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Has the Art Market Roared Back to Life?
"Scott before we start talking about the individual lots. Let's talk about formats christie's has gone with a new style of category is twentieth and twenty first century. Sales be stuck with the old traditional categories. How important is this. Does it make much difference. Well thing is the christie's when they announced this is clearly stated in the publicity a new era in the art world But thinking back in two thousand and fifteen. We had a new era in the world when they had their first twenty twentieth and twenty first century. We're looking forward to tomorrow. And that back then in two thousand and fifteen made seven hundred and six million so actually we are in a very different era. they all will but it's different at a very different way. Let's put it that way. Of course we're now in a hybrid sale situation and it was interesting. The contrast or lack of contrast in some sense between christie's and sotheby's christie's have this hybrid formats with the very very swish auction room with lots and lots of screens with experts from all over the world but christie's for all the money they got to throw this. The technology is still incredibly. Clunky it's a bit like a game show with just a technical problem throughout and takes five or six minutes at times. The whole things were froze. there was a break of three or four minutes where you wonder whether your computer broken down whether there was something of the problem with the sale and it is quite remarkable given the huge amounts of money that are available the company that they can't sort out the slick technology for this this sale this matter sell an. I'm not alone in this criticism. It still feels very stiffen clunky. I'm sure they can sort it out. But compared to subsidies which is false slicker in terms of its technology and also. Something has a fast slicker or chenier
"chenier" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"On the plane you get on the plane now and depending on who was catering to play. It could have been morton's. Pf changs cheesecake factory. Whatever it happened to be you get on the plane. And like i said we we would go to our section. Which was the back they had their own. I ain't nobody sat next to you and they had or whatever so you go to the back and you would get whatever that restaurant was serving you know it. Was you get scallop trapped to base crazy unbelievable and cheese trays and sandwiches. And whatever you wanted to drink we get any of that stuff while the playing with on the ground. While you're waiting for everybody to get gone so now pack takeoffs and once you got to out to tude then they came by with an actual meal service morton's they had soleil. They had chicken. Christopher they had always had some kind of fish men like. I said they had all the you know big salad and smell. Steve's the best meal i ever had was going to play the raiders coming out and there's just in and out burgers about five hundred. You can take as many as you want it after you raiders. Ever had the nfl network will buck how. How about the fact that with all this doing this every trip. This is every trip us. How many times have we seen players get on with mcdonald's bag or you got all his great food. Yeah so tell me Before we gotta go here tell me a little bit about your podcast and why people should listen to it and how our guests could find. You guys will listen. Technologically savvy got so. I just tell people who go on the road with concil about going to apple or spotify or whatever but if you google on the road with Fill you will find our podcast. And then you click that on and you can listen to any one of the episodes are even we did. I wanna say twenty. Six episodes are through the nba. Bubble in orlando that. We stopped for a few weeks to together ourselves. And we picked it up again. You know four or five weeks ago. I would say you know you know. Listen if you want to hear stories like we've been talking to you about stuff. That fans never heard about hotels and restaurants in players in things that went on and locker rooms and that kind of stuff and also for us. The guests that we've had i mentioned are rolodex. You know we've had fabulous guests on that that have made state. We had mark cuban on of gilbert arenas earl monroe sam jones. Scott van pelt. Gus johnson michael will bide christine brennan. David old of eddie jordan at all of these. You know we've had brian mitchell on. We've had x. Redskins head coach gary williams. Jackie go on and on and on of all these great people that we've had on and each one of them..
"chenier" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"I don't know about your situation but we give rich from this right here in my studio i see ed. So we're with dinner with our wives and we you know we. Have you know talking about the possibility of doing this. And we knew why we wanted to do it for the reasons you mentioned. We wanted to do it because it would give us a chance to get back together again. It would give us a voice even though who knew how many people were actually listening. You know what the hell you never really know. And and also we thought listen. We've been at this a long time. I mean i've been in this business for like forty six years and phil played for all those years and he's been doing tv for low long time and we thought to ourselves. You know what between the two rolodexes that we have which your listeners might have to look up what a rolodexes of we can come up with some really good guests to make. This is what rolodex is now. Joss exactly But i have an old role exit by off. So and the other thing. Gus who was and i said to so listen. We got so many stories from being on the road with traveling with michael jordan and stuff that happened and i said this when we first started i said look. They used to tell us what happens. On the plane stays on the plane through well that statute of limitations is up now and neither one of us is beholden to any body. So we're telling stories that you never heard of before and stuff. That's really fun. And again i think the fans appreciate it. So that's why we wanted to do the way buck. I got a question for you. You've been on an nfl plane. You've gone to games on on on the when we charter flight at. What is the difference between being on a team play. Nfl a team play in the nba. That's a good question now again. When i was obvious she traveled on first of all when i was in atlanta we did on the falcons teamdwayne. I don't recall being on a redskins team playing very often but You know. I got so many guys on a football team that the planes filled with people on a basketball charter. You might have there. Might be forty people total. You know maybe thirty thirty five you know you got twelve or fifteen basketball players. You add coaches. You got trainers is a lot more now because of social media digital all the back when we first started we didn't have that we had the trainers the equipment guys. And the broadcasters were there were a total of five of us in to radio guys and i would say this to gus. The food on the basketball charters. Lot better football jars. Don't ask me why. Maybe the football. Maybe the basketball players have a little more cachet. Maybe they can. Maybe their their their collective bargaining agreement demands a little bit better stuff. I know clearly with the hotels in they can only be in a four star hotel and nothing west that's part of their agreement and we of course rode their coattails on that but the difference..
"chenier" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Words you sadler. Dave feldman who did sports channel five and he's in san francisco and i would meet these. We meet them on. You know on the road somewhere. But for the most part phil and i were were hanging let let me tell. The story about this. Gusts was one of my favorite all time days. We happen to have a great west coast trip. We had three days off in the bay area. And not just. Because i'm from there but you know that that's a beautiful beautiful area so we're staying over. We were staying at the four seasons right by in san francisco francisco and So i had a real good buddy. I rented a car at a real good buddy that gary lived over there on the barack inside and buck had steve sadler that That he was with and so he went off with steve and must be about three or four o'clock. I get a call. And i picked up my buddy carry. We were right there at sausalito and we were sitting down having a beer looking across at san francisco bay bridge. The east bay was a beautiful day. Blue skies were seeing the water. Alcatraz is out there. And i i. It was just a natural high. Excuse me i get this call. It is but what are you doing. I said man. We're in god's country opposite looking at heaven and he said where are you. I said we're in sausalito whereabouts. said we're right on main street right there. He said we'll be there in five minutes. I told i told him the name of the bar that we were at because we were sitting outside thing i know he in sadler pull up and we sit out there and watch the sunset The four was having beers talking but it was just one of those moments that Just i just never forget. It was just a beautiful time out there and those kind of things that we're talking about that we were always seemed to be connected with like to play golf. We liked sports. We like to go to musical videos. so many things not just basketball that were we're attracted to that You know that we could share together any. It just made the relationship that what's tighter. There was one of the situation where you say to yourself. man. I can't believe they're paying me to do this right. Yeah i hear you. I've been to. I get it so you guys go through this where you you have this great experience for twenty years and you're calling the games you guys just talked about all the experiences you've had together now it's over. What are you guys. sit down. How do you come up with. Starting the podcast was because you wanted to connect with the fans still and you wanted to tell these stories that nobody's ever heard or is it. Just you guys wanna still hang out because we're buds and we love doing all of those things got all those ang's i mean. We talked about it for a while. We look first of all..
"chenier" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Because obviously he was the expert and i wasn't but We had a great relationship. A great friendship And again i think it showed In what we did we. We continue to hear from fans about the fact that we had really good chemistry. And they like We would still like redoing games but that wasn't a decision so We continue this relationship For the podcast. And before the pandemic you know we get together and go to dinner with our wives and be on vacation together and whatever so play golf villas plan and all of that stuff so we've had a long long time in a long term relationship for well over twenty years obviously yet. No i see that but you know it does take a special relationship to be together for that long in the booth calling games. It's not like you guys were just you know the nfl. There's sixteen games basketball. There's so many games you guys got to call. You gotta be on the same page with each other So i mean there does seem to be like that special relation. Because you don't see it happen. That often were two guys. Stay together in the booth that long together because there's probably sometimes it you know no fetch probably a little sick of each other but you guys probably seem to have such good relationship that you can kinda work it out that that's a that's a real good point in but i think the fact that we really liked each other and we have a lot of similarities that Kinda bind us together. Even off the basketball court Keep in mind i mean. We're traveling that time travel with the team. So we're spending a lotta time together. And we're getting doughy each other. And i get to know his moods and he knows by moves he does. I have a. I have a problem with punctuality. Upsets him. he's a heavy sinker. He's a real sleeper. Does in fact i had to wake him up to tell them about the birth of his first grandchild in seattle. We were staying. I forget which hotel it was really nice hotel. Obviously the league guest the nicest hotels and we have rooms across hall from each other. And i get a phone call at six o'clock in the mornin which is nine o'clock dc time and it's his daughter and she says Could you go wake up phil. Because i've called him and he doesn't hear a phone ringing. Which in six inches miss. Ed so i got a across the way i got a bathrobe on. I think i had a bathrobe on. I'm pounding on his hair was all shoveled he advocacy everywhere and take the lock off the door. I just hope with the track for easy man..
"chenier" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Are you born and raised in a place where you get to go back to as you said to do the the news You know you don't find a lot of you find more now than you used to used to have to travel around to all those small places. Like i went to chattanooga and nashville dented. Lanta big city before you could get to a big market like washington Which happened to be the news. Capital of the world so i was fortunate to be able to born and raised year. And then do tv here. And that doesn't happen to a lot of folks. And so when i came back here obviously listen. I had worked in atlanta for three and a half years. So i became a falcons fan. And you as you know gusts you interact with these players. You become friendly with them so a lot of my buddies were in atlanta. Were you know. Tim is as while my closest friends was placed eckerd's embark cousy bad groups. And you know all these guys played you know. So the falcons. And then i come to washington and now i start developing relationships with guys who again. This is the great part about this business. Is that even when you're out of it or you're done you still have these relationships with guys like yourself very close friends on jeff austin. Jody kobe and babe wassenberg. All of these redskins donny. Warranties guys that are still live here. Gary clark who went to james all these dudes so coming back here was a really great bonus remained. It was like almost after pinch yourself. Because you're right as a kid on growing up watching the bullets and the redskins okay. And and i don't know any of these guys. I'm a kid. I'm watching him. And i'm a fan and then eventually wind up here doing sports covering these teams and and getting to know these players and like you said it's you you almost have to pitch yourself. sometimes vilnai be standing out on the corps. Get ready to do a game open. And i'm standing out their worst of all with phil who was one of my favorite players ever and i have to pinch myself sometimes just standing next to fill but then sometimes he would pinch me you know just because he loved me and robert so cute. That's the public knowledge on the podcast. And i'm standing there. you know. Listen two thousand to michael. Jordan comes to play for the wizards. Now i'm standing out there. And i'm thinking i'm standing out here and right next to me is the greatest player of all time. And you know we got to know michael jordan. Because of the situation we were at every once in a while. I would just kind of sit back and say damn. I'm i'm coming to the elevator with michael jordan or i'm to ask or trauma dinner or i'm a training camp or something and we're in interaction with a slight..
"chenier" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"When warner lefty see what new york and what you see on espn and some of these other sports channels in some way shape or form. These guys are warner wolfe. He's the first one that started you know. Hey you're the week and all this stuff and he became legendary an ice to watch him and all the other sports guys in town right up until the fact. When i got my first job in tv which was in seventy seven down in harrisonburg. I was watching the local sports guys. Hear glenn brenner. Who was the best. I've ever seen george michael eventually was also but we had a guiding nick. Charles who was a great sportscaster. He passed away but he was fabulous. We had a bunch of dc. So that's sort of how i you know. I knew i was going to go to college to get into broadcasting. I applied today. You american university james madison which back then was madison. College and the university of miami and florida got accepted at all three. Which was i would never happen today. And and. I ended up going miami actually for semester and it was so i couldn't get into the campus radio station and was just crazy right transferred to madison. I played football in high school. And i was a kicker. I was pretty good in fact her. Show you this in my office. This is my square toed. Yeah a and this is the same shoe. Mark moseley at when he kicked the redskins and back then gus a lot of your listeners viewers know this but kickers did not kick soccer style. There were no soccer south. Kickers back then. And you noticed gus but everybody was a straight on kicker moseley george blanda obviously was one of the best ever. I was in high school too. Yeah you so I and my my high school football coach had then gone to james madison to be offensive line coach and he helped me transfer from miami madison thinking. That would come there as a putter too. And i was pretty decent punter and i was thinking that i would punt at madison so i got there to madison and i never wanted. I went right to the campus radio station. And that's how. I got into to sports there so i worked there campus station. Does that look familiar. Yes it does ladies and gentlemen the spring of seventy four calm seven. Yeah i you still right at my favorite part of the month stash. Yeah my god. S horrifying tv in harrisonburg from harrisonburg. I went to chattanooga from chattanooga to nashville from nashville to atlanta and then from atlanta to dc. And i came up here in. Nineteen eighty-four worked at the fox station for fourteen years. Did a lot of freelance play-by-play did i did navy. Football for seven years on the radio Nfl on fox games. A lot of college basketball filled in for a great play by play. Guy did the bullets named mel proctor. And that's how. I got into the bullets games. Ninety six ninety seven he was he had left to go to san diego padres and i had done some fill in for him and i'd worked with will share..
"chenier" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"I don't know i guess or choose out of naturally was in my jeans on fashion but it really begin to blossom. He had he had season tickets to the redskins. The had him since. Nineteen thirty seven gos- well when they when they were here and they played at griffith stadium before any of us were around and he used to tell me the story to tell the story. That as a kid i guess he was maybe fifteen or sixteen. He managed to get a season ticket to the redskins games. Well back then. They played six home games and he would tell me that a season ticket back then cost six dollars and sixty cents on a game a ticket and we've had season tickets ever since and So you know. I got thrust into vietnam price though. It's a little harder. Gina charges a little bit more house life and he really early so that he could. There's slightly less people in the stands to kidding. No kidding gus. So i got into that and then also really all. We had some some family friends who worked. Were part owners of the of the bullets amoral foreman who passed away but he was big in sports and he along day. Poland bought the bullets and brought them to baltimore it. Nine hundred and sixty seven. and so. that's when i first started going to those games. Because of this fella earl formatted. I was friendly with his sons. And all of that. So my parents would drive us to the baltimore. Civic center to see them play. And that's when i first saw earl monroe and gus johnson what's unsettled and kevin loughry jack. Baron donal all these great old flares and then eventually obviously fill came but this was later. I was in college when phil came and so this was nineteen. I was in college graduate. Seventy seven for madison. But that's when. I got into sports and following sports but what was interesting. Is that it all kind of mesh meshed with television I would watch the news every night. And i mean i was a junkie would watch the news. And we had a sportscaster here. Washington when i was growing up warner wolfe was very famous. And in fact if you will him and go back and some of your viewers listeners. Should probably do this. He really he started. What everything you see on tv. At that chris berman is basically a warner wolfe clone and from an watch warner wolfe..
"chenier" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Re carried on with this s for a little bit of a reunion was kind of funny. He'll know each other very intimately. Sometimes you know right idiosyncrasies. And i picked up on some of the steve buckles traits. And they're they're very you know interesting in and stories were mentioning so we just thought all that combined and he has a a a super knowledge of restaurants in he has he has. He's gifted in the in the area of recall. He can remember things that happened thirty years ago. That have no other reason but the fact that you know he experiences so he can recall that so he hasn't made rico and it really helps in the broadcasted when he's doing the games. He recalled stories recall players. He could tell you what you did. Your first time out of the field guessing and it's it's an amazing talent but it's also one at least as funny stories. Oh yeah you know. I wanna go back. Because you talked about the bulls played a small gym. I mean phil can you imagine. Nba players today going to play a little local gym like that. Now we find talking about that quite frequently in making comparisons. But that's all we knew at the time we played roosevelt bladed bar above where else spin yarn high school. Yeah i mean we we. We would each year. It seemed like the the league would change and that was via Hot gems no air conditioned it was in the heat of the summer. But that's what we used to now. These guys go off the vegas for summer. League should beautiful rina's so when they're not practicing obviously they. They have access to the city of las vegas and Sometimes it probably leads to trouble. Well we've all heard the james harden stories right. so what kind of shape. That the referees. After be in it these old jibs well listen. This was a fun and it was good but it wasn't the nba. Having said that. Several of the guys that i worked with in this urban coalition late went on to be very prominent. Nba referees lou. Grillo joe forte. There were few others and these guys back then they were doing college basketball gates. They weren't in the nba. And and both lou and joe became very prominent college basketball. Referees i know joe forte refereed the the nc double a championship game. That was the gia. Valvano gave the nc state win And he was very prominent and they went on to become really well known and and Great nba and so. What kind of shape were we in. I don't know if i was in any kind of shape but we we run around in that hot jim and You had to be in a little bit of shape because it was one time when i call the foul at the end of the game On on I called it on landing. Elmore was fine for the barrel achieve and they were playing the bullets team that had phil and robinson. And you know some of these guys on the team. And when i called the foul trump went to the line and make two free throws to win the game and len elmore just about chased me out of the gym as to run away but it was a great experience for me. I think the players had fun. You know look these guys like to play basketball and like it's like steel said. They didn't care that they weren't in a innovates twenty to play now now. The games are a little more structured. We have even some of the outdoor air. Dc are a little nicer at all but back. Then that's where you went to play basketball and everybody wanted to play now. That's those are great stories..
"chenier" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Everyone welcome to another episode of huddle up with gus. I'm your host gusts. Farrah fifteen year. Nfl quarterback. i'm here in the six thirty one digital news studio. But you know as you can see another week of being in my daughter's bedroom So you know. I wanna thank six thirty one digital news for for helping me produce a show putting it on their new platform. And then also i wanna thank sounder. Fm big shot off. Tim kelly and those guys for bringing me onto their platform. Really like what they're doing and how they're changing the world of technology and podcasting so Today's guests i have to on so this has got to be a great show Fila near who was drafted into the nba by the baltimore. Bullets back in nineteen seventy one and fill no fence but that was the euros born. I have to hear that from a lot of people. I played with so i finally get the state to somebody else but You know back in seventy three time. Nba all star Just amazing basketball player will go into a little bit of that. And then also steve buck somebody. I know from my times with the back in washington. Dc covered me. And when i was playing. And and you know steve was pretty good. He said a lot of nice things about me surprisingly You know. I just interviewed. Michael wilbad steve and other say like man. I really like tony kornheiser all that much. You're adding really meaning but steve. You're always so nice to be. And you know. Steve you doing this for so long. You guys you and phil together Did the wizards while bullets. Then the wizards games for like twenty years What a what a crew you guys made. And now you've taken this show on the road. And now you to have your own podcast because on the road with the buck and phil and i think you guys do it because there's so many things you probably wanted to say on the air but never had the opportunity and podcasting let you bring out those stories that you probably always wanted to say so. Fill in steve's thank you for joining me on huddle up with gus. How are you guys. You're great gusts truthfully. We do it because we have nothing else to do. Gus we find ourselves walking around thumbs and now seriously we work together. Obviously for twenty years. I knew phil even before that i used to referee in a summer league washington. A basketball league game. What these ama- tactical. Yeah which observing undeserving deserve correct. Yeah well i guess what just to say why. You deserve the technical foul but be that as it. May that was back in the seventies gus when we had this this league here called the urban coalition neg which was a great late and it was a summer league. It was in in a gymnasium at roosevelt high school and it was a gym and it was small and it was hot but all these great players played in bullets had a team in there so it was on it and you know we had a bunch of guys that were on the bullet team truck robinson and a lot of these guys played and And i referee. That was the first time ever met phil but who would have thought that. Let's say that was seventy three and we started working together seriously in about ninety seven. Who would have thought that that many years later we be partners then we were for twenty years so you know we. We've developed quite a relationship of very close friendship as you can imagine because you can't work with somebody for twenty years and not be really good friends with them. It's just not gonna last so it's been quite a relationship..
"chenier" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Welcome occurred oil on a wild ride today. After opec slashed global oil demand forecast for next year the organization citing harsher corona virus crackdowns across the globe energy so the worst performing sector this year. But our next guest says there's one name the space that is fueling up for some gains. Let's welcome back kate fateh. Ceo of grace capital. Kate great to see you again. You're looking at chenier energy. What's your top reason to be engineer. So okay bottom line. The world needs energy. Okay so there's a energy demand story and then those chenier money story. We all want energy the comfort of knowable sources. But this is not possible. Can we need an src. Balance sustainability and reliability and cost <hes>. Energy <hes> gas. Natural gas is the way allergy can play the role chenier exports allergy globally. If you can believe it melissa. Twenty five percent of energy globally still comes from coal. Imagine natural gas replacing all of that. So that's the energy story in terms of chenier seven percent growing dividend. They probably went through the worst environment for energy this year and they made it valuation this cheap. The fundamentals are good. There's no commodity price risk. These are take or pay contracts. Okay that means they get paid no matter what there's no volume whisk there's no price rates so that that's why electioneer and that seven percent dividend is therefore covered karen. You've looked at this name in the past. I'm just wondering if i hear what you're saying about tigger pay contracts and that that's a steady stream of income which is good and investors like what about the longer term biden administration if they're against fracking. We'll see maybe they supply of natural gas available to be in a pipeline ship decreases. Does that worry you. At least you know we have the. Us is awash natural gas. We probably have a hundred year supply of natural gas fracking. No fracking so natural in. It's really cheap. Natural gas is like really cheap. Right now <hes>. So it's not something that keeps me up at night. Do you have to believe kate. In the overall energy story in order to believe in chenier or can you see the sector overall sputtering little bit if you will. If they're more lockdown place in the short term yes you can see that bottom line. The world needs energy. i would love for. It's all come from solar wind. Biomass were not there yet. And we're not going to be there for a while so you need energy. Natural gas is better than coal gases. Better than oil. And that's why. I think chenier is the way to play it again. You don't want you're not worried about the price will going up going down. What's going to happen opec this that note kate. Great to see you thank you.
How Will Natural Gas Fare in the Energy Transition?
"Welcome occurred oil on a wild ride today. After opec slashed global oil demand forecast for next year the organization citing harsher corona virus crackdowns across the globe energy so the worst performing sector this year. But our next guest says there's one name the space that is fueling up for some gains. Let's welcome back kate fateh. Ceo of grace capital. Kate great to see you again. You're looking at chenier energy. What's your top reason to be engineer. So okay bottom line. The world needs energy. Okay so there's a energy demand story and then those chenier money story. We all want energy the comfort of knowable sources. But this is not possible. Can we need an src. Balance sustainability and reliability and cost Energy gas. Natural gas is the way allergy can play the role chenier exports allergy globally. If you can believe it melissa. Twenty five percent of energy globally still comes from coal. Imagine natural gas replacing all of that. So that's the energy story in terms of chenier seven percent growing dividend. They probably went through the worst environment for energy this year and they made it valuation this cheap. The fundamentals are good. There's no commodity price risk. These are take or pay contracts. Okay that means they get paid no matter what there's no volume whisk there's no price rates so that that's why electioneer and that seven percent dividend is therefore covered karen. You've looked at this name in the past. I'm just wondering if i hear what you're saying about tigger pay contracts and that that's a steady stream of income which is good and investors like what about the longer term biden administration if they're against fracking. We'll see maybe they supply of natural gas available to be in a pipeline ship decreases. Does that worry you. At least you know we have the. Us is awash natural gas. We probably have a hundred year supply of natural gas fracking. No fracking so natural in. It's really cheap. Natural gas is like really cheap. Right now So it's not something that keeps me up at night. Do you have to believe kate. In the overall energy story in order to believe in chenier or can you see the sector overall sputtering little bit if you will. If they're more lockdown place in the short term yes you can see that bottom line. The world needs energy. i would love for. It's all come from solar wind. Biomass were not there yet. And we're not going to be there for a while so you need energy. Natural gas is better than coal gases. Better than oil. And that's why. I think chenier is the way to play it again. You don't want you're not worried about the price will going up going down. What's going to happen opec this that note kate. Great to see you thank you.
"chenier" Discussed on The Oil
"Partly because Both ellen g facilities are being still offline we have savings pass still getting fee gas. But it's not getting all the feed gas and it should be and exports stool also talk about here today Increasing steadily because of this colder weather. That's now moving into remember. Natural gas trades off the weather. I know i sound like i'm this is in the weather channel. But if you're going to trade natural gas folks going to trade natural gas you got to. You got to subscribe to really nice weather source or follow a new source oil and gas news desk. Who covers the weather. And what's going on. Because you're gonna get yourself caught in a cold front. And i don't that and i mean that pun intended but colder weather moving in that short term outlook for this week was supposed to be really cold. I know and i'm sitting here in denver right now. It was cold all week. I for the first time to jackets onto go. Walk my dog this morning to jackets. Not just not just the houdini in the sweat. I had to go jacket over the hoodie. So normally trained natural gas. That's bullish for prices and we saw naturally as gets. I'm also three drag. It's you're right on three so natural gas. Monday and tuesday pretty high. We actually saw two ninety. We don't we didn't see three dollars gas until later in the week but natural gas was bullish on both days On the news side. You know this is tuesday afternoon. Reports pioneer energy to buy parsley deal goes through on wednesday which we will cover off talos energy tied off their first gulf of mexico while they were a big this week. I supposed to do about twelve thousand barrels a day. Who good good. Good good little suffocating. In ellen g exports rise meet colder weather stews. Hold that up. I think right. What do you want. Natural gas futures gained four percent on tuesday and l. m. g. exports so here. We are with stews notes on tuesday that you just talked about so what i so so give us an idea. Where's all this. Experts are on the rise. Do we have any. We know where it's going yet. Chenier in tankers were entering and leaving Chenier sabine pass And the amount of flowing exceeded six point. Nine c. Fd in october up from five. Pretty good isn't that crazy also trying to take exporting more it allows all of this excess natural gas. That's going to come back online with some of these production wells that are you know inevitably going to get turned back on these emanates days. Come you're going to need to see this stuff get drawn to the fact that we're exporting steph. Be bush for natural gas prices. I want not on the international side. Opec what happened or that moved..
"chenier" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"chenier" Discussed on First Take
"Smoothie kill, you know, it's It's like. like every four round fighters reams of finding a mate of Madison Square Garden every every kid dreams they play. Chenier Vic coach either west to raw Ofek. Hey. Six came tonight with a chance to. In the Western Conference on. How we doing J Wilson in the building Robson five? You heard it legendary game tonight. Yes. Yester-. Yes, sir. All right. So Kevin Durant, fishery listed, as questionable for tonight. He did practice yesterday with some of the younger warriors players. How do you think k D's feeling right now? I think it's interesting. It's been it's him last night. Look, as a former athlete, you feel there's a density air about game five that can easily translate into being somewhat anxious. But I think for him watching this.
"chenier" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Chenier in for boomer and geo. This morning counter green is at the controls are taking your phone calls, most of the morning. Chuck Marsin will join us later and John Harper as well. Right now, phone calls, and we'll begin with our buddy, Robin lick success here on the fan, Robert, Richard leading, I everybody out there listening. Let's remember what today's all about and it's funny, I was thinking about Memorial Day. My dad actually had to go in during the Korean war era, and he actually thought it was something about growing up, and he actually didn't mind going into the service. And if you think about all the great blow players back in the fifties and forties. And even World War Two, Saint Louis Brown's got that have a year of making the World Series because a lot of players had to go in to the service and Ted Williams a great pilot great story with him. I mean this guy goes down through wars in the Korean war. He's, he's a fighter pilot and. You know, because of his eyesight, and, and just such an amazing bull a lot of these guys Lewis, pointed career, you know, coming back and that's the one mazing mandate. Go walk the come back and able to participate. I just wanna touch on two quick things. If you I heard it was at the beaches today, and I heard your interview with the Gary, who is wonderful really. It was such a good interview. I wasn't even aware that we, we had a club committed Delphi football which kind of you kind of let my my is up on that one. But just a wonderful interview. Learn about I remember bought stock because I just kind of missed out on his career, and it scores the Yankees, go, Richard. I am absolutely amazed. I watched him. I don't even watch the Mets. I just watched the Yankees 'cause it's gaining I don't like them but they're just they're almost unbeatable every day. You ought to be up by five runs or more beat this team. They almost pulled it out yesterday. And right now, I I don't see it only four or five teams in the league. It's really any good. And I know the old saying if you play you gotta play and next that's point of baseball, but the league is so watered down now that realistically, it's only gonna be I see, you know, Minnesota, maybe in the anti been number. I. Stocks are going to be able to beat them this year. I mean it's early, but in a playoff festive seven type of situation, the way the Yankees play. They don't even lose one or two games in a row, littlest four. I only see Houston is really only t maybe that can beat them. Yeah. Well, I, I would tend to agree with you there. I mean, I think the Red Sox will be heard from. I, I don't know this weekend is four game set. So we'll, we'll learn a little bit more there. But I'm looking at the league and I was looking at the schedule because we've heard okay there beating up on these tomato cans. Wait till they're the tough part of the schedule comes in and look into the scheduling going, when, when exactly is going to be no. You could make a case that this week might be difficult because San Diego's a better team than they have that. And you got Machado coming in and all that. And the Red Sox for four games. The Red Sox and only two games over five hundred now three games, I guess after last night. And San Diego is a west coast team coming east National League the age the whole thing. So I, I don't know how good the Padres are going to be against the Yankees. Let's be their stiffest competition for a while. And then it turns into Toronto. Cleveland is having a tough year. The White Sox. They've got Tampa Bay in Houston consecutively in the middle of June, which could be a little tougher, but then Toronto and, you know you just keep going we'll, we'll see how the Mets and the Yankees compare you know, depending on the health of the Mets, and how their pitching staff straightens out or doesn't straight now. But look at the key schedule. Jeez, they're gonna, they're gonna win one hundred games this year with their eyes closed even with this so-called diminished. This one eighteen if you will Richard is in Manhattan, you're on the fan. Richard, Richard issues mentioned. You're going to bring on Chuck Marsin and memories. Chuck mercenery played in that nineteen sixty seven ice bowl game, which is the second greatest football game ever played. Of course, the greatest game was he Allen BT came in tasty eight put the an NFL on Tabatha seven ice. Both now Chuck Marsin has distinction of going from the worst football team ever. The New York Giants nine hundred sixty six which he was the leading rusher on that team with three hundred and twenty seven yards in fourteen game schedule. He went from the giants to the Green Bay Packers. Probably two best football team ever. That sixty seven Green Bay Packers Mercer, which from Yale and what happened with Allie, Sherman. Some reason, didn't like him the quarterback for the giants and sixty six also was from a unique school. I Gary would with from Cornell anyway, in the ice bowl Chuck machine on that winning tried when star went over Jerry Kramer. Yeah. Instant replay, same. But when he was. Eva's actually a call for mercy. Mercy thought he was going to get the football there. Okay. And then he sees part star with a quarterback sneak and goes I gotta I gotta keep from running into this guy because if I push him into the end zone, they're going to they're going to flag me on that. So he had to really duck part staff ride the biggest play the game. It was a thirty eight. I attack is driving and star on third. And eight can you imagine just ran a plate machine? Any gain nine yards? They got the first down drive going. Can you imagine sports talk radio now with Lombardi calling on thirty and then Lombardi going civic touchdown with ten seconds left? Seventeen fourteen. He didn't go. He'll go short tie, and it was twenty degrees. I don't stand influenced twenty three degrees below zero in Green Bay lambofield Nobel the Lombardi said that he didn't think the fans could take another fifteen minutes are over long. It's. Resolve that game now knowing Lombardi in his pension for winning winning winning the kind of doubt that well, I'm going to think about the guy up in the third row here. Think he's thinking about this is the way we win the game. But yeah I mean I, I read a great account of, of that drive because I was I was young. I watched the game but I don't remember a whole lot from it. But everybody's talking about, you know, Bart star and that drive most of that drive was check Marsin. Bart Starr, only completed one pass in that drive to win the game. And the thing you gotta keep in mind, too, is at Vince Lombardi was not calling the place. This is pre helmets. That had walkie talkies in them. This was when the quarterback called the place now on the famous quarterback. Sneak. There was a time out call before that and Bart Starr did go to the sidelines and talk to Lombardy. And apparently, they were both in agreement that no we're not going to kick a field goal here. We're going to go for it. And I think it was, and we'll get this from Chuck Marsin that it was stars opinion that, hey, we go for quarterback sneak, and apparently that wasn't even in the playbook, but it was okay this is the blocking pattern. And this is where the whole is going to be, and as I said machine claimed that he thought he was going to get the football and instead star kept it and ran the quarterback. Sneak and machine. You know, on a on a hand off of becoming up behind Bart Starr. And unlike what you see today, which I think needs to be some what rectified where you see a guy being tackled. And then you see offense of linemen behind that guy pushing him forward. Right now, there used to be illegal, and I think it still is where you're not allowed to push your guy forward if he's running play. And there's a bunch of guys trying to tackle them. But nowadays, you see it all the time. But machine thought, hey, if I do that if I run into him in bump him any nudges him over the goal line. They're gonna call me for I don't. I don't know what the technical term is an unwarranted assists, and it's not going to be so good. So we'll get into that with Chuck mercy a little bit later on Jim is in Dix hills here on the fan. Jim. Good morning, Richard. How you doing today? Jim I'm doing good. Boy. You got what you six thirty in the morning. The energy, you got me. What do you what do you take? Is it just coffee or, or is there something the five minute energy? What what's, what's your big boost here? Well, the good news, it's Richard today. I don't take anything. If you would've known me back in the Woodstock era, you know that Corey weekend. And yes, me what do you got? Enough said, don't donate donate yourself. But there is a statue of limitations might have been a different answer that question, you know, I used to watch all those pack of games for, and I don't even remember that name Chuck missing. I remember, you know, Jimmy tail or pull haunting but but quickly only thing with the salaries I talked to say quick, you know, Sommese the things you pointing out that they are correct. A lot of the things about how, what have this hour stuff is structured? I agree with you go against the general feeling of capitalism the quick to have for you is, I'm watching the Mets a few weeks ago. And I know I've told you how frustrated with the Mets overall. And it's one of these endings where the couple runners on base, they have a chance to, like, I think they was down by Runa, whatever all of a sudden one look iris comes up to that. I said to myself, all right. This is in automatic out. You know, now I know he had a big hit like two weeks ago. One of the, you know, six or seven times in sees. He'll have a big head. But this is a guy I couldn't believe it when, when they said in terms of his future that he's making nine million dollars. And I said to myself, my thoughts, you is, how many people you think which go into a field? Like trying to be a financial advisor twenty to sell real estate anything else that's a difficult field to, to break into who were as bad at what they do. As one of our says, if being a hitter who, who wind up making nine million people in those fields will be lucky if they could even own a home and pay their bills, you know. So that's the other end of that world. Well, this is this is part of, of a guaranteed contracts in, in baseball and football. You got the opposite where you know you can play really well you get hurt. Well too bad. You're, you know, you get a little bit of severance, and that's the end of it, that doesn't really seem fair because you get hurt plying your. Your trade, but in baseball, you know if you can go she ate a thing based on what they think you're going to be worth. And you know, we heard a lot of talk in the off season about the Mets on. They wanna get rid of all, I'm Gareth's because he's making nine million and he's not a hitter..
"chenier" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"You. Good. Okay. Councilman j Chenier says he will work with Sacramento police department to revise the proposal before he brings it back to the committee for reconsideration. A fight is brewing in Washington over fuel economy and vehicle emission standards. California led an effort in two thousand twelve to establish the goals. But the Trump administration is set to roll back. Some of them a rule change proposed by the Trump administration would freeze officiency standards in thousand twenty one halting the current rules. Five years early the clean inefficient cars act of two thousand nineteen what preserve fuel economy and vehicle emission standards, set in two thousand twelve congresswoman Doris Matsui introduce the Bill Tuesday believe that it's important to keep going. We can't go backwards lucky mistake that really believes in that California has led the way on climate change issues congresswoman Matsui for taking the Trump administration. Head on on this issue, Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg wrote important parts of the state's clean air laws when he served in the state Senate, and we need to move to electrification we need the move. To alternative forms of energy. This is a fight worth having. And I commend her for taking it on John Brennan Z, NewsRadio KF L. Well, it turns out a guy that looked like he was armed with a gun at a high school in Santa Barbara only had a radiator hose. A student reported seeing the arm man in a parking lot of San Marcos high school yesterday afternoon the campus was immediately locked down and sheriff's deputies descended upon the campus within minutes, those deputies quickly realized he was just holding a radiator hose he had innocently pulled into a parking lot. When his car experienced some mechanical problems. All right. Let's get a check of our traffic troublespot now with Brian noble. No accidents on our freeways around Sacramento. We are getting a little busier and causing some mild slowing in a few spots. Westbound I eighty greenback to the cap city split also often on northbound ninety nine all almost all the way in from elk grove, complete traffic and weather together in three minutes, plus the arrest of a Sacramento county sheriff's deputy and your top national stories and the news you're hearing right now, we know it's going to change it's going to develop it's going to evolve throughout the day. You can catch up later with a K. Afternoon news from four to seven plus traffic and weather together every ten minutes to get you home faster with kitty O'Neil on KFI new year is.
"chenier" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Oil rally well about I'm not going to call it a rally. Call it a bounce. I agree with that. What do we got on this subject? Yeah. Oil bouncing back hitting a low. No, I'd say low forties, but fully retracing this last move so training around fifty to about this week. But. It's been the biggest move up in the last seventeen months. Okay. That that's a rebound. And you know, what was interesting is the deflation report when I was about to do my market report. Friday, seven thirty the data comes out. What was inflation minus point one percent? That's deflation. Okay. What's the fed worried about? Well, that's a good question. Right. I mean, if you look at if you look at where the bond markets are pricing. What's going to happen with the fed the fed done for a while? It seems like. Yep. That's that that's done. But it also makes high cash flow investments attractive and one of the things. One thing is I'm gonna talk about is how to build a portfolio that pays ten thousand a month twenty thousand a month thirty thousand a month. We actually have a guy making over two hundred grand a month net after fees dividends and interest. Yeah. It takes a lot of money that earned that. But the benchmark benchmark retirement portfolio, which we're going to spend a lot of time at twenty nineteen focusing on. How do you get and our audience business leaders more fluid? I get that. And you know, one of the things I step. I step number one is how do you create a portfolio that pays ten thousand a month and reliable dividends and interest? Right. Okay. Which it will change over time. How do you create that with gains that can exceed inflation logically backed by research? And so if you focus on that goal, I want I want to build a portfolio, I that will pay me ten a month. So that I've got money to go to WalMart, and I can pay my bills. And then it's my it's my my choice. Whether I go to work or not. So that ten thousand a month. It's about a two million dollar portfolio right now, we've got a lot more choices that are actually paying more than that. So we've got portfolios that have topped that Mark that are just over a million and a half, and then the three million dollar portfolio that pays fifteen thousand a month. That can be reached with less money in the current market. Not without price risk to pay tribute to a high cash flow investments, do fluctuate what we what we've demonstrated over time is that can work to the benefit of decline. If your patient you can reinvest until you need the income, or if you don't need it all you reinvest the rest in that part of the returns, more reliable. So. Oil extending its rally. That's longest rally in seventeen months. I thought the rally to seventy seven would have been considered a longer rally just just as a. Just seemed longer to me. But that's the date the dates that get picked out in these headlines. Are I find interesting? Okay. That's yeah. Well that that's Bloomberg. It's our job to give him a bozo. Anna, sir. John award once in a while this anyway. That's key to have this. Awesome insight. Saudi Arabia will continue to be the decisive factor for the markets this year, just as they were last year. I say the biggest thing is US is now a net exporter of oil after having imported as much as fourteen million barrels a day at the peak. That's huge. That's huge cash. Flow coming into the United States. Yeah. And one of those boom areas probably the next ten years. This is a vision because I don't like speculating and highly cyclical oil companies. Or highly cyclical companies I want regular income in something that's going to be worth more than five years. Ten years, right? And what category is a global boom. The next ten years natural gas and liquid natural gas. I got I found this story in the seeking alpha. Right. Pretty good research source energy transfer completing contemplating huge LNG export project. Okay. But they announced it now Kelsey Warren. He's he's up there presence center, but he likes to get headlines, and he pre-announced that he thinks he can get this done. He has a lake Charles facility is going to reverse it just like Chenier project. Right. Were they reverse the liquid natural gas. Now, it's going out the door and sneers make it a lot of money on it. A lot of money on and shell is one of the partners in the lake Charles facility. Ironically, it's run by their China division. Interesting. Yeah. So I guess that means China either big customer. Since I mean, they are the. They are the biggest growth market for Ellen g that's true. And you can't because you can't burn coal in the house anymore. Right. You gotta have a different source of energy natural gas is cheap clean alternative to Branko. Jeez. Rule. You can't burn coal if you're a chinaman. And so all those chinamen running those dangerous liquid natural or natural gas pipes across the front yard that's dangerous. But anyway. I'm sure they'll work it out. But it is a boom and moon by Tokyo Latin America, ironically, the first liquid natural gas ship method Chenier did went out on a boat and the Chinese outbid and the boat turned into ocean change directions said, no, yeah. Right of first refusal worst, China, not Latin America. So that kind of tells you where things are going, and what are the other events this quarter that relates to that? Because everybody says, oh, what about the trade wars not going to buy anything from the United States because the orange guy tweets a lot? So. But, but I think gee, and Trump appear to be on their way to photo op that they want before March first their self imposed deadline. There you go. And you know, what's, you know? What's frustrating me? What's that? Every time. I'm doing the market report. I'm going over all the headlines and stuff every wiggle. And the Dow they they try to attribute it to some trade war headline. It's like there's a lot more reasons. People buy and sell stuff, then then trade negotiations, okay? Which is why people tune into net worth radio because we don't we're not lazy. Journalists not that. All journalists are laser some of them are really good anyway. All right. We're gonna take a quick break. Get to net worth radio dot com for the charts and graphs the intelligence this week. We.
Woman missing in New Jersey since December found dead, authorities say
"And a good monday morning to everybody partly cloudy today highs are gonna hit seventy four degrees not a not a great day but not a terrible day weatherwise lynn thank you kidding me anything over fifty hey some sad news chenier coli she's the twenty four year old woman from paterson new jersey she's been missing since december and over the weekend they found her car with a body in the back seat has not been positively identified but it does appear at least to her father willie coley that it is his his daughter's body missing since december she was abducted on her way to work she's a nursing assistant she's the mother of a four year old boy and where she was abducted her father went there and he said he saw blood and would appear to be her glasses in the brook slope parking lot from which she was reportedly abducted but missing since december and now they found the car with the body in the back well they found the car just about a mile away but what was it just sitting there since december in the same spot.