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‘Bad things happen in Philadelphia,’ Trump says at debate, renewing false claim about poll watchers

Consider This from NPR

01:16 min | 5 hrs ago

‘Bad things happen in Philadelphia,’ Trump says at debate, renewing false claim about poll watchers

"As you know today, there was a big problem in Philadelphia. They went into watch call poll-watchers a very safer nice thing they were thrown out. They weren't allowed to watch. You know why? Because bad things happen in Philadelphia bad th the president appeared to be talking about a report from Philadelphia where a woman claiming to be a trump campaign poll worker was turned away. But not from a polling place, there are no actual polling places open in the city right now. She was turned away from a satellite elections office set up by the city created as a new form of early voting where voters can pick up and drop off mail in ballots. poll-watchers appointed by the campaign are allowed at Poles but not at offices like that one which had limited staff to allow for social distancing. And as the Philadelphia Inquirer reported, the trump campaign does not have any poll-watchers approved to work in Philadelphia. At the moment, we need every able bodied man woman to join army for trump's election security operation at defend your ballot dot com there no data to support the president's claims about potential widespread voter fraud. But the Republican Party says they're enlisting fifty thousand people to be poll watchers in order to protect against

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Commission on Presidential Debates promises more 'structure' at remaining debates

Larry O'Connor

00:55 sec | 5 hrs ago

Commission on Presidential Debates promises more 'structure' at remaining debates

"I'm Maria Leave changes could be coming to the way the next presidential debates are conducted The commission on Presidential Debates thing in a statement today, quote last night's debate made clear. That additional structure should be added to the format of the remaining debate. To ensure more orderly discussion on the issues. The CPD will carefully considering the changes that it will adopt and announced those measures shortly. Unquote. The president spoke this afternoon about the debate. The debate last that was great. We've got tremendous reviews on it. We're hitting what people want Law and order, which was unable to even talk about because it lose. The radical left his radical, less left followers. I don't think there's too many of us left, but I thought it was a great evening. It was an exciting evening. You can read the commission's full statement right now on double gmail dot com and on our Facebook

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NASCAR Cup Series to run first dirt race since 1970 at Bristol in 2021

Terry Meiners and Company

00:45 sec | 6 hrs ago

NASCAR Cup Series to run first dirt race since 1970 at Bristol in 2021

"For the first time since 2011 when the when Kentucky held its first cup. Siri's a NASCAR race is not going to be at the Kentucky Speedway next year. Kentucky Speedway. Really? I mean, NASCAR released its 2021 schedule today was six road courses, the first dirt race for the Cup series since 1970, they added stops at Nashville in Austin, Texas, and one college basketball note. Jeff Gooden from stadium dot com reporting that Beller Mint in their first year of in Division one, will be playing in an event at Duke. In the preseason early season this year would be Duke, Howard, Ellen and Bellman. Beller with bellman would play Duke and Howard in Ahh, the count around Robin Event

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Proud Boys celebrate Trump’s ‘stand by’ remark about them at the debate.

Mark Mason

04:37 min | 7 hrs ago

Proud Boys celebrate Trump’s ‘stand by’ remark about them at the debate.

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Demi Lovato and Former Fiance Max Ehrich’s Messy Split: Everything We Know

Colleen and Bradley

04:40 min | 8 hrs ago

Demi Lovato and Former Fiance Max Ehrich’s Messy Split: Everything We Know

"That's what we gotta talk about This Demi Llevado break up again because she's just released a song, which means we can't stop talking about it. This is the culling and Bradley Show my talk 1071 streaming live at my talk one of 71 dot com Everything entertainment Colleen Lindstrom Bradley trainer, Um Yeah. Demi Lovato. And Max. Marriage. Yeah, Infact, this publication ship has gone all sorts of directions, but it's provided all sorts of opportunity to write like In the midst of all the crazy Demi's gotten some additional traction for. Oh, look, a new single that just came out, but the price he's paying as a result. I don't know it seems a little too high as far as I'm concerned, because this Max Ehrich character has gotten really scare itch. Scary, really creepy tacular because when you start to reference Jeffrey Epstein to make a point You've kind of lost the room. So for those of you who don't remember Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich were engaged, They fell really fast if you believe the tabloid trash I fell really fast, really hard over the quarantine, like, Oh, we're spending all our time together. I don't know. Maybe that's true, but whatever they got engaged And then we heard that there was a break up through a tabloid. But then we heard from Max Ehrich over the weekend that like he didn't know his relationship that ended he posted To Instagram, saying he learned through a tabloid. And then he weirdly implied that this was a bad idea for Llevado to end their relationship because he was filming a movie about here about being a pastor. And he's a Christian. And all that. Remember that? Yeah, that was really kind of strange, right? I mean so much over the streams. It's hard to tease out. What strange is stranger than the other strange in by the way, she has kept radio silent. For the most part, she started speaking through surrogates to tabloids as well, but In the days since marriage has continued to post to instagram, making a variety of claims about how they hadn't officially ended. In fact, he said, that I think that was our last conversation was like He says. They didn't officially end anything. But it's like dude. Let it go. There are headlines. Yeah, I mean, it's like she wants you to go by. There's no unfollowed you It's d away by she posted herself without the ring. Great. Okay, but anyway As if that weren't bad enough. Teen Vogue reports that sources say Eric's choice to speak publicly on their relationship has further alienated Demi from Max saying quote she's completely embarrassed the way he's been acting and putting the relationship on blast by a social media. She wants nothing to do with him. Sources allege that Max has tried to contact me. Well, no bleep, because, presumably, instead of turning to social media, he could just pick up the phone right if they were engaged. You think he'd have her number one would imagine. But Demi is completely done. It doesn't want to see him again. At this point, she can't believe she fell into his trap. And it's really upset over it. Okay? Whatever. I don't know what story she's trying to tell us. But here's where things get otter. So on Tuesday, Max, um Post the messages to Instagram, by the way, all these messages like, disappear, but thank God for Jezebel, Another tabloids who have done the duty the deep to do, Don't we did their duty. To sort through all the posted messages on Instagram, seemingly implying that Demi Lovato was being abused. And then shared other messages referencing Jeffrey Epstein. Okay, so there's something going on page six reports that he posted three separate notes. Notes. APP Screenshots, which respectively read Hashtag Freed Ah, Demme Free Demetria because that's her name. Hashtag Free, Demetria. From the people that her abused her. What s so that's Max? Again? He's been shut down and shut out, and he's starting to post the sun Social. Then we get to Jeffrey Epstein in another Instagram post. He cryptically refers to Jeffrey Epstein saying. Quotes Jeffrey Obscene. Or let me put it this way they're trying to use Jeffrey Epstein's a verb. Jeffrey Epstein, me equals try to silence me for exposing the truth to the world.

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How long should my YouTube videos be?

The $100 MBA Show

05:38 min | 21 hrs ago

How long should my YouTube videos be?

"I've studied a lot when it comes to video marketing. Especially when it comes to search engine optimization and optimizing your exposure on Youtube, the lot experts out there. But my personal favorite expert on this topic is Brian Deane from back Linko dot com you can check out his blog back link dot com. There's a ton of resources when it comes to maximizing your exposure on Youtube he's only an expert when it comes to Seo marketing on Google but also on Youtube so I want to share with you some things I learned from him as well as others that have confirmed his strategies and what I like about Brian's approach to youtube marketing is he actually tests Out His theories and see if they work in the real world and his own youtube channel, which is huge for this niche of Seo. It's a very dry kind of topic. It's not a you know anything that's entertaining or funny or makeup tutorials or car reviews which kind of caters to a big market very niche and yet he's got a huge following three hundred and seventy three thousand subscribers on his youtube channel. Pretty impressive. Let's address the direct question of how long should videos on Youtube. In order to give you the right advice. Let me back up a little bit and talk about. What does Youtube. Well Youtube really wants people to stay on the platform as long as possible. Their big metric is view time total view time how long people watch videos on their channel? Don't confuse this with retention time. Let me tell you the difference if a former video on average people watch of to the three minute mark. My retention time is seventy five percent pretty impressive right? Let's say I have a ten minute video and people watch only half five minute mark. You would think that the first video would be more optimized would be more preferred by you would get more exposure because the retention time or percentage is higher at seventy, five percent versus fifty but the total watch time I video is three minutes versus the second video, which is five minutes and really. Cares about is that you actually keeping people on the platform for longer they're watching videos for longer more minutes is most important to them, and this is why the ten minute mark is seen as the holy grail in Youtube because ten minutes allows you to get lots of viewing time even if they just watch half the video and it's also not too long where it's like a two hour video and no one even attempts to click on it because they have to hours. So Brian Deane your video should be at least ten minutes long. You should try to aim for that. You know nine minutes eight and a half. Okay. But ten is really what you should aim for to maximize your viewing time and also obviously have a concise and valuable video. So your channel will get more juice will get more preference from Youtube. Viewers to watch more time of your videos, they will suggest your videos as recommended videos at the end of videos. Or they'll suggests it in the right hand column. And if you get enough mental, you might even be trending on their homepage. Now I don't want you to take my word for it. Take a look at some of the best youtubers out. They're the ones that are trending the ones that maybe you follow somebody maybe that you look up to even if they're not as active as they used to before like Casey Nice to take a look at the length of their videos, you're going to see their around the ten minute, Mark Ten twelve, fifteen minutes very few of these big time youtubers are doing you know three minute form videos, even people that review. Gadgets software cars they make sure that it's you know eight, nine, ten minutes at least now I want to give a couple more piece of advice that I learned from Brian. But my real genuine advice is to subscribe to back link. Oh, you know he's not paying me for this. I'm genuinely saying he's a great source of knowledge because I've learned so much from him if he ever offers the I know he has a course on youtube if you ever offers it. Opens it up for enrollment. Then he closes it really quick by that course it's a very, very good if you're serious about growing your youtube channel because you're GONNA learn a ton to maximize a results is really going to get you faster results in shorter time. But here are a few things I learned along the way from him number one. Understand the key words you're trying to target when you are shooting a video. So when you have video four, your youtube channel, you have a video idea, a title what are the key words are trying to target what kind of things that you're going to be searching for that they're going to you know stumble upon her find your video with understand your Seki words and they could be eight to ten keywords you're looking for, and you need to make sure you use these words throughout the video now, only in the description as. Much as possible in the title, even in your, you know close captioning or subtitles, but also say these keywords in the video actually speak them into the camera why? Because you actually can pick up what is being said, and it's actually picking up your audio and using it in their search engine algorithm to find people those videos that match the keywords typing

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ABC News Political Director Rick Klein on the first presidential debate

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:21 min | 1 d ago

ABC News Political Director Rick Klein on the first presidential debate

"Stay Stay with with us us here. here. The The debate debate begins begins in in just just 20 20 minutes minutes from from Cleveland Cleveland President President Trump Trump Now Now 74 74 years years old old former former vice vice President President Joe Joe Biden Biden is is 77. 77. It It makes makes him him the the oldest oldest candidates candidates ever to face off in a televised presidential debate. Topics include the Supreme Court, covert 19 race and violence in American cities, according to the Commission on presidential Debates, and you can be sure the President Trump's taxes will be discussed. We asked ABC news political director Rick Klein. Whether President Trump, despite his lack of experience as a politician is a better debater than Joe Biden. He's a better debater than people give credit for because he fears so wildly off subject under any traditional School sanctioned debate. He would fail miserably. But that's not how this works, and the American people have a different way of judging these things. He was able to dominate a field of, you know, well, more than a dozen candidates during the Republican prime rate. He was the front runner for much of that time, and he was able to go wire to wire Toto with some of the absolute best in the business, including very talented debaters like Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, and I think in the general election debates, I think most people that were watching, According to the insta polls, Hillary Clinton was judged to be a winner ended up not mattering. But I think his ability to understand the medium of television is unparalleled in his ability to dominate any kind of a lot of time, and I think the fact that he's only been doing it for a few years obscures the fact that he's very good at it, whether it's debating or anything on television. He understands what he's doing up there, and he understands the power of the images that he's projecting a final thought Rick about tonight. I think there's a fallacy that the audience for one of these debates is a mythical undecided voters There just aren't that many of them in the country. We're talking maybe 34% of the population. Truly undecided. Much more important in terms of the audience are the persuadable voters uncommitted voters in the sense that they're not committed to necessarily voting at all. Or maybe supporting a third party candidate in lieu of one of the men on stage tonight, So don't look at this is an opportunity or a challenge to change minds so much it is to persuade and to convince people that are critical to either party's chances that it's important to go vote and keep in mind that, you know. For Joe Biden of someone of Trump supporters. Eyes to stay home is a win for Donald Trump. Find supporter who feels to one inspired Tio actually vote that's counted as a win as well. ABC NEWS Political director Rick Climb You can watch and listen to the debate of w t o p dot com Or stay here on w T O p

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The Breonna Taylor Case Must Be Reopened Immediately

The Breakdown with Shaun King

07:32 min | 1 d ago

The Breonna Taylor Case Must Be Reopened Immediately

"A whole lot has come to the light over the past forty, eight hours in. What we call the Briana Taylor case you know there's a part of me. That gets frustrated that we even call it the Briana Taylor case because a lot of ways. We should name it after the officers should name it after. Miles Cosgrove and bread, Hankinson and others. But we've learned a lot over the past two to three days and we're scheduled to learn a whole lot more tomorrow and what I really conclude as that this case is not over. It's it's not over just practically speaking there's a lot more to learn about it. But it's also not over from a prosecution standpoint and accountability standpoint. These officers particularly the two officers who shot and killed Brianna Taylor who were not charged. Those officers and many other people who were involved in this case from those who approve the warrant to those who falsified the warrant and everybody else up and down the chain who could be held responsible and accountable here there's a lot more work to do I I want to thank the team at vice news over the past couple of years. there have been a lot of complaints about the work conditions advice and even the low level of pay advice, and even a a culture of sexual harassment advice. And I know several people who have now just recently relatively recently started working there after all of these things came out. And you know they've said that the company is on a path to doing so much better and that's good news because we need. Credible fearless new sources involved in cases like this, and we also want them to to have a certain ethical standard and so congratulations to the team advice for the work they've been doing over the past few weeks. I I literally think they could win awards for this work. They Were the first people to get. Hours and hours of body camera footage from the scene. Now, we were always told that no police officers who were involved in the shooting of Taylor had body cameras. Now, we're literally and a lot of ways just forced to take their word for it. What we do know now though is that. Multiple officers had body cameras on when they arrived after the shooting and the team advice they have obtained and released. A good a good amount of that footage and it's Deeply insightful and incredibly problematic. We see several things in that footage including. Violations of policy. One thing we see is officer Bread Hankinson. After he has participated in the shooting violates a policy that almost every major police department in America has he then reenters the crime scene. This man was just involved in the shooting. And the Louisville Police Department has a policy that when you have fired your weapon and there's a crime scene, you're not allowed to reenter that crime scene. You are not allowed to participate in that investigation. It is a a major conflict of interest and he's not just there. He's asking people whose bullet is this WHO's bullet? Is that like he's in there we have no idea. How many times did he going there before someone had their body camera on did he change anything that we don't know what we do know is that he violated a policy that everybody in that department was aware of, and we we know this nice because officers have since been interviewed about about whether or not they're aware of this policy. But that officers there on the scene. Are telling him. You have to get out of here. And not only that you hear that in the body camera footage from multiple people saying two different officers you shouldn't be here right now. It was an obvious policy again though these men thought they were above policy. Again from how the the warrant was obtained to how they executed it. These men were were constantly. Going up against clear department policy, which shows not only frame of mind but shows just how they really saw themselves as above the law. Not, only that. We learned just yesterday that before the raid it was a no knock warrant raid where they for anybody who said they were they were not let into the home they broke into the home in the middle of the night. we now know that multiple officers raised red flags about the validity of the raid before it even happened. and. That's the right. Now one they never splits be clear. They never spoke up about this. We only know that officers were raising red flags about this raid on Brianna his apartment remember. Brianna was not a drug dealer quick quick to BS. There are no drugs in her home. Her Boyfriend Kenny was not a drug dealer and anybody who sang otherwise is lying neither Kenny nor Brianna had a criminal record. They. Committed no crimes. There was no evidence of crimes. There was no shadow of evidence of crimes there in in the apartment period point blank dot com there were no drugs there there. There was no illegal contraband or anything else in in their apartment in you know my position is even if such a thing was found in anyone's apartment, it truly does not warrant the danger that people are put in with these. No knock warrants. That's why the city of Louisville has now banned him. But we now have learned that multiple officers before the no knock raid, and after the no knock raid raise red flags about it.

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10 People Hurt After Fire In Washington Heights New York

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:21 sec | 1 d ago

10 People Hurt After Fire In Washington Heights New York

"Radio dot com. At least 10. People are reported hurt this morning to with life threatening injuries after fire broke out at a five story apartment building on West 158th Street in Washington Heights. Charges have been announced since against the mother of three Children left home alone. When fire broke out in their Burke of the new apartment on Monday. The Children in critical

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The Beauty Of Imperfect Travels With Christine And Jules

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

03:23 min | 1 d ago

The Beauty Of Imperfect Travels With Christine And Jules

"To the extra pack of peanuts travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more. While spending less I'm your host share share and joining me today are the half Ozzy half. American duo, you're going to get to tell by the accent who's who? who have roam the historic streets of Cuba bad elephants in. Thailand. Danced in one of the biggest music festivals in Europe and I've done something many of us. Maybe all of us listening have either done or dreamed of gorge themselves full of food in Italy Christine and jewels from don't forget to move dot com and this the not. So bon voyage podcast, which has a tagline which goes wrong on the road. So you know we're getting to miss out today guys you're saying. Thanks for joining me. Huge. Welcome. Yeah. Thank you so much for having us and which ones which. WHO's the? Ozzy. WHO's The American? Is Made. From California. Does the tear. Mine is worse than my ozzy accent is awful. Yeah. Okay. Switching roles you each have to do each other's accent for the entire show. Let's see Oh. Gosh. Give me a horrible. So you guys. I love the tagline. I love the idea behind saying, Hey, travel is not always glamorous magical thing in in fact when it's not glamorous, it's sometimes is magical in hindsight like that's one of the reasons we all like to travel. So we're going to get to like the mishaps and they'll out I'm sure as we go through. You guys actually met on the road correct like you your relationship butted while you were traveling. Yep. So obviously, we're from opposite sides of the world, but we met in South America in Peru, and we are both Solo backpacking in two thousand twelve. We're both just on our own trips doing our own thing and we happen to arrive at a nonprofit disaster-relief organization to volunteer. They're just a day apart from each other and we ended up volunteering together for about six months, and in that time, we just developed a friendship and relationship, and after that, we're like neither of US wanted to go home and live normal lives. So we just kept traveling together and how was eight years ago and we pretty much still traveling. But now right now. Yeah pretty much. Like for both of you was it the first check box like doesn't WanNa go home and live a normal life yes or no if they say, yes, they're into their out if they say no, then maybe we can make this work. But we had some similarities of the stout because we both traveling boom to we're both working prophets volunteering's will. And then when we talked about plans, we invite extremely vague about what we wanted to do and when we wanted to get high. Salaries now, well That's a good song. The it's interesting too because we were both so low backpackers and when you travel by yourself, you're very used to being able to do what you want when you want see what you want, and you're just like responsible for yourself and can choose what you WANNA. Do and then to bring another person into that mix and travel then as a couple kind of a whole different ballgame. So we had to both be down to just keep travelling and to give up that kind of individual freedom and be able to travel together and make that work and it worked because we're still together. and. Now we're married. Yeah

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Faking IAB-compliant downloads

podnews

03:06 min | 1 d ago

Faking IAB-compliant downloads

"Can Be compliant download numbers. The faked Antony Guo thinks. So indeed he's built contraption for about two hundred and ten dollars. Theoretically. Fake thirty thousand downloads a month. If you're really determined and quite technical, he's documented how he did it and how podcast hosts can detect. We've linked to its today from show notes and Dr Newsletter. It's a national podcast day September thirtieth, but it's already September thirtieth in some parts of the world. So bunch of live presentations happening right now, you can watch for free at international PODCAST Day Dot Com Hindenburg is planning a set of free workshops and a forty percent discount for Hindenburg products that's on now and tomorrow the match talk podcast network and founder Jason Bryant will be hosting a fourteen hour. Wa. livestream interviewing and showcasing wrestling podcasters from around the US. College High School in Olympic style of wrestling the drama that is sports entertainment were told a livestream starts at nine. AM central time. Love the podcast you're listening to Daniel J Lewis has added a new feature to my podcast reviews cold, love the podcast and it'll help your listeners give reviews for your podcast linking to the right platform for their device. If you'd like to see an example, thank go to love the podcasts dot com slash news because you. Apple spending money on podcast advertising McClellan I has published list of US podcast advertisers who increase spend the most in August. Apple spent three hundred eleven thousand dollars on advertising according to the company all for that Apple News plus products. The twenty two thousand discover pods awards are open nominations the fourth annual awards fan nominated fan voted without a paywall. We've only got two weeks to nominate your favorites though Pushkin Industries has a nice new website that like you to know another podcast APP in India Kuku FM has a number of podcasts as well as live radio and music and congratulations to the podcast global summit who set a Guinness World Record in August for the largest attendance for virtual podcasting conference. In one week, we're told Guinness, wanted at least five thousand attendees to set the record and they achieved five, thousand and three. Well. And pocano Kaczynski's it's fine to hit from millionaires financial whiz kids about what to do with money. But better the hear from real experience small change money stories from the neighborhood highlights smarts practical and collaborative money skills develops by people living with lower an unstable incomes new from NPR news in Minnesota. Horror Narration podcast creepy is launching their thirty one days of horror series beginning on October. The first series will new chilling tale each day of the month culminating in a special episode on Halloween against more than a million downloads a month we're told,

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How to Invest: Meaning and the 3 Circles

Optimal Finance Daily

04:05 min | 1 d ago

How to Invest: Meaning and the 3 Circles

"How to invest meaning and the three circles by Phil town of rule one investing dot com. Investing for beginners. Circle of competence. The most important thing. I can tell you about becoming a great investor is to focus on your circle of competence. What that means is that area of the world that you live in that, you actually know quite a lot about for most beginning investors. We sort of think we don't know anything about anything I know I certainly felt like that when I started off. But in fact, my teacher told me to start by looking for meaning in each investment. Invest in a business that means something to you. Try to buy businesses that really mean something to you to start with, I have to find out more about me. What actually means something to me what do I actually know something about To figure it out I, want to look at the three circles exercise. Choose Industries you're interested in. What we're doing is loading in industries where we already have a lot of knowledge I'm pretty good at computer software and services as well as Internet hardware, real estate, stuff, clothing, personal items, automotive, and getting those off of this list. If I see things that I made really already know quite a lot about like, let's say leisure and media recreation entertainment hobbies. I just read the description and you can see some of the stocks are in. That category, for example, storm and Ruger and company they make guns and I like guns. So I'm adding Leisure and media to my list. Now, we'll see that leisure and media is on my list and I'm on to the next part of the three circles, which is talent circle to add to that. So you go through each of these circles and simply save and continue by putting on items that you know you already know a lot about. How to choose a business? That is right for you? The first one is passions. The second one is talent. What are you really talented at? What do you know a lot about what can you be world class at and the third one is where you spend your money. So you start to look for things that are in all three of these save them and the program will go out and find industries that matched the talent passions and money circles that you already put up. Now you can see this has come up with a pretty darn good list so it started. OFF THAT I wasn't sure I'd have any companies I might know anything about and it turns out. There are many many companies that I know a lot about for example, let's go over and look at recreational vehicles that sounds like something I might know a bit about what I get is a list of all the companies that are in the recreational vehicle industry group. You can see it's got Harley Davidson and they make motorcycles polaris makes no machines and four wheelers Arctic cat make snow machines winnebago makes those big Winnebago's right. I already know something about these companies. These are companies that I have some connection with in my life. Why we care about understanding a business. So. Why do we care about understanding the business? Well, in one if we buy one share of a company, it's as if we bought the entire company when I buy one share of something I, feel like I own the entire business. Investing, tip the my rule. One Way to think about this is that imagine that my uncle gave me a billion dollars to go out and buy a company with. But the rules were that only get to by one company and that company would be the only way I, make money the whole rest of my life, and if that company went under I would have to live on welfare. So I by every company that I look at it as if it's the only company, my uncle will let me by this is a great rule. You should think about it, I, call it my uncle rule. Investing tip the ten ten rule. I also have what's called a ten ten rule. It says, I'm not going to own a company for ten minutes unless I'm willing to own it for ten years. So if I'm going to buy a company and be willing to own it for ten years, he'd better be something I like and matches my value systems I'm passionate about it I. Love It. I'm talented at it and I spend my money in it. Conclusion. Those are the things that make me connect to my investments and the more I connect with my investments the more I own it as if I owned the whole business, the more I understand the meaning of the business, the better investor I'm going to be.

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4 Questions To Ask Before Starting Any Goal

The Daily Boost

06:07 min | 3 d ago

4 Questions To Ask Before Starting Any Goal

"What do you say just jump right in? Have you done your homework? Here's what works to piece of paper. And look around you at every single thing in your life the good. The bad. The ugly everything if you like something in your life figure out a way to keep more of it. Or get more of it. If you don't like something your life. It's time to say, how do I get rid of that? How do I do that? If you need some help, get my perfect planner at motivation move dot com it's free it help you manage your time and get yourself sorted out. Good stuff. So four questions. That you should ask before we start anything. So let me ask you a question of which means it's five questions. Well, why am I giving you one then we'll ask him on this. Okay. Do you have dreams. Something you want to do in your future everybody has dreams. Some people have nightmares I've had those. Dreams for the future. Now Dreams are what? Well I think the prelude to a goal right? Something POPs into your head maybe dreamed about night maybe just daydream about maybe watching movies say that someday. I don't know. I'm sure you have things you wanna do but then life gets in the way. Then you start living life, you get caught up essay the current of life and it's hard to think about doing anything different it. You really gotTa make an effort to do that. Have you ever wondered if that inner voice inside your head though which Kinda heading today? Is. That little voice inside your head have you ever wondered? Is it right? I. Mean, it is your inner voice right I. Mean you're the boss of you so you don't have to listen to yourself if you don't want to so. What if your mind keeps popping into something if you if you keep having this idea, this feeling that you just got to. Take, advantage of and go do something about I think you have to honor it right? It's popping up. My rules is if things pop into my head at least three times, I'm like, Okay Scott you better pay attention to it. But sometimes when that happens to you wonder if in the right spot, wait a second I don't really know if I'm ready to go and right now because of the current economy and the current pandemic and everything. But who knows where we are right now who knows we're faced three, hundred Florida so it's a little bit different these days kind of weird. The restaurants are all busy today. But but things are are awfully confusing a given things being confusing. Sometimes you don't know if you can trust yourself to you. So that's why have these questions for you and these questions are things that people use them presentations and other other things but I use them for this kind of work because I just noticed they work fairly well. So here they are the four questions will help you sort out just about anything and this came from the three minute rule book by the way Brad Pinnock. Is that the same I I read his book about a year ago and I said, man, I could use for goal setting and everything else and it really truly works me. So credit roll credit is due Brad, use it for presentations as all kinds of cool stuff but I think you can use it for well for even more cool stuff. So the first question is What is it? Civil question isn't it? You'd be surprised how many people can't answer that question. So if you have dream if you have a projects that you're gonna be doing some direction, you're heading it needed to find it very clearly. This number one we have to do just about anything. What is it? Do you understand exactly what you want. As my dental work kicking, do you understand exactly what you want? I think it might be surprised maybe not what you might be surprised how often I speak with people during the course of a week and I asked that simple question. So what is it? What do you want? What are you talking about here and they have no idea Can't verbalize it. They can't come up with the words to really explain what it is and usually what was a say well, this episode or can you draw Fisher I mean. But what if you drew a picture what would it be at? oftentimes they'll say, well, it'd be it certainly would have mountains a lake or something like that. Right little east of there right is changing modality a bit communication patterns. What is it? I question if you can't clearly answer exactly. What you want. It's not time to go forward. Number two. How does it work? How you go about reaching your goal. What will what will the likely outcome be when you get there? And again, you would be surprised. How often I asked that question how you GonNa do I mean how's it all going to come together? What's the process? You can quit your job you get the money in the bank what are you GonNa do here I mean what's the outcome? I mean when you get you the other side of this, what's IT GONNA BE? So the first question is, what is it? The second question is, how does it work? How are you GonNa, go about doing this stuff if you can't tell me what it is, and if you certainly don't even know where to begin. Well, we might have a little work to do, but if you can clearly say what it is and clearly understand what your process is going to be, and you clearly know what the outcome is. Once you get there a high time to go to step number three isn't it? Can you do it? Scott I told you how he's going to do it I know. I, just told you what the outcome is going to be on. Oh Can you do it? May. Really if you did it is your plan. reasonable. Do you have the time. Do you have the skill to have the money? Do you have to take some of the words? Can you resource it? So you can actually accomplish your goal. Folks can't do that and they're not realistic about it. So it's very rare good question. So what is it? How does it work in? Can you do it? A lot of folks leap before they're ready and I don't want you to do that. But if you are ready if you were to say to me happens a lot by the way if I get to the third question if he actually progress there because you saw stopped before I, get there. If you say no to one or two, there's something going on right. But if you know what it is and you know how it's GonNa work comes going to be then I'm GonNa say well, can you do it? That's a validation question for me. It gives me the chance to put it in your face and say all Ye Shur. But I haven't said. Are you sure yet have I? I'm seeing Kanye do it. I'm Scott I'm ready. I'm ready to go. And then that fourth question comes up. Are you sure. Are you sure? Would you be willing to put in the effort? If you, you're confident you can achieve your goal. So you know what it is. You know how it's GonNa work you know you can do it. Are you sure that if you really were to put your mind to it, you can get it to happen. Are you sure if you can answer all of those questions? You're going to get your goal. You'RE GONNA. Make it happen. If you can't answer all this questions. That's okay. It just means you need to just get more clarity on them or maybe a little bit more time to resource. It made me save a little bit more money or switch jobs or whatever you have to do is have to do a few things to to make a couple of changes to it. That's all you have to do.

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Travel to Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

05:55 min | 4 d ago

Travel to Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy

"I'd like to welcome to the show, Audrey and Manlio Diamante from travels with AUDREY DOT COM and they've come to talk to us a better region of Italy you may or may not have heard of for Yuli. Venezia Giulia. Andrian manlio welcome to the show. Ain't you Chris and thank you for inviting us to be on your bucket today. Thank you Chris Thank goodness well, and we've picked a region of Italy that I couldn't have told you the name of I know where it is about. Where are we talking about? First of all, if we put this on a map Well. If we were to put it on poor looking at the most northerly and easterly region of Italy incense ranked. In the corner literally border the North would be Australia The you're on the right would be slow being young. Then we have the Adriana CCD so we're an also the region of vinet. Oh. So you're about a hundred and solid kilometers from Venice, if you were to be an Bene- some wanted to travel to live in his Julia. Along the highway that would be approximately about one hundred kilometers and. We'll get into his tryst. So that is actually, yes, that's correct Essentially up but would unit is the one that would be most typical the one that really represents reach enough. You're getting ahead of us. Before. We get there. Why are we talking about this region because I'm not going to try and say it every time we say this because you see it so much better than I do what is your connection to Fluey Valencia Julia Well. My husband is born and raised and in. So he actually also be Lionel which is a local language. I actually met my husband and he. Shot on location to Spain, and so a friend of mine asked me to stop in a visitor in Italy and when I did, I, actually met my husband for the first time in this was in ninety seven. And then he later on emigrated to Canada. Got Married. Will and why should someone go to really Well a food essential yet is one of those regions I mean most of us think that there are token room. Most. Now, there's nothing wrong with that. Unfortunately, the name as a reason, I'm right. I would probably say somebody if you're traveling for the first time to Italy to do the Venice. Florence, and the Rome but for anyone who's looking for a more authentic way of appreciating Italy, then you need to go into some of the regions that are less traveled and as you as one of those, and it is really in a very good location if you really think about it because. I so much to offer from the beaches by good idol. History going back to the Roman history, the lull of our history world or one history that is worse. The front was for World War One and some of the worst battles that were ever fought or along from the car so and these own so. which my husband can talk to you more about you have the Alps and will you can go skiing in the wintertime amazing wine the quiet you're y region is world famous. Now they produce some of Italy's best white wines and the photo of course is quite unique because. Latins. A mixture of different cultures the Australian. The. Italian. So it has for a traveler they can spend easily a week and this particular region. and. Enjoy it without rushing and seeing quite a bit and is not just about lying. It's about so much more and if they wanted to add a week. Of the Australia they ads Vania or they could advantage what did I do not doin? The. Bending on how they want to program their time. Excellent will in what kind of are you gonNA recommend for us. It was one week hurry and it would be centered around the fugitive and essentially in Rio. And some of the key points to keep places that I would recommend would be, of course, the as they would be the capital and then of course. We have also the cheated on the time of she that we have sunshine yearly, which is where my husband's mother comes from. And they're famous for the BUSHEL. And then of course, we do the mountain area could pop into Saudis for example, or we could go into van Saun name and Sony in. Leitch are two towns a really represent how he only that was devastating binary choice in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six in really showcases the people themselves how suffered this major earthquake? Literally As you experience that you were there, I did yesterday what about a thousand people who died back in nineteen seventy, six cents I would say a large portion of region was actually essentially destroyed in Seoul the two towns my wife is referring to there called been solely and Jim Malone and they're very they're close to each other right next to each other one of them is a UNESCO side and that's been. So it's a UNESCO side because it maintained. The original character prior to the earthquake even though it was completely built, but it's very touching in it's very characteristic of the regional freely. So we would definitely recommend it

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Interview with Shyamala Prayaga

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

06:46 min | Last week

Interview with Shyamala Prayaga

"Hello and welcome to the today podcast. I'm your host, Kathleen Mulch and I'm your host Ronald smells our our guest. Today is Shammala Pro Yoga who is the autonomous digital assistant vision lead at Ford High Shinola. Thank you so much for joining us today on today. Thank you so much. It's my pleasure. Yes. Welcome Chamois, and thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at Ford. So. Yeah. I'M GONNA and I'm the frontal known job. You know your aren't complete. So basically, I lead the wishing funded autonomous official assistance the now Newton values cases in what technologies do we need, what kind of experience we need to design, and then bringing it onto the order to find the expedience exempted. So I've been with old saw announced deals. Now on food I will voice box technologies, which is now at all students. On, board with Amazon and that is weird. Mijo. Needed on I will with little up signs once size companies as well. So I've been in the expedience design roller far on mostly two decades now today's about me. Yeah. Well, that's great. Well, you know we do spend a lot of time talking about all these different applications of AI. We call the seven patterns of Ai and we were really excited to have you present. And participate in a panel at our data for a conference which was held live September fourteenth through eighteen, twenty, twenty virtually of course, because everything is virtual but we had you WANNA panel and it was fantastic new shed some really great insights about a especially as it relates to voice assistance and voice and autonomous systems for data, and for those who are listening if you weren't able to attend the event have no worries because. You can still go on and you can access all the content at Data Ai C., O. N. F. DOT COM including chamois panel. So maybe as a preview to encourage those to listen to the whole panel. Chamois, why don't you tell us a little bit about your insights that you have gleaned about using I and the data challenges and some of the other challenges especially in the context of Autonomous Invoice assistance? Yeah. So so basically Voice as. You donate anyone using voices June board noticed agile. The superficial level of poison system is really good. You know when you ask the the assistant to do something, it would answer right. But Dan if you look, there's lot of technologies a lot of different kinds of things going in the background, which kind of makes the assistant waters doing fudd exam. You said play music, veteran recognizing usage music, and understanding the Indian that you meant you want to listen to music who processing eight and then playing the music for you, and then you know natives funding backfield wrist on of these things, acknowledges, and of course, throughout this fish cutting your wise to understand. It to renege does not of data required to understand the national and then of course, you not buying your accounting guide. So there's none of the Dow which needs to be captured throughout when you're designing. Now, I also spoke about like how these voice assistance are limited to. Happy. Use Case is solo voice assistance will officially if you are you know on American with perfect English. But if you know the moment you start having some sort of accident, you know they not as much our diamond, not even the ignites if you how strong accident. So that's another problem. So of course, this dude that challenge they've been handed down from uh specific segment, not the other. Thing especially in the autonomous eighty taints they if you on an automated states is not of background nice but you cannot control. So in those kinds of scenarios, of course, in all the assistance failed ignites, but the users said. So some of the automotive companies they would say instrument the use of Leixoes the window like make sure that business background noise. But then those are not the solutions to simplify the experience of making us Seinfield behalf not of. Their time beyond making improvements everyday. But I still feel like there's more data which is required make expedience use of the US, and that is where you know we spoke about takes and how Imboden is because as we start collecting on all these data than we are getting in, do the tribal seeded as trying to be on those kinds of face? Yeah. You know that's great. I enjoyed that panel so much on the panel we also discussed humanizing privacy Can. You share with our listeners, what this means and Wyatt? So important yeah. Glad you asked him that question also writing a book about this topic, which will come in twenty twenty, one call humanizing privacy so like I mentioned. It takes his on about principle integrity fairness and responsibility dry, and then you know into would be as will. But if you look at these assistance, the biggest challenges you know are great. But then the moment that comes to do is not of issues. For example, you know like it has been so many news at Alex saw Google has been regard late listening to other things. Other reasons they were not supposed to not for pressing for the other reason. So they will those kind of leaks which has happened and even if. You know like when you first buy your device on renewables `integrated. Donate, adopt your device. You would have Johnson conditions and everything in place but then who reads the domes and conditions to know Lakewood did I actually, what do you are starting on what they are using to fulfill specifically quiz no-one really does and that is where the biggest thing is although the companies are trying to cover legally they are covering in a way which is not used as human center and I believe in Ruin ising rival. See because I feel like privacy is the stepping stone towards trust if used those feel lake, this company has the right kind of takes the ad being responsible being the being honest. The Indy Vega behalf dignity than of course, in all people will want to use it in how we do that. So I believe that it's not just the responsibility of legal or you know alike general counsel to design some Johnson conditions concerns on these the. But I believe that business something where you know that it has to be more things we need to be humanizing the entire thing privacy as fake.

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Interview with Shyamala Prayaga

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

06:46 min | Last week

Interview with Shyamala Prayaga

"Hello and welcome to the today podcast. I'm your host, Kathleen Mulch and I'm your host Ronald smells our our guest. Today is Shammala Pro Yoga who is the autonomous digital assistant vision lead at Ford High Shinola. Thank you so much for joining us today on today. Thank you so much. It's my pleasure. Yes. Welcome Chamois, and thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at Ford. So. Yeah. I'M GONNA and I'm the frontal known job. You know your aren't complete. So basically, I lead the wishing funded autonomous official assistance the now Newton values cases in what technologies do we need, what kind of experience we need to design, and then bringing it onto the order to find the expedience exempted. So I've been with old saw announced deals. Now on food I will voice box technologies, which is now at all students. On, board with Amazon and that is weird. Mijo. Needed on I will with little up signs once size companies as well. So I've been in the expedience design roller far on mostly two decades now today's about me. Yeah. Well, that's great. Well, you know we do spend a lot of time talking about all these different applications of AI. We call the seven patterns of Ai and we were really excited to have you present. And participate in a panel at our data for a conference which was held live September fourteenth through eighteen, twenty, twenty virtually of course, because everything is virtual but we had you WANNA panel and it was fantastic new shed some really great insights about a especially as it relates to voice assistance and voice and autonomous systems for data, and for those who are listening if you weren't able to attend the event have no worries because. You can still go on and you can access all the content at Data Ai C., O. N. F. DOT COM including chamois panel. So maybe as a preview to encourage those to listen to the whole panel. Chamois, why don't you tell us a little bit about your insights that you have gleaned about using I and the data challenges and some of the other challenges especially in the context of Autonomous Invoice assistance? Yeah. So so basically Voice as. You donate anyone using voices June board noticed agile. The superficial level of poison system is really good. You know when you ask the the assistant to do something, it would answer right. But Dan if you look, there's lot of technologies a lot of different kinds of things going in the background, which kind of makes the assistant waters doing fudd exam. You said play music, veteran recognizing usage music, and understanding the Indian that you meant you want to listen to music who processing eight and then playing the music for you, and then you know natives funding backfield wrist on of these things, acknowledges, and of course, throughout this fish cutting your wise to understand. It to renege does not of data required to understand the national and then of course, you not buying your accounting guide. So there's none of the Dow which needs to be captured throughout when you're designing. Now, I also spoke about like how these voice assistance are limited to. Happy. Use Case is solo voice assistance will officially if you are you know on American with perfect English. But if you know the moment you start having some sort of accident, you know they not as much our diamond, not even the ignites if you how strong accident. So that's another problem. So of course, this dude that challenge they've been handed down from uh specific segment, not the other. Thing especially in the autonomous eighty taints they if you on an automated states is not of background nice but you cannot control. So in those kinds of scenarios, of course, in all the assistance failed ignites, but the users said. So some of the automotive companies they would say instrument the use of Leixoes the window like make sure that business background noise. But then those are not the solutions to simplify the experience of making us Seinfield behalf not of. Their time beyond making improvements everyday. But I still feel like there's more data which is required make expedience use of the US, and that is where you know we spoke about takes and how Imboden is because as we start collecting on all these data than we are getting in, do the tribal seeded as trying to be on those kinds of face? Yeah. You know that's great. I enjoyed that panel so much on the panel we also discussed humanizing privacy Can. You share with our listeners, what this means and Wyatt? So important yeah. Glad you asked him that question also writing a book about this topic, which will come in twenty twenty, one call humanizing privacy so like I mentioned. It takes his on about principle integrity fairness and responsibility dry, and then you know into would be as will. But if you look at these assistance, the biggest challenges you know are great. But then the moment that comes to do is not of issues. For example, you know like it has been so many news at Alex saw Google has been regard late listening to other things. Other reasons they were not supposed to not for pressing for the other reason. So they will those kind of leaks which has happened and even if. You know like when you first buy your device on renewables `integrated. Donate, adopt your device. You would have Johnson conditions and everything in place but then who reads the domes and conditions to know Lakewood did I actually, what do you are starting on what they are using to fulfill specifically quiz no-one really does and that is where the biggest thing is although the companies are trying to cover legally they are covering in a way which is not used as human center and I believe in Ruin ising rival. See because I feel like privacy is the stepping stone towards trust if used those feel lake, this company has the right kind of takes the ad being responsible being the being honest. The Indy Vega behalf dignity than of course, in all people will want to use it in how we do that. So I believe that it's not just the responsibility of legal or you know alike general counsel to design some Johnson conditions concerns on these the. But I believe that business something where you know that it has to be more things we need to be humanizing the entire thing privacy as fake.

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Camila Russo: The Defiant  Laying Bare the Story of Ethereum

Epicenter

06:17 min | Last week

Camila Russo: The Defiant Laying Bare the Story of Ethereum

"Lows two jobs. When did you first hear about a theory? In twenty seventeen Crypto for Bloomberg the first time was when I grow kind of one of the first stories on ICO's for Bloomberg and I remember just like trying to wrap my head around what these things were. It's like Bitcoin, but it's different vigil currencies on Anyone can issue them on. They're on top of the other blockchain cerium and you know I was coming at crypto coverage from. A markets perspective. So I didn't have a lot of technical knowledge about how blockchain's worker crypto were or anything I. I understood the value proposition of bitcoin from having a cover like Argentina land but that was my extent of knowledge of it. So it was like writing that first. ICO. Story was I think when I, I started looking at a theorem for the first time, and then just like as I kept covering the space is for the rest of two thousand seventeen I started to learn more and more about understood. Okay. Syria is team like. But whites valuable. It's because it's it tries to be more flexible than than Bitcoin, and that's why it's easier for people to issue all these different tokens on top of it and so. That's kind of seeing all of this kind of frenzy around ICO's on these tokens on this like millions of dollars worrying in I was like there's something here you know. This kind of decentralized way of raising money and ethereal kind of the platform ebeling this. Back. In January, we interviewed Steve Kokinos and Sylvia mccully of Al and during our conversation, we talked about how unique design makes it easy for developers to build sophisticated applications on their platform. So what's great about Algorithm beyond the fact that it's fast, it's secure it scales and it has instant finality is the fact that they've designed Allaire one protocol with primitives that are purpose built for define. So what that means is that they've taken some of the most common things that people do with smart contracts and they've embedded them right in the system right in the layer one. So things like issuing tokens atomic transfers, these are built into the layer. One spark contracts are first class citizens on all grant. So with these essential building blocks at your disposal, you can build fast insecure defy APPs in no time. To learn more about what Al brings to the table and how to get started, I would encourage you to check out algren dot com slash epicenter that lets them know that you heard about it from us and it takes you where you need to go to learn about their tech. And what that we'd like to Algorithm for supporting the PODCAST? What point do you does one? Say I'M GONNA write a book about something that's never something that's ever crossed my mind or I think a lot of people's minds. What point you do you decide to write a book and then what is the process I mean forget about the process of writing the book. But like what's the process of figuring out what kind of book you WanNa Right because you could have written this book in all I mean it's very. Descriptive account of what happens it's mostly in the third person, you could have written a fiction you know you could have written. First hand account of your interviews what was the process for the creative process? I guess figuring out the of book you wanted to write. For background I always wanted to write a book like that's been kind of a goal of mine forever I got into journalism because I like writing I guess like growing up. One of my favorite books was in cold blood by Truman Capote and I think you know that was the first time I realized while you. You can write about real life like nonfiction in a way that reads like a novel and that to me was really powerful because. To journalism and especially business journalism, which is usually so dry. I found that okay stories can make vs very kind of complex dry concepts come alive if you tell them in the right way and so getting the the example from. Truman capote and then especially Michael Lewis exile. Kate while like this is a really powerful way of speaking about nonfiction and obviously I love fiction it's it's what I personally read the most. I disliked you know if I was ever to write a book, I would want to provided like value to readers by bringing something from the real world and making it. And read like story because I just thought you know there's like so many interesting stories in the real world you know that needs to be highlighted. So why should I like go on invent another story for my own imagination they're already so much to tell in real life at some point. I think it was probably when you get into the Bloomberg internship, they give you like of recommended readings and one of them was Michael Lewis Books I think it was liar's poker and so when I read that book, I, was like, okay like I need to find that story that I can pick up until like Michael. Lewis. His folks. So I was like always on the lookout for that like what can the story that I can tell in this way like in a something I can make into a nonfiction novel. And I think with Crypto was kind of the first time that I thought. Okay. This is this is where I needed to find my story to tell. I meant to say fictionally, I'm interested like a dramatized version like something a little bit more like. Of course, you could make fiction of the story of a theory, but like a something akin to the bitcoin billionaires book right whereas like this kind of more dramatized version of the facts. But like the way you wrote the book is like this very kind of factual account. It reads like a novel it does read like a story, but it's like very factual thing based on your interviews based on your conversations. When you're reading it you really get the idea like this is how things happened.

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"The. World Twenty, four hours a day Bloomberg dot com on the Bloomberg business APP and Bloomberg quick tape. This is Bloomberg radio. Bronco Book World Headquarters I'm Charlie Pellett. It was a down day on wall. Street. Stocks slumped airlines and hotels particularly hard hit amid signs. World economy has a long way to go to get back on track sound of the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange. Almost four shares fell on the S. and P. Five hundred index for everyone the gained the tech heavy Nasdaq gauges dropped from a record intra-day high in the afternoon, a losing session there at or near session lows as he slumped thirty four points down one point one percent Nasdaq retreating from yesterday's record down eighty nine points a drop of nine tenths of one percent, the dow down. Three hundred ninety, six points, Dow one and a half percent. Lot of those losses really coming in the past fifteen minutes of trading the tenure of twelve thirty seconds with a yield point six, three percent gold up twelve dollars the ounce up seven tenths of one percents seventeen, ninety, seven, the ounce and West Texas intermediate crude down seven tenths of one percent, forty dollars and thirty five cents a barrel lot of concerns about the US economy and the potential rebound as four that rebound and how long it might take Mad Hannah's portfolio manager with summit global investments. He was our guest moments ago right here on Bloomberg BusinessWeek. We all hope for shape recovery by. History doesn't early provide from such a recovery for campus even at Bogor. Financial Crisis took five years to go from ten percent unemployment to six percent You know we're sitting at

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GOOD PODS DON'T HAVE LONG NAMES

07:56 min | 4 months ago

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"Back in a minute a we we bought a url we bought what's felt fat hairy and gross dot Com. Now, we now own it. Check it out. Yep We're. Actually. discuss. Rog. Like a group photo with our shirts off. Why Chat? Chat relent. Relent, we do this every week for the penises just just for the content it's a it's a great way to just get solid content and agree with a two thousand. So. Memento odds good I've seen it. I not fucking tell you anything because it's been. So long since I've seen I haven't seen it guessing swordfish is GonNa be on this list. John the Illinois swordfish should be on this list because of one scene. Hundred pursue. A monster's ball swordfish but. This list is essentially him going over to your shelf and grabbing an armful of. And then go back. That's that's from good to best. That's why all these lists that people make are all. It's all subjective. So. See, and here's the thing. Did I think up? Was a good movie for sure? Would I have put it in here? I don't know these are all the twenties you're talking twenty seven movies over the course of ten years. Yeah. I don't know about. Broom, I. Love. That movie I it's good. So one of the craziest things about this movie that you would never know unless he went back. No music. At all nothing a lousy remained so good. I. Love that movie but I didn't I did not realize it uncomfortable until it does make it uncomfortable. I didn't realize that I'd watch the entire fucking thing and then I somebody had said and I went back and I was like Jesus Christ there is no music at this entire moving what's the most you ever loss on a coin toss Would at the extremely. Don't put it back in your pocket off to wash up to its. Yeah. You've not. You've never seen. How the tables have turned we made for movies and you need to fucking watch and now, and now I'm sitting here fucking giving you will this. SHORTLIST DOT COM only movies I'M Only twenty seven movies I've seen in my life. All. Thousand. In two thousand all I did was watch super bad over American. I she said interesting social environment experiment experiment that said spearmint I'll spearmint gum. I is this social experiment. It's a, it's a podcast but I appreciate it Let's not make so no country for old men. That's great. Another thing about their well. Okay. No one else will give a shit Paula. No what I'm pretty sure on the radio had fan here RADIOHEAD, sucks There will be blood. That entire soundtrack was Johnny. Green is a major these guys like The guy from fountains away and he did so much work on fuck and movies that. died. Yeah. Yeah so much shit. So good. I. Forgot about that. You're speaking the departed. Yup I watched that movie I've seen at least five times a wild back story for watching that movie then off the air. when Mark Wahlberg shows up at the end. And Kills Matt Damon Spoiled Girl's Horny. She has asked us to take her out. Yeah. No No, WE'RE GONNA. We're gonNA keep our pathetic Dick's pants. She's only talking to. Get it get it. Impressive than say. Next, so fast, put it on that shoulder doing. So talking to that microphone. Talking that. number three gladiator. I, will I fucking love Glenys he's probably seen gladiator in your at at your house and see willing at least. At least twenty times. To are you sure was glad you're not to destroy strike hey ads Hayes, we only got. I've heard a lot of gladiator but troy troy to after after we're done here we should go through just real quick and put like a movie or two that isn't on this list. What charades may maybe later maybe later. We gotta get through this list I. So Number Two word of the rings, the return of the king is that the last one? The last one is. Number three I've only seen those movies Bella shipped two towers return. I've only seen them all one time. Can I say something real quick the other day two weeks ago. I. Said I WanNa Watch the all the Lord of the rings he was kind of a crappy crappy deals like I'm just gonNA spend an entire Sunday watching all the Lord of the Rings. NETFLIX's only has two and three on there. Yeah. That's how they get you and you told me. What I want I want to bitch about it again because I had the entire box that here it is here and I just couldn't I just WANNA drive drunk at Neil could. You traded me these movies I might. pissed me off anyway. So when Winter Netflix's Gains. So when it to Greece I watched. Fellowship two towers. Fuck. You guys know that I've gone. That's awesome and on the way back I did the hobbits were those movies and Hetero. Or they on your. IPAD okay. What's number one? What's number one and number one? Dollars let's take a guess there night dark knight. Dark. Knight. Dad is amazing. I. Remember seeing that and after leaving the theater going that we would just changed my life. Changed I remember saying that. I was drunk. Remember when we first started this podcast in the for seventeen episodes were just about the joker. And we. Bring it back like here's the deal dude that performance of joker was like creepy right? Nothing fucking touches. Yeah. He flutters job. Did you see the thing where it said that heath letters joker was almost a good guy. Now, seeing the whole the whole half, the mobs money a stall their money. Basically shut them down. But I mean he did try to blow up a hospital. Okay. Everybody has shit up he killed his girlfriend listen. It's not necessarily. No is entire life story here Paul I just I'm saying things that happened in the movie anyway. Okay. It's all move pass it very. Bad Shit. You, fucking. b-a-e-n. What was the Third Dark Knight Rises? Stone is really good too. I thought it was policier Bain impression. No. Come on. It's not good. It's really good. What's his name Hardee's Hardy Hardy Yeah That's Dick. I had no idea that. That was Tom Hardy. Longtime after I saw that movie Hey all under a quick you WanNa see a good time hardy movie watch Bronson Dude Watch. Jail Hints. starcraft. fucking. How far or am I out of my mind figure out of your mind, hold on what was the movie that he was in with shall booth lawless lawless was fuck it should have been on that was a great fucking you. Didn't movie came out after twenty. This you know what he's asking if we're live streaming live streaming. I mean the only thing relies for his share but no, it's all recorded and then released in afterwards. Not The video hopefully this week last two weeks we've not released. We had some the fact that super beds not on this list. Is the. dumbest thing. I've ever seen him, I agree and if we made this list, there will be there might be twenty six different movies on there now you know. And I do? Yeah. He was in Fucking Star Trek Nemesis there you go. There you're. You're told, how do you not last week? You never seen a movie and now you know some obscure Tom Hardy move. That's why he was late again. Finished Up Star Trek. While you're trying to redeem myself for every time. I sound like a fucking idiot on need to it's impossible for me to have. Before.

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07:47 min | 4 months ago

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"Only is some portion is that why you love Nascar though? No, I mean when I was younger, you watch for the crashes or you want Zander I wanted to see crash now actually like if I watch it, I actually like that the racing part of it I. Gotcha. So, this is supposed to they're supposed to do it on Saturday now. Yeah. So it's called the Crew Dragon Demo to it was intended to launch on May twenty seventh twenty twenty from Kennedy. Space Center launch was scrubbed due to unfavourable weather conditions. NASA and SPACEX are testing a backup launch window on Saturday may thirtieth twenty twenty. Those fucking targeting there was there was a tornado and that's the name that Ian must change his son's name to. What he did crew Dragon Demo Right. Yes class. Yeah this is actually This will be the first manned space x watch this as. The first crew dragon flake grew yeah I. is the the Crew Dragon, the name of the ship because they might have gone off on other rockets. Accents. Giving right here. Is. This they've absolutely to in my. I swear they've taken people to the space station. Haven't I. Don't know I thought that was they were all like shooting out of the Ukraine or something. Yeah but I. I don't know I'd have to look more into it. yes. So these guys that are going up Douglas Hurley and Robert Benjamin. Backup Kerr. They do one gets fucking Roberts going to get the poops. Space. I'm trying to think there was a backup crew on that ended up. I WANNA. See flying one of the What we're all the moon missions the Apollo missions. I think one of the backup crews and of doing it because one of the main crews got in and didn't burnt alive or some shit. Yep that sounds about right. I don't think Tom Hanks is in that movie. Was it a movie yeah. What movie? Whatever apology Oh, we've never been Bloomberg. Flatter Without Standing Kubrick, listen I'm trying to eight listen I know what might flatter society people don't don't listen podcast but I gotta keep my cover. Okay. He's trolling her I want to summarize. Your flatter trolling yes. He's trolling the flat earth. Movement, he's the opposite of that. He's he's Flat of their trolling strong I'm here and I'm I'm part of a fifteen thousand persons drunk flutter for grew fury's. But I had to read a paragraph. I wanted to be a part of it. I was writing saying, this is the. First Manned. Space out of lower, throw it since. Space Shuttle Program ended in this this dude that's going up Douglas early I he was on sds one, thirty five, which was the last space shuttle Flight Pretty handsome man it is weird that it's a private thing out of government sending So to government government funded bill. Okay. Yeah. But. spacex no profitability outside of private contracts or government funding. Yeah. But when you say NASA you don't think of Fuckin- Eline mosque right? That's pretty awesome. Right but they spacex bid. So the way I believe works is NASA goes cool. We got a contractor we're doing this thing right other sending people the Space Station and we're sending people outside over going to the Moon We're GONNA take bids and space x bids and blue origin bids and you. La Bids and they take whoever? Didn't Lance. Bass. Tried to go to space couple of years ago. Fifteen years ago I think he's just trying to get that people magazine. Taken on facebook marketplace. Also. Signed I have no I have no idea. I think that's just a random person trying to sell that one. Yeah. Yeah it's amazing. Would you ask her out of space one hundred percent now wouldn't either us another is a service. Know what when you die you wouldn't go to space. Would you dive miles in the ocean? Absolutely if I knew I live well. Yeah. That's just it if. Guaranteed to my safety. Yeah. It's a video game I just like start over right right? Yes. There's certain risk that I'm willing to take so. WHERE DO I. Do I respond. Yeah. That's a serious question. You'd be like you do that one thing we do like a shitty save point. Yeah. You keep responding before guy. Going to start the whole fucking game over live therapy, right? Yeah. I definitely would have space unless it was like, Hey, I'm not going to be the first person to go to space. You know what I mean like. You mean by that. So when they first put somebody in space, that's like such a like right now, it's a lot less risky than it was. What was the what was the name of the chimp that went the space? Was All bubbles was it bubbles I don't remember is I know what you're talking about don't know there's a dog that with the space deal. You know what I mean like the the risk of the first person that flew like a commercial airplane I. Think Bubbles was Michael Jackson's. Blanket oh no no blanket was his kid. He now I fucking now I D say so serious. mind. That it was sort of South Park with Michael. Jackson. Is very good. The cartoon ignorant. Ignorant blanket gross. Now, looking up a bunch of old space missions and shit. WanNa see if I'm right or wrong in the whole backup crew. There is a an astronaut that was on the the first moon mission that was Michigan anything which astronaut was that. Neil Armstrong. Buzz Aldrin. Together to that video buzz Aldrin punched in the face I think it was a flatter. It was who said he was like A hoaxer guy you know. Or was it buzz Aldrin or is it? One of the two but he definitely punch him in the face because he said he didn't go to the. Moon. As kind of like. The kind that. Attack and harass Oldman no man, the guy, the astronauts punch people. Okay. Listen. I. Give you part of the flatter society and not believe that the earth is round. Come again. Now, believe, the earth is a bottle. We looking up here guys. Let me was Apollo one. All right. Okay. Alfred listeners don't care yet. Don't. Like. The ten minutes and find out if there was a backup crew. Thing that we talked about ways uphill. I'm sorry. I. Don't give a fuck. They're always Mexico's Michigan. Hate listeners sorry. This I'm ready I'm being selfish tonight I'm I was trying to acquire some more knowledge. Welcome everybody. This is the good pies don't have. We're going to ask you some questions about this. You'd better know your shit. Yeah for sure tune. In what year did Apollo one go to the week to the Apollo. Of the politics. Policy we we do all all space all night all the way until July fourth. The Apollo, sessions. Yeah. Holy Mother Fucker Oh. There's were they burned up. guessing they no open casket for these guys. Have you guys ever seen the recent movie with What's his face? The good looking guy clue crews now fuck clooney. Nick Age? It's about Neil, Armstrong? Oh Mandy Ryan, gosling. What's that called though Apol-. No, it was just a simple simple title. Isn't it? Yeah. It didn't.

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03:36 min | 6 months ago

"dot com" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Dot com which is pretty interesting some very very serious and intelligent people over there with all kinds of excellent backgrounds they say reported cases of this flu don't include people who may have the flu excuse me the virus but have not yet been diagnosed because its incubation period is two to fourteen days the number of people have been infected could substantially exceed the numbers have been a diagnosed and I would have because everyone's not tested as well they say also the vast majority of people who contract the virus X. experience only mild or no symptoms many of them may never be diagnosed this means that the count of reported cases further understates the actual number of people who've been infected if every twenty twenty study in the journal of the American medical association based on data from China which of course is problematic one eighty one percent of reported cases are mild a rare case in which a symptomatic cases can be counted as the diamond princess cruise ship and a lot of people focused on this expert since all passenger passengers every one of them was tested among those tested positive fifty one percent didn't have symptoms when they were tested the number of those people who later develop symptoms is currently unavailable conversely the number of people who've ever been infected may greatly exceed the number who are still infected growing numbers of people who were once diagnosed with the virus have recovered and the count of those who were unknowingly infected and have in fact we cover it is mostly I mean is likely enormous in March twenty twenty paper in the journal microbes and infection notes that most infected individuals appear to be able to recover with little or no medical intervention March twenty twenty paper in the pediatric infectious disease journal states preliminary evidence suggests children are just as likely as adults we contract the virus but they are less likely to be symptomatic and even those who diagnosed infections typically recover in one to two weeks the upshot of all this is that the number of people who are actively infected and contagious is lower than the total of reported and undiagnosed cases now we've been talking about this for a week after week after week now what's the point of that the point of that yes the death rate the death rate all you're getting now is an absolute number something like thirteen thousand right now you're getting an absolute number you don't know what that means there's no contacts with these other illnesses and diseases that cause death which I've been trying to provide and what is put next to a number that says diagnosed cases that is an extremely misleading if not dishonest comparable because there's nothing comfortable about it there's a diagnose cases so we have about two million people slightly under two million people who've been tested in the entire country we have approximately thirteen thousand who are said to have died from this disease this virus they have also explain how the numbers of the deaths are being calculated this is not to say I've probably said this a trillion times obviously I am emphasizing about over and over again that you should be careful that you should mitigate in your own lives that it isn't serious it is serious it's particularly seriously for the elderly and those with these morbidities we've talked about it over and over and over again.

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The Naturist Living Show

01:54 min | 6 months ago

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"Episode of Nature Sitting Show Close Free Dot Com Episode at the nature's living show is brought to you by barracks family. Nature's Park Fair Oaks. We offer traditional nature values in a modern sat in your body your www dot karaoke dot. Welcome to you're listening episode. One hundred fifteen of the natures living show. My name is Stefan dish. And I'm your host for this.

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Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:21 min | 7 months ago

"dot com" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Dot com has struck again now let's say in two hundred fifty one days the ultimate jury which is we the American people they decide to reelect Donald Trump and the the all these networks and fake news network CNN and conspiracy TV MSNBC they have to say that what magical words we can now project Donald J. trump has been re elected the forty fifth president of the United States they're going to lose their minds it is a if you think twenty sixteen was bad it is going to be worse I don't think they you know was missing in all this they they there's there's a lack of understanding of anything outside of DC New York LA and San Francisco really comes down to that and a contempt for any reveals itself at times you know smelly trump supporting Walmart shoppers an irredeemable deplorables and you know they cling to their god and their second amendment rights their bibles and religion and they're angry they they there is a deep contempt for we the people that voted for Donald Trump they hate us well I mean they do and the question is will it be fixed will exchange I'm not sure it will change unless we do more videos like this John I mean that this is you gotta catch criminals work you got it inform the people people people have to see in images transfixed people's emotions in a way that works do not I mean everyone of this right now I've got a ball the blue checkmark reports are are sending the tweets this is outrageous it is are either in the right to be a socialised with what are you saying is fundamentally true detective the whole I don't even know what the people believe in Shonda is it is it selling Disney products objects in Marvel comic books do they believe in supporting information do they care about what the voters you're like really profound things this guy is saying that he's telling the truth look look look at the comments think about this James okay look at Michael Bloomberg I could teach anybody to be a farm right these anyone here to be a farmer it destructive dig a hole drop a seed cover it with dirt put some water on it not pop your court and I'm thinking wow it is that is that there's a level of sheer arrogance and total complete ignorance at and then taking it a step further well today's world requires a lot more gray matter I think wow is that what you think of the sophisticated chemistry and science that goes into agriculture and farming today because man you're out of touch I hear it I see I hear I hear it and and all I can say is that the only way we're going to solve this problem is for people to see and hear what is happening inside these news sources tell me inside the washing clothes they were all crying to say that trump got elected there crime that doesn't surprise you I'm sure what is the deal what if we could hear what they were saying and I know that these people out there looking for program I know that you're out there hi James o'keefe as always thank you for being with us project veritas dot com Hannity dot com as the link and we'll show you the important parts of his investigative report tonight on Hannity nine eastern on.

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NewsRadio KFBK

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"dot com" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Dot com has a place to help kick started download the booking dot com app and book your resolution today traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Bob Williams news ninety three point one KFBK currently it's twenty degrees in north Lake Tahoe and thirty seven degrees in Folsom you listen to news ninety three point one K. it became okay let's get over Alber **** our technical producer and get some news from your neighborhood good morning good morning good morning hope you all had a great weekend very nice thank you yeah mine was as well right so this is coming out of the Roseville press Tribune plaster counties unemployment rate is remaining low according to the state employment development department plaster county jobless rate in November was two point eight percent that's the eleventh best amongst the fifty eight counties in California very consistent with national numbers after the third banks here they're doing well there the hill reporting this morning former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg saw a six point Bomp in the latest hill Harris sex survey of democratic presidential prime is a national poll money talks he's up from five percent to eleven percent tied with Elizabeth Warren well I mean he spent I don't know how many millions of dollars okay as of last week a hundred and fifty one million yeah I remember that vividly and I saw all kinds of ads for him over the weekend watching football I mean he was plastered all over every Friday someone else is that it will be very spending thanks to his secret secret weapon in California booted jets run yes a thirty six year old Silicon Valley power player that he's connected to raising money in this state for him his her name is Swati my love our pool bar through and she is they they knew each other from Harvard and they're both Rhodes scholars they've known each other like half their lives okay friends from way back and so she's a power player in Silicon Valley and has helped his campaign raise like seventy six million dollars you know who's reporting that this morning on that is out of the Los Angeles Times so you know you get the impression because at such a young age he is so well connected right I mean he got he got hammered in the last debate in southern California because it was it wasn't even the one party up in was out he's so connect you don't get that connected at such a young age running for president unless you've set the table quite awhile ago why don't you just run into rich people I'm not connected in particular to California he has a lot of friends here not on helping him raise money I mean I remember when he first started coming to California and and both of us were like why is he here all the time and now we now I mean he has a ton of friends here Silicon Valley welded and we're gonna wait mayor of west Sacramento was just going to go there among his friends Christopher cobalt in the mayor of west Sacramento know Christ in very interesting okay a clearly Iran is is the big story and boy we said it Friday and it happened that we expected there there would be a number of developments on this story all we can long and there were right so the funeral for the top running in general killed by US forces taking place tens of thousands flooding the streets in a rhyme we've got a live report on all the latest developments coming up in three minutes local news Caltrans is trying to determine how the breaking news sinking now on news ninety three point one K. U. K. girls involved whether you call in snow.

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

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"Mortgage got to face this as i know this one i know nothing about the bronco the ford bronco very go it had been around since 1966 but following declining sales and the infamous 1994 car chase by o j simpson and al cowlings to la ford replaced it in ninety ninety six with the expedition the crazy news is that ford announced last january that they will be bringing back the ford bronco in 2020 said yet get one the og aniversary addition lewis early goes fifteen miles per hour crazy all right science and tak or arts and literature science and tech initially named a one point five billion dollar blunder at this telescope was launched into space in 1998 and began transmitting in transmitting image is back to earth including the deepest images of the universe ever recorded i will get either my questions are getting eerie we were arte we were cognizant human beings during this town with one here career able to use the bathroom and everything at this point last one art and literature f f you may be thought this 1995 movie starring alicia silverstone as a beverly hills high school student who dabbles in matchmaking was just that team flack but it's actually based on a jane austen novel emma clueless that's eight that's right and if you ever movie if you love the movie clueless like i know you do then you're gonna wanna read our coworker life's but yeah jan cheney is the wife of a coworker of ours and she wrote.

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02:13 min | 3 years ago

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"Was it to a store in west store guess is the highest grossing movie of 1995 fund fact ninety five ninety five in the original plot woody was the villain who picked on all the other toys until they've revolted and he really toy story forest slated for relief in 2019 all right pro your turn uh let's go history history all right and as you remember histories are always based on time person of the year while the times person of the year list is usually dominated by political leaders the 1990s south three ceos make the list i'll give you a hint as to who they were by the titles of their books are you ready okay call me ted ted turner yet 1991 only the paranoid survive go founder entered into grove or steve jobs now one of the two andy grove interafghan ceo of intel is the person most responsible for microchips being awesome now the third person who won hasn't actually written a book yet but you can learn all about him by reading the everything store jeff bezos other tough wires looking for a jack russell on all right that leaves geography art and literature science intact sports and leisure geography eric in 1999 control of the panama canal was fully transferred over to panama from what country i have no idea united states he was he was a leader ricardo negotiated low we were the first to succeed in building the plant panama canal in 1914 we weren't the first to try so the french took on the effort in between eighty one they ultimately failed after spending two hundred and sixty million dollars on the project and losing twenty thousand lives tropical diseases and in its overall that 25000 people died building the panama canal pleasant all right your term brow sports negative after becoming the most famous sports and leisure user land after becoming the most famous getaway car in history in the nineties ford ended up discontinuing this line of trucks in 1998.

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

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"In hindsight you're going to have all these horror stories from the ninety nine point nine percent of companies that didn't make it and then you have investors that had that lost a ton of money on those and that scars on through a whole nother generation but the but the car industry itself changed the world and changed how we live and the internet did the same thing even if along the way it burned not just a few people but most if not almost everyone who partook in it so that's that's kind of the risk of new industries is even when you can identify this industry is going to change how we live identifying the specific company i don't wanna say needle in the haystack but close to it that's gonna be the survivor is incredibly difficult to do and if you are going to play that game i think preparing yourself that the success rate of these companies that are going to not only survive but thrive for decades after it is in the single digit percentage uh you know for in in in in terms of of successors david garner as one who is not only good at identifying company's earn and do well but more importantly i think he has the disposition to deal with the loss rate that comes along with identifying new industries and and he would be uh it's not that he's happy about it but i think he has the dips disposition to be okay if half the companies in his portfolio do extremely poorly knowing that one or two are going to do really well and drive that portion was portfolio warren buffett and famously stayed out of all this said it wasn't remark circled competence i'm not going to buy these type of stocks but i remember him saying the internet is going to be very good for consumers i don't think it's going to be all that great for most investors but if it is true to change our lives but a lot of investors it didn't do much for them i mean you could we could sit here come up with ten companies are probably.

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02:04 min | 3 years ago

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"But then september eleventh game and i think that changed a lot i remember being the company in and david gardner saying there's some things you can't predict when you're running a business in one of them as terrorist attacks by laar we also required to talk about the aol time warner as we sit here in the timelife building it is we are the timelife building which is crazy have through 'cause i bet feels like such an iconic moment of the dotcom bubble too well 1999 hale was a tenth biggest publicly traded company in the country gin we all had their floppy discs and cdrom got mail you've got may it was a movie starring tom hanks and make ryan i mean come on they're quite literally so what made the bubble burst in addition to september eleven that's one of the big things to were talking about the crash of eighty seven and even the crushing '19 1912 1929 where there's not one specific event that you can pinpoint in the newspaper on the day the stock market peaked and said this is what caused it it's just things kinda get out of control and i think one enough when enough people start to question what they're doing and enough people start whispering to their coworkers and their cousins of their neighbours like hey this is this is starting to get pretty crazy i think those moods can shift pretty quickly and then and then it just snowballs just as fast and reverse as it did on the way up so you don't need that much momentum on the way down before enough people throwing throwing the towel and then just as you know momentum you know just as buying begets more buying on the way up selling does the same thing on the way down so stocks peaked in march of two thousand and a lot of you'll have gone back and said why march two thousand what happened at this time there's really not any specific event that really triggered it beyond just people's moods and attitudes changing in wasn't till you know 18 or some odd months later that nine eleven hit that's a specific event obviously that took the economy in the stock market down a whole nother level but before that it was it was it was really just kind of a big change in moods know there were some vents of.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

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"So it was just kind of a a big party of money getting thrown around at the time yet vc money these investors had had a ton of money to invest didn't really know how to deploy very effectively and then you had a lot of legitimate innovation that brought in a lot of other entrepreneurs that maybe thought they were innovating but really when really doing that much has had so much momentum in the industry that it's collected a lot of money which is a long way of saying yes there was a lot of money burning going at the time and movies he also seems like such a virtuous circle or not virtuous if depending on who you are how you feel about it where it's like i met tech entrepreneur and now i'm going to be on easy and invest i might add other tech entrepeneurship just keeps going and going going all right sell the internet it's going to be the next big thing everyone's investing in it at the same time the molly full is getting swept out in this now we're going through right along with everyone else we've talked about us of previous episodes i joined in ninety nine at the motley four we haven't when we are not in one hundred fifty employees at one point we were over 400 and then things changed in your vote tell the bottom where we were rick like seventy people are so something like that yeah and i'll say living through that one thing that is a part of this in terms of the stock market and how bad it got part of it was the september eleven th attacks happened in two thousand one and were you you you could look at some things for for example two thousand and one small cap stocks actually did pretty well it was the tech stops stocks that were suffering but you could look elsewhere in the stock market and find good returns.

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

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"And so much of the gain in that way back to what we were saying earlier was really just a handful of companies yahu cisco allow sent lucent this a few companies that were worth hundreds of billions of dollars and that that we're really driving the driving the bulk of that so when you think of the dotcombubble i do think of the foods ball table i think of the cool northern california company to work far and and people of their leadership giving a everyone stock options and we're all getting it rich while playing foods ball together it if most of those companies never even go public and they just burned private investment yeah the other thing that happened at the same time of this was kind of the birth of vc investing in the vc is a pretty young industry a good example this phil knight who is the founder and ceo of nike wrote a really good memoir recently means talking about running night nike in the 1970s and his only source of capital was bank loans because there was no vc industry back then even as nike was growing a 100 percent to 100 percent per year there were no vc investors to fund him and it it wasn't until the 80s an early midnineties vc as an industry really got its act together and and and started raising enough money that they could go out and seed all these new tech companies and i think because of that it was just like a big hurrah among entrepreneurs who uh and and and the vyc's themselves that really didn't have a good idea of what they were doing at this time because the industry itself was so young there wasn't a lot of generational knowledge that was passed on by their by their supervisors and past generations of investors.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

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"And every time i would call cucolo people would say i don't need you i'm doing better all on my own which is not something you could say even in the late eighties because you needed a broker tobias stock but that was tickets back to how things just changed so much that you didn't need financial vise or the also looking back and two people were doing well because they were concentrated in tech stocks once the downturn came they probably didn't do so and what so so many people did when they could start investing on their own was not investing on their own but day trading on their own rights kind of the first adoration of hey i can it i don't need a stockbroker i can do is by myself and let's ask anyone's permission what am i going to do these are not by and hold investors yes as the whole concept of day tradings kinda born in the 1990s when here's your etrade account or td ameritrade datek that was one of the big ones rain his here's your day take account what are you going to do you're just going to trade stocks all day and because there was so much momentum in tech stocks there were just going up day after day after day that mit just made the concept of day trading that much more enticing not only had the opportunity to date trade but hey maybe you could double your money a day or week but it does drouin all kinds of people who had no idea what they're doing or no business doing then early of year the bespoke investment group published a table of the composition of the sectors the sp 500 over various anchorman so you look back at 1990 tech stocks made up six point three percent of the sp 500 by 1995 or nine point three so growing by 1999 it was twenty nine percent of the sp 500 and the there have all the sectors going back to 1990 up until two thousand seventeen and at no point do you see any other sector making up that much of the sp 500.

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01:49 min | 3 years ago

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"Let everything to get out of control so quickly and then the other thing that's about this period is that people talk about the dotcom boom they talk about a canon late 90s this is kind of how they say or sometimes as in the 1990s it was really only like a 12hour eighteenmonth period in 1998 1999 that started get that got really out of hand it like it really happen pretty quickly and for most of the nineties we even when this was going on there was growth in stock market was doing well but it was all it was it was it was it was mostly rational and made a lot of sense from what was going on and is just kind of like this blow off top right at the end where things started getting really crazy and and and a lot of that craziness was really only captured in a small number of companies in that case in that period at the end where the stock market in general where eat if you take a look at the stock market most individual companies pete in 1997 1998 and it was the gains the market uh experienced a 1999 when things were really getting crazy mark is going up thirty forty fifty percent was driven by like five companies like a ah well walmart g e just a few big tech company cisco microsoft yahu that's where all of the overvaluation was but a lot of the hype ended way before that so there's there's a lot of nuance in what happened that i think gets missed and then when we just lump everything into over the 90s were a big irrational crazy time to invest i think that's directionally true but there's a lot that went on in between that that in that kind of takes a story in different directions why didn't think start warming up with the internet so it's like the internet it's a thing.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

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"Of your picks but also your ability to communicate analysis and why he did it in one way to do that is something we have the motley full called caps that caps doubtful dot com you create a profile you pick investments and you can basically blog there but why you pick certain investments that will basically show you number one dealer like doing this number two are you good at it and number three if you do decide to apply for jobs you can send that lincoln say see this is my record by an objective third party and you can read my analysis and hopefully impress them that way yeah but here at the molly fully things a little differently the most of wall street so um i think really what you have to do and and is the way i got into the financial service business and the way i got into the fool you just have to find a way to get your foot in the door shown that you're capable and you know what you're doing and then work toward the the specialty that your most interested in i should also add that because of this trend towards automation one of our analysts here brenda matthew suggested really you should probably also be looking at skills related to that like programming data analysis and things like that because there's more demand for that type of analysis than the traditional bottomup stock analysis depending on what firm you go so where you joined the stock analysis but you'd also be able to create the algorithms that companies are now looking or truth trending towards yeah and that funny link with every job that it would help if you knew how to write code s like it doesn't matter who have jobs.

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01:52 min | 3 years ago

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"Cautious about is that there's a big debate about the future of financerelated related professions um there's a big question of of how many stock analysts in how many financial planners will need in the future based on all kinds of things one of them being the trend towards indexing and if everyone's indexing how many people do you need analyzing stocks trend towards automation where more and more companies are using computers basically to pick stocks an asset allocations and even do some financial planning on the other hand the industry is every tilted towards people in their late 40s 50s 60s baby boomers who are eventually going to retire in particularly in the world of financial planners there aren't enough people coming up through the ranks to take their place really so if i were trying to get into the industry i would do basically what i did when i got industry back in ninety seven and that is i found in existing group that was already managing money they needed someone to be basically a junior planner help with so administrative stuff but they were going to show me the ropes and that's important because if you want to be a certified financial planner like i am you have to take classes you have to pass a test but you also have to get three years with of experience but you only need two years of experience if you're being men toward by a cfp so if you want to get into the financial planning profession i would do it that way rather than just trying to go out on my own and ideally you'd be hooking up with someone who is a little older who getting close to retiring so that when they retire you take over their business for the stock analysts and i asked this question of some of the animals here thematically for what would they do and first of all they the emphasized not surprisingly on the education part read lots of good books read all the letters from warren buffett a shout out for our latest edition of the motley form vestment guide of course but they also said you have to somehow start building up some sort of a record.

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

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"So i would say about once or twice a month we get a question about getting into finance in some way into might be being a stock analyst might be becoming a financial planner something like that so i've been sort of resistant to answer the questions because it's been almost twenty years since i was in the traditional financial services industry here at the motley fil i would not consider us the typical typical career path for someone who wants to do it so i'm not sure i'm an expert but i'll share a few thoughts and hopefully jason they can help so i would first of all say that you first of the thing about whether you want to move or not and if you want to stay where you are see what's in your area and what's being offered and besides the typical jobsites look at the finance related associations in years so could be the financial planning association it could be the national association of personal financial advisers it could be on the cfa institute they all have local chapters if you have one in your area the almost all have some sort of job board or something like that and that includes stuff for someone who wants to be more like an analyst like someone who would want to go or creamy tial fund or something like that it could be it could be but the that's where you'll get an idea of what's available in your area and then again if you're willing to move venue move out to sort of the bigger firms lotta people start with the big name brokerages but you could expand that things like the mutual fund companies research companies like morningstar r s p even insurance companies have analysts and financial planners the one thing that i am i would be.

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