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Fresh update on "cnbc" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:25 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cnbc" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Predicted this holiday weekend would be rough at nations airports, nearly two and a half million people went through TSA checkpoints on Friday. That's the most since before the pandemic, thousands of them were greeted with delays and cancellations. CBS News, at least Preston, is at Newark international. Alex the RICO opted to take a 9 hour bus ride instead of her first leg flight just to make sure he made his connecting flight out of Newark back home to Singapore. How are you able to laugh at all of this? Well, I mean, it's experience, right? We wouldn't have this experience if we didn't have any troubles. Yeah, close to 4000 flights were delayed today, nationwide, locally, armed three major airports report about 300 delayed flights and 18 cancellations. A glitch in scheduling platform allowed American Airlines pilots to drop thousands of trips for the month of July. That's what the pilots union tells CNBC. American confirms the issue, says it has restored most of the trips. It does not expect the problem to affect its operations, including during the rest of this holiday weekend. The allied pilots association had said more than 12,000 July flights lacked either a captain, a first officer, or both. The cost of a roadside fill up is actually dropping but high gas prices are still a factor in the holiday travel woes. If you are where you want to be congratulations, not everybody is this holiday weekend

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Fresh update on "cnbc" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:53 sec | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "cnbc" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Summer travel season. CNBC reporting the problem caused American Airlines pilots to drop their trip assignments. And as a result, more than 12,000 July flights lacked either a captain, a first officer, or both. American says it has now re staffed about 80% of its affected trips. The legal fallout from the U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning roe versus wade continues as we hear from CBS Christina ruffini. Of the 26 states that already have or are set to ban or severely restrict abortion, judges in 5 have temporarily allowed abortions to continue while the lawsuits play out. In Wisconsin, abortion stopped after the state's law reverted to an 1849 ban. And in Florida, a band sent to take effect on abortions after 15 weeks, was temporarily blocked by a judge who said it violated state privacy protections. In Arkansas, a trigger law is

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Joe Biden & Democrats, Not Putin, Created the High Energy Costs

Mark Levin

01:11 min | Last month

Joe Biden & Democrats, Not Putin, Created the High Energy Costs

"You know I mention this actually a couple months ago now This Russian invasion occurred a hundred days ago today Oddly enough Joe Biden keeps blaming Putin For the increase in energy costs and the Putin oids in this country particularly in the media they keep blaming people for the increase too And of course their bone they're both boneheaded stupid about it Putin didn't create an energy shortage in America The Democrat party and Biden created the energy problem in America He's creating what will be more brownouts and blackouts across the country when it comes to electricity He's created what will be shortages I've been telling you this from the beginning They haven't been telling you this when CNBC they haven't been telling you this on any of the other so called business shows that I can think of I don't watch them all but I've been telling you this forever Why It's common sense

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Prices Are Not Going Back to Where They Were - We Are IN a Recession!

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | Last month

Prices Are Not Going Back to Where They Were - We Are IN a Recession!

"Santelli, prices are not going back to where they were. Play cut 66. But prices are not. And I underscore our not going back to where they were. You'd need months and months of months of minus signs on year over year, a month over month, CPI and PPI. Don't think you're going to get months and months of those. Cut 68 CNBC panelists. I'm concerned about the decline in the labor force participation right. People ask me, do you think a recession is coming? I think we're in a recession. Right now. Like that 68. I am concerned about the declining participation rate and we should have read too much into one month's report. But this is part of the reason we've been seeing pressures on wages. So for president dropping out, again, I think the pressure on wages could continue, so I think there are some signs there of concern. It's maybe the quiet before the storm. Economic adviser for Joe Biden was asked about this about, do you think we're heading towards a recession while we can't rule anything out? What a ridiculous question. We're heading into a session. We are in a recession right now. Play cut 61. Americans, they don't feel good about it, right? You're looking at your feelings. They don't feel good about it. Can you tell the American people that we're not headed for a recession? I can tell the American people that we are much better positioned when it comes to that recession question than pretty much any other advanced economy I've seen. But probably more importantly. So you can't rule it out. Hold on. You can never rule anything out. So that's not really a relevant question. You can never rule anything out. Okay, got it. And who are they blaming? Well, thankfully, the American people are blaming Joe Biden. The economy, inflation created by our response to COVID. We did this. Did not happen

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The Fed Raises Rates by Half a Percentage Point

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 months ago

The Fed Raises Rates by Half a Percentage Point

"All right ladies and gentlemen the fed CNBC has raised rates by half of a percentage point That is the biggest hike in 20 years to fight inflation So rates are going up inflation is going up the value of money is going down The value of your salary other forms of income your pension going down the supply chain has been damaged by inflation and Biden and company You're starting to see more shortages on the shelves The war on fossil fuels and capitalism has had an effect because as we talked about the other evening fossil fuels are everywhere Not just in your vehicle not just heating your home or cooling your home Virtually all material Used to build your home packaging cardboard paper assembly lines tractors harvesting wheat on and on and on The Federal Reserve increased its benchmark interest rate by half a percentage point in line with market expectations The rate move is the largest since 2000 and is in response to burgeoning inflation pressures Federal chairman Jerome Powell the fed chair underlying the commitment to bringing inflation down but indicated that raising rates by 75 basis point at this time is not something the committee is actively considering They raised it by 50 This is a big deal

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The Government Is Moving Forward With Its 'Disinformation Board'

The Trish Regan Show

01:45 min | 2 months ago

The Government Is Moving Forward With Its 'Disinformation Board'

"News today that our government is moving forward with its so called disinformation board, the name itself, of course, is kind of a public relations disaster, disinformation, board government, disinformation board. Come on, guys. I mean, you couldn't do better than that. You know, I find it alarming. I find it alarming as an independent journalist who, by the way, spent the last 20 years working for some of the biggest news organizations in the world from Bloomberg to CNBC to Fox business, I have won many awards for my in depth and investigative reporting and while I've certainly always been aware of the bias out there in mainstream media outlets, I've still always believed and thought that as an American, I am entitled to my opinion. And I'm entitled to share my opinion with you on every single street corner anywhere in this country. And within The New York Times wants to publish it, that's something different after all The New York Times is a publisher. A publisher, a private company, but Twitter, some of these other big tech platforms. I mean, if they wanted to act like publishers, then hey, go for it. They should be subject to all the exact same rules as me. As a publisher, should they not? But one of the reasons people are so concerned about all this right now about Twitter or Facebook or YouTube or any of these platforms is because these venues have effectively become the de facto street corners all around America, the town squares, if you would, and yet they adhere to no publishing roles. And yet, and yet they actually publishers, right? Deciding what you can see what you can't see. Well, now it's going to get worse. Because not only are they deciding this, you're also going to have the government in there, telling them what they can publish and what they can't. I mean, come

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Fed Chair Janet Yellen Says US Shouldn't Expect a Recession

The Trish Regan Show

01:32 min | 2 months ago

Fed Chair Janet Yellen Says US Shouldn't Expect a Recession

"Janet Yellen had a few things to say on this. She's speaking of course at one of the IMF events and didn't interview actually on CNBC with Christina Lagarde and she seems to think that, you know, hey, everything, everything's going to be okay. Listen to her here. I don't expect a recession. Obviously, we are living in our time that's very challenging. And developments in Russia, Ukraine, and yeah, I don't know, is we're not going to have a recession. Wishful thinking, perhaps. On the part of the treasury secretary, I keep in mind she has the treasury secretary now, right? So she has to be, well, she has to carry a certain amount of water for the administration, of course, and nobody wants to talk about recession or recognize that that's a threat, but indeed it is. In fact, Goldman Sachs out recently with the report saying that there was a 35% chance of recession. You've seen a number of banks actually incidentally Deutsche Bank was another come out with increasingly increasing odds of recession. And so this is starting to become part of everybody's vocabulary. I actually think that the odds of recession are way higher and I'm putting them around 85%, 85% chance of recession because there's got to be a pullback in that people can not continue affording what we're seeing, gas prices, for example, food prices, and all of this is protected to grow, continually worse.

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Amazon Taps Former AG Loretta Lynch to Run Racial Equity Audit

Mark Levin

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Amazon Taps Former AG Loretta Lynch to Run Racial Equity Audit

"Go go broke Amazon now has new plans Amazon is now planning a racial equity audit that's going to be led by none other than Loretta lynch Following calls from shareholders for more transparency on the FX of company policy Amazon will be conducting a racial equity audit Of its hourly workers led by former attorney general Loretta lynch CNBC is now reporting that Amazon plans to conduct a racial equity audit of its hourly workers following calls by shareholders provide more transparency about how the company's policies affect diversity equity and workplace inclusion at the ecommerce giant This is going to be amazing I love watching people burn down their own companies I love when these people are unionizing lately I keep it up You guys are doing awesome In a recent securities filing Amazon say that the audit will evaluate any desperate radical impacts On nearly 1 million U.S. alley employees resulting from our policies programs and practices Amazon is employed the services of a law firm Paul Weiss and garrison to conduct the audit which will be led by former attorney general Loretta lynch a partner at the firm

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Joe Biden's Record Low Approval Rating With Breitbart's Matt Boyle

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:23 min | 2 months ago

Joe Biden's Record Low Approval Rating With Breitbart's Matt Boyle

"Let's talk about the latest quinnipiac poll. And I know it's all we have to take that with a dose of salt as well. But this is bad news for Biden, is it not? Trash president, right? I mean, these are trash president. He's a loser president. It's not just the queen of the act or there's a CNBC poll that I'm at 38. He's in the record lows across the board. Look, when a president is under 50, they lose somewhere around 30 something House seats every time in the midterm elections. Biden's under 40. So in most polling now. So at most, he might be in the most favorable ratings in the low 40s. He's in a really bad way. He's tearing his party down. The Democrat party is in shambles. They are mass on every major issue from the crime wave sweeping America through the migrants push streaming across the border, record numbers, 2 million in the first year. It's going to go up when they get rid of title 42. Then in addition to that, the economy is a disaster. The world's less safer place. Everybody can see that this experiment of complete democratic control in Washington D.C. is an abject failure. And Joe Biden is a trash president for lack of a better word. I mean, he's a trash loser president.

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CNBC: CNN+ Draws Less Than 10,000 Viewers per Day

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 2 months ago

CNBC: CNN+ Draws Less Than 10,000 Viewers per Day

"You ever wondered if the powers of B and CNN were out of touch with reality Their thought that people would go yes what I really want to do is actually pay to stream this product So the scene then plus streaming service that went live march 29th it has a tracked a grand worldwide audience of drum roll 10,000 people per day Yeah no kidding If you were then 10,000 people per day CNN plus that according to CNBC so with an average audience of around 700,000 daily viewers to the traditional product I mean who could have seen that coming Who could have seen that people didn't want to pay 5 99 per month or 59.99 annually to put more than their lives and the form of the streaming product And the best part is this doesn't even begin to pay Chris Wallace's contract to whom they lured over from Fox News for that launch You're kind of familiar with the question that if a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it doesn't make a sound similar question could be asked of CNN plus because right now all they're doing is paying Chris Wallace and company to talk to themselves

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Charlie Gasparino: Elon Musk Is Really Good at Disrupting

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Charlie Gasparino: Elon Musk Is Really Good at Disrupting

"Charlie he said you know I saw a CNBC I was watching earlier Cheating a little bit and Becky quit I was going to say you want to get a cheating I know Just did someone slipped in a cut and said hey check this out Even Becky quick over there noticed what he said Elon in his letter to the board where he said quote I will reconsider my position Now that's obviously not an idle threat He knows that's going to go public He's got enough issues going on with the SEC He has leverage here Charlie It's not like he's some weak need little child I mean he has 9.2% of the company right now He liquidates his holdings I mean he suffers a little bit too It's kind of like the problem we have with China and their holdings of us right now But he's got leverage I mean he sells a lot of these executives are paid in options and warrants and all kinds of things They can do some real damage here Yeah and by the way he sells this My guess is that Tesla shares will go up Tesla shares the Tesla people don't like this I think he spread too thin anyway So I mean he might be on the back end if he sells these shares His Twitter stake Listen this is the 5th inning Anybody that says they know what he's doing They don't know him I don't know if he knows what he's doing other than being a disruptor And that's what he's really good at If you followed his career which I have I never met the guy before I haven't sat down and smoked the joint with him unlike Joe Rogan But I'm telling you that if you follow him what he's really good at is disrupting Now he made $200 billion disrupting the electric car vehicle market He's still disrupting And what's fascinating about him is you would think he's totally woke right Electric vehicle is wokeness He comes out and says listen electric vehicles are good for certain people and that not for the masses We can't stop drilling I mean this is Elon Musk That's why the left is so scared

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Elon Musk Thumbs His Nose at the SEC Again With Twitter Stake

Mark Levin

01:32 min | 3 months ago

Elon Musk Thumbs His Nose at the SEC Again With Twitter Stake

"Here's how Alex Sherman and Laura Kalani at MS excuse me could be but NBC what is a CNBC Report on Elon Musk doing something really for freedom I hope he does I hope he's able to have a very positive impact there And makes a difference because he's one of the few people who's quite capable of it I believe And of course Biden doesn't invite him to the meetings when it comes to electric vehicles He brings in GM and Ford and the others because Elon Musk is non union Of course we can't have that You know my view is union non union We'll take them all but that's not Biden's view of course because he's for democracy and against autocracy So CNBC covers it this way Elon Musk thumbs his nose at the SEC again with Twitter stake And you know it's so pathetic Would that be the same SEC now that is demanding that people comply with climate change regulations I hope they're litigated up the wazoo on that They have no statutory authority to do that whatsoever The SEC disgusting It is disgusting how they march us in this country violate our law abuse these bureaucracies abuse our children it is disgusting the whole damn thing

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Brian Deese: There's Nothing the U.S. Can Do About Gas Prices

Mark Levin

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Brian Deese: There's Nothing the U.S. Can Do About Gas Prices

"Somebody named Brian deese Brian deese yes Brian deese director of the national economic council It's done such a fantastic job This guy's ticket should be pulled whatever ticket it is He's on CNBC today Cut 6 go The medium and long-term I think it's the path and the trajectory is clear There is no amount of domestic production that we can do when we are dealing with a volatile global commodity where the price is set globally There's no amount of domestic production we can do to reduce or eliminate such an idiot So ladies and gentlemen there's nothing we can do for the Ukrainians are going to lose There's nothing we can do about the price of fuel It's over These are your Democrats

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Media Goes Wild, Saying Jan. 6 Committee Alleges Charges Against Trump

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Media Goes Wild, Saying Jan. 6 Committee Alleges Charges Against Trump

"We have we have this committee now This January 6th committee operating in secret subpoenaing people conducting depositions in secret Making public that which it chooses to cherry pick and leak New York Times headline January 6th committee lays out potential criminal charges against Trump I want you to think about this Does this sound like Putin CNN Trump and right-wing lawyer were part of criminal conspiracy to overturn 2020 election New York Times isn't done Panels suggest Trump knew he lost the election iron criminal case NBC News January 6th panel argues Trump was involved in criminal conspiracy to overturn election Politico January 6th committee says Trump violated multiple laws and effort to overturn election ABC News January 6th committee evidence Trump engaged in criminal conspiracy may have broken laws Newsweek Donald Trump could face criminal charges after explosive John eastman emails revealed Washington Post analysis understanding the criminal allegations that January 6th committee is constructing against Trump CNBC U.S. capitol riot panel says Trump may have engaged in a criminal conspiracy Axios January 6th panel ledges Trump may have engaged in criminal conspiracy quote unquote to overturn the election Now ladies and gentlemen this is Nancy Eva Pelosi stretch As I hateful vile evil fascist And I hope that appears everywhere on the Internet It's not the first time I've called her a fascist Certainly won't be the last time

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Canada Emulates China as Big Banks Crack Down on Truckers

The Trish Regan Show

02:34 min | 4 months ago

Canada Emulates China as Big Banks Crack Down on Truckers

"Just disgusted by what I'm seeing happening right now in a country that I think we all thought was more aligned with us and it really is. Although these days, I worry about the U.S. and that is Canada. And what we have learned today and this comes to us via a report out of Bloomberg is that the Canadian bankers association apparently confirmed that the royal Canadian mounted police has alerted banks to a list of names and made it available. In fact, christia Freeland, who's now the finance minister, used to be a contributor back at CNBC. When I worked there, she's now the finance minister and she's saying that some accounts have already been frozen. So they are making a very concerted effort here to try and shut down these freedom convoys as they're now known. Truckers who are saying, wait a second, candidate, you've gone too far. You have stolen effectively our right our ability to take care of ourselves and our family with all onerous mandates. And enough is enough. And they have the right to say that. And thus far had very peaceful protests, but because problematic because it's inconvenient because it's going to threaten supply chains according to prime minister Trudeau, they don't want them there. They don't want them protesting. And instead of sitting down with them and maybe some leadership from the freedom convoys and saying, okay, how can we work through this together? Maybe we ought to rethink some of these ridiculous mandates that have made it so difficult for the people of Canada, including the working people of Canada instead of doing that, the answer is to somehow either docks them, as we've seen, even Elon Ilhan Omar was upset about that one, saying, okay, enough is enough. You don't need to dox people because they gave 200 bucks to the freedom convoys. I mean, when Elon Omar is siding with the truckers, I think that Trudeau indeed has quite a problem. But basically, these are emergency orders that they've put into effect. And they would affect every participant in the Canadian financial system. So banks investment firms, credit unions, loan companies, securities, dealers, fundraising platforms that would be like the GoFundMe, et cetera. As well as payment and clearing services and they're basically saying, okay, these people have to have their accounts frozen. You need to report any activity to the Royal Canadian mounted

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Business Owners Urge Crackdown on Shoplifters

The Larry Elder Show

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Business Owners Urge Crackdown on Shoplifters

"Alone. According to a recent survey of 700 small business owners by business org, my business dot org, 54% report an increase in shoplifting last year. One in four saying they're dealing with the issue on a weekly basis. Now this gentleman I talked to you about a moment ago Friedman, the one with the stores in Colorado and Texas, shared a video with CNBC. In which the shoplifter, picking up a Jersey and a hat, then threatens employees with a two foot long machete, and walks out of the store with a stolen merchandise. Friedman said he reported the incident to the police, but his knowledge, no one has yet to be apprehended.

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CNBC's 'Squawk Box' Breaks Down Joe Biden's Rising Inflation Rates

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:23 min | 5 months ago

CNBC's 'Squawk Box' Breaks Down Joe Biden's Rising Inflation Rates

"You have CNN calling you out. When you have CNBC, calling you out, for example, Rick santelli. In cut number one, he joined Steve, Lee's man Aung San NBC's squawk box yesterday, and they broke down some of the latest numbers got number one. CPI headline number of 6 tenths of 1% of 6 tenths of 1% that equals our last look, the high water mark on that was up 9 ten several times October of last year being the most recent. If you strip out food and energy, it was up 6 tenths as well. Both these are hotter than expected and on the core side up 9 tenths of the high water mark from April. So these were supposed to moderate. They did not moderate. Now for the biggies. 7.5 on year over year headline, 6% on year over year core. Let's go to the whiteboard. So 7.5% and that is, of course, on headline, you have to go to 1982 to find a higher number and of course when we look at 5.5 on core, well, 5.5 December of 21 was 5.5. So therefore we are equaling what we have seen last but no, it came in at 6%. So now we have to go down on the white board to August of 82.

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Jen Psaki Shrugs off Crime Concerns as Part of ‘Alternate Universe’

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 5 months ago

Jen Psaki Shrugs off Crime Concerns as Part of ‘Alternate Universe’

"Yeah, when they're pee, says the first year of the Biden administration was extraordinary. I'd agree with that. Although I suspect we have a different interpretation of extraordinary. But extraordinary is one way to put it. Yesterday, press secretary laughing off the concerns that 83% of Americans have, according to a recent poll that crime is the first and foremost problem in America's communities. And Psaki shrugs this off as Fox being in an alternate universe. She was on a podcast explaining that she's got the four screens on her wall. The cable news networks. I guess that would be Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, and what was the fourth maybe MSN or CNBC, I guess? So those are the four cable news networks that real image really for news and breaking news and opinion is just Fox MSNBC. And CNN, things are so bad incidentally over at MSNBC that their top rated show host is taking a sabbatical

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The Larger Significance of the NPR-Sotomayor Story

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:46 min | 5 months ago

The Larger Significance of the NPR-Sotomayor Story

"I'd like to talk about the larger significance of this NPR story about the Supreme Court and masking. I wasn't going to cover the story. I thought it was kind of dumb. But Debbie's like, no, people are talking about it. You should cover it, and I want to do it in a way that draws out. What's really going on here? Because you see the essence of fake news. And it started out with Nina totenberg, the kind of longtime court reporter of NPR. Saying the following, she said that according to sources at the court Sotomayor did not feel safe in proximity to people who were not masked. Nina told mug reported that justice Roberts, understanding that, quote, in some form as the other justices to mask up. And then says tort, they all did, except Gorsuch, who as it happens sits next to Sotomayor on the bench, is continued refusal to do so has meant that Sotomayor has not attended the justice weekly conference in person, joining by telephone. Now, this article was just picked up because it suggested this kind of, wow, even at the Supreme Court, you've got all this insider Garfield going on over masking. So right away, CNBC was all over at MSNBC, CNN, and then of course all the pundits began to weigh in. He has made a Hassan. Why is it that the public figures on the right who claim to be pious Christians and believers and morality and decency turn out to be awful awful people? So you got the statement and then all the speculations on top of the statement presuming, of course, the statement to be true. And then justice Roberts put out a statement basically saying I never asked the other justices to be masked, boom. And after that, this was even more unprecedented. There was a statement that came out from Sotomayor and Gorsuch. So what are my says? I never asked that gore such be masked. I never, I never made that requirement. Gorsuch said I never heard anything of this sort from the chief justice has never been any such rule. The whole story was made up. The whole story was lies. Now, the killer. Here's a Nina totenberg tweeting after all this after three statements think of the how unusual it is for three justices of the court to come out and directly dispute all of them, saying the same thing and say meeting Nina totenberg's reporting as follows. You think she'd be like eating crow, right? No. Quote, NPR stands by my reporting. In other words, the three justices are liars. Either that, or some analysts have tried to cover her by saying that in an original report, she said that the judge Roberts quote in some form as the justice system makeup as though in some form means he didn't really. He just sort of implied

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Debunking the Biden Job Creation Myth

The Larry Elder Show

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Debunking the Biden Job Creation Myth

"Now this is CNBC and remember on CNN, they did a story, Leo hannan, The Economist from UCLA and I talked about this the other day. Inflation is actually good for everyday people. Good for ordinary Americans bad for rich people that said, but good for ordinary Americans. Here is an economist on CNBC. Again, CNBC at NBC, not exactly friendly towards Republicans and conservatives. It's possible, especially if you're talking about real wages, which are negative if you look at the CPI numbers. Well, real wages are negative, but I thought I thought inflation was good for everyday Americans. I'm concerned about is that, yes, we've seen wage increases, but we've seen wage increases driven by labor shortages. But economy and this is an important point, hasn't added one single job from the 2019 high water mark.

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"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Nobody else really understands how tough the job is. And sometimes I don't expect any sympathy, by the way. But it takes all you got. Every bit of brain power, every bit of experience that you've developed over decades of professional career. Every bit of energy you can devote, and even then you're not guaranteed a success. All you can guarantee is that you will throw everything you have at it. And so sure, it's been a wild ride. Sometimes scary. Sometimes hilarious, especially with some of the things I'm seeing come my way. But always important. I felt I wasn't just doing a job that I really was given a mission. By these retail investors. And it was okay, buddy, you're in charge of this 101 year old American institution. Maybe where I had my first kiss on a date when I was you know 16 years old. Save it. Don't let it disappear. Don't let this COVID virus or Wall Street take it down. Don't let it happen. Don't let it be on your watch. And that's something I've taken to heart. Every single day the last year and a half, and we probably have a year and a half to go. Before we can look ahead and know that the coronavirus is just an ancient unpleasant memory. It's been a pleasure speaking with you. I've only had the chance to speak about you. And so it's been fun speaking to you. First of all, thank you, Melissa. And given that I've never gotten more than four or 5 minutes on CNBC, this light counts as like 20 or 30 interviews..

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"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:43 min | 6 months ago

"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"What AMC has traditionally been. And so I think as the next year or two unfold, you'll see us branching out into different businesses than just playing movies and movie theaters selling a Coke in a popcorn. You mentioned that you would reach out to rein Cohen of GameStop and I'm wondering how far those talks have gone and what a partnership with GameStop from your perspective would look like. Well, I didn't say I'd reached out to Ryan Cohen. I said that AMC had reached out to GameStop. We are in discussions with our marketing organizations and touch with their marketing organization. There are lots of ideas that have been floated and we'll see what happens. That earnings call that you talked about where we mentioned that we had not been in contact with GameStop yet, but we're going to get in contact with GameStop was only a month ago. Partnerships between two big companies take a little longer than four weeks to solidify, especially if they're going to mean anything. So it's pretty mature and answer the question, but let's say what I'll come on CNBC and tell you when the time comes when we know more. Oreo go on YouTube. Because that is that seems the way you communicate with retail investors. When did you realize that you had to go on YouTube to reach your new shareholder base? Very lucky. I have 31 year old twin sons. One of whom spends about 8 hours a day on the Internet. Every single day, he sends me the most interesting things that he finds on the Internet about AMC. It was my son, who sent me a copy of the tweet or tres trades, wanted me to come on and do an interview on YouTube. All of a sudden, right after he let me know it existed, I was deluged, again, there's that word deluged, but that's how I feel some days because I get so much feedback coming in that retail investors really wanted to see me on trade trades on YouTube. And I did it. And we went for an hour, try getting an hour on CNBC. It's not easy. We went for an hour. And just walked 350,000 times, I think. So I've done it twice since. And each time, oh, and don't ever do this at your network. But you know, at YouTube, they have a thumbs up and a thumbs down. Thing, right under the video, I forget exactly what it is today, but I remember checking immediately after the first interview on YouTube. And checking for several days thereafter. And it was running 98 to two positive. I haven't done anything in my life that's been rated in 98 to two positive. Even my mother wouldn't have given me 98 to two positive. So we knew that, look, this is where our retail investors are. They are enthusiastic about our company. We're serious that we need to talk to our investors. And if they're watching CNBC, which they do will be on CNBC. If they're watching trace trades and other programs on YouTube, that's where we'll be too. You know, I talk about this whole issue of communicating with the investors. But if you think about it, look how much time company management teams devote. To communicating with the institutional investment community, who forever and ever have been the owners of most companies on public stock exchanges..

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"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

07:42 min | 6 months ago

"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"AMC entertainment has had a wild year 2021 saw the movie theater chain almost file for bankruptcy and its resurgence, thanks in part to a group of retail investors who call themselves apes. At the helm of it all with CEO Adam Aaron, CNBC spoke with Aaron for a documentary about the 8 movement. I'm Melissa Lee and this is a full conversation I had with Adam aron in September 2021. So Adam, you're in Kansas City right now? I am, where I'm filming this from an AMC theater in olaza Kansas. How long was that theater empty? And when did that theater reopen? You're bringing back bad memories. I remember on February 23 of 2020. Hearing word in my office that the city fathers in Milan want us to shut half a dozen theaters for ten days. That was the first time we heard any news that the coronavirus had sort of escaped the borders of China. It had been contained in China in January and early February. And I remember thinking at that time, well, it's only 6 theaters in Milan and we've got a thousand theaters globally and 15 countries. It would be very bad if it were to spread or to come to the United States where we're the largest movie theater chain in the U.S. with 600 theaters here, but it's only half a dozen theaters in Milan. Three weeks later, three weeks. We had to shut all 1000 of our theaters in all of the United States, all of Europe and all the Middle East. And our theaters stage shut from the middle of March of 2020, some started reopen in Europe in June, but not many here in the United States. We started reopening in about August of 2020. But there were very few movies to show because studios were delaying the releases of films. And so we were showing old movies from 20 and 30 years ago. And nobody came to our theaters. So whether the theaters were shot like the doors locked, which they were for about 6 months. Or effectively shut. Which has been more like a year and a half. Because we've really only started to see the return of big movies in the smallest of numbers starting in April and May of 2021 and really it won't be until October of 2021 that we'll see one blockbuster movie after another being released. That's going to start with, I think No Time to Die and James Bond September 30 in Europe, October 8th here in the United States. When all the screens went dark, Adam did you ever think that 17, 18 months from that point, you'd be sitting here, you will have announced a $25 million ad campaign. You will have raised billions of dollars in capital. And your stock would be at 40 something dollars a share. So if you had asked me in February or March of 2020, I couldn't have imagined any of this. Any of this. I remember when we closed our theaters in mid March, various experts were saying we would be shut for four to 6 weeks. And I remember thinking, I'm a man who likes to under promise and over deliver. So I said, well, look, maybe they're wrong. So let's put out a press release saying we'll open up in 6 to 12 weeks. That'll give us a cushion. That's double what they're all saying. Yeah, 12 weeks. Our theaters were closed for 6 months in the United States. We were starved of new movie releases for well over a year. You could some could argue, we just came off a great Labor Day weekend with Shang-Chi, which smash Labor Day records. But really big movies don't start until the fall, we had no idea that we were almost going to run out of cash, 5 different times in 2020, a big multinational company, $5 billion plus in revenue, very stable industry, mature industry. It wasn't growing all that fast, but certainly wasn't shrinking. All of a sudden, we had no revenue at all, just overnight, gone. And that we would work our way through that without having to file for bankruptcy. And then to lead into the embrace of AMC by retail individual investors who have so enthusiastically come to the rescue of AMC in 2021. The whole thing is an amazing story. How did you become a meme stock? And did you even know what a meme was when you became a meme stock? There are a lot of different reasons. We certainly never expected it, right? We've been complaining for all the way back to the summer of 2017. That there was a lot of short activity in our stock, all because people were predicting the demise of movie theaters and we've been making the case since 2017 that people are way too quick in conventional wisdom to write off. Movie theaters, movie theaters are very resilient category. We've been around for over a century of a popular part of cultural fabric, the world over. Movie theaters have survived everything that's been thrown at us. It sounds like a long time ago, but radio was supposed to put movie theaters out of business and TV was going to put us out of business, and VCRs were going to put us out of business. And DVDs were going to put us out of business, and now streaming is supposed to be putting us out of business. And guess what? People love going to movie theaters. I think the rally that surrounded AMC that started in January 2021, I think part of that started because people noticed that there was a heavy concentration of short selling in AMC stock. But I also think that major ingredients were average every day of American investors and lots of average everyday retail investors overseas, love going to theaters. And they didn't want to see a proud 101 year old American company like AMC disappear. So many people have great memories. Of having watched a big movie at some point in their lives, with someone they cared for, whether as a parent or a sibling or someone they were dating or their kids, and they didn't want to see AMC disappear. And they've been reading in the press that people were predicting that the COVID pandemic was going to drive us into bankruptcy. And they just didn't want that to happen. And so they surrounded our company. And as you as 2021 is played out, we're a popular company on the tips of everyone's tongues. Let's go back to the end of 2020. AMC was sort of teetering on bankruptcy. And then you had a $917 million capital raise. You came out to CNBC, didn't interview two days later, hashtag save AMC started to trend. Did you know that was happening? Did you realize what was going on at that.

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"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:15 min | 8 months ago

"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Joins us now to break down the action, Mike. Yeah, so in Uber options we saw a trade more than two and a half times the average daily call volume. Sentimental is actually mixed despite the fact that calls outpace puts by more than four to one, the most active options that we saw were the December 50s, over 18,000 of those traded, including some purchases of blocks of a thousand. Somebody paid a dollar 50 for those, but I would also point out that late in the day we did see a purchase of over 7200 of the November 41 puts. Those were a trading for only about 53 cents. That took place within the last ten minutes of the day. Either way, the options market is implying some pretty big moves over the coming weeks. Traders betting on moves of more than 10% to both the upside and the downside. Mike, thanks for that for more options, action, be sure to tune into the full show. That is Friday 5 30 p.m. Eastern Time. Up next, final trades. Welcome back to fast last check here on the socks moving the after hour session. That move on MGM by the way, it extended its pop just in the past, I don't know half hour or so, so that's something to watch right now as a call goes on there. Time for the final trade. Let's go around the horn. Tim Seymour. Yeah, another bomb detonate Robinhood. I don't think their problems change overnight but very sticky platform and a great demographic and I think a lot of downside ball should be an opportunity. So again, nibbling an options, Robinhood. Karen. Yeah, I'm gonna be buying more Zilla Zillow, the puke out may not be over, but I think the valuation is fantastic here. Steve brasso. Can't believe Karen didn't wait for that three day rule. I'm gonna go with Capri. I'm a stay in consistent here. Today it should be trading at 95 given the fair multiple of what it's worth today. So I'm sticking with that one Capri. Guy. Shout out to Jeff lane in Utah who says he hasn't missed the show since you've been hosting Mel. Big Mel fan. Palantir into earnings on the 9th. He's better attendance than I do. Thanks for watching fast money. Not money with Jim Cramer starts right now..

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"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

07:37 min | 8 months ago

"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Plus, check out this monster move in a firm, the stock is soaring in the after hours on earnings. We'll write down the numbers straight ahead and later, inflation nation consumer prices seeing their biggest annual jump in more than 30 years. How you can head yourself against rising prices. But first we start with an earnings alert on Disney. The stock is down 3% to the after hours trading session after reporting a major miss for Disney+ subscribers. The call is underway right now. Let's get straight to Julia Boris, who's got the details, Julia. Melissa, Disney missing expectations on the top and bottom line reporting earnings of 37 cents per share versus the 51 cents that were estimated. Revenue of 18.5 billion falling short of the 18.8 billion analysts projected and that all important Disney+ subscriber number, the company added just about 2 million subscribers. Now, that was in line with the slowdown that CEO bob chapek warned about. He said, they would add in the low single digit millions, but it was still far less than the 9 million that analysts had been hoping the company would add. Now, on the earnings call, which is underway right now, tape X stressing that the company is focused on the long-term growth of Disney+ and not on quarter to quarter numbers. He said there's still on track to reach their 2024 forecast of 230 to 260 million subscribers. Now jpeg says they are continuing to invest in new content, announcing that companies planning to increase its annual content spending. They originally said it was going to be between 8 and 9 billion by fiscal 2024. They say it's going to be more than that. They didn't say just how much, but they said they're going to be focusing on local and regional content as the primary driver of that increase. He also reiterated the company's commitment to sports, noting that all of their sports deals have a digital component as well as a linear one and said they see many opportunities ahead for sports betting. Now, ESPN+ was an area of strength, the company adding more subscribers than expected and those ESPN's plus subscribers have higher average revenue per user than anticipated. One thing I have to note here, Melissa is that bob jpeg already talked about the metaverse. He said that this is all moving towards their ability to interact with consumers in a metaverse world. And we'll have to talk about that and much more when I sit down with bob chapek and a first on CNBC interview that's going to be coming up as soon as this call is over. I want to know if there's going to be a Disney World in the metaverse. There has to be, you got to ask me. I'm sure there is, right? Yeah. Julia, thank you, Julia borsten. All right, Tim Seymour, your shareholder. What do you make of this quarter? Do you focus squarely on the miss in Disney+? Well, I think first of all, bob chapek as much as we talk about Disney connecting their physical and digital roles in the Disney metaverse. Right now, it's about the DTC business and the subs. And that's been where the multiples come from. And as a Disney shareholder, I have to acknowledge that this multiple is not cheap and if you do it on a DTC basis and revenues are 7 and a half times you get somewhere just north of where Netflix is trading in terms of the DTC. You give them, I guess a better multiple because of the growth. And even though it's slower, they're growing probably twice as fast as Netflix is on an annualized basis, if not more. But bob chapek should have effectively guided down all analysts and really I guess that's the issue here. In other words, I think we got the sense that these numbers were going to come in where they did. And I just think a lot of the street hadn't downgraded JPMorgan on a 119 million in terms of subs. I think if you look around the street, there were some analysts that were late to downgrade those numbers. Yet we got this guidance. I think the stock will probably ultimately settle in. And again, thinking about the stock, the stock traded down on that guide somewhere around one 69 one 68. Let's see where we go in the after hours here. But I do think much of this was flagged. I do think that Disney still is the premium story when you combine both the flywheel of what they have, the studio and the strength of what they've been doing combined with their DTC growth. And reaffirming two 32 60 million by 24 is still extraordinary growth. And yes, they fast forwarded because of COVID. But I still think this is a place that a lot of people didn't think they would be. So today is a shareholder. These were not great numbers, but we expected that. So Disney+ has been in existence now for about two years. It's a two year anniversary of Disney+ Karen. So is it fair to annualize the growth that we've seen going forward and compare that to Netflix or I mean at certain point, you say Disney's total addressable market is much different in size than a Netflix. It doesn't have that mass appeal. So should we assume that it's going to keep growing at the rate that it's growing and or even reach Netflix mass? Right. Well, that's a really good question. I think it's not, I don't know they can grow at the rate they were going. I mean, the pandemic, if you're, you know, setting up a streaming service, the pandemic was probably the greatest thing that could have happened to you. So hopefully we're not in that environment again. And so I think the momentum that they had, it just has to slow, right? I don't think we'll be in that setup that was so favorable to them. Their execution was excellent. So I don't begrudge them that it's just the environment was so good. I don't know if they can expand their offerings to maybe get a wider audience. Obviously, the ESPN part is good. But it's interesting. I thought maybe chap it last time when he said that was maybe sort of sandbagging a little bit and it wouldn't be quite that bad. But now we know that he wasn't. And so we know in the future to listen to a very, very carefully because what he says is probably true. And that's sort of interesting. And in this environment, when you talk about you're going to be spending a lot and you're multiple is really high. People are okay with that for a while as long as the growth is there. So I'm surprised actually it's not down a little more than it is. Yeah. I mean, to Tim's point to what Julia was saying before, you know, the guidance for the subs was exactly. It came in pretty much where jpeg said it was going to come in. So I think that's an important point to make Pete. At the same time, when you take a look at this business and you know that it's going to be spending more. And we don't have a figure yet, but it's going to be north of 8 to $9 billion, which is what they had said it would be before on content. Does this all add up to this stock being valued where it's valued? Well, you're talking to a guy who got out of it around this level when it came up from the 90s. I got out around this level. And now I'm starting to look at it again, Mel, but I think the problem that I run into when I'm looking at this company is this is a company that for so many years call it 5 6 years going into the last couple of years. This is a company that traded in the teens as far as its PE. So when you look at this company now and you see where it's trading and I get it, the streaming and that's a huge something that we thought that they should have gotten in far longer than it should have been not just two years ago. It should have been ten years ago. But that didn't happen. So they've gotten into it for the last couple of years. They've done really well, but the deceleration process is something I think we did expect to see some of that, especially as Karen was just saying, after we've come out of the pandemic and then suddenly people actually want to get out and be about a little bit. But I think that there are so many different elements to this earnings call that kind of concerned me quite frankly, here we are trading in the upper 30s for PE. I look over at Netflix who has far more pricing power. They've got incredible growth as well, just, you know, Disney. Unfortunately, only 2 million subs. So when you really look at added subs..

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"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:19 min | 8 months ago

"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Are all hard jobs. These are all very hard jobs where you do learn like the hard earned value of a dollar. And yes, it did run through my mind. Why are you throwing away your hard earned money? You worked 8 hours for this and you just threw it away in 30 minutes. It's an addiction. In just four years, David had gone from being a kid who loved sports to one of the estimated 4 million Americans with compulsive gambling disorder, and he did it with the click of a button. There have been a number of new patients I've seen who've never set foot inside a casino who've never placed a bet with a lottery or gondo a horse track at all in person. Doctor Timothy fong has treated gambling addiction for more than 20 years as a psychiatrist and co director of UCLA's gambling studies program. The real question that we should be asking ourselves is what does it mean to have in our pockets essentially all in Las Vegas and Atlantic City, Macau, 24 hours a day at lightning speeds. We have a new potential source of gambling and that's the Internet. And we have to do more to understand it, prevent it and to stop people early on in their careers from developing gambling disorders. After college, David developed a cocaine addiction in addition to his sports betting, and the path ahead was only getting rockier. His life revolved around placing bets and his debt was growing. So how much were you in the hole at this point? I must have been in the whole a lot of money, probably like 50 to 60 K and then probably like ten K from my just own savings hard earned money. Everything that I had earned once a gambling. So 50 to $60,000 to credit cards and loans. These sleazy like 30% interest rate loans, things like that, just to get whatever money I could. So what'd you think you'd do at that point? Oh, I was going to win, and I was just going to throw it back in to pay it off. I was going to win and then just pay off the loan. But one night, David couldn't outrun his losses anymore. I actually come home one night, and I see these two credit card statements on the table. David kept calling me. They were open, so I knew my mom had read them. Then I finally got in touch with him. And he's crying. I knew for a fact she knew I was gambling. And at that point, my heart just sunk all the way into my stomach. He hit rock bottom. I can't imagine what was going through your mind. I was scared that he was going to do something that he shouldn't. That would be harmful. I don't want to say the words. You are afraid he was going to take his life. Yes. I could tell you with certainty that I didn't want to live. The only purpose for me to live was to pay off my debt so that if I did leave, my parents wouldn't have to deal with it. It was at that breaking point, David checked into one of the top gambling rehabs in the country. Residential treatment center in Los Angeles. How common is David's story? Oh. All time. That's what we see. It's nonstop..

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"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:24 min | 8 months ago

"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

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"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:45 min | 8 months ago

"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"1992, Congress had banned sports betting nationwide, with only a few exceptions, pushing the activity into the shadows. Now to a big decision that has big money ramifications. But the Supreme Court struck down that ban in 2018, leaving it up to the states to decide whether to legalize the floodgates were open. New Jersey governor Phil Murphy sees the opportunity. I'm gonna walk back and make those two bets the first two legal sports bets in the history of the state. By September 15th, 2021, sports betting was allowed in 26 states, mobile bedding in 16 of them, the online market is expected to be worth $39 billion by $2033 you can see that growth in the onslaught of ads. You just choose your bet. Get exclusive 30 to one odds on pick a sport, place a bet, boom. Go to dynamite. Online gambling, sports and other Internet wagering companies spent nearly $250 million on TV spots in the first 6 months of 2021 more than in the previous two years combined. And it's not just casinos and betting apps making money. Pro teams and media companies are in on the action too. CNBC's parent company Comcast and NBCUniversal are investors in FanDuel, NBCUniversal is also an investor in points bed. In the TV ratings game, the edge goes to those who can keep fans tuned in. Putting some money on games that I didn't really have a stake in from a rooting perspective was really nice. And you really wanted to see them win because you're winning if they're winning. When you go to games, you can hear buzz. People talking about betting. Social media influencers feed the frenzy. Not family advice, but I do have three pets. With best bets and big paydays, reinforcing the ecosystem that fans like Anthony da bondo want to be a part of. Last year, the Tampa Bay Rays had a miraculous World Series run. And I had the 25 to one bet on them to win. It was an emotional ride. It was fun. Almost became a race fan in a way where I bought a hat. I was going to buy a Jersey if they won. DraftKings cofounder Paul Lieberman sees that emotional ride firsthand at the company's headquarters in Boston. Paul's ahead of global product and technology. This is our network operations center. In the last minute, for example, there were 462 bets that were made on our sportsbook, and that will say, now it's 482. It keeps on updating. Pretty Super Bowl will get to tens of thousands per minute. Tens of thousands. Just before the Super Bowl just before the Super Bowl before the game starts before the game starts that day. That kind of action took a nosedive when live sports went on hiatus as the pandemic hit..

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"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Melissa Lee and this is generation gamble, a special CNBC podcast. Act one all in. Two on one. Forts have been my biggest passion since I was probably 6 or 7. Blue Jays fills. My name's Anthony bundo. I'm 22 years old. How do you get hurt not making the same things? Always used to read the morning paper, just turn to the sports section and just study the stats. Anthony de bundo describes himself as a sports nut. And he has the apps to prove it. Can you show me your phone? What's on your phone? Yeah, so I have the MLB app, which is always on my phone in the bottom corner, especially during the season. Action network app. We got FanDuel sports, DraftKings, foot mob, info goal, with Yahoo, as well, watch ESPN app. And we'll be ballpark app to fan tracks is my fantasy baseball app. As long as he's got his phone, Anthony can instantly get in on the action. Right now, it's Premier League soccer. The game I'm on actually is Chelsea against West Ham United. And so I will then go into the app and I will place a bet to win $50, place the bat. It goes in. I'm in. That literally took 5 seconds. Yeah. I spend a good amount of time each week, studying lines, studying matchups, looking at advanced analytics to try to figure out how I'm going to bet a game. I say you definitely think of this as more skill than luck. A 100%. Oh, God, here it comes. So how do you make out on that bed? Final score here, West Ham nil, Chelsea walk. I made money on that, made 50 bucks on that. But I lost my other bet that day. So I ended up being washed. For Anthony and his generation, the legalization of online sports betting has been a game changer with top rated apps like DraftKings and FanDuel now at their fingertips. 9 point win for the bears. The Syracuse grads even parlayed his hobby into a gig into the over the action network. Both attacks really impressed me more a sports analysis site for betters. So you can look at all of my action. So 3.1 thousand bets, he's racked up more than 3000 bets in three years. What do you like about gambling? It's a rush. It's a challenge. During lockdown, an entire nation went looking for a rush. In 2020, sports Betty and I gaming like poker and slots reach more than $1.5 billion each.

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"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"cnbc" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Today sound like they could be even more addictive because they're actually being created and adjusted to what the gamer wants. Yes. Completely completely. For a generation raised on smartphones and influenced by social media, I'll show you exactly how much of a millionaire without doing any research. Some apps have encouraged more daring attitudes towards money. You open it up every single day and you're like, oh my God, I just made 700 more dollars. People are saying, you could be a millionaire. It doesn't feel like real money. Just 'cause it's so easy. It's almost the same thing as going shopping online. With the explosion in online bedding and investing apps, is business simply giving us what we want. You can bet on the games you want any time you want. Or turning us into a generation of gamblers. You invested $10,000 and it turned into $1.3 million on a cryptocurrency created based on a meme. That was me with spare money. I took a huge risk in this through ten grand and this one ended up taking off. I'm Melissa Lee, and this is part two of generation gamble, a special CNBC podcast. Act 5 all that glitters. So the moving structures came and this is everything that we're moving. So we're about to load up the Corvette and the Tesla. Matt laureen is leaving home for the first time. It's coming to Miami. He's having a first class flight and heading south. You officially made it to Miami. He is here for the city's emerging crypto and tech scene. In some ways, Matt is already fitting right in. So this is the top of the line, the best one you could get for the Corvette C 8. Bright red, can't miss it, but. You can not miss it. That's for sure. Did you pick the color because it would show up really well in videos? Exactly. You know me too well. That's exactly why. That's.

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"cnbc" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"cnbc" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Making those comments to CNBC of course people are told that as they're told to stay home the restaurant industry is taking a major hit in fact chef Tom Acala geo I said this is the end of the restaurant industry as we know it the remarks as probably a million the culinary workers have restaurant the dealership as waiters bartenders busboys are unemployed as of yesterday and every every restaurant in New York actually close at this point California Las Vegas and my feeling is that for for the industry and I would say somewhere around seventy five percent of these restaurants will never reopen and so we're looking at the major major change because even when we rebound from from from from the calamity right now the jobs are going to be there unless unless there is a major influx of capital and not loans because alone or with me the first influx of capital small businesses especially restaurants for years we've heard of small businesses are the backbone of this country and for years we don't get much support for coming out there on our own and we we need we need help and I'm sure a lot of small businesses every call because we're going to be Alfa Romeo Daniel talk about unemployment in the family first act the there's right now unemployment rate if it ever happens if you get through the Senate that seventy five percent of your salary up to four thousand dollars a month people can read about that the benefit of the cake it's forty eight thousand dollars we need a government that's something and and you know the other thing that you asked this is we expect to close down a restaurant yeah there's a physical thing at fifteen o'clock this route we give as much food as possible to our staff and donate up to fifty two the ours didn't you're always there to support the the the the first three numbers tell the story organizations but there's also there's the human aspect of it it's sitting there in front of people who work for me for eighteen years and telling them that there's no job and and and coming together and trying to kind of hold each other together and making sure that during the time that we're all communicating with each other and tell each other the financial aspect to this but there's there's the human aspect of it that's really for sure he is a really painful and and then we got a sort of looking for one week if we come out of this what kind of country are we gonna have yeah there's increasing increasing pressure on lawmakers in Washington to just get a package done new Zealand's government announcing it will spend billions in supporting companies as it tries to shore up its economy which is headed for a recession the stimulus package equivalent to four percent of GDP a large chunk of that will go to businesses that can show they've lost more than thirty percent of their income as a result.

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"cnbc" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"cnbc" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"CNBC Phil lebeau he was asking whether the drop was reminiscent of the former dips in demand by the two thousand three sars outbreak or September eleventh and the CEO of Southwest Airlines said that it was more like nine eleven the CEO of southwest said it has a nine eleven feel that's how much bookings are down on southwest Hey you know it's got to be the same for American United and delta and those airlines have even more exposure with their support their international routes you know southwest does what that I think southwest does Mexico and and it was but some some closer international but the C. yourself where said that he thought the dip in bookings was an over reaction but that southwest is financially prepared to handle the fallout but that demand it gives you chills you are here I'm talking about scuba diving in the caymans and how we went on I remember we went to the caymans in December of two thousand one and it was a ghost town these people were still reeling after nine eleven that was December of course nine eleven happened in last September and it was the rest the September October November and we went Christmas time and it was a ghost town as people were it was still just shocked and we're not traveling internationally we did enter here this comparison to nine eleven in the drop off the airlines faced it just sends a shiver down your spine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide number I'd love to hear from you have you cancel any trips the other day trips coming up how about business trips are you a business traveler have York what we're seeing conventions and meetings of all over the place had been canceled I saw that the the ace hardware convention was canceled because the corona fears sell all the ace hardware dealers from around the country I love to grab your calls on this are you fearful of going on vacation have you had vacations canceled have you had business travel cancel if you want to weigh a love to hear your stories eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine I'm telling you right now that I'm planning to fly in a little over a week's time folks with the family and then I've got travel coming up in April several times and I've got air travel schedule for may coming up I love to hear from you eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the CDC scare why did trump plan to go to the CDC that it was canceled now back to the CDC and the president is at the CDC as we speak all of that coming up on my phone news radio WFLA and now another addition of obvious news from geico experts now say that wearing more clothes in the winter will in fact help you be warmer we asked called victim Trent Patterson about this and here's what he said that was the weirdest thing I I was a little cold put on a sweater then wasn't called.

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"cnbc" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

12:52 min | 2 years ago

"cnbc" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"Cnbc WHO's touting stocks and bonds he could say all. These central bankers are making mistakes. They've all got it wrong. They're destroying the currencies. We're GONNA have massive inflation. The dollar is going to collapse. These other currencies are going to collapse and he gets away with it but not only is he not challenged on the validity of his forecast. But these guys aren't even questioning his partiality like they do with me. I mean not. Everybody does it but a lot of guys on. Cnbc have accused me of basically lying of talking my buck. They'll say Peter. You're only saying these ridiculous things. You couldn't possibly believe this. You're just trying to sell goal right. You're just coming on here trying to get people to buy gold even though you know. I'm trying to get people to invest in a lot of things not just gold but yes. I talked about goal because nobody else was and I think people should own it and by the way it's up better than sixty percent in the last four years it's up six and a half percent so far. This year is beating the stock market. So why shouldn't people own gold? But I've always been accused of well. You're just trying to get people to buy gold so you can make a sale because you're selling goal so you're saying all this stuff just to convince people to buy gold. Well why don't they say that to the Bitcoin guys? Why didn't anybody on fast money? Say Hey mark you soco. Don't you manage crypto funds? Aren't you just trying to sell crypto? Don't you have a vested interest in people buying Bitcoin? Isn't that why you're on here saying all this stuff right? Don't you need it to go up because in the case of this guy it's actually a true thing because first of all when it comes to goal no matter what I say. I can't affect the price of gold but I can go on. Cnbc every day and say by goal by gold. And it's going to have no effect on. The price is a huge liquid market. Nothing that I could do could influence the price but you go on. Cnbc and you say by Bitcoin by Bitcoin is going way up. That actually can influence the market. It's a thin enough market that that type of media coverage touting it can actually make the price of bitcoin go up but of course when you're involved in bitcoin right. Bitcoin and I've used the word Ponzi scheme. Sometimes to describe it but what it's really more like is a pyramid scheme than a Ponzi Scheme. And the difference. Between a pure minute ponzi scheme kushner subtle oposite scheme is when you have one guy right. That's perpetuating a fraud. He's selling the thing and he knows it's a scam. But he doesn't tell the investors but appeared scheme. It's not just one guy. It's everybody who buys it. Who BUYS INTO IT MAKES MONEY BY convincing others to buy it too so that they can sell what they bought at a higher price. So there's no one person that is just scamming everybody ponzi style. It basically takes on the dynamic of pyramid but when you are involved in a pyramid yes. You've got to get on television if you can and convince people to buy what you already own so the price will go up. I never have to do that with the price of gold. I mean the price of gold has real demand out. There doesn't matter if I get anybody to buy it or not. It's going to be bought. It's going to be bought by central banks as a reserve asset. It's going to be bought by the jewelry. Industry is going to be aerospace and medicine and consumer electronics people are going to buy gold regardless of what I say. That's not true for Bitcoin. You'VE GOT TO GET PEOPLE OUT THERE. Pumping it trying to convince people that the price is going to go up so by it but me. Why when you get this guy coming on. Cnbc and he say all this stuff nobody challenges. Nobody pushes back the way they would. If it were me and I was saying the exact same things except I was saying you should buy goal but this guy can say all the things that I used to say about why. You should buy gold but applied to bitcoin and he gets nothing but respect. Everybody's okay right but meanwhile bitcoin is a complete scam as far as being a store of value or a safe haven or any type of monetary asset. There should be a lot more skepticism. When you're interviewing a guy promoting bitcoin than a guy like me who simply telling people to buy gold and in fact one of the things that this guy said is that he was encouraging people not only to buy bitcoin. He said go out and buy some bitcoin. Keep Stacking Saito. She's just by by it but then he said take some of your bitcoin and send it into my fund and I'll pay you an eight percent interest on your bitcoin. Now how the hell can you pay anybody eight percent interest on Bitcoin? I mean obviously what you're making. Bitcoin denominated loans. I mean how you pay eight percent banks aren't even paying one percent and you're gonNA pay an eight percent interest on bitcoin deposit. Obviously that is a massive red flag. They're taking some tremendous risk with those bitcoins if they can give you an eight percent return for simply depositing them in their fund I mean. Maybe they're running some kind of Ponzi scheme with those bitcoin. So it's basically a pyramid at a Pasi rolled into one now. I don't know I have no idea. But when anybody promises eight percent yield audit deposit you know that they have to take a lot of risk especially in a low rate environment to pay that kind of yield so who knows but able to tout that too and again nobody questions him no pushback. He just has the seven minutes to tout bitcoin. But no coverage at all really to what's happening with the price of gold. No that's that's happening in complete darkness. Why they have all this light shining on. Bitcoin you know with all of the free and constant publicity that CNBC has been giving to bitcoin. It's amazing that the price isn't even higher. I mean that shows you how many people are dumping their bitcoin behind the scenes they're using CNBC as a way to get out. Right they're pumping and dumping. Cnbc does the pumping and the whales. Do the dumping. In fact one of the things this guy was talking about as big catalyst for why the price of Bitcoin is going to go way. Up is the having. And if you don't know what the having is it's going to happen. I think may twelfth or maybe. That's not the exact date. I'm trying to remember but what happens is the reward for mining gets cut in half so that means. The miners aren't going to get as much bitcoin for mining and so therefore the supply of bitcoins after the having is going to grow more slowly than it has been growing every four years. They have again and so the last time there was a having. I guess there was a big rally at some point after it. And so what everybody's been saying is oh the next time we have a having. The price of. Bitcoin is going to skyrocket. Because there's going to be less supply first of all. There's not going to be less applied. There's going to be more supply. The only thing that's going to change is the supply will grow more slowly after the having that it was before the having but the supply is still going to get bigger not smaller but the key is what happens to demand because what if demand goes down. Well then the price can plunge everybody's just assuming that there's going to be some kind of supply shock after the having and everybody's been loading up on Bitcoin in advance to the having because they all want to own it. Would it have because everybody expects price to surge except there's the problem if everybody knows that having is coming and everybody is convinced that after the having the price is going to go way up well nobody is going to wait to buy after the having they're gonNA buy now they WANNA be loaded up? They WANNA already own their bitcoin so that they can own it when it goes up after the having which means once we get the having. You don't have a bunch of people looking to buy. You have a bunch of people who already bought looking to sell. It's a classic by the rumor. Sell the fact so everybody who thinks that having is going to be a huge catalyst for the price going up there dead wrong is going to be a catalyst for the price going down. In fact price will probably start going down before the having and then go down even more after the having because everybody who wants to buy because of the having well they've already bought and so really is going to be an opportunity for people to sell and cash in on the event that they'd been anticipating for such a long time. Meanwhile though I want to circle back to the two thousand dollars city forecast for the price of gold because I can't really emphasize how big a call this is and what this likely means because these institutions realize what's going to happen and for all the people talking about all the institutional money that's moving into bitcoin. No institutional money is in fact moving into bitcoin but money is moving into goal. Look at the. Atf's now have a record amount of gold in storage so there has been some big buying and obviously if these banks are starting to increase their price targets for the price of goal there accumulating for their own accounts. And they're also accumulating gold stocks. That's probably why you haven't seen a major push yet from the larger gold banks to recommend gold stocks because they want to buy them themselves. They don't want to recommend until their clients until they've loaded up on their own position. So I do think that as an institution start to appreciate this bull market once they have positioned themselves to profit from it. Then they'll let their clients in on the action right. They'll let them get a little taste. Once they saturated their own appetites but see I want my clients in now. I don't want to wait for that. I mean I've been encouraging people for years to front run the big institutions to buy gold to buy these gold stocks. In fact the more I think about it to mean gold itself is the perfect hedge for people that are in the stock market and very few people who are in the stock market have any hedges they might as well introduce gold because the reason is such a great hedge is number one if the market crashes goals going up I mean just look at it on look at the correlation anytime you see the market going down. Chances are if you just look at. The stock market and at the stock market is down especially bits down big. You can pretty much guess. That gold is up. 'cause generally goes up when the stock market goes down but it also can go up. The stock market goes up so if the stock market's going to crash which is something you should be concerned about. If you've got a lot of money in the stock market goals going to go way up and stock market crashes so you should have some gold as an insurance policy so you have something that will go up when the rest of your portfolio goes down. But here's the flip side. The only way to stop the stock market from crashing is for the Central Bank or the Federal Reserve here to print more money cut rates. Do qe and that is actually better for gold. Then the stock market going down in fact that is more bullish for gold than it is for stocks. So what are two things are going to happen the US Stock? Market's going way down and your gold is going to go up or the feds. GonNa print so much money to prevent the US stock market from going down that the US stock market will go up but under that scenario your gold will go up even more so it should make money either way. Stocks go down you make money and gold stocks go up you make more money in gold so everybody should have it and soon everybody will but before they do you need to load up and again physical goal by SOM- shift all this by gold competency we will get you the best gold at the lowest markup you know go to our website and if you WanNa take a little bit more risk for a little more upside by some silver physical silver. We have yet to make a big move. Look we're going to have an explosive move one of these days it'll be up two dollars three dollars five dollars in one day. Don't wait for that day. A lot of people will and they'll buy after that day by before it because we know it's common you know we're going to see gold up one hundred dollars two hundred dollars in one day. Don't buy after. That happens by before that happens. You know I.

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"cnbc" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"cnbc" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"Thanks for coming to talk to us again again. Thanks for having me so when we spoke a year ago we talked a lot about things like wearables and a I in in health tech and I kinda hate to start off with one of those one of these sort of broad questions right off the bat but did those a lot of those trends bear out over the course of the year because I kinda stopped hearing about a lot like what the what were some of the biggest stories that we saw over the last year the things that you found yourself writing about over and over again. It's a really good question than you know an important times. Kind of look sock as we get your new decade Cranky So you know putting I think at the beginning of the year a lot of our talking about I am she money and kind of bringing me to Barron and health but one of the things music that you need when you're trying to do this kind of work is a massive amount of data And so we saw a lot of deals get done trivia. Ah between health systems that have that information typically before a patient records and the tech companies like. I'm GONNA do Google. You know someone would be surprised to hear that the second second off of the Yay the big story was privacy because I think you know consumers where it lodge kind kind of got the taste For for what it really means to you know. Give information without consent and we got some really interesting in discussions about what it means to be. The bad side According to kind of privacy rules and regulations and think thing as being honest and it turns out fourth forth. That isn't so now. There's there's a lot of talk about potentially revising the privacy policies with new age that we're living in Ah The tech. Companies are at the center of that. Well you know. It's it's almost as if you were reading my notes because I want to talk about all these. Let me back up for a second. Let's start start with the with the whole idea of the tech companies and getting into the state and stuff like that. I mean for thirty years. We've been hearing that you know. This is the next frontier for tax. That we're going to make everything more efficient and digitize everything but like especially Google's like project nightingale to some degree. I wonder if you know if if it's what I just said that this is something that tech is always wanted to get into. Is there something that has changed that it now like someone like Google has gotten so much. Religion is it that they Have built up all this cloud infrastructure. Now they need to show something for that. Yeah yeah I mean for Google being of the three in cloud off the myself. So I'm going. You think that they would be areas like house which I think compatib- pads of the sexes instead of relatively untucked by the crowd providers and it's a huge industry There's still a bunch of crossing that you can you. You can sell on kind of migrating to the cloud which made then I think. The other way they've they want US differentiate themselves by saying that that's a machine learning adding that they can build these cool applications on on top of the of these health systems and health care costs in this data set off. Ah The the pitch but then you know the the drawback is that nobody really trust Google and I. They tried to do what is essentially kind of some of the same banks that health check fees owing done They're not doing anything new hair and project Nightingale Kinda fully very long tradition of things. So it's agreement agreement being made between help companies. Nothing you can do about it. Maybe that's what I'm asking like. How House just from your perspective? How serious do you think this is? Is this something new or is this as you're saying just something that we've been hearing for years and years. How serious do you think someone like? Google is about getting into the sort of health data stuff with both feet. I mean I think it's I You know it's they are definitely serious about getting into space and and you see them kind of higher help people in the past year including Somebody could David Find Bucks an elitist that division in health that they are serious about doing something states and and you know project banking Gail. I think go that reaction because Google But I recently tweeted out this whole threat of of just kind have similar things that have been done between healthcare companies. Is that really. Don't particularly care about because it's not Google But you you know. For instance if you look at the de identified data that that project Nightingale Impact was collecting Got Involved know that shad between ascension unhealthy stem and Google diesel typically would happen all the time in health. I mean if if if patient dated for flow freely like dog. Now well I mean I. I thought that the industry would basically trying to reaching hold that of sorry. The tricky part of it the Vikings. But it's legal okay. I want to dive into that. You just you had a recent tweet thread where you kind of outlined all the ways that healthcare companies have are already and have for years been taking advantage of your data or there's already like Brokers selling your health date in the same way that you know you can buy five my browsing history or my location history and stuff like that so this is that isn't new. What is new is that now? There's this market to sell to the big tech companies as what. Yeah yeah absolutely. I mean you know one of the craziest got statistics. I've had which you know seems to be true? I don't know how much access you you have your health information or use a no way. You're you know blood test results or actually imaging is most people don't have access to that. turns out your ten times more likely to have that information be hacked to review it more likely to have my health information be hacked into action. I'm talking with my own eyes. More likely head. Find more likely That's that's like the piece of it illegal for the piece of it. The legal is that they're also danger. Burqas these companies that just by this information from houses jumped and sell it to farmers for marketing purposes which is you know another way which your data is being advocated and and my bridged Without you ever really had access to it yourself. What about about we've seen all these stories about These genetic testing companies. And you know it's not only crimes are being soft stuff. But there's there's I think like twenty three and me cut some sort of deal with drug maker to mine. Customer data so is is that something that's new on the horizon to that you're twenty three and me. He's not just making two hundred dollars or whatever off the kit they're also going to be selling this data down the road. I mean. Isn't that kind of it's like it's sort of a brilliant lead Gary Business Model that you could charge people these tests and then also once you have that information and of course you have to get consent. Ah But somebody says yes you can have a business model the other side of it by by aggregating in time so many Shannon selling it some of your customers they think for twenty me. That's it's kind of the facade wheel of this which is that they can become a drug makers themselves which they are trying to do. Yeah they they have a whole Therapeutics Knicks on so they. They're trying to use some of this information so that they can develop drugs And for that reason better definitely cold among patient advocates. That I talk to you to see if there's a way to compensate patients like imagine if you had something really really cool about your genome and that led you. Some great discovery agreed that if a bunch of drugs may cause you know we're able to monetize why would you ultimately that. Is that work at some kind of payment from the. That's what I think the Guy I've been going on and on about that about all of our data how come but even even forget about if they if they make some sort of cool new drug based off of my medical history whenever but it's still my medical history that they're selling so wait butts back the second so this is all legal even though we have things like hip and and and all those sorts of laws is it legal because it can be de identified or unauthorized. Yeah it's it's It's hard to find. So Oh anonymous. Data An let's declare like Hitler doesn't you say you give your your health information to think like that's helpful. Wouldn't even cover that. It's really just cases where some kind of help cats evita sharing visa to a business associate so that Mike Yeah health system sharing information with the company like people that would be helpful. But it's not all stockings. Does that involve any sharing of health information and under have but basically the okay to four to share what the state of it is considered de identified But there are a couple ways. Is that just fine. She identified but I think that's the piece of it where people are saying hippies an update because these days he couldn't you know take jake very slight walnut information. Even when it's been de identified and find a way to correlate that some other information say like you know if you knew you a person's location or whether going every day and then you might be able to figure out alternate thing so you know that's kind of an interesting thing that wasn't when it was when it was the mole was full wasn't ready considering And then you can also shy some things that is protected under Hecker inform an agreement and sign. What's called a being a business agreement that allows for some sharing of information from the puppets of say research or for company Building a tool for health system. But they're not supposed to then turn that into a commercial business. Let's go to another health system. It's kind of complex. But that's sort of how generally how the framework of ready tell that they're that mutation is there. Is there a difference between de identified an anonymous or are they essentially the same thing. the So so they are not saying saying we couldn't you know what the de identified it's It under HICFA. It's because you've taken stripped it of certain kinds of information that Hitler would say or identifying or under habits like untying met that requirement or you've hired a statistician Sousse agreed that it's the sufficiently de identified but nowadays people there there's been studies show that even the identified as that can be traced back to an individual so it is definitely not the same thing.

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"cnbc" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"cnbc" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"CNBC this negative perception has lost businesses we don't establish themselves here because the name asbestos as you know is wants to go to material for insulating buildings well that didn't work out so well because then we find out that yeah it's not so good for you it's going to cost the town about a hundred thousand dollars to change its name and that process will begin in January number four probably on his fourth tranquilizer by now the form or the means same world left for years all right nobody asked for this but you're gonna get a the longest game ever from monopoly monopolies longest game ever is now available for purchase exclusively on Amazon it's nineteen ninety nine and it is endless you'll never re claim this time in your life if you think the original game was long yeah this one's even longer the winner must own all sixteen streets for railroads and two utilities they got a via yeah there's no way you can win this one players can choose from a tortoise or a hair for your token and if that doesn't interest you maybe you'll be interested in the other version of the game they're releasing this is a monopoly speed game it's the fastest version of monopoly takes just ten minutes to play that's kind of like my kids asked me to read a book at night thank you what's the quickest book I can get there no I'm just kidding that's not very nice but I would play this for them but you should be the number thou shalt count and the number of the counting shall be three fire said within.

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"cnbc" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:24 min | 2 years ago

"cnbc" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"CNBC no coming alive from town fair tire studios town by town fair tire nobody beats town fair tire nobody as we said Brian Cashman a couple minutes to squeeze a couple calls in first James embalming ones of James dole Mike German school calling to full crown cabinet during every really bothers me I don't know you just football team camp they're gone but he's white well it's up to them I have listened that's up to the team whether they want to have on the team and I mean that they can decide whether they think he's good enough whether he helps them whether should be the backup of the starting quarterback that's all football related but this idea of a guy at a league trying to work out get back in the league there's a protocol for this we do it they do it every week honestly they don't hold special NFL events for them with interviews and do it on Saturdays and bring everybody together for it it's not how it's done so why is it done that way the Catholic why is cap in a different we all know why is different because he was an enormous PR disaster for the National Football League he was a divisive force that cause all kinds of a controversy for the National Football League so this is a PR nightmare for the National Football League one where they had a deal with a grievance where one where they had a deal with the tremendous amount of issues you know everywhere they became a huge debate and that's why it's different but it shouldn't be different this will now be a football thing he's free to play no one's saying is not but why should he be different than anybody else why should he have his own event why should there be an interview beforehand why should everything being the same place white why should not be like everybody else and that is on Tuesday you go try out for team you make it made you don't you don't but this is different because this a PR situation this is all about how it looks for the NFL thank you never show as of right I tell you I agree with you with captain I could set the P. all totally PO thing and I don't it makes the was Dennis just can't seem to get out of the wrong way when it comes to these things either it's the Benetton that discipline problems that it's just a joke one quick Mocama feed mills is the guy that needs to go I'm tired of mills have been there a long time please fill under the bus this build out he has to help help be held accountable because they play absolutely no doubt that was no different no delays and they don't and listen he said he could develop players and he also was gonna be tough on players that was is up on twenty nine any and that was the book on the book because it was over the book on him was he was a Riley disciple and that you know hold players accountable put them in the best shape hold them accountable be tough on him physically as Riley always was nonsense none of that's true we haven't seen any of that so listen he has done a good job but the front office guys can't escape but I think that there's something either Hey he they were told by ownership to go out and do that will be something else happened that push them out in front of the coach otherwise they don't go out from the coach that was a very strange events that was an event that was very a typical as not mills a style so we wanna mills is reckoned that all true say what you want about is being an effective all true not a bad guy not a guy with short because that way so was he probably pushed out front yes I would think was something that happened or it was pushed up ownership one of the other because the system is way too because that was what they did was completely wrong you don't do that the Goshen leak just not done Stephen rocks very what's of Steve Hey Mike thanks so much for all the years working on that yeah thank you what's up all about capric where he fits stand and what what do you think it fits with and when he gets here do you think he's going to be a construction almost like when you can I don't what what was the last book ahead make you comment was a wise comment and was of them what was I they had what was it again I'm here it I hung up what was eyes I saw a guy I'm not I'm going to I'm not even going to dignify them I didn't hear the whole thing so I'm not going to find some some lame mall in Roxbury was among Hey how are you like what's happened I've wanted your opinion on that I thought Kevin cast should act he won manager of the year for the A. L. it's not the guy from Minnesota Rocco whatever mobile done well Rocco Baldelli did win a hundred games yeah but I just thought Tampa Bay with their pain in Tampa Bay did a great job I think I think the Yankees did a great job I think Minnesota did a great job and frankly you know what I care it's just me but I can't get worried about who wins manager the I really don't care it is the only thing I've ever been very incident so like I said you could give it to you could give it to Rocco you could give it to the Tampa manager you give it to the Yankee manager I mean so we give the anyone not not a big deal anyone of the three you can give the Tom Oceanside was uptown I'm a sophomore at St John how you doing good what's happened I just wanted to kind of make one point to another and what's the word about happening they've been worried about that too long I just want to say a bigger deal than that destroyed Williams and the training that how's the training for that not fired by the Redskins were even dismissed by the NFL that like they might they do this diagnosed I can speak they misdiagnosed and Williams with something and in turn that will cancer no that's not that's not a training staff that's medical that's completely doctor related that did training staffs are in charge of making sure guys do it don't get diagnosed properly so as not to do a training set of that has to do with doctors and somebody missed the diagnosis that's not a football is issue that is a non football issue that is a medical issue that I can't tell you what exactly happened there but there was obviously something was very much missed in his diagnosis so that's a doctor related issue I don't know what doctors you went to I don't know who's Kerry was in so I can't comment but that's not anything to the training staff signing into the coaches that's way he passed their pay scale way best they've been queens was update Hey Mike cash is probably happy probably save money on bones bonus if you won the war I'm just kidding you know but maybe like doubled like I want to ask about right he is he sounds of known I want to at least eighty games or year I mean I used to have a job where I was called in I live I get suspended your hit people in the pocketbook the agency international you know that if you don't know that you know the hinge was called in any light I don't know that both when the whole thing as the investigation taking place at like are they going to tell us this and then we bring them in and if he's lying well eighty or origin so Mike like vision distraught the team's gonna get hit eleven happened first let the investigation happen let's let the investigation happen then let it unfold and the manager has to pay a price if he did it and the organization has to pay a price the manager has to be suspended the team has to lose draft picks all it has to happen if they do this if they went to the point where they actually hooked up surveillance equipment cameras inside the stadium to spy on signals I went to this length of trouble and did this and they got caught the gonna pay a heavy price and they should the manager should be suspended just like Belichick should've been suspended they took them out of the suspension that time he should be suspended and he should be suspended and the team should pay a heavy price where they should lose their fourth of their first round pick for complete Tom in Brooklyn was a dump they might tell you what's happened Colin Kaepernick issue you know everyone's been screaming bloody murder why he hasn't gotten a chance in the last two years but it's it's so obvious I mean he sued the owners who sued his employer and if you're an employee and you sure your employer and then want to get another job back I mean what the company's going to hire you after that so I you know I know he said it's a tricky situation it's not a it's a it's a tricky situation Tom because it's not like every other business it is a business where the owners compete on the field right but they don't compete off the field now is the council and the Clinton had to hold back his mother but you gotta understand that it again when you look at it from a standpoint of when you take it off the football field and make it about business the NFL is a very different institution and it is a new cooperative institution so they can all in a business standpoint they all act in the same way so they when they take away a somebody's economic abilities they will pay a price for that because it's against the law so that's why if you said I'm gonna go I'm an oil man I can't get a job in the oil business I'm gonna sue every oil company and they're going to say what he's talking about Exxon doesn't deal with chevron chevron doesn't deal with you know has your idea mind they compete they don't compete they are they are aligned off the field they are competing on the field so from that standpoint there's a vulnerability there that they always have to watch because it's easy to prove collusion and they always feel vulnerable to collusion now I'm with you from the standpoint they don't have to hire him if they decide he's a distraction that's enough of a reason they don't have to pay him they're well within their rights but they run scared because this became a societal issue this became somewhat of a racial issue and this became a collusion issue so that's why the NFL got very scared and they've been running scared a Catholic the entire time and then you had the whole thing with the polarization with the president with the flag with everything else so it had a lot of different tentacles that stretched and made it a very for the NFL for from a few Austin with a very dangerous topic then one part of it is what it came down to which is why he's still being treated special I let's get the break as for now is we welcome in the acting general manager cast welcome how you in like a known good thank you all right yes before I get to you and your team any thoughts on the astro story no no I I know that hit yesterday it was perfect timing because it was right before we had our media our sessions that they do here at the GM meetings work on your manager's me with the media for an hour and and so we got a large right into that I chose yesterday night I think I'll take the same stance as we move forward until we get some direction Major League Baseball I'm I'm not gonna comment towards it I know Houston has been accused of something they've issued a statement that they're working with mainland baseball to investigate the matter and so I know it's on the commissioner's office on their table their antennas now I'm obviously up again and on this subject.

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

"cnbc" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Then. You didn't have to enact a law. You didn't have to take away anybody's guns. You're just making it impossible to buy sell or transfer a gun just violating the spirit of the constitution. Much better. Oh, man. Probably violating the actual constitution as well. Yeah. No. That's we went with a big segment on that on TV. If you happen to be a subscriber, blaze, TV dot com slash Beck. Sodas back. What you can watch that. And it goes into depth on the real there's several journalists who are taken this on as a sort of personal jihad. Oh, yes, you've tell to kind of convince these banks stop allowing any transaction that has to do with fire C C. I wanna say C span C span. It's a CNBC CNBC is doing a story after story after story with the journalist who are saying, you know, what they you have a financial responsibility to stop doing business with these with these kinds of people and they're doing it. This is our financial freedom is slipping through our fingers. You know, you have to control the media you have to control the military you have to control the financial sector. Now, how do you control the financial sector? Well, you give them money. You rope them in by doing things like tarp et cetera et cetera. You regulate the snot out of? And if you control the media and social media, you convince them that it is in their best interest to stop doing business with people that you say are nefarious. And they're doing it..

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