13 Burst results for "David Matt"
"david matt" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
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"david matt" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"In lovely Melbourne for introducing the show today goes without saying pretty obviously we love Melbourne so thank you Tristan for reminding us all of that lovely lovely place which now seems a distant memory because the tennis treadmill moveth on. This episode as with all our episodes at the moment is brought to you by on location, the premium hospitality and experience provider, they provide experiences with Steve Vogel's international tennis tours to Roland Garros, Wimbledon, the U.S. and the Australian open if in Melbourne, if you'd like to go to Melbourne, as well as the laver cup, which this year is in Vancouver Madrid, where I'll be going in a couple of weeks time, Indian Wells, Miami, check out everything they have to offer by going to WWW dot tours for tennis dot com tours the number four tennis dot com. Right then, in no particular order, David is here just by the skin of his teeth. David is here. Hello, David. Hello. Yes, we've had an eventful day. Her breaking down for 6 hours in my car on the side of the road and went through lots of thoughts about life in those 6 hours as I waited for the tow truck to arrive. And I've never been in one of those before, so that was an event for 20 minutes. Initially by the side of the road and latterly in a cemetery. So we expecting dark humor from you today, David. David, who's almost locked into a cemetery overnight, which it's not really where you want to break down, is it? I mean, I'm not necessarily in some places, but still. We're very glad to have you, David. Matt is here as well. Matt described by a well-known X tennis player as my favorite guy on the podcast after David. I think you mean the main man on the podcast of the main man after David. So I'd give you the big intro today, Matt. How you doing? I'm very well, thank you. I've had a far less eventful day than David. Yeah, Matt and I had to reveal how little we had on today because David was all gone. I'm so sorry for the delay, recorded without me if you need to. Don't feel you need to hang on. Matt and I were like, it is fine. We've I'm on the sofa. Initial plans were 2 p.m. and it's now 8 p.m. and they seem absolutely fine about that. But most importantly, we are here and we are here to talk tennis before we do that. Just a little heads up for you for Friends at the tennis podcast, what we have coming up for you in terms of tenantry lived in the coming weeks, we have a Nick bollardiere show a tribute a life and times a deep dive into nipples Arian everything that he meant and will continue to mean to the tennis world. For that, we've spoken already to Mary carillo, Jim Courier, Jimmy Arias, the first student that Nick had at the military academy that was an interview that David did recently and drip fed us some nuggets from it and it's absolutely gold dust so we expect that to be a brilliant show. As do we expect the second tennis relived that we'll be recording in the coming weeks. The movement. 20 years ago that Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi at aging and the ATP are hyping a raft of young players sound familiar that they hope will take over the sport, David was at the ATP at the time. And this is the movement relived. It's David lore relived. It's right in the tennis podcast sweet spot, and we can't wait to record it. So that is coming up soon for Friends of the tennis podcast. We've also got a Q&A episode coming up soon. So if you'd like to become a friend and get access to all of that, the link is in our show notes. Now, on to Monte Carlo, we'll also be rounding up the Billie Jean King cup qualifying ties that happened over the last weekend, but we start in Monte Carlo because that is where the aggro was, it was like an aggro tribute week. Sorry, Andre Rublev, we're all absolutely delighted for you that you've won your first ATP 1000 title. Lovely moment genuinely pleased for you, but the week belongs to aggro. Yeah. It really does. And you're going to get your moment, Andre, but I'm telling you, this was just the greatest hits of aggro. And again, to use your terminology, it's right in the sweet spot of the tennis podcast because none of it was the wrong side of the line. It was all the sort of stuff we love. Silliness over the top, just stipulations, just people going at each other and being silly. And we love silliness. So yeah, been a great work. And it was by and large enhanced the tennis. The matches in which agro featured, it elevated them, it caused an effect, I suppose you could argue a bit of a gray area as to which came first, but they all ended up, but the point that agro happened after that, the tennis ended up being elevated inequality and in drama, I think. I mean, really, just every box ticked on the agro front, I think, Matt. Oh yeah, it was just last week, I think, wasn't it? That Jessica pagola mentioned trash talk in tennis and whether that should be brought in. And it feels like the ATP just sort of collectively decided this week to sort of take up the mantle a bit and just be brilliant at it. It was like that those comments from pigula were the Batman symbol being projected into the sky. I told you both the other day that I got a little bit of a theory about this aggro. And it is actually about Jessica bugler's comments because here is a woman who was pictured drinking a beer Heineken in a press conference. And the next thing you hear, she's got a beer sponsorship from another company and I'm thinking this woman's a genius. She is a marketing genius. And then last week, she goes and reveals that she quite like to have a bit of trash talk and all this and I'm thinking you fit right in around here you do, Jessica bagula. And here we are, it's all happening. And I just wonder whether maybe people, even if just subconsciously filtered into there into their brains and off they went. I also think just generally, the more matches Daniel Medvedev plays and wins, the more the higher the likelihood of our grow occurs. Okay, your theory is better than that. Can I just mention one specific piece of aggro that was, I don't know if agro is the right word, but it was in our sweet spot.
"david matt" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"It's Dominic team like to me that sort of ability to hit big from deep enclave being the sort of the magic weapon, particularly against Djokovic and that requires so much strength and it's clear. You know, I said yesterday I know he did a lot of bulking up, particularly in his upper body, what about 18 months ago? Would it have been? Yes, Billie Jean. And we wondered perhaps if that actually was affecting his play because he really stuttered in his form after that, it was like he was trying to adjust to a new body and a new sort of set of balance, I suppose, set of balance that doesn't make any sense. I think you know what I mean. But I looked at him yesterday and his legs suddenly looked like tree trunks and it looked to me, honestly, like he'd found gone to a fitness trainer, showed up in a gym, gone to fitness trainer with a picture of Carlos alcaraz and said, I'll have that, please. Make me that. And okay, I am joking, but I do just wonder, you know, Carlos alcaraz lighting a fire under these guys. Veruna had the fire anyway. But someone like Lorenzo musetti in the same age bracket, that bit older, maybe he, you know, until Carlos alcaraz started alkalizing, he was being talked about as an anointed sort of only a matter of time before you start winning stuff and having the baton passed to you. And you know, maybe players can be comfortable in that comfortable in knowing in everybody knowing how talented they are and feeling like it's only a matter of time. It is going to happen. Everybody's telling me it's going to happen. I'll just keep being me and it'll eventually happen. But alcaraz is sort of short circuited all of that hasn't he and to say he's been ahead of the curve would be a tremendous understatement. But I didn't. It is interesting. Catherine that he's put all this work in, and he has been rubbish this year. I mean, he, I mean, I don't think he can play on anything other than clay. As a massive problem, I think we need to enjoy. He was even bad in South America. He couldn't win a match. Yes, you predict, didn't you predict it? You predicted him to win a tournament and he lost to someone we'd never heard of in. Well, I have gone big on the fact that Lorenzo Messi is going to have a big year. At the start of this year. And I mean, I'd honestly. David needs him to win Monte Carlo. I need him to win Roland Garros to get any sort of kind of credibility back in the bank for me. But I mean, I'm like you. I love watching him play. He has got everything for clay court tennis. He's got, he's got the power of kind of like almost like team, but he's got that kind of clay court artistry of Sisyphus as well. He really has got it all for clay court tennis, but he's been so bad this year that I thought maybe he's just never going to get this right. And so this is a huge shot in the arm for him. Yeah, I am so here for the alcaraz sinner runner musetti quad factor again, not a word, not covering myself in glory, vocabulary wise today, am I but yeah, the new big four. There we go. Look, it's early doors. That's not a prediction. It's just a simple service. Yeah. Right, there well, anyway, he'll play Yannick center later on today in soon to be able to date tennis news. Holger runner will play Daniel Medvedev very much here for that much. Runner getting through as a result of cursed Mateo bartini. It's time to put the seal, I think, on mater bro tini being a cursed player. I know you don't believe in cursed players, David, but come on. Well, I've got to go, so I'll leave you to talk about curse for terabytes. I can't tell anybody any different. Off you go, David, Matt. He's a curse player, isn't he? Signed to sailed. I mean, for me, that was signed and sealed. A year ago. I think it's only, it's only David, who's still needs, still needs convincing. Yeah, he'd won this epic match against Francisco and it was 5 of them up in the first set by a tini and lost the set. He had an absolutely disastrous time for 7 games. And yet still managed to overcome that and win. And I thought, you know, that was the moment that this season needed for him. And then he's injured and can't play his next match. I mean, cursed player. I really feel free. And abdominal tear, it's a, a part of the body that he's experienced recurrent injuries in, which is always a red flag and B, they've been a lot of abdominal injuries recently, aren't there, so we kind of know the playbook on them in terms of recovery, and it's really hard to fully get over. They hang around and they're very hard to train around, I think, because they're literally in the middle of your body. So it's a massive worry for me. I guess his target now will be getting fit for the grass court season so he can contract some sort of virus on the eve of Wimbledon. And further the curse, but yeah, my heart goes out to him. It's tough for toe bertini, but it does mean we get runner Medvedev. And look, I'm here at the moment Matt for watching clay court Medvedev against anyone.
"david matt" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Welcome to our Miami midway podcast, the same midway. It's Friday, but all The Rain and all the shenanigans that have gone on over the last week makes me slightly uncomfortable about where we are in this tournament. It's particularly because it's now more than a week and a half long. And I never quite know what I said on Monday about which player. So whether I make any sense any more than normal, we will soon find out you'll be able to tell that this is not Catherine Whitaker presenting this podcast this is David law, alongside virtually match Roberts, who is still very much under the influence of jet lag, would that be fair to say math? That would be fair to say, yes, we've had a serious off air discussion about how to deal with my jet lag in the future and I will be taking your advice because yeah, it's been a tough week. I'd actually done a really good job of not watching the tennis in the middle of the night and trying to sleep, but failing and then last year. Just lie awake. Did you just literally lie there looking at the ceiling? Yeah, I mean, I got up and had some food at one point. That's probably also a bad technique for dealing with jet lag and trying to sleep. I was just all out of sync terribly and then last night made it even worse because I had two outstanding matches to watch and I did watch those for this podcast. So I don't know how many days behind I am, but yeah, tough scene so far. Okay, well, very interesting. And if anybody's got any genius ideas from that. For the future reference, he's almost through this now. So he's taking him a week, but I'm sure we'll be very grateful. Anyway, we do have loads of tennis to talk about in amongst The Rain. And there has been a lot of that as I mentioned. I mean, it is not been a good scene in Miami to be quite honest with you. We know this because Catherine has been sending us videos of herself in The Rain in her raincoat, really trying to sort of rub it in. Well, I suppose trying to get some sort of sympathy, but you know, when you're living in sunny hall, that's on fairly short supply. I don't know what it's like where you are at the moment. Oh yeah. Anyway. It's rainy here too. And I do expect rain in Miami like South Florida. It's really humid and it sometimes it feels like it needs to rain there, doesn't it? But this has been excessive. It's been really irritating ridiculously and disruptive. They have struggled with it, I think. We'll get on to that over the course of this show. We got loads of the matches to talk about Catherine is going to be joining us via voice note. She has recorded his voice now. We're going to hear that in a few different parts, depending on where we're talking about in the show itself. Before we do that, just a quick mention for our sponsors on occasion, the premium hospitality and experience provider who sent us to Indian Wells who sponsored us during the Australian open and who provided the most amazing prize to the Miami open presented by ital. To one of our listeners who was a newsletter subscriber, called Cassie, and you may remember Cassie, if you'd read the newsletter, had never been to a tennis tournament before, and she's been in touch, she said, hi, this is Cassie, I won the Miami open tickets. I just want to thank all of you and tell you I had the best weekend in Miami. The seats were amazing and it was incredible to actually see some of my favorite players in person. So delighted that Cassie had a good time. Thanks to on location and Steve fergal's international tennis tours for providing that brilliant package for Cassie to enjoy and yeah, we hope to be able to do similar things like that in the future. And hopefully not limited just to U.S. and UK newsletter subscribers which we were limited to this time basically because we just didn't have the legal rights to extend it beyond that. But we always want to try and open them out whenever we possibly can and we're just thrilled that somebody got to enjoy this brilliant prize. Somebody who's a listener to our show and that was Cassie and she had a great time. So delighted about that. Right, Matt, I think it's high time we heard from the person who's actually in Miami. His Catherine. Good evening, David Matt and assorted tennis podcast listeners. I'm coming to you from my hotel room in downtown Miami. I am watching Carlos alcaraz against Taylor Fritz on tennis channel. Having spent the date broadcasting the day session for Amazon Prime in the UK. Alcaraz is currently a set in a break and unsolicited prediction. I think he's going to win in straight sets. Because he looks bloomin awesome and Taylor for its looks shell shocked as so many do when they face him for the first time. It makes me wonder how on earth you prepare for playing Carlos alcaraz. There are no sort of Carlos Al graz imitators as kicking around the hitting partner corridors. I just don't know how you prepare it's one thing telling yourself you're going to be facing a 110 mph forehands on a regular basis, hit it ridiculous angles from improbable positions, but I think it's quite another actually being on the receiving end of it and just watching Taylor Fritz Scrabble around behind the baseline trying his heart out and just feeling like he's playing a different sport to our growers. But look, our grass is level could drop in this match or in any of his two potential remaining matches. Who knows? It would be Yannick sinner in the next round. So second tournament consecutively that they would have met in the semifinals. He has been darn good sinner. Just a ruthless efficient winning machine. I still struggle to see the result against alcohol as if that much comes about being all that different to Indian Wells, but who knows? He knows conditions are different sinner loves it in Miami. Our grass loves it everywhere. We will see. The other semifinals Medvedev against fashion of difficult on this because I've not full disclosure I've not seen much of hash and of because it rains so much yesterday here's Michigan's syringe, I got moved to grand standard today, which meant we didn't cover it. And I've seen a bit of Medvedev. But with all due respect to Chris Eubanks, who I'm sure you will talk about in the podcast, and if you don't, what are you playing at? He's had one by Medvedev and he's played a couple of matches against considerably lower ranked opposition. I don't feel like I've got a massive gauge of where my bit of his act in his Miami game. I found the Eubanks much today really entertaining and actually Eubanks came out firing was really hanging tough against Medvedev, who looked a bit sort of bamboozled as if like, oh, this guy's got a quirky game that isn't really like anybody else. So faced before and he does. Have a quirky game. Likes to be at the net. I'll really remember some of his very athletic diving volleys. He's got that single handed backhand, which is unreliable, but fun, and a real sort of whiplash forehand. It was a fun match and but for the rain delay at three two one serve in the opening set could have been different. You banks was right in it, but that rain delay came exactly the wrong time. It was like the spell was broken and he got immediately broken upon the resumption and while it remained a fun match, it did from that point on feel as if Medvedev was in firm control. So not going to make any predictions for Medvedev has other than that stat that I read out on Amazon today was that first time into a masters semifinal in four years. He's made several Grand Slam. Sorry, semifinal. Did I say semifinal? Who knows? I meant semifinal. In four years, he's made several slam semifinals in that time, but his first at this level in four years. So he is in my inexplicable tennis player category. Don't understand him at all, but there we go. He's very much in Matt Roberts's inexplicable tennis player category as well because it's because of Karen hatching of, of course, that Matt Roberts is here. Because of his amazing takes in 2018 later in 2018 in which Matt's heralded him as the Carlos alcaraz of the future. More or less.
"david matt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And that is the sound of the opening bell on Wall Street, good morning, I'm Karen Moscow, along with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller in his and P 500 is lower at the open down about a tenth of a percent down. Down three points at 39 73, the Dow Jones Industrial Average little changed up 12 at 32,450, and the NASDAQ down a tenth of a percent of the open down 17 points at 11,751. Ten year treasury down 7 30 seconds, you have 3.55%, they yield on the two year four 2%. Nymex screwed oil is down three tenths of a percent or 19 cents at $72, 63 cents a barrel. Comex gold up four tens percent or 8 60 cents at 1980 ten ounce. The Euro one O 8 two 9 against the dollar of the N one 30.9 to one Paul and Matt. Karen Moscow, thank you so much. We appreciate that. All right, we've got central bankers out there around the world talking tough talking fighting inflation yet. You look at the warp function. The market seems to be pricing in some rate cuts here. There's a lot of crosscurrents out there as it relates to Central Bank policy. And of course, you've got some concerns about the global banking situation. So just more crosswinds out there for investors to deal with. Let's see what the professionals are doing here. David sauerby and Cora, managing director and portfolio manager. David, I just want to start with kind of one of the more recent data points for investors, which is the health of the banking system. Primarily the U.S. and the regional banks, but also we had the credit Swiss situation. You've been around a while. How do you kind of think about the banking stability or instability that we've experienced over the last several weeks? I think as an investor who sometimes gravitates to the banks given my focus on valuation and yield, you've got about a once every four year, maybe once every 5 years that banks really are the star and your portfolio. It certainly hasn't been the case right now and I'm not adding to the banks and this environment. In fact, in the mutual fund, co manage three weeks ago almost to the day we were marginally reducing our banks just out of macro concern, no great insight to what was going to happen with Silicon Valley bank and others. We just simply were taking some risk off the table and we're not in their biting yet. At what point do you do that, David Matt Miller here in the studio with Paul. I'm filling in for time while he shaves his beard. At what point do you say there's been enough pain, you know, these valuations have gotten low enough that it's time to get back in because certainly the market will overreact. It's a little bit like a western movie. You buy when you see the whites of their eyes, which is when things get even more washed out, usually while the decline has been very steep and fast, usually these don't get solved that fast, throw in. There's going to be more regulation. That's going to limit lending senior loan officers are telling you they're being more restrictive when it comes to lending, those are usually more headwinds for the bank. So it's not yet to be a net buyer of the banks. There's other places to be fishing and financials other than the banks. All right, so David, where are you finding some opportunities here because a lot of folks are saying, hey, maybe now's the time to put some risk on because if the fed hasn't peaked in terms of rates, it is darn close to it and the next moves are to the downside and that should be good for risk assets. Are you there yet or are you still waiting? I'm leaning there. I can promise you whatever I tell you about interest rates. If that's just going to be 50 50, even as a former bank economist who had a forecast interest rates quite a bit, but you just feel like the fed overdid it. Money supply growth more than 30% growth rates now they've backed it off towards even negative on a year over year basis. The low inflation will probably be here by yearend somewhere in the 3% range which I think investors will embrace. So I think you can lean into some risk and small caps as an example. They've given back some ground after having a terrific fourth quarter last year and start to the year. So two names quickly travel and leisure is the vacation club resort properties. So spin out like that in 2017. So I think people still want to travel. I've heard four hotel companies present earlier this month at a conference and people are still wanting to travel, extend their weekends on this work from home environment that's helping out a company like travel and leisure with its resort properties. And then second quickly, VV X is a small cap V two X is a small cap defense contracting play who has a very diversified portfolio, no more than 2% of their business is tied to any single contract. So they'll be outsourcing services like base maintenance based building, mission training, IT, cybersecurity, that's a small cap name that only has 5 analysts following it. I think that's a good way to play this continued increase in defense spending. Yeah, the name of the company V two X incorporated, the ticker is V VX. So two V's and $1.2 billion company based out of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Those are some interesting small caps. Interesting if you want to put some risk on, I don't know why Paul is so excited to do that. My mom actually called me this morning and asked if she should start buying stocks instead of. You know, rotate out of her bond fund. And I said, mom, she just got 5%. You know, she got into a short duration bond fund. I said, just leave it there for a while. At what point are stocks going to yield more than that? If you look at the combination of free cash flow yield, which is better than 5%, which is a good comparison to what you would get in the bond market on evaluation. I think stocks become more interesting in the larger dividend value focus mutual fund I co manage our free cash flow
"david matt" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Folks to the tennis podcast brought to you in association with on location the premium hospitality and experience provider. That brought the three of us myself, David and Matt all the way out to Indian Wells on a trip of a lifetime that is for David and Matt already a distant memory for me. Well, I'm still on that trip of a lifetime. You find me in a Miami hotel room since Indian Wells I have been to Palm Springs and Las Vegas and yeah, that's the end of the list. It just feels like more at this stage. Where in the world do we find you, David, hello? Sorry hole, Catherine. I've just felt very much like shouting check you out. With your list of places, but yeah, I went to Frankfurt, lost my luggage, right back in Birmingham, was reunited a day later with my luggage and now I'm sitting in a little office in Solihull with the blinds drawn because it's not very nice outside. Matt Roberts, where in the world do we find you? You find me in Richmond in the UK, not in Virginia, like many of our listeners, but I have also been to Palm Springs and Las Vegas since Indian Wells. And yeah, it's very nice to see you both. The last time I saw you both involved slightly weird transport situations I've just realized. It did, it wasn't the goodbye after an epic to it wasn't the goodbye that the trip deserved. I think was it? No, because I said goodbye to Catherine at Vegas airport. Well, she was going from a bus for one terminal and I was going for a bass for another and we had a sort of very weird hug where I was still holding my suitcase and my golf bag and Catherine sprinted off to make sure I just sort of assaulted Matt. That was the only participant in the hog. And then I sprinted away. And with David, we said goodbye, Palm Springs, airports, in the middle of a big, well, how do we describe a bit? Hoo ha, car, mix up. David left us on the curb. I dispatched your baggage into a bright red Ford Mustang. And then the realization hit that convertible, the realization hit and let me just get this in, Catherine looked really cool in the driver's seat. And then we realized ten minutes of being cool, folks. Ten minutes. I got to drive a bright rig red Ford Mustang convertible in and out of the Avis parking lot in Palm Springs. It was great. And then Matt and I basically tried to waggle the contents of Catherine's luggage into a space that was not going to be able to fit. The luggage. It was actually an experience which I think sort of summed us all up because Catherine was at one end of the spectrum. Like, I'm sure it'll fit. We'll get it in. It'll be great. David was like, you need a new car and I was somewhere in the middle for a few seconds. Trying desperately to get the luggage in, but yeah. Try to keep the dream alive. Realizing we had no chance. David's energy was really, I need to get away from these impractical children immediately. And he did. He was like, I've got a plane to catch guys. Good luck. See you later. And he did catch that plane and we did trade in our dream car for a very practical Jeep Cherokee. Great. And off gray, fittingly gray. A dream to drive though took us all the way from but well, it took us to Las Vegas. It took us to LA and back last Wednesday. Where we just casually hung out at Pam shriver's pad. How long ago does that feel, Matt? A very long time. But it was one of the great days. What did you get? I feel like I should answer that question. Please do, please do. I see the I see the conundrum that is in because the answer to that is power was extremely impressed as was I. And Matt's like, can I say that? Can I say that out loud on a podcast to lots of people? So I'll say it for you, Matt. Matt was on fire. It turns out, you know how tennis is all about match ups, David. Matt's game matches up with Pam shrivers. Like a dream. Matt loves a low slice, it turns out which is my absolute nightmare if all to pieces as soon as I see someone gearing up for his life. My mom has a wicked backhand slice, and I just fall to pieces. He didn't like my ball low. It turns out and Pam strive has got, you know, one of the great slices and they were playing in The Rain, so the balls were heavy and staying extremely low. It even lower, and Matt was just bawling. I was blown away, actually. Blown away. It was a high quality half an hour of tennis. Pleasantly surprised. She didn't actually say positively surprised. Yeah. And still gave me a lot of great at one point. She compared Matt's volleys to Martina Navratilova. Okay, I mean, this is getting a bit silly. Turns out also that Matt is a great half volleyer. Did we know that David? I mean, he seemed to struggle with my and that's it. We were, you know, decompressing afterwards on the long drive home to Palm Springs and Matt said, I've just always had the half folly. It's always come naturally to me. Yeah, it really is for the best that I didn't describe my experience with this person with pan shriver. I would have come across terribly. Should have seen
"david matt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The market's trying to figure out what the heck's going on there today. Tons of stuff that I just from Tesla earnings from earnings just in general across the board. We had a whole slew of eco data today. We just had some thoughts here about what that means for the economy, what that means for the fed, what that means for the markets. Let's break it down with somebody who does this for a living, David kudla, founder, CEO and CIO of mainstay, capital management. David, thanks so much for joining us here just a busy busy day and David Matt and I were just speaking with one of our favorite economists from BNP Paribas. She's saying, hey, recession starting second quarter, maybe last three quarters, maybe more. Maybe 1% or so contraction in the economy, is that something you guys are having your calculus as you think about your portfolio? Hi, Paul and Matt. Good afternoon, or good morning. I think that calling for a recession in the second quarter is probably premature. What we've seen recently is the markets pricing in more and more very shallow or no recession. But let's look at the data. If we go around just in the U.S. and go around the world, we still have strong jobs in the U.S. that was confirmed again today with weekly jobless claims. We have strong GDP. Now that's backward looking into the fourth quarter, but 2.9% better than expected GDP keeps coming in better than expected. We've been have housing recovering with yields coming down some mortgages are coming down. If we look at Europe, they were supposed to have a worse recession than us. Now there's calls for no recession in Europe because the energy crunch hasn't materialized with a warmer winter or it has abated, I should say. And then we go over to Asia, China surprisingly to many probably abandoned zero COVID policy, their holiday travel right now is quadrupled over this time last year. So there are a lot of factors that show we still have strong growth driving and driving growth. I can't see a recession starting in a couple of months. You know, you're out there in Michigan. I start to think more and more about the possibility of too much production at GM too much production at I guess it's de lantis now. Inventories starting to rise compared to sales. Do you see that out there? It depends. I'm still waiting on my order for my Z06 Corvette to go through. Oh, dude, I gotta tell you something. Real quick. I went for a ride with Mark Royce in a Z06 at the milford proving grounds. On believable vehicle, just amazing what they could get out of 5 and a half liters, just I was blown away. And for the price. It was like a GT3 killer. Yeah. Yeah. So there is still pent up demand for new autos because of the chip shortage. There's still pent up demand and in some areas where we're still catching up. Even though we know the used car market has been declining for the past several months, but during the pandemic, had gone up at rose so much, had risen so much. So no, the automakers here are still humming along now. If we get a contraction in the economy or God forbid, a deeper recession, that all changes, their cyclical companies, but for now, there's really still some catch up to that pent up demand. So what do we do here? I mean, again, I'm just looking at my eco screen on the Bloomberg terminal. I'm trying to digest all this economic data. I'm being deluged with earnings. We had some, you know, I guess some good news from Tesla last night, not that that's reflective of the economy, but what are you doing with your portfolio here? Given that economic backdrop and earnings backdrop. Yes. So this I would say this first month this year is shaping up a little bit different than some had expected some of the forecasts we had from Morgan Stanley or JPMorgan or and we'll see how the rest of the quarter turns out. But we've had a good market. Now, with that, that's good for our gross stocks that we hold, but we are still biased towards the defensive because of this concern about recession. I'd say though that our biggest change in our portfolios is going overseas. With China recovering, that's great for Asia stocks and of course they've been on a tear. So we like EM specifically Asia and of course duration and bonds is made more sense here recently too. So we've added there. So the EM call we heard, I guess we're hearing a little bit more and more these days. What's the basis of that for you? Is that just simply the growth there is better relative to the valuation? Yes, we've got EM undervalued, certainly relative to the U.S. when we look at historical historical basis. And if we look at the factors, what is really and I'm talking about Asian now specifically Asia, if the Chinese economy is opening up, that's good for China. That's good for the region. That's good for all of Asia. And we're seeing that already in stock prices. So and we think that has further to run because being undervalued, specifically China, having sold off so far. And I don't know that it was expected, but they have certainly done at about phase and whether you're looking at holiday travel hotels, demand immediately increasing as COVID policy zero policy becomes a thing of a past there. So that's just another factor that is in favor of Asia stocks more broadly. I'm looking at the Bloomberg dollar index, and I've been asking people for years, what's the bear case for the U.S. dollar? I mean, the dollar index is down 10% from its peak. So maybe we're kind of there. How do you think about the dollar and how does that impact how you construct your portfolio? Yeah, and another good thing. Thank you. That's a dynamic I should have mentioned relative to overseas, right? That's another factor that's working in our favor is that weakening dollar and I think it's a function of we see the fed is tapering off in their purchases. Certainly the dollar was on a just a care last year with an aggressive set. We see the fed tapering off. I'm sorry. Tapering off in the rate hikes, not purchases. And so we have Europe, it still needs to catch up. They were behind the curve. We look at that around the world. And this or just looking locally at the U.S., the dollar has just declined with this tapering of fed rate hikes. I'm just sorry, I got sidetracked looking at the Z06 here. This is, I'm so excited for you because it's the most powerful, naturally aspirated V8 ever put in a production car. 655 horsepower, zero to 60 in two and a half seconds. It's not electric. Zero to 60 in two and a half seconds. And it costs not electric. I mean, half of what you would pay, that's just an unbelievable. I hope you got the orange or maybe a bright green color there. When you take delivery, I'm going to come over to Michigan and do a few laps with you. It's a date. It's a date. What do you think? Say what? What do you think David about the American consumer? Because a lot of people have been kind of raining on my parade today saying the consumer is starting
"david matt" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Didn't lose a point to marcus hot cheval. In the second set of a first round match in delray beach it was the only one for twenty nine years until yaroslava shred of it did it at wimbledon and remember member bill scotland's named coming up around the time that shred of a golden set a wimbledon very sadly bills. Cannon died of cancer aged sixty four yesterday and in the words of Richard evans friend of the poets and esteemed tennis journalist broadcast see said bills. Gamblin's death will be devastating tool. He knew him. Such a bright energized amusing figure on the brilliant player blessed with red talent. My food with his family r.i.p bills. Say lovely words from richard evans and we echo that absolutely sad loss to the tennis world. We've got mascots. I did better today for disease. Everybody else failed miserably so polluted you like stevens soldier. Mulan mulan enslin stevens menzies. David let- roque down. Let's council muscle down billie jean. Let everybody down today. She did she did so well to be fair. She's she's kept kept him outshot since since that. That one in discussion so improvement for billie jean her husband's obliging king actual words. I get to say we've got shoutouts but before that. I just want to remind you that we have a tennis podcast. Merch t shirts are very much available. You can have a t-shirt attorneys. Relieve t shirt and. I love tennis t shirt or an on the boat. T shirt my mom hasn't on the t shirt. Despite in her own words never ever wanting to go near a bloody boats. So yeah so you can get on the boat without ever having to go on a boat. Lucky so this details in our newsletter. If you not subscribe to these other woody. Doing great case up subscribed all executive producer. Is chris album. He's a top bloke. He never lets us down. Matt hero shoutouts for caroline dove. Oh caroline. that's very poetic. More favorite type of bird right. Is that thing. We have a list of so right star along. Okay thanks a lot. Well that's it. Will be conceiving my thoughts for the rest of the evening. What's your favorite type of bird. Sponsors. the podcast and the next up at the. It'd be funny if i came out with the whole something. No dennis curley job chocolate. I can't fully that. Dennis lake chevelle of thanks. You support and last one. Today is friend of the poet. Sophie smith say a shoutout for tilly. Who is one of the youngest listeners. I think so fees daughter lovely. Thank you so much. Thank you safe. You're a great supporter of the port. And we much appreciate it so that was your day five. French open tennis podcast. Valiantly struggled through the eighth inning two rounds we get to kick off around three in earnest. Murray david matt thank you. Thank you for listening and we'll speak to you tomorrow..
"david matt" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"Would retire which we would just say yes would they would they lab elaborate. Think it's always capitals isn't it. Is it t t bring boulton. It will just say yeah on long island tomorrow. It's an elite talented young american against a leanest which leanne holiday with that. Because i know he's really good so a of the us open last year. But then i realized everything we discussed about specifically. She just delivers in the first week of islam So didn't then. It's imos michael emma against gammel fees. I think As we discussed yesterday that could be really entertaining. Then it's no joke. Vich against pablo cuevas. And then it's an concentrate against christina. Madonna vich Simone mathieu is where you'll find. Madeup burr teeny against federico corey. Yanic cintas my fearing a ferro against jennifer brady and eagles. Fintech is lost up on that court and this plenty more besides but not the pick of the matches on the biggest courts. What are we looking forty tomorrow over. Olivet yeah push pushback stevens. That's a grand slam semifinal right there yeah yeah just the word today. I spent a large portion my day watching coca golf. In venus williams doubles action together. The the cross generational partnership and there was a brief. My my someone in the crowd was singing bone in the usa. My all my worlds colliding it was. It was great what. I was struck by during that much. How tall venus williams is. She made coca gauntlet small anyway yet. Venus williams is tool. Everyone bombshell to end on our mascot for this tournament is well all lucci. he's nailing with this. I'm phoebe both lovely corgis. Thank he you lied. She and phoebe for being with us for this roller coaster of a grand slam Billie jean hasn't covered itself in glory. Tonight sorry about that. Billie jean king rogue zeus scouser muscle. Those are david's and matt's mascots who've also been let down today. Because i would li is our executive producer. Never let down is chris. Albert lee hero shoutouts format fyona mcgregor of your like sarah playing jennifer brady tomorrow. Call him greg with swagger walk Maybe fane has got one of those thanks people. Michelle fenland fenland. I'm not quite sure. Michelle michelle michelle. Thank you for your support. Michelle collins is a person. Catherine is going back long time to eastenders willing. They were blank faces. Give me another michelle. Pfeiffer feifer fell that follow f i f e you german in review. Stop near you go. Thank you support michelle. We've got dominika marchetti. Oh hello dominika. Civil cohen yes. That sounds potentially italian. Do we think yes. This dhammika with a c. Rather than k. Lenae rather than and i but yes very much like dominika. Civil service support dominika issue not subscribe to the newsletter itself out and get yourself scarred is brilliant match toils away at it all day and it never disappoints is brilliant. I genuinely look forward to landing in my inbox. so yeah get yourself on that bandwagon. Tell your friends leaves the apple podcasts review and most importantly tune into maury for a day five french open tennis. Podcast david matt. Thank you hannah. Thank you for twitter. This sounds like the book. Closer to ornament. Doesn't it's not we're back tomorrow. We'll speak to you then..
"david matt" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"New York conversation. You let me take you on CBC Radio one across Canada and across North America on Sirius, XM 1 69 and from P R X. My name is Tom Power. Welcome back to the show Damp. Eaton's has held a lot of jobs in his lifetime. He's been a physiotherapist, a college professor, a Web developer. None have made them happier than the job he's doing right now. Dan is a pencil artist. He spends hours sketching portrait and his drawings are so lifelike you'd be Mr Be forgiven if you think there are photographs. I know when I looked at one of them. I thought it was a photograph. Lately, he's beginning in a lot of recognition for his portrait of NHL hockey players. He's drawn comic David Matt Sundeen my favorite Patrick Wall. The NHL has started sharing his work, and he's been commissioned by some of the players in the league. Very impressive, considering he decided to draw full time on Lee recently damp Eaton's joins us Now live from London, Ontario. How are you? Welcome to the show. Take Tom. Yeah, I'm so excited to be here. Thanks for having me. Well, it's a pleasure to have you. This all must be a bit surreal way it is. I was chatting with one of my former teachers from elementary school, actually, amongst all the other connections that I've made for my art again, and It almost feels like I'm watching somebody else living the life. You know, it feels like it's happening to somebody else, and I'm just sort of watching, but it's starting to hit home. You know, with each passing week that goes Let's talk a little bit about some of the work and then we'll talk about how you got to the work, so just to give people an idea of what we're talking about here, I'm looking at one of your drawings right now, which is of Steve Eisenman. You know, legendary hockey player for the Red Wings. Lips are pursed. He's staring off into the distance. Tell me what's happening in this drawing. Yeah, And so it's what you do is saying you're a Patrick Walker and I don't want your Colorado fan, but it's Steve is, um and I have a huge respect for he's such amazing leader and an amazing talent. And when I saw this photo of the pretty iconic photo It struck me right away because he is staring off at something. He's staring from the bench. He has sweat dripping down the side of his face. He has a cut on his nose, which which is now just starting to trickle blood. And it seems so None of that bothers him. He's not aware of any of that. All that he's aware of is the play that's unfolding in front of them and what he's going to do when he gets the chance to get back out there, So he has this intense stare. In his eyes, and that's what I try to do when I can. When I choose all the different art pieces that I do is capture the intensity capture the emotion, So I feel like I did do that, in this case he's wearing is All white jerseys, wearing his white helmet with the faded Detroit Red Wings logo at the top. The actual photo itself and how I drew it. Puts focus in the foreground specifically around the face, and as it drifts off into the background, it comes out of focus. So you could see from the chin strap below his chin starts in focus, faith, the other focus as it goes towards this far shoulder. I want to be clear here. I know that people can't see anyone posted a link on our website, CBC dot ta slash Q. But I'm looking at it right now. It really does. It's an unbelievably life like and it's just done with pencil. How long does it take you? That specific one took 18.5 hours. The highest one I've ever done is 32 hours. You know, most goalies will take quite a bit of time. But the highest is 32. What do you start? Always with the eyes, always with the eyes because I feel like it. If you don't get the eyes just right. The rest of the pitcher can look pretty good and resemble some lightness to the athletes or whatever subject it is that you're drawing. If you don't get the eyes right, you'll lose the soul of what you're capturing on. But it doesn't have that same strike so half the time well, less than half the time Now I am getting fatter. But I will start with the eyes. I'll show it to a few key people. I'll analyze it for a while. And if it doesn't look right to me, I just scrap it and start over. So always with the ice, So I'm looking at another one of your drawings here, and this is not a hockey player. This is a character from a favorite show of a lot of people mind. You included the office, the American version of the office. Tell me who I'm looking at and tell me why this is important in your story. There. You are looking at the actor Steve Carell acting as Michael Scott, acting as prison, Mike pretty iconic moment from the show. But I did want to draw him specifically because I am such a huge fan of the show. So When I was going through a hard time. You know, I've had many different careers as you were mentioning many different jobs, and it's always been difficulty for me toe see them through because I do go through quite a bit of anxiety, especially related to work and social interactions. But as time went on, I was starting to get more and more desperate. Starting to think you know what? Well, I'm a failure I can't provide for my family. I don't know if we'll ever be able to hold down a job. Despite my best efforts. I've always been good at them. But this came at a time where I was desperate..
Tennis is back; James Blake discusses the challenges
"Hello. and. Welcome to the tennis podcast. It is Monday the third of August twenty, twenty and two. There is tennis actual tennis. Not, exhibition tennis competitive tennis featuring plays, we've heard of playing for ranking points and prize money. We haven't seen any of it yet. It's just been. It's just been qualifying for the weekend but at the Palermo WPA event does get underway the main draw in earnest. Later on today David's Matt I, Give You Tennis It has suddenly occurred to me that we were together when tennis was last to think. Remember when we were watching. Dubai. Was it when Jovic Matt. Watch. Kim Clijsters Return in my lounge. Yeah. That feels like a different lifetime. I. Think. I was. Kind of the last weekend of tennis, which was the Davis Cup qualifying which. Never, find run event, which is taking place to eighteen months after they. After they, qualified for it. And the even then there were. It was kind of in the background there were rumbling signs of covid nineteen. I think the airport I was at in Hungary actually had a case and they shut the airport down and but then two days later everything just shut down it's amazing how quickly it happened. Just. Tennis tennis is back and it came back with a tennis way because I think the first day of qualifying in Palermo ended gone to am in the morning. kind of like we're doing this again. Given there's no crowds to worry about a no corporate lunches to around the there is no excuse for that is the because he can stop playing at eight am. And you can play on his you can play on his many courses is as you want or need to I mean how how it is? So tennis is it like comfortingly reassuringly tennis. is finishing yeah but also stupid. We stopped terriers and your we. When you didn't go to the airport because Indian Wells was canceled. You had a fully packed suitcase. State fully packed for some time. What is status? Is still my bedroom floor it hasn't been unpacked is had items removed from I would describe it now as haw full. Because Yeah I've removed you know the old parachutes. Only items only items with an elasticated waste obviously because lockdown But yes, all items with an elasticated waste have been removed from it. And all items which you might have to wear a Nike shoe with awesome accessories they remain in the case. Keeping most of. My bedroom floor. I said I said I would leave it the like Tracy unmade beds for the duration of Tennessee's absence and I'm a woman of my word five months. Yup. There's no. Mouse. No no mouth. Remembering the mouse, the other day and thinking was that dream It was that feels like a different lifetime. The masses in the suitcase I know why inspect that regularly? Don't you don't joke about that because that is that is those are the dark thoughts 'cause my mind when I'm trying to get to sleep. So. Yes. My suitcase remains on unpacked a spouse. Now I should probably technically go to unpack it this afternoon before three PM, which is when right the main draw of Paloma starts in the UK. Literally part of the Furniture Knob? Yes. Okay. I will. I will consider that we WANNA pitch empty. I mean that will just be a pitch of an MTC case day K. Okay, sure and case with just a mouse corpse at the Boscovich. It's It's the content that everyone's waiting for you. Welcome. Seven terms of tennis. News from this week, there's been no sort of big bombshell news. The deadline of the thirty first of July has been put. On the US Open confirming. Wants him four whether or not? It was going ahead? We haven't had that sort of concrete hundred percent confirmation. From the US Open from everything we're hearing as much as the little concerned around a concern around everything we're hearing suggests that with a heck of a lot of regulations in place in and details of those those rules and regulations have been. Leaking sporadically of the last couple of weeks, it will be going ahead. I mean seems to me that the only outstanding detailed in terms of it being categoric is. The quarantine situation on reentering the you and I think I mean in some ways that is I don't know whether that might even be made easier by the fact that it sounds like Madrid isn't going to happen anymore in this is not quite such a rush to get back to to Europe in order to play the very next event.
Venus Williams - Game Changer
"Hello everyone can t the tennis podcast day. Eleven of Wimbledon relived would have been women's Semifinals Day Wimbledon and would probably have been under the reef because looking out of my window in Putney, which is a? Mile and a half ish down the road from us, W nineteen is in miserable. Say That's great. Thank you, British weather for making some twenty twenty. Just that little bit extra great. But not to worry because. David Matt to talk tennis with. Seven hundred episodes David you just told me. We actually can mark a milestone because we've remembered it before recording rather than fully seconds off the recording. Yeah, we! We've celebrated five hundred, six, hundred one in the past. So yeah I'm fin quite proud. You know it. It draws me when you say it's women's semifinal state today because I'd kind of I'd forgotten that in as much as I'm so used to now talking about classic matches with you both watching them. We've just watched another one to the BBC of. Matches on every day that they're showing Wimbledon doing their own stuff online streaming matches, which is the one good thing I take from this whole period is the suddenly. The vast archive is just being. Put out there for everybody to enjoy, but I had forgotten. That is still Wimbledon and today would have been women's semifinals, and that makes me quite sad, yeah. I, wish I wish I could forget I get the impression that perhaps you haven't forgotten in the optimistic. Every cloud silver lining way that David. I Dunno, I kind of have in a way, I'm just so so invested in what we're doing. The the usual schedule of Wimbledon isn't isn't really in my mind so much. Just me then okay. Trip back to two thousand and five when. Storm strong was winning his seventh consecutive Tour de France title. Yup? The three hundred eighty made its first flight at the live eight concerts. Good friend of mine went to live eight in Hyde Park and she says it was mostly great until sting came on early evening when everyone was pissed in party made and some new material. Juno live eight is when I discovered pink Floyd and realized I two thousand. David Luiz discovered. It's. Matt's now. Sort of got me to to realize that I actually need to listen to albums full of Bruce springsteen and not just judge. We. Born in the USA. Correct. Correct get on that David's It was also the year that Britain implemented. The civil partnerships axe to include same-sex partnerships. It was the year that London won the rights to host the twenty twelve Olympics. And the xbox three sixty was released Oh and Pope John Paul the second died. There's a few. We've already done it two thousand and five much at the French. Open say these are these events that we didn't mention I around, so that was T-, thousand five I was working. My First Wimbledon as an employee I was a bull store assistant. Under the employees of one Derek Dimmer? Who was the head of the bull store at Wimbledon in done that job with his wife? Centuries I think. It was it was a job. which largely comprised heavy lifting and I loved it I couldn't believe my luck that I was working Wimbledon, even they. My primary job was lifting boxes of tennis balls and wandering around the orange practice with bin bag, asking players and coaches. If I could collect, they used balls of the practice, so they could be resolved to charity. I thought that was the best job in the world and I could not believe my luck and I went back the next year as as head bull. Store Assistant I was GONNA. Say You assumed to be promoted? Yeah, that was my first promotion and that I was GONNA. Ask You if you did a good job with whether you got a good review. Turns ends. It did I mean there's not? Much that can go wrong with putting balls and have been bank. But it didn't go wrong, and honestly I just. I thought asking asking. Tim Henman if he was finished with these tennis. Balls are just so. That was the coolest thing in the world. I thought I was the coolest person in the world getting to do that job.
Caravan of migrants reaches US border, await Border Patrol processing
"Sure kim jong un is watching very carefully what president trump does in iran david tonight martha thank you closer to home tonight and the showdown on the us border that caravan of men women and children from central america arriving at a us border post the question tonight what happens next abc's chief national correspondent matt gut men on the border tonight tonight that standoff but the mexican border intensifying some scaling to the top of this border fence customs and border patrol claiming some migrants have now illegally entered the us they had made the two thousand mile month long trek from southern mexico on buses train and on foot murray martinez said her family of nine has been pursued by the gang ms thirteen may he goes you told me if i stay in my country be killed president trump repeatedly warning the migrants should not be allowed into the us are you watching that mess that's going on right now with the caravan coming up but the migrants here say they won't give up gave it by far the longest part of the journey for any asylum seeker happens with they're actually in the united states and that's the process of being granted or seeking asylum it can take years and in hinges upon something called a credible freddie interview basically these migrants have to prove that they face persecution if they are sent back home and a majority of them are sent home david matt government on the border forest tonight thank you mad and there were also developments in that serial killer investigation in california investigators tonight on why they believe that former police officer allegedly went on a reign of terror joseph di angelo of course behind bars tonight authorities believe he committed twelve murderers more than fifty rapes in tonight right here what might have fueled his rage.