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A highlight from Bitcoin Price SKYROCKETS! ($50,000 By Year End)
"Whoo! We're feeling good today. It's a fantastic day to discover crypto. Bitcoin's pumping. We're going to kind of give you our reasoning on why we're seeing such bullish price action, and we had a special guest fly in last night in the midst of our live, our special Breaking Live. He's here today. How are you doing? You want to introduce yourself? I'm doing great. Yeah, I'm Joshua Jake. I've been here once before. Some of you might remember the episode, but Deezy texted me late last night that we were in a bull run, so I took the next flight to Atlanta, and I just showed up for the emergency press conference. We had to charter the Uber chopper, and TJ paid for it. It wasn't me. I thought about selling some Chainlink to fund it, but then TJ stepped up in a big way. TJ, I appreciate you sending the chopper. Always. Chopper for Josh. The bull run chopper. The bull run chopper. Hey, some people buy vehicles. I want aerial vehicles. I'm taking it to the next level. Yeah, why go on a road when you can just fly straight here? I don't know. I haven't been in a helicopter yet, though. I don't plan on it. Me neither. All right, well, let's talk about why Bitcoin pumped. It seemed like it was just a perfect cascading of all these little events, and we're going to break it down with some articles, of course. Then we got the BitLab specialist, Kelly on the charts. He's going to show you some key levels, but I kind of want to just share this tweet right here. This is kind of the catalyst here. The beginning domino effect here. The iShares Bitcoin trust has been listed on the depository trust and clearing corporation. This was kind of, all right, you read that sentence. Can it sound more boring? But then slowly the news started percolating. It's not as clean and simple as Tesla buys $1 .5 billion worth of Bitcoin. That's a simple, easy to understand headline. This was kind of, you got to read between the lines. Wait a minute. This name changed. Oh, so it's approved. Well, no, it's not approved. Oh, okay. I guess I shouldn't care. Well, no, you should care a little bit. Then the market started getting a little bit excited, and then Asia woke up. The Asia trading hours, once they hit. My theory is, and we're going to look at some numbers, kind of back this theory up. Shorts got squeezed, folks. There's a massive amount of short liquidations, and when there's a short that's closed, it actually ends up as a buy order for Bitcoin and just send it skyrocketing. What do you think of that take? I think it's pretty spot on. I think at the same time, we have all this hype coming back into the markets, and retailers kind of getting that FOMO edge. You're getting the good morning text, the bull run back, all the friends I haven't heard of from in about a year. But Larry Fink coming out and completely flipping the script, saying Bitcoin is a flight to quality last week. This all led into kind of this FOMO rally that we were going to be watching and breaking down all the on -chain metrics with you guys today. So I'm excited for it. It's some life back in the market, which I feel like we've all needed for the last three years at this point. But it feels good. It feels good to be back in the markets and see some green. Armie Piper has been in plenty of helicopters. That's how he afforded all that Chainlink. He's a jet setter, folks. We did a special live last night. I'm going to hover here just so you see how cool it was, how exciting. We have five guests all on at once. Yes, on the top left, you can see I was in an aquarium. I did a special deep dive with the whales, folks. I was swimming with the whales so I could bring you the breaking news. I'm trying to graduate from a minnow. You know, one day, one day I'll be a little piranha or something. And we got some really, really good Bitcoin videos coming out later today. You're going to want to check that out. Let's look at the market. Let's look at what is exciting. I do want to hit refresh just because the market is so dynamic today. Look at that pump. I don't know if I can remember the last time I've seen the entire crypto market cap be that close to 10%. The market cap has risen 8 .7%. TJ, what is your take on that? It's great to see green again. Great to see the market moving, volume moving and quick moves. I really enjoyed you guys looking at the level. We've been watching 32k for quite some time. There was a little bit of a volume gap there. And you guys, when you were looking at it last night, you could see as soon as we got close to it, it just ripped right past 32 to 33. It's making, let's make crypto fun again. That's where we're at. And yeah, it feels good to be back. And it is, it feels great to be back. I see Kelly's charts right now. I have this special window so I can see a sneak peek. You guys are going to definitely want to stick around with that. We're going to be there in minutes. Army Piper, you don't want to ride in the helos. I've been in DZ. Probably right. Probably right. I'm scared of heights. All right. Bitcoin, speaking of heights, Bitcoin putting in new heights for the year here. Let me shrink it just a tad. So you can see 11 .6 to the upside, a 21 % green pump for the week here. Ethereum, not that far behind folks. We are now coming in at 1813. Bitcoin at 34 ,000 by the way, two Ethereum's 10 pump 8 .2 % XRP pump also 8 .2 % and then also pretty close Cardano at 8 .8 % Solana, a little bit of a cool down here, but when you look at the weekly, it is up 32 % here. Once we started going a little bit lower doge is a little bit less Tron's a little bit less polygon, a wrap Bitcoin also moving with Bitcoin, but now we're about to get to the exciting part. Josh, I know you're ready for this. I did a little sneak peek. I'm having a short form video come out on this top gainer. I'm explaining why is it pumping? What is it? What is even to do? Talking about Mina protocol. This is a coin I first was talking about in February of this year. And I was telling you folks, Hey, you know, I remember the thesis and TJ, wasn't the best thesis, Josh, you know, I don't recommend people buying. We met an actual Bitcoin billionaire. And he said, Oh yeah. You know, we asked him, well, what's the one coin you're looking for? He's like, Oh yeah, just Mina, zero research. I was just me following the whale. Hey, you saw me in the water last night. I followed the whales folks. And if you bought, then you were in the green. It's looking good. And then if you were like TJ and bought the dip, I think TJ, you got in at Mina as low as what, 40 cents, 40 cents. Yeah. 40 cents. We're now coming in at 80 cents. So Mina look at this pump, baby. 91%. It was a hundred percent. At one point, it was 120%. I was looking at the volume. Mina's volume is up 18 ,000%. 18 ,000 % there, Josh. It got added to, if you're wondering why pump obviously the Bitcoin pump, but then it got added to up bit and bit true. So I think that that's a large reason. Then we have conflux. Conflux is up 40%. Pepe. We were talking about Pepe on the stream last night. Pepe is up 27%. Josh, what do you think of Pepe moving up? Oh, nearly. It was 30 % at one point. Yeah. So if you actually look at the entire meme category, but Pepe is going to be the leader in that space right now, all of the alt coins and meme coins, traditionally, when you get a big pump and Ethereum, you're going to see the gas fees go through the roof. So if you actually look on CoinMarketCap, I don't think my screen's on the screen here, but if you look at the top of the page on CoinMarketCap or CoinGecko, you will see the gas fees rising massively. They actually hit 45 way last night. So when that happens, it starts costing a lot of retail, a couple of hundred dollars per transaction. And a lot of those tokens are going to move pretty exponentially. So Pepe's leading the industry today here. Hit 46 % rally this week. Does that mean we're going to see all -time highs? I don't necessarily believe so. But hey, the meme coin market sees some life to it. And because of the high transaction costs, generally, you start to see meme coins see a little spark back in their life. Yeah. Basically, it's all momentum -based. When you're talking about meme coins, it's a lot of momentum -based. That's why it's so hard to turn around that downward sloping action because it's a lot of momentum to turn that car around. Well, we have Injective is up 17%. Rocket Pool is up 15%. Flow, the Flow blockchain is up 14%. And then Rollbit still has some good gains here. It is up 13%. Congrats to the people playing the crypto casino. You know someone got in that crazy 1000X short or long at the right time. That crazy 500X long. CoinTelegraph. Hello? It was the CoinTelegraph intern.
"five guests" Discussed on Snarf Talk
"Finally it is And now we're just ruining the last half of it. I think it might have been when you plug your phone. When i plugged my phone. I think you've plugged your phone and fixed it. Okay so i got the list. This had me thinking on the way here. I'm like we should do. Is it possible to do a list of movies based on rides because that's a very rare thing it would be based on a theme park ride and it would only happened in the world that disney. But i looked it up. This article is actually from the aarp. Weird enough of movies based on this is specifically based on disneyworld and disneyland attractions. Okay you want to know what some of them are. Yeah of course. Nine thousand nine hundred ninety seven there was a little movie co starring kirstin. Dunst and steve gutenberg. Okay of police academy fame called tower of terror. Oh like the legit tower of terror. I'm originally presented as part of the wonderful world of disney. This made for tv. Movie was a studios first film based on an attraction. Steve gutenberg stars as a disgrace tabloid journalists who sets out with his young niece anna to investigate a mysterious disturbance on halloween nineteen thirty nine. Lightning strict the hollywood tower hotel and five guests who were in the elevator..
"five guests" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"W E Mail NEWS. It's six. Good morning, everyone. I'm John Matthews. You may be learning to enjoy being out without a master now, but you're gonna want to keep one handy. Maryland and Virginia lifted their statewide mask mandates Saturday for fully vaccinate. In people, But businesses can still make you wear a mask. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan was asked on CNN State of the union if businesses should be allowed to ask to see your vaccine card. I don't think that's really gonna happen, he says. Lots of people may not even be carrying those cards with them, so he thinks businesses will decide. Everyone wears a massacre. Everyone doesn't wear a mask rather than trying to pick and choose winners and losers. Heather Curtis sound W M A. L N W Imelda calm A 43 year old McLean Man Walking along Leesburg Pike and the Great Falls Area at around 5 20 yesterday morning was struck by a passing car and knocked into the roadway. Where he was run over by several cars. Alan Romero was pronounced dead at the scene. Police say the driver who struck Romero kept going, but officers recovered the car's driver side view mirror and determine it came from a black Ford fusion. Investigators are hoping someone who saw what happened. We'll give them a call. A 23 year old man was killed when he crashed his motorcycle on Horn Baker Road near Industrial Road near Manassas yesterday afternoon. Police say Joshua Jackson lost control of his cycle ran off the right side of the road. Struck a guide wire attached to an electric pole. He died in a nearby hospital. Police say Jackson was wearing a helmet. But speed was a factor in the crash. Prince William County School board meets later today to have a hopeful discussion about high school graduation ceremonies. Now the governor route Northern has moved up the date for lifting outdoor capacity and distance restrictions from June 15th to make 28 That leaves just one step to fix the commencement. You could be a Jiffy Lube live Jiffy Lube is requiring that our graduates have to sit six ft. Apart from one another school board chairman by boring, Latif is hopeful that Jiffy Lube live will lift that requirement as well. Currently, graduating students are allowed to have just two guests that their ceremonies, Latif hopes to open up the lawn. A chippy lubin allow graduates to have five guests each. With temperatures rising this week, you should start hearing the brood X chorus anytime now many of us may be grossed out. But Virginia Tech entomologist Doug Pfeiffer explains the short life cycle of the cicada. There will be singing. First of all, You're circumvent the mills sing to make allowed some people consider piercing. Coursing in trees. Then, after the cicadas serenade adults after about two weeks, we'll start laying eggs and after six weeks, says five for it will be another 17 years before you see them again. Barbara break. W M A L N W m a l dot com Checking your money. The Dow futures her down 81 points this morning. The NASDAQ futures down 39 in sports. The Wizard's clinch eighth place in the east with a come from behind win over the Hornets won 15 to 1 10. Bradley. Beal, still ailing from a pulled hamstring, scored 20 points in the second half to lead the Wizards up. Just change my mentality. You know, if I'm out here, I'm out here and I'm gonna do what I can to help my team win. Be aggressive at all times. And just real ourselves to win. And we did that tonight. Man is great. The Nationals get seven innings of three hit.
"five guests" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
"Thank you scott. For coming on the podcast. I really enjoyed our conversation in conversation but leadership by just just alert. Love because of how i said. My story began. So thank you for sharing your time. That in the five guests haven. Thanks for having me on broiler. it's well overdue. But it was well worth the way. Thank you for listening. Today's episode with scott mccarthy. I hope that episode gave you adapt wisdom to understand your transition understand a different way to approach it and how you can prepare yourself every day for the process of transitioning so first. Let's get the big question out of the way. So yesterday i was out walking with my kids and it hit me that i should ask you the listeners. That this podcast if you'd be interested in me hosting a in-person retreat so this would be something that would be like two days probably in september or october somewhere. Probably in wisconsin and it would be two days where we would dive in to your life and help you get clear on where you need to go. This can be figuring out what's really holding you back. This can be figuring out your legacy figuring out and crafting really where you want your family to go figure out how to use the obstacles in your life is actually fuel and propulsion figure out how to reignite that flame that you once had and understand how you can grow and be the best dad. You can be so if this idea of meeting for two days in september. October is something that you want me to host. If i get ten people to say yes i will figure it out so if this sounds like something you want to say yes to shoot me. An email ben at military veteran dad dot com. And just say. I'm in for the retreat. And i'll let you know when i figured out. I want you to let me know that this is something that you want me to do. And if it is i'll make it happen and the idea was exciting when i had it and so that this helped and got you excited. Reach out ben. A military veteran dad dot com..
"five guests" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male
"When you were talking about that that integration howard. I got a strong strong. Hit in my solar plexus and i watched your show yeah i watched the show know where a denison and clay interviewed. You and i have your black. Removing these concepts from gender identification is is a huge piece. It's a huge piece. As i have dedicated my life to being used throughout my life. Most of my life and moving into that more and more without without a lot of agenda without a lot of agenda which you talked about in in the podcast listened to i. I am lead on the most amazing journey. Regatta who else. Yeah for sure did words again. We nuclear woman live. What i'm signed said that the energy of the feel because it's the field of energy that comes out of the sun and every once in a while by consciousness one chooses something rather than stay out of the field because amendments queer. No it's it's actually venture enough that man and then you come in choose wanted to express at the time of emergence in new. That's your buckfast totally. So they're demonstrating the truth of creation all certain on your the mistress encircles and masked by the stubborn through these incredible men were changing the world. These five guests is just compensation creation absolutely and that's something that i have been chomping at the bit to say and that as well i think maybe to lead into i was. I actually started writing a book about the winner. Masculine and ahead. You know i started. And i did not. I went onto other things but but claes claes were is about inviting in creating creating an energetic oca- for the learner. Masculine and god goddess english rather than say a Compasses the metaphor. That transition phenomena for the energy to come and that amazing just the mission that the five of us here because alchemy award at Into the film and for the one is five and that is represented here as a recreation authentic conscious.
"five guests" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support
"Me. My wedding anniversary said brought my wedding album and they show up but she's oh. Where are we going. And i was like. Oh crap so i. That was how how she saw me as the fun person that took her out and we had a good afternoon that day. Despite the fact that we didn't go watch kids but it did get a little bit harder at the end. His she was just she didn't want help and she needed it in taking her out. I would take her out in within the community. We'd walk around the whole complex. We'd go over to the assisted living side. We go the assisted livings garden and patio area. Just a little change of scenery mean. It wasn't changed for me but she hadn't seen it before so it worked. What is next. You've done twenty episodes of your podcast. Well i'm taking a break. 'cause i'm really Decided i wanted to go back to the book. The book idea so just yesterday was the first day because i put out three weeks ago. I put out episode twenty. And i decided that's the end of season one and that i you know i do wanna do a season to. I'd love to do interviews like like you do. I'd love to interview like my dad. And my my husband. And my sisters. And i would love to continue you know rotate with interviews with telling stories about the year after and the he elaine and you know how i adjusted to life without my mom and how those lessons that i learned are still with me and how. I'm learning how to take care of myself. But they were talking before we started today about self care and self compassion and one of the things i wanted to you know i just really feel like i want to put this in a book. Form his earth stories. That i didn't include on on the journey and i'd like to go back to it. I'm re editing ed and putting together and we'll put together a book proposal and try choose Pitch it and see if i can get a literary agent and a publisher. The publisher that i had arranged for my first book would not be right for this. So i would need to start from scratch and then if i can get some interest that great if not left to self publish it or do any book. There's a lot of people who don't listen to podcast as you know you know especially older people like my dad. We're going to fix that. I mean we literally had to tell them. This is what you do. Take your phone. Yeah the iphone. Okay go to the podcast app. You know there's a lot of people. Joan are even young people to have their like. Never listen to five guests. So i really think that i'd like to get it out in a boat for him. To said life in the a zone is a book. Or maybe i'll change the title of the this one originally. I was going to call it. Don't forget how don't forget how or because that was the last words of wisdom. My mom said today after that hospital visit when descent pissed off at me. And i was. I went back like a week later and we just did not end while that day in the hospital when i yelled out for pulling out her. Iv and booth and she looked like a little girl who had been scolded in. I was a mass. And i felt awful screaming for the nurse screaming. Mom what did you do. It was just. I was not one of my better days so the next week i went to memory care unit as to see her and as i was leaving to sit in the chair and she said she just looked at me and said. Don't forget how good you are. And i was like it was like it was coming from somewhere else. Like my mom's never told me that before and walks out on. Wow i so needed to hear that that day because i was beat myself up about how had acted at the hospital the week before and to hear her. Tell me that it was like my mom was barely talking at that point. Something so profound came out of you know. Don't forget how good your and i thought that would be a really great title to the book. But now i have this brand of life. In the as i went the podcast will probably be life in the is the assad title. I like i like the life in the as zone. That's really cool. There's an author that i interviewed last year. Jack cohen he wrote a book called life on planet. All's which is a you know. So when i hear title it reminds me of his and i think those are kinda catchy and they kept your interest but i i love that story and it reminds me the saturday before the shutdown for the kovin. I was with my mom. And i brought you know because the one thing with the memory care. I always knew that all of us were a team. I never expected the care staff to do stuff for me or in the or do do things for mom that i could handle. You know if i was there in we were a team to take care of mom. The one gal that was in charge of showers and she got the brunt of moms combativeness she said. Oh your mama. She's gonna need like house coats which was like Now my mom doesn't wear the side brought you know really nice soft fuzzy knight slippers that she never wore and like a a bed jacket because they asked the actually asked me to be by her dresses. Because they'd be easier to put on and off in the wheelchair. Really glad. I didn't do that considering mom didn't last much longer after that. The one caregiver got my mom to like kind of laughing and smiling. My mom was asleep more than a week at this point and the last coherent words that i heard from my mom where you know time just flies and i watched that video of her that i did. You know the day after she died and i was like pan. She must have known something was coming. Because it was just wild. It's a really. I find the brain so fascinating and by wasn't an artist and creative person. I might go into brain research. But i don't think i.
"five guests" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Here's Veronica Waters and Jughead about him. President Biden touches on the Atlanta spawn mass murders during his address, promising to do all he can to address the gun violence, epidemic and root out systemic racism. I also want to thank the United States Senate For voting. 94 to 1 the past covert 19 Hate crimes Act to protect Asian American Pacific Islanders by noted that White House flags were still flying at half mast for Atlanta's eight victims with 10. More lives were taken in Colorado Senator Tim Scott's Republican response to President Biden's address contents. He's trying to put government and everybody's lives. We should be expanding opportunities and options for all families, not throwing money at certain issues because Democrats think they know bad the president's family plan. Proposal includes Universal, pre K Free Community College in federal paid family Leave. First Lady Jill Biden hosts a virtual reception for guests who ordinarily would have joined her in a box at the U. S. Capitol for the address, she says the five guests personify themes in the president's speech. He knows that these aren't just issues to be debated or polled. The challenges that shape your lives, Dr. Biden told her guests that everything the president is doing is for them. Twitter is having a field day with a sleepy senator, as Ted Cruz is spotted falling asleep during President Biden's congressional address, some of the comments included calling him Ted Snooze, Double DS Reduced time. Seven Oh, three new federal charges for the three Men behind bars awaiting trial for killing Ahmad Armory, Double The ESPYs. Michelle write reports live. A federal grand jury handed up the indictments Wednesday afternoon. That's right, Travis and Gregory McMichael, along with Really, Um Roddy Brian are now facing federal attempted kidnapping and hate. Crime charges in the killing of the 25 year old Aubrey in Brunswick last year, WSB senior legal analyst Ron Carlson explained. The new indictment realized on the federal statute, which makes it a serious felony to attack and injure someone on a kind of his or her race, religion or sexual orientation. The cases former prosecutor joy at home sales Channel two action news she's pleased with the moon was very happy to hear that the indictments came down to make Michael's are also facing an additional federal weapons charge. Reporting live, Michelle right, 95. Mi five. WSB speaking as a private citizen, he says former Atlanta Mayor Cassim Retells Kiss one of 4.1 the city's crime greatest unacceptable metal detectors on fifth Plaza Lenox Square Mall. Are you kidding me? In our lifetime we've never seen, Reid says he feels a lot of calls about running for mayor again. But that's not part of his plans. Crime is shaping up to be the central issue with the mayoral race. Mayor Bottoms has called it a covert crime wave. Nobody has produced time. Seven. Oh, five were reporting on this story too little later this hour. The plane to put up 10,000 new streetlights in Atlanta is part of the effort to fight crime. It'll make the the pictures a little easier to turn on all the security cameras. It's five minutes after seven o'clock, it's timed up day. Weather and traffic. WSB beer all destruct. Mellish Jackson with Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast, right, Scott forecast for today. Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy, little more humid on Lee a 30% chance of an isolated shower by the end of the Day or this evening. Hi 81 lows tonight 57 to 60 tomorrow Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy. High 78 Low's 50 to 54 Saturday mostly sunny to partly sunny highs. 78 Low's 53 to 57 Recapping the forecast for today. Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy, little more humid on Lee a 30% chance of an isolated shower late day or evening in a high around 81. Yesterday was 83 right now is 64 on Peachtree Street. I mean, the rocks is correct knowledge. 95.5 WSB. Let's get on top of the morning driving.
Why Dermatologists Are Horrified by the Way Gwyneth Paltrow Applies Sunscreen
"I did want to mention at the time of this recording that there has been a recent gwyneth paltrow controversy in which she filmed when some sort of skin care routine video for vogue and in the video she insinuates. She says she's not a person who slather sunscreen all over her body and then she quote dabs it onto the parts of her face the get son in the video. It looks like she only wear sunscreen. Unlike her cheekbones and her forehead bone and while because there has been a controversy that has evolved out of this. You know there has since been a comment released from goop in which they say that. Oh yes of course. She uses mineral sunscreen minerals screen all over her face but you know caroline runs past fep further past forever thirty-five guests and all around i think really wise to the point person when it comes to skin care i would. I would agree with that assessment. She went to town and she really called gwyneth and vogue out four posting this video e even as goop has insinuated. It was edited and it made it sound like. She doesn't wear as much sense renee. She does whatever they were. Still responsible for airing the video and it's it's misinformation and one thing that i really appreciated the caroline said was she was like she called out like dermatologists and skin care influencers. And she's like please. Don't don't be afraid to speak out about this just because gwyneth paltrow is a powerful person.
"five guests" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"It's going to be lost. In hundreds of millions little be lost in wyoming and near i mean hundreds and hundreds of millions is going to be lawson in the state of new mexico and people say well. This'll be when when this actually happens right when you it's gonna decline. It starts declining right when you the moment businesses are anxious and they start pulling back which trust me. This can happen in his quickly. Six months and there are ready. Just they're already spending their capital on lawyers right now. So they're not gonna they're gonna start firing people or letting them go if they're not busy And they're going to be able to drill can't so this is going to start having an immediate. But it's interesting that the majors just didn't know they didn't give a lot of color and illumination because they they don't have it you know they don't yet have the have the information so we're going to have to wait and i think what will be really interesting as we didn't see conaco philip spot cacho and they talked a little bit about it and they basically said hey we got we think this moratorium to degree. I mean they mentioned how bad it would be if it wasn't you know in this is not the course of the. Us should be going but they said this is a sixty day moratorium and we expect we can continue to get permits. That's not what's going to happen. I really don't. I do not think that's what's going to happen that this is just a sixty day pause and that they bought conscious so they are really really exposed on that front. And that's going to be very problematic. So you're saying that there may be a disconnect between what relation says let realities is. Yeah and you know. I mean i've always been. I've read through their earnings call love earning season. I can't wait for the next five guests because we're gonna have the next few weeks. We'll have all the the independence and i love it because you learn a ton but i also kind of like it is like it's like i like ripping on them and analyzing putting it back back together. I think you you gave it to. Bp fine by me Let's finish with a discussion of what could happen with dakota access this week so you think based on some conversations with people in dc. There's a good chance that the army corps will order dappled shut in and remove barrels We wrote about this week At east daily we focus on the midstream. We map twenty. Three hundred pipeline received points model eleven hundred assets from the ground up. We map every rig and every well to gathering and processing system so we're very tuned in to what could happen if dapple gets shut down bottom line is it's it's definitely it will increase net bax by a certain amount of dollars. Probably probably five bucks off the midpoint as things go to rail and probably discourages some activity at the margin. But you seem to think on balance that The delegates shut in this week. I mean i think that there's so i've been saying that if you're just paying attention to the the first order from sector interior and then the executive orders that and you know two hours into being in office of the acts keystone excel that. This is not very hard for me to say yes. I'm pretty sure that they're going to empty dakota access the legal. There's interesting legal repercussions for that. Because essentially they don't have the permit right so they're saying you gotta do this environmental impact statement and thus under review but the army corps of engineers is supposedly going to come out next week and say something and it sounds like..
"five guests" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Reopening the reacting rotation has taken place. How will it have healthcare's of is saying very much in five guests what's mixed surely. It's better to have an extension. What if this is going to be industry wide. At least there's one question you can have answer where to keep We have the latest world and national news. Right here this department policy he had long had. This is about people that you care about bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening. The world's financial decision makers connect on the bloomberg terminal the buy side and the sell side together collaborating across markets in countries in real time sharing ideas negotiating trades and forming an influential network of over three hundred and twenty five thousand financial professionals that helps power global markets. Isn't a time you join them. Requested demo at bloomberg dot com slash professional dot com and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings broadcasting twenty four hours a day number dot com the bloomberg business app and bloomberg. Quick take this is bloomberg radio the employment numbers already glide jobless things should be doing substantially better than they are now recovery is not normal the upside we do not have a playbook for this environment which keel says that's the central banks will allow us to fund. Managers love steve pair of baden vestich and love it. Generally we will get hired patient. But it's mostly because..
"five guests" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Reopening the reacting rotation has taken place. How will it have healthcare's of is saying very much in five guests what's mixed surely. It's better to have an extension. What if this is going to be industry wide. At least there's one question you can have answered where to keep We have the latest world and national news. Right here this for policy he had long had. This is about people that you care about bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening in the financial capital of the world. Twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com on the bloomberg business app and bloomberg tape. This is bloomberg radio from bloomberg world headquarters. I'm charlie pellett removal of the final hour of trading on this friday february twelfth contract for up week Right now we are looking at a mixed day for. Us stocks we've got The snp trading at a record nasdaq also advancing to a record while the dow jones industrial averages slumping. Let's begin with the dow down fifty seven. Drop right now of two tenths of one percent. The snp up three up. One tenth of one percent nasdaq by seventeen up by one tenth of one percent bottom line stocks really little changed at records as investors signs. That washington is moving forward with a spending bill. The snp has been swinging between gains and losses ahead of a long holiday weekend for a lot of people. After touching records markets of struggle to extend the rally amid mixed signals and a lack of fresh catalysts as vaccines are distributed to millions the emergence of a new virus. Uh variant threatens to extend lockdowns and delay economic recoveries and..
"five guests" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Reopening the reacting rotation has taken place. How will it have healthcare's of is saying very much in five guests what's mixed surely. It's better to have an extension. What if this is going to be industry wide. At least there's one question you can have answered where to keep We have the latest world and national news. Right here this departed for a policy. He had long had. This is about people that you care about bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening from the financial capital of the world. Twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com on the bloomberg business app and bloomberg. Quick tape this is bloomberg radio markets headlines and breaking news twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com the bloomberg business app and bloomberg. Quick tape this is a bloomberg business flash bloomberg world headquarters. I'm charlie pellett today. We are looking at a record. For the nasdaq composite index. They move lower for the dow jones industrial average at the close the dow down nine s and p higher by six but a fifty three point. Jump for the nasdaq composite index up four tenths of one percent at the close late day. Rally their nasdaq composite index. Now at fourteen. Thousand twenty. Five as i mentioned up six that was a gain of six tenths of one percent the down narrowing its loss at the close to seven points down less than one tenth of one percent ten year yield one point one five percent down five thirty seconds. We had West texas intermediate crude lowered today by one point two percent fifty seven ninety seven for a barrel of west texas intermediate crude so a mixed day on wall street today with the dow and..
"five guests" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Reopening the reacting rotation has taken place. How will it have healthcare's of is saying very much in five guests what's mixed surely. It's better to have an extension. What if this is going to be industry wide. At least there's one question you can have answered where to keep We have the latest world and national news. Right here this departed for a policy. He had long had. This is about people that you care about bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening broadcasting twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com on the bloomberg business app and at bloomberg quick take. This is bloomberg radio now. A global news update. Millions of americans are counting on the next stimulus check. President biden is now refusing to cut the size of the next check. He says people were promised fourteen hundred dollars. And that's what they'll get. He turned down calls from some republicans to drop the amount to one thousand dollars. But it's still unclear who get payment. Democrats are considering lowering the income level to those who make fifty thousand or less. The money is part of the next coronavirus relief. Package to republican congressmen are being told to pay out for not going through metal detectors in the us capital. Brian shook has the very latest. Louie gohmert and andrew. Clyde were fined five thousand dollars friday if they do it again. It'll be ten thousand. The added security was put in place. After last month's deadly attack on the capital at the time gohmert was one of the members seen bypassing the detectors. The fines are deducted directly from their salaries. I'm brian shook a texas woman charged..
"five guests" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Reopening the reacting rotation has taken place. How will it have healthcare's of is saying very much in five guests what's mixed surely. It's better to have an extension. What if this is going to be industry wide. At least there's one question you can have answered where to keep We have the latest world and national news. Right here this for policy he had long had. This is about people that you care about bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening a financial capital of the world. Twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com on the bloomberg business app and bloomberg take. This is bloomberg radio voting wind vaccination as maybe the auction's going sauce. The market's gonna struggle at some point this year. There are a lot of people who can't come back to work. there is still a lot of scope for scarring the labor market. Stick the downturn in the the shape. It's clear that the destination for this year is kobe off. This is bloomberg surveillance with tom. Keene jonathan ferrell and lisa abramowicz. We're all new york city audience worldwide. Good morning good morning. This is bloomberg surveillance live on bloomberg tv and radio along side tom. Cain least rabbits on. Jonathan farrow futures. Up twenty points so he s and pay five hundred all time highs this friday morning. Tom kaine hirose friday. Just around corner friday here at eight thirty. We've got lots of good conversation on that john but what it was the all night or we saw in. The senate is dr stimulus. You mentioned lawrence summers in the washington..
"five guests" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Reopening the reacting rotation has taken place. How will it have healthcare's of is saying very much in five guests what's mixed surely. It's better to have an extension. What if this is going to be industry wide. At least there's one question you can have answered where to keep We have the latest world and national news. Right here this departed for a policy. He had long had. This is about people that you care about bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening capital of the world. Twenty four hours a day boomberg dot com on the bloomberg business app and bloomberg quick tape. This is bloomberg radio bloomberg businessweek inside from the reporters. And editors who bring you. America's most trusted business magazine plus mobile business finance tech news as it happens. Bloomberg businessweek with carol massar bloomberg takes. Tim's dinovite on bloomberg radio right right with the world we're back in our interactive brokers studio here in new york city both of us were also streaming on youtube. It is february third wednesday and listen. It's the news that stunned investors happen late. Yesterday we thought we were gonna be talking about amazon earnings instead we talked about. We got a new. Ceo okay so. I was left speechless. Listeners of this program. I have to say i was pleased to hear earlier today on quick. Take a brad stone literally wrote the book twenty thirteen the everything store by favorite business books. He had a similar reaction. So i felt okay. You know he screamed an expletive when an insider as he told us on quick take earlier today..
"five guests" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson
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"five guests" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast
"So Did you hear anything about it. So when you're in boot camp or when you were in You know when you were about to be deployed at five guests fox co or the worst called any based. yeah yes. I can never remember how to pronounce it when you're there. Is there like people coming back and being like this is what it's kinda like or how does it. How does it affect the The people in general like you know you're you're your soldiers. Are they talking constantly about. This is where i wanna be. I wanna be here. I want to be here. Well that play. Sounds like we're gonna die. This place sounds like we're like we might survive. How does that go will still the marines are i we. We were preparing for either theater. So we repaired appearing for both iraq and or afghanistan during our initial workup You know he had some down the amazing guys that were have been deployed before to bill. Sinoe some of the even older seniors wanna say had been to afghanistan in the earlier years and then a lotta of them had been through You know iraq some eating palooza the push volusia the original invasion And so he had just a ton of experience Weighted heavily on that experience for those guys that have you know gone before. You've been there done that to help initially train the guys that you're you're with now We we prepared strategically for both theaters. to operate in a capacity that was going to be most beneficial for us but as soon as we found out that we were going to afghanistan. Of course things changed a little bit We started doing our research We we learned it. You know the the terrain and the individuals and the culture there was of course. There were similarities between iraq and afghanistan. But it was culturally differ so we we started learning pashtoon instead of A lot of the languages spoken in iraq in that end there are ninety eight different dialects of pasture in polish ship in afghanistan and so ninety eight. Yeah it's ridiculous let alone that it's in top ten hardest languages to learn in all the world so that was a definite They've started shipping us to language classes and stuff like that. Yeah even nikolai in esa. Why they they were training guys for language. No this is Afterwards when you guys you guys were already in a already in hawaii right. Yeah we already in our you know teams now. Yes for preparing for that. Though a what was what was that build up like. Because this is this has been going on for years now right and knowing that you were going to have ghanistan knowing that you were going to hit some you know. Knowing that marines and coalition forces had already been there are to have a at eta a presence there for quite some time What was the build of like knowing that you were going to go somewhere in afghanistan. Us weren't sure where What happened you. Prepare yourself mentally for that. After learning about you know the general region because we didn't we still didn't know where to precisely was that we were gonna end up so you kind of just kind of you blake. Train is what they call it. a blanket. Prepare for a lot of different avenues of approach that you could possibly end up in and once we were in country We found out that we were going to club across time which a little bit later on. I'll explain how the taliban actually took that back over after. We laughed Along that road to get into Our fob was The deadliest road in the world and harvard. Yeah route five. One five is dead this road in other world just because of the king the id threat. They're the majority of that. Route itself was comprised of what they called moon dust in. It's just a really really fine. It's almost like a powder flour. Okay so it. At any given about off put nath maybe even two feet deep in some areas but the majority of this road was predominantly. This moon dust get that you could throw any sort of bond. You wanted to out into this road. You wouldn't even buried in canada's burying itself was like quicksand and we started doing all this research on it. And you know that's been kinda came full circle. And then of course experiencing there during the during the first point was roughing itself and you know there was a lot of different times. Where you'd have convoys that were approaching your job or a patrol base. What have you you know that new vehicle deal disabled. Almost you know. I'd say statistically speaking one out of every maybe three four patrols somebody would hit ninety vehicle in depending on size you know it would we. Didn't we didn't have the the right vehicle for that theater at the time. I don't believe we did Because we we still had a lotta humvees and home. These were not. They didn't carry the upper armor that you really needed for the types of route. And i think that the military was trying to get those to us But we didn't we were that transitions unit. That was trying to obtain these vehicles in order to do these mountain patrols that we were doing especially along this route that The they may be quite in time. So i'm curious 'cause we talk about this route a lot Why did why is there. Never been like a a decision made to switch it like i. If this if this route is the route that like is is so dangerous like dangerous road in you know. Your people are going to die here. People have died here. Why why would the military continue. I mean is it. Is it just like the most easiest most accessible road or is there any other reason for to take it. Does that make sense of kind of what i'm asking. Yeah it's the only road it's because out there is there. Terrain is comprised of What they call waffle fields has seen those before if their their fields. That are they build up these sort of ditches and little mounds that are like Like dirt berms fight and you look out too. Many the outposts there. You'll see these if it looks like a the.
"five guests" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Reopening the reacting rotation has taken place. How will it have healthcare's of is saying very much in five guests what's mixed surely. It's better to have an extension. What if this is going to be industry wide. At least there's one question you can have answered where to keep We have the latest world and national news. Right here this departed for a policy. He had long had. This is about people that you care about bloomberg radio the bloomberg business app and bloombergradio dot com bloomberg. The world is listening from the financial capital of the world. Twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com on the bloomberg business app and bloomberg. Quick tape this is bloomberg radio bloomberg markets through funny quinn polls. We can kind of view the volatility in the marketplace here the harshest downturn for american workers in history companies across the board across industries. Really trying to shore up their balance sheets very very disturbing dynamics at work breaking market news and insight from bloomberg experts usually so look the speed of vaccine development. Because of all the dislocations there's always relative value trades that you could be doing this could be a you shake recession than a v shaped profession. Certainly i think everyone bloomberg markets with funding quinn and polls weenie on bloomberg radio. Good monday morning from new york city and points beyond to our worldwide audience coming up. We're going to chat with martha steele house. That's marketing company. Get his thoughts on. The social media bans on president trump across various social media platforms plus. We're also going to chat with susan divorced. Ceo of healthcare company premier. Get her thoughts on vaccine distribution in healthcare under a balloon..
"five guests" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)
"Twenty twenty one. This is the show we talk about things and my name's henry and my name's twenty twenty one vision john and together we're henry and twenty twenty one vision. John i hope i said that right. Whatever my memory is shit lately doesn't matter and we're coming straight you to discuss the cultural happenings. That there guys as they happen will not as they happen. We're live on the scene of right now at the happen. Mean still. we're right now at mark wahlberg. Mnisi shot milan's the happening right. We are we are walking up to mark wahlberg in the happening and just we're going to ask them what's going on. Mark wahlberg in the happening is viciously beating. Someone is that happened in that movie. No but it's happened in mark wahlberg life. You're right you're absolutely right didn't have allegedly i guess seven alleged. I pretty sure that's a fact i. I always liked to lean hard on an allegedly just to protect us like legally. Yeah you don't want you'd henry of no idea what hell any amount of legal pressure could bring to this. Podcast i'll if we faced the merest hint of resistance. The five guests will be over high. We would immediately delete everything. There would be no trace of this. I would fold like a house of cards right. I am not about to call any of might to lawyer friends to be like. Hey what do i do. Because they would probably say. Pack it up. It's over. yeah honestly as far as as like a value proposition goes. Come on dami we've never even like. Llc does venture oh you're not in the llc nominee where the llc for this venture yeah what yeah wanna a member of what zero credits llc. Okay there is no zero credits llc. If there is one that would make you the sole owner. While i mean. Do you want to join. i would love to join. What's the bug and ask the guys. I gotta ask the gun. He's the guy he the guys. It's a new year here on the podcast and to that end i'm gonna crack. Open a cold one. I'm also cracking. Open a cold woman interesting. How we both said a cold. One who mine is tasty minds. Also very tasty john when she asked me about it. Oh what are you drinking henry. While i'm drinking a new little product comes from a company you might have heard. They're kind of big on the scene right now. It they're called coca cola. And i'm drinking eight zero sugar. How are you doing that dry january..
Learning and Unlearning
"We have decided that we are going to come up with some very tangible and specific goals. Related to anti-racists, work and supporting black creators, black businesses by organizations We're still kind of figuring all this out. And so I anticipate, we will be able to announce a concrete plan within the next couple of weeks, but in the meantime we wanted to talk about some of the things that we're doing and we also wanted to highlight some. Black owned. Beauty Skin care and wellness businesses because I think on the show, one of the things that haven't done a good enough job of is. Spending money and publicising the work of black owned beauty. and there's a lot of really amazing ones out there, so we put together a list and again we ought. We will link to these in the show on our website. We encourage you to patronize these companies. and. Yeah so here are a few that we have highlighted and I also want to shout out. There is very helpful thread on fat mass scares facebook group. That asked for recommendations of black owned beauty businesses, and I learned a lot there and I also learned a lot from. Cosmopolitan beauty director Julie Wilson's instagram. She has a couple of highlights in her instagram. Stories of black owned businesses that I would highly recommend you. Check out and again we will also link to that. Okay so in the kind of skin-care slash wellness category we have a company called honeypot which offers pads. tampons wipes etc.. All natural they look amazing. Company called Black Girl sunscreen which is. Why they say it's Sunscreen made by women of color for people of color because we get sunburned to, and it's sunscreen that dries clear and. I think it's SPF thirty. And again cruelty free. All natural moisturizing etc.. Company called clear. Which is this? Super, luxurious, seeming botanical based skin, care and self care products from a woman who is trained as an esthetician and. Former forever thirty five guests Brooke of art. The host of naked beauty loves their body oil. So I have ordered some and I'm going to try it for myself. I'm very excited, it seems. Amazing. Hana Hannah beauty which is a wellness and skincare brand that pays double the fair trade rate for shea butter from Ghana and they have shea butter in a vanilla scent of Lavender I think Eucalyptus sent. And I think they've of Vanilla. Amber sent as well. Which? Sounds Great Oh and they've they've unscented. UNSCENTED, Shea, butter, and LEMONGRASS, so I ordered some eucalyptus show body butter. Because, you just just makes me feel like I'm at a SPA. It's a delicious smell. It's such a great smell. It is great smell. I'm really really looking forward to getting that shea butter. Company called Gold with an e which has superfood based Lotto blends and facemasks kate. I like you would get into. Some of their products yeah actually was. Already looking. into. I have you're
Who Will Serve as Godparents to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Son Archie
"A royal christening is taking place this weekend baby Archie son to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be christened at the Windsor Castle along with some twenty to twenty five guests now there have been some interesting rumors that Serena Williams and Oprah could be tapped as godparents royal expert Katie Nicole says it's probably unlikely hustling think it would be unlikely I think they are more likely to go with close friends people who Harry has grown up we certainly would make it interesting they also have plans for Archie's first overseas trip you bet there's gonna be a lot of media coverage for that that's going to be to Africa later this