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Marcus Ericsson wins 2022 Indianapolis 500 in a two-lap shootout after late red flag
"Survived a late restart to win his first Indianapolis 500 Ericsson grabbed the lead with ten laps to go then battled it out with Pato o'ward and Tony Kanaan after a Jimmy Johnson wreck led to a two lap shootout The only thing that could stop us was a caution and of course that caution came It's not supposed to be easy to win the 500 And those ten minutes sitting there in the pit lane during that red flag was some of the hardest ten minutes of my life probably A war had finished second in Kanaan was third Hole sitter Scott Dixon led nearly half of the 200 laps but a pit lane speeding penalty cost him a chance at the win
Why Real Estate Is a Good Investment in Times of Serious Inflation
"You know, one of the biggest challenges right now is trying to figure out how to safeguard your money. In other words, what do you do given inflation is so rampant? The world is clearly a much crazier, dangerous place, and one of the things that people keep coming back to and that you hear over and over and over again from some of the brightest minds in investing is real estate. Which is great, so long as you have the time to write like manage your real estate. Well, what if you could actually do this through an investing vehicle? Through a private equity investing vehicle. How does that work? What might the returns look like? We're going to get into all of that today with my friend Charlie dombeck, who's joining us again from key city capital, but before we do, I got to just say, you know, Charlie, welcome. I'm looking at some of this data that's come in, and there's been some serious rent increases, which makes total sense to me, right? Total sense, given the inflation that we've seen in our economy, and also total sense, given the sort of exodus out of some of these very high tax states, but walk us through what's going on because that actually as I look at this a lot of these are markets that you guys are invested in. Yeah, it's been inflation, inflation inflation, and inflation has not escaped the multi-family residential rental market. And the statistics for 2021 came out last week. And they're actually quite surprising the rate of inflation in rental real estate is higher than the actual CPI, which is pushing 8% right now. And what's interesting is, overall, rental rate increases approach 13 and a half percent annually last year across the nation. But like any measure there are market set performed rather poorly and there are some markets and some areas that performed exceptionally. Well, and guess which ones performed very poorly. Everything in a blue state, right? High tax states, states that defunded the police. Your upper northeast, Boston, Washington, D.C., New York City, Chicago, many markets in California, where upwards of 70% of every dollar you make goes to some sort of social program, including taxation. So we see population shifts out of there. Where did the markets perform best? Well, everything south of the mason Dixon line those sun belt states performed exceptionally well. And in the markets that we serve, which are primarily Texas, Tennessee, and Florida, we saw massive rent increases. In the corridor between Naples and Tampa, it was 35% overall last year. In Memphis, Tennessee, where we have 1264 units, it was 29% in Dallas, Texas, 23%. So if you think about rate of return on an investment, certainly you're not going to get an 18 to 20% rate of return this year like we did the last three or four years. And the S&P 500, but you can find that in multi-family residential real estate.
Daniels helps No. 11 Villanova top No. 9 Providence 76-74
"Eleven Drake Villanova has completed a season sweep of number nine Providence by downing the friars seventy six seventy four Caleb Daniels had a game high twenty points for the Wildcats including eight straight for the Wildcats in the second half be confident just seven of my teammates guys have been making plays the whole game and those are the moments we'll just have to step up and make those plays and us if that's making free though making a shot of getting a rebound in the stop matter what it is that the stuff of my brothers and I was the only thing I wasn't alone Eric Dixon dropped in fifteen points a calling Glaspie fourteen just a man I have buried a three pointer with thirty two seconds left that pulled Providence within sixty nine sixty eight Jerry Bynum had a team high nineteen points for the big east regular season champs on the ferry
Dixon scores 24, No. 12 Villanova beats No. 17 UConn 85-74
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Lewis buries late 3 to send Marquette past Villanova 57-54
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No. 14 Villanova hits 12 3s in 82-42 romp over Butler
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Creighton finishes strong, knocks off No. 9 Villanova 79-59
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"dixon" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Dixon who has fifty one career wins. Third all time only people ahead of him. Aj foyt and mario andretti. It's got when you were a kid. Young kids starting to drive. And then i tell you years later you're going to be in the company of aj. Foyt in mario andretti. What would you said then. I probably would have said you're crazy you know. It's it's definitely been a crazy journey..
"dixon" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"I'm never going to believe that either. Can't even go five minutes anyway. So sorry about that. Olivia you learn about frac plugs through youtube and then eventually made it to gladiator. So let's brands that portion of the story of so i actually met Of eater while i was working for the startup and does complaints. They do okay. Yeah and cloy. Where's that he's louisiana boy. He's my kinfolk. You're you're you're crazy. I was born in the end thibodeau. I didn't know that tabo louisiana right right in the tele boot oh my gosh. that's straight south louisiana. Which which pairs does that cameron la peirce that is throughout the word parish. Because i wanted people to know that. Carry a pair does lend people know that. I'm not flexing your bullets but actually met him working for the start up. I was on my first trip at midland like two weeks in the oilfield and had found out one of the customers that i was trying to meet with was at this adult establishment Having a few adult beverages There at twin peaks and so so going away worse in my blues like now we twin peaks and a adult establishment. I don't know. I think i think you know to each their own but okay. I don't know who listens to your podcast. I don't know what i've never been to twin peaks. Is that like a psych hooters hooters. Oh okay oh kobelco. Yeah okay gotcha gotcha gotcha. Science found out that one of the clients. That i had been trying to meet was there and i was actually on my way flying at like i was on my way uber to fly out and i was like. Ah y'all got go to this twin peaks. Like i need to show them this plug in so i like bargin. They're happier now. Hi my name's love you dixon. I know you don't know me. But i have this rap plug and you have to see it and all the guys were like what here. Let me run you through it in iran that through the whole frac plug whatever and quoi was there and i thought he was part like i didn't know who he was whenever and he was like. What's your name necessary. I'm leah dixon and he said well. I i want you to come work for me one day and this was like two thousand eighteen. I don't know fast forward to the pandemic and I call him. And i was like we ready for meaningful.
How Does William Byron Prep for the Coke 600?
"So how does william byron prepare for the longest race of the nascar season coming up this weekend. I just hydrate differently. You're more throughout the week. Honestly and i think you know the as far as it goes like effort in the car. I think the six hundred is maybe not the highest effort race because of the way the track is. And you know it's not there's not a ton of bump content or content. Maybe to kind of song wheel. Would i'd say atlanta darlington would be harder so no i don't think physically you do much. I think it you know. Eating and hydrating is a little bit different. Because i feel like throughout the race. You need more fluids and then you also need to kind of eat at some point during the race whether it's energy choose or stuff like that. So and what is william that other race going down this weekend. The indianapolis five hundred. I think as i grown appreciation for racing in general. And as i've as i've learned some of the folks over on our garside with You know the training guys us with pit fit. Jim leo they. They trained scott dixon. And some of those guys up there. And i try to get the end of the race as we get ready for the six hundred. Just kind of varies based on timing. But but yeah. I think it's cool. It's really cool. Data to have both of us
"dixon" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Like i felt like i learned some. I love learning also from my subjects and just being around mike seeing genuine energies like really beautiful and they were just so young and just you know it was just. It was such a genuine moment. You know and i felt like You know there their family. They were very like hope. It's going to be in a magazine. Like i just by being a part of communities in my just you know making people happy. I felt like they were happy in you. Know just i. This is gonna be you know. They're dislike well. They were just really excited. And that really transferred over into the images that are created for them and also you know. Those are the stories that i like telling you know that i love being a part of as anything that is about you know imagery and the the narratives of move Arkansas temporaries and our ancestors as well. I feel like there's so much history and stories that have been lost due to non documentation and Appear razor erasure by You know people that didn't want those stories to be told and to be seen so yet that i just felt like i have a great responsibility in that was like one of my most impactful pieces. That meant a lot to me. So yes in this good to Just a habit to take that away from it and you know one of the things that really. I really liked that. You said that you learned from your subject. So that's that's great So the last thing is it really lead me to my shameless plugs. Where can they find you. Align website social media all that. Good stuff okay so you can find me on instagram. That is really the only social media that are used for now and that's diamond. The ex and You can also find me on my website. Www dot had diamond dixon dot com. And just look for any of you know what. I'll be doing in future which is more so Media works in uplift being in honoring a other black artists and that is to come later this year. But thank you. I really appreciate you having me on your form. This is really amazing. And i hope concealing and going and yeah thank you. Thank you audi my son off. And then that'll be that so for dixon. I am probably saying that there's in around baltimore. He's got to look forward..
"dixon" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"But i think it's important to to actually focus on one of the things a couple of things you said. Actually when you're trying to really make that change and it seems that what what you're describing their make some tapeh change have some type of impact. You really have to know where you're focusing your energy townhall might not be the best space if you're trying to really get an answer and you need to be a public forum for this is simple as you can. Just email me back or have a five minute conversation with me. That's both of us time. Ashley like no do enough research to know what you're doing because when you get that time. It's almost like an interview literally lake prepare. Get yourself ready and get yourself sorted and know what you're doing. And i think also would i kind of suspect from what you were saying. Is you kept saying in the hands of people who are nato's hands of people who are baltimoreans. You wanna pay homage and respect for the place. You're in a lot of people. Just come in. And then they kind of ultra in. Let's say they do have the chance to make some impact. Was they go then. The changes that they put in place. It may not be best for the climate community or whatever they are no longer there to really be accountable care about it so it's like if you can connect some people it and sort it. That's that's the real impact. Which role is what your lane is ultimately and that's what that you're applying to how you go about trying to make make make that change there. I have two two more questions. So i i read that your work has been featured in black titi. Excuse me laverty. While my words are terrible blabbity drew and feder hasn't been a project or featured as really stuck out to you and why project or feature. That's really stuck out to me. I'm you wanna know to be honest. It was my first feature with the feder- that's to me. Because i manifest it wrote the into my business plan was like i really want to work for this company at that time and while else's stuck out to music because it really made a lot of great impact like people really enjoyed the image that came from that that story in year one to me. What most impactful pieces That year they said that was like seventy two of their most iconic images that they had Published and valuables for me like. That's what i aim to do like to to photograph and make iconic imagery that will be like remember for times to come so. That was just something that i was like. This is an. I wrote this down. This is n. my you know in my manifestation like dreams like this is what i want at the time so that was like the most impactful also because they were a young twins from baltimore. The story was written by laurence burning and like it was just. It was a very very great peace..
"dixon" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"I'll ask you to do this thing. I would ask people who is the black pop culture representative of baltimore when you think of baltimore. You think of television movies film someone. Has that crossover appeal. Who would it be the has ties to baltimore. Does he have to be a baltimore resident. Really get an answer. Present you talking about like timeless like period fly true. That's an issue. He is straight hair. Is you know. I mean but because like i watch trade here is. I don't know if you know who treat harasses. But she's an actor poet on in many other things. I'm pretty sure like as far as creativity goes. But i watched her from the romantic movement. With jesse bookings absurd you know. And i'm pretty sure she had her outreach to new york and stuff like that. But that's something that i really admire. You know she's an actress as an actor efforts but actress and one of the the movies. I've seen her like acting the in the beginning. It was like a newly weeds and i saw her at the charles theatre. Like you know launching that film and everything or the premier for that. And she's like you know. I feel like we. Also there's there's a lot there should be a union like artists in baltimore for you know for everyone to get together and like you know really figuring out. What is the trajectory you know. And how do we want to be represented is gonna have is that. We can't keep relying so back to what i was saying about lexa market and mike you know being active participants. I know that you can also like they also had like a town hall meeting or something and everything but apple like it's more we make more impact when we just go directly at whoever it is that that's when i you know i got the most you know. Just response back. I'm not about to go rhino city hall meeting. That's for me in particular. Because i felt like i wanna sit down on the one on one you know like..
"dixon" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"That is in the hands of of you know people that really want to see black art live like they wanna see more so the mica are live. You know this wash down. You know our gonna come. Russia has their version of our but our version of art is totally different. And we should. We should have more representation lens. Face super super sanitized. I think i think the other thing. That's there like lex to market right way now. Lex to markets is in that process of being redone at all of that stuff as well as a few of these other historical egg like markets. Right now likes to market has a big ass sign on it that says the world famous likes to market so why i understand the purpose of the rebranded redo because of old and so on right but is are the vendors moving in representative of what's in the city and what the needs of the city are was already world famous right. Let's all of the quote unquote issues that it had their. You know people who are buying drugs people who are on drugs and whatever else. They are claiming the proceeding this rebrand. But it's a version of light this this gentrification and i don't know to which degree in again maybe me to do to research but i'm not as pretty good right. I don't know how many opportunities going to be listed in seen some things for like black vendors or vendors of color and so on but i don't know if they're endearing themselves to providing spaces for artists of color. Hey can you put work up in here. Actually have a comment on that so this was twenty nineteen so it was july or something But i ended up so the the developers that are working on the new lexington market. I ended up having like an instagram post series where abbas like basically letting them know like what the history of the lessons market was and and.
"dixon" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"When my father moved over there he will always come to the city. Because there's nothing to do in the county. I would always in the you know the city trying to find out what's going on here. You know. say the people in the bag. That aren't listening nothing to do in the county. The weird thing i think. Yeah there's nothing to do. I would even say baltimore county. At the time. I was in harford county nothing to do out there. I was like really like what is going on like. So i found a internship in baltimore but before any of that i just i was always like draws a baltimore because i felt like wow. This is space. That is truly creative. I felt like people come there like you said. And they're able to you know create more so than you are in any other her of like this region so even though you can do that in dc but it's not as like on the scale of baltimore in baltimore doesn't get that you know that highlight at all from any any. I mean people. Do people know the people that's from baltimore and that like pass through and you know call baltimore home at this point like they know what you know. The roots in the background of the area Belykh arches felt by aac. From when i was like my first time like really really experience in baltimore on my own was when when i was like eighteen or nineteen like just going out there being on my own and i always had like this like responsibility i was like i feel like i need to do something here. And that's when i started a project called be more. I met when my friends his name is andrew he goes by groovy drew and he introduced me to some people in baltimore and i knew i knew the city wasn't like how everybody s you know. Expose chadha be like you know. This is what the city is like. I just knew that that wasn't it on. A broader scale does not eight and a lot of cities that you know that are black cities you know detroit chicago anywhere brooklyn like a lot of places. Get that like oh this. Isn't you know the place abuse. Or whatever like i don't know i don't want to put too much focus on what people have like. Idealized it to be. But i just knew that stuff that i that i was hearing and i'm pretty sure that other people already too but i just knew that that wasn't true. Like we all have a story to tell so. I started focusing on some people in baltimore. That i love you. Justin and marcus. Maddox and i just wanted to show like a different side of baltimore. Through their eyes on that project it was like it was supposed to be a full length documentary. That's something. I'm still honestly working on to this day on the like dip. The you know the knicks. I just want to like actually be something in the future..
A Diagnostics Company Moves to Developing Precision Cancer Therapies
"Osama. Thanks for joining us. Thank you for having me danny. We're going to talk about four bio therapeutics. Its strategic shift from diagnostics to therapy dixon. Our seeking to build a pipeline of targeted therapies. Perhaps we can start with a little history though. Four was known as novellus deacs until this year. What was the name. Change meant to signal once again. Thanks for having me so let me let me maybe go back a little bit in time to come back to the present As you mentioned. Four prior to a few months ago was novellas novellas diagnostics company based out of jerusalem israel companies. About nine years old. It did start out as a diagnostic company The foundational product here was a functional genomics platform that helped physicians providers and pharma companies. Identify the right drugs for the right patients by looking at very specific molecular profiling by patient Over the years as the company was evolving in that diagnostic business model I think a combination of prior management and the board realized that there was a there was quite a bit of opportunity to think about diagnostics internally and develop diagnostics on their own because we were identifying unaddressed. Patient populations and matching them to therapies That were either being developed or already in the marketplace and so at believe early two thousand nineteen the board and the management team decided to pivot from a diagnostic business vital to therapeutics business model and leveraging the platform started to identify across a number of validated cancer targets unaddressed. Patient populations where there's a high unmet need and where the company could really help bring beneficial therapies to market under this scope in early twenty twenty the company in licenses its product from lexicon. It's a next generation. Be rafted addresses class one and class two mutations And within that again using the platform we have begged clearview into creative trial designs. That target high unmet need populations. These are commercially viable populations
Get Vaxed, Wear a Mask, and Come Fly With Us.
"Welcome to the arab. They're a podcast about the wide world of aviation and aerospace. I'm dominique abreu ellen. Kennedy there's an old nat king cole. Song did i love. The chorus goes straighten up and fly right and this most certainly applies today to how we all should act but flying is an airline passenger allen. We all know that life is an airline passenger in. The twenty first century can be stressful. Health concerns new regulations. Unruly fellow passengers and flight delays can be nerve racking for any traveler. But remember that the pilots and flight attendants are there to get you to your destination safely and everything they do is for your benefit in fact. Did you know that there are federal regulations. Bat actually prohibit passengers from interfering with crew members. Yeah that's right. Violating these regulations can result in hefty fines and we mean hefty all excellent points dominate after years of decline incidents of unruly passengers unfortunately spiked twenty eighteen. And from twenty twenty. Two twenty one. They've had record numbers largely because passengers failed to listen to flight attendants directions about the new mask policy in january. Twenty twenty one. faa administrator. steve. Dixon signed an order directing zero tolerance policy against unruly airline passengers in the wake of recent troubling incidents. Recently we've seen a disturbing increase in incidents where airline passengers have disrupted flights with threatening or violent behavior. These incidents have stemmed both from passengers refusals to wear masks and from recent violence at the us capitol. This dangerous behavior can distract disrupt and threatened crew members safety functions and as a former airline captain. It's extremely concerning to me. And i know it's equally concerning to the airline cockpit and cabin crews whose primary responsibility is to ensure the safety of all passengers.
Pentagon police officer charged with murder for allegedly killing 2
"More details from ABC is Louis Martinez, the off duty pending on police officer claimed he had shot at human after they nearly ran him over after he spotted them, breaking into a car outside his apartment building. But police in Takoma Park, Maryland, say David Hall, Dixon's version of events didn't stack up. They say he opened fire. They're after the danger had passed and that an autopsy showed the victims had been shot in the back Fixing, has now been charged with two counts of second degree murder. In a statement, the Pentagon said Dixon remains on administrative leave pending the results of an internal administrative investigation. We Martinez ABC News, the Pentagon, the Biden administration and the Pentagon and meanwhile
Off-duty Pentagon police officer charged in Maryland shooting that left two dead
"Officer with the Pentagon police charged in the shooting deaths of two men in Maryland. The off duty pending on police officer claimed he had shot it Human after they nearly ran him over after he spotted them, breaking into a car outside his apartment building. But police in Takoma Park, Maryland, say David Hall, Dixon's version of events didn't stack up. They say he opened fire after the danger had passed, and then an autopsy showed the victims had been shot in the back Fixing has now been charged. With two counts of second degree murder. In a statement, the Pentagon said Dixon remains on administrative leave pending the results of an internal administrative investigation. We
Pentagon Police Officer Charged With Murder for Allegedly Killing Two
"Charged in the shooting deaths of two men in Maryland. The off duty pending on police officer claimed he had shot a two men after they nearly ran him over after he spotted them breaking into a car outside his apartment building. But police in Takoma Park, Maryland, say David Hall, Dixon's version of events didn't stack up. They say he opened fire after the danger had passed and that an autopsy showed the victims had been shot in the back Fixing, has now been charged with two counts of second degree murder. In a statement, the Pentagon Addiction remains on administrative leave pending the results of an internal administrative investigation. We Martinez, ABC News, the Pentagon, the
Former Dallas Maverick Shawn Bradley paralyzed after car hit his bike
"Bradley Bradley is is paralyzed paralyzed following following a bicycle accident in January, The former seven FT six Center was riding his bike in ST George, Utah, when he was struck from behind by a car Bradley has undergone and neck fusion surgery, and doctors have told them his road to recovery will be difficult, Doctor. Say Bradley has a traumatic spinal cord injury, and the Mavericks announced today that he had been hospitalized for the past eight weeks. Chad Dixon WBF P.
Texas Rangers to allow full capacity for games at Globe Life Field in Dallas-Fort Worth, masks must be worn
"Rangers game, make sure you grab your mask on the way out the door. As of now, you'll have to wear one. The Rangers making the announcement on the first day the mask mandate had been lifted. However, may be the more interesting decision made by the organization is deciding toe open Globe life field at full capacity. You heard me right? All 40,000 plus seats will be available. Those seating won't be socially distant. You will, however, have to sand six ft apart, going in and out of the ballpark and while waiting in lines at concession stands. Chad Dixon WBF P news right now.
The CHO Cell Line From Reliable Workhorse to State-of-the-art Protein Powerhouse
"Welcome to the cell culture dish. Podcast the joseph line from reliable worse to state of the art protein powerhouse. I'm brandy sergeant editor of the cell culture dish joining me. Today is allen dixon. Professor of biology at the manchester institute of biotechnology university of manchester allen describes himself as a molecular cell biologist who thinks of cells as factories that can be used to manufacture life-changing medicines including protein-based biopharmaceuticals viral vectors and modified cells working with industrial and academic collaborators is developed key advances toward the understanding of how a popped toasties quality control mechanisms and genome localization of recombinant genes can influence the efficiency of choice'll systems. His laboratory were very early. Adopters of the application of olmecs approaches to provide molecular profiling of chou cells. And how such information could be used to direct cell engineering toward improve manufacturing processes alan's contribution to the sector was recognized by the award of the peter done health award in two thousand seventeen in addition to his research. Alan teaches undergraduate and postgraduate levels and has held several senior administrative roles at the university of manchester. Welcome to our podcast. Allan thank you for being with us today. Your group has a very long trajectory in bioprocessing research. And fact you've been working quite closely with the subject of our interviews day. The chinese hamster cell line today show cells are the workhorse for the development and manufacturing a biopharmaceutical products but back in nineteen fifty seven when puck managed to isolate and keeping culture. The first show k. Oneself nobody could anticipate this success. I wanted to ask what you think is so special about. Why has it ended up being so successful. Has a really good question to start with. Brandi one special berkshire well. Actually the survived forty to fifty years of use anita. They started off initially being isolated as i'm cells abuse to study cancer and divide very rapidly and a use for a long time in that context but at the same time people develop mutants that enabled them to be used in selection systems to express proteins. So by that amine being able to use a cell line noca- specific genes. They're able to use those same jeans in a vector cassette so they could use that as a marker to look the uptake of a recumbent gene. You know i think they'll janati of the true l. As because it was a. I have the bus cell line. Many groups were up on the built up. Loss of information about how the cells grew. I attended to be very or should we call a very amenable system to generate further mutations. The game the cells different properties that people could use to their own policies so as a first starting point and then i think also because show south started to be used for production proteins. The then became almost accepted. The products that kim from them went through the fda another regulatory authorities on were approved and consequently they the ease of that approval. Meant the others could follow along and also get that product to put if the us true sales as well so the became established. Now i think that's successful for them in terms of their ability to be used by many different groups to make many different types of proteins so it was a rapid growth large amount of information that was gathered about them. The selection markers it could be couple to vectors and protein expression and in the fight. They got regulatory approval. So i think that's a summary of that area who covers what special but there. Also i mean if you want to call them special. They are the million cells the right sorts of processing for the type of products. That might be used as human therapies. An such that also fitted into the special holiday volume for companies in terms of production. Who cell line.
How Black residents in America's first city to fund reparations proved they were owed
"Early at my childhood. I was invited to have a play date. My white friends never had a play. That so i want to megan's house. The streets were wider. The homes were bigger and brighter. It was obvious that it was the barrier race that kept us from that because the segregation was race spaced even here evanston illinois or proudly liberal suburb of chicago. The barrier and burden of race have long weighed heavy. Like a winter storm. This is alderman for the fifth ward. Robin ru simmons was born and raised in the historically black neighborhood. She represents this community was red. Line historically and that has come along with Damages that continue today resources were stripped away from the black community along with wealth as well. The city's plan to change that reparations. In idea long-debated proposed over one hundred and fifty years ago. I forty acres of land later mule for formerly enslaved people to share the american dream built on their backs for free. Promise long broke until now. This is a historic vote. Evanston is set to become the first. Us city to pay out reparations. A total of ten million dollars starting with increments of up to twenty five thousand dollars per person for housing. I didn't start my electic. Career even discussing reparations rich. I was looking at data. I was looking at what we had done. And reparations was the only answer the only the only the only any more of the same was gonna only at best help us sustain the oppressed state and the disparity that we have only. That's a big word. The only legislative response for us to reconcile the damages in the black community as reparations why housing housing specifically and homeownership is a path to begin to build. Well when you have stable housing you have an opportunity just to breathe and think about what's next. It provides a sense of place in the community where we're largely renters now and we should be owning. We anticipate litigation with the premise that we cannot use tax money. That's from public to benefit. A particular group of people throughout history taxes were used to benefit a certain group of people while others were excluded from that dino robinson is a founder of shorefront an archive dedicated to chronically celebrating. Black life in evanston a richness long undervalued. His documentation going back to the late eighteen hundreds invaluable in measuring the cost of racism. And the need for reparations of members were moving throughout evanston informing. You know pockets in the city of evanston and it caused the white communities are panic. Like what do we do about this. The response to that panic redlining federally sanctioned project assigning market value to neighborhoods a grading system a to d. The d areas usually relegated to the black community. The area d. was always read. This deliberately pushed evanston black families into an area that became the fifth ward. Segregating them from white families sought after property and ultimately wealth. Things were not loan to black families. Real estate agencies would not show you other than fifth ward. That map still is. The map of are concentrated. Black community are disinvestment today. White residents of evidence have nearly double the income in home value of black residents. This racial wealth gap is prevalent nationally. Black-americans possessing less than fifteen percent of the wealth. That white americans have who i am. Nineteen years old. We moved to evanston in nineteen fifty nine black residents who lived through red line again. Their descendants are eligible for reparations. That includes ben gain senior and his son then junior then senior grew up in nineteen twenties dixon kentucky part of the old south the business end of an era most violent weapon against african americans. Jim crow. He landed in evanston here. Jim crow war smile but still inflicted harm on black homebuyers contractor said fan a lot and it. We're in evanston bill. Whatever you will well when he said that he men in black neighborhoods and we still have these same types of problems.
Episode 130: The Doctors are Insane! - burst 11
"I used to love whatever it was like an elementary school. Or junior high. When you'd get the textbooks and somebody. Joe dixon like different people from nine hundred seventy but there is one. I think it was when i was in seventh grade and we had marked the book also like when we had to go like pick up a book. Everyone wanted that book because dick's everywhere and like little bubbles come out of their mouths and one of my favorite cowboy hat. His legs like straddling sitting on a wooden fence. Jane nick in there's little bubble giving them as well and it said drones. i use them. Only i just. I just remember seeing them. And i'm like who would imagine like because the textbooks that we use listen. I grew up in wisconsin in like a small community. Our textbooks or from like the seventies. So there's this older man now at this point what i what. I'm reading this text book. This older man. Who's like you know what i did but i was all over with that. Captured is brilliant. Loved it i. I use them craze. Good i used to love just getting to and the and the cartoon. Dick's are the worst dr because it looks just like a like. What's the in music like the trouble. Cliff club with a line for the head line for the whole bagley with with the worst. Pubic hair. Little mushroom tippy like this little. Yes sprinkled guys are so fucking weird. We're so fucking numbers giggling about it day. We're forty or forty two dixie. Funny they are the love him. I love dick.
"dixon" Discussed on FruitFly
"Yeah I feel the same way too I. think it'd be great if we could have lake, you know some gay cafes or something like that my God like a gay coffee shop like. Flake. Spoken poet will maybe not spoken poetry. Freestyle night or whatever like like. I don't know it's that's the dream. Honestly for Dayton just to have like a safe space that's not you know revolved around sex or bars or alcohol which I get it. That's a huge part of any night and there's lots of people that have their ways of getting over it but I think that establishing. A nine. Group because there could be people that are struggling with alcohol addiction that don't feel like they have an outlet as a gay person to go out. And meet people or have a sense of community. Like an AA group or something and I. Think like I've heard like there's been a couple of groups and stuff I haven't really considered like giving league. The kids together for like maybe like once every month or every other week or something for pizza and game night or like. A movie night or you know playing playing board games and cards something where you're able to build that community and it's not the pressure of like Oh. There's my friend. Let's say Qr you. I'm sorry I met you and I was drunk I don't remember who you are like and. It's for me. That's my dream and I think that coffee shop idea I've actually always had like I'm one of those guys like I just want to open up a queer bookstore coffee shop sort of thing, and like would be so fun to do that. But that's my dream. We should. We should do that I don't. Like Dixon and no one's I don't know like. A wind. Dickson. Josh Allen Dixon Bucks. Actually. Owen Dixon books. Well.
"dixon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Autographed copy of Jeff Dixon's book winning the retirement game you know those are a lot of great steps and we we put him in there because we think these are some of the most critical elements to a retiree today so as a retiree another important consideration is obviously taxes now you've been in the work force for decades so you're probably quite familiar with taxes but there are few things that change when you retire so make sure you take note of these first of all when you turn sixty five the IRS gives you a higher standard deduction so if you're weighing whether it makes more sense to itemize or take the standard deduction consider that and number two if you do itemize the rules on medical deductions change recently so be aware of those updates the last couple years those sixty five of years and older got a tax deduction if their medical bills exceeded seven point five percent of their adjusted gross income that threshold went back up to ten percent starting with the two thousand nineteen tax year you can deduct medical premiums for Medicare part B. and D. plus the cost of supplemental Medicare insurance oftentimes when reviewing tax returns we find this is something that's being messed now too is if your spouse is still working and you're retired they can still contribute sixty five hundred dollars into an IRA depending on their age and if they're the catch appeared they're gonna be able to contribute seven thousand dollars a year currently you can't contribute to a traditional or Roth IRA after age seventy and a half but as we've mentioned recently on the show there is legislation currently on Capitol Hill to abolish this Max age that legislation will also raise the age that you have to take required minimum distributions from seventy and a half to seventy two now pay attention to this deadline regardless of when it is by the time you retire if you miss an armed in this one's really big the penalty is huge it's fifty percent now there's a lot of different pieces in the secure act they're coming our way and is another piece of legislation that's actually gonna change the arm D. table to adjust for people's extended lifetime so we're hoping that that gets through but another piece in the secure act we want to be cautious about it if you pass away they're going to be a limiting what's known as the stretch irate where the beneficiary can stretch the IRA and the distributions over their life expectancy they're gonna change that to only be able to take it out over a five year time period you can imagine the tax liability that would be incurred by the beneficiaries in the situation keep in mind that is not a bill that is passed yet but it is something we're watching and we would expect soon so at this point we're still keeping these numbers S. seventy and a half is when those are Indies will begin so we do calculate arm days for all of our clients we make sure that they take them so if you're nearing age seventy and you've not planned for your required minimum distribution be sure to call and schedule a visit with us eight five five five phone seven three eight four yeah David is a great point I just had a client in my office last week who had an inherited IRA and they didn't realize they had to take required minimum distributions from it it's been five years since their father passed away and they've never taken a distribution while so they're going to get hit with that penalty on all those dollars because they just didn't know thankfully the came into CS were able to get caught up and we actually had our CPA dean step right a letter to the IRS to actually get them to avoid those taxes and apologize for it and they forgave it and they let them actually move forward without having to pay those taxes over that penalty so it's another important part for you coming to see us that we want to make sure that if you haven't heard IRA that when you're taking a requirement distributions or we figure out a way to try to avoid the penalty if possible that's why it's so important to have a professional that's helping you keep an eye on these things and pointing things out to you another bonus tax tip as you are taking these required minimum distributions make sure that your withholding taxes when you're receiving a paycheck often the taxes are taken out for you once you're retired your employer isn't taking those taxes out for you have to make sure that the IRS gets what's do otherwise you're going to get a very unpleasant tax bill come April yes in our clients love that we have a CPA on staff here at north west financial and as an added value dean does tax planning for them year round to make sure that their minimizing their taxes in minimizing any nasty tax surprises people just don't like those that's right yes if you want to plan ahead for your taxes have a sit down with dean stepped our CPA make sure you have a handle on your tax situation give us a call eight five five five hundred seven three eight four or visit our website W. W. W. dot retirement trail head dot com it really goes without saying but will say it anyway retirement is not the time time to wing it or work without a strategy you know you're right David it's it's a thirty year bond right you're retiring at sixty five you might live to ninety five years old it might even be a forty year phase of your life without a guaranteed paycheck it's so complicated to plan and if you're to your point you can't just wing it the people who retired most successfully they'll all tell you the single most important thing they can do is have a financial map remember it doesn't cost you anything we will meet with you will put together our eight step retirement trail map for no charges customized specifically for you the only qualification is that you are within five years of retiring or currently retired and have saved at least a hundred thousand dollars a you can get a hold of us anytime just call the number.
"dixon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Welcome back to the Jeff Dixon Joe moment ago we mentioned the systemic problems in America's retirement system one thing we mentioned was a shift towards four oh one K.'s and away from pensions pensions invest for the long term versus foreign case or investments are required to be liquid let's talk about liquidity why is that so important you know David one thing we go through with our clients to come into our office and meet with us is an exercise really to called pick two essentially with every single investment you get to pick two out of three key investment goals now you can't find an investment that delivers all three very easily if it even exists if someone does claim to deliver on all three of these goals should probably be very skeptical the three investment goals are one liquidity to risk and three of course a reasonable rate of return now think about some of your more familiar investment options CD's and stocks let's start with certificates of deposit or CD's now these may or may not keep up with inflation and that's why we sometimes jokingly referred to them as certificates of depreciation but they are liquid and you typically have much lower risk then you have stocks which may have a greater return you have liquidity but now you're taking on a lot of risk the value of your investment can drop like a rock with little or no warning you can look at it this way for every single investment class you get a pick to but not all three so when we talk about for one key programs and the requirement to have liquid investments your choice is made for you you must have liquidity so I their return or risk off the table I hope our listeners get that because it's a pretty significant point pension funds and university endowment funds are not afraid to sacrifice liquidity exactly but here's the problem I say it often retirement is a marathon not a sprint let me ask you David do you need liquidity with your checking account well of course you do well you bet you do because you're using that money to cover your expenses every month do you need liquidity for a rainy day fund for emergencies yes an emergency occurs you need to access those funds right away but if you have a five hundred thousand dollar portfolio do you need every cent of that available at your beckon call pretty sure most people would answer now it's not as important as it if even one time a year you're withdrawing even a hundred grand from a qualified account that wouldn't make sense what it because not only do you have to pay taxes on that money but you just took away one fifth of your nest egg that's supposed to last ten or twenty or thirty or even forty years in retirement financially this just doesn't make good sense many people have portfolios of hundreds of thousands of dollars that they save for retirement get nervous if they hear you're tying up the money they forget what their retirement fund is for it's not there to be used on a whim to go buy a boat or something it's there to be used to generate income in your retirement to replace your paycheck here's the key point if you build a portfolio of what I like to call the geese that lady golden eggs or in other words using your principle to generate an income stream you typically can't do that very well without sacrificing some liquidity or taking on more risk when Jeff there's also those out there who don't want risk and want liquidity so they decide to go with something like a certificate of deposit where they're just plain not making very much but then they have to worry about inflation well this is true the bank is a great place to pass through money it's not really an efficient place to store your money it's not a good place to let your money work for you we see it quite often people don't want to risk your money but they don't know where else they can invest to where it's actually going to generate a reasonable return and more importantly retirement income so investing for the long term I think this often comes back around to that concept we talk about often the buckets of money you read my mind David having different buckets of money is important let's think about the three different buckets envision having one bucket for short term needs now this money can be put into the bank if you're going to need it within the next one to save for five months you can keep it there if you put that money even in the three to five month range into the market you run the risk of losing some of it and not having it when you need it if it goes out beyond that say the the six month or five year range you may want some liquidity but you still want to get that money working for you that's the second bucket if you're not going to need it in the next five years or longer or if you're playing on utilizing it income strategy during retirement were you won't touch the principal but live off the dividends and interest that's where the longer term investments come in what makes perfect sense Jason you're saying that it's okay to sacrifice some liquidity as long as you won't need the money in the next couple years and the investments liquidity timeline falls in line with that need liquidity timeline is a key term as well David just because these pensions are in down in type investments aren't considered liquid doesn't mean you won't ever be able to touch your principal again it just means that you might take a few years based on the structure of the investment so the query timeline for a longer term investment it might be three five seven or even ten years but not forever there's so many things to consider yet another reason to consult a retirement income planner and make sure you have the right.
"dixon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Free autograph copy of Jeff Dixon's book, winning the retirement game this retirement income map is ideally, suited for anyone who's recently retired within five years of retiring, or currently retired and has saved at least one hundred thousand dollars. This isn't some generic plan that we're just going to pull out of a drawer and drop in the mail. This is an analysis that will custom build with your name on it for your specific situation. Pick up the phone right now. One eight five five five hundred seven three eight four. So Jeff as we talk today about some knowledge, gaps that we've seen and found as we met with people. So what's another one? The next run, we see all the time, surrounds, the topic of social security, social security is a pillar of retirement, that most retirees will rely on for at least a portion of their retirement income. However, there are many rumors of the program is insolvent in won't be there for us down the road is this, the case will we be able to rely on our hard earned social security checks every month as supplemental income others either coming up on sixty two or have passed that age and don't know how and when to claim others have an idea of how they envision themselves claiming but don't really have an idea of how their social security will work within an overall retirement plan. Whether you stand on this spectrum not. We want to begin to put to bed some of these questions and misconceptions for all of our clients. Jeff, I saw a stat today, that show the social security trust funds will be depleted within the next fifteen years. So it started the beginning with the question about the program itself, and how it's funded and it solvency the answer's complicated. But I'll try to be concise social security is made up of two major programs. One social security old age survivors and to social security disability insurance, we've paying into both our entire lives with the cut the federal government takes out of our checks, every pay period when we were tire, we plan to begin drawing from the old age survivors benefit now the payments are generated from two. Sources one is taxable revenue and two is interest from the trust funds balance, it self. So it's not like a 4._0._1._K where your balances your own, and you have a stash of money somewhere with your name on it, rather. It's like a pension where your benefits are paid out from the program itself and redistribute as benefits are claimed now because baby boomers are retiring in droves, and because people are living longer and longer the program has become increasingly expensive to maintain. Fewer tax payers supporting each beneficiary. That's the taxable revenue side of things then on the interest from the trust funds balance, the easiest way to think about that is like money in a savings account pays interest supplement the income from taxes, but twenty twenty one the interest from the trust fund and income from taxes will not be enough to sustain the program. So the going to have to start drawing down the principal and the trust fund. Yes. Jason one lucky. Twenty nineteen social security. Trustees report that anyone can access online. It says very clearly in black and white that the trust funds for both the old age survivors in disability benefits will be depleted by twenty thirty five at that point, again, this can be found in black and white ink. The income from the tax payers, will only be able to sustain about seventy five cents of every dollar of promised benefits. I think the logical questions that need to be ask our, we'll social security cut my benefits or will. I receive the full benefit amount. That is estimated for me. Or can I rely on so security at all for long term retirement income? These are a few of the questions that we are asking a daily basis at northwest financial and tax solutions. It looks like we have to take a break. We'll be.
"dixon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"They'll show you how the new tax laws might impact you you work hard for your money. So don't do the IRS any favors by paying more than your fair share in taxes. Go see dean stick and the team at US tax enters north west call them right now at three six zero five five three seventy nine zero seven three six zero five five three seventy nine. Oh, seven and schedule a visit three six zero five five three seventy nine zero seven or visit online at US tax centers n w dot com. That's US tax enters and w dot com. Tom used to be easy to create a retirement strategy work, forty years safe-money live off that money for a few years during retirement, but things have changed for many retirees reliable income is harder to come by Americans are living longer than ever. So that chunk of retirement money might need to last until you're eighty five ninety even one hundred years old, but you don't have to go it alone. Call Jeff Dixon and northwest, financial and tax solutions. Jeff and his team offer, no obligation retirement income strategy sessions. They will take a deep dive into your unique situation and design a custom strategy to help generate the supplemental retirement income you need. Call Jeff Dixon and northwest financial and tax solutions right now to schedule your retirement income strategy session. Call one eight five five five zero zero seven three eight four that's one eight five five five zero zero retire securities and advisory services offered through Madison Avenue securities LLC. Member FINRA SIPC at a registered investment advisor. MIS and north west finance? Tax solutions are not affiliated companies. Welcome back to the show. Jeff Dixon is.
"dixon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Welcome back to the Jeff Dixon show. Jeff we've exposed some dangerous potential cracks in retirement nest egg today, a great way to see if your plan has any flaws in it is to sit down with a qualified retirement income planner. Yes, David, and this is important in developing the retirement investment strategy in order to truly deliver the value of the eight step retirement game plan, we need to sit down with you. At least three times the first time, we meet with you. The goal is to understand who you are. And what you're currently doing to prepare for retirement. We also want to take the time to get to know, you your timeline for retirement, your desired income your risk tolerance. All these things that really help us build a clear picture for what you're trying to accomplish. We'll also ask you to bring in some financial documents. So that we can take a financial snapshot to see where you're at today after that meeting we go back and roll up our sleeves and get. To work. We'll analyze your current portfolio have our CPA review your tax returns checking for mistakes and legal opportunities to reduce your taxes spell out all your options when it comes to your social security benefits and take a look at any other financial aspects that came up during that first meeting, then we'll lay out our findings. We'll talk about strengths and weaknesses in your current portfolio. What's working, and what could be working better for you? We'll also put your portfolio through something called the stress tests where we illustrate how your current investments would likely perform under certain hypothetical market conditions. So by the end of your second meeting. You should have a crystal clear understanding of where you are. And where you're likely to end up with your current plan. Next time we sit down with you. We educate you on all of your investment options. We will discuss liquidity risk income potential. Fees. We are very transparent about fees as we have said many times there is no cost for our initial process. That's right. It's complementary you won't pay us a nickel. If we do end up working together, we are in advisory fees and commissions. If you want us to manage some of your assets, or if you choose to purchase any investments, this is a golden opportunity for you to see what else is out there in if it might be a good fit for you and your family if all that sounds good take the next step..
"dixon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Look at it this way and tell we sit down with you learn about you. Discover your goals your desired lifestyle, your risk tolerance. We've got nothing to send you as we've been. Mentioned building a customized plan requires a time investment for you. And for us. So get the process started on your very own customized retirement strategy. Call eight five five five hundred retire. That's eight five five five hundred seven three eight four folks. I hope you learned something on today's show about the critical questions at every married. Couple should answer to help achieve a happy, comfortable retirement. If you didn't learn anything, we're not doing our job. Just by listening to the show today. You're taking an important step toward living the life that you want to lead in retirement. The next step is giving us a call. We've met with many people that have listened to the show week after week for several years, and they finally came in in every time they said I wish I would have done this years ago. So don't miss. Out. If you missed anything on today's show you want to hear it again. Go to our website, WWW dot Jeff Dixon, show dot com. That's Jeff DAX S O N show dot com. Today's show and all of our passions are there or you can go to IT tunes in search for the Jeff Dixon show. You can take the show with you on your smartphone. And listen to it anytime you want that'll do it for today's show. Join us again next week same time same station for my co host topper myself, Jeff Dixon, the retirement have a great week everyone. Geoff Dixon offer securities through.
"dixon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Also played poorly, retirement planning. Geoff Dixon show. Stay with us. Before you retire? Eventually, you'll have to decide should you? Go it alone or get some help before you answer. Call Jeff Dixon and northwest financial tech solutions give jeopardy's team and our. What they learn from you into retirement paychecks. Whether that's using investments or insurance or both. They'll put it on paper. You could take it home kick the tires talk it over you might just coverage. Just what you're looking for Jeff and his team of John this for decades for hundreds of couples urine like anyone else in your retirement strategy should reflect that to get your own personal retirement strategy. Call Jeff Dixon and his team at eight five five five zero zero seven three eight four that's eight five five five hundred retire northwest, financial and tax solutions. Securities and advisory services offered through Denison avenue. Securities LLC member federa- SIPC, a registered investment advisor, Madison Avenue securities in northwest. Financial tech solutions are not affiliated companies. Remember that first date you net shirt some stories ask them questions got that comfortable feeling. So you said a second date and then a third. That's how the best relationships are formed. They start with a comfortable feeling pretty soon you build trust which. Is so important. Do you have that kind of relationship with your financial advisers, if you don't I recommend sitting down with Jeff Dixon and his team at northwest financial tax solutions, come to the office, Shearson coffee and conversation, they want to learn all about you and your family, and they want you to get to know them. Jeff team at northwest financial tax solutions always start by first building trust. And that takes time so call one eight five five five hundred seventy three eighty four today. Set up that first date, comfortable relaxed conversational the best way to get started. Call one eight five five five hundred seventy three eighty four that's one eight five five hundred retired securities and advisory services offered through Madison Avenue securities LLC member of FINRA SIPC, a registered investment advisor. MASH northwest financial tax solutions are not affiliated companies whether you buying groceries at the store or making online purchases, you generally know, the cost of an item before you put it in your shopping cart. Can you say the same about the fees and the mutual funds Yonne hidden fees could leave you well short of what you thought you'd have. When it comes time to check out from the nine to five grind, let northwestern angel intact solutions scan your card to discover how much hidden fees in your mutual funds are costing you. We know you care what you're paying and probably prefer not to discover these fees years.
"dixon" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Or IRA, David as you know, it's always a pleasure to share our knowledge with our listeners, and we want to thank our listeners for always being there each and every weekend, we hope that we're bringing a lot of information a lot of value to you in summarizing today. Many people are not getting the help that they need or deserve with their qualified accounts. We know this because we see it every single day when people come in. We asked them some simple basic questions that they should know the answer to about their portfolio about their investments. Why do you have each investment in your portfolio? How do they work? Do you even know what you're invested in what? What is the fees all the fees? I asked that because a lot of people are paying hidden fees. And they don't even know what income can you expect from each of these investments either now or in the future, what are the tax advantages or disadvantages for each of these investments and most importantly, what kind of exit strategy. Do you have for your portfolio? Are you position in a way where you could lose half of it if and when we have another market correction, be honest, how many of those questions, do, you know, the answer to most of the time? We asked that we get the same three word answer. I don't know. It's truly critical that you ask these questions now. So come see us. So that we can lay out a plan and talk to you about all the options that you may have we call this proactive planning. The other choice is to be reactive and don't do anything until it's too late. Well, that'll do it for this edition of the Jeff Dixon show. I really hope everyone out. There learned something today. Did you miss anything on today's show?.
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