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"belski" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

03:20 min | Last week

"belski" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Thank you, Megan, Jasmine, and Bethany, for calling in and sharing what's happening in your home. Let's tie this all together with three main takeaways. One. It's okay if your child doesn't like to lose. In fact, tell your child that today. You know, it's really okay that you don't like losing. Maybe add, I don't like losing either. Together, let's both get better. At tolerating and dealing with losing, okay? We can do this if we work on it together. Two. Lead with understanding, not changing. We have to understand what's important about a behavior or what a behavior kind of does for a child before we can help a child release that behavior and move to something else. Three, share your experiences of being a sore loser. Or of cheating when you are a kid or of having the urge to cheat or of having a meltdown at a soccer game. These experiences they really help a child be open to learning the skills. They need to learn. Yes, we want to help our kids learn the skills to tolerate losing, but no one can learn skills when they're feeling alone and ashamed. And the best way to de shame any situation with the child is to be open about your experiences of something very similar. Thanks for listening to good inside. I love co creating episodes with you based on the real-life tricky situations in your family. To share what's happening in your home. You can call 6 four 6 5 9 8 two 5 four three or email a voice note to good inside podcast at Gmail dot com. There are so many more strategies and tips I want to share with you. And so many good inside parents. I want you to meet. Am beyond excited that we now have a way to connect and learn together. Head to good inside dot com to learn more about good inside membership. I promise you, it's totally game changing. And follow me on Instagram and Facebook at doctor Becky, at good inside. For a daily dose of parenting and self care ideas. Good inside with doctor Becky is produced by Beth roe and Marie Cecile Anderson. An executive produced by Erica belski and me doctor Becky. If you enjoyed this episode, please take a moment to rate and review it. Or share this episode with a friend or family member as a way to start an important conversation. Let's end by placing our hands on our hearts and reminding ourselves, even as I struggle, and even as I have a hard time on the outside, I remain good inside..

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"belski" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

03:15 min | Last month

"belski" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Thank you, Emily, Erika and Kate for calling in about this important topic. Let's tie it all together with three main takeaways. One. These three lines are truly some of my favorite lines in all of parenting. I'm so glad you're talking to me about this. You really know you feel this way, tell me more. Write those lines down, say them out loud to a mirror a few times to practice them. And see what happens when you use them in a conversation with your child. Two. Our child doesn't need our solutions to their peer problems. As much as our child needs our presence in their peer problems. Now, this doesn't mean you have to physically go and insert yourself. Your presence is the way you respond to your child's feelings when they share them. What's worse than rejection is feeling alone in rejection when you share it with another person. And remember that once our kids have our support, they are tough feelings become more manageable. Three. Think more about what your child needs to learn to say to themselves. When they feel excluded, in less about what your child needs to say to others. Or at least focus on self talk first. This is an often overlooked step, and it's critical for a child to regain their sense of value, of worth, before they're able to speak up to others. Thanks for listening to good inside. I love co creating episodes with you based on the real-life tricky situations in your family. To share what's happening in your home. You can call 6 four 6 5 9 8 two 5 four three or email a voice note to good inside podcast at Gmail dot com. There are so many more strategies and tips I want to share with you. Head to good inside dot com and sign up for a good insider. My free weekly email with scripts and strategies delivered right to your inbox. And follow me on Instagram and Facebook at doctor Becky at good inside. For a daily dose of parenting and self care ideas. Good inside with doctor Becky is produced by Beth roe and Marie Cecile Anderson. An executive produced by Erica belski and me doctor Becky. If you enjoyed this episode, please take a moment to rate and review it. Or share this episode with a friend or family member as a way to start an important conversation. Let's end by placing our hands on our hearts. And reminding ourselves, even as I struggle, and even as I have a hard time on the outside, I remain good inside..

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"belski" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"belski" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Using good accounting principles you right up to here, so they've wasted that money. You create some jobs. You buy cement feeling glass? That's fine, but I thought it sounds sustainable. They've got too much dead. Um They're the U. S. Is cutting them off from technology because they've been stealing it. So it's okay. Enough of that We started to blacklist the companies which are also you know, stealing intellectual property and feeding it right to the People's Liberation Army. So OK. They made great progress, but she is the new Emperor has something of chairman. Gee, he's the most powerful. He's gonna be around a long time is if he is, and he's the most powerful since Belski done and he's a This idea that they were going to end up like us like a democratic societies Nonsense, and he may be smarter than Matsushita. Well, yes and healthy in his way. That's right. That's exactly right. Now. You have various stupidly have pointed something out with what's going on with covert 19. Yes, Millions of people are infected. Yes, At least in the United States. 380,000 have died from this tragedy. They've died in Canada. But you point out that there's something else underlying here and that is anxiety levels are at all time. Suicides or high divorce rates are high. Civil unrest is out of control. There are disturbances and riots more than ever, and it's not just over the trump factor. Think Cove. It has affected people. Psyche. What do you think? Well, I agree completely. And the evidence is there and I have a whole chapter in my book. Chapter five. Just on that mental health aspect of this in the behavioral aspects. Yes. Talk about the virus. I talked about the lockdown and the Depression in the economy. That's all there, But there's a whole chapter on mental health and George my started writing the book. You know something? You write a book. You do research. Obviously, any research. Other books on the same topic and Learns much as you can. But when I started this, there was no book on covert. This is the first book on on the On the cover of Pandemic and the Economy. So for my research, I went back to the Spanish flu is Spanish influenza of 1918 1919, and in that 100 million people died. It was the greatest Highest fatality pandemic in the last 650 years, worse than the black death of the 14th century. Um, so that's kind of your baseline and the one strange thing about it is nobody wrote about York. Wait a second. 100 million people died more than a World war one. Why were you know great writers Hemingway, Fitzgerald this process not writing about this, And the answer is it happened during World War one. So in which 20 million people died. It was almost like it was too much to process or people were too traumatized a little bit hard to explain, but clearly it worked the behavior and that carried on for decades. Same thing today. So you're right. Suicide rates of tripled. Murder rates have doubled. Drug abuse is up. Alcohol abuse is up. Domestic violence is up. There's a depression, anxiety anger. You know you you tell someone they've gotta quarantine her standing apartment for three months, which we did last spring. We're doing it again. Now. It's like being in jail. You get all kinds of worst, maybe get all kinds of dysfunctional behaviors. So I looked at all that again. The data's there and I looked at the riots last summer. And for that matter, you could look at the ride on Capitol Hill last week. You know, I'm against all the violence. So there's no of course question about that. But you know, one of this kind of coming from the left wing progressive, another one coming from the right wing. In a way, it doesn't matter. Take the politics out of it. I say in the book, The virus is not a Republican where Democrats have I was just wants to kill you. And that's all you need to know. The virus wants to kill you. And so I connect the dots with. Um Okay, forget the politics. This behavior this anger this depression, Uh, this dysfunctional barriers built up I expect more of it. That's that's a sad thing to say. But we can't. We can't ignore the mental health aspects of this. This will carry out as they say, for for a generation, this would be around for 20 or 30 years. The book just came out. They knew a great depression where people get a gym. You can get it. Obviously, Amazon and Barnes and Noble pals online and it's so it's in the book stores, so it's out, actually, well. All over the world. So how people have had a chance to grab it and enjoy it. Why is Bitcoin going crazy? Well, that's a good one. You know, I didn't interview in December 2017 and at the time, but corn is going up about $1000 a day, so it's $1000.9000 dollars and so forth. And I said to the interview, and I don't know Bitcoin. I don't if you want to buy it in, knock yourself out. I was a kid. There was a song called a Shout, Shout, Knock yourself out, So you have people to do it. That's fine. I don't own any but that's just me. It scares me. You know what I said to the interviewer.

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"belski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"belski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm with Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer In the Bloomberg News Room. The U. S government imposed sanctions on semiconductor manufacturing international. That's according to the Financial Times. The FT, citing a U. S. Department of Commerce Letter to the company says exports to China's largest chipmaker pose quote an unacceptable risk of being diverted to military and use. S M I C told the Financial times that it's unaware of the sanctions and is looking into the situation. Ah, federal judge, meantime, as scheduled an unusual Sunday morning hearing to decide whether the U. S. Congar through with its ban on the video sharing app, Tic tac. Ben is set to begin tomorrow night at 11. 59. PM American Airlines has closed a $5.48 billion loan with the U. S Treasury, increasing its pool of cash to help fund operations until travel demand begins to return. More from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet Look. Credit facility is backed by Americans Loyalty program, and it increased from an original $4.75 billion target after companies such as Delta and Southwest opted out of the funds, and the remaining money was reallocate ID Charlie Pellets, Bloomberg Radio. Stocks shook off another bout of volatile trading and finished higher on Friday, led by gains in technology and health care companies. Brian Belski is chief investment strategist at BMO Capital Markets. Markets are volatile again, and people seem to forget that September's the most volatile month of the year, the most negative of the year and third quarters of most negative a quarter of the year. It all leads to a very positive fourth quarter. Historically, if you look at prices going back to 1945 As we've been reporting. We're waiting for President Trump to make official his pick for the Supreme Court, he said to announce it at 5 P.m.. It's widely thought that he will nominate Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the post. I'm going to have live coverage and then a one hour special on the nominee That starts at six PM Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg is Bloomberg Intelligence Amazon.

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"belski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"belski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For four U. S. States yesterday. Wisconsin, Minnesota, Oregon and Utah. Reuters reports have been over seven million positive Cove in 19 cases in the US since the first reports of the disease earlier this year more than 200,000 US deaths are being attributed to cope in 19 in the same period. The husband of California Democrat US Senator Dianne Feinstein, is named in a state audit that accuses him of improperly lobbying on behalf of a student trying to get into UC Berkeley. Wealthy financier Richard Bloom is a member of the University of California Board of Regions. The Times reports. He sent a letter to the Berkeley chancellor to express his support for an outstanding applicant in a state of emergency now exists in Los Angeles County due to the Bobcat Fire, which has burned nearly 114,000 acres in the Angeles National Forest by our commanders are concerned about moderate Santa Ana winds forecast for Monday and Tuesday. That's the latest on Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer In the Bloomberg News Room. The U. S government imposed sanctions on semiconductor manufacturing international. That's according to the Financial Times. The FT, citing a U. S. Department of Commerce Letter to the company says exports to China's largest chipmaker pose quote an unacceptable risk of being diverted to military and use. S M I C told the Financial times that it's unaware of the sanctions and is looking into the situation. Ah, federal judge, meantime, has scheduled an unusual Sunday morning hearing to decide whether the U. S. Congar through with its ban on the video sharing app, Tic tac. The band is set to begin tomorrow night at 11. 59. PM American Airlines has closed a $5.48 billion loan with the U. S Treasury, increasing its pool of cash to help fund operations until travel demand begins to return. More from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellet Look. Credit facility is backed by Americans Loyalty program, and it increased from an original $4.75 billion target after companies such as Delta and Southwest opted out of the funds, and the remaining money was reallocate ID Charlie Pelant Bloomberg Radio. Stocks shook off another bout of volatile trading and finished higher on Friday, led by gains in technology and health care companies. Brian Belski is chief investment strategist at BMO Capital Markets. Markets are volatile again, and people seem to forget that September's the most volatile month of the year, the most negative of the year and third quarters. The most negative the quarter of the year. It all leads to a very positive fourth quarter. Historically, if you look at prices going back to 1945 As we've been reporting. We're waiting for President Trump to make official his pick for the Supreme Court, he said to announce it at 5 P.m.. It's widely thought that he will nominate Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the post. We're going to have live coverage and then a one hour special on the nominee that starts at six PM Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. I'm Barry results. You're listening to masters.

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"belski" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"belski" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Two games for every moment. Absolutely. I'd liketo work it, Kenny. We're working on that joke. Okay about the game. Joe Pavelski is having Couple goals in the game. He's won 76% of his face off. Talk about Brayden point. Youngster been the best player for Tampa Bay Pavelski. Has assumed that role for Dallas. He is now eclipsed Rocket recharge. Oh, Most goals ever scored. The playoffs by a player 36 years of age or older. Credible. Really is. How had been behind his own net falls to his these slides across, cleared out by circuit. With 6 40 remaining in regulation tied it for here comes haste in the right circles trumps it off, but I shot by Pavelski was turned aside by Vasilevskiy of the lightning clear the puck out. Now, Hey, skin and shoots back in picked up by Rachael off on the left wing finds Pavelski, but it's broken up by head just before it got to the stick. Pavelski now. A lot looking to feed point stepped in front. Kept in by the Lightning break point download into the slot circuit shipped back to plot Take it away from him by Hey, Scotty. What's the puck high in the air Knocked out at Centre by McDonogh. Six minutes on the clock, third period tied at four. As Palat backhands in secret back to pick it up for Dallas after trouble with the puck Our heads the other way. Comes Qalqilya No for the redline shoots him. Amato, first Planet for the Stars. Round two, Dickinson knocked off his stick and Coleman clears to center. Lake Coleman for Ryan McDonagh Gotta sends down Karev's around behind Khudobin. George battling for it with Adele 5.5 remaining but comes out to the right circle for a shot by Rudy that was blocked. Now. Second is on the clock for Dallas around to the far side till Adele. He cleared too far for KKR model. Head back on for the lightning. 29 20 for Tampa Bay. Each team with a goal here in the third period, Lord and Pavelski. Cars and lightning tied for a piece of a bay leads the series two games to one. Chipped out, played by Sagan on the left wing backhands in toddler Sagan with a pair of assists tonight, his best game of this serious by far Now it is circuit champ. It's the Red Line flips down off the sticker moved open for Haiti out in front open down. Now The puck is set behind the net plain burgers on it now for Dallas. White bird will clear. Picked up in the Tampa Bay Zone by turn act with 4.5 remaining. Up the left side of surrogates hits the Red Line fires down Karen around pasting. It reflects the puck along for the ride. Here comes Soriano off caps, the Lightning change pulls him with a shot. Got a piece of it. Bouncing puck. Doriana off back out for election election back behind the net for Iran's defended by caloric, neurotic, close the puck around Donna on it for Tampa Bay, A couple outside for Johnson. And he will clear the zone. Pick up his election, moving down the left side Nice play by election back to the circular shot of the Save. Vasilevskiy knocks down into the ice following his attempt to Laura that shoots the puck in with 3 45 remaining What's behind the net by Klingberg. Alice moving left to right. Here's Pavelski, and across the line goes to the backhand. Old Belski in the far corner, centering pass broken up and then a shot by little Stop that another safe by Vasilevskiy on Rachael offer been close. A lot goes the puck ahead fast, Levski It's another big save Belski chasing after the Fox Rudo lives around now head man with the puck for Tampa Bay Outlet pass for coach Rupp required too far for plot stars. Move it back down! And circuit. Jeff is back on it for the lightning with 3 10 remaining. Now turn act to return for circuit shift. Durga Chew up the right wing. Out into the Dallas left Khudobin..

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"belski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"belski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm Charlie Pellet at Bloomberg World. Hank Waters on up Friday with Tech companies leading gains in the S and P 500 as the NASDAQ 100 Index jumped 2.3%. Stocks climbed as dip buyers appeared after this week's market slide, Tempering a cloudy outlook for a US stimulus package. Brian Belski is chief investment strategist that BMO Capital Markets markets are volatile again, and people seem to forget that September's the most volatile month of the year, the most negative of the year. And third quarters, the most negative the quarter of the year. It all leads to a very positive fourth quarter. Historically, if you look at prices going back to 1945. As for the economic backdrop, Evan Brown is head of multi assets strategy of cubes. Asset management. There is kind of still this, this underlying resilient but I think in the case of the economy will remain in place as long as we're taking targeted restrictions, as opposed to Severe March April style lock down and with only a few trading days left in the third quarter. What about the growth outlook? Steven Stanley is chief economist at Amherst. Pierpont Securities. I'm up around 35% Onda consistent kind of been steadily moving in that direction, but the rebound was was faster. And more vigorous than initially expected, so the numbers are definitely going to be pretty strong for Q three. With deadlines looming, the U. S. Is fighting to impose President Trump's ban on the viral video sharing APP. TIC TAC, A federal judge in Washington has scheduled a Sunday morning hearing on TIC Tac's request Toe halt the ban hours before it's set to go into effect. S and P Up. 51 up. 1.6%, the Dow Advanced 358 points off 1.3% Now stack up 241 a gain of 2.3%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick, Take power by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. Face is balance.

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"belski" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"belski" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The draw Klingberg shoots it. Pavelski metal tipped it. Well, he drew the penalty and he's going to get the goalie or stars on the board. Then they get 31. Well, you give him so many opportunities bound to happen, especially their power playing. Ben wins the draw. It goes. Gradual off just gives it to clean bird. He just shoots it deflected by Pavelski up. Right in front of the net. Berg, Klingberg and Raja Lot assist. So the stars are one for four. Now in the game of the power plant. It's a two goal game. Tough call against the lady, though in the offensive zone, Belski gets his tent in the playoffs. So now it's a two goal game. And now the final five minutes of the second period. Very big Ruda by the lightning rounds around the far side, it goes down the length of the ice, no icing. Radovan leaves it for Lendell by the Dallas now around the near boards. It's out to center ice, and here comes Dennis Carry on up to the lightning in love Circle. Arianna pulls up Marie out of holds classes feed handle by hints, right circle shots, a vasilevskiy stars of scored goals and Bunches this playoff year. A lot to make some of those comebacks that we alluded to earlier, Blake Coleman and lightning near corner suites for headman beating to get this out in L. A Johnny Garden Centre Court tops it in for 40 left in the period. It's 31 lightning. As the Lendell Launches a pass down the length of the Isis in icing, wave it off for some reason circuit and leaves it to drop..

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"belski" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"belski" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Get better than that, baby when it's from Debbie doing Thank you. Thank you, Debbie. 7 38 tell you about balance of nature. L a bounce of nature. I have. I gotta tell you, I can't make again When I tell you what's good for you are not allowed on the radio to make clinical claims. So I'm telling you How bounds of nature has affected my life in the most positive ways, because, you know, being a cancer survivor, imaginary carcinoma in my thyroid. That was a 1981 and the doctor's back Then they said one word. I never forgot antioxidants and had no idea what that was. And as Andy was in the accident, and the doctor told me Marvin Belski and rumors a doctor's name, Dr Belski, Tony goes well, the antioxidants going your body and they fight. What are free radicals in your body and the free radicals Air cold allergy fatigue virus, and but you got to put the foods vegetables in your body. That's the most important thing you could have now. As you go forward in your life, and I think I was drinking too much. I was eating the wrong food. I'd back then. I didn't know I didn't know changed my whole life that you know, people say, Jo, why did you start working out? It was because of that, because Dr Belski said, you gotta work out then. I need Dr Howard couple years ago of balance of nature, the man who came up with a brilliant concept of balance of nature, and I said, Well, what is a stock? I say I take this vitamin. I take that vitamin. And Dr Howard knows everything. He has such a holistic wellness approach to two overall, better health for you. And so Dr Howard from bouncing Nature told me don't that that's not even a vitamin This. Don't take that all vitamins or synthetics. You will eliminate them. You don't even use them. Oh, boy would bounce of nature's fruits and vegetables in the capsule form. Just what the doctor told me all those years ago. That's the balance of nature is fruits and vegetables. What's in the foods and vegetables? Antioxidants? What do they do? Fight the free radicals in your body that we all have? And then this.

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"belski" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"belski" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I hit this that stand up comedy Open Mike Night trail last year for five shows. That was a lot of rejection, but it differently hearted to be to it somewhat. It's interesting, though you talked about you know. How do you think about it in the units of of productivity, right? Whether it's story points are sales guys making calls, etcetera. But you know, one of my I guess things that looking at productivity and in some of those lights is you gotta be careful the metric you choose. Cause you can look like you're being highly productive but does doesn't really create value and I'm a big person on okay, ours. It's a big thing in our organization. You know, sitting your objectives and what is your key results? And what's that measures? The result? Be careful with your Moser. People weren't too the measurement, particularly if there's something of a bonus or ah, compensation structure behind it, right. Yeah, definitely. And look, it's for some rolls. It is a challenging thing, because in various roles, particularly those early stage, start up companies where you don't know if you're on the right track. You can put out your prototype you contest you can learn. But chances are that after 12 months, an opportunity will fall in your left, which actually takes you to a much more profitable puff right now, If you're looking at just the short term metrics, what's the revenue doing right now? Well, then you're probably going to pull the plug before you get there. Which is why you want to incorporate some form of, say, Surrogate Metric. This is something that Scott Belski over baby hands. Introduced to me on my podcast, which was What are those leading indicators that tell us that we're on the right track right on and you know, in a sales position. It could just be that people are willing Tio actually have a meeting with you, friend. That may signal appetite for your product. But you're not getting the conversions. Maybe something needs to be. Change in terms of the business model that you're offering. Well, I think you bring up a good point about the surrogate metrics. So you know, not getting so short term, but keeping that the long term objective and be willing to get off the path. And your point about people giving up too early because of the metric is a challenge.

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"belski" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"belski" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Back here in the best shape. Paul. Is the West, So I'm not big on talking about what markets do from day to day. People take it as to what it's going to do next. If I start talking about it too much. Where is the market going to go next? What area is going to do well next? What's happening? What's That's why we talk about it so much because we want a prediction about the future. You know, people fear the future. Want a prediction about the future. So I looked at past performance. Who knew what was going to happen before? It happened in the past? Because if they're that smart, then maybe we listen to them next time. And we look at their track record or historically how they've done. And then we get overloaded with information because everybody is the best. Everybody has got the right answer. Every inn or the media goes out and finds and cherry picks that one person that got the prediction right last time. And then we go with that We get happy and everything. We feel great about it. Or, of course, what happens is they mess up. And then you go. Oh, wait a minute, Maybe Maybe they weren't so good. Maybe who's the next great person that's going to figure it out and we go through the cycle over and over again. There was a There was a conversation on one of the financial channel's this week. Speaking of people that had great past performance had great insights in the past. I don't think this is interesting. Just check out what this person's saying, and I am going to just commented on on this afterward. How about the market? How you described five straight up months. People are kind of at a loss for words, because everyone's trying to figure out what would break the market momentum and a lot of professional traders really are lost for words. I spent a half an hour with Tony Dwyer yesterday and old friend of mine for 20 years. He's withdrawing his S and P 500 target. He tells me there is no president. How high the valuations Khun go with lower rates an unlimited que no precedent. I mean, these air veteran market analysts kind of like at a loss for words here. I'm Brian Belski, another old friend. For decades here reinstated he had withdrawn his 2020 Targett. He's reinstated it, he says The market's epic rally is challenging traditional forecast models that are based on earnings and interest rates. Johnstone Oppenheimer withdrew his price target recently. These air veteran market analysts who know their stuff. I've sort of had a loss for words on how to describe what exactly is going on. So this's the issue. What multiple do you put on unlimited fed support? How do you describe it? But that's what they're having trouble doing. Your men in the past three sessions were caused when the Fed essentially withdrew accommodation what you have now when the Fed is essentially said, We're not withdrawing accommodation any time in the distant future. What is the multiple? How do you aside it? You're not in any historical pattern precedent, and that's essentially what these animals Same. We're in uncharted territory right now. And in the absence of that you focus on the drivers. Drivers are unlimited, almost unlimited fed liquidity and the fact that the global economy slowly very slowly does appear to be improving. Proceed to things that everyone is focusing on. Okay, So ah, lot of stuff there. Number one start about five straight months of the market going one on earth. Well, you know, Of course. What happens is the market goes through this shock. Oh, my goodness. We're going to shut everything down. And of course, people were saying what in the very, very beginning. They were saying that this could go on for years. It could be a very, very long time You were going to be out of work. He can't come back and we're spreading this virus all over the place. And people aren't going to be able to work They're going to be laid off in an economy is going to be terrible, and it's going to take forever to come out with some kind of a vaccine that Sze just years off. You know, you look at how long it takes for vaccines to come out. You might as well forget about it. Then because historically what amount of time did it take for vaccines to come over kind of time to take for treatments to come out in the past, when we've done with these types of things, so the market was going based on whatever the best information was at the time? Well, what ended up happening was that they were a bit overly pessimistic. And things came back a much, much more rapidly and immediate was just tearing into you know how the economy was going to be affected and how the markets were going to be affected and their weird every doom and gloom scenario that they could come up with. They were pretty creative at finding ways to really scare the heck out of people. So you can understand when all of a sudden a lot of these predictions were just dead wrong. And they were way way overly pessimistic. We'll, of course, the stock market's gonna bounce back pretty rapidly when the pessimism was built in the stock prices was much worse than what ended up happening. Now they're saying there's no precedent for this. You know how how high stocks can go in the multiples they can go to And you know, it could be true. You know what he's talking about how much money is being pumped into the economy and in the Fed and how they're actually they're accommodating, in other words, keeping interest rates lower by putting more money into the economy. And why is that an issue? Well, You know, if you have Ah, lot of a combination. You could have faster economic growth. You could actually have recovery. That's much more rapid. That would be one way to look at it on the way to look at it is that you could have an inflationary impact. If you're putting too much money, and they overshoot, and they put too much money out there than the dollar drops in value and purchasing power, But companies will charge more for their things, right. So what happens is that The price is that they charge for things go up and you know, all costs go off, but eventually one ends up happening Is that earnings go up, You know, So if let's say that companies sell for a multiple of earnings. And all of a sudden those earnings aren't worth as much so both the numerator and not denominator go up. So in other words, that the numerator would be the price that the companies sell for the denominator would be the earnings that are being bought. You know if all of a sudden, and those two numbers typically stay fairly close to each other throughout history, the price compared to the earnings of the company, you know, you'll typically have a multiple. They're based on the asset category. For large US stocks. It's been 16 You know, we're smaller companies it maybe around the same. But the growth rates faster value companies may be closer to 10. Let's say so. If I pay $10 for something And I get a dollar of earnings, okay? Now, all of a sudden, it takes $2. But the ratio remains the same. It's 10 to 1 is going to be like 20 is too, too. Okay, So what happens is the stock price goes up and you could have that. You know there's no precedent for how high it could go. So to speak, or how fast you go. That could be another factor. In all of it. But you know the reality is that they're looking at the Fed coming in and saying, Hey, we don't mind having a higher inflation rate and it's okay to have a little bit more inflation because.

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"belski" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"belski" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Up and out towards the prospect More volume eastbound B Q E getting up toward the Brooklyn Bridge. Ally. You westbound at the Seaford Oyster Bay accident cleared out of the way partly cloudy today. Chance of showers throughout the day high of 77 You now know where not to go. I'm Debbie Do him with Joe Piscopo am 9 70 the answer. Oh, God. You were good. Hey, Jo, on the radio. Good morning. Good morning, a lot going on. That's beautiful. I got Mike. I gotta talk to you a second. It's a 7 40 with Jo on the radio. Until I tell you about balance of nature. Talk about building up your immune system. That's why I take balance of nature. And because I don't have enough fruits and vegetables in fruits and vegetables. I tell you this every morning and thank you for listening. By the way, it's it's you want antioxidants and yachts. I had no idea what ain't the accidents were all those years ago when my friend Dr Marvin Belski told me after they diagnosed me with cancer member told me that the major Larry carcinoma in my thyroid And he goes. Do you think I wasn't young? Well, it fights off or it kills of your muse system. It's like in fruits and it's in vegetables. Anything orange. I'm going that great. I've done that ever since. I always try Teo on again. My mom's broccoli, Rob said. That's the oath that is like penicillin. You want to kill anything you have Mom's broccoli, rob with the garlic and the broccoli, Rob. And the germs will run for the hills from your body. But sometimes you can't have all the foods and vegetables that you should put into your system. Bowels of nature is simply 100% whole food plants. Fruits and vegetables. A daily dose of bounds of nature capsules has 10 servings of 31 different fruits and vegetables 10 serving You believe that right? So if you go to balance of nature dot com, you will get free shipping from the Howard family and 35% off on any new preferred order. Abouts of nature. Also, if you'd like for no extra charge as a courtesy from Dr Howard and family You get your own health Coach. How cool is that? So you know how I am. I am such a general quote. I'm so neurotic. And I always say if your doctor do not ever give me your cell phone number because I will call you constantly with every little ache and pain that I have But I drill Dr Douglas Howard about balance of nature about vitamins about supplements. What works? What doesn't work? What's real? What's not really He told me And I had the Now you have your own health coach, just like Dr Howard. Right there at balance of nature dot com plus free shipping at 35% off. Don't forget that, please. I love you. I want you to build up your your immune system. I want you to have a better overall health and you could do it with a balance of nature. 802 4687.

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"belski" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"belski" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Asked Bio occupies a gleaming new headquarters in research Triangle, North Carolina. Zamosky walks me through one of the labs. You see the media going around and around that's human cells that are growing inside of a flask. Then he takes me to a less familiar device. It uses sound waves to break open cells and exposed the viruses inside. The company didn't have this sort of tech early on. Even so, some musky and his team were able to create an abridged version of the dystrophin Jean once moment have to fit inside their viral FedEx truck. Then they started making deliveries first in test tubes than mice than golden retrievers with the same genetic mutation Connor has. Typically they can't stand on their hind legs because they loose their quadriceps, and they usually don't get past one year of age. But dogs who got the gene therapy did much better. And one day Connor's parents saw a video of those dogs. They were able to run and jump. We saw this. We saw this with our own eyes, and we just thought Oh, gosh. If one day Connor could get a chance To get something like this. It just gave us so much Hope Small skis company lacked the resource is to bring its gene therapy to the thousands of boys with Duchenne. So in 2016 asked Bio sold its treatment to the drug company, Fizer. And by early 2018 fighter was ready to start clinical trials soon, Belski says. So was Connor current. He and its brave parents volunteered to be the first to get treated with gene therapy. As the day approached, Though, Jessica had doubts. I looked at my husband, they said, Crystal, we doing the right thing for Connor. And he said, We need to be in this together, Jess. And let's think about the alternative. And the alternative is death to Connor. The treatment with what he calls muscle juice was no big deal. For two hours. In the weeks that followed, Connor and Siminovsky got to know each other. The scientists played the piano for his young patient and showed him his garden. We talked about science and viruses. And snacks. Jessica says the gene therapy worked very quickly. Within three weeks. He was running up the stairs, and Connor says he kept improving. I can run faster. I'd stairs better, and I can walk to Goldberg's. That's a bagel shop more than two miles. I couldn't do that before. Connor's body will never replace the muscle cells he lost, and it's not clear how long his new jeans will last. But the treatment seems to work. It's now been tested on nine boys and Visor is planning a much larger study for later this year. The therapy still has flaws, though several boys, including Connor became ill temporarily after receiving the virus to ended up in the hospital. So so Malsky has been working on a fix 82 3 b. Five Scientists stands out of White board in a meeting room filled with asked bio researchers and half empty pizza boxes. We gotta solve this in my mind. This is this is the most important thing that we can do A cz usual. So Malsky has an idea. Stop sign in here. Molecular stop sign that will prevent toxic reactions to the virus. Musky tells his team to go build one. Then he ends the meeting. Okay, Finish your pizza. Stop being lazy. Since then, so Muskie's team has delivered the stop sign. Now they're testing.

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"belski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"belski" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Distinctive voice okay I was still in fed what who is it just us see none of us know Neil Young o'neill yeah okay. Sargon and you know goes along with the chart because the headline the that I use is gone too far specifically looking at the relationship between the investments in value stocks and gross stuff you know Matthew the cheapest shares relative to sales and earnings and so on as opposed to the shares of faster growing companies and it's something that Brian belski who's the chief investment strategist at BMO capital markets wrote about yesterday and his latest report and the in the care he used to kind of show what's going on is you know you've got exchange traded funds that track the S. and P. five hundred and Russell one thousand value index and their growth stock counterparts and so what he did is just look at the amount of money in those funds so total assets and just compare the two and when you run those numbers you find out who was just a couple weeks ago that the value we T. S. were trailing by more than fifty and a half billion dollars the second widest gap going back to twenty thirteen the only one was wider just you know about thirty million more in July of last year and you know what else is interesting if you look at on a percentage basis it was about twenty three percent difference and we've seen three times since room twenty thirteen that right you've seen a bomb out you know that the gap between valuing growth that sets in the way Belsky characterize it in the end is that investors have become too under exposed to value stocks that's a quote there you want a more folks sent an email I guess the charges for this because with it and everything I do going forward the email address is D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net that's D. Wilson at Bloomberg dot net I feel like the bell at the back and forth in a tug of war between value and growth it continues Dave Wilson thank you so much for this chart the data is going to be back a little bit later on when we talk about the movers and shakers and also. his stock of the day right now though it's time for check in well the national news headlines let's toss it over the ball Carol thank you Saudi Arabia says the weekend attacks on its major oil sites were unquestionably sponsored by Iran and a spokesman for the Saudi defense ministry says despite Iran's effort to make it appear so the attack did not originate from Yemen but from the opposite direction president trump said today he's decided to increase US sanctions on Iran and speaking to reporters in Los Angeles he was asked if military action is still possible we have something well do it without hesitation. publican senator Lindsey Graham says Iran needs to learn a hard lesson that can disrupt the world I think this is a moment of testing.

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"belski" Discussed on Hockey Today

Hockey Today

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"belski" Discussed on Hockey Today

"But Jones comes up big keeps it three to then a power play for the San Jose Sharks. As Marsha show takes high sticking penalty hurdle scores on the power play to make it four to Belski puts it in to the empty net late and the sharks getaway with five to to win the scores. Not. Indicative how great that game was. And how great Jones is. Now, I'll go on record, man. I gotta own the things that I say I thought the sharks were completely dead. They lost three consecutive games. Getting out scored sixteen to six those three games. Jones had gotten pulled in two of the three games sharks? Look completely dead a complete role reversal. They get the scoring that they needed and they get the goaltending entity, which is probably even more important. So now, the sharks have to feel good because Jones is playing well, maybe he's over it. So maybe they've turned the corner. I still think this is going to be huge to see the San Jose Sharks. Come back. They've never come back from three one down before. So I still don't think the sharks winning the series. I didn't think the sharks gonna win the series when it started. I certainly don't think didn't come back from three one down. But I will say this is that if Jones is gonna play like this the rest of the way, they can have a reasonable shot. So let's see they'll get a chance to play on Sunday. So an extra off day. So maybe there's that squelched the momentum that San Jose built up. I'm not sure, but should be a fun. Fun game on Sunday in bagels with the golden is having a chance to advance and not gonna sharks out of the second consecutive year. Maybe the sharks can actually force a game seven. So lot of good action from last night lot of controversy. Lot of comebacks leads..

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"belski" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

07:26 min | 3 years ago

"belski" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"NS snow forecast is coming up in minutes. Newsradio eight forty. WHAT s. Gotta get the bread of milk. I gotta get the Brennan milk. I gotta get the milk. Get the Bill. I got. They said snow. Like that. I gotta get the. And that is my man Vick dibitetto. Great comedian that video put him on the map seventeen million views since two thousand thirteen and it was true. If you tried to go to a store last night. Oh my God. Oh, my everybody. Collectively lost their heads. You couldn't even get to the gas station at Kroger. I'll bet. Yes. I passed by they were lined up. Right. I it's two inches of snow. You're going to be able to give gas tomorrow the next day. I promise. Good morning. The snow Pacalypse thirty two degrees heading up to thirty inches. No, changing rain. Joe Jackie no control, Gerald with you. It is Kentucky and a Saturday. Morning news. Thank you for making us part of your weekend. We are working in conjunction with wwl kY. John Belski is out and about looking at weather related issues on the roads, I've got a text into him. So John if you're listening you'll want to give us a call. We'd love to check in with you Morgan Lintas is with wwl Kyi's wise well in southern Indiana from most reports were getting now an according to Andrea clever. Do we just talked to about twenty minutes ago? The roads seemed to be clearing up nicely. The system is on its way out both Matt Milosevic and Suzanne hogging are working hard in the wwl Kyi weather center. They will join us here as soon as their schedule warrants. We are getting reports though of several accidents around it should be getting cleared up this primarily I think from the early morning snow when I came in at about three o'clock this morning that was right about the apex of the storm. I mean, that's when it was it was really. Starting to snow. The roads were slick they weren't quite treated jet. Joe what are you hearing as far as accidents when people call in now, if you're heading south towards Frankfort Lexington apparently down in that area. It's the roads are bad. I got a call from someone sixty four east around the Frankfurt lawrenceburg exit. There are semis off the road of emergency lights. No, no lanes blocked. Traffic is moving but slowdown when you're there because he said everyone was just sliding through there. And if I recall correctly that area is hilly. Yes. So you're going to get a lot more freezing there. And you have to be really careful because you can't slow down going up the hills. But at the same time, you can't go too fast or your slide off. So it's a it's a very careful balancing game. Well, I really appreciate your taking those calls. Joe's day. And thank you for everybody who called us and give us a call at five seven one eighty four eighty four pound. Eight forty is a free Verizon wireless one eight hundred four four four eighty four eighty four. And as I look around at the maps, Joe, we're looking at if you're coming seventy five south that's actually coming out of you know, you go past Crittenden, they're heading towards Lexington. That is a slow go. In fact, if you start to get even further down around you around Kentucky twenty five somewhere in that area. It really slow. Goes down to your point Joe coming out of Lexington on points, west even for sales, lawrenceburg, etc. That is a slow go. And if you are on the road and you're heading sixty four eastern you're getting past Lexington. You probably still hear us, and you're heading up towards basically, Moorhead, etc. That is a real slow go. So be careful as you head down there this as the snow continues to move off to the north and west that's certainly is affecting people as they roll along. And if we look more towards going up into southern, Indiana, etc. It looks like the extreme south the southern part of Indiana. Like Scotts Berg point south. That's they seem to be moving along roads. Now, if you get basically past Seymour up into Indianapolis, Indianapolis, just a slow no matter where you are. If you're trying to go around for sixty five you're trying to go out seventy about seventy four seventy that is a slow go as well. Even if you're coming down sixty nine heading to the south west in Indiana, those are all a slow go. I don't have any reports of accidents out there. Just yet we're going to try to check in with the Sellersburg is p office as well to see what they have. And again. John Bellinger roadways here. And I guess the big story here the big accident here is to sixty five north and that is on the gene Snyder, of course, heading up to Taylorsville road up near sixty four that is stopped in Joe heard from a lady who's trying to get to work. She stuck in it as well. We appreciate your listening to us and staying with us. We'll keep you up to date as we find out anything regarding that. But outside of that if you come down seventy one south that looks like it's okay in the metro again, all the snow moving up and out of here. The event happened. I'm not going to say it wasn't. It wasn't cataclysmic by any means. But when I left the house like I said at three o'clock, I was sliding out of the neighborhood. It was not pleasant. I'm just glad it happened on Saturday and didn't happen with everybody else. And again, if you wanna go slide if you want to get those kids out this morning. Get them out burn that energy off go to W H, S dot com. We have a complete list of sledding hills. You can head to Cherokee park, that's Barringer hill and the intersection of Alexander road in cynic loop United George Rogers Clark park, that's ten twenty four Thurston avenue behind the playground near McKinley avenue mcnealy lake park. Sixty nine hundred Cooper Chapman road near the Korean war memorial. That's available for sledding Tyler park. Fifteen o one castle would avenue Tyler park drive. That's the Taliban driver's side of the park and Charlie veteran part five fifty Charlie veteran's park road near the near the eastern road entrance. That's where you can find the best sledding, and they'll be open from nine AM until eleven pm as long as there's adequate snow and they'll close at eleven o'clock in a reminder, you do that at your own risk. You'll be Clark Griswold and lost down the sled and think you're going to go flying down the sled faster. Hey, I had someone got all and say coming seventy-one south just past the Crestwood exit at Oldham county. Yes. She said it smooth sailing roads clear. Good. And that's considerably different than say, I came in ninety minutes ago because ninety minutes ago, they were slushy and kind of icky. So things are improving rapidly by someone else called in and said roads are clear, but people are just driving like idiots. Yeah. Exactly. So. Well, maybe clear, but drivers are not right. Exactly. Well, hopefully at some point throughout the morning, we'll try to get into some of our programming. Some of the things we wanted to talk about today, and we didn't get a chance to mention is the government shutdown, and it's really starting to impact people in personal ways. And we got a couple of stories we're going to hear from a farmer who is impacting, and this absolutely just heartbreaking story of a government employee who basically has three hundred dollars in the Bank and didn't get a check yesterday. I just can't imagine having to face that in not knowing how to feed your kids and your kids are asking. Why why can't why don't we only have this in the house, but I can't we have this, etc. And we get some other news coach Scotty Davenport's gonna join us at seven thirty five. His belemnites are go for sixty four or sixty five now today at home sixty five wins at home. That's better than any NC double A team out there something magical happening on the campus of Bellarmine university. We'll talk to him as well. But right now, let's get that all important W L K Y forecast, and again, Matt Milosevic and Suzanne Horrigan going to try to join us at some point today. They're very.

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"belski" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"belski" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"The lightning fourteen. Thirty four left any scoreless. First. Play by Eric act actor on Donskoy it had to be physical there to kind of prevent him from going around him. And he practically. Jumped on top of him winning put him on the ice. So nice aggressive move by the young defenseman. Good row and Paquet. From the neutral zone pocket wins it Victor Hedman at the red line. Lifts it. In a chases has got assistant points in five straight games. Both tying career-best Redfern's with countered to center ice Melker Karlsson. You stripped by Girardi returns for pocket gains the red line. Dumps it in Jones around the nearside burns for Melker Karlsson. He's check by headman and puck Elden by civic pocket point golf defined find that Burns's there for Ryan yokum Ryan lifted out to center ice, and here's Melker Karlsson rolling it in the Bank was almost on that puck. Good play Girardi to knock it back to the goalie bats left you feeds Joseph. He couldn't pass burns Holden right point or to finally meet up Victor Hedman takes over. Luckily Joseph Joseph to the red line three sharks around. And he does force it in though to the San Jose defensive zone is gonna line teams along toss. Eric Carlson for team Aligarh, pasta lightning line, four radio. You stripped my point right wing Tyler Johnson. Discuss it down the ice skating race to it air Carlson battling with kucherov who job wins the puck left corner. Looking for Johnson behind that got his stick on a first beats Brenden Dillon yell pitch at high near back to the line again. Sergei back in front lightning net. Nice past who dropped to settle three onto maybe the middle point profitable at high slot. And couldn't quite real it back in on Jones who knocks it away. Kucherov left circle back at the right point of key to moving who drop on the net score in the first who travel right circle protects it at the right point who drop makes a little move each turn left point a shot blocked again at the left point shoot. Walk in front off the block Eric Carlson of the counter with numbers, maybe three on to feed it across Berlanti Monae or high slot shoots wide left. The rebound. Live Sorenson left corner is check grabbing it as Lord spikes it around to the near side, circuit Tabatha case. It needs a clear European here wing Johnson. Couldn't get it out held in burns right point shot blocked. I hit major traffic in front point out to set are wanting a change here. We all do a good job. They get a stick out and slide it in no score in the first winding back come Ryan Belski center. Dances into the lightning zone. Adults. Get the left point past walked by dandruff. Arty kind counter corn too far one Belsky. Steal dumps it back in but years mcdonagh's zipping right plotted center last month's Santos, left circle process. We missed an open net wide right on the one timer. Rebound a spiked up by burns back to the lightning at noisy. Commend his pace early in this game. Ryan mcdonagh the scoreless game are on the a lot is check my hurdle. A steel right circle. Shot turned us up. I've Ascii O rien. Bullet point a little pass. Intercepted by Polat anti flipped it out of his own three taken by TC nettleton young defenseman strongly to the lightning zone. Many stick by mcdonagh. Mcdonagh listed out to center he'd on the counter for Donskoy little take Middleton. Now, it's he'd been quite get it across the blue line and Adam hernias feel about the middle. Sara Lee possible on centerpoint looking for Gordon front got knocked away by Melker Karlsson. Here's middleton. Feeding Bank at center ice etcetera is checked by small who feeds. Victor Hedman though, scoring the first long toss. Gore. Deflects it in eleven fourteen leppin the first rally almost made a steal on an error Carlson pass enough worn follows up or court fouls up board, right circle. Seraglio Centric beat is taken away and cleared by the Bank back to the lightning. Stolman as that pocket. Lady skate right to left in the first. Little feed Yanni gaurd at center ice deflected it in. They said from the wrong side of the red line. He disagrees looked like he was standing right at the red line. But they said, no, it's an icing against the lady ten fifty two left in a scoreless. First..

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