35 Burst results for "Fourteen Percent"
Snowflake's Stock Price Soars in IPO
"Welcome to pass money a blockbuster debut for the biggest. IPO. Of the year cloud companies snowflake pricing. It's public offering at one hundred, twenty dollars a share closing at two hundred and fifty three dollars a share that is a gain of one hundred and eleven percent. But this isn't the first time. We've seen a monster move in public debut. Let's get to Bop Bassani with more on that Bob. Hello Melissa see you. So you think snowflake over one hundred percent of its first day is a big deal. Not really there's been plenty of companies that have had I ate POPs bigger than that this year loan and they include just take a look here. Biotech firm cure back was up two hundred and forty percent on its first day of trading software as a service firm big commerce up to one hundred percent biotech firm. Berkeley light of nearly two hundred cloud company and Seino up one hundred, ninety, six, percent insurance fintech firm lemonade up. Thirty nine percent on their first day of trading what they have in common is there either tech or biotech firms are they outliers marginally but the first day pop for IPO's this year is notably higher than usual. So the historic first they pop for an IPO usually about fourteen percent. That's. Historically but not this year the average I stay pop in two, thousand, twenty, thirty, six, percent. What's going on? It's not stocks are cheap. The multiple of tech stocks are historically high people are willing to pay more protect because there's just a higher degree of risk appetite out there, and if you're suddenly inspired to start buying these high flying IPO. Cautious. About this look after the first day the post first day returns of other high fliers is not encouraging. So there's been eleven IPO's this year that have popped more than one hundred percent. On the first day they have average a minus, one percent return from the first day closed forward. So be very careful Melissa here big pop on the first day for some of these. But after that very difficult to maintain continued momentum most about you bob thank you good to see you Bob Cassani and who is holding the bag in the aftermarket when these Ip has declined from the first day pop guy probably the retail investor this has been the story of the issue markets. Began though and it continues today. So. You wonder why people get exercise when they see things like this is exactly that I mean I'll say it I'm not. I'm not a banker I never was a banker and I'm sure to upset some people by saying this but. There's no way to put it other than the fact that this was completely misplaced. Now I'm sure the great bankers are J. P. Morgan and Goldman and whoever a city I think was on this deal and company will say, no, we price it right. You can't tell me that a company that has a seventy billion dollar market CAP, which was open it you know price at one twenty and tripled almost in price and had to be halted its some point today for price volatility was priced right and the people watching saying, how is this not a game I? Get it it it upsets me as well but that's the way the business works in that to me is problematic mill. Why does it upset me? WHAT'S THE PROBLEM Tim i? Think they thought it was valued at something investors in the market. Thought it was something else I mean that's the way the markets work right? Again, though it's it's it's terrible price discovery because you have some sense and bankers WANNA price and the companies want a price that deal that leaves him upside for investors but but to be clear this is three times more at least the guide from last week and so the the question really is, how can they be so far off environment where we know people are paying almost anything for growth and actually wear and cloud services but but ultimately, I think the real question is who gets access to this. IPO and the thing that's troubling is that this is not a fair game. And the allocation process is one that makes sense that there are plenty of opportunities for people who did not deserve big allocations to get them and I realized this ultimately. The dynamic of a company. First of all will say I want a certain institutional investor base on my cap stack and those are the people. I want my deal. I. Don't want certain people. Read investors typically are not the group that companies want There's a perception that they're going to be in their flipping those stocks faster. The reality is that there's a lot of hedge funds. They'd probably flip this thing aggressively today. So again to me, my issue is with the allocation process and that it's not. It's it's not a fair process maybe it's not supposed to be asked the bankers that because I think that's what this comes down to to be fair. There are some companies that actually say in the allocation that they want a certain amount to go to retail trading firms like a td Ameritrade for those firms. So then Dole out to retail investors but gosh, I think to brings up a good point in terms of the average per se popping thirty six percent this year that really shows you what this market is these days the search for growth and what investors are willing to pay for that growth. Yeah, and also you got to you have to factor in we're in a different environment. So the offering price is different than the opening price, and all of that is based on interactions with institutions trying to figure out supply demand while everyone is filming from podcast or from an ipad in their home. So it's very different than last year. Very different. The whole IPO process having said that it really speaks to the reach for growth. So, if you have the price action that we saw today. Think about it. It's Tim said you want to have if you're coming out as a public company, you WanNa, put your stock in institutions hands where they're less likely to flip out of that stock on the day of the. IPO. And that's where the whole system. Might be flawed, but it's worked this way for a tremendous amount of time, and there's always going to be a problem with any system anywhere.
The Future Of IVF with Dr. Zaher Merhi
"So My name is Dr Marie? Reproductive endocrinology further specialist. My is in Manhattan on Columbus Circle. The practice is called new hope for not center I. Am a father of two boys. Ryan is fifteen years old going through puberty and Adam is eleven years old and I love my boys and my dot com will be he's my favorite history years old any sleeps with me every night I literally feel like we're just gonNA continue a sentence from from before. So we were talking about all your. Treatments in all the different things that you can experience while you're having your IV thing that sounds like somewhat not want to call it a SPA treatment but there it just sounds. Nice. Amazing this it is treated. You know it's funny to warding job honestly, and I really love my job and a lot of time I get attached to my patients because you're helping them have a baby and you know I get Christmas cards every year and saying, Oh thank you give me a baby. What kind of you know it's it's really happiness I cannot explain and actually they send pictures of the kids and the children and I put them on the wall and my house. So I have a wall full of pictures of the baby, the baby's. Saying So let's go back because I. think part of this conversation was really like I the F. One. Oh one if you've ever been curious if you've ever thought about it if you've ever been, you know sort of confused about what it entailed. We really covered all the details. So those of you listening who are still curious about that providence to go listen to part one of this conversation part two is going to be more of like you. I mean, you're just so knowledge what everything. More of the cutting edge stuff because I think that that's really what your outfit specializes in and is so prized for is that you really are on this cutting edge of what does it mean to be able to bring Tila to a challenging situations and to do it in a really as noninvasive way as possible, which is actually fascinating Lee sometimes with better results. So I guess we got cut off at noninvasive chromosomal screening is that right? Am I like looking at this? Okay. Then noninvasive chromosomes screening our next is the following. Let's say Daphne has three boys and now she wants to have a car. And now she comes to my office and tell me Dr Marie I WanNa have a boy now are we gonNa do is we're going to do something called IVF. We suck the ads at your husband's sperm, and then we make embryos right sperm and egg may can embryo it takes down a week to make an embryo Now, a days in the last few years more and more centers are testing the embryos not just for the gender also chromosomal screening. You don't want to worry about having a down syndrome baby and then I'm Houston later on or have a miscarriage and then was centers. Do they take a piece of your embryo and then freeze the embryo and test this piece for the chromosome because it's coming from the embryo? We don't do that with the Knicks are noninvasive chromosome screening. We take the fluid at your embryo where it's growing. Just. A fluid water and with that fluid for the end without taking off your angrier. We're only has this technology and I can tell you a lot of people come to us because they were like you know I don't know if the biopsy off Ambrose rain debut and I don't want south sticking out of my my future baby you know they can out to be tested. So that's that's the knicks or none of his of chromosomes I can tell you I love it because it doesn't put on your embryo if you see how an embassy biopsies down the stretch like this and the Pum, a piece of snaps out. It's a little bit aggressive. So the next I think presents a lot of things and then you can also for tomorrow and you can have your boy if you want just journalists election. Yeah. Fascinating because the the a when it's growing remember we put it in a culture dish and over the week after we had the sperm and egg over the growth of. The DNA is thrown in that fluid. So that's how we do it. So that's I think is cutting edge technology reverted proud to have it at new hope fertility center. Why is it only you guys that have this technology you know other centers have done it for research and stuff, but I did not get a good result when we started this technology. I can tell you my secret sauce by the way to have fun. Waiting. But before we offered the to patients, you have to test it. Right. You have to do on the same embryo both technologies the old one and the fluid L. We got ninety nine point nine percent correlation other places they got sixty, eighty percent Max, and so it's the the lab hasn't really got the as good results if I wanNA, say that's Why it's not. So we have great technology. We have great lab, and that's why we have a thousand nine point nine percent correlation between both understood and has a nice. So we talked before about the Needle Free Ivf, we're you take pills instead of injections, correct pills and patches and everything. Correct. There's no patches. This fills by mouth by GINA NASAL spray. Spray interesting correct. Is it just as effective show? We have to be very careful because if someone is young and they have a lot of eggs, it's not it's less effective. Why because? The shots are more aggressive food for the eggs and younger patients have lot of eggs to feed. So they need more food. So the pills is not enough they need addition to shots but women thirty five years, and above it's as effective as the old conventional where patients plenty of shots That's so interesting and I told you I have a patient and Amazon me she wants to talk about experience about the. Home Ivf because she get, we sent to the house no shots just spilt and nasal spray and that we got a lot of eggs as she made four embryos and that's that's a lot I mean it's this is favor good. So yeah it's effective and then how long can you freeze embryos for twenty five years? So it's good and bad guy, and this is great question. Let me tell you why it's good and. It's bad. It's good because nowadays, some countries by some doctors are struggling with Beijing let's say you come to me ten years ago you've eggs and you at forty now you come to me after ten years. Now you're fifty years old and you. WanNa get pregnant with my own exodus froze ten years ago. Some doctors have issues with that because now they think well, what if something happens to you now you have diabetes and you know so we're GonNa be stuck in situations where actually have a patient I was doing a patient from Norway she froze her ex in Copenhagen ten fifteen years ago. Now she's fifty one and they said we cannot use your eggs because getting you're pregnant at this age is dangerous. But, that exactly so I mean I love the fact that twenty five years but also. Having Siblings Twenty five years apart. This we it. Let's say you do IV after they get pregnant and twenty five years. Oh, my my my brother is. So. There's a lot of things but last last part which is. The great thing about freezing for twenty five years is that there is a lot of abandoned embryos what am I gonNa do with them right. I mean some clinics in this country has adult fourteen percent of the embryos abandoned coupled who left Leftover Embryos And are gone and they're not being the freezing fees because they finish this they finished family. So that's why when you go back to the conventional idea when you tell me, I get tons of eggs but guess what kinds of embryos to that you're GonNa be stuck with for live. So I won't vicious the thing that, yes home ivf or gentle IVF or neither free IVF. It's good effective at your to be stuck situation where you're going to be freezing fees for twenty five years for embryos that you might not need. Right. A lot of my consultations are bishops will finish their family and they just WanNa talk to me about what to do that embryo and I don't know what to say, what are the different options, throw it out, give it to another couple or give it twenty such but
One Strange NBA Lottery, and What We Learned and Laughed About
"Let's start with a little draft lottery reacts from your draft, lottery experts no dogs no. Timber Wolves won the number one pick in the twenty twenty NBA draft last night after winning the League's annual draft lottery many entered the night with a fourteen percent chance of moving up to number one the same odds as the warriors and the cavs for best in the League. Best chance at that. So here's the full lottery breakdown for you guys at Number One, the wolves to warriors three Hornets four, bulls trae. Hawk six. Seven Pistons Eight Knicks Hilarious. Nine. Wizards. Ten Sons, Eleven Spurs twelve kings thirteen Pelicans and the fourteenth pick in the lorry goes to the Celtics by way of the Grizzlies. So the big winners yeah. Besides the wolves were those two teams that made significant jumps, you had MJ's Hornets moving up to eighth and trays bowls moving up from the seventh position. All the way up to number four congratulations to you is that a win in your books you'll love to see it. Somehow the Bulls aren't drafting seven I don't even remember what that's like what a summer for the Bulls Boylan, his gone second place in horse and now the fourth. Everything's turning up for Chicago I'm. Thrilled
Get ready for this wide-open NBA draft lottery
"As the NBA playoffs continue in their first round inside the Orlando bubble, there's another event happening on Thursday that will especially excite the teams that aren't there the NBA draft lottery like every year ping pong balls will decide the fate of fourteen teams fighting for the chance at a franchise changing player. The chance at the topic is based on how bad each team was last season. The Golden State Warriors have played in the last five straight NBA finals before this. Year. But finished with the worst record. This season there tied with the best chance at the top pick fourteen percent the other teams with those same odds, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Minnesota
How Harry Styles' ‘Watermelon Sugar’ Became His First No. 1 Single on the Hot 100
"Harry styles scores his first number one on the hot one, hundred as his single. Server searches from number seven to number one out as the hot one hundred is comprised of airplay sales and streaming data. Let's take a closer look at the songs gains in those respective areas. It climbs three two on the all format radio songs chart with eight percent gain in audience. It flies nine to one on the digital song sales chart with a six hundred and fourteen percent gain to sixty three, thousand copies sold, and it rises twenty nine to eighteen on the streaming songs chart with a one percent gain to fourteen point two million streams there was a bevy of promotion last week that kicked into high gear in support of the single I think fans and probably Harry's label knew that this was their chance probably to get to the song number, one Harry released three physical. Singles and his web store each of them came with a digital download of the song and that counted towards sales for the week his single with sale price for sixty nine cents at all major retailers, and there was even a couple of new videos for the song that were released as well. A one I think was like like a tour visual, which I think people thought would be like the visual that would have been behind him if he were on tour. And there was I, think I wanNA say like a behind the scenes video to there is clearly a whole heck of a lot of promotion around the song last week. Yeah of lot going in because as you said, this was kind of the. Time to strike while the iron is hot. There's so much of the mental behind the song Harry of course, is the second member of one direction till end a number one on the hot one, hundred following Zane with pillow talk back in twenty sixteen. So Keith let's take a minute and talk about how watermelon sugar became his first number one single. Besides besides obviously, the things that we just laid out in terms of the airplay streams in in sales obviously because that was a huge driver last week, but it couldn't have got to number one without sort of hit in the first place is kind of overseeing sorry to. Interrupt. You know it's I. I was looking up this morning when this song actually came out Harry styles debuted watermelon sugar on Saturday night live on November sixteenth. Twenty. Nineteen. To give some perspective of what was going on. It it was released to the same weekend as the Charlie's angels. reboot. that. Feels like a million years ago. You look at this as an airplay hit. First of all, adore you which peaked at number six on hot one hundred still in the top twenty by the way. It seems to me that a door you really kind of opened the door for Harry at pop. Radio. Way And following a door you and success which hit number two on the radio songs chart legacy number six in the high one hundred. Sugar which had been around a while just started surging. As the latest single from fine. Line. Sugar debuted on the radio songs chart in mid June and then has jumped all the way to number two this week. And then as you know, this is the third week in a row that both watermelon sugar and adore you are in the top five at Rio songs. And I you know I think what we're saying is I think what we're saying Jason is that Harry Styles is incredibly popular on the radio this entire year which. Is Not entirely expected, but no a pleasant surprise. It's awesome. These songs have been huge on pop radio and I just anecdotally I hear them all the time and I have for months especially adore you and now more. So watermelon sugar anyway key. Yeah I've been writing a lot about song of the summer. We talked about it a lot. and. I think that's part of the reason why watermelon sugar has done so well, is that the timing really worked out they released the video in May and it's just become this big summer song by the way climbs thirteen to eight on the latest songs in the summer. Chart. It's making a last minute run for the crown. But I I mean two babies Rockstar has been number one for seven weeks. So I that seems unlikely to me seems unlikely. But yeah, it does seem like I mean especially when you pair it with the video, which is you know very bitchy and summary and it's breaking at just the right time to it's just firing on all cylinders seems like. Yeah and then meanwhile you have this artists in the middle of this storm that is you know a has. A total one, hundred percent approval rating just in terms of how adored he is no pun intended. He's obviously like has this hard to define cool factor. You know he's basically been letting the music do the talking, and now this is another huge accomplishment for
SRM The Talk Of Crypto
"Talk of the town at the moment crypto anyway has certainly been the FT xt five project listed cold serum s. e, U. M. S. Ram on the Tonkin listening and Yet listed in its sitting a dollar forty five at the moment it listed at fourteen cents. Can you believe it now did shoot up pretty damn quick. So yet be join the spot to get your order Philip Fourteen cents but that's a straight up Tannock's wrought. They're so good money was might have not by many that will working on that it was a light not eleven thirty PM and their Todd. Dip I'm togs look fivethirtyeight Duma walk but I feel Good money was mine. and. That's what we do. We make money we focus on what we know and we stick to it and we tried and we do. Well, that's the goal anyway, and of course, the rest of the market while we saw a bit of a sad sack face on the old bitcoin loss, not of course, before we get to Bitcoin on one of the touch on a gold and the reason wanted to touch on gulled. Is quite simply because it kind of a very large amount lost not. You know we fell five point six percent on goal and Bitcoin felt the same time. Now, what does that mean like correlation was a don't really know we did see the the Dow come off a little bit. It's a tiny bit the S. and P. as well. Two things I'm just looking to save as any correlation. In, and around they silver also came off i. a staggering fourteen percent is right there in the criminals are now it's a, it's a pullback resigns. So we'll. We say bitcoin bounce. Let's have a look at it and I'll tell you what I'm saying. Because Yeah. We currently down four point, seven percent on Bitcoin. Now, we still well and truly in the cradles this is my major issues. We've had a very strong Ron bitcoin still sitting above eleven thousand for that. Ungrateful. Was Sitting at eleven thousand, three, hundred, fifty, two dollars I said wrought. Now we've got the clothes coming up in about an hour or so. From. When you got a hold of this first up in the morning, if that's you and you know it's it's it could be an opportunity on whiting to say what Bitcoin does not looking for any trades on bitcoin right now but it is certainly has had that little little pullback a theory of down now five percent three, hundred, seventy, six dollars, and twenty seven cents guy that consolidation continues as does very similarly to Bitcoin we are in and around that cradle four hundred also k. mock on theory at the mine off the white and say what goes on once again on not really. Looking for any particular trades road now I'm more sort of looking at it. From the point of we're to break down sort this consolidation and we're gonNA break up
Dr. J. Mario Molina Discusses Medicaid Program Financing in Light of the On-Going COVID-19 Pandemic
"On background, the ongoing Kobe nineteen pandemic has caused the worst unemployment rates since the Great Depression. Since Medicaid and the economy are negatively correlated when one's up the others down. Recent Kaiser family. Foundation study concluded that by January, seventeen million people could be newly eligible for the Medicaid. Program that would represent a twenty four percent increase in current program participation. As state. Which Medicaid funding is typically the second largest state expense after education they've cratered largely since two thirds of state income is generated via income and sales taxes. One month ago, the C. P. P. estimated states that are required to bounce their budgets. Each year are looking at revenue shortfalls totally accumulative five, hundred, fifty, five, billion dollars over fiscal years twenty through twenty two. In an effort to short state Medicaid programs and mitigate the economic fall back fall out in mid-march. The congress increased the federal government's Medicaid match termed eth- map by six point two percent in late. May The house further up the match to fourteen percent under the Heroes Act. The here act would also provide more than one train to state and local governments including nine, hundred, fifty, billion flexible aid. The Senate Majority leader however failed to refuse to take the house bill. As of today, it appears the presence executive steps taken Saturday to address four non healthcare. Related issues has caused Congress to journey until September seventeenth that is another code relief package will at best not be considered until late that month. With Megan and discussed the pandemics effects on the Medicaid. Program is Dr. Mario. Molina. So that document as a somewhat lengthy background introduction, let me begin by asking you generally what's your assessment? Of the Kobe nineteen pandemic effect on the Medicaid population I asked particularly in context of the fact that Medicaid is largely responsible for covering long term care facility a healthcare, and we've seen of course disproportion effect on long-term facility residents. I think that Medicaid patients are going to be disproportionately affected for a couple of reasons as Medicaid, the biggest pair of long-term care in the country. and clearly those patients have been hard hit. But we're also seeing that it disproportionately affects people who are lower income who are working as essential workers in essential businesses. Most Medicaid patients work, but they're working in low income jobs often without. Health Insurance paid for by the employer. So they are probably greater risk and we've certainly seen that black and Latino. Are More affected by. Colbert Dan. Caucasian population. Okay. Thank you. Yes. Definitely the case. Before. I ask about the Congress and state responses. Let me ask you this question. There's a lot of discussion and speculation regarding healthcare utilization. meaning that covid nineteen will will cause comparatively an increase in utilization. Interestingly enough I looked at some statistics that showed because of elective surgeries being canceled or postponed. Data showing then April. Healthcare expenditures were down almost forty percent and were still down ten percent or ten percent lower your year this past June. So this question obviously very much relates who pressure on state budget. What's your understanding of what will see relative arm balanced utilization in the Medicaid program? This year and going into next year. Well it's going to have different effects in different areas clearly, hospitalization and physician visits are down. in part because people are afraid to go to the doctor or the hospital. In. Part because Kobe has crowded patience out of elective surgeries. So those things are all down. Testing is going to be up testing expenses are up. and I think that overall you're going to see that utilization is lower in the second quarter and probably the third quarter and expected and from previous years. and I think that it's going to remain that way for a while people are still afraid to go to the doctor for many things and there is concerned that as a result, things like cancer screenings and treatments will be deferred. So we could see some pent-up demand perhaps next year but I do think that for the remainder of this year. Overall Service utilization will be lower than expected. Some areas, it'll be higher. But overall it'll be. It'll be down from previous years.
Topiramate and Adderall Reduce Cocaine Use
"We often say that single positive studies need replication and here comes one in two thousand, twelve randomized trial found that the combination of toe. Pyramid and adderall ex SAR worked better than placebo at helping people with frequent cocaine. You stay sober. This new study sought to replicate that although it was by the same research group is the original one Columbia's New York state psychiatric. Institute. The. New Edition is a larger study that looked at one hundred and twenty seven patients over three months. It was a double blind randomized placebo controlled trial that tested the combination of adderall Exeter with. Toe Pyramid, likely earlier study the treatment worked on primary measure. How many patients stayed sober for at least three weeks none achieved that on the placebo but fourteen percent did on the treatment. They were careful and conservative cardiovascular measures, and actually one in five patients had to stop the treatment due to elevated blood pressure pulse during the study. Otherwise, the treatment was well tolerated, which begs the question why not just use toe, pyramid on its own Toe Pyramid does have promising pilot studies on its own for cocaine use as does adderall on its own though that particular adderall study was in people with Adhd who used cocaine but clinically. Less risky of the to pyramid before considering the combination and it would be nice to see a study with three arms that could test out whether Toe pyramid alone is just as effective as the combination in this study. Toe. Pyramid was tight traded over six weeks to a maximum of one hundred milligrams twice a day an adderall ex SAR was titrate over two weeks to a Max of sixty milligrams per day. The authors suggested that the cardiovascular risks might have been lessened if adderall was tight traded more slowly.
LINK Crossed With BTC My Favourite
"Just had the new candles clothes orphan they. I should say five percent on yesterday closing at eleven thousand, seven, hundred, sixty, three, dollars, five percent once one knock that out the window that's the biggest move. The we've had next to the eleven point two, five percent that we saw. That's the biggest moves back on the first of June. So it's not significant ladies and gentlemen it is not insignificant at all saving and push on three bright the highs get above twelve thousand and really stop this pump moving. I was sore theory that I closing up as well to when I sent. It closed at four one the first time its theorems closed above full hundred dollars in this most recent run the I close above four hundred dollars since. Y on even know when the child I'm looking at federal shot. Now, I haven't got data that goes back that far. So it's been a while it's been a wall are also looking really you I for a two is sitting at rotten out. Superb looking knock it there on a theory just doesn't want to slow down I. WanNa see that four hour kick on a bit more. EXA Pay. Off The point four percent, the old quiet shave this one x updates sitting at thirty cents on the dealing rotten out closed just above thirty cents a guy in another market, the close above a significant level So we'll see how that goes throughout the day bitcoin cash. We'll get closed up one point seven percent as well. And? It's Five one five at the minute. So nothing too crazy out of the out of the rooms above. Madness, it's a lot cleanwater, fifty, nine bucks art we closed. Up Two point one percent yesterday. It was up two point seven, five them with sitting at two, hundred, thirty, three dollars, seventy six in what looks to be potentially the beginning of a very bullish day across the dymock it's called Donna was down point seven a little bit stock Dick Donna with hanging around that fourteen percent mark. The minute needs to do a little bit more from honest finance number two as far as liquids. So as far as moves went yesterday bitcoin being the number one bonnets to full point three percent closing at twenty three to twenty seven very nice up and shot that actually waiting pullbacks. Three dollars and seven we closed up point six today link. Well, it closed down two point six non but a tell you what I'll tell you. One thing it's looking very, very nice and if you look at Link Bitcoin, let me just check now to make sure did give me a not for its in the cradle. On the our China Link Bitcoin. China bitcoin that is one that on stoking today very very closely yesterday got filled on hominy. Hominy US Dollah Tetra. Longtime position on the daily looking quite Nas I. got a really solid move out of the candle back on the sixteenth of July and. That I was up nine point, three percent. So sitting pretty there hopefully should be just about a Ramli one to one tie. It's very I think moderate actually got the just boy visual sense to check the account. because. Look. In Arkansas you a couple of things that are really important that you're GONNA to have to learn in these next bull run. It's not gonNA come from May telling you what to do. It's GonNa come for me telling you what others done. Yet accurate member. WHO Was it back in two thousand eighteen? And this chat was A. Look to be honest with you saw two, thousand, nine, hundred, he he came to my law, of course, the two day. event. Honestly. He had a really bad attitude about writing I I really truthfully he came I got on a street is I. Don't know why because he was so maybe he was looking for help but he was looking for that inspiration a diary night but he was so insult, he was so negative about trading. He was telling me that hey, couldn't try it. He didn't think he could be tried. And The pull back I'm thinking how do you get to this point and I realize what he was doing was was trading what he was doing what he thought was trading but he was punting he was just putting away had no strategy syndicate? Will you know he's off interesting for wall of I'm not sure can be tried of lava. We'll you need some structure because I do I said Okay we'll wrought down. On a piece of pipe you strategy. Tell me what it is. Tell tell me what you're looking for. and. He said all I don't really know I feel that I am looking for certain things and what are they said things write them down. And he couldn't. They couldn't brought down anything. It couldn't even Dan one. One element of a checklist and I'm not saying that checklist of the to do it, but if you don't know you strategy. What are you doing? What are you doing? You ponting. Don't do it. You lose you will lose money you will lose money.
Eurozone economy suffers record drop during lockdown months
"The economy of the nineteen country eurozone has shrunk by a devastating twelve point one percent during the second quarter for the quarter before as coronavirus lockdowns freeze business and consumer activity France Italy and Spain reporting precipitous contractions for the coronavirus battered economies with the pandemic wiping up to years of growth in about four weeks that's a lot towns close shops factories and restaurants as an example the Spanish economy shrunk by eighteen point five percent in the April June appeared well the French economy nearly fourteen percent of Italy over twelve percent the Spanish contraction is by far the shop a slump six of the country's national agency began collecting data I'm Charles the last month
A California tribe has land to call its own for the first time in more than two centuries
"This is national news I'm Hughes Infrared Antonio Gonzales. The Navajo nation is laying off hundreds of gaming employees. The Navajo Times reports notices started going out over the weekend for more than nine hundred employees. Another one hundred forty workers will remain through this week. The nation's four casinos have been closed since March. Nearly twelve hundred employees remained on the payroll since that time gaming executive Brian Parish warns last week. Cash reserves are depleted, and the operation would not be able to sustain keeping the workers any longer. The trump administration announced the start of an effort to tackle cases of missing and murdered native people. Department of Interior and justice officials announced the opening of the missing and murdered native Americans, cold-case office in Minnesota's twin cities, it is scheduled to be the first of seven offices dedicated to reviewing some fourteen hundred unresolved native missing persons cases in the country. The efforts stems from President Trump's executive order last year in a written statement assistant secretary of Indian Affairs Tara Sweeney, said cold cases in Indian country will be addressed the determination and the understanding that the victims in these cases will be accorded some measure of dignity and compassion. Democrats on the House Natural Resources Committee are exploring a range of options for how to deal with healthcare woes that were plaguing Indian country before the pandemic hit Matt Laszlo has the story from Washington as native communities continued to face high corona virus infection rates, longstanding struggles with healthcare access are being seen under a new light under the current system. Many native American veterans are forced to leave their communities to get treatments. However, during pandemic, leaving tribal communities introduces new risks for Native Veterans Acting Chairman of the national. Indian Health Board is William Smith told lawmakers the marine bursts for travel through the Indian health services aren't workable during a pandemic in Alaska. The behind did converse Indian. Health Service. mitric anchorage to say by Dr Up there they'll pay for transportation. They won't pay very housing because they think it's. My back, but with coq nineteen going on, you can't fly out, so you have to do a drive up three hundred six miles to anchorage and out of pocket you'd have to spend the night. Smith says of the sixteen billion dollars earmarked for veterans and cove relief, only one billion was given to the native health service that's left. Native communities underfunded once again besides veterans, lawmakers are also working on the coverage for urban Indian Health Providers Act. It would make it so. So individual clinics no longer have to use their own funds to purchase liability coverage at could save some clinics up to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars annually, which some officials want to go directly to patient Care Robin Sunday Allen is Vice President of the National Council of Urban Indian health. She says tribes need any extra funds they can find now. Insurance has increased fourteen percent over the past five years so becoming increasingly more burdensome for us to carve out that money. Money that we wish could go back to direct patient care. All the coronavirus pandemic brought these health issues in Indian country to the forefront. They're persistent problems. Tribal leaders are hoping we'll finally get a permanent solution for National Native News I'm Matt Lies Low in Washington a California tribe has completed purchase of twelve hundred acres of land for four and a half million dollars. The San Jose Mercury News reports. It's the first land acquisition for the excellent tribe of Monterey. County in. In nearly two hundred fifty years, Esselin chairman Tom Little. Bear Nason told the paper. He is elated by the purchase saying the land is the tribes homeland and the origin of their creation. The mercury news reports tribal leaders expect to use the land to reinvigorate tribal culture conduct, traditional ceremonies, and inform the general public about their culture and history, the tribes, traditional culture and language were nearly wiped out by Spanish missionaries backed by the military starting in the late seventeen hundreds. With national native news I'm Art Hughes.
Teachers sue Florida governor over school reopening plan
"There's a pretty significant lawsuit in Florida over schools right now, so the largest teacher's Union in the state is suing Republican Governor Rhonda Santa's. Let's go through those details. Yeah, so they're suing for using for him. Using an emergency order to compel public schools to fully reopen next month, even as the status dealing with a massive number of covid nineteen cases, and it's pretty significant because it seems to be the first suit of this kind basically. Basically what this union is arguing is the Santa's and his administration are in violation of Florida law, saying that schools need to be safe and secure the Union court in Miami to block the governor's order, and just let schools and health departments take the reins here for their own communities when they're making these decisions as we mentioned before the current thought is that district should open for in person classes, only if they are around five percent or lower positive test rates Miami. Dade County it should be noted has been averaging about thirteen to fourteen percent recently, so that is almost triple. The maximum safety
Houston - Texas Confirms Record Number Of Coronavirus Cases And Hospitalizations
"Texas. Health officials are reporting another single day record of new covid nineteen cases Tuesday with ten, thousand, seven, hundred forty five cases and eighty seven deaths. This is third time in seven days that the state has reported at least ten thousand new corona buyers cases over two hundred, seventy, five thousand confirmed. Cases are being reported here in Texas now. The Medical Center says the average. Average number of people testing positive for covid nineteen is four times higher than it was during the peak in April sixth several of the early warning indicators, the hospital systems attract have ticked into the yellow moderate concern level. Still new hospitalizations continue to remain relatively flat after several straight weeks of rapid increases. The Texas Medical Center remains in face to of expanded intensive care capacity with more. More than twenty four hundred people hospitalized for covid nineteen, some eight hundred eighty six people have died with the illness. Now here's some interesting results Michael that we received from Rice University. A team out there says even though corona virus cases are surging. A sizable number of people are feeling less anxious about it. More than three thousand people have taken survey through Rice's Cova Nineteen registry. Thousand nine percent of them report a decrease in their anxiety about the pandemic, as time has gone on sixty seven percent say they've about have the same level of anxiety. When the pandemic began only fourteen percent say they've grown more anxious. Some other takeaways from the survey Michael Respondent say they're doing more of the activities. Health experts encouraged to stay safe, so that's good news. Ninety percent say they're washing hands more often. Fourteen percent say they're using facemasks frequently and on the other hand, though thirteen percent of respondents. Respondents say they're no longer limiting outings to only essential activities, something experts have advised against
How the Pandemic is Imperiling Retirement
"That much. How much have average? Americans saved while TRANSAMERICA survey released in May provided estimated median retirement savings according to generation so for millennials, the median savings is twenty three thousand Gen X.. The median savings is sixty four thousand for the boomers. Median savings is one hundred and forty four thousand. and. That doesn't sound like very much, but here's the kicker. Those figures are as of the end of two thousand nineteen before the virus crisis turned the world upside down, so thanks to the pandemic panic. Many investors actually have less now. But possible lower portfolio value is just one way that retirement planning is more challenging. After one of the most sudden economic disruptions in history. In fact, there are five ways that America's overall retirement security has become even more imperilled over the past few months. Let's take a look at each one showy. Let's start with number one let's. CHECK REPLACE TO START? So number one. We all know this one. We actually know all these, but here we go number. One unemployment has skyrocketed over the past fifteen weeks. Almost fifty million Americans have filed for unemployment insurance. It's almost. Incomprehensible fortunately, many have gone back to work so last Thursday, the Labor Department announced that the unemployment rate dropped to eleven point two percent in June down from thirteen point three percent percent in May. So that's good news. However that eleven point two percent is still the highest rate since one thousand, nine, hundred forty. Now. When you lose your job, you obviously tend to stop saving for retirement. You have more important things. Take Care of plus you no longer have access to a 401k and people who have access to retirement plan at work are much more likely to say. But, even those who have jobs still are not saving as much because many workers have seen their pay cut and have reduced their savings as a consequence in many employers have reduced or eliminated their 401k matches, and finally a survey from bankrate found that fourteen percent of Americans have taken money from their retirement accounts during the crisis and another thirteen percent planned to do so many because the need the money due to losing their jobs. So. Many people are going to have much less saved for retirement. Just looking at the IRA's and 401k's let we just talk on the show about how people? Are actually saving more. So. It seems like this is another opportunity to just even more create even more of a divide between those who have a lot of money, and those who are just scraping by. There's no question so what you're talking about is the personal savings rate, which is a little different than what you save in your retirement accounts. Basically it was. It was a combination of. Looking at what people had their bank accounts for the people who lost their jobs for many people. In fact, most of those people unemployment benefits were actually higher. Than when they were working. And they weren't spending as much money, so you really look at what happened to people's bank accounts, but even those situations right? Let's say you're out of a job and your unemployment. Benefits are higher than when you were working. You're still not likely then. Put that money in an IRA when you can't put an 401K's. You're no longer working so despite the fact that some of these people. People actually up to now doing okay, they're probably not putting it towards the retirement savings, and they're possibly looking towards the end of July when the extra six hundred dollars from the federal government is going to stop their talk now about extending that probably not six hundred, maybe like three hundred or something like that. I certainly hope that will happen because if you ask me, I think. The gains we saw in jobs in last month I. Think some of those are going to go away. As some of the economy, especially, the south and the West start to realize that maybe they opened up a little too soon, and they're gonNA start shutting down. The? First one second reason why retirement planning is going to get more challenging is that many stocks are still down. So. Now. We're going to look at what's in all these accounts that we just talked about. Depending on the type of stocks you own this and this year. Surprisingly they could be very good for you. Especially, many of the Motley fool members to our services invested a lot of companies that have done very well, but for many other people. Your portfolio still could be in the red, so let's take a look at where some of the indexes are as of the close of the market on July Second Nasdaq star of the year up fourteen percent so far this year amazing. Every other index down even slightly so sap five hundred down three percent for the year the Dow and international stocks down about ten percent for the year small caps down fourteen percent value stocks getting. Still significantly down almost twenty percent partially, because when you look at a typical value index fund, they're more weighted towards energy and financial services which have been the two worst performing sectors this year. We all knew about energy, but even if you look at the banking stocks, banking stocks have taken a hit the federal reserved it. It's stress test. Last month told banks that can no longer buy these. The biggest banks of thirty biggest banks told him you can't buy back your shares, so you can't do any share buybacks now, and you can only pay your dividend according to a formula based on earnings. If you don't have enough earnings, you can't pay your dividends so. Bank stocks have been put on notice that things could get dicey there so again. Depending on how you've invested,
Miami Reverses Course on Reopening
"With coronavirus cases surging in Florida right now. The Mayor of Miami Dade County is expected to issue an emergency order that will roll back at least some business reopenings, and perhaps including in person dining restaurants mayor Carlos Jimenez is joining us right now. Mayor, thank you so much for joining us Can you give us a preview of what you're expected to do in the in the coming hours? We're we're going to be closing some of the businesses that opened sometime around the beginning of June because we saw a huge spike, and in young cases in the young people becoming positive are on June fourteenth, so we went back a couple of weeks. And around May thirty-first, we issued orders to allow of the gyms, etc, those kind of facilities to open up also took away some restrictions on the operating hours of restaurants at the same time, and around the same time. Obviously, we had some protests here, and so all of those things put together kind of lead us to believe that the young people especially when he took curtail the social activities, the people because that's. That's where our problem started with people, and then transmitting it to their parents and grandparents to where now we've had a doubling of people in in the hospital with Covid Nineteen, we have doubling people in ICU. See You and a doubling of people in ventilators, and my concern is that we're going to reach the capacity or medical capacity here in Miami Dade, and that's something I do not want to get to. It's so so worrisome. In fact, we did some checking mayor in the past two weeks. As you know better than anyone hospitalizations in your county of increased by eight percent, the number of ICU beds, being used increased by one hundred and fourteen percent, so I I'm wondering why you waited until after the busy holiday weekend to roll back some of these reopenings. Well. One of the first thing I did I mean before the holiday weekend winced a curfew again. That's that's in order to curtail some of this social activity that we've been seeing. Around town, a young people getting together either using restaurants as quasi bars after hours or actually getting together and homes. And maybe banquet halls, and all that so banquet halls all those things that are going to be closed before the holiday season also I holly how you know the the last holiday weekend closed all the beaches because we felt that it was going to be a surge there, and we also close a lot of casinos and casinos movie theaters bowling alleys. All things ever closed before the weekend. Weekend this is the next step going into into trying to tamp down the rate of infection here minded and people don't necessarily realize or appreciate that over the weekend Florida we reported more cases in the single day than New York did at its peak back in April. I guess I'm wondering why. The governor disentis continues to say this is simply the result of doing more testing is wrong. No look, the more testing you do, the more people you're going to see is gonna come up positive because we did a medical study here in Miami Dade two months ago that we knew over two hundred thousand people had already tested positive if we took the positive rate. That that we put that out. Two hundred thousand people had tested positive for the antibody, so the official number that you see especially Miami Dade. We have about forty thousand way undercounted his body by factor of ten. I expect the same thing in the state of Florida. So the more testing you do, the more people you're gonNA. Find the habit our problem isn't. Isn't so much the number as it is the percentage, and so we were testing at about an eight percent positive rate of the numbers of the tests that were being conducted. Now we're over twenty percent. That's the real issue, and then when you correlate that with the increase in the hospitalizations, then you know you have an uptick and and the infection rate. Rate here in Miami Dade, county. We need to bring that down below ten percent, so we have to rollback some of the things that we did our problem, too, is that a lot of people didn't take personal responsibility? They didn't wear their masks. They didn't wear their mass outdoors when there were within six feet, and so those rules have been in place since. Since mid April and unfortunately a lot of our young people are not complying with those rules or getting together there partying and they're not wearing the masks, and and this in this contagion really took off with that young, that young demographic, eighteen, thirty, four, thirty, five to forty five age group. They just shot up and now Zina's also that and I. It's so hard to thousands of lives will be saved if people just wear the mass wash their hands engage in social, distancing lives will be saved. These are simple things to do, but so many people are simply not doing in an awful to see them out of the street behaving the way they are a mayor. A good luck to everyone in Miami. Dade appreciate it very much joining us.
Dallas County's Clay Jenkins hopes for new mask mandate, stay-at-home order as cases and hospitalizations continue to break records
"With more than eleven hundred new coronavirus cases confirmed in Dallas County over the weekend the county judge clay Jenkins is urging the governor to mandate fast facemasks statewide allow local authorities to do it K. R. Alise Allen's Geier joins us live with an update on that Alan my callous county is now see more than twenty thousand cases of covert nineteen judge clay Jenkins says he wants the state to take action he sent that letter to governor Abbott saying a local committee of doctors hospital executives and public health leaders has recommended scaling back opening the economy Jenkins tells NBC five the positivity rate has increased and hospitalizations increased since bars and restaurants started opening we are losing the battle we've gone since may first from being the state in the best position because the early actions of local leaders to being the state in the most likely position to have the worst outcome Jenkins wants a facemask mandate infer to be enforceable with fine saying he wants that statewide or at least regional rules for face masks he wants a thirty day stay home order to closing gyms movie theaters and bowling alleys committee also recommends restaurants shutting down except for Kerry out or outdoor seating world health organisation has said it wants the rate of people testing positive below five percent for two weeks before we open economies the rate in Texas is jump from six percent two weeks ago to more than fourteen percent this past
Debt Is Never the Answer with Dave Ramsey
"My twenties, I believed what a lot of people believe. The borrow money to make money. I got a degree in finance and the power of leverage and the simplistic formula that if you borrow at one interest rate by percent, four percent, and you reinvested, and you make ten or twelve percent that you're making the spread. That is simplistic, primitive wrong, but I believe that lots of people quote that to me on twitter. to show how ignorant I am that I just don't understand the power of leverage, but I do understand the power of leverage and. Four million dollars worth of real estate until I was twenty four and twenty five years old, and I bought it right so I had a net worth of a million dollars, which means only owed three million on the four million and make a couple of hundred thousand dollars a year flip in properties and doing things, but leverage is a two edged sword, and people never talk about the other edge of it. They always. It only works when it works. Marring money only works when it works. And so, what happened to us was we went broke because the bank called her notes, and we didn't have any liquid. We didn't mean money. We weren't laid on the notes. They just panicked. hysteria tax climate that we were in the presidential climate that we were in and called. You know, look around. Song is ninety short-term notes for flips, and they call them, so we spent two and a half years losing everything we own well in that process I had a an existential crisis. And everything that I believed evidently was wrong. Yeah, and so I went through this whole thing of my intellect, being crushed and questioning and as a Christian I was met God on the way up I got to know him on the way down, and so I started studying biblical finance, and I found the borrowers slave to the lender, and I found one hundred percent of the references in the Bible to dead or negative. And so as a believer that puts a challenge against your finance degree. Yeah, no kidding and you go okay. Somebody's wrong and somebody's right because they're two polar opposites, and you can't just say well, you know sometimes. It's not sometimes in the Bible. And it's all the time in the finance classroom. That's right that you borrow, and so I had to really took me why at first I was in a position and that I just bought it based on my faith. Okay, I don't borrow money. God said. Don't borrow money on. Borrow money period. And then over time I've started understand the intellectual reasons for that the mathematical reasons for that and so I don't borrow money by basically when you borrow money, you increase risk. and. When business people say zero. Five hundred thousand dollars to buy this piece of equipment. They do not. Ascertain risk. They say I can borrows money at six percent and I can put the piece of equipment to work and I can make twelve or fourteen percent on my money, but that's only if everything goes perfectly as it did in your head, and it never goes perfectly business about ninety percent of my ideas that I think are brilliant that I bring to the market. It suck. And borrow on them. It destroys. My life doesn't work, but I think this is a pretty everyone sees you as the guy on the cover of the book cutting up the credit card and the guy that's yell at people for taking car payments, but we don't always address the topic of debt for business. What you're saying is that the same principles apply to how you run your business as how you and your personal absolutely, and if you to look at it through the faith lands, you can't find it in scripture if you WANNA look at it through an intellectual Lens. Let's actually do real math in a real business case. Okay, if you get a finance degree and you get licensed. Licensed in securities like I have been, and you've been in that world. We know in that world that we do not compare a high risk. Mutual Fund apples to apples with a low risk mutual fund. There is a measure of risk mathematically. It's the height of the valley, the height of mountain if you graph it if you see the waves graph in your mind right now, the ones that are straight up straight down have a higher Beta. A Beta is a mathematical statistical measure of risk Okay, and so we know that you can take the bait drop it under the line, meaning an inverse mathematical formula and being complicated here, but the point is, you can intellectually look at this. So when you add risk when you adjust for risk, you can compare these two mutual funds apples to apples. By putting the Beta, underline yeah, inverse relationship, so you're adding risk into your math formula so that you can accurately look at the situation. Most people ninety eight percent of the business cases that entree leaders have brought to me and supposedly sophisticated people who criticize me on blocks. They do not have any measure of risk in their formula. They're not saying what happens if this happens, what happens if there's a move in the marketplace what happens if a customer doesn't pay me, what happens if it doesn't sell like? I think it's going to sell, and it can be something as simple as that guy borrowing ninety thousand dollars to buy a dump truck. And it's GonNa work out I'm GONNA saw him on a whole lot of stuff dump truck. We can't get loads. Fuel prices go up insurance prices. Go Up. He has wreck here about any of those things, and so he says I'm GonNa make money by borrowing money, but there's no mathematical measure of risk in that formula, and when you insert risk into your leverage formula, the benefits of Leverage go away. They dissipate. So turns out. We can mathematically prove that God was right. socking. I mean that's what it comes down to so present this. A bunch of MBA's at Vanderbilt spoke to him. Ba Group over there and they were looking at me like German shepherds Oh. That's what I was GONNA say. Lou because nowhere in academia. Does anybody talk about this?
Unemployment Claims: 1.5 Million New State Filings in a Week
"You there was a decline as I mentioned but there's a box isn't there there is and I would say the decline here which left to go pick up on what we've seen before down by sixty eight thousand from the previous week and the total number of claims might throw in the pandemic program which is expanded Karen's act related benefits goes to two point two million blisters use that headline number one point five million that's still five times higher than we would have seen a book for the crisis and aware at forty six million total new claims so believe the unemployment rate is still in the mid teens here and it's important to remember that with each of these claims were talking about a person some of whom are wage earners or previous wage earners that we're looking at food on the table for their families I've heard instances and maybe you have to have people who have been offered the chance to go back to work because of the re opening of part of the economy but it declined because they are getting more through this unemployment there on a when the benefits we'll talk more this has been reported I think it is as you indicated primarily anecdotal and the anecdotes are coming from employers many of whom are let's say bar restaurant readers and I would say this is part of the inefficiency of acting quickly to try to attack this crisis it's quite clear that as the program expires at the end of July that will not be a part of what eventually I think Democrats and Republicans are going to reach it now how would you gauge the joblessness levels over what has reached now about three months since this pandemic really made itself felt in the economy still historic and we think about the fact that we believe the unemployment rate now at roughly fourteen percent is four percent higher than the worst financial crisis and Great Recession by the end of the year the federal reserve has projected a collectively with the members of the FOMC that we might get below ten percent bought you know a lot is riding on that not the least of which is the way the virus behaves and as we know we don't have a great deal of experience with that and treatments remain
"fourteen percent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"But a fourteen percent increase for online shopping and is still cheaper even with the deal I do about eighty percent of my shopping online it's just easier to have been shipped to the house here's a W. O. R. weather channel forecast fine weather today and tomorrow next disturbance approaches on Sunday could started off with a brief period of snow but changing the rain partly cloudy here this afternoon up to forty four clouds tonight low thirty sunny tomorrow forty two snow in the morning on Sunday the rain for the afternoon forty one Richard a wedding at the weather channel on seven ten W. O. Los start today with Len Berman and Michael Riegel of the morning six to ten weeks days I'm Steve greenfield at seven ten W. O. R. N. B. C. news radio station I'm Sean Hannity is on now the problem is each one in career that the speaker of the house says is all about bribery no witness has used the word bribery describe president trump's conducted ever have any evidence of quid pro quo Marcin master builder I did not any evidence of bribery any evidence in freezing no evidence of trees three hundred and forty days president your old more information on more.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Fourteen percent of Republicans to fourteen percent even the Democrats thirty seven percent trust the national news this is a this is a dynamic that is not caused by the president's criticism of the media this is a dynamic caused by the conduct of journalists in this country the level of bias is ridiculous now for me like I said I I've never been a person who would say I don't have an opinion I think it was Ted Koppel one of these guys said I'm a journalist I don't have an opinion the answer is you're a liar and a journalist because you have said that you don't have an opinion you do have an opinion about behind closed doors you have plenty of opinions as a reporter you don't like it's right you do not put it in your broadcast you're not supposed to put it in your contact but in your editorial room you're sitting in there and have a group meeting a bunch of buddies and you sit around the table you all this is is a great story idea let's talk about this hammer away at this idea here on this this thing about trump and ignore all this other stuff let's just talk about trouble time drop drop drop drop drop drop from should we get some more information on that yeah let's get more information on a day to trumpet okay what you choose to cover and what you would choose not to cover are both expressions of your bias any of you have group thank all thinking the same thing if you're all Ivy League educated left wing screw balls from New York in a room deciding what's going to be on an evening newscast then you're gonna get a complete slant and everything an important thing to do is to have discussions that are that are diverse in opinion and ideas final thing state of the art facts pull measures much more than just how Americans from different political views trust fax people agree that facts should be transparent and based in data eighty four percent of Americans agreed that a piece of data or statement must be accurate in order to be considered a backed thank god for that we'll come back right after this break and finish it out with Cortana and are you the A. I. in the.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on NutriMedical Report
"The passivity of the population to me is amazing but it also attack the Messenger <hes>. Have you been attacked just because you've you've actually facts either by normal citizens or even people. They're Muslim Muslim for example. I remember you mentioned the story gave last year on the show of all the Muslim gentlemen who doesn't Aussie read the Koran was drinking a beer and actually raised a few questions though to him about Islam he was in the dark. You can't even read the Koran himself <hes> we we see a situation where we see the left making strange alliance with Islam not realizing it's totally anathema to anything that the left believes in as they they're just a dark alliance and they use them as a tool tool to get further control over the population because they're both involved with a control system because basically according to lead in in Theater Shoe Bat from Show Bot S. H. O. E. B._A._t.. Dot Com use to be a Palestinian terraced married. An American became a Christian and move to America and Tucson senator. <hes> Chabad says look Islam is not really religion. It's fourteen percent religion. Ish It's basically a political mind control system that controls everything from how you go to the bathroom to a how you eat and how you have sex to everything controlling you and the controls by the way are akin to kind of like psychological mind control in totalitarian state so every Islamic country is again a form of total mind-control isn't. It isn't that true <hes> she I don't I don't hear <hes> our guest so I guess we're going to try to reconnect here. So what do you think Oh. I guess we lost Bill Warner. We must have must reconnect there. He's actually on for two segments not one <hes> so whereas mixing things are going to go here. Trump is going to never wanted to increase the <hes> the defense against nuclear weapons. He's going to start doing things financially against those who are supposedly our allies that are still allowing tolerating me increased enrichment uranium by Iran. He's going to start really really put the screws to Russia financially otherwise already are a number of sanctions to seek that he was a functionary and collaborate with Russia for the last election is insanity. The fact is I think that we need to have more sanctions against the Democratic Party. The politicians nations <hes> the deep state inside our government and Department of Justice F._B._I...
"fourteen percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Then you might be if you didn't have kids, and so I would start with the Roth, and then any leftover would go to the 4._0._1._K. What's say, Mr. Ray? Oh, I think that's fine. I think it's good depending our tax bracket. I might want to do more in the 4._0._1._K and use user tax savings to fund. Very good. And again, that's because boss. I'm the boss. He's very well. Coach train. You wonder why there aren't very many people to get the co host out. Okay. Bark is a next radio. Love the show. Should I consider value? Averaging right now, I've done it in the past and it's worked out, but I'm nervous that the market will keep going down. Well, you know, what value averaging is? But for those that don't value averaging is essentially like dollar cost averaging except that what you're doing is. You're building an expectation into what you expect your portfolio to generate. And if it generates more than that, you sell a little bit off the top if it generates less than that, you add into it to get to let's say you wanna ten percent return every year will last year, you got a minus three or four. That means you add fourteen percent to your investment portfolio this year to ensure that it went up by ten follow and vice versa. Well, this fellow obviously followed me for a long time. I think it's a great time to be doing value averaging we've had extreme volatility, but the market a peak in October of two thousand eighteen it's come down a little bit. Since then sure why not Mark do some value averaging. But it's an interesting concept, I've gotten emails from people over the years that have actually done that over years because I've been talking about it I've written about it and so forth. And it's my own little version of value. Averaging there was a fellow that wrote a book on it years ago. I kinda stole it from him. But but the fact is it really can give you a strategy that you can stick with this long term discipline. Thank you very much. That's a buck fifty for that one. He's got oh me. I'm gonna leave all kinds of money today. Yes. A disciplined approach to whatever the strategy is that you're using and value averaging happens to be one of those. And I think it's a darn good one. Let's set amount of time. Thank you. It's been fun. Having you on the air for this entire hour. I think I'll was twenty seven fifty something like that. Yeah. All right..
"fourteen percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"This morning, we're talking about tax free income and one of the ways that you can have tax free income in retirement. That can grow even if the markets go down. Meaning you don't lose money that you've made in the market you can protect what you've made. And what you've put in there against market corrections, which we know are coming. You can reset every year. So if you have a bad year instead of getting a negative you're just get zero in the following year. You start out at a baseline that you started out the previous year. In other words, you just keep going up not down. You have upside growth potential was I me. Well, it means you can make up to a certain percentage amount. That's in particular investment. In this case, let's say you're tire investment to the S and P five hundred linked index. And let's say that the thing that I'm talking about puts a cap on it at eleven percent. So if the market that year went up to fourteen percent, then you get eleven you guessed it near the three goes to the company that does this. Now, what about the growth on that money the growth on that money is tax deferred? So as you earned this money during your earning years, you don't pay taxes on it until some point in the future. Unless you take advantage of this provision in this sort of thing, it's called a loan. And you can access the money that you've made all these years tax free. Now, this is a loophole. This is something that's been around for a very very long time. And it doesn't matter. How old you are? Also, there's no mandatory distribution. Like there is with your your 4._0._1._K. You don't have to take this money out unless you want to. And in some states. This is protected from creditors. And guess what? When you take this money out. You don't have to pay the social security tax on top of that it also avoids probate. What am I talking.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"From two, thousand five hundred seventeen total, US energy related emissions fell by fourteen percent in contrast. Global energy related to emissions. Increased over twenty percent The little today will continue the decline of our CO two emissions into the future this schoolwork continue progress legally and with the proper respect for the state I will now. Turn it over to Bill wear administrator. For EPA's, office of Aaron radiation his, remarks thank you Bill Thank. You administrator Hello everybody this is Bill wear what I wanna do is, just do a very brief overview of what's actually contained in the proposed rule then we'll, open it. Up for questions The proposal includes three main components The first thing is to propose to redefine the relationship and relative roles and responsibilities of the federal government versus the state local governments and implementing as. Part of the Clean Air Act the clean. Power plan was very federal heavy. It was essentially a federal mandate the left the states very little attitude as to what they would do under the program. And how they would do it we believe that's not the correct way to, implement this part of the law. And that's not what congress intended so a one of the the proposal is to, redefine and rebalance roles and responsibilities and to give states the primary authority for determining what. Emissions controls actually need to be Established before our power plants within their jurisdictions The law makes it very clear that states have that responsibility and and we have proposed to change the role so that. The regulations reflect like what the. Law requires the second important thing we're doing the proposal is the federal government still has a role here in our role is to create a framework of regulation within which the state tag and to make recommendations as to what we think is possible in terms of improving efficiency power plants and reducing greenhouse gas emissions Ultimately this is a program that in a regulation that's intended to regulate greenhouse gas emissions and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector so a key part. Of what we do under our. Federal responsibility and what we proposed here today is to identify we have identified a list of candidate technologies we believe that the law requires that this program being implemented a focused on emissions controls and other measures that can be applied at the source to particular power plants And it is a substantial difference from the clean, power plan which reach beyond, power plants and, sought to regulate the electric power sector as a whole. And included things like mandatory changes in how power plants are dispatched that went well beyond the law from our perspective and where where we're bringing this part of. We're bringing this regulation back into bogus and requiring that states look at emission controls, and measures that can be applied at the source part three of what we propose is to. Revise, the new source review a major source permanent program and of course is a wholly separate program under the Clean Air Act but it. Has to be applied in concert with the kind of measures that. We think states likely will require a power plants to employ to meet these requirements so as. Things stand the news source where you per game could stand the barrier an impediment to the implementation of the kind of efficiency projects that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions From power plants so the third major element of this proposal is to. Revise the new source review program so it aligns more closely with the the ace, role AM eight and so that they operate in concert rather than in conflict with each other The super high. Level summary of what's in the proposed role and and with that, all back to John and we'll take some questions here great thanks still so We just like to take one question per caller place so that, we can get to everybody with the time that we have and at the time I'll turn it over to Mary for instructions on how. To. Ask a. Question I would like to remind everyone in order to ask the question star than. The number one on your telephone keypad again that's star than the number one on your telephone keypad This moment to combine. The key many roster The opening delight now for the first question introduce yourself by your. First and last name.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on Majority 54
"Mid nineties and ever since then they've had fourteen percent and up unemployment's which is devastating and you know drug problems and crime and all this stuff is just gotten so much worse and there's no jobs and no money it's gotten bad there and so when yet when he tells him i'm going to go to mexico and get your jobs back and i'm gonna make them pay and all this stuff i mean i yeah i get why they wanna believe that you know but it doesn't mean that you know any of that's going to actually happen or that they're not ultimately wrong but i mean i get i get why though yeah your point is like don't spend your time trying to convince them that they were wrong just make sure they understand that he didn't keep his promise about that yeah exactly just keep the focus on him and what he and his people are not doing another argument that people make is the and it sort of i i feel like this sort of crosses over with you being a comedian with a with a progressive point of view a liberal point of view which is people say what political correctness is bad for america is the problem with political correctness takes too long we don't have time we don't have time i talked about anchor babies at one news conference and one of the reporters actually from abc said that's a derogatory term i said why he said well it's deroga he didn't know why and then i said well what would you call the babies of undocumented immigrants so he gave me like a seven or eight word definition i said we'll have time for that i'm sorry we'll have time for that now look i can be the most politically correct person that you've ever interviewed takes too much time good argument is basically it's good to offend people and i'm just and that seems to be a exclusively a right wing talking point pretty much and i'm curious what your response to that is when it comes to like just the you know the hardcore trumpers and like all rights and the guys that are screaming a again just straight up hate speech and all that yeah of course that's not okay but i actually those guys were those guys we're going to be that way and have those opinions no matter what i would rather know who they are and what they look like and what their names are you know what i mean i'd rather them wear it on their sleeves like that instead of just you know hiding in the shadows basically because they're going to be there either way so i think that ultimately them coming out into the open more and yelling more about it yet scary right now but i actually think ultimately will be a good thing because i genuinely believed that the rest of us collectively as a society will you know defeat them but i mean in terms of you know interesting trial bicycling ultimately and then it's just better to know exactly where people stand in my opinion so i'm not gonna you know try to keep them from science all the ridiculous i think because it's important for us to know what it is that i really think in my opinion well yeah and i think that like their argument about putting coca regna seems to be like like when they go to a white supremacy march and then they lose their job i like this political correctness is running muck it's like well you know actually when you say political correctness run amok i just hear somebody saying like we have no responsibility to be decent to each other at all yes and and it's you know so i think like political correctness takes on all these different meanings but to me like when i hear it come from folks on the right what i usually feel like i'm hearing is just somebody saying i don't have to consider anyone else yet no a hundred percent agree with that and i guess and and yeah when they go and they do stuff like that and they.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on The Energy Gang
"I would like to electrify them as much as I can, but I'll give you. I think I'll give you the edge on on industrial, at least for now though. I think neither of us did a great job there. All right. Yeah, very incomplete. Yeah. Okay. So next up at fourteen percent of global greenhouse gas emissions currently is transportation. I will make my case that I've got a. I've got a strong advantage here in transportation because now I have, I have the lithium ion battery, which is going to be the single largest contributor to the reduction and transportation or aunts emissions that I can foresee. And I also have high speed rail which is should solve for for another good chunk of it. So between those two, I think transportation, that's a clear win for me very clear when no argument here. I'm actually kind of disappointed in myself that I didn't pick transportation option. I was thinking standard electric vehicles of was also thinking electric bus fleets, which I would separate into two categories. And then I also had on my list way down electric vehicle charge. Chargers because I saw as a demand management system as a resource in and of itself. So when you think about the key, I, I wasn't sure we could have argued about this, whether electric vehicles on their own is a pick or whether they automatically come with chargers, but chargers are like a separate resource that seemed pretty valuable to me. So I do regret not considering any of those in my team. Yeah, I had. I had the basically the same thing. I had like a couple of different classes of electric vehicles and wasn't sure if those would be reasonable picks. I think the v. charger ideas, a good one. I didn't have that unmined, but that's actually a would have been a strong pick as well. Oh, and I also have augmented reality, how can I forget my best pick. Well, we've reflected on our own choices. I think there are things we would have done differently and maybe some day we'll have some trades to beef up our lineup, but now it's time for you to react. We want to hear what you think about our picks. And most importantly, we want you to pick a winner because that's how these things work. We need someone to win and we're gonna have a poll for you in the show notes. There's a link in the show notes. So just open up your phone and click through, and you will be able to access the little survey the little poll there at green tech media. If you're listening on the website right now on your web browser, whatever the the poll is just right there. And then for the Twitter Audie, the energy Twitter folks, we're going to have a separate poll set up for you and. Please feel free to give us your feedback comment on the poll too, but definitely take it and let us know who you think. One who has the best deep decarbonisation draft. You know what I wonder is you your your picks are like designed to get energy Twitter, all aflutter. Like you've got the like rooftop PV versus small modular nuclear early in your picks. You've got CCS in there which is like, you know, constant battle on energy like you're, you're, you're designed for energy Twitter, but I don't know whether they're gonna love it or they're gonna hate. Well, you know, me too. Well, I'm a journalist and an editor. I know how to get people's attention and I'm more interested in the reactions. I think I wanna hear if people battle it out or if they agree with the diverse selection, but you you, you're onto something. Yeah. I mean, you picked for energy Twitter, and I picked decarbonisation. This was a lot of fun. We're going to revisit this soon. Please go ahead and vote. If you have a feedback, send us an E mail to podcasts at green tech media dot com. Send us a voice memo of things that you wanna talk about..
"fourteen percent" Discussed on The Interchange
"I think i'll give you the edge on on industrial at least for now though i think neither of us did a great job there all right yeah very incomplete yeah okay so next up at fourteen percent of global greenhouse gas emissions currently is transportation i will make my case that i've got a i've got a strong advantage here in transportation because now i have i have the lithium ion battery which is going to be the single largest contributor to the reduction and transportation or ansett at emissions that i can foresee and i also have high speed rail which is should solve for for another good chunk of it so between those two i think transportation that's a clear win for me very clear when no argument here i'm actually kind of disappointed in myself that i didn't pick a transportation option i was thinking standard electric vehicles of also thinking electric bus fleets which i would separate into two categories and then i also had on my list way down electric vehicle chargers because i saw as a demand management system as a resource in and of itself so when you think about the key i i wasn't sure and we could have argued about this whether electric vehicles on their own is a pick or whether they automatically come with chargers but chargers are like a separate resource that seemed pretty valuable to me so i do regret not considering any of those in my team yeah i had i had the basically the same thing i had like a couple of different classes of electric vehicles and wasn't sure if those would be reasonable picks i think the v charger ideas a good one i didn't have that unmined but that's actually a note have been a strong pick as well oh and i also have augmented reality how could i forget my best pick.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"Yeah but i wouldn't have been able to get the loan for a used vehicle i was able to get the win for a new vehicle that's where i'm kind of pigeonholed that's criminal that they would give you a loan because i'm guessing your rob your credit score is not good and i'll bet you paying a high interest rate on that loan to my credit score six forty and i'm paying fourteen percent fourteen percent holy crap how many months is that loan six years six years i plan on paying it off in two years yeah i you're planning on it but your plans are not based on reality well the house you're going to pay off the car come on you're not going to be it it it's all working out because i'm not paying my taxes if i start paying my taxes than i don't have money under the other things yeah my taxes are about fifteen thousand a year but do you understand that you at some point pending on more at some point the auditor is coming for you the i know every time i go to the mail i'm late for that let me make something clear to you in case you're not thinking about this not paying your taxes not only means you'll lose everything have it means prison well see that's the one thing i'm not clear about because i'll look on the internet and they act like if you lie about your taxes that's prison time if you don't pay your taxes that's not i haven't filed a return right prison is it of course so what's the best what's my best solution to that what what are the amount of your on sixteen thousand oh so the taxes yeah no you're you're kia what's the amount of the loan i think is if i looked at the letter to pay it off at be seventeen thousand four hundred dollars sudden dot no no no i'm asking the amount you borrowed in the first place how much six hundred sixteen thousand nine hundred sixteen thousand nine hundred hang on i'm i have a loan calculator and i'm going to figure this out because i want you to hear these numbers and understand what you got yourself into the loan term in years is six years six years or seven right it's six years and the interest rate is what fourteen percent all right let's take a look so your monthly payment is.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Trillion those six names are fourteen percent the entire market here's the group chart oh sorry well there's a different stabbed we can while this is actually we're looking at let's pause on this for second before we get to the charts look at this these top five topsix names have a price to cash flow of twenty eight point seven for those who care about the fundamentals versus the bottom two hundred fifty stocks these like poland footlocker so you could dig around the trash heap could just stick with the winners the same price all right let's go to some charts so here is that basket of six stocks plotted equal weight again a beautiful uptrend each actually not even getting steeper it's just on trend in its as you see here is bounced it's bounced its balanced it's bounce and it just bouncy now i don't see any real trouble here in fact i would think you can get sort of closer to the top of the channel i want to stay long this group now most important the thought would be the maybe their overall overbought i would say this one chart argues otherwise that's the top six plotted equal weight and this is relative performance to the actual tech sector they've made no progress to the tech sector in two years so fewer crowd an overbought you're not even are pointing the market i think ultimately this is a heads you entails you win this breaks out relative i want to stay long this group and expect what happened today in ethics possibly to happen to the others while carter come on over yeah yeah.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on AP News
"An overall decline foot traffic some showers just took notes in the hopes of finding an even better deal online as a consequence of amazon continuing to squeeze prices exacerbating the show rooming practice of people getting ideas it brick and mortar stores than buying online that of technology research for jb h hiv daniel i've says amazon was posting stronger than expected sales and at this pace it could be fourthquarter sales estimates by five percent after latronica copresident john ap says sales from friday through sunday were up about fourteen percent from a year ago elephants helped police to india victims hundreds of people living illegally in a protected forest area police used bulldozers amazon benson a show of force on the forest dwellers responded by throwing rocks india state forest minister said the it's an elephant habitat the unauthorized settlements were forcing them to leave in search of food there have been many incidents in which wild elephants have entered villages destroyed crops leaving killing people the eviction attempt followed a court order to clear the forest of illegal trust judging by thursday the plan is to demolish about a thousand the bamboo and tin huts in erupting volcano in bali been disrupting flights around the region volleys international airports been closed because the volcanic ash leaving thousands of travellers stranded one hundred thousand people on the tourist island were ordered to evacuate the ashes also affecting livestock in parts of bali to says the reserve in ten thousand chinese tourists on the island before the latest eruption and the.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"In the firearms we know we know that these laws work in fact recent research from outside academics tell us that and laws that prohibit abusers from possessing firearms and require them to turn in the firearms they own are responsible for fourteen percent reduction in firearm gun homicides of intimate partners right so we know these laws can have an impact we know they can work but we have a lot of work to do to make sure these laws the restaurant as possible i mean the findings in your report what and since two thousand nine more than half of the mass killings um are committed by usually white man who has somehow engaged in domestic or family violence before women in the us sixteen times more likely to be killed with a gun than women and other high income countries making this country the the most dangerous in the developed world when it comes to gun violence against women every year american women suffer from five point three million incidents that intimate partner violence and then you are suggesting that this then in these cases goes much larger why especially it's critical that this beat caught early not to mention of course the horror of the violence committed against the women originally absolutely i mean sometimes you know we've heard people talk about the link between domestic bounce mass shootings a domestic violence zaphon the canarian the coal mine for the ways in which these shooters can have ever verb rating impact on both on their families and on the communities around them in now and again we would reiterate that we know so much about the links between domestic violence and firearm violence both in.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"For the kyw business report healthy day on the markets today as we start off this week of trading the dow's up one hundred sixteen point thirteen points to twenty two thousand five twenty one and twenty two if point fifty two percent net game so far for the day nasdaq not doing so badly to with up nine point eleven points is this the fourteen percent the day at sixty five of five point seven the sp 500 up point twenty six percent of the day at six point sixty five hundred twenty five point ninety six with more here's donna wilson un stance of posting gains led by health care and financial companies the dow jones industrial average up one hundred fifteen points to twenty two thousand five twenty sp 500 index up seven points the nasdaq climbing twelve but west texas in immediate is falling two and a quarter percent to fifty fifty one a barrel gun stocks of posting gains the maker of smith wesson and sturm ruger are up over four percent but department stores stocks of falling after the new york post reported nordstrom is struggling to put together finance thing for a by out and may not be able to close the deal us manufacturing expanded last month that the fastest pace in thirteen years that's according to the latest data from the institute for supply management new orders were the strongest since february i'm donna.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Now obviously the the dividend payout played a big role much bigger role back then then they even play today when the dow hit a low of forty one twenty two from three 71 degrees forty one think about that on a percentage basis this on july eight 1932 the dividend yield on the overall stock market was close to four clean percent and we eliminate eliminate that from that from the calculation come on that makes zero cents had a fourteen percent yield by and stocks so ignoring dividends especially when yields were so rich also exact exaggerates the loss of a typical equity investor and then there's the dow versus the market many researchers consider the overall my market the vine is the combined value of all publicly traded stocks as the best gauge of the typical investor experience remember the dow is just thirty stocks and i think we've beat that one to death over time but the fact is when we talk about the market we're talking about the todd market not just twenty or thirty stocks that are market capitalisation waited now it says here according the harbour financial digest study of down markets since nineteen 100 the average recovery time is just over two years.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Now this louis the dividend payout played a big role much bigger rolled back then then they even play today when the dow hit a low of forty one twenty two from three 71 degrees forty one think about pat on a percentage basis news on july eight 1932 the dividend yield on the overall stock market was close to four team percent and we eliminate eliminate that from that from the calculation come on that makes zero cents got a fourteen percent yield by and stocks so annoying dividends especially when yields were so rich also exact exaggerates the loss of a typical equity investor and then there's the dow versus the market many researchers consider the overall my mark at the vine is they combined value of all publicly traded stocks as the best gauge of the typical investor experience member the dow is just thirty stocks and i think we've beat that one to death over time but the fact is one we talk about the market we're talking about the todd market not just twenty or thirty stocks that are market capitalisation it now it says here according the.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Now obviously the the dividend payout played a big role much bigger role back then then they even play today when the dow hit a low of forty one twenty two from three seventy one to forty one think about that on a percentage basis on july eight 1932 the dividend yield on the overall stock market was close to four team percent and we eliminate eliminate that from that from the calculation come on at makes zero cents had a fourteen percent yield by and stocks so annoying dividends especially when yields were so rich also exact exaggerates the loss of a typical equity investor and then there's the dow versus the market many researchers consider the overall my it market the vine is the combined value of all public we traded stocks as the best gauge of the typical investor experience member the dow is just thirty stocks and i think we've beat that one to death over time but the fact is when we talk about a market we're talking about the broad market not just twenty or thirty stocks that are market capitalisation waited now it says here according the helber financial digest study of down markets since 1905 the average recovery time is just over two years when factors like inflation and dividends are taken account icc that's when factor like inflation and dividends are indeed taking into account the longest was the recovery from december nineteen is low it took more than eight years so i asked this question he have eight years can you hold on kenya keith your powder dry for eight years the is it he can't then you probably shouldn't the an investor in the softbank you learn england as always raises picture and people get so myopic in this a lot of they were there on this program.