35 Burst results for "Eighty Five Percent"
EPA rule sharply limits HFCs, gases used as refrigerants
"The environmental protection agency is sharply limiting domestic production and use of highly potent greenhouse gases commonly used as refrigerants the new rule aims to decrease production and use of hydro fluorocarbons spite eighty five percent over the next fifteen years part of a global phase out hydro fluorocarbons are considered a major driver of global warming thousands of times more powerful than carbon dioxide the often leaks through pipes or appliances that use compressed refrigerants such as refrigerators and air conditioners White House climate adviser Gina McCarthy says the rule is expected to reduce harmful emissions by the equivalent of four point five billion metric tons of carbon dioxide by twenty fifty a total similar to three years of emissions from the U. S. power sector Ben Thomas Washington
Apple Must Allow Other Forms of in-App Purchase, Rules Judge
"Apples expected to real a new iphone today but the biggest update may be in its app store. That's because of a ruling in the epoch versus apple lawsuit which came down in apple's favor with one big exception. A judge ruled that apple does not have to reduce the fees. It charges developers in its app stores. It's currently from fifteen to thirty percent. Fortnight epochs gay may. We're maine's banned from the app store. However because they broke their contract over the judge allowed the divers can use a non apps or payments to get around the apple store fees. That's a big change. It's a big win. Epoch still filed an appeal because it didn't declare apple monopolised etc etc. It's a really interesting ruling and to me. Apple did when they were going in this direction anyway with their previous settlement the week before and more gherman who writes really well about apple was like look. It's not that much money for them. They were going in this direction. Anyway and most people will probably still pick. Apple is the payment system. So what do you think about mark. Gherman swanee guess is your dog walker now anyways Look this was. This is an interesting case of the media deciding. Wouldn't it be more interesting to say. Epic fail for apple right and the reality was it was probably more of a win for our it distills down to it. A lot of anti-trust lawyers on both sides of the issue will say that it being a monopoly as an illegal. It's abusing monopoly power. And what they've said is okay you've minder standing of the ruling is the judge has basically said you've invested a lot. You've done a good job. People get utility from this consumers. Clearly love it. They don't feel angry that they you know they. They have to wait for someone to come installed their cable between the hours of one and five and three months because you have a regulated monopoly. But what they've said is its monopoly abuse. You can continue to charge thirty percent. You can continue to have somewhere between fifty five and eighty five percent market share depending on how you calculated. But we can't do is when someone's downloaded the app. Then decide that all tail activity within the app. You get a commission on their saw that as monopoly
Biden's Vaccine Mandate Spawns New GOP Fears: Finding and Keeping Workers
"The president's executive order setting vaccine mandates for both public and private employers touches off a chorus of legal threats from GOP governors Florida governor Ron DeSantis spears massive job losses this order would result potentially and millions of Americans losing their jobs but Jonathan cherub the CEO of a company that runs a number of car dealerships in South Florida since two of his workers have died and a number of others had to leave the job because of long term effects of covert nineteen we need to get it under control we need to be able to go forward in our lives as we once know it at the la Fonda on the plaza hotel in Santa Fe New Mexico general manager Rick blight says eighty five percent of his staff of well more than one hundred people are vaccinated and the mandate will eliminate his concerns about guests who may or may not be vaccinated having my step after that is one thing and that's great and I'll be very happy about that but also knowing that a lot of people walking through our doors are working for bigger employers hopefully and also vaccinated I'm timid wire
Clinics Ask High Court to Block Texas 6-Week Abortion Ban
"Abortion providers in Texas are asking the US Supreme Court to block a new state law that would allow private citizens to sue anyone who helps a woman get an abortion abortion providers filed an emergency appeal with justice Samuel Alito after a panel of appellate judges refused to block enforcement of the law before it takes effect Wednesday the plaintiffs say the new law would rule out eighty five percent of abortions in Texas and forced many clinics to close the Texas law bans abortion after a fetal heartbeat can be detected that can be as early as six weeks and can be before a woman even though she's pregnant instead of setting criminal penalties this long encourages private citizens to bring lawsuits against doctors or anyone who helps a woman gets an abortion at that early stage at least twelve other states have enacted similar bans but all have been blocked from going into effect Jackie Quinn Washington
Apple, US Developers Agree to App Store Updates
"News today. A kinder gentler app store late in the day on thursday apple issued a press release announcing changes that it hopes will subtle a class action lawsuit brought by smaller developers in the us according to the release the agreement clarifies developers can share purchase options with users outside of their ios app expense. The price points developers can offer for subscriptions in that purchases and paid apps and establishes a new fund to assist qualifying. Us developers going a bit more in depth points numerate it include keeping the current revenue split a fifteen percent to apple eighty five percent to developers making under a million dollars a year. The split stays thirty seventy for developers making over that amount with those terms set for the next three years. Search in the app store will continue to be based on objective characteristics like downloads star ratings text relevance and user behaviour signals that's at the request of developers according to apple and that is also for the next three years to give developers even more flexibility to reach their customers as apple. The company agrees developers can use communications such as email to share information about payment methods outside of their ios app. Customers have to agree to be reached by developers and must be able to opt out of such communication afterwards if customers go for a payment process outside of the app store apple takes no commission apple will also expand the number of price points available to developers force subscriptions in that purchases and paid apps while developers will continue to set their own prices. Apple will maintain the option for developers to appeal the rejection of an app based on perceived unfair treatment though it will add content. The app review website to help developers understand how the appeals process works.
This Stock Is the Gift That Keeps on Giving
"Got more tech related earnings. We're going to start with the chip maker. Invidia second quarter. Revenue came in higher than expected and management's guidance for third quarter revenue was also higher than analysts were expecting and shares of invidia up six percent. This on the surface looks pretty good. What does it look like underneath the surface. It's the gift that keeps on giving. I mean like the jelly of the month club. I mean total revenue up sixty eight percent here revenue for the the outlook. Like you were talking about chris. Six point eight billion you know for the third quarter of fiscal twenty twenty two that is definitely higher than analysts expected. I have been calling this a data center company. That does gaming. I'm going to say i was wrong about this. Only in the sense of this quarter because boy this quarter in video gaming business was absolutely and fogo on fire up. Eighty five percent to three point. Six billion up eleven percent from the previous quarter. This i mean it is still very much a cloud story here chris because for those who do not know invidia has arguably the top rated cloud gaming business in the world in g force now and that is now supporting over more than one thousand games on old computers in videos really killing it here now. The data center business. Chris was up thirty five percent. It's still a phenomenal business. And i think when you think about invidia it just does more stuff than you think it does like. It doesn't just make chips it makes these graphs cards that go into your gaming console. They also make servers that go into data centers. They are making a cloud gaming service that people like and are actually using. They're making software for doing ai. Tooling
Take Control of Your Finances to Make Your Business Succeed
"Are the tools that like a small business owner needs so they can understand what their financial position has costing profits. You know and and making real money from their business. Yeah so the first thing. I wanna make sure all the listeners understand is it's it's not your fault if you don't know Because a lot of times. I am seeing people who are embarrassed or ashamed that they don't know about the business finances but where would you have learned even if you went to to school beyond high school. You probably were studying your craft in your passionate next one. Whatever your business is in so high. School didn't teach you. And certainly your program probably didn't teach you so Let's kinda dispel that myth right away that you should know. So if you're going to get started. Which i absolutely think that you should some of the tools that you may make use of depending on the size of your business If you're you're getting started in your relatively small business you can use excel to get started. You don't even need to get into an accounting software But what i would highly recommend is that you do start The journey of learning whether you take a course whether you work with a business coach you actually get an understanding of what your your financial results are what they mean how to tell if you're making money how to assess your pricing. I work with entrepreneurs and the across all industries and small business owners sales up to typically two million at the high end and the the biggest thing i see across eighty five percent of my clients is they're not pricing their products or services profitably. Which in turn means. They are always struggling with cash flow. They're not getting steady paychecks. They're usually very stressed because they're not living up to commitments. They've made either to people in the business or to their families. And it's just something that doesn't have to happen if you can get your eyes on on your pricing if you can do it before you start all the better. But they're it's never too late to to get on up.
Robinhood Goes Meta, Becomes the Ultimate Meme Stock
"Robinhood taking investors on a joyride the stock surging as much as eighty one percent for triggering several trading halts early in the session. Robin had closing out the day with a gain of just fifty percent. It's now up. Eighty five percent since going public on thursday. So what's driving. The wild action shares. A robin hood. Let's kick things off with kate. Rooney's got the story kate. Tamerlane's yeah quite a turnaround for robin hood. The stock touched eighty five dollars earlier. That is well above where it last week robin hood. Stunk ended the day around. Seventy dollars per share was the second. Most traded name on the nasdaq. Today only behind. Amd and it was halted a few times for volatility today as far as trading volume it surpassed its ipo day with more than eight billion dollars worth of shares changing hands. The stock is still seen pretty thin trading so that thanks to some of those lock-up periods for certain investors mean fewer shares are available to trade. I'm told that brought a lot. More volatility today retail interest is another big factor. It is the most mentioned stock on read it. At least it was today. According to data from think with more mentions than both game stop and amc and momentum train is well. That is a factor. There's likely hedge funds looking to jump in on some of this action. Short interest though does not appear to be a factor at tends to be pretty expensive too short stock like robin hood so soon after nine peo- that is thanks to the lack of shares out there to borrow. I talked to s. three partners about this earlier. They say there is some short interest but it was really the long side. Driving robin hoods prices today.
Netflix Is Losing Subs in North America
"Netflix released its quarterly results. After markets closed yesterday revealing that it's staggering pandemic fuel rise is stalling. It's global subscriber. Growth was down by eighty five percent on a year earlier in north america at actually lost customers but still net flicks boss reed. Hastings sounded sanguine for at least the next several years the growth story of streaming as a whole is very intact and this is the internet applied to entertain and consumer entertainment around the world using enormous market on. The company has come a long way since it started renting. Dvd's by mail mostly by going all in on funding. Its own shows and films for the moment. There aren't plans to buy up any of its rivals. Mr hastings simply wants to out compete them. So i would say yearly a one product company with a bunch of supporting elements that help that on act incredible satisfaction for consumers and a monetize ing engines investing and. it's those supporting elements that may end up being key. Netflix tries to make itself as abroad as it's proved to be and its home market. Netflix didn't have a great quarterback. That's more or less what people were expecting tom. Wainwright economists media editor. What we saw was the number of subscribers in the united states and canada actually fooling very unusually net flicks while the number of subscribers in international markets continued to rise. And i think that's going to be the pattern of the next few years. So with the domestic market saturated. Then it's just a matter of of repeating its success in international markets. Yeah pretty much. Last year. we saw netflix made just over half of its revenue outside the us and canada. Which was the first time that it had done that. And i think going forward that's just going to be more and more case one estimate is that by twenty twenty five about two thirds of the company's revenues are going to be from international markets. Right now we're seeing nine out of ten new subscribers from
Dr. Michael Breus on the Commercial Sleep Areas That Have Evolved Recently
"I'm fascinated by all things sleep in the last time we had a chance to speak was in twenty seventeen and i know that there has been some interesting. I'm sure studies and research and with all things were always learning more. Can we just start with like what are some of the things that since the last time we talked you would say are probably most remarkable or profound. That people should be aware of absolutely. So i would say there's at least three different areas that were starting to see some pretty cool stuff happening in the sleep. Universe one is in terms of sleep tracking so when last we spoke there were a couple of sleep trackers on the market. But they're definitely more research has been done were now seeing. The trackers are becoming more accurate which is extremely important. You know right. When they came out sleep is very complicated metric. I think when i was last on the show i talked a little bit about it. You know when you're trying to measure somebody steps. It's pretty easy thing to do right. You need to know the length of their leg their gate. How fast they're going. I mean why frankly my daughter can do that. Calculus problem probably in her head. That sleep is a little bit different right so sleep you got. is it. How fast you fall asleep is when you get to deep sleep is when you get the rem. Sleep is it. The number of awakenings is the length of the awakenings awakenings in this stage versus that stage. As you can tell can go on for quite a while looking at the different metrics that you can put in sleep. But it's very difficult to have one sleep score. I would say that there are a couple of groups that are starting to get better and better at that. very thing. Study came out just a few weeks back looking at the fitbit. And the aura ring those to appear to be the most accurate on the marketplace. At least the ones that were tested by this research group when they had approximately an eighty five percent accuracy to what we call full nighttime police of nagasaki. So that's a sleep. Study in asleep laboratory so one of these rings or one of these wristbands specifically the aura and the fit bit appeared to have accuracy almost equal to that of a sleep laboratory. So number one. Make sure what you got is actually measuring what it's supposed to measure by number one. I think we're starting to learn more and more of that which is actually quite good. The second big thing that i've seen happen lately has been sleep. Coaching seems to have taken off quite a bit on the internet. I'm seeing lots and lots of people out there who are saying. Oh you know. I can coach you to a better night's sleep things of this nature. A little bit of buyer beware. I wouldn't say here too. Many of the people who are coaching online unfortunately have almost no qualifications. They're not doctors. They're not social workers. They're not psychiatrists psychologists ide- they really don't have any background other than their a life coach. And they've decided through their life coach certification that now they know something about sleep.
Tzipi Hotovely: Israels first female ambassador in the United Kingdom
"Of the battle. He's not just east rail. Your jewish we all need to fight together. And i think the fact that old people were arrested. I know that the british government and the british police been very active around. It is a good place to start but this is not the end we need. We need to do more in order to fight. Antisemitism and i know the jewish communities very much concerned because no one experienced anything like that in britain and we need to make sure that britain will be the free democratic country that it stands for its values and not a country where jews are afraid to go to school or go to synagogues or to look lectures should be hotter valley as israel's first female. Uk ambassador she was born in recovered in nineteen seventy eight. The daughter of soviet georgian emigrants ardent zionists as with previous ambassador gavin episode thirty. He one about social mobility in israel. The dynamism of the economy tragically. There's anti zionism among young jewish people across the west in the us and he two heads are being turned by media and peer pressure. And while seventy five percent of american jews support israel as a jewish state eighty. Five percents say it's important or very important to stand up for the oppressed or marginalized hundreds of jewish google employees rejected. What they call the conflict of israel with the jewish people overbearing anti-israel narrative makes bias out of balance palestinian. Ism chant along by half wit football. Whoa korie and tv celebrities and her excellency has a message for those in the diaspora who are less than supportive of the jewish state. The young generation in britain can sometimes be very critical but israel's policy in certain fields in areas. But i think that most israelis have their own opinions like as you know. We're we're a country that everyone can criticize the government But i think by criticizing policy. You cannot just go and not support israel. Supporting
How Come It's OK When Obama Says It?
"How come it's ok. When obama and the democrats note demographic changes happening in the country. But if i say it it's white supremacy right mr producer. How come how come when you look at the census data and you look these various Entities like gallup and you see it with your own. Two eyes obama brags about biden. Brags about it. The democrats brag about it. This is what the democrats want. This is what the democrats are doing. That's why the borders open. I've written about this talked about this. It's liberty and tyranny. How come we mentioned. Look what they're doing. Oh you must be white. Supremacist is barack obama. White supremacist. now that's number one. That's number one and this is purposeful what they're doing. Whatever you think about it this is purposeful. What they're doing number two white. America is Resentful and white. America fears this wide. America's resentful and white. America fears this. I don't know of white. America is there are people in this country. All walks of life all backgrounds all races who do not believe the border should be open to sex offenders and coyotes and a little kids coming across the border without their families. Mcallen texas is right on the border with mexico. It's eighty five percent hispanic. it's a heavy democrat city. They just elected a republican mayor. So the lie. That's out there. By obama and his ilk radical american marxist ilk and the media is that only white people and white supremacists are concerned about what's happening to the country. Now that's not true.
Understanding Lift Reports
"So me amount of had a long history together. We were a part of the founding team of barometric that was acquired by claratyne and still kicking around in the attribution space big fans of theirs as well and matt helped me a lot with my two part series on understanding lift reports because lift reports is an extension of campaign. Attribution are really important right there. The pretty visual at the end of it that can be used to optimize the campaign or honestly for a lot of you out there that hopefully will find value. And it's the type of thing that you send to the brand or you sent your boss to say like hey thumbs up. We did good so you know matt. Let's let's go over a few quick definitions here to make sure everybody's up to speed. So how'd you define attribution in podcasts. Advertising attribution very simply put the act of identifying if podcasts media exposures is driving a conversion or whatever the kpi or key performance indicator is for that particular advertiser cool. So this podcast. We have ads on here and if you know we mentioned like hey checkout pods sites dot com if there's a pixel in here what it's doing it's grabbing your ip address and it's trying to identify as much as they can about that had matched up for the exposure and then there's a pixel in the pod sites website. So when you visit. They're trying to learn as much about your visit there as well. Match at your device crap and try and link to to say the person visit. The website definitely was the person or even the household. More likely that. Listen to the yet right. Exa- exactly right why and what you're describing now is pixel based attribution right. Originally we talk about just general podcasts attribution. I would argue that. Those terms include the. How did you hear about us. Survey the vanity hurrell coupon code and things like that which you know to be very transparent on how we feel about that a pod sites then i would argue everybody else in the the pixel based attribution space feels is that the vast majority of advertisers. It's just not good enough. I know here. A lot of. I would say chatter around this idea of. Hey like seventy five eighty five percent of people that convert actually fill out that. How did you hear about a survey and then the next question is like what do you believe what they said. And that's always my biggest question is if i'm scrolling through the thousand indoor so shows that exists on some of these how did you hear about a surveys is my finger gonna get tired of is gonna stop and click on whatever. Am i going to find a show that i really like that. I want to give the credit and just select and then move on or did i actually hear the add on that show
UK Authorizes Use of J&J Vaccine as Virus Cases Edge Up
"British government regulators have authorized another coronavirus vaccine for use amid concerns about rising could beat nineteen cases the medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency says the single dose vaccine made by Johnson and Johnson has met the expected standards of safety quality and effectiveness the regulator says the vaccine developed by J. and J. subsidiary Johnson has been shown to be sixty seven percent effective overall in preventing could nineteen infection I'm eighty five percent effective in preventing severe disease or hospitalization it can be stored at refrigerated temperatures making it ideal for distribution to places such as care homes the green light takes the number of vaccines in Britain's armory to fall I'm Charles that's my
The Hidden Cost of Miscarriage
"Of the forty three percent of americans who say they live paycheck to paycheck. Eighty five percent are women and of the thirty percent of americans who earn minimum wage. Sixty six percent. Are women women are more likely to work in lower income jobs than men which means their schedules are more erratic. Their hours are in assessing to feed their family to put not just two meals but three meals on the table. So time off just isn't an option. Time off is money very few companies offer miscarriage. Leave paid time off is something. They're just not incentivized to do because they perceive it as a cost both in dollars and productivity which i would argue the cost of human capital is far greater by not giving this carriage leave. Meanwhile unpaid time off for pregnancy loss is simply something most women cannot elective. -ly do an even though i've been a champion for women's voices in economic issues for more than a decade. I couldn't have imagined that. Miscarriage would actually be one of those issues until i experienced it. Firsthand my emotional experience isn't rare but my ability to take time off to recover from my miscarriage is and the ability to do so is an unexpected side effect. I believe of a broken financial system. It's exceedingly rare to have a clear and specific policy in place. New zealand recently approved. Three days paid leave after a pregnancy loss and i think companies can and should create their own
Apple Could Crush Earnings Estimates
"Apple reports march quarter earnings in a couple of weeks. That means it's time for notes to start trickling in from the financial front offering ideas on how the numbers will look barons. Wrote up one such note from ever court. Isi analyst dairy non the the way ad rock sees it. The cupertino company is well positioned to beat expectations according to the report dairy non notes. An iphone shipments in china were up one hundred eighty five percent in the first two months of the corridor while the app store saw thirty two percent growth in the quarter he notes that apple had guided to some deceleration and services and the quarter after thirty percent growth in the december quarter but he sees potential that that growth will be steady or better given strengthened the app store now. One point of concern lies in components or potential lack thereof while the supply chain issues are real wrote. The analyst we expect apple will be relatively protected by its status as one of the largest electronics purchasers in the world there noni hasn't outperform rating on apple shares. His price target on the shares is one hundred seventy five dollars
Interview With Ethan Diamond Of Bandcamp
"And today my conversation with ethan diamond the ceo and co founder of band camp band camp describes itself as an online record store and music community. Any band or musician can post their music on the site sell it and also offer merchandise and tickets for live performances and the artists keep more than eighty percent of the profit band. Camp had been steadily growing since its launch in two thousand seven but last year was its biggest yet. Traffic to the site surged as concerts and festivals. Mostly shut down. You know as you said. We're essentially an online record store and use a community where fans connect with artists and directly. Support them and about half. The business is physical record. So vinyl cassettes cds. A lot of t-shirts as well and then half the business is a digital music. So people buying Digital and digital tracks directly from the artist and we also recently launched live streaming. So now tickets are part of it as well but You know. I would say that the thing that really sets us apart is that we just built the whole company and the welfare of the artist. So we don't we don't sell advertising. We don't really focus on subscriptions. We just help. Artists sell their music. And then we take a small revenue share on every sale. So what to say is that we only make money. If artists make a lot more money and sort of alignment of interest that we have built into our business model is really just everything about i would were. I would say an artist. I music company and something like eighty. Five percent on average of the revenue goes directly to the artist right. Yeah it's it ends up being There's payment processing fees Fee so on our and it varies by transactions is comes out to about eighty two percents that goes directly to the to the artist and then we pay that out every it usually takes about twenty four to forty eight hours. I've heard it described a little bit like esi for independent music. Is that a fair comparison. Totally yeah i and which i take is a complimentary. I think that that's i think it's a really good comparison at ca and banker both really large marketplaces that I think really focus on supporting the
Jamie Dimon says economic boom fueled by deficit spending, vaccines could ‘easily run into 2023’
"Well you talk about that. Forecast for the economy and the markets in his annual letter to shareholders. Were talking longtime head of j. P. morgan jamie diamond says deficit spending stimulus money and vaccines could altogether fueled the economic recovery. Well into the year. Twenty twenty three twenty two twenty three. So what about the market. Well if dimas right. And i believe he is and i believe the economy could be fueled could stay in a boom longer than that but if diamonds right we should remember that the market is up. Eighty five percent of the time during long periods of economic growth. Now during that other fifteen percent of the time pullbacks of up to fifteen percent can be the best time to carefully get in and or adjust your existing portfolio for continued growth.
"eighty five percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Nine nine six DM got that new program here you called the and figure it out but I understand or some changes coming to the VA there are changes to that have already happened to both VA and FHA and then there's another change starting on January first twenty twenty two another aspect to the VA so currently this wind effect on September first twenty nineteen on an FHA loan now the maximum refi cash out you can do is eighty five percent use may be able to go up higher not anymore on a VA loan you could do an interest rate reduction loan you can do a cash out loan whatever it may be unavailing because purchase we can do a hundred percent of the purchase on a VA well used to be able to do that on a refinance not anymore VA now refinances are capped at ninety percent they have dropped the loan to value that you can refinance on both VA and FHA loans and like I said that went into effect on September first twenty nineteen but there is one other change that's coming up at the first of the year in January first twenty twenty and it is called the blue water navy Vietnam veterans active twenty nineteen it's already passed the Congress so it's already enacted it just takes effect on January one and basically what it's going to do is it's going to expand the maximum guarantee amounts for purchase construction and cash out refinance loans greater than the Freddie Mac conforming loan limits so what that means in plain speaking is that the Freddie Mac conforming loan limits right now are four hundred and eighty three thousand five hundred that's for twenty nineteen it may change in twenty twenty we always find out right at the beginning of the year so right now that's the maximum you can do and whether it is are gonna expand that because when you get a VA loan what I'm gonna do very first thing I'm gonna do is I'm a log into the V. a portal into the VA system and I'm gonna pull your certificate of eligibility and it's going to tell me exactly how much L. ability eligibility I'm sorry you have or have left over maybe you've already use it once or twice before you replace that are you haven't replaced it maybe just have a portion and so tell me what what we can use so after January one those limits are going to be higher in certain areas of the country nice get ready to go to break here but I want to take this with your permission right I would like to take this last segment and talk about for the existing mortgage owner homeowner when do you make a decision to refinance so if I'm it acts it has to be such and such below it in order to refinance and makes the you can make sense can we do that we come back absolutely will yeah our friend Dan Harper over in trust mortgage for six nine four eight zero seventy seven ninety nine again for six nine.
"eighty five percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Eighty five percent of the payments they made but the deal does not resolve claims for the actual wild fire victims that is still on going as utility tries to emerge from bankruptcy by next year the trump administration has announced it is going to try to tackle the homelessness problem in California and aids have been sent to our state on fact finding missions then I talked with second area congressman Armey bear about the homeless problem homelessness is a major issue not just in the city of Sacramento but also in the suburbs and now we're obviously going to welcome any federal assistance but yes some of the language in the rhetoric that the the president and the ministrations using makes it seem overly political again I would have I would urge the administration the president release funds to the local communities because again the local communities probably have a better sense of what those causes of home with a far. right and apparently some administration officials have already visited Los Angeles so I it's uncertain whether or not any federal funding would come out to our area but of course our mayor Gerald Steinberg is on the governor's. the governor's homelessness commission and Mehrestan Berg saying was aware of what the president could offer but would certainly accept any federal funds. yeah I I I I think I would echo what matter Steinberg's indicators is. yeah the the way the presence approaching this almost sounds like you're gonna gonna be warehouse thing the homeless in the three human beings and yeah they fall on hard times in their home was for one reason or another I'm not denying that there's the urgency in California and in Sacramento to help address this but again I would urge the administration to release additional funding to the local communities and let the local communities use those funds in the most efficient way possible and finding that the most efficient and best way of course is key are there any strategies are ideas that you've heard of that resonate with you on how to tackle this you know certainly a couple I mean homelessness isn't one size fits all you know certainly there's the need to address the underlying mental health or substance abuse issues the housing crisis and the lack of affordable housing as well as enough housing certainly is contracted services as well and he you know I think its multi factorial yeah I know mash Feinberg I talked them a couple weeks ago and damn he's obviously pushing to do you have in person and okay folks and said livable shelters that bad of a a great first step but I also think we've got to make sure we address the underlying issues you know fast mental health or substance abuse we've got a can comment we address those issues as well. all right and that is congressman Armey bearer for of course from the Sacramento area bring your time to five fifty it's time for your traffic.
"eighty five percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And at worst social security is only tax I say only eighty five percent that sounds like a lot but I arrays attacks the hundred percent so I'd rather have the money that's less tax more of that going into retirement parts of what he's saying I agree with. the biggest issue I have is anybody who uses the word always in any sentence unless it's scientific fact starts to bother me you know a little bit again two plus two always equals four but whether or not you should always pull money out of your IRA account before taking so security is not always the case you would have to know exactly when you're going to die to be only answer that question and and nobody knows that for sure so always I have an issue but generally it's a good idea to start spending down the money in your IRA accounts it's just one component of an overall income plan and having income plan is is a big deal because we do have to worry about taxes he mentions of security being taxed at eighty five percent although that's not always the case for some individuals is not taxed at all there are other things that we should look at which are one of the tax brackets each year how much am I going to be taxed okay I've got IRA money maybe have some raw fairy money maybe I have some a joint account something like that what's the most efficient way for your specific situation to start accessing money and then take a look at your individual situation and that's what financial planning and complaining is all about so ed slott might be right in some situations but he's not quote on quote always going to be right there so if you have questions about your specific situation give us a call will sit down do that analysis of your current plan put together an income planned for you put together a comprehensive financial plan for you and we could do it all for you complementary if you want to give us a call.
"eighty five percent" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"High school graduate heading to college should in fact be heading to college the American college health association says there increased incidence of college freshmen experiencing anxiety depression bipolar disorder eating disorders and even self harm in fact surveys of college students show that eighty five percent of them described being overwhelmed fifty one percent say that at some point in the last school year they felt that quote things were hopeless and thirty three percent of college students and one third receive treatment a campus counseling centers are you sure your child is as prepared to go to college as you believe American parents no longer encourage childhood independent you know we we remember when we were young kids mom and dad throws out of the house and said come back at dinner they don't know where we were what we were doing if we're going to go play ball was because somebody showed up at the playground with a ball that was in an adult insight given us the rules in providing as uniforms and telling us what to do and where to play and how to stand we figured it out on our own that doesn't really happen anymore today adults are exerting massive influence and control over their children's lives the result is over preparation over protection and over investment parents tend to put academic achievement at the center of a child's self esteem they tend to keep children from making mistakes and preventing them from learning from those mistakes as well and parents often meet their own needs by forcing their children to do things the parents wish they had done when they were kids the result is that we've got a generation of youth that frankly are challenged in handling the emotional ups and downs of college fear of not belonging fear from being far from home struggling with loneliness you need to have a serious conversation with your children as they head out to college in these weeks I am staying in touch with them to record make sure that they recognize that if they are feeling anxious or depressed suffering from an eating disorder or thinking of self harm that they talk to you they talk to someone at school counselor somebody that they are not alone and that they can speak up without fear of embarrassment or repercussions and by the way what is it that your child is going to be majoring in a college Bankrate dot com just released the best and worst college degrees they looked at a hundred sixty two majors and they looked at graduates based on how much money they're earning with the rate of unemployment in that field and whether or not the field requires more than a bachelor's degree in what they discovered is that the five most valuable college majors you guessed it they're pretty much all in stem subjects number one the best college major naval architecture and marine engineering number two nuclear engineering number three pharmaceutical sciences and administration number for genetics and.
"eighty five percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Real eighty five percent of the nation's population is caught up in a heat wave this weekend here in DC were under an excessive heat warning as temperatures could have the triple digits right now at Reagan national it's ninety two but feels like one oh three this is W. a mail weather channel forecaster mark Tividale he wants that is reserved for times when the actual high actual temperatures going in the upper nineties with the heat index level one of five one of the one tenant cases and we are far from alone well the two hottest days of this heat wave are coming over the weekend here mayor bill de Blasio is still concerned about stress on the electrical grid we still want people be mindful staying cool but also trying to limit whatever electric consumption I can he's asked large buildings to set their thermostats of seventy eight degrees through Monday it may seem like a given but he's also reminding people never leave your children in a car in this kind of condition even if you leave windows open is still may not be safe the city is making over five hundred cooling centers available for people to get out of the heat and public pools extended their hours to eight PM Steve casting doubt New York new this new Montgomery County executive mark Eldridge has selected as new police chief Eldridge told but that's to beat hell nominate former Portsmouth Virginia police chief Tonya Chapman the other finalists Takoma park chief Antonio devol withdrew his name earlier this week Chapman is spent three decades as a cop the last three in Portsmouth where she was forced to resign as chief the details of her departure remain in dispute Chapman told local media some officers there didn't like taking orders from an African American female the Portsmouth city manager would only say there were leadership concerns the county council will interview Chapman in the fall and decide whether to approve for hiring John Matthews on.
"eighty five percent" Discussed on KGO 810
"An average eighty five percent water balance of nature uses cold vacuum technology to remove the water leaving only the whole food we don't use any heat air or light drying methods that damage nutrients are cold vacuum technology maintains ninety nine percent of the fresh fruits and vegetables original nutritional value along with diet and exercise mother nature provides fruits and vegetables to help us maintain good health to order go to balance of nature dot com or call one eight hundred two four six eight seven five one that's one eight hundred two four six eight seven five one and use discount code John roll around and poison ivy to the backstroke in a lake full of per honest iron my pants while I'm wearing them there are lots of things you'd probably rather do than talk to your kids about drugs but once you learn what to say it gets a lot less painful give a sumo wrestler piggy back and I have a bad back three words exploratory dental surgery get the help you need a drug free dot org from the partnership for a drug free America I don't walk up to somebody and say Hey my name's chief I thought help in the mental health system not natural to do that but when you see somebody struggling and they give you this well you don't know what I'm going through and that's when you pull out that ace and you say yes I do know what you're going for it takes courage to ask for help an anonymous self assessment is available online take the first step to healing visit military mental health dot org or call eight seven seven eight seven seven three six forced if you don't know your numbers you don't know your business meet Evan Goldberg founder of next week I had to learn that the hard way with my first company that's why I started net sweet I needed to see everything that was going on with my business.
"eighty five percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"An average eighty five percent water balance of nature uses cold vacuum technology to remove the water leaving only the whole food we don't use any heat air or light drying methods that damage nutrients are cold vacuum technology maintains ninety nine percent of the fresh fruits and vegetables original nutritional value along with diet and exercise mother nature provides fruits and vegetables to help us maintain good health to order go to balance of nature dot com or call one eight hundred two four six eight seven five one that's one eight hundred two four six eight seven five one and use discount code John roll around and poison ivy to the backstroke in a lake full of Parana's iron my pants while I'm wearing them there are lots of things you'd probably rather do than talk to your kids about drugs but once you learn what to say he kept a lot less painful give a sumo wrestler piggy back and I have a bad back three words exploratory dental surgery get the help you need a drug free dot org from the partnership for a drug free America I don't walk up to somebody and say Hey my name's chief I thought help in the mental health system not natural to do that but when you see somebody struggling and they give you this well you don't know what I'm going through and that's when you pull out that ace and you say yes I do know what you're going for it takes courage to ask for help an anonymous self assessment is available online take the first step to healing visit military mental health dot org or call eight seven seven eight seven seven three six four seven you don't need another sports star show everyone in these smaller sit in our.
"eighty five percent" Discussed on KGO 810
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"eighty five percent" Discussed on KGO 810
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"eighty five percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"eighty five percent" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"This program. And I welcome them on board because I'm not a friend of big pharma big pharma sold us down the run ObamaCare. And now they are using patent protection to inflate the cost of drugs. Driving the drug industry prices. To the sky and a an op-ed came out over the weekend James Edwards at Fox News and James Edwards appears to be a good guy said he's had a property rights for eagle forum. But I just gotta read the to Senator John Cornyn. He writes recently said he peers drug companies, maybe gaming, America's patent system. According to the Republican Senator from Texas some firms are making insignificant tweaks to drug formulas and then finally new patents on the upgraded. Medicines. The firms then allegedly used these patents to prevent competing treatments from entering the market. Corden cited recent increases in the price of insulin. As proof of this alleged gaming, many urge his colleagues to consider changing patent laws to prevent such abuses. His efforts continued the op-ed to reduce patients pharmacy bills are laudable that America's patent system isn't driving up the price of drug. That's that's a naked assertion. That's not true. Yes. It is. In fact, patents are the reason that those medications exist in the first place that's a non sequitur patents. Do encourage the production of new drugs there. Very useful to that end. But patent manipulation is bad Cornyn noted the sticker price events on the sort five as much as five hundred eighty five percent in recent years. The op-ed notes that makes it difficult for some of the two point eight million Texas with diabetes to afford their prescription some one in four patients recently skipped doses because they don't want to afford it. And then from the non sequitur he jumps to a straw man rolling back patent protections wouldn't make drugs more affordable. That's not what we're proposing patent manipulation needs to put an end to that is the bottom line..
"eighty five percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
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"eighty five percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Eighty five percent faster than the competition. I would definitely use them again. Great job. Look sorry. I had a curse, but leave. I wrote it, and I'm sure people can relate the guy was in a living h e double hockey sticks because of some other mortgage company, how many times do you hear from people that have had a terrible experience in the past. And they're almost like, you know, a puppy that's been kicked. I wish I was telling you guys at very rarely comes up. And unfortunately, we're hearing this on I'd say one out of every ten calls to where they're just they're just upset at how the process is unfolding. They're not getting back to the customer in time. They're constantly having to explain their story to the next person because they don't always kind of work efficiently. They're not under one building. What really helps network capital when it comes to the turn times and the communication in the transparency is everyone's under the same building. So you'd have processing underwriting post closing sales marketing ownership everybody working under the same roof on the same floor. Is really just easy to push clean in clean out in the customers. Enjoy because they develop a relationship. They don't wanna have to constantly keep explaining the same information over and over and over all they want to do is call in tell you what they want put you to work sit back and enjoy the ride and hope and hope it gets done in ten business days. So if you guys like trying to save five hundred twenty eight a month six thousand three hundred thirty six year, here's your opportunity. All you have to do is make contact be a friend about your situations. And I think you're gonna like what you hear the number eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six eight, and if you are reading the paper work, it is not that scary shots going gonna break it down when we come back..
"eighty five percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Rationale for taxing up to eighty five percent was well, if you buy off on the rationale that fifty percent of the money that was paid in on your behalf was pretext that fifty percent of the money with that was paid was post-tax because you were not able to deduct the FICO premiums out of your check, but your employer or if you're self employed half of the money, you paid for self employment tax did deduct the money. Well, the benefit the receiving is a combination of the employer contribution your contribution. And earnings. Yeah. So those earnings haven't been taxed so we're gonna tax up to eighty five percent. And that's what they did in nineteen Ninety-three. They added another. Threshold. Yes. Another trigger point. So there's the. Let's let's stick with Mary couples very couple of thirty two thousand dollars triggers up to fifty percent of your social security to be taxable. Now, we have another threshold it's higher, right? Forty four thousand forty four thousand. So what they do is if your income, you're modified adjusted gross income. That's that number John talked about before all the income and the tax will call them plus tax free municipal bond interest plus half of the social security that you've been paid for the year if that exceeds twenty five thousand or thirty two thousand isn't very couple finally Dr return, but it's not more than forty four thousand you just take the, you know, the difference over the threshold divide by two. But where it gets Heiki is where you go over the forty four. Then it starts adding up really quickly because for every dollar you show up on the on the magic eighty five cents of previously untaxed scaredy shows up at taxable as well..
"eighty five percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Com, and you can click on. Okay. Listen to this. I would say if you if you look fairly back at the record and. Don't expect perfection that the fed did a very good job, particularly in the height of the crisis. The first quantitative easing program, and the other things that the government did not the fed were successful successful. Seventy eight percent of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. Would you? Call that successful seventy eight percent paycheck to paycheck. What are you nuts? Successful. They're talking about quantitative easing. I'll show you what they did. Okay. The market crashes in two thousand eight they should've let the market continued to crack it shouldn't correct it they can let the correction happen. But no, they interfered and no longer is a free market capitalist system. They jumped in and put in a printed called QE, they printed immediately three point two trillion. The Federal Reserve purchase one trillion dollars worth of stock on November two thousand eight and the market went up eighty percent. It didn't go up because earnings it didn't go up because of profits it won't because Federal Reserve goes in and purchase stock themselves all fake October or November two thousand ten market starting to collapse. They go back in short backup back up six hundred and fifty billion they buy more shares. The stock market goes up. Thirty three percent starts to collapse. Again. 'nother QE this is the third one four hundred billion September two thousand eleven the market went up twenty eight percent. They did another one October two thousand twelve Marco up twenty five percent because they've bought a trillion dollars worth of stock. So what they bought is one trillion six hundred fifty billion and another one trillion, wait a minute. That's not good for the economy. That's all fake, then they started their stock buybacks to keep earnings up. So each company could buy their own shares reduced their shares shown they reported their earnings, which are real crap. But they could do is spread their earnings over fewer shares that they owned within cook. And push those pushed the earnings up, and then pushed the stock price up all thoughts, and then they had a false set of prophets, which was paper profits. This is called a bubble. And when the bubble comes to an end and all this debt, they have to pay back interest rates, you're no longer zero. And that's why we saw the third quarter. Are the fourth quarter earnings starting to take starting to tank, and then they're all surprised they're not surprised. I know exactly what was going on at the same time wasn't just us was all through the world. And so now, we have a two hundred forty seven trillion and global debt besides our own debt here. Twenty one trillion get is a killer. I can't believe he saying how great QE was. It's not great. It's killing. Now. Who was a great for? It was great for the one percent tile because the market went up three hundred. I think and fifty percent, but we're not the one percentile. It went up the market went up seventeen trillion dollars who grabbed the seventeen trillion. Eighty five percent are ninety five percent of that went to the one percentile. I'm sorry. Fifteen trillion dollars fifteen trillion and a one percent time they grabbed they grabbed a eighty five percent of that fifteen trillion eighty five percent of fifteen Troyer. What about our workforce? No seventy percent of the people are working paycheck to paycheck. So how could he say this? I would say if you if you look fairly back at the record, and and don't expect perfection that the fed did a very good job. Very good jobs. A great job anybody could do that a monkey could do that. If a monkey was a billionaire. He could do that. Wow. All fake. But here's the real problem as the one percent became even more rich. What happens? Our congress continues to let them do queuing. Why would our congress? Let them do QE are you notch QE used to be a fraud. It was a felony. But they let them continue to. To do it why. Because the more well the one percent created they owned congress, and they would tell congress. What rules? What regulations they could set? And that's because they were show power for the one percent so wealthy that they could go and buy the congress, and that's what they've done. So think about I mean, this is amazing. If you think about it how they knew our congress. This was terrible. Stock buybacks was a killer. Kudlow was killing the country. All but but when they start cuddle had nothing to do with two thousand eight but think about it this congress of ours could care less about America. We talked about that yesterday. They could care less. All they cared about was themselves, and they were bought in. Here's the problem. This think about our congress. I mean, I get sick think about they let them do the since two thousand eight stock buybacks is the biggest threat to our economy to our economic growth, but congress less than do this print print. Sixteen trillion dollars are congress. Let's them knowing there's nothing more that this stock buyback is nothing more than a tool to artificially inflate the bottom line earnings so Mitchell, eight stock by stock prices hires. So they CEO gets rich and the one percentile get rich. And but the workers don't get anything. But congress let's that happen. Are you? That's why it's called shock by Baxter. Call prosperity without profits prosperity without profits. But congress do all this stock buyback steals money think they knew the stock buyback steals money from from the company's capital investment account. How how important is that that's real important because a company should take that capital investment and invested back into the company to increase productivity to increase productivity, you increase wages, but they didn't do that. Congress knew they were that congress instead knew that the is putting in their own pocket and into the shareholders shareholders pocket and another thing. Nothing was flowing down to main street Berkeley the middle class. There was no increase in wages, and what little increases they got. Let's say three percent. A year was being eaten up just by healthcare alone. Obamacare was has gone up five percent a year. This amazing. But they bought they were bought so I can't fix any of that. I can't fix that. I can't fix that. I mean, I was wrong. The one percent how sliced up ninety five percent. Of the gains in the stock market from two thousand eight to two thousand eighteen that was manufactured by stock by backs. But here's what we can do. Here's what we can do. Let's go to the stock corner show you what my members are doing. Brought to you by the max vest one thousand stock charts. Okay. Here's what we can do. If you go in my gang, you become a member. Then what you're gonna if you if you don't have time. And if you're just a very very busy person. And even if you aren't busy if you just don't wanna go learn you don't want to come to the classroom nine thirty two from from nine thirty to eleven o'clock. You just don't wanna learn I understand that they want you. Join my gang thirty nine ninety five and just follow the working group, which of the same five stocks. We've been in long-term for two years making an average at least ten percent. And I can't guarantee that whatever we made in the past. I can't guarantee you're going forward. But that'd be so simple. And Dell we ask is to send some money to Saint Jude. We'll be right back to see how. Well, our members are doing..
"eighty five percent" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"He's going to go, Sarah any animal can go feral wild animals to me. And this is nonscientific because I'm not a scientific person. I'm an emotional person who happens to have twenty plus years working with these animals, but have today. Don't deserve the nest of the wolf dog of yesterday. Does that make sense eighty five percent of the world's dogs out there in well in my facility and having handled more than five hundred since nineteen ninety four probably closer to six hundred eighty five percent of them are product of a wolf dog dog breeding or wolf dog to dog breeding three four five generations removed from the peer wolf, they're capable of living in a house with cats and kids and doing just fine. If they're raised by a responsible owner, but you think that anybody can get a wolf dot. Think she'd have a border collie or Jack Russell. Yes. Well, there you go. But, but I say if I am person looking at a wolf dog and a lot of people on this program will go, you know, maybe go and start to research, this do you think that what kind of person should own a wolf dog? Tell me what they what do you think is the background that you look for. When you go to place a wolf dog from your sanctuary into a hall. What makes a person responsible owner? Now, that's a very very good question, and I don't do adoptions anymore, and that's because of North Carolina regulations if I'm going to do options, they want me to keep my animals on concrete or eight inches of gravel, and that's just not fair to them. So I have I declined doing adoption I will do a facility to facility transfer. If I have an animal that comes in that's pet quality. What I would look for in an animal an animal owner wolf dog owner perspective is good canine savvy, understanding that you have a highly intelligent animal. That you have to be smarter than they are the majority of the animals that come in to rescue. We're owned by someone who shouldn't have owned that. Right. Right and wolf's have much bigger brains than dogs. Do does that make a wolf smarter than a dog in your experience? You have to get into smart defining smart. You'll find me up and there's such a broad spectrum. I think the biggest thing with wolf dogs. My dear is one size does not fit all if you can start out with a low content, husky mutt. You know, both parents being wolf dogs little little husky German shepherd little wolf in there. You know, basically start out there that would be like an eight cylinder car. A dog is a four cylinder car mid contents. And your high contents can often be like twelve cylinder car. It's about responsible ownership and being able to understand the animal. I would suggest for anyone wanting to explore being owned by a wolf dog. Instead of owning. Walk 'cause they do kind of they require a bit more attention than your average labrador. But then again, so does a border collie. So does a high intensity animal where the job balance here at a sanctuary or rescue? Learn your dog breed Don bring that's his in in there is as important as any type of wolf content. Sure, usually pretty amiable and get along with others malamute's had a tendency to be same sex, aggressive or other animal aggressive and learn your dog.
"eighty five percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Com, and you can click on. Okay. Listen to this. I would say if you if you look fairly back at the record and don't expect perfection at the fed did a very good job, particularly in the height of the crisis the first quantitative easing program, and the other things that the government did not the fed. We're successful successful. Seventy eight percent of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. Would you? Call that successful seventy eight percent paycheck to paycheck. What are you nuts? Successful. They're talking about quantitative easing. I'll show you what they did. Okay. The market crashes in two thousand eight they should've let the market continued to crash shouldn't have corrected it. They should let the correction happen. But no, they interfered and no longer is a free market capitalist system. They jumped in and they put in a printed called QE, they printed immediately three point two trillion. The Federal Reserve purchased one trillion dollars worth of stock on November two thousand eight and the market went up eighty percent. It didn't go up because earnings it didn't go up because of profits it won't because Federal Reserve goes in and purchase stock themselves fake October or November two thousand ten market starting to collapse. They go back in short backup proper backup six hundred and fifty billion. They buy more shares. The stock market goes up thirty three percent start to collapse again. They do nother QE. This is the third one four hundred billion September two thousand eleven the market went up twenty eight percent. They did another one October two thousand twelve Marco went up twenty five percent because they've bought a trillion dollars worth of stock. So what they bought is one trillion six hundred and fifty another foreign billion and another one trillion, wait a minute. That's not good for the economy. That's all fake, then they started their stock buybacks to keep earnings up. So that each company could buy their own shares reduced their shares showing they reported their earnings, which are real crap. What they could do is their earnings over fewer shares that they owned within took and push those shared pushed the earnings up and pushed the stock price up off thoughts, and then they had a false set of profits, which was paper profits. This is called a bubble. And when the bubble comes to an end and all this debt, they have to pay back interest rates, you're no longer zero. And that's why we saw the third quarter of. The fourth quarter earnings starting to take starting to tank, and then they're all surprised they're not surprised. I know exactly what was going on at the same time wasn't just us was all through the world. And so now, we have a two hundred forty seven trillion and global debt besides our own debt here. Twenty one trillion get is a killer. I can't believe he saying how great this QE was. It's not great. It's killing her. Now who was a great for. It was great for the one percent tile because the market went up three hundred fifty percent. But we're not the one percent tile and went up the market went up seventeen trillion dollars who grabbed the seventeen trillion. Eighty five percent are ninety five percent of that went to the one percentile. I'm sorry. Fifteen trillion dollars fifteen trillion and a one percent time they grabbed they grabbed a eighty five percent of that fifteen trillion eighty five percent of fifteen trillion. What about our workforce? No, seventy eight percent of the people are working paycheck to paycheck. So how could he say this? I would say if you if you look fairly back at the record and don't expect perfection. Very good job. Very good jobs. A great guy anybody could do that a monkey could do that. If a monkey was a billionaire. He could do that. Wow. All fake. But here's the real problem as the one percent became even more rich. What happens? Our congress continues to let them do QE. Why would our congress? Let them do QE. Are you nuts QE used to be a fraud? It was a felony. But they let them continue to do it why. Because the more. Well, the one percent created they owned congress, and they would tell congress. What rules? What regulations they could set? And that's because they were show powerful. The one percent so wealthy that they could go and buy the congress, and that's what they've done. So think about this is amazing. If you think about it how they knew our congress that this was terrible stock buyback. Was a killer. Kudlow was killing the country. All but when they start cuddle had nothing to two thousand and eight but think about this congress of ours could care less about America. We talked about that yesterday. They could care less. All they cared about was themselves, and they were bought in. Here's the problem just think about our congress. I mean, I get sick think about they let them do the since two thousand eight stock buybacks is the biggest threat to our economy to our economic growth of congress less than do this print print. A sixteen trillion dollars are congress. Let's him knowing there's nothing more that this stock buyback is nothing more than a tool to artificially inflate the bottom line earnings so to Mitchell ape stock by stock prices hires. So they CEO gets rich and the one percent how get rich, and but the workers don't get anything. But congress let that happen. Are you get? That's why it's called shock by Baxter. Call prosperity without prophets prosperity without profits. But congress you all this stock buyback steals money think they knew the stock buyback steals money from from the company's capital investment account. How how important is that that's real important because a company should take that capital investment and invested back into the company to increase productivity to increase productivity, you increase wages, but they didn't do that. Congress knew they were good that congress instead knew that the is putting in their own pocket and into the shareholders shareholders pocket and another thing. Nothing was flowing down to main street, especially the middle class. There was no increase in wages, and what little increases they got. Let's say three percent. A year was being eaten up just by healthcare alone. Obamacare was going up five percent a year. This amazing. But they they bought they were bought so I can't fix any of that. I can't fix that. I can't fix that. I mean, I was wrong. The one percent how sliced up ninety five percent of the gauge in the stock market from two thousand eight to two thousand eighteen there was manufactured by stock buybacks. But here's what we can do. Here's what we can do. Let's go to the stock corner.