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Strategists Begin Looking For Rotation In Reopening And Epicenter Stocks

Yahoo finance daily

01:19 min | Last week

Strategists Begin Looking For Rotation In Reopening And Epicenter Stocks

"Of monday's close. The s&p five hundred was headed toward a fifteen point. Six percent rise in two thousand twenty the dow for a six point five percent advance and the nasdaq for a staggering. Forty four percent jump as big tech and software stocks outperformed for much of the year. As more businesses reopen and a- semblance of pre pandemic life returns in two thousand twenty one. Some strategists are looking for more of a rotation into the reopening and epicenter stocks. Hardest hit earlier this year as these companies. Begin to recover. We think the rotation trade is still in play and so when we look back and take stock two thousand twenty as we come to the end of the year energy and financials are really still the laggards so we think there's some room for them to catch up particularly as we get to reopening rob howarth u. s. bank wealth management senior investment. Strategist told yahoo. Finance in the long term innovation and growth still remain really important which is why we say for a secular trade for the long-term still look on dips to pick up technology healthcare e commerce sorts of names but in the short term as we get to reopening there certainly some room for earnings and revenue to catch up for these companies. That have been so hard. Hit in two thousand twenty

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Biden leads Trump by 8 points nationally: poll

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Biden leads Trump by 8 points nationally: poll

"He may have the enthusiasm, but president trump doesn't have the edge heading into the election that's according to the latest National Fox News poll the latest Fox News poll puts Joe Biden, and ahead, of president, trump by eight points fifty, two to forty, four percent that is two points tighter than things weren't early October though not as tight as they weren't September, the president is preferred by. White men, rural voters, and Evangelical but by smaller margins than twenty, sixteen Biden. Is favored most notably by suburban women, black voters, and those under thirty seniors favor Biden by ten points independence by them by twenty two points. Now, just fifty seven percent of Biden supporters said they were voting for their candidate forty percent said they were voting against the president but eighty percent of trump supporters. said they were voting for their candidate

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The Surprising Truth About Environmentalists and Voting

Warm Regards

07:53 min | 3 months ago

The Surprising Truth About Environmentalists and Voting

"Nathaniel I'm really excited to have you on the show today. I have never seen so much discussion about get out the vote efforts around a midterm election. So were really here. We're really happy to have you here in excited to have you on the show. Well thank you jacqueline and thank you Ramesh I'm I'm really excited to be here with you guys. So, do you do you feel like we're seeing something different in this election we keep hearing all these projections about how college students are really GonNa vote this time and You know the projected voter turnout is really high in various places and I think I just read an article that my home state of Vermont has something like a ninety two percent. Voter registration rate for the state, which is crazy. Awesome. So do you do you feel something's different? Are we going to see a shift from the from the recent past? Yes. I absolutely feel like something is different. A field director just told me about an hour ago that a million people have already voted in Florida so far as also voting. and they're in person early voting hasn't started yet. So all of these people are people who requested that ballots be mailed to them. And have already made them back in and just to put that number in context just to give you a denominator I think barely six million people voted in the twenty fourteen midterms and Florida. So the hot a million people have already voted mean something's going on now who are those people that I can't tell you? I can't tell you with whether these are young people storm in the polls or liberals or conservatives I don't know. But you're right that there's a new energy going on this time around. Suspending of demographics mean you focus mostly on on kind of an untapped group, the the environmental movements, and we often think of environmentalists is really active in terms of making lifestyle choices. giving up meat or dairy, or or abandoning abandoning your car for a bicycle that takes a lot of effort and a lot more than going to the polls. So my question for you is, how are we doing? Are we actually voting as a group? Jacqueline you you ask the the sixty four, thousand dollar question no, we're not we're not laugh. Yeah environmentalists awful voters. I'm not going to sugarcoat it. We. We've done a lot of research on this and it's pretty easy to measure because weather you vote or not, and a lot of Americans don't know this. Whether you voter not as public, record. Now. I'll never be able to look up who Ramesh voted for or who jacqueline voted for but I can absolutely look up which elections you vote in in which elections you don't. And so people are able to run large polls and build predictive models and identify all the environmentalists in various states. And it turns out. That environmentalists. Habitually under vote they vote far less often than the average voter in almost every other state and just to give you some context here, I'll use say the two thousand, sixteen presidential election as an example. In two, thousand, sixteen, Sixteen, nine percent of registered voters voted. But only fifty percent of environmentalists did. Wow Yeah and if you go back to twenty fourteen, it's even worse. Forty four percent of registered voters voted but only twenty one percent of environmentalists did. Okay. So the obvious follow up question there is why? Yeah. Why? Is that one hundred, thirty, five, thousand dollars. That's Before thousand. In one dollars. So we know some of the reasons but only some of the reasons. So part of what's going on here is just demographic correlations so I don't know what the Environmental Movement was like ten twenty thirty years ago but. It certainly isn't now. What People Imagine as the stereotypical environmentalist. The typical environmentalists now is not well, it's not me it's not some white Yuppie who hops into their electric vehicle to get to their job downtown. people who deeply care about climate and the environment are now much more likely to make less than fifty thousand dollars a year. Be African American or Latino, and live within five miles of an urban core end they are predominantly younger but that's not. Not so much the case anymore. And all of those demographic groups that I just mentioned right now. Vote less often than the average American. So part of what's going on here is just that environmentalists are likely to be part of demographic groups that just habitually under vote. But the really interesting thing. Is that's not all that's going on here because even if you look at just young. Environmentalists vote less often than the other young people. Were even if you've looked just at Latinos, the Environmental Latinos vote less often than the other Latinos. So something else is going on here and the honest answer guys is we don't know what it is because it's really easy for behavioral scientists to measure why someone takes an action. So it's really easy to set up an experiment to to figure out how to get someone to vote. What's really hard? is to figure out the opposite. What's really hard is to set up an experiment to figure out why people don't take an action like exercising or voting or or vaccinating their children or something like that. the best you can do is ask them. And when we ask environmentalists why they're not voting. They lied their pants off. They lie France off and so and I'm. That other people or So, so no not more than other people and that's a good question but no, I mean no matter how you ask the question if you try to determine why people don't vote. The responses they'll give. Our responses that they think you want to hear. What we've realized is that even non voters still buy into the societal norm that voting is a good thing. So everybody wants to be known as a voter. Just, like everybody wants you to think that they brush your teeth, brush their teeth or or wash their hands every time or something like that. This voting is a societal norm that we all buy into and so I ask people why they don't vote. They will often before they even give you an excuse guys. They will lie their pants off and say, Oh, no, I vote all the time Jacqueline. And we that's a lie because whether you voted not as public record, right? These people looking at their voting histories and we know that they've never voted their entire lives and they swear up and down all the time that they vote whenever there's an election and so. The honest answer to your question and it's a good one is. We. Don't know why environmentalists aren't voting, but we've got some good ideas as to how to get them

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Where's Everyone Moving To?

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:06 min | 3 months ago

Where's Everyone Moving To?

"Murray Pitino from Bloomberg City lab so much joining us. You recently wrote an article kind of looking at a bunch of the the moving data because we've. We've definitely been hearing a lot of things about this great migration and all these people moving from covert and you kind of. Took a dive into this question. Exactly, we've seen a lot of anecdotal evidence about a so-called urban exotic. So we thought that it'd be interesting to try to do a summary of the interesting data points. We could get our hands on. Yeah. Where did you look at this data because I really into data at the indicator I don't know it just. It's it's a really good point. So. We do get a fair amount of research coming from moving companies real estate aggregate, or is like Zillow and We did find a quite more nuanced story. What did you find I? Mean I feel like the the story has been at least the anecdotal story has been like people are fleeing cities they're moving to the country and sort of settling down like there's this excess and so what did you find when you actually looked at actual data? What story did tell? Yeah. So we found that over all it seems like people actually during the during the stay at home order is between March and June. People moved away less than they usually do, and that's what the the moving data told us. But overall, we also saw really interesting regional nuances. We have seen a lot of people moving out of especially Manhattan. But also a lot of people moving in San Francisco and we're going it's kind of a story about civil thing. But what we've seen is that a fair amount of people who move out of San Francisco in New York City tend to go to actually also pretty big cities like Los, Angeles Chicago Atlanta also Seattle, and so it seems like people are moving from the what Los Angeles is a bigger city I don't know 'cause I. Yeah. The it was like not the story that. I expected because I, was like Oh they're moving from the biggest cities to smaller cities. Blessed Angeles isn't a smaller city I think in Los Angeles people can have a little more space. It seems like people are maybe not necessarily leaving urban places but going to urban places where they can maybe have more space or something like that. Yeah. That is definitely interesting and We have data from a real estate consultant and the that in Manhattan whom sales had dropped by fifty six percents year-over-year. But in suburban counties around the city the had increased by actually forty four percent. Your of a year the other thing that I really loved in your article was that you took a look at history. which I thought was such a fascinating perspective. You kind of look back in time a little bit at past. Pandemics and sort of big issues in in big cities in the US would you find? While a thing we did see out in previous pandemic mentioned the Spanish flu but also the cholera cities have always been historically resilient. And have managed to kind of recover from all the hardship that has happened because you looked at I think in London back in eighteen, forty nine, they had ten thousand people die of cholera within a few months and then a huge fire destroyed a lot of the city. But right after that, the city's role as sort of the world's leading financial center at that time. Actually grew. So few experts we've talked to. Kind of expect the same thing to happen with the the current pandemic even though pretty big shift that has happened in maybe was there before is the whole working from home. Movement that is happening Sarah. It kind of depends how what the norms regarding this. Turn up to to be you know like people return to the office or will people who can stay working from home right? So this time might be a little different because we are establishing a protocol now where. We don't need to necessarily be at work. So we all still might be working jobs that are technically based in New, York or San Francisco but we could be living elsewhere yet and I think another important thing is that a there was an overall trend of population in dense urban city centers growing less fast than than people in suburban areas. So this is this is a trend that we that was already happened. Basically, it may have been accelerated. So you're based out of London from what I understand is that right? Exactly. Yeah. What's happening in London are people leaving London is at the same thing as New Yorker people saying like London is over. Notice definitely a good question. I. I. Live in London and Rents has dropped quite a lot recently is your rent dropped. It has actually buy a lot or just like a little bit or a by a fair amount because I feel like people are people tend to. At least from what? I see a b. kind of leaving the. The center. So yeah, I. Guess we'll have to see.

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Virus shutdown took a toll on routine health care for kids

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Virus shutdown took a toll on routine health care for kids

"Federal officials are expressing concern about a steep drop in routine medical care for low income children during the pandemic the centers for Medicare and medical services spines that vaccination screening for childhood diseases visits to the dentist and even mental health care dropped precipitously from March through may of this year federal officials are warning that sharp decline in routine care could cause long term issues calling on states pediatric providers families and schools to ensure children get caught up billing records for the chip program show early childhood vaccinations drop by twenty two percent dental visits plunged nearly seventy percent and time sensitive screenings for cognitive or developmental problems fell by forty four percent Jackie Quinn Washington

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AP-NORC poll: Trump faces pessimism as GOP convention opens

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

AP-NORC poll: Trump faces pessimism as GOP convention opens

"As he accepts the GOP nomination for another term president trump is facing a public deeply pessimistic about the nation's direction in AP-NORC center for public affairs research poll the president's overall job approval is thirty five percent down from forty three when the virus pandemic began gripping the nation in March he's also seeing a big drop in how the public sees his leadership on the virus from forty four percent approval in March to thirty one percent now and as he promises to outline an optimistic vision this week just twenty three percent of Americans in the poll think the country is headed in the right direction seventy five percent say it's on the wrong path Sager made Ghani Washington

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AP-NORC poll: Trump faces pessimism as GOP convention opens

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

AP-NORC poll: Trump faces pessimism as GOP convention opens

"As he accepts the GOP nomination for another term president trump is facing a public deeply pessimistic about the nation's direction in AP-NORC center for public affairs research poll the president's overall job approval is thirty five percent down from forty three when the virus pandemic began gripping the nation in March he's also seeing a big drop in how the public sees his leadership on the virus from forty four percent approval in March to thirty one percent now and as he promises to outline an optimistic vision this week just twenty three percent of Americans in the poll think the country is headed in the right direction seventy five percent say it's on the wrong path Sager made Ghani Washington

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Hundreds of Georgia campers infected with coronavirus at YMCA camp in just days, CDC report finds

The Erick Erickson Show

01:27 min | 5 months ago

Hundreds of Georgia campers infected with coronavirus at YMCA camp in just days, CDC report finds

"Two hundred, sixty cases of covid nineteen have been tied to attendees and staff at North, Georgia Ymca Children's camp. In June, according to a report released, Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. One of the largest known super spreading events in the state. The report details how covid nineteen spread rapidly among children and teens within the camp and raises questions about the effectiveness of safety protocols s school districts, colleges contemplate reopening Ymca Camp High Harbour identified in the report is camp a suffered an outbreak, late, Lake. Burton, location late June as of July tenth about eighty, five cases of the virus have been. been linked to the camp. The JC previously reported a figure that has since tripled the CDC study of five, hundred, Ninety, seven campers and staff from Georgia found the camp did not follow its guidance to require campers to wear masks though the staff did three quarters of the three, hundred, forty, four, ten days and staff for whom the CDC was able to obtain test results tested positive for the virus. The CDC said the overall attack rid of the virus forty, four percent though the agency acknowledged that an under cats an undercount because it included more than two hundred, fifty for whom they had. No results. This investigation adds to the body of evidence demonstrating that children of all ages are susceptible to the coronavirus and contrary to early reports may play an important role in its transmission.

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Poll: About 7 in 10 white evangelicals approve of Trump

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Poll: About 7 in 10 white evangelicals approve of Trump

"A new poll shows about seven in ten white evangelicals approval president trump a new survey from the nonpartisan pew research center shows about seven in ten white evangelical Protestants approve of how president Donald Trump is handling his job that's support from a cornerstone of his political base has remained strong following a polarizing church visit any Supreme Court ruling on LGBT discrimination that disheartened some conservatives trump seventy two percent approval among white evangelicals in June represents a fall of six percentage points since a similar survey two months ago the survey's findings are in line with the ball in his general approval among all Americans which declined from forty four percent in April to thirty nine percent in June I'm Walter Ratliff

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Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

"Who do you trust when it comes to news about the corona virus pandemic it depends on who's talking the study by the pew research center says that just three in ten Americans say they trust president Donald Trump and his administration to give them the straight scoop on the corona virus although most of the time the pew survey finds dramatic differences in how the public socks sources of information about the pandemic for example just only have survey trusted the information they're getting from governors of state leaders while forty four percent believe the news media and then what you can call the Anthony Fauci affect nearly two of three Americans say they have confidence in information that they were getting from the centers for disease control and other health organizations I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

"Who do you trust when it comes to news about the corona virus pandemic it depends on who's talking the study by the pew research center says that just three in ten Americans say they trust president Donald Trump and his administration to give them the straight scoop on the corona virus although most of the time the pew survey finds dramatic differences in how the public socks sources of information about the pandemic for example just only have survey trusted the information they're getting from governors of state leaders while forty four percent believe the news media and then what you can call the Anthony Fauci affect nearly two of three Americans say they have confidence in information that they were getting from the centers for disease control and other health organizations I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

"Who do you trust when it comes to news about the corona virus pandemic it depends on who's talking the study by the pew research center says that just three in ten Americans say they trust president Donald Trump and his administration to give them the straight scoop on the corona virus although most of the time the pew survey finds dramatic differences in how the public socks sources of information about the pandemic for example just only have survey trusted the information they're getting from governors of state leaders while forty four percent believe the news media and then what you can call the Anthony Fauci affect nearly two of three Americans say they have confidence in information that they were getting from the centers for disease control and other health organizations I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Survey finds confusion among public about pandemic news

"Who do you trust when it comes to news about the corona virus pandemic it depends on who's talking the study by the pew research center says that just three in ten Americans say they trust president Donald Trump and his administration to give them the straight scoop on the corona virus although most of the time the pew survey finds dramatic differences in how the public socks sources of information about the pandemic for example just only have survey trusted the information they're getting from governors of state leaders while forty four percent believe the news media and then what you can call the Anthony Fauci affect nearly two of three Americans say they have confidence in information that they were getting from the centers for disease control and other health organizations I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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US pending home sales bounce back huge in May

The KFBK Morning News

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

US pending home sales bounce back huge in May

"Pending home sales just came out of forty four percent in may the expectation was it would be a fifteen percent rise still a sales were about five percent lower than they were one year ago but a very nice bounce back for residential real estate so that was a huge number in that world of course with interest rates down around three percent on the thirty year you can understand why there's great interest in buying a

Retail sales surge a record 17.7% in May

Glenn Beck

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Retail sales surge a record 17.7% in May

"President also that highlighting a record surge in retail sales up nearly eighteen percent in may the increases dramatically stronger than forecast sales at auto dealers were up forty four percent clothing sales were up more than a hundred eighty percent and home furnishing sales rose more than eighty percent oxygen because sola but the fed chief is telling Congress that a full recovery is unlikely until the public is confident corona virus has been contained

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Retail sales surge a record 17.7% in May

Glenn Beck

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Retail sales surge a record 17.7% in May

"President also that highlighting a record surge in retail sales up nearly eighteen percent in may the increases dramatically stronger than forecast sales at auto dealers were up forty four percent clothing sales were up more than a hundred eighty percent and home furnishing sales rose more than eighty percent oxygen because sola but the fed chief is telling Congress that a full recovery is unlikely until the public is confident corona virus has been contained

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Retail sales surge a record 17.7% in May

Glenn Beck

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

Retail sales surge a record 17.7% in May

"President also that highlighting a record surge in retail sales up nearly eighteen percent in may the increases dramatically stronger than forecast sales at auto dealers were up forty four percent clothing sales were up more than a hundred eighty percent and home furnishing sales rose more than eighty percent oxygen because sola but the fed chief is telling Congress that a full recovery is unlikely until the public is confident corona virus has been contained

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Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Poll: Pandemic does little to alter US views on health care

"A new poll shows that despite the corona virus pandemic people have little interest in big changes to their health care a survey by the university of Chicago Harris school of public health and the A. P. N. R. C. center for public affairs research finds that an overwhelming majority of those questioned preferred the private sector over the government on innovation and healthcare seventy to twenty eight percent the gap narrows slightly when it comes to improving quality sixty two to thirty six percent and it lessens a bit more fifty three to forty four percent when people are asked about health care coverage people do see the government is having a greater ability to control costs fifty four to forty four percent as for actual health care spending fifty six percent of those surveyed say too little is being spent on improving and protecting the nation's health timid wire Washington

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"forty four percent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"To forty four percent off bling cameras in systems go to Amazon dot com and search blink camera can weather together every ten minutes on the aids Kelly Dylan problem still to dump truck that's right Vicki AT eastern is still shut down while the express lanes are closed approaching route two eighty exit forty seven in Parsippany with an overturned John truck locals open but of course all jammed up they're both the jamming up back to route two eighty seven so forty six the better option stop on two eighty seven approaching exit fifty seven in Oakland to god overnight road work blocking a leader to right now and also we do construction work making quite the mass of things on the southbound side up the Connecticut turnpike first up between exits so looks like exit seventeen fifteen in Westport right wing construction work jamming things up and then in Derry and from the exits ten down to eight also right wing construction work making quite the mass of things right now we are not so bad at the George Washington bridge things are pretty quiet there the a Lincoln and Holland tunnels also moving pretty well tonight to west side highway FDR drive not that bad you are moving the speed limit in the Bronx cross Bronx Deegan proctor nothing any problems the Whitestone and Throgs neck bridge is looking great thing with the RF Cambridge nothing any problems things are quiet now at the Brooklyn bound to Brooklyn Bridge delays there have eased out northbound be QB just a bit slow towards the Cup gives go bridge besides that though the B. Q. we end the call one is moving finer next traffic update in less than ten minutes on W. CBS hi forecaster meteorologist Frank straight heated humidity will build again starting tomorrow but did tonight still not bad out there it's warm but clear still.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Score up to forty four percent off bling cameras in systems go to Amazon dot com and search blink camera before we get to sixty minutes let's take a quick look at your roads here's all the Jake up and it looks like a traffic break is going to be run in the North Bay northbound one a one just beyond the dumps you have a break starting because of a car that is stalled on that right shoulder but it is partially blocking the right lane they're hoping to move it over to the closest offramp and then and then take it from there but right now I'm not really even seeing a slowdown from this traffic Regulus like there aren't too many cars there so you should be fine getting through just make sure you stayed here left northbound one no one in the redwood city areas still seeing heavy brake lights between read or make that would side road and and with full Avenue try to take two eighty or al Camino Riel those will definitely save you some time a little bit of work getting down south bound as well but it's just a little bit sluggish once you pass the I. kia eastbound two oh five entries expect delays between the Altamont and mountain house parkway looks like you only have the left lane to travel in and five eighty west bound right as you're coming off of or it coming off of that two thirty eight split there you are going to see that the two right lanes are close traffic when you need it on the track sunny for your Monday except for some morning overcast near the coast high sixties at the beaches upper eighties to low nineties and line let's get to sixty minutes now on KCBS despite what you hear about artificial intelligence machine still can't think like a human but in the last few years they have.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on 790 KABC

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03:13 min | 2 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Magazine, from two thousand fourteen and it was, talking about the price to sales ratio and it said saying one point six then and then it said a, price sales ratio of two would be a huge red flag this article, was about market signs to watch and then. It said when the price sales peaked at two point three and early two thousand stocks. Lost forty four percent over the next three years So I went and checked what it was now and it said it was two point two four And I wonder what. Your. Take on that well if, we were just. Going on any one indicator would be so easy right it would be so easy but we don't we don't just go on anyone indicator and there are certainly our valuation indicators. That you can look at that will tell you right now that the market. Is fully valued in some of the. Might tell you like that one might tell you it's overvalued there are so many indicators out there I really believe that you have to blend that you had to take all of the indicators into consideration when you're making a decision about, whether you want to be in the. Market or how much you want to be in. The market but you are absolutely correct to observe there are specific indicators almost at. Any given time there are especially in a market like this that has been going, up so much, there are always going to be specific indicator here or, there that will will say look at, that, but The question is and let. Me ask you a question now would you be willing to rely on any one, particular indicator like, that I guess not but. It kind of well I mean that's really. What. It comes down to well of course. But that's really what it? Comes down to it really comes down to that single question okay I found this particular item over here, do I want to do I want to rely on that to make my, decision on whether I'm going in the market. Or not and that's really the decision that it does come down to But. It's not surprising. That, anytime you've seen 'em. We've had a market here. We have a market here. That has more than quadrupled more than quadrupled since. Spring of two thousand nine imagine that more than could. Drew pulled so certainly there are going to be indicators out there, that are going to show a high level evaluation and the question is whether you find an indicator. And say there, it is or not, and, that's really, the question there's no question look let's. Be, very clear, the market is not cheap the market does. Not undervalued the market is not on the. Bargain. Counter none none of those things this. Market has more than quadrupled? It certainly has reflected a very significant increase in corporate earnings power and it's going to be in the. Process going forward of trying to reflect Federal Reserve monetary policy Inflation expectations interest rates all of those key variables..

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"forty four percent" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on KNSS

"Magazine, from two thousand fourteen and it was, talking about the price to sales ratio and it said saying around one point six then and then it said, a price sales ratio of two would be a huge red flag this, article about market signs to watch and then. It said when the price sales peaked at two point three in early two thousand stocks. Lost forty four percent over the next three years So I went and checked what it was now and it said it was two point two four I wonder what your. Take. Is on that well if, we were just. Going on any one indicator would be so easy right it would be so easy but we don't we don't just go on any one indicator and there are certainly our valuation indicators. That you can look at that will tell you right now that the market. Is fully valued in some of the. Might tell you like that one might tell you it's overvalued there are so many indicators out there I really believe that you have to blend that you have to take all of the indicators into consideration when you're making a decision about, whether you want to be in the. Market or how much you want to be in. The market but you are absolutely correct to observe there are specific indicators almost at. Any given time there are especially in a market like this that has been going, up so much, there are always going to be specific indicator here or, there that will will say look at, that, but The question is and let me. Ask you a question now Pat would you be willing to rely on any one, particular indicator like, that I guess not. But it kind of well I mean that's. Really. What it comes down to well of. Course but that's really, what it, comes down to it really comes down to that single question okay I found this particular item over here do I want? To you know do I want to rely on that to, make my decision on whether I'm going on best in the market or not. And that's really the decision that it does come down to but it's not surprising that anytime you've seen. 'em we've had a market here we. Have a market here that has more than quadrupled more than quadrupled since spring of two thousand nine imagine that. More than could droop pulled so certainly there are going to be indicators out there that, are going to show a. High level of. Valuation, and the question is. Whether you find an indicator. And say there it is or not and that's really the question there's no question look, let's, be very clear the market is not cheap the market is not undervalue The. Market is not. On, the bargain counter none. None of those things this. Market has more than quadrupled It certainly has reflected a very significant increase in corporate earnings, power and, it's going. To be in the process going forward of trying to reflect Federal. Reserve monetary policy inflation expectations interest rates all of those key, variables are going, to, be on the table you're. Welcome to. Join. Us on the toll free line one eight hundred. Nine three four twenty. To twenty one it's money.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"They absolutely were security minded voters but were also concerned about trade and jobs and taxes and government overreach and. The president basically he was this blue collar billionaire that motivated the working. Class in America to come back out and vote now the midterms you only get. Eight Eighty eighty ninety million voters usually come, out in the, midterms so this sixty three million Trump voters who came out in twenty sixteen that if they feel the president, is being unfairly attacked, or his. Policies are being stopped by. The Democrats they'll come back out again in our time yesterday in a. National survey the generic ballot the Republicans to the. Democrats were tied at forty four percent and the Republican voters overwhelmingly support the president's policies but the toll percent that's undecided. They're really up for grabs and, the Republicans in congress needs to really mo- move the president's agenda there's a. Lot, of things, going on this week They did vote on ice they said the Democrats, you you you Democrats we want to get rid of, abuse immigration and. Customs enforcement act that tracks down NS thirteen. In other criminals in the United States let's make you vote on that and they made. The vote on that the Republicans wasn't getting much news in. The mainstream media but the Republicans stood up in this stood up for enforcing the immigration wasn't Democrats thin and it's things like, that that will get our vote back out and, and make it affective if if they if they want to turn this, into a referendum, on the president will turn it into a referendum, on the issues that he's popular on whether it's worked there, upholding the laws protecting, the country. Our national security so the. Democrats that's that strategy could backfire and that's why a lot of people. Said that blue way they felt Wisconsin is Evaporating.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on KNSS

"Says news now i'm amy webb california democrats snub longtime icon of their party fox is jim mckay explains when it comes to the mid term elections in the two thousand eighteen senate race in california democrats in the state are choosing to endorse state senator kevin de leon over dianne feinstein a clear sign the democrats are looking for a change in the state and they're looking to move more to the left feinstein has been serving that seat since nineteen ninetytwo it's not clear though how much weight the state party endorsement will hold feinstein won the democratic primary in june finishing in first with forty four percent of the overall vote compared to delhi owns twelve percent jim mckay fox news to people were sought late thursday afternoon in north to across the street from evergreen park officer charlie davidson says police found shell casings and blood in a parking lot north of twenty fifth arkansas' the male and the female had arrived on our cans purpose in a red suv agreeing to purchase methamphetamine a silver suv arrived in the parking lot and met with the victims during this preplanned drug transaction a disturbance ensued and multiple shots were fired the shooting victims were found a couple blocks away in the twenty six hundred block north jackson a thirty year old woman suffered bullet graze wounds to both of her legs and a twenty eight year old man have bullet fragment injuries to his face upon released from the hospital the man who had been shot was arrested and booked into jail on an illegal weapons charge because he was in possession of brass knuckles the amount of water being released into the lower missouri river oh likely remain above normal throughout the summer and fall to reduce the amount of water held in reservoirs along the river the us army corps of engineers increased the amount of water being released from gavin points dam on the nebraska south dakota border in late jin because more spring rain and more snow fell in the mountains officials expect the amount of water in the missouri river this year will be one hundred fifty seven percent of normal the releases are expected to remain near sixty thousand cubic feet per second through the summer but they may be adjusted in response to downstream flood concerns roughly twenty five percent of the flood storage space and the rivers reservoirs remains available the missouri river makes up kansas northeast border running from northwest white cloud to kansas city rodney price cayenne s s news we'll be in the mid nineties for the afternoon with some clouds and a slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm mid seventy s overnight with a shower or thunderstorm possible for monday we'll start a.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The same old stuff the winner forty sos stop jackson do things right and journeys fans around fred but i was surprised it was forty four percent same old stuff be thirty eight percent no it's a smart move by taxing eleven present they're gonna just to sell tickets see i write these things at night i don't know why i wrote it's gonna kill the tank jab seven percent we'll get back on that jesse yeah go ahead man that's a lot of money to spend on some surgery surgically repaired knees in levin and and jabari parker right fred i mean that's a lot of money to spend two guys who maybe combine they've got to good news i don't know parker he's a good kid but i i hope he has aim two years thirty million instead of forty million but maybe they had the money to spend we keep hearing no the one thing we forget and i was watching the same game how he got thrown out on the basis yesterday when he over sled over split you're right but if you want to get to that third base coach stop you know i i need to listen back to it and maybe you guys can play the video it's it's on the website i put up a video of him talking about his little jaunt around the bases and he almost confused me almost like who's on first routine because he's he does have a strategy about that third base coach freddie did say something to this effect and i gotta listen to it again i pick up the third base coach then i look back where i look back then i pick up the third he has a strategy to it and i you know i don't know it's working that's all i can tell you we'll replay in a moment they're the only thing is yes and you know i tweeted out earlier this week does play where i was in happe scored from first and on something similar was there was an error somewhere right he didn't look back never from the heat from the time he took off he looked at the third base coach going to second going from second to third from third to homey was he's he never wants look back at the ball and you are it's proving your faster if you don't look back you can't get fast hey hayward last week look four times between dirt and four times third home what are you looking for you're going home just go home i gotta tell you i in you guys have heard me say this and i moved into the camp where i will take the good and the bad with hobby i i don't want to say it this way but he's almost above criticism from me because i've been an theo is accused me of this i've been i've done so many one eighties on him i've gotten spinning around on him i've been critical about his swinging but critical about things like that out of the box looking back forget it take the good with the bat and just enjoy it because you know some of the times it's like the deeks speaking things now he made a mistake defensively in san francisco right i thought he was trying to go to hansen the runner to go home that's what i saw yeah and and and and answer was safe that was big plate but then he does things like last night and he and he saved so it all works out in the end and center taining health now fred and i can argue about this forever never agree willie mays never looked at the third base coach people lasted nadan a week or two ago or whenever when it know this guy base running baya's reminds me a willie mays and i had fred that went back and forth we're not gonna do it again jesse but about two hours ago and i did say you know what maybe is the one guy out of a hundred you know that you allowed to do this you agree with jesse jesse just said no i know i know and also said you know what maybe it's faster for him now he knows he might know here it is he might know better than the third base coach his speed his second gear is gonna kick in he might know.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"And passengers and workers alike died in things like collisions derailments bridge collapses and boiler explosions it was particularly dangerous for the workers with one of the most common sources of injury being the process of coupling and decoupling train cars the cars were connected using these lincoln pin couplers and you had to physically get inbetween to train cars to connect them or d connect them from each other forty four percent of on the job injuries for railway or railroad workers during this time happened during coupling and decoupling cars the industry was so dangerous that manufacturers of wheelchairs crutches and prosthetic limbs advertise specifically to railroad workers and railway surgeon became its own profession with its own professional organizations and its own medical journals really surgeons were usually general practitioners who also performed surgeries and amputations and as the industry grew they provided both routine and emergency care to railway workers as well as to passengers who became ill or injured so at first the railroad started employing doctors because the crews that were building new railroad lines were way out in remote inaccessible territory so the railroad needed to have its own medical staff on hand rather than expecting there to be a doctor anywhere nearby to come help in an emergency but over time this blossomed into an entire medical systems sometimes funded by.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"To date amazon of forty four percent those are the names that are performing and what happens is you know is is the essence p five hundred is weighted based on market cap and so as those companies get bigger right and money goes into index funds goes index funds by more and more of the same stocks and that having sort of this vicious circle producing great performance for growing just came back from orlando and was that the melan insight twenty eighteen event talking to a lot of financial advisers and so on and that came up often they you know talking about those fangs docs and they've got to be in those various index funds were managers has to buy it and it just continues kind of the momentum play that is out there hey thing i wanted to ask about i was curious i'm sure you saw warren buffett and jamie dominant j p morgan talking about not liking essentially earnings guidance and i'm just curious as an investor is an important part of your evaluation of an investment yeah they particularly don't like quarterly guy correct and thought we would agree with them very much that the market is too focused on the short term it's one of the mottoes of our firm slow and steady wins the race it's one of our investment philosophies that if you can invest in companies with a great long term outlook who have some kind of short term problem then you can sometimes find some great values we don't wanna take this too far there are some companies that withdraw guidance completely and we think that's not helpful it's not helpful if investors don't understand the outlook for a company frankly it tends to mean that they will pay less for that company stock right he took about some of the names that you do like and i know kkr's on that list it's interesting because we were talking with our jason kelly a bloomberg news who covers the private equity guys we were talking specifically about george roberts the coceo they're one of the co founders of the firm of course what he's doing in terms of his charity work it has made a lot of money but it's interesting they type of charities invests in he kind of looks at them similarly in the way the companies he invests in so he's looking for things that we'll have.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Blue as of yesterday the democrat party is forty four percent the declined to state is twenty five point four percent and the republicans are twenty five point one percent in other words the california republican party is now the third party in the state of california so for for a republican to do well in the primary we'd have to have every republican voter rally rally around one candidate you'd have to get a the lion's share of the declined to states voting for that one candidate and then you're you're going to have to hope the democrats don't show up at the polls that's correct and of course declined to state had an torius who you low voter turnout in primaries because they're declined to state and they don't like either party they don't vote we also know from a poll that was just taken and reported on yesterday that millennials those thirty four and under will have it almost negligible under ten percent voter turn out as opposed to those sixty five and over that are going to have a close to forty five percent turn out so i i wanna be hopeful i love this state i was born here i've lived the majority of my life here i've same thing with you and so many of our listeners but it's just become such a crazy liberal state is there any hope.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Forty four percent oppose it governor murphy has counted on sales of recreational marijuana to fund his costly progressive agenda meanwhile there is a new survey that shows the legal cannabis industry could reach sales of seventy five billion dollars by twenty thirty for perspective that's almost as much money generated from the sales of soft drinks president trump's promised to use the military to secure the us mexico border is not a new concept it's something the us has done in the past for varying reasons throughout the history of the borderlands the military or are militias have been dispatched to keep slaves from fleeing remove native americans from ancestral lands and suppressed mexican american revolt stemming from discrimination adequately protecting the jersey shore from future storms and rising sea levels would be best achieved through a regional approach not town by town legislation proponents hope we'll see some action in a new administration has been revived the measure creates a nineteen member new jersey coastal commission to be the overarching thority on major shore protection projects and decisions david cutler with new jersey future says this is the right idea because natural hazards don't respect municipal boundaries also a coordinated individual or local level which sponsors tend to resolve pursuing an adverse impacts this regional approach proposal has stalled a couple of times over the past several years kutner thinks a new governor and more awareness of the impact of climate change could turn things around this time dino flam me on new jersey one zero one point five news jerseys first news five eleven may be the biggest eyesore in new jersey but the american dream monstrosity is still scheduled to open march of next year it's been construction for more than a decade of the meadowlands now after a four hundred million dollar investment it appears to be back on track i to open on site will be a theme park waterpark and an indoor ski slope if you've got unused toys r us gift cards bed bath and beyond will give you something for them the chain announcing if you have at least twenty bucks on your card they'll give you a few cents on the dollar but you only have until midnight tonight to redeem them and you have to do it in person jersey's first news five twelve there is more snow on the way could start falling as early as tomorrow and will have that and a recap.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Morning and got the doors and i'm gonna lose money i know and five percent inability found employment we talked about the downturn especially nowadays remember we had a story monticello go but they're talking about now people are actually going to the small businesses because they won't enough because they have to which i thought was pretty cool too so seventy percent seventy percent were married when they lost their first business that's interesting that is an interesting one yeah well you know it's probably the lemon very telling him to their courage of the man you know you should do that yeah of course smart mercy last one that says children's six at least one child or they lobster first business and forty four percent had two or more i believe that actually truthfully i think a lot of people i've ever talked to with the entrepreneurship had been young moms that oh yes they were yeah they were say at home or they had this brilliant idea because of something they were missing for their kids and they're like xactly and it's something that couldn't find anywhere else so they just developed the development done a wonderful job with that but they did not marketed or whatever you know different things like that and that's where other people that's where you have to allow people you go to your friends how did you do this it's like those little squeeze packs with those kids now on the go like applesauce and all that stuff i'm like what genius came up with that cups now the head of the the the fruit and top and in the drink below i know that's what i mean i'm like i wanna shake their hand for that one drink all right we'll be right back this.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on WEEI

"I'm not lying about that one of my favorite parts is going to the claiming there is more to gronk the meets the ac yeah i don't blame him at all for i don't blame him at all for if you wanted to step out i don't blame it all specially chris because you look at that story we're looking at stored in the globe and this is not a lot of new like oh my goodness i can't it's a series a concussion series and there was nothing new in the last one but now i guess they get the last one was just is forty four percent of the patriots pass patriots super bowl team members were involved in this concussion ct lawsuit against the nfl so that's was last week so it kind of just set up this week so i haven't had a chance to really focus is on stanley morgan running la pet which is you know two guys i grew up watching my oh my goodness i can't believe these guys are saying are thinking about suicide going on the record and saying you know i think about suicide and i have to sit in my room all the time like all the things that we've heard from these other guys but if you're grunk and you're reading a story like that forget about like you know whether or not you have your kid play football greg how he plays in how he will continue to play he's be stupid not to think about like is this the best thing for my life twentyseven or not and the knee injuries in the back injuries i don't completely throw those out either i know they're not the kind of injuries that will have you thinking about suicide or have you not being able to recognize your grandkids in thirty years but it's still surgeries it's still trauma on the body it's still something you have to deal with what do you think if if gronk said this came out and said hey i'm retiring and it's just because number one like you said i'm beat up but also i'm worried about what's going to happen to me and do you think that people around here but you.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"For a th the character playing me as a child and and and and that is going to have to be very very very delicate benefits so a again it's not really a thing of morning rain or system mourning there's a law and so forth but i know it will be at times are very very emotional but i i and i don't think again emotional on some of the gratuitous seems because one thing i did deliberately i started working on the screenplay is is you make what i call cover note okay here's the umbrella you're not going to show any violence it's gonna be pg thirteen when i was a without hollywood actress where it will be the subject came update how can you film it i said that you don't film you take it all the equation what do you mean us said cycle what do you mean how many times did you see that girl stabbed in a shower psycho actresses forty four percent says no 42 dave zero what you never saw her get staffed eight never so we can work around that those little moments but i think in but what we are going to show it's like when my character you know a flying through the air like like we did in the book with the red cape in the background to disassociate and and live in a panic street world eddie feel safe and we're gonna show uh when my arm was byrne a on a gas stove afterwards howard raise my arm and says i will always be the best i can for as long as i can i'm not going to quit goes are you know those beautiful beautiful moments i think but we'll have to see 'cause i with children my fire captain.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Joining us y'all used a composition continues at people keeping an eye or the figures prove that could not as a fifty four percent raila odinga is at forty four percent news days alan kosuge there with his guest chris manga in nairobi following closely as these votes are being counted indicating elections i wish brings from news that just broken on the news wires from france frost full radio reports that french soldiers have been hit by a vehicle in the paris suburb of a live while of several reported to be injured at the moment the police authority and paris has reportedly say that a security operation is underway in the area and says it is quote looking for a vehicle that's all we have at the moment will bring you more through well as we get it and through the day as well if that story turns out to be a major one it's thirteen minutes past the hour to a big story this morning in the fiery language that we used to hearing from north korea that particular rhetoric you may remember not long ago they were for example threatening to drowned south south korea in a sea of fire will fight fire with fire seems to be the american response president donald trump when told of the latest news about the north's nuclear program had this to say best make anymore arrest in the united states they will remember with fire and fury life the world has never seen he has been very wrath we are a normal state as i said they won't be met with fire fury and frankly power the likes of which this world has never see before all the trigger was the us intelligence judgement that they north has managed to produce a miniature nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles it confirmed this would mean pyongyang is developing nuclear weapons capable of striking american soil at a much faster rate than expected and now the north says it is looking at how to hit.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The dollar republicans andrew with steve bannon who wants to raise the the raise taxes on millionaires from from thirty nine percent to forty four percent now let me just tell you something do the billionaires cair do new money cares millionaires don't care sucker berg doesn't care trump doesn't care none of the people none of the people who actually have lots of money new money does new money does because they have air i still think he care i don't care if your money on it it's five percent of a billiondollar uses aligned he'll way yes you'll live to find a way around it you'll uses find a way round it you'll get paid in other ways it'll go to trust funds italy you king error yes you do but you'll find away those that group will find a way to save hundreds of millions of dollars i guarantee it so it's nothing but a show you don't take somebody who has a right to take forty four percent of your money forty four percent of what you earn and that's not including what they'll be paying and social security all the way doesn't include what they're paying in in other taxes their state taxes forty four percent in one tax to the federal government in some moral absolutely immoral and if you ask people what is fair on the street and you tell them hey should they have to pay forty four and you know another 12 should they have to pay sixty percent of their saw everybody says no that's outrageous it was a great example of this yesterday with debra messing the actress who saw the story of steve bannon wants a 44 percent tax on on on the wealthy and she wrote this this disgusting because she as an idiot thought he was lowering the rate to 44 percent because she's a moron she thought it was forty four percent and that was lowering it she did realize it was raising it on my gosh all right now this i wanna tell you about antonio antonio got onto real estate agents i trust odd com and within the week he met his agent that we can antonio's agent.

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"forty four percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"forty four percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Pushing for a forty four percent marginal tax rate on the very bridge seconds storage seen on this in a couple of days where it seems like the administration is going all right we got to get the middle tax middle class tax cuts but the only we can justify the middle class tax cuts as if we raise taxes severely on the rich that'll be interesting to see where that goes and whether they could get that through a republican congress whether they could get to raise the the the rate the highest rate to 44 percent that would be a good indication as to where the republican party is to you at a level of of what the where where i'd million that brac brad alien is what he's talking about five billion so wouldbe be for example the highest rate it would be wherever it is right now which is what is the highest rate now four hundred five hundred thousand something like that is were would kick in this would kick in a apparently a five million soldiers about that here in little bit plus will tell you about the minneapolis merle candidate who is proposing disarming police taking the guns away and the president and the transgender tweet yesterday and more plus your calls in comments eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye agonised he representatives told members of the house committee their thoughts on the north american free trade agreement door nafta nafta has been a guy god send for us poultry that with kevin brash with the us poultry and egg export council witnesses thomas hammer of the national oil seat processes association and kendall frazier abbey national cattlemen's beef association had similar messages do no harm to our current excellent export positions in mexico and canada please do no harm arm and do not jeopardize our access firmer thicker terry tom.

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