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A highlight from BREAKING First U.S. Ethereum ETF APPROVED! (Altcoin Pump Coming?)
"The future is so bright for crypto, folks. I just had to wear the shades. Thank you for joining today. Good morning. It's time to discover crypto. It's Friday, September 29. I'm getting ready to go to Vegas for the CNFTCON, now called NFT -LV. Jeremiah's going to be there. No, no. Sawtooth is going to be there. Jeremiah, just happy he bought some Chainlink. Guys, we got a great show today. We're talking about the ETH futures. We're breaking that down. Also, we're talking about Bitcoin. Tim has something special to show you on the charts. Circle listing. And my fiancé might pop up on camera, and she's going to tell a story how I was the world's worst fiancé ever this morning. So she might come on camera and tell the tale. You know, I am a family -oriented man. And you know what? I'm bringing my one and only woman here on camera. Alright, guys, make sure you are sub to the channel here. Discover crypto. Check out all the other channels. Nothing but love for Frankie. Frankie had a big announcement yesterday. We still love Frankie. There's no hard feelings. And we're applauding and celebrating Frankie here at Discover Crypto. Still going to be collabing with him. Still going to be working with him. He's still working in the building. Yeah, we're going to see him literally every day. Well, I didn't want to tell that much. But yeah, he's still here, folks. Yeah. He's literally still here. Tony, Tony, Tony. I think he's like, he's still in the candle mafia house, though. He's still in the basement. Well, he shoots certain videos from home and certain videos from here. Like literally, his schedule will not change whatsoever. But the difference, and we're very excited for him, is he will completely own everything he does. Everyone here is excited for him. Shout out to Frankie Candles. I still predict, Deezy. There's a lot of, I want to make sure I preface this right, because even I do TA. There's a lot of good technical analysts out there. I still predict Frankie Candles will be the number one crypto TA channel in 2025. I would, I will say I would agree with that with maybe one person still going to be beating him, still going to be putting out a lot of content. And we all love him. Frankie loves him. I've talked to him, you know, MM Crypto. And there's something about that guy. When the bull market hits, I mean, guys, you might see some strong thumbnails now. Wait till the bull market. If you haven't been through a bull market with MM Crypto thumbnails, you haven't really experienced a bull market, folks. And I also love how he has 17 exclamation points on MM Crypto's titles. He has a very interesting title selection there. Well, folks, let's get right into the show. All right, first, should we lead with the world's worst fiance? Let's do it after Crypto Market Cap. Yeah. All right, we're gonna go ahead, show the prices, and I'll tell you why I was the world's worst fiance. Kat, are you okay? Just briefly telling the short section of that story in about two minutes. All right, first, let's get into the crypto market cap here. I just refreshed and we are moving up, folks. We are still above 1 .1 trillion. We are up 0 .8%. 24 -hour volume was right around 50 yesterday. I think it was like 54. Today, it's 48. So, largely the same. Bitcoin dominance has fallen, however. We went from 47 .1. We were hanging out there forever, jumped up to 47 .4, and now we're down to 47 .0. And strangely, gas is only 14 Gwei. I don't get how gas is so low right now. I was swapping some alts the other day. We have Bitcoin down 0 .1 % and Ethereum up 1 .8%. And that is the large reason why you're seeing the dominance change here. Just the two biggest cryptos moving in opposite direction, albeit slightly. We have BNB 0 .5 % to the upside. But I think who's really celebrating today is the XRP community. XRP is up 5 % today. Is it anticipation for XRP's party in New York City tonight, you think? What are your thoughts? Was it a TA level? It was just bound to happen? Or are people really excited about partying in the Big Apple? Well, not me. I'm not that big of a party person. And shout out to New York. But I don't really like going to New York. You don't like going to New York? If you had one reason why you avoid New York, what is that one reason? There's many a reason. I just don't like city life like that. I like being out, not the middle of nowhere, but like the middle of somewhere rather than the middle of everywhere. I like being in the middle of nowhere near somewhere. All right, we have Cardano up 2 .8%. Another big pump for the top 10 here. We have Solana. Solana is up 4 .5%. It is now above $20. Looking like it might turn $20 into support. It likes hanging around that psychological level. Tron is also up 3 .5%. We do have something moving down. And that is TonCoin. TonCoin, the hottest coin last month, two months ago. Now it's a little bit as maybe Chainlink's taken some of its juice. And you can see Chainlink flat for the day. But if you look at the weekly there, you can see 16%. And that is higher than every single coin above it. In fact, no coin has even gotten to the double digits, except for Bitcoin Cash. And Bitcoin Cash, you know, kind of an asterisk next to that coin as far as price movement. Shiba is also moving to the upside. But now it is time to look at the biggest gainers. The biggest gainers in the world is going to be me at the blackjack table. It's going to be a cat at the slots. All right, the world's biggest gainers. What do we have? We have Sweet.
Fresh update on "frankie" discussed on Frankie Russo
"Of midnight now to the Bernard McGurk studios of 77 W ABC here's Curtis Lewa spirits sparrows anymore rain was saturated writers of the storm writers into into this world with like a dog with writers on the Oh God no more no much no much no more rain no more rain we got the Pulaski day parade in a few hours I'll be in that you'll there Atlantic Annix all the liberals progressive Democrats they'll be giving me the finger and then I get the royal red carpet treatment at the annual Third Avenue Festival Bay Ridge where I'll be turning it out for Harry Kagan and the upcoming council manic race against
A highlight from Bitcoin Bull Market Will Start When (THIS) Happens!
"Good morning, everybody. It's time to discover crypto. It's Tuesday, September 26. It's 11 .31am. Probably just a minute late, guys. You know what? I had to button up the top. I wanted to try a little bit professional. Actually, I'll tell you what the real deal is. I was going to wear a button -up, and I didn't have any zip -up jackets. And I said, why not just wear a jacket? Quit being a DJ and dress like a man for once. So I'm wearing the jacket today. We got Drew and Tim on the ones and twos. And then there's me in my normal hoodie. Ain't nothing wrong with the Federman gear. I rock the Federman gear, too. True. Yeah. Yeah, there's nothing wrong with it, guys. We're going to talk about why we think Bitcoin bull run is going to start, when it's going to start. Kelly's going to break that down. Also, we got some big, big news. The government shutdown. We're going to break down exactly what happens if the government shuts down. What gets turned off? What doesn't get turned off? Guys, this is less than a week ago. We don't think it's going to happen, but it's good to be prepared just in case. Also, we're going to talk about NASA. Do you know the NASA story? What is the NASA story? They're going to hire blockchain and then pair them with Hollywood to create the second landing on the moon coming your way very, very soon. All right. All right. Stanley Kubrick, you know, rising up like Skeletor. All right. That ought to be a good one. Also, we're going to talk some XRP news, some Microsoft stuff with Xbox and crypto. That could be potentially gigantic and also just some world global stuff. It's going to be interesting. All right. Let's, guys, make sure you are subbed to the channel if you're not already. Hey, maybe even hit that like button on that one video. If you want to check out our other channels, please do. We're always putting out great, great content. Frankie around the blockchain, BitLab Academy, The Basement, NFT alpha, last but not least. All right. Let's look at the crypto market cap here. What is going on with the crypto prices? We're going to go ahead and refresh. I want that freshest Chainlink oracle data. Looks like we're up 0 .3%. So we're up a third of a percent. The market cap is coming in above 1 trillion. We're 1 .08 trillion for the market cap. 24 -hour volume is slightly muted at $28 billion. Bitcoin dominance coming in at 47 .1. Gas is low again. Isn't as low as 11, what we saw, I believe, on Friday, but down to 23 gwei. Pretty low right there. So if you want to get in and out of some alts, now is potentially a good time. Bitcoin is down right in line with the market. The market's down 0 .3%. Bitcoin is down 0 .3%. Ethereum down 0 .1%, down 0 .2 % just for the past hour. However, BNB moving up however slightly. Also, XRP. XRP community in the chat hit that like button. You were up 0 .6%. It's time to celebrate. Also, we have, hey, Cardano's flat when Bitcoin's down. I'm just going to take that as a victory. I'm going to go ahead pat myself on the back for that one. But we are below 25 cents. Cardano coming in at 24 .4. What is up with Cardano at this 25 -cent level? Tim, you're Mr. TA. It loves being right out of quarter. Yeah, well, and before it loved being at 30 cents and then... Hey, don't remind me. And before that, it loved being at I think 50. Before that, it loved being at a dollar. I love Cardano. It's my largest altcoin bag still, and I'm not giving up that conviction of it. Now, it's setting lower highs and lower lows. What do we call that? A bear trend. I'm going to continue to hold to the call that I've made now for over a month. I believe, oh, actually, it's been like two months now. I think we're going to be seeing an 18 -cent Cardano. I called that back even as we were pumping up to 38 cents here not too long ago. I still believed that 18 cents was coming in. And if you're looking at this bear trend, lower highs, lower lows, I think it's going to happen. All right. Speaking of lower lows, a lot of people talking about the truck and how they want to back up the truck and then just buy a lot of these cheap alts. That's what I would do. That's the positive side of this. I wouldn't do weird things with it. People hear bearish price predictions or bearish prices being talked about. And their first thought is to be like, oh, no, that's not going to happen. I can't lose the money. I was like, well, you don't lose unless you sell. And also, if it goes that far, you had an amazing opportunity to buy again. So stay positive. It's a great idea. It's it. I'm rooting for Cardano to get 18 cents and Bitcoin down to 19, 900, 700. You stop that blasphemy. That's yeah. Well, we got right the blockchain. 24 cents is the floor, guys. Just be careful because it is until it isn't. And then it will be, you know, we got that little spike off 21 cents. So I expect a little bit of pressure. And then the psychological level of 20 cents if we fall below this. But I believe we would need to see Bitcoin at 2322 for that to happen. Alright, in the rest of the alt realm here, we have Dogecoin down 1%, Solana down almost 2%. Tron moving on up. Good job, Justin Sun. We have Polkadot down 1 .4%. So nothing really is moving too hard. Even Chainlink's barely moving here. Wait a minute. Did we see some in the 3 %? Law enforcement officer? No, no, no. Why is Leo token down? Hey, you know what we're talking about here. Let's talk about the big gainers though, folks. Looks like Maker is leading the way. It's not much of a pump, folks. 4 .3%. We have FRAC shares up 3 .2%. And then after that, very, very muted. It is right at 1 % for Optimism, Avalanche, and then BNB. So we're really not seeing anything jump too much here. Do you have any of these coins in the top? You have any FRACs? What is up with FRACs? Always moving. Crazy. Avalanche is the first one on that list that I have. I don't have any BNB. I have some XRP, obviously.
Fresh update on "frankie" discussed on Frankie Russo
"Can have a city back almost definitely will yeah i want to talk about the sewers i'm a plumber 40 years and these people with these uh houses where the water backs in there's a a fitting that you can put on your sewer just as it exits the house it's called the back water valve and what it is it has like a little flap around it and allows it the sewage to go out but when the sewage starts backing in this flapper closes and it's it's not 100 effective because you get permanent paper and sanitary stuck products on the flapper so there's a valve right in front of that so know when you it's going to rain you just shut that thing down and no water can come into your and the problem that's great advice but you know what ever since they created those wipes ever since they created those wipes we got Gabones who buy you know a package those wipes yeah and then they flush it down the toilet and then it just like it comes like I guess it's like a sphinx down there all those wipes just bond together and block everything I mean everything yes well I personally I think that the valve as you crank the valve down on this so it's like a valve in your house like your water man or your water heater I think will be really effective or at least you won't have full flow coming into your basement that great is advice I designate you the art Connie the Ed Norton of the other side of midnight the better side you are our sub supervisor in the subdivision of the Department of subterranean sanitation Walter okay and one other thing I like to add I started working for the city of New York in 1971 and when you talk about these people cleaning out the sewers when I started there was a dump truck and it was a double -seater a front row and a back row and the guys would come to up claim that it would be five men on the truck it would be two laborers a supervisor an MVO a motor vehicle operator to drive the truck and they had an operating engineer with this like little tiny two -cent crane on the side the truck would go up to the manhole the laborers would get out there lift up the cover the well actually the MVO would drive them that the supervisor would say oh this is the proper manhole let's clean this one out the two laborers would lift the cover and the operating engineer would get on this rinky dinky crane and lower it down with the clamshell and take a few scoops out of the manhole go fight guys and a giant truck to clean out a manhole I don't how know many they did a day but that seems like pretty inefficient yeah but you know some that they don't do anything Walter yeah back then I know exactly what you mean cuz when they would lift the cover and they would put that scooper down there the stench would naturally drift throughout the block because yeah a lot of that gunk really stunk I'd be out there because sometimes embedded in the gunk was Spaulding's and Pencey's pinkies which I'd like swipe because they'd say get away from there it's toxic get away from there you might fall in you might fall into the sewer I said it's worth the chance because you'd see some Pencey pinkies and some Spaulding's embedded in that yeah yeah you're right and I tell you it's just a pleasure talking to you you know continued with your success continue success you know with your animals and you know your animal rescue deal that you have with your wife well I gotta tell you Walter I gotta tell you I become mayor we're bringing that scooper back it's gonna be cleaning out all those cake catch basins sew sewers old -school just like Walter described he's absolutely right dump truck would come up you have five Gabones on there you got the driver you got the two laborers right you got the engineer and you got the supervisor and they would go from sewer cover to sewer cover and they would put that clamp down there that that they would grab all the gunk all the flotsam all the jets and all the debris would clean out was the a sewers strong so rain that if it there would be clear passage all the way to wherever the flow would take it to the water treatment plant and sometimes when it was too much rain the backlog would just be flushed right into Jamaica Bay at least where I live and I'm sure where you guys and gals grew up it was into another body of water but we didn't kind have the of problems then that we had now now some areas of the city like Southeast Queens forget about it a little spritz and it would be underwater because they had no sewers there at all and in places where they had cesspools instead of pipes oh man so just imagine if the city were one make and cesspool that all gunked up and that all backed up like cesspools tended to do what a mess you would have in your backyard and naturally what a mess we've had in our city because this maintenance never gets done let's go to Sean who's calling from Brooklyn your turn to be heard here WABC Sean love you good morning Curtis I just want to make a quick shout out PBA treasurer from transit did you know Keenan Scott no no maybe I knew him by by okay but you know you know him he was the transit treasurer and he passed away just want to bless his family great guy it's just terrible anyway so I was by Staten Island College I would go jogging and I was about eight or nine cars full of some students some that and they dumped all their garbage right out the window so there must have been like four garbage cans with garbage just laying in the parking lot they drive away and I'm looking like look at that's gonna clog the sewer so nobody cares Curtis especially anyone on the 30 they tossed that trash right out the window no matter where they are what street they're they on can be in their own backyard trash goes right into the street and then they the sewers they you just know you can have a million cleaners of the sewers and within 10 minutes it's all clogged up with trash again nobody cares well you're correct but also a lot of a lot of have folks not been taught at a young age right that you pick up for yourself in the street it's gonna block the sewer that next rain that hit near Staten Island College I guarantee you few houses had two three four five feet of water because the that's garbage coming from all the people just tossing their trash in the street is clogging everything and thank God I mean I'm not anymore but uh well look at it from when we were kids there was a limited amount of garbage now everything is garbage have you all these plastics all these things here can really right clog up drains and that's why it's got to be constant maintenance but you're right it all starts with an average person not tossing the garbage into the tracks of the trains you're not tossing it into the streets especially people on the 30 oh my god I will tell you I will tell you Sean there are some MTA officials I call money -taking agency overpaid officials gold brick slackers and basically loafers they get paid performance amounts of money what they do is on a lot of the stations they've taken they've taken the sanitation cans away because they say well if we take the sanitation cans away it'll force the people to carry their garbage topside what an idiotic thing they've done right over a 53rd in Lexington where you catch the F train that's connected to the 6 train and the E train it's exactly what happens that lower platform there is no garbage containers and you see all the garbage on the platform and then that gets blown over or kicked into over the tracks it ends up going into the catch basins and then obviously a heavy rain and there's flooding basic common sense let's go to Bob in Staten Island your turn to be heard here WABC Bobby hey Curtis Paisano you're doing a great job keep up the great work Staten Island was flooded and it's also flooded with the immigrants and now this idiot Adams and Coco the horror and whatever her name is they're going to put him on Staten what Island Wadsworth an active last oldest still active US military in the Fort Hamilton I was processed for the Marines out of both locations we don't know who these people are where are their wives wherever their children their legal age teens 20s 30s I've seen them in the style of last Staten Island Salvation Army and clove road and grass
A highlight from BITCOIN REVOLUTION | TUCKER CARLSON & JAVIER MILEI MAKE HISTORY
"We don't see lugar a ludas, esta nueces una taria para tibios, esta nueces una taria para córdes, esta nueces una taria para los politicamente correntos. Xo no me me ti yaca para estar y ando córderos. Xo me me ti yaca para despastar de odres. ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! ¡Quiero! When you think of Argentina you might envision tango, soccer, or maybe a juicy steak, but today it's all about a wild surge in bitcoin advocacy and a man whose opposition to statism might be louder than a wake -up call from Frankie. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM That's right, baby. Wake the f 'up and get on the Freedom Train. We get a lot of s*** to cover. Let's get it! I think that it can be my moment. Because as we have seen, we are in all of them. And we are not one of them. This is what we are in all of them. Because we are going to do everything, and we are going to take care of everything in the world. Yes, to be able to build Argentina properly. A liberal Argentina. An Argentinian people. An Argentinian that is going to build the borders of the world. And yes, in 35 years, we will be able to build the first global potential. So yes, effectively, I am going to be in politics. be Will it Teresa? Míle he is right. Míle? Míle, he is right. farm. go I'm gonna ahead and start with this go ahead and take a look down there 339 .8 million views and I want you to put that in perspective so when I said that you know these bit corners just made history well they're both advocates and it just became the most watched interview in history now Tucker's last interview with that orange guy yeah Trump that set the record and beat Oprah's former record with her interview with Michael Jackson and it appears Tucker Carlson is going full Eminem breaking a record every time he drops a record right now what this really had me thinking is the fact that well you know Joe Rogan gets like 11 million views he's the number one podcaster in the world Tucker was the number one show on Fox News and all mainstream media and he was getting about three four million views I'm putting that in perspective he's gone independent and he's got 340 million views blowing everyone out of the water talking about well look at this Argentina's next president and this guy is winning big -time you saw those crowds who is he well Tucker traveled to Buenos Aires to speak to him and find out and we of course hear it simply Bitcoin have covered Malay quite a bit but very exciting stuff an amazing conversation very base and before we get into that now Malay you got to understand they kind of do language a little different right so when he uses the the terms liberal he's referring to classical liberal like Bastia which is closer to libertarianism or anarcho capitalism if you'd like to say and when he refers to anything like socialism or communism of course they're all the same thing all statism and that's really the point that he's driving home is the fact that it's freedom versus the state and I love it until you fix the money for example a lot of Western democracies went full tyrannical regimes over the past few years and they're supposed to be democracies with representative government that is supposed to work in your best interest but I think we know the truth well let's get to it we're in downtown Buenos Aires the capital of Argentina this was once about a hundred years ago one of the richest cities in the world and you could tell as you walk around the fated grandeur of a once great city but this is now a desperate country its economy is in shambles has been for a long time Argentina famously defaulted on his debt more than 20 years ago but now hyperinflation has made this country genuinely desperate you see when you have dinner here in restaurants and people pull out bricks of local currency the peso to pay it feels like Weimar or Zimbabwe but it's not this is a developed country that's moving backwards at high speed and because of the frustration that has built up among the population particularly among poor people a man called Javier Miele is poised to become its next president he's a former soccer star goalie a performer in a Rolling Stones cover band and a libertarian economist he's not a libertarian in the traditional American sense he wouldn't fit into the Cato Institute he's libertarian in the traditional sense he believes people should have the maximum amount of freedom they can be given which is a lot much more than they now get in Argentina he has moved from basically nowhere in the last several years to become maybe the most famous person in this country the election is next month in October and once again it seems like he's likely to win he himself is a Bitcoin enthusiast right he jetted off to Argentina not for steak not for soccer but to meet the rock star economist and fellow Bitcoin advocate Javier Miele why do you think from your perspective you've become a man with no political background so popular so quickly in this country that in a cable con el hecho de que ese de huador de football a mismo tiempo ese do cantante rock -and -roll y ademas a soy economista y creo que esa combinación es una combinación attractive en terminos de producto televisivo pero por otra parte lo que también es importante el tema de las cídeas y argentina a pasicamente es un país que se va cien años abraçando las cídeas socialistas y entonces la revelión natural del sistema era ser libérales y es por eso que la revelión natural la parece siempre los jovenes y los jovenes encontraron alguien que man Miele from an 18 % poll prediction grabbing a 29 % victory in the primaries Miele maybe is unpredictable as a Bitcoin price chart and with hair that's probably more talked about than the latest thing what is that now like men in black aliens in Mexico or something and the guy is very based he's just gonna say what he thinks what he feels but Miele's boldness isn't limited to just critiquing the state but he also questioned the Pope talked about advising the orange guy and has many times advocated for Bitcoin is the future of financial freedom in short Javier Miele is making waves the Pope the current Pope is from Argentina I would think he would support you he has instead criticized you and you've called him a communist why the disconnect bueno primero porque el papa juega politica vente a si luma some papa donde tiene forte Ingenencia política ademostrado además una granda finidad con dictadores como Castro o como comaduro si restar el lado de de dictadores wait I'm sorry Raul Castro's a murderer si if you got to the minute at Rocesino but the Pope you believe the Pope has an affinity for Raul Castro si exacto si decho no los condena si repatante condescending de conesos y esta mien condescending de con la dictadora venesolana a si el condescending de con todos los discuiras a un cuando se verdaderos criminals toco el esos un problema prudemas es a lien que consider a que la justicia social un elemento central de desu vision y eso es muy complicado porque la justicia social case robar el fruit su trabajo una persona y dar ciudad otra en dos es implicado dos cosas una es un robo y el problema es que el robo esta encontra de lo que seniela los días mandamientos si ha valar la justicia sociales ha valar el robo por otando son problema de que está violando los días mandamientos el otro problema es que es un trato decíbal friende a la ley now me and myself I'm kind of against protectionist policies but Malay on the global stage he has a clear stance no deals with status so china lula unless it's about decentralized money of the future bitcoin probably don't bother knocking you've said that as president of argentina you will not do business with china de cho no solo no via certain negocios con china no via certain negocios con nimún comunista esir habar yo soy un defensor de la libertad de la paz y la demogracía lo comunista no entranay but also incredible beyond the politics and probably his bitcoin price checks who is this Javier Malay at heart well one thing he's a man whose phone screensaver is joy has no end and is as passionate about freedom the austrian economic community as he is about bitcoin and decentralization no no no no no no when you talk about and live according to your conscience you don't have me because you know what is the definition of this personal me you know that when you are in the last moment or when you are in the constant pressure of being big you know what I mean? You know what I mean? You know what I mean? This will pass all over your life.
Fresh "Frankie" from Frankie Russo
"Begun to realize that with the changing the climate or as I believe the climate change that is being created by global warming I know a lot of you don't agree with that but there's certainly climate change that led has to less snow almost no snow anymore but lots more rain because in the words of sir Isaac Newton whatever goes up it's got to come down and remember the precipitation does not go past the ozone layer it eventually forms in clouds and it's gonna come down either is rain or if the weather is cold it tends not to get any longer in our region it'll come down as snow or ice or sleep but that's a rarity nowadays so now we get clobbered with of endless rounds rain good old -fashioned water and seem we to be overwhelmed like what are we gonna do with all this water the some pumps are moving it's collecting the catch basins are filled with flotsam jetsam gunk
A highlight from Interest Rate Hikes FINISHED?! (Crypto War NOT Over)
"Welcome to Discover Crypto! It is September 20th. It's 11 .30am. How are we all doing? We got Drew and AJ on the ones and twos today, folks. We're going to talk about the Fed. We're going to talk about what are they going to be saying with the interest rate hikes. And also we're going to be talking about Bitcoin and other cryptos. AJ, how are you doing today? I'm doing great, man. Another day in the life. Let's get it. Drew, how are you doing? Oh, just great. You know, can't complain. Well, you can. You can. You complain when you get home. You'd like, you know, just really vent to your two -year -old. Yeah, that's where I do it. Deezy, did you see the tweet that went out yesterday about the show I'm doing with from George from Cryptos R Us? What? Yeah, yeah. Yeah, he's with Blockchain Boy and Neutron. Joshua Jay. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. So we're all like, it's for crew, like, plus, you know, and basically we're all doing something different. I believe, like, Josh is doing like a news kind of show and Blockchain Boys. I'm not really sure what Blockchain Boys doing, but I know the videos are going to start coming out here pretty soon. We're still like brainstorming my concept, but I have a really good, like, rough idea of what I'm doing. But it's going to be really interesting to see how, like, where this goes. And I'm just fun to excited to do something different, you know? And I'm excited. We got Frankie Candles doing the charts today. I see Frankie getting ready in his neon square. He's in his, like, little neon area. I don't know if, oh, he can hear me. He's showing some recognition and anticipation of what Deezy is going to say next. Yeah, we saw the Donald Trump Jr. tweets. It looks like he got hacked. Also, Rob, you're popping it. Hey, we're going to see you back. Can't wait till you come back. All right, let's just get right into crypto. Marc Kepson's Drew is done. Am I too tall? Am I too tall? Too tall for the camera? Look, I got to stand. I got to do these shows a lot, you know? I take the shoes off. So I shrink, you know? They come in. I'm like 6 '11", and I take the shoes off. Then I drop back down to 6 '3". I got the Tom Cruise lifts. All right, Bitcoin is falling a little bit, folks. We were in the green this morning when I first woke up. Now we are down 0 .6%, and Ethereum is down 1 .3%. But XRP looks pretty good. XRP is up. It is up 0 .8 % on the day so far. Meanwhile, Cardano, I woke up this morning. It was up, but now it's down. It is down 0 .7%. Dogecoin down 1 .3%. TonCoin finally cooling off a little bit for the week here. It is down 1 .2%. Litecoin has taken a little bit of a beating, folks. Litecoin is down 5%. We talked about Litecoin a little bit yesterday on ATB. I highly recommend you check that out after this stream. All right, let's look at the top gainers. Then we're going to look at the top losers. You know, I have a streak of keeping my coins in the losers, but not today, folks. I'm feeling good. In fact, maybe I'll have a coin in the top 10. Who knows? All right, here we have Caspa leading the way. Caspa is just on fire, folks. The people who bought Caspa at $0 .01, $0 .02, looking good. Just put in a higher high too. You got past that last one, yep. All right, we are now above a nickel, and it looks like maybe price discovery mode for a Caspa. XDC is up 4 .3%. Maker is up. Radix is up. Aave is up. I have a coin in the ties. A little Solana. I think maybe I have some Arbitrum. Maybe. I'm not even sure I have to check. Then we have, you know, XRP is up 0 .8%. We got gold. Gold's moving to the upside. The graph moving to the upside, even though Bitcoin and ETH are down. Okay, so it's not all blood in the streets, but hopefully, it's not going to be blood in Deasy's wallet, guys. And again, I promise you, I do not check this ahead of time. I kind of like being surprised. I like discovering it with you. So let's discover cryptos, Deasy's coins in here. I'm looking good today. All right, I don't know how long the streak has been continuing. I don't know when's the last. I think I last held Litecoin in 2021. Never had Thor, Phrax, eCash, or I know Frankie likes to trade Adam. I like to trade Eve. So maybe we'll talk to him about the Adam is falling 4 % here. Litecoin down 5%. Thor chained down 5%. Any of these coins, you know, peak it. Well, if you go at it, I do have two in the top 10. I got two in the top 10. Just, you know, just to make it feel good. But any of these screaming at you here? Yeah, Thor, Litecoin, Phrax. Not surprised really to see. I mean, everything kind of came up yesterday. I'm still kind of sticking to the theory that the pump we're seeing could possibly be a bull trap. I think, you know, when we get into the FOMC news, the pauses that is likely coming is going to be bullish for the sentiment. I'm just still like kind of macro worried based off of the stock market sharks. Actually, the Algorand, you know, down 2 .8%. That one's kind of obviously yelling at me a little bit. I have a theory coming up, but I'm not going to say it right now. But I'm making a video about it, about Algorand. So stay tuned for that. OK, so you're going to create more? I'm going to create more. I create more crypto content every day and some of it's about Algorand. But I like how it's a period. Create more. No exclamation point. Just create. It's more like create more. Oh, OK. Great. More. Great. Great. Yeah. All right. Well, we're going to create some stories here about the feds. What are they doing? I don't know if we've ever had an article from this news organization. ABC. Shout out to Mickey Mouse and the Disney crew here. Fed to decide on a rate hike. Testing optimism about a soft landing as inflation rises again. Upon announcing the Fed Reserve's latest rate hike decision in July, Jerome Powell spoke out a lectern in Washington, DC for a half hour before he dropped a bombshell. The Central Bank staff has abandoned its forecast of a recession. Staff at the Fed, in other words, now expect the Central Bank to achieve a soft landing, an outcome in which the US brings down inflation while avoiding a downturn. Inflation has ticked up for two consecutive months, reversing some of the progress made in the effort to bring price increases down to normal levels. Meanwhile, oil prices have soared, threatening to push inflation even higher. Well, they got like moving ads. Whoa, whoa, what's going on here? Calm down, ABC. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg expect the Fed to leave its benchmark interest rate unchanged, affording policymakers time to weigh their next move as a rapid series of previous rate hikes take full effect. I was looking at Caleb Franzen's tweets. We're at 99 % on the prediction market unchanged today, right? Have you been looking at the, when is the next one? Is it November? I can pull the calendar. I'm pretty sure it's the end of October. I think it's like maybe on Halloween. Let me double check. Oh, on Halloween is going to be spooky. Okay, Drew, are you going to give out candy this Halloween? Absolutely. You know, but actually I'll be doing candied apples. Okay, I'm going to be giving out pamphlets on inflation to children. Yeah, you know, you could have got Reese's pieces, but blame Jerome Powell. You can take advantage of the time and the season to teach your children about tax. Tax them. Like attacking kids for their pillowcases of candy? Taxing them heavily. Yeah, take 33 % of every Snickers bar they get. That's right. Yeah, that's just the way it is. Why wait? Welcome to America, you know? And yeah, the next FOMC is October 31st, November 1st, so. Okay, okay. October 31st. All right, all right. Halloween, what's Jerome Powell going to dress up as? Alex from A Clockwork Orange. Pat, do you want us to dress up on the channel? I might be willing to dress up in a costume. I might be willing. You know, every - I could break out the green spandex, go old school. You know, every Halloween, AJ disappears and a Mr. Meeseeks just shows up. Okay, I heard existence is pain though. Existence is pain. We're not fumbling around for meaning here, Deezy. All right. Well, I'm fumbling around for this rate of inflation. It eases slightly 6 .7 % despite the oil prices surging. You know, like we said, I think the oil is going to be a leading indicator, so inflation will trickle down from the oil prices. If you want to think about it, it's going to cost more money to get those bananas to drive from point A to point B because they're going to have to spend more in the gas tank. This is going to be - It's just give it a while, let it roll out to the rest of the economy. Namely, food. Oil prices really, really like to impact food prices a couple months down the line. Well, we're looking at the ONS as the Office for National Statistics, and they said the consumer price index measure slowed in the 12 months to August from the 6 .8 figure reported the previous month thanks to food rising at a weaker pace during the month compared to August 22. During the X minute, I have a tweet about Canadian food prices, and I just kind of look at where they've gone over the past 20 years. It is shocking. It is shocking. I used Bard. I was like, this doesn't feel right for the price. I went to a Canadian grocery store, and I went low. I went low. There's expensive eggs and cheap eggs. I typed in the cheap egg price. It was still very scary. All right, well, we have predictions. Jerome Powell's got his ideas. You notice I was thinking about this BlackRock. What is BlackRock thinking about all this? BlackRock and others predict the Fed's next move. What does it mean for Bitcoin though? According to Marilyn Watson, is a BlackRock's head of global fundamental income strategy. The central bank's federal funds target rate will remain roughly the same until the end of the year going through its September, November, and December meetings. For the record, I think the economic data has consistently surprised to the upside, she said. That includes GDP, the unemployment rate, and the labor market. Beware, beware of recession. The analyst has previously argued that Bitcoin's price is macroeconomic determined by conditions, including its four -year cycles, which I am still a firm believer in for this cycle. Might be less of an effect of the previous one, but I'm still a believer in the four -year cycle, going to push Bitcoin to the new high. I do think we'll set in a new all -time high. I don't think we're going to hit a quarter million dollars in two years, but I think we're going to flirt with $100K, which they do not believe are related to the Bitcoin halving. So they're saying the four -year cycle is not related. I don't know what they're saying here. Risk assets go lower in recessions. So I'd expect Bitcoin would not perform well in that environment. It has not seen a real recession in its existence. It was birthed out of a recession, but yeah, hasn't really gone through one from the beginning stages to the end there. Yeah, there's never been a Bitcoin bull run during a phase of quantitative tightening. We've always been quantitatively easing the money supply anytime Bitcoin goes up into the right. And that obviously is what it takes. I think they're kind of leaning into if we're in a recession, and that lines up with the four -year cycle. But just so far, we're three for three with the having idea playing out. And the trend hasn't broken yet, so that's why I always say sticking to November 25 as a benchmark, but that's just a benchmark. It could be behind that. It could be in front of that. We don't have a crystal ball, but we can go off the pattern that we've seen before. All right. Well, speaking of quantitative tightening, we also have calfskin tightening, the tightest calfskin in the entire world. I don't care if you have a baby cow jacket for an extra small on an 800 -pound man, there is no tighter calfskin than the man I'm looking at right now. That is Frankie Candles. Frankie Candles, welcome back. How's it doing? Does it feel good? It feels good. The calfskin is tight, and so is Bitcoin's price action. But yeah, I don't want to waste time here. Let's go ahead and jump right into the charts here. Now, here we are. Now, obviously, I talk about this all the time. I don't typically trade on newsdays like this. It is usually a complete washing machine. Usually the shorts get wrecked, then the longs get wrecked, or the longs get wrecked, and then the shorts get wrecked. So I don't typically trade. Now, I am in a few trades right now. I am in this Bitcoin long right now. I have profits locked in on this trade and my stop loss is at my entry. So kind of how I am playing this today is I'm going to be holding my long. I am long from about $25 ,000 to $50 ,000 just below this range. And again, I have taken profits on that stop loss at break even. And then I am also in a short position from somewhere up here. I am slightly in profit on the short position. So I am long up and now I am in this small short position that is in slight profit. However, this is kind of how I'm playing this today, DZ. Because basically, like I said, I never recommend people trade on these newsdays just because of the complete unpredictable volatility that you're likely to see. Now, the last FOMC meeting, I believe, was on the 25th, 26th of July. I believe someone could correct me if I'm wrong on that. But we actually have seen a few FOMC meetings where we didn't really have too much happen. And I've been telling people that we are likely in that kind of boring accumulation phase of the bear market. A lot of times, if you go back to at least the 2017 or 2018, 2019 bear market, we had that bear market rally. And once we topped off at that point, we kind of just bled out. And for the most part, if you kind of just ignore this panic wick from March of 2020, which was obviously a Black Swan event, we kind of just wiggled sideways. We got that big bear market rally, we topped off, bled out a little bit, and then we just kind of went sideways again with the exception of that panic wick. And I do think we are in somewhat of a similar situation here where the rest of this bear market may not be the most exciting thing ever. But for today, basically how I'm handling this, DZ, is I'm going to be kind of...
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"Hey, BitSquad. It's TJ. We received the following video from Ben today. While it does not address all of the issues that led to Ben's removal, we believe it does shed some light on some of those issues. Ben has asked us to share this video with you now. Hey, guys. This is not the easiest video that I ever had to make by any stretch of the imagination, and I've got a couple words on a piece of paper. This is all from the heart. I got some topics that I want to cover. Is that serious? That was not... I guess as a comic relief, we all need it at this moment. You have to laugh until you cry. So, we... First, I'm sorry. Sorry, BitSquad. I know I let people down. I know that. I put my family down. I've let the BitSquad down. I've let everybody down. I failed. I was so strong for so long. I've been at rock bottom before. I know what it feels like. I'm there again. So... The word relapse is an interesting word because think I the way I interpret it and the way other people may have interpreted it are not the same. I haven't done cocaine. I haven't done meth. I haven't done drugs like that. Didn't relapse. But I've been taking diet pills, and I've been taking some steroids, some stuff that I thought was helping me. It helped me get my body in shape. You guys know I was very out of shape. I was doing everything I can to try to do the best. And, you know, the thing is, is that I guess I was acting crazier than I thought I was. And these things were affecting me more than I thought they were. And everybody around it could see me, and I just couldn't see it. And obviously, a lot of people know at this point. And if you don't, you're going to know now. I had an affair. I did. And I know that I have a family brand. That's my brand. And this is my family. And I had an affair, and it went on for a while. And, you know, the other person is not a bad person. I want to say that. I take full responsibility for all of this. And, you know, what sets family more than staying together when you go through something like this? And we're going to stay together. Yeah, well, I love him so much. And has, everyone all couples go through hard times. And I believe in redemption, and I believe in hope. And I fully believe that Ben and I, we've invested too much in our relationship for either one of us to walk away. So we are committed to making us a priority and and becoming coming out a lot stronger as a couple and ultimately as a family. Yeah. So we're going to work through this. It's going to be really hard. It's going to be really hard for my kids. I'm sorry to them. I'm very sorry I let them down. I just think at the end of the day, my perspective of what was going on was probably not accurate. The truth may be somewhere in the middle, but the fact is, is that I've messed up and I can't make an excuse for an affair. I can't make an excuse for it. Absolutely cannot. And I said a lot of things about the people that work with me. And like I said, this is me looking at it from my perspective. From their perspective, things were different. And they didn't want to talk to me about this. People haven't wanted to talk to me about it. They've known for a while. And they just, it felt like when I got confronted about it that I was ambushed. That's how it felt. It felt to me I was ambushed. My company, I built it in a way that I'm not in total control of it. I'm not. There are things I can do legally. There are things I can do to fight. But at the end of the day, if I want to save BitBoy Crypto, channel you guys' love, or you love to hate one or the other, if I'm going to save it, then I've got to give in. I have to vote. And I have to go and work with these people. And I want to save it. We have a lot of brands. Just so we have many more, but we have Vumio, BitBoy Academy, Crucial Crypto, Hit Network. We have Frankie Candles. Frank's great. I love Frank. I still love Frank. And there's a lot. There's a lot here. There's a lot to save. And the fact is, nobody probably in history has made more millionaires than this channel made in the last bull run. We're going to do it again. So you have to decide whether your forests are against us. I had said some things about Justin and TJ and Allison and Nick Demondi and other people that I was giving you from my perspective. And I don't know. I haven't got to talk to them yet. We're going to sit down and talk, I believe, and try to get all this straightened out. But, you know, all of our brands, all of our brands that we have are amazing. There's no better Academy than BitLab Academy. There just isn't. It's phenomenal. Kelly does such an unbelievable job. Our newsletter, Dana works on that. Unbelievable. And content goes into that newsletter. Frankie, one of the best TA guys out there. Hit Network, we have tons of channels under that. We have Around the Blockchain, though. I started, we incubated on my channel. We have a new show that we're going to be debuting at some point. And Vumio, like, look, when it comes to FT platforms, like, there's not going to be a better platform than Vumio. Justin and I have talked. I've talked to Justin. Me and Justin, we, I think we came to an understanding. You know, we do love each other. We've been friends for 15 years. We've been friends for 15 years. And I know he cares about me. And I care about him and his family. And sometimes when you're in business and you're in the heat of the battle, you forget the things that are really important. What's really important are the people that are around you. How do you treat them? Vumio is going to do amazing. Vumio is going to be the NFT platform. I told you guys in the beginning, when we got involved in this, it was going to be the platform. It's going to take out OVNC. We didn't know somebody else was going to take it out first. But when Vumio comes out, you're not going to see an NFT platform that's going to be able to touch it. And yes, NFTs are down, and they seem like they're dead. But they're not. They'll come back. Crypto seems like it's dead in just one pump. And all of a sudden, everybody's interested again. And so we're all going to get through this. We're going to get through this together. I just ask you guys not to turn your back on me. I do care about everybody. I care a lot. I care about crypto adoption. I care about Bitcoin. I care about making Bitcoin the moment that brings in the adoption. And as bad as this situation is, and it's really, really freaking bad, way more people are going to know about crypto after this, I believe. So, you know, a sacrifice for crypto adoption for you guys, that was a joke. I have to be. That's all I have. They're my jokes. That's it. But I love you all. And I don't know how long I'll be gone for. I don't know. A week, a month, I don't know. But I'm going to come back. I'm going to come back sooner than ever. As a normal fighter, I'll continue to fight. I love you guys. People ask me why not.
A highlight from GREATEST Indicator For Crypto Trading Gains! (How To Use Market Cipher)
"What is going on everybody? My name is Frankie candles and in today's video I want to give you guys a really really simple tutorial on my favorite indicator and that is market cipher B But before we get into it guys Don't forget to hit that subscribe button smash the like and click that notification bell And if you're not following my channel Frankie candles Definitely head over to the description and click that link and go follow for some of the best sauce you'll ever have So guys here we are on the Bitcoin weekly chart and obviously there are no indicators here So let's go ahead and bring up market cipher B Now I do want to point out this is just one piece of the multiple tools that come within the market cipher trading suite And this is specifically market cipher B They also have market cipher a which gives you signals on top of your candlesticks Obviously market cipher B is your oscillator which really crams a bunch of different indicators into one and makes it super easy to read That's why I love it, but they also have the DBSI which gives you strength Represented by numbers on the top or bottom of your candle So for instance, the higher number would be the stronger number that pushes price in the opposite direction So if you have a 16 on the top versus a negative 5 that strong 16 is going to step on that negative 5 and push right down But in this video guys, I'm not gonna cover every single aspect of market cipher I'm gonna focus on market cipher B as that is the main tool that I really use for my analysis So as we dive in here guys I'm gonna pull this up full screen and just break down all the different aspects of this indicator so guys I've removed everything except for the momentum waves and this part of the indicator represents well momentum and I mainly use this to find my Divergences and if you guys don't know what a divergence is I will briefly explain it at the end of the video to show you guys how I actually use market cipher to enter trades But for the most part guys if we pull back up our chart here momentum waves Generally just represent where momentum is headed and this is basically the main part of the indicator What I like to do when looking at momentum is just look at general direction So you could see we have our zero line right in the middle of these two waves. You could see right here This is the zero line and then you have waves above the zero line and below the zero line and when you're looking at this you would generally want to see momentum either heading to the upside or Heading to the downside and you basically want to be looking at multiple waves So you can see here if you were to connect the peaks of these momentum waves You can generally see that momentum is heading out Right and then on the opposite end of that you could see right here. Your momentum is generally trending to the upside so when you see momentum waves making higher lows and generally trending towards the upside you would anticipate a Potential move on price in that direction and you can see here the momentum waves on the bottom of market cipher B We're trending up and you can even connect a dot all the way back here but Generally, your momentum is making higher lows indicating price may continue to trend to the upside and you can see right here Right on that last momentum wave you wound up getting a pretty big move up in the bull run of 2021 and then very very similarly you could see that your momentum is starting to creep out here as we peaked out in March of 2021 on our first top of the bull run. You can see these momentum waves We were making higher highs meaning that we may be able to continue to the upside which we wound up doing But then once you start putting in these lower highs This is showing you that momentum is coming to the downside that would make you anticipate a move down on your price action And then boom you get that move down and then you come down for a little momentum wave You just have one little well you just have one little wave down here before printing a green dot and coming back to the upside and if you're looking at this All in one big range of price action You can notice that your momentum is generally making lower highs which at this top you would be looking at your price action and saying To yourself. Well, hey price came back up but we are peeking out here with this momentum wave and it is a lower high from this wave back here and That would mean that momentum is generally trending to the downside So you would expect a move down and that is exactly what you get now Like I said, one of the main things that I look for on the momentum waves is I basically use these to find my divergences Which is one of the main signals that I use to enter and exit trades and you can use this on any time frame Just remember that the signals on the higher time frames are likely going to be a bit stronger than the ones on the lower time Frames and if you guys stick around till the end of the video I'm gonna talk about how you could have used market cipher B to Realize that this was actually going to be a big top and what the warning signs on market cipher B were that we were going To get this big move down which wound up being the bear market of this year and last year You'll also notice we have red and green dots here guys Simply put you can think of these as buy and sell signals But I want to be very clear You do not just want to trade based off these red and green dots because you have situations like this Where it gets a little bit choppy and you start printing red dot green dot red dot green dot and you would just get chopped Up and wrecked when you're just trading based off those signals But they can help you find bottoms and the tops you just want to realize that you don't want to trade solely based off these Signals you want to incorporate them with other things because again you do play that red dot green dot sometimes Right here if you just shorted that red dot you would have gotten absolutely roasted So you definitely want to use other forms of ta as well and you want to confirm these red dots with other stuff But they are useful and again I'll show you why at the end of the video when I show you Kind of how you could have sniped this as the top of the bull market So as you guys know if you watch this channel or the Frankie candles YouTube channel You will know that money flows one of the biggest things that I look at and the reason for that is because it's extremely reliable Basically money flow indicates money entering or leaving the asset, but it also indicates the longer -term trend So if you are looking for you know a lot of people were expecting the bull market to begin around this area as that is near where the having was happening and The fact that we crossed over into the green with our money flow on a time frame like the weekly which is a very high time frame So remember the higher the time frame the stronger the signal this crossover into the green would indicate a potential long term Uptrend and beginning you can see here again guys Not all indicators and not all ta is gonna be a hundred percent, right? So you want to use other forms of ta so you don't wind up getting false signals or anything like that But you can see you get that money flow crossover into the green and we did get a little move up before getting you know A black swan event which nobody can predict that was March of 2020 I think you guys know what was going on there other than that unpredictable dump to the downside This money flow remained in the green and what happened after that money flow Generally we started a massive uptrend so to keep things short and simple money flow indicates the longer -term trend and You can also see this as money comes in enters the asset price comes up you go into a big green wave Right and then as you come here to make your second peak you make multiple lower highs on your money flow wave and this would Indicate well, hey, what I like to do is draw a trend line Well, hey if this is generally trending to the downside It might be time for price to get a cool off and you can see as money flow continue to trend out here we started to bleed to the downside right and then you get the crossover into the red right about here and Well, well, well that was essentially the beginning of this massive bear market Some people say that the news moves the price I say show me the chart and I'll tell you the news, right? So I that is basically money flow there guys.
A highlight from $BEN To $.01! (Big Update)
"Move your to a DeFi wallet. A DeFi wallet would be a Coinbase wallet, not a Coinbase exchange, a trust wallet. Oh, my God. I saw these thumbnails from this guy. Here's his channel. Here's his channel. I'll blow his channel real quick. I'm subscribed. I've been subscribed the whole time. I didn't just subscribe just now. But he does a lot of cool videos, and he's been a big supporter of BenCoin. And so we want to bring him. He's going to be coming on regularly a few times a week, talking about BenCoin. So, beliefs, if you've already subscribed to the channel now, you got millions of subscribers. Let's talk about BenCoin. What do you got today for our BenCoin update? What you got? Alright. So, there was an AMA yesterday. The AMA was held in the chat. And in that chat, the liquidity is basically unlocking on September 16th, so it's going to be a lot of movement, a lot of action before you move to September 16. Then we're going to have liquidity unlocked, and then shortly after that, we're going to have the v2 launch. When that v2 launches, that's going to be a... Look, that's a giant catalyst for anybody. And we can't talk price action, but we can mention price action. I think it's going to be a very big catalyst for the project overall. Then you have less... I want to say there's less than 100 million, billion, trillion tokens. I think that the supply is going to be down just a little bit less than what people had originally expected. I know a lot of people had some wild ideas about how much the tokens supply, and I believe that... I would think that a penny, a dime, a dollar, whatever number we go with, I hope you guys are kind of putting it in that range. So, when we get to 10 billion market cap, every token is worth a dollar or something like that. Hint, hint on the supply for people who are looking. And the most important thing is you got a little time to get ready. We're looking at something that would make a penny very possible. That's what I'm saying. Really more on the penny than the dollar range. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That would be a nice one because that's one of those things, the motivating factor for a lot of people who are getting into tokens. They want to see a value. And the large token supply, that was a trick of mean coins, and this is not a mean coin. So, let's move on from that to a lower token supply. The important thing for everybody is know that it move your Bencoins to a DeFi wallet. DeFi wallet would be a Coinbase wallet, not a Coinbase exchange, a trust wallet. Do we have a sponsor here that I'm supposed to promote here? MetaMask? Today, the show is brought to everybody by ClearSell and Proactiv due to the zit on my forehead, but you can't move your, but you cannot, you can move ClearSell to Ben. I need that, but you can't move Bencoin to ClearSell. Thank you. No. Yeah, and I think that zit identifies as pus and filled. Yeah, that's true. That's why our guy, Bleeze. This guy's funny. This guy has made me laugh more times on this show than Tim has ever made me laugh. Well, it's because Tim's always trying to maintain a very serious show, and that's why everybody hates Tim, but everybody loves Bleeze. Yeah, Tim, you suck. Yeah, Tim sucks. Yeah, sorry. Sorry, Tim. Gosh. Bleeze and I are actually joined together, and we're going to overthrow you, Tim. That's what we're going to do. It's a race. It's a race at this point. It's a race. It's a race. So, now, now, Bleeze, what is going on? Do you have anything for the chart to talk about? Do you know how to pull the chart up on here on, do you have, you know how to share the screen on here? Yeah. Okay, perfect. Got it. Share it with you. And I keep mine simple. I don't do that Frankie Candles crazy stuff. Yeah, no, I don't either. Where I have all kinds of different levels. It's pretty simple the way this chart works and the way it works right now. So you can basically see that, I mean, you're trading and we're on an hourly chart, by the way. Not the most reliable, but it is what we're tracking it with. And I mean, you can see where this descending channel, the descending channel has been going on for a long period of time. There will be a breakout and my expectations, I just deleted it, but I think 45 and maybe 54 are going to be the next big levels that we can possibly bounce off of right in this little range right here. If we get something, there's going to be a motivating factor that's going to come at some point. Otherwise, I think we just kind of range through here, hopefully continue to use this level as a modicum of support. But then, there will be a big move. And then when we get to V2, which again, less than, I mean, it really looks like it's less than a month away. I can't give anything away because I don't know like everybody else, but I think that when that reversal comes, when that V2 opens up, I think we're going to see a massive sort of run. So I think in the meantime, this is the perfect opportunity for anybody to kind of accumulate right in the inch here between 3000 and wherever it drops. I mean, this is one of those moments where I think Ben and I the other day were arguing on Twitter about whether it's going to go to a billion or a 10 billion market cap. So there's very big expectations and there are very big ideas about what is going to happen with Bencoin. Be everywhere now. Expect that this is going to be at the forefront of mass adoption. There's a lot of different resources that can't be talked about until this launch happens. Guys, I'm always right. That's my logo. That's my slogan. So just believe me, I'm always right. And get ready for a moonshot. I think this is really going to have something in it, something in the tank that's going to take us off to a new level. So if you haven't already, make sure you subscribe to me. Of course, obviously. But, yeah, we're going to be killing it pretty soon. So I think if you haven't already, at least go look at the charts. Go check it out. Maybe we should post a contract link or something like that in the description of the video. And let's see what happens here. But I believe we're going to have something happen. Absolutely. Well, thank you so much for joining us, guys. Make sure to go check him out. He's going to be coming on a couple or a few times a week. Going forward. So this is our Bencoin guy. Now, who can you learn more about Bencoin from than anybody else? It's obviously me. But also beliefs. But also beliefs. So, yeah. Yeah, exactly. So you guys make sure you follow me because this is our guy. I mean, look, a lot of YouTubers, they talked about Bencoin in the beginning. They kind of retreated from it. Very few people have actually seen the vision. I believe they've seen the vision. And he knows where we're going. And it's an exciting place. So thanks for joining us. And we'll have you back on next week. I'm going to be gone for the next two days, of course. And we'll get that set up. Enjoy Denver. And we'll talk to you again soon. Alright. Thanks. See you. Bye. I like that guy.
A highlight from DOGE Explosion Coming! (Binance FUD Continues)
"We are here in Bahamas, we are going to make it right. If you became a millionaire, would you keep working? The commander is here. What's going on right now is California is trying to figure out What is going on, everybody? Welcome to BitBoy Crypto. I'm coming out of the ceiling. Why? Because I'm ready for crypto to be up at the top. Everybody, it is Tuesday, Wednesday, August 23, it is 923. It is 1132. Thank you for joining, everybody. Make sure you go ahead and hit that like button. Let's go ahead and get this video trending in the algorithm. So when you click that live, you're going to see BitBoy Crypto. We got to talk about the markets. We're going to talk about DOGE. What is Elon saying about DOGE? We got some XRP news. Binance FUD looks like we got back above $212 right there. Also, we're going to be talking to Frankie Candles later. Got to love Frankie. And SPF. And what's he eating because of his vegan diet? Surprising. Surprising, folks. Ben's going to be here in like 100 seconds, or maybe even 10 seconds, maybe even 3 seconds.
A highlight from Elon CRASHES Bitcoin Again!? (The Details Will Shock You)
"We are right here in the Bahamas. We are going to make it right. If you became a millionaire, would you keep working? The commander is here. What's going on right now is California's trying to figure out something that popped my butt. Oh, I can. One of the BitSquad, the largest and greatest crypto community in all the Interwebs, is Friday, August 18th, and Bitcoin's crashing. It's dumping. Why is the background green, Tim? BJ? Positive because people bought some really good prices. Okay, I actually bought a little on around the blockchain morning stream. I bought two altcoins. I bought some Chainlink. I bought some Algorand. What should my third altcoin DCA target be? You said, wait, what was the first two? Algorand. Link and Algo. I picked up some more XRP and MATIC last night. Ooh, you got some of that 50 -cent XRP. Yes. Okay, I'm thinking about CASPA. I'm thinking about CASPA. Interesting. Alright, let's talk about Bitcoin is crashing, folks. The markets are down. Things are bleeding. It's not looking great, folks. We're going to go to refresh because we might have taken another leg down. Yeah, yeah, it was actually saying 5 .4 % earlier, and now we're saying down 6%. So the crypto market cap is now below $1 .1 trillion, coming in at $1 .096. Let's see, 24 -hour volume is way up there, usually about $50 billion. Now, we're coming in at $120 billion. Bitcoin dominance fell a little bit, I believe. Yeah, 46 .9 now to 46 .4. And ETH dominance gained a little bit, now coming in at 18 .3. But gas still relatively low, coming in at 42 Gwei. So you can still make some moves, and it's not going to cost you an arm and a leg there. Bitcoin falling 7 .8%. We're going to have Frankie on the charts pretty soon. He's going to help us step away from the window ledge. We also have Ethereum down 5 .4%. Keep going. XRP, it is down. It is down massively, folks. It is now down to 12 .7 % on the 24 -hour to $0 .50 .8. $0 .50 XRP. When did you end up buying some? $0 .50, yeah. Obviously, $0 .43 would have been great. But by the time I convinced a great wife, I talked about on Investing Brothers this morning, you guys need to get a wife like my wife, Taylor. I went to her last night, Deezy. I said, hey, babe, crypto just crashed. Can we go take some money and go buy more? I'm thinking $2 ,000. She says, why $2 ,000? Why not $5 ,000? There you go. Alright, that's a good wife right there. Frank, can you give me a nod if you can hear me? We got Frank in the wings. Frank, it might be worth looking at XRP in dollars and XRP in Bitcoin. So we have peeled off all of the gains, but have we gained or lost Satoshi's nice little ledger? I don't know. Maybe you got some awesome stuff. I don't know. I'm trying to lead you to the water. He's already got freaking flowing fountains. Alright, let's see. We keep looking here. Cardano, it is actually overperformed. It is only down 2 .5%. Let's just go ahead and look. As far as gainers, I think we have Injective. Optimism is up a little bit. XDC is up a little bit, but nothing is really moving except for Injective is up 9%. A lot of stablecoins up there. A lot of stablecoins. Deezy, Mr. Technology says serious levels from the show yesterday were close to all time highs. Will we see a reversal with Deezy today? With the show yesterday as far as concurrent viewers? No, the serious levels. The seriousness of the show.
A highlight from How To Make Millions In Crypto Even When Price Is Boring!
"What is going on everybody? Welcome back to the channel. My name is Frankie Candles and in this video I want to talk about how you can make a ton of money in crypto without waiting for the bull run We're talking crypto gains regardless of price action if that sounds good to you hit that like button subscribe to the channel and Watch until the very end of this video because I've got the sauce on YTA changes everything when it comes to crypto trading Let's get into it This Is the number one trick in predicting markets I'm gonna give it to you here in the first minute of this video So here it is technical analysis is based on probabilities at any time We're looking at the charts. It can absolutely be said that the next move could go in either direction It's that dreaded saying it could go up it could go down that nobody wants to hear but that's because they're not hearing it correctly Ta is about collecting information and deciding what is most likely going to happen next That's what I'm teaching over on the Frankie candles YouTube channel and the candle mafia is taking it all the way to the bank So before we go any further, make sure you hit that subscribe button smash the like and click that notification bell So let's get into why probability is so important and how you can use it to make money to do that We've got a hit rewind and revisit some of the times when the market could have gone either way and ta gave us a map When we were in uncharted waters, the first stop on our trip back to the future of crypto is April of 2022 Bitcoin just had a huge double top that took six months to complete We got to almost $60 ,000 the first time and then 69 at the second top on November 8 2021 The Grinch stole some of our crypto gains in December and by April Everyone was wondering when the bull market was going to restart Prices had cooled off to 40k and a lot of people wanted to see a moonshot to at least $100 ,000 many people were calling for that number on YouTube and crypto news and even in the mainstream media expert predictions mostly agreed that $100 ,000 would be the top for Bitcoin and I know I wanted to believe it as well But one thing was holding me back and I'll tell you about that in a second crypto would capture the attention and investment capital of the masses it seemed Unstoppable like maybe the four -year cycle was gonna break and we'd see a super cycle for Bitcoin it seemed possible that if Bitcoin regained momentum it could get to a hundred K or even smash through that to $300 ,000 some were even calling for a million but guys in all this positive sentiment there was something that caused me to go against the grain and say what no one wanted to believe at the time and that was The bear market may be coming up sooner than we thought the reason for me thinking this was that I spotted a blood diamond Starting to pop up on the weekly timeframe for Bitcoin now If you don't know what a blood diamond is Simply put it's just a very bearish signal and when you have a bear signal like that on a high timeframe like the weekly it Could be catastrophic from super cycle dreams to bear market dread. I can't say my opinion was very popular at the time I got absolutely Roasted in the comments But let's go back and define what a super cycle is and why everyone thought it would happen Bull and bear markets are written into the Bitcoin code They're there to catalyze the price making sure we don't get too bored and that the value increases over time That's how incentives to secure the network keep going and ultimately how Bitcoin stays alive as you know The bull market is triggered by the Bitcoin having when block rewards are slashed and there's a supply shock less Bitcoin becoming newly available makes it harder to get and Price only has one place to go and that is up a super cycle in Bitcoin would mean skipping the bear market Entirely and a lot of people were calling for that in April of 2022 when it looked like we were getting just a pullback And there have been super cycles in things like global commodities coin desks crypto news roundup for April 21st 2022 was talking about faster mainstream crypto adoption Spearheaded by German institutions and bullish news of bitcoins three -day price rally in April of 2022 people were googling things Like what crypto will soar in 2022 or what's the next crypto to explode in 2022 in? Retrospect the answer to all of those questions were none of them But at the time everyone felt mega bullish and like I said before I would have loved to see a super cycle to all that Positive sentiment and investor attention and crypto was the bull case the maybe it goes up half of the argument But the blood diamond showed me that even though everyone was so bullish It could actually go down low enough even to start the bear market And this is exactly what I was talking about on the live stream at the time when I was getting absolutely roasted That's when I started telling everyone Hey I know we've got Tom Brady headlining FTX Snoop Dogg is buying up NFTs and a board eight yacht club hit an all -time high Floor price of 128th on April 30th, but there's a pretty good chance that we could go down That's the thing with ta Monkey pictures were the same price as a two -story house couldn't have really gotten more bullish than that And sure we could have gone up from there But the ta was pointing to a Molotov cocktail coming our way of interest rate hikes from the Fed the Luna collapse followed by FTX Three hours capital Celsius and the whole gamut of insolvent exchanges and lending platforms I say this a lot in ta show me the charts and I'll tell you the news Although we didn't know what was next the chart showed us something might be brewing this happened again when FTX collapsed in November of 2022 but this time we were getting the signal in the opposite direction It was a total shock After all, it was a crypto company that seemed too big to fail and when it did everybody expected lower lows Don't forget FTX imploded after Luna collapsed Celsius froze withdrawals and exchanges were becoming insolvent Crypto had been hurt so badly already and it seemed like this news would push the price lower and a lot of people were looking At price targets such as 10k, which by the way, many people are still forecasting Once again, though the charts gave me the contradictory indication It looked like there was a possibility that we could be forming something called a bullish divergence on the weekly time frame Which a lot of times could mark the bottom if you're interested in how to spot these on the chart So you could take advantage of this stuff as well. Check out my youtube channel Frankie candles now This signal gave us the indication that price might want to start back in the upward direction It almost didn't make sense FTX owned a lot of digital asset and was connected to a lot of crypto projects and companies So why wouldn't it take crypto prices down with it? But the technicals were strong and I had to call something that no one expected not only could we go up but this could Potentially be the bottom of the bear market that was around when prices were at about seventeen thousand dollars Every good technical analyst will give a bull case and a bear case Reasons that price could go up or could go down the trick is really looking at the bear case and the bull case and then deciding what the more likely outcome is and going with a Trade plan that gives us the best shot at a win and that's how the candle mafia stays on top Which by the way, if you guys aren't a part of the candle mafia Don't forget to drop a sub on my channel Frankie candles. And with all that being said guys, that's all the time I got for this video.
A highlight from When Will Bitcoin And XRP Stop Falling? (SHIB About To Dump)
"Guys, historically, we have never, on Bitcoin, seen a red July that wasn't at least followed by a red August. We will keep going on here. You know, I want to start off with some SHIB TA just for you, Deezy. Hey, hey, let's pump my bag of $100 worth of SHIB. Out of curiosity, when did you purchase? I actually just pulled up Coinbase earlier today. I'm up like 4%. I think I got it last week. I think I just got it about a week ago. All right, well, I mean, anyone who purchased here back in June, you definitely have had a nice little rally going on. Someone clipped that. That was awesome. I'm sorry. Did you do a cool trick? I wasn't looking. It's all right. The moment's past. I got bad news for you, though, Deezy. Well, good news. You probably should look at taking profits at some point soon. The first thing I'm looking at right now, we do have a rising wedge on Shiba that traditionally breaks to the downside. There's a lot of things kind of coming in here saying we're a little overextended. Let's look. 4 -hour chart is what we're looking at here. I like using Sharp Prime. It is my favorite indicator to use, but everyone loves their own, so you'd use whatever works for you. Whenever you see this orange box on Sharp Prime, that is an overbought box. It did just flash here this morning. We are flowing up in the money flow, but we're getting a little overextended with our trend fusion. And of course, the RSI is coming up high. There's an outside chance it goes a little higher, but at the moment, if it does not, if we start seeing a pause in SHIB, you will see bearish divergence forming, and then you go out to the daily chart where we're also getting some reversal signals here. We've got a reversal red triangle right here and pulling up the dynamic reactor and trend assistant. We're coming into some strong rejection right with that rising level of rejection. And again, more often than not, rising wedges break to the downside. We're hitting resistance on several different things, so it's something to definitely keep your eye on. It's possibly time to take some profit. Last thing we can do is even take a look at some fib ranges from the last peak we had back in April down to what is currently the bottom. Right there, you're going to see the resistance coming in at 0 .5 on Fibonacci as well. Can we go to the left side of that green line? You see that green line form right there. Would you consider that a rising wedge that then led to a little parabolic? It's on the far left side of the TradingView screen you're looking at right now. Now it's over a little. You've changed the axis a little, but would you say that rising wedge led to that parabolic pump? Or is that just how the market was going? Rising wedge led to a parabolic...you mean a falling wedge? Go left, go left, move it to the left, slowly, slowly, slowly, right there. No, see that would actually be a time where it broke out the wrong direction. So rising wedges usually break to the downside. I'm sure if I were to go back and look at some news, something happened in August that pumped it. I was just asking, is that a rising wedge? That's a rising wedge that traditionally breaks to the downside. thesis So the I saw was the rising wedges typically break out to the upside. That's false. I don't know if this was typically. You just said he laid out some examples where it led to a parabolic run -up. And so I was going based off of that. But as you said, I do remember that typically they do break to the downside. So maybe you have something to check out with sheep. Because you see these rising wedges and then you see a little parabolic candle. So it's just an interesting coin that seems to play by its own rules on some levels. Yeah, you guys are wondering what he's talking about right here. It's not a rising wedgie. This is a rising wedge. And it's true. It is one. TA is never 100%. You're not going to find any technical analysts say that every single time you draw these formations, you get the same breakout. In this case, what you saw, I would actually kind of classify this, Deezy, as a little bit of a fake out. If you went back here, this is a rising wedge. We didn't hit the resistance. We broke through it, but then quickly dropped back into it. And take a look at this, what you're doing to predict what happens in price action. Come on now. You go from the opening of the wedge. You move that over to the breakout. And sure enough, that was the price action we ended up getting back down here a couple of months later. It took a while to play out. But it still played its route later on even after the fake out happened. We're going to briefly interrupt this. I just want to give a special shout out to our sponsor, Stake. Big shout out to Stake. We love them. So the same thing here, what I'm looking at. You know, you can't predict a false breakout, but you can start to sit here and say, based off how traders are trading this right now, it should move to the downside. And if it does break out at some point, let's just pretend maybe it breaks out somewhere over here. You're more than likely seeing another, should she be new, come down, what is that? One, two, three, four, five zeros, and then a six and a four follow it back down to levels we saw in June. It kind of matches with some other things that I believe about how the space is moving. Let's move over to Bitcoin this morning. Right now, I told you, short term, a little bullish on Bitcoin, but longer term still bearish. One of the things we just broke out on Bitcoin was a falling trading channel. So this is where the kind of micro bullishness comes in. Look at how we actually broke through the resistance, came back down, had some wicks drop below, but for the most part turned resistance into support. And now we're back trading within this flat range once again. So a short term pump back up to 29 .5 is definitely not out of the cards, but the macro, Deezy, this is where I get more concerned, especially when you go out towards two day and three day. You guys can see on oscillators, by the way, this is chart prime, but you're going to see the same thing if you go to normal oscillators, if you go to Market Cipher, if you go to Lux, whatever you're looking at, oscillators are dropping very rapidly. Money flow is dropping rapidly, and we're not oversold yet on these larger timeframes. I believe, Deezy, that we're going to continue to keep this former resistance level as support, but watch in this yellow box, I believe that a $28 ,000 price, Frankie talked about this yesterday, I think there's a chance we retouch this rising blue level of support later in August at $28 ,000, and then it's a decision time. Do we lose support at that point and drop down to $25 ,000 or lower, or do we make a bounce and try to set a new higher high? As I mentioned the other day, I did mention this yesterday briefly, not during the TA section, but just we were talking about price action in general. Let me go up to log chart here on Bitcoin. Guys, historically, we have never on Bitcoin seen a red July that wasn't at least followed by a red August. That one red August was in 2016, if I zoom in here just a little more for you guys, we had one more red month after a red July, and then we continue to rally, but you can see in 2011, that started a multi -month slide back in 2014, multi -month slide, and back in 2019, which the similarities between what we're seeing right now and 2019 continue to pile up. If we were to match it perfectly, we're not looking at a real bottom, not counting this COVID bottom that happened in March 2020, I'm more looking around this range of November, December, probably more November looking for a true bottom on Bitcoin. Ben talked about this yesterday, when you're looking at four -year cycle, it looks like November of this year more than likely should be the bottom, before a little bit of sideways action, which again, take out COVID and it would have been sideways. When you say the bottom, you mean 2023 bottom? I mean bottom for this, yeah you're right, not a new bear market bottom, but a new bottom for this little slump in Bitcoin price. I'm thinking somewhere between $25 ,000 to $20 ,000, I think if the bears get a lot of control, we're talking about $20 ,000, at the moment, I'm pretty convinced $25 ,000 will be touched once again by Bitcoin. The question is, does it happen here in the next couple weeks, or do we hold off till November? Either way, history would say, we technically have a green August right now, but after setting a red July, you do not see August turn green, and a lot of times you see August red, September red, and October red, and the question is what happens in November, that's what I'm going to keep my eye on. Alright, my hot take, it's going to be hard to predict, I think a lot of people may be looking at this, so I would be more apt to compare it to just broad four year cycles, versus looking at Julys, but I think different areas are going to be different. They back each other up though, so the four year cycle and looking at what red Julys do, they actually agree with each other that we should have some more red months, and here's another thing, I'm giving an unpopular take, but what's another unpopular take that I've given recently, and that is XRP back down to $0 .55, and guess what? Right now we are sitting down at $0 .66, and if you look at the daily chart, and you look at the oscillators, the oscillators and the money flow, everything is still flowing down. I know a lot of other traders have kind of looked at $0 .64 as an area to keep your eyes on, but what I'm seeing on these larger timeframes, as price is dropping on XRP, we're not really overextended yet, so let's watch what happens if the price gets to $0 .64, but I'm expecting it to continue to drop, and I think I'm going to be right. I think $0 .55, $0 .57 is in the cards. Market buy at $0 .56. Do not let it hit $0 .55. Just keep market buying, keep market buying. View maritime marvels and travel insightful itineraries. Learn more at visitnj .org slash history.
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"Welcome. Yeah, we need to get that on. Hey, welcome to big boy crypto. Home of the BitSquad. Largest and greatest crypto community in all of the Interweb. Johnny! Thank you for joining everybody. Today is August 4th. It is 1130 AM Eastern Standard Time. Can we cut the TV on so I can see where the camera is at? Hey, it's just a simple press of a button. Ooh, it is opening up. Open up Hulu. No, no, no, Hulu. No, go to Disney+. I want to watch Mandalorian. Oh, I got a show to host. I guess I'll do that instead. Guys, we're going to get right into the crypto news. We got a lot of big stuff. We're talking about Bitcoin, of course. We're talking about the government. Some ETH updates happening as well. And we're going to talk about Elon Musk and X. Shout out to NWO, the wrestling group there, mid nineties, WCW. Make sure you're joining us on YouTube. Make sure you were subbed. I mean, so hit that button. Make sure you're following us on Twitter or X. I'm DZ underscore BTC. We also have BitBoy underscore crypto, I believe. All right. You ready to just get right into the news here. How are you feeling today, Tim? Are you feeling a little bit bullish? We got. Yeah. Oh, wow. We just flipped into the negative. It was like 0 .3 to green an hour ago. I think I'm a little bullish, maybe on a shorter timeframe still, but not bullish still on the like we're talking about the next couple of weeks. No, not really. Well, we have the market cap of the crypto tire ecosystem. It is flat. It is at 0 .0%. You actually don't see that that often. 24 hour volume coming in at $35 billion and gas is low. So if you want to get some cheap alts on Uniswap or something like that, now is the time is coming in at 28 Gwei there, 14 Paraguay. Life is deezier when you DZA. How about this? Life is easier when you hit the like button, everybody. So please hit that like button. Bitcoin is relatively flat folks. It is up, but it is only up slightly. It is up 0 .1%. Ethereum up 0 .4%. We have to scroll down pretty far before we see any kind of real action. We see Solana in the single digits. It is up 2 .2 % and Litecoin down 3 .2%. The DZ short on the day of the halving. You're still in profit. You're still in profit. I don't know. Maybe close it at some point. Shiba is up. Hey, I bought my first bag and now I'm up. There you go. Your first Shiba purchase ever? Ever. Wow. I have still yet to do that. Okay. Yeah. Just looking at it from a TA perspective, you are a TA guy. So it is very, very chart interesting there. I think it'll probably have a second run up for sure. I don't know if it'll hit all time highs, but we're still way, way low before we even get that. I think it was a 10X or something to get to all time highs. Do DZ and Tim have beef? No, we have a steak bet. It is a beef bet. Yeah, we have a beef bet. It is a beef bet. Yeah. I mean, we do have beef. Yeah. Are you going to cook like an impossible steak for me? Well, I won't have to cook it. So I was kind of wondering what you were going to do. I'll eat the steak that you buy me and cook. So I'm looking forward to it. Wait, so I have to buy the steak that you cook me after you lose? That doesn't seem right. Maybe we just go to Jason Kasper's farm and just be like, hey man, can we cut into your cow or something? We'll let it heal. We'll come back in six months. All right, let's look at the top gainers. Everybody, we have Kasper is up. I am feeling pale as a ghost for not buying any of this. It is up 8 .6%. We have fracks of the opposite 6 .8%. OKB is up 6 .7, flex up 6 .2. The previously mentioned Shiba curve on the way up, it is still down a 16 % on the week. So it was down about 20. Now it is up four and a half percent. After that though, then we're falling below 3%. So let's look at the top losers. We don't like losers, but we do like Beck and the Odelay album. Compound is down 4 .7%. Stacks is down about 4%. Then we have Litecoin, Kava, Gala, and the Graph rounding out the rest. So we now have Graph hitting $0 .10. Where is that in the historical? I think it went up to $2. It went above $2. So looking pretty flat. But then when you hit on that 90 day, you're like, oh, I could have definitely gotten a little bit cheaper, but hey, we're coming in close enough to a dime. I might look to scoop a little bit more of that. Today is Friday. DCA is the way for DZ, at least, you know, trying to DCA on Friday. What are you going to DCA into today? We see someone getting into some algo, algo, algo, algo all the way. Let's see. Beef coin. I don't know if there's a beef coin, folks. Bald? Bald's cheap. Isn't the inflation on Graph like bananas? Let's see. So we have circulating supplies. Well, look at it. It's at 91%. So maybe it was. All right. All right. So that's a good narrative. That is a good narrative. So at 91 % of the token is out. Look at sweet. Look at that. Look at some of these other coins and you can say, wow, 91 % is really, really good. So I like the tokenomics just from this brief cursory glance coming in at right under a billion dollars. Okay. ABT, quant, ETH, CAS, someone's getting some CAS, more quant, HBAR. Okay. More SHIB. All right. There's a lot of people. Okay. Fade and TradFi. I'm sure whatever DZ gets, you'll love his beef in your mouth. Sorry. Couldn't help myself. I'm in this crib together, everybody. All right. Are you ready to get into the charts? What do we have? We have T Bro. Is that, it's not T Shroom, is it? T Bro charts. Trading Bros. Oh, okay. Well, it's Investing Bros. So they got that wrong. But we will, we'll keep going on here. You know, I want to start off with some SHIB TA just for you, DZ. Let's pump my bag of $100 worth of SHIB. Out of curiosity, when did you purchase? What date? I actually just put up Coinbase earlier today. I'm up like 4%. I think I got it last week. I think I just got it about a week ago. All right. Well, I mean, anyone who purchased here back in June, you definitely have had a nice little rally going on. If you purchased a week ago. That was awesome. I'm sorry. Did you do a cool trick? I wasn't looking. That's all right. The moment's past. I got bad news for you though, DZ. Well, good news. You probably should look at taking profits at some point soon. The first thing I'm looking at right now, we do have a rising wedge on Shiba that traditionally breaks to the downside. There's a lot of things kind of coming in here saying we're a little overextended. Let's look for our chart. What we're looking at here. I like using Sharp Prime. It is my favorite indicator to use, but everyone loves their own. So you'd use whatever works for you. Whenever you see this orange box on Sharp Prime, that is an overbought box. It did just flash here this morning. We are flowing up in the money flow, but we're getting a little overextended with our confusion. Of course, the RSI is coming up high. There's an outside chance it goes a little higher, but at the moment, if it does not, if we start seeing a pause in SHIB, you will see bearish divergence forming. Then you go out to the daily chart where we're also getting some reversal signals here. We got a reversal red triangle right here and pulling up the dynamic reactor and trend assistant. We're coming into some strong rejection right with that rising level of rejection. Again, more often than not, rising wedges break to the downside. We're hitting resistance several on different things, so it's something to definitely keep your eye on. Possibly time to take some profit. Last thing we can do is even take a look at some fib ranges. From the last peak we had back in April down to what is currently the bottom, right there, you're going to see the resistance coming in at 0 .5 on Fibonacci as well. Can we go to the left side of that green line? You see that green line form right there. Would you consider that a rising wedge that then led to a little parabolic? It's on the far left side of the trading view screen you're looking at right now. Now it's over a little. You've changed the axis a little, but would you say that rising wedge led to that parabolic pump or is that just, you know, how the market was going? Rising wedge led to a parabolic, you mean a falling wedge? Go left, go left, move it to the left, slowly, slowly, slowly, right there. No, see that would actually be a time where it broke out the wrong direction. So rising wedges usually break to the downside. I'm sure if I were to go back and look at some news, something happened. Is that a rising wedge? Would you say that's a rising wedge? That's a rising wedge that broke down. Yeah. Okay. So the thesis I saw was the rising wedges typically break out to the upside. I don't know if this was typically, you just said, you know, he laid out some examples where it led to a parabolic run up. And so I was going based off of that. But as you say, I do remember, yeah, typically they do break to the downside. So maybe something to check out with sheep because you see these rising wedges and then you see a little parabolic candle. So it's just an interesting coin that seems to play by its own rules on some levels. Yeah. You guys are wondering what he's talking about right here. It's not a rising wedgie. This is a rising wedge and it's true. Like it is one, TA is never 100%. You're not going to find any technical analysts say that every single time you draw these formations, you get the same breakout. In this case, what you saw, I would actually kind of classify this DZ as a little bit of a fake out. If you went back here, this is a rising wedge. We didn't hit the resistance. We broke through it, but then quickly dropped back into it. And take a look at this, what you're doing to predict what happens in price action. Come on. Now you go from the opening of the wedge, you move that over to the breakout. And sure enough, that was the price. Actually, we ended up getting back down here a couple of months later, took a while to play out. But it's still played its route later on, even after the fake out happened. So the same thing here, what I'm looking at, you know, you predict can't a false breakout, but you can start to sit here and say, based off how traders are trading this right now, it should move to the downside. And if it does break out at some point, let's just pretend maybe it breaks out somewhere over here. You're more than likely seeing another come, should she be new, come down. What is that? One, two, three, four, five zeros, and then a six and a four follow it back down to levels we saw in June. It kind of matches with some other things that I believe about how the space is moving. Let's move over to Bitcoin this morning. Right now, I told you, short term, a little bullish on Bitcoin, but longer term, still bearish. One of the things we just broke out on Bitcoin was a falling trading channel. So this is where the kind of micro bullishness comes in. Look at how we actually broke through the resistance, came back down, had some wicks drop below, but for the most part, turned resistance into support. And now we're back trading within this flat range once again. So a short term pump back up to 29 .5 is definitely not out of the cards, but the macro, Deezy, this is where I get more concerned, especially when you go out towards two day and three day. You guys can see on oscillators, by the way, this is chart prime, but you're going to see the same thing if you go to normal oscillators, if you go to market cipher, if you go to Lux, whatever you're looking at, oscillators are dropping very rapidly. Money flow is dropping rapidly, and we're not oversold yet on these larger timeframes. I believe, Deezy, that we're going to continue to keep this former resistance level as support, but watch in this yellow box, I believe that a $28 ,000 price, Frankie talked about this yesterday, I think there's a chance we retouch this rising blue level of support later in August at $28 ,000, and then it's the decision time. Do we lose support at that point and drop down to $25 ,000 or lower, or do we make a bounce and try to set a new higher high? As I mentioned the other day, I did mention this yesterday briefly, not during the TA section, but just we were talking about price action in general. Let me go up to log chart here on Bitcoin. Guys, historically, we have never on Bitcoin seen a red July that wasn't at least followed by a red August. That one red August was in 2016, if I zoom in here just a little more for you guys, we had one more red month after a red July, and then we continue to rally, but you can see in 2011, that started a multi -month slide back in 2014, multi -month slide, and back in 2019, which the similarities between what we're seeing right now in 2019 continue to pile up. If we were to match it perfectly, we're not looking at a real bottom, not counting this COVID bottom that happened in March 2020, I'm more looking around this range of November, December, probably more November looking for a true bottom on Bitcoin. Ben talked about this yesterday, when you're looking at four -year cycle, it looks like November of this year more than likely should be the bottom before a little bit of sideways action, which again, take out COVID, and it would have been sideways. When you say the bottom, you mean 2023 bottom? I mean bottom for this, yeah, you're right, not a new bear market bottom, but a new bottom for this little slump in Bitcoin price. I'm thinking somewhere between $25 ,000 to $20 ,000. I think if the bears get a lot of control, we're talking about $20 ,000. At the moment, I'm pretty convinced $25 ,000 will be touched once again by Bitcoin. The question is, does it happen here in the next couple weeks, or do we hold off till November? Either way, history would say, guys, after setting, we technically have a green August right now, but after setting a red July, you do not see August turn green, and a lot of times, you see August red, September red, and October red, and the question is what happens in November. That's what I'm going to keep my eye on. All right, my hot take. It's going to be hard to predict. I think a lot of people may be looking at this, so I would be more apt to compare it to broad four -year cycles versus looking at Julys. They back each other up, though. The four -year cycle and looking at what red Julys do, they actually agree with each other that we should have some more red months. Here's another thing. I'm giving an unpopular take, but what's another unpopular take that I've given recently? That is XRP back down to $0 .55. Guess what? Right now, we are sitting down at $0 .66, and if you look at the daily chart and you look at the oscillators, the oscillators and the money flow, everything is still flowing down. I know a lot of other traders have kind of looked at $0 .64 as an area to keep your eyes on, but what I'm seeing on these larger time frames, as price is dropping on XRP, we're not really overextended yet, so let's watch what happens if the price gets to $0 .64, but I'm expecting it to continue to drop, and I think I'm going to be right. I think $0 .55, $0 .57 is in the cards. Well, XRP community, you have a challenge. Market buy at $0 .56. Do not let it hit $0 .55. Just keep market buying. Is mercury in retrograde? What's Saturn doing right now? Where's the moon? Wasn't it the super moon? Was it an orange one? Was it a pumpkin? I don't know. Some kind of special moon, too. Moon math. All right. Well, I think we're ready to talk about the top story. Tim, anything else you want to add? Do you want to talk about dominance? Do you want to talk about Bitcoin dominance? No, because I know I'm going to be right. Well, I mean, again, history says no. History is still playing out that the Bitcoin dominance should be seen. Let's just do the top story. Let's get it. Bitcoin will not hit 60 % dominance. All right. I'm sorry. What's your metric? 60%. On trading view. On trading view. Okay, so it was that like $58 on CoinGecko? $58 on Coin, on MarketCap, and I think $56 on Gecko. Okay. Well, we'll see. That was, you know, I allowed Tim to move the goalposts on that one because we did not say trading view, CoinGecko, CoinMarketCap. He chose the one that was most favorable for his bet. And I allowed it to happen. So that's fine. I just wanted to point that out. I gave you trading view. Can we like turn this pissing match into something? Like, why does that matter to the studio audience? Why does that matter? Good point. So CoinGecko has a 4 % differential from trading view when it comes to Bitcoin dominance. And so there's some that say Bitcoin dominance is a little bit higher. Some are saying it's a little bit lower. I'm giving Tim the most favorable metric for his bet and the least favorable for mine. How is that going to make someone money? So me and Tim have a bet for a steak dinner that Bitcoin, I say it will not hit 60%. He says it will. This one might not be a money thing as much as it's a pride thing. So, Nick, you're right. We're getting a little into some nonsense, Deezy. You and I are really trying to cut back on that.
A highlight from Binance Fraud Charges Coming? (SBF SECRET Connection EXPOSED)
"We are right here in Bahamas. We are going to make it right. If you became a millionaire, would you keep working? The commander is here. What's going on right now? California's trying to figure out. Oh, I can. Welcome to BitBoy Crypto, home of the BitSquad, home of me, home of you, home of everybody that cares about crypto, that cares about being sovereign, that cares about decentralization, that cares about fighting the good fight, that cares about stopping corruption. It is home for all of us. Please hit that like button. Today is August 3rd. It's 11 .31 AM Eastern Standard Time because we want to give you 60 seconds just to get up to speed. It wasn't us. It was not me. It was not Nick. It was not Tim. Ben will be popping up very soon. What? 10, 20 minutes? Something like that? Hopefully 5 to 10. Yeah, hopefully 5 to 10. So we'll see Ben very, very soon. He's finishing up filming something right now. I just saw him. I got my phone charged. I saw him just doing this. Hey, guys, you know, something, something crypto. So then he's filming. What is he filming? What's it? Nick knows this. What's the story? What's the video he's filming right now? Ooh. Can we share the alpha on what the next video is? Get a little tease. Maybe we can't. Yeah. It's a deep dive on Sam Altman. Oh, it's Altman. Altman. Yeah. Deep dive. Okay. It's going to be a good one. I don't know if I'll ever be able to say Sam Altman. I just have to say Altman. Altman. Also, we're going to have Crypto Face on. He's going to be talking charts. One of my favorite TA people out there, how do you feel about Crypto Face? You're big in TA. Did you used to watch him back in the day? No. No, I have watched him more recently. Here's the thing. You can't argue with the results. Crypto Face is clearly one of the best traders you're talking about. I'm the monkey talking right now. No, so you can't argue with his results, so he clearly knows what he's doing. I myself don't really use Market Cipher, but every time I watch people like Ben use it or when I watch Frankie use it or Kelly, I know, used to use it very heavily, I always had a very heavy respect for it, so I'm excited to have him on. We have a question for him that we came across the other day about when the green dots, the double dots, print and not print because we thought we knew. Snake eyes, there we go. Yeah, so I'm excited to have him on. I've been talking with him for the last couple of days, and it's going to be great. We could have some sort of a drinking game as to how many times he says non -family -friendly words. Okay, I have my water, and I have my black bean juice, and so maybe I'll do the bean juice, but then I don't want to get too wired. It's like I'm in an SPF polycule, you know, hopped up in amphetamines. Don't want that. Alright, let's get right into the show, folks. Let's look at CoinGecko. What is the crypto market doing? Let us know if you like us just jumping right into the news here. We have a refresh about to happen because I don't know if I trust this. Okay, yeah, we have fallen further. We are now down 0 .3 % for the entire crypto market cap coming in at $1 .21 trillion. I remember just yesterday it felt like 123. Bitcoin dominance coming in at 46 .9 and ETH coming in at 18 .2. Gas a little bit low but not super low coming in at 38 Gwei. Alright, well, let's check out what's Bitcoin doing, what are some of these larger coins doing, and the top gainers and losers of the past 24 hours. We have Bitcoin down 0 .4%, it's not looking great, it's 29 ,200, it's holding strong above 29 ,000. Tim, is there a level? We fall below, you're getting scared. What is that number? Well, I mean, I'm sitting at the moment not liking a lot of things. Actually, we're going to talk about some more Bitcoin stuff later today. Believe it or not, when we talk about the BlackRock stuff, we're going to pull up the Bitcoin chart, monthly chart, and look at what happens when we see red Julys. We're sitting on short -term support right now. I'm not going to do all of Crypto Face's job for him, I'm sure he'll go more in detail on this. So I actually think there's going to be somewhat of a pump today, shorter timeframes, four -hour, one -hour chart pumps, but when you go out to the daily, two -daily, three -daily, there's more room to the downside when you pull up oscillators. We're not necessarily sitting super low. We did have a bounce back over here, but we're kind of sitting in a spot, again, two -daily, three -daily, you're looking at oscillators, they still look like they're moving to the downside, concerning for me for the next couple of weeks, but I do think next 24, 48 hours, maybe a little green, especially after a red yesterday. Alright. And Flazik Travels has a question, Golden Cross, on what chart? If you watch ATB Morning Stream, we do a Morning Stream on ATB, it's 9 .30am to 10 .00am Eastern Standard Time. And I covered it, and XRP and Bitcoin have a Golden Cross on the three -day. So if you want to check that out, the three -day chart. The only thing though, let's ask Crypto Face what his thought is. I want to hear what other technical analysts think. To me, Golden and Death Crosses are some of the most worthless technical analysis signals. Alright, well, the Golden Cross for Bitcoin on the three -day has only happened twice. Another reason why it's not necessarily significant, you want to see history, you want to see something happen numerous times and play out at least 80 % of the time in a certain direction. It's like the Halley's Comet of market signals. When you look at Golden Crosses and Death Crosses, there's no consistency. It's like 50 -50, which is not a good call either way. So every single time you see a cross. Well, I think that depends on the timeframe, because in this particular instance, it isn't a 50 -50. It is a 2 -0 for this particular instance. So both times it's hit. Just to focus on the three -day here, it has happened twice. Both times, within 400 -500 days, we put in a new all -time high. And so, you know, just for the three days specifically, yeah, sure, it's maybe something to look at. So, you know, maybe check that out. Maybe we could try it on some different coins. Maybe try it on ETH and some other stuff. Alright, well, speaking of ETH, we have ETH, it is down 0 .2%. BNB is down to 4%. XRP down 2 .5%. Cardano down 2 .5%. Litecoin down 4%. And Nick, what do you think of this? I think I maybe found the new slam dunk trade, okay? Last time I shared a slam dunk trade, it was the old go woke, go broke. Next time you see a Fortune 500 company, just do some crazy insane stuff, you can probably short the stock. That was my last one. Here's the new alpha. Every single halving event has led to like two to three red candle days. Can you just short Litecoin the day before the halving? Can you just short Bitcoin the day before the halving? Fill in proof -of -work coin. Is this a foolproof method? What have you seen on some of these coins when they do have a halving date? People dump. People dump. Like the miners dump. Now, Tim brought up, you know, a metric, you know, sometimes you maybe can find a metric that's 80 % to the one side, you know, 20 % of the downside. Usually that gets found out and then, you know, it gets closer to closer to 50 % as people trade against each other. Is that the last good metric? If you had to say, is it 80 % of the time it dumps, 90 % of the time, 60 % of the time? How often does a coin dump the day after halving? I think for proof -of -work coins, it's in the 80%. There is also a pretty good correlation of network upgrades to proof -of -stake coins and then their coin also the price dumping. So like if Ethereum, every time there's been an Ethereum upgrade, Ethereum is dumped. Cardano upgrades, Cardano dumps, right? Like every single time. So well, there was that one period in 2021 where ETH had a record day of green candles, but I think that was just more about timing of the market and everything. Yeah, yeah, yeah. DZ, I'm going back and looking. Alright, now he's looking at the three -day here. Oh, God. I'm not sure. I'm not sure what you guys are saying. It's, again, it's happened twice on Bitcoin, right? And XRP. 50 -50. Here, positive. We have the red line. This is the 50 crossing above the, or sorry, yeah, the 50 crossing above the 200. Right here, three -daily. Positive. That was the bottom. Good. One for one. Let's go to the second time it happened. Red crosses above blue right here. Short -term pump, but continuation to the downside. That's one -in -one. That was not a new rally coming in. The continued market to crash after. Let's go to XRP. Alright, well, I would say there's an asterisk with that because of March 2020 and COVID. So, I mean, sure, you could say, yeah, it went down. I think if you remove COVID, the 2020 chart looks a lot like the 2016 chart. That's just kind of by, been my assessment for three years at this point. But here's the, I think if you don't have COVID crash, it would look a lot more similar to the previous cycle, and we would not have gone below that. This though, right here, DZ, that's COVID. This is not COVID. This is not COVID right here. This is just a pullback from the pre -bull market rally. I guess, yeah, we do come down here, but all this price action. No, no, the metric was 400 to 500 days later. I don't know what's going to happen 60 days later. I don't know what's going to happen 90 days later. The thing they're pointing at is 4 to 500 days later, new all -time high. Yeah, we're not talking about two months later, X happens. 4 to 500 days later sets in a new all -time high. That is the thing we need to be looking at. That is the bullish indicator. Yeah, you could say, well, 74 days later, it was bad. I think the main takeaway there, 4 to 500 days later. So 400 days, what is that? 365 days in a year. One year plus 35 days. It's 13 months. In 500 days, you add an extra 100 days, three months. So 13 months to 17 months later, 16 months later, you're going to have a new all -time high. It's happened twice before. Will it happen the third time? Do not argue with the dictator, says Krik Katz. How does your wife feel about that statement? Well, my wife and my girlfriend and my girlfriend's husband all know not to argue with me. Okay. So it's official. Nick's wife does not watch the show. Alright, let's look at the top gainers before we get to site. Alright, alright. I think we have someone ready. Speaking of gains, how's the gym been lately? It's been good. No worries here. Nick's wife's boyfriend is here. So here we are. Just kidding. We love her. She's great. She's great. She's great. Not in that way. Look, guys.
"frankie" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"And it's interesting. I just piece of my bias just stepped in here. I didn't realize that, I mean, conversion therapy is so destructive. I didn't realize it was still a thing. I know, I didn't know either until he was talking about it on television. When he was the vice president. I was like, he's going on. Isn't real still? It's still real. It's crazy. It's crazy. Well, it's complicated. And the transgender community is complicated too. I feel like that's kind of a mixed bag. And people just, you know, ultimately, everyone's calling. Well, ultimately it's my profession getting the management correct for the given patient. You know what I mean? That's what I keep saying. It's like, we haven't figured that really out yet, but that's between us, the profession, and our patients, and nobody else is. So much of COVID and transgender is people getting involved with what people do with their doctor. And that's none of your effin business. You know what I mean? Correct. That's the business of the relationship and then those two people. And if you don't like what the doctor is doing, also none of your business. And it may not be right, and that's my business as a fellow physician. We want to get that right, but that's not the public's problem. That is not. Well, here's the deal, my friend. It has been a privilege seeing you in your sobriety. I feel like I didn't really know you and now I feel like I know you and that's the miracle of sobriety, right? Your whole self is and you knew a very very highly characterized and very, I would say, shell of me, you know? I was walking around this earth and I was shining bright, like Frankie, and I was really in my thing, but inside I was shrinked. I was this small. I was aware of it now. I'm aware of it now, and shame on me that I really wasn't aware of it when I mentioned that last time. Oh, come on. It was 15 minutes ago. We still had a great doctor. I usually pick up on that stuff, but a shame on me. I was very good at it. No, I was a very, very, very good, very sneaky addict. When I came out as needing help, people were shocked. Even people in my life were shocked. And I was like, you had no idea? That I was like this close to being dead. Wow. Oh, cool. Okay. I'm very good. I'm trying to be as disclosing as possible in relationship to the LGBTQ stuff. I'm going to bet you that I was fearful of confronting somebody from the gay community or something, like it's somehow that maybe it frightened me to be direct and honest or something for fear of being seen as biased or whatever. And so if that was it, which I'm not sure it was, I wouldn't be that way today. Thank God. But if it was, I apologize. Oh, no. You're welcome. I never felt that. I promise you, I'm very good at what I did in hiding my elections. I don't think it was that. Everyone that's out there that has these biases, I encourage you to please confront people in our community and ask them the difficult questions. And anyone who is in the LGBTQ+ community who is listening to this, please be willing to have those difficult conversations do not allow your reactivity to shut down what it could be a potential ally in the future. Please. And you know I get South Florida a fair bit. So that air where you are in particular. So I'm usually with my wife and let's you and your husband and my wife and I go have dinner sometime down there. I would love that. Are you there permanently, except when you're up in New York? Is that? No, I'm just visiting my known in my 7 year old. He's doing so great. So cute. You live in New York now? I live in Los Angeles primarily. And I work in New York when I'm on Broadway. So, you know, I'm all around. Broadway coming up to any time soon. So I just finished. And there is a potential announcement about a transfer of the show. So I don't want to say anything until it's in paper, but you'll see. And is that in New York? Or is that going to be somewhere else? It potentially. I can't tell you yet. Can't tell me where. The reason I'm drilling in is because in New York, we tend to do much more going out in socializing than we do in Los Angeles. So I want to catch you in New York if you're there. All right? Great. Well, when I am there, I will hit you up because they're often. Right. You take my email after you get off of this thing and we'll see. Hey, please. Thank you for coming back. You're the best. I want to do this again. Congratulations on so much on the recovery on your career on the movie. Tell them where the movie is again and what it's called. Okay, so summoning Sylvia and it is available to stream wherever you stream your movies. iTunes. Amazon, Google, anywhere,
"frankie" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"So I'm excited for you to see that. And yeah, it's a gay comedy. You know, it's got a little bit of horror in it for anybody who likes a little bit of that tension, but mostly it's just a good fun LGBTQ+ lead character written directed movie. But with themes that are universal, themes that are for everybody. You know, we've had a lot of straight people in the audience, and they are laughing just as hard as the gay people because I think it's a beautiful way for the world to see that gay people were interact just like straight people do. What? You can see yourself. What? I know. What are you talking about? Do you remember the tea part at all? You get into any transgender folk and some of the issues they struggle with or we have no transgender people in our film. And so our film is largely dedicated to the relationship between gay and straight. And the a's, the question. But we have, oh, and maybe a B, we maybe have a B in there. But, you know, I think that in this time, obviously, the transgender community is under such a terrible attack. So in my mind, the LGBTQ+ community can do a much better job of uniting under one banner and umbrella. And so I think that this, if this film is consumed as we hope it will be, it'll be a step forward for the entire rainbow nation in my opinion. But what I liked, what we were saying is the uniting is with LGBTQ+ with everybody. It's the whole, right? The B and the a's and the whatever thing all together. Get rid of them. Get everybody under the tent, please. Yes, exactly. I think my personal opinion is that I attack on the transgender community is an attack on the gay community, is an attack on the lesbian community, is an attack on the bisexual community, because it's just what the right wing is doing is just looking for a new scapegoat, and they will go down the line. I mean, they've done it year after year after year after year. And it's a very, very effective tactic that they use. And right now it's the teas that are under attack. But tomorrow could be the bees, and tomorrow it could be the G's. So we're all unite. We have to be united front. So anything that is sort of celebrating any of us is celebrating all of us in my opinion. I want to ask a completely off topic question. I notice your fingernail polish. And I have a question about it. What color is that? Okay, so I call it black rainbow. It's actually black, but it has rainbow holographic on the top. So it has pretty much every color of the rainbow. So interesting, I caught the black part. And I want to ask you something. Because maybe 15 years ago, when adolescents between 25 and 15 years ago, when maybe even up to ten years ago, when young adults adolescent would paint their nails black. It was always a really bad sign. It was almost. Well, but going dark purple, no problem. Black, almost always meant opiates. And so interesting. Interesting. Did you see any, I think that's gone? I think that as every style, you know, it just becomes normative in some fashion. Is there anything like that going on now that I'm missing that you say see in your recovery peers or anything? I think, you know, I go to a lot of gay a meeting, so it's very, you know, super gay. So I think what I see are just people that are extremely expressive and all different forms. I don't think I've ever noticed the people that are drawn to opiates like doing the black and kind of those things. I do have a very goth brand, a super goth friend, and she was into opiates, so I don't know if that is if that is a correlation. But it's funny because for me, this all started when I was in rock of ages because all of the men, all the straight men, to be honest, that were in that show, a painted their nails black. So I kind of, yeah, because they were all in the band, The Rock of ages, you know, so for me, it's more rock than it is gough. And that's when I got into it when I was in rocker mages. But I usually was a pink guy. I didn't really do black on my nails until rock of ages. Got it. And it's just an interesting sidebar just caught my attention. And you were on Broadway for a bit, right? Yes. I was a Mamma Mia! for three years. And then I ended up closing rock of ages on Broadway and then I just went back to go do Titanic, which was just nominated for a lord tell award for best musical. Congratulations. And I did that for 8 months, just last year. So yeah, a long time. According to the EPA, indoor air is polluted according to a 2020 report, nearly half the population or living in areas with unhealthy levels. 9 out of ten people breathe air that exceeds
"frankie" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"As you go on, you know, speaking of the craziness of substance and whatnot. You have to start looking at your relationships and sex allowing that goes feeds all in there. Did you do some of that work, too? Or codependent? Yes. Codependency also, yeah. You know, I did it by making the mistakes that most people do in early sobriety. You know, I had a relationship with 6 months. You know, everyone says, don't do. I learned I didn't relapse, so great. And then I had a relationship literally at like one year and one day, which was just ridiculous. It was the most I've ever self sacrificed in a relationship. It was all of my old character defects just came flooding to the top. But I didn't relapse and I got a chance to look at it and then that led me to my husband, which I am almost about to celebrate a year married through right now. Congratulations. Big deal. Good deal. All worked out. In this growth, we call sobriety, whatever. You're attracted to and buy so much better people, right? Your career starts to blossom in ways you just didn't anticipate. It's magical watching people go through this. Yes, it is an amazing thing. And you know, uni case, not a unique case, but I hear a lot of people in the meetings that started using their teens. I didn't start using until I was 24 years old. So there was a lot of life that I led on this earth as a sober ish man. Not a completely sober man, but a sober ish man, you know, an occasional drink or someone who wasn't as obsessed with drugs and alcohol as I became. And so when I got sober, I kind of remembered that part. And I hope people because I know people are getting younger of getting over so much younger these days because it's cool again and because no one wants to see themselves on social media doing some ridiculous horrible things. And then never have a career for the rest of their lives because of that one frat party they went to. So people are getting smarter younger, which is great. When you said that I actually had a something came out of my mouth because I reacted to it. Oh, look at the doggie. You want to say hi. He's a little toy poodle. Thank you. That put that on the promo gentleman. Yes, please. But I actually vocalized my surprise when you said that people are that it's cool again because I've been fighting the attack on 12 step and sobriety for God for the last like 15 years has been this burn against it. I'm so delighted to hear you're saying it's back where people understand the potential benefit and by the way all of us who are concerned about the price of healthcare, here is an effective treatment that's evidence based. There's a Cochrane analysis that shows that it's as good or better than any professionally managed services and it's free. And it's available. And it's available all around the clock and you can do it right now. Then you can just go in, don't even turn your camera on and listen to what's being said in the rooms. But I do recommend going into the rooms if you possibly can. There's really that fellowship is so important. It's so important for me. I didn't know we were going to talk about all this stuff today, but thank you for being open and honest about that stuff and sharing, because I really believe it's a program of attraction. And. There's still a horrific stigma around it, which I think you and I need to work together to dismantle. He's the stigma against the using or the recovery. I can't tell anymore. You know, I think it's just the term. I think people still associate alcoholism with moral weakness. Which I think I still do, yeah. Even the whole thing with Ben Affleck at the Grammy Awards where he looked miserable and bored and then he came out and being like, well, it's so funny because it's the only time I've ever been sober. So like the fact that you all are attacking me and I'm sober is really just heartening to me. And I'm like, yeah, it's because people still, I just still think people need to understand it's a disease and it is not like a moral weakness. Yes, of course we do horribly morally weak things when we are in our disease. Yes. But the disease itself is something that is genetic is passed down. So try not to judge it as so much when you have a family member that's in it. That's what I'm hearing. A lot of people that have family members that just don't get it, that right people off. And you're like, listen, man. It's genetic, you know? This should be a warning to the rest of your family to be on the lookout for these things and to also just continually give love to that person because eventually there are two things are going to happen either they're going to come to you for help or they're going to fucking die. In either way, you need to be, you need to have been there and said, you know what? I tried. I tried every single time I was with the right person. I said, I love you. Is there anything I can do to help? That's it. And you, Frankie, were so correct. And I want to put a little even a finer point on it, is that, like you said, when people are in this thing, they do bad stuff. They turn into people that everything changes. They do things in the name of continuing using, which is all their brain is interested in, that is sometimes awful. And often, typically, really difficult to deal with. And when you're a family member, people make it about themselves. In other words, they get angry and they can put off and even a subtle or thing as they get scared and overwhelmed. And they can't manage, they can't deal. And that's kind of okay, but if you're unable to deal and manage, you got to let the person know that that's about you, not about them. If you need to pull out, you pull out with love always. But yeah, don't stir things up. Don't make because if you every time they come in and do stuff lawful, you get angry about it. That's not going to help things. You can tell that she's not about you and your feelings about it. That makes things worse. Yes. Look at that. Yeah, he's a little too. He's a little baby. Oh my gosh. He's a real dog. I know he looks stuffed. I want this podcast in the world. So I'm down, sign me up. All right, we're going to do we're going to do a whole thing you and I about have to reality and stigma, by the way, if I see any stigma speaking stuff out there, I'm going to call on you. Because I don't think it's weird. The stigma I see, because when people are in their disease, they don't feel stigmatized. They feel like they want to drink. They feel like they want to do drugs. You know what I mean? They don't feel like the family. Not at all. Right. They feel correct. The family feels stigmatized and then people feel stigmatized when they come out of it. And so that's unfortunate. And I think there are still people in the closet like celebrities and people who don't want to talk about their addiction publicly. And I think the more that celebrities do come out about their addiction, the better equipped the rest of the world will be when they're dealing with it in their families and in their lives. It's Frankie Grande was just talking about that. And we know him. We saw him on big brother and look he got through it. That's great. So that's just the way I still think people are like, almost like we were still in the closet. There's still a lot of celebrities in the closet about their addiction. And I don't think that that's a helpful place to be. I totally agree. I mean, everything you're saying, obviously, you're singing to the choir here, but it is, you know, people go, oh, people shouldn't be because the members of the audience are uncomfortable with difficult material, they internalize that. You shouldn't be talking about it. No, they must talk about it. Lifesaving importance that none of they talk about it, but they show their recovery. They show their disease, so you can understand all parts of it. So if you have it, it breaks through your denial. And if you have a family member with it, you can embrace it and understand it more thoroughly. So it's lifesaving importance that we do this. So anyway, enough of that. I want to talk about you. Okay. Your new movie. What's going on with that? Tell me about that. Well, before we change topics, there is a sober character in the film and a lot of there is a beautiful moment around sobriety that I actually helped the directors write and craft. Because in the earlier versions, it didn't work and didn't feel authentic to sobriety. They're not sober at the door writer and director. So I would actually be able to put in some wonderful feedback and they completely took it and then they changed the script and I think what happens is you get a beautiful representation of sobriety in the movie. So I'm excited for you to see that. And yeah, it's a gay comedy. You know, it's got a little bit of horror in it for anybody who likes a little bit of
"frankie" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"I was like, oh my God, everyone hates me. Which is not true. Hang on, someone taught you that. That's a really important thing for people to know. We are designed to see the leopard in the tree and avoid it. When a bad thing has much higher, much greater saliency for our survival. So we naturally look at negative and sort of miss the positive overlay to that too. But yes, a very important point. And it can hold you. It hurts. Yes. And it did hurt me. And I didn't have the tools to deal with it. And so, you know, I knew that I had a problem with drugs and alcohol before going on to big brothers, so much so that I was sober for my entire duration of the show. Because I knew when I drank and used, I got a little crazy. I got a little out of control. So while I wasn't at the in the camp that I am now, which is that I'm sober, I will stay over for the rest of my life. And there's no, I will never pick up ever again. That's the mentality I'm in now. Then I was like, I know when I do drink and use, I get a little crazy and don't want to be on national television. Well, that version of me is on TV. So I'll just stop. But then coming off the show, you know, the disease of alcoholism is a super tricky, and it just needs a tiny little thing for it to go crazy. And it was fed it. My time on big brother fed it, my fame fed it, my reading of the comments fed it, and then it just got to a point where it was like completely a monstrous out of control version of myself. In terms of my using and drinking yikes. Are you open to talking about what you've done to recover? Yes, I am, yeah, so let's see. What month are we now? We're in April May June. So two, I'm two months away from 6 years clean. Oh my God. I'm clean and sober. Thank you so much. Big deal. Big deal, huge deal. And you know, it took a big, it took something very, very large for me to say, I need help, you know? It was a moment when my family was in desperate need of help, and I just was not able to be there to support them. Because I was so far gone with drinking and using. And in that moment, you know, I had to wake up moment of clarity where I looked at their faces. I saw their disappointment. My mother was just like, who is this person that is standing before me? And I said to my sister, you know I need help. And then she got me into treatment and then I went to treatment for 45 days, and that's where I learned everything. That's where I got all the tools that I didn't know that I needed, you know, we did like cognitive behavioral therapy, they took me to meetings every day. I got myself a sponsor. I worked the 12 steps, and I've been sober ever since. Because that's the person I want to be. And I'm happier this way. You know, obviously I've treated this for years and years, and I know exactly. Yeah, I know. But I've seen it, you know, intimately, in my own daughter, now has got 18 months Friday, has a mister meeting in a day, ever. Yeah, and watching it, it was great because I could be a great resource because I understand really what this is. And it's just such a miracle, man. It is such a wonderful thing when you get to see it. And the thing that I warned her about, but now I have a more vivid experience of watching her is that this takes time. And you look back in that first year and you go, oh boy. I thought I was great. I was not. You know, I thought it was done at three months. You know, flight flight to health. And then even at two years, you look back and go, wow, I've really blossomed even more in this sobriety. And so people got to be prepared. That's why I'm so averse to this idea of two weeks or 28 days or whatever it is. Well, that's very helpful and gets you sort of underway. It's barely underway. No, I agree. Yeah, you know, the whole thing with your brain needing to make the glutamate in order for you to learn, which takes 90 days anyway. So basically for the first 90 days, you're just, you got wet brain. You're not even listening to it as being said in those rooms. Yeah, definitely, I would suggest people get to a year before you make any sort of decision about what you'd like to do with your life. That's what I think. That is a great thing to say. And I would argue that there's some programs out there. Be careful people. There are programs out there that launch into heavy psychotherapy and trauma treatments and all this stuff. How much do you even remember from that first month? And by the way, anything that's evocative makes you want to drink. It doesn't really do anything else. Exactly, yeah. You got to do it. It's slow variety. Slow variety. That's why I know there are things that people say in sobriety that I know they're in great shape. That's one of them. That is one of them. And you know what, I don't think it's a coincidence that you think I look younger than when you were last saw me, because the last time you saw me, I was probably coming from an all nighter, you know what I'm saying?
"frankie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"frankie" Discussed on CodeNewbie
"Back to your first career as an accountant, do you have any learnings that you took from your accounting career into your tech career? So many. So many in so many areas, not the least of which is the fact that I am VP of engineering of a FinTech startup right now. Where true. Oh, so appropriate. My number one goal in the engineering team that I currently manage is to balance the books properly. Because we are a consumer finance product. So if we do nothing else, even if the colors are weird or a buttons a little sticky, the bottom line is that every customer's balance needs to be correct. And that's our number one goal. And having an accounting, I have a bachelor's in accounting. I worked in accounting and all of that stuff helps with a lot of things that lead up to this. But I think one of the biggest skills that I took away from my time in accounting, which might not be a skill that everyone at accounting takes away because I was still a more avid Microsoft Excel user. Then my peers and accounting. But I can parse through data really fast. And I can reconcile things like bank statements or other kinds of statements very quickly. And this sort of data reconciliation isn't a skill that a lot of software engineers pick up. Data scientists do. Data analysts do. The software engineers don't. And sort of knowing how to pick apart some messy data and get information out of it, has been extremely valuable. In software engineering. To either figure out how to parse it or even to be able to help reconcile things as they're happening at work, just being able to reason about a sheet of data is just not a thing that every software engineer has had to get done with. But it's enormously valuable. Now the end of every episode, we ask our guests to fill in the blanks of some very important questions. Frankie, are you ready to film the blanks? Yes. Number one, worse advice I've ever received is, the worst advice I ever received was from the CEO of a company that I was leaving. And after about 6 months of me telling them what things were wrong and asking them to please fix it and how what was going on in engineering didn't align with what leadership was saying in big meetings, at the end of all that 6 months of me trying to fix it and make changes. In my exit interview, this man says, you know, I just want to give you this advice that next time, you don't make leaving your first option. Oh. Yeah. That
"frankie" Discussed on Love Island: The Morning After
"Wow. Be honest, remember, honestly, going right, and you go first to that one bro oh, I'll be honest. They're popping. They're puffing out. Obviously, you go into label and you think, oh yeah, it goes through your head like all my DMs are going to be popping after this. And it is true. It does go off, so it's just a bit mad at the minute. I'm going to agree. The same, well, I don't know, but there's similar. Any celebrities, any celebrities, any celebrity girls, I've got a blue ticket there. We love a blue tick brawl. As well, I must admit, you guys are living drop names. Don't do hair. Well, I mean, you guys sound like you're ready for the outside world, but what is your plan now that you're out the villa? I mean, is it going to be back to back day? It's trying to find the one, or you're just going to enjoy single life for a little bit more. Oh. I wouldn't mind a relationship, but I'm not going to be jumping into one of the first girls I see. So I'm definitely open to carry on exploring, but if there's someone there that I do, I do like a lot, then yeah, I'm jumping straight in the relationship. Fair enough, fair enough. For me, I want to get straight back into the boxing gym, get back to doing what I do best, but in terms of relationship, I feel like I'm open as I was going into the villa if you're not meant I was open then, I felt like I was ready, I still am ready. Obviously now I've just got a lot more options to sort of explore. Yeah, you need to really dive in. Don't go too fast. Take it easy. Exactly. Yeah, I don't want to make any rash decisions. You know what I mean? For the same time, if it's that special one, you know, comes then I'm open to take myself off the market. Sweet. I love that. Well, thank you. Ryan and Frankie's India just like singing your name, I think Frankie. That's a nice voice. No, it's fine, but honestly guys, that is the end of our questions. And thank you so much for joining us on the board today. It's been amazing. Thank you for having us. Bye bye. That's it for another morning. I think I need an app after dissecting all of last night's drama, but before I do that, I want to thank you, dami for helping me on the podcast this morning. I think they're wrong when they say they're not to mix business and pleasure. What do you think? You know how I think about that? Pleasure first in business. Who knows? We might end up working together again. Hopefully hopefully, anyways guys, love island the morning after it's reduced by listen for ITV, thanks for joining us today and we'll see you tomorrow. Bye.
"frankie" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"An amazing incarnation. But up and down the line, so many good people. Totally. And just even though a lot of people know the broad outlines of the story, it's still a gripping limited series to watch. You just can't stop after one episode or whatever. As with grace and Frankie and stuff on Netflix, people just binge it. But that brings us to number three of three, which is this return of Law & Order after 12 years off the air. So many people, myself included were thrilled to hear that it was coming back and in particular that you were coming back and I guess I wonder if you can share just I know you said dick never wanted it to go away in the first place and all these hoped it would come back, but how did it finally come to be that it was coming back and when was there ever any doubt in your mind that you wanted to be part of it when it did come back? Well, it started to back into that question. I did wonder whether it was a good idea to come back. I did think I've been there and I've done that and all of that. But as I said before, the idea of sitting on the sidelines and watching it happen just didn't.
Chapman Homers, Montas Shuts Down White Sox as a's End Skid
"The struggling ETS ended a four game losing streak thanks to the pitching of Frankie montage as they beat the white Sox five to one montage pitched seven strong innings allowed only six hits and a run with seven strikeouts to get the win I'm sorry to go out there and the much happens to her god that in the the best I can John I give the team the best chance to win and I'm man I gotta swings been doctors for us you know and I just thought it was went out there and put a good performance Matt Chapman homered while young guns Matt Olson and Elvis Andrus ball with RBI singles the ETS are three games behind the Yankees for the second wild card spot Dallas Crichel took the loss he gave up five runs on eight hits in five and two thirds innings Riley on Oakland
Where Would He Be if AJ's Buddy Chico Had Lived?
"I meant the guy Frank that he did all the crime with. A guy named Cole Frankie no. Not the same Frankie no, New York a different Frank, you know. Nice enough guy, you know, but I look at him and I think, well, the reason why my friend's dead. I mean, Chico's a grown man. He can make decisions from himself, but you guys were together, and he's dead and you're still here. AJ, it's not the way it goes. I gotta talk to you, man. I'm a gangster son. I know how fathers go away and they come back in 5, 6 years. We all learn that way 'cause I was willing to do a little bit of time and come back. I can do 6, 7 years on my head. She goes not from that world. That made some sense. So Anthony memorial came back. I went back to New York, got my shit together. It was able to move out to LA. And put a state Frankie still calls me. Frankie got out of jail. Chico and Frankie would have gotten out of jail. Already, I'm good behavior. Frankie got out in 9 years. Last year he got out. That meant that that means my best friend would have been here today. And if he was out, we'd be together like you have no idea. I'd probably be living with him somewhere to be a perfectly honest with you.
Lowrie, Canha Help A’s Start Fast in 8–6 Win Over Tigers
"The A. score early and often opening the Tigers eight to six Jed Lowrie Ammar cannot got the party started with back to back homers in Oakland's four run first inning those homers along with all eight runs at the ace scored came with two outs in the inning much to the delight of Oakland starting pitcher Frankie Montas you guys are going out there putting that about not giving up instructs the Tigers went on to score the game's final six runs in the late innings all coming on three long balls of their own the athletics won for the fourth time in the last five games to pull within four and a half games of the AL west leading Astros I'm Danny cap
Yankees' Win Streak Ends at 13; Montas Leads A's to 3-2 Win
"The ace finally ended their six game losing streak as they beat the Yankees three to two Frankie Montas dominated New York pitching seven shutout innings giving up only two hits while striking out six to get the win Matt Chapman homered and this is Tony Kemp who delivered an RBI single this team doesn't give up we're always fighting and we're always move into tomorrow and you know we have a we have a good short term memory and I think that's the best part about this team is that we continue to move on to tomorrow and we're able to watch the bat the Yankees loss was their first in over two weeks since the field of dreams game in Iowa ending a thirteen game win streak Aaron judge with a two run Homer in the ninth Ryan Lee on Oakland
"frankie" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"This is cannabis Talk Hz. An educational odyssey. Once again. Here's your host, Frankie boy and welcome back. It is so nice to have you with us today and You know, we just We're talking to a nurse practitioner about his story and how cannabis saved his life changed his life, he wrote. He wrote about it in his book, The Green Elephant. And I had said in the early part of the show that the stigma That we are facing with this plant is extraordinary. And joining us now is Pearson Boyer and pierces. Story We love having Pearson and his father Peter on because their story is, is such a unique story. And one of the things that Matt Fogel, as a nurse partition er was talking about is that there is a actual pharmaceutical drug on the market. That contains CBD that's being given to Children for epilepsy. And so Pearson Welcome back and just real quickly give us the background for new listeners that are not familiar with Ruby, Your sister and the story. Yeah, absolutely, Always, er, always a pleasure to be on and to just share Ruby story because it's something so amazing. So my younger sister, Ruby was born in 2005 with cerebral palsy and complications of epilepsy. And our family together has looked at almost every possible solution we can possibly, you know, dive into to help routine give for.
"frankie" Discussed on Fore Play
"We are back. It's the second show of the week. Lurches slinging drones so he will not be here. We're not going to do thing where we talk about everything and all the complications because we just said that the people at home don't know there's complications but there's complications and it's taken his forever. Start recording this podcast but now recording. Podcast yeah your microphone. Doesn't work in trenton. Ira in the studio got a little thing. Ministry a little bit of water ye- according to the studio so we sound good our mike's work obviously but then the internet and the office which i'm sure we talked about on the show before is in and out which seems crazy for a company that was built on the internet But i think now that we're hardwired and we're good to roll. Everybody sounds good. And and the thing is when we're talking rigs the internet connection gets all crazy so for our conversation. It gets all messed up but to the people listening to the beautiful patrons of foreplay. Podcasts are listening to the show. They have no idea that we are not communicating the way that we want to because everything's being recorded locally so they're hearing at crystal clear and in motion motion of the ocean. You know what else they heard crystal clear on the last episode at hellacious. Hellacious seat of gas coming out of rigs his asshole. Before you interested. I wanna say kudos to you for admitting to it. Because i don't know if i would've ever admitted to it. I think i would have gone down ship and just and had like one of our. I would've slit audio guy twenty bucks and been like no no the wiring on the microphone. It wasn't me so kudos to you. Yeah well breaking news. People people released gas. That's just that's what happens. Humans do that women do that. Men do that but it is tough break. Where on our on our web situation. I muted it and then On the local audio you actually can't mute it. Like i'm i'm looking right now at the options on the quick time. And you just can't. There's nothing to mute so One could argue that when you send audio to Producer that like in the edit a podcast that like maybe they've added that i don't i'm not sure i'm glad he left it. I'm really. I'm glad he left it in. Yeah he claim they're using the content business. He just didn't listen to do. That's what i would argue. Sorry chance of me editing. The podcast and i specifically because when frankie records local on his mike at home i have to cut every time..
"frankie" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Great stories. I want you to break these on your show. And you want to give me them, but he didn't want to do it in writing. And look, depending on what you do for a living or how the tips might implicate you, et cetera you never have to worry about somebody seeing the words you sent to me. It's just not, I'm doing this 30 years. Started in 1991. Well, actually, a little before that. But either way, it never gets back to you. Never. Unless it's only you and that of the person in the room, there are a million possibilities of how a story might come out who's spread it. Celebrities know this, I do understand people who haven't made a habit of doing this sort of thing, getting a little worried. I get that, but trust me, there's not been one instance where a source of mine was found out. But anyhow, this listener had a story about Alex Trebek that I feel funny saying because there's no way for me to prove it except on his word and I don't know him. And I didn't feel like bashing the beloved Alex Trebek, especially now that he's dead. So I'm probably not going to say that story yet, but it has to do with. I don't want to say the guy's fucking dad. He was so beloved. It has to do with cops being called to your house, okay? And when you're alone with your wife, just use your imagination. None of us can picture Alex Trebek doing that sort of thing. But this let's just say he knows all about it. And until I talk to him and get a good feel from him, I'll let you know. But it's interesting carrot to dangle. The other story has is about Kamala Harris and since she's vice president, he's like, dude, I don't want to say this on the phone. On a text. I want.
"frankie" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Bad, like Kevin Spacey bed, then they're gone for a while. But, you know, they do the appropriate soul searching. They make the big apology. They say things like, I'm gonna go get myself educated. And they gradually come back. Especially this former editor. She's in her 20s. You can come back when you're in your 20s and 30s in a snap. You get canceled in your 40s or 50s or older, that can destroy you. Because losing your momentum past 40, that's tough. Losing anything in 50s is extremely tough to claw back from. Because momentum like I always say is the most important fuel there is. So, right after the teen Vogue gene vault hired Alexei McCann as the new edler in chief. They find this, well, they Twitter assholes, Twitch dicks as we call them someone on the show, so that's a good name for them. I forget who said it. Twitch dicks. Found these ten year old quote unquote racist and homophobic tweets that she wrote as a teenager. And she apologized for them too. Doesn't matter anymore. So she had to resign after teen Vogue staffers wrote these intimidating letters to the company, CEO roger lynch. This one girl, Christine davitt, a senior social media manager at teen Vogue. She was among the miserable staffers who wrote this letter, and by the way, she's also a Stanford who spent her past tweeting about the N word. Oh, how about the pot calling the kettle black? Wait a minute, can we still say that? Can kettles be black or is that a bad thing? Can I still drink black coffee after dinner? Don't change. No, just espresso can't be black. Okay, how do you like your coffee? Black can't say that. We gotta can't say straight. That's bad too. What can we say? Without milk, I don't know, it's all fucked up. So here's pristine davit. Claiming that mccammond shouldn't have a job because of her racist teenage years. And less than one hour after mccammon announced she would not join teen Vogue as editor in chief, davitt went on Twitter and celebrated that she helped ruin this young woman's life. She said, so proud of.
"frankie" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"On. That's the unmistakable sound of ice in a roadie cup. Could you imagine inventing the roadie cup? Oh, Jesus Christ. When you watch it, try not to look at tucci's tight pants, what you're obviously hiding a hammer behind the zipper. I'm not kidding. This guy wants everyone to know he's hung, okay? And I know he's home because I saw his cock and I'll tell you how. Well, I'll tell you who else knows. 80 falcon knows, okay? Carmela soprano, as well as, you know, well, she's also a nurse Jackie. So I should just call it. But she's really carmella. Either way, she and Stanley Tucci start in a Broadway play called Frankie and Johnny of the Clair de lune. In 2002, at the time, tucci's married had two kids, but every night he and Edie Falco were performed this play nude fully nude. No nylon stockings, no cock socks. No merchants nude. So it was the hottest ticket in town because you just knew these two are fucking come on. Family are not. Married or not, this is too hot. When I saw it, I couldn't believe it. I happened to also know that falco had a crush on Stanley Tucci going back to college. The year she began to go to Sunni purchase, which is an upstate college upstate New York college. That's the two she'd already graduated. So he was like four years ahead of her. Or maybe two, but he was advanced in his schooling. What have you? And once he left college, he was getting steady work on stage in New York. So there were posters of Stanley Tucci all over SUNY purchase as if the show looked. This local kid made good. And for actresses and training, like 80 falconer girlfriends, they all looked up to his picturesque, we can make it too. And they all had a crush on. Fast forward to 2002, she's in bed with him on stage, fully nude, and they got it on. And she liked to say, you know, oh, I trust Stanley implicitly. He's in love with his wife. He's got a family, so it's not as weird as you might think it is, except it was. And at some point, things shifted. Things popped up. Falcon two, she began attending some events together and it seemed obvious that tucci had left his wife of 7 years whose name was Kate. And these two two G and falco had a torrid affair for two years. He left his wife, then they ended it and he went back to his wife and she took him back in. And that his wife died a few years later. The same year he was nominated for an Oscar. And I always wonder, they say that that kind of stress, you know, down the line can lead to cancer..
"frankie" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Off. And those who can't swim drown before everybody's eyes. They see the island, they can find sanctity on. And they're gone. There's also a portion of Lampedusa's beaches which have tons of shipwrecks sitting on a beautiful white sand beach. It's almost, it's almost beautiful, it's so sad. All these blue and yellow on this white sand beach, and you can still see the clothes and shoes and the little teddy bears and shit that remain on the boats. It's heartbreaking. And it's worthy of the kind of stuff Anthony Bourdain used to do. But two she made a point to speak his liberal mind at one point. He's walking amid the beached boats, which had migrants packed like sardines, shoulder to shoulder. And the irony there is that sardines is what most Lampedusa fishermen haul in every day. It's very big food in Sicily and Sardinia and Lampedusa, sardines, we used to eat as a kid pasta consult, which is just sardines and pasta. I couldn't stand it. My father ate it like it was popcorn. It's not for me. So it's a major staple in the diets of people of southern Italy. But tucci said, look, a country is better when we allow immigrants to come and be with us, whether it's America or Italy or whatever. It's always better. And I look, I can't argue that since that's how my family and many of your family started. But what the left always seems to leave out is the illegal part of it all. When I used to live in New York City and would spend my nights at my buddy rocko's restaurant, boom. Every night, at least ten years. Every fucking night began at boom. You know, and I sat with and I had a million labs with friends who came from Egypt, Morocco, France, Italy, South Africa, on and on and on. And I never felt like they were posing a threat to New York or the country. Many of.
"frankie" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Men in the matter. Frankie, listen on your solo tengo past like a dead man. Sunup dangle hold power Steady like I did this recoup a tech guy. Um no. Sorry. Lamb. No one thing I'm oneness update on some mamas. You're a number. May I? Thank you, Jakob. Businessman can like that. Yeah. Sky Kendall bound, man. Thank you Must Naming? Yeah, if you find it amusing that okay. Business 123 Let go. No one likes to think. Oh, look at that English. No, No, no, sir. Thank you. Thank you. You. Let's salute the totals his Mr maximum. Clearly that for this article, he must get total. Susan must carry to Who are you gonna take over your town and rostrum at the master at arms Carry Jesse Qantas Para Proctor here on Mr Keeper Daughters Lose Dia's limpy Emma's last and a separate from the Gambinos. Caritas canasta. This place together also require.
"frankie" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Behavior consulting firm and I was fired after just 15 months. They value on the firm and I hated each other on so here I am out in the world with 250,000 consultants around never been on my own. And I said Okay, now, where do I go from here? And I made that mean two or three decisions and save my life made a lot of bad decisions. But two or three decisions one Woz that this is a relationship with And you tell yourself the second used that you only charge for value. Never time charge of the times unethical, But the third thing is you don't get up in the morning and say Who am I gonna sell to how we're gonna pay the mortgage? You get up in the morning and say, how can I help? And when you have a mindset, Frankie of going out to help people you never feel you're being intrusive. You never feel you're making a sales call. You never feel that your subordinate to the buyer trying to get money. You feel that you're an equal trying to exchange value. For compensation for equitable compensation. Those three kinds of decisions which you know I made in the mid eighties not only saved my life, you know, forged a rather nice career. Yes, Absolutely. You won numerous awards. I can't keep up with the books. A million dollar consulting thrive. Three score and more million dollar launch million dollar consulting proposals, Million dollar consulting to Kit. Consulting Bible. It goes on and on. You just have, um, traveled all over this world received so many.
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"Here is Frankie Boyer. And it is Frankie Boyer. And this is this is an opportunity for all of us, too. Truly Get our paper and pencils out and start writing down some of the things that our first guest today has to share with us because it is none other than Alan Weiss. Alan Weiss is Is truly one Top consultants. In the country. And I say that because you know, a lot of people say I'm a consultant. Um Alan Voice PhD. Has real credentials behind him has been doing this for a lot of years, and we're so thrilled to have you with us today. Alan as a consultant as someone who has written about being a millionaire. And, uh, one of your books. Your your first. Was it your first book? It's been It's 25 years old now. Million dollar Consulting was my fourth book, and it's been on the shelves for 30 years. The sixth edition comes out in 2021. And it's in so many languages as well. 15 15 languages. Your legacy is now is a new book, and I want it. Share with everyone that You have Seven profound statements on your website. About what we're doing today. And There were There are many questions that people ask it. End of life. And It's not about How much money They had in the bank, is it? It's about creating meaning and matter to our lives. And you have you have some of the things that people Wish they could have done at the end of their life. I wish I had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me. I wish I hadn't worked so hard. I wish I had the courage to express my feelings. I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends. I wished that I had allowed myself. To be happier. 2021 is a new slate for many a new beginning. Your legacy and that is now is is a book. That you have created to help us create meaning in a life of fulfillment and and do share with us, please. Where do we even begin? Where do we begin? Dr Alan Weiss. Well, you have to understand that a few basic tenants What is that? I don't think our lives their search for meaning. A lot of people like to talk that way is that we're climbing Mount Everest or something. Trying to find some guru. I think it's about the creation of meetings. We're all individuals were all separate people and life's about the creation, meaning for ourselves. Not only that, but you know, when I write about million dollar consulting and so forth, it's a metaphor and the fact is that you have to have a life It's fulfilling. Now. I believe that real wealth is discretionary time. Money's just fuel. And the ability to what you want. When you want is very important. You have coached thousands of people who have left the corporate world. Refugees from the corporate world gone out on their own. And now that they're right on their own. They have a tougher boss than they had before. And it's ridiculous. So you don't create a legacy? Uh, so when you think you're dying moments, you create a legacy every day and a good way to look at this. Frank is in this matter. Every day, There's a page being written in your book of life every day. And the question is, is that page blank or visit a repeat from yesterday? Or someone else writing it for you? Or you writing a new page? Too many people I founded by standards to their own lives. Yes, yes. Um, the late Stephen mended. She may know him because Alan is from from the New England area. He was the founder of the Boston Phoenix and, uh, I had the good fortune of meeting Stephen and working with him for a few years in early early in my life. And he used to say all the time. Hey, everybody! This is not the dress rehearsal. This is it. This is it. There's no dress rehearsal. This is life. That's very true. See, you know, it's right through the whole point. You know, I believe in spirituality in that I'm not talking about religion. I believe about being in connection with the world around you. You have to be conscious of your actions conscious of you, in fact and understand what's going on around you. Just this morning, I was going to work out. You know, it's about 6 30 in the morning and I was down and traveling the back lane. And there were four deer standing there and, you know, I stopped the car. I mean, I'm a grown up, dear. Oh, dear. It's not like an exotic animal, but I stopped the car and just watch them for a while. And watch what they did, and you make a connection and too often. We're rushing through life. We're missing all the connections. Yeah, Yeah, It's so funny. Because this morning on my walk my my pre sunrise walk, which I do with a few women, we walk along the harbor here in Boston, which it was just as you as you can imagine. You saw this morning one of the most beautiful sunrises in a while and We go by the aquarium. We have the harbor seals on the front of the aquarium and the first Cyril's in the back of the aquarium. And to go into and to be In our of these animals, and to just talk with him and see them respond to you is just extraordinary. Well, it is, but I also think that the animals and the Jews are occupied. Looking at the people, you know, it's it's certainly a two way street. You know, one of the great, you know, Just this past year I play with President my dog every day, weather permitting, and German shepherd on. It just occurred to me recently. He's eight tow doing story. You know, 78 years just occurred. So you still think that I'm not flipping this Frisbee so we can run to catch and have a good time. He's indulging me. He realizes that I like to play it. They'll catch it's worth five times. But then she'll head toward the door and say, OK, that's enough. Um uh,.