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The Trish Regan Show
"carol ross" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show
"Maturity. It would have been fine, but on a market basis that went down. Okay, really quick. We're going to do a little Bond math here, just a quick little lesson for anybody who's wondering, why is it that when yields are going up, the price is going down, explain that phenomenon? Yeah, because basically, if you could go out and buy the same duration or a shorter duration bond and get a higher yield, there's not going to be as much demand for that Bond in the current market. And they don't have to pay the face value until the ten years are. Right. Right. So it's just basically. Yeah, and typically what you would see is that you would get a higher yield to hold that money for ten years as an investor. Because you're taking on more risk and, of course, what we won't get into the inverted yield curve stuff that we're dealing with now. But it does bring the point and this is the other accelerant that happened here is the other side of the fed equation when the fed raised rates and people have their money sitting in deposited cows and they're getting one or 2% on their money, but they could park it in a very short term treasury and get like 5% depositors like I'm just going to do that. So they started pulling some of their money. The economy is going a little bit sideways so they might need more money for working capital. So the other side of this is as the fed was raising rates, there were more people who pulled their deposits than the bank had projected based on a normal baseline. So the fact that there were depositors that needed that money and that money was tied up for the ten years, except for if they wanted to take a loft, that was that mismatch. So the fed backdrop of playing God with the economy that created the scenario and then the management's bone headedness of not appropriately assessing risk, going to do something they thought was low risk, but again, not thinking about it. And don't even get me started because one of their risk management officers over in the UK seemed to be more interested in making sure they were ESG compliant. We're going to have to do another conversation on that one of these days, Carol. But she was obsessed with making sure they had all their LGBTQ stuff and that they had a mental health blog. And I'm like, was anybody looking at the portfolio to think maybe there was a way to hedge? Just the possibility, I might get some inflation in the future. So okay. The fed did what it had to do. So theoretically, the system's been saved and yet we got a market that's tanking today. Why? So I believe you're referring to some issues with another bank, which is Credit Suisse. And these things are all related going back to easy money and the overall kind of wonkiness of the financial system. Or I should say, I guess jankiness is even better than wonky in this particular case. But the reality is an Credit Suisse has been a mass for a long time. My guess is that up until this point in time, people weren't that concerned about it, but now that everybody's attention is laser focused back on the banks because we have this ten U.S. situation in oh, by the way, you know, we have these banks that have been within the crypto arena as well that have also had major issues. So there are kind of these different bastions of issues that now, oh look, we have another issue. The credit Suisse is different. And I think in some ways actually, maybe Credit Suisse worries me a little bit more because then I start to say, well, what other balance sheets look like? I certainly don't want to see a repeat of 2008. And I hope that those liquidity stress tests are strong enough. Credit Suisse says they are. They said they're not having any issue with liquidity. They always say that. Now that it's going to look like they're causing a bank. A collapse where somebody has come out and, you know, people are worried about it. And the day or two before, but yeah, boy, we're really a big trouble here. I'm not feeling real good. We're going to throw a Hail Mary, but it's about 50 50. They're always like, oh, don't worry. We're liquid. We're great every single time. So, you know, so you don't buy and you're smart not to. There was a CNBC commentator who did buy it to weeks before SVB went down. Jim Cramer was saying this is a great buy, blah, blah, blah. So look, I think it's really important to kind of cut through the noise, figure out what's going on. Credit Suisse says they're fine, Carol Ross says they're not. Why not? And can this spread? So I have not spent enough time digging into Credit Suisse to say they are or they aren't other than just following them for a long time to say, this is a bank that I wouldn't have touched with a ten foot pole. By the way, there are a couple of others, Deutsche Bank, being one of them, and I know it's one of the big banks here, but just based on their own lending practices and history of corrupt behavior Wells Fargo. And that's just my own personal opinion. I don't like any of those banks. Okay. Not to say that I think that wells necessarily has an issue. I just think they have other issues if you know what I mean. But Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank are two that have had all kinds of exposure to all kinds of weird products, which again is different than what we were talking about with Silicon Valley bag with this treasury being locked up. And not to make mistakes like the other folks do who go on and say, oh yeah, everything's great everything's bad. I haven't done enough research to be able to specifically say how bad of a thing. That's fair. I mean, I think a lot of people were hopeful. So the Saudis have a big stake in Credit Suisse, but they're limited. They can't take on more than a 10% stake, and they're already at 9.99 something. And so there were some hope that maybe the main shareholder there from Saudi Arabia would be able to help them out here by taking on more ownership or doing a stock buyback. That's not the case. I guess my question to you would be, how much of this is psychological at this point? I mean, we know Credit Suisse was having problems before any of this other stuff. And it's not, it's not entirely related related in terms of sentiment, perhaps, but I think that these are different reasons for having stress that these institutions. Should we be worried about other institutions, other investment banks, which we know do take on more risk than the regionals so I always say over what time frame because, you know, are we talking about this.
"carol ross" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"So I am Elise booth as he just said, the host of the truth with Lisa booth. Filling in for my friend Dan bongino. It's been an awesome show. So far, we got to speak to my friend Carol Roth a little bit earlier about the economy and how badly we've been lied to. They all said it was going to be transitory. It was going to be short lived and now we're dealing with inflation to a degree. We haven't seen in quite some time. So clearly, the experts are lying to us. And what we really need is just to go back to some good old common sense, right? I think we've sort of seen the death of the expert class. During COVID, all these losers telling us things that never ended up being true. I mean, how many times does Anthony Fauci lied to us? Now they admit things like they didn't really think the vaccine was going to stop the spread all these different things, right? So they're all a bunch of liars. And we saw that during COVID, we've seen it with all this stuff. You've got the media lying as well. They're basically telling us that Carol Ross said this when I interviewed her for my podcast. Now you've got the media telling you, don't believe you're lying eyes. Basically, bread lines are a great way to meet your neighbors. We saw during the riots in 2020 of George Floyd's CNN with a fire behind them and the red fiery, but mostly peaceful. So don't believe you're lying eyes, right? Just live in this distorted world of this weird reality that they're trying to get us to custom to. Don't believe you're lying eyes. And what it really comes down to if you think about it is we're honestly at a war for truth right now. You know, that's part of why I named my podcast, the truth with Lisa booth. I mean it rhymes. So that helps, right? So you get the rhyming aspect of it. But really just believing we're in this war for truth and getting really frustrated during COVID about all the wise we were being told about the media just pushing hysteria and that's why not only do we live in this distorted world that the left wants us to live in, but the censorship, right? I mean, how many times does YouTube or Twitter knock someone off for simply telling the truth? I like to say yesterday is conspiracy is today's truth, right? Like a river back in the day when you couldn't say that COVID came from the Wuhan lab despite the fact it was a super four laboratory and there's not many of these in the world and they just so happened in Wuhan at this very laboratory to be working on back coronaviruses, but no, no, no. You are crazy if you think it came from the lab. Don't believe you're lying eyes. Don't believe what makes sense. Believe us. They're the government. And they're here to help, right? So, and if you look at when we've been talking about China's communism, communist takeover of Hong Kong. But if you look at authoritarian regimes and you look at these people, you look at communist regimes, they take over the media, they punish dissent. Because if they can dictate what you can and can't say, you are officially owned. If you live in fear of what you say, are you actually free? I mean, are we free right now? Do you feel like you can go out and speak the truth? I mean, we saw what happened to Josh hawley when he dared say the truth of what we've been taught our entire lives that only women can give birth. Now it's birthing people. And it's interesting because I was doing some research today for the show and there was this Russian historian. I'm probably going to butcher his name. I'm notorious for this, so my apologies. And he highlighted this aspect of just when communist regimes take over how the truth is always the first thing to go. And he wrote about the rise of Vladimir Lenin, and he said this, the Soviet language became the most important means of preventing people from requiring more knowledge than the state wished. Soviet speech lost its freedom, the language was put together out of slogans and quotations from the leader. So the crushing unquestioned authority of the leader's word is the result to a large extent of his right and power to name the enemy. So he just goes on to talk about how this is the whole point, right? You go in, well, first of all, you go in, you get rid of a free press. You push the narrative, and then you punish, oh, okay, so we've got Blake masters on the line. I think I gave him the wrong number. So I apologize. I'm still new at this, you guys. I'm getting there. So Blake master Senate candidate in Arizona. Blake, I'm sorry about that. But I wanted to ask you, I'm sure you saw that exchange with Blake Holly and the law professor, right? Oh, yeah. Wow. What a spectacle. So bleak, you know, why do you think the left is pushing so hard to redefine the truth from your point of view? Well, I think, you know, I mean, I just saw this survey 88% of Americans think that we're heading in the wrong direction. And you know, the left knows this. Democrats know this. They can't admit it though. So that's why they're stuck telling lies. They don't want to talk about inflation. They don't want to talk about how gas prices are to open border. And so they have to retreat to talking about drag shows and trying to reinvent the genders and all this crazy stuff. It's like they don't have anything else to talk about. So I'm convinced this this giant distraction. And yeah, they're super ideological. They're out to lunch. And I mean, it's really, really crazy, isn't it? But do you think you think at some point, it's like, okay, so you've come from the business world. If your business is failing, you make changes. So you would think with the Democrat party when you look at Biden's approval numbers, when they're looking at the tsunami that's probably going to come, this red. You would think that they would be like, oh, okay, maybe the drag queen vote is not as big as we originally thought. You would think so, I guess, although maybe that, you know, maybe that presumes that they actually want things to work. It's always this age old question. Are they incompetent? Or are they malevolent? Is this actual malice that they're showing to the United States? I don't think Biden's particularly confident. But what we're seeing at the southern border, for instance, it's not just incompetence, right? Biden could have done nothing. Under president Trump, it was good. It was stable. Biden inherited a stable situation. And if he did nothing, man, we'd be so much better off. You could be lazy, you could be stupid. You could be incompetent. And the situation at the border would be a lot more stable. No, they chose to reverse remain in Mexico. They chose to stop construction of the border wall. They invited millions of people to come here. They caused this border crisis. They caused the inflation by printing $6 trillion in one year. And so you have to wonder, from the Democrats perspective, do they want it like this? Because if you were trying to ruin a country, you basically be governing the way the Biden administration is. I don't know what you would be doing different. And then not only that, you've got this just eroding of the
The Glenn Beck Program
"carol ross" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"China mayor not only encouraging people to significantly increase their exposure to china which makes absolutely no sense given given the level of fraud that we've seen out many of these chinese companies given the fact that the chinese communist party has been extracting quote unquote donations from public companies. And and really you know has the final say But they've also curious timing here this is. This is very suspect. But they've also gotten from china the mandates to be able to sell mutual funds into china which we know china does not do unless. There's some benefits so it's something to definitely keep an eye on and my biggest concern which i'm sure we'll talk about again. One day has a trojan horse. How do they get away to extract more money and wealth from americans into china via these these sort of vehicles and and kind of. Oh you're gonna. We're gonna open up chinese investment opportunities but then we're going to shut down the company and take it away or we're going to make the chinese individuals rich have them by assets in america and they're going to come back to the china's communist party so keep an eye on this. I do have to ask the question to this there. I read something that there was the The bear stearns of china is going under. There is a problem and and it looks like they're china may be in real trouble with their economy. Is that true so i. I haven't read about this specific company and now of course i have some homework to do. But you're china from an economic standpoint has a lot of issues not only because their numbers have been untrustworthy and they've been putting out a lot of fraudulent information but their demographics are a mess in terms of the percentage of their population. That is going to be over sixty five and needing to have care shifting and then in the coming sort of five to ten years is going to completely change and put a lot of pressure on their economy and their one child policy. is really going to come back to bite them in the you know what So they really are. They're not coming from a position of strength and when communist aren't coming from a position of strength it's something we all need to keep an eye out carol. Ross the author of the war on small business a must read. If you wanna understand what tomorrow is going to look like and why it's gonna look like that especially if you're in small business or you just believe in i don't know the free market the war on small business by carol. Roth thank you. Carol appreciate it. This is the best of the glenn beck program. I want you to name the president that said this. It could be anybody. The eyes of the nation are in california. Because the decision you're going to make is just gonna have a huge impact on california. It's going to reverberate around the nation and quite frankly not a joke around the world..
The Sean Hannity Show
"carol ross" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show
"News contributor columnist the hill carol. Roth is with us as well. And you know. We don't leak phone calls but they democrats leaked. A lot of trump phone calls as a matter of fact is very first phone call and five remember correctly with the australian prime minister joe. Contra wasn't all of that leaked to the press in every in all of it completely and other foreign leaders. Those calls were leaked like every call that he had with a foreign leader was leaked Not not just australia. But i remember south korea and this is like within the first couple of weeks and that was the so-called deep state saying okay. You have no safety here. We're gonna make sure that we embarrass you at every. Turn because we didn't want you to be the president and now you you look. At joe biden. Camera harris democrats in general and the forefront. They have to fight. Not just afghanistan right. That was the straw that broke the camel's back. But you look at the southern border and one point five million people crossing into this country since the beginning of the year. That's one of the population of eleven states. You look at inflation skyrocketing at this. Point of concern for americans and skyrocketing crime in american cities. So now it's more expensive to live in this country. You feel less safe whether you're an american city or fear terror attacks again. That feeling went away. During the trump administration. It's nothing but bad news. Joe biden over the summer of twenty twenty one. Afraid it's going to get worse before it gets better if it gets better. I think the worst part we can. We can figure out. Carol roth this lot big lie. Which is we have. All of this leverage over the taliban gets repeated and regurgitated by the media and by you know circle back and sake and by biden himself when in truth and in reality we don't have a single troop on the ground We might have a few covert ops working independently and if they are god bless them because what they're doing is risking their lives to help innocent people but short of that. It's it's just. We've abandoned all of them and they're now all caught behind enemy lines. The leverage lies with the people that have americans as hostages they have the leverage. We don't have any leverage now. This entire administration Since day one has been in a position of weakness. It's been in a position of begging other leaders to do things if you go back to begging putin not to attack certain infrastructure here. Here's our important infrastructure. Please don't cyber attack it Going back to opec in begging them for more oil after ground leases begging the taliban and not to hurt american that everything is coming from a position of weakness versus a position of strength which we should be as the united coming from as early as the united states of america. You don't have to be a foreign policy expert to understand that if you're going to withdraw like this. There were a series of things that you need to do in terms of destroying the confidential information. Making sure that they don't have access to weapons having a plan to get everybody whether it's an american or the the allies of the americans out safely or to a safe place and the fact that they didn't do this you as foreign policy experts when you would know those non foreign policy expert Really really diminishes are standing in the world. I have to leave. Thank you both carol. Ross thank you joe. Contra what are we going to have the jo- contra media our on fox. Can you make that happen..
Sports Gambling Podcast
"carol ross" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast
"We go. I'm not gonna say the points. I'm actually going to lay them with denver here. They they alone teams out. They blown teams out this species. I like everybody thinks that because there's so many points that denver is not going to cover If lock gets majority of the snaps his game he's going to be pissed that he's not starting he's gonna want to show them that. Hey i should have been a starter so this is a huge number. And i can't believe. I'm saying but i really don't even know. They're the favorite. I don't think the money's coming in on denver. So i'm going to say though. See this is new. You're gonna you tricked me and pretend like you weren't going to be chucky. You went back to the chuck. I like the handicapped though drew lock in a pissed off state. The only problem is i see my Teenage daughter when she gets pissed off and she just storms off into our room. That's what i would imagine. Drew lock is also going to do with his toys. Maybe moon off. Are you taking the points. Or are you laying the points God i agree with terrell. Here i think is going to be game for drew. lock We're not sure how knees naps. Or even if bridgewater plays in this game. But i i really like i have. Denver broncos years michigan drew lock is going to get the start here Yeah everything tyrrell said that it might be mind being fu mode Let's not forget man. This is drew log man. He was james into i. Think a rick ross. On two seasons ago at halftime us appeals rapping and singing the lyrics. This guy this guy will get down man Some rick ross are ought to send you the. Are you saying that. Drew lock is Dog through locks dog. We'll have to know it was put on by. Jesus yeah you gotta watch out. That's funny you guys are making me feel all right next up seven. Pm on the west coast the chargers they had to seattle take on the seahawks or minus five and a half minus two fifty on the money line chargers plus two hundred thirty five is the total. All right well This is one of those situations where you know. What are we supposed to do. It's a peak. Carol coached team. We generally like to back in. Let's back pete. Carol ross cooks munaf yet. This is really have to see who is starting. The stars are playing because seattle in the first weeks. They've scored a whole ten points in the Games macaque yes. It's time for them to cook. This might be another game where you want to look at the first half man all the points here with the seattle seahawks fan At home let's get victories. Put some points on the board in Get into the season where russell west russell westbrook. Russell wilson is going to be. Mvp let's go. That's a hell of a slip because russell westbrook is not going to be the mvp this year trail you in agreement with seattle. Yes i am in agreement with seattle. Owen soon preseason mp carol he's gonna wanna put a statement on and get these boys ready for two weeks. I gotta go to indianapolis so i think Peak carol carol here and i'm just gonna fade the chargers and so they shall be otherwise before this twenty. I think i think he's number is twenty five fifteen and one against the spread coming into this year carol so some positive regression certainly certainly on the horizon. Right we're gonna take a quick break before we get on to the sunday games the talk about paramount plus the summer of soccer continues on paramount plus stream over two thousand soccer match the year from around the world. That's all the heart pounding drama from. Cbs sports including uefa champions league the europa league italy's syria argentina's primera division. The brasilia ro nws sell the asian football confederation and the concha caf qualifiers with featuring the stars from the us and mexican men's national teams plus much much more. It's.
"carol ross" Discussed on Reason Podcast
"There was no mask requirement in my hotel in some people wearing them But for the most part you know it wasn't exactly back to normal but it felt alive and vibrance and fun and lively again in a way that i just haven't felt in any place for more than a year now and so It was it was just a good time. And there were a bunch. Great culinary and cultural experiences As part of a new york times of poster thing over the weekend so it's probably not true But that This is This is the new york summer. The youths youths have taken over. And they're doing all their youth thing all over the place and They got a lot of pent-up youth nece and then it's going to be big fund Crazy summer and i think that's probably true Neck what are you doing in the fund crazy to your summer. My consumption has been carol. Ross the war on small business how the government used the pandemic to crush the backbone of america. And it's a very good very timely. A book about this. That reminds us of the speed in the repetitively and the arbitrariness of lockdown orders in how they came in and how that affected business particularly small business as the title gives it away. Carol who is a very has a great twitter feed and is a really good kind of financial and business analyst and whatnot Looks at the ways in which people and markets and the economy responded to various kinds of government interventions which generally were poorly and poorly thought through. So i highly recommend the The small business how. The government used the pandemic to crush the backbone of america. And you know the the real question. Going forward is You know what happens to small business particularly in then. Let's say you know just Lower order entrepreneurship Of does this stuff come back because there's no question in places like new york chicago. La a lot of smaller businesses just disappeared And whether or not they're gonna come back that remains to be seen in..
KPRC 950 AM
"carol ross" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"It's like normal people should consider No. So what I would say is that anything that has to do it? Cryptocurrency is what I would consider an alternative asset And that if you are at the point of your portfolio where you're well diversified, you have a small slice of what we call play money, You know, kind of the same kind of thing that you might take to Vegas and you're okay with losing it all. That it's okay to put, you know, a small portion. And these these kind of fliers as we refer to them the way that I have played it thus far is if you think about the actual gold rush that happened back in the day instead of being the minor. You wanna be the guy who sells the picks and shovels because it doesn't matter which minor strikes gold you're selling. So all of them so I like the services play. I like the exchanges where these air traded because it doesn't matter which one win. They're still getting the fees so that that's how we've invested in. But we have been looking. Um more at a couple of them. Particularly it's Siri, Um, which has some functionality behind it as well. It's not justice. Photo quote CURRENCY But there's sort of the smart contracts that it can enable. But not but not in any meaningful way. Carol Ross, Ladies and gentlemen, did I not tell you she's the sharpest person we have buy her book, The War on Small business. Thank you, Carol. You're the best. Thanks. Dad faces more. Me next missed.
"carol ross" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And I think the two are related because you know it's Those areas are much more attractive if it's easier to get to the lake front and enjoy the lake front. Once you're there, sure. Talk to me a little bit more you mentioned housing. Chicago is a city of old Chicago bungalows and different styles of housing that when money comes to an area that small and that's not as valuable as a three flat or something new and modern and sleek, are you concerned about? I mean, imagine that that happens and that's going to happen. But are we doing enough to preserve the history of the architecture of Chicago when it comes to the housing? Mm. I would say in some cases, yes, like the historic Chicago Bungalow initiative has been a very successful effort at Um, you know, maintaining this very valuable housing stock. But clearly, um this gentrification has cut of very double edged sword. In areas like you know, the Northwest side, the near north west side around the 606 Bloomingdale trail. I mean, there you've got, um older. Housing stock. That is great, affordable on has multiple units in it giving way to, you know, large, very expensive single family homes and you've got Widespread displacement of people occurring and this is really the same problem that Popped up in Pilsen, where recently the city tried and failed to Um, create a landmark district residents there did not think the landmark district was the answer. To the displacement and gentrification that was occurring, So it's an ongoing problem without a doubt. And, um You know, the city is much more than the shiny towers of downtown. You can have a vibrant function city unless you have Healthy neighborhoods and that that I mean, I'm really glad to say that Mayor Lights lit recognizes that she has hired a really smart planning commissioner Maurice Cox. Who is, you know, working on the Invest Southwest program to try to revive Business districts throughout the South and west sides on he's off to a good start, but it's really too early to tell whether this program will bear fruit. I hope it does, but it's gonna take a long time. A generation arm or two. Do you know the damage that's been done by redlining and just investment and Gun violence. There's it's a big big turn of the aircraft carrier that No, that Lightfoot and talks are trying to achieve and it's going to take a long time to do it. There is so much when it comes to people moving into the city. People living in the city. Transportation is so important because it's such a big area and you've got to still be able to get around. And it's much easier. People don't necessarily have to have cars. Is the city doing enough? No, this gets a little more planning than architecture. But is the city doing enough of marrying the building with the transportation needs and planning that out and Keeping that I don't know so that we don't get over congested in certain ways. Um, there have there have been some advances in that area. I mean, Rahm Emanuel, in particular was very strong on On transportation and really under him. There was a foundation of the Red line. The frown lines on notably, some very handsome transit stations were completed. Um, the millennium, The Washington Wall. Bast station became like a gateway to Millennium Park, And there were many others. Carol Ross Barney, a very fine architect did really handsome station to black station. That, um, serves as a gateway to McCormick Place, and she also did the Morgan station on the green line that Is a gateway to the gentrifying area on the near West side. So, um, at the same time, they're still big challenges. Uh, the extension of the Red line for their south past. 95th Street is a big issue, one that you know is really needed to provide access to jobs. Ondo opportunity, Economic opportunity for people on the far South side. So, um To Nick's story. Um, you know, there are there are some good things and not so and something's still very much on the civic agenda that really need to be accomplished. Well, going a little bit hand in hand with that part of having a city in an open lakefront is the accessibility to get around not just by transportation. But by enjoying the city itself, And that way, I guess there have been a lot of trails the 606 certainly the most famous but other trails that are connecting parts of the city. More and more. Um, are we happy with how those air turning out and how those blend in with the city and and joined the city together? Well, I mean, the six of six has been a fascinating and fraught development. It was part of Emmanuel's pushed to take Anachronistic. Facilities from the industrial age, Whether it be an old rail line that supplied, you know businesses. On factories like as 606 Woz, or makes field and turn them into Park land because they were essentially outmoded. So the problem with the success six was that Everyone thought it was going to. Everyone thought it would be a great thing because it would bring open space much needed open stays to areas where that could easily be described as park desserts like food deserts. They just didn't have a lot of open space. And this was a way that Alleviate that problem, you know, but no one really thought About the consequences of of doing this, and that's what you want. Six of six went in all these landlords moved in. They bought a property. They poured on homes. And you know that led to the gentrification I discussed earlier, so One of the things in the future that's really important is anticipating the consequences of Improve public spaces and ensuring that the very people who those spaces are supposed to help her not hurt by them s Oh, that's gonna be a challenge in the future for the city. You know you want Um, good development. You know, good park land to go hand in hand with improving communities, not, you know, forcing people out. There is an incredible amount of lakefront property. South south of the Museum of Science and Industry and Forget what the site it's called. Is it the steelworks site? Or Southwark? U. S Steel plant the old U. S steel plant a lot of what could be incredibly beautiful lakefront property. And I know that's been debated back and forth and plans have been made. I don't know if anything is even set right now or where that is all that. What do you hope for? I mean, that's like that Z property that's kind of once in a lifetime property for the city to figure out what really should happen there. Is that going to be done well by planners, or is the city keeping control of what happens there? Are you worried about that? Well, U. S Steel based in Pittsburgh still owns the property and they you know, they have been, um Not exactly.