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"bob pate" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"June with my son Ryan where the page no pain no gain financial rate it's time for the weekly no pain no gain market update with the team at Payne capital management here in New York City good morning this is Bob pate chief investment strategist European capital management my good friend inclined to colonel sent me a great article this week asking the question on everyone's mind with over a hundred thousand US deaths from code nineteen with a five percent decline in first quarter GDP with nineteen thirties depression era joblessness and with protest rights including in major cities why are the markets going up the common response of course is that the stock market is not the economy this observation is very popular technically true and often useless as I said last week history doesn't always repeat but it often rhymes as I remarked the rally from the lows in March is very similar to the rally we experience from the lows way back in two thousand and nine this article gives three reasons why stocks arising first economy is not broken as it was in the Great Recession when the U. S. housing market collapse today we have a government do shut down for a public health problem where jobs are not lost but simply furloughed until the economy re opens second just like two thousand and nine recession is being met with unprecedented monetary and fiscal stimulus with.
"bob pate" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Four B. L. A. N. N. Y. C. it is about pain and hanging out here in June with my son Ryan where the page no pain no gain in ancillary it's time for the weekly no pain no gain market update with the team that Payne capital management here in New York City good morning this is Bob pate chief investment strategist European capital management my good friend and client the colonel sent me a great article this week asking the question on everyone's mind with over a hundred thousand US deaths from code nineteen with a five percent decline in first quarter GDP with nineteen thirties depression era joblessness and with protests riots and looting in major cities why are the markets going up the common response of course is that the stock market is not the economy this observation is very popular technically true and often useless as I said last week history doesn't always repeat but it often rhymes as I remarked the rally from the lows in March is very similar to the rally we experience from the lows way back in two thousand and nine this article gives us three reasons why stocks arising first economy is not broken as it was in the Great Recession when the U. S. housing market collapse today we have a government do shut down for a public health problem where jobs are not lost but simply furloughed until the economy re opens second just like two thousand and nine recession is being met with unprecedented monetary and fiscal stimulus with similar results in the stock market but with some unique impacts on our economy what the author says maybe the weirdest iconomi ever with the physical economy shut down many of us are living in a nineteenth century like economy where we work we clean and we cook at home with our children and our pets meanwhile the digital economy has been pulled forward as if we're already in the twenty thirties third the housing market which caused the Great Recession and the bear market two thousand eight is not only not collapsing but doing just fine new home sales are up we're each applications are higher and in most states construction was considered an essential business and didn't miss a beat anecdotally I was able to sell my home in Florida this past month thanks to digital technology the transaction occurred without the buyers the sellers the lawyers or the real estate agents ever being physically present in the same room everything was done online the message is clear the economy is all ready recovering we're positioned to do so although consumer spending is down personal income is way up surprising the market this month with a ten and a half percent increase in April as the author of this article states if you are confused about the economy I don't blame you but I don't want you to be confused when it comes to the markets I want to be crystal clear every dip in history every bear market has been temporary and recovery inevitable don't like your confusion over the economy cause you to miss out on the gains that come in a big booming bull market now if you're sitting there wondering do I have a portfolio appropriate for this economy do I have a portfolio appropriate to my goals well why sit.
"bob pate" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"L. A. N. N. Y. C. Hey this is Bob Payne and I'm hanging out with my son right paint yes we are virtually and we're the pain no pain no gain it's time for the weekly no pain no gain market update with the team at Payne capital management here in New York City good morning this is Bob pate chief investment strategist here at Penn capital management squawk box is a popular morning financial news show featured on CNBC whose name is derived from the intercom speaker system or squawk boxes that brokerage firms use to enable the firm's analysts to communicate with the company's brokers back in my formative years at Merrill Lynch my first order of business every morning was to turn on the skwawkbox and listen to Dick Hoffman the chief investment strategist and his team many times his advice was very simple I had a really deep accents so I apologize ahead of time but what he used to say because he said it this way he said still acts will help flown balloons in Boones well L. perform cash to buy stacks pretty simple right but not always correct there are times where bonds actually outperform stocks over ten or twenty year period but now is not that time this week we're to communist Jeremy Siegel announced that the forty year bull market in bonds is over the bull market that started when treasury yields were fifteen percent that now only yield less than one percent and if you factor in inflation return on bonds is actually negative now I don't know of anyone they can achieve their financial goals with a negative return from their portfolio so what can investors do for income well how about a portfolio of blue chip stocks that not only have paid a dividend for the last twenty five years but have actually increased their dividend each and every consecutive year they're called the dividend aristocrats a portfolio of blue chip stocks like Procter and gamble Johnson and Johnson Donnelly recently raised their dividends but their case have a record of consecutive yearly increases that stretches over sixty years now portfolio of dividend aristocrats yields over three percent today that's three times or three hundred percent more than what you get from.
"bob pate" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories
"With you? Boy, it's the middle of the night urgent. Telegraph Mr. Clayton from plumber Ville must be from John. No telling what trouble he's gotten into down there. I can't find those blasted spectacles reforming. We'll you William H h Clayton stop John shot in Plummer Ville. Stop come at once. If able what was that give it here? Oh my God. This killed him by the time. William Clayton arrived in Plummer, Bill on January thirtieth Americans across the country were unfolding their newspapers to discover that a US congressional candidate had been assassinated, although far from a household name, William's, brother. John had gained public notoriety due to his particularly tempestuous campaign for Arkansas's second seat in the house of representatives. He had lost to the incumbent democrat Clifton Breckenridge. But when reports of flagrant election fraud in Conway county reached John's ears. He had decided to investigate John Clayton. Had been in Plummer Ville. A city in Conway county looking into the election when a shotgun blast came through the window of his boarding room, killing him instantly. William was still processing the news of John's death when he stepped off the train into plumber Ville. He was directed to the edge of town where a crowd of onlookers was. Still gathered around a small one story boarding house. He was disturbed note, the ugly jovial mood of the crowd, which grew more hostile as he made his way towards the house, excuse me. Please let me through, please just where do you think you're going? This is a crime scene. I'm well aware. I'm here to collect my brother's body, another Clayton. I thought you lot would've learned your lesson by now. Excuse me. What's your name, sir? I've half a mind report you to the sheriff sheriff Shelby's out of town at the moment. So who's in charge here that would be me deputy Oliver t Bentley at your service all be running the investigation until the sheriff gets back. Well, last just. Wait. Did you say your name was Bentley? William must have been shocked to find his brother's crime scene being managed by Oliver. Bentley. The prime suspect in the ballot box robbery that had determined the course of the November election to make matters worse. When Oliver's older brother, George attempted to testify against him. Oliver, Bentley shot George dead then claim the shooting had been an accident. Bentley shouldn't have been able to walk around freely. Let alone be the lead detective in an assassination that he was likely responsible for yet. Bentley's involvement was only the first indication that something was amiss with the investigation into John's death. William was greeted at the boardinghouse door by its owner, a widow named MRs mcraven. She directed him to the back room which was dimly lit to the blanket, that had been draped over the shattered window by all accounts. It was a grisly scene. The body had been moved to the side of the room out of the large pool of blood on the center of the carpet, a folded blanket had been placed beneath the remnants of John Clayton's head. He had been nearly decapitated by the shotgun, blast with no help from the locals William hurried to remove John's body from plumber Ville as quickly as possible bringing it to Little Rock. Meanwhile, the investigation into John's murder continued under the leadership of the man who should have been the prime suspect. Oliver Bentley organized a coroner's jury of his friends to search for in review. The evidence all were wealthy Democrats many with histories of election fraud as rich as Bentleys. One member of the jury was Bob pate, the owner of a dingy saloon, where the white Conway county Democrats were known to gather painted organized the poker game during which the Republican election Judge Charles wall had been nearly killed after he claimed to have recognized Oliver. Bentley's voice among the ballot box thieves. Painted spent the bulk of the eighteen eighty eight election. Intimidating black voters away from the polls, two years earlier in eighteen eighty six he had been involved in another brazen act of ballot stuffing, Bob pate and a friend had staged a mock fight in the middle of the polling place, bystanders hurried to get out of the way of the scuffling men, who somehow managed to knock over the ballot box and scattered the votes across the floor when the fight ended and the scattered votes were gathered again, a hundred new ballots had mysteriously made their way into the pile. Oliver Bentley chose this man and others like him to make his coroner's jury it should come as little surprise that such a group found almost nothing value at the crime scene. The only clues they reported where some gun powder on the window, sill through, which Clayton had been shot, and a set of footprints frozen in the mud outside the boarding house. The tracks appeared to have been left by two men wearing rubber boots when that looked old and warn the other brand new with this extremely limited amount of evidence. The coroner's jury determined that John Clayton had been killed by unknown persons. Conway county Democrats were eager to leave it at that, but the rest of the country was not. So ready to move on the American public was captivated by the flagrant murder of a congressional candidate and millions wanted answers while the public couldn't assist an investigation, they could ensure that John Clayton became a celebrity in his death. Five thousand mourners attended his funeral in pine bluffs, so many that his family chartered a train to transport them special attention, was paid to the fates of John six children, who were now orphans in the wake of their father's assassination, ultimately John's brothers William and Powell would each adopt. Three of the children, the publicity was a source of embarrassment for Arkansas Democrats overnight, the political violence, that had plagued their state for decades was thrust into the national spotlight Democrats and Republicans across the country took every opportunity to condemn, the heinous crime newspaper headlines once again, recounted the events of the tempestuous fraud-riddled November election, the Kansas house of representatives insisted that congress step in to restore order in Arkansas, and urged them to declare martial law in the state if necessary on February second, the US house of representatives began make. Plans for a congressional investigation into the election and murder. John Clayton's family was not satisfied with the speed at which things were progressing as soon as their brother had been laid to rest in pine bluffs. William and Powell started talking about John's killer..