17 Burst results for "Bruce Bonds"

"bruce bonds" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:04 min | 4 months ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on WGN Radio

"For millions of people who are the mainstream media had told nothing about Ukraine Hunter Biden's corruption's the million dollars You got Bruce Bond, Communist China with his deals. I think one of the pandemic and the and the shutdown the lock down, which I think it was bad science because usually an epidemic you quarantine the sick, not healthy, any race. I do think you know this is a opportunity for a really awakening. American people are seeing That the communism the You know, the Maoists. Black lives matter who founders are Overtly clearly Moloch as they claim it on the website. We're seeing in the streets that this is violence, destruction of cities in the burning of the city of Democratic Cities with mayors, saying We're not going to the peaceful protesters. Finally, the American people are seeing with their own eyes. And the Awakening is occurring because we're realizing that we don't want to live under communism were not a socialist country. I think people are going to reject this. Finally, the left has gone insane. They've gone off the cliff. They've done so in a way that the Democratic Party is now a Communist party. In reality, and American people are seeing it and they're not gonna want to live that way. Well, and that you know, goes back to maybe the answer is voter fraud. You know, it's whereas we're talking and that's Ah goes back to the front of it. I too, was very glad to see the Google searches. What dismays me. As you know, we're all these fact checkers who manage at best, They'll say it's a half truth, but usually they'll just they'll just say it's a lie. And so what? Good rally We've had 2020. It's been a year of just complete chaos. Of course you should not come. I wrote a book on the plan to remove Donald Trump. For the presidency, and Donald Trump read it. And it's an important book because it shows that you know the Russian collusion morphed into the Ukraine and the impeachment trial that morphed into Coben locked down all the democratic seat, still want to be locked down to destroy the economy and hurt Donald Trump. And then we see Auntie Fong Black lives matter is not a racial justice movement is radicalizing race to create conflict. We see that now on the streets, every one of these so it will end up in the voter fraud. It's going to be conflict and chaos throughout the entire year. But, you know, I always said about Donald Trump. I think he's more of a godly man he's ever been I do think he's got the hand of God on his shoulder. And I've always said about Donald Trump. He always looks like he's gonna lose until just before he wins. I think it's going to be the same this year. Well, it's certainly going to be an interesting I won't say 35 days because like you, I believe this is winding up in the Supreme Court. I'm talking to Jerry Corsey, and you're welcome to do likewise. Give us a call. 8888765593 88 88 Rally on W G N a radio And now a game of commercial chicken. Brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go. So, um Have you noticed how everyone's grammar is completely awful now? Like, you know, the texting and the Hello, Els. Whatever.

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on Arty Farty

Arty Farty

07:01 min | 6 months ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on Arty Farty

"It's. The. Thanks for calling. Jet Would. She has to get dressed on. Of Blouse welcome to. HOUSECALL. My name is Shawn at on GonNa? Find some people to help and say your all some questions these episode where answering the question. Do you have to get dressed up to go to the Opera House? What a great question I wanNA. Do you have to wear a dress if he going to address rehearsal or need to wear a swimming costume? If you go to see, handles wanted music. What do you think? Well today's guest is someone who is always impeccably dressed and he's going to help us answer. The question Hillary ruined. My name is Bruce Bond. To Guide at Sydney Opera House Hi Bruce thanks for helping us out. Can You answer this question? Draft Pick. Wonderful question and I have been asked that so many times just imagine for someone's come from. Kim Cantrell I've come from never high that come from training have come from far Western Australia Tasmania. London Paris all over the world. Have come here and then they said they discover. Just. Yeah pump! Kids what about ninety six story treehouse that's not operating. And, then the question is, but can I come. I didn't bring my best clothes with me all the way from overseas and interstate. Of course you can come, you can come as you. We are thrilled to have you here. That's the thing it's about is about loving performance. It's about loving outbuilding, but also about lovingly shows and and getting something out of that experience. It's not about who stops fishy to come to the opera. House, if you want to, people do fabulous. It's a be the Palais and the Orchestra's. That's more likely where you'd see people dressed up. You do not have to set, please come, relax and enjoy while some people like getting dressed stopping frocks or suits too special gigs. You can really wear anything comfortable to just about any GIG. At the Opera House, so Bruce would g cy them that the Opera House fit everybody to enjoy Oh. Yes, it's definitely for everybody. The Opera House Has So many evince on that. There is something everyone any any week. You'RE GONNA find. Children's plays dance contemporary, classical opera, or just about everything comedy festivals. There really is something for everybody and we Saami different ways to experience show at the Opera House. Do you think everyone experiences the building the same way I'm GonNa, give you a couple of little stories to tell you about the sorts of people who come here and sometimes don't realize that they could and get something out of it. Took a group of people around who were. who were deaf deaf since birth? And they were getting a little older in live amid never been here and I took them on A. Washroom to there was a rehearsal of Sydney symphony. Orchestra and they went in the. Two of them were in tears. As we came I'm what I'm getting. Goosebumps telling you this if They both said they could feel the vibrations of the music than never felt that they could really get or understanding orchestra. They couldn't hear the notes, but that since on their chest, the vibrations of the music and they just suddenly it is for me I. They couldn't believe it. I've taken people around again. Who being blind since birth and others who visually impaired y'all perhaps not just listening to Annabel smelling the food restaurants whatever it's touching, it's a very tactile building. You run your hands walls, and they had. That is going to tell you a story about how it was built the era. Why it? It was built. The was because the roughness tells you better area of concrete, and the fact that you know it's. The architect wanted it that way, so they can feel sevices as well so there are those really special pops at the opera, house, which makes it such an extraordinary booming. It's great that the building could be shed. Everyone and I imagine one of the best things about taking people around the upper house is when everyone feels like they can be included in experiencing show as well. Bruce shows like that. You know there are a couple of people in the to Department who've trying to do special. Descriptions so that if you could only see a bit of what's happening, onstage was bright, but you can't see all the action. You can hear it, but you can't see. They've been trained so that they can describe what's happening. Someone toes moving across the stage. But. They pause just that make the people can hear the the to speaking all the singer seeing whatever it is, their job is to explain what's happening, so it brings it alive for them and similarly, if if for instance you. Can See the states perfectly well, but maybe you have an issue with hearing. We can provide a ostlund land as well. As land is Australia's own sign language. It's so great that show is if the Opera House include everybody or at Bruce last question. What's your favorite thing about? How upper house my favorite thing! About acid neo. Five that. Let me work here. Well, it's the people with. But there's the people I meet as well. He come here because. You know it's. This building represents so much all over the world. Busiest. To. People coming anymore in the country it's the most recognized moving in the will give you. That you can then place, but you I say really on top of the people I work with. Because if you can see in my voice, a sense of excitement and delight. Everyone else we can. Here's his will so there you have it. You don't have to get dressed up to come to upper house because everyone is welcome and there are many many different ways to experience the building and the shows in it. and. People like Bruce Who Work here love making sure that everyone gets to enjoy the building as much as they do. Hope. You've enjoyed listening to Faris House coal. We've got plenty more questions to also saw one day soon. We'll see you at our house. The Sydney Opera House by for now..

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

10:22 min | 1 year ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"A sitting Israeli prime minister has been charged with a crime that's a huge story out there are rand's internet blackout has now entered its fifth day as the government continues to restrict citizens access to the web amid protests over fuel price hikes according to internet mapping nonprofit net blocks the rants connection begin to drop in the city of mesh hard on Friday evening disruptions increased the extent and severity to create a near total shut down across multiple cities and they're not happy about it as a matter of fact there got a friend who's a rainy and lives in Los Angeles and he tells me that the situation in Iran is very very tense let's check in with Dr Jerome Corsi Jerry what do you think what are you hearing about the Iranian situation you wrote a book called of course atomic around it measures that was back in two thousand six seven worried about Iran were and reporting on it for all these years I think the crisis again he has the potential of the green revolution out in the streets the gas prices have increased the more laws the the religious leaders who are ruling around have not managed economy well and of course with the impact of the sanctions that president trump has imposed on Iran Iran's tried a war on the shipping the oil shipping in the Gulf I'm not sure whether rand's gonna do next but I expect is going to be a very dangerous point right now I think so too and give us an update what's the latest on that story you brought to us earlier this week on the blocks that you are our recommended replace the wall along the Mexican border it sounds called Carol block T. R. A. B. L. O. C. K. and it's produced by a company called has go HD SCO George we have now proposals in front of the a president and a jury Kersh are also the Palmer homeland security so it's it's advancing if people would take a look at this on the internet you see this is a system that's used by the military to do rapid deployment a perimeter defense out it's a mobile system that can be put in the border we do the entire borders secured by election day for under a billion dollars in this proposal is gaining I think in Washington do you think the impeachment inquiry would slow down things like that I'm not sure George I think the impeachment inquiry by Adam Schiff really suffered some setbacks this week especially when ambassador Gordon sound land did not testify as expected by Gordon of expected by Adam Schiff there was a quid pro quo that there was going to be a demand by president trump to have a investigation of this Bruce bond and hunter Biden son of vice president Biden in order to release the aid that was promised to our Ukraine the aid was released before there was any investigation started on Aug hunter Biden meetings that occur between president trump and the president of our Ukraine who is out so let's ski so it's very difficult to see all these investigations are really going to go anywhere it's hard to see any real hold back in anything like aid which was granted I think the the air if the they were very boring these hearings were terribly boring by Adam Schiff and I don't think the American public is in favor of impeachment this point with an election just about a year away speaking of that election I want you to circle your calendar and make yourself available to beat on the program with me that night as the returns or the results are in if you would would you join us at night I'd be delighted to George's great honor to be with you and I really enjoyed it over all these years we've been together I think on the show fifteen years or more that keeps growing thanks jury will talk to you with way before that election night to well everyone experiences that occasional lost weekend were in no plans come together and we find ourselves sitting at home in lieu of or a fun night out on the town right order a new survey of two thousand adults finds that many people are dealing with social isolation regularly in all they say one in five respondents say they're typically lonely on a Friday night nearly two thirds say they sometimes feel lonely over the weekend well that's wrong we have coast to coast for you folks just turn on your radio no matter what day will always have somebody live on the program a sexist starship rocket proto type experience a major failure during pressurization testing the video from the scene in Texas so the top part of the vehicle rupturing cryogenic propellants that were being loaded up the time dispersed across the facility in a large crowd a large cloud it was very serious situation Davenport heads up the national you'll for reporting center and appears weekly on our program and he's got a report for us tonight Peter what do you have for us Georgian my report tonight maybe a first for me my doing a UFO update just as a meteor shower in this instance the monasteries is or unicorn meteor shower is occurring over the midwestern United States all I have to add this one to my UFO resumen perfect and touching for just a moment on old business last week I presented to cases that involve the trembling or vibrating of people's houses and alert coast listeners sent an article from the Yakima Herald which asserts that the artillery practice it takes place on the Aqaba firing right range during cold weather is thought to have an effect experience by the witnesses just why the temperature may cause that effect is unclear to me George but we may have solved the case however the second such case involving the young lad in Vienna Illinois who November fourteenth sell this house vibrating as he watched a disk shaped craft fly overhead remains unexplained first case I'd like to talk about comes from corner Maderas it timber on area just north of the Golden Gate Bridge on this gentleman raises sees a musician he writes it on the fifteenth of November last Friday he with those of a cluster of very intensely bright golden colored circles diversity thought they were just when they turned they appeared to be cylinder shaped like a can of beans don't have any reason at this stage to necessarily believe it's UFO related but if anybody has an explanation for that phenomenon I'd love to hear from them second case I'd like to share with our audience George's from the fort Davis Marfa Texas area for Davis of course the whole of the famous McDonald observatory there mark for a famous for its so called Marfa lights but the gentleman right said on the sixteen in the afternoon of the sixteen sixteen hundred hours or four PM he was driving with three other people and they saw a cigar shaped object hovering over the distances Texas desert they drove by and why they didn't stop I have no idea I'll try to resolve that with the witness but very unusual looking objects hovering motionless third case I'd like to share comes from Idaho young woman right said on the Sunday night the seventeenth of November she was accompanying her boyfriend news of freight hauler long long haul truck driver then they saw a cigar shaped object with red flame pouring out the rear of it goes streaking overhead they saw it for about two seconds they estimate if we have any truck drivers who were in that area last Sunday night you saw the same thing we'd love to hear from them we'd love to get a report and my final report comes from Jekyll island George Reid spot I reported one from this that island in the past but the birthplace of the federal reserve of course the gentleman who works on the airport whose experience in watching aircraft reports that on the eighteenth the afternoon of the eighteenth of November make that Monday I guess he saw two cigars troopship craft streak over the airport doing the estimated two hundred and fifty to three hundred knots at an altitude of what he estimated to be approximately two thousand three they certainly both in unison dropped to about five hundred feet there's a shop to the west and disappeared from his sight the leaves just disappeared from his sight the second one flew to the rising and disappeared from his sight as he was watching that but lot of stuff going on and just in closing then administrative point for those people who follow our website we should have an updated over the weekend is grossly out of currency just today we finally identified the computer problem we've been having for months and we should have the website updated over the weekend with over twelve hundred new reports for Peter in a circle your calendar like you to talk to Tom about the being now with us on thanksgiving night for your reports next week if you would can't believe it's already thanksgiving coming up wow up next Steve Quayle joins us the noted writer and researcher he's going to update us about the Yellowstone caldera about another fault line he's been following in the Pacific Northwest and much more coming up next on coast to coast AM.

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

13:25 min | 1 year ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"We're going to be talking about one of or probably V youngest director to premiere at Tribeca. We're gonna talk a little bit more about Apple's releases at WW DC last week, all that tech news and ask no film school, and probably a little bit a witty banter this week on the no film school podcast. Everybody. The week of June fourteenth twenty nineteen no film school podcasts again. George and Charles and the first story this week, we're talking about. And yes, we know we're talking about our weekly. But we both have kids, so we don't get to watch things as quickly as everybody else gets to watch things. But we have to talk about it because, frankly, it is the TV event of the year, much more so than I think, game of thrones ended up being in the end, and that is true noble, the five episode mini series on HBO. So if you haven't seen it, it is a five episode miniseries. It's written by Craig Maslin, if you don't know who Craig Madison is his most famous for being Ted cruises college, roommate, that's actually not true. He's a famous writer who's written many, many things and he's very, very good. And you should watch noble. And appreciate his artistry. He was also Ted Cruz college roommate so turnover is a classic HBO miniseries style show. Yes, we're in the middle of peak TV, and we're seeing a whole lot of like very new stuff that's happening in new forms. But this. Actually, really classic HBO it reminded me of some of the original like ninety s HBO stuff. It is very much about, like big themes and telling a true life story, and a lot of things that, like I really associate with very classic storytelling, and the cinematography and directing is phenomenal. But it is really the script that drives the whole thing, this screenwriting is just astounding. Some of you screenwriters out there are probably going to addict a little bit. There are few scenes where they definitely speak, the theme allowed if you don't know what we mean you know, every script every good script has some sort of fem- or point or like overarching thing, it's trying to say, if you hit it too hard on the head, it, can, you know, there's a spectrum of how articulately you want to say the theme. Right. If you're making an after school special, and those of you who are really young remember, these back in the eighties, these have these after school specials, and like on a on a zero to ten like zero would be no one. Could ever possibly? Yes. Or understand what the point was, and ten is, you're saying that the Milad after school specials would definitely say that the allowed of, like g Tommy, maybe you shouldn't try drugs zero on that would be something like Ulysses. Yes, sink when we're talking about things like a TV show or mini series. The idea isn't to obvious skate theme. You wanna put that out there people want to be able to figure out what something's about. So to me Chernobyl doesn't hide its. And look you can read about on, on no film school. You can read about a lot of the screenwriting, and I don't know. Correct. Pronunciation is named Craig Mazin, but he has done a podcast with script notes. And it's just dissecting how they put this thing together. And one of the coolest things about the story, the main. Making of. Is that his screenwriting resume? Let's go over a couple of things he's written there's, there's been a meme going around about this, too. He wrote hangover part to hangover part, three huntsmen winters war. Rocket man scary. Movie three scary movie four superhero movie. The reason this is funny is because these are broad comedies to put it mildly, and not in the same sub genre, or vein or spirit as this devastating depressing nightmarish, HBO mini series. And yet, he has pulled this thing off beautifully like you said, writers and creatives are capable of so much more. And there's the range, maybe so much greater than we think, because the opportunities may not have allowed them to stretch. Their wings. This is clearly one of those things have, like a talented writer who was, maybe not always booking, John. Jobs to their full potential getting a real like grind about a specific subject. And doing a lot of the research, also, I wanna say, like this is not a ten on the scale of spelling up theme Unas zero to ten this is like a five. Oh, yeah. Very much alike. Here is the theme. We are laying enough but the characters are very finely drawn and so engaging and specifically stone Skarsgard and Jared, Harris as a scientist, and a bureaucrat dealing with the crisis are so, well crafted, and have such great arcs and the reveals are so rewarding when they come everyone in life has been tasked with cleaning up someone else's mess. And there's just this beautiful way in which like they just get to it where the art. Here's the mess, and we're in it, and it's such a human thing where you're like, all right? Well, it's the mess. If we don't clean it up. No one is, it's a very engaging character trait. They share where they just get to it. It's something that really happened. It changed change the course of history, certainly it arguably brought down this union in, in some ways, like it certainly at was, so financially costly for the Soviet Union. It made it difficult to continue. And it was I think you could say part and parcel of a lot of the problems. Go on one of the things that fascinates me about that. First episode, I can't believe all these first responders. For example, all these people didn't immediately know how awful it was to see an accident at a nuclear power plant, and I suspect on some level, that's the suppression of information, but on another level, I think it just changed the world in terms of our knowledge of what kind of dangers these things posed. I'm old enough urine old enough to remember the USS are feeling like you know, we, we played as kids on the playground that we were in fire jet shooting gun, Reuss keys, yet, and yet, they were. Are the big dark, bad guy? And they had this accidents like I was in rural, oh, annoy at the time and I definitely remember it as being like that's terrible. But I also remember, like, sort of a sub text of like, well, yeah, but, you know, never happened in America because we're better, I think there's still always a well it's not going to happen, and it's not it's not going to happen here or it's not there's reasons that could never have it. But look Flint Michigan doesn't have clean water. I mean, there's a lot of ways in which it's about how a government handles a disaster that how government communicates with its people, and what news is real or fake, not to bring up that thing that it is about what it was originally inspired by fake news and are changing relationship with truth. And like, that's the thing is like every historical movie is always a commentary on the time in which it's made, right? You, you look Lawrence of Arabia, and lords Arabia's very much about, like some events in the nineteen twenties. But it is also really about America in the nineteen fifties. Sixties ending Lind, and like those issues are playing out. And like, you know, I suspect that they're very comfortable with the fact that her noble is very much about Chernobyl and Keven PI in the eighties and Moscow. But it is also very much about what is happening in the world today. Facts, the way in which that are communicated, the way in which the facts are manipulated in order to present the truth, that powerful people want as opposed to actual ground. Factual truth is a really powerful theme in the story. Yeah. I mean we have to come in on the cinematography the directing, and the acting and the music. It's phenomenal. And also would super amazing and sort of interesting. Is that like in Lithuania? There is a turnover sister nuclear power plant that is still standing so they were able to shoot in Lithuania at a power plant that looks very much like Chernobyl did that was recently commissioned by the EU and in Lithuania. They're also free standing apartment blocks. Now there's some historical inaccuracies but like you, you're. You're still watching it the whole time. And you're just like flabbergasted that this world still exists to shoot in. I mean, honestly until I did the research after the show. I was convinced because I don't watch the making of episodes as they go, I wanted to wait until the end to watch him. I was convinced that a lot of it with CGI. There is some CGI in the explosions and whatnot. But even that is. So, you know I so understand it and it's so good. I heard someone say I envy, anybody who hasn't started it yet. Like get into it. Enjoy it. It's, it's masterful work. And I would also just add, it is oddly enough. It is about Chernobyl but it is one hundred percent about America right now. Yeah. Absolutely. All right. Well, that's a great conclusion. A good time to pivot to topic number two. One of the big posts in the last week was an interview with Philip yeoman's, who wrote directed and shot burning Kane a Tribeca winning debut feature. And here's the crazy thing. He was sixteen years old when he got started on this. So a teenager who won Tribeca with his first narrative and the story just kind of gets crazier from there. We have an interview up on the site with him about it. People have loved it largely because this is, you know, this is one of those stories that's proof that you can just say, hey, I want to make this movie. I want to tell this story I have access to a camera, and I don't need a whole lot more. And he pulled it off and winning Tribeca is. Winning the narrative competition is quite an achievement. And so one of the things that I would highlight about this is that he shot it, he wouldn't reveal the budget. But he said it was less than Blair, witch, and he shot it with about two to three other people in eighteen days with five days of pickups, he had help in casting Wendell Pierce played the lead who you'd probably, remember, from the wire among other things. But you know, they got an Airbnb. They went out to a rural part of Louisiana, and they shot this movie. And the movie is a, I guess, a personal story to some extent, but it's something that had sort of represent Representative of his experience. With religion and it's you know haven't seen the movie yet, but the story is amazing. And I think it's again, a testament to we, we live in a time, where you can with just your phone really you can go out and you can shoot a feature, and you don't need a whole lot, and he got help finishing and post he contacted beasts of the southern wild director Benz at Lynn who was a fan of his ideas and his work and helped him get access to post production facility. So these things don't ever really happen without bringing on certain names. It's harder if you can't, but it's still a great story. And I think that, but it's not like he had like a family connection, depends, and he literally cut a trailer from this footage and sent it to bend Zetland on Instagram and bends at Lynn checks, his, I don't know. You messages on Instagram which, like good for him because I don't check those messages. That's a really good point. Yes. But like he checks it. He liked the little sizzle. Trailer. That was cut together and Bruce, bonded to an Instagram like he slid independence Benz EM's in talk in internet, speak one that I wanna point out about this and also Xavier grow bay, the French Canadian director who also made a feature. I think he made his feature at eighteen so a little little old long in the tooth for his debut feature compared to this guy. But I really want to give a shout out in both cases both stories involved some intervention from high school. Teachers, I teachers don't always get the appreciation they deserved. But in both these cases, students in their high school classes wrote something that had something in it. That was like real an interesting and engaging and in both cases, some form of mentorship and encouragement came from that high school teacher. He was in a film program at the New Orleans center for creative arts. But yet he had a story, he wrote a script, and I guess it was like for short, and he never. Shot it and the teacher said you should make this feature. And in his own words, he became obsessed with the idea of doing that. I can't give a shout out to high school teachers without giving your out to Ruth, Fishman, Richard mckenry art teacher in the ninety s and the two thousands very encouraging to me in my early progress gave me a compliment that was so complimentary. I initially thought she was kidding. And I still think about it twenty years later, because it's had a big influence in a lot of the direction of my career. So thank you Ruth, Fichman and all of you, high school arts teachers who are encouraging wide variety of.

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"Besides just lowering the risk in going into bonds and cash they ended up things like hedge funds, managed futures and structured notes and all these. Other things that maybe they didn't know what they're getting themselves into. And they definitely have lagged on the upside probably in a much more meaningful way than they anticipated. So with that we're going to get right into the conversation with Bruce, and we'll see you on the other side. We are sitting here with Bruce bond president and CEO of innovator ETF screws. Thank you so much for coming in today. Thanks for having me. So one of the problems with a lot of the products that are designed to protect the downside is that they can't survive the upside. So talk about these buffer ETF's that you've created that that came out to market how do they allow them to survive in a bull market? You know, the great thing about these products versus a lot of the other products that are out there that promise to protect or buffer you toward the downside is that you know, they have to have a switching mechanism or they have to have something market timing in there to allow for that. And it looks great on paper. But then when it really when you're invested in it, it doesn't work out quite like that the beauty of the defined outcome products. Is that you can look at them the day, you invest, and you can understand looking forward into the future. Okay. If the s&p five hundred does this from this point, I'm going to get this on the upside. And I'm going to have this amount of buffer on the downside. So invest. How do you do that? Well, how do we do how we do that is with an options basket that is customize and is using flex options and options are really just very simple their their custom option, and what they allow you to do is they allow you to have a specific start bait and a specific indicate for each of the options there's about seven eight options within each of the portfolios. And so they start on the same day and they finish on the same day or they expire on the same day. And then they will roll into a new set of options on that expiration date, and we'll continue for another year. So it's it's a it's an option specific that set up that gives you a certain amount really how it works. Is it gives you participation in the market one to one. And then we add in a buffer on the downside, I protection, and then, but there's a cost for that buffer. Well in order to pay for that buffer. We have to sell something on the cap which capture upside in order to finance the buffer. And so that's how those two levels really come into play. So you have. Best way to think about it is you have a certain amount of options that give you the upside of the market one to one on the market. And then you have another option they gives you the buffer the protection on the downside. And then you have another in in order to get that you have to sell a cap on the upside and cap, your upside in order to get the downside buffer. So that's basically the idea of the portfolio and of the options package that are put together to do this view. So who is the when you created these obviously, there's different levels, and there's different buffers in each of the products move and go through a little bit. But who's the ideal client or investor for these strategies the way we were trying to think about it is? So you have stocks and bonds kind of in a maybe a barbell is this position to be in the middle somewhere. Is that kind of the idea or is there a certain specific investor? You're trying to target here. What's the what's the ideal client for this? Well, I think what we're finding the people that are attracted to it are really across the spectrum. You know, seventy five percent of investable assets today are in primer tyrant and retirement hands right now. I mean, there's this huge cloud of assets at the end of their and they're getting. Ready to retire? So they can't afford a substantial downtick in the market and recover. They don't have twenty years to recover. You know, they might have ten or fifteen years left on what they've got..

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

Ear Biscuits

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on Ear Biscuits

"But we we we actually both got our kids electric guitar. You got Lincoln when I got locked one. Now. I I went with I went with locked. So he could pick it out. Yeah. So that's what you Lincoln had already seen as we went. We picked out the guitar that he wanted. He wanted a telecaster form 'cause I'm not going to get him. An actual telecast are to like the the preliminary version of the telecaster the squire telecast and that we got the approval self before he moves to the big leagues. Did you do when you were at the the tar shop? Did you see the Jaguar? The Fender Jaguar in same thing. I it's like a squire Chad apron over let no that's what we ended up getting be what Jaguar Jaguar is it made by Fender. Yeah. It's a it is a shape that you would recognize that I think is a little diff- like jazz master. No, it's just a different. It's just a different shape. It's got a few more bells and whistles not that it necessarily does anything said all the same price. They're all in that Odom squire range, but I knew that you had gotten the telecaster I'm thinking about turning my garage into a. Like a garage band. Yeah. That's what it looks like. Yeah. That's the that's a that's a jazz master body mocha same thing, then but it says, Jack, Lauren cool colors. We almost got that one. But that one was more expensive, the people know more than me, probably wrong. I it was we got like a candy apple red one in a you got him an app, I'm thinking about turning the garage into. Yeah. Got an app which amp did you? Good. Fender the one that has a Bill the stuff built into it. Like sounds. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The same end. It was like a hundred bucks could. Okay. I got a better. Oh. Oh. It wasn't that much more expensive. But it wasn't hundred bucks. Maybe I got the same end. But I just got a better deal. Okay. All right. Yeah. But but you're gonna turn. Did you hide it snow? Well, there you go. I didn't I I. But the most exciting gift that that I got was for shepherd though because shepherd as you may recall on the good mythical more more in a well in in in episode. We went over the filling in the blank on Christmas list. But then give them the more. They went over there list. And I watched that back. We watched that back as a family because I was like Sheppard have you watched the show that you on yet? He was like no this is like a week after it'd been out. And so we sat down Jesse and shepherd, and I watched shepherd on the show. And then we watched good mythical more. And that was when I realized that, oh, you know, when he went through his Christmas list that was actually a real thing. It wasn't it. Yeah. It wasn't just for entertainment purposes. That's the way I think about the show. It's like we had these conversations. Oh, there's they're not like world application. We said we're going to do this. But we're not right. You you don't really like would you exactly? So. So I. I told on. Okay. Just tell me because I remember what he he said wanted into snake? I remem- an did you get him a snack? I got a mistake. Well, because Jesse was like he was like she she he she saw him mentioned snake. She's like, oh, you still want a snake? He'd been talking to her about high wants to snake. And so I don't I kind of thought Shepard was just being shepherd when he said, he would I don't mind snakes. And I thought that this might be an opportunity for him to get a little Bruce bonds ability or something you have to take care of the snake? So I'm I'm sure the snake appreciates that. I learn responsibility or kill on, you know. I mean, you you gotta weigh. You gotta weigh the the pros and cons here. I've I'm going to step in and take care of this cold blooded animal as needed. You gotta snake. Yeah. So we got a so first of all how you wrap is Nate..

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"FM Hello there Ethan how are? You. Buddy Good how are. You I'm great thank you for asking? So how, can. I help you bro Well a guy I. Used. To date who's? Now married. Woman over the weekend. I got a nested on Instagram him So here's the message Hey it's Him. His name I've been, stationed overseas but now I'm back to civilian life living in Laguna for a while to. Catch up let me know in, your, face And. I haven't responded because I, have no idea what to say I'd be like nothing. Good can come responding, but you know I don't I don't wanna be rude I followed him on Instagram and. I know he he is so Oh. He's so you dated him, was he married when he dated him So you dated. Him, when he was not married. Then he got married to a woman All, right this is a complicated situation so You don't wanna be rude and. I don't think you have, to be rude I think you can respond but I think you need. To be clear your intention when you responded I don't think. Your intention. Is to get involved with. Them Right I think his. Intentions might be to hook up based on the kissy face Yeah So I, mean tiny, shaken? Right I. Don't I'm not a big believer in. Me, no I don't think you need to blow him off and not respond to. Me the guy was clearly representing our country. Overseas? Right and you clearly had a relationship with. Them so there's no reason to to be rude or not, respond but I think you have to be very clear in your response that you're not open to being with him while married if that's your. View Yeah yeah I. Know that kids too Yeah I think you ought to be very. Clear. So. They don't cause a problem Thank you Thanks. For calling Okay to now he's going to do, the absolute opposite but at least he, heard us out I don't think it's rude. Not to respond if somebody sends you a message in its insinuating something and you see that they're married and. In their. Interrelationship I really I do not think that it's rude if you don't respond is just, kind of saying, I'm not interested and there was a kissy-faced like. There's no reason I just feel like. It's more respectful they. Had a relationship I think it's more respectful just to say I'm so glad you're safe and back home and I, just need you understand it's not okay, that you know we communicate like this or. That we get together or whatever it is you want to say but I'd rather him respond than not bonding. Opening opens. Dorothy said your intention has to be very clear right just a few days ago you, were you were, telling Tanya not to send a message to her. Ex boyfriend and now you're telling Ethan. To send the message No it's not different it's totally different tiny was going to, send a message out of the blue she was going to originate the message out of the blue to her ex boyfriend who's. Married to say hey I'm over you. Whereas this guy, did reach, out after being overseas to Ethan and, I'm? Saying shut it down I'm saying Bruce, bond and shut it down totally different shut down by telling the wife, hey your husband sending me messages more I think I wouldn't. I would appreciate if a woman came to me and said, hey you know, someone's always sending. Me messages like can you think Ethan has. One response. And that is I'm glad you're, safe, and home thank you for serving. Our country Yeah this is not for me, you know or you've made a choice and I wish, you luck and that's it and. Be done and not respond again That sounds like that guy's gonna. Send, a message back to eat, say well, you know this that then them back but then stop but I I think it's totally appropriate to be clear All.

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"You could be, you could say, you could dominate the conversation. Certainly, I, our that uses what happens, but what what's going to end up happening is going to be like, you know, you have to call me down. I'm gonna start rambling too much talking over you and you guys are gonna give me that look like slowdown there captain. Yeah, that's going to happen. Yeah, slowdown, captain Joe Thomas tomorrow, Matt carpenter, the cardinals in Brooks KEPCO, which is on the program. What did you learn today? For instance, allied are once. Had Jim rice on the Neath Jimmy's going to charge them out in Benjamin to a pretzel Jim rice was one of the more intimidating guys. I never even asked him for an interview like he was that intimidating even though I wanted to ask him. I, I didn't even go up to him. Like, nah, now I'd rather not. That's okay. Mclovin. Would you learn Bruce Bowen what ability him around quite two years ago, but not now? Yeah, I thought Bruce bond, you know, he had some good comments there. He said, look, I'm just being honest. I'm supposed to be honest as an analyst and in cost me an opportunity to stay with the clippers paulie, Matt Ryan, and the falcons does not have a subscription g. q., no, probably not getting one anytime soon. Seton O'Connor. What did you learn today? West Virginia, quarterback will will. Greer doesn't bench no doesn't bench that could cost him Heisman. That could it could. Yeah. I think that fan bases around the. The monster, the bench, press bench Frenchie. What did I learn? You learned that we'll grew thinks he can change a diaper before the play clock expires, pretty incredible there. What we learned brought to you by rogue go rogue Calloway the road driver experienced the power jailbreak technology, the road driver at your golf retailer, visit Callaway golf to count. Thanks for the phone calls, emails, tweets, the all around support. It's been our pleasure to serve you whatever state of mind we've been in do it again tomorrow for seen paulie, fritzy mclovin yours. Truly, this has been the Dan Patrick show. Newdow podcast, one, amber rose and Dr Chris are asking all the hard hitting questions. Had sex with over two hundred women, and that's my number. I don't even know it. Everything you need to know about relationships, self empowerment and taboos of sexuality. All it gets back. You know, I always say, if you're a girl and you wear socks and you have sex with someone, you don't respect them.

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Seven kiss FM Hello? There Ethan how? Are you. Buddy get how are. You I'm great thank you for asking? So how can I? Help you bro Well. A guy I? Used? To? Date who's now? Married to. A woman over the. Weekend I got a message on Instagram So here's. The message it says hey it's Him, his, name I've, been stationed overseas but now I'm back. To civilian life living in Laguna for awhile would lead. To catch up let me know in. Your face I haven't. Responded because I have no, idea what to say, I'd be like nothing. Good can come responding, but you know I don't I don't. Wanna be rude I followed him on Instagram and I. Know he he is his life Oh he's so. You dated him was, he married when, he dated. Him no so you dated. Him when he was not, married then he got married to a woman All, right this is a complicated situation so You don't wanna be rude and. I don't think you have, to be rude I think you can respond but I think you need. To be clear your intention when you responded I don't think. Your intention. Is to get involved with. Them Right I think his intentions might be. To hook up sounds like you're based on the kissy face Yeah So I, mean tiny, shaken? Right I I. Don't I'm not a big believer. In I don't think you need to blow him. Off responded. Me the guy was clearly representing our country. Overseas? Right and you clearly had a relationship with. Him so there's no reason to to be rude or not, respond but I think you have to be very clear in your response that you're not open to being with him while he's married if that's your. View Yeah yeah I know. They've got kids too Yeah I think you ought to be. Very. Clear. So they don't cause a problem Thank you Thanks. For calling okay to now he's going to do the, absolute opposite but at least he heard. Us out I don't think it's rude not to respond if somebody sends you a message and it's insinuating something and you see that they're married in. Their interrelationship. I really I do not think that it's rude if you don't respond is just kind, of saying I'm, not interested and there was a, kissy face, there's no I think I just feel like it's. More respectful they had. A relationship I think it's more respectful. Just to say. I'm so glad you're safe and back in home and, I just need you interesting it's not. Okay that we communicate like this or that we together or whatever it is you want to say but I'd rather him respond than not ending opening. Opens the. Door I said your intention has to be very clear right just a few days ago, you were you, were telling Tanya not to send, a message, to her ex boyfriend and now you're telling Ethan. To send the message No it's not different it's totally different tiny was. Going. To send a message out of the blue she was going to originate the message out of the blue to. Her ex boyfriend who's married to say hey. I'm over you whereas. This guy, did reach out after being overseas to, Ethan? Saying shut it down I'm saying Bruce, bond and shut it down totally different shut down by telling the wife, hey your husband sending me messages more I think No I. Wouldn't I would appreciate it if a woman came to hey you, know so is. Sending me messages like you think Ethan has. One response. And that is I'm glad you're, safe, and home thank you for serving. Our country Yeah, this is not for me you know or, you've made a choice and I wish, you luck and that's it and. Be done and not respond again That sounds like that guy's going to send. A, message back to eat that, and say, well you know this that then him back but then stop but I think it's totally appropriate to be clear All right Los Angeles..

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Seven kiss FM Hello there Ethan how? Are you buddy Good how are. You I'm great thank you for asking? So how, can. I help you bro Well a guy. I. Used to date? Who's now. Married woman over the. Weekend I got a message on Instagram So here's. The message it said hey it's Him, his, name I've, been stationed overseas but now I'm back. To civilian life living in Laguna for awhile would lead. To catch up let me know when. You're face And I. Haven't responded because I have, no idea what to say I'd, be, like nothing good can come, responding but you I don't I don't. Wanna be rude I followed him on Instagram and I. Know he is like oh he's So you. Dated him was he, married when, he dated. Him no so you dated. Him when he was not, married then he got married to, a, woman All, right this is a complicated situation so You don't wanna be rude and. I don't think you have, to be rude I think you can respond but I think you need. To be clear your intention when you responded I don't think. Your intention. Is to get involved with. Them Right I think his intentions. Might be to hook up based on the kissy face yeah Yeah So I, mean tiny, shaken? Right, I I. Don't I'm not a big believer in. Me, no I don't think you need to blow him off and not respond to. Me the guy was clearly representing our country. Overseas? Right and you clearly had a relationship with. Them so there's no reason to to be rude or not, respond but I think you have to be very clear in your response that you're not open to being with him while he's married if that's your. View Yeah yeah I know. They've got kids too Yeah I think you ought to be. Very. Clear. So they don't cause a problem Thank you Thanks. For calling Okay to now he's going to do, the absolute opposite but at least he, heard us out I don't think it's rude. Not to respond if somebody sends you message in its insinuating something and you see that they're married and they're. In a relationship I really do not think that it's rude if you don't respond is just, kind of saying, I'm not interested and there was a kissy-faced, like there's no I think I just feel like. It's more respectful they. Had a relationship I think it's more, respectful just to say I'm so glad you're safe and back in home and I just need you and, understand it's not okay that you know, we communicate like this or that we get. Together or whatever it is you want to say but I'd rather him respond than not ending opening opens the. Door so I said your intention has to be very clear right just a few days ago, you were you, were telling Tanya not to send a message, to her ex boyfriend and now you're telling Ethan. To send the message No it's not, different it's totally different Tanya was going. To send a message out of the blue she was going to originate the message out of the blue to her ex boyfriend. Who's married to say hey I'm over you whereas this guy did. Reach out after being overseas to Ethan and I'm saying, shut? It down I'm saying Bruce bond and, shut it down totally different shut down by telling the wife hey your, husband sending me messages I think he's still right No. No I wouldn't I would appreciate it if a woman came, to me and, said hey you. Know someone's always sending me messages like think. Ethan has. One response and that is I'm, glad, you're safe and home thank. You for serving our country Yeah this, is not for me you know or, you've, made a choice and I wish, you luck and that's it and. Be done and not respond again That sounds like that guy's going to send. A, message back to eat that, and say, well you know this mad then them back.

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

Christy Wright's Business Boutique

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

"Tips for your home how to build your social media answering business questions for other creatives because the people i coach right now they're all creative business owners so they're all makers dwyer's the type of people that are watching chip and joanna hdtv every night that's my ideal client so those are the types of things that i'm trying to give on my social media and really work hard at building the relationship and in addition when i'm doing a facebook live i'm trying to answer questions i'm trying to respond everyday to people on my facebook page now i can't respond to all of them with three hundred fifteen thousand followers and sometimes my facebook lives will have two thousand people watching me live so i can't comment to everything but i can try to go back and spend time every day responding to a few people and you would be shocked christie how much of a blessing that is well let me give you an example i know one time idea i'm do on instagram this was a year ago before we knew each other in real life and when you messaged me back it was like i hit the lottery that day i'm like oh my gosh christy wright does screen shot and it to my friends 'cause you believe and so i know the same people sometimes do that when i respond to them on my face and so i think as business owners need to remember that to whom much is given much will be required and i think it's a requirement to actually love on your community and when you love on your community you'd be shocked at how they will show up when you have something for sale how they will tell other people about you and what it is that you do for a living but it's because i've worked really hard to foster that relationship with them and so that means answering emails on occasion that means answering questions on some of the podcast i do that means bruce bonding to dm's on instagram all of it matters and i think that in today's business world if you cannot set aside an hour to two hours a day for social media you're missing it you're missing it because the social media's what's going to grow your business okay so i'm glad you said that because that was going to be my next question i want to ask you what i know our listeners are thinking and let's let's speaks the mom you said you have some of these women your coaching there that they are running a fulltime operation they've got a brick and mortar store maybe multiple locations and.

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"Retired because the shots leader the championship i is interesting because jason kidd and his second stint with dow's wore number two you know left mavericks are not great circumstances where he told him they is going to resign there was actually the nixon a little bit better i'm backing out on new your they signed darren collison to replace him calls warranty is whole queer ask for it and the the mavericks equipment manager big al whitley was like no you're not getting number two that's jake kids them we're not giving that thing away so maybe maybe the cavs need to to hire equipment a little bit more juice and i thought that kevin durant and the thunder having away kevin durant number was petty to to two way i right yes i'm just guessing in cleveland the equipment guy they probably just don't renew him once his contract is up and the equipment guy in cleveland has been around for decades marquette mun and buzz i just i don't know maybe a long contract maybe i'm wrong maybe i'll get mocked for this but i just i think he should have his number retired there i don't think anybody else you look if you deliver if you're one of the primary reasons a franchises loan championship is delivered steps have your number tired just like jason dariush nabs number retired dallas he was never an all star he should have his number retired here this is the the bruce bowen philosophy right guys that were to to the franchise the reason bruce bond that was so great then he retired his number was because nobody ever retires number for defense players just one of my favorite things pop did that guy got his number retired he was a great defensive player by the way he could have great defensive players in san antonio i did think it was interesting that rc buford spurs general manager talk in the median i kinda dug his heels in you know coen family meal auto organization into unity well none of us would wish we are where we are we're going to do what we can to to build the best the best relationship we can with them and we'll explore all of our options but the first one would be to do what we can't keep quiet part of our group.

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Reached between israel and the palestinians is it really that dramatic well basically the palestinian leaders accused the us of showing bias to israel and they have rejected it as a broker in the peace process they only want a peace plan they say that is based on the two state solution this long held international formula for peace whereby an international palestinian state would be set up on the borders that existed before nineteen sixty seven and they say the what has happened with donald trump moving his embassy recognizing israeli sovereignty over jerusalem even though he has said he doesn't define the boundaries of israeli sovereignty well they say that this is rewarding extremists it shows the dialogue hasn't worked and so therefore it undermines the palestinian leadership in that way as well bruce bonded ulan nil just as we were recording this podcast ceremony marking the opening of the new us embassy in jerusalem was beginning and we'll have more on that as well as the latest on the palestinian demonstrations in the next addition of the global news podcast partial results have been emerging from iraq's parliamentary elections with most votes counted ablock headed by cleric muqtada al and sutter and another led by a militia leader where ahead suggesting the prime minister hyder alabama's governing alliance was running third it's the country's first election since the government declared victory over the islamic state group last year but turnout has been low yalta hakeem is in baghdad and explained the resurgence of mcdonagh asada this is a surprise comeback for someone who was a staunch critic of the united states and his militia were accused of launching many attacks here in baghdad on american troops in recent years he's also been a critic of iran so really is a huge surprise he's supporters were celebrating into the early hours of the morning from center city and in and around baghdad so what will be really fascinating to see is how.

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Reached between israel and the palestinians is it really that dramatic well basically the palestinian leaders accused the us of showing bias to israel and they have rejected it as a broker in the peace process they only want a peace plan they say that is based on the two state solution this long held international formula for peace whereby an international palestinian state would be set up on the borders that existed before nineteen sixty seven and they say the what has happened with donald trump moving his embassy recognizing israeli sovereignty over jerusalem even though he has said he doesn't define the boundaries of israeli sovereignty well they say that this is rewarding extremists it shows the dialogue hasn't worked and so therefore it undermines the palestinian leadership in that way as well bruce bonded ulan nil just as we were recording this podcast ceremony marking the opening of the new us embassy in jerusalem was beginning and we'll have more on that as well as the latest on the palestinian demonstrations in the next addition of the global news podcast partial results have been emerging from iraq's parliamentary elections with most votes counted ablock headed by cleric muqtada al and sutter and another led by a militia leader where ahead suggesting the prime minister hyder alabama's governing alliance was running third it's the country's first election since the government declared victory over the islamic state group last year but turnout has been low yalta hakeem is in baghdad and explained the resurgence of mcdonagh asada this is a surprise comeback for someone who was a staunch critic of the united states and his militia were accused of launching many attacks here in baghdad on american troops in recent years he's also been a critic of iran so really is a huge surprise he's supporters were celebrating into the early hours of the morning from center city and in and around baghdad so what will be really fascinating to see is how.

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We look at the inflows and outflows a spy we actually look at it as over a longer period of time so it is true we had some large outflows in february but that actually followed unprecedented inflows in january and also large inflows in december so if you look over that three months time period right to the end of february we actually had net inflows of over twelve billion dollars into the product but you mention institutional usage and that's why i joined state street and when we look at institutional users we're seeing lots of new users coming to the market but as a use spies their comparing spy along its efficiency which is a very efficient product hence our ability to have these large chretien in redemptions an in a single day but also to superior liquidity spy is the most liquid equity in the world by multiples and as you're saying on very vault days were actually seeing more liquidity centralizing on spy particularly so institutional users will actually look at that efficiency look at the liquidity but also compare the total costs of holding of spy verse other products in the marketplace not just etfs but also other likeproducts derivatives futures options and so when market conditions change they prefer these the static costs of holding of spy versus other products so we expect our institutional clients to actually use our product tactically and different times all right or thanks the cats wave from seat global advisers and of course bloomberg's seropositive as well coming up we speak with bruce bond at the cofounder of power shares and the current seal the innovators capital management the etf founding father tells us about his the latest etf park at lured him out of retirement and wanting to keep that caught are checking this week our colleague lisa von with shout out to lisa pointing out that i here's barclays bond funds saw the most inflows on record since its inception this is etf iq are you interested in a challenging and exciting career one.

"bruce bonds" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"They worried about the planet but what they they really wanted to do was just raise your taxes so they could act more money and now that they don't have that money they're coming up with new ways to to get that so all you people who bought hybrids all you people who bought tesla's or chevy bolt sir chevy volts in wanted to avoid the gas tax by getting an electric car now they're figuring out how to get some tax money out of you to on a per mileage basis it sweet isn't it michael in woodbridge your first up on wmal what do you say michael now with general contractor northern virginia aimed at twenty thousand miles a year uber because they bruce bond that iron i've pair burn mike not only will you be but you only npr idea or better and therefore you not dining after you arrived the or whatever else you're paying for migrants that's the nature of yeah it is and think about all of those other commercial vehicles you see on the road michael because you're not the only one and think about amazon and think about ups and think about fedex and think about all of that where it is all that costco or northern virginia and one of the questions jones on the planet who regarding the economy and everything chain we're out there every single day on the big problem is not iraq wiping your arrived of act will bring your words all that you're right about that and that's certainly another topic but i procedure jumping in here but michael raises a good point see my first focus are discussing this was about you you poor commuter who have to drive to and from work just because you know you decided that you either can't afford to live right here in the greater metropolitan areas so you've got an hour commute let's say you're coming in.

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"bruce bonds" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bruce bonds" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Station talkradio six eighty wcbm baltimore and wcbmcom president trump's appraising the united nations for a change on chris foster fox news the president on twitter writes about new economic sanctions against north korea over its weapons programme justcompleted called president moon of south korea very happy and impressed with fifteen two zero un vote on north korea's sanctions secretary of state rex tillerson says direct talks may be possible down the road gerd provocative action of our launching ballistic missiles forces stronger servers send us just stop off launchers that north korea in a statement says it will launch a thousands of fold revenge against the united states over the sanctions is it a big deal the grand juries are looking into russian election meddling and possible contact with the trump campaign will not necessarily says deputy attorney general rod rosen stein doesn't say anything about the likelihood of indictments because we conduct investigations and we make a determination at some point and of course the investigation about whether charges are appropriate and he tells fox news sunday host chris wallace any of our investigations chris involved the use of the grand jury it's appropriate way to gather documents sometimes you bring witnesses end to make sure that you get their full testimony it's just a tool that we use like any other tool in the course of our investigations and it was rosenstein who appointed special counsel robert muller in may to lead the russia investigation chicago mayor rahm emanuel says he's filing a federal lawsuit today against the trump administration over its plan to block grant money to sanctuary cities that do not cooperate with immigration authorities a justice department spokesman bruce bonds with all the murders in chicago it's tragic but the mayor is less concerned with that that he is spending time in taxpayer money protecting criminal aliens and putting chicago's law enforcement at greater risk tropical storm frank ones out over the caribbean national hurricane center says by wednesday it could become a hurricane and hit mexico fox news baron balance.

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