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"bislett" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"bislett" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"bislett" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Financial issues eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three we're going to get to your calls we've got a full board so we'll get to those before i do that let me just finish up i was talking to I lost the name here. Who was it? Jim from. from facebook is he was on facebook any indicated was asking me about fed ex and i said look no their earnings reports is going to have no impact on what i do later in my conference call and any kind of strategies that was an anomaly one of the biggest issues with fedex which is going to hold true and we'll be the same for u._p._s. as well another great indicator but when we look at that you know it is this is all about trade this is an anomaly about trade sanctions is not about it's really not about a whole lot of other things you know you've got china punishing fedex just because they happen to be an american company that's number one but you know fedex does a lot of business with the communist and communist china and i get that understand it and so it's hurts them a little bit but the fact of the matter is they do not they do not have the ability as you can imagine they're not wired for this to be checking every pat package for some electronic micro chip that is not supposed to be going to china or coming out of china they don't have the ability to do that capabilities to do that and it's caused huge problems so that's one of the reasons and looking forward they don't see an end to that there's so much uncertainty so i'm not paying a whole lot of attention to it at this point i'm going to wait until later on in the next few weeks and and see if we get a better feel which i know we will from fedex u._p._s. and we'll watch that closely neither one of those companies on my list but they are wonderful gauge of You know what's going on now? from a strictly from an economic perspective one of the other great gauges is international paper and we watch that very closely because without internet international paper exists and grows primarily because of the postal service fedex u._p._s. and other shipping i mean the margins commodity producer of cardboard in the world so we will we watch all those things obviously but sometimes they're very key factors Jim. And sometimes they're a little bit. they're just not a factor at all and this is one of those times a factor at all let me go to patty patty's going us from indiana hey patty Good morning. yesterday or the day before i would think the program hey i appreciate so much the ministry i have to start out saying that thank you How you help us understand that grow economic? It's such a blessing. Thank you for saying that. That's an encouragement. Thank you. okay the day or the day before i was listening to the program and i don't remember the late dame but he was a he had the property and had a chunk of money advisor to put it into broker cow Any fun that you have on the Bislett. Yes. so i'm kind of somewhat in that same position i it back in april i told a lot of money out of from target fund tonight he had and because i hit the disgusted with the whole target thing and and i am sitting in a federal money market and i was wondering if i might take your advice in apply to myself in you that any fund sign trying to develop my income portfolio yeah i think it's a fine thing to do it's see twenty on my list he twenty and yeah i mean i think it's i think it's a great idea i wouldn't do it with all of it but you know i think it's a it's a good idea so i know it is i just us you know i mean i've had it for a very very long time but it's what i use a my i._r._a. for parking cash and it's what i use in the institutional money that i the private money that i still manage which is a couple of hundred million so i i use that fun see twenty i use that as the place that i am going to park money if his longer than i'm going to say nine months to a year in my case in my i._r._a. i've had money in there for probably fifteen years that i've that i've never moved i've never moved out probably not the wisest thing but nonetheless only because i could have done better with some of that money but you know it's never going to go down i'm never would be almost impossible lose money on it because i started reinvesting dividends with it i just let the dividends right in there so now it's just got so much gain from the anywhere from one and a half to two Two two and a quarter percent or almost three percent one year last year I think it was three percent or close to it. You know, so it's just doesn't move that much. So I'm so it's always in the green, but. i think it's a great place but i don't want you to use it like you would use that that federal money market account in other words one thing is certain about that federal money market account if you put a hundred dollars in three months from now it's still going to be one hundred dollars and you're not going to gain much but you're still going to have one hundred hours so the the the c twenty nine i'm talking about is not one that you are going in and out of in other words you're trading allocate well today i'm going to buy two hundred shares of x._y._z. company and you're going to train use that money in see twenty and then you're going to you know maybe put it back another time and you're going to use it as kind of your cash flow for your trading account it really really isn't that it it is that ten fifteen up to twenty percent depending on your age group kind of cash that you're gonna keep for an extended period of time but the money that you trade from that should be in just a money market account Okay. All right. We'll have another. Okay. Plan. Okay. i think kennedy plans on the list is the are the ones that you that here recommending the e._p._s. in the income portfolio they had to be on the bislett your can i just jump into those now they are on the by list so but yes they would i would i would want you to treat them like like anything else and i would i would want them to be on the by list now they are on the bindis now but there are some timothy funds that are not on the buy lists there is one that people are gonna find very odd so i'm going to have to explain it before i take it off the bye list so i'm gonna do that in probably an alert there's another one that's going to come off but there are couple that are not on the list and but they are but yes Treat them the same way. when you say the violence are you talking about the broadway no no no on talking about the the actual by list Okay. So. Yes. So if you go to, you know how you click and go to the commentary by list section. Yeah. It if you scroll down you have that big long by list. They, they should be on that list. Oh on that list. You can buy from it. oh yeah absolutely if it's when you scroll down and there's that long list that's everything i don't even know what it is i have no idea i'm going to say it's sixty maybe not that many forty different positions but yes that's the that's the by list you know the little things up in the commentary section they're just things that either get added to the by this that week or come off the bye lists that week but you have to scroll down further to see the complete list yes okay so what do you mean when you refer to the broadway the broad list is when you click on and you go to you can actually go to different sectors of the broad list and that is everything there that's made up of about two hundred thirty different positions there the things that i'm doing analytical work on to try to decide whether it's going to get to the list or not That's. That's my list that I work with. So. Don't know. i'm by on salad i thought that was what i did huge from known They're the things that I'm only adding this week or taking off this week. okay the by list keeps growing it's on the same page you just got to scroll down a little bit Yeah. Okay. All right. Okay. I'm buying the same page now. Okay. Good. Good. Your day, aren't you Patty I appreciate it. so folks we if your partner or you become a partner please i have a special video now that i had to do because pack was people were driving her crazy but if you go to the commentary section if you don't do anything else frankly i'll tell you what i should do and i'm going to contemplate this i should make it mandatory in other words you can't be come partner until you watch this video i'm serious i think i may do that because it's such a key component to the strategy and basically the video it's about three or four minutes long and basically as me telling you please please please don't ever put anything into your portfolio that is not on the by lists it is an a very important role and you never buy anything off the i don't care how much you like it if you are committed to following our strategy don't buy anything off the ball broad list it's not what it's for and i've threatened several times to just take the by this the broadening oughta gather but then every nobody i get all the emails and people panic because they don't want me to do that but so that's it's key that you only buy off the bye now the exception to that rule is say you have a stock that you own you've had it for a long time maybe only had a month and you want to add to it because it is down and you want to add to it doesn't have to be on the list you own it you could do that at your discretion anytime you want if you're dollar cost averaging down and you're buying more shares of something you own than that's fine it doesn't have to be on the violence the by list is for new money that you're putting the work that you're putting into your four you all right we've got a lot of calls we're gonna get to those phones right after this.
Mccormick Steve, Manhattan And Tim discussed on Nick Digilio
"Building inspector's last night declared safe. The high rise office building in Manhattan, what a helicopter crashed. Bislett was killed. No other injuries reported officials have already identified the pilot is Tim. Mccormick Steve gambler is a pilot. He tells us there's disturbing footage of that chopper shortly before the crash during rainy weather. Looks like he's in and out of the clouds he disappears inside the clouds and that's bad. You cannot be flying inside the clouds, unless you're underwriter,
"bislett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Part of the highway. For the engineer call of the Pakistani army, it was these engineers, who built the puck Issan side of the road, which would cut a Paul through thirteen hundred kilometers of rugged high altitude terrain, connecting Cashcall in western China with Islamabad. In pakistan. The Karakoram highway known as the friendship highway in China, was started in nineteen fifty nine due to the difficult conditions under which it was constructed. It's also sometimes referred to as the eighth wonder of the world. It's unique. There is no semblance of this kind of terrain in the world. It has some sixty peaks, averaging six thousand six hundred meters kind of bad is the oldest, but a nightmare for the road builders. Peres Akmal was a twenty eight year old major with the Pakistani engineer cool when he was put in charge of a hundred kilometers stretch of road just a year before the Karakoram highway was opened to the public Burr joined in my capacity. As one of the company commanders of road maintenance battalion during the course of that I was not just looking at that hundred kilometer plus rich that I had to maintain also had a number of opportunities, right? Up to conjure up and see. Maltings happening in the process, also see the Chinese during the leftover works. The Kunjirap pass as a high two four thousand seven hundred meters lies close to the border between Pakistan, and China in the Karakoram mountains, will their construction had started in nineteen Fifty-nine, a road, connecting Pakistan to China, was something that had been needed since the founding of the country in nineteen forty seven very soon after partition the Indians annexed allowed part of Kashmir and there was a route that was gone. We've left only with the cars on value. Now this route had a big problem. It was only open for three months and nine hundred fifty eight when general Huber taken over and he was the president. He ordered the Gilgit Curragh route to be developed this get through, it would become the Karakoram highway, the Chinese got involved in the construction of the highway, strategic and trade reasons they were particularly keen to have access to. Pakistan's deepwater port thousands of kilometers further south. The Chinese certainly was because of their something like seven thousand five hundred kilometers of border with uses are diverted Russian fleet. It was then they also had India which had a misadventure in nineteen sixty to talk of some other access to the warm waters. It was through Buxton, major Akmal says the Pakistanis, what ill prepared for the huge number of difficulties the roof, foles landslides, the high altitude, and they would live in tents and never allowed to construct any bags for themselves because of safety reasons. Nope. Because of the resources. Did he get very cold? Oh, yes. In other places you can have a frostbite as a sunburn at the same time. So how would you acclimatize? You do not just start climbing without quite taking pauses. For instance, if you would reach job, you should have had at least two three stop over's of three or four days, each at Nisar heights before you reach something like sixteen thousand feet when it came to us, we made our force land their contract without acclimatization a move that, like, for you to come to those conditions. What did it mean? It was a challenge. I loved excursion at times. I would also track uphill trying, and finding where the slide starts occurring, and at times, taking risks that all youngsters do be enjoyed working conditions, the building of the road at such high altitude. And in such a remote region. Raise many challenges. The engineers often, they'd complete a section of rose, only for it to be destroyed by Foltz all landslides. Lot of explosive had been used and that would trigger mountain slides very often. We live like soldiers we were facing debt, fever facing injuries and casualties. And we lost a soldier on every mile and almost as many civilians, they were like mountaineers rickety Radames, and they were hang up in the mountains, and try and make some Bislett gut, and then make a road which is not an easy task by the nineteen seventies, the Chinese who are better equipped came over the border to help sending ten thousand road builders into Pakistan to complete the highway. It's estimated that about eight hundred Pakistanis about two hundred Chinese workers lost lives during the construction for the twenty four hour job, people use to Oregon shifts, of course, working by night was very. A very hazardous wet was extremely hard. But was at beautiful described the scenery teaming. What was it like wal beautiful understatement on Spiring? The mighty Indus and rugged mountains all around from them would flow. The various Rabin's back kind.
"bislett" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Any buys in yet. In there. So just hanging there. So something shows up on the violence. Got two percent. Of course, Greece that are in knows you got to see dot each. And they just proportionate that to would you go into by. Yeah. That's that's exactly right. So when when you buy don't but went let's say like right now, you have some that there's nothing on the Bislett. So let's say to you know, Monday, I put one stock on the by lists. I wouldn't want you to put the entire allocation for that sector in one stop. I would want maybe you could do half or or quarter. But don't do all of it. Let's wait and see if another stock shows up and an another one will. And then maybe so that you can stay a little bit more diversified in every sector. Yeah. Okay. Of. On or two fifty days to put into the into beckoned to stop. Yes. Sixty days sixty days. So you have adult take it up to the sixtieth day. Please. I know you talked about dollar average in that some what like the time and how should by then. So you should buy every month. And I would you know, you might want to look at depending on how much it is. But you know, if it's a fair amount. You know, anything over seventy five thousand dollars or say fifty thousand dollars and and your investment. I would I would spread it out over six months. Hit sixty days to move it in. No, no, no. I misunderstood your question. You have sixty days to move it from your 4._0._1._K move that into your new IRA Kim. Okay. Into the stock. Just no, right. It's just has to be in the account. So it's going to sit in a money market account in khaki. So I'm and I'm good now. Okay. Good. Thank you so much. All right. Darrell thank you. Eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three let me go to Jacqueline in Jackie in Arkansas. Jock jock. I'm sorry. Doc scorn. All right. Let me go to Jim Jim Collins from Missouri. Hey, jim. Good morning. Good morning. But you gave us a brief explanation about overnight trading for the bucket closes what's actually going on to change. Yeah. I'm smiling because.
"bislett" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Good morning. I'm Joe Bislett. President Trump says it's time to put the special counsel investigation in the past and move on. He tells Fox News is not going to allow White House counsel, Don Mcgann to testify before congress in his mind. The investigation of him is over. After two and a half years and all of that money spent nothing very few people could have sustained that. We'll have more on history coming up with Berman and Michael Riedel. It's part of their big three today. Adorns on Long Island say they have broken up a plot to bomb a local high school students that in school bus overheard three sixteen year olds that connect quite high school talking about building a bomb and setting it off the students told a school administrator. And now the three or charged with conspiracy to detonate a bomb. Police searched the teens homes and found one had a copy of the anarchists cookbook, which details how to build explosives know, what their bomb making materials have been found outlets. Stockton, Rosie wwl news hate crimes have spiked in the city while overall crime dropped over six percent eight bro. There's been a sixty seven percent increase in hate crime drill down on the antisemitic. Crimes that we're seeing proximity. Eighty percent of the drawing of swastikas is some way, shape or fashion throughout New York City is the chief of detectives Dermott shea police now looking for the parents of. The dead newborn baby found behind a South Bronx apartment building a resident found the baby boy next to the garbage cans on the back of east one hundred thirty eight th street last night. He died later hospital to shuttle buses collided at the terminal be at Newark airport this morning, twelve people were hurt. None of the injuries serious. But traffic heading to the departure level at terminal b at Newark is being impacted this morning Star Wars actor Peter Mayhew is dead. He was the man behind Chewbacca.
"bislett" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"An update. Karen? Hi, there are this happened around eleven ten last night. It happened on violet street. And I just talked to Boston police what they told me that two men were salt as men were in their forties. When was shot in the head was shot in the chest. Both of them were taken to the hospital and both of them died. This of course, it's just a horrific scene last night on Bislett straight. What we don't have exactly exactly what what what sparked the dispute if any and and any arrests at this point reporting pan. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. Karen, Cambridge police are investigating a drug deal. Gone bad WBZ's is in SaaS Ville as that it happened. Just after six thirty Saturday evening on Blanchard road. Cambridge police say went to people showed up to buy drugs. They were robbed the two suspects. Then took off with the two victims still inside their car. The suspects allegedly drove around for a while. That's consider. Kidnapping before driving back to Blanchard road and releasing them unharmed. So far, no arrests have been made Suzanne sauce Ville WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio the excitement is rising. As a lot of first time runners get ready for tomorrow's Boston marathon. Even the predicted rain is not putting a damper on the enthusiasm as WBZ TV's Jim Smith found when he met up with runners picking up their numbers at the Hynes convention center yesterday, huge outside as runners came to pick up their numbers for the big race.
"bislett" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"We're back teaming our conversation with my guests Kevin game. He yo in coupon under of violated for all right? Kevin. We kinda got a little bit of your background in in Tom's background. Let's dive into the business now. So I know you have a Kickstarter program going on tell us a little bit about the Kickstarter program. And then let's they we'll talk more in detail about the Graham's in design and animals. Sure. So we we really wanted to hit the market hard and to create you know, some hype and also to get maximum exposure with the launch of our product, and we really saw only one opportunity to do that when you're launching and that is through crowdfunding. So we actually are on indigo go we did look at Kickstarter as well. But the platform with regards to the the perks in the upgrades for animals made more sense for us to to put it on any gogo. So yeah, we launched last Monday going well, and we're super excited to have this product out on the market and generate interest before. We go, you know, both wholesale the pet stores with the product as well as direct on our own website. So if they're looking for, and how would they they would just look up by owed aquariums on indigo right? Correct. You can search on through indigo dot com or you can go to buy aquariums with an s dot com, and there's a link there directly to the campaign. So now, tell us about the tank, I mean, there's obviously a million potential different iterations and sizes and shapes and all that. So how did you guys come up with this specific, even you know, starting with the tank that takes is? Yes, sure. We'll tank size was really really important because we wanted to change that would be stable enough to support, you know, a few fish in a couple of invertebrates, but not be so big that it was cost prohibitive, and then required a specific stand to support it and those kinds of things so we really wanted to focus in on a desktop type aquarium, and I was always in the ten to twelve gallon range and when flew low released to evoke, thirteen and a half. They first show. Owed it at mackney two years ago. I really liked the tank and had a nice little floating base, and was modern and had a touch LED light. So at even two years ago. I saw that sank in thought that would be a great model to start with answer enough. I been working with flu and Hagen for the past year and a half providing different lights and different pumps and trying the different softballs and fish in the tanks themselves to show that it was certainly viable and we partnered with them. So it works out really well because by Ota aquariums did not want to get into the glass. Aquarium business didn't get involved in and everything that goes along with production, and in those kinds of things and and these aquarium manufacturers want to sell more tanks and see the hobby growth. So we all have a common goal. So not only is the tank strategically partnered. But so is the clown fish with RA alive rock with real wreath raw, we're doing our from energetics and too little fishy is providing the sea salts and lie. Live sand substrates. So we all wanna see this product increase, the new hobbyists exposure and see the hobby grow. So it was always a goal of mine to to not reinvent the wheel and really focus on the animals because that's what we feel people struggle. There's a lot of aquarium kits on the market and do a great job of keeping animals alive in terms of the proper lighting for quarrels or flow rate for fish, but the mixed experience comes in with the animals, and we wanted to be able to condition those animals in our own facility and deliver them from our facility directly to the aquarium and reduce the stress and exposure those animals and hopefully the goal being increasing the end users success, so they stay in hobby past six months or year, and then upgrade to that next bigger tank. So maybe talking more about the tank that you're you guys are working with what what type of lighting is does it have. It has a sixteen lot LED fourteen thousand Kelvin spec. Troms? So it's a fairly broad spectrum light with a nice tinge of blue. And it supports a variety of software growth, and it doesn't you? It's not so intense that it's generating any eat or growing the corals out of eight William like some advanced hobbyists would like the light to do. But it's perfect because it's energy efficient. It's reliable and one hundred thousand our diode life on these LED's. It's really changed. The game in wreath keeping an album spectrums are matching that of former compact fluorescent cer- metal halide lights to grow corals. So the length is really nice feature. It's touchy can touch it to come on touch to go to all attendant. And then goes back to today hid in terms of the filtration, what kind of filtration did you opt for with what do you use the in these systems? So there's a circus overflow that will remove in the surface, film and surfactants in organics. There is a protein skimmer specifically built for this aquarium. We didn't feel it was necessary. Because the via load is calculated very low with three fish and a couple of coral options. So unless they're filling the tank with with other animals, which from the Bislett aquarium perspective. We don't ask we ask that you do not add anything, they query them. And by you know, not having protein skimmer you're doing a one gallon water change a week. So there's really no organic build up in the aquarium in the feeding is strictly controlled with a little measuring spoon. So between the feeding and the water changes. There's just no need for the optimal protein skimmer for the beginner. And other thing is a foam filters the mechanical filter, and we have carbon that you replace monthly to remove organics and keep the water clear. There's also bio max media for night to find bacteria, but most of the night to find seeing down in the aquarium by the real ref- rock in live, San so that's not really a critical component of life support of the aquarium. So between the live raw alive saying the phone filter block for her in the carbon for your chemical filtration. That pretty much covers it now, you mentioned some of the animals a little bit earlier on can you maybe go back and describe in our all the animals pretty much good to be fairly user friendly. Or are they going to be some that would be a little bit more advanced power, you guys handling sort of those types of questions? Yeah. The hard part for us is just really staying super focused. So we have a lot of hobbyists in industry people that would like to see us offer all these different varieties and allow you to order more quarrels completely stocked tank over ninety thirty sixty ninety day period. But our bowl on the beginning was to target new Aquarius. And with that primarily moms and kids and trying to market the tank outside of the industry. So we made all the decisions for them for most hobbyists that are in. They don't like that. So they like to choose their own stuff. This is really designed for someone who doesn't want to think about which fish get along. What's pump? They need what light and all that stuff. So we we pretty much make those selections. So we've chosen. Into awesome layers clown fish on the indie gogo campaign. We give them the option to go with two blacks, they prefer as an upgrade but just regular to orange. Osceola are included in a rain for goby, which is cultured by automating lichner sheep allow which is a great vista complement. The clown fish, and those three fish can live their entire life span in the biota aquarium do not have to be moved to another tank or outgrow their tank in run into all the problems, we see with people who who get fish. They outgrow their aquarium. So we wanted to provide something that was appropriate for that size. Aquarium a light viola again popular, of course, we know that the layers clown finishes is kind of a goldfish of the marine industry. So we we definitely wanted. It include those and then we offer softball options for people who want to take it a step further thinking order to soft corals, they're both Sarka fighting along polyp leather and green polyp weather, and there's a really hardy cultured corals survive in varying, water quality, conditions and will thrive under. Highlight that do well under fairly low light. So they're not don't eat any special requirements, special flow or intense lighting. So we just there again wanted to make it so that they can actually see corals grow in join her where I am. And then get them to that next step where they can play around with lots of different varieties of corals under lots of different bites and other fish. So now, obviously, I know you put a lot of time and thought in you know, years and years of kind of dreaming about this. Did you do any kind of beta testing at all with people or how did you can work out the kinks? I'm just kidding about first part. We just came up with this last week. Yes, we put one in the office. And it's been doing weeks, we've figured. Actually, the original tank for MAC net, which resented etched frosted glass aquarium, which we have a laminated sticker that high water line now because the acid is not environmentally friendly. But that aquariums at my house, and it's still going wonderfully with two black clowns on Rosen enemy that keeps dividing and rain for Gobi. So we've been testing for him with a variety of different animals and fish combinations. And for the better part of a year and a half. And we've tweaked the light a little bit. We will been really great with responding to what we wanted to see happen with the tank, and we have probably thirty AM scattered around. We had even you know, some moms took them with simple instructions to set it up without any help. And they were able to do it. And we've just really wanted to simplify the whole process of it. Anyone can start us out aquariums. They just followed along and change the water. So that's the key. It isn't commitment. These are live animals. So we do stress that through throughout the process of buying biota aquarium. I know some people get pulled in by the emotion of it and say, oh, that's neat. But they really have to think about just like any pet. There's a commitment in the main commitment is fish after be fed every day, and the water has to be changed once a week to really thrive now tell us a little bit about the giving back that by doing your planning to do. So we're obviously you want to be part of a whole sustainability movement. But we also want to be part of the conservation movement. So to start with by marine life nursery, Palau cultures rabbit fish, which is a local food fish for allowance and Tom releases those monthly on a regular basis back into the water. So around plow, so that there's food fish for the locals, so we did, you know, kind of a campaign where you're by buying our fish, you're supporting the release of other fish. So that was a nice little touch to it. And then of course, the one percent, but a planet will be once we become profitable. Obviously, we'll be sending that money to a variety of ocean conservation organizations. I know you also are a. Of course, really vested in education in or working on or have education program. Can you talk about that a little bit, sir? Actually, correct. That the the one percent comes off the top. So that's not profit. So every year we submit our sales to one percent. And that's how those monies are allocated in terms of the monetary amount. Since a key fact with regard session, we really see the size of the tank as a powerful education tool or there's a lot of different aquarium science curriculums that have been done before. But most of them require people to go out and teachers go out and know that pet stores and play that Russian roulette we call it where you get a fishing bring it into the tank, and then wait at cycling and go back and get the next fish..
"bislett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Be for Bislett for of canal. But not only creamy accompanies. Nobody knows. What is okay? So you're saying that because they're having to pay Crimean businesses. There is a risk. They could suffer sanctions which is driving some of the shipping companies away. Most companies be nurse. That it used to Europe on the United States will not based catch up. Everywhere in the city, you sense. The impact of this port blockade galena Ballu Bonneville runs a local hub to support small enterprise. It's more expensive all for services in the city and the us feel it. I mean, a lot of people work in the poor. Then. Yes, are they being laid off. No late off. I think it's like an vacation something like that. It's a very long vacation. And it could be very bad. If the straight doesn't open again, right? Yes. I think yes. Of course, the blockade is only one local distraction Marysville has been on a war footing ever since the conflict broke out of the country into fourteen there were gun battles in the streets here between Ukrainian forces and Russian backed rebels. Even today with the technical ceasefire declared the frontline is still active just twenty kilometers from the city center. You know, it's five years war. And we kids shell in the bombing like forty years ago, and it was shocking, and we want to give up and just on the way. And now we just hear it and understand that we should work more. So you can hear the shelling every day from your home. Yes. From my home from center of Maria. Yes. The soundtrack of every day. It's like it's like a storm in the distance usual Israel think, you know, it's my home. I don't want to go anywhere. Does it motivate you the war? Yes. Because you create something new and discover your new power in this environment. We know patriotic calling. Yes. Empathetic also. Local businesswoman. Galina Bonneville with the widely-held sense of patriotic defiance. The so.
"bislett" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood
"Helps me calm down after a long day as you can tell I'm not great at acceptance. But instead of always trying to fix my problems. Now, Jane reminded me a lot of you, partly because of the audiobooks thing. But also the way you talk about living in Encino like you like kind of us getting away and those that drive through the hills relaxes you and makes you feel like you're transitioning from work to home. Yes. Absolutely. When I see like all the trees and the. Lean especially now with the rain. It's so beautiful. My it helps me unwind. Yes. Absolutely. And then my very favorite comment, maybe ever is from Alexandra who said my family, and this might be a Puerto Rican thing had a saying when someone was driving like a jerk. It basically translated to the person must be pooping himself. But with uglier words, it always made me laugh now as an adult, I still think that when I see bad driving, and it puts me in a laugh mindset, rather than a rage mind. Oh my God. That's funny genius. And I also my thing now and forever is going to be to say that whenever I see someone driving like crazy because I think that in the future it will stop Bislett from driving like crazy. She's like sixteen in new in a car and zipping down the freeway, I want her to think like oh my God. Someone's going to think I have diarrhea. Therefore, I must live is an excuse to die fast. This. I think she'll be like, okay. I got a slowdown. Yes, I have to. Well. Thank you, everyone for your responses. This you know, traffic is one of the Baynes of our existence. But you know, what would I tell myself that I'm in traffic? I live in California. I'm so lucky. It is worth every bit of traffic. I love this city. You are a true Californian. Next on the Californians. Blodget me over. Maybe you should get guy before Stewart's have all right? Oh, sing gonna take. Can you drive or sim center and then make a left and gum four or five north from there? Just get off from all hauling brutally like that. Sara as you've heard me talk about a lot twenty nineteen is all about losing weight for me now sticking to a weight loss plan can be hard, especially when you don't know how to handle the thoughts and obstacles that might have held you back in the past. But I am finding the Neum app to be incredibly helpful. Yes. As a my were both using the new map, and I will say I have lost nine pounds since we started using it. I have also lost over ten pounds. I have stand as the most satisfying motivating thing..
"bislett" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Financial issues. Eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three. So much for the optimism over your China. Trade talk. So much for the optics. So there was optimism yesterday. Nothing James nothing has James. Nobody I guess the retail retail sales numbers. But you know, would come on come on. If you're on Wall Street, you're trader backward-looking, man. Why? So is that just telling you that surely because of that number that is probably screwed anyway because of the government being late gathering that information. People are selling off on a December retail sales numbers. First of all, if you're a trader on Wall Street, did you really think you really think I mean, I would love to know, this did you really think that retail sales companies not sales numbers? Overall sales numbers are still good. We know how much money has been spent. So how 'bout you take a look at how much money has been spent in retail. And not the money that has been spent in box stores in general. It was an incredible. Buying season in November and December. Black friday. Weekend from from thanksgiving 'til Monday was an all time record high. But that's not good enough. Maybe. 'cause that's I don't know. I don't even know why. I mean, it makes this is just this just not any logic here. And so I suppose there's these brilliant experience institutional traders and economists. That. Oh my gosh. The economy is crashing the retail sales numbers came in bed. I thought retail was really going to be good. No, no, no. You're thinking about maybe like two thousand and three right? It's maybe just lost a few years. I understand that could happen. You get busy. But it's it's two thousand eighteen numbers. Yes. So you need to fast forward a little bit. To at least two can you get to maybe two thousand sixteen if he can't get all the way up to two thousand eighteen it's ridiculous. All right. Eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three I was talking to Karen. Let me just say Karen, I would probably spread that out among the. The additional monies that you now have because you're not participating in financials. And mutual funds. Timothy, so I would spread that between the industrials materials. I see. Energy and consumer Staples. That's about where I would stay. I would stay in that those areas, I think that would be you know, what a throw utilities in there too. Just to give another factor. So you can reduce the position is spread it out. That's a little bit safer. But but I'll tell you there. I got three utilities on the by list that if you don't own you need to buy you need to buy one of them. If you don't own any any of those three you need to take a long hard look at that. Okay. That makes sense twenty percent. So I twenty at twenty percent evenly between those category. Correct. Okay. She must have hung up. Okay. Let me go to Sharon. Sharon colonists from. Texas, say Sharon. Hi, dan. Thank you for taking my call. Sure. I thought of another question why listen. At key questions number one. When something happens to UT thirty seven we. Do we think it'll go bankrupt. And. And the other question is in your IRA retirement account. I know there's things you shouldn't put in there. Get that include creek or. MLP's? Peak on your list the name of it. They go in IRA's or not. Not MLP's. But everything else can. Yes. Okay. Yeah. I mean, I I I I mean, so I would say to you. If you're looking at the stocks you own on a daily basis, and you're trying to figure out why it went down so much. I've had so many questions on this UT thirty seven and you don't want. My response has been. I know there's a lot of people annoyed at me because of the emails I got yesterday. My response was it's still on my list, and that should say everything if I was worried or if I didn't think there were still upside potential, it wouldn't be on my list. So I don't all I can say if you're a if you're short term minded and going to sell when it's down or sell when it's up, and you're gonna you probably need to rethink your entire strategy. And maybe think about. Even doing something totally different. Because why we're doing what I'm doing a financial issues might not be the right thing for you. Because I'm I mean, I'm going to ask the question a million times. And I'm never going to tell you to sell something because it's down because if I did you'd be selling every day you'd be salary. So today, it may be down a little bit more. But or today something else that you own is likely to be down there may and hopefully you're diversified enough. That some things that are be out. Look, I all the best thing. I can tell you is don't look at it and frost the strategy and trust me, I guess I have to say that I'm not it's not going to be on my list. Which happens to be in my opinion. One of the best things on my list right now. Wang down yesterday. And everybody's asking me, not you. But everybody's been asking me for my thoughts. Do I know why it went down? I really do. I could tell you and I'm not going to. I know why it went down. And if somebody, you know, it's not publicized. But I know I went down. But if I tell everybody why went down that every time something goes down. They're going to they're going to Email me, call me and ask me why. And I'm not gonna do it. I'm not gonna go there because we shouldn't be looking at it that closely when it goes on the cell list, and it's down. I will give a reason why aren't the Al, but all I can say to you. That is a great company with a great balance sheet with great income producing great income is income going to go down a bit. Yes. But even if it goes down, and I've been saying this since day one that income is not going to stay this high saying that since the first day it got bought out. And we got this new symbol. I've been saying it's going to go down. It's not going to say here and will. But even if those down to five percent, it's great. So I you know, I would just stick it out. Don't don't even worry about anything. Okay. Yes. Okay. I'm looking at the Bislett, the I'm confusing terminology that I don't see it on. I mean, it hasn't come off your, Bradley. No, it is still on the bike. So patriots just come in. Yes, scroll. Are you scrolling all the way down to the big? Silas. Or you just looking at what I o. Okay. I'm just looking at the verbiage the written part. Oh, no, no, no, no. That's not the list. That's just things. I added to the by list this week. Oh well. Yes. The biased is you got to scroll down and you'll see the entire by list. And I have free utilities on the by lists. Which one of them is UT thirty seven. I am. Yup. Yup. Okay. No. A lot of people do that. You're not alone. Yup. Sharon, thank you. Have a great day. Thank you Bye-bye. Eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three this. There was some calls at. I know they were gonna ask me about thirty seven. What is it with that wise? Everybody emailed me stop. And I know I know I just on. Sorry. I was I was emailing people this morning. I told you I was up at twelve thirty this morning. So I had an early start. I was probably a little crankier half asleep. But every Email on just telling you, here's what I did. Just so, you know. I eat responded to one and my response was. All I can say is it still my I copied it, and I pay it into every other Email that asks me about that that stock and look I'm not going to tell you on a daily basis. Why something went down? And I'll tell you if you really wanna know why that stock went down yesterday. It's pretty easy to find. If you go to news or something in on your or whoever your your, I'm assuming I don't know every trading platform. But if you go to your trading platform trader or fidelity, or whatever it is. If you go to the new section, you can probably find it. I'll give you a hint. It has something that was reported back on December thirty first and it it happened yesterday. But I am not. Yesterday day before yesterday. But I can't do that. Because if I start doing that, do you understand that we have tens of thousands of partners. If I did that if I start reporting on every stock I mean, I wouldn't be I wouldn't be able to do anything. I really would. And I don't want people telling.
"bislett" Discussed on Science Salon
"Remember fine men's famous line after the space shuttle disaster in which he concluded his report to the government that that nature cannot be fooled by you know, political machinations like that run it's going to do what it does regardless of what you say it does. I was exactly the problem with that. You know, all the they keep sleeker radiation to line cut. Ferrick will open a play again. Right. Yeah. So okay. So the the mighty explosion happens, and then and then the cleanup. So I mean, somebody made a sketch that you included, which was nice here of, you know, people vomiting as they go into to work for what by minutes or thirty seconds or have a long you could last run back out, the it's just a staggering just the risks to the people involved in the cleanup. You know, it's just unfathomable for just regular people that have normal jobs that that what they went through to try to salvage this. Yeah. It will be right. The this. By setting the it was just the Soviet Union. That was unrepentant they accent this guy, the the truth is that nobody anywhere in the world at contemplated with cleaning up while truth accident like this. So there was no it wasn't as technology existed. You know in in the United States they could easily pull in a big plane flying over there without a matter. They just there was nothing to do except in some cases to to use human beings to join to try and play the stop or at least. That's the time. I mean, the fact is that many physicists messages sensible thing, we just ju- withdrawal unless it twists under bosses for as long as it took for site. But instead, they just flew helicopters over dumped in sand in land in concrete, or whatever they could throw in there too. All right. I'm is not. So the initial. Cleanup. Sorry. So the initial cleanup is the San helicopters in and just drew got dump as much stuff as they could into the the whole the maw of radioactivity there and just try to bury it like what were they throwing in there? Like big chunks, a lad in sand and concrete with the initial my hat was the was the radical fun because around to Bill in principle of graph. The instant of the explosion, the graphite, cool, fire and know fires to there was fifteen hundred tons of graphite in this relative, which which, you know, their initial estimates suggested woods could burn on for more than two months. If it was just left boats. You know, his his grandfather was in as part of the core of adjoin new Iraq's at which have already been in operation of omega three is so closely radioactives, so the mongers burns more in radionuclides continue to roil. So the funnest thing to do was to try and pull the fire. Visit file unlike any fire in order to ever attend to the for they would tie initially. They were Flemish split having my dad would do. So in the end will it is on was the the us things they had any getting on hand which sand with the the the the great is volume. Oh, so again dropping sand the night began on leaving Android borough. Which would you know quell? Lynn you face trying reaction in in whatever fuel remained working within their AXA. Another job land as well. In an attempt to bring the overall temperature molten fueled I play in an attempt to kind of put a seal over this whole Iraq turn prevent smoke. Another nuclear. Plana was they were just trying to solve the fire. A cool thing dam from the cleanup cameras laser middle right in the helicopters could only the helicopter pilots in whoever was in the helicopter with the Bislett. Make it only lasts for a few minutes going in and out because of the radio activity. Yeah. And the family office. Waiting to be a few times said the he imposed of radiation that on his pilots. So the in theory, they should know have been subjected to too dangerous eleven radio activitating receipts to nausea does in the time that they will working over the ranks of the same time..
"bislett" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"You're welcome to do that. Looks like the indices are slightly negative right now on the open. The markets are open. Of course, this coming off the state of the union speech. We picked up a lot of optimism in the markets yesterday. As a result of the state of the union speech markets finished, very strong. We have five up days in a row. We'll see if we can continue that streak. We won't know towards until towards the end of the day. But right now for the most part things are flat. They're barely moving. Just slightly in the raid. So we'll see how things go. We are not going to get any real economic date of significance. That's going to matter much. We did get some numbers out on oil and once again, and we're we're wave four numbers they come out in a little bit. But right now as we look at API numbers, the API numbers are showing two and a half million barrels. Increase in stockpiles and one point seven million barrels in in inventories of. Distill gasoline one point one of distilled products so inventories up they're expecting their thinking, the EIA is going to show a rise of three point seven million barrels of crude and one point seven million barrels of gasoline. So either way we should be relatively stable as far as gasoline goes. So that's good news. We'll see how that goes. But EIA numbers coming out today. So I would be hard to imagine that we're not getting an increase that we would not be getting an increase in oil inventories. So this is going to be strong. You know, a little bit strong for gasoline prices. Having some stability a little bit weak for oil stocks as I would suspect. And I don't know what to take a look whether oil stocks are going to pull back a little bit on that news. Let me go to George George is calling us from Ohio. Hi, George, Dan. I just wanted to make a couple of comments, and then I'll talk radio broadcast yesterday where you talking to erupt night. And and might you might have a rough day. But I don't think I think the Lord of the buck. Oh, yeah. I. Eight minutes. Great job back you, and I was watching the state of the union speech to the democrat that even stand. Dan when cousin Crompton released the World War cue that aren't the d day. I know I did notice that is that is that right? I wasn't. I was painted wasn't paying attention. Well, the fan they're broadcasting fan and CBS morning news. The morning they should graphic ninety percent of the Republicans favored a speech that eighty two percent a independence favorite and thirty percent of Democrats favored that when Noah Donald read it off that ninety seven percent of Republicans favorite speech. Eighty two percent of the democrat democrat independent. And then let the Democrats who said she, and I told my wife, my wife, she do that. Because a lot of people are getting ready for work in the morning. They're not paying attention to the screen. They're listening. Yeah. You're you're you're hearing thumping, but the graphics are definite on the screen. I just. And then they showed Nancy Pelosi the faith and President Trump and Kenneth side occupied they show that get aside clap and slap like and her faith is like looking like glaring, and they had a Paul Reiser shown that but that just shows you the country. It is unbelievable. And you know, what I've never seen anything like expect I ever will. And I don't expect anybody twenty thirty years younger than me is going to ever see this kind of divisiveness again. I sure hope not, but it is absolutely horrible. But the one thing that is positive Georgia's that we are seeing I think I'm I feel like there are more. There are more Republicans. Now supporting this president I'm talking about on Capitol Hill. Supporting this president then were say a year ago or two years ago. It seems like they're starting to rally around his his good fortune. So to speak with the economy and such. So that's good. Nancy pelosi. President Trump stunk thirty five he pointed out to me. I didn't notice it the first time. I remember I've been live speaker didn't introduce the president of the United States. Yeah. You know, she did not. And it is the first time I noticed that. She did call things to order. But that was all and I I was expecting. That introduction. But, you know, great job, Dan. Thank you. I appreciate everything you do. And. I hope you have a blessed. Week fact, you Jewish I appreciate it. God bless thank you for your support. Eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three to go to Bill bill's calling us from North Carolina. Hey, bill. Hey, Daniel morning. I just wanted to piggyback on the comment that your last caller made when I was a kid the Democratic Party was it was pretty pragmatic. I there were a lot of guys. Dave scoop Jackson, and they were pretty pretty much in the tax cuts and all the rest of it. But it's sad to see it today. It looks like it's more than the picnic day at Bellevue, it just looks like a looney bin, and it it's just very sad for me to see what it's what it's help it slid downhill, but. Hope it doesn't go any further. But it doesn't look good. So anyway. This does not look good is right? But anyway. Stock that came off your Bislett. The next week heavily involved in lithium, and I I won't name it because it's still on your nine for twenty nine thousand nine list. And that leads me to my question. Am I still okay within having come off the bye list to be for the long pole? I just wanted to make sure I'm still on the straight narrow widow. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Once you get it. Yeah. You wanna you wanna keep it? But yeah, for sure okay. It just wanted to make sure. Yeah. For a real fast one sure I had inherited some years ago. Some Verizon and Cisco obviously like him for the dividends and whatnot. They're good on cloud. They just kinda stay pretty much steady. Eddie, but in the fifty two week range there kind of at the high end right now, it's always gives me the Hebrew GB. Look a little bit. Like their price pretty high at this point. And I'm looking at a couple on your list tonight. Just hold the they're good. They're good. Workhorses? But or should I let them go for for something that would be a little lower on the lower end if you will. Yeah. Well, I think that both of those socks that you mentioned are easy stocks to replace from an income perspective. Cisco. Two to three two and a half three percent dividend and Verizon pays a good dividend. I think it's it's over four and a four and a half south five four and a half percent give or take so both of those easy to replace. I I won't say Cisco Verizon, I don't have a whole lot of confidence in their future. They've got to do some some make some major changes wouldn't be something. I'd wanna hold for the term but Cisco a little bit different. They are working to try to regroup. We organize we expand by ask some other companies try to get a little diversification in their portfolio. So they're doing that. They've got a great RND program. They have a big big horn D facility in Jerusalem Tel Aviv in Israel. So they. There are a little bit more promising again, not Biblically responsible, but good good strong company. Okay. Okay. Sounds good audio long. Look at that. Dan, has always I really appreciate. All right. You're welcome. You're welcome Bill. Thank you. God bless eight four four seven seven fifty five thirty three. Let me get married Marion here from Louisiana, by the way. Our lines are open eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three. Good morning Mary. Good morning, Dan. How are you? Good. Questions. I am a partner. And I appreciate everything that you do. Thank you. I am trying to allow the allocation model, and I do have the tracker. I need preferring. But I noticed that on the Bislett here like. There and put it in more than one. Kimbler.
"bislett" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"You're welcome to do that. It looks like the indices are slightly negative right now on the open. The markets are open. Of course, this coming off the state of the union speech. We picked up a lot of optimism in the markets yesterday. As a result of the state of the union speech markets finished, very strong. We have five up days in a row. We'll see if we can continue that streak. We won't know towards until towards the end of the day. But right now for the most part things are flack, they're barely moving. They're just slightly in the raid. So we'll we'll see how things go. We are not going to get any real economic data significance. That's going to matter much. We did get some numbers out on oil. And once again, we're we're waiting for ya numbers. They come out and a little bit. But right now as we look at API numbers, the numbers are showing two and a half million barrels. Increase in stockpiles and one point seven million barrels in in inventories of. Distill gasoline one point one of distilled products. So inventories are expecting their thinking the a is going to show a rise of three point seven million barrels of crude at one point seven million barrels of gasoline. So either way we should be relatively stable gasoline goes, so that's good news. We'll see how that goes. But EIA numbers coming out today. So I would be hard to imagine that we're not getting an increase that we would not be getting an increase in oil inventories. So this is going to be strong. You know, a little bit strong for gasoline prices. Having some stability a little bit weak for oil stocks as I would suspect. And I don't know what to take a look whether oil stocks are going to pull back a little bit on that news. Let me go to George George is calling us from Ohio. Hi, George, Dan. I just wanted to make a couple of comments. And then I'll talk first of all her radio broadcasts yesterday where you talking it's to be a rough night. And and might you might have a rough day. But I don't think I think the Lord is. He did all. Yeah. I. Great great job back you. And I was watching the speech to the democrat did even stand on the Dan when cousin Trump introduced a World War Two that aren't the d day. No. I didn't notice that. Is that is that right? I wasn't. I was painted wasn't paying attention well fan, they're broad Catholic. He's okay. And CBS morning news. The morning they should graphic ninety percent of the Republicans favored a speech that eighty two percent of the independent favorite and thirty percent Democrats favored, but when Noah Donald read it off a ninety seven percent of Republicans favorite speech. Eighty two percent of the democrat. Democrat independent, and then let the Democrats who said she, and I told my wife my wife white she do now getting ready for work in the morning. They're not paying attention between. They're listening. Detection when you're you're you're hearing something, but the graphics are definite on the screen. I just you know, and then they showed Nancy Pelosi. The President Trump and kit aside occupied they showed that get a clap and flap like and her faith, wait like looking like glaring at him. And they had appalled there. I thought the shown that but that just shows you the device. It is unbelievable. And you know, what I've never seen anything like at all expect I ever will. I don't expect anybody twenty thirty years younger than me is going to ever see this kind of divisiveness again. I sure hope not, but it is absolutely horrible. But the one thing that is positive Georgia's that we are seeing I think I mean, I feel like there are more. There are more Republicans. Now supporting this president I'm talking about on Capitol Hill supporting this president then worse say a year ago or two years ago. It seems like they're starting to rally around his his good fortune. So to speak with the economy such so that's good. And the people who didn't even or deuce President Trump thirty five he pointed out to me. I didn't notice that the first time. I remember I've been alive. The speaker didn't introduce the president of the United States. Yeah. She did not. And it is the first time I noticed that. She did call things to order, but that was all and I I was expecting. That introduction. But, you know, great job, Dan. I'll thank you. I appreciate everything you do. I hope you have a blessed. Week fact, you Jewish I appreciate it. God bless thank you for your support. Eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three. Let me go to Bill bill's calling us from North Carolina Bill. Hey, Daniel morning. I just wanted to piggyback on the comment that your last caller made when I was a kid the Democratic Party was it was pretty pragmatic. I there were a lot of guys. They've scoop Jackson, and they were pretty pretty much in the tax cuts and all the rest of it. But it's sad to see it today. It looks like it's more than the picnic day at Bellevue, it just looks like a looney bin, and it it's just very sad for me to see what what it's help slid downhill, but it doesn't go any further. But it doesn't look good. So anyway. This does not look good is right? But anyway. There was a stock that came off your Bislett. The week heavily involved. In lithium man, I won't name it because it's still on. You're nine for twenty nine thousand nine list. And that leads me to my question. Am I still okay? With an having come off the bye list to be in it for the long pole. I just wanted to make sure I'm still on the straight narrow with all. Yeah. Yeah. Once you get it. Yeah. You wanna you wanna keep it? But yeah. Sure. Okay. I just wanted to make sure. Yeah. For a real fast one. I heard heritage some years ago. Some Verizon and Cisco obviously like him for the dividends and whatnot. They're good on plow horses. They just kinda stay pretty much steady. Eddie, but in the fifty two week range there kind of at the high end right now, it's always gives me, you know, they just look a little bit like they're price pretty high at this point. And I'm looking at a couple on your list. Should I just hold these? They're good. They're good. Workhorses? But or should I let them go for something? That would be a little lower on the lower end if you will. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I think that both of those stocks that you mentioned are easy stocks to replace from an income perspective. Cisco two to three two and a half percent dividend and horizon pays a good dividend. I think it's it's over four. And now that a four and a half south five four and a half percent give or take so both of those easy to replace. I won't say Cisco Verizon, I don't have a whole lot of confidence in their future. They've got to do some some makes a major changes wouldn't be something. I'd wanna hold for the long term. But Cisco a little bit different. They are working to try to regroup. We organize re-expand by some other companies try to get a little diversification in their portfolio. So they're doing that. They've got a great RND program. They have a big big or indeed facility in Jerusalem Tel Aviv in Israel. So they. You know, there are a little bit more promising again, not Biblically responsible, but good good strong company. Okay. Okay. Sounds good audio long. Look at the Dan. China's always I really appreciate it. All right. You're welcome. You're welcome Bill. Thank you. God bless eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three. Let me get married. Mary here from Louisiana, by the way. Our lines are open eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three. Good morning Mary. Good morning, Dan. How are you? Good. Ammo partner. And I appreciate everything that you do. Thank you. I am trying to get out the allocation model, and I do have the tracker. Yeah. I need. But I.
"bislett" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Engines, eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three to go back to the phones. We've got another hour and a half left, folks. Eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three to your car. We've got Jim. Let me go to Jim. Jim's conus James is calling us from Pennsylvania, James. Dan, I during the day. I'm doing. Okay. Thanks. Good eight, Dan, I've been a partner for a little over year now. And I can't thank you enough for your ministry about the opportunity to share with other, friends and -freshing. Apparent to put together, a biblical portfolio. So again, thank you. Thank you. Really appreciate it. At the end. Aching. I'm taking my our portfolio which. Lord over several companies into Konkan company company, and what I like to do is wrong with the Dan plant. I looked at the allocation model for my age. And between fifty five to sixty five. All this money is in an IRA. And currently fifty eight. And that I have is that allocation model trying to plug in the funds. And I started let me know. My thought started looking at the Bislett and then abroad. And the earth thing I looked at the yellow the. Were highlighted in yellow or blue. Start plugging in the fun and. Does that sound like the right approach to go with with? With this hour. Well, I think it definitely is the right approach. I I would just caution you when you're putting money, you know, if it's not on the list, don't buy it. So don't buy anything off the broad list only off the bye list. But I like the idea of of getting some of those foundational stocks. That's the yellow these are stocks that these are companies that are just good solid super solid, very large. You know, good. Good companies that I call them foundational stocks because it kind of companies you put in there, and you never sell them. You just you know. I feel very confident that over at seven ten year period, they're gonna do well, and they use keep them in there. So I like the idea of starting with some of those might be on the bias. I think that's a great idea. Blue our income stocks. It doesn't mean you can't add them. You certainly can the reason why they're highlighted in blue is because they for people that are using the income model, which you wouldn't use you shouldn't use which are not using. But the income asset allocation model that just kind of gives them a heads up of what to look for. So I have stocks have produced. Good dividends on the list. But they're not highlighted in blue because for one reason or another I don't consider them strong enough or consistent enough, or whatever it might be from an income perspective. So, but it's okay to have those in there because I have some like on the material. Side that industrial side that are both that are blue and foundation or the lettering might be yellow and highlighting on it is blue. It's hard to see that yellow. But that's that's fine. And I'll have a problem with that. So I think you're on the right track. Keep going slow if you need something to fill your a sector, and you don't there's nothing on the by list. Just wait it out. Don't go off the broad less. Just keep that money. You know, sit in the money market account until something shows up and then start to fill that gradually tried to work towards the next couple of years of having two or three maybe even four different companies in every sector. So with that in mind dull by if you have that five percent and energy. Don't put off five percent of your energy. Position in one stock if there's only one on the list, so just to give you some fundamentals there about that. Okay. Question. I'm here on.
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"Portfolio without. Rolled-over several company into. Company company, and what I like to do is wrong with the Dan plant. I looked at the allocation model a. And between fifty five to sixty five. All this money is in an IRA. And currently fifty eight. And the question I have is looking at that allocation model I'm trying to plug in the fun. And I started let me know what my thought process started looking at the Bislett and then abroad. And the first thing I looked at the yellow the. That were highlighted in yellow finds it highlighted blue. Bugging in those funds and. Does that sound like the right approach to go with with the barrow? Well, I think it definitely is the right approach. I I would just caution you when you're putting money if it's not on the by list, don't buy it. So don't buy anything off the broad list. Only off the bye list. But I like the idea of of getting some of those foundational stocks. That's the yellow these are stocks that these are companies that are just good solid super solid. Very large. Good good companies that I call them foundational stocks because they're kind of companies you put in there, and you never sell them. You just you know, you feel very confident that over seven ten year period, they're going to do. Well, and they use keep them in there. So I like the idea starting with some of those might be on the bias. I think that's a great idea. Blue our income stocks. It doesn't mean you can't add them. You certainly can the reason why they're highlighted in blue is because they for people that are using the income model, which you wouldn't use you shouldn't use which are not using. But the income asset allocation model that just kind of gives them a heads up of what to look for. So I have stocks that produce good dividends on the list. But they're not highlighted in blue because for one reason or another I don't consider them. Strong enough or consistent enough or whatever it might be from an income perspective. So, but it's okay to have those in there because I have some like on the material side that industrial side that are both that are blue and foundation or the lettering might be yellow and highlighting on it is blue. It's hard to see that yellow. But that's that's fine. And I'll have a problem with that. So I think you're on the right track. Keep going slow if you need something to fill your sector, and there's nothing on the by list. Just wait it out. Don't go off the broad list. Just keep that money. You know, sit in the money market account until something shows up and then start to fill that gradually tried to, you know, work towards the next couple of years of having two or three maybe even four different. Companies in every sector so with that in mind dole by if you have five percent in energy don't put off five percent of your energy position in one stock. If there's only one on the list, so just to give you some fundamentals air about that. Okay. Question here on your preferred let. At eight twenty four. Sample. Doc in buy and do you have to hold the first time? So so the preferreds are primarily for income that they're for people that are using the income, and yes, you buy and you never sell them. There's only two ways that you could take a loss on your preferred is you tried you sell when it's down or they go bankrupt. That's that's it. At some point in time. They're going to get called now. Some of them have a state is called date. Doesn't mean they're getting caught on that date. They may not get caught for ten years. And they might be have a call date of next year. It's just there continuously callable you could buy today, and they could they call it tomorrow. So it really is kind of a meaningless date. But nonetheless. There continuously callable, but they may never get called. I mean, I had a preferred utility stock in my IRA som- some years ago and. It was paying significant dividend because it was old back when interest rates were high and they. Thirteen years never got called. And so all the gain. I was getting on. It was from the income was producing. But never got called the end, frankly at the price that it was paying. I wouldn't. I didn't care if it ever got callers opening never would. But. So they're not something you you're not going to sell them. You're not going to take profit on them. You're not going to sell them. You buy them. You put them in the portfolio. That's the end of it. And when they're called you'll notice you don't have many more, and you've got all the money now sitting in your money market account. So they get caught at twenty five dollars. The preferred always gets called at the par value. So if you pay twenty three and it gets called tomorrow, you're going to get twenty five if if you pay twenty six and it gets called Tamar you're going to get twenty five so twenty five dollars a share. So sometimes it's the par value fifty sometimes seventy five sometimes it's one hundred but generally most of the ones on my list are are twenty five. And you can only buy into these. If you look into taking it come out. Yeah. There's no reason to own those. There's no reason for somebody that is looking to grow their portfolio. There's no reason to do that. I just read an article this morning. The Wall Street Journal Kalkin about what's happening to prefer in Europe. And. But they were they were talking about it. Now, maybe Europe's differ. Maybe people do. So do it a lot different there? There are people. I know there's partners of ours that own because they like it because it's just kind of conservative position. There's nothing wrong with that. But I just I I I don't want anybody to expect. To make money from it in any other way. But the five percent that it's paying every year. So you can look at it say, well, you know, what I know. I'm going to get five percent every year that is true. But I I don't want to be a look at it and say because if you're if you're buying it for that reason, then you're going to tend to panic when it goes down, the nineteen dollars a share, and you're going to be thinking. Oh my gosh. I got stuck and you're going to call me. And I'm going to say, what do you have any for income, you're going and you're going to say, no. And I'm going to say well shame on you. Don't call me. You should know got it. So I'm just giving you just giving you a heads up. I'm looking out into the future. But if you buy it for income, and you say, oh my gosh. It's down to one nine dollars a share. I'm going to say who cares? You're still getting your income. And it's not gonna change because you bought it for income to supplement your income. You're taking that income every time it it. It's paid and you're making that income no matter what that share price is. And worst cases, they never call it for the next couple of years, and you're getting all this income, and it does get. Get called you're going to get twenty five. So. That's why I kinda give you the heads up on that. Yeah. Maybe. Not a good comparison. But it would be like a step better than like say a ladder CD approach. You mean for for conservative like cash you want? Well, the need that cash future say ten years. I mean, I guess it would be better. It's safer. It's never going to go down in value. So the ten years from now. You know, you're going to have your your when you're wanna get rid of it, you get to dictate when you get rid of it because you're gonna get your principle back, plus whatever interests you've earned so from that perspective. It would be better. Yes. It would be better than than preferreds preferred prefers are pain a little bit more, but ten years from now, you might still own that preferred, and it might be nineteen dollars a share. So now, you're faced with why I need the money. I'm going to have to sell it. I wouldn't want you to do that. Gotcha. Lost money in ten years. No, you wouldn't have lost money even in nineteen because for ten years you've been getting the income. So I'm just saying from from a safety perspective. The CD's would be better. Very helpful Dan feedback. Alright james. Thank you for your partnership, you art. I will. I wish you all the best. God bless. Folks,.
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