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The US economy created 4.8 million jobs in June
"We got the June jobs report at least so the headline measures It was definitely a better than expected. Yea I'm looking at this now, so we have four point. Eight million jobs added versus expectations of what was three point something. You're remember Joe. Free Point to. Three point two million. Yes, ooh, huge! Be on the expectations and. I'm looking at the Chart I. Know we've been debating about how best to chart all these various economic indicators, but you know it looks like. If you just sort of look at the pure headline. Jobs are coming back sooner than expected. I would say in faster than expected, but of course there's all kinds of caveats in there leading the fact that. Most of these, this snapshot of the economy was taken prior to this reacceleration of the virus of course in the US anyway. So there's a sense in which is dated. Also you know you have to look at hermit job losses which continued to rise even as a total job. Losses continue to come down so I. Think I get on the headline is good. It's good that the unemployment rate is already backed down to eleven percent, though that still worse than it ever was during the great financial crisis, but you know, let's hopefully the the headline trend continues
US travelers 'unlikely' to be allowed into EU as bloc reopens, diplomats say
"It's U. S. travelers are unlikely to be allowed into the European Union as it begins to open up to international visitors correspondent nic Robertson is in London the real flag here of course is the spike and coronavirus cases in the United States European Union has a level of infection per hundred thousand people that is sixty seven maybe more times less than in the United States and they don't want to risk bringing in more people who could that full raise the infection rate inside Europe Texas is dealing with a major jump in its corona virus outbreak as a U. S. death toll tops one hundred twenty five thousand nineteen positivity rate in Texas above eleven percent which governor Greg Abbott goals unacceptable Houston mayor Sylvester Turner says the number of coronavirus cases in his city have risen dramatically over the last seven days our communities infection rate is three times higher than it was three months ago getting around that is overall Texas borders to close back down and reduce restaurant capacity limits to fifty percent the federal government's extended funding for community based code nineteen test sites in Texas and is surging resources to both Dallas and
Texas Bars Forced To Close Again, Restaurants Rolled Back To 50% Capacity
"Texas restaurants and bars are being impacted by the governor's decision to scale back on that's on the state's re opening amid a significant rise in the the cove cove in in nineteen nineteen positivity positivity rate rate governor governor Greg Greg Abbott Abbott ordering ordering all all bars bars to to shut shut back back down down and and reducing reducing restaurant restaurant capacity capacity limits limits from from seventy seventy five five to to fifty fifty percent percent the the hope hope to to get get a a hold hold of of a a recent recent outbreak outbreak that's that's because because the the state's state's Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen positivity positivity rate rate to to soar soar above above eleven eleven percent percent Abraham Abraham but but dell dell is is the the general general manager manager of of the the Dallas Dallas saloon saloon and and says says he he thinks thinks the the governor's governor's decision decision could be good for business in the long run you need to slow down or it's just going to keep growing and growing the governor also ordered rafting and tubing businesses to close back down Clayton level WBAP
Chainlink The Mover
"The good news is well. Not a great deal on good news, a not not a great deals actually occurred across the markets of light. Today. We've actually got a little bit of take in what's going on with Bitcoin and the rest of the market. We'll talk you through a couple of things. I'm saying right now. There's not a great deal within that. Top Ten buffet looking at Bitcoin now look the whole week last week. As today is Monday. Obviously, the entire wake ended up closing down half of one percent. Now that's not much. Not much at all and the entire range, and he he's what's interesting. The fact that it close down half a percent. Look that he's a little bit interesting on expose, but it's more about the entire range of that candle that the range of that entire candle. Let me tell you what that is. It is from it's hard to. It's low, roughly calculated their. Seven point three six percent. Very little indeed now. You think that's still sounds like a lot and I. I suppose the IT sounds like a lot, but you know you go back to the wake. Starting was early June first of. That was a twelve percent week. Yeah, we'll look at last week. Even last week was a little bit big. Not a great deal bigger eleven percent there as well. You can't okay going. Back to the end of my, we had thirteen percent week and we've the wakes that we see. Also of between usually ten and twenty percent realistically, that's what we that's what we see. The vilatility has dried up for the Hong Bang on Bitcoin. Now yesterday we closed down point seven five a percent today without point nine does not a great deal going on he in this market for the time they were one thousand, three hundred and. Seventy took a kite. So north thousand three, hundred, seventy two. Bitcoin right now now the positive is is holding its ground. It's holding above nine thousand, having too many issues holding of thousand and it's grinding. You know it's just hanging in there. That's a positive thing it. It doesn't site too much full whether we can your high or law at this stage the weekly. Look it's back in. That cradles I. Know It's looking a definitely. Definitely more bullish and bearish on the weekly timeframe, and I'm looking at as I speak to you, but it's a little bit more convincing for me to to really say this market take often do well a theorems that are pretty good diet cost talk tense up the most two point, five percent up two hundred, thirty three dollars, or seventeen sense now theory and loss. Really Nice quickly Cana. By the way, it's a really really really really trendy so theory and looked a lot stronger to me than what Bitcoin does for. The Time Bang lost weight down one point six seven percent not huge cannon NAS pullback. Cradles looking very very good. It's a two thirty three is up two point five six percent eighteen point seven percent off point, one of the percent rotten lost weight once guy. It was down down two point. Two five percent excel pays actually looking bearish It's looking bearish to me. It has been for quite some taller rolling over at the moment on that weekly timeframe, but again we need to say when eighty see above twenty cents again to get that momentum. Moving would be a really really powerful thing, not much going on for up. Hey, right now, bitcoin cash to sent up right now at two thirty seven fives, interesting bitcoin cash Theory by very similarly similarly similar I can't talk. Signed Price. It's up Senate to thirty, four, seventy five lost weight, just talk to the weekly a dying. We would down three percent on the best up one point three four percents tonight, one, seventy, two, seventy, five, a bright down through some support loss weight loss weeks down full point ignored percent. It's holding below that that level that one seven six a couple of support resistance levels around here. Look don't really shot that I'm looking for opportunities on right now. Because I just don't see the trend banks strong enough the daily nineties down, but it's not strong, still very solid, wise lot, coin, solid, wise one point to set up at forty three dollars and fifty cents. Does that represent good value Guy Looking very similar to that of exile they were. We don't have that strong trend like we do with say ethereal on the fifty three cents up exactly one percent and loss week it was down, but only down to him again, just grinding at going their bonnets very slow wake as well it was down three point six two percent, the sixteen dollars and sixteen cents up one point three percent when I say how. The since the purchase of see 'EM, say bond hasn't really done a great deal. Positive for itself as far as price goes The market doesn't seem to be doing much on bonaventure at the moment Kadhafi up two percent right now still in that strong uptrend. The weekly yet it closed up up two point two percent weekly Chat, looking very very strong dial job still hanging in that not much going on at seven point, nine cents does up two percent, a theory classic, very very slow wake a guide as I'm sure you probably will away down one point six percent sitting at six dollars twenty four. Point seven percent today again. It's a very very slow shot tron. One point five nine cents last week. It deploys down Anita. Percent Died. My view right now, is it? A theory is the best looking shot out of our top ten right now. That weekly chart is really really daily I WANNA. See it captures some mole momentum. WanNa see the high timeframe start start the mid timeframe trend a little bit better. We've got high alone a high a high now on a theory. If you WANNA have look five shot at there at the moment, we'll tell you what it is. It's It's lot co also blocking. It's China link. Child Link Perpetual, so that's a futures contract. They're gonNA have a look at that on earth ticks shot beautiful, little breakout this morning waiting for pull bikes that really nice looking trend there on that four hour the dailies now going to self in an option, and it looks really really good for move. If I look at the weekly as well it's was bullish Cadillac six percent last week. Bullish candle in the criminals are in broken hot today, a runic look set for a very strong mode, so my view. Ma Positioning right now to be watching link very very closely
Is Macy's Stock A Buy Ahead Of Reopenings? Here's What Earnings Show
"Macy's is scheduled to come out with their first quarter report in a few weeks, but Preliminary results out today. Indicating macy's loss is going to be a little smaller than Wall Street was expecting. They've also raised four and a half billion dollars in debt to help shore up the balance sheet so. What do you think, Jason? It's? It's a little better for macy's. Yes, yeah I mean it. It is better in the sense that they bought themselves some more time. We always talk about, it's tough to use debt to get yourself out of debt in. Some, point down the line is gonNA. They're gonNA. Figure out how to reconcile that, but for now. I mean this does by the. Time which is really what they need most of. In a very close second is shoppers right? But I mean you go back a year? Okay, go back a year from from today we were talking about macy's and the challenges business was facing well before the pandemic ever hit. I mean at that point from two thousand fifteen on top line revenue had fallen eleven percent. Net income had fallen thirty three percent earnings per share were down twenty two percent, and then they burn through a considerable amount of cash long way round seventy percent of their cash balance. They burn through since two thousand fifteen as well so I mean. This was a business facing a lot of challenges a year ago. Fast forward today, and clearly those challenges have only grown. It's hard to imagine I. Mean we've talked this. JC Penney for so long. Does the world really need? JC? Penney mean we can ask the same thing. Does the world really need? macy's I mean I. Don't know if it really needs it. I I do feel like maybe there's. There's a bit bit more of a spot for macy's in our retail landscape. Here and I am hopeful. That management is able to weather the storm but I mean I it. It is going to be a monumental task. Going forward in, you know we still don't know how this This coming fall is really gonNA shake out I mean there are there is a there's enough uncertainty i. think in regard to what the fall season is gonNA. Look like here. As far as the pandemic goes, if we can get through the fall season with with relatively a mild conditions, this holiday season is going to be a pivotal time for macy's one where they can really capitalize, but for now yeah I, mean.
Nasdaq sets record high, S&P positive for 2020 as investors rally for recovery
"June third Ryan, Dietrick L., L. Financial tweeted that the return of the S&P five hundred for the trading day since the market bottomed the Mark Twenty March twenty third. Thirty nine point six percent, the best fifty day rally of the S&P five hundred since it was launched in nineteen fifty seven series. Yes. Didn't it feel like you're in the best rally ever I mean? I just feel. I just can't help but feel that. Yeah, this is just the best time to. Today just fantastic, yeah! Anyway, so the five hundred is now within five percent of its all time high on the Nasdaq on Friday and again today and we are taping by the way on Monday. June eighth! The Nasdaq reached another all time high, so the Nasdaq is at an all time high at this point. According to the bespoke in investment group. There's only one stock in the entire s and P five hundred. That's down since March. Twenty Third Oh hell. And it's down less than two percent. It's cody. The beauty care products. And they're only eight stocks that aren't up more than ten percents. It's mark, Twain, third, and this includes actually some big names Costco Walmart. Kroger sort of the consumer staples got left in the dust during the rally, so looking at the sectors since March twenty third the best sector energy up a hundred seven percent. Followed by consumer discretionary seventy percent in financials, fifty nine percent that said they went up the most, because they went down the most in the first part of it, and for the year they're still down, so energy stocks are still down almost thirty percent of the year and consumer, discretionary and financials still down eleven percent for the year. When you look at the best sectors for the year, as you might guess top performer technology for point, seven percent and healthcare up six percent for the year. Now looking at the biggest companies. In the stock market, we now have three companies worth more than a trillion dollars. Apple is on top one point three, nine, seven trillion. Microsoft. Just barely behind at least as of Friday's close one point three, eight, seven, trillion, and then Amazon at one point, two, two, seven, trillion and Google alphabet is not that far behind at nine hundred sixty four billion dollars, so it's quite amazing. Has As has been the case for years now. Larger growth oriented companies are doing better, which means in some cases, pricier stocks have gotten pricier and cheap stocks have gotten cheaper. Here's an interesting tidbit from Jason swags journal Article From last Friday quote. The fifty most expensive stocks and the S&P five hundred as of December thirty first were up. An average eleven point three percent through June third according to Drew Dixon. The Chief Investment Officer at Abbott Bridge capital the fifty cheapest stocks at the end of last year. Meanwhile we're down sixteen point eight percent so gross stocks doing well value stocks still struggling.
Dow finishes up over 800 points as stocks soar on strong jobs report
"In the wake of a surprisingly strong employment report for may stocks posted brought in sharp gains today the Dow Jones industrial average surged eight hundred twenty nine points or three point one percent while the nasdaq composite leapt two point one percent to finish within four points of its all time closing high Boeing is back in the top spot in terms of the Most Valuable aerospace company stock of the jet maker has rallied sharply this week as airlines have been reporting some improvement in demand and the willingness to add more flights Boeing's shares soared another eleven percent today pushing the company's market value above one hundred fifteen billion dollars putting it ahead of both Lockheed Martin and
Asians have the highest incomes in the United States
"According to the US census in two thousand Seventeen Asian people at the highest median household income in this country by a lot, which is more than twice the median household income of black people. And that's what we're talking about. Here is that we have intentionally assimilated into white society. I mean we have to kind of exam kind of interrogate the fact that most Asian Americans have a white American accent. That's because we have assimilated with White Society, so let's start from the start acknowledging that we have done that. That's I think the bias that a lot of asian-americans come from is that we have surrounded ourselves with white people and have kind of neglected understanding, other minority communities namely the black community. Well Look I. The the truth is I. Didn't I never grew up around black people I think Ron. Any black people there was one black kid in my middle school and I watched him get relentlessly made fun of and I stood by didn't do anything about it and I have a lot of guilt associated with that, but like the truth is. I was I had no exposure to black people until college. My parents didn't have any black friends. It starts there. It starts with not having that experience like I. I'm not GonNa pretend that like I. Spend most of my days hanging out with black people like I, said I have a limited number of black friends now like it's not, you know luckily. I I work in food media where I get to encounter a much broader range of people than I, did growing up, but like I wanted to speak very frankly about my own experience in that is like. I just didn't have that exposure. My parents had even less of it. and. Their perspective is informed very differently from ours. And I think it's really important that we have these conversations with them, but we have to just sort of. Remember how hard it is to empathize with the group that you have no contact with. But we need everybody to see this right and this is the giant Delta between. What we need them to know and what they WANNA know, of course, look, it's interesting. Right because the three of us are maybe not. The ideal group because. We all have had ambitions to be heard we all in our own ways. We've wanted to be out there. Dave is very out there. But I don't think and tell me if I'm wrong but like. I don't think that the previous generation. Our parents have any desire to stick out. They don't want to stick their necks out there. I'm just talking about the model minority thing again. That's not that's not their parents. Generation that's Asian culture, too. Yeah. I think that's pervasive over across generations I think even now the prevailing attitude of Asian Americans, I can speak for my generation, generally speaking of an aberration like I'm very outspoken, but I'm the aberration. I'm the exception to the rule out of times and that. That kinda needs to change especially as it pertains to very important issues like this like police brutality against black people like we should be at the forefront of this, we should be allying. I was at the protests on Saturday in mid city Los. Angeles and I saw a bunch of Asian people in that gave me a lot of hope but Asian people make up about ten eleven percent of the population Los Angeles I don't think we were ten percent of the crowd that was out there marching. And we can do better. We can do better as asian-americans. Madge. If you're listening to this right and I was like this isn't a podcast. This is just a conversation. Well, yeah because I don't think there's anything you can't talk about right now. Other than what's happening I. Think it's so important that we need to have an honest conversation with my friends that I work with about how we can. Change perspectives and shift the alignment so old generation to generation to the newest generation all on the same page. Because the reason you're here and you have the civil liberties that you do have is simply because. Black. People had to go through slavery. They've had to endure the most. Awful of atrocities. Jim Crow Segregation. Now voter suppression everything is wrong and built against black people yet. Somehow people have benefited from it. And I can see a lot of Asian people being. That's not our problem. Well it is your problem because I don't think is right for you to benefit and to not have any issues right because someone else's carrying the burden.
Stocks Rally After Unexpected Drop in U.S. Unemployment
"Duncan Wall Street went all in on economic recovery after the may jobs report provided an unexpected push the Dow rose eight hundred twenty nine the nasdaq one hundred ninety eight closing just a few points away from its record close and the S. and P. rose eighty two investors built their gains of two to three in two tenths percent on the labor department numbers two and a half million jobs gains last month not millions lost and the drop in the unemployment rate to thirteen point three percent American Airlines was already flying high this week shares jumped eleven percent on top of yesterday's forty one percent Boeing shares themselves jumped eleven and a half percent on optimism travel is
Women are perceived to become liabilities the moment they become mothers. And that's just not true
"You know I grew up in the Philippines. I had really strong female role models my mother my grandmothers. We had a female President Corazon Aquino when I was growing up and I grew up as an empowered girl you know part of the Ywca of Manila's one of their team leaders. When I was thirteen and a started organizing leadership conferences for girls when I was eighteen and then so when I left the Philippines to come to school I left Venus. This empowered girl and then I went to Mongolia College. Which is the first ever and oldest college for Women in America which has a strong tradition if educating female leaders that would change the world and right out of college and I was working at Goldman Sachs. I was sparked of launching the Investment Banking Women's Network for Goldman and so all of these experiences. Really you know allowed me to appreciate the importance of having strong female role models in women leaders all around. I think there's a surprising number of similarities. I also grew up with a very strong mother. Who set a wonderful example of how to work hard and achieve your dreams but also have a clear opinion and share that I also went to an all women's college so Wellesley and it was a really powerful example for me to see all the leadership roles filled by women because that was just the assumption. Why wouldn't the leadership refilled by a woman? I think couple of differences. I grew up in a lot of other countries. As well you came from the Philippines. I I grew up in China for three years in Japan in Ecuador and France and so seeing gender equality quite differently in all of those countries and comparing that to the United States was a real surprise for me it was it was so different from country to country in China for example. There's a saying that women hold up half the sky and that struck me as clearly women would would have half of the opportunities would be just as strong and through both school but then also work and now I have three young daughters six year old and almost four year old twin girls and so I care about gender equality even more But this has been with me from his as far as I can remember. We NEED TO ACCELERATE GENDER EQUALITY. So we can have it in your daughter's life exactly that quite a bit actually at the rate we're going. The whole world stands to benefit if women participate in the economy identically. Demand according to Quinlan's research at McKinsey it would boost the world's economy annually by twenty trillion dollars. That's the size of China and US economies combined. It's all countries align their gender equality efforts with the progress made by their most impressive neighbors. The world's economy could grow by eleven percent that's twelve trillion dollars. A remedy for inequality is a daunting task and it starts at home from the United States may seem like a developed nation but the United States for the last decade has been ranking in the twenties to thirties and the global gender gap report and so there is a lot of progress that needs to be achieved and one of these areas is an economic empowerment so the gender pay gap still persists here in the United States. The gap has narrowed since nineteen eighty. But it's been stable over the last fifteen years and as of last year on average women have earned only eighty five percent of what men earned and based on this estimate. This means it would take an extra thirty nine days of work for women to earn what men did. As of last year there is also the perception that this gender pay gap is imaginary. The latest survey shows that around half of the men believed that there is no gender pay gap so this is very much like half of the men are denying climate change. You know. It's the same principle of denying Ariel that exists which makes it even more problematic to solve when we think about the intersection of race and gender gap. It gets even worse with African American women getting paid the least on average a second area around economic empowerment for women as access to capital for women. Women receive less than ten percent of venture capital funding and ever ge US women are starting more and more companies access to capital is not as easy for women as it is for men. If you're a woman of color the probability that you'll get funding from a venture capitalist is less than one percent so there is a lot of work we need to do around economic empowerment women.
Facebook Helps Entrepreneurs Move Their Shops Online -- for Free
"From wondering. I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Monday. May Twenty Fifth Happy Memorial Day last week. Facebook made a big announcement for small business. Owners entrepreneurs will soon be able to create virtual storefronts on facebook and instagram using a new feature called facebook shops. The idea facebook. Ceo Sheryl Sandberg says is to help all small businesses but especially the struggling ones according to a recent survey conducted by facebook and the Small Business Roundtable one third of all small businesses in the US have already closed their doors. Another eleven percent say they will fail. Should the economy remain mostly closed for much longer giving continuing social distancing and stay at home orders? Transitioning to online sales may be the only path forward for most smaller companies in its livestream announcement facebook. Ceo Mark Zuckerberg said. We're seeing a lot of small businesses get online for the first time but moving online and especially to mobile friendly. Commerce isn't always easy. The process can be expensive and complicated but facebook. Says it wants to help entrepreneurs solve those problems therefore setting up a new storefront on shops will be free and Sandberg claims. It's easy to. She says it'll only take minutes. The new storefronts are intended to allow merchants. Not just to show their wares but to conduct transactions as well a business owner who is linked. Her existing website to facebook shop will be able to take payment on her website. Alternatively she'll be able to check out customers right on facebook or instagram for a small fee to help users. Simplify what can be complicated back in mechanics. Facebook is partnering with Shop Afyon and other ECOMMERCE engines shop which is based in Canada as well known as the merchant platform for millions of small online businesses behind the scenes. The story that facebook is telling that it's here to help is not surprisingly more nuanced. The new shops feature represents facebook wholehearted foray into commerce with brick and mortar stores restaurants closed online sales of sword and facebook. Once in Zuckerberg told the Financial Times at facebook shops had already been under development. The company sped up its launch to take advantage of the spike in online shopping observers. Say The new feature pits facebook against Amazon and ebay based books partnership with shop of. I should help as we reported right here just a couple of months ago shop. If is aggressively competing with Amazon last year at began investing five billion dollars. Over five years to build a nationwide fulfillment network VAT network is intended to help. American merchants offered two day shipping all over the country. You know just like Amazon and that could be an answer to one problem savvy. Merchants will ask about selling directly from facebook and INSTAGRAM. Who'LL SHIT MY products? Facebook won't but shop if I and other logistics partners will Voila problem solved but let's not forget another albeit smaller. Ecommerce rival Oetzi. The company has made it easy for Solo artists and small companies to build online stores from their bedrooms and Kitchens Oetzi. Share price is up ninety percent this year. According to The Wall Street Journal and REVENUES IN THE FIRST QUARTER. Were double what they were three years ago. The paper reported at sees Growth Spike. Especially during the lockdowns has made one thing extremely clear. Just how many millions of soloists are interested in and capable of starting successful businesses online even if facebook is late to this war for online customers. The company has one significant weapon that Amazon Ebay. Oetzi don't have two point six billion monthly users. It's intuitive to see how shops owners will be able to leverage their facebook and instagram followers to boost sales on shops. According to the verge shops will be found on facebook pages or instagram profiles. Dunkelberg says merchants will also be able to let customers. Virtually try on products like sunglasses and makeup by using reality tools. According to the Wall Street Journal so facebook is giving shops away for free. How will it make money while the answer is simple? Advertising Sheryl Sandberg Toll Madman Jim Cramer that one hundred sixty million small business owners already used facebook's free business tools eight million of them already purchased. Facebook ADS Zuckerberg assumes that if facebook shops owners find the storefronts valuable. They'll want to bid more to buy facebook ads according to NPR. That's where the quote real money will come from. According to the Motley fool too many facebook shops is
Chicago police announce crackdown on motorcycles, speeders
"Police police have have laid laid out out their their traffic traffic safety plan for the summer they're going to go after speeders among others commander John Lofgren of the CBD's counterterrorism bureau says the cobra nineteen lockdown is led to fewer cars on the roads across the country and a rise in speeding and deadly crashes including right here in Illinois had an an eleven percent increase of traffic fatalities that I'm sure no one here or none of the viewers would argue I has a lot to do with the fact that there are significantly less drivers on the road and the drivers that are there are taking this opportunity to likely drive enhanced speeds C. B. D. is also going after drunk drivers and motorcyclists to decide to make a nuisance of themselves city wide
New Fox poll paints bleak picture for Trump's electoral hopes
"A fox news poll has found Joe Biden holding an eight point lead over president trump for the popular vote but eleven percent said they're still
Poll: Biden opens up 8-point lead over Trump
"As any poster will tell you a lot can change between now and November but the new fox news poll finds Biden leading trump at this point fox is going all Scott the new poll gives Democrat Joe Biden the forty eight to forty percent edge over president trump if the election were held today protect the very foundations of democracy trust in self governance because right now it's under attack but that lead is with eleven percent
Coronavirus-related hospital admissions continue to drop in New York
"In the city number people entering hospitals across New York with corona virus continues to drop down from seventy eight to fifty nine that's wonderful the mayor said the number of coronavirus patients in ICU beds across the city's eleven public hospitals also dropped again from five sixty one two five seventeen delta Blasio said test results are also showing encouraging signs here percentage of people tested who are positive for cover nineteen down from thirteen percent to eleven percent all of these things are important because seven benchmarks need to be reached consistently in order for the state to approve a lifting of some corona virus
U.S. unemployment rate will get worse, Treasury's Mnuchin says
"Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says the worst of the nation's job losses is yet to come NPR's Hanna Hagerman reports just two weeks ago Mnuchin was saying the economy would quickly rebound over the summer however he told fox news Sunday the reported numbers are probably going to get worse before they get better the US saw more than twenty million jobs lost in April and the unemployment rate soared to nearly fifteen percent that rate surpasses the post World War two record up almost eleven percent Mnuchin also says the White House is considering additional stimulus measures including a payroll tax cut but he says the administration is not in favor of simply bailing out
Dallas - Sales tax revenue in north Texas decreases during stay-home orders
"And the latest sales tax figures show the the cities cities across across North North Texas Texas are are already already starting starting to to see see the the impact impact of of covert covert nineteen nineteen the the Texas Texas state state comptroller's comptroller's office office has has released released its its latest latest monthly monthly figures figures and and some some North Texas cities are showing a double digit drop in sales tax revenues the latest report covers sales taxes collected in March when businesses across the state began shutting down to prevent the spread of covert nineteen sales tax revenues for the city of Dallas were down nine percent compared to the same month last year garland had an eleven percent drop and sales tax revenues in the skeet were down fifteen percent officials with the comptroller's office expect next month's report to show an even larger drop Stephen Pickering news radio ten eighty
Top 5 Moviegoing Experiences
"From Chicago. This is film Spotting Josh. Larsen and I met HIM DR. Get stuck on a movie line with a guy like this behind you a free country. You have to give it so loud to shame to pontificate like that. And and the funny part of it is. You don't know anything about McLuhan. We miss the movies so much. We even miss the Marshall McLuhan pontificators this week on the show. We mourn the current closure of movie theaters with our top five movie going experiences listeners. China into that more. That's funny because I happen to have Mr McLuhan right here ahead on film spot. Welcome to film spotting with Josh. I'm Adam and as we record this. Josh movie theaters are closed. They've been closed for a month or more and they'll continue to be closed for the foreseeable future which means this week's top five movie going. Experiences is either perfectly timed or it's the last thing people want to hear right now. Yeah could be either an act of morning or celebration curious Adam. Is this the longest you've gone sense? You started going to the movies when you were young Without being out of theater because I think it might be for me. Actually it has to be right. When would you ever be away from movies? Maybe when my first child was born but even then we'll get into this a little bit with our lists. I remember going to a Lotta movies when Holden was very young. That's what that was my thought too is. It must have been when we had a new baby but no because in both cases I was working as a fulltime film critic so I would have gotten back to work within a month for sure and Bannon a theater so yeah. This has been a long stretch. If you were anticipating are ghostbusters versus Gremlins throwdown. We have decided just to move that to next week. So if you didn't get those viewings in you have a little bit more time. That part of our eight from eighty four series. This was a top five that our producer Sam suggested in fact he's been suggesting it for many months. Maybe a couple years ago Josh annually. Yeah for some reason. We have always resisted it. We talk about our apprehensions a little bit. And now it's gone from the top five. We both vowed maybe never to do to a segment that I vowed to Sam would never be more than about twelve to fifteen minutes to an entire show. While let's just for the record that happens almost every time we do a top five where they'll say this is only going to be twelve minutes and it could be an entire show so that's nothing new But yeah resistance to this list. is is proven. There's historical basis for that but times have changed. It's a different time. Adam and get does call for this list before we get to that though we want to once again mention the Chicago Cinema Workers Fund and then also the art house America campaign. The arthouse America campaign is co sponsored by the criterion collection. And it's already raised over five hundred thousand dollars for independent cinemas across the country so again keeping this on the mind not being able to go to theaters like these independent cinemas and really worrying about their future. More information on both of these funds again. The Chicago Cinema Workers Fund and then the Art House America campaign will be in the notes for this show at film spotting dot net on twitter invited listeners to write or call in with the names of family and friends who are working on the front lines during this pandemic and we heard from a friend of the show. Kenny Meyer also longtime listener Tom Morris and they called in with some shoutouts. We WanNa make sure that Jamie and Jennifer gets them. Well deserved attention responding? Kannemeyer back and Pump does our California and Just wanted to call and response to the tweet about the front line workers. Doing Cook Nineteen You guys know my sister Jamie She works in respiratory therapist. Linda Hospital Big Hospital here in southern California and Is on the front lines as they say. But if you follow around letterbox. She's still finding lots time to keep up on movies. She's already seen blow the man down so she's one ahead of me right now so just shut my big sister Jamie Thanks for doing what you do. Keep up the hard work and thanks to everybody. Who's out there working on our behalf. I don't funny Adam. Josh Sam Levy Guys. Thanks for the show in a long time to get any feedback So all the ones happy holidays. Happy Fifteenth Anniversary. Thanks for the Bette Davis Marathon and I right talk to you soon. Hey signing this. Is Tom Morris of the good the bad and the nerdy movie podcast? I just wanted to call and give a shout out to a very special person. Says dear to me who is a front line worker. That would be my wife. Jennifer sheet is a unit secretary at a hospital in my area. Hers is actually a little more complicated jobs and she. You know if you hit if a patient hits the help button. She's the first person they speak to. She's the one that organized the handles all the assignments. She gets the nurses to to alert them. When something's going wrong. She is basically the person probably speaks the most of the patient with them ever realize it and I feel like that her and others in her position should get many shout outs is. They're the UNSUNG heroes. Just like you know editors are and so forth and film anyway Let's get all those healthcare workers fighting save everyone's suffering for a couple of nineteen. Thanks thank you Kenny. And Tom for your thoughtful voicemails and of course thank you. Jamie Jennifer for everything you're doing and our thanks as well to everyone out there working on the front lines. If you have a friend or family member you want to give a shout out to. You could drop us a line. Three one two two six four zero seven four four or send us an MP three file or an email feedback at film spotting dot net. We're going to get into our top five now. Josh movie going experiences with some poll results that you could argue completely contradict the spirit of the top five. We asked listeners to vote on their favorite type of movie going experiences. We came up with these four opening night full house for a comedy opening night full. House for an action movie or opening night full House for a horror movie. You could also go. I'm not into crowds weekday alone at my favorite art house. Finally if none of those fit the bill for you you could vote other and right in your choice. How did it come out Josh? This is incredibly revealing? I think Adam other is in last place with six percent and then packed pretty tightly together. Are the three communal options. So ten percent of the vote went to opening night horror movie eleven percent opening night comedy and eighteen percent opening night action movies so you see some differentiation. There among those options but easily winning this poll. We're Buncha loners in film. Spotty Nation Weekday alone at my favorite art house took it with fifty five percent of the vote. That's also how you and I voted. Yeah it is though in fairness we could say that instead of being a bunch of loners film spotting nation is actually just a bunch of snobs. And it's not so much the day of the week or going by yourself or with a group it's the type of movie and they just loved the art house fare donors. Snobs you say potato. Yeah exactly we heard from John Dempsey. Who said I voted alone slash art house though? It's really a tie of extremes for me the other being full house slash blockbuster the alone arthouse preferably daytime experience really put you in a trance. There's nothing quite like seeing for example. The APU trilogy at Film Forum than leaving the dark theater for the bright bustling streets of New York and wandering literally and in your mind with one foot still in the world of the film on the other hand. The communal anticipation in line. The urgency of getting a good seat and the roars of laughter and gasps during an opening weekend showing of say a fast and furious film. It's the type of shared energy. Most people search for music festivals or sports stadiums. I need both in this stem dearly. And I think that's the case I think even us and the people who voted the fifty five percent who said Weekday alone of the art house. We want both and we do crave both and we're going to reflect back on some of the best communal experiences that we've had going to the movies. Yeah that makes sense to me. My my vote in favour of being alone was not in opposition to those other options. Because I do love all of those other options as well. So that's fair. John Characterizes it. Well
"eleven percent" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Stock was up eleven percent Sally beauty of a dollar forty today that was down three hundred thirty four points David Johnson is radio ten eighty care all day David thank you so much we'll hit that traffic and weather together on the aids next and then more on the federal reserve cutting the interest rate by a quarter percent it's three twenty facial acne have it don't want it but aren't sure what to do about it well DFW clinical research is conducting a clinical study to evaluate a topical investigational tell for acne there's no charge and you may receive up to three hundred dollars for your time and travel if you or someone you know has acne and is between twelve and forty years of age call for six nine two two five five eight zero zero that's four six nine two two five five eight zero zero or DFW clinical research dot com this week's most popular music number three Chris Brown forever you number one this week in two thousand the sticker on this is Kelly chief meteorologist neighborhood off helping you be prepared in the event of severe weather in North Texas what is the difference between a watch and a warning wanna watch means conditions are favorable for storm or toward attic development within a few hours usually has an expiration time a severe thunderstorm or tornado warning means things are happening right now find safe shelter immediately listen to us live on your radio dot com out and stay in your shelters until you get the all clear weather severe weather in North Texas all be here to keep you informed on news radio ten eighty KRLD this is Dave Suevi **** girl police officer thirty five years and now executive director of the guns N. hoses foundation of North Texas our foundation is dedicated to assisting the families of fallen first responders who have lost their lives in the line of duty since two thousand and two the foundation has assisted fifty nine families for financial support including three in twenty nineteen we also contribute to children's charity supported by local police and fire please help us continue to help the first responders in the DFW area donate or volunteer visit our site a guns N. hoses nor TX dot org the name the Backstreet boys the boys formed in Orlando in nineteen ninety three he rose to fame with their international debut album and later their U. S. debut heroes to super stardom with their third album millennium which worldwide sold over thirty million copies to date they have released eight studio albums selling over one hundred million albums worldwide it was a record producer who gave them their name it's after Orlando's Backstreet market an outdoor flea market that was also my teen hang out with other together on the aids newsradio ten eighty KRLD three twenty eight and we're looking at a situation in Irving it's affecting the wealth of expressways but it's affecting everyone Brett it looks yeah it's on the westbound side and it look it looks like a dump truck that day mostly got over to the right shoulder but he still poking out into the lane enough to really.
"eleven percent" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Eleven percent is the highest number recorded since you an AMA began recording civilian casualty data, George W Bush opened the gates of hell with his lies and now, Afghanistan, Afghan civilians are paying the price. We'll be back. It's twenty two minutes past the. In our newest members. Only video we examine a whole bunch of stuff that has to do with living longer and living healthy. There are these things called blue zones five places in the world where people live routinely into their nineties and hundreds long long live people and the researcher put this thing together discovered that one of those five places in the world where people live so long is right here in the United States. A little town of Loma Linda, I'll tell you in the IRA tell you in the clip exactly what it is. They're doing that causes them to live so long, and then we get into how extra virgin olive oil actually can block or Alzheimer's disease. How Monsanto's glysophate maybe increasing cancer risk and a common food additive that appears to be triggering silly act disease. All amazing stuff in this new members only video so check it out there's links to it and information about it in our newsletter, which is free. You can sign up at Tom dot com. And of course on our website at Thom Hartmann dot com and patriot. Dot com slash Thom Hartmann. Welcome back. There's a.
"eleven percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Getting the endorsement and consequently in eleven percent, of course, across the country have indicated that it is impacting their business. The another aspect to the shutdown is the general buyer confidence Washington shutdown has led to at least some people believing more chaotic environment to the economy, and they do not want to pull the trigger of buying a home eleven percent. Additional eleven percent of realtors indicating buyers becoming hesitant as a result of government shutdown. And it was interesting to note that the realtors who said they were seeing an impact we're seeing it both with potential clients and current clients. I absolutely that. So it's not about people not receiving paychecks. Does subset of government employees are not receiving paycheck. But just ordinary American living in the middle of the country who has private sector employment. But if they believe because of the government shutdown the economy will be slow down our job situation may be less certain. If the economy was hit a recession and some people are concerned about this issues, and they are pulling back, and it is an unambiguous negative regarding the impact to the real estate from the shutdown and even the economic growth may be held back somewhat that some of the commercial activity is not occurring Lawrence, of course, right now, we're on very shaky ground because we don't know how long this thing's going to last. So if it keeps going do you expect we'll see a more serious impact? On real estate the longer shut down naturally. The greater the negative impact initially during the first days of the shutdown. The government also indicated the flood insurance would not be available about fortunately with the communication with the agencies the administration, they are making flood insurance available..
"eleven percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"That's more my camp, by the way. Ten point one five percent with eleven percent risk or volatility. So there you have it it it just doesn't in my opinion move the needle enough to get me excited or interested. And as I said it does cause some friction in the portfolio with costs and so forth. Over five years instead of being forty percent in stocks and the excuse me forty percent in bonds. You're thirty six point seven two percent in bonds. It's three percent. It doesn't move the needle enough. So if you're gonna do it don't do it on the fixed date or some automatic thing. Do it by a percentage allocation, I would use five percent. Christopher my wife is self employed would she benefit by incorporating her business or by using an LLC is that better. I don't know Christopher she could potentially benefit by being a subchapter s corporation setting up a defined benefit plan passing through some dividends or she might benefit by a C corporation. She has all kinds of medical expenses that aren't covered they could be deducted from her C corporation, an LLC does nothing from a tax standpoint. Unless you file it to be taxed as if it were a corporation. And then I wonder as a solo practitioner, whether or not an LLC would make any sense at all three partners, or whatever it might. So I don't know. I I. I would be skeptical as to whether or not there would be an ample enough benefit. Now, if you told me, she's sixty years old. And she makes one hundred thousand dollars she's made one hundred thousand dollars per year for the last three or five years, and she doesn't need to spend a penny of that money because you make enough money. To take care of the two of you and your under save for.
"eleven percent" Discussed on KGO 810
"Twitter semi or tweets as well at Ethan Bearman. I am live from the Minova. Somebody in Minneapolis is the last day yesterday. I moderated the game changers track. And I just wanted to second review on that is what you think of his science fiction is not it's actually in the FDA clinical trial process in terms of our future of medicine, technology and healthcare. It is. Unreal. I will hopefully have a chance a little bit later to get to that area. On Huffington is gonna join me in just a moment here. She's speaking on the main stage, but one of the pieces of news that I thought was really interesting is there was a brand new poll that was published early this morning from politico and morning consult. And I think this is very interesting for as much as the right is claiming victory with Justice bread 'em cavenaugh, and they did from the same way that they got him on the supreme court. That guy. They did. He is. Now, a Justice who is participating on the bench. But this new poll, actually. Demonstrates what I suspected. By losing the Democrats are more fired up than the Republicans who are less fired up about it by winning. So losing fires people. That's why the midterms especially in two years after presentation office like what happened to Obama in two thousand ten to Bush in two thousand whatever year that was what year was that two thousand two the midterms go against them. Same with the Bill Clinton the Republicans wiped out two years into his presidency. Seventy seven percent of Democrats said they are quote, very motivated devote in November's midterm elections compared to sixty eight percent of Republicans who had the same response. So seventy seven percent of Democrats that they're very motivated to vote. Now that judge Cavanaugh is Justice cavenaugh and Republicans are only sixty eight percent very motivated to vote. This is going to be interesting because the house I just checked the fivethirtyeight website stats this morning, seven in nine chance that the Democrats win the house of representatives still low two in nine that they win the Senate, but seven am nine chance seventy nine chance that they win the house of representatives. Here's a quote from Tyler Sinclair morning consoles vice president on political and I quote, Brett cavenaugh Senate confirmation battle appears to be a signature. Motivator. As voter enthusiasm for the upcoming mid terms has hit its highest point since morning concert. And political began tracking the issue. Additionally, end quote, additionally, seventy eight percent of Democrats think it was the wrong decision for the Senate confirmed cavenaugh while eleven percent eleven percent of Democrats think it was the right decision. Only. Seventy three percent of Republicans think it was the right decision. So twenty seven percent of Republicans. Nope. They didn't think it was right, obviously, some said undecided because twelve percents that it was wrong. Wrong. This is going to have ramifications. If if it's fires up women undecideds independence to actually show up the. Oh. And by the way, thank you for the correction. I was wrong GOP actually gained seats underbush too. Because that was the nine eleven situation, which was the exception. It was the Democrats one really handily in eight but they had gained six as well. So thank you for the correction there. But this is going to turn out very interesting for the Republicans who are like we got our guy who by the way. I don't know why everybody on the Republican side wants to continue to ignore. The fact the top Republicans did not want judge Cavanaugh. It was the White House who wanted then judge cavenaugh because of his expansive views regarding executive power. They wanted that. They don't want him subpoenaed. They don't want him to have to face trial. They don't want any of that while he's president. So the president's like, Nope. I want the one which guy has the most expansive view of executive power who by the way didn't have that same view when he was working with Ken Starr investigating then President Bill Clinton. That's all that stuff went down. It's so ugly. That level of politics. It really really is. By the way, I just always curious to hear your thoughts. Four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten on Twitter at Ethan Bearman Facebook. Facebook dot com slash Ethan Bearman show. I want to share with you another thought though that I had because we're going to get into the ObamaCare website and what they're doing with that. By the way. Did you see that news that Trump officials are planning to shut down the ObamaCare sign up site during open enrollment? Now, they did it last year two years. They didn't do that shut it down. During open enrollment. When President Obama was president their doing that under Trump as an effort to minimize it. Make it harder to sign up for Affordable Care Act plans. It's really interesting that that is the approach that the Republicans are saying, well, they they'd never did what they said. They would do I thought it was going be repeal and replace. That's what they said for six years under President Obama. There's no replacement. They've repealed pieces of the Affordable Care Act, and they haven't replaced any of it with anything. So now instead of actually having a plan of action it is well, we'll just make the website unavailable. Now, California's different we have our own website. What I still think was a billion dollar boondoggle. By the way, doesn't take a billion dollars to build a website. Sorry, I've worked with some very large companies to build websites and it's nowhere near a billion dollars to build. What was not even a complicated website, by the way, it wasn't even complicated. And all of this is going to become somewhat meaningless when we don't pay attention to what is happening in healthcare. So I mentioned that I moderated the game changers track here in Minneapolis in the Minova summit yesterday telling you there is a company that already does gene editing, not GMO, but actual crisper whatever the other big name was Hanson or something like that. I just don't know. I'm not a genetic scientist. They're already programming. Pigs to become Oregon producers of human organs, not pig organs. They've already demonstrated this in their in FDA trials beginning the trial process where they turn off the switch in a pig. So it doesn't grow an eyeball, and they insert cells human eyeball cells. And they set that switch, and so the pig actually grows a human eyeball or human pancreas or a human lung or a human liver. And then they use the pig, then because of the genetic similarities, etc. And harvested this stuff is amazing viruses that they're able to use to change the outcome that actually kill cancer. We've talked about that the car teeth therapy is one of many. There is a new company that has a brand new back pain surgery that actually works actually has super high efficacy to solve chronic low back pain. These things are all coming all of it. Harvesting the human micro Biomed to make people healthy again and fix their microbiome. It's all coming so much as much as the Republicans are, no. And the Democrats are saying Medicare for all there's a lot happening in the marketplace. They're going to change the face of medicine in the next couple of years. I opening to be here at the Minova somebody in Minneapolis. All right. Well, coming up in just a minute, Arianna Huffington stopped by the booth chat with her about sleep in. Maybe she'll be willing to touch a little bit on politics. Her book again is the sleep revolution. Transforming your life one night at a time. Ethan Bearman Keijo Joey ten four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten. Oh, eight ten and streaming online at K G, O radio dot com. Twenty-seven seven geo, and we have an.
"eleven percent" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Dropped eleven percent in early trading today after US regulators accused chief executive Elon Musk a fraud and sought to remove him from his role in charge of the company. Canada's economy grew by greater than expected zero point two percent July Statistics Canada data reported today. A development indicating another interest rate increase next month, just before close the Dow rose three to twenty six thousand four forty three the S and P five hundred fell one to twenty nine thirteen and the NASDAQ is flat had eighty forty to listen for final numbers in the five o'clock news block for a complimentary retirement review, coal investment group, the retirement specialists at two six two five two two four zero four zero. Milwaukee. This is the Mark Belling late afternoon. Shell. On news talk eleven thirty w I s. They. I can't help.
"eleven percent" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Dropped eleven percent in early trading today after US regulators accused chief executive Elon Musk a fraud and sought to remove him from Israel in charge of the company. Canada's economy grew by greater than expected zero point two percent in July Statistics Canada data reported today. A development indicating another interest rate increase next month, just before close the Dow rose three to twenty six thousand four forty three the S and P five hundred fell one to twenty nine th thirteen and the NASDAQ is flat at eighty forty to listen for final numbers in the five o'clock news block for a complimentary retirement review, coal investment group, the retirement specialists at two six two five to four zero four zero. Milwaukee. This is the Mark Belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty w I s said. They. I can't.
"eleven percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"News media percentage us adults who trust the information they get from the following a lot national news organizations among republicans it's eleven percent and it's gone down from fifteen percent a couple of years ago did you say the full question that they ask the percentage of us adults who trust the information they get from the national news organization trowel lot do trust the information you get from the national news organizations right oh what no absolutely not you're crazy well twentyseven percent of democrats said yes in two sixteen in two thousand seventeen it was thirty four percent do the national new gorge is that just the network suffered a dozen clued the cable news that'd be whatever you want to call it but well yeah cable yeah they're national and you're you're super supergiant newspapers too i think it is notable if you're a student of humanity that more than tripled the number of democrats trust what they hear in the national news organization i'm guessing it flips when there's a different president doubt media stays liberal the media was worshipful of barack obama oh no doubt there's not a news organization that i hear a story that surprises me at all that i don't like double check with other news organizations it's not it's not a single one shaded yeah yeah 'cause i think okay there's gotta be something missing here whatever so now there's nobody that i trust give me the whole story how about local news organizations what percentage of us adults.
"eleven percent" Discussed on KSRO
"Think how much money is in your pocket over these thirty years that wouldn't have been if you'd kept smoking it's crazy there's something that never interested me well that's so good for you charles how can i be of service to you well my wife and i are probably eight or nine years away for retirement from pretty away a lot of money to 401k but we've got this monkey on our back it's alone that we took out several years ago it's got eleven percent interest rate and i'm wondering if i should reduce my 401k contribution to the point of the match and aggressively pay this loan off to get rid of it possibly but let's talk about this what kind of loan is it this is a variable interest rate loans it started out at seven percents and now rates going up it's a long we took out a few years ago to help out my oldest daughter who is going through some issues and this this little regard decision not hers so we tried we are trying to help her out she doing better now i hope she's doing better on a better path i am so glad yes and she's so lucky to have had you end her life the you were able to step up and we're able to provide the help for to get back on our feet so good for you well we do what we can so now you're suffering consequences as you approach retirement from being there to bail out at that point so correct we'll talk about different scenarios are you a member of a credit union my wife is and we are participants in a credit union have have you at any point gone to the credit union and see if you can borrow money from them at a lower rate to pay off this eleven percent we have not but that would be an option we both have credit scores above eight hundred all right so we're getting to territory where maybe that would help you may even with a credit union be able to take out a credit card with them with how the balanced transfer offers there may be one that would take you down to a single digit back towards where you were before okay you also have the option potentially with credit scores you have.
"eleven percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Think how much money is in your pocket over these thirty years that wouldn't have been if you had kept smoking it's crazy something that never interested me well that's so good for you charles how can i be of service to you well my wife and i are probably eight or nine years away for retirement pretty away a lot of money to 401k but we've got this lucky on our back it's alone that we took out several years ago it's got eleven percent interest rate and i'm wondering if i should reduce my 401k contribution to the point of the match and aggressively pay this loan off to get rid of it possibly but let's talk about this what kind of loan is it this is a variable interest rate loans it started out at seven percents and now it's up to rates going out alone we took out a few years ago to help out my oldest daughter was going through issues and this so we tried we are trying to help her out she doing better now i hope she's doing better on a on a better path i am so glad yeah and she's so lucky to have had you in her life the you were able to step up and we're able to provide the help her to get back on her feet so good for you well we do what we can so now you're suffering consequences as you approach retirement from being there to bail her out at that point so correct we'll talk about different scenarios are you a member of a credit union my wife is and we are participants in a credit union have have you at any point gone to the credit union and see if you can borrow money from them at a lower rate to pay off this eleven percent we had not but that would be an option we both have credit scores above eight hundred all right so we're getting to territory where maybe that would help you may even with a credit union be able to take out a credit card with them with how they're the balance transfer offers there may be one that would take you down to a single digit back towards where you were before okay you also have the option potentially with credit scores you have of going on prosper dot com or.
"eleven percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Think how much money is in your pocket over these thirty years that wouldn't have been if you had kept smoking it's crazy something that never interested me well that's so good for you charles how can i be service to you well my wife and i are probably eight or nine years away from retirement i'm pretty away a lot of money to 401k but we've got this monkey on our back it's alone that we took out several years ago it's got eleven percent interest rate and i'm wondering if i should reduce my 401k contribution to the point of the match and aggressively pay this loan off to get rid of it possibly but let's talk about this what kind of loan is it this is a variable interest rate loans it started out of seven percents and now it's up to a race going out it's a we took out a few years ago to help out my oldest daughter who is going through some issues and this one was not hurt so we tried we are trying to help her out she doing better now i hope she's doing better on a better path i am so glad she's so lucky to have had you in her life the you were able to step up and we're able to provide the help for to get back on her feet so good for you well we do what we can so now you're suffering consequences as you approach retirement from being there to bail her out at that point so correct we'll talk about different scenarios are you a member of a credit union my wife is and we are participants in a credit union have you at any point gone to the credit union and see if you can borrow money from them at a lower rate to pay off this eleven percent we have not but that would be an option we both have credit scores above eight hundred all right so we're getting to territory where maybe that would help you may even with the credit union be able to take out a credit card with them with you know how they're the balanced transfer offers there may be one that would take you down to a single digit back towards where you were before okay you also have the option potentially with credit scores you have of going on prosper dot com or.
"eleven percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Think how much money is in your pocket over these thirty years that wouldn't have been if you had kept smoking it's crazy just something that never interested me well that's so good for you charles how can i be of service to you well my wife and i are probably eight or nine years away for retirement i'm pretty away a lot of money to 401k but we've got this monkey on our back it's alone that we took out several years ago got eleven percent interest rate and i'm wondering if i should reduce my 401k contribution to the point of the match and aggressively pay this loan off to get rid of it possibly but let's talk about this what kind of loan is it this is a variable interest rate loans to start out of seven percents and now it's up to a rival race going out it's a we took out a few years ago to help out my oldest daughter was going through some issues and this so we tried we are trying to help her out she doing better now i hope she's doing better she's on a on a better path i am so glad yeah and she's so lucky to have had you end her life the you were able to step up and we're able to provide the help her to get back on her feet so good for you well we do what we can so now you're suffering consequences as you approach retirement from being there to bail her out at that point so correct we'll talk about different scenarios are you a member of a credit union my wife is and we are participants in a credit union have have you at any point gone to the credit union and see if you can borrow money from them at a lower rate to pay off this eleven percent we have not but that would be an option with both have credit scores above eight hundred all right so we're getting to territory where maybe that would help you may even with the credit union be able to take out a credit card with them with how the balanced transfer offers there may be one that would take you down to a single digit back towards where you were before okay you also have the option potentially with credit scores you have of going on prosper dot com or wending club dot com are.
"eleven percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"This is show special it's so good mortgage stuff and by the way c n i during the break mathematics on this whole seventy two t thing that i got enduring another hour sort of went off on a tangent on buying a house for somebody's daughter and meeting one hundred grand and barring one hundred grand out of their house and during a seventy two t election and the only thing that'll be left fifteen years from now on the ira would be the balance of two hundred and fifty thousand they started with versus not doing any of that and is leading the two hundred and fifty thousand dollars well let's say seven percent well guess what if the house appreciates two and a half percent it's at worst arosh at worst a wash so now eleven percent on their money in the stock market nobody in their right mind is going on eleven percent on the stock market and go all stock from fifty to sixty five when that's all the money they added he's not going to happen they're going to be in a sixty forty mix whatever's balanced the council seven percents a reasonable thing this not to mention the fact that there's way more risk i think in investing in volatile assets like stocks after you've had this big run up even though houses and had a run up to but real estate tends to be a little tiny bit less volatile than the stock market so there's nothing wrong with using some strategy like a seventy.
"eleven percent" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Is languishing around eleven percent uh either total dominance their lowest opponents batting average highest strikeout rate of of anybody with his levels innings but nine hundred in three innings just is not a lot in the eyes of a hall of fame voter um and i think he's uh uh gone a long road ahead if he's gonna get the cooperstown you know i think we're gonna see mariana rivera get in uh next year uh lee smith probably via the the via the the today's game committee apple of years yeah and then that's going to be it for relievers for awhile yeah yeah edgar martinez some people just anti dh the hall of fame according to jaws he's he's on the borderline but looks like on the positive side of the border line i'm a i'm a yes on edgar uh do you think he's gonna get in next year yeah i do i think you know 70 percent this year when you look at the history of candidates you get to seventy percent still have eligibility remaining nineteen out of the twenty uh got in the next year uh the exception was jim bunning who went over to uh um but was eventually elected by the veterans committee i think you know people come around on edgar and i think there's generally kind of a herd mentality when players get to the seventy percent level there must you know it might be different for say a bonds or clemens when they get that close and i do think they will uh you know in terms of giving somebody the benefit of the doubt but i i do think you'll see voters say okay you know and that's what my peers have spoken i i don't want to be the guy who stands in the way of of somebody who we all feel was you know a great ambassador for the game last ej for for next year halliday and mariana rivera right there deadbolt locks i mean naziera as an easy lock i think holiday is probably uh uh uh a yes i think i i.
"eleven percent" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To now thirty seven percent and it's been a steady decline so in oh ate it dip down to forty one percent and then it dropped again a few years later to thirty nine percent and now is down to thirty seven percent so you can't just look at some of the recent controversies that people say has forced them or heads guess has david their enthusiasm for football it's not just this year this has been a steady decline but considering that more people so they don't have a favorite sport that kind of affects the numbers to it's still far and away the most popular spectator sport the united states eleven percent claim basketball nine percent say baseball its lowest point ever and in seven percent say soccer its highest point ever now listen to this among men and women forty two percent of men face football is their favorite sport to watch thirty two percent of women say football is their favorite sport to watch so the about that a third of women in the united states claim football as their favorite sport to watch you a woman or whatever it or whatever so you show when it's out there who think that football is a man's game or that your girlfriend your wife your mom your sister your daughter that they don't like football you might want to investigate will deeper open your mind without murdered if that ridiculous thirty two percent of women in this latest poll done by gallup claim football as their top sport to watch again far and away their most popular okay thirteen percent of women claim basketballers their favorite sport only nine percent of men they basketball is their favorite sport to watch 10 percent of men claim baseball eight percent of women say baseball and then this is i've of as it's fascinating to soccer which is the fourth highest rated support eight percent of women six percent of men the breakdown by ages believe it or not among men are noted out this is not gender this is just people now people ages eighteen to thirty four so you know civil any ills thirty percent of ages eighteen to thirty four claimed football only thirty percent eleven percent of them claim soccer but also 11 percent claim basketball and only six percent of them say baseball is their favorite sport to watch so the youngest age group that was polled eighteen to thirty four which by the way is the most coveted.
"eleven percent" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"How how they how they approach at hawk addition 'cause they didn't go all in at once they initially bought a third and then they just recently up their stake to seventy five percent so the kind of were dipping their toes in the water they weren't going all in with anything and i think if they had acquired all of twitter that nina that leaves a lot of room for air shares of shop very much room for years are enough room of shares of shove a five down eleven percent today citron research came out to say a couple of things including that citron is shorting the stock the called shop to find the canadian ecommerce company a get rich quick scheme said it was worse than herbal life at searches that's a strong statement yes yes as someone who has watched on a couple of occasions the excellent documentary betting on zero which is about herbal life i i was i was stunned by this yes yeah this really came out of nowhere and citron they they get some stuff right like they they have gone after three d systems valiant pharmaceuticals gopro in those turned out to be good short calls uh they've also gone after ubiquity networks lately which seems a little bit question will me yeah i i invidia was another one earlier this year that they went after so i i take everything that comes out from citron early any short seller with a grain of salt because the they they certainly have an agenda and i wouldn't let a report from a short seller necessarily deter my investing thesis because oftentimes a short seller we'll have a shorter time horizon no pun intended and and you can still.
"eleven percent" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"National anthem now what we've been talking about for at least an hour jeff i making thirty two thousand dollars a year i got a dry from cape cod to boston and i'm barely making ends meet jeff combined income were making one and 1500 and twenty thousand dollars we got three four kids were almost broke in other words here we are the the fans who pay the tickets who watched them on television who by their jerseys who lined their pockets and we are barely struggling to make ends meet okay we're barely making ends meet and these guys who are making ten fifteen dean twenty twenty five million dollars a year who are getting rich off of us you can't even stand up and show respect for the flag and the anthem in other words show respect for us the fans who make you rich are you frequent kidding me so now that these protests are blowing up in the nfl's face with fans now saying they will boycott the patriots are boycott their home team that there are no longer watching television in fact the nielsen ratings have just come out listen to this they're down eleven percent the the tv ratings are down eleven percent and i think it's gonna get even worse trump again told the nfl you guys continued a thumb your nose at the flag psalm your nose at the american people your business model it's not gonna work it britain i think the nfl identify i think they're really bad you look at what's happening with their rating if you look at what's going through the only thing everybody wants to see what's going on the nfl is it a very bad you cannot.