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"forty forty two percent" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Support for KQED comes from Netflix presenting Martin Scorsese's the Irishman Robert deniro Al Pacino and Joe Pesci starring the saga of organized crime that chronicles the disappearance of union boss Jimmy Hoffa in theaters sand on Netflix awards eligible this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm very that was Kelly and I'm also change the ongoing impeachment inquiry has steered a lot more attention now to the conflict between Ukraine and Russia about thirteen thousand people have died since the fighting began and next week Ukrainian president hello dears Lynskey and Russian president Vladimir Putin will meet and to discuss what both sides hope to accomplish I'm joined now by former US ambassador to Ukraine John Herbst he spent three years in Kiev as the US ambassador to Ukraine under president George W. bush welcome thank you my pleasure to be here well let's start by talking a why this meeting is so important to president Zelinsky he's only been in office for a few months now tell us why this meeting with Putin is important for him politically well it's it's been important to him since the moment he took office he sought a meeting Lucy thought the diplomatic approach agreements who was the quickest way to resolve conflict since he really doesn't have a military option and the quickest way to resolve the conflict might be achieving one or all of the three goals that we hear you craning officials are very interested in those being a prisoner exchange a lasting ceasefire and regaining full control over Ukraine's border with Russia how likely is it that these vehicles could be accomplished through this meeting next week just about zero Mrs once he is a political neophyte and he is a process of learning that at the moment president Putin is only too willing to accept Ukraine surrender but a bus Putin is using his war in eastern Ukraine an undeclared war it's it is undeclared he's using this war in order to pressure you crane to essentially give the Kremlin a veto over Ukraine's foreign policy so that Ukraine does not develop a close relationship with the E. U. or NATO instead Ukraine joins the erosion economic union which is an economic union to know where and you don't see Pune ever interested in giving up that veto power I think it's the end of the day he will have to but that day has not yet come but as we missing him Russia has never formally declared war on Ukraine Ukraine believe there's a war Russia's backing an insurgency there how do the two sides strike a deal if they don't even agree on the nature of the conflict essentially the crumbles line put in the nice it because he what he doesn't want the damage to his international standing and he was standing at home from the knowledge in his aggression the Russian people have shown for years in poll after poll conducted by the Levada center they do not want their soldiers fighting in Ukraine what does Russia when I get out of this upcoming meeting between the two leaders will over two things here first of all as I mentioned celebrities one this meeting for over six months or so December and McCall also for almost as long and Putin kept trying to raise the price on salen ski to have this meeting take place what was white rice that he will he wants some indication from solicited willingness to make real concessions okay so on top of all that there is now this additional layer of the on going impeachment inquiry happening here in the United States how has the impeachment inquiry affected the negotiation posture of both of these leaders Putin and someone ski what Putin hopes is that western support for Ukraine will weaken in the fight regarding impeachment there's a portrayal of Ukraine which is not positive and it could lead to a diminution of American support for Ukraine the erosion of American support for Ukraine has not happened and I do not think it will but the Kremlin is hoping that will and Ukraine is concerned that it might all right so that's what's at stake for Ukraine what's at stake for the US the US has critical interest in this fight Ukraine is a country with over forty million people the largest country in terms of geography in Europe shoot great natural resources and it wants to move in a democratic direction that is in our interest equally if not more important Putin is pursuing a revisionist agenda he wants to overturn the institutions the security frameworks stab wish after World War two and after the Cold War and those security frameworks have guaranteed no great power conflict they've overseen a period of unprecedented stability unprecedented prosperity Putin wants to take that apart he is said to be new global rules or they'll be no rules Putin is also pursuing provocations against NATO members especially the Baltic states if Putin wins in done boss if he wins in Ukraine he's more likely to commit a serious provocation against the Baltic states whom we are bound by treaty to defend so we need to stop putting in done boss we need to help Ukraine do that that is a vital interest of the United States John Herbst is a former US ambassador to Ukraine he's also the director of the Eurasia center at the Atlantic council thank you very much for coming into the studio today thank you and it is we can politics time when we have our regulars here David Brooks of the New York times and DJ Dionne of The Washington Post and George towns McCourt school welcome back you too greatly here you will be standing here we're gonna talk impeachment this is the week that house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced it's full steam ahead Democrats will draft articles of impeachment now interestingly the moment that stark from her announcement David Brooks was after she finished she was exiting the stage when James Rosen of St Clair news shouted out to ask if she hated president trump she whipped around she came back to the podium dancer I don't hate anyone I was raised in a way that is for a heart full of love I pray for the president all the time so don't mess with me when it comes to words like that don't mess with David would you take for this beautiful moment actually you know the political scientists say Americans are Nestle more polarized on policy terms we're more of a moat polarized unemotional terms we just hate each other more over the same policy differences but that's never been true Nancy Pelosi she is I've I've always found her exceedingly gracious and I think that's growing up in a political family she's a pro and she's a craftsman that politics is just a very impressive figure whether you agree with or not and I think he's handled the situation very well and I thought that was one of the more beautiful political moments the your frankly she is also a Catholic you Jay and she treated to I don't like the word hate don't don't mess with me about that because of her Catholic upbringing all of us liberal Catholics really loved her argument that her faith means not hating people and praying for everybody including president trump but I think there was something else she showed which she she understands that Republicans want voters to focus not on trump's behavior but on the motives of his adversary saying she was having nothing of that you push that aside and she was very careful to say that while she disagree with trump on guns and immigration on climate those were issues for the election and that impeachment was about his abuse of power and I thought she sent that message to the voters and by the way to all Democrats as they talk about this in the future okay so she says impeachment this is all about the constitution this is not politics this is not the election but we are about to turn the corner to an election year Democrats want to get this done Democrats need public support for it speak to the political calculations that you see playing out here for for for the Democrats CJ well I was struck by a a piece that ran on five thirty eight dot com which showed that about a quarter of Americans have still not formally done again on where they stand on this now a lot of them have not paid as much attention as other Americans but I think the arguments that we're going to have going forward are going to be important A. in determining those attitudes even if they don't change the Senate vote but be I think they'll be important for probably a half dozen a Republican senators like senator Collins of Maine who are going to be in a really tough position here we if if the if it gets to a vote in the Senate because they'll risky very alienating based Republican voters are alienating a lot of middle of the road voters they need yeah David yeah I don't think anything's going to change anybody's mind from here on and others no prospect of some gigantic event I don't think people's minds are gonna be changed I don't think this is gonna be voting issue next November I just don't think for most of the public of the swing type voter that this is a big thing they care about the care about healthcare the calling the jobs and as long as the economy is humming along as today's jobs report suggested trouble be popular among Republicans and so I think Nancy Pelosi is a smart sort of cut and run like we gotta do this for constitutional reasons we got to make a point here about establishing norms but let's go back to the campaign and I think she's she's doing the right thing the interesting question to me is how long this Mitch McConnell gone the Senate does he want to keep the Senate occupied and all the roof democratic senators in Washington as you want to come to the campaign trail right it's his calculations more interesting one to me by the way just in passing the fact that trump he's still only at thirty eight forty forty two percent with jobs numbers like we had today amazing that success and real problems still I and I think some of the hang over his on his behavior on one like this it only flipped us to the campaign trail since we started to head there a couple of interesting developments to note Kamel Harris dropped out this week and Joe Biden got into a spat with a V. order in Iowa who challenged him on his son and corruption in Ukraine damn liar man that's not true and no one has ever said that you see I no I know you do all right so that's one moment from Biden Biden also jumped on a video that surfaced from the NATO summit in London this week that appeared to show world leaders including Justin Trudeau of Canada and among all my cross friends appear to show them laughing at trump Biden spun it into a campaign video season four one one four correct.
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"Bookie wrote came in point thirteen. How do you connect those observations and trenchant conclusions with the election of donald trump. If at all so i did not predict trump i looked at the polls and thought he's going to lose like so many other people people but i do think the unwinding described the landscape portrayed the country in which trump could ascend to the presidency because it was a portrait of unraveling social fabric as you said where people's connections to institutions like political parties and job security ready and schools and the media had been severed. I was in parts of the country that weren't doing well and that the the media weren't paying much attention to like rural north carolina in youngstown ohio and tampa bay and what i saw was just an incredibly degrasse initiated disillusioned solution even cynical american public and they were prone to extreme views and to sing the hell with all of it. Let's just burn it down and start over that was the impulse this was back in like two thousand nine ten eleven during the recession and just after that led to the tea party at lead occupy by wall street but i think it also led to donald trump because he could not have been elected in a country where people still had some basic confidence confidence that democratic institutions serve them that the system could work for them and that in a way who you were elected mattered it was kind of nihilistic move it suggested we had lost our democratic faith and that was the theme of the unwinding. So what does that mean for now. Then is there way to unwind the the unwinding. That's hard to say if trump gets reelected. This is a permanent change. We will somehow move on from it but we will be permanently changed by it and in a bad way. I think if he loses next year it won't be an aberration. The way joe biden sometimes suggested is it will have an effect but it won't have that deep structural and and long lasting effect that i think trump terms will have so i'd say in a completely nonpartisan fashion the only way to unwind the unwinding minding his for trump to lose even if trump loses he still ascend to the presidency once and he still has you know fairly sizable block of voters you banning on what polls you believe forty forty two percent forty-three sometimes higher sometimes lower. Do you think there are lots and lots of folks who will still want to emulate donald trump in future elections uh-huh because they can see how they can awaken that kind of passion for that kind of politics or will people say well. You know that's the path to one term presidency. It's not for for me. I mean in other words how much is unleashed and will remain unleashed. Even if donald trump loses yeah. I've been surprised that there hasn't been a really popular celebrity candidate on the left left. Someone like oprah who at one point was being talked about as potential candidate. It seems that the democratic party which has it's populist. I impulse still seems to be playing within the old fashioned rules of party politics institutional politics. If trump gets reelected elected i think the democratic party is going to begin to show signs of the same nihilism that the republican party has shown for many years now now because the alternative hasn't worked and has led to two terms of a man who should never have been anywhere near the white house so yeah yeah. That's i think this next election is everything there's a lot of people say about trump both about his policies and also as rhetoric. I tend to view those not as distinct things and you wrote got something very interesting. Quote trump doesn't create anything new he amplifies existing bigotry and vulgarity by getting rid of taboos. He takes language. That's already popular at the level talk radio reality t._v. Social media.
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Lost some ground we had an inventory correction which took a point off probably bodes very well for the second half we're seeing for cappers really started this in about in may and June that's great retail sales also may soon that's awfully good I think you know to keep this thing going in the face of severe monetary tightening in twenty seventeen and eighteen seven rate hikes I think if the almost a miracle that the economy is growing rapidly as it is it's growing faster way about of prior trend line and I think president trump's policies of tax cuts and deregulation and energy opening and straight reforms are having a huge impact yeah this is not easy with seven rate hikes so he got that seven rate hikes in a couple two or three times so that was he wasn't talking to you he wasn't talking to me he was talking to the fed that was a message for the fed good they're meeting next week and Wall Street is betting that they will lower interest rates next week well if the economy is on fire you don't lower interest rates you lower interest rates to try to turn up the flame a little bit on the economy so it's it's I find it Larry Kudlow is walking a tight rope he's trying to say the economy is great but we want lower interest rates but why do you want lower interest rates Larry because you only lower interest rates to boost the economy so what he's looking for is of course they want an even bigger growth in the economy because I got to tell you a two point one percent is nothing to write home to mom about it's okay but it's not the three percent plus that was predicted when Donald Trump came in and they did the tax deal and they got rid of a whole bunch of regulations and a bunch of people got jobs yet we're still sick well get along at two point one percent and I'm I don't mean to throw cold water on it but really that's all we can do so if it wasn't for consumers region in their pockets and that's the other thing everybody talks about how retail sales oh my gosh the shopping malls and empty stores and all this was a well Lori was right retail at which has been hurting came alive in may and June I don't know what it was I don't know maybe was Amazon Amazon do something in may and June but people were people were out prime was in July I don't know what it was but may and June people open up their wallets they did not in the traditional Christmas season they did not in the first quarter but in the second quarter primarily main June they open up their wallets so Larry of course is supposed to you know blow the horn and talk about how great everything is in the says that we are growing this is a bit of a stretch at a record pace well look I I nearly basis many seventy twenty eighteen two point seven percent a good number it's almost three I know it's called smart but it's almost three percent and again we have to suffer through this severe monetary tightening I went back and looked at the revisions the prior eight years in the last administration one point nine percent so we're growing at a bad a forty forty two percent faster pace than that friend line so I think you can see the clear improvement going on and also let me just add to that productivity numbers are now trending above two percent hi that's a terrific thing we haven't seen that in many many years so now I think we're in good shape as again we had a lot of monetary had wins hopefully that's going to be remedied but I think the economy is really voice for a strong second half as we cross over into the third quarter as I said with the durable goods report yesterday for cap acts very strong the last two months retail sales very strong that looks like we're going to pick up a lot of heat in the second half of this year now that I mean he is the the cheerleader that's his job that and he's pretty good at it but I mean he's really working at because he says yeah well if you look at our on a yearly rate you know two point seven percent is almost three no it's not emphasize that three was what was promised as the minimum and we're not there and so it goes back as if over the previous eight years so he's talking about Obama's one point nine percent when you do the all the adjustments to it so we have a forty two percent better rate well all right yeah I I understand what you're doing you're playing around with the mathematics and percentage signs and all that but I he also talked about durable good orders great two months durable good orders can go way up or way down and Larry knows that that is not a good indicator of anything it really depends upon how many airplanes Boeing sells primarily aviation the big part of it but we're not at three percent where it two point seven year over year two point one percent for this last quarter I don't think this economy can be called on fire.
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Earlier this year the administration was arguing cure for over queue for GDP was at or slightly above three percent however now the revisions have brought that down last year to two point five percent two questions for you one does this show that that tax cuts maybe were not as successful and the economy not as hot as the administration has been saying secondly do you still believe that GDP for twenty nineteen three percent are about yeah well that last point I like what I see for the second half because as we cross over in the third quarter right we're almost through July get pretty big numbers and retail sales so that continues the consumer phone as far as the business side strong increases in what they call core cap backs durable goods excluding aircraft so like that night I think we're gonna you know we're in pretty good shape for the second half of the year regarding that the first part look concerns the historic revision so we're two point seven percent for twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen and that's a bit lower than three percent I get that on the other hand the prior administration their performance was one point nine percent annually so we're writing forty forty two percent above that trend line and I want to add to that I mean I think by the way the pickup in the trend the big difference between two seven one nine is it actually in fact because of lower taxes and roll back regulations and the opening of the energy sector and the trade before so I think the policies have been working look the differential there's over forty percent but I want to add one point you know we have faced in the last two years severe monetary type you have seven rate hikes that is tough some sense it's America we've done as well as we've done and that with the absence of inflation you know you look at the numbers today the four quarter change in the days later I think was about one and a half percent so if we get some monetary ships is the market is predicting I think that's going to help the whole story administration wants I understand we want we we we we made our views clear on that subject I'm just saying the bond market itself is predicting I think three rate.
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A scary moment for a lot of these kids. Winning a conference title without the injured Katie Lucy Nielsen. So what did we learn about Yukon with her being absent, I think the first thing is what we already knew they're not as good without Katie Lou. But we suspected that would be the case. The my takeaway after this tournament is that the three freshmen are not freshman to three young players Walker Williams and Nelson Dada. They've all played significant minutes, and your Gino address it on a big stage and big moments, and they were dependent and relied upon and as much as maybe they could at this stage in their careers. They came through there still developing they're going to get better. But the minutes particularly that Nelson. No data played the last three days, twenty minutes, twenty nine minutes and thirty five minutes. Those are very important to the Yukon huskies huge on the boards for them if she only rebounds indefens-, she's giving them exactly what they need because there's plenty of more scores on the perimeter. What I learned today was how incredibly spoiled we are about Yukon because you know, they forty forty two percent. They only had three players in double figures. They normally have five players in double figures. They only shot seventy one percent from the free throw line. Look they won. They won the tournament. We're so spoiled with everything they do we our expectations of them are really off the charts and is not fair. But Gino referenced it earlier this year, we are like everybody else in the country. They are not the same Yukon is they have been, but they're still really good. When Katie Lou gets back on that team will be making its thirty-first NCWA tournament appearance all of them, consecutively since nineteen Eighty-nine Baylor wins, the big twelve championship. The top ranked bears sixty seven forty nine route of Iowa State. Would it be AC wins the metro Atlantic with thirty point route of? One thing we learned Monday get the insurance plan for your cell phone. If you plan to snap a picture of Conor McGregor. That's next. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio..
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Scary moment for a lot of these kids. Connecticut winning a conference title without the injured, Katie, Lou Samuelson. So what did we learn about Yukon with her being absent? I think the first thing is what we already knew they're not as good without Katie Lou. But we suspected that would be the case. You know, the my takeaway after this tournament is that the three freshmen were not freshman to three young players Walker Williams and Nelson Dada. They've all played significant minutes, and you heard Gino address it on a big stage and and big moments, and they were dependent and relied upon and as much as maybe they could at this stage in their careers. They came through there still developing they're going to get better. But the minutes particularly that Nelson. No data played the last three days, twenty minutes, twenty nine minutes and thirty five minutes. Those are very important to the Yukon huskies she's huge on the boards for them if she only rebounds indefens-, she's giving them exactly what they need because there's plenty of more scores on the perimeter. What I learned today was how incredibly spoiled we are about Yukon because you know, they forty forty two percent. They only had three players in double figures. They normally have five players in double figures. They only shot seventy one percent from the free throw line. Look they won. They won the tournament. We're so spoiled with everything they do we our expectations of them are really off the charts and is not fair. But Gino referenced it earlier this year, we are like everybody else in the country. They are not the same Yukon is a have been, but they're still really good. When Katie Lou gets back on that team get we'll be making its thirty. I n TWA tournament appearance all of them consecutively since nineteen Eighty-nine Baylor would the big twelve championship. The top rank bears sixty seven forty nine route of Iowa State. Quinnipiac wins the metro Atlantic with a thirty point route of. One thing we learned Monday get the insurance plan for your cell phone. If you plan to snap a picture of Conor McGregor. That's next. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio..
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"That's not app, but you could keep him in LA. He gets to play for Jerry West led team, Doc Rivers. I know. It's all speculation. I just don't know if how they are constructed right now. I don't know about Lonzo ball. I really like Lonzo ball. I think he has you know, these intangibles the problem is the tangible is he can't shoot a free throw. How do I have a guy who has the ball? You're the point guard, and you can't shoot free throw. If Andre Drummond can improve his free throw shooting. Blake griffin. Like you. You can go down the let Karl Malone like you have to be able to improve your free. I can't have you on the floor. Like there was hacker shack. They're going to do the same thing to you. An Ingram's injury. I I mean, that's serious here, you I I don't know what his career is going to be. We we all like Kouzmin. I think heart has full tential. But okay, what am I have here? What did I learn this year? I don't think you learned that much because Lonzo being injured. I wanted to see how if he would get better by proxy playing with LeBron. But LeBron's not a good free throw shooter either. So the last thing I want is Lonzo shooting free throws with LeBron. Lonzo was forty five percent last year down to forty two percents this it's it's impossible. He's the only guard in the top lowest ten players in the league for fifth or spur shooting. He's only guard. What what did Andre Drummond go from two because he was sub fifty. And I think he's improved of upper sixties now. I mean, he he, but he worked at it. So Andre gentleman was like thirty seven as a rookie forty one thirty eight thirty five thirty eight and then sixty last year fifty seven this year. Okay. I can deal with sixty. I can't deal with forty forty two percent. Maybe Drummond could help if I can shoot blindfolded and make at least four out of ten I was lucky in Bob ball's number one thing he never got hilly shop forty eight free throws all year long. He never gets to the line new. He he doesn't go to the hoop..
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"I welcome back, folks. It's the Ray program. We're talking about qualifying for alone. And there's a couple of different ways. One of the things that I'm thinking about for many of my viewers and listeners out there. It is with the potential of interest rates going up, and what the potential of real estate values continuing to go up. I'm not buying into this dire scenario a real estate bubble. Once again in a big crash, some people ought to think about buying that retirement home. Now five years ahead of time ten years at a time renting out one or the other. I would they go about doing that. Well, again, the key is going to be for. Alone professional to be able to review the borrower scenario. You know, what their income is what their current payment is on their current home. If they're looking to buy a secondary home and keep their current home. If we're looking to buy it as a secondary home. You'll get a better interest rate than buying it as an investment property guy. That's the plus side the negative side would be that if we're buying it as a secondary home instead of an investment property, then we're going to have to make sure that we have enough income to be able to qualify for the current primary and the second home, so you gotta be able to carry both payments. If you find a property that you'd like to have as your second home. But let's assume that you don't have the income to qualify to carry both payments, then you can potentially by it as an investment property. You'll pay a little bit higher interest rate, but you'll secure the rates where they're at right now and you'll secure the property at the value word is right now, we're three years down the road. What's your prints, more resonance? Could you just not refinance? At that point. Where you could if it makes sense. So basically, then by then buying it as an investment property. I'm able to use going rents to counteract what the new payment is which makes it significantly easier to qualify. You can go ahead and rented out collect the rents. So it helps it with the payment a year down the road. If you feel you can handle the payment, and you don't want the renters in there. And you'd like it as a vacation home prior to being a second home. You can do that. And or if it gets to the point where you eventually sell your current home or you move out of that current home physically move into that home that you purchase that was the second Homer investment property. And let's assume you don't sell the original home, but we can show that you've moved out of it rented it out, then yes, we could potentially if rates are better, it makes sense to refinance refinance it into a primary alone. But if it's three or four years down the road, let's say that instead of getting a four and three eighths. Owner-occupied today. It's four and three quarters or four and seven eighths on investment property, you move into the property but rates have now moved up to four point eight or five percent. It doesn't make sense to refinance. I'll tell you what I read the other day that there's eight hundred thousand homeowners that are leaving the state of New York and leaving the state of California because of this salt deduction the fact that you can only get ten thousand bucks now as a write off on your property taxes and your state taxes. So a lot of people from California, you're going to go to paradise valley and Arizona or Mesa or someplace where they can get a house. That's reasonably priced compared to California get a mortgage at these rates, and I think the idea of renting out of house, especially if your mortgage has been paid down, and you can rent the place out for a positive cash flow last time, I checked the ocean isn't going anywhere though. And just about any house almost. Anywhere on California's not that far from the ocean and didn't he land? And the other point is is that if you're buying a new home this year in any one of those higher level states with higher sales prices and loan about your early able to deduct up to seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars of the mortgage rates, right? But yeah, that's that's a really good point. Finding a home buying it as a second home or investment property. If you do that. And let's say you maybe don't have enough cash, then we could look at possibly also refinancing your primary residence to pull the cash out to have money for a down payment or to have more for a down payment. So that it reduces what the new payment would be on the second home or the investment property. The more you put down the better the rate, you get potentially the lower payment and the more cash flow. You get from renting it out as long as if we're looking at what your future plan is whatever the new mortgage, we have on the primary home is something that you're comfortable with making right now, or if you decide to keep the property, then we do some research as to what going rents are now that may change three years down the road. But no matter what's going on rents have not gone like this rescue ongoing. Yeah. So if let's say we refinanced the property. You plan down the line you'd like to keep it. We do some research and realize what the new payment that you're going to be able to at least break even with rent somewhere down the line that it may make sense to do that. But to get real important to deal with a loan planner where you can look at not just what can I do now. But how is it going to affect me based on what my future plans might be see that's the point. And that I wanna make because this isn't the kind of thing you wake up one day say, okay, I'm retiring now, and I'm thinking about moving to Austin, no, you wanna be thinking through that whole process today. While interest rates are still low while you have the opportunity to pull money out of your home and get in to a property, that's perhaps going to be priced at a better price than it would be five years from now. So people can call you now and start doing this planning. It may make sense for them to do that. Whether it's an investment property or they say. I'm getting the heck out of California and move the Texas. What's a good point? And I ended up getting people who do make the calls all provide them. Hey, here's some info. What it would look like? But here's the things that you might want to check out check out with your financial adviser with where your investments are what your plan is to three five years down the road. If we do this with your current primary residence. What are your plans today for what you might see what those plans are for that property now it can change? But let's look at setting up worst case scenario because of somewhere down the road, you decide that okay? We set it up. We refinanced the property. We pull cash out. We know we can get rents to cover it five years down the road. But if in five years down the road, your plans change, then you just sell the property, and whatever equity, you have either invest it or at that point, you go to that home that you purchased and you decide whether you want to pay down the principal or refinance significantly reduced the principle that balance even if rates are slightly higher. If you've got two hundred grand that you've pulled out of the property rates have gone up a quarter to three eighths of a point based on what you had secured that rate in, but we're reducing the loan balance by two hundred grand we're still reducing your payment by five hundred thousand fifteen hundred dollars a month. So I get real important to understand what your goals are. And we can set up the plan based on that with contingencies in case things change. What if somebody's in their, you know, mid sixties gonna retire at seventy take their social security. They have a home. They wanna move. Texas or Arizona or someplace where the sun shines. What about a reverse mortgage going that was gonna head right there too? So as long as you have enough cash to put down so figuring if you were within the standard limits for verse mortgage. You're able to go up to about maybe forty forty two percent of the value of the property as long as the value of the property is not over. I think six ninety seven. Then you could actually secure verse mortgage and not out a payment. However, and this is something that I was going to recommend that we talk about next week because I'm getting a little more info on is. There are now new jumbo reverse mortgage programs. Can't do a line of credit on them. But instead of being capped at a lot amount of two fifty or maybe three hundred on a standard reverse mortgage with the jumbo reverse mortgages, you can do do alone all the way up to four million. Wow. That's incredible. Yeah. So so somebody that's a fairly wealthy individual can you into retirement in the house that they've grown accustomed to live in or a place like that and not have a mortgage payment. Absolutely. Even if they've got a mortgage balance of three four or five six hundred thousand.
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Would you forgive a cheater bullied network? Actually, isn't that? I mean, if I'm going to take this subject and try to relate it to you. So would you forgive someone who cheated on you for better or for worse TJ? George cohen. That's a how worse. You know, that's the question. You should ask for better or for worse. How worse. Have you forgiven for a new survey discovered that many of us would give the cheater a pass forty forty two percent would rebuild the relationship which sounds a little bit high to me, but women especially older women are way more forgiving than men? Forty six to thirty seven percent. And once a woman hits fifty five years old fifty percent are willing to work things out. Forty-two percent would rebuild a relationship. Older. Women are more forgiving than men. Forty six. Thirty seven women hit fifty five fifty three percent willing fifty five and older willing to work things out six and ten women would forgive to relationship errors. Once a cheater. Always a cheater six and ten women would forgive to relationship errors. But they list rish. Latian ship errors as cheating. Flirting romantic neglect. Pretty wide open. Their applause here for second. So you guys can write that down..
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"He is should be the priority lonzo's going to be there for years unless he's other trade or something for something way bigger but the plan is that he's going to be there for years you don't have to be in any rush for him but not not that he can mentor because of how smart he is and you know the smartest guy in the room and not just that he typically is but he also has that attitude you can learn from that but he's not there to mentor he's there to play yeah that's why when people say oh he's going to be there helping lung zo knowing rondos as competitive z is you know he's got a feel like give us a better chance to win than lonzo does and i just can't imagine you know that's the that's the other problem with guys on one year deals they they wanna proven that one year that they're worthy of a longer contract or you know whatever's going to happen to them after this this year and rondo strikes me as a guy who was you know got that chip on his shoulder and there's no way he's going to go yeah let me just sit back here and all all help the kid out right and i don't think he he needs to sort of take ownership in that offense in an offense to whatever degree you can when you're on the floor with lebron maybe they sell it to him like yeah but you're on the floor win lebrons not then you really do and could be some of that as well but to be his best i feel like he needs to take ownership of it you know the good thing about him in a last year of a contract it's not like he's going to try and put up scoring numbers he's not be gunning for his own shot because it's just not who he is so you don't have to worry about him thinking that way as you do with some guys you don't have to worry about that with valve mcgee he he's not a guy who's gonna just punt for shots because oh i need to in my contract here and so in that regard it can work but i don't think you make him the well lonzo sits you can go in for six minutes and then come right back out i think he needs to have more of a stake in things jonathan great stuff and joy your stay there in las vegas we appreciate your time always a pleasure jonathan fagin who covers the rockets for the houston chronicle some interesting things there yeah mclovin he just sold me on the lakers again what he noticed how random it was such a good fit after cousins got her but rondo is the curiosity here for me with the lakers because i look at rondo and how old is rondo thirty two i just can't imagine him saying let me take a back seat and let lonzo ball he he's better than lonzo ball in that situation at doesn't mean lonzo ball won't become better than rondo at you know when he's thirty three thirty four thirty five you hope he is better but rondo to me makes the most sense but is jonathan fagin pointed out if lonzo's not starting now sudden dads involved in this then it becomes a little more so it's a little trickier here because rondo is a really good player used to be great he's still really good yeah point on rondo will turn thirty two next season in the playoffs this year rondo average thirty four minutes per game eleven points twelve assists eight rebounds and he shot forty forty two percent from three what's he shoot from the line during the year 'cause that's another problem i have with lonzo ball rondo stinks he doesn't make free throws a.
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on Accelerate!
"Digital transformation is technical phrase what is really an economic transformation yeah and i think let's talk about that i because i think again people really don't perceive it that what they think about being more of a technological making sure we have all the tools in place and so on but it's it's much bigger than that yeah and that's why company sale because they look at it is a you know we just survey in march of this year and it said that forty forty two percent of people believe that buying more technology will make them digitally transformed which is ridiculous because then the largest most powerful companies on the planet would already be digitally transformed right right and they're not our research says it is as as as many or as few as one in six are actually digitally transformed and the five and six are struggling and sunk hoddinott if you're transform transform don't seem like a destination it seems like waystation along the way right it is it is a moving point right at bell reported like you feel like you guys are transformed as an organization one in five wanted six said no or yes we are and five and six no we're not from their own self identification reporting data and feel like they were at a point where they were getting the most out of it or seeing a real return on investment to where they were getting greater than the sum of their parts value out of their transformational efforts and that's really kind of the demarcation line is that if you're not getting value out of your transformation efforts greater the some of the parts because this should be exponential than you're not getting that goes back to the michael frog thing is that this should be something that transforms what you do in how you do it actually creates new possibilities new markets and new things of the company can do you look at amazon i mean who would have thought five ten years ago aws would have come from amazon i mean ridiculous right why would a company that's basically the world's largest retailer now become the world's largest hosting company they recognize customers needed the they had the infrastructure and the missing piece in the hosting market was.
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Why did you let ups and kroger and all the rest of them leave why didn't you try to stop him and he said they absolutely did try to stop them but they had no control over it so i think that was a modified version of my question than some other also so now at the end of it they said if you have other questions that weren't answered you can go on the website and give me your email address and phone they'll answer you know they'll respond to you but i wanted everybody who was listening to hear the questions because i guess there was a lot of people that did had called in and we're listening so it wasn't completely negative but according to him oh and by the way the last question that was asked and i found this interesting the government accountability office is investigating central states and one one somebody asked the question when will the result of that investigation come out and he said he didn't know when it was going to come out but he wishes that it would because it would show that they're on the up and up because he investigation which i didn't know this either they're investigating the investment practices of central states and of course that's the result of this massive loss of money i'm guessing forty forty two percent of your assets and i never heard such a thing before so it was pretty informative not as bad as i thought it was going to be but he said right out and he came right out and he said this fund will run out in twenty twenty five january twenty twentyfive what's left will be divvied out you know percentage wise in twenty twenty six it's gone now here's my question they lose two billion dollars every year and they've got about fifteen fifteen billion in change left in the piggy bank so simple arithmetic tells me that they're pretty much just using up what they have left and.
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Dollars would go towards making school buildings safer in other news wells fargo reportedly about to be hit with another fine this time a billion dollars for abuses tied to its auto lending and their mortgage businesses it would be the largest ever imposed by the office of the controller of the currency six twenty seven now on wbz john would you forgive a cheater fully network actually isn't that i mean if i'm going to take this subject and try to relate it to you so would you forgive someone who cheated on you for better or for worse george how worse you know that's the question you should ask for better or for worse powers have you forgiven for a new survey discovered that many of us would give the cheater pass forty forty two percent would rebuild the relationship which sounds a little bit high to me but women especially older women are way more forgiving than men forty six to thirty seven percent and once a woman hits fifty five years old fifty three percent are willing to work things out fortytwo percent would rebuild a relationship older women are more forgiving than men forty six thirty seven women fifty five fifty three percent willing fifty five and older willing to work things out six and ten women would forgive to relationship errors once a cheater always a cheater six and ten women would forgive to relationship errors but they list rish latian ship errors as cheating flirting or romantic neglect pretty wide open there i'll pause here for a second so you guys can write that down how many of us your free pass the john hancock show weekdays three.
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The king the real king behind the throne of that's what's happening so i will tell you this not true so here's what i find interesting i really believe that is oprah announces just give her the nomination because he'd win the nomination and then just in the next day hold the election because no minds are going to be changed oprah's not going to swing any trump voters schrafft's douglas sweeney oprah voters list as wait near reich your fees yes i loyd and we'd like to see some some good news with oprah about public policy aylum leg gosh i would love that and i'd love to see a debate the question is in the imaginary debate between donald trump and oprah winfrey who ends up winning those with the public do you think you know it's hard to say the trump he has thirty five percent of the people behind him i don't expect that's going to go down if the economy continues to do well he'll add another five to seven so that's forty forty two percent so he's competitive is competitive but oprah you know is going to bring the minorities to the four everyone will vote just like they do for barack obama to same constituency so she got a real chance yeah but but using routes really on his game to expose what's behind the throne now one not one journalistic outfitted made my point that i just made to you not one that barack obama is behind this they w they know it but they won't say it and that's another you know unbelievable deception that's going on in this in this country you believe she will run hard to say it um i i don't i've never seen i know her a little bit bid on a program she loves adulation okay she loves it just like trump loves it but criticism she does not like and you know if she runs the terror to pieces the never she'll never be the oprah winfrey that's even was in the 80s or the.
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on WRVA
"To find the truth not oprah's you're truth but the truth about what's happened all right so that i hesitate to ask you about your truth on oprah winfrey and more are running in twenty 2020 she'd win i shouldn't say she'd went she win the nomination if she if oprah winfrey wants to be president and again i wrote i got as i'm sure you know a column for the hill and are the only at a little riley up i'm barack obama's behind oprah winfrey okay uh this is a return to powerful barack obama if oprah winfrey decides to rotten they're very close in that speech was not written by oprah it was written for her by professionals i believes supplied by the obamas and old brock obama's furious about donald trump and in every way sure that is that his policies are being dismantled that he's being made to look is like he was incompetent he wants to return to power what better way than davos oprah winfrey raw and then he's the key phil king behind the throne of that's what's happening so i will tell you this the true so here's what i find interesting i really believe that if oprah announces just give her the nomination 'cause he'd win the nomination and then just in the next day hold the election because no minds are going to be changed oprah's not going to swing any trump voters schrafft's douglas any oprah voters list as wait near icu fees but yes i loyd and we'd like to see some some good news with oprah about public policy aylum leg gosh i would love that and i'd love to see a debate the question is in the imaginary debate between donald trump and oprah winfrey who ends up winning those with the public do you think you know it's hard to say the trump he has thirty five percent of the people behind him i don't expect that's going to go down if the economy continues to do well he'll add another five to seven so that's forty forty two percent so he's competitive is competitive but oprah you know is going to bring the minorities to the four everyone will vote just like they do for barack obama to same constituency so she got a real chance yeah but but do you think it's really on his game to expose what's behind the.
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on WLAC
"Oprah winfrey who ends up winning those with the public do you think you know it's hard to say that trump has thirty five percent of the people behind him i don't expect that's going to go down if the economy continues to do well will add another five to seven so that's forty forty two percent so he's competitive is competitive but oprah you know is going to bring the minorities to the four everyone will vote just like they do for barack obama to same constituency so she got a real chance yeah but but do you think reynolds really on his game to expose what's behind the throne not one not one journalistic outfitted made my point that i just made to you not one that barack obama is behind this they w they know it but they won't say it and that's another you know unbelievable deception that's going on in this in this country you believe she will run hard to say um i i don't i've never seen i know her a little bit did on a program she loves adulation okay she loves it just like trump loves it but criticism she does not like and you know if she runs they'll pera pieces the never he'll she'll never be the oprah winfrey that she was in the 80s or the early nineties away you wanna go through that for a year being attacked every single day uh that is the question yup quickly joe or a running for senate in arizona uh don't run joe come on man i you know it's another roy moist situation uh don't run your what is he eighty now come on just let the regular republicans run i i just think that's not not a good thing okay um signs dean can you explain what happened with her release of the fusion gps in under two minutes yes i can the democrats fear this scandal more than any other it's going to be shown that hillary clinton's campaign lose behind the funding of the fusion gps fraud i don't know whether it's going to be shown but it certainly possible that once the obama administration got the phony info they brought it.
"forty forty two percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Protecting your heart not only from an arithmetic genic standpoint still stabilizing your rhythm but also from anyone who suffers a heart attack anyone who has heart disease it really does prevent uh coronary artery disease in many many different aspects but it also provides at the same time energy needed to exercise the quiz without exercise or one of the things we talking about it can help you but it's not gonna help you much as it will if you do exercise with this you know with this prevention are that we're talking about uh tell you phony story home is one of our listeners a and using observez the natural supplements and in there and the numbers did come down but they didn't come bounce as is significantly sweets as as a side of the mayo clinic about forty forty two percent whatever is total reduction in and close cholesterol's uh and it is the can down at did not about twenty percent of the case in and they were the the send me an email and saying i'm wondering why didn't get the same gun results in as a bull uh are you exercising and what are you eating it was find out they want exercising and they were going at an cheeseburgers could size and they did not change a single thing about their diet uh and i'm wondering how many people out there do that i mean you you you just can't take natural sublet you have to do other things you have to modify your diet and you have to get exercise right absolutely when you think about overall health and you think about prevention it is wellknown that a lack of exercise we'll certainly ag in many different ways but if you want to use this to the most ultimate benefit uh the.