can actually get to the basket. I mean, and you know, we talked about his body. Can you think of like the highlight dunks to those those to me haven't been there nearly as much as impasse jozy that he's demanding athleticism as declined in the last couple of years, and he hasn't added strength to make up for one more here from Sean Nash, what are the best assets administered can get for trading Taj, Oliver rose all of them separately together. I think we're talking second round picks. And I mean, they can get more. Maybe if they use Taj his vessel for taking on bad money. But even then it might be hard to get a first, and they also would run into some tax issues, or at least limited flexibility in terms of using the full Michelle if they wanted to take on salary for next year. Yeah. Like, theoretically, I mean, I don't know how desperate Portland is for for somebody like, Taj Gibson. But like if you could do that and take on Meyers, Leonard money and get. I four it. Then maybe I what I would do is just solve the small small small problem later. But I don't think that offers going to be on the table. So you're thinking more in the in the second round pick range in remember rose has veto. So he can maneuver his value. Should he want to? Well, we gotta talk about the Memphis grizzlies who will be mailing in the rest of their season. Almost certainly but was damn suck. Calm. You can do a lot better job of milling stuff than the Memphis grizzlies. Will as Danny you have used him suck calm in connection with your book? Yeah. I mean, we are for our work beneficiaries of the modern economy, you know, that we do an internet Basting. So there isn't much of a need for a solution like this. So I was completely freaked out when I had my book, and I'm like oh God there. I have to get this to people, and, you know, friends and family who wanted copies who wanted.
"balestra" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Bayden, Kenneth on NewsRadio six hundred w REC and ninety two point one FM. We have Wesley hopper with us. And we're gonna say he's all about trees, everything trees, tons of education experiment experience. That's the big thing. You know, some people can do something steady something for the same amount of time west did thirty years or so, but probably since you were born. But Wes is knowledge is deep deep like tree roots. Okay. That's little corny. Love you. At least you laugh. I got my first book of insects in nineteen sixty nine. I still haven't man. Oh, a bet you see in sacks the tree bores, those gross. The internet scrape because now with the iphones. They can take picture snuck an answer the questions. Yeah. Looking at the pictures, and I don't have to drive so much. Absolutely. Yeah. Love that to you know, they'd have always said that we live in a jungle, you know, here in the mid south in the Memphis area and predominantly, you know, if you drive around look around even fly into Memphis, you'll see this, you know, this beautiful green canopy in most of this canopy that we're seeing for the most part is going to be some type of an oak tree in my opinion. And there are so many oaks on the market whereas in there, there's so many oaks being grown here. Of course in Shelby county. Are there any do's and don'ts is far as people planting oaks the type variety of oak, they'd maybe should be looking for. Are white oaks red oaks, we see a lot of willow around here pin oaks, are are do you treat them all the same with and just kind of pick them out as far as, you know, the lease structure that you'd like in the shape of the tree that you like trees or light children had to treat them all different. You got your water oaks, you got your southern radio. Sure. Your will. You know, a lot of these trees are cultivated is also is on finding the wild. You got your your pin oaks? Right. You're corker splutters. There's not same as the caucus fellows. Because there's so many subspecies out. There is a lot of weight, your speaking Latin. Okay. But little did. I know that I'm gonna have to know it. But you know, but seriously because you see so many oaks here in this city, in of course, from time to time video, you know, we see them, you know, blown down because of these small shallow root system we have around here. But also, you see a lot of people still planting oaks on if people think that oaks really slow growers where does not really the case either the they grow really fairly pretty fast. But it takes a long time to get majestic. Like, you know, that we see. Okay. Let's we mentioned planting trees, let's look at it from the way that our society and our set of Asians in our suburbs are growing, right? And they put together a tree ordinance, and they require certain types of trees should be planted. The us vines homes in kaysville, we need to plant to pin oaks and each front yard everything looks the same. We're going to be all purpose. Little perfect neighborhood. Hannah ridiculous to me. But they ended up planning all these panelists. I want us Latin gorgeous Balestra, the classic Pinot Nacho will oats that they call pin? Oaks willows have a tree at least it looks like a willow tree. Then that's where they get their nickname, the ones that are hard to rake. Yeah. People understand that when you have them. Oh, yeah. When you have a monoculture of trees, though. And then there's a disease that affects it then if they the entire set of Asian the entire neighborhood that required them to have the same tree and eat front yard. And that's an issue. That is an issue. That's happening right now in several different subdivisions. But throughout the Shelby county and van county. Wow. So you need to have a variety of different trees planted. So that in the event that that happens. It doesn't affect every single tree in the subdivision. I'm just. And when you said that Wes, David hang on just a second. Davies got a question about trees. But it made me think of when my friend one of my best friends moved into a cul de sac years ago. I think it's called cherry hollow. Well, of course, the developers put a cherry tree in the front yard of every house in this cold to say, yeah. And I'm promise you made enough. Well, talked about this before two years later, you could drive through that called a second. There was not one cherry tree left period, not not one. And I believe, you know, in this case, it was the developers had come in there and just slapped him in the ground, not realizing the cherries have to have perfect drainage in everything else. And then the sod was put down in the irrigation was put down on top of that. And and they were gone two years down the road west. They were all gone. I'm telling you. Yeah. They live in a fantasy. They want to create this perfect world. And they can't let anything actually be natural. So they've. But this year here. Yeah. It is. These plants like this is not where I'm supposed to be. Yeah. And now, we all look alike. Like what was there? A Bradford pear. Subdivision Bradford pairs there anymore, but the their seeds have been planted by the birds and stuff out in the open fields. And now, we have all these wild Chinese pairs that are growing that. You can't even drive through because the thorns. So it's so the Bradford pairs is will go back to its invasive nature keeps going going. Yeah. The tree that wouldn't stop right. Oh my goodness. So. Yes, we had to talk about. David on questions about trees. Good morning. David you're in the garden morning. Ma do Gray Davis. Good morning until you, buddy. And appreciate you getting up with us. No problem at I look. Today. Yeah. I'm bringing out the power to. He must not be cutting grass there. He's getting up cutting a little bit of a little bit of all. I'm I'm having some fun thing. I'm hoping that cutting my finger. You know, what you just can't wait to get out? Power to your like may get your gloves on nice day anything that runs on power in a weather's gas or electric strong. And they're fun to us. I'm telling you doubt about it that some about that noise. I have I have a pecan tree. I've been talking to you guys. I've never gotten obvious out here. You offered I I've been busy. I'm busy. Now. I don't know I've had some major lamps to fall which I had to actually use the same power to reciprocating coffee had it up because I don't have a Chang thaw epic. I probably too dangerous with a chain. In any case has a at the base in case, you guys got it had a debate about a hole in about three inches. Three feet or three feet up and two or three feet. Why? Now, what's interesting to me, which I'm actually fascinating that still bears every season, and as a witness, the the squirrels who I would like to have us power to. Yeah. But but they're green and may go up there and don't even wait, you know, never understood it, and so they're all on the ground. So I had to cause break, but any case how is it that a a tree that I think is dead. Even got those ads and what those black carpenter ants in there. Yeah. That is dead. Is it not dad or is it have dad or what's the story behind it? Okay. The most trees. Only rely on the outer three to four growth rings to survive. Those are the ones that do you understand what the growth rings are tissue right up under the bar yet the tissue this right up into the bar. You have you bark? You came in your flow your. Candyman than yours. I tissue. Not to be Saudi complicated, but take your finger and open it up about. About a half an inch. And all the would that a tree needs to survive the rest of that would is the compression to the tree to create what we call the support would that's the interior part of the wood. And it's non conductive, that's your solid piece of wood. If you split firewood, they can actually split it. You'll see all in you just don't recognize it as such. But so you can have a cavity west. Yes. On the interior of this tree. That's not good structurally. But it's not, but it won't necessarily killing the tree because all the water and the food nutrients are owned the outside bark of this tree being moved up just.