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Heart Disease in Women

Dishing Up Nutrition

13:53 min | 1 year ago

Heart Disease in Women

"We only had to worry about men getting heart disease but now we know that one in sixteen women will have coronary heart disease. The most common cause of heart disease for women is actually the narrowing or the blockage of those coronary arteries. That supply. The blood vessels to the heart. It now as a nutritionist. The fundamental question. I believe we need to ask is what is causing this dramatic increase in heart disease and win in and women so listeners. You may be asking well. What causes the narrowing of the arteries? Or what can we do to prevent disease. He's now as a nutritionist. I know that food is very powerful. So we want to share some of the new research about the causes of heart right disease in women and what we can do to prevent heart disease. I'm shelby. I'm a licensed nutritionist with a master's degree in nutrition. Shen and I am in the studio this morning with to fund people. Now first and foremost I get to introduce Mel. UH melania Beasley a registered Dietitian with several years of working with clients in a variety of studies including the navy. But the one person that I have in Studio this morning is my dad. How come we're not giving him the Mike this morning? Although he he probably has has lots to say about nutrition after our discussion last night but Malloch just have to tell you briefly I used to go to take your daughter to Work Day with my hi dad and so I thought it was only appropriate that it's Spanish your dad to work day barry appropriate exciting. So we're going to have a fun show this morning. We've we've got some good people here to talk about heart disease now mel you and I both work with clients one on one. We work with clients dance utilizing nutrition therapy. Good word nutrition therapy right. What does that really mean? That means that we are using nutrition to you. Make changes dramatic changes in how people feel and live therapeutic changes exactly now because we're seeing more and more of these clients lance having positive results with real food in balance some health insurance companies are getting on board and pain for the cost of nutrition. Therapy love it so it's nice now. Melania we also teach a variety of nutrition classes in the community we teach luncheon learns for some local businesses. Now Melanie besides all of the things that you do outside of nutritional weight and wellness. I imagine you cook a lot. I I cook all the time but you know shelby you know. I raised a family. I made food from. Scratch my So I like to do things a little bit on the quick side and You can do that in your busy lifestyle. I don't WanNA stand for days on end in the kitchen. But I'm I'm not going to compromise my health anymore so I cook real food. Yeah yeah now on this route real food idea. Of course today we were going to be talking about that connection between real food and heart disease but first we want to look at the research. So how can you tell us a little bit about the research. I I'd like to say to all of our listeners. Good Morning and thanks for listening today. Fifty years ago back in the nineteen in seventies a diverse group of researchers proposed from their research that refined carbohydrates especially sugar and a low intake of fiber. Were major factors causing coronary heart disease but unfortunately as many of you know their research was overshadowed by the belief that saturated actuated fat was the culprit of heart disease And we were able to stop We were told stop eating butter and Lard and dark chicken meat and the skin the poultry. That right there is sad as a southerner I got and of course fatty Cuts of steak pork. Because they were the cause of heart disease. The theory that saturated fat caused heart disease really prevailed from nineteen seventy four to two thousand fourteen and sadly some. Some people still believe I here in clinic. I'm sure you do too. That saturated fat causes heart disease. And the I call it fat phobia. They're really afraid of it right well. That was actually the the cause for much of our discussion. After dinner last night My parents were listening to a nutrition. Talk on their drive up to Minnesota yesterday yesterday and being truly my father's daughter he was asking the question why why has saturated fat Ben Tempur so much in the past so we went through the technical term right there exactly so we did we. We kinda talked through these things but we we know that research since two thousand fourteen has continued to show that saturated fats now listeners. Those are things like butter. Her Coconut Oil Organic Lard. Organic tallow those play a much smaller role in heart disease whereas whereas sugar the grains those process cereals and other carbohydrates are the foods that we actually need to keep our eye on in order to prevent heart disease so shall be talk about. What exactly that means from day to day perspective Well it means that in the past. We were told to eat a Bagel with margarine. Or I can't believe it's not butter and I always say what the heck is it. That's right Then we topped. Our toaster are Bagel. Nagel with some jelly or some jam but absolutely no butter or cream cheese. You remember this being in the navy and it was a Bagel with Jelly. Yeah today. We're told to eat eggs cooked in butter with Bacon Yum or sausage an aside of vegetables sauteed maybe coconut oil or ghee which is just clarified butter cutter right You talk about confusing right. Yeah so which is it. Sugar fat that Causes Heart Disease Older research from the Nineteen Seventies. He's found that sugar was implicated. Or perhaps even the cost is of many many diseases right well because of this research in the nineteen seventies about sugar and refined carbs. Their sugar industry became alarmed. They do. They're losing money right so they went out and hired their own. Researchers to say that eating saturated fat caused heart disease right well. The knowledge of this scandal that the sugar industry actually hired researchers who were well paid to point the finger at saturated fat. As being the cause of cardiovascular problems was only brought to light in two thousand sixteen right I think we both Had that article when we did a lunch. Learn one tie and actually for you listeners. WHO WHO WANNA look at this with your own eyes? I Have The New York Times article right here. The titles how. The sugar industry shifted blame to fat and the the date on that is actually September twelfth of Twenty sixteen so just for years ago. Yeah I just googled New York Times sugar article and popped right up so you can read more about that after the show. And it's really it's false is very misleading research. So it's so well ingrained in the minds of consumers that many people I still believe it is saturated fat. They need to avoid. I have clients once or twice a week easily. telling me their doctor said They need to avoid fats. Can I eat tags. How many can I safely eaten a day? So I'm really worried about this and They still believe it's saturated fat that they knew devoid right. Even though the current research research shows that refined carbs and sugar are the leading cause of heart disease you know in Staten Companies. Also the pharmaceutical companies. They they don't WanNa lose money on this either so right now when we think about that major research we're looking at that connection between clean what people are eating long term and how that's influencing their health exactly so another major research study published list in the Journal of the American Metal Medical Associations Internal Medicine Journal. That's a mouthful reported that a sugar Laden Diet may raise is your risk of dying from heart disease even if you are not overweight so this information reported from the research shows does that sugar and refined carbohydrates lead to heart disease. Not your eggs cooked in butter with the site of vegetable oils sauteed it in coconut oil. So here's what else that. That research study found people who ate twenty five percent or more of their calories from sugar. Sugar were more than twice as likely to die from heart disease than those who only eight ten percent of their calories from sugar. So maybe you guys thinking well. How are people consuming all of that? Sugar Yeah I think a lot of people don't think they're really eating the sugar And I think we should talk about that but I think we have to take our first break. If you're just joining us this morning. You're listening to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness. Today we want to share with you. The scientific evidence that found eating saturated fats of any kind have have no effect on cardiovascular mortality. So if you're concerned about heart disease I recommend you keep listening to our show this morning because we've got some ideas for you. We'll be right back. Welcome back to dishing up nutrition. Here's another conclusion that was made from the review of data from randomized control. All trials diets that replaced saturated fat with polyunsaturated fat do not reduce cardiovascular events or mortality Taliban. We like to put that in real people language which basically translates to what we have been recommending to our listeners on our clients for years even decades is Ethan Bader avoid the margarine from soybean oil cook in coconut oil and avoid soybean in corn canola and cottonseed oils. Of course we love the research but we wanted to help you realize how to use that research to make healthy choices for our listeners. Another radio show that I I love and I will go back to and listen to and I feel it. Explains this very nicely as on October fourteenth. Two two thousand seventeen you can download our dishing up nutrition podcast or search it on our website. is a podcast by Sally Fallon Morale and it's called called why we need animal fats. It's fantastic nation. We had sally On dishing up nutrition a couple of other times but really talking about the importance of of eating those good fats for good health. Yes yeah the quality is important. Though because you had mentioned the four types of oils the four types of fats we would consider bad exactly the corn oil the cottonseed oil the canola oil and the soybean oil so listeners. If you're at home this morning morning going to the cupboard and see what are the types of oils that you're cooking with or pull out that salad dressing from the refrigerator and scan the label if you see soybean gene or corn oil or canola oil. That's not the best choice for your health even some quote unquote healthy protein. You Watch everything right right you really do have to be reading those labels. That's the best way to make sure that you're getting those fats now. One of the reasons. Why we're we're talking about fat this morning Lena's because we're talking about heart disease and we want to talk more specifically about that food connection between what we eat and how? Those vessels also related to our cardiovascular. Disease are working. We don't want the narrowing or the hardening of those arteries that contribute to more heart disease now before we went to break listeners. I gave you a statistic. I want to repeat because I think that it really drives home. This overall idea gray. So here's what the study from. I'm the Journal of the American College of Nutrition Excuse me the American. The Journal of the American Medical Association found People who ate twenty twenty five percent or more of their calories from sugar where more than twice as likely to die from heart disease than those who who ate only ten percent of their calories from sugar and then we asked the question. Well how are people consuming all of that sugar so these were researchers. I found that Soda Energy Drinks and even sport drinks are by far the biggest source of added. Sugar in the average. American's Diet. Now you may be saying to yourself or maybe you're talking back to the radio this morning saying well. I don't allow soda in my House or pop or Cola. Whatever you call it the south? It's so maybe you don't have soda in Your House but what many people drink on are afternoon breaks when they need a pick me up or what drink is served two runners after a marathon or even what are those college students and high school students drink the day after they stayed up to pull an all nighter

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on KTRH

"Coverage and these big banks to chase the wells Fargo's they have trillions and trillions hundreds of trillions of derivatives this is a fancy word for financial instruments that they take your money they're currently investing in and they borrow money there leveraged and they invest in these derivatives you may remember some of the terms credit default swaps collateralized mortgage obligations collateralized debt obligations mortgage backed securities all these derivatives essentially hundreds of trillions of them you become second in line to those derivatives so the banks must pay those back before they pay you your money. so this is a great example of of what a lot of people aren't aware of something this could be completely unexpected of course but could wipe out your entire retirement so it's part of the Dodd Frank act so encouraging if you're if you're driving just try to remember this you can simply Google Dodd Frank confiscation of bank funds tons of information out there about it but when I sat down with this gentleman hit all this money just sitting in banks and he told me he was scared of the stock market scare the bond market the only place he felt safe was the banks but he had no idea that if the banking industry when it to collapse again that his entire savings everything he's ever work for could be taken could be confiscated by the bank put as an asset on their balance sheet and given an I. O. U. inputs second in line as an unsecured creditor and completely lose all of the FDIC insurance there are safer solutions out there if you have massive amounts of money inside the bank getting it out of the banks and and putting it into a much more secure much safer place than a lot of a wealthy clients put money to make sure is protected now you're not gonna earn seven eight ten percent on this money but you can be in a position to make somewhere between three to six percent your money is safe it's not being at risk of possible confiscation of the banking industry collapses but this is what we call pillar one of our core for investment model to learn more about this or to sit down if you have some concerns because you have a lot of money in the bank and you had no idea that this could possibly happen give us a call at one eight hundred eight two two sixty four thirty four let us sit down and started to first and foremost learn what's most important to you while we learn about you and then we can start to figure out what are some other safer places that make sense for you we're not only do you can you earn more interest in sitting in the the checking savings money market account at the bank or even your CD's but you can have more peace of mind at night because if that banking industry collapses your money will never ever be at risk of being confiscated but you got to pick up the phone we have to.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on KTRH

"And these big banks to chase the wells Fargo's they have trillions and trillions hundreds of trillions of derivatives this is a fancy word for financial instruments that they take your money in there currently investing in and they borrow money there leveraged and they invest in these derivatives you may remember some of the terms credit default swaps collateralized mortgage obligations collateralized debt obligations mortgage backed securities all these derivatives essentially hundreds of trillions of them you become second in line to those derivatives so the banks must pay those back before they pay you your money. so this is a great example of of what a lot of people aren't aware of something this could be completely unexpected of course but could wipe out your entire retirement so it's part of the Dodd Frank act to encourage you if you're if you're driving just try to remember this you can simply Google Dodd Frank confiscation of bank funds tons of information out there about it but when I sat down with this gentleman hit all this money just sitting and banks and he told me he was scared of the stock market scare the bond market the only place he felt safe was the banks but he had no idea that if the banking industry when it to collapse again that his entire savings everything he's ever work for could be taking could be confiscated by the bank put as an asset on their balance sheet and given an I. O. U. inputs second in line as an unsecured creditor and completely lose all of the FDIC insurance there are safer solutions out there if you have massive amounts of money inside the bank getting it out of the banks and and putting it into a much more secure much safer place than a lot of a wealthy clients put money to make sure is protected now you're not gonna earn seven eight ten percent on this money but you can be in a position to make somewhere between three to six percent your money is safe it's not being at risk of possible confiscation of the banking industry collapses but this is what we call pillar one of our core for investment model to learn more about this or to sit down if you have some concerns because you have a lot of money in the bank and you had no idea that this could possibly happen give us a call at one eight hundred eight two two sixty four thirty four let us sit down and started to first and foremost learn what's most important to you while we learn about you and then we can start to figure out what are some other safer places that make sense for you we're not only do you can you earn more interest in sitting in the the checking savings money market account at the bank or even your CD's but you can have more peace of mind at night because if that banking industry collapses your money will never ever be at risk of being confiscated but you got to pick up the phone we have to.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Free might choose put because that would deliver something different now in this segment we're gonna open the aperture here you may or may not heard of this organize ation this platform for conservative who knows it's cold the young Turks and we are fortunate to have not only the host but the C. E. O. of the young Turks with us drink Yugur Jack welcome to America first thank you you came back onto my radar screen a few months ago we'll talk about that in the second with regards to the squalid and a viral video that some to call Mister Reagan posted in and your relationship for your responsibility for a see in others what we can talk about that later but given what happened on Capitol Hill just yesterday as a Democrat as somebody who's connected to all was related to the justice Democrats how does the events how do the events of yesterday bode for the left in America for the Democrat party and for progressives like yourself check you gore so there's a couple of different issues here first of all the optics of yesterday were not great and three everyone can recognize that but that does not relate to that social from the reality of it the bottom line is that Robert Muller said that he did not a Valerie Donald Trump and he said that he could be indicted after he leaves office and he has ten clear is that the little stress and justice that's a felony any should be pursued but the second part of it was the Democrats response and as usual Nancy Pelosi did a preemptive surrender and so I'm a progressive and I'm sick of the corrupt Democrats who don't fight for us we have are just Democrats in charge we for your Republic of a thousand times harder hello this is terrible lettered up so is this a civil war are you talking about the civil war inside the Democrat party between to the squad a O. C. uta she to Philly bill had ma and Nancy Pelosi how bad is it thank you what do you call it anything you like in the mainstream media loves hyperventilating about civil wars within parties the reality is the party and other right wingers in the Republican Party challenge the public staff was there and push them further right and did that because some seats no in the last decade they've picked up a thousand seats across the country that's because fighting works but our our Li democratic leadership has never learned that and so do you want to call the war I got no problem with it the bottom line is we don't agree they don't want to be greener deal they don't wanna do Medicare for all they don't want higher wages they don't want to rush and they are the corruption so why on god's green earth well I agree with them why they say they keep sale there your colleagues another not if they were on my team they accept agree with me on something we don't agree they love the status quo we ate the status quo well look if you examine the establishment media response the Democrat media response yesterday if Brian Williams says it was a disaster it's a disaster there will be no impeachment the idea that there are ten crimes ready to be raised as charges against the president it's not going to happen is you'll alternative you one of the founders of the justice Democrats this is allegedly an organized ation that was connected to the rise of the exam and Alexander council Cortez how is the justice Democrats vision today or your vision and what do you expect is going to work in twenty twenty are you on a winning streak now is Democrats it sounds as if you're very unhappy with the establishment and doesn't seem as if the justice Democrats are rising in favor favorability so give us shank you go to steak yes just Democrats are in fantastic shape and so the part where we held the Outlander Custer Cortez nine allegation that's absolutely true just Democrats and and its earlier group brand new Congress there were not associate with anymore but they together they found Alexander concert work as on law and they answer to run and they help to run but at the end of the day was her who won adults seventy different candidates for that once it was incredibly difficult because we had very very little money and the media hates any outsiders so they refused to cover him that's one of the young Turks cover thirty four times when the rest of the year combined need covered three or four times but the ideas in the right wing you know your new address there is the insanity the lunacy about how she is an actress is preposterous and totally fake she's a real person that's what you should want you should be dying in a democracy for carpenters and plumbers and dentists and bartenders to Ron and actually be your representative so he's corrupt that Republicans and Democrats which is taken down our money but we we want those four races there's already three income we we've done we've done the math Hey you you in dole's to the justice Democrats endorsed seventy nine candidates only seven of them one in a general election how is that a big success if ten percent actually make it over the final hurdle yeah select that's a good question let me explain that seventy one candidate since eight ten percent number no no no we started with no money and and the young Turks fundraise for those guys just grass inspired by the time we had no infrastructure no media and the reason why nobody else thank you Stanley is because this at all were worried about our perception in Washington what if we don't have a good win right who cares get into the battle fight is see what you come up with and I would take those certain just Democrats over the rest of the Democrats in Congress come online are you telling me that there's Democrats or do something more than a post you on over to leave role Khanapur millage I apply on a Presley these are the biggest biggest fighters for our side because they're on corrupted they don't take donor money so they're free to actually represent progressives and they're well that that's not exactly true we already know that a sees being investigated before some issues with the PAC she created a chief of staff so let's let's let the front lobby for themselves but we're out of time we've been talking to check you go you can follow him C. E. M. K. you why G. U. R. he's a champion for the progressives he's right about one thing it's about fighting and it's about fighting for the American you wish to see a bankrupt America that is on American cozies up without enemies and hates the founding principles.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on Money Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips for a Richer Life

Money Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips for a Richer Life

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on Money Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips for a Richer Life

"A portfolio based on your age and your stated risk tolerance you can set up reoccurring deposits that transfer funds from your bank account that's what i do every month to send funds from my bank account to my sep ira which is in retirement account for the self employed just remembered that you don't wanna put money into a retirement account that you might need i mean if you think you're gonna have to spend this money right away it should not go in a retirement account this is because you're typically charge eight ten percent early withdrawal penalty if you take money out of a retirement account before age fifty nine and a half now fire raise give you the most flexibility for withdrawals and i've done some podcast about roth ira raise that go into a lot more detail but of course it's wise to leave your roth ira ray untouched for as long as possible so you get maximum grows an i got a question about this from meghan de who says i love listening to your show show it's helped breakdown lots of the financial world for me you mentioned that it was possible to get locked out of your roth ira ray if you make too much money does locked out simply mean you cannot contribute or add money to be account or doesn't mean that you cannot roll it into another account is it closed until you reach a specific h access the money i have mostly curious thanks meghan it's good to be curious and ask questions so what it means is that if you make too much money hey you cannot contribute to a roth ira you could still heavy account it can still grow you can roll it over if you want to into another rough account but it's just going to be somewhat frozen in terms of new contributions unless you're income goes down below the annual threshold so thank you for that question an i got another question from row salva who says i listen to your podcast religiously in constantly tell my friends still listen as well thank you solve i appreciate that i've learned so much an would love to know if you could tell me if it's a good idea to opt for the roth four oh one k rather than the traditional four oh one k when it is offered i am inclined toward yes considering the benefits of a roth ira but i find myself a little doubtful yes were solvent definitely consider it roth four one k the rules for a roth for a one k or a little different than iraq i r but they're pretty similar the main differences that there is no income limit with the roth for a one k so no matter how much you earn you can't always contribute to a roth for a one k and you know what i would recommend is contributing beating to both the roth four one k end the traditional maybe split your contributions fifty fifty between both of them that's actually what my husband does with his retirement account at work an i got one more question from jerry who says safe investment for gross in a roth i am nearing retirement jerry thank you i mean what i'm talking about in this podcast is exactly that how do you get safe investment and again it's going to be looking at funds since you are nearing retirement you're gonna want to have less of your money in stocks so again use that formula that i told you subtract your age from a hundred and then that amount is a guideline how much stock you should own a nice stock fund all right we have gone to the last tip which is eight don't don't be afraid to ask for investing help just every investment firm offers free advice in unfortunately studies show that surprisingly low percentage of retirement plan participants taking advantage of the offer further help so if you're not sure how to choose investments either at work or for retirement plan that you manage on your own don't.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"The cell to your point v cleanup of opposite of of oxygen free radicals can 'em have far reaching effects because it gives the cell a chance to repair itself so oh so the so the antioxidant do their pair but let's my skin do it through pair yes there are antioxidants in the work on different parts of the cell so whereas you may have water soluble types of antioxidants like vitamin c e he truly gas a kind of floating around the site of saul you may have other antioxidants are much more complicated molecules working in what are called the mitochondria loves the mitochondria once in my in our in house out of my my god you're so cute and then the nucleus and then you have these very complicated antioxidants where we really don't understand the hundred percent how they work and this gets to your question yes so were vera trawl is an example of something that popularly grapes right yeah i mean it can be referred to as an antioxidant because it has antioxidant affects but it also has these other effects like increasing the longevity of the cell cell lives longer 'em the life span of an organism like mice you can feed my virtually lip longer so these complicated outcomes from what we traditionally have labeled is antioxidant they can't be explained oh here we met him in action i don't know but it works eleven dollars so i am is vitamin c in ear they like has been you know the way i look at it is a you know some people accumulate like they collect their collectors right they collect stamps other people collect elect antiques macree intellect status collects knowledge that's like my eyes collector of knowledge extras a patient who said that many years ago and it's so true so into skincare world i'm a collector of like the world's best ingredients bredon angie just because something's old doesn't mean it's not really good a lotta times better stuff comes out but what i like about antioxidants is that i'm starting to classify them according to different mechanisms of action getting back to mechanisms of action and one of the things that i'm hoping to do in the next decade 'cause i'm building out a lab right now is eisley new active ingredients from plan but one of the things i'm known for and dermatology classification classification molecules classification of diseases entities classification of therapeutics so it is a goal of my to start to classify ingredients according to their precise mechanism of action so i still think there is a very important place for the the vitamin c e you know fairly gas in group a any other important thing to understand about antioxidants is that they work slightly differently from each other they throw dad would have a lot of yes and one of the important things to understand stand is that you can't just have one so i'm mentally opposed to having eight ten percent vitamin c serum why is that if you look at the way antioxidants work they scavenged free radicals but they don't stone scavenge them all so you probably heard this before see has to be with me because they scavenge each other's leftovers and what happens is if you're using a very high dose vitamin c it can become pro accident because it's just your vitamin c mc some trash that you don't want understand yeah leftover data any reputable brand just do a vitamin c serum i you know i don't know you'd have to ask them wow that's that's new information to me well yes and it's like that's when you get wonky you've heard that term along well you really have to get wong if they dig deep into on any options so that just like you wouldn't just eat collie flower all day now flowers a great like instable but what i've learned as a physician is that people who may sound like they're eating healthy but eat a very restricted diet they get sick.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on TechStuff

"But what about max versus PC's, you know, that a MAC computer can't run a dos or later on a windows program and vice versa windows computer can't run a MAC program, but developers created virtual machine software that would allow a MacIntosh computer to run a virtual instance of dos on a MAC, meaning you could access those dos programs on the MacIntosh while running this virtual machine software. Suddenly, you could take advantage of programs meant for another type of computer on your own machine. By the way, it probably comes as very little surprise to those of you who are familiar with apple that the company was not a fan of anyone. Running the MAC operating system on a non apple machine through virtualization. This was technically possible, but apple maintain that, the only legal way to do it was to run MAC, OS on a virtual platform on top of another, apple branded, computer. So why would you want to run a virtual version of MAC OS on top of a computer already running MAC, OS, one reason would be detest a new program against multiple versions of a single operating system. So you might want to run your new MAC program against the latest version of MAC OS, and then D previous versions of MAC OS to see if it's still compatible making sure you have backwards compatibility written in there, that would be handy to know for about a decade that was the state of virtualization companies made programs that would allow users to run one operating system on top of a machine running a different operating system. It was useful for people who were developing software for other platforms, but. Beyond that, there wasn't much general use for it. Because again, everyone was relying on their own individual computers. Anyway, you didn't have to worry about creating partitions between users for the most part. There were other manifestations of rituals ation that would come on the scene. A little bit later in the early nineteen nineties, a team at SUN Microsystems was hard at work developing a new programming language that would eventually take on the name Java. Initially the idea was that this programming language would allow developers to create programs running on home appliances like televisions the need for a language that developers could use to create programs for different platforms was obvious because these appliances will be coming from different manufacturers, who would be working with different microprocessor companies. So there was no guarantee that televisions from two different companies would have similar microchips in them. Now, this is a non trivial problem. If you are a programmer, you have to make some practical decisions, the have little to do with the actual purpose of your application, and one of the. Decisions is what platform will I develop for frequently the answer that many developers gravitate toward is I want to develop for the most popular platform out there because it represents the largest potential customer base to put it another way. Let's say you're making a video game. And let's say there's only two consuls that are on the market. One of those consoles has a ninety percent market share and the other has eight ten percent market share. And they're both great game consoles but you're more likely to focus on developing the game for the one that has the ninety percent market share, because that's where most of the gamers are. But one of you could create a programming language Bicket work on different platforms despite the underlying hardware, that was the idea behind Java so programmer, James Gosling and his team set out to create a programming language bicker work on top of any device. That was running a Java virtual machine while the resulting language wasn't used in TV's at that time, it quickly became recognized as a valuable tool for. Web development by the time the Java development kit debuted in nineteen ninety six by then the web.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"And the rumor is that buffet might be interested in investing in that back, very interesting pack, and a thing I would look more into how the Bank is going to profit from the rising middle class. And the reason I say that is I know this was not the context you were saying this in hardy when they were said one hundred million people being unbagged good point Facebook say the same thing about people that has not online the people who are not online. They're typically not the note where you get the most at revenue people who are on banged in. India now is not the people that are going to make money on most likely for the next few decades. If you look at. The rising middle class. Like, how's the the making money on the make money from the housing market? That's classical thing that they might do. What is the situation of that? So to get a better understanding of of the debt they're sitting with house that financed. How does that work in India for the Reagan, I have no clue how that's gonna work. How much is that is flowing back to the banks? So from this seven eight ten percent rise in GDP. We might see for some time. You would say at least a leaf you're looking at developing countries a lot of that before back to the banks with the same be the case here for a Bank like it. She if see and then another thing I would like to put into the makes here the political risk. You mentioned before that you have the banks would be nationalized. I know that this banks classified as too big to fail. That's not really aren't talking about. What is happening? If it's being nationalized again is that a real threat? How will you be bought out if ever by the government, and I'm sorry? I'm going to put another question into that Hari. How is a company our Bank like this competing with government banks? What's the dynamic between those two? I guess that's another. A concern that I have you will come into the rising middle class and also of the bottom population who are just coming online banking was really valid because I think banks brasler from the middle class the Indian demographics is really positive for banks in the sense that look at most of the developed countries as we should the euro you'll see that the demographic pyramid is stop heavy. That means a lot of people you middle aged than feel in people. So that means they're all in the savings. More like diamond more. India is in that perfect demography. Where is a perfect pyramid. I can see the change when I was growing up in India back in the eighties nineties. Hardly people own cars now everybody wants to go gosh. Athletes. Taking loans to bike cars is a NAR. I'm nobody even blinks an eye on that. So and in fact, there were lot of financing going on for everything not just cars, but OEMs and one of the priorities for the government is. The relied housing for everyone a lot of initiatives and instant deals by the garment also to.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"And the rumor is that buffet might be interested in investing in that back, very interesting pack, and a thing I would look more into how the Bank is going to profit from the rising middle class. And the reason I say that is I know this was not the context you were saying this in hardy when they were said one hundred million people being unbagged good point Facebook say the same thing about people that has not online the people who are not online. They're typically not the note where you get the most at revenue people who are on banged in. India now is not the people that are going to make money on most likely for the next few decades. If you look at. The rising middle class. Like, how's the the making money on the make money from the housing market? That's classical thing that they might do. What is the situation of that? So to get a better understanding of of the debt they're sitting with house that financed. How does that work in India for the Reagan, I have no clue how that's gonna work. How much is that is flowing back to the banks? So from this seven eight ten percent rise in GDP. We might see for some time. You would say at least a leaf you're looking at developing countries a lot of that before back to the banks with the same be the case here for a Bank like it. She if see and then another thing I would like to put into the makes here the political risk. You mentioned before that you have the banks would be nationalized. I know that this banks classified as too big to fail. That's not really aren't talking about. What is happening? If it's being nationalized again is that a real threat? How will you be bought out if ever by the government, and I'm sorry? I'm going to put another question into that Hari. How is a company our Bank like this competing with government banks? What's the dynamic between those two? I guess that's another. A concern that I have you will come into the rising middle class and also of the bottom population who are just coming online banking was really valid because I think banks brasler from the middle class the Indian demographics is really positive for banks in the sense that look at most of the developed countries as we should the euro you'll see that the demographic pyramid is stop heavy. That means a lot of people you middle aged than feel in people. So that means they're all in the savings. More like diamond more. India is in that perfect demography. Where is a perfect pyramid. I can see the change when I was growing up in India back in the eighties nineties. Hardly people own cars now everybody wants to go gosh. Athletes. Taking loans to bike cars is a NAR. I'm nobody even blinks an eye on that. So and in fact, there were lot of financing going on for everything not just cars, but OEMs and one of the priorities for the government is. The relied housing for everyone a lot of initiatives and instant deals by the garment also to.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"To those sectors. According to the percentage that on my on my that allocation for. Yes. Yes. But you're not gonna be able and I don't want you to try to fill. Okay. So obviously eight ten percent of. You know? Thirty thirty three hundred. Oh, okay. But remember, those percentages are still are constantly going to change as the pot of money grows. I want you to put all of it in one or two stocks. I want you to keep a little bit of it throughout the sectors. Gotcha. Yeah. That's what I wanted to know. All right. Well, hopefully, we'll be right. Kyle. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. I hope you get out to see us. That'd be great tonight. Six thirty. We're being the woolens, folks. Thank you. Kyle. Let me go to whose on deck here. Niki in Georgia. Hi niki. Hi, how are you doing? Good morning. I'm good. Thank you. Thank you for taking my call. Sure. So I was involved in a really really bad car accident, and they're going to be. Next week. A large federal mic payout. So I'm trying to figure out what to do with it. Well, how are you? Situated from retirement savings standpoint. Have you started anything? Okay. And I have 4._0._1._K. Okay. And of course, I have my personal thing. Okay. So you contribute on a regular basis to the 4._0._1._K. Yes there every week. Great. I would. So here's what you wanna do with that. You don't want to put any of that money not any of it into a IRA account. I mean, you could theoretically do it in a Roth IRA, but because remember that settlement is tax free. There's no taxes ever do on that money. So don't ever put it in traditional IRA or your 4._0._1._K? It would be then become taxable. When you take it out. Okay. So you don't wanna turn something that's not taxable into something that is now taxable. So I would now where where is your 4._0._1._K? Do you know? Is it at a? At a fidelity or where where's that being held? I don't know. He's through my job. I've never borrowed against it. So I only know how much is in it. But I've never bought it. So I. Even paid any attention because I was thinking that would be a good place for you to open an account the same. If it's if it's in a brokerage. But what I'd want you to do with that money.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"To your brain can feel a little more alert and three wanted to distribute those calories across those meals. We want to backload calories whenever possible after exercise, you know, with the exception of if you are a morning workout person, I still recommend you to shake and you don't have a huge meal in the morning that will slow you down. And then you need to be strength training for you. Probably three times a week, full body in two times a week of like this more metabolic conditioning kind of work. And the nice thing about ultimately is at that point without in place, it ends up becoming math, tweaking numbers, you know, making sure you're performing on your workouts in his pretty much inevitable that you get to around eight ten percent figure. And then the nice thing is once you get their nutrition keeps you there for the most part, you know, it's like you can get to a point where for most guys, they can maintain in the ten to like thirteen percent body fat range. When they have the dial plan, they can maintain that with pretty good effort. When you get below ten percent, you wanna get quote unquote. Very, very ripped. That's when it requires a lot more finagling with the plan and you have to make some sacrifices. Yes. So I'm going to ask you about that in a second, but just to recap, you mentioned a plant based breakfast first thing in the morning plant place breakfast, which kind of threw me because I think that basically leads me down the option of maybe a bulletproof coffee with a plant based protein or kind of an avocado based smoothie with some plant based protein did I did I hear you three options? Yes. You did both a great options and I'm not against. I'm not against throwing a whole egg or a whole pasteurized egg for some good source of choline in a little cholesterol in that morning Shaka's well, but for most people, I want to have a low carb plant based breakfast. So we're not doing too many eggs like five, six eggs or not necessarily doing a bunch of bacon or animal meats or stuff like that. It's just a good. Habit because most of the animal products that people do have breakfast or highly processed people aren't like getting grilled salmon fillet out there for breakfast, you know, typically, right? It's it's process typically nitrite heavy meats and stuff like that. So it's vestige. Avoid that. The bulletproof coffee avocado based moody with a with a super greens powder or some a plant based protein powder. I would add some Chia seeds or some hemp seeds in there. Some cow, these are just some good plant based sources of fiber and protein, and they're easy to digest. That's one of my big key points. Here's we don't want hard to digest foods. There's a lot of arguments to be made that you know a super healthy, grass fed steak can be beneficial for your health. Like certainly the paleo and maybe some Kito people might make that argument. But I would say definitely not first thing in the morning when we have to basically challenging the body to break down some tough proteins that we didn't chew well enough and then creates a casket of low energy later in the day. Got it. Okay. So my my typical smoothie would be like. An avocado, a half, an avocado with some cow hempseed I would usually use way, but it could switch like vanilla protein powder, maybe some super greens in like a macadamia nut milk or flax built absolutely full. One reason against the way in this particular instance, I love way it's great protein source is way is super, super high in loosing, which is the specific amino acid that triggers muscle protein synthesis. So it's a great amino acid. We definitely want to have plenty of Lucian in our diet throughout the day on for the purposes of muscle building and after exercise, but way also does stimulate your insulin levels quite high relative to other proteins since because it has Lucienne can spike your insulin levels a pretty well. And that's why a plant based protein powder, this lower and losing might be a better choice for keeping your blood sugar stable. I mean, can we really validate that claim like absolutely not. Because the ways is in their in concert with the avocado, the macadamia. Oil that she acede. So what's the net effect? Is it going to be really that much different?.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Was going on what your what, your take is on. Gold, and silver as Well as I don't have, a problem with a person having a small percentage of their portfolio in, precious metals as long as it's owned in the physical that you have. It physically I'm not a fan of the or any other, way of doing it never ever ever a fan Of I've I've heard too many horror stories of putting in an IRA but if you wanted to have, a small position and gold and silver no more than eight ten percent, of your total portfolios it's a it's a speculative commodity goals at a. Six year low right now You know so maybe time. To buy it I wouldn't buy silver I, I don't, I don't I'm not a fan of precious metals make, no mistake about it you know they don't produce income they have no fundamentals you've got to sell it at, very high commissions in order to turn it into cash so, it's not one of my favorite investments but nonetheless if you're going to, have it in your, physical possession you're okay with a. Very with, with what I consider a very speculative commodity then then it's fine.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

"Friends are looking at buying nice new pickup truck's nice cars and all that they have to pay that moon back graduate and they get commissioned her thought was well i'm not going to buy a new car i don't really need new car one that and i'm gonna be stationed and stuff like that do i'll just take this money and on best it you know one of the family members telling me oh just invest the money and you can make eight ten percent on this on the think on this money graduate you just pay back a little and take out the cash and being on on the investment i kinda counselor against that because a lot of risk but she's getting other pressures to you invest it okay thought comments yes sir well casey i appreciate it you first and foremost you need to be proud of your daughter and that is from a good upbringing and the guidance and you know what casey what i'm most impressed with is that she would call you you all have that kind of relationship where she trust you to be able to communicate things with you not that she's out there trying to make decisions on our own because she wants to be grown i think this is an outstanding opportunity to to really educate her on this process you and i know that people out there are crazy and especially when it comes to debt you know this and guess what i've got a feeling casey that you you yourself has felt the sting of what debt can do haven't you yes i have i know what did you do did you do credit cards or a car loan i done stupid all over now hey you and me both my friend you and me both but i i would tell you this having a conversation with her walking her through and maybe even talk about the mistakes you made talk about the era that you made in that hey what it cost you how long it took for you to be able to attack and clean up that debt what did you do when you did the credit cards and the car loans on the other loans you see letting her know that it will do two things first and foremost is going to humanize her dad is going to let her see that oh dad's lived through some stuff but then comes the wisdom that's where you get a chance to talk with her about what you wish you would've known because that's what you're passing onto her if she's listening to people out there and people out there are doing all types of stupid casey just like you and i did years ago but you want what's best for her and you guiding her and having that kind of conversation maybe even help her see the math on that the people that talk about taking out loans to be able to invest the money the problem is is that they're not talking about the risk factor which you brought up you're gonna charged a penalty for using someone else's money and with your daughter out there focus on growing military career trying to go serve her country which i want you to tell her i'm proud of her and tell her asset thank you she needs to be able to be focused on her career and doing her job she doesn't need to be focused on a debt collector calling her harassing her about a payment or harassing her about some other issue she needs to be able to focus and so have that conversation educate her and guide her and help her to know that what everyone else is doing is actually dangerous it's a threat to their financial future because they're bringing debt into the equation again casey thank you so much for taking the time to call me and vip's i want to hear from you you may have a question or want to share a win call me leave a voicemail that number to call is eight four four two eight three nine three eight.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Is exposed then that dog is spreading flew to other dogs before symptoms even occur and that's not very good for the community unless again that doesn't happen if the dog is vaccinated and and what people think okay the dog won't feel well for a couple of days no big deal well often that couple days typically in fact it's several weeks it's two to three weeks and it impacts you too because first of all where does your dog sleep most people share their bedroom if not their bed with their dog or dogs so if you have a dog that's coughing all night long and there are no real cough suppressants for dogs there are no cough drops for talks that dog's gonna keep you awake so it's also the quality of life not only for you but also of course for your dog then there's that two to five percent to five percent of dogs don't make it the flu can be that bad at least the h three and two virus can be that bad and you're saying well all right two two three five two to five percent that's not that's you're right that's a low percent no question about it what if it's your dog does it matter that it's a low percent and the percent is much higher of dogs that require supportive care and they need to be hospitalized so yes most dogs in a couple of weeks not a couple of days do get over the flu on their own and a percent of dogs and we don't know what that percent is i am guessing guessing eight ten percent of dogs do require hospitalization well that's going to cost you and of course if the dog is hospitalized that me the dog is really sick and no one wants to see their dog really sick and a percent of those dogs just won't make it now all of that is avoided if you vaccinate and some dogs vaccinated dogs do have mild symptoms but they don't get that sick where they require hospitalization and they don't get that sick where they're going to succumb to the flu and unlike the human flu which generally impacts senior citizens or people with other illnesses more and they are more susceptible to succumbing actually dying of the flu but the dog fluids hit and miss sometimes it is dogs sometimes it is older dogs with other illnesses but sometimes seemingly healthy young dogs that ended up dying of the flu again all of that avoided with the vaccination and there's a vaccination available that's magic because here's what i being with people there are several strains lots of strains of flu and every year the cdc before the season begins takes a best guess at what they should protect against which strains are going to impact people that given year with dogs there's no guessing it's only two strains and there's one vaccine vaccines called a by vaillant vaccine but there's one scene the covers both of those strains h three and two and h three and eight which might depending on where you live probably be the the best choice for you in new york city no one expected the dog flew to come there necessarily although it makes sense that it would and then once they got there well because people are so close together and their dogs are in new york city it's spread like crazy so you don't know when it's going to come or where it's going to come but it might and your best prevention in fact really the only prevention especially if you board your dogs and boarding facilities like if you go on vacation or you just board your dog or your dog goes to doggy daycare and is exposed to so many other dogs the best thing to do vaccinate coming up next to conversation that really important conversation away in which purina is working with the officials of new york city and they're working together with an organization in new york city that understands that domestic abuse isn't only about the abuse of human since about the abuse of animals as well and people often won't leave that abused situation unless they have somewhere to take their animals and now there will be some more to take those animals we're always standing by to take your call at.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Amount of money equal to investment or greater slightly less and he's taking that money and reinvesting it again statement is he's got so much cash flow coming in he finds it harder to deploy the amount of aid comey's got coming in and get it back out there so that's why i had to stop doing deals himself he couldn't do deals himself fast enough and so we started just killing the monitor not throwing investing with other lead so that he could get to more and more deals and so i started thinking myself you know that might be a good plan for me too because you know i'm sixty one years old almost died staff almost died of cancer you know i've got every kind of thing wrong with you can have wrong with you ever these should be highs lowering they should be lowest high take medications for all kinds of stuff hey why should i be doing anything anymore why should i be out there investing and running an operating these businesses and i thought to myself why i really don't need to now there's a couple of reasons why i don't need to wonder which have enough wealth right now that i can live for fifty years and still never ever ever ever ever even touched my money right but secondly i started thinking about it even need with the amount of ink amount of money i have right now by stick it out there and earn eight ten percent on it i'm going to be making millions and millions year wow and then someone comes back it says but should i invest it seventy one the answer is absolutely seventy one eighty one whatever you are your money's got to be invested somewhere and not just sitting there doing nothing the amount of risk hey that should be moderated mirus levels are very low right now i don't have any risk at all when i was young as willing to take a lot of risk do very risky deals with very very high rates of return so as i got older i bought better and better properties which costs more the more they cost the better the property a little bit lower rate of return but very solid safe returns as i grew older and older as.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Tsp requires them to take a full distribution of whatever they inherited that's a scary number huge imagine imaginative if he's been earning eight ten percent on his tee s p and he's taken out three or four five percent passes away his wife in here the money she's earning six eight ten percent on the tsb she passes way they could still be a million dollars in this account in the kids have to take it out that's all taxed so big reason to move the money when you leave your employer take the money with you for that very reasons because with a regular all right here's the beauty of over the regular ira when i pass away money goes to my spouse when she passes away the kids can do what's called an inherited ira for them and they get to put it in its of beneficiary ira and they get to take it and they could to do our mps another armed these for them the required distributions for them are a little bit different it's a little bit higher number but nevertheless when my son michael inherits it he could take it all at once if he wants to pay the tax on it but my son brian he's smart with money he'll probably take just a little bit at a time as he is forced to write michael beyond shop in the world brian will smart about it uh but but that's a huge difference and just the bill ability to be able to control all the tax it doesn't prevent them from taking it all out if they want but it it gives them the opportunity to not pay the tax all at once you know my mom recently passed there's some money left in some accounts from her former to us kids my my younger brother in my older brother milder brothers retired firefighter he wanted the money out to do some work around his house he took his money my younger brother is putting his he's a copies putting this kid through college i'll he wanted the money to help for education you know what i need i don't want the money it.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on WLAC

"There's a named exclusion policy usually fixed eight percent of the cost of your trap and they're the cancel for any the reason that allows you to cancel for any reason has the policy says and to get a percentage usually eighty or ninety percent of the trip refunded and that car somewhere between eight ten percent of your crap chris what kinds of things dis travel insurance cover against depending on the policy and bat vary widely berries by person even and by state are you you you don't always get the same policy by for the our main pushing policy you have your uh your mortgage coverage on your luggage you have a you know if you're if you get sick i'm a sunday and if you will the job terrorism those are things that are covered normally uh and sometimes they interruptions there are covered natural disasters manmade disasters those can all be covered again depend on the policy for a castle for and your even policy you're not happy even give the murray and for why you're cancelling you can just say i didn't i don't wanna go i don't feel like going and you'll get a percentage of your vacation back chris it seems like travel agents in the past have pushed insurance for years and years that people were really thinking about it or taking it has this changed agents are still pushing insurance sometimes for good reason but sometimes not let me give you an example if you're just going to visit grandma and you're driving their and pig you're not banging a hotel you're driving your own car and you're visiting a national par that's not the kind of vacation you're gonna wanna hey concerns about four because you know you're really you're not spending any money necessarily you're spending money on gas your leaping over at grandma's so there's no hotel.

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"eight ten percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"eight ten percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Into the president's term well i think we have learned all that much quite yeah i think what will be the biggest thing we've learned is kinda can enough fixedasset capitalism banking greedy bankers all of this everyone's greedy everyone's out to get the world at least she backed off of that and i think there was a realization that the private sector creates jobs in the private sector creates opportunity the private sector creates upward mobility in the eu help boogeyman perhaps that is the bagus lesson learned the biggest relief because prior to this i mean we had eight years of bashing private sector their free enterprise and i we have yet to see what's going to replace it i think they're still some uncertainty what's going to replace that but what we have seen has kind of an and the the private sector rhetoric zest seeking its doubledigit return world or david heroes singledigit guy now i take what you have to invest a up to pick a what's inflation walsh one or two percent the worst you'd interest rate speed you had a couple of points for that and what the equity risk premium on you and it altogether i think equity through time if you have an inflation environment of one two percent should be due to eight ten percent through thai crew time and what you achieve depending on where you enter evaluation cycle stocks are kind of rich in you enter their you'll get lesson that eight to ten percent stocks are kind of average valuation i would presume you get around eight to ten percent by dr cheap valuation level and the cycle you do better than eight or ten percent but i hope for my shareholders that we could do close the double digit and that we could be the index that we compete again by how measurable one one hundred fifty two hundred basis points and luckily over twenty five years we've been able to beat it by four hundred basis points so we got we get plane well we like this we bonus points because david her will return was considered as many of whom are great a hero sectors like that international.

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