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"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off

Main Engine Cut Off

03:54 min | 3 months ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off

"Center from washington was representing Can't well can't was representing blue origin. Interest you've got the house representative from texas. Eddie bernice johnson who is actively working against spacex for some reason In her i was gonna ask you about that as a as a native texan yourself. What is going on there. Well if you look at her political donations for for a long time. She's gotten money from lockheed she's from the dallas fort worth area. They've got a big casino. They make the thirty five's right. Yes i mean. I think she's clearly got some lockheed support and they're no fans spacex and now lockheed of course as not just a ryan but in interest in the engines in Nfl s so that the congress dimension very unsure about because it is a new congress. There are different people in charge of different committees. But also i don't know the the failure scenario if congress hates decision is that they don't fund the lander and that's where we were ten minutes before this award they didn't fund the lander. So what is the. what is the failure scenario. Now that nasa has went all in with starship that i mean let's be honest. Two point nine billion over four years is like what seven hundred seven hundred and fifty million a year. Probably got a bump it up a little for nasa overhead. I mean if you're if you're given a space x can do the land for that money and this is not like this is not the laki lander which is twenty billion dollars. Right spacex already put in. i would guess what. What do you think they've self invested in starship. Five billion something like that. I mean it's it's got to be on it. It's a lot The the the hiring that they've done in south texas is pretty remarkable in there just Money is is no longer an option for spacex which is really interesting to see the move that philosophy but but anyway they don't need twenty billion dollars for human landing system like date they they just put it down. They said we need three. And now they need money for space suits And but what's congress could provide zero funding. I guess for human landing system. But i don't think i don't think the democrats are gonna do that to the administration are they. I mean i don't think so. In my recommendation to spacex would be get an amtrak logo on starship as soon as you can and then just just dial it up. Amtrak joe going to the moon baby. We're building amtrak to the moon proposal. I mean it is. It is building the railroads like that You know it's interesting. Because like like we said nasa is awesome does not need that much. More money because spacex is going to be investing in starship And so their move was interesting. They're gonna placate no congress with with this an nelson talked about this too. But they're going to have this follow on competition for recurring missions. In my guess is that they'll sort of throw some money you know into that pot for these other ideas. The problem is if you give blue origin lockheed or genetics. Three hundred million or five hundred nine year to continue studying. They're not going to be doing much of anything. I mean i know for a fact. The employees lockheed already had the expectation that if they were working on. Hls do not anymore bike I know someone else who's going to stop work order. Who is doing work. On dynamic slander. So the fanciful notion that these companies jeff bezos. Who's going to sell. Fund is lander away..

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"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"I'm using them for a red sox game. You know there's a couple of games left and they're great. Also mybookie use code over time for all you degenerate gamblers to get great deals on. You're gambling sat so oh thank you Peter for my general South Shut up Peter who bought me general south tonight you're so fucking lovely also brought to you by Peter also brought brought to you by Peter. Thanks Byron all right. Let's do some fan questions. starting off from our discord channel mixer join the talk some soccer and hang out first question comes from Howard roark one six one he says can we rename the Europa League the clumpy cat litter box cup yeah I don't I yes. It's that's pretty far. You're more competition name. Whatever you want like there's a reason to care about cubs named the care about cop named the Euro believed leaky make League League feet face for all I care worthless competition just united beat a Straw today one zero because of Mason Greenwood in the seventy third minute by the way yeah warrantless competition does not matter more as much as a copycat litterbox all right next question comes from drunk uncle? He says imagine a straight line of fourth graders running at you. How many could you fight off until you are overwhelmed? ooh That's a great question straight line so three the three hundred fifty of fourth graders running at you. How many could you take down tired probably got? How many would it be till you got got tired? I I feel like fifteen feeling I didn't happen. You're in better shape than me and I know I could take down more than fifteen fourth graders. Have you seen them Kevin Fourth grader young. They're like well. We got some questions. Here are some have been held back in fifth graders I need to do I have weapon. I Yeah I don't know man. There's you've seen like how old are you in fourth grade like ten. I'd say like fourteen fourteen seems like a good fourth grade. You're going into a high score you hi. Are you talking about. Well okay. Maybe like twelve twelve now twelve year like in middle school now. They're like ten okay then I could could take down. At least I'd say I was saying at least eight hundred confirming right now. they're not nine nine nine. Oh I could fuck. I could fuck some nine years up dude. Oh do I get any weapons. A bat can weekly quickly on. I'm I'M GONNA say I'M GONNA move it up at least twenty and then I'll get tired and probably feel bad. I I'M GONNA go with like four or five hundred nine year olds they. They don't have a chance most titles in single file. Now now in single file is like one coming at you and I'm GonNa make a caveat. I have to look at their actual transcript to make sure they're in fourth grade fight them and then I get to fight another one so I'm gonNA say like five or six hundred actually bring those fourth graders on okay well next question Dr Ass eat fast says if Martin and your cat were according onto a cliff and you could only save one. Who would it be Kevin? That's easy my cat like me yeah for sure. I WANNA die. Yeah I have Martin wants to die. Mike Catt like honestly but then again if I drop my cat he wouldn't give Schick is cats. Do not give a shit about anything. You probably all right cool nice all right. He'd also scratch you if you try to save him. Oh yeah if I saved them. You just bite me so I don't know I I you know Second Kevin. That's true you would never bite me so I'm probably going to pick you over Theo all right next question from our twitter followers at lives underscore podcast Reno Santa's Rui he is the host of the Red card report he took me to the AC Milan Porto no benefit game at Gillette Stadium. He's the fucking Shit so make sure to listen to his podcast. He says what is your Darby Della Madonia prediction so a Milan Derby. What is your predictions and I'm GONNA go injure? I feel like better coach. I know this is going to kill Ruiz heart but even though they just can't and also the Internet came off a bad match so I'm always GonNa take team who came off a bad match and it's GonNa Bounce back and they're going to do it in the Milan Darby. Yeah I mean I really think that Inter Milan has built better and security better coach in this past three years that both of these teams have been building these teams. I think that content is just bad. I think this acme long team is full of Rio improve talent and as much as the lie gazing Milan I don't something there at the level of AC Milan but at the San Sierra man anything can happen and I'll always be rooting for AC Lawn so let's Go ACM along. Let's go easy Milano refer you rui but I don't feel good about it. All right our finals questions from our instagram first question comes from Sweeney how junior he says. How do you feel about your team's performance in the Champions League this week? Sorry had to well fuck you rob that was united beat Estrada. Have you heard that we'd beat Estrada in the League. Make League Face League in the Kitty Clump litterbox league yeah. What does the Frankfort two so two WS bad question? Yes suck it rob all right next question N. G. host ten says how do do you feel that Arsenal guy clean sheet with Louise Jacques Cousteau fee starting hugs and kisses cool. I guess I I mean what do you want for me. I don't know what to tell you. I don't feel great. I mean it's cool but it's also Frankford in the Europa League. Whatever Martin is a good Frankford into Europe league dude that that summed it up perfectly like I guess I guess I don't no no do you? I don't know man. I guess there's so many arsenal fans who keep chirping me being like Oh Kevin like come on you. GotTa think about the positive what bucket bucket positive I mean saga was great in the game. We had some great performances tonight but then again we're playing in the league. It's just doesn't fucking matter is a league. We're like literally to the end. If we do win it which doubt you know. That's why everyone keeps. 'em restored admit that at the end everyone will oh syllabi like ha ha banter. FCC finally when their first European trophy but it's your opening I'd be like well. Fuck me. What do you want from us? It's a lose lose. Situation are let me give you a metaphor. Oh for real quick in terms of the Europa League which I don't believe in but metaphor nonetheless is pretty good so imagine you're going to like Taco Bell or McDonald's Donald some share and you order something like a salad or a Taco Salad and you need some plastic utensils to eat said salad and at the end of the day you get all the way home and you open your Taco bell bag and you don't get any utensils you don't get any classic utensils and that is when when you realize that plastic silverware is very very important so it might be his bread and butter but at least he's delivering trophies United Emory is making sure there are some plastic utensils in that Taco bell bag every single year so don't count it out ourselves going to at least go to the Europa final again this year because you not emory most considerate drive-thru host make make sure there's some plastic silverware and they're sure that sounds awesome anyway. That's that's that's. That's our show. Thank you guys so much for hanging out. make sure to check out our shirts which are pretty sick. If you WANNA buy one go ahead the links are in our social media or.

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"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:03 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Sixteen TPC San Antonio. Welcome back to the ATM stutter. It's the San Antonio Spurs and the Memphis grizzlies, and this is the final home game for a while. The Spurs have a four game road trip. Coming up later this week starting later this week against the Pacers on Friday night. I let's take a look at the starting lineups. Memphis comes in with a record of eleven and five are four and five of the road cooked by JD Bickerstaff in his second year. His record sixty three to eighty seven Mike Conley at the point six one one hundred twelfth year, Ohio State nineteen and a half points six assists, three rebounds, daughters, Garrett temple former star six six one nine thousand five hundred ninth year from LSU out in twelve points three and a half horse one assessed a small forward is also a former spur Kyle Anderson six nine to thirty fifth year of UCLA five and a half point six four forty three assess the power forward has Jaren Jackson junior rookie Michigan state six eleven to forty two. Thirteen point at Ford, and the Senator Baucus all these are seven one hundred fifty five thousand cetera and his love appear to Spain younger brother of spur how seventeen points nine and a half boards four system blocks from Arkansas once again for Memphis calmly chapel. Anderson Jackson Vishal the Spurs they're eight and eight hundred Gregg Popovich now in his twenty third year. Pops record one thousand two hundred five wins and five hundred forty nine losses. At the point four six three one ninety third year. Michigan state thirteen points to an app assistant rebounds. The shooting guard is Marta rose in six seven to two thousand ten years from USC twenty five point six four six. Assists steel small forward. Rudy gay six eight to thirty thirteenth year. Connecticut, fourteen and a half point, seven boards and two assists. Dante Cunningham, six eight to thirty eleventh year Villanova in five points and four boards. Coming up nineteen point performance against New Orleans and starting at center, lamarcus Aldridge six eleven to sixty thirteenth year from Texas seventeen points, eleven boards to assist on a block. But now in the throes of a shooting. Sloppy was just two for eleven field against New Orleans again for the Spurs Rosen. Georg Aldridge, Forbes and Cunningham marquee match up inside piled assault or Marcus. All we should say against lamarcus Aldridge LA played well in a home win over Golden State Sunday. But again struggled on the floor against Orleans off to a very good start this year, seventeen points and nine and a half boards. He's the game brought to you by Saint Philip's college one cut down on pain points. The pelicans score. Opponents season high seventy eight points to paint on Monday. I be more physical Becky Hammon Salzburg's radio Monday night. She thought the pelicans with more festival aggressive FEMA Monday and better-balanced Rosen's been carrying quite a load Spurs have other capable scores like Aldridge gay belly. And mills I just about ready to go the Spurs and the grizzlies the grizzlies and the road light blue with dark, blue and gold. Trim Spurs their familiar home white with a whack and silver trim. The officials red barn e Brian forte and Jason Gobel. Twenty eight thousand nine hundred I presented by HEB hip is controlled by the grizzlies, and we are underway from the AT and T center. Glad you're with us tonight on the Spurs radio network carrots apples got the ball for the grizzlies. We'll take a left side around a screen by Jaren Jackson junior. Jaren Jackson has got it outside finds calmly cutting to the free throw. I back to Jackson all alone for a slam dunk. Give Conley and assist. The first two points. The ball games belong to Jaren Jackson junior. I possession for the Spurs. Grinned Forbes guarded out by my colleague offscreen by Aldrich, cutting her right side. Now, the top Aldridge swings left to Rosen says a screen for him off that screen to roses from the elbow down the lane line against temple leans those shots straightaway. Three now for bring Forbes is offering Moga and Mark this all has the rebound for the grizzlies to nothing. Memphis this their second offense of possession oxide left. Garrett sample guarded by two rows and behind the back path left wing for three Mark the Saul and out. No, good rebound. Bring Forbes Forbes into the front middle floor angles left the Conway mid post Aldridge against Casale. He'll try to back down. That is not an easy task spins. Fires baseline jumper off the ram. No, good rebound tipped up and good by Rudy gay. We are tied at two ten fifty remaining in the opening quarter. Sideline left Garrett temple after Jackson. He's wins right to Anderson. High host Casale against Aldridge are marquee matchup. Fly wing calmly picked up switch by gay hollow by gays tech to the top. And now he's still keeps the dribble off of this all screen past assault. Top lane dribbles out of the key. And now off to the left side. It's temple step back corner three per gallon temple at the shot clock. Buzzers off the red and the rebound has chase down by Bryn Forbes who quickly brings it back Forbes trailer gate to the top. Now. Aldrich swings right to the Rosen screen by Aldridge on the right lane line, plus thirteen footer good for tomorrow to Rosen on the Spurs lead four to ten to the opening for Mike. Conley takes left side against Forbes tapas. Disol- swings left the temple sample weaves around the right side around the screen by Saul outside. Right. The Jackson played by Cunningham's Jackson's gonna drive on Cunningham put up a shot. No. But a foul on Dante Cunningham. I personal Fallon Cunningham of the first team foul and Jaren Jackson junior goes to the free throw line. He was the fourth pick. In the draft back in June. Had a very good career. Michigan state. Here's the son of former spur. Jaren Jackson was part of the ninety nine championship team. In fact, his dad is in the stands beside him. Watching this game. His first free throws off the back of the rim. No good. Jaren Jackson shooting. Seventy five percent of the free throw line, averaging thirteen points, four and a half boards and two blocks from the field forty percent. He struggled a bit from beyond the architect. Twenty four percent seventy five percents and ally. His second free throw is good and it's four threes. Firs two minutes to the ball game. All three Memphis points belong to the Wookey for Michigan state. Jaren jackson. Oxide. Right. It's for enforce looking for Aldridge. He has a top of the key against Jackson. Lamarcus just holds there. Now faces up on Jackson with nine to shoot uses one dribble Webster Forbes Forbes inside now to for saw or to Aldridge rather backing down on the paint turnaround jumper. No give it a foul and a couple of free throws coming up for lamarcus Aldridge. Jaren Jackson junior got him. I personal foul Jackson. And that's the first team foul against Memphis and lamarcus Aldridge will go to the free throw line. His. Eighty one percent of the free throw line for Aldridge. We mentioned his struggles against the pelicans when he was just two for eleven from the field. He continues to rebound that a nice high rate, though, he had ten boards. Not fall free. Throw is good for Aldridge. He was ten for sixteen against the Golden State Warriors on Sunday here at home in a win for the Spurs over the warriors both Rico's good for L A's got his first a six three lead for the Spurs nine thirty five to go here the opening quarter Garrett temple Allen is nine hundred years from LSU to the front court against Arosa. Everybody else down below the free throw live now be passed will come high posted assault. Let's it back to temple at the baseline kicked up. A switch by Aldrich. Eight to shoot. Calmly high post assault left corner. Temple. Dribbles gonna drive on Aldridge. Stop on the paint reverse jumpers. Good little reverse pivot. A turnaround. Jumper is good for temple. I six. Six five Spurs ninety five is only opening quarter. The Rosen down the left lane lie behind the back pass to the top of the key to the elbow was full of jumpers. Short and Kyle Anderson with the rebound for the grizzlies. Anderson fun Corp picks up his dribble high post disol- against Aldridge skipped past knocked away by Gabe and picked up by Colin left lane with twelve to shoot calmly around a scramble fire left wing three and that shots. Good for Mike. Conley as the Marta rose and got tied up on a screen by Jaren Jackson. I believe for Conway and Memphis regains lead. Eight six eight thirty five opening period. The Marta rose now front against Garrett step awaiting for a screen from Aldridge works around that screen ended up paint pulls up back to Aldridge in the pick and pop out of the right corner. Wide open three Dante Cunningham good picking up where you left off in Orleans when he went five for five beyond the arc. Dante cutting edge on the board the Spurs regained lead night eight. Eight fifteen to go first quarter calmly with a dribble left sideline works his way free. I three and that shot as good as he worked around us. Bike assault that's on back threes by calmly. He's got six eleven nine Memphis. Here's the Rosen post up on temple turnaround jumper in the lane is short and the rebound picked off by Anderson gets it ahead to calmly uptempo against Rudy gay high in the Whiteside calmly keep the dribble gets a screen from Jackson's now as a whistle and a foul is called against the Spurs. They're gonna call it on Dante Cunningham. That's the second personal foul on Cunningham in the second team found that may get. Times off the bench. And it does Donald Protais will check in for the first time for the Spurs. He was under the NBA concussion protocol and missed the game Sunday night and Monday night in New Orleans. He's back in there. Now, six points to boards and an assist for third year from Latvia. Temple pulls up from fifteen feet that jumper from the free. Throw line is good for Garrett temple at its thirteen nine four points for temple. Four point lead for the grizzlies seven thirty eight to going opening quarter, Bryan Forbes sideline left against congress. Top of the key Aldridge back to Forbes about Angola three now. We'll take a left-wing three off the dribble off the Mark rebound Anderson. That's his third defense aboard. Here's Anderson quickly up the floor for the grizzlies at the top of this Jackson's late by at the top of the key wind gusts all he has a right of the key analogous Aldrich spat between the circles temple around assault. Spring pick and pop to back down Aldridge. Kosov fadeaway jumper from fifteen is off the front of the rim defense rebound for the Spurs who trailed thirteen nine. Flop. Ask comes inside to Aldridge, but there's a foul on Saul. As gay was trying to find lamarcus inside. That's the first personal foul marked the solemn the second team foul against the Memphis grizzlies. It's a ten three run right.

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"five hundred nine years" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:49 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Mine a mentor mind senior coach Steve, Champa what's going on Jim yeah it's the weekend man good to see you good a CJ haired studio loss to talk about markets? Moving. Allot we just officially broke. The record for the longest bull market in history. And the s&p five hundred nine years. Up we'll concern about that I'm gonna talk a. Little bit about self directing and. Protected against downside loss capital preservation talking about selling. Short making money on the, downside today lots to cover good, market environment, right now to be a trader investor if you understand how and the key thing is if you understand how. Exactly and don't forget to head over to Facebook like is that bulls and bears, radio you can see a lot of the bloopers behind the scenes exactly what. You and I both looked like. Even Jay's what just happened exactly that's, just. Add just happen you know what you just said something that's key you know this is nine years straight the. Market's been. Running up in this, bull market a lot. Of people get complacent a lot of people would sit back and relax I think times are good Nothing. Bad can happen and you know what this reminds me a lot of, two thousand seven, a, lot, of people were complacent then that took the crash in two thousand this time right now where people shouldn't. Be relaxing they should, be focusing, on, actually understanding, how can. They do better how? Can, they protect how can. They focus how can. They. Pay attention instead of just hoping that this thing keeps going. The way waste going well and here's the question for the listeners do you really expect the market's going to continue. To go up for. The rest of your life and probably not so that means that at some point we're, going to have a, correction and retracement a pullback if. You will and we think it'll be substantial when that happens if you're. Not prepared for that you're gonna turn a winner, into a loser you have nine years of movement because most of the. Four one k. accounts and the managed, IRA's they tracked the s. and p. five hundred so when we say the market's up for nine years most foreign keizer up now? Here's. The real problem with the. Four one k. industry and the manage money industry. Is those, fees that you pay churn. Up so much of the profitability over time with. That account about fifty percent is. The actual number and so even though the markets. Up three hundred percent since The collapse of two thousand, eight most accounts are half of that or less. And so there's things that you, can do you can learn the skills to. Self direct at account and make money regardless of direction and prepare for the correction other words when the market starts to fall you don't have. To take the brunt of the loss you can eat a profit from the. Move, down or you can at least protect and preserve against capital and that involves learning the skills of self directing and self directing means managing your own money and the scary thing is you know Adam most people have their. Money under management they got it with some certified financial planner Invested adviser and. Everything has to go up for them to profit and we all know that if they could spend a few hours a week even a few hours a month managing, their own account. That they can do much better we've seen it in practice and we've seen it with a. Lot of people that have no track record or knowledge of the markets they've just learned the skill of self directing so it's becoming. More prominent and people are looking it's amazing because I. Beat people all time they say I need to take control this money because I'm, not sure, I'm going to have enough to make it before I die and that's, a big concern of baby boomers and it. Started to be concerned. The next generation generation x.. All the generations because your money. Is going to go away if you don't, know how to manage it handle it properly. And there's a problem and that's where self directed becomes so prevalent and so important for people while you know a. Champions interesting, that you talk about self directed, because you know what the average person doesn't like what. You said the average person is giving their money, to somebody else they're hoping that the person in the. Four one k. department at work is gonna you know look out for him and have them. In the best interests in, mind and, a, lotta times that's not the case people. Are account numbers people are just another dollar Nobody's actually. Sitting down and focusing on your account you say this all the time nobody, cares more about your money than, you but yet majority of the people had their money. To a stranger to manage it and people at all levels I mean I had the opportunity that very unique opportunity to go to. The hall of fame in canton Ohio the. Pro football hall of fame for John Maxwell event. And I was able to meet some top. Level CEO's, of different companies around the country and I met this guy runs a he's a sea of a multinational company and he's. Concerned about his former case that I'm worried. He goes I don't know what to tell my employees what to do with their money goes because I see a correction. Coming he goes and we don't know what, to do and. This is some guys made probably millions of dollars in his life and he's sitting in the. Market at risk and so it's not just distinct to people that have small accounts or people that are just day by day workers. People that are trying to get by even wealthy people. People that have tremendous success in corporate America they don't understand and now they're starting, to get, concerned because the market's at a record high they remember the collapse of, two thousand eight they realized that Notre gross. To the sky that. I have to prepare against Loss, and more importantly how do, I grow regardless of direction and so. They're starting to realize that if I don't take. Control this, bucket of money this, this nest egg if you will I'm going, to be at the whims of the market and people won't accept that and the reason is because it's not. Working the, math doesn't work they don't have enough money to retire and they're worried about running out and, the, key thing is is that if you learn the skills, of self directing you can prevent that from happening it's a different alternative and it's out. There it's available you don't have to, be smart you don't have to have, some sort of background technology or some sort of analyst or charged, or mathematician you just got to be willing to follow a system and we've seen people that really aren't that bright. Have tremendous success in the markets and nothing against, them and they tell you that themselves because they were able to learn system and that process is built around self. Directing well you got to manage your own money nobody's going to care about it like you do and that's why. People want to care about their money they want to. Self direct chip a lot of people don't, know how to, begin they don't know where to get started they think just by opening up. An account maybe at their local Bank that. Self directed and it's it's a step but it's not necessarily the right direction Well. If you think about it widow the wealthy you put their money they do normally put, it with a hedge, fund I mean, there's a show billions on TV and they talk about hedge fund managers and the. Wealthy people that have two million more traditionally, let somebody who manages. Their money be a hedge fund manager, which means they can make money. Regardless of direction up as good down as good and what it does is it, allows them to get those annual. Returns and not have to worry about market. Conditions imagine. If you and I could do. That on our own level in other words what our own retirement account in an IRA let's say and. You can do the exact same thing that hedge fund, manager does but do it in your spare time, in six to ten hours a month that's what we're. Talking about utilizing things like exchange traded funds in bond funds to produce interest rate returns that allow us to go, into, the market with virtually are capital not. At risk we could use the interest rate returns. Of a bond fund get a leverage products to get. A full position in the markets, and have very little of our own capital at. Risk and be able to take advantage. Of directional movement up or down that's available, and it doesn't take a high level knowledge, it's a skill set that's, learned over time and I believe that Most lists, could learn if they, spent the time and energy to go through the. Process absolutely and that's why Online Trading Academy the sponsor bulls and bears they have a class specifically on self directing a lot of people don't know where to begin a lot of people have four, one ks IRA's they're not actively managing they want to manage themselves they don't know. How to get started they don't know how to control that money and Online Trading Academy class specifically on self directing. Your own portfolio regardless of accounts is you can manage your own. 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"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:05 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Academy a friend of mine masterminds senior, coach Steve. Champa what's going. On, Jim Yeah it's the weekend man good to see you good to see Jay here. In studio lost to talk about markets moving a lot we just officially broke the record for the longest bull market, in history and the s&p five hundred nine years up we'll concern about that. Gonna talk a little about. Self directing and protected against downside loss capital. Preservation we'll talk about selling short making money on the downside today lots, to cover good market environment. Right now, to, be a trader investor if you understand. How and the key thing is if you understand how exactly and don't forget to head over, to, Facebook, like, is that, bulls and bears radio, you can see a lot of the bloopers behind the scenes exactly what you and I both. Looked like even Jay's on their what, just happened. Exact that's just add Stephon Jeb you know what you? Just said something. That's key you know this is nine years straight the market's been running up in this bull market a, lot of people get complacent a lot of people. Would sit back and relax they, think times are good, nothing bad. Can happen and you know what this reminds me a lot of two thousand seven a lot of people were complacent then took the crash in. Two thousand this is the time right now where people shouldn't be relaxing they. Should, be focusing on actually understanding how can they do better how can they protect how can they, focus, how can they pay, attention instead of just. Hoping that this thing keeps going the way it's going well and here's the question. For the listeners do you really expect the market's going to continue to go up for the rest of your life. And probably not so that means that at some point we're going to have a correction, and retracement. Pullback if you will and we think it'll be substantial when. That happens if you're not prepared for that you turn a winner a. Loser you have nine years of movement because most, of the four one k. accounts and the managed IRA's they tracked the. S. and p. five hundred so when, we say the market's up for nine years most foreign keizer up now here's the real problem with the four one k. industry and the manage money. Industry is though Those fees that you pay churn up so. Much of the profitability over time. With that account about fifty percents is the actual. Number and so even though, the markets up three. Hundred percent since the? Collapse of two thousand eight most accounts are half. Of that are less and so there's things that you can do we. Can learn the skills to self direct at account and make. Money regardless of direction and prepare for the correction other words when, the market starts to? Fall you don't have? To take the brunt of loss you can eat a profit from the move down or you can at, least protect and preserve against capital and. That involves learning the skills of self directing and self directing means managing your own money and the? Scary thing is. You know Adam most people have their money under management they got it with some certified financial planner some, resident vest adviser and everything has to go up. For them the prophet and we, all know that if, they could. Spend a few hours a week even a few hours a month mandating their own account that they do much better we've seen it in practice. And we've seen it with a lot of people that have no track record. Or, knowledge of the markets they've just learned the skill of self directing so it's becoming more prominent and people are looking it's amazing because i beat people all the time they say i need to take control this money because i'm not sure i'm going to have enough to make it before i die and that's a big concern of baby boomers and it started to be concerned of the next generation generation x. all the generations because your money is going to go away if you don't know how to manage it handled properly and there's a problem and that's where self directed becomes so prevalent and so important for people while you know a champ it's interesting that you talked about self directing because you know what the average person doesn't like what you said that the average person is giving their money to somebody else they're hoping that the person in the 4._0._1._k. department at work is gonna you know look out for and have them in the best interest in mind and a lotta times that's not the case you know people are account numbers people are just another dollar amount nobody's actually sitting down and focusing on your account you say this all the time nobody cares more about your money than you but yet majority of the people had their money to a stranger to manage it and people at all levels i mean i had the opportunity that very unique opportunity to go to the hall of fame in canton ohio the pro football hall of fame for john maxwell event and i was able to meet some top level c._e._o.'s different companies around the country i met this guy runs a he's a sea of a multinational company and he's concerned about his 4._0._1._k. case i'm worried he goes i don't know what to tell my employees what to do with their money goes because i see a correction coming he goes and we don't know what to do and this is some guys made probably millions of dollars in his life and he's sitting in the market at risk and so it's not just distinct to people that have small accounts or people that are just day by day workers people that are trying to get by even wealthy people people that have tremendous success in corporate america they don't understand and now they're starting to get concerned because the market's at a record high they remember the collapse of two thousand eight they realized that notre gross to the sky that i have to prepare against loss and more importantly how do i grow regardless of direction and so they're starting to realize that if i don't take control this bucket of money this this nest egg if you will i'm going to be at the whims of the market and people won't accept that and the reason is because it's not working the math doesn't work they don't have enough money to retire and they're worried about running out and the key thing is is that if you learn the skills of self directed can prevent that from happening it's a different alternative and is out there it's available and you have to be smart you don't have to have some sort of background and technology or some sort of analyst or charter mathematician you just got to be willing to follow a system and we've seen people that really aren't that bright have tremendous success in the markets and nothing against them and it tell you that themselves because they were able to learn a system and that process is built around self directing well you got to manage your own money nobody's gonna care about it like you do and that's why people want to care about their money they want to self direct a lot of people don't know how to begin they don't know where to get started they think just by opening up an account maybe at their local bank that self directed and it's it's a step but it's not necessarily the right direction well if you think about it where the wealthy you put their money they do normally put it with a hedge fund i mean the show billions on t._v. and they talk about hedge fund managers and the wealthy people that have two million more traditionally let somebody who manages their money be a hedge fund manager which means they can make money regardless of direction up as good down as good and what it does is it allows them to get those annual returns and not have to worry about market conditions imagine if you and i could do that on our own level in other words what our own retirement account in an i._r._a. as let's say and you can do the exact same thing that hedge fund manager does but do it in your spare time and six to ten hours a month that's what we're talking about utilizing things like exchange traded funds in bond funds to produce interest rate returns that allow us to go into the market with virtually are capital i am not at risk we could use the interest rate returns of a bond fund get a leverage products to get a full position in the markets and have very little of our own capital at risk and be to take advantage of directional movement up or down that's available and it doesn't take a high level of knowledge it's a skill set that's learned over time and i believe that most of the listeners could learn it if they spent the time and energy to go through the process absolutely and that's why online trading academy sponsor bulls and bears they have a class specifically on self directing a lot of people don't know where to begin a lot of people have four one ks i._r._a.'s they're not actively managing it they want to manage it themselves they don't know how to get started they don't know how to control that money and online trading academy has a class specifically on self directing your own portfolio regardless of accounts is you can manage your money there's a five hundred dollar values taught right at the campus of online trading academy with a few seats to give away we're gonna take callers right now ten to twenty pick up the phone and call eight four four five one trade that's eight four four five one trade for callers ten to twenty five hundred dollar class on self directing your portfolio from online trading academy if 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07:05 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Academy a friend of, mine a, mentor, mind senior, coach Steve. Champa what's going on? Jim, yeah it's the weekend. Man good to see. You good to see Jay here in. Studio lots of talk about markets moving a. Lot we just officially broke the record for the longest bull market in history and the s&p five hundred nine years. Up we'll concern about. That I'm gonna talk a little bit about self directing and protected against downside loss. Capital Preservation we'll talk. About selling short making, money on, the, downside today, lots to. Cover good market environment? Right, now to be a. Traitor investor if you. Understand how and the key thing is. If you understand how exactly and don't forget. To head over to Facebook like is that bulls and bears radio you can see a lot of the bloopers behind. The scenes exactly what. You and I both look like even Jason what just happened exactly that's just happen You know what you. Just said something that's key you know this is nine years straight, the market's been running? Up in this bull? Market a lot of people get complacent a lot of people would sit back and relax I think, times are good nothing bad can happen. And you know what this reminds me a lot of two thousand seven a lot of people were? Complacent then took. The crash in two thousand this is the time right now where people shouldn't be relaxing they should be, focusing on actually understanding how can they do better. How can they protect how can, they focus how can they pay attention instead of just hoping that this keeps going the way it's going well and here's the question for the listeners do you really expect the market's going. To continue to go up for the rest of your life and. Probably, not so that means that at some point we're going to have a correction and retracement pullback if. You will and we think it'll be substantial when that happens. If you're not prepared for that you're gonna turn a winner into a. Loser have nine years of up movement because most, of the four one k. accounts and the managed IRA's they tracked the. S. and p. five hundred we say, the market's up for nine years most foreign keizer up now here's the real problem with the four one k. industry, and the manage? Money. Industry is those Fees that you pay churn up. So much of the profitability over. Time with that account about fifty percents is the. Actual number and so even. Though the markets up. Three hundred percent since? The collapse of two thousand eight most accounts are. Up half of that or less and so there's things that you can. Do we can learn the skills to self direct account and. Make money regardless of direction and prepare for the correction other words, when the market starts? To fall you don't? Have to take the brunt of the loss you can eat a profit from the move down or, you can at least protect and preserve. Against capital and that involves learning skills of self directing and self directing means managing your own money? And the scary. Thing is you know Adam most people have their money under management they've got it with some certified financial, planner invested adviser and everything has to for them. To prophet and we all know, that if they could spend a few hours a week even a few hours a month managing their own account that they can do much better we've seen it in practice and we've seen. It with a lot of people that have no track record or. Knowledge, of the markets they've just learned the skill of self directing so it's becoming more prominent and People are looking, it's, amazing because I beat people all time say I need, to take control this money because I'm not sure I'm going to have enough to make it before I die and that's a big concern of baby boomers and it started to be. Concerned of the next generation generation x. all the generations because your money is going to go, away if you don't know how to it handled, properly and there's a problem and that's where. Self directed become so prevalent and so important for people while you know a champ it's interesting that you talk. About self, directing because you know what the, average person doesn't like what you said that the average. Person is giving their money to somebody else they're, hoping that the person in the 401K department at work. Is gonna look out for and have, them in the best interests in mind and a. Lotta times that's not the, case you, know, people are account numbers people are just. Another dollar amount nobody's actually sitting down and, focusing on your account you say this all the time. Nobody cares more about your money than you but yet majority of the people, hand their money to a stranger, to manage it and people at all levels I mean. I had the opportunity to very unique opportunity to go to the hall of fame in canton Ohio the pro football hall of fame. For John Maxwell event and I was able. To meet some top level CEO Of different companies around. The, country I met this guy runs a he's a sea of multinational company and he's concerned about his former case I'm worried. He goes I I don't know what to. Tell my employees what to do with their money goes because I see a correction coming he goes on we don't know what to do and this guy's made probably millions of, dollars in his life and he's sitting in the market at risk and so it's not just distinct to people that have, small accounts or people that are just day by day workers people that are trying to get by even wealthy people people that have tremendous success in corporate America they don't. Understand and now they're starting to get concerned because the market's at a record high they remember the collapse of two thousand eight they realized that not grow to the sky that I. Have to, prepare against loss and. More importantly how do I grow. Regardless of direction and so they're starting to realize. That if, I don't take control, this bucket of money this this nest egg, if you will I'm going to be at the whims of the market and people won't accept that and the. Reason is, because it's not working the math doesn't work they don't have enough money to retire and they're, worried, about running out and the key thing is is that, if you learn the skills of self directing you can Prevent that from happening it's a different alternative and. It's out there it's available and, you have to be smart you don't have to have some sort of. Background in technology or, some, sort of analyst or charter mathematician you just got to be willing to follow system and we've seen people that really. Aren't that bright, have tremendous success in the markets, and nothing against them and tell you that of themselves because they were able to learn a system and. That process is built around self directing well you got to manage your own money nobody's gonna care about it like. You do and that's why people want to care about. Their money they want to self direct chip, a lot of. People don't know how to begin they don't know where to get started they, think just by opening up an account maybe. At their local Bank that self directed and it's it's a step but it's not. Necessarily the right, direction well if you think about it? Where the wealthy you put their money they do normally put it with a hedge fund, I mean there's this, show billions on, TV and they talk about hedge fund managers and the wealthy people that have two. Million or more traditionally let somebody who manages, their money be a. Hedge fund manager which means they can, make money regardless of direction up. As good down as good and what it does it allows them to get those, annual returns Enough. To worry about market, conditions imagine if you. And I could do that on our own. Level in other words what our own retirement account in an IRA let's say and you could do the. Exact same thing that hedge fund manager does but. Do it in your spare time and six to, ten hours a month that's what we're talking about utilizing things like exchange traded funds in bond funds to produce interest rate returns that allow us to go into the market with. Virtually, are capital not at risk we could. Use the interest rate returns of a bond. Fund get a leverage products to get a full position. In the markets and have very, little of our own capital at risk and be. Able to take advantage of directional movement. Up or down that's available and it doesn't, take a high level of knowledge it's a, skill set that's learned over, time and I believe that most of. The, listeners could learn if they, spent the time, and energy to go, through the process absolutely and that's why Online Trading. Academy the, sponsor bulls and bears they have a class specifically on self directing a lot of people don't know where to begin a lot of people have four one ks IRA's, they're not actively managing it, they want to manage themselves they don't know how to get started they don't know how to control that. Money and Online Trading Academy has a class Typically on self directing your own, portfolio regardless, of accounts is you can manage your money there's a five hundred dollar, values taught right at the campus of Online Trading Academy with a few seeds. To give away we're gonna. Take callers right now ten to twenty pick up the phone and call eight four four five one trade that's eight four four five one trade, for callers ten. To twenty to get a five, hundred dollar class on self, directing your portfolio from Online Trading Academy if you're new the markets or if you've been in the markets.

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"five hundred nine years" Discussed on WSB-AM

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06:50 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Friend of mine a mentor minds senior coach Steve Champa what's going on Jim yeah it's the weekend man good to, see you good to see j. here in studio lost to talk about markets moving a lot we just officially broke the record for the longest, bull market in history and the s&p five hundred nine years up We'll? Concern about that I'm? Going to talk a? Little bit about self directing and protected against downside loss capital preservation we'll talk about selling short making money on the downside today lots to cover. Good market environment right now to be a traitor investor if you? Understand how key thing, is if you understand how exactly and don't forget to head over to Facebook like is that bulls and. Bears radio you can see a lot of the bloopers behind the scenes exactly what, you and I both looked like even Jason there's what just happened exact that's. Just add just happen you know. What you just said something that's key, you. Know this is nine years straight the markets been running up in this bull market a lot of people get. Complacent a. Lot of people would, sit back and. Relax they think times are good nothing bad can happen and you know what this reminds me a. Lot of, two thousand seven a lot of people were complacent then took the crash in two thousand this is a time right now where people shouldn't. Be relaxing they should, be focusing, on, actually understanding, how can. They do better how? Can, they protect how can. They focus how can. They pay attention instead of just hoping that this thing keeps going the way it's. Going well and here's the question for the listeners do you really expect the market's going to continue to go up For the rest of your life and probably not, so that. Means that at some point we're going to have a correction. Retracement a pullback if you will and we think it'll be substantial when. That happens if you're not prepared for, that you're gonna turn a winner into a loser you have nine years. Of movement because most of the four, one k. accounts and the managed IRA's they tracked the s. and p. five hundred so when we say the market's. Up for nine years most. Foreign keizer up now here's. The real problem with the four one k. industry. And the, manage money industry is those. Fees that you pay churn up so much of. The profitability over time with that. Account about fifty percents is the actual number and. So even though the markets. Up three hundred percent since the collapse of? Two thousand eight most accounts are up half of. That or less and so there's things that you can do we can. Learn the skills to self direct at account and make money. Regardless of direction and prepare for the correction other words when the, market starts to fall? You don't have to? Take the brunt of the loss you can eat a profit from the move down or you can at, least protect and preserve against capital and. That involves learning the skills of self directing and self directing means Managing your own money in the scary thing is you know Adam most people, have their money under management they got it with some certified financial planner. Some invested visor and everything has to go up for them the prophet and we all know that if, they could spend a few hours a week even. A few hours a month managing, their own account that they can do much. Better we've seen it in practice and we've seen it with a lot of people that have no track record or knowledge of the markets just. Learned the skill of self directing so it's becoming more, prominent and people are. Looking, it's amazing because I beat people all time they say I need to take control this money because I'm not sure I'm going to have enough to make it before I die and that's a big concern of baby boomers. And it started to be concerned of the next generation generation x. all the generations because your, money is going to go away if you don't, know how to manage it handle it properly. And there's a problem and that's where self directed becomes so prevalent and so important for people while you know a. Champions interesting, that you're talking about self directing, because you know what the average person doesn't like what. You said that the average person is giving their, money to somebody else they're hoping that the person in. The 401K department at work is gonna you know look out for him Have them in the best, interests in, mind, and a lot of times that's not. The case you know people are account numbers. People are just another dollar amount nobody's actually sitting down and focusing on, your count you say this all the time nobody cares more about your money, than you but yet majority of, the people hand their money to a stranger to manage. It and people at all levels I mean I had the opportunity to very unique opportunity to go to the hall of fame in canton Ohio the pro football hall of. Fame for John Maxwell event and I was able. To meet some top level CEO's of different. Companies around, the country I met this guy runs a he's a sea of a multinational company and he's concerned about his former case. It I'm worried he goes I don't know. What to tell my employees what to do with their money goes because I see a correction coming he goes and we don't know what to do and this is some, guy who's made. Probably millions of dollars in his life and he's sitting in the market at risk and so. It's not just distinct to people that have small accounts or people that are just day by day workers people that are trying to get by even wealthy people people that have tremendous success in. Corporate America they don't understand and now they're starting to get concerned because, the market's, at a record high They remember the collapse of two thousand eight they realized. That grows to the sky that I have to. Prepare against, loss and more importantly. How do I grow regardless of. Direction and so they're starting to realize that if. I don't, take control this bucket, of money this this nest egg if you, will I'm going to be at the whims of the market and people won't accept that and the reason is. Because it's, not working the math doesn't work they don't have enough money to retire and they're worried about, running, out and the key thing is is that if you, learn the skills of self directing you can prevent that from happening it's a different alternative. And it's out there it's available, and don't have to be smart you, don't have to have some sort of background. In technology or some, sort of analyst or charter or mathematician you just got to be willing to follow a system and we've seen people. That really out that bright have tremendous success in. The markets and nothing against them and they tell you that themselves because they were able to learn a system in that. Process is built around self directing well you got to manage your own money nobody's gonna care about it like you. Do and that's why people want to care about their. Money they want to sell direct chip a, lot of people. Don't know how to begin they don't know where to get started they think Just by. Opening up an account maybe at their local Bank that self directing and it's. It's a step, but it's not necessarily the right direction? Well if you think about it with the wealthy you put their money they do normally, put it with a, hedge fund I, mean there's a show billions on TV and they talk about hedge fund managers and. The wealthy people that have two million more, traditionally let somebody who. Manages their money be a hedge fund, manager which means they can make. Money regardless of direction up as good down as good and what it does is, it allows them to get those. Annual returns and not have to worry about. Market conditions imagine if you and I could. Do that on our own level in other words what our own retirement account in an IRA let's say and. You can do the exact same thing that hedge fund. Manager does but do it in your spare time, in six at ten dollars a month that's what we're. Talking about utilizing things like exchange traded funds in bond funds to produce interest rate returns that allow us to go into, the, market with virtually are capital not at, risk we could use the interest rate returns. Of bond fund get a leverage products to get a. Full position in the markets and. Have very little of our own capital at risk. And be able to take advantage of. Directional movement Up or down that's available and it doesn't take, a high level of knowledge it's a skill set that's learned over time, and I believe that most of the. Listeners, could learn it if they spent the time, and energy to go. Through the process absolutely and that's why line Trading. Academy the sponsor bulls and bears they have a class specifically on self directing a lot of people don't know where to begin a lot of people have four one ks, IRA's they're not actively managing, they want to manage themselves they don't know how to get started they don't know. How to control that money and Online Trading Academy has a class specifically on self directing your own portfolio regardless of. Accounts is you can manage your money there's a five hundred dollar. Values taught right, at the campus of Online Trading Academy with, a few, seats to.

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"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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06:51 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Coach of Online Trading Academy a friend of mine a mentor minds senior. Coach Steve Champa what's going on Jim yeah it's the weekend man good. To see you good. To see Jay here in studio lost to talk. About markets moving a lot we just officially broke the, record for the longest bull market in history and. The s&p five hundred nine years, up we'll concern about that I'm gonna talk a, little bit about self directing and protected against, downside loss capital Preservation we'll talk about selling short making money on the downside today lots to cover good? Market environment right. Now to be a traitor invest if you understand how the key thing is if you understand how. Exactly and don't forget to, head over to Facebook like is that bulls and bears radio you can. See a lot of the bloopers behind the scenes exactly what you and I both looked like even Jay's what, just happened exact that's just add happen you know what you just said something. That's key you know this. Is nine years straight the market's. Been running up in this bull market a lot of people get complacent, a lot of people would. Sit back, and, relax they think times are good, nothing. Bad can happen and you know what this reminds me a lot of two thousand seven a, lot, of, people, are complacent, then that took the, crash in two thousand this is the time right now where people shouldn't be relaxing they should. Be focusing on actually, understanding how, can, they do, better how. Can they protect how? Can, they focus how can. They pay attention instead. Of just hoping that this thing keeps going the way it's going well here's the. Question for the listeners do you really expect the market's going to continue to go up for the rest of your. Life and probably not. So that means at some point we're going to have a correction and retracement pull Back if you will and we think it'll be substantial when that. Happens if you're not prepared for that you're, gonna turn a winner into a loser you have nine years of up. Movement because most of the four one, k. accounts and the managed IRA's they tracked the s. and p. five hundred so when we say the market's up for nine years most. Foreign keizer up now. Here's the real problem with the four one k.. Industry and, the manage money industry is. Those fees that you pay churn up so much. Of the profitability over time with. That account about fifty percents is the actual number. And so even though the, markets up three hundred. Percent since the collapse? Of two thousand eight most accounts are up half. Of that or less and so, there's things that you can do we can. Learn the skills to self direct at account and make money. Regardless of direction and prepare for the correction other words when the, market starts to fall? You don't have to? Take the brunt of the loss you can eat a profit from the move down or you can? At, least protect them preserve against capital. And that involves learning the skills of self directing and self directing means managing your own money in? The scary thing. Is you know Adam most people have their money under management they got it with some certified financial planner some advisor and everything has to go up for them the prophet and we all know that if they could spend a few hours a week even a few hours a month managing their own account that they can do much better we've seen it in practice and we've seen it with a lot of people that have no track record or knowledge of the markets they've just learned the skill of self directing so it's becoming more prominent and people are looking it's amazing because i beat people all time they say i need to take control this money because i'm not sure i'm going to have enough to make it before i die and that's a big concern of baby boomers and it started to be concerned of the next generation generation x. all the generations because your money is going to go away if you don't know how to handle it properly and there's a problem and that's where self directed becomes so prevalent and so important for people while you know a champ it's interesting that you talk about self directing because you know what the average person doesn't like what you said that the average person is given their money to somebody else they're hoping that the person in the 4._0._1._k. department at work is gonna you know look out for him and have them in the best interest in mind and a lotta times that's not the case you know people are account numbers people Are just another dollar, amount nobody's actually sitting down and focusing on your account you say this all, the time nobody cares more about, your money than you but yet majority of the people. Had their money to a stranger to manage it and people at all levels I mean I had the opportunity to very unique opportunity. To go to the hall of fame in. Canton Ohio the pro football hall of fame for. John Maxwell event and I was able to. Meet some, top level CEO's of different companies around the country I met this guy runs a he's a sea of a multinational company. And he's concerned about his former case it. I'm worried he goes I I don't know what to tell my employees what to do with their money goes because I see a correction coming he goes on we don't know. What to do and this is some guys made probably millions of dollars in his life and he's sitting in the market, at risk and so it's not just distinct to people that have small accounts or people that are just day by day workers people that are trying to get by even. Wealthy people people that have tremendous success in corporate America they don't understand, and now, they're starting to get concerned because the markets that are record high they remember the collapse of two thousand eight they. Realized that, Notre gross to the, sky That, I have to prepare against loss more portly, how do I grow regardless, of direction and so they're starting to realize. That if I don't take control this bucket of. Money this, this nest egg if, you will I'm going to be at the, whims of the market and people won't accept that and the reason is because it's not working the math doesn't. Work they, don't have enough money to retire and they're worried about running out and the key thing is, is, that if you learn the skills of self directing you, can prevent that from happening it's a different alternative and it's out there it's available and. You have to be smart you, don't have to have some sort of background in technology or some sort of analyst. Or charter mathematician you, just, got to be willing to follow a system and we've seen people that really aren't that bright have tremendous success in. The markets and, nothing against them and it tell, you that of themselves because they were able to learn a system in that process is built around self directing well. You got to manage your own money nobody's going to care about it like you do and that's why people want. To care about their money they want to self direct. Chip a lot of people don't know how, to begin they. Don't know where to get started they think just by opening up an account, maybe at their local Bank that self directed. And it's it's a step but it's not Necessarily the right direction? Well if you think about it where to the wealthy you put their money they do, normally put it with, a hedge fund, I mean there's a show billions on TV and they talk about hedge fund managers. And the wealthy people that have two million, more traditionally let somebody. Who manages their money be a hedge, fund manager which means they can. Make money regardless of direction up as good down is good and what it does, is it allows them to get. Those annual returns and not have to worry. About market conditions imagine if you and I. Could do that on our own level in other words what our own retirement account in an IRA let's, say and you can do the exact same thing that, hedge fund manager does but do it in your, spare time and six at ten dollars a month that's. What we're talking about utilizing things like exchange traded funds in bond funds to produce interest rate returns that allow us to go, into, the market with virtually are capital I. Not at risk we could use the interest rate. Returns of a bond fund get a leverage products to. Get a full position in the, markets and have very little of our own capital. At risk and be able to take. Advantage of directional movement up or down that's, available and it doesn't take a high level, of knowledge it's a skill, set that's learned Over time and I. Believe, that most of the listeners, could learn it if, they spent the time, and energy to go through the process absolutely and. That's why Online Trading Academy the sponsor bulls and bears they have a class specifically on self directing a lot of people don't know where to begin a lot of people, have four one ks IRA's, they're not actively managing it they want to manage themselves they don't know how to. Get started they don't know how to control that money and Online Trading Academy has a class specifically on self directing. Your own portfolio regardless of accounts is you can manage your money. There's a five, hundred dollar values taught right at the campus, of Online, Trading Academy with a few seats to.

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06:50 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Friend of mine a mentor mind senior coach Steve Champa what's going on Jim yeah it's the weekend man good to, see you good a. c. j. here in studio lots to talk about markets moving a lot we just officially broke the record for the longest, bull market in history and the s&p five hundred nine years up We'll? Concern about that going? To talk a little? Bit about self directing and protected against downside loss capital preservation we'll talk about selling short making money on the downside today lost the cover good. Market environment right now to be a traitor invest if you understand how and the, key thing, is if you understand how exactly and don't forget to head over to Facebook like. Is that bulls and bears radio you can see a lot of the bloopers behind the scenes exactly what you, and I both looked like even Jay's what just happened exactly that just add. Just happen you know what you. Just said something that's key you know this, is. Nine years straight the market's been running up in this bull market a lot of people get complacent a lot. Of people. Would sit back and, relax I think times. Are good nothing bad can happen and you know what this reminds me a lot of two thousand seven, a lot, of, people, were, complacent then they took the crash in two thousand this is the time right now where people shouldn't be. Relaxing they should be, focusing on, actually, understanding how, can they. Do better how can? They, protect how can they. Focus how can they. Pay. Attention instead of just hoping that, this thing keeps going the way it's going. Well and here's the question for the listeners do you really expect the market's going to continue to go up for The rest of your life, and probably. Not so that means that at some point we're going to, have a correction and retracement a pullback if you will and we think. It'll be substantial when that happens if you're not, prepared for that you're going to turn a winner into a loser you. Have nine years about movement because most, of the four one k. accounts and the managed IRA's they tracked the s. and p. five hundred so when we say the market's? Up. For nine years most foreign. Keizer up now here's the real problem with the. Forward k., industry and the manage money. Industry is those fees that you pay churn up. So much of the profitability over. Time with that account about fifty percents is the. Actual number and so even. Though the markets up three hundred percent since? The collapse of two thousand eight most accounts are. Half of that or less and. So there's things that you can do we. Can learn the skills to self direct at account and make. Money regardless of direction and prepare for the correction other words when, the market starts to? Fall you don't have? To take the brunt of the loss you can eat a profit from the move down or you can, at least protect and preserve against capital. And that involves learning the skills of self directing and self directing means Managing your own money and the scary thing is you know Adam most people have their money under management they got it with. Some certified financial planner registered investment advisor and everything has to go up for them to prophet and we all, know that if they could spend a few hours. A week even a few hours, a month managing their own account that they could. Do much better we've seen it in practice and we've seen it with a lot of people that have no track record or knowledge of the. Markets they've just learned the skill of self directing so, it's becoming more prominent. And, people are looking it's amazing because I beat people all time they say I need to take control this money because I'm not sure I'm gonna have enough to make it before I die and that's a big concern. Of baby boomers and it started to be concerned the next generation generation x. all the generations, because your money is going to go away, if you don't know how to manage it. Handled properly and there's a problem and that's where self directed becomes so prevalent and so important for people while you. Know a, champ it's interesting that you talk, about self directing because you know what the average person. Doesn't like what you said the average person is, giving their money to somebody else they're hoping that the. Person in the 401K department at work is gonna look out for him Have them. In the best interests in, mind and, a, lotta times that's not the case you. Know people are account numbers people are just, another dollar amount, nobody's actually sitting down and focusing on your account you. Say this all the time nobody cares more about your money than you but, yet majority of the people had, their money to a stranger to manage it and people. At all levels I mean I had the opportunity that very unique opportunity to go to the hall of fame in canton Ohio the. Pro football hall of fame for John Maxwell. Event and I was able to meet some top. Level CEOs of different companies around the country. And I, met this guy runs a he's a sea of a multinational company and he's concerned about his 401K said I'm worried. He goes I I don't know what to. Tell my employees what to do with their money goes because I see a correction coming he goes we don't know what to do and this is some guys made probably millions. Of dollars in his life and he's sitting in the market at risk and so it's not just distinct to people that, have small accounts or people that are just day by day workers people that are trying to get by even. Wealthy people people that have tremendous success in corporate America. They don't understand and now they're starting to get concerned because the market's at a record high They remember the. Collapse of two thousand eight they realized that not grow to the sky that I have to prepare. Against loss, and more importantly how. Do I grow regardless of direction. And so they're starting to realize that if I. Don't take, control this bucket of, money this this nest egg if you will, I'm going to be at the whims of the market and people won't accept that and the reason is because. It's not, working the math doesn't work they don't have enough money to retire and they're worried about running, out, and the key thing is is that if you learn, the skills of self directing you can prevent that from happening it's a different alternative and. Is out there it's available you don't, have to be smart you don't have, to have some sort of background in, technology or some sort, of, analyst or charter mathematician you just gotta be willing to follow a system and we've seen people that really aren't that. Bright have, tremendous success in the markets and, nothing against them and it tell you that of themselves because they were able to learn a system and that process. Is built around self directing well you got to manage your own money nobody's going to care about it like you. Do and that's why people want to care about their. Money they want to sell direct chip a, lot of people. Don't know how to begin they don't know where to get started they think Just by putting up an account maybe at their local Bank that self directing and. It's it's a, step but it's not necessarily the right? Direction well if you think about it we're the wealthy you put their money they do, normally put it with, a hedge fund, I mean the show billions on TV and they talk about hedge fund managers and. The wealthy people that have two million or, more traditionally let somebody. Who manages their money be a hedge, fund manager which means they can. Make money regardless of direction up as good down as good and what it does, it allows them to get those. Annual returns and not have to worry about. Market conditions. Imagine if you and I could. Do that on our own level in other words what our own retirement account in an IRA as let's say and you can do the exact same thing, that hedge fund manager does but do it in, your spare time and six ten dollars a month that's, what we're talking about utilizing things like exchange traded funds and bond funds to produce interest rate returns at allow us to go, into, the market with virtually are capital not. At risk we could use the interest rate returns. Of bond fund get a leverage products to get a. Full position in the markets and. Have very little of our own capital at risk. And be able to take advantage of. Directional movement Up-or-down that's. Available and it doesn't take a high level of knowledge it's a skill set that's learned over time and, I believe that most the could learn. If, they spent the time and, energy to go. Through the process absolutely. And that's why Online Trading Academy the sponsor bulls. And bears have a class specifically on self directing a lot of people don't know where to begin a lot of people have four one ks IRA's they're not actively managing, it they want to manage, themselves they don't know how to get started they don't know how to control that money and Online Trading. Academy has a class specifically on self directing your own portfolio regardless of accounts is you. Can manage your own money there's a five hundred dollar values taught. Right at the, campus Online Trading Academy with a few seats to.

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"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:49 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Mine mentor minds senior coach Steve Champa what's going. On Jim yeah it's the weekend man good to see, you good to see Jay here in studio lost. Talk about markets moving allot we just officially broke the record for the, longest bull market in history and the s. and p. five hundred Nine years up we'll concern about that gonna talk a? Little bit about self? Directing and protected against? Downside loss capital preservation what talk about selling short making money on the downside today lots to cover good, market environment right now to be a. Traitor investor if you understand how? And the key thing. Is if you understand how, exactly and don't forget to head over to Facebook like that bulls and. Bears radio you can see a. Lot of the bloopers behind the scenes exactly what you and I both looked like, even Jay's on their say what just happened exactly that's just add just happen. You know what you just. Said something that's key you know this is. Nine years straight the market's been running up in this bull market, a lot of people get. Complacent a, lot, of people would sit back and, relax. They think times are good nothing bad can happen and you know what this reminds me a, lot, of, two, thousand seven, a lot of people, were complacent then took the crash in two thousand this is the time right now where. People shouldn't be relaxing they, should, be focusing, on actually. Understanding how can they? Do, better how can they. Protect how can they. Focus how can they pay attention instead of. Just hoping that this thing. Keeps going the way it's going well and here's the question for the listeners do you really expect the markets Gonna continue to go up for, the rest of your life and probably not. So that means that at, some point we're going to have, a correction and retracement pullback if you will and we think it'll be. Substantial when that happens if you're not prepared for, that you're gonna turn a winner into a loser you have nine years of movement because most of the, four one k. accounts and the managed IRA's they tracked the s. and p. five hundred so when we say the market's up for nine years most. Foreign. Keizer up now here's the. Real problem with the four one k. industry and. The manage, money industry is those fees. That you pay churn up so much of the. Profitability over time with that account. About fifty percents is the actual number and so. Even though the markets up. Three hundred percent since the collapse of two? Thousand eight most accounts are up half of that. Or less and so there's things you can do we can learn the. Skills to self direct at account and make money regardless of. Direction and prepare for the correction otherwise when the market starts to, fall you don't have? To take the brunt? Of the loss you can eat a profit from the move down or you can at least protect and, preserve against capital and that involves learning. The skills of self directing and Self directing. Means managing your own money and the scary thing is you know Adam most people have their money under management they got it with some certified financial. Planner invested visor and everything has to go up for them to prophet and we all know that if, they could spend a few hours a week even. A few hours a month mandating, their own account that they could do much. Better we've seen it in practice and we've seen it with a lot of people that have no track record or knowledge of the markets they've. Just learned the skill of self directing so it's becoming, more prominent and people. Are, looking it's amazing because I beat people all the time they say I need to take control this money because I'm not sure I'm gonna have enough to make it before I die and that's a big concern of baby. Boomers and it started to be concerned of the next generation generation x. all the generations because, your money is going to go away if you, don't know how to manage it handled. Properly and there's a problem and that's where self directed becomes so prevalent and so important for people while you know. A, champ it's interesting that you talk, about self directing because you know what the average person. Doesn't like what you said that the average person, is giving their money to somebody else they're hoping that. The person in the 401K department at work is gonna You know look out for him. And have them in the, best interest, in, mind and a lotta times that's not. The case you know people are account numbers, people are just another dollar amount nobody's actually sitting down and focusing. On your account you say this all the time nobody cares more about your, money than you but yet majority of the people had their money to a stranger to. Manage it and people at all levels I mean I had the opportunity to very unique opportunity to go to the hall of fame. In canton Ohio the pro football hall of. Fame for John Maxwell event and I was able. To meet some top level CEO's of different companies. Around the, country and I met this guy runs a he's a sea of a multinational company and he's concerned about his 401K. Said I'm worried he goes I I don't. Know what to tell my employees what to do with their money goes because I see a correction coming he goes on we don't know what to do and this is some guys. Made probably millions of dollars in his life and he's sitting in the market at risk and so it's not just distinct, to people that have small accounts or people that are just day by day workers people that are trying to get by even wealthy people people that have tremendous success in. Corporate America they don't understand and now they're starting to get concerned because The markets that are record high, they remember the collapse of two thousand eight they realized that not gross to the sky that I have to prepare. Against loss, and more portly how. Do I grow regardless of direction. And so they're starting to realize that if I. Don't take, control this bucket of, money this this nest egg if you will, I'm going to be at the whims of the market and people won't accept that and the reason is because. It's not, working the math doesn't work they don't have enough money to retire and they're worried about running, out, and the key thing is is that if you learn, the skills of self directing you can prevent that from happening it's a different alternative and. Out there it's available and you have, to be smart you don't have to, have some sort of background in technology, or some sort of, analyst, or charter mathematician you just got to be willing to follow a system and we've seen people that really aren't that. Bright have tremendous, success in the markets and nothing, against them and it tell you that is themselves because they were able to learn a system and that process is. Built around self directing well you got to manage your own money nobody's going to care about it like you do. And that's why people want to care about their money. They want to self direct chip a lot, of people don't. Know how to begin they don't know where To get. Started they think just by opening up an. Account maybe at their local Bank that self directed and it's it's a step but it's not necessarily the right direction well if you think? About it where to the wealthy you put their money they do normally put it with, a hedge fund I, mean there's a, show billions on TV and they talk about hedge fund managers and the wealthy people. That have two million or more traditionally let, somebody who manages their. Money hedge fund manager which means they, can make money regardless of direction. Up as good down as good and what it does is it allows them to, get those annual returns and not. Have to worry about market conditions imagine if you and I could do that on. Our own level in other words what our own retirement account in an IRA IRA's let's say and you. Can do the exact same thing that hedge fund manager, does but do it in your spare time and, six to ten hours a month that's what we're talking. About utilizing things like exchange traded funds in bond funds to produce interest rate returns that allow us to go into the market, with, virtually are capital not at risk we. Could use the interest rate returns of a bond. Fund get a leverage products to get a full position. In the markets and have very, little of our own capital at risk and be. Able to take it Vange of directional. Movement up or down that's available and it, doesn't take a high level of knowledge it's a skill set that's learned, over time and I believe that most. Of, the listeners could learn it, if they spent the, time and energy to, go through the process absolutely and that's why Online. Trading Academy, the sponsor bulls and bears they have a class specifically on self directing a lot of people don't know where to begin a lot of people have four one ks, IRA's they're not, actively managing it they want to manage themselves they don't know how to get started. They don't know how to control that money and Online Trading Academy as a class specifically on self directing your own. Portfolio regardless of accounts is you can manage your money there's a. Five hundred dollar, values taught right at the campus of Online Trading Academy with, a few seats to.

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"five hundred nine years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:50 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Academy a friend of, mine a mentor minds senior. Coach Steve Champa what's going on Jim Yeah it's the weekend man good to. See you, good to see Jay here. In studio lost to talk about markets moving a. Lot we just officially broke the. Record for the longest bull market in history and. The s&p five hundred nine. Years up we'll concern about that going gonna? Talk a little bit about self directing and protected. Against downside loss capital preservation we'll talk about selling short making money on the downside today lots to cover good market environment right now to be a traitor investor if you. Understand how and the key thing is if you. Understand how exactly and don't forget to head over to Facebook like is that bulls and bears radio you. Can see a lot of the bloopers behind the scenes exactly what you and I both looked like even Jay's on their say what just happened, exactly that just add just happen you know what you just said something that's. Key you know this is. Nine years straight the market's been running up in this bull market a lot of people get. Complacent a lot, of people would sit back and relax they think times are good nothing bad. Can happen and you know what this reminds me. A lot of two thousand seven a lot of people were complacent then took the crash in. Two thousand this time, right now, where, people shouldn't, be relaxing. Should be focusing on Actually, understanding how can they. Do better how can. They protect how can they focus how can they pay attention instead of just hoping. That this thing keeps going the way it's going well here's the question for the listeners do you really expect the. Market's going to continue to go up for the rest of your, life and probably not so that, means that. At some point we're going to have a correction and retracement. A pullback if you will and we think it'll be substantial when that. Happens if you're not prepared for that you're going, to turn a winner into a loser you have nine years of up. Movement because most of the four one, k. accounts and the managed IRA's they tracked the s. and p. five hundred so when we say the market's up for nine years most foreign keizer. Up. Now here's the real problem. With the four one k. industry and the manage. Money industry, is those fees that you. Pay churn up so much of the profitability over. Time with that account about fifty. Percents is the actual number and so even though. The markets up three hundred, percent since the collapse. Of two thousand eight? Most accounts are half of that or less and. So there's things that you can do we can learn the skills to self direct at account and make money regardless of direction and prepare for The correction other words when the market starts to fall you don't have to take the brunt of the loss you, can eat a profit? From the move down? Or you can at least protect and preserve against capital and that involves learning the skills of self? Directing, and self directing means managing your. Own money and the scary thing is you know Adam most people have their money under management they? Got it with. Some certified financial planner some resident vest advisor and everything has to go up for them to profit and we, all know that if they could spend a few. Hours a week even a few, hours a month mandating their own account that they. Could do much better we've seen it in practice and we've seen it with a lot of people that have no track record or knowledge of the. Market they've just learned the skill of self directing so it's becoming more prominent. And, people are looking it's amazing because I beat people all the time they say I need to take control this money because I'm not sure I'm gonna have enough to make it before I die and that's a big concern. Of baby boomers and it started to be concerned of the next generation generation x. all the, generations because your money is going to go, away if you don't know how to manage. It handled properly and there's a problem and that's where self directed becomes so prevalent and so important for People well you know a champ it's. Interesting that, you talk about self directing because, you know what the average person doesn't like what you. Said the average person is giving their money to, somebody else they're hoping that the person in the 401K. Department at work is gonna you know look out for him and have them in the best. Interest in mind and a, lotta times, that's, not the case you know people are. Account numbers people are just another dollar amount. Nobody's actually sitting down and focusing on your account you say this all the. Time nobody cares more about your money than you but yet majority of the, people had their money to a stranger to manage it and people at all levels I. Mean I had the opportunity the very unique opportunity to go to the hall of fame in canton Ohio the pro football hall of. Fame for John Maxwell event and I was. Able to meet some top level CEO's of different. Companies around the country and I met this guy. Runs a, he's a sea of a multinational company and he's concerned about his 401K said I'm worried he goes I I don't. Know what to tell my employees what to. Do with their money goes because I see a correction coming he goes on we don't know what to do and this is some guys made probably millions of dollars in his life. And he's sitting in, the market at risk and so it's not just distinct to people That have small accounts or people that are. Just day by day workers people that are trying to. Get by even wealthy people people that have tremendous success in corporate America, they don't, understand and now they're starting to get concerned because the market's at a record high they remember the collapse of two. Thousand eight, they realized that Notre. Gross to the sky that I. Have to prepare against loss and more importantly how. Do I, grow regardless of direction, and so they're starting to realize that if, I don't take control this bucket of money this this nest egg if you will I'm going to be at. The whims, of the market and people won't accept that and the reason is because it's not working the, math, doesn't work they don't have enough money to retire and, they're worried about running out and the key thing is is that if you learn the. Skills of self directing you can prevent, that from happening it's a different alternative, and is out there it's available and, don't have to be, smart, you don't have to have some sort of background in technology or some sort of analyst or charter mathematician you just. Got to be, willing to follow a system and, we've seen people that really aren't that bright have tremendous success in the markets and nothing against them and it tell. You that as them selves because they were Able to learn a system and that process is built around self directing well you got to manage your own money. Nobody's going to care about it like you do and that's why people want, to care about their money they want to self direct. A lot of people don't know how to, begin they don't, know where to get started they think just by opening up an account maybe. At their local Bank that self directed and. It's it's a step but it's not necessarily the right direction well if you think. About it where, the wealthy you put their money they? Do normally put it with a hedge fund I mean the show billions on TV and, they talk about hedge, fund managers and, the wealthy people that have two million or more traditionally let somebody who manages their. Money be a hedge fund manager which means. They can make money. Regardless of direction up as good down, as good and what it does. It allows them to get those annual returns enough to worry about market conditions imagine, if you and I could do. That on our own level in other words. What our own retirement account in an IRA. Let's say and you can do the exact same thing that hedge fund manager does but do it in. Your spare time and six to ten hours a month, that's what we're talking about utilizing things like exchange, traded funds in bond funds to produce interest rate returns, that allow us to go into the market with virtually are Capital I not at risk. We could use the interest rate returns of a. Bond fund get a leverage products to get a full. Position in the markets and. Have very little of our own capital at risk. And be able to take advantage of. Directional movement up-or-down that's available and it doesn't, take a high level of knowledge it's a, skill set that's learned over, time and I believe that most of. The, listeners could learn it if, they spent the, time and energy to, go through the process absolutely and that's why Online. Trading Academy, the sponsor bulls and bears they have a class specifically on self directing a lot of people don't know where to begin a lot of people have 401K's IRA's, they're not actively managing it, they want to manage it themselves they don't know how to get started they don't know how to control. That money and Online Trading Academy has a class specifically on self directing your. Own portfolio regardless of accounts is you can manage your money there's. A five hundred, dollar values taught right at the campus of, Online Trading, Academy with a few seats to.

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"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Yeah and i was like no he got it the wrong way rounded he he sets an example a friend of mine said years ago he was going to buy khan and said what are you gonna get he was getting some fucking japanese i know nothing about cause some japanese and i and i said why don't you get because at the time there was electric causing the summer there has now said why don't you get prius we said why anderson because you have kids to kids got five hundred nine year old i don't care not leading care about kids you just know i'd rather get a car now that burns fuel and and the kids will what about lay that breaks my heart and it keeps me up awake at night that's that's why i drive a prius good feeding a great i'm surrounded by presses this was like your tesla now for you though jerry by well here's potman spaceship wrote rosie have you been in a tesla yes or amazing fast but the too fast i think those are too dangerous you press the thing it's like your fucking on a roller coaster it's space mountain at disneyworld fuck that we don't need to be that fast i have a big truck wasn't expensive truck is it a gas guzzler is a great for the you know the environment probably not but until preists are tesla or someone designs a fuck and truck where i feel like i'm driving if someone hits me i'm not going to implode i'm not going to drive your prius i feel safe in my fuck and drew my i'm not gonna get killed test unless kids.

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"five hundred nine years" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"five hundred nine years" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"And i don't just mean living long either but also a strong association with capability meaning the ability to adequately perform activities of daily living as well as cognizant in all major age groups including elderly sentence ends which are a hundred years old semi supercenter neurons which one hundred and five hundred nine years old and supercenter neurons which are a hundred and ten years old in greater in fact inflammation has been shown to be the single most important predictor of cognitive abilities surpassing its predictability only by a person's chronological age itself this japanese steady that i'm referring to was a bit of a surprise to me because several different bio markers were looked at including blood glucose levels insulin sensitivity and even humor length but none of those predicted successful aging and each age group up to the supercenter neurons low inflammation was the only predictor of successful aging in all age groups so now you know in a more comprehensive way for those of you that have heard me mention sulfur and a few times already what's behind some of that disorder dive into some of the supplements that i happen to be taking at this moment i'm taking a multi vitamin called one by a company called pure encapsulated ones people ask about the brand so i'm sharing that i like this multi vitamin because it covers some of the basis for various micro nutrients that i just talked about and also interestingly has some trace elements including bore on which has been shown to reduce double stranded breaks accelerate womb healing significantly increased mean plasma free testosterone into a small trial and men and increase the half life of vitamin d.

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