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Chromebooks Gain Share of Education Market Despite Shortages
"Four our first story pandemic has been huge for laptops and Google secret profit is winning it all chromebooks because we got, we got a whip out the history books here. We've come a long way with the old laptop computer my first computer ahead to live with my legs because it was a gateway, it was like to metric ton the only computer with a cow theme I think that's what they were going for their and then compaq laptops. I'm pretty sure doubled as a bulletproof like storm shield. Yeah, they were. Very Bruce Wayne, and then you had the dude, you're getting a Dell Guy. It's going to cost three thousand dollars. You better get a mortgage for that del. Ted Day the laptop market has changed in ways that might surprise you out. chromebooks are officially becoming the unofficial laptop of over Nineteen Jack. I noticed that because learning is happening remotely schools have been snatching up just the cheapest laptop option out there for kids and you know chromebooks are coming in at like two hundred fifty on the bottom of this is like a skinny computer with no hard drive it's basically a. Lego, it's a physical reincarnation of a chrome web browser that's about it oh, and if you're curious about getting one there sold out, it's a five-month way. Schools are snatching these up at such a rapid rate in preparation for distant learning that crumbs global market share for computers has climbed to ten percent from eight percent last year, which brought Jack and I do a key question. We found fascinating what Tech Company is. Dominating for laptops right now, this same tech company that was dominating for laptops three years ago Nick Microsoft. If there's a Microsoft makes its own laptops, but it's windows software still powers get this eighty three percent of laptops globally we're not just talking about those surface tablets. We're all seeing commercials for now Dell HP Lenovo, most of them are running on windows just like they were thirty years ago and you like look around a college philosophy class and see a lot of silver rectangle or apple macbooks not the winner smack books have just a tiny market according to the. Just, seven percent of global computers are Max ask because Apple has become the global club for high income people who pay in to get the fancy apple laptop. Attackers for the rest of the world, they're using windows or android or chromebook or something cheaper. So Jack, what's the takeaway for our buddies over at Google operation get kids hooked on our chromebooks, smackers most chromebooks in the world those belong to school at this shocking stat sixty, nine percent of all the computers bought this summer by K., through twelve schools in preparation for remote. Learning were chromebook. That's insane. Sixty nine percent. Koumba. Become like the modern day version of the OLA blue calculators used to have to the library did did you have those two? They're like ti like zero, zero, zero one the most fisted function on these things was all clearing before he could graduate to the eighty-three calculating absolute zero with those calculators. Now, Alphabet the company that owns. Google they benefit as kids start using chrome and Seymour. Google ads are also benefiting though by hooking kids at an early age into the Google ecosystem because if you're google docking in your google driving your google chrome booking since you're a seven, you're gonna live a different lifestyle potential. Yeah. If you've been since your seven, you're more likely to pick an android over an iphone. When you turn seventeen and finally get a phone maybe as early as Caney air by the way. Quick shoutout to all the teachers out there the new frontline workers of this country
82% of Americans want to ban police from using chokeholds and 92% want the police to wear body cameras
"The majority of Americans support sweeping law enforcement reforms in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd from acoustic explains eighty two percent of Americans want to ban police from using choke holds eighty three percent want to ban racial profiling and ninety two percent one federal police to be required to wear body cameras that's the bottom line of a Reuters Ipsos survey taken this month the national survey found it was not just Democrats though who push those numbers up seven in ten Republicans support bans on racial profiling and chuckled nine in ten Republicans agree that police should wear body cameras and the same proportion agreed that law enforcement agencies should be open to independent investigations
Arizona hospitals at 83% capacity, elective surgery may stop
"About how Arizona hospitals are now at eighty three percent capacity and how he renewed fear of the spread of the corona virus and a shortage of room inside hospitals might create a stoppage in what are called elective surgeries which can have long term health consequences because we yeah if you don't take your **** can't take your something now it's minor it could become a major medical issue later now you know there are elective surgeries that don't lead to something like that I like a few years ago I had an elective surgery were you know I had a implantable contact lens put in my eyes you know it's called right back to me you know I wouldn't have ended up with anything worse except you know maybe not that scene the road quite as well again they're also weight loss surgeries I mean you're talking about type two diabetes heart disease you know muscular skeletal problems you're not being that right and there's a lot of issues that can come without getting that kind of surgery if somebody has already elected to do
Trump campaign plans to resume rallies in 2 weeks
"By the way the president announced the rallies will resume in about two weeks so we'll get you the exact date and time here in the next day or two and a new poll out says American support of the law and order president president trump eighty three percent so they're satisfied with police response fifty nine percent said police improve the situation when they were called to their location when needed so again the president is running on the lawn order a platform even though Joe Biden insists he is not for defining the police good luck separating yourself from the rest of the Democrat party on
"eighty three percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Eighty three percent of respondents worried that re openings will lead to new infections in their areas but support for continued restrictions is slipping fox's John Roberts of the White House floods in central Michigan forcing about ten thousand people from their homes after a pair of dams failed while we're in the midst of a global pandemic it's really important that to the best of our ability we observe the best practices to keep ourselves and our family safe governor Gretchen Whitmer warning the city of Midland could end up under about nine feet of water federal records showing one of the dams had repeated safety violations two years ago America is listening to fox news continues with one oh six one FM talk phase two of North Carolina is re opening up the economy officially begins Friday at five PM bear in mind while the stay at home order will be lifted a safer at home recommendation goes into effect the mass gathering limits will be no more than ten people indoors or twenty five people outdoors this applies to event venues conference centers stadiums and sports arenas wake county school officials have released a tentative calendar for the upcoming twenty twenty one school year under the plan students would return to in person classes during the week of August seventeenth the plan calendar also calls for five remote learning days and five extra days to be added to the school year an employee at R. J. R. tobacco bill has tested positive for corona virus the company says the worker is currently self isolating at home and won't return to work until they meet all CDC protocols hi Mike Moore still seeing some of the flash flood watches we've got rain potential for some heavy rain falls we fall back to the mid to upper fifties flooding rains again possible for Thursday with showers and storms were headed up to around seventy and again we could see locally heavy rain Thursday night Jeff you know for the weather channel on one oh six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect things are moving again in our community and like so many other local businesses diamonds direct is now open we are ready to get back to our mission of helping you celebrate your love like never before our show.
AP-NORC poll: Americans harbor strong fear of new infections
"As the nation slowly re opens a new poll finds Americans remain strongly opposed to rolling back restrictions fearing another round of coronavirus infections every state has now at least partially reopened in AP-NORC center for public affairs research survey finds Americans worried about what that will mean eighty three percent or at least somewhat concerned easing restrictions in their area will lead to more infections six in ten still favor requiring people to stay home except for essential Aaron's a solid majority but down from the eighty percent who said that last month the drop is largely driven by Republicans as president trump aggressively pushes re opening just forty five percent of Republicans now favor stay at home borders seventy percent did a month ago Sager made Ghani Washington
AP-NORC poll: Americans harbor strong fear of new infections
"All fifty states are now at least partially re opened at a poll finds Americans have high expectations for what's needed to resume everyday life the AP in a worse the center for public affairs research poll finds eighty three percent of Americans are at least somewhat concerned that lifting restrictions will lead to more infections and they're putting the burden on fellow citizens eight in ten say it's essential others return to self quarantine if exposed to the virus roughly two thirds say widespread testing of their areas is essential roughly the same number one people to keep socially distancing and wearing masks though there's a big partisan divide over that as restrictions are lifted no more than a third in the polls say they'll definitely resume normal activities if allowed like going to the movies or the gym but but Jordi say they would at least probably visit friends and family and get hair cuts Sager make ani Washington
U.S. Census Bureau Releases Small Business Pulse Survey
"A census bureau survey of more than ninety thousand businesses employing fewer than five hundred workers each is found three quarters of the small businesses in the US on assistance through the payroll protection program fewer than forty percent received help by early may well the survey carried out between April twenty six the may second found the P. P. P. has been the most popular assistance program pursued by small businesses it showed the nearly eighty three percent of small business owners sought assistance either from a government body bank friend family member or their own personal resources to seventeen point three percent said they thought no help since the lockdown starting in
Will a Universal Basic Income finally get a real shot?
"You can say one thing for the current crisis. It's given us a chance to try a lot of things that we might never have had the will to do otherwise I amongst those just giving people money okay not everyone but millions and millions of people in Canada and not forever but at least for a few months and this isn't a new idea. It's been around in some form or another for decades. You probably know it as universal basic income and you might associate it with the most progressive voices come the liberal side of the spectrum and you may also associate the opposition to it with complaints of lazy people want free cash instead of working but despite having a long history as a potential way to ease poverty and improve health. This has never been tried on a large scale or for a long time. So the people arguing on either side of it have never had enough evidence to prove their point. So it's been a political football until like with so many things. These days along came the virus and now getting money to people who need it quickly is absolutely essential governments around the world even the most conservative of them have done that and those who support or oppose that kind of policy have mostly agreed on the need for it. It's what happens next. And what we learned from that will determine if we finally give a universal basic income. A real shot. So we'll explain history of the policy small tests that we've seen on it be political behind it and whether or not it will stick around when we get out of this current mass. And we'll do that as soon as Claire gives the details on this current mess cargill is dealing with the outbreak at one of its meat processing plants. This one isn't Schambori Quebec southeast of Montreal. Sixty four workers have tested positive. There cargill had another outbreak a few weeks ago at a beef packing plant in high river. Alberta in that outbreak more than nine hundred workers tested positive. It reopened last week after a two-week shutdown also in Quebec schools in the western part of the province are set to reopen today but attendance is optional. Desks will be spaced apart. And there can be no more than fifteen kids in a classroom at a time. Ontario reported the lowest number of cases of Cova nineteen for the province on Sunday since March. Two hundred ninety four new cases. And this comes. The province reopens Provincial Parks and Conservation Areas. Although camping is still not allowed and things like beaches playgrounds and public washrooms are still off limits. And lastly schedule and is suspending the sale of alcohol in the Northern Community of La Lush to help control the spread of cove in nineteen. The alcohol store will be closed for two weeks. To prevent people from gathering. There will be support for those at risk of alcohol withdrawal as of Sunday evening. Sixty eight thousand eight hundred and forty eight cases of covert nineteen in Canada with four thousand nine hundred and seventy deaths. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story Max. Faucet is a writer and a reporter for many publications including on this project for the Walrus. Hey Max he joined our. I'm doing as well as can be expected. Which is how everybody should hopefully answer that question. These days you start by defining What is a universal basic income Broad is that term. And what does it mean? Sure so I mean you know this is an idea that's been around for some time now and and there can be competing definitions and I suspect. We'll get into that in a second but the one that I adhere to the one that you know certainly I informed Andrew Yang's campaign in the United States and that has been informing most of the conversation about UBA. Right now is It has three conditions it's automatic. It's unconditional in its non-withdrawal. So basically that means it comes every month doesn't matter who you are you get it. You could be making a lot of money or a little money and you get it. And then it's non withdraw so It's not means tested. So it doesn't get clawed back you know as you as you make more money you know. There's much conversation on you know econ twitter about various amendments and adjustments to that formula. But I think that's a good way to think about it. Can you give me a little history of it? You mentioned it's been around for a long time Has it been tried for real anywhere where to come from that? Depends on your definition of for real right. I think people look at the idea of giving people money from the government. And they think well this must be a left-wing idea but actually the first real experiments with it happened in the nineteen sixties and early nineteen seventies and it was driven by a Richard Nixon and Milton Friedman. Who is the father of supply-side economics? Yeah they saw it as a way to replace the welfare system and so they their idea of a basic income is not quite the way I just defined it. It was something called a negative income tax. And so let me. Just get a tiny bit. Wonka share the way it worked in their conception is basically they would give people a percentage of the difference between their income and defined income cutoff or like the point where they start paying income taxes so if they set the cutoff at let's say forty thousand dollars and the negative income tax percentage was fifty percent. Someone who made twenty thousand dollars a year would get ten thousand dollars from the government. They made thirty five thousand they would get two thousand and from the government so is this sort of sliding scale where topped you up up until a certain point and then it went away right. They cancelled it in one thousand nine hundred and you know the the the Reagan era kind of buried it under under Nixon's legacy in Canada. Did something called the men come experiment? Which was the Manitoba Basic Income Experiment? That was more that was closer to the basic income that that I described earlier in the one that a lot of people are talking about right now so that says that gave thirteen hundred urban and rural families in Winnipeg and don't Fan Manitoba with incomes below. Thirteen thousand dollars a year back then money. But by the time that the data was collected in nineteen seventy eight so they ran up from seventy five to seventy eight. The Canadian government kind of lost interest in and they cancelled the project. So we've had these these aborted attempts to gather a sample and it hasn't really provided any conclusive evidence In the in the American one. There's some evidence that it that it you know Negatively impacted people's willingness to go to work in the Canadian won the data suggested otherwise. But there just wasn't enough data to conclusively determine the impact of giving people money on their both on their willingness to work and on on the outcomes that the government's wanted to test. Which is you know better. Health Outcomes Better Labor outcomes better social outcomes so you know the jury was still out right. Will what kind of a sample size and study length? Would you even need to determine that because again we had one or at least something like one here in Ontario Under Kathleen Wynne. A few years ago and the next government came to power and it was immediately phased out. So you know. I don't think we got more than two or three years out of that either. So what kind of scale are we talking about? Yeah I mean to make it work. You would needs multiple cities multiple tests populations and a long duration of study. This is this is a a bold policy intervention but you need to be able to control for extenuating circumstances and factors the Ontario project. Was it had some really promising results. As it turned out there was a study group at McMaster that basically interviewed the people that participated in the program. Some of the data they had eighty percent of of people reporting better health outcomes. They were using less tobacco drinking. Less eighty-three percent said they had better mental health. They were feeling less stressed. They had a better diet And there was even interesting. Data around better labor market outcomes people were basically using the minimum income the guaranteed income to improve their jobs to look for better job. So it's disappointing that the government scrapped it after basically what amounted to one year and left us in the same spot that we've sort of always been with these things where we just don't have enough data for either side to conclusively prove that their argument is right and you know maybe not maybe now is the opportunity to kind of walk in that that longer sample size but you know the problem here is that. It's always tempting for governments to to start these programs and then abandon them or different governments to come in and cancel them. You'd need some sort of agreement by all parties that they're going to let this run. Its course and we haven't really seen that yet. So you mentioned that it's seen mostly now at least as a left-wing idea might have begun under Nixon. But certainly I think that's how most listeners would frame it as you know Whether or not you support it About the side of the spectrum that it comes from but as we've started to see government's realizing how badly they need to help people as the economy collapses during this pandemic have seen any movement On the other side of the aisle towards this kind of idea I think we've seen much more movement on on the conservative side than we have on the progressive side the beano progressives are are are very wary of guaranteed income proposals because I think you know quite rightly they remember certainly the academics who studied this. They remember that it was originally an idea that was intended to get rid of welfare and other social supports and that is always a concern that if you bring in a guaranteed income. Is it really just an attempt to shrink? The size of the state is an attempt to get rid of targeted support programs that that make people's lives better and I think that's a totally valid concern when I when I posted my article from the wall or something twitter. I got a lot of feedback from economists about that where they basically said you know. Oh here we go again. People people don't realize that this is a an attempt to slip in through the back door reduction in social programs. That's really interesting. Yeah but you know. Over the last few months we've seen a really array of conservatives. Come out and say that this is a good idea. Hugh Seagull. Who is a former senator standing red? Tory I WOULD. I would describe him as a thought leader. He's been he's been banging the drum for for guaranteed income for quite some time now but he was always sort of out there in the wilderness as a conservative suggesting that this was a good idea and he wasn't one of the ones who was saying that it should replace social programs. He was saying it should be an augmentation to them but in the states over a matter of weeks you saw people like Mitt. Romney coup is basically the Avatar of hedge fund capitalism. Coming out and and suggesting that this was a good idea that would support. Americans during the fallout from Cova and ultimately Donald Trump's government. It's not it's not a permanent basic income. But they sent a check to every American and that is sort of one of the hallmarks of a basic income. So it's interesting the degree to which we've seen conservatives rally behind this particular policy flag. I think that it is driven by shorter. Term political objectives American politicians having election. That they're looking at in November and one of the surest ways to get defeated is to be in being government while people are losing their jobs losing their homes losing their livelihood so I think it's more self preservation than a genuine change of heart but in from a policy perspective. You take the support where you can get it and you build on it from there. So you know I think advocates of a U. UB. I should take their support and and leverage it in order to build their movement if you can may be explained to me the thought behind the benefits of this applying to absolutely everyone including people who have job because that's really And we can debate in Canada versus the US for however long. But that's that's like the primary difference between what trump's government has done and what Canada's done with the baby. Yeah that's the tricky part. That's the part that a lot of people struggle with conceptually and intellectually as is the idea of giving people who don't need money more money right. Yeah and Ken Boston cool. Who is is a former adviser to Stephen Harper and Christy Clark? He's been kind of driving the bus in Canada around the need for a UB. I you know he's he is preferred that to the more targeted approach that the government has taken with Serb. You know his idea in the short term is we just need to get money into people's hands right. Now we need we need to stimulate the economy and ultimately will tax it back next year on people's income taxes that's the thing about a guaranteed income in the context of the system. We have here is if you're making sixty seventy thousand dollars a year. This is going to a portion of this. We'll get taxed back right and so it's not. It's not really free money. It's a little bit of free money and I suspect there would be some social programs that would get pulled back a little bit to to make the numbers work but you know at the end of the day. I don't think you can let the weaknesses in the policy that that might impact a few people. Override the benefits that would impact far more people. You know there's there's all sorts of data out there that suggests that a basic income would actually stimulate economic growth. There's all kinds of data that suggested improves. Health outcomes and Lord knows improving. Health outcomes would save taxpayers and the government a lot of money. Because that's where an increasing increasingly large part of our social budget is going and we'll continue to go in the years and months to come so you know it it is It's a tough idea to get past for some people that I find working already. Why should I get more money from the government but that money's going back into the economy and it stimulating economic growth that supporting jobs? It's reducing healthcare costs. You know I think there's a pretty good case for it and and you know it's one that we should be willing to explore. I am I am more than open to criticism about the cost factor that I suppose we can get to that in a second but I think we also need to look at the benefits and look a little a little bigger in terms of where those benefits accrue it. It's not just lifting people out of poverty. Although that's that's an obvious benefit it's improving people's health outcomes improving their labor market outcomes. Let's people who have a
Why Negative Prices Exist and What They Can Teach Us
"Last week? The price of the May twenty twenty West Texas intermediate crude oil futures contract known as WTI fell to as low as negative thirty seven dollars per contract that means the holder who was long oil was willing to pay to exit the contract. Cnbc markets reporter. Pippa Stevens wrote on Monday for the first time on record west Texas intermediate the US oil benchmark plunged below zero and into negative territory before Monday. Many thought this was impossible. Maybe just maybe it could drop to zero effectively erasing. All value but negative territory seemed unimaginable. Not least because it's hard even to wrap one's mind around it pay someone to take your oil in this episode. We're going to see why oil prices went negative. We'll also look at other examples of negative prices and why they exist and what we can learn from them. The WTI futures contract has a physical settlement which whoever holds the contract when it expires receives a barrel of oil the contract settles in Cushing Oklahoma. That's where that of oil is delivered if he owned the contract. That's where you're going to get your oil or at least arrange for somebody to store it for you. Us crude inventories are near an all time record high. In cushing Oklahoma. Seventy percent of the storage capacity was four as a mid April and a Reuters. Article suggested that most of the available space already leased out. There's nowhere to put that oil. That is being received as part of the future contract settlement. Now the May oil futures contract has since expired and now the June oil futures contract is the front month contract that will expire in the third week of May. Yesterday the June contract fell twenty five percent just under thirteen dollars. They United States oil. Etf USO fell fifteen percent. It has lost eighty three percent year to date leveraged exchange traded funds tied to oil have shut down. They lost all the money products by wisdom tree. Ubs and velocity shares which is owned by Janice. Jim Cramer said there are times in life where people know that there's an instrument that is faulty and they can shoot against that instrument and bury these people there is this financial problem people who are buying the USO that United States oil energy T.F. Bay our financial people. So if you're a real person or you're a large contractor a large player they can wipe out the USO in. I think that's been what's going on. It's not a conspiracy. It's a reality when you have an organization that can't take delivery. Well you should crushed that organization every time and that's what probably happened. Who are these people that are getting crushed that own USO? Well some of them are retail investors. But most are institutional investors John Highland. He's now retired but he was the former investment officer of the United States Commodity Fund which manages USO. He pointed out that eighty percent of USOC shares are held by non retail investors hedge funds include energy trading desk and other professional players the purpose of this ETF was to allow investors to get exposure to the front month contract of oil at the end of twenty nine thousand nine. It had one point. Two billion dollars under management and the vast majority of its investment at the end of December was in the February wti crude oil futures contract that expired in January every month this ETF would sell that contract right before it expired. And then by the next contract in order to make money it needed to sell that contract for a higher price than what it paid for it right now when you look at the price of West Texas intermediate crude futures contract or is a steep premium as you go further out
"eighty three percent" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Eight eighty three percent M. correct it is it seventy three eighty three or ninety three percent the only question made me semi three percent you over thought it no three percent zero killers are male owl David first question for you when a woman is interested in a guy's shall signal him in certain ways using body language what is the number one body language sign she'll use is that she tilts her head when you're talking she takes a step when you take a step or she twirls her hair Cloverhill rolled her hair Amy is that she tilts her head when you're talking she takes a sip when you take a step or she twirls her hair again it kills their head tilts her head women at work who don't like guys who work with keep the head rails don't tell don't please don't tell me your chance to go up to to nothing according to a recent survey the gift man said the like at least to receive as wide a necktie a pair of socks or underwear Nektar necktie is cracked up to the question ten percent of men would help their best friend to cover up the crime what percentage of women would do the same is it fifteen percent thirty percent or fifty five percent.
Dallas - Gov. Abbott reveals a tiered approach to re-open Texas economy
"Later today governor Greg Abbott will have more to say about getting the state of Texas back to work K. R. L. these Allen's guys covering that part of the story for this morning and he joins us now live with the latest Alan a Scott the governor says this is going to be a tiered approach to re opening the economy certain aspects he announces this afternoon may not apply statewide uses role counties have seen few cases may have more businesses open more quickly than urban areas like Dallas Dallas county's confirmed almost three thousand cases of covert nineteen that's the second most in Texas followed by Terry county with eighteen hundred Texas house speaker Dennis Bonnen says a cautious approach may upset some people but following medical advice can keep cove nineteen from spreading even further given the data which Texas is fared better than in a large state in the nation governor added he's done a tremendous job of managing this so they handed me we've never had a hot spot in taxes and we've never had the spikes we we our goal is to make sure that doesn't happen moving forward a university of Texas Texas Tribune poll shows eighty three percent of Texans thought shutting down schools was the right idea eighty three percent also approved of requiring travelers to
Trump warns of "a lot of death" from coronavirus in week ahead
"President trump has sobering words for Americans as the pandemic continues to spread from coast to coast this will be probably the toughest week between this week and next week then they'll be a lot of death unfortunately but a lot less to death and if this wasn't done but they will be death at this evening briefing the president added Washington's doing everything in its power to help the country get through it we will move heaven and earth to safeguard our great American citizens we will continue to use every power every thirty every single resource we've got to keep our people healthy safe secure how Americans view the job president trump is doing handling the covert nineteen pandemic depends greatly on where they get their news of pew research survey found that sixty three percent of Americans who think the president's doing an excellent job rely on fox news for more of their information however a majority of those who rely on CNN MSNBC NPR or The New York Times say he's doing a poor job in fact eighty three percent of people who get most of their news from either MSNBC or the time say he's doing a poor job only four percent of fox news viewers gave
How AI Will Impact the Future of Digital Marketing | Ep.
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm meal and today we're going to talk about how I or artificial intelligence will impact the future of digital marketing. So let's preface this a little bit. A obviously is artificial intelligence. A lot of people are talking about machine learning. If you look at the biggest companies in the world right now you look at the googles the Amazons of the world the facebooks of the world all these companies. They're putting a ton of money into artificial intelligence because it is basically the future I think it is the final frontier of one of the most important. If not the most important invention humankind comes up with a WHO knows what's going to happen afterwards. You look at. We talked about Softbank Their Vision Fund. Masa son the founder of it. His whole thesis was to invest in companies that are centered around a now. I don't know if we work sitting around. Ai He claims it is but that remains to be seen right so if all these big companies all these smart people even the apples of the world are putting money into the question is. How's it going to impact the future of digital marketing? So Neil do you WANNA kick it off. Yes so I think about the world now. You're no longer Brosnan Internet and buying just off of your desktop computer laptop there's ipads now there's tablets there's mobile devices. There's voiced devices. Heck even rages are now starting to have smart technology built in same with Evans and stoves and all these types of things like toasters. You're gonNA start seeing integrated more and more right. Your car's already you're starting to have It's GonNa continue increasing over and over after time. And that's why Eric and I are really big in the Omni channel approach. But what you're gonNA start seeing when it comes to is. Your Fridge will do things I tell you that you're almost out of milk. And you get one brand but if you decide to switch other brand they'll send you a free sample arrive to your house in less than an hour through Amazon. And from there you'll be a happy camper new company would have got you as a customer in the leaving stats on data. Like seventy three percent of the people who switch enjoy drinking this brand and on top of that it is eighty three percent cheaper. You get what I mean like doing things like that. That's where you're going to start seeing artificial intelligence kick in. It's going to be all big data. How can computer it and give you recommendations based on what they know that you would like to simplify. I think some people tend to get scared when it's like artificial intelligence such a big word but at the end of the what's happening is you have computers basically looking at large data sets and they're analyzing it and they're they're giving you insights from it or maybe they're acting on insight sometimes so as an example. Ai Now where it can scan your body and and really detect you know if you might potentially have your risk for cancer and you know what kind in the future and there's also. This really reason actually new antibiotic that was developed from a and they were just looking over a hundred million data points right and they're just like at that point if it's so many data points human beings not really going to be able to get through that so you want to rely on a machine and the easiest way to look at. This is if you look at. This is a very simple way. You look a calculator you as a human being. Maybe you can do. Math decently well but a calculator forced to kind of do like a repetitive task. You know it's going to do it better than you. So that's basically what it is right. We've been seeing a lot of things get improved over time. That don't need that. Frankly use machines and they're better than human being so. How does this apply to digital marketing? What you WANNA look at ads. Smart bidding where a lot of people right in. There's a lot of paid media managers there. They're managing the bid on their own and in some cases are getting assistance from Google or facebook's kind of a and are saying hey maybe should be doing this. And then you know maybe you should be decreasing your bid cost here. You're losing too much money here. So there's a lot of insights that are going on what's going to happen in the future. I believe is that kind of authorization. Work is going to go for the machines and then the humans are going to be left to basically come up with more creative ideas and you know they don't have to do kind of the manual work around that the other thing you'll start seeing who is air will start leveraging database on what you like as well as your friends like to end up coming up with ideas on what you should see products and services because there's so much data that now. These companies have based off of Frederick described facebook. At how much data they know about you based on your friends so these are all things that you're going to start seeing integrated with marketing and a in the future. The real question is one. Is this all GonNa end up happening? I think Neil and we look at both of our. We have multiple products on the on the click flow side. At least you know. We're going to be leveraging. A lot of the data says that we haven't been able to tell people. Hey you should be writing this type of content should be adding these hypoc words. You don't want to do it for you. You should be reading this title tag dispatch description so I think a lot of marketing is going to be done for you by machines in the future because a lot of the people I mean they just need you know. They're they're short on resources that they need things done for you and I think you know you look at Ai. Leveraging data sets and saying hey. You should be doing this and we'll just do it for you. I think that's where you build leverage for the long term and that's why I think you know again. It sounds scary but AI. There's a lot of out of the box solutions. It doesn't mean it's not hard to do but it makes it a lot easier to execute on kind of what your vision might be so I recommend looking at Google's tensor flow and there's other solutions out there.
Two-thirds of Americans concerned about contracting coronavirus: POLL
"Two thirds of Americans are concerned about contracting the corona virus that from a new ABC news if those polls but like much else in America these days that breaks along party lines eighty three percent of Democrats are concerned about getting coronavirus but just fifty six percent of Republicans stores struggling to keep essential supplies on shelves as shoppers poured in fear that they'll be hunkered down in a corona virus quarantine this New Jersey shopper accusing the store of raising the price and cleaning supplies you got people that's on a fixed income that can afford
Dow Plummets after Trump's coronavirus response
"It's been another rough day on Wall Street from the economic slowdown caused by the corona virus correspondents deep cast about with more in a flash as the opening bell rang the Dow Jones industrial average drop seventeen hundred points a loss of more than seven percent in value stock markets around the world also plunged in the wake of the announcement from president trump that travel between parts of Europe and the United States would be halted for thirty days more than seven percent drop in the S. and P. five hundred triggered a circuit breaker that for he fully halted trading right now boy the Dow is off twenty one hundred points that's nearly ten percent nine point eighty three percent the nasdaq is down six hundred twenty two and the S. and P. five hundred down two hundred twenty
When To Sell Stocks: How Long Should You Hold Your Winners?
"First question comes from Peter. Hi Allison love the show both Motley fool answers in the Museum of fine. Art are both abbreviated. Fa coincidence. I mean I'd probably Ryan grows. Wouldn't you agree this class last as it get? Yeah I've heard quote someone on the show. Call Him Robert say that money should be invested in stocks. Only if it won't be needed for at least five years. How does this work? What if I don't need my money for six years? Should I invested in stocks but after one year goes by that means. I need the money in five years so by Robert's rule it shouldn't be invested in stocks anymore. Investing for one year only seems really risky. Well I'll speak for Robert here and to you and point out that I'm actually pretty squishy on this. Sometimes they say five years I say three to five years partially because I think it does depend on the situation in the individual and it also depends on history so. Let's look at some historical numbers fleas so using data from the website. Nyu FINANCE PROFESSOR ASKS. Waft mortaring equity professor. When I was that he was my equity valuation. Professor like it was difficult. It was a lot of math and back. Then we didn't really have a lot of like calculators and stuff just slide rule and abigail advocates on fire. Well anyway so I pulled out my abacus and I calculated the percentage of instances over different holding periods with stock market made money stock Martin meaning. Us Life got stocks from nine hundred. Twenty eight thousand nineteen so for a one year holding period. The market makes money seventy-three percent time so three out of four years. It's pretty good. Three years eighty three percent of the time. Five years eight percent time so not a big difference between the three and five years ten years. It's ninety four percent twenty years one hundred percent so the longer you hold on you are more likely to make money but even a ten year holding period isn't guarantee that you're gonNA make money so if I were really looking at a hypothetical six year holding period my first question would be. How much have I already saving? Is it almost enough to cover the cost? If I've already saved most of what I need I probably wouldn't take a whole lot of risk with it That said if I needed a little extra growth and I had six years I would probably make sort of A. It doesn't have to be an all or nothing decision. I would probably put it mostly in stocks but gradually reduced the stock exposure as I got closer to the point where when I was two or three years away it probably would be mostly in bonds and CDs and this is what I do with my kids college Savings once they got into high school even now that my son is in college a little bit of it is in the stock market but not all of it. Yeah I do you remember a couple years ago. I asked you advice about the college situation. What I decided to do was put two years of college into cash and then after one year went away I put another year in cash so there was always two years of rolling cash available. Because I didn't if the market crash paying for college could have been dicey. It was very painful to take out two years of college because I don't know if you've noticed colleges experiments expense to the market and just have it sit in some you know. Low interest. Bearing account was not the most fun thing in the world. But you know what it did. Reduce my stress a lot. Because I just didn't have to worry about Ron. What's your longest held? Position Investor owned Disney stock for about eighteen years. Oh Wow yeah it's awesome. It's been it's been good to me so far string of the eagles over the weekend said if you ever go to. Disneyworld do just walk around pointing out those. I bought that stock for my kids both around the time they were born old. And my daughter's twenty two now so yes it's been a
Treasury to Issue New 20-Year Bond in First Half of 2020
"Meanwhile treasuries did did early the night after the U. S. announced plans for a new twenty year bond with C. ten year yields currently up to basis points at one point eighty three percent if we take a look at ten year bund deals that will suit taking high up a basis point at negative twenty one
Immigration in 2019: Trump restricts asylum and overhauls legal immigration
"Let's turned immigration the trump administration wants to increase the fee for US citizenship applications but several California mayors and members of Congress are slamming the proposal they say the fee hikes will price helped thousands of people applying for citizenship KQED is for the the jump all over metal reports US citizenship and immigration services relies on immigrants application fees to fund most of its operations the agency says that to recoup its costs it must eliminate most fee waivers for low income people and at the same time charge way more for example the fee to naturalize which allows immigrants to vote in US elections would increase eighty three percent to nearly twelve hundred dollars it'll make it so that so many people won't be able to apply for naturalization faster insights is legal director with immigration institute of the bay area we'll have to put it off because they have to pay the rent first at the their families first many bay area officials are also protesting U. S. C. A. S. as planned to transfer a hundred and twelve million dollars from those increased fees to immigration
Manuka Honey Has A Big Counterfeiting Problem
"Honey makers are in the sweet spot it's become a quick all Brett Hewlett CEO of honey maker convened says the price of the New Zealand honey with the antibacterial properties ledge abilities to cure what ails you is skyrocketing prosper kilogram malice order of magnitude five fold over conventional hundreds but the industry is suddenly buzzing with worry over counterfeiters every year and annual of seventeen hundred tons of manuka honey are actually produced in New Zealand and the global distribution of manuka honey is in the range of approximately ten thousand Mitchell Weinberg is CEO of the food investigator in Skippack proximate Lee eighty three percent if I do my math correctly of manuka honey that's available for purchase around the world is actually not real manuka honey trader Joe's among those facing class action suits over manuka honey come vita says if you see manuka honey that's not expensive be suspicious
"eighty three percent" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"That one eighty three percent of one hundred fifty pet foods tested over the counter pet foods that showed there's other ingredients in those foods not listed on the label. So many people want to feed as natural a diet as possible. And again, looking at labels, these pet foods all their natural. What the pet would eat in the wild, but are domesticated animals and their wild ancestors seemed to be so different and what their nutritional requirements were. Is there a correlation? Can they be basically eating that wild diet? And should they be eating raw diet? Well, you know, thankfully, our pets have evolved since you know, wolf have been out there in primitive times, the problem with an all meat diet, which is pretty much what they used to be now are domesticated dogs can digest cards, whereas back in primeval, basic, couldn't you gotta remember the wild is not a fun place to be those dogs had a lifespan of only two or three years. They're eating fresh kill eating. The entire thyroid gland. The fresh kills whatever Pepita animal was and also the. Bones, you get stomach perforation by those living in the wild. It was about two to three years of age. And that's it. You know, we want all our pets deliver fourteen fifteen sixteen years of age, and thankfully, we've made so many strides with all these PHD nutritionists studying everything that these pets need, for example, the tarring issue that we mentioned earlier about causing heart disease in some of golden retrievers and Newfoundland. They're really on that investigating that the issue with the raw diocese. There's no long-term study to show that those are nutritionally complete, and that's my concern certain broad diet will function as a hypoallergenic diet and some dogs will improve on those. But my worry is is that nutritionally complete for that dog long-term. So that needs to be discussed with with your veterinarian. If you're going to go that route. I personally would rather go around where I've seen sported nutritionist actually do. Evidence based studies on prescription diets or veterinary therapeutic diets, if you want to refer to them that way to show that they can inspire longevity in our pets. I'm always concerned about contamination. We know that when you're working with chicken, you're preparing chicken for your family at home. And you have that ranch in you're supposed to have different even cutting boards to work with us in wash your hands because of contamination. Now, we keep hearing so many of these raw diets are being recalled because of contamination does raw diet versus freeze dried make a difference. Does freeze dry make it safer. Well, from what I've read and talked to some nutritionists about they're not real sure as far as what is the actual temperature. Did we need? What is the actual freeze dry temperature that we need to kill off capital bacteria, listeria E coli. Sam Manila all the things that can contaminate these diet. I tell my plants that listen if you've got. At an infant in the house. If you've got a person that doesn't have a great immunity, like an older Paris that's living with you or someone who has cancer and chemotherapy, you can't have pets. It's on a raw diet in that household because it's proven they can shed Sam Manila, there's certain that schools will not allow a raw diet fed pets in that veterinary hospital, and if they have to be hospitalized, they're hospitalized in a different area. Some guy dogs that go into children's hospital. They're not allowed in their if their federal diet. So there are concerns with handling these diets and also exposing immuno-compromised people be very very the very very old two dogs that are on route diet. So if you really have to feed a raw diet to your pet because this just speaks to your soul sounds like he just needs to be. So extremely careful and is if you make the diet yourself. Is that any better? Well, no in the sense that you've got to wash your hands after handling the food. You have to sterilize the food bowl. I mean, you can't you know, some of us when we feed our pets were busy in the morning, we feed them, we take the football up. Oh, wash it out when I come back home tonight. Well, yeah, you've that to sterilize food bowls. You can't leave residual food in those bowl. The other thing is if you've got infants that are crawling around the floor and kissing the dog that kind of thing it's just at this point the safety factor. Just is not there. So if somebody says all right, I'm not gonna do raw. But I really want to home cook. I want to know what's going into my pets mouth into.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Silence to meet someone. Yes. Also, it was brought to my tension that I some of you perks digital perks such as script, and yeah, I still got to be on it. But I'm still working on the movie every day. So that's, you know, give me give me a break here. But by the end of the year, I'll give everyone's digital irks to they'll get Rama. So sorry random any any leads on come forward and claim responsibility. That reminds my still need to get the money for that. Because the colonies. Maybe ruth. But no, no one's come forward. I'm not gonna emails over the kind soul was that called the company that cremated my dog Stanley and offered to pay for it in full. So that I would get rebate trying to body ashes say like I'll one up we now realize his dog as semi famous, and we will have all the asking prices are cremation. Zoo are cremation. That's good. I might scatter. No, not at all. I. Like a tree that I see all the time like where I live. It's up on top of a hill. And I like to know that weird because you're scattering because he's a doc both. Okay. Because scattering the ashes totally normal my mom, scattered her mom's ashes all over all over the world through. I think it's kinda sweet as a good idea shoe dread. See people get freaked out by that here the films. Brian. Maybe I really want to. Creed to why it's way late in the game. I realized that, but I thought creativity of do, you know, why haven't seen too because it's probably less over Crete. Didn't love Crete big fan of creed. Creed is eight but then I to me, I'm like, wait. I've seen a rocky one. I've seen rocky two three four five six all the rock Iraq Volvo. Iraqi seven six I have a six one after the one the one with the sun not assign like the kid a sex. I do not see belbow. I don't think it's all about where where are you going? Why is he leap? He's getting. He's getting water. All right. So I saw Rockies seven whatever it is. I maybe I've seen all of them up day. I got water. So this is. Is in theaters now people seem to like it critics on rotten tomatoes giving the Eighty-three percent. Score racist, Stephen capable junior, Stephen cable junior directed this. When we know that name. Well, he did a movie called the land, which you do not see nothing also directed hold on here. Do the land. He directed. A film called the land a feature film called the land is what he directed. I'm allergic, black filmmakers creed to is director Oriel sophomore effort. And I realized the biggest problem I have a creed one. This should say this is starring. Michael, Jordan, what imagine Silvester Stallone? It's two hander a lot of other people in there as well as you can imagine. I think my biggest problem with creed wasn't the movie itself. It was fine. Above average, was was the undying adulation for creed. Was was okay. Those pretty good. Let's see. Scene. Rocky again. Really? Especially for an I thought he was brain kidding me. I thought he was great now. He was okay. Fantastic. People were people wanted to see more of that. Character people mistake character. It's great character. And we got to see more. See more of that character. And that was a Oscar performance Oscar where Oscar off anyway, the reform because that's how the Oscars work. I don't know if you realize, but it's it's like a popular popularity contest. Sadly true. Yeah. So it fits shoe horns right in True true. della seventy nominated lifetime achievement now because double o seven silly. And everyone knows it gross. All right. Here's my problem. Michael, Jordan, I really liked that actor I like him as an actor as you. I I don't like him. His creed is on my favorite parts of Black Panther. I I don't like his portrayal of Crete. He's just kind of like a whiny bitch. A really, yeah. Even even called attention to it in creed to he's like, I'm being a he was talking to his daughter. He's being a little bitch daddy's being behind bitch. And that was my problem with the first one that was my problem with this one. I Michael Jordan is just not likeable, and he's a likable actor, but he's not that likable Crete at all. So this one picks up where the Drago left off or not really..
"eighty three percent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The gradual tax argue it'll help retail shops turn prophet, and thus do a better job of putting the underground market out of business. But rudder says it should dry up either way. Just about anybody. We're going to have a very regulated market. Unlike other states, he says home grow is not a part of New Jersey's Bill Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty Manhattan DA Cy Vance predicting marijuana will become legal in New York. Eventually he told the cannabis industry leaders last night. He wants them to be successful saying what officials ultimately need to do is manage the progress of marijuana and avoid the same mistakes. Other states have made in the past after legalizing pot last month, the end of the prosecution of low level marijuana cases seven seventeen WCBS, they not only share the stage. They even hugged it out, the mayor and the governor played nice as governor Cuomo kicked off his general election campaign in midtown and CBS reporter rich lamb was there. Mayor Blasios came to Cuomo's campaign kickoff and listened as the governor unleashed a blistering attack on President Trump whom Cuomo called the Bernie Madoff of politics as soon as he got into office. He did his tax reform plan. Eighty three percent of the benefit to the richest one percent on what theory. Well, if you give the corporation's money, maybe they will give it to the workers. Maybe they'll give it to the workers. Yeah. Maybe or maybe the new Ferrari, while de Blasio gave credit to the governor for challenging Mr. Trump and said Democrats will stand shoulder to shoulder for the next seven weeks. He added. But I wanna make a point. I think is powerful about how we talk to the people. We need to talk about what we believe in not just what Donald Trump believes in. And the mayor warned the voters don't want to just hear our position to Donald Trump, by the way, his honor never used the word endorse in supporting the governor in midtown rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty seven eighteen time for traffic and.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Five w whatever it, is it's died, I, don't know if it's scotch I can't even remember but it's like. Okay Well the other thing is you're. Right Ray Liotta if somebody walks up to him and says can I have an autograph. They're not also gonna wanna talk to him for hours. About goodfellas if somebody, approaches William Shatner he engages it's. Gonna turn into Mishra shattner I. Have a question about, the enterprise engineering, room There were some inconsistencies in the original series and? I'd like, your, input on this I have schematics. Why, are you doing that with your, speech man that's brutal on Star Trek are you one, of those guys that it's? A Star Wars guy make fun of the Star Trek I I. Like Star Trek so you, like do you prefer one over the other. I prefer well it depends on the mood really I was loyal to one and not see eye on? The Star Trek side though. They tend to have these arguments about Trekkie vs trekker? Which one, is, offensive in which one is not It's that little? Stuff it drives me crazy, I I. Liked the original series I. Like the movies but probably on an average day if you're going to say hey. David what do you wanna watch you wanna watch Star Trek movies Star Wars I'm probably gonna Star Wars And somewhere in my mind, Ray Liotta sitting in the, studio, right, now with his arms folded just? Looking at you as you're, talking about. The trekkers versus the Trekkies Seriously If I see him in, public I'm going to say Mr. Liotta some questions about the. Bar you guys ran I Something doesn't quite add up the. Karen Right Rank those guys around This new Pew Research out there is, only one agency Americans like I think this is something that maybe the federal government needs to pay attention to hear because the National Park Service is the pretty much only one that overwhelmingly has a positive Has a warm reception from the American people A new Pew Research out there and the National Park Service Eighty-three percent of Americans find the park service have a favorable opinion of. The, park service eighty five and eighty four Democrats Republicans respectively Okay Now if you look at the census bureau sixty nine percent the FBI sixty five percent overall CIA sixty one. Percent all of these other. Ones you see some pretty drastic swings depending on what side of the aisle the voter is. On but the park service is pretty much the only one we all. Agree we don't have a problem. With, well it's interesting to with the FBI because the question is asked you have a favorable. Opinion You get sixty five, percent which I think is higher than some people would guess because I. Don't think a lot of people. Look, at the FBI the same way they did say three years ago I absolutely that's true Favourable Yeah Totally. Trust It's not quite saying that It's a little bit different Yeah I thought in part of the survey too, had a section on ice, which I thought was interesting especially because of the abolish ice. Nonsense going on right now Of course views, of ice are evenly divided about as. Many, Americans view ice favorably as unfavourably forty-four percent favorably forty-seven, percent unfavourably seventy seven percent of Republicans conservative Republicans sea ice favorably forty percent expressing a very favorable opinion now, when you have moderate liberal Republicans about sixty, two percent give ice a favorable rating and, then a large majority. Of. Liberal Democrats eighty two percent view is favourably wow but if you have, conservative and moderate Democrats the, rest of the party not the fringe not the far left Sixty percent unfavorable, is where it drops to, so still unfavourable, but not abolish ice So that's where the split in the party happens? On the ball how far are. You willing to, go as a democrat And it also oh well real quick about I and a few minutes we're going to have to get to this audio. Of Joe Crowley floating out the. Idea that people who crossed the border illegally should be financially compensated. By the federal. Government. Now you gotta be kidding you. We will have to dig into that audio in a few minutes. Oh my gosh okay we will get to that also Other town where you could. Go to jail for using a plastic straw.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on KSRO
"Firefighters are making progress against a massive wildfire in cal northern california the county fire in yellow in napa counties is now eighty three percent contained in should be fully contained by tomorrow the fires burned over ninety thousand acres in his burned at least twenty buildings since it started last month new roadwork signs in sacramento referencing the controversial gas tax bill espy one making opponents of the law angry the new signs are going up across the state they point out that road projects are being funded by sp one the legislative director of the howard jarvis taxpayers association says the signs constitute blatant electioneering and in any appropriate use of taxpayer dollars voters can repeal that tax in november by voting yes on prop six uber may soon be getting into the electric scooter rental business the ride hailing company is reportedly teaming up with line an electric scooter start based here in california uber will be investing in lime and we'll put its logo on the lightweight scooters lime scoot yeah.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Point has been brought up by milana's visit that the president had picked up on about an hour and a half later we just played the clip you joined us the president pointing out the depending on whose numbers you look at seventy five to about eighty seven percent if you go with the president's latest numbers he's gotten from general kelly and others it's eighty three percent eighty three percent of the children coming in to the united states out of the war zone that is mexico don't have parents and a lot of them were killed on the way by the smugglers there are many famous cases i've read the texas papers you ever seen as a big national story about a young thirteen year old hispanic girl or young twelve year old hispanic young man who loved the cartels and love the smugglers and thought they were heroes because the news was saying they were great people and they went to join it and then they got killed in the desert after they were robbed they have no idea how vicious and animalistic gangs have gotten because the worst of the worst getting control and then it just gets worse from that point show it's amazing eighty percent of the women coming up from mexico get raped according to amnesty international but no one should be checked no one should be stopped but during the milania visit which she got some more clips of it's still ongoing she goes into brief by the people that run it and the head of the operation tells her i want to get his name and get him on because they announced who he is his name points out what they just said that most of them have their parents killed this is what they're fleeing and then america's bad put your shows how crazy leftist media is trying to cause a civil war trying to cost of unrest notice i've been saying that for years now mainstream news admits the democrats want violence they can't win the debate and they just target people with the dumbest propaganda i've ever seen here is that clip one more time that malani fact finding mission pointed this out to number we already knew that we weren't thinking about that this whole red herring of separating them from parents he's a little kids wandering out of the desert their parents have been murdered in many cases you understand folks they say one hundred and ninety thousand people i looked it up again last night that's the latest numbers this year have died the last decade that we know of there's a couple hundred thousand that never showed up anywhere else the didn't leave mexico show we're talking hundreds of thousands of dead most of them trying to go through to el norte the north as it's called take about humanitarian i saw documentary i forget the name of we had the makers on a few years ago about border wars i think it's called and it's actually liberal were warning filmmakers they they believed all this till they went their zona border shot was happening to the ranchers they went spent two years in mexico in the civil wars going on and then there's the towns have vigilantes that fight back against the cartels and then they beat the cartel they tend to turn into it i forget what his name of that film it's so powerful you want you awards sought the theater sicario is fiction but it's based on free stuff that happened it's a sheep dip film where which means real events happen but they changed the names documentary the point is is that the democrats were playing on people not having any understanding of this one more time on the play this and the hit some other news number start going to your calls but here's what they don't want you to hear this locations where some anybody to go back those situations they are further says the legal service provider that can help identify if they qualify for some type of legal relief and eventually some children will move on refugee status.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"A slot machine so you know we ran it we've always had good returns that's always been well above pro forma you know last year the festers got twenty point four percent and regular distributions and one hundred and eighty three point nine five percent on the beef distribution slow that down because you blow over so funny lifestyles members do this we blow through those numbers like they mean nothing but useless make it so the average person that doesn't understand real out there sitting out there doesn't understand real estate understands thank you like having stock and the stock paid you a dividend of twenty percent which nose doctors and then on top of that you a capital gains of one hundred and eighty three percent but it wasn't taxed aid the money and you still own the property but you got two hundred eighty three percent back and you didn't pay taxes on any of that so you make two hundred percent return and your money is still in the deal you still own the deal those phenomenal numbers he made about eighteen and change in distributions and the year before that they made fourteen and a half percent change in distribution july first make ten percent they share in distributions what did you say they'd make if they sold it you had a number down there for that too probably get back about one hundred and seventy five to two hundred percent of their equity above and beyond what they've already taken out yeah yeah i mean obviously the the first hundred percent would be the money they put in a hundred percent let's say seventy five percent here's the problem with that sometimes you know if we sell this property we owe a lot of taxes so the good news is because of my experience in corporate america every deal that i'm the lead in has a ten thirty one clause in the operating agreement and.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Chairman recco welcome chairman pile i a year now what's disturbing may and what's remarkable and i think downright disturbing to me are the policies coming out of this uh trump administration democrat david scott in three specifically areas that you as the chairman of the fed our chief economic balancing officers shall we say as a direct input arm and that did you know for example three areas particularly for tax cuts of the president are you aware that eighty three percent of the president's tax cuts go to benefit jazz one percent of the american families that's not fair at all if we go to his budget cuts you know who is impacted the most because of his budget cuts it's the african american community and let me go to his draconian terrible proposals to cut seventeen point two billion dollars away from food stamp recipients and then if that's not mean an ugly enough they wanna turnout in mouse stop food stamp recipients from me from being able to go in to the grocery stores and by groceries dislike uni this is main man am i i i want you you see more like a very reasonable person tax who's going to one percent the wealthiest people and then on the same token a woman sin fold we can do it on lives aims were not fool they wanna send food inboxes can food dried milk powder mill to the poor people in this country now mr chairman you've got the dual mission of inflation unemployment on top of that they are the crushing the most primary group that's being crushed are african americans and people of color and i'm here to tell you we are going to stand up and fight this administration and i want to ask you to get on our side this side of the american people because it is clear to me that this president trump is not on the side of the american people you tell me get native thirty percent other benefits of the tax cuts to the one percent of the wealthiest and then turn around cutting seventeen point two billion dollars out of the thing we need the most food for the poor its people and then on top of that in they're fu is this report dried milk for their babies you tell me mr chairman is this the way you think about america.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Um in nepal was what trump pass new gun chao kudrow allows focusing artist he yes he will pass from laos twelve point five they say he will travel he will fail an eighty three percent that he wanting to try to passing allows for gun control uh it'll be interesting because they are have it all these meetings this year and uh not to be to crass split these are why caves with money so uh allies a lot more people seem to be sympathetic an old enough to be activated like they're activists daycare there speaking for themselves some of them got to meet with the president other ones they're just getting on tv and being interviewed every five minutes uscic compare to you know a lot of kids that never really got that so it's gonna be interesting to see out his plays out um i i i think several waves about this i think uh for me um i'm glad that dave inactivated i'm glad that they're speaking out i'm glad that they are forced these changes you know and forcing people to listen uh but only time will tell uh because the angry in they're mad as time goes on soon we will see if this intensity will keep up you know because i i understand what bougie mad because there's a lot of brown people and black people there have been said egg we've been out here bad about deceitful elbow but the only reason why not the only reason liable for some of the only reason why you spoke up because as your friends and you'll phantom emma's when you donald's happened to the to the case in chicago an airport his goose ismael you did not give a fork so you know that makes an audible mad because they are always happening albeque thing about it yet money angle metal storm she had you see them key is down and it was like you know what no and they voted in aid to pay back.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"May two socket god devolving our stocks in it has his a chart of the day and the song that he brings with what is out of order through mda move by john male going back to the sixth these actually time for tired of the day you know when you look at where the s p 500 is now arguably it doesn't have much room to move when you look at what wall street strategists we're anticipating as the year began when i did was take a look at the end of each year gone back to two thousand nine when the current bull market began tracked down the average estimate for the end of the following year on the s p 500 bloomberg immune we've been through an analyst surveys that long and then some so we have all the numbers and just looked at the first three and a half weeks of each year basically to see how far the s p 500 moved toward the average projection now there are a fair number of years where you know the moves were negative in a sense because the index fell well this year as of yesterday the s p 500 was eighty three percent of the way toward reaching the average projection for the end of twenty eight t unless there in other words exactly closer than it's been at least over the past decade in such a short span of time and of course with the index now higher almost one percent it is getting darn close to matching that projections at 28 sixty six right now you go back to the end of december analysts looking for twenty eight seventy five at the end of december if nothing else it's a marker of how fast the stock market has moved up this year i mean heck tom dooley overt funds drought global advisors he's basically saying the move in the s p 500 going back to the beginning of last year is parabolic in other words you see not only the index movie higher right but also movie higher added an accelerating rate and it's really picked up in the last couple of months and what this comparison outlines is just how people likely are going to have to go back and revisit their numbers if only because stocks have made so much headway in not even the first month of the.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"G still has eighty three percent of their earnings coming from finance and in the government's like oh to be raked built to be regulated under this agreement we are going to require that eighty five percent of your earnings come from finance like no matter what happened ge just continued to skate by and not get caught for anything or f any criticism it was amazing so i kept following this story we now i never recommended g g stock ever and i kept waiting for the other shoe drop and in 2011 what i said was within five years they're going to have an enormous right off they're going to take a huge loss on all this crap financial stuff that they bought so what that were they did an '09 to had to get rid of all those all those a financial stuff so they were selling everything they could sell they spun off they spun off they're they're they're they spun off a bunch of stuff his spun off jin worth they spun off signature which is another finance companies were finance company they spun off all these financial stuff so they could get rid of some of these are lower performing assets and then the signature i think is the credit card company i was talking about anyways but but but they couldn't solve all the stuff that was really bad because nobody would buy it so they sold off several hundred billion dollars of the financial assets but they still had several hundred billion dollars the financial assets and guess why they still have them because they can't sell and so i sat in twenty eleven i said within five years you're going to see the stock fall by 50 percent and you're gonna.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Eighty three percent of assets here's what vanguard founder john vogel chappell to what used to be an ally gobble he really of the three of us man yard black rock and state street dominating the index field it's really pretty much becoming a duopoly uncertainty and cash flows to do awfully and you know i say come on in the waters fido all of our competitors i wish people would compete but it's a tough business to compete in the water fi has also says what 'spider doing to get back into the next show we've done a lot of things in the last few years we've increased i focused on the visit sweden increased the number of people involved in the business around the globe we also just recently last october in style lowcost version etf of the portfolio spyders and cheese significant flows no since its inception so we launched october we've seen over six million dollars inflows what about partnerships teaming up with new friends said some younis and double line on total bonds and an assassin equity is that a better way for asset managers an active manager said getting on t s i we have a lot of those conversations i think it is a better way of some of them without having to build the infrastructure we obviously have the infrastructure we actually one of the few just once i think are open to of shipment willing to work with the double lines the in all the other night swinging name but yes we we welcome those conversations and we think we've we've seen significant growth with junior seau product this year are ain't kinross executive vice president of global advisers chairman of the firm's global spider visits congratulations ethnic here's great thank you coming up we dig into the focus on this has returned almost twenty three percent over the past and this is just the tip of the iceberg for drill down into all boomers egypt content check out bloombergcomview markets slashed yes this is etf ikip the but the everything you eat drink wear and even smoke says something about you and about the world in which you live that's the premise of material world the.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"To luke is your statement against for eighty three percent support the port amnesty dreamers now muslim the points right um but but in that exact same poll trump supporters were outs could he say or do anything that would make you changed your mind guess what the number one answer to that was not build the wall not keep its promise there you go and and now you're afraid that where we are well and kinney can you stay with us we gotta you gotta go to i've read art and culture stays with us as we got to talk through this man this is an issue i i'm you don't me i still want to believe not believe i wanna think the best to people i want to but that an watches as set closer than i do this what we got her gear and by the way coming out mercedes lab who works in the white house you will certainly have a different the narrative and we'll talk through that as well let's chicken it by fifteen the via male traffic and weather every 10 minutes first on the fives i don't want to make of it metaph a'sea of near you you know you're in the hippie carpeting traffic center well i know certain things but i don't know everything okay all right well what i do know is the dc to ninety five northbound before eastern avenue there's a disabled vehicle there it's got your centre lane block picking things a little slow headed northbound between the eleven three bridge and the baltimorewashington parkway you're looking about thirty five minutes there to seventy northbound before old georgetown wrote an accident scene there from earlier it's off to the shoulder at this point north out baltimore avenue between avian lane in hollywood road of what may break has one lane blocked there for water main repairs right now college park east bank university boulevard of rhode island abedee looking for.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"Eighty three percent of projects that they were too bloated or two out of date by the time they were done sutherland wanted to create a system where i just didn't just percolate down but could percolate up from the bob and be adjusted in real time he would thirty years of harvard business review before stumbling upon an article in 1980 sex called the new new product development it said that the pace of business was quick and by the way this was 1980 sex and the ftse most successful companies were flexible it highlighted toyota and canada and like conveyor adaptable tightknit teams to rugby squads a civil and told me we got to arkham setbacks it in southern system companies don't use large massive projects that take two years they do things in small chunks nothing takes longer than two weeks so instead of saying you guys go often about bunker and come back with a cell phone or a social network you say you go off and come up with one element the bring it back let's talk about it at the death this system of organization is called agile development today it's used in corporations all over the world and the basic idea you succeed or you fail quickly and that is the great thing about this a joint which it acknowledges that we have to be adapting all the time but yet we need some structure to that had have to ensure there are literally dozens of books out there about how agile can provide structure in the workplace.
"eighty three percent" Discussed on WLOB
"Iraqi troops a win here and there but don't forget and then to donald trump won eighty three percent counties in the united states let the republicans seventy four the taken hundreds of ladies you see the house the senate get out of their behind has the fia repeal the bill do well on their way to so find their leadership um for at least ten years no matter what democrats food that live in we'll see other is of course it would you talk about a national election devoid of the ability to to uh uh draw district lines for state house at state senate and the us could rational seats in the like you just add up the votes of the only national referendum and what does it five of the last six elections that uh uh let's see both the uh obama a terms and one of the the bush a terms you have uh and then the five of the last six elections you're getting the clinton years the republicans lost to the democrats in the the popular vote and if it wasn't for the inclusion of shall we say a wild a rather loud bombastic individual willis last time around i don't know if you're standard garden variety republican speaking of conservative issues would necessarily have at add let's not forget that although it doesn't count in terms of who wins but nonetheless of hillary clinton scored almost three million more votes the donald trump so was hardly a trump landslide by any stretch of the imagination so i'm not sure that that necessarily the future with all the uh the people entering this cut a company a country illegally that the necessary the future bodes well for conservative values well um if you take away the california and new york helmet you can't take them away they happen to be part of a cadre one out of every seven americans as the california eddie bull is kind of skew the numbers are right about that but if you go if you go to various parts of the country and talk to people.