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Fresh update on "jp" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Bloomberg S and P Futures down, 18 points down Futures down 103 NASDAQ futures Down 71 the decks in Germany's up about 2/10 of a percent. And your Treasury down 6 30 seconds. You have 1.43% yield on the two year 20.12% Nymex crude oil's up about two tens for center, nine cents. It $60.73 a barrel Comex gold little changes, 17 23 20 announced Nathan Karen. We begin in Asia, where stocks fell after China's top banking regulator said he's worried about risks from bubbles in financial markets. He also points to China's property sector is a major concern. We get the latest from Bloomberg's Juliet Sally in Singapore. Good morning, Juliet. Good morning, Nathan and Karen China's Siyassah 300 Fillmore than 2% to a two month low before paring some of the losses to finish the session down. 1.3% of 5349 points. Chinese government bonds gained from a shift towards haven assets, sending yields on benchmark 10 year notes to a nearly three week loan. Hong Kong stocks also get caught in the down wind sentiment to negatively affected their by concerns about further hikes to the city's stamp duty on stock trades. In Singapore. Juliet Solly Bloomberg Daybreak. All right, Julia, thank you. And we're seeing US futures fall this morning. Following that news out of China. This is the S and P. 500 comes off its best day since June, it rose 2.4% with the NASDAQ surged to the 3%. Julia Coronado is president of macro policy perspectives. I think if we look broadly at asset prices right here, there's nothing wrong with that. There's nothing wrong with longer term interest rates where they are. Financial condition probably are still very easy and the likely hear more on those financial conditions later this week. In our marks from Jay Powell, the Fed chair is set to speak at WHOA Wall Street Journal event this Thursday. The Powell also likely weigh in on stimulus efforts, says President Biden's relief package makes its way through the Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer wants to bring the bill up for debate tomorrow. The Democrats are still wrangling over the details like who should get $1400 checks and whether enhanced unemployment benefits should be 300 or $400 a week. Still, Republican Congressman John Caf Co. Of New York tells us the bill will likely pass. It's not gonna look like it did. But when it came out of the house, and particularly with the economy, crushing $15 minimum wage, which would lead to 1.4 million job losses, That's not a stimulus. So with that take being taken out of the equation. I know that there's some horse trading going on in the Senate right now. Look forward to see what the final product is. I'm going to keep an open mind on it. Representative Can't go spoke with our chief Washington correspondent Kevin So, really on Bloomberg Sound on tune into the show today at 5 P.m. Wall Street time when Kevin speaks with Senator Elizabeth Warren Turning to the pandemic. Now the vaccination campaign has regained Momenta my lost to severe weather last month. We've had three consecutive days of two million shots or more since Friday, and authorities expect that trend to continuous Johnson and Johnson's vaccine is added to the mix be cut up with J and J Chairman and CEO Alex Gorsky. We've got a safe we've got ineffective. Single shot vaccine that could be refrigerated using very standard procedures, and that's going to be available right here in the United States, the tune of 100 million doses by June of this year. Gorski felt spoke with David West and on Bloomberg's balance of power, which you can catch at noon Wall Street time on Bloomberg Radio and television. Stay tuned for more of our interview with the Johnson and Johnson CEO coming up later this hour in his vaccines pick up employers are welcoming staff back to the office. JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Diamond says he'd like employees to get the shot, but it's unlikely to be mandatory. In an exclusive interview with Bloomberg, Diamond said the work landscape has changed forever. But still more people will come back to work. I think you'll be a large portion probably work in the office. Think of our branches. Cash management, probably most the trading floors, etcetera. There'll be some hybrids where you spend two days two weeks at home in two weeks in the officer, three weeks home a week in the office or three days and two days and two days, three days. But so I think it will reduce the need for commercial real estate. But they're huge weaknesses to the zoom World, Diamond says working from home for an extended time could bring long term economic and social damage. Stay tuned for more of our exclusive interview with the JP Morgan CEO coming up 10 minutes from now. Emergence of that zoom world has seen business for zoom boom during the pandemic Shares are up 8% of the company reported earnings that topped estimates and issued a bullish outlook. We get more from Bloomberg's done, Christner Zoom is projecting annual revenue above estimates. Sales growth is forecasted 43% impressive, yes, but far below the 326% increase for the fiscal year and in January Chairs and zoom jumped nearly fivefold last year as it became one of the biggest beneficiaries of the work and learn from home paradigm. The challenge now is producing an outlook is things move toward normalcy? I'm Doug Prisoner. Bloomberg a break. All right, Doug. Thanks on Capitol Hill today. President Biden's pick to head the SEC appears for confirmation hearing in the Senate. We get the latest on the proceedings from Bloomberg's. We need a young Wall Street is set to learn just how tough President Biden's watchdogs will be..
Fresh update on "jp" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Time. Over the past week over 19 cases of rivers and that risen a bit in Southeast Asia. Some areas of Europe and in the U. S. The W. H O has alerted the globe that it is very worried oven infection rebound us. The declining case rate is stabilized that level it is concerning to the CDC director wish l will Inskeep. With the release of the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine CEO Alex Gorsky says it has been extraordinarily effective in preventing serious cases of covert 19. China says it plans to vaccinate 40% of its population by the end of June to this point, only 3.5% vaccinated Vice President Kamila Harris during the Bloomberg City Lab Global City summit today. Said. The U. S. Is has the imperative to strengthen city structures. California Governor Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders say they have reached a deal that will push schools to re open by April in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, this is Bloomberg. Rashad. All right, Thanks. Let's get even and back to our guest of the half out. Tracy McMillan, head of global asset allocations, So and I started Wells Fargo. Traces just reading your notes. And it does seem that you have a fear, which is similar to others that the Fed with perhaps the averaging inflation targeting that they were going to be practicing. And on top of that, this very very accommodative stance could lead to, perhaps and over shooting in terms of inflation, etcetera, etcetera on that, perhaps that fed ultimately being behind the curve of your thoughts on this That's definitely arrest, although it's one that we would say is a low probability risk. But as you mentioned, it's it's possible that we could see these inflation spikes for this summer in particular spring summer as we re open as There are more consumers speaking services speaking goods. We We've already seen prices in today's P M. My numbers that were very, very strong. And so as we go through these months, it's possible we could see this escalation spikes the markets could get worried. If that's the Fed has lost control of rapes and the Ford the feds, then maybe forced You know, uh, prematurely are faster than they're now saying that they want to tighten so definitely a risk that South there, But, yeah, low probability, right? You Why do you see more upside in emerging markets than developed markets? Yeah, So in terms of emerging markets, we do like the global reflation. That is that is hoping those companies Increase their earnings and also there are a number of emerging markets that are still tied to commodities and we do think commodities will strengthen from here, particularly as as demand improves and the global The global economy continues to grow. We did see global exports at a new post crisis high and December and I think we just mentioned on this show that China vaccine would allow has been somewhat slow, but it is increasing. So we think that there are lots of reasons why Ernie could continue to get a rise in emerging markets. Contrast that with the bell markets and in developed markets week See that Europe and Japan are still struggling with ease and trends and demographic and fiscal issues and that they are also struggling. Theo get more people vaccinated. So yeah, the recovery is probably gonna be a little slower there. Yeah, Jacey just picking up on the commodities theme. I mean, we've come so far with commodities complex. How much is there left to go? Yes. So we think that there is upside potential for the commodities complex from here. Um, US oil producers in particular, we think are moving from maximum production to, um or capital discipline approach in. Ah, lot of the earnings calls that we've heard this This past quarter. We're hearing the leveraging boosting cash flow, supporting dividends and buy back So we think that you know they're they're moving towards more stabilization in terms of the barrels per day so that support oil prices. And other commodities just this global reflation and significantly higher growth this year. I have to say your your estimation of us GDP at 4.7% is quite low. Bloomberg Economics yesterday said around 7.4%. And both JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley up in like 2 6.5% range. Why? Yeah, So we way were conservative coming into the year and we are looking to increase our U. S growth rate as we've seen the first quarter Come in off stronger than we anticipated. So you know, I do You expect us to be 5%.
Fresh update on "jp" discussed on Balance of Power
"To Washington, D. C. Bloomberg 99. 12, Boston, Bloomberg, one of 61 to San Francisco Bloomberg 9 16 to the country, Sirius XM Channel 1, 19. And around the Globe. The Bloomberg business out. Bloomberg Radio. Com please, he's balance of power. With David Westin coming up on balance of power. JP Morgan Chase chairman and CEO Jamie Diamond is here with his views on the economy, his bank and potential competition from Wal Mart. But first we get a market check from jug prisoner David. Thank you. Well, the equity market seems to have shaken off a lot of the concern we have seen expressed about the potential negative impact of higher Treasury yields. For the moment focuses on economic reopening and faster growth. And a part of the story includes the factory index from the I s M Way are now at the highest level we've seen in about three years, at least for the month of February. Earlier today, Richmond Fed Bank President Tom Barkin told us exclusively inflation is expected to be moderate in the medium to longer term. However, it's a different story in the near term that do you think we're gonna have price pressure in the fall in the spring? Because I do think we're gonna have pent up demand is Vaccines or rolled out and warmer weather approaches. So how do you think we're gonna see that price pressure Right now We've got a 10 year Treasury yielding just under 1.45%. We've picked up a little more than four basis points on the day. Right now, Dow Industrial average is up by more than 2%. In the broader market financials leading the S and P 500 higher by nearly 2.3%. Outperformer Russell 2000 with a gain of something greater than 3% right now and in the NASDAQ market, the composite index is ahead by 2.5%. Some dollar weakness with the Bloomberg dollar spot Index down 1/10 of 1% wt I crude oil. Meantime, weaker by more than 2% were trading 60 20. I'm Doug prisoner. That is your Bloomberg business Flash. Thank you so much to Doug.
Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen launch podcast
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"jp" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"JP Morgan Chase made a $5 Million investment to K L P in 2018. Well, projects continue over 19 put a speed bump in the plan, and the additional funding is going to help support loan efforts. Giambi, Devon Kate, What have you news Radio. The New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness is working to prevent misinformation about the covert 19 vaccine. As Ky. Nobody's Kimberly Adams reports. The department says. The origin of the myths are both foreign and domestic. It is very prevalent. It's a very real concern is definitely a problem. Jared Maples, director of the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and prepared this is talking about a huge online misinformation campaign about the Kobe 19 vaccine the vaccine and kill you. That's just untrue. At this point number two is the vaccinations would change your DNA's strain, and there's a lot of times behind this. Obviously, if it does not alter your data, and the third one is that would give you coronavirus. It's not alive back. It targeted a different way. This misinformation, he says, is purposely being spread from this country and elsewhere. Foreign actors that have been behind this the Russians, the Chinese Iran, Sometimes you have troll farms, for example, and their intelligence apparatus and then the other one is from the domestic extremist actors. People are trying to foment and cause chaos inside of our government, some linked to the deadly capital insurrection last month. His advice No, your sources. Your information from proper government resource is legitimate government accounts and then a credential accredited media. The NJ Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness has more Info on its website. Kimberly Adams, K Y. W News Radio. German police have custody of events sent back from the United States after living here more than half his life. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz on why the former Nazi concentration camp guard was deported to Germany after living in the United States since 1959 Friedrich Karl Berger is now 95 is being held by police in Frankfurt. Berger admitted to U. S authorities. He had served as a guard for a few weeks at the end of the war, he said, But he also said he did not see abuse or killings now, Ah.
"jp" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"JP Jodie Mack Happy Spring training Happy outdoor hockey weekend over there in Lake Tahoe, of course, that game resuming in about an hour, so with my friend always enjoy talking baseball, hockey and life with you. That's a good thing and I take it. You're staying up for the finish of the outdoor game that has been pushed back to a midnight Eastern start. Oh, yeah, certainly really unique day. Of course, In in baseball, we are known to have whether delays related to precipitation. In this case, It was a weather delay that was precipitated by sunlight. If you will, too much too much. Sun created some Tough conditions there with some divots on on the playing surface there, So yeah, we'll be staying up to watch the avalanche of Gold Knights and and I really applaud the NHL for trying to do something then unique, of course, bringing the game outside. But of course, doing it in the spot where They really wouldn't have thought about doing it if it wasn't for the current circumstances so really remarkable that they're bringing it out there and in late, our beautiful setting, and we'll see two of the game's best back on the ice here shortly. Take a baseball guy to decide. Hey, hockey can be affected by whether to deal with it. We deal with it all The time is right. Exactly. Guys get tough to deal with that JP Marosi our guys here on CBS Sports Radio. Um You guys want to say you guys, You're good at this. Others are more cutting edge than you just live to break stories and get inside information and like Gotta give the San Diego Padres credit because I had no idea that not only were they talking to Fernando to teach junior about a contract extension, but a record setting 14 years $340 million.1. When did you first hear about it and were used as surprised that I was At the magnitude of the agreement to teach two parties came to Well, Judy, it was mentioned a little bit earlier in the off season. There was least some conversation, but in terms of actually getting done, it really all came out in one time, and certainly seeing the reports the numbers were massive. It was not something I was expecting to break at that particular time. I think it's instructive of The trust that exists right now between the Padres and Fernando Chatty's junior. I think one of the key points to make here is that at a time when you and I know a lot of the The top prospects in the game are often not brought up to begin a season, though, come up later on service. Time. Considerations, of course, can be part of that. But with Totti's, he made the opening day roster in 2019. And I wonder if that relationship and that trust really played a role in his wanting to sign the deal. And, of course, on the other side. Um, this is certainly a massive commitment by the Padres. I think that the way that his free agent years our value Jody right around $30 million a year is massive. But if they're right about what kind of player they've got here That's around the numbers that we're going to see. And as you consider to me as well, Jody the contracts that are longer term that if not played out well, Miguel Cabrera Who holes Kano come to mind. Those deals are all for players into their early forties. And in this case, Todd Pieces deal goes through his age 35 seasons. He should still be. Think by any reasonable aging curve and elite hitter up through age 32 33. Then you're paying for another couple years where you hope that he's still a great hitter by then, and maybe he's playing. Different position at that point, but certainly that's long after Eric Hosmer's deal is up, and I think you you take a real look at the big picture there, and he is the type of player that you want to marry your franchises. Future two's an athlete. He moves around the diamond. If you need him to. He can steal a base for you. The power is there. The defense is there. He is what you want in terms of the person who's going to be in on the cover the press guide, as they say, And I think Todd sees will have that title in San Diego for a very, very long time. Surely is all those things that you just described, but he's also something else. He's a guy who has yet to log an entire major league season under its belt. He's played 143 career games. Last time I checked, they're planning on playing 1 62 this year. So the court over the course of two years later, of course, the Corona shortened season. Um they have not. He hasn't even gotten a full season and yet Are we assured that he is going to be able? Just continue. I'm not asking him to get better because he pretty damn good right now. But if he stays at the level, can you actually project anybody to do that 14 years going out? Even that is young. His age. Is he starting here 22. Well, that's a great question, Jodi. And it is a lot to ask of any human to be that great. It's something for 14 straight years in any profession, let alone one that's a difficult on the skills and on the mentality is as being a major league baseball player. What I look at the way that his his skill set fits the sport right now and because of the two way impact offense and defense Course, that the base running also was elite. He makes enough impact in different aspects of the game that you envision and being a superstar in this league for a very, very long time. And Given his age, and this is one of the key facts about this, But why a deal makes sense for a player in this Age bracket, if you will is when you're extending a player for more than 10 years. Almost by definition, You're going to feel very uncomfortable about it if the player is already in his later twenties or his thirties because we've all seen and and as numbers have become such a large part of the game. It's just not a very sound investment for players who were at that point of their career in taxis. They're signing this deal at the right time. You look at the other two deals that are of the same magnitude, I guess of recent position players, trout and bets. They're all players who signed pro contracts as as teenagers. And while obviously the NC double a system has been great for baseball in this country, it's also a reality that One of the quickest pathways to get paid huge dollars early is to sign out of high school when you're that kind of a talent, and then you hit free agency three years earlier in in many cases or two years earlier, depending on how you look at it with the college route, so that those years we have seen Jody, um are are premium he is being locked up in his premium years..
Zuckerberg part of $100M ‘California Black Freedom Fund’
"Organizations and corporations have launched the California Black Freedom Fund. It is a five year $100 Million initiative that the group says will provide resource is too black lead organizations in the state aiming to eradicate systemic racism. 25 thunders include philanthropic groups of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan. Philanthropist Lorien Powell Jobs as well as JP Morgan Chase. The group says the fund aims to address what they call the history of under investment in black lead organizations. Report
Hi Lo Silver
"Taiwan is a director and global markets. At the bank of montreal. He wanted us to stress. his comments. reflect his personal opinions and are not the official position of the bank of montreal. So i asked him to give me his thoughts about the very essence of silver. Sometimes we call in our circles the devils metal because when it moves it can sit for a long time and not wrote but when it moves it can move rapidly and with a certain amount of viciousness fed devils metal sunday commodities trading seems way more exciting than it usually does like the devils metal sounds very treacherous so there are several theories that have been bouncing around the market now a bites spike in silver. And why it happened and who is behind it and let's not forget silvers. Thirteen percent swing oviously pales in comparison to the nearly five hundred percent jump in price that game stop stocks or last week. But that doesn't mean that there weren't any casualties in the silver market. Yes there were winners and losers ryan. I asked tie with a maybe that was the whole point. That like with game stop stock. Some traders might have tried to talk up the price of silver with the aim of hurting some big wall street players who are in the silver market. So that's the first theory and it was one that tired hurt as well. The stories made. It's made its way on reddit. Which one was that j. P. morgan was desperately short Silver and would have to cover. This was a way to get a j. p. morgan which is The biggest bank in the united states that conspiracy theory has been around for a long time. It is also a canard jiffy morgan's one of the biggest bullion banks in the world. They lend lot of metal out but they typically do not lend it out uncollateralized they lend metal but you have to give them dollar so while they may be short metal in a location for a short period of time. It's never anything that could come anywhere near to bringing a major bank to its knees much less. Jp morgan so this was already going after j. P. morgan no j. p. morgan not in in the crosshairs got it so theory to then so those. This bows going around. Maybe some of the short seller's who got squeezed on game stop last week have been trying to distract what ty likes to call the red legions to shift their attention and their money and their trading activity to silver. That seems a little farfetched. I think if you were short. Jimmy and amc Entirely consumed with trying to make sure your position workout. You had enough funding the hold as long as you could. I'm not sure if those would be the folks who would open up another another front in the in the war. So to speak against the raiders. You can't dismiss it completely out of hand but that seems fairly unlikely so this wasn't like the short seller's strike back no okay well we'll maybe not or maybe it was just a bad strike maybe just about strike strike so theory three then that some traders who long silver which means that they own it an expected to rise in price. Maybe they kind of infiltrated the the red at message boards in order to jack up the price of silver so that they could then make some money. Yeah they they were like double agents kind of double agents in the market. Exactly that you know. That is an appealing narrative. If you're if you're long and you are and you're trying to push the market with with news like this even though you could certainly great reddit account and use a vpn and try to keep your anonymity. This would clearly be considered. I think mark manipulation. Now i'm not an attorney but this type of thing that might lend a a clever entrepreneur. A long stay in federal penitentiary in. That's pretty that's a pretty steep price to pay if you're a silver traitor and you join read it and say like hey everybody jump into silver. You literally go to jail. You could literally go to jail so that seems like the stakes are a little bit too high for me. That is a high price to pay for the devils medal and indeed. So it's maybe not that either but the fact is that something did happen to silver this week tie. It was like a combination of rumors and the willingness of silver traders to grasp this opportunity that was presented to them by this price surge the mindset of market makers and many traders are. Oh you want to push it. You push as much as you like and once you're done we'll see where we end up in It will go on it. We'll go on trading and doing what
This top cancer scientist thought he knew a lot about cancer. Then he got it.
"I wanted. I didn't want to have not only smoldering away in my pelvis. bit also small does away and you hit. It's always in your head as much as i could rationalize it and say i'm very scientific in my approach things and it wasn't a problem every day would come to me at three o'clock in the morning when i sat a worrying about all the other things worry about three o'clock in the morning you will saying parts of them and the body that they will never really say themselves. Also get tonight. It's an extraordinary thing that that was true kind of but it is still amazes me today. That people want to see the inside. Bids cannot have my video. I want to share it on social media. you know. i've seen all your videos on youtube. Can you make sure my prostate goes up in this episode. It's a franken. Feel this conversation about an experience. Men don often talked publicly about. So let's meet the scientist and the surgeon interested in nature. This is professor robe ramsey as a molecular biologist and kansas scientist and on the saudi also makes art. He's a black belt in karate rossi's by his husband father of two children but trying to understand how the natural world works was a i love of his and i've always been driven by trying to understand biology and i'm also a little bit inclined to like machinery and structures and the way things work and essentially sells Machines and i like the way they operate and they're really have siamese different facets to them and of causing disease machinery goes wrong for me. The very first day i was in an operating theatre watching people take cancerous. Lump sexually as it was then breast cancer. I was instantly captivated. This is professor. Declan murphy lading urologist and kansas surgeon. He's been in a for over a decade but you can he he's rh lilt and even though it's cancer he's dealing with everyday like rob. He's loved his job. Died dot. I was in the operating theatre was meeting these patients before and after as a medical student and honestly i just became almost overwhelmed by the idea that people will allow other people to do surgery on them. That it's such a huge privilege to be allowed to do surgery but i was fascinated by urology because it's it's quite a a big field work. In it's everything from the kidneys dancer. The bladder and the prostate and the pain is in. The testicles are all areas in the urology domain that can be affected by cancer. Now dick lennon rob happened to be call. Eggs at the pay to mccallum will pay to mac cancel santa in melbourne as a scientist rob's focused on amongst other tricky conundrums developing vaccines that target gastrointestinal cancers like colorectal cancer as a surgeon declines leading the way with us robotics in the operating theatre and often the cancer arena. You'll find that scientists and surgeons just don't traditionally makes much but robin declan like many others at paid amac a different because i want to do science. That reflects the needs of people with cancer and the clinicians trading them are remember being at a hospital where declan was doing a tag team robotic procedure on a patient was having some colorectal surgery plus a prostatectomy and i was there on saturday morning with my eyes pocket collecting some samples clincal trial without doing their in the operating room because these patients have agreed to be part of a trial in that case. That was a patient to kansas. Quite complex work but rob wanted some tissue as some cancerous tissue to take into the lab. And i was watching these two guys work. Seamlessly together is something is a of beauty in any group of people that do things well together and there's almost subliminal communication. What's coming next that i'm bumping to each other The theater staff all expert. They work as attainments really like a formula one team. It a stop and i'd never. I've never worked in the center where you will have a a professor of colorectal science in the operating room with you so and we get used to that at peter. Mac it's the same prostate the same for melanoma central breast and and i just find as an extraordinary environment. I've never worked in a place that has that. Degree of translational multidisciplinary care where people are. They're asking the questions taking the tissue doing trials etcetera etcetera. And it's just a extraordinary. I can do some cool things in my lab question. I of been geneticists for most of my research life and we can do cool things with jane's in cells and also indeed on animals and you can find great science out of that but does it always reflect what's going on in the patient and the answer is sometimes but not always and i want to the always it is relevant. What happens in a patient. It's all about the patient in the has always westbound lot that though so these two colleagues late in their fields in cancer but then kind of a sudden curve ball and a role change. The scientists in the surgeon were about to become the surgeon. And he's patient he's rob i have a great jp. I've been going to for quite a long time. Really thoughtful considerate kanda guy. We've we always have a great show. When i go to visit him. I have a checkup every six months. For basically blood blood pressure to have a level that cannot be controlled just by exercise and diet.
U.S. stocks finish slightly higher in choppy session
"Finished slightly higher today and a choppy session Fox business that works Geri Willis in New York reports stocks closing marginally higher Tuesday is interest rates touch their highest levels in months, the Dow closed up 60 points, the S and P was one point higher and the NASDAQ was up 36 points. Losses from major tech companies kept the major averages in check. Big winner today. Goldman Sachs, which closed up nearly 3%, JP Morgan and Bank of America also closed in the green. Higher rates are a positive for the nation's financial institutions, which will be reporting earnings at the end of the week. Rates have been rising since Democrats secured majorities in both the House and Senate and investors expect a big stimulus bill early this year. But higher rates will make it harder. Protect companies to keep expanding at the torpid pace they set last year
Tech Giants Join Corporate Reckoning Over Political Spending
"Is looking at money in politics in a new light. Ah growing list of companies is pausing some political spending after last week's violent attack on the U. S. Capitol. Among them are tech giants Facebook, Microsoft and Google and big banks, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan. Full disclosure. Those five companies are among NPR's recent sponsors. NPR's Alina Cellucci reports. One after another. Corporations piled on one trade group called for the removal of President Trump and not just hanging group, the National Association of Manufacturers, a longtime supporter of Trump. Many of the tech and banking giants halted all their political giving, at least for a few months. Marriott, Comcast, Airbnb and others stopped donations to specific Republican lawmakers. Those who fought the certification of the election at this moment right that this crisis moment they sensitive, really important signal. MEREDITH McGee. He's the executive director of issue one and nonprofit that works to reduce the influence of money in politics. You just can't really over emphasize the role that donor Play in the current political calculation, and it's unusual to see so many companies on their own without a campaign to pressure them publicly address how they contribute to the current political state. But there are caveats. This is often the moment when many companies reevaluate their political spending right after an election. Plus, there are many ways companies make political donations. All the corporate statements now are about their official political action committees, but there are also super PACs. And tax exempt groups that don't have to disclose donors and a lot of corporate spending flows from individuals like executives. The biggest question is money in politics groups ask. Will this flurry of corporate reckoning be an epiphany or a fat Alina Cell yuk NPR news?
Here Are the New York Companies Hitting Pause on Political Donations
"Companies have suspended political donations. Ah lobbying Group in Washington says We have never seen anything like this. New York companies that have now suspended contributions either to all members of Congress or just two Republican senators who voted against certifying the election. Include Verizon, American Express, MasterCard, BlackRock, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, Visa and JP Morgan Chase. Now, the R and a golf governing body said. Body says it will boycott President Trump's golf course in Scotland to as the PGA is doing in Bedminster, New Jersey.
Bitcoin Will One Day Hit $1 Million
"Bitcoin blowing through new records today. The crypto currency gaining thirty three percent. This week alone in case you missed it. Wargin creeks anthony. Poblano join us last night here on fast. Listen to what he said about. Bitcoin is headed. If you really think about the technology world we talk about ten x improvement props. Bitcoin is at least ten x better than gold in every way. And so i think that if you just think of a bitcoin product that has to expedite and mortgage cap kind of follows that that would put bitcoin at a million dollars. Coin right just two golds market cap in case you thought you heard wrong. That's a million dollars. A coin became. We're specifically talking about j. p. morgan's known on on Bitcoin from earlier in the week and they were making the point that there have been outflows from gold inflows. Bitcoin as bitcoin has ramped and so the notion is that bitcoin would be a replacement. Are you on board that because that seems to be the main driver these days For the bullish thesis on bitcoin. Yeah i think listen. It's digital goal that narrative has taken off this year among the institutional community and just to put a couple of numbers around that so we have gold. Roughly it's market. It's total value is about ten trillion bitcoins out about seven hundred billion eight hundred billion right now. That jp morgan not talked about if all of the money came out of gold into bitcoin. That would be somewhere around two point seven trillion dollars. So that's probably almost. What a quadruple from the price. From where we all right now maybe a little bit more a quadruple puts you at j. p. morgan's price at one hundred and forty six thousand. So it's not necessarily a reasonable. My only concern is when you you know. And i think pop made a great point. My concern is when you have these these these big upside targets then. People say hey. I'm gonna just going load into it here and i just. I've been doing it for years. But i remind people. Bitcoin has months where it's down thirty forty percent so you could buy a forty thousand today and watch it go to twenty thousand and that would not be unusual and we should make the point to that. Anthony made clear that you could see wild swings on the way to a million dollars a point up twenty percent or down twenty percent or thirty percent for that matter. Cape fat kate. I imagine that your clients are inquiring. I mean this has got to be on everybody's mind so how. How do you approach that honestly. Melissa bitcoin is not my joint jealous of the people who are in. It made a lot of money. I don't get. It doesn't make a lot of sense to me and why bitcoin if you say cryptocurrency generally cage supply-and-demand. If bitcoin is doing that well it will attract other crypto currencies. So i'm gonna sit on the sidelines on this one.
Haven will shut down, ending joint healthcare bid by Amazon, Berkshire, JP Morgan
"Started by Amazon. JP Morgan Chase in Berkshire Hathaway is dead. Executives Jeff Bezos, Jamie Diamond and Warren Buffett launched it three years ago, hoping to transform health care. And reduce costs for workers that their three companies, The Wall Street Journal, says havens goals were too ambitious. It also lost leadership because of the pandemic. You may be paying more for
Haven, the Amazon-Berkshire-JPMorgan venture to disrupt health care, is disbanding after 3 years
"Ventures started by Amazon. JP Morgan Chase in Berkshire Hathaway is dead. Executives Jeff Bezos, Jamie Diamond and Warren Buffett launched it three years ago, hoping to transform health care and reduce costs for workers that their three companies The Wall Street Journal says Havens goals were too ambitious. It also lost leadership because of the pandemic. You may be paying more
Haven will shut down, ending joint healthcare bid by Amazon, Berkshire, JP Morgan
"Amazon. Berkshire hathaway and j. p. morgan say they're ending their joint. Healthcare venture haven just a few years after its founding. He even was launched with the goal of reducing healthcare costs for employees of those companies. But it showed few signs of impact. A spokeswoman said the companies will continue to collaborate informally in the future haven will cease operations next month.
Haven, the Amazon-Berkshire-JPMorgan venture to disrupt health care, is disbanding after 3 years
"New England business. The healthcare venture created by three corporate giants to attack storing care costs will will be be shuttering shuttering only only a a couple couple years years after after launching launching A A statement statement from from Haven Haven says says it it will will end end operations operations at at the the end end of of February. February. The The venture venture was was formed formed a a 2018 2018 by by Amazon, Amazon, JP JP Morgan Morgan Chase Chase in Berkshire Hathaway. The independent company was created to focus on improving care delivered to employees of those businesses while doing a better job managing The
Best of 2020
"Up next we meet one of ireland's finance jeff's kp mcmahon based in galway the michelin starred chefs. Culinary accomplishments include any restaurant and anne robotic cookery school as well as his. Release the irish cookbook. One of the most beautiful cookbook releases off. Twenty twenty till's the story of irish feud and how it has evolved over thousands of years showcasing the richness and variety of food from this green islands with its five hundred authentic recipes. The author jp mcmahon jones me in the studio back in march to discuss the book on how irish food is about so much more than just lamb stew and potatoes as was initially. It was a bit apprehensive because there are many many irish food cookbooks in the twentieth century. But i suppose. I found that a lot of them had been written for an irish audience or perhaps people travelling to ireland. It was important for me to try and give an international dimension and was one of the reasons why publishing with fight on made a difference because they have a global reach and it was in order to try and change the perception of irish food. I think also because we have a restaurant called a near which is will mission star restaurant. We've had it for ten years and we've been investigating irish food for ten years and i felt a lot of the things that we've been doing over. Those ten years weren't in cookbooks. And some of them are very old things like using seaweed using wild food in different ways. And i wanted i suppose that a record of that and that was the start i think the initial for doing it was a had traveled a lot to different places and taking part in chef events and i realized that are affected that we had really good produce in ireland. I'm we just weren't singing about it now. I took part in events in mexico in america and canada in europe and we were always celebrating the cuisine of a particular area. And as why are we doing this. And why aren't we kind of like saying well. We have really good food where shellfish or or whatever so. They were kind of the driving forces behind the book. Now what do you think. Ireland has been so modest about its food on its culinary legacy heritage. I think there's a certain humbleness modesty to irish people and they're probably not the best people at selling themselves like i think we're frustrated capitalists and we want to do things but at the same time we don't want to come across as being bombastic. I think that's worn element. I think the second element is the famine and the subsequent diaz before that happens. I think that impacted irish food particularly of the twentieth century and on the one hand you had people that did not have that much access to food in art and even though there was a lot of food and then the second part you had people who did have access that is food. Who were i think. Predominantly from the anglo-irish irish element and some has be would call the west brits so the people who would be associated with england and these people who had food. I think we're not considered to be irish often. This kind of tension between the tradition that it goes all the way back at least a thousand years between people on the island and people who have food and people don't have food on who we consider irish what we consider irishness tried to take a very broad perspective on it. And so when you go into the archives of the recipe books that you find are from landed gentry anglo-irish aristocracy mostly on. I think when became independent in nineteen twenty two. We kind push that assignment. But that's not really irish. You talk about going to the archives of research did you actually conducts to gather all these five hundred recipes. You having this book. Some of it was looking at best. Baseball's cookbooks from the nineteenth to twentieth century and looking through tried to pick recipes that i thought represented ireland in that respect i found stuff like say pollen is a river fish that is almost forgotten and offend a wonderful pollen recipe. I think in the nineteen seven book and interest. Enough are fishmonger had just been talking about pollen and nobody easing it and it all goes to europe and his fish from nee in northern ireland. That was one thing. I think looking ass older manuscripts was wonderful thing. Because i love history as well and looking at how people wrote recipes and how they i suppose. There was a certain assumption in recipes that the person who was reading new it already so the method was very very scant and often the recipe books were household management books. That would be passed down from mother to a daughter to a granddaughter so people could be able to cook the recipes. Were very interesting. A lot of pickles. Stuff a lot of preserve stuff because there was no frigid. So a lot of salting like i suppose. There's almost like how to live because if you couldn't do these things then you in trouble. Did you come across many recipes that had been practically forgotten already. Yeah like one or two some that we probably would not eat now. One was pickled herring. Which i thought was really interesting because i did a story and friend of mine because i thought didn't they meant herring and she was like no. That's terron lake orion and i was like wow because there's one heron galway and flies up and down and if anyone was to pick them i be in trouble but the interesting thing was that it reminded me of like an s quebec spanish dish where they cook fish or chicken and they covered in vinegar and wine solution and essentially that was the recipe and the recipe started off was like chopped the heads off one hundred hereon got and viscera them. That was the start of the recipe. And i was like wow. That's already a big mess. Some of the other things that are still useful. I think i put it in was quincy and quincy eric. Something that are not native to ireland but there was a lot in the seventeenth and eighteenth century that would preserve a lot of quences and so preserved. Quincy was what i would call mark cross again and again and again and also recipes would almonds. The irish were obsessed with amines. Which again is one of those interesting things to think about because again. Do not come from ireland.
Airline Cards Lose Luster as Coronavirus Persists
"Do either of you have any airline credit cards? Yes, I've gotten American Airlines one doctor. I don't know. Have a Delta one and a blue one, actually, um Question for for both of you, I guess for Mike, So you've got an American Airlines one. Is that a card that prior to this year you used heavily on a regular basis. Know when I had kids, I switched almost all of my spending over to a 5 29 Rewards credit card instead of in airline credit card. I paid the annual fee at this point, mainly because it gets me free checked luggage on any of my American Airlines flights for myself, and I think up to three other passengers, so for me You know, family of five. If we fly one time a year, the credit card he pays for itself in chucked in checked bags, But you've made the selfish decision to prioritize your kid's education over your own travel. Correct, Very selfish. I'm sorry to hear that. You know Honestly, what the reason I ask this is that these these airline credit cards are big money makers in a number of different areas. The first is a lot of people don't realize this, But let's say that you get apart. Let's say you apply for one of these new airline credit cards, and there is a 60,000 mile bonus that goes for the jet blue water for the Delta one. Those miles don't just materialize out of thin air. What we actually end up seeing is that the bank that issues that card whether it's JP Morgan, whether it is Barclays whether it is Bank of America. Whoever is issuing that card pays the airline for those miles in order to generate the bonus. And so these bonuses can be very lucrative for the airlines. Because you know if you will get the cost the average cause if you're looking at the price on these miles Generally, the ballpark is anywhere between one and two cents per miles. That means on a 50,000 mile bonus, the airline that is offering that bonus is picking up anywhere from 500 to $1000 in revenue just by virtue of someone signing up for one of those cards. It's a lot of revenue and they don't have to fly anyone in order to generate it. So they get all this revenue and they don't do anything. It's just okay. Here we go. We've got a potential liability in the future. What they earn. This revenue was Sorry. You don't have as many people signing up for these airline rewards cards and the reason why is look, you just don't have that many people traveling. So why would you sign up for a brand new airline Rewards card? If you're not gonna use it any time soon, and with the potential of devaluations coming for these rewards programs as well. So a couple things there. I would think right now that the airlines are enticing people and maybe offering I actually know that they're offering. You know extra mileage rewards If they devalue those miles on the tail end of this, That's a different story, And I think they might, but I think that some of them are offering additional miles Chuck in your case. Are you paying annual fees on both JetBlue and Delta? The credit card. Yes, I am. Okay. Have you thought about cancer? I mean, you haven't flown at all this year or at least not since pre pandemic. I'm guessing you probably won't fly until May or June of this year. I flown once this year. Actually, no, that's not true. I flown once pre pandemic and once post pandemic s, so it's actually paid for itself even this year, but generally speaking, all fly You know 3 to 5 times a year. Are you able to justify those fees? So I've actually spoken to the issuers and gotten the majority of those fees refunded? Um, just because they get like you just say Look, I'm thinking about canceling this card. I'm not using it, They'll say OK, like either they'll offer you additional points not so much right now because they don't want to be spending the money order to say OK, we'll reduce your waive the fee for the year. But I wanna be able to keep him for the long term because they have things that are attractive based on you know, our travel plans and things like that. So, um the other piece on this is It's not just the airlines that lose out on a little bit of business. You also have the payment network so place you know, cos like a visa or in American Express. If individuals start using debit cards, which they're using Maura of and less credit cards, fewer credit cards. What you end up with is a situation where the interchange fees that normally would be collected on that credit card usage. Those don't end up getting paid out. And so it creates a little bit of a wrinkle then for you know these these issuers now They obviously are able to make that up with the fact that hey, people, you know, are using cash way less this year. And so maybe they're just not using the travel cards as much. But we saw here was that traveling entertainment purchases were down 69% year over year on Amex cards and 70% on Visa cards compared to a year ago for the last quarter, So obviously they're seeing a big change in volume there, then that means you know fewer interchange fees collected for these companies.
NFL Week 11 injuries
"Let's talk about the injury report that has come out. Like i said this injury report is only two days old. It's not all three days But what is looking like alamar. Pet did not participate because of Concussion protocol tanner. Hudson has been not participating due to an a a non injury related incident others actually tweet out by mark cook. Apparently tenor had lost his father earlier this week. So that is apparently what is going on with him. So our condolences to tanner and the hudson family out there. thoughts and prayers and good vibes with you guys out there and We'll see you back real soon. Rob gronkowski also did not participate. But that looks like that was just a veterans day. Type situation That he took and then jp was limited with a knee but he's been limited something all your long. He'll be fine to go so it doesn't look like we have much on the report for the tampa bay buccaneers out outside the alley marquette situation to monitor. Yeah exactly everyone. Everyone's fine everyone be there. Everyone's been upgraded to even limited. You know has been upgraded to full participation. The people that are not precipitation our veterans or unfortunately for ten or hudson family matter You know in. so yeah. We're we're we're. We have a lot of guys on the list but besides alley we're full go and yet the rams they only have one person really on their on their oh week eleven or ten and have one guy on your frigging injury report. Brian allen is he. He's an offensive. Lineman is he one of their main guys. I don't know linebacker. i read around. Their offense of line is what he's listed as. I don't know i didn't even care. I was so disgusted. I look it up these starter. What oh so disgusted
PNC to buy US unit of Spain's BBVA bank for $11.6 billion
"PNC Bank is about to become the nation's largest regional bank after agreeing to buy the U. S operations of a lender based in Spain. The price tag here is $11.6 billion Regional lenders have been looking to bulk up is larger rivals like JP Morgan Chase and Bank of America, expand their digital offerings and move in two more states.
"jp" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
"In france streams every other thursday on team coco's youtube twitter and facebook pages pass gas have been chris. Read joachim booster. Rachel bloom bestselling calapan run. Funches angela johnson. And so many more. It's really a fantastic comedy. Show jam packed featuring some of my favorite people to check it out. If you get a chance follow jean. Cocoa live on instagram for the late show dates and guest lineups. We mentioned this earlier but so many of the stand ups we've had the show they're such big fans of yours and they just said you were so instrumental in helping them shape their sats and help them decide what to do on the show and just as your fans of their work. They're really a big fan of yours and will key tells us that processes like working with comedians especially for the conan show. And just how long it takes. It's probably varies but but just in terms of getting them ready to do is set on the show. It means a lot that people that you've talked to have had experiences. Because i know it can be. It's not the easiest thing to figure out And i'm not always. I don't i certainly don't have a hundred percent track record on it but i when i do love is i love trying to figure out how to basically every time i think about it. It's trying to solve a problem. Comics are not normally testing out five minutes sets in front of the same audience that they're going to be doing it in for studio right. So i do really enjoy trying to rely on their their skills in their strengths. And then give my little two cents of kate. How do we get into this. The quickest way possible but also. That feels natural. Because you've got to really win over so quickly and you don't have time to do crowd work. So i really love listening to full ten fifteen minutes kind of marketing when i think is the best for our audience and then kind of tossing it back to them so of like a lot of back and forth here my thoughts. What do you think. And they'll come back and there's a lot of push and pull in. I don't try to be too heavy handed. I don't try to tell them. I know at all at. I've had plenty of people that i've backed off and said fine. You hear my advice. Just be ready in case it does not work. Have a backup plan ryan. My favorite my favorite moments will probably the times that i've had not had confidence in something and seeing good like i get an applause break and be like okay. Well learn there. Oh that's great can you. Do you remember any specific times that that happened. Oh yeah edwards is the one that comes to mind all the time what happened. What happened that well. He had a joke about how basically about how jesse jackson was not a good leader for the african american community. And i said well you know. I it was. It was a very edgy joke. And i also. I don't want to ruin it. Tell it out outside of butchered more but but really. That's that was that was the concept in the and and the premise and he said well you know it always kills and other but you're telling it in front of a tv audience that's not really there to seek Stand up comedy. It may not really go well. It could could actually kinda pull away in check out. And he said i'm telling you it crushes. That's an all right. So he goes out there. And i'm always standing out on the floor. Jeff rawson jeff. Usually me before the set starts. He's like how's it going to go. And i always tell them i would always tell them. It's gonna go great shar but this is i think probably when the first times where i said. Well he's got a joke in here. I just hope it goes well And he lands with the first line of of that of that bit and he gets applause. Breaks and i like jeffco is gonna crush from here on out against it was all in. I just looked. I know how talented he is right. And i just sort of go. Here's my advice. If it doesn't go well just be prepared for to have some sort line to get them back right and also that bit doing well reflects well on you. I've of course she he wanted to ultimately do well. You know if there is a. There's a bit. I mean there are plenty of bits that i just hope people start appropriate for right right right right television. How often does that happen. That someone's like no i. You gotta let me drop trowel. Well i mean if you wanna talk to sam merill about a his sets he i think he i think he just enjoys having me have to run things by standard practices. He's just what's you work hard. And then like say again really. And i mean he's a wordsmith and he works so hard and i i love him to death but it's every time i get an email i'm excited had we've had him on the show. I know eight times that. But i know every time it's not going to be one email and done it's gonna be we're gonna talk about this ad nauseam and he's hitting changing things up to last minute and he's gonna make me run stuff. Is there and suppresses. Boy you know the party you were saying where you go in and you watch and you see like ten or fifteen minutes set and then see what you like that. That sounds like that's all kind of set up a little bit in advance like you've reached out to them. They know they know you're going to be in the audience. Have there been times where you saw someone that you've never seen or heard of before where you're like holy cow. They're they're grade and go up to them and kind of approach them. Yeah a number of times where i will listen to a show to see one comic right and i'll stay there mike and just make the trip this for five minutes separate i will stay stick around and i remember the one the first one i can think of is some giorgio i had been there to work on the set with another comic a stepped away go to the bathroom i not ten seconds goes by and the audience is is just dying. I've chosen my. You might intermission time right. I thought this was going to be the long slow ballad. I'm like okay. Let's go away for a second. No no this was a killer. Said i had to come back out and i saw on stage and the next ethic we were emailing and figuring out. That's great wow so a good note for comics if jp's coming to make sure there's no one else better than you going. I think we got two or three guests. Yeah goodnight okay. Okay well and i was wondering 'cause that's what you used to do before the pandemic do you have a new process for seeing comics since shows have gone all online. It's certainly changes You know we're trying to figure out ways to still keep stand up going in our universe there a couple of comics. I think that a figured out. How to kind of deal with the new setup. And i think i've seen a number of people like nancy kerrigan tie glasses guy. Name scott moran is a comedian and director who start web series inisia- shooting comics at their homes and they can just do a rant that doesn't require audience and it's watch. It's undeniably funny. Yeah i think that's sort of It's bold certainly takes a certain style but that's been i think it's working the best right now are people that can kinda talk to camera right and still be really smart immaterial. That sounds cool. And you're also producing live shows for team coco So how how are you handling the audience. For those like moses storm show our most is infringed show we've had a kind of pivotal bet. Show us to be live at dicey typewriter right where we would have comics come and perform and then he would interview comics and so we've relied more on his monologues and then conversations with comics where they're not this leading material but they're they're having fun loose discussions. That could be really funny right as sort of flexing another muslim comic right now or having to try to own their conversational skills interview skills. Yeah in writing less because there's no it's not a whole lot of crowd work yes there are some driving shows. I know clubs been around the country right. We also the same time. We're not our show up neal conan on tbs. We're not in front of a live audience. Yeah changes things a lot. I'm not. I'm not really chasing comics. That are doing stand up in front of audiences at the moment because we still haven't we still did..
"jp" Discussed on Inside Conan: An Important Hollywood Podcast
"She's chill all year except around christmas time than when she puts on their face. That's really the mariah carey. Money comes pouring in. And that's right every year at christmas songs. This is right out of college. Right went just four years of school to be running around new york returning bras. Barney's that basically what you got tasked with was just kind of personal errands for her. I think every star sort of has the personal system. I think that goes around is in your home right then. You have a system on the road with you. But i was doing a lot of menial boring sorting filing picking up mail turning bras which involved math that was good compared the receipts and make sure you were fully credited. So you're using your degree. Yeah yeah yeah. My parents were thrilled thrilled at that. Now i love this though. I mean she was a big star at that point too. So that was it's ninety six. I'll lasted there a few months. Because that's the point. Where i wasn't i didn't feel that was rarely leading me into a place where i wanted to be right right lunch. Break iran down to mtv networks applied philosophy paperwork and then got a job as you know sort of the hr department where you would cycle through and you any any time. Someone was sick right. It'd be like an internal temp and so he would sit on their desks and a lot of it was just sitting basically a receptionist well. Jp win all this was happening were you. Did you ever try. Stand up yourself. Was that something that you ever wanted to do. I love so much. But i didn't think i had done some theater back in like junior high school in high school. I think the last time i was on stage was from senior class. Play in high school and i love dip. The same time realized that. That's i don't think. I have a career in front of the camera or on stage so i just took. I took advantage of figuring out how the business worked behind the scenes and tried to find my way because close to the stage as possible but still be behind the curtain Well so going back. Step i i mean i actually think that's kind of cool and unique to you that you were not like an aspiring stand up who then decided you know. This is hard. I'm i'm just gonna manage comex instead. You know because i think that that kind of builds resentment if it was like a dream of yours that never panned out. Then i feel like that would affect your booking abilities. That's i mean that's a good point ever thought about that. I never thought about that. Way but Yeah i think i. I've seen other people before. Thank you have a vested interest in being onstage themselves right and they can get away of the product on stage and also block others sometimes. Yeah so will the last time you were on the show you said that you got a job working on the rebooted Star search. Were you working booking on that show and it was at the first time you got into that realm i did. Yeah i had just moved out to la a few months earlier. Okay and the first job. I took out here. That was in. The kind of standard world was a show called thirty seconds to fame. And if you don't remember it that's quite all right but it was only thirty seconds. Yeah it was basically the remember. The gong show is like the gong show on steroids and we had like twenty four acts in a half an hour. We gave you audience buzzers if people got enough knows on their buzzer. They were pulled off the stage. Raff oh yeah oh. Yeah i'm still paying. I feel like i'm still paying penance. To this day of the comics bid for that show other than star search was the next gig and someone i worked with on thursday fame recommended me and so i was lucky enough to get pulled into that show and it was my first great job that i mean i really. I really think i had a lot of fun. And also a lot of inf influence earned creative control in book. So was the first time you felt like. Oh this is a natural fit for me. Yeah did you have a storehouse of knowledge of stand up from years being a fan or that you brought to it or you feel like you just had a fresh i for what would Work on the show or low but was your approach to the job. I mean it's interesting thing about jesse said before about not having sort of being wind to be onstage myself. I just wanted to find the best comics right. I thought it was the coolest job to be sitting in a room and the way they set it up with was was not the best beyond think a kind of scenario for success for comics Because they thought that it was if you remember star search star search had bears categories. So the singers which were adult singers. There were child singers and then there were models in comics so they thought hey. Why don't we just read a bunch ballrooms around the country and people will line up outside. Sort of allah american idol. And we'll just have them come in the room and perform in front of two people and you'll judge them and we quickly realized that this was a horrible horrible scenario for standups we try to bring in other comic so we basically try to fill the room with sort of almost like an open mike but it. The first person to walk through the door for us was row a junior. Oh i thought it was. This is going to be the easiest job in the la. There's all this talented small town. America six thousand comets later. He was still one of the best. Oh my god..
The Bachelorette's Ashley Herbert and J.P. Rosenbaum Break Up After 8 Years of Marriage
"Ah bachelorette stars Ashley Herbert Herbert and Jason JP Rosen bomb. They announced their split on Ah, yesterday, almost eight years of marriage. Cherbourg. She was the bachelorette. Take this seriously. It's about demise of someone's marriage, Donna She says it is with a heavy heart that I share with you that after months of separation, J P and I have amicably decided to go our separate ways on then, she said, We created the most beautiful Children and share memories. That will never be forgotten. Our differences have taken a toll on our relationship, and after years of attempting to repair the damage, we've decided that it's in our family's best interest to create new and separate lives
Amazon Prime Day kicks off today
"Or master marketing ploy. Amazon Prime Day is underway. We get more from CBS business reporter Jason Brooke 48 hours of discounts of more than one million products and lightning deals for prime members. JP Morgan is predicting that Amazon will reap $7.5 billion from Prime Day. Which would be a more than $2 billion increase from what it did in 2019. Amazon has been the go to shopping site for many Americans during the pandemic, and its stock has reflected that rising 85% since the start of the year. Other
"jp" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"Follow me nine twelve Brian Mitchell and Scotland from twelve to three ends. Abe is now on three to seven that last hour. If you missed the first hour a repeat of the first hour. Jp Finley Is Our guest of course. Jp with NBC. Sports Washington At J. P. Finley NBC S on twitter. And of course you can listen to his redskins. Talk podcast as well. Thank God For Free Agency and the draft. Because I don't know what any of us would be doing or talking about. We'd make it up you know. Do our best to make it up but before we get to some redskins stuff first of all you are one of those people that I know that has very young kids and I've thought I've said it a few times. I think you guys you know other than the people who are not well And aren't healthy. I think you guys have the toughest chore which is Entertaining. Young kids sunup to sundown. How's it going in the Finley household? I mean it's it's It's really really hard. And I know people are dealing with much worse so I I don't want to compare my situation to those dealing with you know significant health problems but it is a lot it never stops and It's hard man born mostly but yeah you now do you get out much. I mean who's going to the store you get everything delivered. How are you guys handling when we needed to go to the store? I've done it We.
"jp" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"You want it you need it. It's what everyone's talking about the Kevin Sheehan show now. Here's Kevin all right happy Wednesday to everybody. Even though all morning long on my radio show. I thought it was Thursday. Getting a little confused. These days I kept referring this morning on the radio show to the draft starting a week from tonight. It would actually be a week from tomorrow night. Today's Wednesday April fifteenth. For those of you still keeping track a day. I don't know thirty five of the you know. Quarantine lockdown stay at home virus orders I hope everybody's doing well It would have been tax day today. that would have been a there would have been a deadline. Today April Fifteenth. That's been extended out until July. There is some good news today. Actually a lot of good news Or encouraging news. Anyway some of it from Dr Anthony. Fauci himself I'll get to that here momentarily but let me just let everybody know that in about ten minutes or so. Jp Finley will be a guest on the program from NBC sports Washington yet. There's some there's some decent news like you know today we have first of all the news of the PGA tour this according to Golf Digest that there are plans to resume tour play June eleventh through the fourteenth. They're going to do that at colonial in. Fort Worth For the Charles. Schwab challenge no fans in attendance again again according to Golf Digest no fans in attendance but this would get the tour back into a schedule with no fans for the foreseeable future and they would be following according to Golf Digest Article Health and safety guidelines set by you know obviously government and health officials. Ufc President Dana. White says. His sport is coming back. May ninth that location to be determined so There is all of that. The you know. The president announced last night. This task force on reopening America and he talked a lot about sports and he's going to have sports commissioners and team owners as part of that task force. Adam Silver Roger. Goodell Rob Manfred a Gary Bettman. So the four major professional sports commissioners are going to be on that task force and then owners Jerry. Jones Robert Kraft and mark. Cuban is going to be on that task force as well Interesting that Cuban has recently said that he's considering a potential run For the twenty twenty presidency It's too late. Obviously for him to get the nod as a Democrat Or Republican. I would think unless there's some sort of brokered convention for Cuban My guess is he would run as an independent But I don't know So he's going to be on that task force and so you have that now. Here was the news early this morning from Dr Anthony. Fao Chee Thao. She says With respect to sports returning quote. There's a way of doing that. Nobody comes to the stadium. Put the players in big hotels wherever you want to play. Keep them very well. Surveilled have them tested every single week and make sure they don't wind up infecting each other or their families and just let them play this season out that from Dr Anthony Fao Cina Fallacy Interestingly also said that he's interested in seeing the nationals defend their world series championship. He said quote. I want to see them play again. close quote so. Ouchi who lives in the district Apparently a nets fan So that is encouraging news. Remember we had the report recently From Jeff Passan at ESPN that The the the sport major baseball was considering a plan that would have them playing games in the state of Arizona at Spring Training stadiums and other facilities including chase field. The stadium where the diamondbacks play. Tommy pointed this out and it's a really good point. You know you get to June July and August in Arizona. It's too hot to play outdoors so that may not be the best plan either but You know we're getting at least this into the conversation in. I think the biggest thing is for me anyway and I think for a lot of you right now. You know no baseball. No hockey no basketball. You can live with to a certain degree But if we get to September and there's no football that would be problematic. That would really be a jarring habitual change. You know right now. You're not watching every baseball game. You're not watching watching every hockey game where every NBA game. Now when you get to the playoffs in the NHL Playoffs would be underway. At this point. I think a lot of us would be watching a lot of the NHL playoffs. And I know I watch a lot of the NBA playoffs And so I will miss that definitely but not like football. We get to September. And it's supposed to be you know college football on Saturday and then for the for opening weekend Labor Day weekend. And then we're supposed to have the chiefs opening up on Thursday night at Arrowhead to defend their title and a week one slate of NFL Games. If we don't have that that's going to be tough. I mean I think we've mentioned this already but imagine if this had happened you know after week one or week. Two of the football season in September and football was shut down and we were you know a month and a half later and were in late. October and they're still no hope of playing football. I do think that there would be mounting pressure for the Games to resume not in front of fans but in some of the same way as they're thinking about baseball and and other sports But there be even more pressure This country is you know is wild about football. I mean we. We've mentioned this many times in all of you know this the NFL king in this country. There's nothing that is close to it and then college football is number two in this country and nothing is close to that in terms of what lies below it. You know it's the NFL count. Five Spaces College Football. Count Three spaces and you get your next most popular sport in terms of attendance television ratings etc. You know so. It's it's part of the Pop Culture. You know Phenomenon in this country it is a big part. What WE ARE. Sports fans is the fall into winter. Nfl College Football Rhythm And not to have. That would really feel like we really. Are you know in a different century in a different world in so many ways shapes and forms Before we bring jp on. I wanted to just mention real quickly. Something so last week. Ron Rivera Talked about his relationship with Dan Snyder and he said about Snyder that Dan just wants to be kept in the loop that you know. Dan felt like he's been hands off for awhile and he wants. You Know Ron's communicating with him daily. If not every other day and that Dan just wants to be in the loop. He doesn't WANNA be his hands off. He doesn't WANNA BE LAISSEZ FAIRE. You know. This is what he talked about last week in that presser that he did and and I thought it was I DIDN'T I. I have no problem with that by the way I'll get to that in a moment but he then followed it up with an answer to a question. About what kind of timeline. He thinks he has to get it done. You know in a timeline that relates to the fans and you know in everybody else and he said quote will I think the truth of the matter is there is no timeframe? There really isn't but I do know that it's got to happen soon. I can tell you that much I understand. I get that part of it closed quote so a couple of things to keep in mind number one the fact that Dan Snyder ease wants to be more in the loop and maybe Bruce kept him okay. I don't have a problem with that. I'm fine with Snyder. Getting daily updates. I am you know I just want to know. And I don't know if we will know this. Just have to monitor it from afar. I just WANNA know that for three years. Minimum three years minimum that his involvement is as a totally supportive owner for anything that Ron Rivera decides when it comes to the football operation three years minimum hands off no influence no Basically making a football call that does not match up with what the football people think. I want to know that Ron has final. Say and that if there's a decision that's being debated among the football people runs. Decision is the one they go with three years. Three YEAR HONEYMOON PERIOD HANDS OFF BY THE WAY NOT HANDS OFF in that. I want Rhonda to keep them in the loop and for Dan to understand that you know. He's getting updates and he feels good that he's in the loop and he knows what's going on. Maybe more than Bruce did all right. Ron. That's appropriate. That's totally reasonable. That he's the owner of the God damn team so he needs to know what's going on on a daily basis if that's the kind of involvement he once. I just WANNA know that Ron. Rivera isn't going to be interfered with that. He's GonNa get three years minimum to do it his way with his word being the final word. We're not going to know for sure You know for a while if that's happening you're naive if you think it's definitely going to happen for six months or a year or year. Nap. You don't know any more than I do. Okay he hired Mike Shanahan at a rock bottom moment. The two years of Gyms Orne and he brought in Bruce Allin to and what happened in the first couple of months after Shanahan got there they went out and traded for Donovan mcnabb. Okay Shanahan made it clear if you trade? I want Mark Bolger. If he's not available in you gotta go to mcnabb make sure we don't give them a contract extension which they did and make sure that we don't give up any more than a third round pick maybe a fourth and they traded a second and fourth for mcnabb. So don't think he can't happen. I don't think it will. I think Ron's GONNA get some time here. Coach centric culture change. Remember what Dan did in that introductory press conference. He threw bruce onto the bus. He basically blamed Bruce for everything. That's happened and remember. Bruce was essentially blaming J for everything that had happened. That's the problem with this organization over a long period of time. It's never their fault. You know it's never their fault. Hopefully Dan has gotten so desperate being in a you know a stadium. That's four fifths empty for the last year and a half and he is going to get updates. Feel like he's in the loop feel good about what's going on but defer to Ron Rivera and the football people for three years minimum. And that's how much time I would give Ron Rivera on this thing. I think three years is fair. Three years they should be in. The playoffs are pretty damn close to having these thing headed clearly in the right direction you know. I co context is everything but by twenty twenty two I want the redskins in the postseason and maybe it happened sooner but I want the Arrow pointed up. I want the culture changed. I want a professional operation going on and I want a team that ease contending for the postseason you know more times than not with Ron Rivera. I think three years is a fair sort of measuring timeframe to get it to that again if he doesn't make the playoffs in twenty twenty or twenty twenty one or twenty twenty two but in twenty twenty two they were ten and six and was just a loaded. Nfc But the arrows clearly pointed upwards. I I'm going to feel good about it more likely than not look. Jay Gruden got you know five and a half years but I'm just saying three years seems to be a fair timeframe Quick Update Just.
"jp" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
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"jp" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"Stealing a podcast that I recorded with my buddy JP, Sears JP invited me onto his podcast. So I want to give a quick shout out to his show which is called a weekend with JP. Sears us subscribed to it is really good. And this episode was my favorite because it features me, actually, I received more feedback from this episode from anything I've done in the last several months, with the exception of maybe the you are enough podcast. And even my own internal team members were saying how raw and real this conversation was and so I wanted to share it with the one percenters, and what I think you're really going to benefit from is just connecting with the experience of entrepreneurship and this. Crazy game that we play in spite of our own happiness. And so I think you're gonna get a lot of enjoyment and value out of this. And also if you enjoy this conversation J P is going to be co hosting the capitalism conference with me this January. So in Texas generate twenty twenty-first of the twenty third J P, and I'll be on stage together for three days talking with other entrepreneurs and high achievers and investors, and it'd be really silly for you not to come. And you're gonna miss a lot of laughs and a lot of big house and a lot of friendships and a lot of connections. If you aren't there so go to the capitalism conference dot com for more..
"jp" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"He didn't react. I was like, that's it. Okay. So we can actually have a conversation. And we actually had a conversation about the guy that I was dating at the time. And yeah, I mean since then it's it's it's not something where we're super actively discussed. But it's also something I know that I have zero fears about discussing with him like when when prop eight passed in California marriage equality like it was discussions that we were having so yes. So I think I'm very fortunate in that both my parents are quite supportive. They've come to gay bars for my birthdays, I'm trying to get my mom to come out for pride to walk with the like p flag like members and families of gay people with my parents have been my ex husband on. Yeah. So I think I think this is a situation where I was more scared that it would go bad. And it's been really great. Do you think it might be hall to for people who are taking the Latino community in the white community? Yeah. I definitely think. So I think in the minority, you know. Black communities, let the communities, you know, Middle Eastern communities as well. I think religion plays a big factor into it. I think there's the the macho element that that you know, needs to be upheld. It's what we're what we're raised with. So I think it's there's just a lot of different expectations, you know, income level exposure to education in different types of culture for Latinos. And black guys, it's it's quite tough. And then also, you know, Middle Eastern guys, I know, you know, like Arab guys who are super gay but won't come out because they don't wanna accept it to themselves or to their family or they say, it would break their families heart. It's quite heartbreaking situation in and of itself that yeah, if you had any twenty hadn't gone for that process, yet Wh-why background, the would would you what advice would I give to someone who's considering coming out on? I think I would tell these people to as much as they can follow their heart. And trust trust their guts trust, their gut instinct because I think that's going to help you gauge how you approach your family. How you approach your friends, you know, be realistic hope hope for the best. But at the same time, you know, understand that not everyone might be okay with you in the beginning or further down, but stick to your gut and be true to yourself because that is what is going to get you through the good times on the bed. And that is what it's going to help you stay true to your direction, regardless of who you have in your circle just make sure that you have yourself in your circle, I and talk to the mirrors talk to talk to the man in the mirror or the woman or the woman in the mirror or the whoever the fuck you wanna be an are in the mirror. From his story about coming out in Los Angeles. Please do subscribe wherever you get you poke coast from what is it up to him on Twitter. Even find us that come out stories on a goal swell. Coming out stories is a walk guys on media production next time row, again the other side of the poll. Angela. She has got the most unbelievable excuse when her mother in bed with another woman. My mother call they wellness. On the mad. God, very engaged. What you say the cow. I'm looking to the caps that was what he came into my head. So they actually in bed with the woman. For the cat..
"jp" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"Panicked, and I ran away and went to my date, and then I thought shit if they know they're going to tell my mom, and so then I thought, you know, I'd rather I'd rather be the one to do it if anything and so. Yeah. I just had her down and told her that I want, you know, I want her to be in my life. I want her. I want to be honest with her, but I hadn't been on us with her, basically. And that's not what I want this. I was just about I was seventeen or just about. Yeah. Just turned eighteen. I think I think in my mind had waited like just wait until you're eighteen if you can hold it out you'll be in college. You'll be an adult. You can get the fuck out if things go bad. I'm so I think that's that's kind of what I was waiting for. But I'm yes. So I told her that I wanted to be really honest with her. Appease I wanted us to have a great relationship. We didn't have that good of a relationship growing up. And yeah, I told her that I was gay, and you know, she started crying and credits directly for forty five minutes that I was going to give her a heart attack. But she's just super motions dramatic typical answer. And but yes, she, you know, she stopped and she was like, so what are you like, and I thought okay interesting question because my mom's from Columbia. She's been in the near she had been in the United States from about twenty years. And I thought interesting question, and I and I told her I was like mom, I'm no different than what you see. Now. It's not like, you know, I take your heels out on Tuesday nights. And you know, Gallup go gallivanting about the town. I do that. Now that thirties. It was just kind of normalizing things for her. I think a lot of people's at that time. What was that? Maybe like fifteen twenty fifteen twenty years ago at the time, you have to consider there weren't that many LGBT references in mainstream media there was like will and grace or in Latin America, you know, gays were really effeminate. There was this guy on TV who was a fortune teller. And everybody knew he was like the gays thing since Christmas. And so I think her idea was that you know, that I would be a drag Queen or transsexual because she doesn't under. She didn't understand it. She didn't understand what any of that meant. So it was a lot about educating her. But I'm yes, she really quickly saw nothing was different. And I tried to get her to nitrites introduced her to gay friends as well, not necessarily guys that I was seeing but just friends, and then also seeing seeing that my best friend that I grew up with interacted with my gay friends on a normal level. Like when my mom saw that birthday party. I gave straight friends she w-. I think she was like, okay. Every like everything's okay. I'm well taken care of. I'm not running around. I don't know. I think parents she go to in the yes, she got into the end. Yeah. I also came out to my dad with my I had hadn't even tougher relationship. Growing up. He cheated on my mom, and that led to a lot of problems growing up. So I didn't have a great relationship with him. And I came out to him in a fight. I was about to graduate college. And he had come over to my flat for something. I think it was probably asking for money, and I was so angry at him. And I just said, you know, I wanna talk to you about my life. I wanna get relationship advice from you which sounds super fucked because of who it's coming from. But that's what I said. I said, you're my father, I want this relationship with you. And you know, and I can't talk to you out things. And I wanna talk to you about who I'm dating, and I can't and I'm looking at him. He looks at me. And he's so talk to me who are you dating? And his name's Ron and he didn't even bat an eye, and we you know, I threw it out at him thinking that he would..
"jp" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"The first few times, it was really emotional. The first few times, you know, to say it out loud to yourself in the mirror is one thing to sat out she do that. Yeah. I had to I think in order for me. In order for me to be able to practice and say out loud and really own it. I think there were a few times where I was like to the point where I like fucking screamed it from the rooftops because there's you just need that release. You need it to be okay. And for the world to know, and and to accept it. So I've I've never never heard heard of anyone anyone digging. I'm guessing if you people do not suggest, you know, in my work, you know, because I have to communicate so often, I think it's not something vein where I'm like, you know, America's next top model practicing, my poses or my angles. But if you if you're going to be on TV, or you're going to be interviewed you need to know how to be presentable. And so I think that yeah. I just I I repeat it to for it to be okay for it's you know, 'cause you can you can be stuck in your head for as long as you want. And I think my main thing was I wanna come out to people, but to be okay with myself like this. This was me reclaiming myself and not letting any of the bad names or rejections or anything affect how I would move forward as my as my true self and sometimes people that process can take years and years that prosecute take years that process might never come. You know, there's I know we're here have read so many stories of people who don't. Out onto very late in their in their lives. If at all for a number of different reasons, you know, cultural family, they're not able to get to their place for themselves. So you mentioned the word family. Yeah. Did you have a pluck up the courage to tell parents, of course. So so I came out to my sisters. I there were three years three and six years apart in a way, they always knew as well because I would tell them how to dress up their Barbie dolls. And I would you know, I would organize their just everything it was like really everybody fucking everybody. Yes. Yes. On the first boy because I was a first boy and in the Latin family, you know, there's a lot of expectation placed on me, my parents were immigrants so education was really massive on. And there was a lot of pressure on me for for me to set an example to my sister's about strongman leader, the family carry the name lab that blah. And I was like fuck I'm gonna fail at that. Because I'm gay like, my, you know, my parents will never accept me or my sister's would never accept me that was. Thinking about that was is quite scary. Because you think these are your your life. These are your people your blood that could easily easily say no reject you came into my sisters. And it was amazing. You know, they think fli we're really really great. And we're the best of friends now. And then next was my mom. So I went to go. Visit her mom my grandma just because I was actually going to go on a date and see a guy at a cinema. But he lived close to where my grandmother was living. So I went and stopped by and said, hi, and I was like I had my license, and I had was coming out meeting people. So I think I had like wax eyebrows. Really? Well that time, and I remember a family member destroyed a basking me if I was gay, and I.
"jp" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"And I like, you know, we purposely stayed away from each other because we knew that we retention to those when we were together. One of the better word you quite camp. So what what sort of things were the boys to school everything? Like, you know. I mean, the amount of time that I've heard the word faggot just everything like Nelly feminine just they would copy my mannerisms and the way that they would do it. It would make me hate them in then hate myself or not being forgiving them amunition to do that to me, you know, I was thin and kinda small, and so, you know, there wasn't physical abuse. But it was a lot of emotional abuse. It was a lotta shifts take I remember being not being able to do anything, but cry and that just only reinforces that sec- Mitch. But I couldn't I couldn't really have couldn't really vocalise. I can go home and tell my mom that they're making fun of me for being gay. Because then that's me admitting that I'm gay. So. Yeah, it just it was it was kinda tough at school in the beginning. So what was the point where you will confront and do with it? And and come out of the day. I think. I think when I mentioned fourteen fifteen we got our first computer, and then I got my driver's license when I was sixteen. I think that change because that gave me a lot of freedom. And then that's when I started going online lying about my age meeting guys. And then also I started forming a really strong social group with girls. I think obviously they all knew, but we were you know, of age where their parents could know that I was gay. But because we were sixteen they understood that I haven't come out to myself. And so they let me sleep over my friends houses, and you know, ended up becoming best friends with with all girls. I'm and that's when I started thinking that I you know, I I have to come out to myself, which I said, I need to wait until high school because high school bullshit, and then I came up to myself, and then to my two best friends and my sisters, and then after that, it just started kinda just started kind of started happening. Can you? Remember what first time was like conversation. How did it? Go. He was the Ciprian. Oh, okay. So it was my best friend Zara she and I went to my first gay club together. And I think the way I try to like tease out the first time was I we were talking about what careers we wanted to do because Americans are very career driven. And I said, oh, what would you say? If I was, you know, would you say if I went to human astronaut or something I forgot what it was. And I was like what did you say if I was gay, and she'd be like anything, and so of course, I didn't confess right than in there..
"jp" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"What does on media? This is coming out stories is about cost about one of the most important conversations. If you life, I'm swell. Now, it's time to hear from P. So I knew very early on that I was not like the other boys at school. There were boys in my apartment building that I was very affectionate with a very very young age. And so I think I think actually looking back at it in house a lot more feminine that I it was a love more obvious to people I grew up with my sisters. And so I've always been more comfortable around women. So I think that just let itself into that a little bit. But yeah, I don't know. I think I've always felt that I was that I was different than I stood out. I don't know. I don't I I thought it was because I was lucky. No. And everyone around me was was white or Filipino saying. What's that you grow? So I was I was born and raised in Los Angeles just north of Los Angeles in the San Fernando Valley my mom's Columbia and my dad's Peruvian so a very traditional Latino household. My dad was a construction worker. My mom was a stay at home. Mom. So from that respect, it was a very traditional mainly Spanish speaking, very religious to I. Yeah. Will you take church was bought of your Basso? We I was a private school from kindergarten to twelfth grade. Yeah. Catholic private school. I think I came out to myself eventually in high school, but was gonna wait until after I graduated, but the church definitely, you know, organized religion definitely didn't help the case. Or didn't help the situation. Did it make you think about yourself harm? I god. It was I would I would pray every time. I said about word it was tough. Because I think I put a big pressure on myself to behavior modify to not be as his. Leaney as I knew I was because all the boys made fun of me, or you know. And then once once you start really thinking about the gravity of what the sin is quote, unquote. Then you almost feel like like, your fogs like you're going to hell like there is no recourse for you. Because that's basically what the bible says. Or what the Catholic ridge religion believes that if you are gay, and you're not in a heterosexual relationship that you're going to hell and to think that an a really young age is really devaluing. It's very disruptive. Of course, think about yourself. It made me, you know, it made me feel less than and there was nothing that could, you know, no prayer. No confession. No nothing because every time I going to confession. I'd be we that priest hot. And I'm like fuck that feeds the entire purpose of what we're doing here. Obviously affected you mental state. Did if you behaviors will did it stop pursuing being actively gay? No, I just think if anything it pushed me more in that direction. But I was very down. I was very much on the down low about it. So when I, you know, turn fourteen fifteen I remember, we got our first computer dialup internet. And I remember having to weigh like, eight minutes for these new photo to download and you know, I only lasted for the first three so. I nobody to talk to and so I took to the internet, and, you know, met strangers online and put myself kinda sketchy situations now in retrospect, but that was the only way that I feel like I could learn no when you know, you can talk to anybody about the situation you need to you need to get people who who were like you. I think he didn't have anyone in your community in that was guy. I had a cousin. I had a cousin who is gay who is just cleaning as I was..
"jp" Discussed on Slate Money
"A massive financial institution city and jp morgan can't make as many can't fund is much of their business with debt they have to be a little safer so your trip essentially what you're doing is you i think i what you're aware i can i can i just cecil this yard eight quite easily because i really feel let you a talking at crosspurposes me out of it that analysts saying to the extend the city and jp morgan are acting as custodians those assets an only those assets should be covered by these new rules and jordan your saying we con apply these these new leverage requirements to the entire affects the city and jp morgan and then you you bowler again byte so effect but what you're doing is your effectively lowering their whole average requirement by taking by taking that cash out of their weights calculated you're you're giving you are allowing them to play with more debt than they can't now that sort of how it work that's how can work out in the end and even if it's act even if like that seems fair because that cash to shouldn't be part of the calculation it still it just if you've act is entered if you've accidentally put stricter limits on j p morgan than you thought you originally needed that's fine by me because the original limits they thought they need to put on these banks during doddfrank frankly didn't seem strict enough i would just say that i do agree with you i think either don't lift these requirements for any any bank whether it's a custody bank or not or lift them for all of them i do think lifting them make the system safer because right now the way the system is set up your.
"jp" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1
"The world is yours sweet that's the name of his book world is yours secret to secret very very very interesting information so in this book big brother curtis lee thomas rope he talks about how jp morgan jp morgan chase just that that little banking company you know it is worth your home like hundreds of billions of dollars yeah that just that little that small that small company chase jp morgan chase you may have heard of them you may have an account with them you've definitely done business with them at some point whether you are aware of it or not jp morgan says in an interview he goes i guess the interviewers says there's been some rumors vet you use astrology to help navigate your business decisions in his response was yes i do use astrology and she said well how has that worked for you and we'll know she said something along the lines of like how how do you use the astrology to benefit your business he could have avoided that question earlier avoided the voyage avoided answering the question but his response was like ten times better instead of actually answering her question directly he had an indirect answer any set he said this he says millionaires don't use astrology billionaires do but it's bad right think about the jp morgan chase is talking about over a hundred years ago using astrology using astrology to navigate your business right he says millionaires don't use astrology billionaires do interesting stuff so that means that.
"jp" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Um you said the the the one of the actions that uh schneider is taking this is the guy who bought the two hundred thousand dollars worth of of of loans will guy uh is under the false claims act that is a key tam um some tass marina and i'd say that because we were headed i am headed down to vegas said next week for the by annual uh tort law conference that i go to barry are there other opportunities as you go round with this story uh if i am an enterprising um uh key tam attorney who handles cases like this i'm thinking if there is one liu schneider out there this probably two or ten or fifty right i mean i mean we know from internal reports that there were at least twenty one investors who were treated in this fashion uh i to my knowledge snyder's the only one who has come forward and are actually taken jp morgan chase to task and said you you can't keep doing this uh but there are others out there i mean maybe they went out of business maybe they moved on from this uh but certainly there are other there are other investors who have this perpetrated on and if chase did this um is there any reason to believe that i dunno wells fargo bank of america these other banks are like they're not as uh let me because jp morgan town's he's the gold standard david did you not know that these guys are above reproach these these these are the guys right these are not the guys from the boiler room.
"jp" Discussed on Invest Like the Best
"But when i first came out of school i was i was trained quite broadly in everything problems to cast a calculus to law and i ended up at jp morgan working for the bank itself on there more exotic assets that's where they want to put me and sometimes you know jp morgan's a sprawling enterprise and in the far reaches of that bank sometimes they will end up one way or another with assets that are regulator will look at and say hey look i don't want you owning that whatever that is for example there could be attacks asset an int piece of intellectual property that needs to be crystallized means meaning it needs to be sold to take a loss be jp morgan somehow quieted at a higher basis but needed to get rid of it at a lower basis to crystallise attacks lost that would help out jp morgan on their taxes there's nothing else this assets going to do for them problem is they can't sell it they can't sell it because it contains attacks technology or because it has some kind of intellectual property or provides a signal to strategy in other areas so they can only sell it to one buyer in a confidential transaction that sale which will be an arms length transaction and this has nothing to do jp morgan largest dissolve the world faced similar sorts of problems the price at this buyer will pay will not reflect any kind of activity in the market nor will reflect anything resembling the intrinsic value the acid or the value to jp morgan that buyer will pay some incredibly low price jp morgan will take that price in a oneoff transaction and crystallized loss and it will rebate some of the tax value about us to the buyer.