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"barada" Discussed on Purdue Commercial AgCast

Purdue Commercial AgCast

08:14 min | Last month

"barada" Discussed on Purdue Commercial AgCast

"Again as it relates to these france. What is the relationship of these futures contracts times early and market year are seasoning burr. Free harvest right earlier in the year. those spreads tend to be a little bit narrower. So if you look back in say a may of this year that our webinar. I think on may fourteen. The spread between the december. The july futures contract was about six cents so that july twenty two futures contract trading six cents higher than similar twenty one contract back in may and again. We've done research in this area looking at how those breads ch- change over time. And they tend to widen as you move or expiration a december contract rising towards artists essentially as what we can see that this year that is followed that patterns gone from six cents a premium between that December july interest attracts. Now we're up to about fifteen cents. In typically we see that uh spread region widest really in the fall at or near expiration of december contract. And so you know they're certainly you look at kinda average spread between those contracts. Maybe somewhere that twenty cent range. So there's a little more to be have right if you think about. What if if if. I'm one of these folks that have made some some hedges do Simple futures should. I be rolling contracts. I think we're definitely add to a level where that would be reasonable. I think there's also potentially maybe another nickel in there in terms of that winding barada point in the year really paying attention closely to those spreads again again there's a lot of affecting these markets in That could go either. Way typically expect it's wide maybe just a little bit more over the next four to six weeks you really want to stay on top of that because rally point where he picked up easily. A dime If you will ordered you would lock That spread as features. This is another example though. Of course Decent pricing in spring. Usual be looking closely at making those hedges in the new crop sutures which would be the diesel case of corn and we'll talk about slim beings but and then look for an opportunity if you want to take advantage of your storage facilities of rolling that hedge forward. This is a case in boy. Were obviously place hedges. Back in maine looks pretty. Good submissively Vice movement standpoint but also you have this opportunity to captivity proven in the spreads. So keep that in mind. Another example of how 'bout strategy has played out twenty so he took a quick look at march corn futures. in the said what's was march our furnace. Yes oh we just took a quick look at kind of maybe a strategy looking at making some sales After the first year right. There's probably some folks that are obviously makes him sales for things that they can't store here at harms. But there might be some folks that are trying to i an income into Twenty twenty two. What are the. What are the alternatives. What are the opportunities. As maybe looking at a relatively short term guinness through harvest into the first year what would not rising opportunities be so if you look at Today march twenty. Two hundred futures are a five twenty one. I went to the crop basis tool at central indiana and looked for what i expected. Basis to be Based on the historical basis levels january. Let's typically about five under and that's you know that's much weaker arts day but again i think we would all agree that expect basis and weaken here over the hardest period But if you look at the historical average five cent under would be normal in january that what is that a cash price of five dollars and sixteen cents which is Nobody reasonable price. I think by by any means Again you need help or potential storage cost. I have not account for that. Here's he needs to deduct three or four months or the storage cost depending on wind harvests would be for you But really the point is as you think about strategies here over the next three months All research has shown they're they're pretty. They're very low risk associated with storage strategies through the end of the year as you look further down the road right. There's there's a lot more that can happen but in the short run as you look over you know between now and the end of the year Storing on whether you were to take a vision of the future market we're just stored on hedge a at least a portion of the crappy store that's really not terrible strategy. You want to be paying attention. There's a lot on these markets If you wanted to store some or through the end of the year in mounting position the future market. I don't think that that would be a super strategy based on where we are with carryovers but You know again. You want to stay on top of that So i think you know when you look down. I think what thirty or thirty two years in history On average the risk of of that being a bad stretch is very low as long as you were looking at moving the corn by either december maybe early january so a lot of our viewers probably thinking milk ad made some born sales given. What's happened with prices. You're less esta will months make it in which they'd sold more but still obeys some born sales and are asking themselves you know what about their remaining the crop which should i do it Star a good bit of that It's pretty longer strategy which leads you're looking at moving neck for december january right. That's kind of recent changes in fundamentals are as you mentioned but the risk would be the yields wind up being are higher the risk would be that exports drawing up. This would be that we have been less of in the us economy and they lusted adverse number for small so there are some this factors a could make that strategy. Now turn out well but historically that's been a pretty good strategy and so mama reasonable to think again which you are l. Let's turn our attention to soybeans from it So as you look at the changes in the september's electrified estimates on last year's balanced shooting. Twenty twenty bob. The deputies sleeping. I by fifteen million bushels and that helped push secure over from the twenty twenty year into the twenty twenty one year up two hundred. Seventy five million bushels. That's equal to almost four percent of looking at the soybean crop bounce sheet twenty-one Push the yield up about six tenths of bushel. Two fifty point six portals break that have pushed production up by thirty five million. Bushels did reduce the estimated crush full one fraud that they raised exports same time so the ending stocks estimate bottom line went up to one hundred eighty five billion bushels being very of the twenty one year into the twenty twenty two year and that's equal to about a over four percent of usage so both of those numbers are hired. We're looking at earlier. You're not there on the world's side no change in the other brazil's or genus estimated production for the twenty twenty one twenty twenty two years and no change in china's projected imports from all sources. Not just less. So i'm the yield side. I mentioned that they went up to fifty point. Six bet me quotes that estimate of very close to most people's turn light estimates on. But i think the real question was will let you go up again october. The chance if you look at 'em foods in weather conditions that we saw showing up on those drought maps earlier in the program That's probably more significant with respect to possible. Impact on soybean yields and foreign yields sites typically about improvement in growing conditions. Late august is september. Evan good potential have some it back on soybean yields and i'm not sure that boiler we fully captured the impact of that improvement of boisture dishes on symbol on states. Michael you took a look at the nation state by state basis on. This report.

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"barada" Discussed on UN News

UN News

04:20 min | Last month

"barada" Discussed on UN News

"The humanitarian agency designs. Both men and women. Of course we insisted on that independence of assessment independence of need identification of need independence of delivery and then monitoring so they'll operation is independent is controlled by the humanitarian agencies involved. Mullah barada who is one of the top leaders of the move in this new administration confirmed support for all of those elements. This is essentially a description of the humanitarian space within which agencies operate. He is now turning at my request. Those oral commitments into written assurances. And we hope to have that letter from him with us on monday here in geneva just very quickly the final question on the new taliban leadership you say you were talking to them in late ninety s and now today so can you censor any change between the two well. Let me tell you what others told me. For example the representatives of the region pakistani catch up and they told me this we saw also direct. They said what the taliban leadership understand very clearly. This time round is how much they need the international community to deliver the that. We've been talking about all the people because as they say there is a very very difficult. Economic situation for the banks are closed. There's no money in the system. People are paid salaries. Local institutions are ritz. So the taliban are conscious of that as you..

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"barada" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:12 min | Last month

"barada" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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"barada" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:16 min | Last month

"barada" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"And who we serve. With humanitarian aid. These people are desperately in need, and if we don't do something about this, that's going to get worse. Half the population needs humanitarian assistance already add to that the economic collapse and a lack of governance. This country is in very, very dire straits. Do they understand that there will be conditions and principles attached to this aid? Well, I had a very long discussion with Mullah Barada and I said We need to work together. But in working together, we need to understand your, uh issues your concerns, but you really need to understand ours and I set them out very clearly what humanitarian agencies need in order to operate anywhere in the world in any country they need to operate independently. Independent assessment, independent monitoring independent delivery. In addition, I discussed with him our value and the key issue of value here, as you know, is the important the fundamental requirement of the freedom for women and girls for Movement for education. For work for their rights to be a full part of society, which is almost an absurd thing to even say he agreed. Afghanistan I know from my own long experience here has a tortured relationship with many of these issues. And it's not going to change from one day to another. I've heard good words here, but none of us believe only in the value of words Since you've spoken to senior Afghan women. They must have told you that there is already a growing chasm between the statements and what is happening on the ground When it comes to allowing the participation of women. That must be a worry. It is a worry Very, very experienced around different parts of Afghanistan. We face a movement who has suddenly gained power. We don't even have a government. We're at a very early stage on one of the senior leaders of the movement said to us today, said. Please help us to address these issues together. We need some patients. We need to learn how to do it. This is the words they used. We should be here to help them. There's a limit to patients. But there is a need for the humanitarian assistance, which is going to be the first wave of international engagement as you know with Afghanistan, and we need to get that right. This is turned into one of the world's biggest humanitarian crisis that the appeal is less than 50% funded. Many governments are saying they're going to wait until they see what kind of order this new Islamic emirate is. Could that mean you won't get the funds in time. Afghanistan is going through economic shocks, and it has dire humanitarian need arising out of conflict, but also out of drought. A new government which is not formed. Economic stress and dire humanitarian needs and a half of the Children under five in this country suffer from severe malnutrition. We're going to urge generosity from donors. But we're going to do it on the basis of the regime of monitoring and of of of of working together with the Taliban to make it work in a way that donors will want to respect, But you make clear there's red lines that humanity is we don't do humanity, red lines in humanitarian issues we do we talk about principles. We talk about objectives. We talk about assistance Well, that's un.

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"barada" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"barada" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Print the poster than did then she had screen time. Bastard yeah no. that's that's a great one. See if somebody came to me like asking about the movie and they didn't know what to expect. I would just tell them. Don't watch it if not not because it's bad. You know what. I mean like no because it is what it is and. I don't think that if you're not ready like if you don't know what you're about to get into if you don't then you're not going to enjoy it again. No that's absolutely fair. Yeah even more than virata because barada. What's cool about veronica. is that like. There's a lot going on in that movie. And if you're not digging it then like thirty minutes every thirty minutes they change it up on you. You're not sure and the premises in veronica are so outlandish you know what i mean like the woman who has is for nipples. You know what i mean like. We've seen vampires in the west before as much as danza seems to think we haven't you know what i mean so that could be very dull right out of the geico but at least in barada shitting there that you're just like if you're totally a novice two years like you know. Yeah but no death. Writers is so funny because it's like he obviously figured out what he wants to do as a as a filmmaker and as much as i love him. I mean i maybe got one more of these in me. You know what i mean. Say that you say that. But i feel like you'll keep watching. We'll of course. I'm nothing i if if not a liar but like i i'll give him the benefit of the doubt one more time with one of these. What would be so those at the next movie comes out. It's just like this ethically well made movie like it. You know what i mean like. We're talking like like early score. Says he like era like mean streets level..

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"barada" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

The Workr Beeing Podcast

05:11 min | 5 months ago

"barada" Discussed on The Workr Beeing Podcast

"Yes it has like definitely it has raw fish. But i don't think that's like a street sushi menu but like anything that has to do with raw fish. I'm just like so happy so which. Oh yeah over the weekend. I don't know why. I'm like putting this on the podcast by for anyone else. Who likes raw fish. Maybe you would enjoy this Over the weekend. I got this amazing italian. It's not gonna sound good but it was an italian place but they had a salmon kudo she needs. I and it was salmon with this like red pepper sauce and roasted red peppers and Like a few other like artichokes and like other like marinated vegetables. And i was not expecting to love it so much and i grew obsessed with it and alec. I must eat this again. I've had some italian kudos before and they're really good. I had one tuna and it had barada and it was almost like a capri say with raw tune. It was ridiculous awesome. Yeah i was really surprised. And maybe this will not sound like wild to other people that don't live in like stupid places like we live like dc but it was twelve dollars row..

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"barada" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"barada" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"I know aren't we supposed to never talk about them? It's not going to happen. But I'm still annoyed about the fact that technically if you do watch the original The Day the Earth Stood Still the bitch says it wrong. So she's lucky Gort didn't blow a hole through her fucking head because she says Claude Barada nikto and like that's not how clot to explains it to her at all. So the moral of the story is pronunciation matters, I guess. Yeah. I'm a good story Mindy. Thanks other Mindy. It was an Archer joke. Anyway, next question something on okay. Well mini got the point for that one. Thank you guys, and we had a fun time doing some research. So the next question is to Sharon in The Conjuring what game do the kids like to play? They like to play God. I don't remember the name of it. But just the if I describe it do I get the point? Maybe it's it's basically the game where one person high school and you get three claps. You could ask more they're at and they have to clap and you have your your eyes closed and you try and find them based on where you hear the clicking sound coming from and if you were a kid, what would you call that game? Collapsed Mindy don't say probably just call it clap. Is there another name that you could possibly call that? I mean hide and seek but with clapping so what would you call that game? If you were a kid clap? Yes god, dammit Spencer off. She already knew it. I know she did but you accept when when we were kids Mindy and I just like the clap now, we just had the class that we would oh, sorry kidding kidding. No, we made a a game. It was like hide-and-seek, but we called it Jason and we would go outside and you could you played it only outside at night at Sharon's house because her backyard we get hop the fence into this huge yard where there was this old folks home, which that's just scary and of itself..

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"barada" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"barada" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Agree with me, even though I was kind of vague about it, but I was like he gets the alien guy put them in the thing and then he gets better and eat you've obviously dead. Movie a lot. And you knew what you were talking about also directed by Robert Wise who also directed The Haunting in nineteen sixty-three. All right. Stop. I know aren't we supposed to never talk about them? It's not going to happen. But I'm still annoyed about the fact that technically if you do watch the original The Day the Earth Stood Still the bitch says it wrong. So she's lucky Gort didn't blow a hole through her fucking head because she says Claude Barada nikto and like that's not how clot to explains it to her at all. So the moral of the story is pronunciation matters, I guess. Yeah. I'm a good story Mindy. Thanks other Mindy. It was an Archer joke. Anyway, next question something on okay. Well mini got the point for that one. Thank you guys, and we had a fun time doing some research. So the next question is to Sharon in The Conjuring what game do the kids like to play? They like to play God. I don't remember the name of it. But just the if I describe it do I get the point? Maybe it's it's basically the game where one person high school and you get three claps. You could ask more they're at and they have to clap and you have your your eyes closed and you try and find them based on where you hear the clicking sound coming from and if you were a kid, what would you call that game? Collapsed Mindy don't say probably just call it clap. Is there another name that you could possibly call that? I mean hide and seek but with clapping so what would you call that game? If you were a kid clap? Yes god, dammit Spencer off. She already knew it. I know she did but you accept when when we were kids Mindy and I just like the clap now, we just had the class that we would oh, sorry kidding kidding kidding. No, we made a a game. It was like hide-and-seek, but we called it Jason and we would go outside and you could you played it only outside at night at Sharon's house because her backyard we get hop the fence into this huge yard where there was this old folks home, which that's just scary and of itself..

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"barada" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"barada" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"I don't remember his name but but made aliens as to her as he gets taken away by the government. Like if anything happens to me tell Court this and he says Klaatu Barada nikto to but when she sees him she says Gort Klaatu Barada nikto, which always pissed me off cuz I was like, she probably gave him the wrong command all in my head. Anyway, he can suck at that point picks her up goes into the ship takes her to the ship and goes on lockdown but then shortly after is when I think that's when the shutdown happens. Well, that's what this is enabled you to shut down the robot Gort. I mean the whole thing so our maybe yeah, I'm pretty sure though that he picks her up and takes her in the ship but I might be thinking of a different part. I don't know. think I'm going to say you've got no point wage, but either of you know, the other thing that that phrase enables you to do. Well, okay, so I've never seen the data vs. So so so I was like, why is she dead? In the line that they read from the Necronomicon and evil dead. That's like what does robots in the evil and Evil Dead? I forgot about that completely. Yeah, that's what they that's what it says in the Necronomicon to rise the dead monkey Sam Raimi. That's genius. I never I totally didn't think about it. I know I've never thought about that. That's genius. So Sharon. Do you have more space? Is that what you're saying? I mean it awake God damn it. It's been a while since I've seen dead awakes the dead and brings them into the fucking real world. I mean, okay, I counter okay. That's when Claude you is cuz he dies sort of at one point. And then who are you talking about Claude to is the in phrase are you talking about too is the alien. Oh, so I am They do the military takes them and then he got he gets shot..

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"barada" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"barada" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"Like if anything happens to me tell Court this and he says Klaatu Barada nikto to but when she sees him she says Gort Klaatu Barada nikto, which always pissed me off cuz I was like, she probably gave him the wrong command all in my head. Anyway, he can suck at that point picks her up goes into the ship takes her to the ship and the ship goes on lockdown but then shortly after is when I think that's when the shutdown happens. Well, that's what this is enabled you to shut down the robot Gort. I mean the whole thing so our maybe yeah, I'm pretty sure though that he picks her up and takes her in the ship but I might be thinking of a different part. I don't know. I think I'm going to say you've got no point wage, but either of you know, the other thing that that phrase enables you to do. Well, okay, so I've never seen the data vs. So so so I was like, why is she dead? In the line that they read from the Necronomicon and evil dead. That's like what does robots in the evil and Evil Dead? I forgot about that completely. Yeah, that's what they that's what it says in the Necronomicon to rise the dead monkey Sam Raimi. That's genius. I never I totally didn't think about it. I know I've never thought about that. That's genius. So Sharon. Do you have more space? Is that what you're saying? I mean it awake God damn it. It's been a while since I've seen dead awakes the dead and brings them into the fucking real world. I mean, okay, I counter okay. That's when Claude you is cuz he dies sort of at one point. And then who are you talking about Claude to is the in the phrase are you talking about too is the alien. Oh, so I am They do the military takes them and then he got he gets shot. They shoot him cuz we're Americans and suck fat and so he Gort heals them goes gets them and put them in the ship and puts him in this pod..

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"barada" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"barada" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Arizona's news station. TR News 92 3 FM, The Gato and Chat show to Till six last night the NFL kicked off their season's already been really weird. We see what's going on with other sports that got the bubble in the MBA. Uh, the NHL's in their bubble. MLS started and then the next week they stopped and they did their little tournament in the bubble, and now they're back playing. Ah, and then, of course, the NFL which we were all waiting for. Kicked off. Finally. In between All of that we've had Cove it And of course, we've had the Social justice movement going on black lives matter last night, the NFL had their chance because all the other leagues have had they They've been in the midst of it all. Where the NFL we haven't even having preseason games, And as we're talking of its Barada last hour, everything's kind of an unknown and this was the chance last night and, Ah, it was. It was interesting to say the least. So the Texans didn't come out so they could black anthem and they have the national anthem. The Texans didn't come out. At first, and at first, I thought, well. Would they do that anyways? In a normal situation? Because it's the home game for the Super Bowl champs? They're gonna unveil their banner. You know, sometimes you just get them there. You give them their their their did pumpin circum? Yeah. Department because they are the champ. Yeah, so, but it didn't seem to be that way. Then they came out. There was a moment of unity where they all came in. And then there was this..

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"barada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"barada" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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Patrick Mouratoglou on Ultimate Tennis Showdown

Beyond The Baseline

05:40 min | 1 year ago

Patrick Mouratoglou on Ultimate Tennis Showdown

"Everyone John Wartime here this week. Sports illustrated tennis podcast. Our guest is Patrick Barada. Blue is a tennis entrepreneur healed. And Namesake Academy you probably know him best as coach up Serena Williams and Coco Golf he a commentator. He's also the commissioner of the UPS. WHAT DOES UPS? Is the ultimate tennis showdown, which is What are these unsanctioned events occurring during covid? This event is happening June thirteenth through July twelfth at the more Talk Academy on the French Riviera. Players include deficits poss-. Matteo Bertini David Gafa been pair Richard Gasquet so This is another one of these events that's going on while there are new tour events, so we talk with Patrick ups, but also a bit about tennis in twenty twenty. He made some news this week when he talked about. How tennis needs an overhaul. How the? The audience is getting older and we talk about some of the possibilities in plans there. He was We recorded this full disclosure on Wednesday day before apparently, there was a press conference. He was a little bit coy about revealing the specifics of ups, but it does sound like he's going to unveil some of these innovations that that he talked about an in baked herbs so This is a good conversation we agree on some things disagree on others, but think you'll enjoy the next half hour so. So. Here's here's Patrick. Where are you? How are you? Might I get him in south France and I'm good. I'm very busy because we use that. down periods to. Be as creative as possible. Let's talk about that. You also you. You look like you got a haircut. Did yesterday. You have a good eye. Eric Good. You're the lucky ones. So you have. A big week ahead of you. We were talking actually on tennis channel just an hour ago about about. UTSA and some of the players that are going to be in the field. What what's the objectives I mean? It's the players need to play in. Events need to happen. What why do this? I do this because I feel that tennis needs to reinvent itself I know when I said it sounds a bit too much, but I explain explain why. The tennis founded getting older. The Fan base is getting older nothing against people that at a certain point, any fan base has to be renewed. If it's not renewed. People are getting older and older. At some point. It's not gonNa work anymore and when you're busy. Sixty one years old and get one year older every year. You have to start to worry and try to find solutions, so I tried to understand why we were in this situation. I realized that I level. People feel that it was better before that's. That's what I hear every day, and you probably hear the same by the way people tell me this everyday simple. Better before okay, so I ask why because we had better personalities before hand I think I think that it's not true I think we have great personalities in tennis but I think they don't dare anymore expressing their emotions and expressing who they are, it's It's It's all about being politically correct all the time, so it's not very fun for the for new fans, not very appealing. And we get real lot of diversity diverse, still game styles university with the young players, very young women being in Grand Slam finals that we don't have anymore because of rules, all this is because the rules that have been been put in place rules to prevent young players to reach the final grand slams rules. Due To intentional or not, but we destroyed and get rid of the servant players for example he says because of rules also I mean. The uniformization of the surfaces and the code of conduct which is rules also that get rid of the diversity of this person is is on court. And the percents very polished now. And I think it affects the show. The Game of tennis is incredible show of tennis I think is. Very old fashioned. and. Goal is to bring the best from the best. And also to be more modern in the way to showcase is taking into consideration how people consume videos and sports and anything actually today. The the American cliche is that there's a lot to unpack there To! What extent are you differentiating between? When when the ball is in play in when it's not because I'm looking out there and I'm seeing. I saw a sixteen year old that I will call her a girl, and not a woman I saw sixteen year old girl. Addressing a crowd about an issue having nothing to do with tennis and I see a thirty nine year old. Man is is going to get knee surgery, but continue playing in twenty twenty one and I see a much more racially diverse and nationally diverse sport than than I did twenty years ago. I push back on some of that, but I I think your your point when the balls in play. I think is a much different situation. I mean when when do you think we lost? When did we lose these fans? I think so first of all I think the game is extremely slow. I think tennis matches a marathon. You have to sit down and have a almost for the next three hours if not more. And to ask fifteen or twenty or even twenty five or thirty years old good, this is not going to happen. So! That's a big problem.

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Why Front's Series C matters

Equity

09:11 min | 1 year ago

Why Front's Series C matters

"I'm Alex Wilhelm and once again I have have denny Crichton with me Danny how are you doing. I'm doing awesome. That is that's enthusiasm. You are back in New York. I'm in Providence and I have to say I've I've had enough of this shit. I want some summer but the good news is despite the terrible weather and the time of the year. There is a gazillion things to get to. So I'm going to skip the usual faffing about and jump bright in. I'm going to start the show with front which I need you to explain to me why this particular funding round was such a big deal. Right you'RE GONNA kick off the entire show that so start with why. Hi the Health Care Front. Raise fifty nine million dollars in series C and Here's here's the deal. They didn't have a lead. They had no investors. There no lead V. V. C. WE KNOW Vision Fund. No no sequoia. Although Sequeira did the series B. on they actually lead with a couple of really prominent be to be CEO and founder so lasting Cassia and founder Mike Cannon Brookes octa CEO and Co founder Frederick Harassed Multiplex Co founder and CEO. Ryan Smith Zoom CEO. Eric Yuen. What's interesting here here is is? We're getting to these late. Stage growth rounds at a time when there's more growth money than ever and basically said now we're good we're just gonNA take from really prominent angels. Who all of that exited you know? Kind of startups and. So what's interesting here is twofold one is one the dynamic. VC industry which we can talk about more but to actually kind of the strategy here of front is a B. Two B. Product Arctic. Selling to other kind of B2B startups and so by taking this money from other kind of B. Two B. Sales centered Start founders and see IOS. They're really kind of like buying. I'm from their own customers so to speak right synchronicity. That's connecting the two together. So the fifty nine million dollar round had no lead. VC there was no like Kleiner liner coming in here right in the big check. I'm curious do you think that the disease that previously invested got pro rata in this round or do think it was all just money from these I guess executives turned angels. I think they've got Harada me. I don't think it was in the press. Release that they did but I am sure they did. I'm also not entirely clear that these folks took the entire round. I mean there could have been nate. Twenty or twenty five million dollars slug from around that was announced yama funding from a farm that was announced But nonetheless like the fact that it was positioned this way If you imagine in ten years ago this sort of round first of all wouldn't exist but this ground where we would said Oh a bunch of angels came in late stage. It'd be like well. This company must be doing terribly wrong Novi. ABC was willing to lead the round. Things have changed so much. That founder can literally say God. We got a couple of individuals around at the party. At the craps table they put in fifty nine million bucks. We're going wow unbelievable. They said no to everyone. It's amazing change in time. It is but also I'm kind of embarrassed by the number of people I know on this list. Like I know Frederick a little bit I know Ryan a little but I know Eric a little bit. I think I've met J. I mean I think I need to change industry industries because the the same eight people keep coming up. That's embarrassing to me. I need any new friends. Let's talk about what the company does front is be messaging kind of calms thing. It looks like email works for teams. I'm assuming this is kind of product aimed at customer support customer success kind of groups. Yes affront fronts. Innovation was really for a lot of top companies they have an email like support at techcrunch dot com or press at at Google Dot Com. Which is actually how we reach out to right? And so when that goes into Press Google Dot com on that actually gets centered and moved around the the thousands of people who are in Google Google to figure out how to respond to it. So if he's coming from an ad tech crunch email address like from us he goes to our tech crunch contact if it goes to APEC Asia. Pacific it'll go to someone who's live overnight overnight overseas and so basically thousands of people are accessing the same email inbox and so. Have you ever tried to do your own inbox with g million. No it's basically impossible with one goddamn person on the box. Now you had an hundreds of people all of whom are interacting with the same emails etc and suddenly. It's just a complete mess front. Took that and said Hey. What have we built in box from? Scratch zooming that. There are thousands of people or hundreds of people reading the same tickets reading the same emails. And how can we respond to it. Really really effectively. Huge problem tons of companies have it. They've been super successful. It's only a couple years old and what's interesting is actually the the founders are French It actually has a large Parisian office one founder Laurent Had A decade and enterprise. And then WHO's also female be to be founder of rare breed unfortunately in the industry who CEO up and she. She kind of came out of her master's disagree in two thousand twelve and dived into this and front. So it's a five year. Old Company raised one hundred thirty eight almost one hundred forty million bucks. An insane amount of money ended the speed was raise capitals crazy because their series of ten million was back in May of two thousand sixteen. Then Bam sixty six million early eighteen and then two years later fifty nine million so really. It's pretty frontloaded or backloaded. I'm sorry to kind of where we are in time now. I'm curious to see how much more capital they'll need to scale this to IPO. It's already kind of there. But certainly a lot of star power a lot of customers on this new investment and. I'm kind of curious that this is a trend that will see a flex from companies. That were so hot. We don't even need venture capital all the real stars of our industry the money in It's certainly a new way to approach it absolutely. I think one of the key lessons here at least for me was a company that really figured out product market fit super early on You know if you look at it was founded Five years ago it took two years to build out so uncork. Capital is sort of a firm that argues it focuses on product market fit. They raised three point. One million seed in October two thousand fourteen and then once they sort of got this product market fit. And it's sort of obvious today but looking back in time the idea that there d the SASS product to fix this team oriented email. inbox was sort of not a concept of. Now it's just scaling right it's all sales scaling And so we're seeing the rounds. Get faster and faster. Because they're repeated you you know the sales are repeating assuming the growth is repeating internally. The numbers look great. It's sort of classic SAS business I expect us to see as one hundred millionaire our club as you call it hopefully in the next year or two that there hasn't been announcement around the revenues but I expect it to constitute here about their W. two and a half year over year now has a pretty quickly quickly there probably. I Dunno just guessing. You're twenty thirty million era or somewhere in there and they'll be largest soon enough. Let's talk about the couple world through a different Lens. Though you have been looking at Tau really large funds cutting smaller and smaller Jackson. We're talking about funds at have billions in assets under management writing five seven million dollar checks which seems to make no oh sense. According to the old model of larger funds larger textile works otherwise. They can't really disburse the capital. But that's changing and I want you to tell you why because to fascinating fascinating kind of like nuance about today's venture capital market. Absolutely free front is a great example of this right. So here's a fifty nine million dollar check that no growth stage investor mister. WHO has a billion dollars ready to deploy was able to invest it and so we're seeing once again The largest funds billions of dollars. We had we talked about last week. Show I think we had twenty-one fundraisers that were over five hundred million last year. It was ninety one somewhere in that category so a ton of money deployed and so the idea that you would do early. Stage investments is nuts. Because you can't deploy million dollars a thousand times a year and so the challenges is like. Why are people doing this when I started asking if he sees the answer was well once the the cap tables in the series B and D are out there? They're locked it in a sequeira already in the a benchmarks already in the a founders fund the and they have the capital to deploy in the B A C D E F g all the way through the Sesame Street Alphabet All the way through and so by the time you get to the D. you have no access or in the case of front. No one had access suicide. Basically you have to lock in earlier in earlier and so even if you're the Softbank Vision Fund you WanNa throw four hundred million dollars in series d you have to be in the seed or the series. He's A to start to lock in that Barada to start locking in those early ownership rights. It just gives you more ball control later on because other people are going to kind of knock you out of the way to get around in place and so there's sort of this paradox. Where we're seeing? You know the the largest latest stage funds doing the smallest early stage rows and so that that was a really interesting dynamic that we haven't seen before yeah and the one thing to keep in mind that when I was learning about the BBC World you know maybe a decade ago. Now I was always told that if you couldn't find a new lead investor for the proximate round the next one. It was a very bad signal because it would imply that no one else in the market one to lead your Siri seafood areas to be and having Europe preceding investors. That were leads lead. Your next around was a very bad thing. Now it's entirely flipped on its head because capital is sufficiently unscarred so ample so much flowing around the people want to stay in a company. Preempt preempt that next round they want to lead be and then the as much of the capital to work as they can on a winner to ensure that they can return enough capital to make their large fund contractive enough to raise a second one. So it's a facet of there. Being too much money in the market is certainly a change. Compared to how things used to work it's actually an inversion but it just goes to show how in twenty twenty the way the world works certainly is at least in my experience new. I'm maybe it was like this back in the late. Ninety something but certainly it feels like a new chapter and I presume zoom. Welcome back to what used to be normal when there's less capital around but I don't see that happening for the next eighteen twenty four thirty six months so this this is the way it's going to be Danny presented for the next while.

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"barada" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"barada" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm your host Ronnie Deutsche and the surface sky high when Dr Tony verandah is with us, and I just need to brag about him for a moment. Dr Barada is a health and wellness doctor here in the Sacramento region, and he's like a magician. He makes you feel better. Good morning. Dr Barada welcome to the show. Great to be here. You are a champion for helping your clients on two fronts dealing with neuropathy, and of course, weight loss. So my first question for you is obvious. When should we call our doctors? We're all guilty of waiting until something hurts, but you know, when something hurts usually that that's typically the last sign, so whether you're dealing with a tornado C L. Or neuropathy or even weight loss. I mean, let's face it. I mean, people, you know, people who are overweight, they wait until what they're overweight till to seek care. You know? I mean, typically, you know, the average person who's got a regular size build is not going to be in tune to weight loss, you know, opposed to you know, that obese person same thing with neuropathy, you know, the symptoms get so severe. But you know, I I can't tell you how many patients over the years waited and waited until they're in excruciating pain by that time, you know, they have you know, almost complete sensory loss. And and the same goes with back pain, you know, just so many people deal with back pain. It's usually waiting until these symptoms appear. So yeah, answer that question at the tough one because we were all guilty of it. But just want to make sure that we get into our doctor regularly and get checkups and.

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"barada" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"barada" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Surface sky, high when Dr Tony Virata is with us, and I just need to brag about him for a moment. Dr Baretta is a health and wellness doctor here in the Sacramento region, and he's like a magician. He makes you feel better. Good morning. Dr Baretta welcome to the show great to be here. Now, Dr Barada, I know that you've been on the show for a long time but pitcher take a couple seconds to tell everyone who you are what you do. And what makes you such a rockstar as it relates to helping your patients? Well, yeah. Absolutely owner of Barada holistic center here in Carmichael, California, basically offered just a variety of symptoms including chiropractic, acupuncture, massage therapy, meditation classes, we do Ray key. And we also have launched our neuropathy program. And. This is what's really getting people excited here at all because we're seeing miracles everyday here. And what makes you so unique doctor Barada you've got clients coming in there, and they are complaining about peripheral neuropathy, myself included. I had surgery I've got numbness. Can you talk about? What is peripheral neuropathy, and what are the symptoms? Basically neuropathy is nerve damage to the periphery of the body meeting like to the hands to the feet, so the most common symptoms that you're going to be experiencing our numbness burning or freezing sensations throbbing trickling shooting or even electric sensation. So when that nervous system gets affected gets damaged for whatever reason and diabetes is probably the number one cause of peripheral neuropathy. There's no fun. And I we have patients coming in like I said every day for these types of symptoms, and we're.

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Rare black leopard caught on camera for first time in 100 years

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Rare black leopard caught on camera for first time in 100 years

"Way. So the San Diego zoo confirmed a rare black leopard sometimes called Black Panther was spotted by remote camera setup as a larger study into the populations of the creatures of Kenya. So a British wildlife photographer a guy named Barada Lucas released. Some unbelievable images with a pretty close view of a black leopard. And you don't you hear about the black leopards, but they can't find them. You'd never see them. There have been people that have said there's been a sighting or two, but there's no photographs and you have to go like one hundred years they say from the last time they've seen any kind of a photograph of a Black

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"barada" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"barada" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sacrimento? The time is eleven PM. Coming up on our continuing coverage from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. We're talking about the capabilities of the Uman brain how do surgeons become surgeons, and how do they learn new medical technologies pediatric orthopedic surgeon? Dr Justin Barada co-founded Oso VR to help surgeons do it better while another MD, Dr Daniel Chao founded Hilo neuroscience to improve any activity requiring repetitive motion trading from athletes to musicians to people recovering from strokes. And even surgeons all this and more coming up on this week's technician. Take five with more regard. This is five minutes. Well, my friends on the east coast and the mid west are up to their eyeballs in snow and ice out here in sunny, California. There's a new saying when the sun comes out so do the wheels. We have stand up electric scooters full on electric bikes old-fashioned bicycles with new fashioned bike sharing both traditional.

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"barada" Discussed on FT Alphachat

FT Alphachat

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"barada" Discussed on FT Alphachat

"Capital gain, you owe taxes on it this year, but put that game in a qualified opportunity fund, and you don't pay those taxes than leave it there for ten years in gross tax free the entire time. The hedge fund guys this was exciting. And they were looking for clients and Silicon Valley places where people hold a lot of stock often in a single company diversify your investment at a your unicorn don't pay taxes. It is a really good deal all of this money, then goes to investments things like apartment complexes and warehouses that are located in list of areas with low incomes their chosen by the governor of each state in there called opportunities owns here's Cory Booker. He's a Senator from New Jersey, he's a democrat. And he's also one of the people who made sure this tax break became law listened to. How he sums it up Kim, and I were able to get a lot of the parked capital back invested into areas that are the best emerging markets on the planet earth, which are here right here in the United States of America. That's from an interview with New Jersey public media when he says, Tim he's talking about Tim, Scott Republican Senator from South Carolina both parties are behind this idea. But the language he uses it comes from finance when investors talk about emerging markets. They're talking about risky places with bad institutions that offer high returns places like Brazil, India, China the phrase emerging market is a coded challenge to the pros. It says if you're a risk taker take this risk now around the same time, I was talking to these hedge funders I was reading a book called the color of money. It's by Marissa Barada raunchy is a law professor at the university of Georgia. The book is about the history of black banks in America trying to provide capital two families in black neighborhoods. And I thought reading the book we have done this before. Here's Barada Ron they used to be called black ghetto. These were enforced by we'll sort of violence, and then law, and then, you know, law backed by violence, I'm so the properly ghettos, but then becoming a black neighborhoods and now they're opportunities zones. This is alpha check project from the financial times the road center for international economics finance Brown.

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"barada" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"barada" Discussed on The Big 98

"Lift Uber for a long time. Why they kick you out too many bad reviews. What were these reviews? So it was like this guy's car smells. Get in our house. You wanna tour Thomas Rhett? It was the doors fault. So how does that happen? Does. He call you and go, hey, man, you're on tour. Yeah. Especially you know, we always have kind of our bucket. Lists tours want to be a part of an and earlier last year. I'll be asked about for ages TR was at the top of my list for this coming year and right after and I don't have anything to do with the Barada after Mussina may performance at the stadium fast. We got a call that they're interested. So. You know, we've been kind of massaging it for awhile. But finally got denouncing bands can be fun. The first time he skipped class to come. Meet me for lunch. I was writing with with red is that he skipped class like you guys are kids then. Yeah, he was in college. And I just got a record don't start writing. And I was right with rat. And he's like, hey, my son's gonna come us for lunch. And that was TR we so whenever you know, whenever he asked me, and we got us talking about how fun this year is going to be. We were talking about that, man. Feels like yesterday. You know, he was skipping class to hang out and eat lunch and rats on the tour too. Which is funny. Talks going mentioned that TR. He's going to feel like he's going to quit the tour. He's gonna get annoyed. Yeah. The touring tough. If you're not used to talk about I think everybody thinks touring is this real glamorous, you go and just you're in meat coats, the whole time drinking champ. It's kind of a you're in a bus. You got to be you have to be groomed for well. I mean, you have to be in shape for it. You know, it's tough on your mind and your body and rep being a songwriter. He likes to sleep Endel late in the afternoon. And you know, so I don't know. How he does. I think he's going to regret doing it. But at least it's on. So he's got his skis to keep going. What song of yours? Do people seem the loudest when you play? Gosh one song. This is the song that I know that most of the time the crowd is gonna be the most high for. At the end of the tour with coal. It was good girl. There's something about a new song the radio think people. Discover and are really hype about twelve boys obviously, kind of the global across the board the small town. Boy. Yeah. I think much of two thousand eighteen smalltown boy was allowed to staying song..

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LAPD officer charged with murder in DUI crash that killed family

The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips

02:04 min | 3 years ago

LAPD officer charged with murder in DUI crash that killed family

"Kabc news live and local at three thirty i'm jeff whittle and north korea just announced that it is suspending its nuclear and missile tests and will shut down its nuclear test site ahead of kim jong un summit with president trump in the coming weeks own says they no longer need any nuclear tests or mid range and intercontinental ballistic rocket tests over one hundred east l a students walked out of class today on the anniversary of the columbine school shooting to call for gun reform the students from several high schools want their voices heard and not only on the street but also the voting booth over your seventeen year old katie santos torrance high school is encouraging others to preregister to vote we want to make sure that these guns are off the streets no civilian needs military grade automatic or semi automatic rifles it's just not right she says they also don't want teachers to be armed barada or more counselors and mental health treatments in east la james rowe haas kabc news los angeles police officer was arrested this morning in connection with a dui crash on the six zero five freeway in whittier last december which killed lash september actually which killed three people twenty six year old edgar produce go charged with three counts of murder three counts of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and drunk driving causing injury he was off duty at the time and he has been relieved of his duties as an lapd officer democratic party suing the trump campaign russian week wikileaks claiming they conspired to help donald trump win twenty sixteen presidential election correspondent jeff zeleny reports the dnc lawsuit alleges the trump campaign was a racket tearing enterprise going after them through an old rico statute that of course was used through organized crime cases now it's an open question if a judge will allow this to proceed and republican party officials call the dnc lawsuit amid year election year amid term election year.

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Warren vows fight as U.S. Senate begins debate on Dodd-Frank rewrite

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Warren vows fight as U.S. Senate begins debate on Dodd-Frank rewrite

"Debate in the united states senate today was spent on banking bank regulation to be specific sb twenty one fifty five often called the crepeau bill after lead sponsor idaho republican mike crepeau it is widely expected to pass with bipartisan support and there's a whole lot of changes in the thing including rolling back some of the dodd frank regulations put on big banks after the financial crisis but as marketplace's ryan kala reports one of the bigger fights is about just what makes a bank big to begin with the classic argument for changing the dodd frank rules goes late this yes big banks are systemically important to be failed and you'd regulation but doddfrank critics say did too much applying those same restrictions to smaller banks where their onerous and unnecessary rolling back gives those banks room to do business on the senate floor last week elizabeth warren disagreed the lobbyists swear up and down there fighting for small banks thanks that aren't risky and didn't cause the financial crisis giving a break progressives contend all the small bank rhetoric is simply salesmanship mersa barada ron dean at.

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