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"dingley" Discussed on The Better

The Better

04:40 min | Last month

"dingley" Discussed on The Better

"He is described. Where legal you know. Precedent is being set and that really. It cybersecurity is not on different from the automobile industry of late twenties thirties liability laws being written daily as we speak and there is going to be. If you don't pay attention to they'll hip and you know the requirements accordingly and it and cyber bolt play a major role warning dingley. You gotta protect your data. You gotta be able to do so from an administrative physical security and technical spirited standpoint and again it can't be all upon your shoulders in regards to ask questions you have to be able to have a a monthly visit And that's where that so comes back in. She's in information security officer identity You don't have the money. Many healthcare practices don't have the money to hire their own ersan for this role. Therefore it provider should be doing and if they're doing it properly visiting the hippo and and you know compliance accordingly in cages alteration sportingly then. You can feel much more secure in at night resting knowing that you've being a okay. And now chris. What are kind of the big from protection information protection sample. What are the big things. The health care folks to be concerned about. I know you and i spoke earlier last week about some of the breaches that have taken place in of the royal nansha implications and even legal implications of not having that squared away. Why don't you talk to us a little bit about that. Sure in the thanks again for that question to it. I think that's one way or healthcare providers really need to make sure they kind of understand an petitions and what that means to your business 'cause you know especially in twenty twenty you know. It was a very tough year for everybody starts screaming perspective and that had to do with the fact that a lot of people were working from home which in turn just th. There's more vulnerabilities to that. If you look at the idea and twenty twenty data breach report. the costliest hit industry last year was healthcare The average cost per data. Breach was seven point. One three million dollars And another big part of that is because health care. Organizations are subject to kinda more rigorous you know regulatory requirements and..

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"dingley" Discussed on AFTA THOUGHT

AFTA THOUGHT

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"dingley" Discussed on AFTA THOUGHT

"My body completely failed on me the moment that i realized. I need to leave corporate. I need to make these transition. I was actually. I remember i was in my kitchen Always and i am like working on something. I was actually sending an nba to one of the people that i am now. Working the formulations agreements with and. I'm like you know. I've been always very good at prioritizing doing those things that i know that i can have the biggest impact in my next few days right so obviously the fact i wanted to to have the greatest impression on this alas. She's very quick. She gets her stuff done so the nba is being returned in five minutes. After right in. And i'm already noticing that my body's failing on me. But i'm like wait a minute you need to send that nba before your body. Ills on new. That's that's how i felt. I see that my fingers my my fingers. I like i feel tingling sensation that he's already coming from my chest. So the chaz already like like. I had a ton of brakes on my chest. And it's tingling and then the tinguely's in station comes out from the chest all the way down all the way down through by shoulders and arms any just answer might fingers in. It was almost like that dingley's in station. Was what what what was making my body. Stop rice it. Started into fingers income..

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"dingley" Discussed on Seis e Um

Seis e Um

04:15 min | 3 months ago

"dingley" Discussed on Seis e Um

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"dingley" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

Mouse and Weens

05:36 min | 9 months ago

"dingley" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

"You take him in and step closer. He steps closer to you. The world's swirls into a maddening fed of your heart in your ears in your head. You re chat he touches your hand he pulls you in. He stared into each other's eyes. When second and then your lips touch and the warmth grows over face and down your concern abroad. You've just entered this magical world where it's just you and have turtleneck in the heat of your lips and you finally break and look up and there is the mistletoe christmas and then he says it was all yellow turtleneck by this point is all the way up to the base of his. Is kimberly seen growing up and down up and down my turtleneck. Just kind of big and hot cure sox rolling up all your kid. You just got yourself excited. No trees hallmark moment in romance mark. I do. I need to pay to ninety nine somewhere in the us. It was your duty so fine. Oh let's see okay. That was weird. Felt weird weird. I'm sorry i apologize. That is not having kids. This is your mommy's speaking. I normally do that. It was uncomfortable but pretend like it wasn't here. I'm sorry a couple of times. I looked at my phone. You did learn. I can't even keep your attention in a sexual kiss was getting weird. You my sister. I'm glad you had a moment. You terry gross sexual nerd thing. Paul from cleveland over there luebbe dob. Sorry take that out. So i mean this christmas. You guys oh really. This is about the christmas spirit. It's about gentle kind mistletoe. I love you weans. I think you're great. You're the perfect part of the recipe that everyone needs for their christmas. Thanks stick me in your stuff to cleaner stopping and in your stocking me. That's what i meant to say. Put me in your stocking this christmas. I'm six foot one. But i'm off fun. Merry christmas happy kearns Happy hannukah holidays. Everybody we love you. Thank you for listening. Thanks to our patrons and thank you to our sponsors and a happy new year. You guys we're going to have fun. With w what whatever campus we have we two more episodes than we're at one hundred so we'll we'll see then guys hang on listen to all of our back stuff and get ready for a big one hundred coming soon. Listen to my song. A little jerks. I love you yeah. Merry christmas. happy holidays right. Now is in the snow in idaho. Some hey dreaming this bro. Who wore a snowflake sweater it. She loves christmas party. More drunk employees will zero there. Wang's she'll drink in. Hit the dance floor and waiver are tang the dingley depot way this deal. Ride.

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Passenger allegedly tried to storm cockpit, attacked flight attendant and police

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Passenger allegedly tried to storm cockpit, attacked flight attendant and police

"An unruly passenger on a flight from Dallas to Newark New Jersey last week viciously attacked a flight attendant and tried to push his way into the cockpit NBC four New York reports once the plane was on the ground in New York twenty eight year old Matthew Dingley charged in a group of Port Authority police officers shoving one of them down the plane stairs where he broke four ribs six officers were injured in the scuffle Dingley of New York faces numerous charges including aggravated

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Passenger allegedly tried to storm cockpit, attacked flight attendant and police

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Passenger allegedly tried to storm cockpit, attacked flight attendant and police

"A man is being held after causing trouble on a flight Friday night I don't really passenger cause chaos on board a commuter flight United express flight forty nine sixty five took off from Dulles airport outside Washington DC last night headed to work you Jersey just before landing man charged the cockpit and then attacked the flight attendant who tried to stop them ultimately passengers subdued him Matthew Dingley was arrested and faces multiple charges including assault and resisting

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Unruly Passenger on Newark-Bound Flight Barrels Into Cockpit Door, Beats Attendant

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Unruly Passenger on Newark-Bound Flight Barrels Into Cockpit Door, Beats Attendant

"A man is being held after causing trouble on off like Friday night I don't really passenger cause chaos on board a commuter flight United express flight forty nine sixty five took off from Dulles airport outside Washington DC last night headed to work you Jersey just before landing man charged the cockpit and then attacked the flight attendant who tried to stop them ultimately passengers subdued him Matthew Dingley was arrested and faces multiple charges including assault and

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"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Schneider the retirement professor, I'm Noah Dingley. Thanks for joining me Marty. How are you doing great? And I thought we would talk about again today. It's always good point to put out there. When you're seeking a financial planner. What are some of the best questions you can ask to determine whether they're a good fit for you. Great question, you know, financial planners and advisers tend to specialize in particular. Age bracket or market area. So for example, you know, the bulk of my work now is in the retirement and retirement planning sections, I tend to work with folks, you know, that are closing in on retirement, maybe within five to ten years. And so I'm comfortable in that area. There may be other financial advisers at work with young families. Maybe they specialize in education planning for kids or grandkids. God, there's may specialize in estate planning exclusively. So specialty areas are very typical in the financial advising community. So you wanna find out when you interview somebody what what is their specialty area too? They have special expertise in an area. So that's important. Biggest thing, of course, you want to find out if you're working with the fiduciary xactly, a commission, salesmen difference there is and it doesn't mean to say that there are in good advisors on both sides of the compensation. I'll, but as you know. Prefer to go the fiduciary route where we're hill to always act in the best interest of the client, and it's not a transaction based business, which is the typical brokerage world, but that's on a commission basis, and we're on a fee for management basis. It takes away a conflict of interest that I think is really significant as clients might consider different advisors. And then lastly, no, you wanna find out the fee schedule. How does your adviser make a living? How are they paid? What's it gonna cost you whether the fees and every account so that you're absolutely sure and clear, and there's no surprises and that has to be revealed and disclosed and disgust. And so experience background time in grade specialty area fee structure fiduciary or not those are some of the very serious questions that you'd wanna get cleared up before you would hire any financial professional and the fee schedule to that's a great thing to talk about because depending on whether you're with a fiduciary or. Again on the other side that can be a little bit different. Can and people often forget how significant the impact of fees is over fifteen twenty year investment horizon. You know, you're talking about one percent for that period of time. It does add up and it does make a difference. And and you also want to find out the style of how the money's managed. They is protected are these risk averse is market risk. Call of those really have to be cleared up in understood before you engage anybody professionally so take this and gather your financial questions if you're looking for a great fiduciary financial planner come on into Marty Schneider mission valley office for a free consultation. And it is just that absolutely free. If Marty is a great fit for you, one eight hundred.

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"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Schneider the retirement professor, I'm Noah Dingley. Thanks for joining me Marty. How are you doing great? And I thought we would talk about again today. It's always good point to put out there. When you're seeking a financial planner. What are some of the best questions you can ask to determine whether they're a good fit for you. Great question, you know, financial planners and advisers tend to specialize in particular. Bracket or market area. So for example, you know, the bulk of my work now is in the retirement and retirement planning section. I tend to work with folks, you know, that are closing in on retirement, maybe within five to ten years. And so I'm comfortable in that area. There may be other financial advisers at work with young or families. Maybe they specialize in education planning for kids or grandkids others may specialize in estate planning exclusively. So in specialty areas are very typical in the financial advising community. So you wanna find out when you interview somebody what what's is their specialty area that they have special expertise in area. So that's important. Biggest thing, of course, you want to find out if you're working with the fiduciary or a commission, salesmen difference there is and it doesn't mean to say that there are in good advisors on both sides of the compensation out. But as you know, I preferred to go the fiduciary rule where do and we're hill to always act in the best interest of the client. And it's a not a transaction based. In the business, which is the typical brokerage world, but that's on a commission basis, and we're on a fee for management basis. It takes away a conflict of interest that I think is really significant as clients might consider different advisors. And then lastly, no, you wanna find out the fee schedule. How does your adviser make a living? How are they paid? What's it gonna cost you what are the fees every account? So that you're absolutely sure and clear, and there's no surprises, and that has to be revealed and disclosed and discussed and so experience background time in grade specialty area fee structure fiduciary or not those are some of the very serious questions that you wanna get cleared up before you would hire any financial professional and the fee schedule to that's a great thing to talk about because depending on whether you're with a fiduciary or again on the other side that can be a little bit different. Can and people often forget how significant the impact of fees is over fifteen twenty year investment horizon. You know, you're talking about one percent for that period of time. It does add up and. It does make a difference. And you also want to find out the style of how the money's manage the is protected or these risk averse is or market risk. All of those really have to be cleared up and understood before you engage.

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"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Schneider the retirement professor, I'm Noah Dingley. Thanks for joining me Marty. How are you doing great? And I thought we would talk about again today. It's always good point to put out there. When you're seeking a financial planner. What are some of the best questions you can ask to determine whether they're a good fit for you. Great question, you know, financial planners and advisers tend to specialize in a particular. Age bracket or market area. So for example, you know, the bulk of my work now is in the retirement and retirement planning sections. I tend to work with folks, you know, that are closing in on retirement, maybe within five to ten years. And so I'm comfortable in that area. There may be other financial advisers at work with young families. Maybe they specialize in education planning for kids or grandkids others may specialize in state planning exclusively. So specialty areas are very typical in the financial advising community. So you wanna find out when you interview somebody what what's is their specialty area they have special expertise in area. So that's important. Biggest thing, of course, you want to find out if you're working with the fiduciary xactly, a commission, salesmen difference there is and it doesn't mean to say that there aren't good advisors on both sides of the compensation out. But as you know, I've preferred to go the fiduciary route where we're hill to always act in the best interest of the client, and it's not a transaction based. Business which is the typical brokerage world, but that's on a commission basis, and we're on a fee for management basis. It takes away a conflict of interest that I think is really significant as clients might consider different advisors. And then lastly, no, you wanna find out the fee schedule. How does your adviser make a living? How are they paid? What's it gonna cost you what are the fees in every account? So that you're absolutely sure and clear, and there's no surprises and that has to be revealed and disclosed in disgust. And so experienced background time in grade specialty area fee structure fiduciary or not those are some of the very serious questions that you'd want to get cleared up before you had hire any financial professional and the fee schedule to that's a great thing to talk about because depending on whether you're with a fiduciary or again on the other side that can be a little bit different. We can and people often forget how significant the impact of fees is over fifteen twenty year investment horizon. You know, you're talking about one percent for that period of time. It does add up and. It does make a difference. And and you also want to find out the style of how the money's manager. They is protected are these risk averse is market risk. All of those really have to be cleared up and understood before you engage anybody professionally so take this and gather your financial questions if you're looking for a great fiduciary financial planner come on into Marty Schneider mission valley office for a free consultation. And it is just that -absolutely freezing. If Marty's a great fit for you, one eight hundred seventy.

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"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Com mardi we're back on the Monday. Look forward to the show. And thanks for the information. Looking forward to take care talk, you later document or Mardine stay to Noah Dingley here. More coming up. Ninety six point one element seventy. In nineteen fifty-six is father escaped from prison in Hungary, when he was facing life in jail for fighting against communism and the Soviet invasion. His mother escaped at the same time. They fled to the UK. He liked from an early age how to fight the war against fascist communist and Nazi it became an expert in fighting terrorists wrote the book why we fight joined the Trump team of White House staff in twenty seventeen now and twenty nine nineteen. He takes this battle to a national radio platform. This is America first with some best in Gorka. Welcome to the new age. Fissile friends..

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"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Schneider the retirement professor, I'm Noah Dingley. Thanks for joining me Marty. How are you doing great? Thank you. Happy friday. Happy Friday to you. And I thought we would talk about again today. It's always good point to put out there. When you're seeking a financial planner. What are some of the best questions you can ask to determine whether they're good fit for you. Great question, you know, financial planners and advisers tend to kind of specialize in a particular age bracket or market area. So for example, you know, the bulk of my work now is in retirement and retirement planning sections, I tend to work with folks, you know, that are closing in on retirement, maybe within five to ten years. And so I'm comfortable in that area. There may be. The other financial advisers at work with young or families. Maybe they specialize in education planning for kids or grandkids others may specialize in estate planning exclusively. So specialty areas are very typical in the financial advising community. So you wanna find out when you interview somebody what what is their specialty area that they have special expertise in area. So that's important. Biggest thing, of course, you want to find out if you're working with the fiduciary exactly or a commission salesmen difference there is and it doesn't mean to say that there are in good advisors on both sides of the compensation. I'll, but as you know, I prefer to go the fiduciary route where do we're hill to, you know, always act in the best interest of the client, and it's not a transaction based business, which is the typical brokerage world, but that's on a commission basis, and we're on a fee for management basis. So it takes away a conflict. Of interest that I think is really significant as clients might consider different advisors. And then lastly, no, you wanna find out the fee schedule. How does your adviser make a living Howard? They paid. What's it gonna cost you what are the fees in every account? So that you're absolutely sure and clear, and there's no surprises and that has to be revealed and disclosed in disgust. And so experienced background time in grade specialty area fee structure fiduciary or not those are some of the very serious questions that you want to get cleared up before you would hire any financial professional and the fee schedule to that's a great thing to talk about because depending on whether you're with the fiduciary or again on the other side that can be a little bit different. I can and people often forget how significant the impact of fees is over fifteen twenty year investment horizon. You're talking about one percent for that period of time. It does add up, and and it does make a difference in and. You also want to find out the style of how the money's managed. The is it protected are these risk averse is market risk. All of those really have to be cleared up in understood before you engage anybody.

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"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"With the one. The only Marty Schneider the retirement professor, I'm Noah Dingley Marty. How are you? Hey, no. We're doing great to be with you. Glad to be with you as always. Well, I know things can be confusing when we're talking about our MD's, which is required. Minimum distributions. Let's talk about that just a little bit. Yes. So the tax code mandates that in the calendar year. No that people turn age seventy and a half they have to start taking out distributions from those pre-tax traditional retirement funds like in a traditional I arisen traditional 4._0._1._K's, unless they're still working, by the way. But if it's a Roth account, then there is no required distribution. There's no tax do. So this is the way that the IRS is kind of makes you start drawing down some of those funds. And so that they can tax them and ultimate. That's the that's the goal. You have to start pulling him out. So the IRS can get in your wallet a little bit on that. And that happens. Now, what's tricky about? This is it happens in the calendar year that you turned seventy and a half, many people think it's the year that you turned seventy but it's actually seventy and a half. So the significance of that is say if you're a birthday, and you turn seventy say in, you know, November you're not seventy and a half until the following calendar year after you cross into the next calendar year. So that would be your our MD or so it's not seventy it really depends on the month of your birthday. If you're born in the first six months of the year, then you are both seventy and seventy and a half in the same calendar year. But if you're born in the latter half of the year, then it does throw you into the next calendar year. So that's where people sometimes get confused as to win. They have to take that first required distribution. Are there any penalties mardi 'cause I know you just mentioned specifically the holes the difference between seventy and seventy and a half thing are there penalties if you. Turn it on too early. No, no, no penalties. If you take it as long as you're fifty nine and a half years of age. There's no penalties to take money out of your IRA or 4._0._1._K it is taxable. Of course. So no penalties involved. But Noah, there's a huge penalty. If you don't take your required distribution, and it is fifty percent. Wow. What you should have taken. It is the most severe penalty in the tax code. So when it comes our MD time when you turn seventy and a half you've got to get out that minimum distribution or the penalty is fifty percent. So it's very very serious and got to pay attention to that detail real quick question before we end the segment here Marty. But if you are accruing the penalty, if you know if it nabs your any way to roll that back or wants the penalty is in place. It's you're out of luck. You're out of luck for that year. You can try the mea culpa with the IRS and say gosh, I didn't know about this. And maybe they'll be gracious with you one time, but most of the time it depends on the mood of the IRS. And it's not a great bet. You're probably just going to have to suck it up and pay that penalty for the first time all the more reason why you talked about financial planner because you guys know these things in some of these things are not common knowledge. No, they're not. And and not only are they not common knowledge. No. But there's a lot of misinformation that people think they understand these issues. But in fact, they don't get the technicality. So gotta gotta be careful there. Now, if you want to be careful starting right now, especially when it comes to our MD's want..

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"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Mardi have a great day. And we will see you a little bit later on look forward to have a good one Bye-bye you too, sir. Stay tuned. There's more coming up. I'm Noah Dingley. Ninety six point one AM eleven seventy the answer. In nineteen fifty-six is father escaped from prison and hungry when he was facing life in jail for fighting against communism and the Soviet invasion. His mother escaped at the same time. They fled to the UK. He learned from an early age how to fight the war against fascist communists and Nazis. It became on expert in fighting terrorists wrote the book why we fight joined the Trump team from the White House staff in two thousand seventeen and twenty nine hundred takes this battle to a national radio. This is America. First with some bastion, Gorka. Welcome to the new age. Shit. Whoa. Twelve. People who say their Republicans.

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"dingley" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"Gretchen it is time for demerits and gold stars. You're up this week with a happiness demerits. Yes. This is sort of like cobbler's children going unshod or physician heal. They self like I've been saying you like, oh, I'm going to come to Los Angeles. And we're going to clean your office. And it's going to be amazing. But then I look on my own office. I thought you know, what I need to do some work right here. You know? Oh, that's funny. Yeah. No, I went through my shelves. And I was like stuff is distorted to pile up like things just gather and stay there and clog up the system unless you're pretty ruthless. And so I realized that I was getting very fired up to help you clear clutter, and I needed to clear my own clutter for so spent a lot of time in my office. Now, it's feeling much lighter and less burden with junk. Well, it makes me feel better that like you all. Also have clutter gather. It's not just me, you it happens to the master. It happens all the time. It's not something that you can just do and be done. It's something it's gotta be a habit because maintenance, it's maintenance, exactly. So what's your gold star take us up? All right. Well, I am giving a gold star to Jack's teacher MRs Herrington because she did something that I thought was so great. So we had gotten a notice from the school saying, hey, it's time for mid term progress reports, but you'll only get a progress report if something is wrong if you hear nothing just assume all as well. But then MRs Harrington went out of her way to write Jack, a really great progress. The nice, so we got a progress report the mail, I thought, oh, no something's wrong. We got a progress report. But in fact, she'd gone out of her way to talk about all the progress. He's made Dingley resembled to read it to him. It made him feel great because he said to work really hard third grade. He's not. Like a walk in the park. And it was just I thought what a great teacher to say. Like, even though I could save myself time, and I go out on my way for a student. I just really appreciate it, which I did Email her and tell her so she knows when people are really trying harder. It's so reassuring and satisfying. When somebody's like, hey, I see that you're working hard. And it's really paying off like to get that recognition. What a great teacher. Yeah. She's wonderful. And that is it for this upset of happier. Remember to try this at home try spending time with each member of your family individually. Let us know if you tried it. And if it worked for you, thank you are executive producer Chuck Reed, and our engineer, Bob tablet, or thank you to everyone at cadence thirteen get in touch Gretchen on Twitter at Richard Rubin..

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"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"The retirement. Professor. Welcome to another daily chat with Marty. Schneider the retirement professor, I'm Noah Dingley. Thanks for joining me. And as you've just recently heard up in a way, indeed, the stock market is on fire and the major index up over five hundred Marty what is going on, my friend. Well, apparently. Yeah. Really good day. No, a Dow up at the moment, and we're not closed yet. So, you know, we've got about another hour of trading left Kingston happening yet things can happen. But at the moment, the Dow Jones average is up a little over five hundred Dan, Dan, NASDAQ up nicely SMP up all the index is up about two percent right now at the moment, which is a huge huge day. So the big news was that the fed came out with their report on interest rates. They're going to hold rates. Steady. And they indicated that they're going to be very patient on any future rate hikes. That was one of the two big headwinds now that this market has been facing for really the last year or so I she know last year the fed did bump interest rates four times. And they've talked about you know, two to four times this year. But today's guidance from the chairman Mr Powell indicated that they're going to be very very cautious. And as a result of that the market just took off, you know, the the market just like it when interest rates don't go up because when interest rates go up with the cost of borrowing for corporations and individuals goes up. So it does make the cost of money a little bit more expensive in when the cost of money goes up that usually hurts balance-sheets hurts earnings reports because any outstanding loans or companies are retooling, and, you know, building new plants, etc. They've got a finance that. So that's. Really what's going on? And then when they get the new when the market gets the news at interest rates are not likely to hit up at least not rapidly. This is what you get you get a big a big by day today. And so so the buyers are out in the markets are up really really nicely. We'll see where it closes today. But at least for the moment knocking on the door of a really excellent day. And you know, what markets are unpredictable, but it sounds like with what is going on politically that even if it's not a five hundred that it is going to finish strong today. I mean, that's kind of reasonably. I think in the future for how we're gonna close today Marty. Yeah. Yeah. Something absolutely tragic and shocking would have to happen balanced. Our exactly go the other way. But it doesn't appear that that will be the case. So yeah, you're right now it's going to be a really good day. And that's important. You know, the other big headwind, of course, is the US China tariff situation, and so US and Chinese representatives. Are speaking this week in meeting this week? It's been a tough negotiation. But it's on and if we were to ever get some good news out of that conversation. That would also have a very positive effect on the market. So all of these things are impacting, you know, how people make decisions and how they plan. You know, what degree of risk? They're willing or unwilling to take. And so these are issues that become really important. Well, if you want to talk about these important issues about how they affect your financial portfolio..

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"dingley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The real schedule. Fool workweek, but hope you're wakes off to a good start. Now. I guess we could say big Ed call dead last night. He said Clemson, and I reacted somewhat surprise you really. I think this is their year's leave. Okay. Well, he's he was right. My is no one saw that coming. Did. They. If I was a betting man, I'm thinking when we open the phone lines up or monkey gouge might be the first guy out of the box. I guarantee he's up partaking in the celebration for his Clemson Tigers. And what do you think the what are the odds that will hear from plow boy at all tonight? Ooh. Slim to none. I'm not sure. But I guess you gotta tip the hat. You know, credit credit is due. It was the tech. It was the two best teams in college football two teams with fourteen our records. And there could only be one winner on any given week in Clemson comes out on top. But reselling Dingley they put a big explanation point on that national championship. So for the Clemson Tigers and the Tigers fans which to some extent through much of the regular season. They they were just kinda running under the radar but winning week after week after week and most thought well at some point they're they're gonna fumble up here. They're gonna foul it up. There's no, but Nope. All the way fifteen and oh record for the Clemson Tigers. So there you go well underway on a Tuesday will typically start things off with art travelers weather.

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"dingley" Discussed on iMore

iMore

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on iMore

"I mean both on both sides like there's no way that just you are I or anybody just reading. Dingley's these things could know for sure which person is telling the truth in which person is lying you, everything that you're saying makes complete sense that get with these major companies getting caught in a lie would be detrimental to them. Right. Is never the climate's always the cover. That's what verts you. Yeah, but think about this. If Bloomberg if everyone thinks that Bloomberg lied, it's just a bit of like, you know, of course they lied fake news and that's about it. They the company doesn't go under like Bloomberg continues to exist. So should say there is a third angle just because it's my play into that the third angle, let's more Bloomberg gloomier got it wrong. The big earnestly believe this is true, and they could just have bad sourcing where they might. They might have secondary sources who misunderstood or they might misunderstand what their sources told him. The third angle is that this is manipulation the same way. They manipulate markets by saying the iphone is not selling, so they go in short, the stock, some people believe that because we're in a trade dispute and. Because we're in an intelligence war with China, that it is in the best interest of some people. If there is a men's pressure put on companies to repatriate manufacturing to take control over electoral property in that that might play into, that's really tinfoil hat conspiracy theory to me, but you never can discount entirely people pushing agendas. And that's exactly as as conspiracy has. That sounds like because this is so polarizing on both ends that it you have to start considering these things that normally you would say are that's just ridiculous. Nobody that that no way, but to to kind of go back to my point of the. It also kind of aligns with what you're saying here is that if a major corporation like apple or Amazon were to have, if it were to come out that they at some point head hardware, things that were hardware that was hacked in their in their system in their service. It could be detrimental to that company at could be detrimental to the US economy. Just like what you're saying like this idea that you know, people say that the iphone isn't doing well in the stock market. Plummets. Imagine if everyone in the country thought that apple and Amazon were were using hacked hardware that there was nothing they could do about in no matter what that particular statement isn't true. But that doesn't mean that there's not thousands of people who would start questioning that in thinking that that was true in the detriment to those companies and the detriment to the entire Konami at large could be negatively affected, whereas accusing Bloomberg of just getting it wrong isn't as dangerous as. Is finding out that this information is actually true. Here's where confuses me and Mike confuses you too..

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"dingley" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I'm market werman a professor and shanghai studies america and its president so wait trump conduct business is impulsive and not strategic anything that could cause problems in the years ahead if i really hate america i would hope he would continue watching america from china that's still ahead here on the world i'm marco werman and you're with the world where a co production of the bbc world service pri and w h here in boston shunting lee has been fascinated with the united states since he was about ten years old nowadays shun is a professor at the center for american studies at fudan university in shanghai china essentially he's an america watcher as shunned describes it himself his job is to understand america interpret china and move the relationship between the two countries in a constructive way our regular contributor isaac stone fish has known professor shot for some time and he recently sat down with them to ask what it's like to watch the us in the era of trump i met him i think ten years ago at a us china conference and the chinese side likes to trot out there more acceptable to foreigners america watchers people who speak very good english people who are more engaging people have policies that are more moderate and arguably less representative than what the ruling chinese communist party actually thinks about america does that mean that there are america watchers in china who you might not meet who have some pretty critical things to say i think there's a lot of them especially those who are affiliated with the military of the communist party the people's liberation army some of them have very very extreme views but the party apparatus as a whole as a little afraid of those views seeing some international light so they tend to keep those guys away from the foreigners so apparently professorship dingley's job is to quote understand america professionally and interpret china professionally to bridge the two countries to move the relationship in a constructive way so how did all this start for him so he got into it at a very young age when he was young he found this book about contemporary american politics that got him interested i found it in a public library nfl just great just what i want to read so i checked his book out to find it to have an indepth.

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"dingley" Discussed on The Strange and Unusual

The Strange and Unusual

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"dingley" Discussed on The Strange and Unusual

"After his conviction lewis wagner was visited by the governor of maine nelson dingley delay felt the need to be convinced of wagner's guilt as the man's life rested in his very hands quietly lewis wagner would ask the governor do i look like a man who would commit such a crime the governor obviously not as easy to fool as some replied you look to me like a man it got himself into a corner and murdered his way out on june twenty fence eighteen 75 dressed in a shroud he'd where to his grave at black hood was placed over the head of lewis wagner as he stood on the gallows in thomas in maine and news was then placed around his neck and after a declaration of his sentence by the sheriff the trap door was released in soon lewis wagner was no more next to him on the gallows that day sharing the same fate was john true gordon the man who had also wielded an acts as he murdered his brother and family as for tim kolon the other man to commit acts murder in eighteen 73 in the state of maine he would also meet a similar end though the revenge was decidedly swifter and his case after his murder of the sheriff and his deputy cohen was found hiding in a seller of his own home and as she was being transported to jail a mob of men took colon when a sheriff escorting him and hanged him from a tree it is the only recorded lynching in mainz history.

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