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08:50 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Right through downtown Atlanta DeLay free 75 85 North. Outbound 17th Street highway 1 66. I 20 running just fine on both sides of town. No crashes. Their stall is reported by my Children. 95.5 WSB selection is meteorologist threatening us with the latest, most accurate and dependable weather forecast after look cool start this morning will warm up nicely to the mid seventies, Still a little below average, with a mostly sunny sky Overnight mint on Monday morning, down to 55 of them for Memorial Day, mostly sunny and a high of 85 will be partly cloudy, even warmer on Tuesday Low 63 high 80 Seven right now. 62 degrees heading up to 77. I'm Robin Walensky 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk US money matters with Wes Moss, certified financial planner and chief investment strategist from Atlantis Capital Investment Advisors. Talks to you about investing and saving for the future brought to you every Sunday. My rbl of it Led to more cities, bins, Sandy Springs. Good morning. Welcome to money matters here. It's Sunday morning, when where they were. Again, and we've been talking about that this pioneer spirit all all morning long and what I've wanted to get Torun, which I think is an important topic, particularly here on Memorial Day weekend as we Recognize an honor those who gave their life in service to this country. Talk about bravery. The what? I wanted to move to a topic that's also been in the news this year in a lot of different ways, and that has to do with Energy consumption. And what the view of Electric vehicles and natural gas versus wind and solar and fossil fuel, The evilness of also fuel, and earlier this year we did a show about the the buffet or the Berkshire Hathaway. Shareholder meeting in which, but Warren Buffett talked about oil and he was asked you can do you still feel comfortable, Mr Buffett owning the evil oil companies should you keep Could you can you still own Chevron for going to sakes, and he essentially and very pointedly said Look, the big oil companies have done more for this nation than anyone gives him credit for. They've essentially are one of the determining variables that have lifted the United States out of out of poverty in the industrial revolution, and it's an enormous part of our economy and The its skill and this is what I wanted to kind of re educate All of us. I wanted to re educate myself on this is that it is the the News around energies so pervasively about renewables and wind and solar and they're good and oil is bad and 95% of the press is wind and solar good and 95% of the press about oil is it's bad that it's almost as though you wake up after being drummed and pounded with this narrative for Weeks and months and years and saying What? Well, wait a minute. What is that? Should I own any oil? And then how should I be smart about investing in the future of energy in the United States? Not to mention another topic that is gaining popularity, which is SG environmental, social and governance of corporate governance investing. And the thought that it's let's Hey, Wall Street's now getting to determine and putting out easy F's and funds and various products that are cloaked in this thought that hey, these are the good companies, thieves of the good ones for the world. It's always so funny to me that The I find it humorous to some extent that the wolves of Wall Street have now become the arbiter of what is fair and just in the world in the very group that brought us the financial crisis in the tech crash in the boiler rooms and Bernie made off now get to decide that there will What's good, He was good for the environment. Hey, wind and solar Good oil. Bad right, So it's just an interesting concept around not only environmental, social and governance. This is the largely popular investment thematic that is happening in this world. And then really just making me think every day about Energy in America, and I wanted to kind of re educate the money matters audience about how energy consumption has changed in the United States, and that is prompted by this this drumbeat of the hottest investment trend in the past decade. Mine is Bitcoin has to do with the S J. Now what's what's right to invest in and what's wrong to investment so humorously brought to us by the very wolves. That run Wall Street so I wouldn't in dove in one of folks had CIA and my firm who I worked with closely on a lot of research projects was in the energy industry for over a decade and energy investment banker So it was good to have Jeff Lloyd help me kind of sift through the world and the change what we're seeing, and I wanted to ask a couple questions again about energy by the way. Let's just that's delineate briefly. We hear talk of evey is electric vehicles, electric vehicles, batteries, batteries. They're good electric cars, no emissions. They're wonderful for the environment. But just remember That battery's do not produce energy. They just store energy, right? If you want to charge your Tesla, you're not charging it with another battery. You're charging it with a plug into the wall That's being powered by utility company in your neck of the woods here in southeast, obviously southern company George Power But again we're talking about how do we get energy into all of what is needed and, of course, fossil fields. Still, oil gas cars still account for 98 97% plus of the cars on the road, the other 2 to 3%, or electric vehicles that are driven by, of course batteries, which, by the way, this badge get charged by The utility plants that produce energy, and that's what our topic is to you here today. About how how well is energy changing here in the United States? And it was. It's a little It's a little surprising to me when you really look at the numbers on D the and that's what I wanted to bring to you today. So if hear the questions, I wouldn't answer how much energy do we use? And how do we play or his investors or how do we understand to be smart about this shift? The energy shift in the United States. First of all entered. The amount of energy we use on a larger scale is measured in a unit called BTUs or British Thermal units, and it be too uses the pros Thermal unit. It's the I think, if we remember from science class at CIA. It's the amount of heat energy tol unique to raise the temperature of of £1 of water by one degree, so that's what a BTUs But I think what's important here. What I'm trying to get to is that if we looked at all energy usage in the United States, what is it? Well, it's one quad is what we're going to refer to this as it's called a quad. To the end, and I guess an energy parlance one quad is about the equivalent of about 183,000,183 million barrels of oil worth of energy. So in the United States, we use 100. About 100 quads of energy per year. That's total energy. It's quibbled again Call that the equivalent of 18 billion barrels of oil in a given year. That's how much energy it takes to run the United States now with the rise of renewable energy. Renewables have grown to you about 11% of that total number. It's a pretty big It's a very It's a very real piece of the question. 11 quads 11% of United US energies. That's the equivalent of about two billion Barrels of oil. So we've been able to replace about 2,000,000,002 of the 18 billion barrels of oil worth of energy that we need every year. From an energy perspective. This is and how much oil we use the amount of power that 18 billion it would take 18 billion barrels of energy use. By the way, if we're talking about oil, how much do we use? We use about 18 to 20 million. Again. I know we're doing quadrillions and billions. But just think of it from a daily perspective. We do use any of 18 to 20 million barrels a day here the night sets. Total consumption of house of yours so fossil fuels by the way, is not just oil. It's coal and oil and natural gas and the the big fossil fuels total consumption of fossil fuels. The big evil fossil fuel.

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"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

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"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

"This podcast is going to keep growing. Keep going keep going. Keep growing growing in his kennedy been bigger from here. I think that's that's the only way we're going to get it when people on the air that we originate with agriculture farming You know animals haunting qualities are people that lincoln learn from you know. I'm hoping to get some pretty big names in here but With that being said this is only twelve minute. Podcasts and I just wanted to get on here. It just bring you have been talking about coming out with a new podcast for a while. i just haven't had any to talk about. I started a new job and died. I really just didn't have much to talk about. I look forward to in on here and talking to people But yeah thank you forever. Everybody that listens this You know. I didn't know there was so many people that actually listened to it and I in thank you so much that you're listening to the daily podcast. Money's been denali. We're going gonna talk about all perspectives of life in a ideas of of The future in how we can make it better. You know every avenue and thank you so much again and hope podcast brought you joy and happiness but without me said i will probably be doing one tomorrow now. Hct has a great day again. God bless you for listening to podcasts. Peace out girl scout..

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Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

"There. Are those like people. The new obey the though the mass majority of a world. Where the people that i've ever seen or talked to they. They they don't pay by their contacts or code on dr morals or ethics I believe that We beings everton. Are we break our vote along with that being said. I think that you know are again of four to six weeks. But you know you. I think we need to have a mandatory. Shut down abu. I just don't believe that ever body. I mean how they afford it. I think that it was at the goal and moral and we could afford it. Just nine hundred million dollar All nine hundred dollars hundred billion dollar. Air act for stimulus bill. Good rice you'll much frigging debt. Were in now then. This economics guy of specialists that biden's bringing in. He's he's saying that we need four to six weeks off which i agree with him but he saying that we can afford it. I don't think we can afford it..

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"daily perspective" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"One of the things KSFO listeners like about Armstrong and getting is they don't always talk politics. They just set the land speed record for a production car. I cannot son will love this. I cannot exactly to find for the sort of production car is mass produced identical models available for the public. It is a 1750 horsepower SSC. Harley Cruiser Tuatara. The last time he glanced through this speedometer, he was hammering along with $310. Don't I was thinking like Low two's he missed when he was going 3 31.14 that's hauling a was texting while he did it. I certainly hope not. 331 Miles an hour. Your commute from Tracy to Sunnyvale. Only be 11 minutes, but you wouldn't want to miss out on the Armstrong Getty Show, Right. Jack and Joe 6 to 9 on top radio 5 60 ksfo. Republicans may be unhappy with how the election turned out. But you know what? House Democrats are wondering what the hell happened? Cleary I Democrats in the House. We're still sorting out the wreckage when they awoke, but not a single GOP incumbent thrown out there that out of touch because they haven't done anything for four years except hate this president, one of the next four years going to be like, get the daily perspective of Sean Hannity weeknights at nine on talk radio 5 60 ksfo. Here's a number you're probably not hearing on the mainstream media individuals under 50. They have a 99.98% rate.

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"daily perspective" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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02:08 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Why did you see a dot org's flash until justice just is? Republicans may be unhappy with how the election turned out. But you know what? House Democrats are wondering what the hell happened? Cleary I Democrats in the House. We're still sorting out the wreckage when they awoke, but not a single GOP incumbent thrown out there that out of touch because they haven't done anything for four years except hate this. President, one of the next four years going to be like, Get the daily perspective of Sean Hannity weeknights at nine on talk radio 5 60 ksfo, You listen to Rush Limbaugh here on Kosovo, Right? Would you read here and watch other news outlets to. So Is there a difference? Yeah. If you read the New York Times, or watch CNN or whatever, CBS ABC and you don't like what? You see your customer, your consumer. And you watch him. You read them. They have advertising. You are a customer when you are patronizing mainstream news. So you call him and say you guys are so biased. You're so unfair What they tell you. You don't know what you're talking about. You're not smart enough. You're nowhere near sophisticated enough to understand our business. So screw you. And they laugh at you, and they make fun of you. And then they deny that they're liberal, and they realize that they're biased. They blame you. Have you ever heard the expression? The customer is always right. That's not our policy. The news business is the one business in America where the customer's always wrong. Be right. Listen to rush nine to known on talk radio 5 60 ksfo. Making my friends. Look, here's where I'm at you how my heart mind work. The accusations about.

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"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

"My anger out on something. That that just sorry I said I've done I'm not done ran and so everybody talks to I'm in the middle. I'm not all the way the ride. I'm not all the laptop kind of just found myself writing that fucking middle. Because yes, I think Joe Biden is a fucking dumb ass and camela Kamala Harris or whatever the fuck her name is. I think she's about a dumbass too. But listen, here's the thing. The only fucking way they're going to make they're going to take away your Second Amendment, right? Is about making guns are really fucking expensive. So if you work in a gun Factory. or working an ammunition Factory You're fucking. you might as well just he goes rednecks are going to buy that shit. Really? Why? And so you I think country boys are fucking rednecks. I want you to know one fucking thing. They're not. Country boys are just throw would hang farming rednecks are over here. Let me get my fucking pickup truck and I'll take it. I'm going to take the iPad off of it. I'm going to put Little Wheel in the back and put big wheels in the front. I want to put 22s on the front with the 16s in the back office Rockin Redneck Nation, you know run around with fucking rebel flag, you know, that's redneck dumb ass fucking shit country boys. We walk through there. The reason that way drive a fucking diesel truck to work just because when I get done, I gotta go fucking hook up the juice neck. They gotta go hook up the couch trailer. And they gotta go to work. Go get cows. They can wherever the fuck you got taken to the market, you know. Cowboy captured boys are typically Country Boys, you know Farm boys are typically good good educated people because Here's why? farming Thanks a lot of numbers. You gotta be smart with numbers. Yeah, you gotta time the market, right? Y'all know what window fucking you know that old song, you know when to Hold'em know when to fold. Yeah That's How Country Boys in farming boys douche. It's You gotta know when the whole that God knowing the full. You know, I know when taking care of the market gotta know when to fold me and hold the cows in the in the lot. There's no frickin read off to take your Cal Market. If you're just going to you know, you know, draw your feedback a little bit drier cows out a little bit. But with that being said this is about 20 minutes of this is about longer not really intended it to be but this is about 21 Minute Podcast off. So with that being said, I really just wanted to get on here just ran a little bit talk about live talking about what's going on talking about Trump farming. pet peeves mind Joe Biden, idiot Kamala Harris is an idiot. Probably lose all the 24 audiences. I got followers of God, maybe I trump2020 bitches Why the guys?.

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"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

"Guys I love U guy. You know, there's a little ad there's a little donation button down there somewhere. Donate handsomely. Hi my handsome fella. So as my cousin is saying this is like an audio diary log daily log of my my life. So to you Robert isolating you. because I mean, this is a daily log my life. My life is pretty hilarious apparently to every woman that I've ever talked to. So yeah. So I just started a new job. I continue this little audiolog starting job couple of weeks ago like about three weeks ago now and all for the weekend off. I love it. I love my job. I love the people around. That's the way that's the thing about life is you gotta understand. You know, I understand. We look down and frowned upon people who who go from job to job to job, you know off and if it's your fault and you know, And it's bad luck, but you know most people. If you have any good enough excuse like mine was I graduated college in 2016. I had no idea of what the hell I wanted to do. That's all I had. I was just some. Graduated from college and didn't really know what the fuck is going on. That's why you need to work while you're in college. Granite Foundation just in case you if you fuk up and find a job. You don't like you got some you got some work experience, you know. Lot of places won't work experience and sucks. Most kids don't have work experience. You gotta go. Gotta find some Joe Schmo business. You got a scrotum massage? little bit and that's it. But that's that's the way that's the way the cookie crumbles a lot. You know me and my cousin the one that criticizes me about not both not putting enough. Episode on Glee talked to me we were talking about it is this job? and we talking about how Now most of the most of the people that may hire they want five to six years of experience. And on top of that most of the jobs they want to forget masters with me. So, you know your traditional schooling that's why most people go to online school nowadays your Traditional School year face-to-face schools. Will be how are you supposed to get that? You know Union you got. you've got there's I mean, how how are you supposed to get that five to six years of experience if you spent the last five or six years sitting behind a tell you or you know classroom or motherfuker just ran a stop sign But I'm going to get off here for real this time. I just want to get on here and just put a fucking episode out and talk about some random shit in my life my new job from the silver war. They were getting ready to get into by the way its debut and probably after November. So I'll probably go off of that Ruger freaking 308. I've been wanting to buy. Amen, yeah. Trump loses I'll still go by that 308 often one to buy because I'll probably need it. Cuz.

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Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

"If you haven't heard about anchor it's the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain it's free. There's creation tools that allow you to record edit your podcast right from your phone or computer anchor will distribute podcast for you. So it can be heard on Spotify Apple podcasts and many more you can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. If everything you need to make a podcast in one place download the free anchor app or go to Anchor FM to get started. Thanks for listening. What's up, everybody? Welcome to the day perspective podcast on Benjamin Holly. I'm your host. I'm looking forward to speaking to you today about the topics of trump off Indiana Sports and the coming week and in the end, I would be doing some motivational spiritual awareness for everybody. What's going on in America this week and going in the next weekend. So I look forward to bringing you today. He's today's news in today's daily perspective. What's everybody Welcome to the date of perspective podcast, as I said in the previous intro that Trump. News today is my biggest thing is dropping Tik-Tok. So with that being said Trump just approved Tik Tok co-signing with Oracle. So with that with what I've read and what I've read into it, it is a five billion dollar government input and it is a 12 or 5,000 potential jobs and texts. That is Texas. As of right now and Trump said in an interview that he should have asked for more according to CNN off and I look I'm really I he says that that the the deal went super super fast in a lot faster and he thought it would go he also went along and said It said that. it was a good deal and According to CNN he attacked 1619 project and I'm going New York Times project created in August 2019. I have not read anything on that and the project aims to reframe the country's history by placing the consequences of slavery on the constitution of black Americans so long I don't know if if anybody reads up on the Biden project Bryden administration at all. I know there's a lot of people that do but there's a lot of people that don't I am my biggest thing is I know there's the Biden administered by Dan Harris Administration has said that if elected president and vice president, they will be a lump sum of money that is elected to the to the black community and to the people of the black community for further family's suffering. But I have not heard anything more on that. But that's all Trump news for today takes realistic and I'll be back in the next segment to bring you more. What's up, everybody walk to the day perspective podcast. This is take three. so I just got off work. I'm off for the weekend. I probably going to get prepared for the rest of the week. Probably going to do probably three or four different podcast this weekend get you ready for the rest of the week. So what's on my agenda today? This was supposed to be a huge me. This was supposed to be. last Wednesday's podcast What's your boy? Is Dom and stay open got busy working? And I'm inconsistent with everything outside of work. And if you're like me..

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"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

"You were listening to my perspective on all things books TV movies life related. I appreciate you listening and let's get started with today's today's session So we're back welcome again to the Daily perspective podcast. So my podcast today is talking about just bought this movie that just got me and and this movie is very I think it's going to be my my new favorite movie and that is it's called honey, boy was written by Sheila buff and not you know, everybody talks about this movie and you know talks about movies that that move them now. I'm a big I'm a somewhat like a sensitive birth, but you know teddy bear but I might my favorite movies are Nicholas Sparks movies and everybody talks about, you know, you know, everybody's like them chick flicks had a hamster like, you know, when I was a kid little story when I was a kid my mom. I'm I'm like the first child of the family and my mom had taught me these chick flicks and make me you know, Go watch them with her and you know, I watched all the Charlie's Angels movies with Cameron Diaz, you know song Drew Barrymore Lucy Liu all those I wouldn't seen those and I like them and you know, my mom kind of just got me into the whole thing with them and you know, I see all kinds of movies. That's what this podcast is going to be. So interesting is as you know, man's you know view of this and I you know, I've watched all the Nicholas Sparks movies. Like I said, I watched the choice the last song The Notebook I've seen Yeah, not all of them. But most of I think there's two of them that I haven't seen but that's my biggest. You know, my biggest thing I like to do is I like Nicholas Berg kinds of shows masculinity with feminism and you know and talks about how you know vulnerability and you know off and in an interview that I read watch with them talking about the gifts and the romantic things that he's ever done. He can write a good story, you know are good and love notes to pass some some people. I think that's another big thing I can do is, you know, I I myself do have a A remains against myself and a romantic V. I really do. I'm I'm am I guess you get a whole book hopeless romantic, you know, that's my biggest. you know, my biggest thing that being said, you know, honey boy is probably one of the most Inspirational movies that I've watched in probably the last five years it is probably it'd be that and then it'd be blind wage which is my second favorite inspirational movie. And yeah, this podcast is only about five minutes long years can just a random get-go type of thing. So with that being said, I hope everybody has a great night and thanks for listening to the Daily perspective. Thanks for listening to me rant. There's nothing really going on. This is off and I'm the next my next podcast. I hope to be more organized and be more more yeah more organized, but everybody has a great day and look forward to to working with you and seeing and not put more product and more podcast out there. All right, everybody. Have a great one..

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"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

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"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

"The killer babysitter the Killer Queen so long I just started this this show on Netflix. And so if anybody doesn't know There's two movies too. There's one back 2017 1020 just came out this week. It's in the top ten. Top 10 this week for Netflix. It's Pretty stinking. Awesome. I think it's probably one of the greatest or teen teenage horror sci-fi. So just box offices on it. It's basically back 2017 the mood the show kid has babysitter the way she tries to give him a like a drink like I like a make him go to sleep. It was an alcoholic beverage and to make him go sleep. He doesn't drink it. And then he wakes up and they have to take his blood the blood, you know, most a cult movies are based off of Virgin blood, you know innocent blood wage. Yeah. Yeah Allah so takes that Hands-On kill on like all these people in this cult and doing this Satanic ritual. Well, let's go fast forward it to 20 20 the Killer Queen version of this is basically they came back the they did the they made a deal with the devil to come back and just you know run a they came back to to finish the deal and the steel is is basically just getting innocent blood. So this kids like Seventeen eighteen years old version. Yeah. Yeah, so they came back and all the people that he killed the first one. They have to wear try to finish it off. So this movie is Pretty stinking. Awesome. I'm not big into horror movies by no means so it's it's pretty dead. It's pretty interesting to me. I enjoy the The Killing and the the and all of that so another were another title. Wait a second and I'll be right back with the with the rest of this podcast off. Hey guys. Thanks for listening to the Daily perspective podcast. My name is Benjamin. Holly. I'm here to talk you today about, you know, we all have energy projects. We all have energy.

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"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

"But so on another note, I'm starting restarting 7500 tomorrow. green gallon of water every day I'll be working out tomorrow. working and just kicking ass and taking names minding my own business sitting down my own path sitting down my road to success start a new career and I start a new pack of where I want to be a as a, you know, I've changed a lot in my life. I've changed my I said being an entrepreneur to an intrapreneur which means if anybody doesn't understand the concept of an intrapreneur, it means a entreprenuer inside of a a Company someone that owned that there's someone that doesn't own a company but his a innovator and a big asset to a company. rather be management rather it be and another leadership role engineer something that is a an asset to that company something that somebody that I can say. I'm not made that company grow and I made that company move. We as people need to stop thinking about, you know, some people 80% said that not everybody is supposed to be an entrepreneur as they can set percent of the population is Is supposed to be an entrepreneur, you know, then you got another 93% That's right throws into the category of working for somebody else. That's not always bad. I'm working for somebody isn't always bad. You can't even sometimes you can make a living and at that concept. We as people need to understand that that's you know, we don't always get. You know being an entrepreneur that's it's a it's a different person. It's a different path and And yeah, I just want to get on here just talk about family. And I know I said that again my family's pretty awesome. I've got a pretty cool family. My uncle is a pretty cool guy in my you know, my cousins are really cool. My cousin has been at a company for for a while. Now, I think twenty years now sixteen Seventeen years. He's just, you know, and he stuck to it. No, he's started at the bottom. and he just stuck with he is without a doubt probably one of my I look up to him a lot and he has just he's wall Das every day off. Does he get off balance? Yeah, but he sticks out to it and he's a smart cookie. He's he's like I said look up with my cousins mean and look up to him a lot. He he's always he's not always been there off of our kids, but we have gotten a lot closer throughout the years and I've you know every moment I'm not away from him. I'm I'm away from home. Yeah. I miss some He is without a doubt my best one of friends. and and him my brother and my brother Adam, you know, most of all my cousins, you know. we're really close and I do anything for my family. But yeah, the moral of story is ten minutes. This is most short podcast for the day and age it is. Just listen to people's perspective. Give Give your perspective as well, but just remember not everybody is going to be the same. And don't just get pissed off because somebody's is different. You do you and I'll do me and we'll get all this life and we'll be friends. Now if you get in the way of my morals and my morals are if you steal from a steal from somebody else, you know, just treat people correctly and three people, you know treat people bad because people who can't defend themselves, you know, if you've if you heard somebody that can't defend themselves. That's that's a no-go for me as well. So I know I'm a little bit all over the place today. I just wanted to get on here and Juice Express. Well how I feel today? I know I haven't really posted very many podcast today mean on this on this. Podcast episodes on this podcast just one get on here and just talk about the daily perspective of life and how I I'm doing but with that being said, I hope you guys have a great day. Thanks for listening to the Daily perspective. My name's Benjamin Holly. I'm on here Monday Wednesday Friday. And I hope everybody has a great day. And yeah, so this is me singing audio's sorenara arrivederci and good day. Good night, and goodbye..

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"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Daily Perspective By Ben Holley

"I just there's a couple things I am not but for the most part I've been pretty much agreeable. I just think people should be able to do their thing not be.

"daily perspective" Discussed on Trent365

Trent365

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Trent365

"And Welcome to day. One of the lockdown lockdown here in Malaysia where basically on what they call a movement control order which means we have three to move about a little bit about much. The places close nonessential businesses and services. Our clothes you can't go to parks malls shops restaurants that kind of stuff so whilst you're not technically on lockdown you can't really go too many places anyway now for me. What I'm doing right now is walking around the floor online condo on my apartment building. I'm lucky that it's a fairly new condo and is not many people in it so I've actually got this entire Florida myself and so decided to do the trend three sixty five show for these next couple of weeks while we're on. This lockdown in Malaysia is to kind of do it like a journal by his post things multiple times or at least record things multiple times during the day as random thoughts come up and then compiled them all at the end of the day to a maybe a longer video into the one place just because I feel so much. Moving around at the moment is so many moving on some thoughts that I just felt it might make sense to do regular updates but dude in one video if that makes sense sorry I have been. The dice are far got lights possibly could which was still like seven thirty in the morning and five at around to be checked messages. Scan the social media frantically of course to try and find out what's going on then had breakfast thing got through otherwise could use that as Ho Jun for the day because of course the German department is closed. And he can't count to gyms and here. We are now just off the twelve thirty. I guess Just recording this little snippet and then going back to have some lunch and the couple of random pills for right now number one as an expansion of foreign country. It's interesting to me. How on relying really on social media to get a lot of my news because a lot of the updates are coming the local language and so I'm relying on someone else's interpretation of that in many cases so in this environment people like may really susceptible to these fake news thing so we have to try even harder than maybe everybody else to double check the facts to find out what's really happening into Google and to to double check in search as much as we can The other thing that's really hate me is the I guess the idea that a lot of people signing the communities need to be responsible countries Responsible governments count overreact and look down. It's up to the countries look after themselves and the people's look after themselves. Yes it is look after them selves do the right thing and be responsible and social distance and all that stuff totally agree with that but the reality is. That's not the way most people leaving. I think a lot of people still aren't ready to take this as seriously as maybe it needs to be taken so I think for many countries and certainly here in Malaysia. Even looking at my window just now. I could see the amount of cars on the road. Those people coming to to work in essential services nonetheless people adult so a lot of those people have just decided. They'RE GONNA to move around no matter what this still a. Helluva lot less than normal. But there's still a lot of people out there that probably could be on lockdown but if decided not to so I is fully support actually Malaysia. Making the lockdown step. Especially as we've we've become one of the major the major hubs selene Sunni in Southeast Asia. Because we have more outbreaks I think just about any other country apart from China so I think government direction and government mandates. Do make sense at a time like this. The only thing that's been interesting to me. Is that how funny way it's kind of? It's kind of still normal right now because I've still been able to turn on the TV. I've still been able to watch youtube. I've still been able to go on to facebook Dean twitter and all these things. Now imagine what would happen if those things all stopped. What happened if the Internet stopped? Then it would really seem like the world is in crisis but in a funny way even though all those social media channels and all of those news channels. They're all talking about this covert crisis in a funny way. There's a sense of comfort in that and it's interesting how much I think we rely on that comfort when it comes to a time of crosses like these so that's about it for right now and have some lunch. I think we'll be back throughout the day with various updates and then of course I will post that all at the end of the day. Now Hang on noticing. What's this saying. This is just telling me all the things that a closed in my apartment. Which is Jim the lounge maintenance services housekeeping services so yeah it's it's limited lockdown at movement control over here in Malaysia. That's if it's I'll be back later on with the bidding up that hug bureau staying safe by just an interesting conversation. About how governments and countries get through this crisis and one of the discussions was that rather than the employees take the hit and then be laid off or the company's going bankrupt or the government putting a massive stimulus package together. The reality is that everybody needs to sort of contribute a little bit so you know. Maybe the employees take a thirty forty percent. Pay-cut COMPANIES TAKE THIRTY FORTY PERCENT LESS REVENUE. Galvin's take thirty forty percents taxes. Everybody puts money into the into the Kitty essentially to help everybody survive and it makes a lot of sense. I think the reality is that of course for a lot of companies if they take thirty percent less revenue in the draw then and I don't have money coming in this doping seventy percent salaries. Then that's probably still put them to the edge of bankruptcy so it it it's interesting it's a it's a real balancing act. There aren't any wrong answers as a lot of suggestions and the interesting thing to this point is that a lot of people are super critical on jumping on every body others. Everybody else's suggestions and I get it because you know there's there's a lot of emotions running around but you know I think there's pros and cons to every option in every scenario. That's thrown out. So I think Tom Leykis especially it makes sense for us to basically not discount anything. I think everything's on the table right now. Another quick random thought. It's interesting. How much in this world of a global economy. We've come to rely on other people for stuff. And that's not just at a national level that countries rely on other countries for their imports and exports for that matter but even at individual level that cermony of us just aren't self sufficient. We rely on the local store. We rely on local businesses. We rely on importing stuff we we just can't survive on at least that's what we think it's also going to be interesting when all this washes out how much we realized that we really need all that stuff that we thought we needed after all already look the final update for today. Certainly good news. As far as I'm concerned just been announced that the USTRALIAN football league competition will go ahead tomorrow night as scheduled kicking off the first round. It's going to be plagued with our crowds but at least it means that will be able to watch it online. So for those of you. That are missing out on your sport at this time. And that's a lot of people you'll be able to watch it on the watch. I'll put a link to that in the comments Blur and look as the rain. Pelts down he behind me in in Kale in Malaysia. Taylor at this time I'm certainly looking forward to kicking back tomorrow afternoon and watching my football team. Cowden play Richmond tomorrow night in the AFL round one. God check it out look felt great competition. It's a lot of fun for those people. Don't understand it. Now's the time to find out already. Still pelting down at that is for today. I do thank you for your time. And we'll be back again tomorrow from lockdown.

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"daily perspective" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Inside the Spa Business | Spa

"And Welcome to day. One of the lockdown lockdown here in Malaysia where basically on what they call a movement control order which means we have three to move about a little bit much. The places close nonessential businesses and services. Our clothes you can't go to parks malls shops restaurants that kind of stuff so whilst you're not technically on lockdown you can't really go too many places anyway now for me. What I'm doing right now is walking around the floor online condo on my apartment building. I'm lucky that it's a fairly new condo and is not many people in it so I've actually got this entire Florida myself and so decided to do the trend three sixty five show for these next couple of weeks while we're on. This lockdown in Malaysia is to kind of do it like a journal by his post things multiple times or at least record things multiple times during the day as random thoughts come up and then compiled them all at the end of the day to a maybe a longer video into the one place just because I feel so much. Moving around at the moment is so many moving on some thoughts that I just felt it might make sense to do regular updates but dude in one video if that makes sense sorry I have been. The dice are far got lights possibly could which was still like seven thirty in the morning and five at around to be checked messages. Scan the social media frantically of course to try and find out what's going on then had breakfast thing got through otherwise could use that as Ho Jun for the day because of course the German department is closed. And he can't count to gyms and here. We are now just off the twelve thirty. I guess Just recording this little snippet and then going back to have some lunch and the couple of random pills for right now number one as an expat in a foreign country. It's interesting to me. How on relying really on social media to get a lot of my news because a lot of the updates are coming the local language and so I'm relying on someone else's interpretation of that in many cases so in this environment people like may really susceptible to these fake news thing so we have to try even harder than maybe everybody else to double check the facts to find out what's really happening into Google and to to double check in search as much as we can The other thing that's really hate me is the I guess the idea that a lot of people signing the communities need to be responsible countries Responsible governments count overreact and look down. It's up to the countries look after themselves and the people's look after themselves. Yes it is look after them selves do the right thing and be responsible and social distance and all that stuff totally agree with that but the reality is. That's not the way most people leaving. I think a lot of people still aren't ready to take this as seriously as maybe it needs to be taken so I think for many countries and certainly here in Malaysia. Even looking at my window just now. I could see the amount of cars on the road. Those people coming to to work in essential services nonetheless people adult so a lot of those people have just decided. They'RE GONNA to move around no matter what this still a. Helluva lot less than normal. But there's still a lot of people out there that probably could be on lockdown but if decided not to so I is fully support actually Malaysia. Making the lockdown step. Especially as we've we've become one of the major the major hubs selene Sunni in Southeast Asia. Because we have more outbreaks I think just about any other country apart from China so I think government direction and government mandates. Do make sense at a time like this. The only thing that's been interesting to me. Is that how funny way it's kind of? It's kind of still normal right now because I've still been able to turn on the TV. I've still been able to watch youtube. I've still been able to go on to facebook Dean twitter and all these things. Now imagine what would happen if those things all stopped. What happened if the Internet stopped? Then it would really seem like the world is in crisis but in a funny way even though all those social media channels and all of those news channels. They're all talking about this covert crisis in a funny way. There's a sense of comfort in that and it's interesting how much I think we rely on that comfort when it comes to a time of crosses like these so that's about it for right now and have some lunch. I think we'll be back throughout the day with various updates and then of course I will post that all at the end of the day. Now Hang on noticing. What's this saying. Oh this is just telling me all the things that a closed in my apartment. Which is Jim the lounge maintenance services housekeeping services so yeah it's it's limited lockdown at movement control over here in Malaysia. That's if it's I'll be back later on with the bidding up that hug bureau staying safe by just an interesting conversation. About how governments and countries get through this crisis and one of the discussions was that rather than the employees take the hit and then be laid off or the company's going bankrupt or the government putting a massive stimulus package together. The reality is that everybody needs to sort of contribute a little bit so you know. Maybe the employees take a thirty forty percent. Pay-cut COMPANIES TAKE THIRTY FORTY PERCENT LESS REVENUE. Galvin's take thirty forty percents taxes. Everybody puts money into the into the Kitty essentially to help everybody survive and it makes a lot of sense. I think the reality is that of course for a lot of companies if they take thirty percent less revenue in the draw then and I don't have money coming in this doping seventy percent salaries. Then that's probably still put them to the edge of bankruptcy so it it it's interesting it's a it's a real balancing act. There aren't any wrong answers as a lot of suggestions and the interesting thing to this point is that a lot of people are super critical on jumping on every body others. Everybody else's suggestions and I get it because you know there's there's a lot of emotions running around but you know I think there's pros and cons to every option in every scenario. That's thrown out. So I think Tom Leykis especially it makes sense for us to basically not discount anything. I think everything's on the table right now. Another quick random thought. It's interesting. How much in this world of a global economy. We've come to rely on other people for stuff. And that's not just at a national level that countries rely on other countries for their imports and exports for that matter but even at individual level that certain many of us just aren't self sufficient. We rely on the local store. We rely on local businesses. We rely on importing stuff we we just can't survive on at least that's what we think it's also going to be interesting when all this washes out how much we realized that we really need all that stuff that we thought we needed after all already look the final update for today. Certainly good news. As far as I'm concerned just been announced that the USTRALIAN football league competition will go ahead tomorrow night as scheduled kicking off the first round. It's going to be plagued with our crowds but at least it means that will be able to watch it online. So for those of you. That are missing out on your sport at this time. And that's a lot of people you'll be able to watch it on the watch. I'll put a link to that in the comments Blur and look as the rain. Pelts down he behind me in in Kale in Malaysia. Ago Taylor at this time. I'm certainly looking forward to kicking back tomorrow afternoon and watching my football team. Cowden play Richmond tomorrow night in the AFL round one. God check it out look felt great. Competition is a lot of fun for those people. Don't understand it. Now's the time to find out already. Still pelting down at that is for today. I do thank you for your time. And we'll be back again tomorrow from lockdown.

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"daily perspective" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"daily perspective" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

"It moves on average volatility. But then you do get these crazy wick movements out of nowhere that you cannot catch general in any timeframe again. The large pump today was mostly from the perspective respectively the ten minute timeframe again Midwest attempts was able to catch that on a one hour signals the upside But of course I utilizing the two hour time for him on that. A wooden have caught that long long signal And again the fifteen minute was very choppy and it just happened very quickly. So congratulations solid traders. who were positioned for that bigger shot I think to the more strategic statistical setup which was is having those limit sell orders at the gap fill area? I think that was a great play for those. Who pulled that off? And congratulations to you guys. I think that was a great threat. I think you guys are going to continue to be vindicated. You guys are already sitting in a great position of profit as it is right now and I do just want to cover a few things here so we do have The candle structure of the day is a dozy that is an indecision candle that means we still even with the to the upside and even with the sell off From the daily perspective is not really indicative of Future Price Direction Movement. Now What is interesting. Is that if we do Rally upwards from this I would be more inclined to be looking for a long signal not removing my hedge because the direction is to the downside. I'm not missing that movement down to four K. But I can see a movement up to grab more liquidity. There was fifty million short liquidations on today's candle. What have we seen time and time and time time again with these large movements to the upside for Bitcoin over the last four months really? They're all shorting opportunities. The trades are not to the upside The the trades have not been to the upside in fact trading to the upside has generally actively ben counter trading for the last four months the majority of our profits from bitcoin have been from short-selling because the pressure to the downside has been more consistent if you were holding a position open generally at any point in time over the last several months if the trade was to the downside. you would have eventually been vindicated if you're holding doing it up to the ups if you're taking the trade to the upside. Generally you were picking up pennies in front of a moving. Steamroller continually pushing price down continually pushing price now Now but dozy structure not a clear signal anywhere from PCP. We do have a few interesting things. Of course we did. Get the one confirmation cross up for minks back over here. On the twenty fourth of November two thousand nineteen we actually closed off the daily baseline which is where individuals would have been removing their short hedges of that they would have been putting on over here here at this point in time removing them here and then putting them back on here potentially unless they held them over and less they held them open through that shop again depends on the baseline that individuals are using up again. And that's simple decision right there and I went over. This last night is generally the most That simple strategy right there accounts for a large majority of our members capital preservation and a lot of their prophets and they ignore that new members ignore that at their own peril. So make sure that you guys who are near the group Make sure that you guys review particularly that baseline video and also the ask me any things that are available well not only in the premium start packing but also in the premium plus content as well in the path West course and in the Educational Webinar series. Where do cover these topics in depth? Particularly the ask me anything which can have directories where you guys can go and see all the lectures that I've given on these topics moving in pushing on from that Commodity Channel it'll index again. gave us the two So excuse me Minks giving us the one single confirmation the day later we did get the baseline confirmation and then the day after that or maybe it's on the same candle. Let's go take a peek here yet. The day after that we actually got the Commodity Channel Index confirmation but what has kept us out of long-term remember on the daily. We're looking for long trades that that stretch quite a bit. What is the eighth year on the daily? Probably around seven hundred dollars. Let's double check this with our. HR indicator Let's see So average charanjit on the dailies four hundred twenty seven dollars and thirty cents. So we're looking for a swing of at least five hundred dollars and that's going to be on the daily. That's looking for a consistent trending movement to the upside the least four to five hundred dollars and then looking.

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