35 Burst results for "Fifty Seven Percent"
Jazz rout Trail Blazers for 23rd straight home victory
"Donovan Mitchell scored thirty seven points to lead the jazz to their twenty third straight home victory one twenty two one of three over the trail Blazers we go there had eighteen points in twenty one rebounds for the jazz who won the battle of the boards fifty eight forty one lost napping at two game skid for the most part of the game you know everyone was not very active in the the guys did a great job helping us you know on a on a defensive boards it's a one on a twenty five four run over a six minute stretch to take a ninety three seventy to lead the jazz finished with forty points in the third period on fifty seven percent shooting Damian Lillard scored twenty three points and CJ McCollum added nineteen to lead the trailblazers who lost for the third time in four games I'm Dave Ferrie
Clinical trials underway to test jab efficacy for children in the UK
"Some queued for hours outside wall substitute library for walk. In short of the coluna virus vaccine. Three thousand jobs were given here during the day earlier. This week it was announced that fifty seven percent of all adults in the uk been given at least one shot but now could the nation's children also joining the lines. Trials are apparently on the way. Our deputy political editor. Nicholas cecil has stored nicholas. How young are we talking about here. Well at the moment scientists and health experts in bristol. The building children's vaccine said they have a study underway involving children who are teenagers. And this is a study using the astra zeneca jab. They're expecting shortly to be given the go ahead to start recruiting younger children as young as five and the reason why they're doing these trials is that so far all. The clinical trials have been adults to check that the vaccine was safe and worked in adults. And now they're checking out with it. It'd be equally safe and effective for for for children for people under eighteen benegas. Do we need to give children a virus facts. Because i thought you know the whole point of them. Going back to school was because young people don't get the serious effects of covid nineteen if the contract. This is a very interesting ethical question children as you say if they do get grown virus they are very unlikely to get the disease severely. But there's a big issue here of nuts about the circulation of the virus so this study will look at whether the vaccine works in children and then the the experts expect decision by the government in the summer about whether to start vaccinating children and professor. Adam finn who's from bristol university one of the leading experts on this. He was explaining that to vaccinate children just for the benefit of other people that that could be questionable and he would feel uncomfortable about that but he explained that actually if vaccinating children meant that the disease was kept under control and that meant that schools could reopen safely in september then there would be a benefit to children and therefore actually giving the jabs to children we would be beneficial only to them but also society
Women Could Be Aided by Biden's 'Caregiving Economy' Investment
"President biden is set to start unveiling his proposed multi trillion dollar package this week. We'll certainly hear about big projects like infrastructure. But he's also looking to include investment in child and elder care needs. His administration sees these issues as barriers for women in the workplace particularly during the pandemic. This is a topic are white house. Reporter catherine lucy has been following and she joins me from washington. Catherine good to have you here. Great to be here catherine. Let's set the stage here. What do the numbers show about. How women have fared in the workforce over the past year. We'll be no as it. Millions of women have left the workforce during the pandemic and for many that has been ju at least in part the pressures of child care and handling remote schooling. An analysis of government data from the national women's law center showed that women's participation in the labor force us slipped to fifty seven percent which is the lowest it been since nineteen eighty eight and overall more than two point. Three million women have dropped out of the labor force during the pandemic. that's compared with one point. Eight million men and so as part of his economic proposal president biden is expected to address what he calls the caregiving economy. Can you explain what he means by that. That's right mark a what we're expecting to hear from the president. You know in the coming weeks as he talks about a big multi trillion dollar investment economic investment. Is it a piece of that is going to be in child. Care and elder care needs now. His administration thinks of this as quote the caregiving economy. And they see these investments as important as investing in things like roads and bridges. They see these. As need for families particularly for women that caregiving concerns have been a real barrier for women in the workforce particularly during the pandemic. And that's been particularly true. For low income and minority women
Mobley Bros. lead No. 6 seed USC to 85-51 rout of Kansas
"So the cows eighty five fifty one dismantling the third seed Kansas gives the pac twelve four teams in the Sweet Sixteen as a a mobile hit four three pointers and scored seventeen points and everyone contributed tonight on whether showed up on the stat sheet or not and that's the reason we won by a margin that we did against such a great diversity to school I cans they are great players all American Big Brother Evan added ten points and thirteen boards as a a white had thirteen points for the Trojans who more than doubled the worst margin of defeat for the J. hawks in forty nine trips to the NC double a tournament USC finished eleven of eighteen from beyond the arc shot fifty seven percent from the field overall and nearly doubled up the J. hawks on the glass markets Garrett had fifteen points for Kansas I'm Dave Ferrie
Deutsche Bank Is Still Hot for Apple Shares
"Deutsche. Bank is still hot for apple. Shares tip ranks has deutsche bank analyst sydney ho issuing a note offering iphone numbers about which i do not care. Okay that's not true. The numbers are interesting and notable. Though the part i find most interesting is his news around apple retail about half of apple store. Customers have come back like physically. According to mr ho wall store traffic bottomed out. In the spring of twenty twenty it has improved sense and is now at about forty percent of fifty percent of the volume seen pre pandemic. It's like the reverse of that. Nature is healing thing as for iphone. Those numbers are relatively consistent. In fact those are his words tip. Rank says since the pandemic's onset the iphone share of the us installed base and length of smartphone ownership has remained in hose words relatively consistent when looking to make a smartphone purchase. The beat goes on to say fifty seven percent of iphone users and tend to get the latest model just below the fifty nine percent. Who plan to do so. In december of twenty nineteen storage wise lesser inclined to get five hundred twelve gigabyte models the highest amount of bailable although sixty four gigabytes appears to be insufficient to most since december twenty nineteen consumers. Buying sixty four gigabyte models have dropped from percent to eight percent while in the same period those purchasing one hundred twenty eight gigabyte models grew from twelve percent to twenty four percent. Sounds like a better asap to me as for the five g super cycle. Ho doesn't seem to think it's here yet. Quoting his note. The launch of five g smartphones does not seem to have significantly change the length of smartphone ownership both iphone and other although we do expect a refresh cycle to accelerate when five g. infrastructure is more built out. Deutsche bank has by reading on apple shares. the firm's price target on the shares is one hundred sixty dollars
White House Says Vaccine Supply Is Increasing
"The end of july. That's when the white house says there will be enough vaccines for every american white house. Covid nineteen response coordinator jeff science. We've acted aggressively to increase the vaccine supply. Yesterday we announced another increase in the weekly allocations of vaccine doses to states tribes and territories from eleven million doses last week to thirteen point five million doses this week. That's an increase in vaccine allocations of fifty seven percent during the first four weeks of the biden harris administration in addition we're doubling the weekly vaccine supply local pharmacies from one million to two million doses. And thanks the president's leadership we're on track to have enough vaccine supply for three hundred million americans by the end of july
Young scores 40, Hawks end skid, slip by Celtics 122-114
"The hawks four game skid is over after Trae young supplied forty points and eight assists in a one twenty two one fourteen victory over the Celtics Clint capella finished with twenty four points and thirteen rebounds to help Atlanta beat Boston for the first time in a game since April two thousand eighteen the hawks shot a season high fifty seven percent from the field they took a ninety eighty one lead into the fourth quarter Boston cut it to ninety four ninety one but it landed responded with an eighty two run to get it back up to one oh two ninety three with six and a half minutes left Jayson Tatum at thirty five point in the Celtics fifth loss in seven games I'm Dave very
Biden administration increasing vaccine supplies
"The by the administration says severe weather across parts of the nation will likely delay covert nineteen vaccine shipments and deliveries among the areas hit hard by bad weather at Louisville and Memphis home of U. P. S. and fed ex facilities that are vaccine shipping hubs for many states the CDC and other agencies are working to help offset potential delivery delays and cancellations even as the severe weather hit the White House was separately announcing a boost in vaccine supplies for states to thirteen point five million doses per week with spokeswoman Jen Psaki saying it's a fifty seven percent increase since president Biden took office nearly a month ago she says the administration will also double the dose is seven per week to pharmacies nationwide some two million Sager mag ani Washington
A Third COVID Vaccine is Poised to Enter the U.S. Market
"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this tuesday february night twenty. Three million americans have already rolled up their sleeves to receive at least the initial dose of either the pfizer vaccine or the moderna vaccine designed to prevent covid nineteen. Well now a third vaccine is on track to enter the us market. Johnson and johnson's corona virus vaccine just wrapped up a long-awaited trial and hopes to clear. Fda authorization by the middle of this month. The lure of johnson and johnson's vaccine is that unlike modera advisor it can be delivered in one shot that make distribution simpler with no need to follow up with a second dose. It's also relatively inexpensive compared to the others and while moderna advisors vaccines have to be stored at just the right temperature. Well below freezing. Johnson and johnson's doesn't have those stringent requirements for storage. It can stay viable in just a refrigerator for around three months. That means the vaccine will play a big role globally because it's easier to distribute to low and middle income countries. According to the new york times but the results of johnson and johnson's trial were a bit disappointing. At least at first glance trial results indicated that it was seventy two percent effective at preventing moderate to severe symptoms of covid in the us. That number is sufficiently lower than modern and pfizer's overall efficiency rates of around ninety four percent and johnson and johnson's rate drops to sixty six percent in latin american countries and to fifty seven percent in south africa which is dealing with a variant strain of the virus. But don't let those lower numbers food you scientists and immunologists say that johnson and johnson's vaccine is still extremely effective and researchers have warned that you shouldn't compare the effectiveness of the three vaccines because they were all developed and tested at different periods of kovic evolution. Dr william shafter an infectious disease expert at vanderbilt told the new york times that pfizer and moderna had an advantage because those companies did their clinical trials before the variant strains emerged. He said quote. Johnson and johnson was testing. Its vaccine not only against the standard strain but they had the variants now in a perfect world. Consumers might get a choice of which of these vaccines they'd like to receive but that would only be possible if there were enough doses of all three and right now. That's just not the case in early january. The new york times reported that the us only had one hundred eighty five million doses of pfizer and moderna vaccines to cover americans through june and at the same time doses that were produced quickly now risk expiring before they can get into the arms of those who need them. Johnson and johnson says that if they're vaccine is approved they can produce around one hundred million doses of their
More needles in the haystack: vaccine candidates proliferate
"Just as soon as it became clear that a novel virus outbreak in china was going to become a global concern. It became clear that the world would need a vaccine in those early days that seemed impossibly distant vaccines often take the better part of a decade to develop and test now just a year on and several are already approved in many jurisdictions then in the space of a day last week encouraging results from two more but in the intervening year. The garona virus has done. What all viruses do. It's mutated and that as a complicating factor to an already complicated global. Rollout out so that you've seen quite exciting. The first is from novak's an american company and the second is from johnson which is belgium. But it's part of johnson and johnson also condruct company. Slovenia jong is our healthcare correspondent. There almost completely effective against the worst cases of covid nineteen. They're also easy to star in regular fridges. Which makes them. Very easy to distribute more widely than the vaccines. We already have approved but they also have some key differences. Okay let's take them in turn. What is the the nova vaccine. So the novak's vaccine is made of a lab made version of the spike protein which is part of the virus so immune system would recognize the and that's how develop immunity against the virus itself. It's a more traditional method vaccine making then the modern in pfizer vaccines which are already being used around the world and the number of vaccine was tested in britain and in south africa in britain it was almost ninety percent effective against symptomatic covid. Nineteen given into shots. Twenty one days. Apart in south africa it was only around fifty to sixty percent effective. Okay and The vaccine the vaccine was also tested in several countries. America south africa and latin america. The youngson vaccine is made out of the pike protein of the virus which is deliberate by virus. That's how it gets into your body. Virus is harmless but your immune system recognizes it. That's how you develop immunity crucially. It's a vaccine now. The results on efficacy are also very encouraging. The vaccine reduced mother of the severe cases of covid nineteen by seventy two percent in america but in south africa. The effectiveness wells also much lower. Same as the novel vaccine. It was just around fifty seven percent. This being said comparing scenes is very tricky because the trials have been conducted at different times so during the and pfizer vaccines when those results came out the variants that we have now weren't circulating widely nonetheless all the vaccines are highly effective in preventing hospitalization and death. And that's the most important thing to keep in mind but both of these vaccines in the trials in south africa. Were less effective suggesting that the that both of them are less effective against the south african variants of the virus. Yes that's right. There are less effective but not ineffective if is around fifty sixty percent which is reasonably good. Say this was to be expected. Because laboratory tests for the and the pfizer vaccines have also hinted that they may be less effective against the variant from south africa. But this will not be the last variance we keep seeing new variants emerging around the world. There may be some that are already here. But they're not detective because not enough sequencing happens in most countries so this is different something that we should be prepared for. But how worrisome is that there is already a very into that is that is sort of unpicking. The efficacy of some of these vaccines mean. This is something that we have to live with. Mutations will continue to evolve and we'll see more like those that vaccines are less effective against several vaccine makers are already working on modified jabs targeting the mutations so we'll see is probably something similar to what we have with the seasonal flu vaccines you get a shot. Every year which is customized circulating strains of the virus. The problem is that with the flu. There are systems around the world that have been set up to track those viruses. lead systems. Are well running. They've been around for decades so vaccine manufacturers no every year which trains to put in the vaccine there is no such system for covid nineteen america and some other countries are setting up variant surveillance. But this is not a global effort which means that we may have very ends emerging around the world for which the existing vaccines are less effective. And we don't know about that and what about in the meantime the existence of these potential new vaccines that seem to be effective and the potential for these various. How does that change the kind of global roll out plans for what we do have and do know eastern you. Vaccines are excellent news because we have a shortage right now of vaccines globally and even in the countries that have the most supplies for the moment. Novak's has promised to deliver about chew billion doses of this year. Half of that will be made in. India johnson johnson also think that they can make a billion doses. This here half of that is going to go to kovacs which is a global facility that will supply vaccines to developing countries. So these vaccines are particularly good news for poorer countries. Because they're easier to store and distribute the johnson and johnson is just a single shot which gives it the massive advantage but of course the country has purchased the vaccine to be delivered and as we can see production. Doesn't always run on schedule. We saw that in in the tussle for vaccine is between the eu and britain. For the astra zeneca shots and then of course getting the vaccine into people's arms also presents. Its own challenges. As we can see particularly in europe and in the us as well sign extend the distribution is often tied up in bureaucracy or logistical challenges on the ground or even in some cases people not wanting the vaccine. Do you think should have taken in total that that essentially this grand will get ahead of the virus before the virus gets ahead of humans efforts. I think we've already made tremendous progress. I mean if you think a year on goal we couldn't even dream of having a vaccine so quickly and now we have at least five vaccines tested in large scale. Proper clinical trials which are vastly effective. I mean they're almost completely effective against hospitalization and death. There are some which are also doing clinical trials so we may see in the coming weeks months more successful. Clinical trials being announced the west production of all these vaccines gets going in the next couple of months. Supplies will be steady. So i think that by the end of this year things will look much much better. Thanks very much for joining us. La thank you jason.
Nets don't miss rested Durant in 147-125 win over Thunder
"The nets did need Kevin Durant in a one forty seven one twenty five rather the thunder James harden Kyra Irving each delivered twenty five points for the nets who shot fifty seven percent and reached a season high for points ball moving on we were active on both ends of the floor close up of usual game plan and we executed almost or ball harden Irving carried the offensive load while Durant was given the night off as coach Steve Nash tries to wrest the league's number two scorer Brooklyn was never threatened after opening the second quarter on a channel run that made it forty six twenty seven teenage rookie feel mallet on dropped in twenty four points and was perfect on six shots from three point range for the thunder I'm Dave Ferrie
Lilly: Drug can prevent COVID-19 illness in nursing homes
"There is promising new information on a code nineteen treatment this is the first major study of Eli Lilly's cove in nineteen antibody drug treatment and those in nursing homes in November the FDA allowed emergency use of the liabilities antibody drug as a treatment for mild or moderate cases of cove it nineteen it's a one time treatment is given through an IV the company says among nursing home residents who got the drug their risk was reduced by as much as eighty percent residents and staff who got the drug had up to a fifty seven percent lower risk of getting covert nineteen nursing homes and other long term care facilities have been hit hard by the pandemic the account for nearly forty percent of the deaths I'm Rita Foley
Heat go on 20-0 run, roll past Thunder 118-90
"Kelly a Lennix drained five three pointers on his way to nineteen points and bam Adebayo had a game high twenty on nine for ten shooting in the heats one eighteen ninety route of the funder Jimmy Butler scored eighteen points for Miami which used to twenty third quarter run to turn what was a four point game into a runaway my confidence is always high I think my gosh comets higher as well you know it's you know we can become that we will become home but we just got to get better every day does this thing is all about a link supplied eleven points to the spurt including three treys the chat fifty seven percent continue to alternate wins and losses through six games J. gorgeous Alexander scored eighteen points for the thunder who trailed by as many as thirty five I'm Dave Ferrie
Boeing 737 Max Returns
"Look a big part of not only today but over the next several weeks and months will be the reception of the flying public to the 737 mets. How comfortable are they getting back on board yesterday. Ipsos reuters released a poll where they talked with travelers in a couple of interesting things here. First of all just thirty. Seven percent of those questioned were familiar with the two crashes involving the seven thirty seven minutes one in late two thousand eighteen another one in early two thousand nineteen people who were questioned fifty seven percent when asked about the max understanding all the issues that have taken place over the last year and a half two years. They say they're unlikely to find the plane. Thirty seven percent. Say they're willing to find the max but they wanna wait a while they wanna give it six months when it's in service when they don't feel like there any potential issues that might pop up for american airlines. Getting people comfortable starts today now. They're going to be flying. The max daily between new york and miami this first flight going up to laguardia. It's about half full coming back later. Today it's almost completely full. They have twenty four seven thirty-seven max. They're gonna feather into the schedule in the first half of this year. Did you take a look at shares of american airlines all of the airline stocks moving a little bit higher. Not necessarily just because of the max coming back in service but a number of other issues regarding the stimulus package being passed and the belief that perhaps will be coming out of the pandemic soon. We've talked about this. For some time boeing lost a lot of orders this year for the 737 macs more than a thousand were taken off the books but they have logged ninety eight. Max orders this month. Guy so for boeing. The hope is that this is the beginning of turning the page. More completely with the max in terms of starting to fill out the production schedule over twenty twenty one and then into twenty twenty two
Dollar General Earnings Beat Expectations
"Quarter. Were up fourteen percent and yet shares of dollar general down a little bit. And i'm i'm assuming dollar. General has now entered the category of stocks that when they come out with really good earnings and really good results. the market says that's not going to cut it. This is this is really good but we were looking for even better than this. Yeah i feel like there are a lot of companies are now and that good but not quite good enough stage. I think one of the problems of dollar general is they don't have guidance. They aren't updating their guidance. But like you said revenue was really strong was up seventeen point three percent there net net income and operating income or both up fifty seven percent. I didn't know how many stores dollar general has it has over sixteen thousand seven hundred stores and in twenty nineteen at brought in almost twenty eight billion dollars in sales and i feel like a lot of times especially right now during the coronavirus pandemic. We're talking about all of this shift to online shopping but dollar general. I think is proof. That retail isn't going away brick and mortar retail. They had like you said those same store sales up there was a rise in transaction amount which offset that lower customer traffic and their store foot traffic was up twenty one percent the saturday before black friday and even up a little bit less than one percent on black friday so it's still doing really well in a physical retail space. Which i think is not something that we talk about that much during right now during current times. Let me go back to the guidance for a second. Because i'm curious where you think we're going with companies issuing guidance early in the pandemic pretty much every company said we're not offering guidance and every one of us said we get it we who could possibly provide meaningful thoughtful informed guidance and environment like this. Do you think at some point. In two thousand and twenty one. We're going to see the pendulum. Swing shift back to the point. Where i don't wanna say punished because i you know look dollar general. That stock is up more than thirty five percent year to date even with the slight pullback that we're seeing that so it's not like the stock is getting hammered. But i'm wondering if you think there's gonna come a point. In two thousand and twenty one where companies do analysts collectively start to a ding companies. A little bit more for not offering guidance. Do you think it becomes. We get to a point where it's like. No you don't have an excuse. You should be offering guidance. I guess it depends on how long until there are some semblance of normalcy. Returned right if you know the vaccine happens in the next couple of months people are anticipating that and then people are going back to work. I do think it'll be interesting in terms of compatibles right so you will see companies on both the positive and the negative so zoom twenty twenty. One what is their quarter going to be. What will that revenue guidance be vs a place like target was saying well now same store sales can kind of bounce back or a restaurant or something so i think the comparables are going to be really hard throughout twenty twenty one and maybe even into twenty twenty two. It's also going to be interesting to see what
Nvidia's Graphics Cards Drive Growth
"Let's talk about invidia guys and video. In the news this is a huge story. from venturebeat and the headline is and videos. Q3 revenues rise fifty seven percent to four point seven three billion as gaming and data center. Stay strong huge numbers And a huge sort of just increase in revenue given the size of invidious business. Right this is not like a small startup that has grown fifty seven percent The article goes on and talks about earnings per share and things like that But basically the thrust of it is gaming and their new. gp's used their new graphics. Cards drove much of this growth. That basically they're they can't keep anything in stock they continue to be out of stock This surprising for anyone. This story is i. it's quite pod like they're bigger than intel right now from a market cap. I was staggered by like normally when you see fifty seven percent growth. It's like three million dollars face or like this is like a billion dollar base at. It's you know what stunned me about. This story is not that their business had improved. Because obviously there are a lot of factors that would lead you to think they would have another strong quarter. It's that it had capacity to improve this much right like i. i would have told you that. A billion dollars the business. It would like there. Wasn't this much headroom to add to this. But i think it does show look one is interesting. That data centers are a piece of this results. Right we can't say this is entirely gaming driven so we do call up fundamentally. I think it's next generation cards and consumer adaptiveness in this environment. Like it's unbelievable how much that's proven to be corporate results. I just unbelievable to me. Lindsay are you. Are you surprised at all. I mean i don. I don't know how much you followed the hardware market or has anyone been trying to buy an nvidia graphics card over the last like two months but in some ways the user experience has been very telling like in probably could have predicted the stock price increase. Yes so i'm invidia has actually been in the news as a chipmaker completely. Different reason in the policy world in a not so good ones are gonna glaze right over that i have to be the news good ball but no as someone who has been looking at graphics cards seeing that they're completely sold out everything and just the fact that the home pc market i think has grown since coronavirus i. It's not surprising at all in videos. The top dog and they also just acquired when someone starts with an a. Dna acquire the other chipmaker. This i think they were talking about buying arm. I don't know if the deal is done. Arm arm makes is like a cpu or chip architecture Which is interesting because the there may be. You know if nvidia gets into sort of the cpu market or at least like a total system on a chip kind of solution where you have cpu and gp one same silicon. That could be interesting like And especially also because apple is now producing laptops with their own arm based yet so it seems they can do no wrong and if you look at the stock price it seems like they can do no wrong. We're where does nvidia end up. William in your mind like two or three or five from now like even continue this kind of gross well it. It's a challenge. Because this is you know it's not partly it's just. It's just a cycle in the chip business. And you do well like when it's almost like there's console cycles and console sales spike in those years chip cycles so i do think it's. It's not like they're going to sustain this result. Quarter to quarter right like. It's not like this. There is gonna be a tail off. It's natural. I think navidi is even messaging that right now. Like hey guys you know. Don't don't expect results desist. But i do think that for nydia. The path forward is through something like the arm. Acquisition right like the way for them to sustain this level of growth and success is basically to position themselves as the like the v. computing company. That's it. They have to be a solution where they start looking at more integrated software solutions more like expand their category of products right and they have to really be entering across the hardware market and my prediction for sort of new video on the back of these results as they have the resources in the success. I expect you see them. Moving into other types of chips in development. And i wouldn't even be surprised to see to be moving into actual or some types of actual hardware production like beyond the what they do already. Yeah they do. They do but expand expanding that like expanding our hardware lights more
Las Vegas Raiders face 'daunting task' with COVID-19 issues ahead of game vs. Kansas City Chiefs
"Kid city chiefs at eight point favorite leg. I said we'll get to that in a second on the road against the vegas raiders on this game. Fifty six and a half. We will have. John cheering on later. I'm sure he'll be able to explain whether slightly above the market pain. i have to believe. That's all covid related to be quite honest. The raiders defense in the contact tracing protocol. We're not quite sure. If i'm going to have to get called up to play safety and let me tell you my foot speed not enough to slow down tyreek hill and open spaces really wouldn't say i mean i might try and slew coming off the line. That'd be my only shot. so listen. I the raiders offensive game plan back in week five was good. Obviously but the halftime adjustments that. Paul guenther in the raiders. Defensively really is what i think won them the game. It's really what gave the chiefs offense trouble. You really hadn't seen that from the chiefs offense before during this. Patty mahomes like run especially against the defense of that caliber. You go back to week. Five in the second half. Kansas city was successful. Only twenty one percent of their snaps. One point to carry twenty eight percent success rate through their moms is pressured. A ton the raiders. Were able to do something in that game. They hadn't been able to do most of the season which is get pressure vegas. Twenty six on the season pass rush win rate and then obviously after a few good games. Recently where the raiders have been able to apply some pressure to quarterbacks. They've surged to an average defense in pressuring the week. Five game if you look at some of these numbers. Mahomes was pressured on forty. Seven percent of total dropbacks specifically from eleven personnel. Were kansas city. Essentially lives seventy three percent of the time moms pressured on fifty seven percent of those three wide sets. I would envision off the bye with the little extra motivation of not. Just losing to the raiders but but kansas city not being really happy about gruden and the gang taken victory laps around the the stadium there drivers using using the loudspeaker thereafter the week. Five win that Andy reid is probably gonna come with a pretty good game plan here and you know past the success that andy. Reid is hat off the bye. You mentioned this. The raiders are are probably going to be without a few key defenders but You know another handful of defensive players are going to miss practice all week due to this contact tracing. It's probably isn't the offense that you wanna face short handed in in pissed off and not having practiced to four. I would think. I also believe we'll probably see a little more play action for mandatory. You know patty mahomes in the chiefs past game will probably fair little bit. Better here with play action. Especially if if the pressure starts to barrel down. I would also think that it's worth mentioning that three chiefs offensive lineman or on the cova the list it's believed to be contact tracing but we'll have to see this certainly make this game a little bit different. If if all three of those offensive lineman are out. You also expect sammy. Watkins to return in this game us a full practice participant on wednesday so he should be a full ghost that they're gonna have their their complement of weapons out there. The number in this thing is is really interesting. But i think that this tougher makes a lot of sense. I i just don't see. Kansas city's offense not bouncing back here in a major way talk. i mean. They're playing with a chip on their shoulder. Which is always dangerous to begin with. We've seen their passing offense. That was more a work in progress. Probably the nicest way to put it early on in the season and no doubt that was by design. Get on track with mahomes during for more than eight hundred yards the last two games when you look at the way. Mahomes performed against the raiders. Fifteen total touchdowns just two interceptions one of them of course coming earlier this year the chiefs loss as a double digit home favor and i think it's pretty staggering to know what costs kansas city. That game is the fact that hey look. They finished a net negative minus sixty four in terms of rushing yards. The raiders held the ball for nearly eleven minutes longer and kansas city knows that they can hit the home runs. That are widely available. If they keep mahomes operate i think. The raiders passing defenses. You mention it may trending in the right direction. There's no doubt a lot of optimism out here around the raiders especially on the defensive side of the ball. This is a different beast that they're going to try and counter and with sammy watkins back amongst others. I just don't know where the raiders consistently find a way to get off the field. I agree with that. And i get it. You have to young corners in trayvon mullin in our net and people are thinking to themselves like. Hey we're trending in the right direction. We're starting to get some pressure. Would you look you play at the browns. The total is suppressed because of weather and wind. You're at the chargers. It's likely a a lost game. If two guys can hold onto football on the back corner fate and then the broncos last week and drew lock was clearly injured after taking a hit in the second quarter but you could have been trailing at halftime in that game so listen. I think the raiders are better than we all expected. You look at who they've lost to. It's it's the bills box and patriots. All pretty good teams obviously bucks in bills being very good patriots. You know with bill tough spot. There is well off the monday night game traveling across the country. So i get the by of the raiders. I just need to see more defensively to believe it's real and so that that's kind of where i'm out on that unit. I fully expect kansas city to do some good things here. Offensively
Biden leads Trump by 8 points nationally: poll
"He may have the enthusiasm, but president trump doesn't have the edge heading into the election that's according to the latest National Fox News poll the latest Fox News poll puts Joe Biden, and ahead, of president, trump by eight points fifty, two to forty, four percent that is two points tighter than things weren't early October though not as tight as they weren't September, the president is preferred by. White men, rural voters, and Evangelical but by smaller margins than twenty, sixteen Biden. Is favored most notably by suburban women, black voters, and those under thirty seniors favor Biden by ten points independence by them by twenty two points. Now, just fifty seven percent of Biden supporters said they were voting for their candidate forty percent said they were voting against the president but eighty percent of trump supporters. said they were voting for their candidate
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"System is operating this morning the strike ended after both the workers union and Transdev the contractor that operates the connector for Fairfax county agreed to re open negotiations the union is reserve the right to walk out again of those talks fail a separate strike by metro bus workers against the same contractor is now in its seventh week I trial scheduled to begin this week for a white man charged with a hate crime in the fatal stabbing of a black college student on the university of Maryland campus prince George's county prosecutors will argue Sean Urbanski killed Richard Collins the third because he was biased against black people they say your band ski like the Facebook group called all right nation and had at least six photos of races memes on his phone defense attorneys say there's no evidence of a racist motive for what occurred at a bus stop that night in may of twenty seventeen Maria leaf on WMAL and WMAL dot com attorneys will be in federal court rooms in DC and Richmond this week continuing the battle over whether president trump is illegally profiting through his hotel properties the case is resolved over whether the president needs congressional approval before he does business with foreign governments and weather is DC hotel has an unfair advantage booking rooms to governments looking to curry favor with the president that latter point may be moot according to The Washington Post the trump hotel has been running at fifty seven percent capacity this year lagging other hotels that are averaging around seventy five percent more than one point eight million garland reads that'll soon decorate the graves of fallen soldiers at Arlington cemetery and others is leaving main this morning on a convoy headed this way of making a number for the Baltimore or Washington DC metro area and it all culminates on Saturday December fourteenth with our national wreath across America day Kyle through this with Chevrolet which is providing the trucks for the convoy more than a quarter million reads will be placed at graves at Arlington this year when Virginia Democrats take over the General Assembly in January they'll start knocking items off their bucket lists it's a five cent tax on single use plastic and paper bags from the grocery store the could soon be long across the Commonwealth there's a great deal more openness to support for the environment Virginia state senator Adam Evan who represents parts of Arlington Alexandria says the tax on grocery bags would also at least save money come from our water processing plant which internet constant process in fact there's similar measures are already in place in DC Montgomery County and just passed in Howard County barber brick WMAL and WMAL dot com checking your money that will open to twenty eight thousand fifteen the nasdaq eighty six fifty seven in sports sorry Redskins this isn't your year the red skins formally eliminated from the playoffs as they fall to the Packers twenty to fifteen in Green Bay the ravens clinch a playoff berth with a twenty four seventeen win over the bills Sunday night football the rams over the sea hawks NBA the wizards fall to the.
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Guess what the subject becomes. The subject changes from illegal immigration and the wall and border security, and the fact that we're being overrun to once again, President Trump shut down as he attempted to act outside the bounds of his legal authority. And the left and the media was doing cartwheels and cheers over the fact that the court finally reigned in this of control guy who's so unpopular. He can't even get congress. Do agree with him on reopening the government. I can I can see all of this now. I can envision and and hear all of it. Now. Why are we wait? And it's it's got to be momentary there other things here in the stack of stuff. That have nothing to do with the F B I raid of Roger stone's. Okay. Twenty nine agents nineteen vehicles heavily armed body. Armor for a guy who was asleep. They didn't put up any barricades to keep the media at bay. They let the media practically get as close to the front door is they wanted to get. So the whole thing was planned and staged anyway, there's a story here. The Washington Times headline most Americans unwilling to spend ten dollars per month to fight climate change. Most Americans are willing to chip in a dollar every month to help fight climate change. But they draw the line at ten dollars. This is an AP survey. Found that fifty seven percent of Americans would vote for a one dollar fee added to their monthly electricity Bill the combat climate change. But only twenty eight percent would agree to pay an additional ten dollars per month. So you know, what this means this is not just a bunch of people in the media trying to take the temperature of people where they stand on climate change. They're looking for the sweet spot. They already decided that they're going to add to your electricity. Bill that's already been decided. They can't answer the phone Bill because you're already paying for stuff on the phone Bill. You have no idea. Do you realize you're still paying for farmers to have long distance phone service, and you're paying for farmers to have internet access? You're paying for rural access to rotary phone lines. You're paying for rural access to touch dial phone you're paying for rural access to the internet all these hidden little fees. Now, they're going to add this to your electricity. Bill said this looking for the sweet spot now. You won't pay ten, but you will pay one. So would you pay five? So by hook or crook. Whether you agree to it or not they're gonna find a way to make you pay. For the destruction of this planet that you have furthered. It's time to make us all pay for the damage that we have caused. They're upset that you won't pay ten, but they're happy that you will pay. One by the way, the president is preparing the language the draft of the implementation of a national emergency. And they have identified seven billion dollars that they have found elsewhere in the government to to build the wall. So I mean, it's on the table. And they're thinking about it. Obviously somebody just strode to the microphone there at the podium, maybe giving the ninety seconds or two minute warning. So the drive bys can tell their headshot people wrap it up here and get ready for the president to. Show up. St Louis to we have all there's a fascinating piece here that I ran across about Pelosi in the state of the union, and why she really is not permitting it, and we address this last week. That. These freshmen. On the democrat side are gonna make a spectacle of this. They may come in with banners. They may wear outlandish clothing. They may start chanting and protesting during the state of the union, and the story is that Pelosi is fully aware of how out of control these young millennial members of congress are and she does not want that spectacle. This is the theory. That it's not Pelosi denying the president is constitutional requirement to do the state of the union is that she doesn't want. Her own party looking bad by disrupting the ceremony because it does have a tradition of reverence politeness. There are never active protests. Closest we got to it. Was when a Republican congressman shouted do. Obama you lie will Obama lied about about. Joe Joe, son? I forget his last name. But that was considered one of the biggest breaches of protocol ever that guy was besmirched and impugned for the rest of his career. But maybe something to it. I think the young millennial bunch would go nuts. Right. Here comes the president wearing the overcoat. He's now approaching the podium just left the doors of the Oval Office. And again, our microphones are there. And so let us now much my fellow Americans. I am very proud to announce today that we have reached a deal to end the shutdown and reopen the federal government..
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Thirty six percent of Americans were willing to declare that they believed it among Trump voters that figure it was fifty seven percent. This is possibly the defining paradox of Trump voters, they think noon landing this fakes, but professional wrestling is real. Because conspiracy theories so people keep manufacturing them, the idea that Hillary Clinton was running a paedophile ring from Washington DC pizza joint was persuasive enough that one adherent turned up with a gun. This one has walked into a cult called Cunanan which Seve's that President Trump is the target of a deep state plot to thwart him. Whereas surely any deep state worthy of the name might have figured out a way to keep a bloviating simple to note of the White House before. Now, we have even endured a revival of the most odious of all conspiracy theories the one which holds the holocaust never occurred. Not only was the holocaust meticulously documented it was meticulously documented by its perpetrators who were as bureaucratic as they were evil. And it is telling that holocaust deniers are for some scarcely imaginable reason only ever interested in denying the holocaust. There is no such review. Tendency dismissing for example, the occurrence of the San Francisco of quake or d day or the nineteen seventy-two FA Cup final. But right there is why conspiracy theories are effective infinite and doubtless inextinguishable people believe what they would prefer to be true rather than waters..
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"It is twenty five million hero France now accounts for fifty seven percent of gross domestic product government spending. So the government takes of all GDP fifty seven percent of it is government confiscated wealth. That what that means people is that they're they're headed downhill, they can't you cannot survive on that you can't survive. When the bulk of the people are takers and your redistributing fifty seven percent of all of the wealth in your country. Says. So here's the problem is that the yellow jackets are not fighting for liberty and freedom and lower taxes. They are in this case looking trying to kill a gas tax. But that's not really what is about. This is more of a populist movement. That were because the people are upset that Marc cone. Mccrone as mccrone Mark mccrone? Thank is out. It's pronounced because mccrone is is instituting some policies. What he did was he gave a big tax cut to wealthy folks. And he tried to free up. She's trying to free up some regulation to make it easier for the for these businesses to to hire new people and to and to keep them employed. And then he also instituted this gas tax because he wants to he wants to reduce the number of people who drive on the roads because he wants to be a leader in this new movement of of greenhouse saving the world through climate change and greenhouse emissions. So I find this. I find it interesting. Because as I said before on the show, I think that if you are you have a right to defend with violence if necessary your property, and so if the government comes to you. And and tries to take your property without your permission. You have the right you show, your you have the right to defend your property with your life. And with force if necessary with violence, I did say in that episode if you go back, and listen that although you have the right to do that does not mean it is prudent just because you can doesn't mean you should. And in most cases, if you are going to go up against the government, you're going to end up in prison or dead. And so this is this becomes a problem for us. But if people bind themselves together and cooperate with one another in order to stand up to the tyranny of taxation, then I mean, if it's something I support because I don't think taxation is theft. I think that the what the government is doing and in instituting these new taxes that provide no benefit and just are simply a way to maintain more control and to increase their own revenue their own pocketbook. I think it's wrong. But the problem with France is that what these yellow jackets want is not going to help them what they want our new estate taxes on the rich. They wanna tax the rich more. So that they can have better services that they can have better jobs, and there could be more opportunity right now there are around five point five point one million government workers in France. They say that they have roughly one point five million too. Many officials. In france. They they need to cut their entire government budget by v. Five point two million civil servants in France says they have one point five million too, many what they call functionaries or officials public spending accounts for fifty seven percent of gross domestic product Francis has increased their civil servants by thirty six percent since nineteen Eighty-three the they represent twenty two percent of the workforce compared to the average of fifteen percent. Twenty two percent of the workforce. So here's the problem. The problem in France is that the people believed that the government was there to help them. And the government came forward and said, we're going to help you. We're going to make it a rule that if you own a business that you have to pay for maternity leave, and you have to pay for an you're gonna hire somebody you have to pay maternity leave. You have to give them X number of vacation days. You have to give them X number of sick days. You have to provide for their retirement, you have to provide for what else for medical, and we're gonna tax you on that based on how many employees you have. And they essentially laid all not all the same time..
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"Fifty seven percent of millennials have never been married. In one thousand nine hundred eighty five. That's when boomers were around the same age. In nineteen eighty-five is not when. You know? Four television or movies were in black and white or whatever. Hospice carriage made its first appearance on American roadways, right? In one thousand nine hundred five only a third had never been married. So it's gone from. A third never married to fifty seven percent never married from eighty five till now, that's that's quite a change in trend. It means been going steadily the same way no reason to think it's going to stop either. In terms of structuring society, and we talked yesterday a lot about the. You know, practically nobody living with their parents to the majority of people living with their parents. Well in the number of people are living with her parents at age, thirty blew my mind. I oh my God. That was the the idea of living with my parents at age twenty two was abhorrent to me. Yeah. So, but that's me. You know, we're kind of a lone wolf. So listen, we made mention of the fact that these numbers the birth rate in particular spells utter complete irrevokable collapse of our welfare state Trump pre Tuesday, by the way, if you Tf. At Tf. It's a Trump free Tuesday. So everybody do it with me hashtag nobody's doing with. Oh us. Yeah. So anyway, I'm the numbers are inescapable about the welfare state it will collapse. If we don't have a growing population for the you know, what I almost said very few of you. But that's probably not true for for those of you who don't understand that you have not been quote, unquote, putting away social security money. You have had it taken from your paycheck. It has been instantly redistributed to current old stars. There is no slush fund. Well, there's a little bit. But it's about to go broke a trust fund. I guess is the term they use. But at any rate, so we're not having nearly enough babies to continue to support the pyramid scheme that his social security, Medicaid Medicare cetera. And and so we made mention of the fact that that's why both parties are interested in importing millions of immigrants illegal and otherwise. But the legal time too great because then you don't have to have any laws about you know, how many you'll let in you just kind of sort of turn a blind eye at the borders. And that's absolutely undeniable. And I don't want to. Well, what the hell I will go off on illegal immigration. I if it's at all mysterious to you why the Democrats and Republicans have failed to do anything about this, even as they trumpet their interest in solving the problem year after year after year after year, it's not only that the Democrats are trying to import and register and get the vote millions and millions of Hispanic peoples many as possible, and it's not only that Republicans in their industrial and farm supporters. Want is many laborers, they can possibly get. It's that all of the people in congress. Now, there are some stupid congress people, no doubt. But most of them are pretty smart, and they can do math. They understand that they have to prop up the welfare state. So that's why they haven't done anything about immigration witness. This move house GOP leaders. This is from politico are reneging on a vote on a vowel rather to hold an immigration vote before the August recess this after Kevin McCarthy, and I and others had sworn to key congress people backed up by Paul Ryan, by the way that they would have a vote on a. Guestworker program before the August recess because the people in their district were screaming for it. And it was critical because it persuaded reps. Dennis Ross, a Florida, Dan Newhouse, a Washington, others not to sign onto an effort to force a vote on legislation creating a pathway to citizenship for dreamers, etc. Dreamers. Listen to me, Dr recipients the emigrants brought to the country illegally as children at center cetera. It fell to signatures short to have that vote to force the vote based on we'll have a vote on a guest worker program. But now, they're not going to have it. They're thinking this is going to ruin Kevin McCarthy, the halfwits credibility. With and cause a real shake-up in the house. Now, they're trying to promise. Oh, Saint people. Yeah. Yeah. I know we said we want before August. But I promise we'll do it in the fall. I promise not only will we have a vote. We'll get the two hundred and eighteen votes needed to actually pass the measure and do something about this stuff. But they won't. Can we promise something fun will according to science the most danceable number one hits? We'll play a little bit of the most danceable songs according to science coming up at nine ten twelve minutes. So you grind your way through the college or university, your choice, you probably do some grad school as well. You got the white lab coat. You got the degree. And you think let's see what should I turn my scientific acumen, two months of calculus dreams of biological papers at cetera. Physics. I got physics wazoo. How about what songs are the most dancing? I'll bet it's you certainly could be funded by, you know, a record company you figure out what makes songs the most danceable pop music's formulaic. Anyway. So yeah, you figure out the, you know, the the magic sauce or whatever that makes the song super-popular dance was you just print money that might be what's behind it, by the way. Speaking of popular, you know, at the number one book on the New York Times was last week. I don't know about this week. I haven't checked Charles Krauthammer book things that Matt things that matter since he died that book has gotten enough attention number one, which I'm next to my bed at home, and I've been jumping into various chapters whether you're reading about Russia or chess. It's all very interesting. Beautiful.
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"The Armstrong and Getty show Hint you one more stat from this comparison to boomers and. Millennials and that sorta stuff Currently fifty seven percent of millennials have never been married In one thousand nine hundred. Eighty five, that's when boomers were around the same age In nineteen eighty-five is. Not when you know before television or. Movies were in black and white or whatever Carriage made its first appearance on American roadways right In, nineteen eighty-five only a third had never been married so it's gone, from A. Third never married to fifty seven percent. Never married from eighty five till now that's. That's quite a change in trend it means been going steadily the. Same way no reason to think it's, going to stop either In terms of structuring. Society and we talked yesterday a lot about the Practically nobody. Living, with their parents to the majority of people living with their parents well in, the number of. People, who are living. With her parents at age thirty blew my mind I oh my God that was the the the idea. Of, living, with my parents, at age, twenty two was abhorrent to me yeah so but that's. Me you know kind of a lone wolf So listen we. Made mention of the fact that these numbers the birth rate in particular spells utter complete irrevocable collapse of. Our, welfare, state Trump free, Tuesday by, the way if you back TEFA it's a Trump free Tuesday so everybody, do it with me hashtag nobody's doing it with us, yeah so anyway I'm the numbers are inescapable about the welfare state it will collapse if we don't have a, growing population for the you know what I almost said very few of. You but that's probably not true for for those. Of you who don't understand. That, you have not been, quote unquote putting away social security. Money you have had it taken from your paycheck, it has been instantly. Redistributed to current old stars there is no slush fund well there's a little bit but it's about, to, go, broke. I'm a trust fund is the term they use but at any rate so we're not having nearly enough babies to continue to, support the pyramid scheme that is social security Medicaid Medicare etc and so we made mention of. The fact that that's why both parties are interested, in importing millions of immigrants illegal and, otherwise, but. The kind of great because then you don't. Have to have, any laws about Do you know how many you, let in you just kind of sort of turn a blind eye at the borders And that's absolutely undeniable and I don't want to well what the hell I will go off on illegal immigration I if it's at all mysterious to you why the Democrats and Republicans have failed to do, anything about this even as they trumpet their interest in solving the problem year after year after year after year it's not only that the Democrats. Are trying to import and register and get the vote millions and millions of Hispanic people as many as possible. And it's not only that Republicans in their. Industrial, and farm supporters want is many, Labor's they, can possibly get it's that all of the people in congress now. There are some stupid congress people no doubt but most of. Them are pretty smart and they can do math they. Understand that they have to..
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Seven hundred w i have abc's steve roberts standing by and we'll talk about the president's supreme court picky supposed to say tonight who has come in and steve roberts first of all it's good to have you there seems to be from the progressive side bit of gnashing of teeth no matter who the president picks here those would like to see him pick someone who's a more mainstream if not leaning a little bit left which is beyond a pipe dream is it not oh yeah i mean donald trump ran for president one of his key arguments to his supporters was i'm gonna pick an orthodox conservative is a supreme court and it was a very effective argument particularly in some of the swing states like ohio now i looked at the exit polls and about twenty one percent of americans in two thousand sixteen that the court was the most important issues i cared about and fifty seven percent of those voters voted for trump only forty for clinton could republicans have traditionally been much more effective at using the court to crystallize the choices between the two candidates and to mobilize their base republicans in ohio and a lot of other states you didn't like trump supported other people for the nomination had doubts about his character and his personality but ending am decided that donald trump pick for the supreme court would be more preferable than hillary clinton picks very effectively as a political argument he continues to do so yeah i think people go out there and talk about trump supporters of the trump base and how his base might vote this coming up in november a lot of his base is truly that his base but there's a percentage a good percentage of people who voted for him because they didn't like her voted for him because of the supreme court picks and those people could go anywhere in november well that's true and you know this this is not new this year this is a long history if you go back to rookie way that was nineteen seventy three that was the decision mobilized a lot of particularly conservative christian voters got them involved in politics got them focused on the court and has an issue and over the generations now there's been a strong feeling on the part of a lot of conservatives that the court has issued a series of rulings that forces in the do things they do not like recognize abortion legal recognize same sex marriages remove prayer from the schools in the public square and so it's been a much more effective mobilising issue for conservatives and liberals now going into the flow of action i think both sides will try to use the court as a galvanizing concern because what's remember the timing of this if there is going to be a vote this year it's almost certainly going to be right in the middle of the fall election campaign but historically conservatives have been significantly more effective at using the court as a energizing issue for their base all right all the time we have steve roberts but we'll see what shakes out tonight tonight tonight tonight but the big announcement it's eight forty four and what's funny here is that the mara largo they're asking for foreign workers to be brought in to work the property because they can't find enough americans to take the jobs so they asked him for permission to hire forty temporary foreign workers as waiters and waitresses for the.
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Trigger here on describing the democratic party's move laugh ism from liberalism as described national review and it's excellent piece and it began i just want to repeat this to you fifty seven percent of democrats in the latest poll just last week by gallup said that the us does not benefit from having rich people fifty seven percent of democrats that's frightening eightyone percent of republicans think that it does be do benefit from having rich people next the minimum wage the party today says it should be raised by more than one hundred percent obama on the other hand he writes pushed for a minimum wage hike of thirty percent and failed to get it even the democrats in even with democrats in control of both houses of congress for two years some fifty two percent of democrats want single payer healthcare according to a pew survey last july and the bernie sanders policy of forcing the cost of state college tuition on tax payers instead of students is catching on so more than half of democrats want socialized medicine in two thousand thirteen when bernie sanders introduced the previous version of his medicare for all plan this is an amazing statistic twenty thirteen just five years ago it had zero cosponsors five years ago last year sanders attracted sixteen fellow democrats as cosponsors for his single payer healthcare bill.
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The dot com bubble there the two thousand and eight financial crisis and sold there equity positions at the absolute worst time would feel anticipated regret if they were to think about reinvesting in the stock market again thus their bias has caused them to lose out on gains man of we ever seen this i mean i know we took a fifty percents shellacking in the stock market and it's hard to stay poised through a fifty seven percent peak to trough decline in your domestic stocks but those that did came out of that financial crisis smelling like a rose those that suffered from regret aversion well they missed out on one of the greatest bull runs in history so regret aversion means people avoid or delay making decisions that might lead them to suffering a loss problem is of course there are lots of financial decisions that could cause regret but it's not always financially sensible to sit there and do absolutely nothing i find this all the time that the people after they get burned they're scared some of them scared to death and we saw this from our parents and grandparents who suffered through the great depression many of them never invested in the stock market after that and as a result missed out on huge potential gains we come back i'll give you a couple more of these biases and then we're going to talk about whether or not you have a downturn defense what is your defense mechanism if the stock market starts to crumble and you want your 401k get sliced in half what is your plan what is your game plan i'll tell you all about that and give you a couple of ideas goes that's what i do right here on the program to make sure you stick around eight four four ratio is the number.
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Stock was fifty seven percent below where it thousand nine hundred eighty three so you bought ten thousand bucks worth one thousand nine hundred eighty three and the way the math works direction way worshiped in this but what's his be wildly optimistic about it your ten grand is now worth forty three hundred bucks you also went through some periods of some pretty significant inflation during this time so you've lost a phenomenal amount of buying power so how is buying and holding apple forever saving you then we look at what happens next two years later in the year two thousand you're up four hundred percent over where you were in one thousand nine hundred eighty three your patience has been rewarded then you go to two thousand and one through two thousand and three you kind of cycle up and down multiple times where you were back to where you were yes in one thousand nine hundred eighty three so at this point in time you've now been doing this for twenty years and you don't have any more money than when you started with you have inflation all the rest of it yes you then had a big run starting in the two thousands and now you have what you have today but none of that stuff was foreseeable in advance and go back now to the amazon analogy buying amazon now at hundreds of times earnings a company that is losing money on every product that sells a company that has not been successful in most other countries in the world the and by the way the only product they make money on is the cloud a company that is nothing in my opinion but a lot of marketing hype and story but marketing hype and story is worth an awful lot in the stock market to say that that's the company i'm gonna hitch my wagon to and i'm gonna get rich on this understand amazon stock can continue to go up but what is the one oh one of how you make money buying and selling anything you buy low and yoursel.
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Dot com bubble or the two thousand and eight financial crisis and sold there equity positions at the absolute worst time would feel anticipated regret if they were to think about reinvesting in the stock market again thus their bias has caused them to lose out on gains man of we ever seen this i mean i know we took a fifty percents shellacking in the stock market it's hard to stay poised through fifty seven percent peak to trough decline in your domestic stocks but those that did came out of that financial crisis smelling like a rose those that suffered from regret aversion well they missed out on one of the greatest bull runs in history so regret aversion means people avoid or delay making decisions that might lead them to suffering a loss problem is of course there are lots of financial decisions that could cause regret but it's not always financially sensible to sit there and do absolutely nothing i find this all the time that people after they get burned they're scared some of them scared to death and we saw this from our parents and grandparents who suffered through the great depression many of them never invested in the stock market after that and as a result missed out on huge potential gains when we come back i'll give you a couple more of these biases and then we're going to talk about whether or not you have a downturn defense what is your defense mechanism if the stock market starts to crumble and you want your 401k get sliced in half what is your plan what is your game plan i'll tell you all about that and give you a couple of ideas because that's what i do right here on the program programs make sure you.
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Dot com bubble or the two thousand and eight financial crisis and sold there equity positions at the absolute worst time would feel anticipated regret if they were to think about reinvesting in the stock market again thus their bias has caused them to lose out on gains man of we ever seen this i mean i know we took a fifty percents shellacking in the stock market and it's hard to stay poised through a fifty seven percent peak to trough decline in your domestic stocks but those that did came out of that financial crisis smelling like a rose those that suffered from regret aversion well they missed out on one of the greatest bull runs in history so regret aversion means people avoid or delay making decisions that might lead them to suffering a loss problem is of course there are lots of financial decisions that could cause regret but it's not always financially sensible to sit there and do absolutely nothing i find this all the time that people after they get burned they're scared some of them scared to death and we saw this from our parents and grandparents who suffered through the great depression many of them never invested in the stock market after that and as a result missed out on huge potential gains all right when we come back i'll give you a couple more of these biases and then we're going to talk about whether or not you have a downturn defense what is your defense mechanism if the stock market starts to crumble and you want your 401k get sliced in half what is your plan what is your game plan i'll tell you all about that and give you a couple of ideas because that's what i do right here on the raylucia programs make sure you stick around eight four four ratio is the number if you'd like to.
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Of early onset dementia is dementia onset before the age of sixty five the majority fifty seven percent of them were related to chronic heavy drinking so heavy drinkers need to be warned and we need to really pay attention to family members friends loved ones people that we know that are likely to sit down and have a lot of alcohol in one sitting so they suggest interventions screening brief interventions treatment for alcohol use disorders to reduce the alcohol attributable burden of dementia heavy drinking and alcohol use disorders were worse than any other preventive risk factor for dementia and were especially linked to those kinds of dementia that start before age sixty five and which lead to premature deaths alcohol induced brain damage and dementia are preventable and known affective preventative in policy measures can make dent into premature dementia death they pointed out on average alcohol use disorders shorten life expectancy by more than twenty years and dementia is one of the leading causes of death to these people and men were impacted far more often then women in general the majority of dementia patients are women but in this case two thirds of all early onset dementia patients were men and alcohol use disorders were also associated with every other independent risk factor for dementia onset including tobacco smoking high blood pressure diabetes lower education depression and hearing loss these are all modifiable risk factors.
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They yeah it's it's is founded only fifty seven percent female recruits graduate some women left the training academy after sustaining injuries um here's here's a fire commission president dill delia a barra i'm guessing it's a woman pushes the fired as funny they had the there's so pc it's like well we'll make the fire commission president a woman i'm assuming delia we need to figure out is there anything we knew with policies said practices that can approve art retention rate without sacrificing any of the quality you know because if they can't live thug blatter's they can't let flatters either can lift the latter or you can if you can look the latter urhin can't let the latter you're not it what what are you going to do make wider ladders i guess look at this they have an independent assessor here's another person were paying for sue stangl she's a fire department watchdog works for the city set the fire chief a written request for documents on testing at evaluations of fire academy she wants to understand why women and other groups are recruits are graduating it all rates well if you look at the story they can't lift bladders jesus this is just so crazy i think there should be a poll to find out how many women really want to be firefighters i'm sure there are some way amid there's jirongo than me there's there's well there's very few where we we have the numbers about three percent of the firefighters are female it was like that five years ago they went on a crazy expensive aggressive recruitment drive and it moved the numbers by twotenths of a point well i guess that's venture that's the way we were born maybe it's something you can't.
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Fifty seven percent population surge monday afternoon wsb's chris chandler reports state local governments are adjusting their schedules to accommodate the game the governor agrees with the local leaders we've heard from telecommute if you can ride marta if you must be out and they say in light of several factors city of atlanta government will close at 230 monday afternoon fulton county and state government will close at three o'clock they also say there monitoring the weather just in case and may send further guidance my wsb meteorologist kirk mellish has also monitoring the potential for freezing rain senator johnny isakson wanted on the record the congressional record that islamists they go dolled from the floors and but he doesn't stop there going to be a my home state of georgia and our newest athletic facility mercedesbenz domains inappropriate place rust when he also singles out dog's head coach kirby smart for praise as a leader on and off the field wsb news time eight ovalles i can't wait to hear the the books that come out about this mellish wsb dato sex doubt be checkup at the morning drive again our triple.
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Which one doug wagner financial wizard are you can invest in or take the ladder ten percent and ten percent because of compounding interest and we've been issued we rehearsed that no you're you are a genius debts but that's the thing but not known opened but the poll that was polled okay more than half till majority took the twenty percent zero kidding they all doughty's array right oon sounds better than ten raya but the reality is at at the end of two years if you had a hundred bucks in you at one hundred twenty on the first vestment yet her twenty one on a second investment now does doesn't take consideration taxes or any latte but it was a very clear now majan a million dollars or are five hundred thousand yeah and and you're in and you're seeing this this piece of paper printed says this investment averaged a member of consumer came in one time and i was showing and some investments they said well yeah my your competitors showing an average of like eight percent per year and i said that's great how to do a night in two thousand eight and she said well let me look what lost fifty seven percent i said okay i mean my averages four bre said some one showed average abe they lost sixty percent of your body and i lost you may be twelve i mean i don't understand it so and again averages can be really misused in financial literature and a very good example of to investments it did ten percent by the end of the day they didn't do the same amount welcome back to a we test when a financial planner that sequence of returns absolutely it's worse if you're withdrawing money think about today where it all time highs in the stock market ray and he retired a day in your unfortunate and the market has a twenty percent correction or a ten percent correction you better be testing for your sequence of returns yes now that affects your portfolio right because we we we teach our classes that the community colleges um we talk a lot about this little chart that john hancock put out the shows to people have each average 10percent one person ran out of money one percent a.
"fifty seven percent" Discussed on WCTC
"Fifty fifty six percent fifty seven percent landslide which which yet reveal rating right which which means which really means even on the approval rating which kind of means then that's that's us that's like a softer vote that's like clicking a an online survey will do do they as big a couple of people appointed out couple of hundred it's a use the pword does that even mean anything anymore because we lanes such a fractured society that you know e i you you may only have thirty five percent support but if it's a choice again in the next election between this person in when trump i'm going to vote for trump again even i really don't approve a man can't say approve of amis okay i don't give him high favorability ratings uh but he's okay but yeah vote from over the neck and the it may made a great point that know maybe all you need is forty percent amac sought to become the next president depending on who you're running against while and it's interesting i saw story over the weekend about a vicepremier br vice president pence and and meeting with donors party donors see this means he's he's really laying the grounds for his political future know what it means is as you have a president right now who doesn't want to be seen as someone who is you know putting his hand out for the party but you do need someone to be out there according the donors to say that the party is going to need this money in the future which they are for 2018 and they are for 2020 in every election cycle in the future that's just the way it is trump likely isn't that guy and he probably never will be your calls next eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye loyd book with more red eye radio with eric harley and gary mcnamara if you're not turning you're not earning and.