35 Burst results for "Five Hundred Percent"

'Digital Gold': Visa Bets Big on Cryptocurrency

The Breakdown with NLW

02:03 min | 5 months ago

'Digital Gold': Visa Bets Big on Cryptocurrency

"What's going on guys. It is wednesday april twenty eight and today we're talking about recent comments from bcc. O- on crypto but first. Let's do the brief. I the brief today. Ilan pumps does again. Okay okay alone we get it you like. Does you think it would be hilarious. If does became the reserve currency of the intergalactic federation because nature loves irony. We understand but you can still choose to stop early this morning on tweeted the doj father. Snl may eighth now. You would think. At this point the ability for something like this to pump. The price of this mean coin would be nil but ono that is not the case. The thing is it doesn't matter that many other parts of the crypto industry now have prices that go up or down more or less based on things like broad trajectories macaroni arif's and market structure based reasons does is pure play on a me that means that the relevant game isn't what should happen. It's what do you expect. Other people think will happen right now. Alon tweeting about doj. Sending dodge's price up is the easiest reflexive medic bet in the market and it just keeps working does was up twenty percent over thirty one cents per coin and as an aside apparently does coin mining revenue is up like forty five hundred percent this year as well so anyways one other ilan related thing. Yesterday's episode was all about alternative takes on tesla's bitcoin selling well. I read another great one yesterday evening. From our sarah's who describes themselves as an ip slash corporate attorney who recently became a bitcoin maxi. It's a quick thread. So i'm going to just actually read right here. A short threat on tesla selling ten percent of their btc. The sale in order to demonstrate liquidity is a totally legitimate action. On their part. It looks as this move may have been premeditated by elon. Musk defanged shareholder derivative lawsuits. Master had the ability to announce their intention before buying and give their shareholders. Time to be bought out at a premium.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

The Mindless Morning Show

05:14 min | 5 months ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show

"The now gay. I was like wait money. I like mass to mexico. Sixteen point they'll oh my god house now i just did it because it was super cheap honestly back in it allowed did you i. I did it. A high from being lost the go out. I'm out now on the run game. Stop knockin game. Stop my roommate. Did he. He he has l. He pulled out already not supposed to be running it out but Yeah he'd up for time. So i just going to hold out. I guess i keep saying if i get to five hundred percent increase then i'm gonna pull out but it gets to fifty and i'm like it's gonna make five hundred eventually. Maybe i don't stockers. I noted i know and then i'm like why what happened. Why did the retard things start with that. I'm so confused. Like like they say okay. So they're like hold but they spell it h d l and they'll be like. This isn't a hot in advice. I'm a retard or they call each other artists why hoddle auto needs to behold i. It's kind of like. Oh i think it's a play on. If i'm not mistaken hoddle yet to hold it. So it's something somebody would say. As as like the whole thing was when he came out with game of thrones like you just keep saying over and over hold on to hold onto and eventually you just hoddle it out the door. Hold the door hold on. Hold the stocks but aside from sometimes an acronym standing for hold on for dear life. Okay all right. Well i mean she says the whole. I walk around.

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Will they take our Guns?

Talks with Chepe

02:19 min | 6 months ago

Will they take our Guns?

"Right so. I was thinking of the episode. We're gonna do the myth fact debunking the guy the gun. Lobby's favorite talking points because listen every time there's a mass shooting we always get the same you know same. Bs oh we're gonna we're gonna try to pass a law. Try to pass them temple reform from the left and then the right conseillers the trend. They're trying to they're trying to gones you know and i get it. It can look that way because these measures are you know trying to ban assault rifles from a ban certain type of ammo band bump stocks. Hold all these different things in. It can be a lot for somebody to understand or digest or to even think about when it comes majority was don't even have guns so it doesn't even come to our thoughts like oh let me by gun but it has been more and more common especially nowadays with the craziness. Going around people. Being tapped will being killed the pandemic. It's like the perfect storm in regards to what to do for guns and gun lobbying gun control so that being said let's dive right into it. The biggest myth is only a gun. Makes you safer. The fact is only in gun puts you at a higher and high in risk for gun violence. The nra often argues that the united states is a dangerous place in that owning and carrying a gun is the only way to protect oneself and one's family which i mean it logically when he say it makes sense. Somebody who really burst in topic would be like. Oh well that's logical. But numerous studies have found that gun ownership increases the risk of both gun related homicides and suicides. That's that's you know. Let's think about that for a second obviously can be somewhat true because there's people who are really unstable in regards to mental help. A lot of states. Luckily new york is one of the states in regards to the strictest gun control laws but a lot of days as a matter of showing up going. I d doing background check within a couple of days. You've got a lot of on mental siebel things going on and i'm going to touch bit guns in their homes particularly dangerous for victims of domestic violence. The presents were going in a home with the history of domestic violence increases the risks that a woman will be killed by five hundred percent guns intended for self are calmly and fatal accidents. Studies have shown that across states higher lows of gun ownership are linked to the higher rates of unintentional firearm. Deaths

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How Monster Beverage Shares Soared a Monster 100,000% in the Last 20 Years

Odd Lots

03:19 min | 7 months ago

How Monster Beverage Shares Soared a Monster 100,000% in the Last 20 Years

"This has become one of your favorite companies. Not just because the story around bro. Culture is quite interesting right now. Lots of people are playing more video games. Were all stuck at home in. So maybe wanna drink more of this particular beverage while you're gaming but also because the returns on this one have just been absolutely stunning yet. Exactly right so. The company is a monster beverage. You've almost certainly seen them like at any deli or grocery store anything. They're known for their big cans of heavily. Caffeinated drinks sugary like super aggressive label labels on them. and it's like this sort of like very like macho. Frankly bro beverage and the stock has done phenomenally well but depending on exactly what Settings you use. it's it might be the single best performing stock in history or certainly over the last twenty or so years. I figured southlake eighty-five thousand percent over the last twenty years or one point it was like it's just unreal. We're talking like bitcoin level returns actually could probably put like bitcoin indie Etf to but we're talking like a bitcoin level returns for a company that sells a sh- sugary caffeinated beverages. Right and i think when most people think about the best performing stock of the past couple of decades they're going to think about amazon or google or apple or something like that. Not many people are gonna think about you. Know a consumer facing beverage company after. Tell you something. So i don't know much about monster I've never had one of the energy drinks. Although i am very aware of the branding and advertising strategy has been a big part of their success. And i'm sure we're going to get into that on the podcast. But i have to say in the course of doing some research for this episode. I found the most amazing anecdote on read it. Of course it came from read. It changes that perfect. What what what the anecdote. So i think it was on the financial independence retirement early board but it was some guy who said he invested ninety thousand dollars in monster energy drinks I think this was in two thousand ten. He posted and he said he'd invested five years ago so basically he had a five hundred percent increase on that ninety thousand dollar position which made him a millionaire in the space of five years and the best part of it was he wrote that in two thousand ten everyone on the message board basically said you are absolutely crazy. I can't believe you have this huge chunk. Appoint foley of your portfolio in a single stock. You need to sell it right now. And of course had he held onto it at. I don't even know what it would be worse now but like the big spike in monster energy came after two thousand ten so you can only imagine what ninety k. Invested back in two thousand five with look like after a fifteen year. A monster run in monster energy. It's really incredible. I mean it's like one of these charts where you just like slice it up. And you're like holy crap. These amazing returns and then you zoom out and looks even more amazing. It's just. It's just

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Hi Lo Silver

The Indicator from Planet Money

04:41 min | 8 months ago

Hi Lo Silver

"Taiwan is a director and global markets. At the bank of montreal. He wanted us to stress. his comments. reflect his personal opinions and are not the official position of the bank of montreal. So i asked him to give me his thoughts about the very essence of silver. Sometimes we call in our circles the devils metal because when it moves it can sit for a long time and not wrote but when it moves it can move rapidly and with a certain amount of viciousness fed devils metal sunday commodities trading seems way more exciting than it usually does like the devils metal sounds very treacherous so there are several theories that have been bouncing around the market now a bites spike in silver. And why it happened and who is behind it and let's not forget silvers. Thirteen percent swing oviously pales in comparison to the nearly five hundred percent jump in price that game stop stocks or last week. But that doesn't mean that there weren't any casualties in the silver market. Yes there were winners and losers ryan. I asked tie with a maybe that was the whole point. That like with game stop stock. Some traders might have tried to talk up the price of silver with the aim of hurting some big wall street players who are in the silver market. So that's the first theory and it was one that tired hurt as well. The stories made. It's made its way on reddit. Which one was that j. P. morgan was desperately short Silver and would have to cover. This was a way to get a j. p. morgan which is The biggest bank in the united states that conspiracy theory has been around for a long time. It is also a canard jiffy morgan's one of the biggest bullion banks in the world. They lend lot of metal out but they typically do not lend it out uncollateralized they lend metal but you have to give them dollar so while they may be short metal in a location for a short period of time. It's never anything that could come anywhere near to bringing a major bank to its knees much less. Jp morgan so this was already going after j. P. morgan no j. p. morgan not in in the crosshairs got it so theory to then so those. This bows going around. Maybe some of the short seller's who got squeezed on game stop last week have been trying to distract what ty likes to call the red legions to shift their attention and their money and their trading activity to silver. That seems a little farfetched. I think if you were short. Jimmy and amc Entirely consumed with trying to make sure your position workout. You had enough funding the hold as long as you could. I'm not sure if those would be the folks who would open up another another front in the in the war. So to speak against the raiders. You can't dismiss it completely out of hand but that seems fairly unlikely so this wasn't like the short seller's strike back no okay well we'll maybe not or maybe it was just a bad strike maybe just about strike strike so theory three then that some traders who long silver which means that they own it an expected to rise in price. Maybe they kind of infiltrated the the red at message boards in order to jack up the price of silver so that they could then make some money. Yeah they they were like double agents kind of double agents in the market. Exactly that you know. That is an appealing narrative. If you're if you're long and you are and you're trying to push the market with with news like this even though you could certainly great reddit account and use a vpn and try to keep your anonymity. This would clearly be considered. I think mark manipulation. Now i'm not an attorney but this type of thing that might lend a a clever entrepreneur. A long stay in federal penitentiary in. That's pretty that's a pretty steep price to pay if you're a silver traitor and you join read it and say like hey everybody jump into silver. You literally go to jail. You could literally go to jail so that seems like the stakes are a little bit too high for me. That is a high price to pay for the devils medal and indeed. So it's maybe not that either but the fact is that something did happen to silver this week tie. It was like a combination of rumors and the willingness of silver traders to grasp this opportunity that was presented to them by this price surge the mindset of market makers and many traders are. Oh you want to push it. You push as much as you like and once you're done we'll see where we end up in It will go on it. We'll go on trading and doing what

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Three Marketing Trends to Look Out For in 2021

The $100 MBA Show

09:09 min | 9 months ago

Three Marketing Trends to Look Out For in 2021

"So what are the top three trends. I believe you should look out for and twenty twenty one and how to really utilize each of them. So your business can reap the benefits in two thousand and twenty. Many industries are a surge in online shopping online purchases buying things whether it's products or services or tools online. And here's some data for you. Depending on the industry of various from one industry or the other but the minimum growth of online sales was twenty. Five percent in some industries saw up to five hundred percent growth if there was any apprehension of ever buying things online or being reluctant to put a credit card on a website. Those as are totally over cove it has obliterated those objections or the hesitation. And it's been a year. It's been at least nine months for most people in the world who have had adopt to buying things online with grocery whether it's renewing their insurance with our buying coaching or therapy online. The point here is is that this is now. This was a short thing. At least nine months of this was going on so people are in the habit. They're comfortable with checking out online. Now you might be saying. Hey omar that's great But i've been online for years. What does that have to do with me. Well this means that your checkout process has to be on point acid efficient. It has to be fast. Many industries are really upping their game when it comes to check out. This is one of the focuses. We have in our business whether ninja some of the things that you can do to improve the checkout process. So people are having a more pleasant experience and they come back to buying your products and services is a more options for payment. One of the options Haven't adopted yet but we'll be adopting in two thousand. Twenty one is incorporating apple pay into their checkout process. over sixty percent of the internet's traffic is on mobile. That means people are going to be on your side. They're you buying things with their phone and a smooth transition to check out without pulling a credit card out of their wallet using apple pay is going to put you ahead of the game. It's gonna make it easier faster. Simpler for your customers already been predicted that apple pay is going to see a huge jump in twenty twenty one. Many studies have shown that by the end of twenty twenty one. The ten percent of all transactions around the world will be with apple pay. That's a huge slice of the pie. You can tap into that you can increase your checkouts by offering an easy way to check out if you're using a stripe for example checkout already have apple pay built in. You just need to make sure that your interface or checkout process has apple pay a shop affi- store they have apple. Pay already in there so you can really just this on. It's going to take you a few minutes or maybe an hour to set this up on your site and you're good to go trend. Number two people have been watching videos for a very long time but twenty twenty has saw the most significant jump in video consumption ever in history forbes recently published an article showing that in twenty twenty people watched five online videos a day whether it's to whether their videos on people's websites these platforms are designed to keep them watching again. This is a habit. This is a new normal. the has been established. People are watching more and more online. Video is becoming. The medium of choice for communication on top of that youtube tubes algorithm for search engine optimization has gone bonkers. It's incredibly incredibly sophisticated. If you search a term on youtube not only does it search for you know the titles and the descriptions and the comments for those terms it actually knows when somebody actually says those words on the video and will give you a result of based on that. So if you're asking me you should go bullish on video this year. Two thousand twenty one. You should have a video content strategy whether it's a weekly series whether you're running webinars whether you're doing live or recorded video with youtube channel the players that you wanna tap into what people are already doing instead of force people into something that you like doing her new like consuming you're like producing it's never been cheaper. To produce videos now you can get a you know hd or four k webcam for under one hundred dollars get a ring life for fifty dollars and a decent mike for about sixty dollars and you got a home studio. If you're on a mac you have free editing software with movie. Even if you're not on a mac you can always Go with adobe subscription service which you can get their dobie premier Video editing software for like thirty dollars a month an indispensable tool if you're going to get serious about video and twenty twenty one highly recommend you start thinking about what video content you want to produce. It doesn't have to be talking heavy. It could be interviews. You could be reaction videos. It can be collapse as long as it's entertaining. It's engaging it's informative. People will watch trend number three and this one's a big one and it's gonna affect a lot of businesses and you really should start looking into how you can adjust your business to your website. Accordingly and that is privacy and security. This has been something. That's been percolating in the news for some time. This is particularly important when it comes to the way you are going to be advertising to your customers typically if you want to run facebook ads for example you have to put what's called a tracking pixel on your website this facebook to know when somebody's on your website so they can serve them ads on facebook and also allows them to track conversions. The issue is that data gets an owned by facebook. And a lot of it is some information that a lot of gonna wanna share like we'll computer browser on their location. If they're signed into facebook they know a whole lot more. Even you know who they are their likes are wants. All the interactions. They've had on facebook and basically facebook contract this person as they're moving around the internet and this is becoming more of a problem is becoming more of an issue because feel realizing wow. I'm being tracked We started to see this a couple of years ago with the cookies. Message that you see for gdp are people say. Oh the cy has cookies. And it's a way for us to track and people just ignored it and they're just click. Okay things are going to get a little bit. Hotter apple has already announced that in their next ios update for was fourteen. They're going to have actual pop-ups actual System messages from the operating system telling the user telling the person with the iphone. Hey this site has a tracking pixel. Do you want to be tracked. And it's actually quite a statement. It's actually something you really can't ignore. You have to say yes my movements or no. I'm paraphrasing of course. But the point here is that the privacy issue of tracking people is becoming more and more a- battle and obviously apple is going because their brand is all about privacy and security and boy do they have a market share so a lot of your users a lot of people that use iphone. You know if they're use. Iphone are going to see this message on your site. This means you can't have a tracking pixel and you're gonna have to think of ways to market your business you can. Of course run ads without attracting pixel. But you can't track conversions. Which makes it really hard for you to be able advisor ads. Which then begs the questions. Should you run ads. So this is something you need to keep an eye on and you need to plan ahead already in our business. We're trying to move away from paid advertisement or paid acquisition where customers into long term long tail content marketing whether it's a blog whether it's videos whether it's youtube whether it's partnerships with as their affiliates. The point here is that we want to own the traffic. We ought to be able to rely on our own content to bring us a traffic and not use. Third party apps to advertise. This is a big shift. It's not easy. It's not just facebook. Google or anybody else that has any kind of pixel on your site or requires a pixel so that you can track conversions so if you use paid. Acquisition us paid ads on lincoln on facebook on google. You may want to think of other ways to bring in traffic at least wean yourself off of the a bit because it's not going to be as effective as it used to emmy even get more expensive so there you have a guys three trends to look out for twenty twenty one. Get on top of this and be ahead of the game.

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Finding Your Marketing Mentor

Marketing Trends

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Finding Your Marketing Mentor

"Welcome to marketing trends I mean phase on host of marketing trends, and today we are joined by special guests mark. How're you doing fantastic cited to be here, marketing, Trans and hang out with you guys. Yeah. Excited to to chat with you. You Know You have your serial entrepreneur. You have a bunch of really cool stuff going on you have a book coming out that we're. GonNa. Talk about and everything in between. So let's get started. How did you get into marketing in the first place? Yeah. Well, you know I actually went to school and I thought I was going to study economics and then I took a marketing class and said man, this is for me and I took every marketing class I could take an it's so funny because when I went. To school and not trying to age myself here. But then even have a marketing degree. That's so crazy when I look back and think of it. But I literally took every marketing class that I could take from the universities that I was at and I just loved it. In fact, before it became an entrepreneur, I actually was the director of marketing for U. S.. A. Today. That's. A little known fact that people don't don't know talk about a product that changes every single day was fascinating and really cut my teeth on the pace at which marketing can happen. But it led me to being an entrepreneur, the entrepreneurial today, and I, have to tell you that marketing is at the core of every single business that I get involved in if I don't believe in. The product if I don't have passionate around the marketing, then I don't do it. Yes. So flush forward to today tell us a little bit about the companies that that you're involved with what you're working on. Yeah. You know often I get introduces a serial entrepreneur and what what is that that just means it's an entrepreneur that has his hands and multiple businesses I early on I. Would have won business and I started selling those businesses and I've actually sold seven businesses and so and I just there's nothing more validating than to start a business and it becomes of such value that someone is willing to pay you for it and so I got in the phase where I I was looking for more businesses that I could do that and I found myself involved. In multiple businesses now, I will tell you that that can be a detriment because you lack some focus that sometimes your business needs I can tell you right now it was a massive positive to me because when everything when the world changed earlier this year I had multiple businesses going and I'm here to tell you to my businesses within five days like five days of changes in. The world and those two businesses were literally done and I'm not sure I'm going to start him back up. They were more of physical presence stage based event based businesses and I think they're just done and so but I had some other businesses that were not in that way. In fact, one business that was in e-commerce and we started noticing that business started driving before the. World, kind of figured out what was going on, and by the time we were in the full-scale quarantine that business was up over five hundred percent year over year and what I love about business is that I've got this little philosophy that I learned from my mentor Kevin Harrington who I co wrote the Book Mentor to Millions and I would I would study him and say how? Do. You pick businesses to get involved in and he goes mark I just follow the eyeballs and I'm like follow the eyeballs and he's like, yeah I mean when I was in as seen on TV are when I was in infomercials, people watching TV and then they started moving to the Internet. So I created as seen on TV, DOT COM 'cause that's where the eyeballs were going. And now he's in a lot of businesses that are relying on social media and more modern means of of media because that's where the eyeballs are. So while I was sitting there with a business that was you know any commerce and also that for all the eyeballs went everybody's sitting at home and their their shopping from home in I've got this business that all of a sudden. Just blows up and I'm like boom to businesses have just stalled out and I've reallocated all my staff at NF leading anybody go and I read purpose them and pointed them towards the eyeballs which was ECOMMERCE and now I'm here to tell you that you know I chose Kevin Hearings as a mentor because I wasn't scaling businesses to a level that I thought I was capable. Of and come to find out it was me that was holding them back. He taught me what real scale looks like and I'm actually on my way to my first one, hundred, million dollar business all because I followed the eyeballs I was in the swim lane where everybody showed up and started swimming, and that's advice that I give all the time to people as they're trying to. Decide where to start a business what businesses start and I just say where are the eyeballs pointed where people looking if you start a business in the path of that, it has a reasonably good chance of being successful. So my principal business right now is ecommerce and then I also have a business I love physical products, and so I, try digital product and I just wasn't that Good at it and so physical product i. know I understand I like it. I can touch it. I know how to produce it another maximize it, and so I started taking what I learned in funnel marketing and applying it to physical products and found that physical products are just powerful inside a funnel marketing. So I have an Amazon Slash e commerce business that that sells products on. Twenty nine different virtual channels, and then I have a funnel based business that sells products through marketing funnels, all throughout different social media and wherever all's traffic is at. So those are my two principal businesses. They are deeply rooted in marketing and they are thriving right now even during these kind of crazy times

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Notarize online without leaving home

Talking Tech

04:41 min | 1 year ago

Notarize online without leaving home

"In a pandemic still have to get things notarized, but we don't want to go run out in see the notary in person well, pet consol has a solution for you. He's got an APP in a website called notarized Dot Com and he's here to tell us about getting notarized independent DEMOC. Hey, pat tell everybody how this works notarized dot com works just like a facetime call or any of the other apps that you're familiar with the chat with your family or your colleagues, and so you can download the APP store just called notarize or go to notarize dot. com. And you basically upload your document you confirm your identity by answering some questions and you connect with a notary. You Chat You sign you get your PDF, and you're on your way and how much does this? It's twenty five dollars in how does that compare to seeing a notary in person It depends on the market you know summer five, summer twenty, summer fifty You know we like to compare it to the cost of having come someone drive to your house, which is a service you can pay for. That's typically hundred get two, hundred bucks. So it's it's twenty five dollars to have a notary in your pocket twenty, four, seven in less than thirty seconds alrighty, and there's a there's a notary on the other side of the facetime call like. We've got notaries across the country and they answer these calls and they they help you get your document notarized whenever you need it. How long have you been doing this? We've been this about five years now. All. Right. What what got you started. Yes I accompanied previously that I sold the twitter. It was a search business and You know after selling that I needed to get a document notarized I won't. Will I did a lot of people do which is I went down to the UPS store I gotTA notarized I sent it off and I got a phone call. And they said Hey the notary mess this up. So you got to go do it again and that was really what got me thinking about the problem I just I wanted something where I didn't have to go find a notary I wanted to work perfectly every time always be available. and now we've extended the product of businesses. So we've got a lot of really large enterprises on the platform that they use it to automate a really important process like selling a car on boarding a new private wealth Kleiner mortgage for buying a house whatnot how many people use your service daily? Or weekly whatever. tens of thousands. Daily. Weekly weekly Okay and have you seen boost during the pandemic? Yeah. So our business businesses grown about five hundred percent in the last one, hundred, twenty days which has just been incredible. You know in order to meet the demand, we've on boarded more than a thousand new notaries. Built new software so that they can pay get paid instantly. So if you're notary out there listening if you sign up with us, you can get setup serve clients and get paid same day. So twenty five dollars to you keep five or ten or has it work? It depends on the type of transaction in the client, but it's You know it's it totally varies. Okay well, I'm sure notaries out there would love to hear how you be more specific. So how can they make? Yeah. So on a basic transaction, it might be five in a real estate. It might be twenty five or fifty and we've got you know notaries that have been doing this only for a couple of months already made ten thousand dollars working out the platform. It sounds so perfect. I can't imagine why would want to do this in person any idea what the advantage of going in person is. I mean. It's hard to come up with honestly no You know people tend to love the service. If you read our reviews, we've got you know twenty, five, thousand, five star reviews average rating four point nine seven. Mike. That you know people say is we we save them time and people are busy irrespective of the pandemic and to be able to click and connect and get on with life is really compelling. Now is getting your document notarized as big a deal in today's world as it was ten years ago. I mean I I know about it for real estate are there are other uses that that people have to do daily? Yeah so there are some that are required legally and there's others that companies choose to have done. We're actually seeing a lot of companies opt into the process right now that even if they're not required to. It's really about fraud reduction, and if you think about the Internet now everyone's doing things remotely. If you're a business that's selling a car or mortgage or whatnot, you might not have the chance to sit down face to face with your clients. So how do they have the efficiencies of the Internet while still being able to trust the people that they're transacting with and a lot of people are turning to our service? So we think the markets we're seeing the market growing. Already notarize. Dot. com

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Insider trading issues raised after Kodak's stock gets hot

CNBC's Fast Money

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Insider trading issues raised after Kodak's stock gets hot

"Shares of Kodak taking another leg lower today as the drama around the company Continues Swirl. The latest twist. Kodak. Significantly up to its lobbying spending before being awarded seven hundred and sixty five million dollar government loan according to Reuters Kodak Spent Eight hundred seventy thousand dollars in lobbying efforts between April and June. Compare that to less than five thousand dollars it spent in Q. One of twenty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred now as. We've been reporting here on fast money. The rise in Kodak's years before news officially broke of that government loans, concerns of insider trading and an SEC broke the company's earnings call last night Kodak CEO said, he supports the government's decision to put the loan on hold until I'd investigation is complete. Karen you have puts in this stock. What is remarkable is that it's nowhere near the level it was trading at prior to the win the loan was announced. Right. Five hundred percent more than that. It's interesting to me that that's a great return on those lobbying dollars, right? I mean eight, hundred, thousand. Seven hundred sixty, million dollar loan or whatever. It might be I think the CEO had to say that I don't really know what else he can say like does disregard those that all that option noise give us the money anyway I think that this I think it's sort of become an embarrassment of to the trump administration and they probably should just. Speaking now someone who's long puts right that they should just let this one go and not not fun this loan it's too noisy. Ten and Every part of that option is just terrible right Tim. What it gets back to you know even if they get the loan, are they the right company to be producing the pharmaceutical? Talk. Once upon a time, try to be a blockchain company. Now back to photography company trying to be a generic drugmaker ingredient maker is right company. I mean. This is a company that has tried to reinvent itself Multiple Times since twenty twelve bankruptcy. And so I just it's hard for me to understand. We don't have enough of a show to talk about the what lobbying efforts or like and the impact and how the shouldn't happen anyway even with real companies. But I think if you look at the trading volume volume on the stock, it went from trading by appointment to trading two hundred and fifty million shares at its peak two weeks ago It's still trading about nine million shares to about eating a million dollars of turnover which tells you there's just an extraordinary backdrop still I agree with Karen, I think there's more to go here.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Banks and credit unions in the brokerage firms into these contracts because that they paid higher interest back then you could earn eleven and at ten AM I and at ten percent that net tax free was better than if you were in the market and had to earn fifteen or sixteen percent after taxes and fees ten at ten and so they were safer they paid higher interest they were tax free and they blossom when you died and there wasn't a CD or a money market account that came close even though CD's were paying ten percent back there and the brokerage firms couldn't compete with this is all they wind and they complained they didn't want to kill this instrument because frankly this is where they put some of their money banks borrow our money and pay as what one percent every million that we deposit in the banks that's like money into land to possess did they borrow our money at one percent every million they borrowed they pay ten thousand a year in interest and they can turn around effect they turn around and take thirty to forty percent of their tier one assets and put it into Bali bank owned life insurance contracts just like I'm talking about and they don't even linked to an index and they can earn five how much worse fight than one don't say four is five hundred percent more they they pay ten thousand and they make fifty thousand would you hire an employee for ten grand that major next to fifty grand would you buy a widget machine for ten grand to make you an extra fifty grand that's called a five hundred percent return unemployment cost requip Mecosta as savvy business owner understands what I'm talking about here but what they did they didn't want to kill the deal because this is where they put some of their money but they wanted to slow the flow they wanted to slow down the exodus of money out of their brokerage firms out of the banks out of the credit union's into these because they couldn't compete and so in nineteen eighty eight June twenty first of nineteen eighty eight to be precise because we're the number one educators on this in America we teach savvy tax attorney CPA is about these tax laws and so June twenty first nineteen eighty eight as part of the technical and miscellaneous revenue act dispels the acronym Tamera it demands that you could no longer put in one big lump sum because up until June twenty first nineteen eighty eight I have clients but in one fell swoop a lump sum of like say a half a million Bucks and they immediately could pull out let's say they were earning eleven a netting ten which many were they could pull out fifty grand a year of tax free income and frankly they're still doing that because their grandfather they didn't have to comply with Tamera what changed with Tamera after June twenty first nineteen eighty eight you could no longer put in a half a million and take tax free income it would accumulate tax deferred but if you wanted to turn on income it would be taxable LIFO and that's like an annuity this is not an annuity CNN and nobody has a savings account with an insurance company and that they are taxed LIFO last in first out which means if you put in a half a million Bucks and if you were earning ten percent which most annuities don't pay you bought fifty grand and you're just you're taking out that interest first and so that means the last money earning is the first money coming out so if you want tax free income you had to spread out the funding over five years and then it would be tax free so instead of putting in a half a million in one fell swoop you could put in a hundred thousand Bucks a year you don't have to put in that much that's the most you could put in as fast as you can put it in the whole life insurance has a similar concept but it's a seven play you can't put in as much money as you can into a universal life is not as flexible so I can usually earn eleven a net ten with an indexed universal life whereas whole life if you haven't earned eight which most are not pain you're the only net six and it would take until you're ninety five years old to achieve that net internal rate of return within two percent of the gross which is a lower gross then indexed universal life that's why I'm partial to indexed universal life insurance because I earn higher returns is flexible and I can find it in five years once you jump through those steps right Deborah and Tamera hoops then you are more or less like grandfathered so that all of that money that you accumulated not only tax free but when you start accessing your income when you do it the way section seventy seven oh two says it is tax free forever we've had people put in a half a million a double to a million and a million double to two million that two million double to four million and now at ten percent pay outs they're experiencing four hundred thousand a year of tax free income for twenty twenty five thirty years because they complied with tough for different and Tamera so that is why you have to spread it out over five years and that slot so if this is resonating with you stay with me to the next segment but if you can't join us for a free ninety minute educational weapon are this coming Wednesday this is a free web and aren't we're.

"five hundred percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Exodus of money from the banks and credit unions in the brokerage firms into these contracts because as they paid higher interest back then you could earn eleven at ten I and at ten percent that net tax free was better than if you were in the market and had to earn fifteen or sixteen percent after taxes and fees ten at ten and so they were safer they paid higher interest they were tax free and they blossom when you died and there wasn't a CD or a money market account that came close even though CD's were paying ten percent back there and the brokerage firms couldn't compete with this is all they wind and they complained they didn't want to kill this instrument because frankly this is where they put some of their money banks borrow our money and pay as what one percent so every million that we deposit in the banks that's like money into Linda's did they borrow our money at one percent every million they borrowed they pay ten thousand a year in interest and they can turn around effect they turn around and take thirty to forty percent of their tier one assets and put it into Bali bank owned life insurance contracts just like I'm talking about and they don't even linked to an index and they can earn five how much worse fight than one don't say four is five hundred percent more they they pay ten thousand and they make fifty thousand would you hire an employee for ten grand that major next to fifty grand would you buy a widget machine for ten grand to make you an extra fifty grand that's called a five hundred percent return unemployment cost requip Mukasa a savvy business owner understands what I'm talking about here but what they did they didn't want to kill the deal because this is where they put some of their money but they wanted to slow the flow they wanted to slow down the exodus of money out of their brokerage firms out of the banks out of the credit union's into these because they couldn't compete and so in nineteen eighty eight June twenty first of nineteen eighty eight to be precise because we're the number one educators on this in America we teach savvy tax attorney CPA is about these tax laws and so June twenty first nineteen eighty eight as part of the technical and miscellaneous revenue active spells the acronym Tamera it demands that you could no longer put in one big lump sum because up until June twenty first nineteen eighty eight I had clients but in one fell swoop a lump sum of like say a half a million Bucks and they immediately could pull out let's say they were earning eleven a netting ten which many were they could pull out fifty grand a year of tax free income and frankly they're still doing that because their grandfather they didn't have to comply with Tamera what changed with Tamera after June twenty first nineteen eighty eight you could no longer put in a half a million and take tax free income it would accumulate tax deferred but if you wanted to turn on income it would be taxable LIFO and that's like an annuity this is not an annuity CNN and nobody has a savings account with an insurance company and that they are taxed LIFO last in first out which means if you put in a half a million Bucks and if you were earning ten percent which most annuities don't pay you bought fifty grand and you're just you're taking out that interest first and so that means the last money earning is the first money coming out so if you want tax free income you had to spread out the funding over five years and then it would be tax free so instead of putting in a half a million in one fell swoop you could put it on her a thousand Bucks a year you don't have to put in that much that's the most you could put in as fast as you can put it in the whole life insurance has a similar concept but it's a seven pay you can't put in as much money as you can into a universal life is not as flexible so I can usually earn eleven a net ten with an indexed universal life whereas whole life if you haven't earned eight which most are not pain you'd only net six and it would take until you're ninety five years old to achieve that net internal rate of return within two percent of the gross which is a lower gross then indexed universal life that's why I'm partial to indexed universal life insurance because I earn higher returns is flexible and I can find it in five years once you jump through those steps right Deborah and Tamera hoops then you are more or less like grandfathered so that all of that money that you accumulated not only tax free but when you start accessing your income when you do it the way section seventy seven oh two says it is tax free forever we've had people put in a half a million a double to a million and a million double to two million that two million double to four million and now at ten percent pay outs are experiencing four hundred thousand a year of tax free income for twenty twenty five thirty years because they complied with tough for differ and Tamera so that is why you have to spread it out over five years and that's locked so if this is resonating with you stay with me to the next segment but if you can't join us for a free ninety minute educational weapon are this coming Wednesday this is a free.

Clorox sees 500 percent increase in demand for disinfectants as it ramps up production

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Clorox sees 500 percent increase in demand for disinfectants as it ramps up production

"Clorox factories working overtime to meet a five hundred percent spike in demand. In some cases we sold as much in one week as we normally sell in one month. We are completely uncharted territory. And we're in catch up mode than door or is the CEO of Clorox. Will people be able to go to the stores and find products in stock on the Shell? We know that right now. We cannot make enough products for everybody. We think we will be in a substantially better shape by the summer June July. Or is that what you're thinking we're ramping up supply components however is the consumer demand and that today is outside our control. The company says it increased production of disinfectants by forty percent. But that's still not enough. We are shipping products stores every single day. Whether that's physical stores online stores. But they're gone pretty much right. Wendy arrive our cameras. Were not allowed inside clorox facilities because of health and safety concerns but the company shared this video with NBC News. A rare look inside. Its largest. Factory churning out giant bleach drums. That can clean fourteen thousand hospital rooms each and the wipes and sprays that we all use at home while clorox is ramping up production. They say that the safety of their nearly nine thousand employees is the priority so they're making changes at factories like this one including staggered breaks face and temperature checks. Do you consider your employees critical frontline workers to yes we do. Jessica Mathews one of them responsible for making sure. The trucks are loaded. You really see how valuable really

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UK Health minister Nadine Dorries diagnosed with coronavirus

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

UK Health minister Nadine Dorries diagnosed with coronavirus

"Well let's have a look at our top stories we start here in the U. K. the conservative junior health minister Nadine Dorries has become the first MP to be diagnosed with the virus the sixty a two year old confirmed that she was self isolating at home but had started to become unwell on Thursday that's the same day she attended a Downing Street event hosted by the prime minister Boris Johnson meanwhile the National Health Service is increasing the number all of that kind of us tests that it processes to ten thousand per day an increase of five hundred percent the escalation comes as the number of cases in the U. K. top three hundred and seventy and a sixth British pace in a patient a person with underlying health conditions cool coronavirus in the U. K. died of the

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The Washington Post claims President Trump made 12019 false or misleading claims over 928 days

Trump, Inc.

03:29 min | 1 year ago

The Washington Post claims President Trump made 12019 false or misleading claims over 928 days

"Beyond personal plays along. She also seems to know exactly. What's up with a wink and a nudge? Trump has been making the press and the public complicit in his lies since forever. Take the two thousand seven launch of trump vodka a great tasting and. I'm very proud of the fact. Actually that I don't drink but you see what he did there too great tasting dot com. And I'm very proud of the fact that I don't drink but it's a vodka that people really like it you know it's taken off. Like the only place. Trump vodka took off was Israel where it was marketed. As Kosher for Passover an investigation by the Jerusalem Post found some trump vodka was not kosher And when they joined the trump organization trump's children also learned to spin hyperbole and deception. We have many projects that are actually selling. I talked forty units in Panama Panama. We sold it a five hundred percent premium anything. The luxury market had ever experienced prior to our entry when it comes to the trump organization misrepresentations were frequent now. Trump is doing the same as president since January twentieth. Two Thousand Seventeen. We have been documenting every false. Or misleading statement made by President Trump. Glenn Kessler is editor of The Washington. Post fact checker. He spoke with trump INC producer Catherine Sullivan in August. And how many Arab to today as of today so as of August fifth the numbers. Twelve Thousand Nineteen Kessler says. The PACE has picked up dramatically from about five lines a day to around twenty from the family separation policy. President Obama separated the children to voter fraud. Which is extremely rare. Vote many times not just twice not just three times and they vote. It's like a circle. They come back. They put a new hat on. They come back. They put a new shirt on and in many cases. They don't even do that. He tells defensive I never told Don mcgann to fire muller no collusion. No obstruction was a complete and total. Exoneration Andy Fudges seemingly inconsequential stuff. My father's from Germany Both of my parents are from the E. U Fred trump was born in the bronx father's German right was German and Born in a very wonderful place in Germany I so I have a be used to be. One lie could badly hurt. President trump repeats his lies like it's dare just announced they're expanding or building sex. They're opening up seven other plans. Steel is opening up a minimum of eight plants. Steel building eight or nine

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'Dark Towers' Chases Scandal-Ridden Institution Deutsche Bank

The Book Review

08:10 min | 1 year ago

'Dark Towers' Chases Scandal-Ridden Institution Deutsche Bank

"David ensor joins us now. His new book is called Dark Towers. Deutsche Bank Donald Trump an epic tale of destruction it debuts this week at number two on the New York Times bestseller list and I also have to disclose that. David is my cousin in law and he eats all the pie Thanksgiving about his nonetheless. Welcome here on the PODCAST. Lobo I didn't know what you're going to get that person quickly. Yeah important. Why people to know Dave? Thanks for being here. That's revenue so we're not GonNa talk about that crime. We're GONNA talk about some other ones. This is a book about deutchebanks. Started off with reporting that you did beginning around two thousand fourteen. I was in London working at the time of the Wall Street Journal and I'd already been kind of obsessing about Deutsche Bank. Ps This is you know. One of the biggest banks in the world one of the most troubled institutions and involved is either at or near the center of just about every financial scandal under the Sun and then in January twenty fourteen one of the most senior executives at the bank and kind of the right hand man to the CEO at the time was found hanging in his apartment in lended. Who is he his name is? Bill Broke Smith and he was a guy who had worked at the bank on and off for almost twenty years and he had he was an expert in risk management in an expert in derivatives and he but more important he was the guy who turned to as kind of the ethical compass of the bank he was. He was known informally as the conscience of the place. He was someone who could say no. He was pretty conservative and he was not quite as hungry for short-term profits as most of his colleagues were and it's something that happened at the bank immediately precede his suicide and did he leave a suicide note like do. We know that this was tied to his work. Well I mean it's really hard and I think probably dangerous to try to make in light statement about why someone does something like this but he did leave a bunch of suicide notes including one to with his longtime colleague onto Jane who at the time was the CO CEO of the Bank. And so one thing that became clear over the years a report and I did and working to talk to his many friends and family members and former colleagues as I could was that. There's no doubt that at the time of his death. Deutsche Bank was very much on his mind in someone he knew his on his mind in a not in a good way he was very upset about some of the things that had transpired while he was there are before we get into some of the things that that he personally saw during the I guess the Early Twenty First Century you say that as of two thousand fourteen it was well established that Deutsche Bank was kind of troubled scandal-ridden institution I mean. How far does that date back? Well the bank is one hundred fifty years old this year. Happy Birthday Deutsche Bank and for the first several decades of its existence. This is just a pretty provincial. German and European lender helping big industrial companies like Siemens spread their wings internationally. But when the Nazis came to power in Germany in the thirties Deutsche Bank became a central part of their attempt to take over the world and this is not attempt to take the Nazi attempted takeover. Was that different from what other German banking institutions did. At the time Deutsche Bank was by far the biggest German bank. A lot of German companies to survive did what it took to arrive in that area which was helping the Nazis. But there's been an attempt by the bank and some historians I think in recent decades to kind of sanitize that basic fact by saying well. Everyone was doing it and that was just the way the world works and we can look back at this period now and say that Deutsche Bank was party to genocide. Wow most people who don't work in finance and don't report on finance look at these banks. They all kind of seem interchangeable and interchangeably bad. That every one of them or many of them have had one terrible scandal or another or many in recent years is a bank especially at I mean. Is there something about its culture? There are a lot of things that make it a specially bad. I mean first of all wallets true that just about every bank under the Sun has been attached to one or more financial scandals over the years. Don't you think really has been involved in a disproportionate number and it's faced disproportionate penalties. As a result of that you can look at that in terms of the number of criminal charges. The bank has faced around the world or the amount in fines that it's racked up the to me. The better measure of its destructive capacity is the havoc wreaked around the world. And you can really look in. Probably almost every continent of the world in see some major in pretty pretty bad scandal to the bank was involved with the cause real harm whether it's destroying companies or really messing up economies or being involved in major bribery or corruption scandals laundering money violating sanctions. Deutsche Bank is blamed by the families of some American soldiers for their deaths in Iraq because the bank was illegally funding Iranian terrorists. So you can say that about some things but you can't say about every bank that every single scandal comes right back to their doorstep in that unfortunately is the case. Allow the time with deutchebanks one of the things that differentiates Deutsche Bank for many other banks is that there is no villain at the top. They have no. Ceo Unlike many other banks is that part of the problem that there isn't one person who has held accountable. Well it actually used to be that way these days for the past fifteen years or so they have had a CEO. In fact you can trace the banks last series of problems going back to the mid two thousand to the decision to place increasing power in this unitary see It's gotten worse when they've had someone. Yeah although it got worse under Joe Ackerman who is the longtime CEO from two thousand to two thousand twelve. And he was the one who converted the organizational structure of the bank from being this kind of collaborative committee led approach to being one where there's an American style. Ceo At the top of the bank and Ackerman very shortly upon arriving as CEO of the bank made a very fateful decision which was that he decided that within a very short period of time a couple of years deutchebanks prophets needed to go up about five hundred percent and looking backwards. It doesn't seem that surprise and the consequences that followed that at the time. This marked a really transformational change within the bank. And it went from being an institution that looked around and kind of saw itself as serving multiple constituencies whether shareholders or customers employees or the communities. In which an operator and it went from doing that to having a single minded focus and obsession on maximising short-term profits basically consequences. Be Damned and when you talk about the recent crimes of DEUTCHEBANKS and we're not even getting to Donald Trump who is in your subtitle him later. Did most of those things manipulating markets helping terrorists regimes defrauding regulators. Did most of this take place during that two thousand and two to two thousand twelve period when he was the CEO will the got started. Then and that was Ackerman's decision to prioritize short-term profits above all else was the catalyst for all sorts of bad behavior within the bank and it wasn't just the people were rushing to make money at any cost and although they were doing that it was also that the bank at that moment because it was so obsessed with meeting quarterly profit targets. It stopped investing in things that cost money. For example they stop investing in technology. And so the banks internal computer systems became just this. Archaic jumbled mess and that sounds kind of technical and maybe not that important but the reality is immense that Deutsche Bank. If you if you were asked to say Deutsche Bank what how much money have you lent to say Russia? There's no easy way to answer that you can just type it into a computer. None of these computer systems are talking to each other. And that's a pretty scary thing for bank. And they also completely failed to invest in compliance an anti money laundering staff. And because those are things that cost money they're not going to produce revenue and in fact they they do the opposite prison revenue. They take away revenue as their job. If they're doing it properly is to say no to potentially problematic and potentially very lucrative transactions this focus on quarterly profits and profit above all else. Is that very different from what other banks were doing. During this period Deutsche Bank went from

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Why Strategic Planning Is Important For Small Business

The Common Cents Show

09:44 min | 1 year ago

Why Strategic Planning Is Important For Small Business

"So yeah topic today. Title Net flicks worst nightmare. What's the worst nightmare eh? We've talked about this a lot but maybe we haven't talked about it on air. I don't think specifically so obviously when we were putting the information together You know we talked to one F lakes and article in Forbes magazine by Stephen McBride and one of the things that says which will then pull from today is that the net flicks in the last decade. Their stock has risen to about eighty. Five hundred percent has risen by eighty-five hundred percent. That's not because streaming ozzy caught fire. I mean streaming is like first of all the word streaming was invented. Because of what Netflix does I know like no one used the word really like streaming in relation to viewing things until Netflix really came along and now it's like streaming as his own category which is impressive. Whenever you can create its things Hastings Reed Hastings Ya Hastings company that like the smart brands words words right Amex? Yeah exactly. It's like netflixing. Chill not exactly that one. Maybe actually. That's he can miss his better thing. Big You're like old married couples. That's what they say will take Shade Mahar in the tender tender account. I don't F- looks to me Netflix. And Chill and has put Netflix ongoing asleep so because the different indices sold as me. That's the that's what I do. They netflixing watch Netflix. Watch me so anyway. So net flicks achieved those gains. How do they do it? They literally disrupted video rental the whole industry. They stole millions of customers. Oh no not even just a video rental like they they were beyond that streaming actually took away customers from the large cable companies. Millions of cable companies loss customers at the hands of readings Netflix. God I'd love to be able to drop Kale. I know I have a way to watch sports without having in cable. 'cause that's literally. The only thing tying cable Youtube Youtube Youtube. TV Okay Forty nine ninety nine a month all regions force not end more mass. Let's check that. I have it now but accidents because I still have direct TV. Once they cancelled DIRECTTV next year. I'm GONNA switch completely over to Youtube. TV sweet actually be free. Leave so so Netflix. Still literally tens of millions of customers from cable companies because so much content yet you know I can literally don't I can't even tell you what channels are what on cable. All I know is that you'd have to hit five hundred to get into like your hd but after that. Ah I'm just hitting like the page until I fall. Oh there we go. That's what I WANNA watch. I can't tell you anything but you WANNA know what's on Netflix. I know all you know what I mean like. I'm always always watching documentaries. And movies and everything so yeah I completely feel that way. It's funny because articles here says says that Last year half of Americans a twenty to forty five didn't even watch a second of cable TV. That's crazy isn't nuts. Wow that's true disruption. But here's the problem. oftentimes when there's a a good idea invented where comes out disrupts the whole marketplace replace what happens competition. Man are the big boys get into the they see going on they get they own honestly that Pie. So that's what's happening right now. Man Disney plus who you name it right there all stripping away so my net flicks is Grip tight grip on this on the street. And there's more coming. Yeah like because all licenses that netflix expiring or not renewing because those major are those major television and film houses are taking the licenses back in creating their own streaming service. You know that's crazy. Yep so the point of this. Is that Netflix. Says worst nightmare would be that what they did the cable. Obviously it's going to happen to them. Yeah we'll be done to them. Do you think that people would cancel their netflix memberships. Though like cable 'cause I see it as a way where people just reduce their netflix subscription. More so than. Cancel it because Netflix still has like so much offer. Yeah that's a good question so we extrap- extrapolating out. I'm looking at it that we would have to reduce it because they still put out some good stuff. They have netflix originals. That some some of them are actually really good now some of the NFL. So I think it's just what I've talked to house of cards. Yeah this is why I've talked about affair with you that I still feel the same as that A little bit off topic but I think me personally for the end consumer. It's a disservice to them. Because you know in a world where everybody is like I you said I'd love to get off the cable. Save some money when you really start to do the math. It's like I think. NBC's starting to get their own thing. Soon we're just reading in in this article. Eighteen tease looking to start their own already. Disney plus we already know Hulu and some of these other ones when you break down all the different subscriptions that you're paying for. It's like Mike expresses went up not down exactly. So how much is Netflix is. Net flicks is fifteen. ninety-nine that's how much I pay and then Disney pluses twelve ninety nine. It's all ready twenty nine dollars here and then Hulu Hulu Netflix and ESPN. But then like let's say you get get what's the other one Like NBC. What if they come on you know what I mean because they have the office and they have friends? It's in frazier and I think those are like the top things that are watched on Netflix. And I love Frazier Frazier okay. Oh don't forget the apple apple plus came out to Oh did it yes apple pluses apples streaming service. And that's like four ninety nine one hundred dollars for cable or three hundred for seriously seriously. But you know what's GonNa Happen is that it's just going to be things that people watching cancel. There's going to be this. Subscription does monthly subscription service. This is going to turn into people turning on and turning off being hop skip like I just already heard of people doing that with the mandatory now that it stopped just cancel their Disney subscription. And they'll come back and they'll come. I'm back and so what happens. Disney just lose revenue because people are leaving and coming back. That's not the kind of when you have a scripture over. She won't be able to be subscribed for life like you don't want cycles of three month customers and then come back this and that it's just like you know you know. They really is a paid. But the reason why we bring this up in the entrepreneur. Life is because as is entrepreneurs. This is going to happen. Competitions part of business is you know especially even if you have something that disrupts the market as much much is a net flicks people come in Nelson and got this really great idea. No one else is doing it. There's no competition and they could be right there. There may not be any competition. But you can't assume that it will always be that way if it's that good of an idea and you have a hold on the market share. Some point people are going to be like wait a minute. They're gonNA wake up and be like oh we gotta do. Is You know you look at Netflix. Netflix is paying Disney And NBC and some of these other companies. A little bit to be able to have those shows on Netflix. So now they're looking like dead. Their stocks rose eighty five hundred eighty five hundred percent percent eight thousand five hundred percent yet whether I want some of that. Yup Well I guess the other thing too is I the reason why we put with is in. There is because it's like like you said like this is going to happen as a small business owner and I don't think I think the wrong I think to wrong reactions to to competition so I'll I'll start off with my own example. Is that when I moved to the city block them on in open a facility disability down there in downtown Boston five years ago when I first open I had four competitors today I have twelve. Which kind of tells you the state of number one the industry that a man number two tells you that there's no market research done uh-huh in some areas but then the other thing too is like it tells you that you know like there's going to be competition and you know you're competing for the same dollar if you think you're competing for the same dollar? You're you're mistaken you're competing for fifty cents and you had to. You GotTa just be careful if you want to compete for the whole dollar then you have to outperform everybody to get that dollar like significantly. You don't have to be a one stop shop but your value has to be tremendously high. You create value. We've talked about it a million a million times and we had a podcast the segment about creating value. How to do so? Go back and listen to that. I think is episode thirty three. Yeah and that's what they're going to have to do here. So what right. So that's the thing is like okay so that so so I was just giving you. The example of how market competition using my example can come into play. And I'm sure for you. I mean I I went went from four to twelve inches my block but for you. I'm sure even bigger than that. You're you're industry. Because you have comp- you have to deal with both companies and individuals

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Fat people are more than TWICE as likely to have overweight dogs because they feed their pet pooches fattening treats, study finds

Let's Talk Pets

04:50 min | 1 year ago

Fat people are more than TWICE as likely to have overweight dogs because they feed their pet pooches fattening treats, study finds

"Just recently in the university Copenhagen looked at the body mass index of pet parents who had obese pets and it turned out that they also had a higher body mass index essentially when you put it as as if I could speak plainly what they found is that when it came to dogs were obese they also saw pet parents world peace as well this is Chad Allen Jing because it's something that I think a lot of it needs have encountered have been sensitive to and have read the band particularly sympathetic towards but it's still very challenging conversation and I wanted to ask you how you navigate that scenario if you are you know if your focus your attention is about the health of the Pat your seeing an obese Pat but then also you see the parents and they may not be in the picture of health as well due to obesity or being overweight yeah and and look this is something that we have been very vocal about for a long time and I'm gonna give you my opinion it may not be one that everybody wants to hear but yeah so this is old old research this goes back to a German study nearly twenty years ago the people with obesity or are they more likely to have a pet with obesity right and of course here's where first of all you have complete bias in your data set because Hey the majority of adults in Europe well I should say all European countries but so let's let's speak to US and Canada since that's where most of our listeners will be the majority of U. S. adults are overweight or have obesity so right there what does that tell you it doesn't tell you anything if the majority of people have that I mean you can do some clever statistical analysis and he's on certain things but the reality is if most of the people are already in this one cohort Yardi completely biased so I don't really see the value there right okay okay all you did was conclude that okay independently we know that there are more are are at least over a little over half of the dogs and cats are overweight or have a Beastie we know of similar types of of data supports human adults and even childhood now so I don't see where that mixes together the other thing I would caution veterinarians is we are not there we are not human physicians we're argument healthcare providers five hundred percent and by definition what you've just described is actually judging a client and we're this is where we get into stigma and bias because what we have to do as a veterinarian and I would argue this is what our human colleagues to do as well is we need to focus on the species that we are the expert and okay now I have some cross talk you know between my coaching and and personal training at like you right but I I don't go into the exam room and say well let's talk about your diet Mrs Smith you know I'm right I mean it's inappropriate and it is distracting so I really want us as a veterinary profession to to focus on our patients our responsibility first and foremost this is why we're doing a lot of research right now the association for police to prevention around weight bias and stigma because we think that what you've just described Courtney actually is happening and so these better into going into the room they're seeing a person who's suffering from obesity themselves and then they don't have the conversation for fear of inadvertently you know offending the client I mean I've written about this for almost twenty years and and this is a real this is friction this this tension that's created in every exam that has these factors at play and I think that as a profession we really have got to you we have to be able to set aside our judgment of the client we really have to go beyond blaming the client or blaming the Pat for this and say look here's what we've got right I mean like I I it kind of drives me crazy sometimes you a person that comes down to human doctor's office and they are diagnosed with prostate cancer typically the physician is going to say well did you eat a lot of process red meat you now well there you go can't do much for you of course we don't say that but yet if you apply that same methodology as a dog or cat comes in it's a hundred fifteen pounds golden retriever and we're looking at the owner who's three hundred fifty pounds of their suffering from obesity and we just say well you know I'm not gonna be able to help you guys because you obviously can't help yourself again we've got to do better this is a disease state we need better tools we need a better treatment again I just I wanna be careful of judging the pet owner in the situations in focus squarely on the patient that I am Abu it and license the tree which is the daughter the cap or the horse very well said I think if you approach almost every situation and that's what I try to do every every day whether you're talking about that'll be city or any sort of disease state if you place it had first what's the best for the Pat then everything I think falls into line at your conversations with that parents are your treatment goals your decision making your medical strategy if you place it what is best for the pack first I think everything seems to

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The Game Changers: A Revolutionary New Film About Meat, Protein and Strength

Nutrition Rounds Podcast

03:08 min | 2 years ago

The Game Changers: A Revolutionary New Film About Meat, Protein and Strength

"Interested in plant as diet and this entire shift we've had in culture turn actually for the podcast for chatting about it and I would love for you guys just involved in the game changers documentary which was just really fantastic exploration ration- of this entire movement and space so I would love to hear your thoughts on everything that's evolved since game. Changers has come out in your part of it and everything well. I think the changes is going to be a game changer for a lot of people. I think it's GonNa wake a lot of people up the opening night last Monday. We could go the gross over a million dollars that which is unheard of for a documentary and a our sold out sixty two percent of the theater. I think it just goes to show that after four decades of doing this work that I I think the time has fun to come that convergence of forces that finally makers the right time not only for medical reasons but also for aspirational reasons I think but I really loved about the game changers is that it made it fun and cool and sexy and strong manly and womanly and and all those aspirational ideals of Hab hub in the completely the address to biggest misconceptions that people have about eating plant-based style which is that you're a WIMP and they don't get enough protein pan downloads definitely accurate seeing these amazing men and women raised their game in the strongest man in the world love the line in there. They said someone said how can I be as a strong as an ox. He says he like an ox and so I think that the limitations of drugs and surgery becoming clear power life such as becoming clear to make had funded sexy I think is really great and you know there's this one scene in the movie that I with Aaron Spitz that show that even a single neil that's high in fat and animal protein as Aaron Spit says can affect men in their in their most important muscle is the way he put it and when I was on Ellen Degeneres show I talked about that with her or we had a lot of refund site without this idea that a single meal that's a plant based from y'all compared to the meat-based meal that these guys who are elite athletes in mid-twenties had three to five hundred percent more frequent erections and eight fifteen percent harder erections after a single meal. I think really does wake a lot of people up. I mean I've been riding for years that even a single meal can affect your heart with you know but to European you know that gets people's attention and also refrains. The idea yeah of the whole point of changing lifestyle isn't just fear base to prevent something bad from happening years down the road but how much better you feel in ways matter in how quickly clay you know. Your brain is for your you can feel more clearly. We're doing a setting out assuming reverse Alzheimer's disease your body. Your brain called the hippocampus controls memory gets you can actually grow brain bigger. Your skin gets more blood so you age less. Quickly your hearts for blood. Your sexual organs get more what it's systemic and I think that's really turns it around. People say all I'm a you know eat this food today to prevent something really bad from happening years down the road to what the game is so much more than what I get up and experience

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For Many Authors, Celebrity Book Clubs Are A Ticket To Success

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:27 min | 2 years ago

For Many Authors, Celebrity Book Clubs Are A Ticket To Success

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply with hundreds of thousands of titles released each and every year. How are we supposed to choose a book to read. Word of mouth is the old standby then there's media interviews book clubs and increasingly celebrity book clubs are seen as a ticket to the bestseller list. N._p._r.'s lynn neary has been investigating it all began with oprah and i want to get the whole country entry reading again those of you who haven't been reading. I think books are important. Oprah winfrey. I introduce book club on her television. Show back in nineteen ninety-six sending works by previously unknown writers shooting to the top of bestseller lists. A new version of the club was launched in twenty twelve using social media as the main platform warm now. There's a range of book clubs led by celebrities actress. Emma watson has a feminist book club. Andrew looks club is aimed in part at getting young people to read tonight. Show host. Jimmy fallon jumped on the bandwagon with his summer reads book club in today's media market. There are lots of options. Chris in mclean is a book industry analysts with end ep book scan which tracks the sales of print books at major u._s. retailers. There's a lot of types of media and entertainment that are competing for people's attention attention and so having prominent influencers recommend books is very helpful to those books reaching their audience mclean points to one of the latest entries as an example jenna bush hager's book club on the today show the next hashtag read with genetic. She's announced her august pick advantage by nicole. Dennis van kristen mclean says the first five books chosen by the read with jennifer book club saw a significant boost in their sales. We've seen gene these books overperform about five hundred percent compared to the rest of the market for fiction during that time so that's a very healthy performance. It's too soon to add the numbers for patsy patsy but author nicole dennis. Ben is excited for her books prospects. It's every writers dream. I won't lie about that is really a dream. Come true to have this happen. The expos more individuals to the patsies in our society many of those who will now read the book says dennis ben might never have been exposed to a character like patsy. She's an undocumented commended emigrant to america who leaves her child behind in jamaica to pursue her dream of fortune and romance with another woman the you know when you're writing. You not sure who you're gonna. It'd be connecting to you just know that you're writing for yourself and you're hoping that somebody gets the message and so when these people who have a platform p core books it just means means that it's going to be read widely. One of the things we really happy about is when we find a book where the sentiment of our community is. I would never have found this on my own. Sarah harden is the c._e._o. C._e._o. Of reese witherspoon media company hello sunshine harden says the hugely influential club grew out of witherspoon genuine love of books gal. She's a passionate reader and she started posting photos of books that she was writing her instagram and sometimes she post a few bucks a month and then a couple of month's regard by but that's how it happened very quickly in june twenty seventeen. The booklet was launched officially it now has one point one million followers on instagram witherspoon has pick twenty six books and according to book scan those titles sold almost seven hundred percent better than the average twenty one of her picks were fiction and they accounted for two who percent of all fiction sales during the time period witherspoon recommendation help turn one debut novelist book into a genuine phenomenon. I'm so excited it to announce the september book club pick which i just love this book it is called where the crawdads sing by delia owens where the credits seeing has sold more than one point point three million copies and has been sitting at or near the top of all bestseller lists for almost two years like many books chosen its debut novel written by a woman which sour hardens says reflects the clubs larger mission out decision and our focus with racist book club east to find and champion narratives way women are not decide characters arctic they driving the action of agency that complex they flawed and that's just the focus of our company witherspoon media company even before the club's started she. She looked books for properties to produce most notably. H._b._o.'s big little lies several of her book club picks have already been optioned for film or tv including celeste listings little fires everywhere which witherspoon will star in along with carrie washington hardens says the show has a built in audience because we've got a following wing of dedicated fans by love soliciting and they they love this bulk. I can't wait to see what what race and carrie washington do on screen for that book and if the book brings fans of the show the show is very likely to bring more readers to the book says book scans kristen mclean once that film project hits the market. There's a whole other wave again an awareness and promotion and marketing and the book again will come right back onto the bestseller lists. Mclean calls it a three hundred sixty degree deal where everyone wins celebrity author and fans lynn neary n._p._r. News washington.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Here in downtown Portland people raising awareness for target individuals and of course you know it now more than ever we need to pay attention to this as I said before because of the way they're going to be issuing streamers protection orders and how easy would be to actually target someone and make them feel paranoid or otherwise sick or feeling they don't have control their minds anymore telling them they can't take the medications they need them again and not only that but you know we know that DARPA and several other groups Pentagon they're proud of these weapons they use their problem these things and doctor John halls with us tonight and another thing too is I I I you hadn't of I wanted to pretty much go with the idea I wanted to kind of have you explain some things because usually you know we go in with the attitude that everybody knows what T. ideas but I wanted I wanted you to kind of describe for me just what someone who is targeted what they need to be looking for what they need to one of the things that best describe what the symptoms that most people who are targeted tell you are what what is it that we need to look for well I can tell you the most common things and usually the the first thing that someone will notice is what they think is talking in the starting initially is very subtle and and that's why people don't reporter then if you can actually figure out that part of that that's the best time to to curtail it because initially whether you this is higher done to you or you're just randomly chosen for this because it is at its basis it's all experimental it's non consent a form of non consensual experimentation but the private investigator groups that do have this technology that are mostly composed of formal former CIA informer at the I. agents can choose people randomly and and they'll have their own biases on on who they decide to victimize dental and it can also be hired gun to you you know if you're a CEO of a company you may be targeted by another company was wanting to steal intellectual property but the first thing you'll notice is is talking and you'll come to go well beyond feeling kind of Starbucks every day and you know maybe he said something to me or does the same thing every day waves the same way some users are cost the same way and you'll notice maybe people following you to and from work in initially it's subtle and you'll think to yourself well seems like they're kind of following me that maybe I'm just being paranoid well then eventually the stocking gets to the point where it's very obviously stalking it's the same people following you flashing the light that you and that's done you have to induce fear and anxiety fear and anxiety are themselves a form of mind control because once you induce fear and anxiety in the south then you they're easier to control in the mechanism that you want to want to control the most common thing that I hear from people is tonight as the ringing in the ears and then the targeted individual community tonight is is about five hundred percent more prevalent than in the non targeted community so they can either start which is ringing in the ear in in the ring in the year slowly turns into boys patterning for the hearing what sounds like a at an AM radio slightly off tune you know where you can hear voice patterning in the in the static and then eventually that degrades to hearing the voices of the people that are actually watching you relax done to a very intricate form of ELF phased transmissions that actually are able to sync with your brain waves are actually hearing it through a form of bone conduction hearing some people claim that they sound like it sounds like the voices runner has often times truly it's hearing it in vibrations around you with that feeling fan or a fan and then these are the voices of angel or god telling you to do something means our voices describing what you're wearing describing where you're at in your house answering your thoughts in real time and why that will that make sound science fiction are very strange to people never heard about it that technology was worked on in the seventies well one of the first places where it was actually users in the Utah state prison well there were five prisoners of the times describe very accurately being put in a cell being bombarded with electromagnetic waves so repressing it was hard to even get up off of the cot because the amount of energy that was in the room every one of them described being spoken to with voices in their head there were obviously responding in real time and correctly to their thoughts back so this is this is not new technology it's been around for awhile during the call that remote neural monitoring because a lot of people claim that you know those who are monitoring them or those who are targeting them seem to have a fingerprint of their brain or or the or the or they're being somehow monitored with satellite swore or some other method this is not likes symbols that this isn't simple you know it is another thing too is that they tell them that they're being monitored it's not that they they're saying kill something kills and they're saying you're being monitored were watching you we know what you're doing and we're telling you and it's and it's like you know they tell you because they know you can't do anything about it and that's the that's the rub is because you're you're helpless because you can't do anything about it they tell you they're monitoring yeah and that also meant to induce a sense of helplessness and fear and on Wall earnings are eighty or strong stimulators for human beings as far as control if you can get somebody down to that level where even people that are innocent of any type of crime when you have these people telling you that you know we're watching you and we know what you've done I mean even normal sane people will start thinking well did I do something that I can better car than I expected I do something and not know I did a crime I've even had victims you know get a hold of me and say well maybe I am mentally ill I'm hearing this and I shouldn't be here never do something to an end this maybe something new but I had somebody wants to tell me that they felt like that they were being targeted but it wasn't they were being targeted mentally they felt they were being targeted financially when I mean by this is is that they would receive like a lot of money does a lot of money would come down from out of no where and in that very total of money was used to pay a debt that they didn't know they had or do you pay for some health problem they eventually get and that it they never seem to be able to make more money or be ahead there always costly being put it to break even or to fall into the red have you ever heard of that before yeah and and I have been contacted by many people who have been that they're targeting with higher because they are the recipient you know a lot of money and you know after a death in a will or trust fund in you would be surprised in the very wealthy family in a five four to hire this done to someone they will hire this matter of fact there was a very wealthy orthopedic surgeon it actually hired one of the key I've written who has access to this technology the target is S. wife during a divorce because his family owned an incredible amount of land and and buildings in a very wealthy area north of San Antonio and he had a wife targeted so she could be diagnosed as mentally ill concluding her from being able to take ownership of any of the property right also keeping her from getting the kids so he didn't have to pay child support when you moved on you know with his next wife in that particular case actually made some news and made some online sources here in Texas so I mean there's other it's based it's experimentation the technology itself is being was being used on a small subset of the population that we call targeted individuals now it's being expanded to actually control the bulk of the population along with a lot of other control issues you know it's not just electronic control now we have you know California wanting to change the way you know how we work to sell and are the way we teach her the language that we use to control the way you use language and once you start telling people what they can and can't say in a lot of universities are doing that now you control fought in directly that way if you control someone's language you control their thought you control their ability to communicate Kirkland and their beliefs so worry sensually all of this technology in all of the control factors that are being used on the public now are really their goal is to control us as one how life would be one way to look at put us all of one hive mind where were all a bunch of worker bees they cannot behave the same way and that makes everything very predictable for an internal government yeah I did seem to me that there's a lot of ways that through targeting individuals that someone who is that powerful like if it's a if it's a corporate situation government situation what a military people involved military have this happen to them we see that this is a form of gas lighting it's a it's a gas lighting mechanism especially with this new financial stocking I've heard about because it's not like your identities been stolen it's not like you know somebody has access to your account is is that all of a sudden you start realizing where did I get this money and how like come into it and then why is that that money I came into which just enough to pay for this thing it was coming or it was coming in the foreseeable or the not for Siebel future and I've heard this many times before they say it's just funny to me some people even say well it's the lord providing and then when they realize will know this isn't a war providing this is too weird they they tend to freak out and then they they also sometimes see like for example I explain Pfaff happens after they come into this money is unexplained fell off or if there's something to be stolen from them or the they feel that they're being watched when they when they go to the A. T. M.'s or or or they feel they're they're being watched with them making the payments on for example medical bills or or even when they buy things like opiates paying bills that have to be a certain type of medication that they certainly will be monitored when they when they buy it well you have to remember to live remote rural monitoring you know they're they're actually picking up the signals and the parts of the brain that were your IC and carriers here with a local tax and the and the hearing cortex so you can decode the signals back into a real car imagine them being done in the private sector it's been perfected in the government sector for some time but there are even researchers at Berkeley in California now that can have you wanna treat a small video bill record the electrical signals from your brain all you watch it and then they can regenerate that same video from the electrical signal they recorded in your brain on another screen so I mean we're we're getting around to it even in the private sector but the financial aspects of it you know even subtly I think all of us have noticed that if you're on your phone and you start you know thinking about German chocolate cake you know and then you turn your phone on and you you open up your browser on your life and.

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KFC to test Beyond Meat's plant-based chicken this week

CNBC's Fast Money

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

KFC to test Beyond Meat's plant-based chicken this week

"K._f._c. kentucky fried chicken guys listen to this announced it is going to begin testing beyond meets plant based fried chicken in an atlanta restaurant tomorrow beyond meat download and five hundred percents may i._p._o. Still thirty percent below the july highs. Does this get get the nugget pop b._k. I think it does i mean that's the story with us now. You're gonna you're gonna say the valuations craigslist never gonna be able to live up to all of this but the story sorry and what drives the stock today is win so are they winning new customers and this proves that they are and again risk reward which is something i always look at is not that bad here. You're close to the recent lows. You have a lot of people that are negative on it so i don't think it's that bad. I think you're going to get a bunch of these winds coming. I mean grew reasonable the price no way you own this. No no no. I'd much rather be in a company like tyson foods. Who's going to have their own plant based alternative at a much much more reasonable valuation.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani

"If you really wanted to STAN how flow can help us. Do the impossible need understand how the state impacts three sides, the high performance triangle and more specifically how these five neuro chemicals impact, the three sides of the high-performance triangle, and that's motivation creativity and learning and I'll start with motivation. So besides being performance enhancing, chemicals, the five chemicals that show up in flow. Our pleasure drugs, in fact, the five most potent pleasure drugs. The brain can produce flow is the. Only time it appears that we get all five at once. Which is why flow is the most addictive state on earth. Now, researchers don't like the term addictive. It's got negative connotations. Apparently. Instead, they use things like auto telic, which means end in itself, or they say things like flow is the source code of intrinsic motivation. But when you look at that McKinsey study, and you find people five hundred percent more productive in flow, this massive boost and motivation is one of the main reasons why some similar happens to creativity. So creativity is really critical, right? It's been called the most important twenty-first-century skill number one thing we need to thrive in this current century. And it's also massively misunderstood concept. So under the hood at a mechanistic level creativity is fairly straightforward. It happens when the brain takes in novel information uses that information to connect older ideas and uses those connections, new ideas that creates grace. Startling new in the world, that's the mechanism underneath it. Flow in the narrow chemicals that show up in flow, surround this process when move into flow, we take in more information for second. So data acquisition goes up. We pay more attention to that information. So salience goes up, we find faster connections between that incoming information and older ideas pattern recognition goes.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Allocate allies for their sponsorship. So check in with field haven feline center or other shelters. If you're still missing a beloved cat because apparently there's some hope that thank kitty might still be around. Well, something else as you probably heard. The ratings for the Super Bowl were really low lowest and like ten years or something. But I'll tell you what was really up. Sales of songs by maroon five. Yeah. The songs performed by the band during Sunday's Super Bowl halftime show seeing massive gains in sales. This love girls like you. She will be loved sugar moves like Jagger jumped over five hundred eighty percent in sales from Saturday to Sunday while their entire music catalog saw nearly five hundred percent jump. So I guess that's just a little bonus that you get when you perform the Super Bowl. So halftime show that did really well ratings, I guess not so much are we're getting ready for the state of the union. We asked you about to California's AG have you ever Sarah says saying he's going to give this Spanish language rebuttal of the president's day of the union speech for the Democrats. Critics say though, it bucks prop sixty three that makes English the official language of California that require state business to be conducted in English jevon issue with his plans seventy seven percent. Yep. Twenty three percent say no we're going to sign off officially right now because we are going to go. The state of the union said we want wanna thank Andy close tonight and Kristen close and Kasmir hall, and again, we will be carrying not only the speech, but we also will have the democratic response. I believe we are carrying the English one. So we will have that for you. And then of course, Pat Walsh later in the night who'd be going over this with political analyst, Gary Dietrich, so stick around right here on NewsRadio cave became for the president's state of the union..

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To solve problems that pay the big bucks. Let me give you an example, take the highest careers in the world, you'd take an attorney it take a doctor. We'll have you ever get into trouble. You're about to go to jail, you call an attorney, and they have the skills to stop that situation from happening. If somebody ever seen physically a doctor can save you live as a result of having those skills, they can earn a high income, then you say, okay. Well, I'm not a doctor and a look exactly my point. Yeah. You're not working your butt off making the sacrifices necessary to do that doctors. Just don't become doctors. They go to school for ten years. They do a residency. They do all that stuff before they had the earning power. But for some reason, especially with startups, they had this arrogance about them, but they can just figure out business and get going, and they don't have any skills. What's the skill? The ability to do something that somebody else, and you make money you help people like the doctor and the attorney analogy, you do the things. So if somebody's business is in trouble. Exactly. And that's on the market. And you're the doctor you can make it rain customers under met meaning walk into a business. Boom, turn it on like, I haven't if you've seen our videos, you see me do things like just last week one hundred and seventy-five appointment requests for a local cryotherapy company in less than thirty six hours when you can come in on demand like you can set your prices. And again, the skills to get that done. You can't learn them in school. Yeah. And so as opposed to being a motivational guy or the solution people come to us again another plug for you're going to try the GPO G E N E like my middle. Name tried the gene pool dot com. Come with us every month. I teach you a different skill a skill that actually matters that's going to impact your business creating videos. How did you Facebook? Livestream and monetize it persuasive writing in emails and things like that new skill every single love in again, if you don't learn more about marketing, and I'm gonna call like once a week hanging out with me, and one of those sessions, did you ever have your whole life. Stop by the California by your Starbucks. So your income is in direct proportion to the value. You're adding to the world exactly you teach people how to add more value. The byproduct is the and let me give a cinnamon there. So people say value a lot, and I think people get lost in that. Translation, sometimes value is this solvent. Polymer somebody generate on Blake at rain lead. Make. So here's a customer, or here's a client a chiropractor. They need more customer. So that they can support their family. What do you do you come in you run an advertising campaign? They have more customers. They're happy. They're helping more people. It's very synergistic fulfilling business, so if you really want to hire earning skills be the rainmaker promise, you can make way more than Dr turning away. And I people tell me all the time. Somebody just asked me the day, the like, so Mark are you investing your money in x y and z Steph, and I said and one of the things real estate, and I said, well, yeah. But not as much as you think. And I said the reason why is because one of my mentors said why would I put my money over here when it might make me five ten twenty thirty forty percent of the year. When a marketing king campaign can generate me one hundred three hundred five hundred percent return on my mind. That's so funny now going back into the lack of education that I had like growing up to me I've heard for so long that you have to play the stock market, and you have to do all of these things to make return. We're here all I know is how to grow the hell out of local businesses. And yet I find myself at a match my last week on a mask and then like, hey, guys want investment. So you making because I felt like I was missing something for not doing that. Because that's what I'm supposed to do. In fact, I just play them. I just invest into the stock market for the very first time last week. Yeah. I called my buddy. And I said, what am I doing? I did like a TD Ameritrade or whatever. And I had no idea. What I was doing the first question. I asked him. Why didn't they teach this in school? I love that. We've got the CEO and founder of Billie Jean is marketing, inC, Billie Jean in the house Business Rockstars, I'm Mark lack and we're here to inspire inform and connect the community of entrepreneurs. My question is there's a lot of us buying out. There listening to this show. Maybe even follow people like yourself who teach people had more successful. But trying to figure out how to put the pieces together. What do you think are three things the aspiring entrepreneur who's going to cut the cord from his job only source of income wants to start his business? What do you think of three things you need to know? Number one. I don't care if you work hard and neither does the market. Everybody works hard. People are the people who sacrifice more. If you if your habits are just like their friends where they're going to Coachella and music festivals. And all those other things are watching Netflix on binging. And you're doing all the same business them. Get out of here. You're not an entrepreneur, you're willing to have an honest conversation with yourself, are you really willing to not go to those birthday party? Stay up to three in the morning and those stupid things like eat top ramen forever. That's the truth. Yeah. That's the truth. And if you're not willing to get out of here because you're going to lose. That's the only thing I can promise you the second thing. I would tell them is get a skill set. Be able to do something that others ten not. If you're if I put you into a room, and you can't do something that the other people can't you are going to lose. And you've done those. I've seen that does the. Yeah. And I know I don't even have to ask one of the most important skill sets as you're talking about here would be to learn Mark. Oh my gosh. It's I think people looked in the past is like an option now believe it's a requirement that just marketing, but even creating content, and then I'm going to say another word that I mentioned earlier those who entertain will win because entertainment is getting one hundred percent of the attention. So right now people come to say, but Billy I'm gonna Turney like how can I possibly entertain people? What have you seen like judge Judy? A lack of creativity. Exactly. And that's why people lose. And so having.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on WTVN

"After the song dangerous was featured in the nineteen eighty six movie top gun applications to the US navy's topgun training program increased by five hundred percent. They all wanted to be Tom Cruise plas by the way the man who sings dangerous zone. Kenny Loggins is celebrating his seventy first birthday this week meeting. He's now in that are MD's zone. Let's talk about the RND danger zones that Kenny Loggins and all of us need to be aware of first of all top gun is my mother's all time favorite, man. Oh my goodness. And he just gets sparkles. Does she does? She didn't like his little crazy 'bout. He had there. Yeah. He's still in this whole thing. We're not real sure about so we'll ignore that. That was a good move back. Then we'll leave it there. Yeah. I like the mission impossible movies. Yeah. He is good. Okay. We're we're we. Well, you know, part of the danger of the zone is by the way, our MD the required minimum distribution that happens when you turn not seventy not seventy-one, but seventy and a half happy. Yes. And it's the now here's the so there's no confusion. You don't have to take it on the day. You turn seventy and a half. You must take it by thirty first the year in which you turn seventy and a half. So turned seventy and a half on January third. You have to take it by December thirty first of that year. However the first year you take it there is a little nuance. Handy for tax planning purposes. And there's a couple of reasons why you'd want to do it. You can actually on the first year defer it till April of the following year. But in that year, you'd have to take to so if you had a high income job in the year, and what you turn seventy and a half, and you're going to retire near the end of that year, and you want to defer your our MD till the following year when you may have less income than that could be a strategy. But no worries if if you're working with a planner that that understands our MD's, and then they can help you. The amount and navigate through that. And help you understand some of the strategies that can be done with required. Minimum. Distributions are are a big deal nearing an end retirement. And who keeps track of a half birthday at this age of life? I mean like you stop that when your ten right? So you've got to watch out for these things you need somebody watching out for them for you on your behalf and making sure you're in the loop. Greg Kristen and their team at legacy retirement group that is what they do every single day for their clients, and they could do that for you. So if you're fifty and older reach out to Greg and Kristen and.

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A look at the Trump presidency

The Economist Radio

07:22 min | 3 years ago

A look at the Trump presidency

"Is the pow that Donald Trump tests. I think what Donald Trump is testing. Now is that he's been able to get the Republicans in congress to do the things that they wanted to do, and perhaps he is well, the tax cut the deregulation, the supreme court appointments, but he's testing a power. That the public themselves in the end are the ones that are the big biggest check on the congress and on the courts and on the presidency and right now the approval rating of Donald Trump is is the lowest any president has been. And I think it's in part not because he hasn't accomplished many of the things that a lot of people feel are good. But because there has been a toxic culture created people feel anxious people feel the moorings are being undone that traditions norms are being violated and after a while the people will speak. I mean, they spoke pretty strongly in the midterm elections. I'm even though he kept the Senate which most people assumed he would given the structural balance. The Senate had he lost pretty big in the house. And and he hasn't accepted the loss really in some ways. Which is a problem. If he did he might say, how can I change now? So that I can reach out to the other side. And maybe he will maybe we'll get infrastructure. Maybe we'll get something for the dreamers. Maybe we'll get this criminal Justice reform. And I'm hoping that I'm hoping that that will will make the two sides come together in a better way. I wonder if if you don't reading the midterms wrong, I'm just going to make you flat-out challenge on that won't turn out was high. You could argue his reinvigorates is the electricity. We had happen to democratic stress just into lake on his show not long ago saying yes, Democrats took back the house. But if you look across the races, it doesn't look like the Trump machine is coming to a standstill in any way. Indeed. The take way might be Donald Trump is now definitely gonna go on all things behavioral and run again in twenty twenty rather than this being a great mid Tom's or you show, you're not trading too, much to woods wishful thinking possibly possibly. I might be. I mean, it's hard to predict anything when you know. I like everybody else never assumed that Hillary Clinton wasn't going to win. So it makes you much more vulnerable to making predictions. I think that the most important thing that happened in the midterms, and this has nothing to do with party necessarily is that the fact so many people came out. I mean young people voting five hundred percent more than in the previous midterms more. Women running for election from all sorts of parts of the lives that had never been in politics before. That's that's a really hopeful sign is that thanks to Donald Trump at possibly could be. I mean, I think the interest in politics has been increased because of Donald Trump, and that's a very good thing. Whether or not it produces him again or whether it produces somebody against him when the citizens get awakened. That's when things happen in the country. I mean when I look back at the times when change happened. It was the anti slavery movement that did it all Lincoln said not his leadership alone. It was the progressive movement in the cities and states long before FDR an and teddy Roosevelt became president that allowed that some of the regulations that could deal with the industrial revolution. And of course, it was the civil rights movement that allowed LBJ to do the civil rights Bill in the voting rights Bill. So we need a political revolution in our country. Something's not working well with the system. The congressional lines are being drawn gerrymandering this too much money in politics. There's a sense that as. Teddy Roosevelt said the rock of democracy will break when people in different regions and different parties and different races begin to feel themselves as the other. So somehow that's been happening long before trunk the polarization in the country people in the rural areas feeling cut off from the city's people who are working class people feeling that the elites haven't handled them. Well, they don't have the right educational system. They haven't had mobility those are deep cultural problems that he hasn't created that were there. And so the question the question will be will leader rise that can heal those divisions. And so far, he hasn't healed them. The question will be where does the country go and twenty twenty if such a leader arises, we don't know who that later will be I must ask you about impeachment who spectra of postal impeachment hanging over the presidency. Not least because you have a sort of strong personal echo. Here. Think is a young stone for you route two piece in the new Republic and Johnson entitled how to dump Lyndon Johnson. I understand it. Career impeaching president the autumn of put you off impeaching another will. Well, no what I meant by. That was that. I was hoping this was written in nineteen sixty seven when I became a White House fellow and I'd written an article for the new Republic with a friend of mine, and we were simply saying how to remove Lyndon Johnson. From office was to create a party that would run against him in nineteen sixty eight rather wishful thinking, it would be made up of women minorities poor people and. Opposable strategy fool the Democrats on the left. Do you recognize that I do indeed? But I think that in some ways I think it would be a big mistake for impeachment to start. I mean, the Democrats have to know that whatever Muller comes up with the Senate will not go along with the impeachment. And I think it's much better to just educate the people, let them feel and change their mind about him suppose Muller comes up with obstruction of Justice or even collusion. Then you just let the people absorb that information. It would be a big mistake for them to move in an impeachment direction. It'll just fire the base of Trump, and then he will be able to say this is a witch hunt. So that I think they should just keep their heads down. They should do their investigations, but they should try and get as much done as they can even if it contributes to the benefit of the Republicans to get some of these things pass it'll be good for the country. So that's changing your thinking of fifty years. I think you become a little bit more practical. But no, even then I was wanting them to re unelected him not necessarily impeach him. Fair point just a closing from you what kind of presidency regardless of who runs. Oh gets elected. But what cut presence, you do you think will result from Donald Trump having been in the White House while the question will be does the next president have to have that kind of celebrity entertainment value. So that he becomes a figure who's part of your lives. I mean in some ways if I thought about who could come back now that could most challenge President Trump. It would be teddy Roosevelt because he was a person who people would follow him when he was on stage as he was in center stage. I mean, they said about him. He wanted to be the baby at the baptism and the bride at the wedding and the corpse at the funeral. He hungered for that stage as Trump does. And there's something charismatic about that people are drawn to that. It's like a kid drawn to a circus. And the question will be doing need that person today in our social media entertainment world, or could it be Oprah presidency? That's. Wrecked. How you feel about it? Well, I think not only Oprah. But now, there's also it's a sports stars and movie stars think, oh, I can become president. If this person became president without political experience. I think it's a problem to get into public life without political experience, or at least leadership experience. I mean, I can see a big businessman whose really led hundreds of thousands of people in a company overseas coming in and having had the experience of building a team and all those human qualities, but to just pop in from some other field where you haven't been a leader. But you've simply been a celebrity. I think would be a problem if that's the lesson taken from this doors. Thank you very much. Joining us. Thank

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Five hundred percent. So well defined for them as they know as they grow. What their cost per unit is when you now get to your second year. Even though I'll say this from the company side you've late in that procurement schedule. You've had a great discussion up front who set it all in a year from now, they're using thousands of your service, which is a great problem to have. And you just should be aware that whatever you put in initial negotiation. Initial contract becomes the starting point for that large enterprise to negotiate with you. As much as you may have thought that was the end point that becomes their starting point. Right. So you're an expert in software sales you've been doing this for a pretty long time. And there are some situations in in software where your company has completely dominant pricing power, so Microsoft, for example in the nineties is was dominant. They you see only place you can get I dunno Microsoft sequel server or something, I'm not sure what's offer. But the so the pricing strategy is going to in some ways hinge on how dominant your solution is. So like today cloud providers. I guess there's there's a little bit of fungibility there. There are a little bit interchangeable not entirely. I mean, mostly not entirely, but yeah. And then like the hoodoo providers, there's some interchangeability between them. So you don't have as much pricing dominance there. How does the dog? Commi- of your product. How does that affect the pricing strategy when you have that dominant lead? So it certainly could affect it. And if you have a dominant position, you could leverage your pricing strategy in some ways against customers. Personally. That's a great long term strategy think you're better off figuring out a couple of things. One is my belief is it's always better to get a customer early than to get it at the highest possible price. And by that, I mean think of incapacitates S as you're describing it's really managing data data's very sticky. You're better off getting that customer early. Getting them started making them successful at a reasonable price point. And if you're doing your job, right? They will grow usage over time. And you'll help them in his you develop.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Com club that they can buy be pay the old British Petroleum because it yields six percent, so far I've been wrong. But I agree. It's an accidental high yield or so far I've been wrong. I like to say both Henry and Texas Henry. Hey, Jim happy October twenty nine man had a question about Intel state. Yeah. Bit year right thing. Positive Ariza battles in collector upgraded satellite. The almost five hundred percent games. You think Intel said and other communications companies working in emerging markets like Africa and South America are good kids for the future. Well, this has been a rocket ship. I mean, it was February. It was a two and now to twenty-seven. My take is is that I don't really care. How great it is. I would take out half right now. And then you quit best. Brought but I would not put capital situation. Look the Marcus at that. Right. The fed and the president will determine bottom. But I think we may have more downside if things don't change. When money toxic for this Martin, the fed the president's powers on giving my and hats off the red hat and IBM a both companies touring me here tonight after the thirty four billion dollar deal. And from winter puts down jackets Columbia's ports where can help protect you from the elements even in this market. But after earnings is doc feeling the chill on sizing up the company with the stick with Kramer. Don't miss a second of mad money fun at Jim Cramer on Twitter. I have a question. Tweet Graber tag mad tweets sin. Jimmy mill to mad money at CNBC dot com or give us a call at one eight hundred seven four three CNBC miss something.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Border in an apparent effort to make good on a campaign promise to end so called catchandrelease the trump administration is planning to radically expand the number of women and children placed in immigrant detention all in his exclusively obtained meeting notes from townhall that citizenship and immigration services asylum chief john lafferty held for asylum officers last month in those notes he indicates da is planning to expand the number of family immigrant detention beds from the current level of around three thousand five hundred beds up to twenty thousand bits an increase of nearly five hundred percent also in the meeting notes a description of a proposal to potentially end the current practice of keeping women and children together after they're apprehended a proposal also reported today by reuters indeed the administration now considering separating women and children at the border which sheldon placed in protective custody away from their mothers reuters reporting that part of the reason for the proposal is to deter mothers from migrating to the us with their children again that was fourteen months ago after a report air john kelly then the sector of homeland security was asked about it on cnn if you get some young kids were coming in managed to sneak into the united states with their parents are department of homeland security personnel going to separate the children from their moms and dads yes i am considering an audit to deter more movement along this terribly dangerous network i am considering exactly that they will be well cared for as we deal with their parents yes in order to deter this policy has been this administration's plan all along joining me now is julie ainsley she happens to the reporter who broke that story for reuters in two thousand seventeen about the administration's plans to separate families the border and who is now the national security and justice reporter for nbc news also with me while rela praline she's aclu's deputy natural political director director of immigration policy and campaigns so julia i wanted to sort of resurfaces because there is this way in which people administration have talked about it that they kind of were caught unawares that this kind of came out of nowhere that they wanted to do prosecution but they didn't really think through the back half of it and if you prosecute people you got to separate the the documents deigned the documents we obtained the reporting we did more than a year ago shows this has been something debated and planned and mapped out inside this administration from almost day one it's chris i'm glad we're on the same team now i remember i personally got these documents the same ones you probably got and i kept thinking can this really be true because they really do thinking about separating women and children and then again john kelly came out and confirmed that you had the same thing but i still thought could this ever really be reality and then we've seen that reality play out this week but what it proves chris is that this not only was a policy that was floated from the very beginning i remember at that that town hall date here is february second i was just weeks after trump took office not only was it a policy from the very beginning but it was absolutely a deterrent so the argument that we've heard this week and then we heard from secretary nielsen was that this is just a tragic byproduct of what happens when you get tough on the border and you have to prosecute all of these parents but what we know chris and what you know from when we got these documents over a year ago is that this was the plan was to deter families seeking asylum this was isn't to crack down on criminals or those millions that trump talks about coming over the board that's key that the separation was the point it wasn't a byproduct it didn't flow from the decision to prosecute and in fact it's still doesn't in a way that's a little complicated having to civil detention criminal prosecution but but that was the point and lorella do you feel like you've gotten a straight answer from the administration about what the policy is now now we haven't gotten a straight answer we don't know how and when these kids will be reunified and you know i feel like if the administration's evil enough to take children from their parents then to separate them without a plan to reunite them at the right time then they're just plotting their next step right now chris let me ask you something lorella right now.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on The Takeaway

"The number of beds in fact h as stated that they would increase the number of beds immigration detention by almost five hundred percent and we are now in that place where on a daily basis geo group or core civic are holding roughly fifteen thousand people immigration detention so the question i think that folks who think who agree with these policies with say one of two things for small we need law and order these laws are important right if people are breaking the law then they need to be detained that's question number one question number two is i think you know someone needs to do it right someone needs to we need a place to put people who have broken the law what is the difference between that and what's happening on the ground because your question to questions can sort of almost be answered together which is that what people don't understand that so much of what we believe is a crime in this country is actually dictated by corporate intr just a good example of that is the legalization of marijuana the three biggest lobbies against the legalization of marijuana are alcohol pharmaceuticals and prisons and so the same thing happens on immigration they play a big role and they've lobbied used a ton of money to lobby around immigration which is super important and has dictated a lot of the ways the directions in which immigration gun let's not forget they wildly invested in this particular administration you say invested in you mean donate it to correct donated to contributed to in fact private prison companies where that industry was the single largest winner in the market on november ninth in two thousand sixteen their stocks went up over sixty percent and we're talking about who stocks specifically course iq and geo group and so those two their stocks like i said we're the most winning socks on the stock market the following day so i want i want to pivot for a second with that in mind to what's happening on the ground today in at the at the border with these images and the separation of well up until yesterday i mean we know this could change on a dime but there have been more than two thousand children placed in these detention facilities do we know how much the trump administration is spending on these detention facilities and if so who won these contracts and an essentially at what cost so i wanna be a little claire children are not necessarily being held in some of the same types of detention facilities a lot of the detention facilities that were talking about some of the family detention facilities are privatized arly privatized and certainly all the immigration detention facilities or not all but a very significant portion have been privatized where the children are being held has been differing reports in which you know we're not on the ground there in texas and arizona and california where the majority of these families and children are being held but some are being held in nonprofits and in theory that children are all supposed to be going to hhs and so but with that said in terms of who's benefiting from these facilities and how much the federal government is spending again i would say there's been several new contracts that have been given out to largely like some nonprofits prophets southwest key that is running one of the big facilities down there and how big is that contract because i was surprised to see that there were nonprofits involved in this issue i mean in some ways i understand it because i'm assuming that these organizations have social services elements but at the same time contract for the children is not going to be with the department of homeland security in the way that the one for parents or the immigration detention will be it's largely with h us right with the health department but the other facilities where you're holding like either family detention or mcgrane detention with the parents and all of those we do know that at least core civic and gio in two thousand seventeen pocketed more than three hundred and.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Disney getting slammed from vesting in the future so you the home get in on it and putting my with ads e coming into earnings people to stocks falling his primetime to by the company i got kids the brooklyn headquarters then i'm sitting down with technology the company has changed in stripes and arise supply chain player that's the bring serious gains up five hundred percent over the past five years tax bill gist keep on truckin i've got things the ceo so stick with kramer they crafted a worldwide marketplace to connect curious consumers with creative sellers faced with were lent lewis competition will but can do culture of oetzi empower enough commerce to keep turning passion into profits yet yet at sea the company but what the heck just happened to see the stock the all i'm marketplace for all sorts of handcrafted goods just portable by all castes was a better than expected quarter top and bottom line beat with rising gross morton's on top of that najma boosted his full year forecasts counters pretty darn boss yet the stock four and a half percent so we have to wonder false tweets getting it wrong because i look at cic strong company with exceleron revenue growth something investors should be salvaging for but maybe maybe there's an answer here maybe this is what happens when you have a stock that was up fifty percent this year alone going into the quarterly report now earlier today we got a chance to speak with josh silverman he's the president and ceo of oetzi tiller more about how the company's doing take josh very exciting one year anniversary mother's day coming up big things for how big can you be.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Disney getting slammed from vesting in the future so you the home get in on it and putting my with ads e coming into earnings people to stocks falling his primetime to by the company i got kids the brooklyn headquarters then i'm sitting down with technology the company has changed in stripes and arise supply chain player that's the bring serious gains up five hundred percent over the past five years tax bill gist keep on truckin i've got things the ceo so stick with kramer they crafted a worldwide marketplace to connect curious consumers with creative sellers faced with were lent lewis competition will but can do culture of oetzi empower enough commerce to keep turning passion into profits yet yet at sea the company but what the heck just happened to see the stock the all i'm marketplace for all sorts of handcrafted goods just portable by all castes was a better than expected quarter top and bottom line beat with rising gross morton's on top of that najma boosted his full year forecasts counters pretty darn boss yet the stock four and a half percent so we have to wonder false tweets getting it wrong because i look at cic strong company with exceleron revenue growth something investors should be salvaging for but maybe maybe there's an answer here maybe this is what happens when you have a stock that was up fifty percent this year alone going into the quarterly report now earlier today we got a chance to speak with josh silverman he's the president and ceo of oetzi tiller more about how the company's doing take josh very exciting one year anniversary mother's day coming up big things for how big can you be.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"More comfortable with that nut trying to push the technical envelope but secondly i do wanna device ragging lay back in my bed and watch netflix without taking that thing off and trink next look at a tablet or phone or or tv or whatever there's there's there's a couple of use cases that i'm actually really excited about and that's one of them so i mean part of it is the prices so stupid low compared to any other option outside gear vr but that inquire requires a phone and that's you know you got to count that cost in there so you know this that's where this is rubber meets the road for me it may not be the perfect thing it may not push gaming much further like there's a lot of questions about all of that but it's good vr at a price that's finally super affordable so agreed i mean let's keep over the financial results really quickly i mean i'll just mention that basically everyone's doing super well nintendo saw a five hundred percent increase year over year on their profit there operating profit which is not too surprising because the we you was on its last legs very short legs last year and obviously the switch has been the explosive success that we know about and love so that is a great news for nintendo but not very surprising sony continues to do incredibly well specifically thanks to his playstation division so the the playstation is really strong and that is not surprising at all microsoft is also doing pretty well even though they are lagging behind sony significantly this generation they're doing well and they're selling more yearoveryear they're sending more xbox consoles and they're doing okay in that division as well so basically old good in the gaming industry he basically for for the manufacturers at least it's interesting to notable of this in the declaration that has come after the spelling of doom for consoles because many journalists thought oh well smartphones are everything now so giving councils are dead well guess what they really really are it and that's for gamers they're not even close like it's a oh it's the best generation well maybe not the best generation but close to the generation we've ever seen.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on MacCast - For Mac Geeks, by Mac Geeks

"Do that but basically if you just remove that from your logging items then when you up your mac you shouldn't see it trying to actually auto connect to those volumes in ask you for the passwords anymore so hopefully that resolves your two issues again if not follow up with me if anybody else in the community has any ideas on either of these things of course as always share your opinions with us mac cast at g mail dot com one other little issue i want to bring up or a little bit of trouble shooting that i've been dealing with for a while now and i found a solution to that was unexpected i wanna share with you i was having this issue with my mac book pro and the fans constantly constantly running at almost full speed six thousand rpm's i use istat menus to kind of monitor the fan speed the processor temperatures and stuff like that and i was having this issue where the fans would kick in full blast and oftentimes coinciding with that when i looked at activity monitor i would see my colonel task which kind of the main task that runs on your mac spinning up in using about five hundred percent of my processor and i start to get beach balls and everything which slowdown it was becoming an an epidemic problem on my mac was happening every day even my wife started commenting that when i was away from my computer hey your fans are spinning full blast what's going on and i tried everything to trouble shoot this i did all the typical fixes rebooting zapping the pram resetting the system management controller to try in a in a find out if there was something wrong with the power management system i did every thing troubleshooting wise i think of and then i was talking to dave hamilton and he kind of mentioned that you know the colonel task thing can happen if the mac is either overheating or or thinking it's going into an overheating situation i guess the idea is that tries to kind of rain tries to claim the processor from other processes in an attempt to try and get it under control in slow.

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"five hundred percent" Discussed on DLC

DLC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"five hundred percent" Discussed on DLC

"The only term you can host a believer freeforalls which is kind of silly but when you can ask for next voice chat that doesn't require the use of my splitter and thank you for bringing that up ray it's like come on yeah so we'll see this is nintendo they're giving us the game we're going to buy it in love it and then we will stomach all of the shortcomings because you are and it is it is that double edged sword where it's like yes yes the needs to be a way more robust tournament features you should be able to have every switch possible in terms not the console but you know dongo toggle in the game to set up any tournament you want that's the beauty of that type of game like you know pick and choose only no super is five hundred percent howls or you know whatever it is one be one only on the stage like i would love love love every single type of option to be select a bull from a menu but i just feel like i'm not gonna get that and they haven't evansville expectations for that ever so i kind of just remained calm and hope that we get a good version of a of a franchise that i love now i agree and that's kind of the thing than 100 and the long tend to tend to fan it was my first consul every by'decision decision they've made have always stood there with them but i try to defend them but there's certain occasions he just can't do that anymore but yeah it's you know you have your hopes and your dreams than they sometimes get crushed but you love them anyway it's a vicious cycle fishes relationship after the show we should set up our gamecube broadband adopters and give added.

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