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"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

03:39 min | 3 months ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

03:07 min | 3 months ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

"I was going to take a trade like that, it'd be either with a really long term focus appropriately sized position or I need some kind of understanding that will break out as possible and I'm looking for a technical trade with a narrative that I enjoy. Another question I got is any NFTs are you buying? I think the NFT market is super interesting. But it's one of those where I think currently people are basically trading amongst themselves so I pulled up flip and kind of what you can look like, what you can look at and things like budget penguins doing wells, doing well. I think a couple others, what was it? MF started to do fairly well, and there was one other kind of crypto Twitter favorite that was doing well that I can't recall right now. I think it's basically, again, just very PVP within the market. And that makes it hard. Because you're just trading against your Friends and it's kind of zero sum. That said, it's still fun. It's just what are you going to, what are you going to go after? It's a brand new flip chart, by the way. We took the GitHub graph and are using that as an example of seeing volume. And what you see here is on azuki's, for instance, lots of volume, little bouts of volume, not very much. And what you would rather see is. Something where it's either consistent throughout its lifestyle life cycle or seeing it beef up a bit, but yeah. It's still early. I saw Eminem and snoop are going to be doing a concert in the metaverse. I mean, it's cool. Like the M and ms on the board 8 thing. It's cool. Is it going to make your board a be worth more value? I don't know, but look at this decrease in activity on board apes, like that's not, that's not great. Like you said, who can afford a board a but I can't pay their electricity bill. I mean, I saw an article from Bloomberg this week about 20 million people in the U.S. are getting bills that they can't pay. Oh, really? Yeah. For energy specifically. Anyway, yeah, I think there's still interesting stuff in the NFT market. But I don't think I would look at anything as you know what, this is some way down the line, like long tail collection, and I want to hold it

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

"How much worse could it do post merge maybe significantly worse. So you have to consider that when you're trying to size a bet like that. But I know I'm not going to go long tail stuff I don't believe in fundamentally whatsoever. As a product, I'm not even sure if I feel that comfortable and stuff I do believe in. That's all eth chart is very, very bad. I remember. I remember I was going to say about go ahead. So the money on the sidelines thing versus like the DCA versus how do you time this? Things get mildly bullish and the signals are there, blah, blah, blah. You don't want to be one of those people who chases everything either. So I do like DCA strategies here. When the markets are just a hot mess in general, you know? I'm trying to find a decent soul ether. This is what I noticed over the past week. Seoul has been looking disgusting. A lot less strong than me. And this makes sense, right? Again, if you're bullish eth, for whatever reason, you know, you can't like you said you can't size into other stuff, hoping that things go well against. I just think you have to price things against eth. You have to price it against stuff. You think is going to do well. Yeah. Completely agree. And I think DeFi is going to do horrendously bad because everyone's just going to be focused on that for whatever percent yield. It's taking, you know? Why bother with the DeFi, when you could just get your 4%? Yeah, I don't necessarily disagree with that. And even when I was talking, that's why I was like qualifying the fact that I bullish on the products. I think a lot of them, if they're going to try to be competitive from a why hold this token that versus eth, I think we'll actually see a lot of governance changes for monetary policy of protocols themselves. And that's a scenario where, sure, maybe you can do that, getting trolled about calling them products, but as a product, why isn't it? Anyway, one other thing to note, yes, Richard, thanks for joining us live. This is the first time I've actually gone live on YouTube as well. We may do that more in the future. Just go dual live. Because most of the time, I just take the video and upload it straight away anyway. So maybe we'll do that more, maybe we won't, but for the sake of ease today, and the fact that I don't want to deal with the video after the fact, that's what we're doing. What you're looking at there with default Llama, the Josh. So default one came out with this baby within the past week or two. They're doing great stuff over there. By the way, stablecoins yields, tons of info. If you're not familiar, check them out, but one thing I'd love to see them add is the staking reward line here. Relative to the yields. I know you can use your steak teeth to be liquid and

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

05:06 min | 3 months ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

"Yeah, look at that going into 2019. I had some down bits, but it was recovering well before most of the market, for sure. All right, that still looks very good. FTT, I don't think looks. I think MCT did pretty well less. Yeah, that's holding up better than most stuff. It gets VTC for sure. This looks okay. You know, it's going to be flagging out up here. But yeah, I don't know why B and B specifically, it was even outperforming eth against eth now. I think it looks less great, but for a while there. Still not bad. No. Hey, I know, I know, just ask you to look at inter market crypto, but boy, I just flipped to a legacy chart that makes me feel pain. So this is the SPX monthly. Look at that rejection out of the 20 month. And off of the prior resistance and et cetera, like that looks, that looks doom and gloom to me. I don't love that, but anyway. You can make the case for it being a perfect bearish retest on legacy markets and we continue choppy downside or new, I don't know, but it's part of the difference between now and 2020 and 2021 is obviously we're not trending, but we also in the cloud, it is so sharp city population us, you know? Yeah. For sure. The heartless market's extremely hard to trade, I think. If you're doing well trading this, congrats. Yeah. Things that could be plus or -10% in any given day of any reason, right? Like there's no necessarily rhyme or even other than these checkpoints for the merge, right? People just watching and waiting and seeing what happens with that. In economic data and yeah, I don't know. I don't know, I don't have a good feeling I don't have a great read on what's going on. But maybe I'm just in denial and too optimistic about everything. I don't know. Well, optimism, historically pays pretty well.

"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

05:05 min | 3 months ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

"The supply, right? Even though I think eth is going to be a centralized disaster, like no doubt in my mind about that, but I'm also fairly certain price is going to be higher at the end of the year than it is today. So, you know, if you look on our trade, I feel like the counter trade biologic nausea time. The ultimate various cases is though, this is the eth logarithmic regression. Is that basically the same thing as the rainbow chart? Basically, the same thing as the rainbow chart, yeah. For BTC or power law corridor, it's basically the same thing. Which was indicate that we're still basically at the top half of the range and we can go to what number is that down there. It's zero. 200. Trying to make it bigger. So yeah, three, 400. Something like that. Like, I don't think this is going to happen, right? But, you know, you want to look for bare cases for eth. It's just the same as it is for BGC ten K or 403. So the question is, do you think $400 eat this possible post merge? I don't think so. I find it unlikely, very unlikely. I feel like the appetite for Ethereum a thousand is pretty high. I agree. That's a little to watch for sure. The eth is a thousand BTC 20 K. Something else that I mentioned on Twitter was this eth inverted shoulders possibility. Again, I'm not like banking on this, but. It's setting itself up for the potential, right? The potential for this, this is so far off. That it's almost not even worth mentioning, but it's almost done. And this would line up with the merge that would line up with Q four, blah, blah, blah. So if we can break, really, the determining factor, you could ignore the pattern completely ignored the cloud. The determining factor is going to be the 200 day moving average.

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

04:57 min | 3 months ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

"That's a significant rate of change increase. But you look at the relative pairs that makes this up and we've done this before, but the Euros at parity and just looks very bad, like maybe maybe that spotting. I don't know, but you don't want to have to bet on that, right? When you're a monthly chart and it's just turbo down. It's like buying a falling knife over and over and over again. Yeah. The ECB finally said, I don't know if they said their price their hiking 75 or the probability is that they're ranking 75. But they've been behind the curve, Eurozone is wrecked. Energy over there is wrecked. Oh man. The national gas issues in Europe are atrocious and about to get worse. Yeah, it's going to affect us because the ARB is so big between the United States and the Eurozone that we're going to start feeling that here because we're going to be shipping energy to them. So our prices are going to go up. To put that in context, this is a 200 month moving average. It's just appearing on this particular chart, obviously the Euro USD has been around forever, but for a while. Not forever. But it goes back to O 6, and it would have to increase more than 25% to get back to the long-term average. So we're a long way off of where it's where it spent time. It doesn't look good. And if that's the biggest participant in what causes the Dixie chart to do, then the best you can hope for in my mind is some kind of sideways or mild down, but that doesn't look like it's just going to rage forward to me. That said, it doesn't necessarily mean that the dollar is strong inherent in itself. It means it's strong relative to these other currencies.

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

05:09 min | 3 months ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

"Else off with it. 90 days, buy and hold 90 days after eth protocol upgrades have been the play historically. If you look at all past 8 hard forks or upgrades, that's how it's put panned out, so that would fit with Q four being bullish that would fit with a potential softening of the fed, although I don't think that's going to happen. I mean, there's so many variables here that are all lined up for not good things. The economic data could be just not bad enough where they're like, oh, we're going to keep on 75, 75, 75. Do we really think unemployment is going to get way worse in the next set of economic data? Or inflation is going to get way better? I don't think so, right? I think unemployment inflation are going to be relatively unchanged, you know? So I think inflation could tone down, but what's going to get it, I don't know what's going to get it below four or 5%. I think sustained higher high ish inflation could be here for years. As far as the unemployment side of things, I mean, I guess if it creates enough of a crunch for the economy, you could start to see unemployment took up. But in that scenario, even if it's not 2%, if it's say 4% and unemployment are unemployment rate rises a little bit, maybe there's an outcome where the feds is not tightening or loosening, like they just stay flat. Is that a mission accomplished type of moment where it would actually give the market room to breathe? Yeah, I think the probability is let me just pull it up real quick. It is. Like X months out, it's looking at I think you can see that now, right? Yep. So by 2023, it has this flat. So by February 2023, it has us with no more heights.

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

02:31 min | 3 months ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

"I don't like it. Just saying what it looks like. In isolation, Bitcoin looks atrocious. Eth looks much more constructive to me. Doesn't look like it necessarily make new lows, even if Bitcoin did. However, it does appear to be getting rejected again off of the 1700 level that it used as a very strange and firm support line multiple times in 2021. Tried to salvage in May this year before the liquidation cascade all the way below 900, fully recovered that doubled and now just looks like chopped Zilla to me. Do you think it's even possible? I can eat not make new lows at the same time, Bitcoin might make new lows. Is that a realm of outcome that you're interested you would entertain? Yeah, I know what he cares about BTC right now. It's just the way it is. I'm a maxi, I get it. If you don't like eth for justified reasons, there are plenty of reasons not to like eat, but you have to understand what's going on right now and what people are focused on is not BTC. So I do think it can make lows without eth making laws. Eth would have to go down what? Twice as much percent and speaking, right? Yeah. What's really more problematic for PTC is because it's not acting on its own, it didn't, you know, this is the second edge to edge that hasn't panned out on the cloud. Which is really bad. Historically, it does not happen. I don't think that's ever happened, actually. We're two have failed back to back. Really? I don't think so. Honestly, I don't think so. If got closer, Maddox is the only one in B and B those are the only two that actually took that. Went all the way. That's a nasty look, man. Bitcoin just looks forgotten, like just no one cares, no one's interested, sell at all costs, but it's so different. Like the charts are highly divergent, at least in the degree of upside degree of downside. What's going to turn that around for Bitcoin, I guess? Well, we need September 6th to happen. That's the Beacon chain, like TDD thing, and then September 15th to 20th or whatever is the merge. And then

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

03:46 min | 3 months ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Bitcoin & Crypto Trading: Ledger Cast

"Hello, welcome to ledger cast, my name is Broncos guard here with Joshua. We're doing a little different today. We're actually going straight to YouTube, straight to twitch. And I'll post this audio later. No intro music no, the chains. None of that good stuff today because I'm not home. Josh, how's it going, man? Good, just kind of sick of all the will sheer washy type analysis. Will she or won't she and Jackson hole or about the price? It's just everything related to everything, you know? It's like, we're super correlated with the legacy. Legacy is hanging out every single last word that is saying. That's the only thing that matters and it's so annoying. So yeah, I mean, we're just sort of at the mercy of all that stuff. The merge is happening. Maybe the middle of September. Although I secretly think that the miners are going to try to mess something up on their way out and again, I think they're going to try. Here's what I hope happens. I hope the merge is as close to October as possible because September historically is not a great month for crypto. So if we push it back, it's because the schedule date, I think, is even up from the 15th. Now it's like the 13th, maybe. I don't know, we'll see. I could be completely wrong there. But 15 or 16 or whatever. But either way, I mean. Yeah. Freaking, I guess we're just going to dump into the merge. We're going to, I don't know. You got eth BTC on your chart. It still looks good on a relative basis, but it doesn't, I mean, I guess we can go to a $1000 eth and $10,000 Bitcoin and still be going to .1, you know? Yeah, it BTC looks good. It's never like this good up here. We've said that before by looks good, I just mean, there's no M double top. There's no nasty wick. There's no huge rejection set up. It's back in the previous range that it was in for a year after three AC after Celsius after anchor, you know, Tara UST, right? All that's behind us now. So it looks good. It's E story. It makes sense if it does well against BTC. I think treating it otherwise is silly if you are hoping he blows up and you're short eth BTC, maybe you're right, maybe everybody else is wrong, but I don't think it's going to actually pan out like that. You actually can't see the today's market in your chart, but BTC is down 4% right now. Eth is down 7% on the dollar pairs. So I appreciate your denomination and crypto. Relative components, it makes me feel not as poor. But yeah, should we look at the dollar pairs? Should we give should we give that some attention? Because eth doesn't look great and Bitcoin looks worse. It's pretty much the only real analysis that I have. So this is not the chart that you want, right? In a Bitcoin sense, especially if you're still going to call that the thing that matters were below the 200 week yet again, we engulfed multiple weeks price action last week with Bitcoin and we're not looking great at the moment. This looks like it could make new lows any time to me. 2017 high, still dancing around back here, like sub 20 K, seems like a perfectly reasonable path, like 14, 15 K, I would totally believe it.

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Powell's Jackson Hole speech will stir speculation on rates

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Powell's Jackson Hole speech will stir speculation on rates

"Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell may give a hint today as to how aggressively the Central Bank might keep boosting its key interest rate to fight inflation The financial markets usually hang on every word Powell says This morning speech in Wyoming may be his most closely scrutinized all year The fed is on its fastest rate hike pace in decades to fight decades high inflation While the increases may well end up beating inflation in time there are fears they may also cause a recession Powell indicated last month the Central Bank may slow the hikes after two straight historically big increases fed watchers are hoping for some signal about what comes next when Powell speaks this morning in Jackson hole Sagar Meghani Washington

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:18 min | 3 months ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"London, where the big focus for markets today is your own pal's speech at Jackson hole and in Britain of course the energy price cap, which is going to be set in about 30 minutes time, of course, European stock futures are gaining this morning for Europe up by half of 1% U.S. features are in the red we've seen gains in Asia expecting a weekly jump for Asian stocks MSCI Asia Pacific index up four tenths of 1% again ahead of Jackson hole. We trade at three spot zero 5 now for ten year treasury yields so out by two and a half basis points oil prices are rising 6 tenths of 1% and the Bloomberg dollar spot index is hired by two tenths of 1%. Those are the markets. Let's get to our top stories. We are now half an hour away from the UK energy regulator of German announcing a new price cap which will add hundreds of pounds to household bills from October, a household in England Wales and Scotland uses a typical amount of gas and electricity currently paying around 2000 pounds a year that's expected to jump to around 3600 pounds from October. That's according to predictions from Cornwall insight and auxilium, rising prices have contributed to a wave of recent strike action in the UK as workers demand higher wages and the GMB union says that people need more government support. Unless action is taken, then we're going to see major social problems. We're going to see families struggling to stay warm. We're going to see people struggling to have the electricity to keep on standard appliances. We're going to see businesses go in under. That was anti primer grass in the GMB union more than a 100,000 workers at royal mail are on strike today, and they're disputed overpay. It's the first of four days of planned walkouts. Okay. Well, I mentioned Jackson hole. I've been United States today, Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell will be delivering the keynote speech at the Central Bank's annual retreat in Wyoming, Bloomberg economics says that power has just one mission, and that is convincing Wall Street that the fed means business going full throttle on lifting rates even if the American economy suffers. Well Bloomberg opinion columnist Muhammad Ali says that Jerome Powell faces a huge challenge in finding ways to cool price growth without damaging the economy, he's also been speaking about why it's so hard to predict the fat's auction ahead of this speech. I know what they should do

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Kelly Tshibaka: Alaska Is the Foundation for the Nation

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 3 months ago

Kelly Tshibaka: Alaska Is the Foundation for the Nation

"Thought kind of a lighter note I have a very close friend husband and wife in the neighborhood here we hang out with a lot And we were recently we went to Jackson hole Wyoming and it was really an incredibly beautiful place and they said Dan it's great but they said I got to tell you Alaska you got to see as well I said really they said they did a little cruise at around Alaska sedan I have never seen anything like it and they've done a lot of traveling On Planet Earth Alaska they couldn't say enough about it It is so beautiful You've got to realize we're over the size of the state of Texas What we think of mountains in the lower 48 are hills to us in Alaska Our mountains are that big they're huge But most people don't realize Alaska is really the foundation or the piggy bank for the nation We feed the United States most fish on your menus are caught in Alaska We build the United States the logs you use for building your homes the wood it comes from the timber and Alaska or it did before Biden shut us down and you got to import it from Canada and elsewhere We power a lot America your fuel your gas it comes from here except they shut us down We create America all the minerals you need for your phones your tablets your gadgets and gizmos your electric cars they could come here but now they're having us mine over in China And one of the front lines of national security for America we're the further state east not just north and west but we're closest to Russia More close to China and North Korea Indonesia we could be the front lines of national security the second Pentagon with is and years up over the east because that's how close we are Russia is our border state So if you're going to take out America the first thing you take out is Alaska which is why Joe Biden has launched more than 24 direct executive actions against our state because if you level Alaska you take out America

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Maj Toure: We Should Bring Trained Security Professionals Into Schools

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 6 months ago

Maj Toure: We Should Bring Trained Security Professionals Into Schools

"I mean come on People have constitutional rights whether they live in Baltimore or Jackson hole Wyoming It's just frustrating These guys need to have if they're open and I want to believe I don't fully believe And I'm not very confident But if I want to believe that they genuinely want to have good faith conversations about what can keep our children safe When you're talking about telling young people in the entire administration's just run Jeff Hyde and possibly fight You haven't told them what they're running to they have no idea of what firearms sound like in a concrete building how sound travels They do not even they don't even know where to run You're telling them to hide you tell and I get it You may think that that's the case Maybe you should bring someone that actually trains that knows about ballistics that knows about escaping that knows about firearms ownership organizations like faster saves lives black guns matter that can come Educate people on how they can actually be safe and not make these young people and the administration actual targets I want to believe that if they were open to a good faith conversation about a holistic approach to solving this which ties into the psychotropic meds and all that other stuff I would be open and I think everybody would be open to sharing that information with them But my gut my gut and a little bit of history tells me that they're just you know like the interviewer said are you just grandstanding right now My guts telling me that some of these guys are just grandstanding for the moment And that might have just been a dry run to see if this guy's gonna be a Texas governor or run for president at some point That's the only thing that I can do until they actually do and say a thing that's keeping our actual children safe while preserving individual rights to keep and bear arms

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Sales Training - Selling Secrets And Success Tips With Michael Paulk

Sales Training - Selling Secrets And Success Tips With Michael Paulk

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Sales Training - Selling Secrets And Success Tips With Michael Paulk

"What's up everybody, it's Michael here with your next level selling podcast. Don't you're having a wonderful day. So this is the Jackson hole Wyoming edition. I really am just calling it that because, you know, I want to talk a couple minutes about my wife and myself going out to Jackson hole Wyoming. And, you know, it wasn't really a vacation trip, although it was a vacation trip. I'll explain that. So a couple years ago, pre-pandemic, we're gonna start having these new terms now. But pre-pandemic, SunTrust bank, which is now morphing into truest, which, you know, I love you a SunTrust, I'm not sure where the whole truest came from, but it's growing on me. But SunTrust bank awesome bank that we deal with in the car industry for the auto loan side, they basically awarded our dealership. So it wasn't me specifically. I'd love to sit there and say, hey, it was all me. But it wasn't. It was the dealership. So, you know, we have a great team there, a great management team, great F and I guys, sales managers, GM, great sales team. So bottom line is we were awarded this trip for sending them so much business. I mean, these guys were having their mortgages paid without a doubt. Okay, I thought that was funny. But anyway, so we send them a lot of business. And as an award to the dealership, they offered this trip for two people all expenses paid to go out to Jackson hole Wyoming and my GM being the awesome man that he is. He basically awarded it to me this time around because I don't know. You know, I'd like to think that I, you know, a couple years ago I was really working hard and I still do, but I was working pretty hard putting in the hours and so they awarded me the trip, the GM and the owner. And so anyway, but then, you know, pandemic hits and trip is off. Well, SunTrust came through and four or 5 months ago, they emailed me and said, hey, guess what? We're going to Jackson hole pandemic or not. So my wife and I are pretty excited about that and we flew out. I don't know last Sunday and I know you're hearing this on Monday, but I'm talking a week ago. So we flew out last Sunday to Jackson hole. Man, it was beautiful. Kind of flew in a little bit cloudy. I don't know if you've ever been there, but a lot of people don't know this, but Jackson hole Wyoming is at a higher altitude than the mile high city of Denver Colorado. So it's a higher altitude, don't believe me. Google it. And we were right there at the four seasons resort. I think it's a bridger mountain, the bridger gondola and if you go to the top of the mountain, which we did, you're over 10,000 feet elevation. Nosebleed, like, literally my nose was bleeding. It was pretty cold. So that was a bit gross. I apologize. But nonetheless, so we got out there and they took us on this really cool kind of a safari, if you will..

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The Tragic Story of Gabby Petito is Distracting Americans From Much Bigger Issues

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 1 year ago

The Tragic Story of Gabby Petito is Distracting Americans From Much Bigger Issues

"Of course talking about the gabby petito story which i haven't spent a lot of time looking into but i know story starts to get big when i start to overhear other people talking about it and i just start to get to know enough based on people's interest and curiosity about it and has been a nonstop almost twenty four seven barrage on cable television about this story of gabby petito so if you don't know the story i'm not even caught up on all the details but the long short of it seems to be that gabby petito and her boyfriend. Travelled across the country had some sort of mysterious encounter mysterious but complicated encounter with the police. They seem to just find her body in jackson hole. And as long as i'm caught up to date with this which i believe is true. We don't know where the boyfriend is now where it seems that he's also disappeared saying the story is interesting but i think it's fascinating at how the media and quite honestly it's not just the media. It is the population as well because people are interested in this or else they wouldn't keep on putting it on television why people get so fascinated by these particular narratives and stories in a way that in other other stories. That should be way more important. Senior to dissipate and disappear. And i believe that this story is in a lot of different ways designed to try to have us be distracted or have us be interrupted or have us be kind of diverted from some of the traction that we have been having in the last couple of weeks of exposing the actual routes of where the pfau chief virus came from of chinese corona virus tyranny of a wide open border.

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Powell sees taper by the end of the year, but says there's 'much ground to cover' before rate hikes

The Joe Pags Show

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Powell sees taper by the end of the year, but says there's 'much ground to cover' before rate hikes

"If the economy continues to get stronger, says ABC Jim Ryan, watch for the Federal Reserve to begin tapering off some of its easy money policies before the end of the year. In a much anticipated speech as part of the Fed's annual Jackson Hole symposium, Jerome Powell says interest rate hikes are still often

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Powell Says Fed Could Start Scaling Back Stimulus This Year

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Powell Says Fed Could Start Scaling Back Stimulus This Year

"What we're looking at jackson hole. Symposium underway in remarks at the jackson hole economic symposium fed chair. Jay powell said that the us economy has made quote clear progress toward maximum employment while adding that substantial slack remains in the labor market. Powell went on to say that the fed has seen more progress in economic growth. Uh suggesting that the fed may find it appropriate to withdraw to continue the taper to begin to taper. I should say In this year in twenty twenty one The chair also reaffirmed that even asset after asset purchases end are elevating holdings of securities will continue to continue to quote support accommodative financial

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Fed's Powell: Several Factors Indicate Elevated Inflation Rate Remains Temporary

The Breakdown with NLW

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Fed's Powell: Several Factors Indicate Elevated Inflation Rate Remains Temporary

"Gave his speech at ten. Am today virtually. And what did he actually say. Well it was basically exactly what the new consensus thought. Let's go through some quotes. And then what. They actually mean quote at the epilepsies recent july meeting. I was of the view as were most participants that if the economy evolved broadly as anticipated it be appropriate to start reducing the pace of asset purchases this year the intervening month has brought more progress in the form of a strong employment report for july but also the further spread of the delta variant. We will be carefully assessing incoming data and the evolving risks. So what does this actually mean. We were going to indicate that we were going to start to taper but now we're focused on delta as a reason that we might need to stay the course or at least be more cautious back to powell if a central bank titans policy in response to factors that. Turn out to be temporary. The main policy effects are likely to arrive. After the need has passed the ill-timed policy move unnecessarily slows hiring and other economic activity and pushes inflation lower than desired today with substantial slack remaining in the labor market and the pandemic continuing such a mistake could be particularly harmful. We know that extended periods of unemployment commune lasting harm to workers and to the productive capacity of the economy. What does that actually mean. Well the non cynical read is that the fed is really truly obsessed and focused on the questions of the labor market and employment way more than questions of inflation. A cynical read is. Hey listen we learned our lesson from the taper tantrum. When y'all freaked out before the last time around back to powell the timing and pace of the coming reduction and asset purchases will not be intended to carry a direct signal regarding the timing of interest rate liftoff for which we have articulated at different and substantially more stringent tests even after our asset purchases and are elevated holdings of longer term securities will continue to support accommodative financial conditions. What does it mean. Even tapering won't really be a hawkish turn and tapering in the form of reduced bond purchases has implications for how fast they'll raise

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Markets Close at Records as Fed Lays out Taper Timeline

CNBC's Fast Money

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Markets Close at Records as Fed Lays out Taper Timeline

"And we start this hour with all those fed headlines at sent markets soaring today. The s. and p. nasdaq closing at new records. The dow jumping more than two hundred points. This is jerome. Powell seemed to set a timetable for the taper but tamp down expectations for any rate hikes. Let's get right to see policeman who's been following all the action in the virtual jackson hole this year steve. Yeah virtual jackson hole where real impacts on the market says you said fisher j at outright. He expects the fed would start tapering later this year if the economy continues to improve but he left him so flexible by not offering us specific month for the announcement or the beginning of the taper. Powell said inflation it's passed the test to start tapering employment on the way to a passing grade. The outlook for the labor market has brightened considerably in recent months after faltering last winter job gains have risen steadily over the course of this year and now average eight hundred thirty two thousand over the past three months of which almost eight hundred thousand have been in services. Powell said the delta very represented a risk. But he's still expects good job growth in the months ahead. That inflation will likely prove to be transitory. In that rate hikes require a higher standard than tapering does but members of the federal market committee interviews on. Cnbc right here. they're pretty definitive. It was time for the fed to ease back on the throttle. my view would be. Let's start to taper and let's let's do it quickly. Let's not have this linger you know the last time we did the taper. The economy was in a much weaker position than it is right now. And because of that there was some uncertainty that the taper itself could trigger some some weakness further weakness in the economy. I just don't think we're in that position now

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"jackson hole" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

CoinDesk Podcast Network

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on CoinDesk Podcast Network

"What if powell were to signal a taper. What would it actually be. It would likely be around bond purchases. I not anything having to do with interest rates but there are some on the fed that think that delta or not. that's exactly what we should be doing. Fed dallas president. Robert kaplan said that he thinks the fed should announce a taper of bond buying in september with implementation in october saint. Louis james bullard said that we should start the taper in the fall and end in q. One of twenty twenty two. Kansas city's esther george just said started this year. what's more blurred argued that the economy can handle it quote. Someone wall street seem to think. The numbers are rolling over on delta. I don't really know if we can say that yet but it will peak at some point. The main message here is the economy has learned to adapt to the pandemic. He also pointed to what he called an incipient housing bubble as a concern quote. There is some worry that we are doing more damage than helping with the asset purchases. Because there's an incipient housing bubble in the us your pricing low income people out of the market. I'm not sure that is what we want to do. We got into a lot of trouble in the mid two thousand by being too complacent about housing prices. So this was all this speculation. But powell gave his speech at ten. Am today virtually. And what did he actually say. Well it was basically exactly what the new consensus thought. Let's go through some quotes. And then what. They actually mean quote at the epilepsies recent july meeting. I was of the view as were most participants that if the economy evolved broadly as anticipated it be appropriate to start reducing the pace of asset purchases this year the intervening month has brought more progress in the form of a strong employment report for july but also the further spread of the delta variant. We will be carefully assessing incoming data and the evolving risks. So what does this actually mean. We were going to indicate that we were going to start to taper but now we're focused on delta as a reason that we might need to stay the course or at least be more cautious back to powell if a central bank titans policy in response to factors that. Turn out to be temporary. The main policy effects are likely to arrive. After the need has passed the ill-timed policy move unnecessarily slows hiring and other economic activity and pushes inflation lower than desired today with substantial slack remaining in the labor market and the pandemic continuing such a mistake could be particularly harmful. We know that extended periods of unemployment commune lasting harm to workers into the productive capacity of the economy. What does that actually mean. Well the non cynical read is that the fed is really truly obsessed and focused on the questions of the labor market and employment way more than questions of inflation. A cynical read is. Hey listen we learned our lesson from the taper tantrum. When y'all freaked out before the last time around back to powell the timing and pace of the coming reduction and asset purchases will not be intended to carry a direct signal regarding the timing of interest rate liftoff for which we have articulated at different and substantially more stringent tests even after our asset purchases and are elevated holdings of longer term securities will continue to support accommodative financial conditions. What does it mean. Even tapering won't really be a hawkish turn and tapering in the form of reduced bond purchases has implications for how fast they'll raise rates and finally one more big one around inflation quote. We've said that we will continue to hold the target range for the federal funds rate at its current level until the economy reaches conditions consistent with maximum employment and inflation has reached two percent and is on track to moderately exceed two percent. For some time. We have much ground to cover to reach. Maximum employment and time will tell whether we have reached two percent inflation on the sustainable basis. The unemployment rate has declined to five point. Four percent oppose pandemic low. But it's still much too high and the reported rate understates. The amount of labor market slack long-term unemployment remains elevated and the recovery and labor force. Participation has lagged well behind the rest of the labor market. It's worth noting that since the nineteen nineties inflation and many advanced economies has run somewhat below two percent even in good times the pattern of low inflation likely reflects sustained disinflationary forces including technology globalization and perhaps demographic factors as well as a stronger and more successful commitment by central banks to maintain price stability in the united states. Unemployment ran below four percent for about two years before the pandemic while inflation ran at or below two percent wages did move up across the spectrum a welcome development but not enough to lift price inflation consistently to two percent while the underlying global disinflationary factors are likely to evolve over time. There is little reason to think that they have suddenly reversed or abated. It seems more likely that they will continue to weigh on inflation. As the pandemic passes into history. So what does this actually mean. Well we frequently discussed on the show. The arguments about inflation or disinflation being the dominant economic modality of our time. The inflation argument rests on the idea that structurally the debts the us and other governments carry will force them to either default on those debts or inflate them away. The disinflation ideas focused on long-term structural forces such as technology demographics etc. The drive prices down over time. We spend so much time examining the day to day month to month. Language of powell. That many haven't really examined his larger belief set. It seems pretty clear that he is firmly in that structural disinflation camp. What does that mean. It means in the short term. Nothing is changing the cheap money party continues unabated at least for now moreover it means that there are multiple reasons both from the focus on unemployment and the long-term disinflation belief. That seemed to point pretty clearly to this being just business as usual regardless of the pandemic status so for those of us buying assets denominated in usd. Let the good times roll. Hope you're headed off to a great weekend guys. I appreciate you listening as always until tomorrow be safe and take care of each other piece..

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Jerome Powell Signals the Fed May Soon Start Reducing Aid

Arizona's Morning News

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Jerome Powell Signals the Fed May Soon Start Reducing Aid

"Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell indicating this morning that the central bank is likely to begin withdrawing some of its easy The policies before the end of the year, though he still sees interest rate hikes off in the distance. In a much anticipated speech is part of the Fed's annual Jackson Hole symposium, Powell said the economy has reached a point where it no longer needs as much policy

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Federal Reserve meets in Jackson Hole - Closing Bell - Marketplace Minute - August 26, 2021

Marketplace Minute

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Federal Reserve meets in Jackson Hole - Closing Bell - Marketplace Minute - August 26, 2021

"Twelve american service members and injured many more investors were watching the gathering of the federal reserve. That began thursday in jackson hole. Wyoming chair jerome. Powell will speak friday offering clues about when the fed might pull back on measures to stimulate the economy. The governor of

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"G. our purpose is people our sale. It's on that the fed is really running this economy. Maybe not from american public media. This is marketplace in los angeles. I'm original august. The twenty four th day to day. Good as always to have you along everybody. We are going to begin today with a rare mid week version of our popular game show. What is jay powell thinking in five words or less except sabrina sure is going to get a whole lot more than five words with which to answer in. Here's why come the end of the week. Friday powell is going to be giving a big speech. At the fed's annual gathering in jackson hole central bankers and economists and researchers and financiers rubbing elbows virtually again this year and the theme of the whole thing is macro economic policy in an uneven economy but wrapped up in that. Not necessarily scintillating title is years of debate and controversy over who that policy has been serving in an economy were inequality has been growing for decades. And what powell and the fed can actually do about it. here's sabrina. The feds job is to keep the economy going hot enough so as many people as possible have jobs but not hot that we get too much inflation in the economy but when we say the economy whose economy are we talking about black and brown workers live in an economy that we generally as a country would consider recession almost all the time. Claudia psalm is a senior fellow at the jane family institute. She's referring to the fact that black unemployment has been twice white unemployment for decades at imposing. Is president of. The peterson institute for international economics. The fed cannot with tools at its disposal directly. Converge differences in unemployment rates are wage gaps the tools posing his talking about amount in a nutshell to nudging interest rates. That's the equivalent of pressing the gas or tapping the brakes in the economy. It may not affect inequality directly but it does affect it indirectly because the longer the economy gets the guess. The more that disadvantaged people can benefit only your foot off the gas before you get to the debts nation. The concern in years past was that by applying the gas pedal for too long. The fed might create inflation. You're going to run off the road or blow out the engine but posing says after the great recession it became apparent that fear was overblown. Many more americans could have been helped by hotter economy during that period. Benjamin dolgin directs the fed up campaign which has been pushing the fed to change its approach. It's great that the fed is sort of acknowledging that they need to change their model acknowledging that mistakes on a lot of deliberate damage to make up for still some question. The idea that the fed keeping the gas pedal on for longer than it has in the past will help americans without summoning the specter of inflation. And you'll cash up is a professor at the booth school of business. There's no theoretical reason that it has to work this way. It's not proved. And it's there's no theory that says it has to be true but the fed has very clearly taken some lessons from the last recession. And it's reasonable to expect that the foot on the national economic gas pedal will be a little heavier this time around in new york. I'm sabrina sure for marketplace up just bid on wall street today but enough of a bit to hit a couple of new record highs. We'll have the.

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"Follow the beer guys on facebook twitter and instagram. Being so now back to the beer guy's radio show welcome back to bear guy's radio show. I wanna give a quick shout out to one of our great radio. Affiliates casey w y ninety four point nine one six point three fm in sheridan wyoming. Catch beer. guy's radio. And casey w y every saturday at ten am nells quebec. To roadhouse brewing company. Max we have a can of wilson mountain style. I p a now that. I see the candidate answers earlier. Question about wilson mountain style. Or or that. So i see the way that's labeled up now for those that can't see the can. It looks like we have kind of a geographic map of wyoming in the background. There and in the dead center can is a very large iguana there. So and i'm told there is a story about this guana in about wilson here. So tell me about wilson mountain style. Yeah wilson mount style apa. It's one of our flagship beers. If not our flagship beer. It's one i fear is. We started brewed back. Those early days down at the q roadhouse in our small system colby's initial recipes. One a lot of awards for this home brewing. It was originally. Drew inspired a west coast. Ip aso's little bit more assertive little bit more bitter really leaving kinda that bideri. Resume thing on your pallets. We made some modifications to over the years to try and move towards this mountain style. I started having a conversation with some folks down at odell brewing company in fort collins and they make One of their core is called the mountain style. Apa we approximate g a couple of years ago and said hey. Can we start making this style of beer and they were pretty psyched for us to join him in this question. And kind of all stemmed at the time from how regional as and started to become getting your new england style. Ip age west coast iowa while they're not exactly named that you think the mid west. The pacific northwest haven't had many days from the southeast. But i can imagine those or uniquely different as well and so as the country has started to fall. Apa into such a uniquely american thing for craft beer. We found that we were missing this mountain style. I in a lot of our ip as are all pretty similar. They have both new england and west coast. Inspirations they're not hazy and they're not orange juice looking like a new england they got a slight that hayes to it so we center few jars to be slightly hazy not brilliantly clear like a west coast or super hop assertive But not bitter like a west coast as well. Very aromatic very flavor. Forward the algebra from hops fruit either in the mount style ideas. So that's kind of what we were going for. Our water is pretty unique as well. So we're really leaning into our water. Chemistry is well when producing these beers. I like kind of that hybrid. I've said it many times on the show. Max i don't like the bracing west coast style. Not my thing. I dig most of the northeast but i like one. That's just a little bitterness there. You know kind of carry things. Through a little bit of fruit little bit a you know some citrus and floral. This seems down with it. I am as well as this seems. Kind of like what we were. Before new england ip as the hayseeds took over everything we were kind of in the southeast or on the east coast. We had our own little somewhat similar to this kind of like not really west coast but not really new england little softer a little less intense. Bitterness little more fruity so yeah. We're we're kind of in that area. I think we'd be a little differently if you you know. Your creature comforts tropicalia. Compared to this. They're going to be different beers for sure but similar kind of goals with those with your elevation and whatnot. It made me think like the actual boiling point for brewing. Might have an interesting effect on hop music definitely selected their usage in. I saw reservation all that sort of thing. And i'm i'm guessing that that must figure into a little bit right. Elevation certainly plays a role in our boiling temperatures lower We come to a full boil right around two hundred two degrees which is pretty unique so we don't see a lot of color pickup. We don't have direct fire kettle in our breweries. Well we don't see major colored pickup which is really nice We we've just started looking into what i saw him. Reservation does in our beers with lower boiling temperature. But the current science out there shows it probably is reducing that bitterness in psalm relations alpha's just because it's a lower temperature. I'd say i'm betting it was from stan. Haradim but it was a chart that showed temperature scale and you know hop utilization and. I figured there would be some difference. But if i remember max it was pretty substantial like looking at sea level compared to like you know the mile high city yourself and looking at those variances air was pretty pretty substantial when he was on the show. He said it was. You can't replicate the beers. Brewed house higher altitudes elsewhere. The way they do it they just won't come out the same. Because of that. Because the boiling temperature the utilization like you couldn't take your recipe and come here to atlanta and do it like that probably would not be even remotely close. Yeah probably bitter interesting interesting. How that works out indeed indeed. So we've got some other beers coming out from you. You get three beers that are coming out. I guess they were very popular on tap. But they're coming out like for the first time in cans that. I noticed belgians figure into this. So that's an interesting thing. We don't see a lot of big releases and cans for belgian beers had definitely belgian beers belgium during the absolute root of roadhouse. We don't produce a lot of own but we absolutely love to produce. We drink a lot of them. We make a lot of cezanne. Another day traditional belgian style beers at our repub and then for when we first started twenty seventeen we were producing to our mainstay belgian beers that's avarice greed which is a in style golden ale through very much in i guess tribute in honor of duval just that beautiful belgian golden style and then we also brew a beer called siren song which is just a casual fourteen percent alcohol. That's a inspired very monastic abou- quad style. Both are absolutely near and dear to our hearts their absolute pain abreu but we absolutely love how they turn out. Both of them are fermented multiple times especially to achieve those really nice high alcohol. So use our house belgian use for initial primary fermentation then. Each year goes through a secondary feeding actually give a big sucrose addition just to help increase that alcohol content without getting the east to sidetracked from consuming. The malthouse are we hit with a distillers east that we started using then finally each one of the beers is actually can condition so going into into the can or at the time the bottle however packaging hit. It just like a homebrew would. We spent a little bit extra solution into it mixed into the bright tank. Give it a nice research. There are some champagne used added and give her a good hold canning. We recently started producing heart seltzer. So those are in a slim can and just like your white clause and all the other popular ones and we found that as a great opportunity to try and put a are belgians that size package as well so we started putting our belgians sleek cans. It's a really elegant package. Who found it was just a really beautiful thing is a really high alcohol sipping beers. I like to share them with friends when we're having dinner. Parties are just sitting around a fire or just having a conversation. They're really beautiful packaging so we took that opportunity. It turned out really beautifully. We introduced a third member into that party. This summer breath and bramble. It's a pretty traditional kennel. Sour we kinda tweaked it a little bit. How doing the kettle souring on. its we. We actually don't do it. In our kettle we do a small lactic from imitation in affirm enter And then returned back to our house in. Boil it just to help with downstream processing.

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"Follow the beer guys on facebook twitter and instagram. I didn't enjoy own back to the beer. Guy's radio show. Welcome back to the guy's radio show remember. All episodes are available on demand. So if you missed the broadcast get the podcast. Vera guy's radio is available on all popular and unpopular podcasting apps. Now let's get back to roadhouse. Brewing company roadhouse brewing company jackson hole wyoming a place. We've heard great things about but haven't been. I'm not even sure. If i've been to wyoming i've driven through wyoming. I did a pretty sure that was one of the states. I went through on a road trip. Beautiful place yeah. I think the last time was out. I have friend in utah. So max out to utah win over into wendover nevada to the casinos that they've got there and actually have a friend that is which one is right above utah montana wyoming actually directly utah. Idaho either montanaro roaming. I have a friend whose husband is a rancher. They're like they post videos on facebook. And i'm like you know this is something we're never going to see in the southeast. Us you know you don't see land that much open land you know that animals grazing that so. It's very cool to me to see that kind of stuff. There is some beautiful area in the central part of the us or drove through. I don't even remember what state that's in the painted desert or something like that. I think drove through part of that. it's not i don't know if that's wyoming neighboring states perhaps or yeah perhaps. I'm not familiar with that okay. It's a lot of land on a lot of interesting stuff out there. That was one thing that always surprises me. Like flying out west. As you know in the southeast there's just people you know it's dense over densely populated unlike flying out of denver headed back east once you get out of denver. There's not much. It's god's country there's a say open spaces yeah we'll max that's enough geography had our fun herpetology geography. We're covering it all right. But max tell us about how you got started in the beer world in the beer world. Like brewers started as a home. Brewer started hungering. Probably almost fifteen years ago now. Really love to cook. I really above biology studied. Biology college says a great marriage of two deep passions of mine. Great flavors producing a product that you can consume And also just the science behind during through college. I helped the marine the small town. I was going to college in Do some pilot batches for. They were opening after. I graduated school. I i came out here to wyoming. Read some family and was doing some other odd jobs and working doing kind of part time seasonal work got a job on the bottling line at grantee time during which is just over. The teton range from us in wyoming on the idaho side of the times work my way up at grantee don for a handful years brew master. There did a little stint at the cbo institute chicago in the green kademi in munich and shortly after that about two thousand seventeen approached. By the roadhouse team as they were starting to scale up their small Brew pub small seven barrel system in was asked come on board to help scale up the production to our thirty year old facility were remodeled cam. Tag should be rv around. That's that's got short run of it all cool quite an adventure. Man mysteriously. that's impressive resume. So two thousand seventeen. They brought you on but they've been around for a couple years before that to prior right. Yeah almost five years. Prior to that was mentioned is a small group hub our co-founders co-owners gavin fine and cox are the men behind the brand. In gavin. is a restaurant tour. Here in jackson news about seven believes seven restaurants or so one of them. the one we got our started which is actually no longer around was a barbecue place. So for while it was the cue roadhouse and you get some good barbecue. There was a billiards room. And in about twenty twelve or so called the approach gavin and said we should turn that into something that is more useful than just billiards room. They are losing the cue ball left and right and those handful of all you can ever really shoot a proper game. So they put a small seven barrel in there and started shooting that beard's all gavin's restaurants and then we picked up a couple of other key accounts in town moved quite a bit of beer and then finally in twenty seventeen we. We started burri by june of two thousand seventeen. Actually we started brewing production sized batches for for more distribution opportunities very cool. You mentioned barbecues. What kind of barbecue is in jackson hall. What order the meats that are with stylish tradition maybe tons of beef. Okay catholic crazy number four or five to one so a lot of beef. What i was told in the short stories. I've heard about. It is gathered in some of his higher ups within the company is on his culinary directors in jeff and whatnot were traveling around barbecue and kansas city. There texas carolinas. They were checking everything out. I believe what they sell down texas style barbecue. Okay that was back sense with the beef. Sure yeah it does. It makes a bunch of cents all great barbecue so in that growth. I mean i. I saw that you've recently expanded your distribution. You're not just local wyoming in in your area but you're in california now to right. We're out in california. Now yes we know we distribute statewide wyoming idaho. A lot of colorado most of utah parts of montana. Really trying to own that inter mountain west Those core states all the touch wyoming ins baptist may pass made that we. We started shooting in southern california. San diego is the big market and we're also in sacramento. We happen to use the beer finder. Knows you gotta most people's websites and see where you can pick up your favorite breweries beer and we get some really great data off that bruce gets really really interesting stuff in we discover that one of the most searched area codes southern california region. We felt that was really educated. A really wise decision to start selling our beer down there and him down there for said about three months or so now. It is doing absolutely fantastic. Really aligns with the styles of your we make style people in southern california like drink very similar lifestyles. No being outside. Whether it's you know being on the rivers in wyoming or surfing in southern california we all kinda speak the same language. That's pretty cool. And i'm just like their beer in so cal in california's does like the whole bear motif. I think that's part of the is part of the california flag or something on a lot of breweries design public of california. Yeah yeah exactly. So they probably think you're from california they. I've never heard of them. You must be from california with that bear. You know yeah. I saw a video the other day. It was bear cubs like trying to tariff flag down on a golf course. And someone's like oh that's the california flag author. How is the beer scene jackson hole. How big is jackson hole. Jackson is a pretty small town. It's about.

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"jackson hole" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"jackson hole" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"And welcome to the beer guy's radio show where broadcasting from the beer guy's radio studios in marietta georgia in this week. We're talking with roadhouse brewing company. I am tim dennis. And with me as always is a good friend and co host. Brian hewitt tim so joining us today. We have mac schaefer the brew. Master for roadhouse. We're gonna talk about beer. Collaborations with musicians sustainable brewing living deep and just maybe brute. Ipa's thanks for joining us. Max my pleasure thank you. Yes absolutely you know. I'm not going to dive into it now. Because i know. Brian's got a plan but brewed. As i missed that they were just a little flash there. So i'm gonna assume. Max i assume you have an appreciation for the we did. We did we. There's a little spin on it though. Okay looking forward to diving into that with you okay. Cool me too man. That's going to be a good time. I saw that was a potential topic of interest. And i could not pass it on. Okay i do love for the style. Yes i did too. Yeah it was fun exploring those when they kinda hit down here seeing what options we got and all that so we also want to send out the very best to know. Mike nate this week usually behind the board. Run things for us. We're having to stumble through it ourselves. But no mike natives under the weather he is very so the covert got him. He's at home. he'll enough we wish you the best nate and we'll see in at least fourteen days. We want you to heal up but stay away from us. stay away from. Wasn't you get better there. So so max. County brand style hype. Beer everybody goes after it. You know some people changed when they became. You know quote sellouts. Do you guys get that out jackson hole. Does it come out that way we do. We get a pretty good supply. That actually okay. Do you have limits out there. Do you get all the good stuff or we get all the good stuff. Why okay just let it fly. Not here they jealous. They we can't be trusted with beer over fourteen percent in georgia so so a lot of the times we miss out on. You know a lot of the bourbon. County stuff a lot of stuff from avery and every make some phenomenal beers over over that fourteen percent so the tweaks and the various things like big old beers. we almost never get any the the bourbon county variants. Because they're almost always over fourteen percent. They accidentally shift us one one time. It was like a fourteen to and they just cleared it all out. Senate back you guys. You guys can't handle scandalous because you know the people looking to get ripped are the ones by twenty dollar five hundred milliliter bottles of beer rather than the six dollar quart of quality house for you getting it that cheap. Because it's usually like twenty five or twenty six days. Yeah can't handle. It can't help but bourbon county brands. Doubt be cbs. They release early in the year to get the hype going the various that going to be part of the lineup. This year brian. I think you took a little look at that. What are we in store for this year. The release of the information is almost as hyped as the release of the beer itself so got a bunch of interesting variants. We've got a cherry wood stout that it's coming out it's finished in honeycombed-shaped toasted cherry wood chips Notes of cherry and toffee the one. I'm really kind of interested in bourbon. County reserve one fifty which is aged for year old forced one hundred fifty th anniversary bourbon barrels. I love old forester. So that's kind of fun. We've got the double barrel toasted barrel stout so it's Spent some time in alagic craig small batch bourbon barrels and another year in different illogic craig barrels. So that's interesting. You're talking about things like caramel vanilla and toasted marshmallow and all kinds of fruit and oak in the finish show. Sounds really good. They got one. That went into blanton's barrels. There is the other really interesting to me. Is classic cola style on right. Yeah yeah yeah so. It's a flavor profile of like a whiskey cola using nine ingredients blended into the base. So i'm intrigued by that. I'm not sure. If i would have that's gonna come across. So here's the thing i've had. Some doubts were notes of cola. our president of style. I enjoy that max. Have you seen that like certain styles. You kinda cola. Ish nece out of them absolutely. Yeah what do you think of that character. And i mean you like that characterised out for me it comes off a little bit sweet slow sweet and i'd like you know maybe from the base beer maybe from some of the oaken hanson from it. So it's i tend to stay away from or trying to wait from okay just the bourbon. County in general or the the coal and noted ones the colon. Okay guys you enjoy the bourbon. County's i like that. Like an ounce pour has a very good chance of giving you diabetes like that's right in my now. I usually don't drink more than about the announces but like a black tuesday. The big sweet nineteen point two or ish or twenty plus sometimes percents either. Give you the diabetes or double down on the diabetes. You already have react. I almost forgot proprietors which is inspired by a strawberry ice cream bar this year. So that could be. Okay could be good. I've not been grossed out by anything that they've come out with it. I've tried so far but it seems like it could be one way or the other on that they you know what lanta brewing company here did their neopolitan style. That one time they had the chocolate. Oh yes and all those flavors worked pretty tasty. I think that they did a proprietors version. Previously that was else bomani ice cream and not all did do us. Yeah so that was A previous year. I don't remember twenty twenty. I think it was. So that's the this year. Maxwell you get those are you. Are you a bourbon county fan. Do you go after them. I am a bourbon county fan. I actually grew up in chicago. Okay all right but we usually just get the straight up bourbon. County bryan style. We don't see many variants out here. Okay gotcha you know. Georgia is getting a lot more of different beers. But i remember very much when bourbon county. Like the first time i've ever made it to georgia. Literally checking delivery schedules a beer trucks and following them around to try and get one single bottle seriously pain but it was so great. If you got him it was. It was the celebrated thing. It was both ridiculous and fun. So you know that's about it. Yeah well tim. I think it's time for us to get into the beers of the week now. It's time for our fears of the week brought to you by the net craft beer and barbecue in downtown kennesaw georgia. The death kennesaw dot com. We'll brian as always. We've got a great list of beers to get into a courtesy. Of roadhouse thank you so much max for sharing some of your bruise with us. We're currently into the pills. And right now We've got some others to get into and we do. Brian thank the nest for sponsoring this segment. Always a very good sponsor craft beer. Barbecue kennesaw georgia. Go get some try the wings. They've got a burger now brian. Yes they have a nashville hot chicken taco. That they do that's right. What if you bug them. They'll turn it into a sandwich. Can't get the sand on texas toast exactly so it's good stuff but we have the highwayman pills near that. We're currently sipping on right now. We are a little bit later. Going to get in breath and bramble sour el with raspberries and lemon. And we have a wilson mountain style. So is that a wilson mountain style. Or is that wilson mountain style the ladder. Okay all right cool so we'll have to see we're going to find out what amount amounts of style. Yes and. it's going to be a time brian..

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Commodity Stocks Plummet as Climbing COVID Cases Weigh on Market

CNBC's Fast Money

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Commodity Stocks Plummet as Climbing COVID Cases Weigh on Market

"Where we start off with. The great commodity collapsed crude oil falling to its lowest level since the end of may goals at its lows of the session was a prices not seen since april of last year. Silver is now down more than eight percent in just the past week. Cobber lumber you know also down. So does this commodity selloff give you cause for concern or is it a sign that inflation will be transitory as the fed says stan. What are your thoughts tells you that they think or at least investors selling off crude who firmed up the dollar firmed out the ten year. Us treasury yield. They're telling you that they think the fed is going to start to taper soon. And if you go back to two thousand thirteen. In the december meeting the fed started to taper bond purchases from eighty five billion a month to seventy five trillion and then each subsequent meeting they started tapering ten billion dollars. Look at those three risk assets that we talked about that would signal that maybe we get it. As soon as jackson hole at the end of this month or the next meeting in september that the fed might really start speaking to now. Obviously i have no idea but when you look at crude oil i'll just tell you what happened. From december two thousand thirteen to december two thousand fourteen when that taper was in full effect crude oil in half okay so just from a technical perspective right now. Crude oil right now is broken that trend. That's been in place since the lows about a year ago or so and so technically it seems in a tough spot especially right now when the world is kind of grappling with delta variant. And maybe we're seeing less demand for your karen. That's what i think it is. i think it's delta variant. I think that you know when you have commodities and just a little bit of pulled back on demand commodities are commodities obviously so a little less demand means prices can really move especially as a commodity producers are gearing up making more. So that's what it seems to me. I'm not sure how to fit together. The very strong jobs number. That's not cover for the fed at all and yet this commodity action that is and the delta varian and the number of cases and the number of that is some cover for the fed.

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Tyler Perry’s absentee ballot never showed up, so he flew to Atlanta to vote

Mojo In The Morning

01:16 min | 2 years ago

Tyler Perry’s absentee ballot never showed up, so he flew to Atlanta to vote

"Tyler perry wanted to vote in yesterday's runoff so bad that he hopped on a jet and flew all the way to georgia in person to cast his ballot because his absentee ballot never showed up after no door to senate candidate received fifty percent of the vo in november. The racist runoffs. If you aren't aware tyler said he waited and waited for more than a month for his. Absentee ballot never came so he was in jackson hole. Wyoming hopped on. His private jet flew to georgia. He was there yesterday. The election The latest on the election. Reverend raphael warnock the senior pastor of that big ebeneezer baptist. Church in atlanta will officially be the first black senator from georgia. Cnn projected that early this morning. He is the first georgia democrat to the senate in twenty years. Now control of the senate comes down to republican david perdue who still trailing in his fight to keep his seat against democrat. Jon ossoff and this is big because democ democrats excuse me will control the senate if ossoff wins if purdue wins republicans will maintain control and able to block. President elect biden's cabinet appointments judicial picks and legislative agenda. So we're still waiting on those

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Swim at hotel pools with Miami-based Daycation app

Talking Tech

03:51 min | 2 years ago

Swim at hotel pools with Miami-based Daycation app

"All those beautiful hotels and all those beautiful pools and probably thinking I'd love to just go spend a day at the pool but I don't WanNa stay overnight 'cause it's in my neighborhood. What if it was a station? What if it was a daycare while matthew bones got a new APP called Daykitchen that can arrange for you to just go over to the pool and hang out for a for a small fee matthew this is the apple of my dreams tell everybody about it. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for having me on Truly appreciate it and yeah, that's A fun time for us to see what can happen with patient obviously lots of things size of negative in the external environment. But we're making our way through happy to tell you about the company and how it started. We'll basically just just the fill everybody in for twenty to thirty dollars you can go to a local hotel and go hang at the pool for a day right exactly. Yeah. That's the idea instant vacation in your pocket on the quicker Biden whether you're living in the city. Or in the future traveling on, you can click a button and hang out at the hotel for the day. Enjoyed a pool, enjoy all the amenities and you're primarily in Florida right now. So. Yeah. We have hotels actually in over twenty five cities we started in Miami we have over twenty hotels in. Miami Beach Miami proper by now we're we're expanding really rapidly. You just find were hotels one in Greece just last week, and then two more and in South America this week So it's been been wild to see all the new properties coming on you know I waiting I'm waiting for Los Angeles absolutely yes. We have many people waiting for Angeles and why here our launching a number of new properties here, which will be great all socially distanced and with the covert features that we put in to to make sure people stay safe as well. This is a tough time because they don't want too many people too many people to pool, but eventually, Kobe will be behind us and we'll be able to go do the dream vacation tell everybody how you cannot with the APP. Your or thing Always had a passionate for hospitality of I grew up working in a small Boutique Hotel in Right next to Jackson Hole Wyoming. and I had this dream of one David Holding developing luxury hotels around the world But as a starter needed to use something a little bit more creative to get into the industry and so my family and I. We're on this trip to Cancun Mexico, and we're walking up and down the beaching resolve. These beautiful hotel cools all these people having fun and enjoying themselves and we thought no, one would be great if we can just go in there for the day and walk in and out of them if we could done the day enjoying the amenities said, no. You can't come in unless you haven't overnight room and so. I was sitting in my dorm room at Brown University Are Studying economics at the time and this idea hitting I thought wait a minute. Now, what if we created this system for all these beautiful hotels around the world sell more than just the overnight room and so we created vacation to solve that problem for hotels empty space that they want to sell and those people that are here on vacation looking to try new hotel properties or adversity. Now, all of those locals that are looking for a way to take on quote vacation or station on their sted one of some of the twenty five cities that you're him. So at some other cities include Miami we are do have ocal here in Los Angeles for obviously launching more We have stuff in New York we have a number of hotels throughout the Caribbean we watched up in Chicago interestingly enough places in Arizona. Hawaii. Texas work kind of goes on. Well, good luck, matthew the APP is called. Daycare.

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Swim at hotel pools with Daycation app

Talking Tech

03:51 min | 2 years ago

Swim at hotel pools with Daycation app

"All those beautiful hotels and all those beautiful pools and probably thinking I'd love to just go spend a day at the pool but I don't WanNa stay overnight 'cause it's in my neighborhood. What if it was a station? What if it was a daycare while matthew bones got a new APP called Daykitchen that can arrange for you to just go over to the pool and hang out for a for a small fee matthew. This is the apple of my dreams tell everybody about it. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for having me on Truly appreciate it, and yeah, that's A fun time for us to see what can happen with patient obviously lots of things size of negative in the external environment but we're making our way through happy to tell you about the company and how it started. We'll basically just just the fill everybody in for twenty to thirty dollars. You can go to a local hotel and go hang at the pool for a day, right? Exactly. Yeah. That's the idea instant vacation in your pocket on the quicker Biden whether you're living in the city. Or in the future traveling on, you can click a button and hang out at the hotel for the day. Enjoyed a pool, enjoy all the amenities and you're primarily in Florida right now. So. Yeah. We have hotels actually in over twenty five cities we started in Miami we have over twenty hotels in. Miami Beach Miami proper by now we're we're expanding really rapidly. You just find were hotels one in Greece just last week, and then two more and in South America this week So it's been been wild to see all the new properties coming on you know I waiting I'm waiting for Los Angeles absolutely yes. We have many people waiting for Angeles and why here our launching a number of new properties here, which will be great all socially distanced and with the covert features that we put in to to make sure people stay safe as well. This is a tough time because they don't want too many people too many people to pool, but eventually, Kobe will be behind us and we'll be able to go do the dream vacation tell everybody how you cannot with the APP. Your or thing Always had a passionate for hospitality of I grew up working in a small Boutique Hotel in Right next to Jackson. Hole Wyoming. and I had this dream of one day dubbing developing luxury hotels around the world But as a starter needed to use something a little bit more creative to get into the industry and so my family and I. We're on this trip to Cancun Mexico and we're walking up and down the beaching resolve. These beautiful hotel cools all these people having fun and enjoying themselves and we thought no, one would be great if we can just go in there for the day and walk in and out of them if we could done the day enjoying the amenities said, no. You can't come in unless you haven't overnight room and so. I was sitting in my dorm room at Brown University Are Studying economics at the time and this idea hitting I thought wait a minute. Now, what if we created this system for all these beautiful hotels around the world sell more than just the overnight room and so we created vacation to solve that problem for hotels empty space that they want to sell and those people that are here on vacation looking to try new hotel properties or adversity. Now, all of those locals that are looking for a way to take on quote vacation or station on their sted one of some of the twenty five cities that you're him. So at some other cities, include Miami we are do have ocal here in Los Angeles for obviously launching more we have stuff in New York. We have a number of hotels throughout the Caribbean we watched up in Chicago interestingly enough places. In. Arizona Hawaii. Texas work kind of goes on. Well, good luck matthew the APP is called daycare even

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Powell announces new Fed approach to inflation that could keep rates lower for longer

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

02:29 min | 2 years ago

Powell announces new Fed approach to inflation that could keep rates lower for longer

"In his speech at the annual Jackson Hole Symposium. This morning fed chair Jay Powell given official update to the Fed's policy on inflation targeting. It was one of. The most significant revamps in their policy strategy since twenty twelve having deliberated on these changes for the past year and a half the Fed is seeking to average out there inflation target of two percent over the long term in other words in periods where inflation consistently is under two percent, the federal structure monetary policy to a of the two percent threshold to average it out and meet their target over. Time since setting the inflation target a two percent in twenty twelve, the Fed has only met that a few times in the past eight years averaging about one point, four percent pal today had said quote the persistent undershoot of inflation from our two percent longer run objective is cause for concern end quote averaging out there inflation targeting would help them avoid quote adverse cycle of ever lower inflation and inflation. Expectations and quote an economy that thrives on credit and its growth. A deflationary environment causes the debt burden to increase in real terms. Low inflation is also a direct contributor to low rates which when an economic downturn occurs significantly hampers the central banks is ability to support the economy through a recessionary period. New statement explicitly acknowledged the challenge posed by the proximity of interest rates to the effective lower bound. By, reducing our scope to support the economy by cutting interest rates a lower bound increases, downward risks to employment and inflation regard to the employment side of our mandate. Our revised statement emphasizes that maximum employment is a broad based and inclusive goal. This change reflects our appreciation for the benefits of a strong labor market particularly for many in low and moderate income communities. In other words, the shift in policy is meant to expand strong labor market gains in order to reach more workers in light of how the US economic expansion prior to the pandemic benefited minorities and women in finding jobs and the civil unrest that is accepted the summer all in all racial be lower for longer much longer allowing the economy to run hot yields on long bonds took a brief dive just minutes before Powell's address, but they took back. Up as the Fed chair laid out his lower for longer vision, a steepening yield curve makes sense in the context of the Fed's new inflation targeting regime since investors demand a higher yield in order to receive payment in currency that may be worth less as I'm recording this the thirty year flirts with a one point five percent threshold. The question I'm wondering is could a breach of that key level be a catalyst for price action inequities as well as gold,

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Asian shares lower as investors await Fed chair's speech

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Asian shares lower as investors await Fed chair's speech

"As I said, Don't be stalling of it. Certainly in Asia today Isn't that investors really taking a pause to wait for what comes out of Jackson Hole? That symposium on the clear speech that people are hoping to get from the Fed chair J Power? Yes, you Borden run you. I say there is a lot of station ahead of the Jackson or symposium in cans and Daniel's unfortunate course this year will be a virtual rather than an actual gathering. And we have your own pal speaking tomorrow, and the expectation is that he'll discuss defense policy framework review and mainly the groundwork for a new strategy to speak faster inflation. I say it's not entirely certain how granular Powell's when it's the speech with regards to the results of the ventilation study. I say there is a growing consensus central bank may be leaning towards a policy that allows inflation to move past 2% goal to make up for years of undershooting that target And if we look at the fence favorite measure of inflation Corp you see, that's about one per cent over the past 10 years or so. And during that time, any prints that we've seen above 2%? I've been very short lived. I think the big worry right now is the most recent core PT print was on ly spot 9%. So is far Parson will And I say This is cause for concern for both the bond market and force then for policy makers. Those results. I'd expect how with this inflation backdrop and with the persistence of the pandemic to reiterate defence commitment to supporting it, Cock. I think he's going to states. The federal provides him this That will continue providing that could ultimately send inflation higher. I think I think this needed quite a cute as well. Roger material additional fiscal, sending us does nothing to be forthcoming. Congress doesn't mean we have to get it back together and work with the White House to put some sort of additional fiscal package together, so as a result, it puts a lot of pressure on said to underwrite the economic As a result, I think, inspect piles messaging, They're forced to acknowledge the down side facing us.

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3 hot air balloons crash in Wyoming, injuring 12 people

Atlanta's Morning News

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

3 hot air balloons crash in Wyoming, injuring 12 people

"Dozen people are injured after three hot air balloons crash near Jackson Hole, Wyoming, The sightseeing balloons went down in the foothills of the Teton Village resort. At least one of those herd is believed to have serious injuries. It appears there was an unexpected downdraft of winds. Because the balloons to crash the NTSB is

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3 Wyoming sightseeing balloons crash, as many as 20 injured

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

3 Wyoming sightseeing balloons crash, as many as 20 injured

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting three sight seeing balloons crash in Wyoming authorities in Wyoming say three sight seeing balloons crashed Monday in separate incidents near Jackson Hole injuring as many as twenty people at least one person was flown to a hospital in Idaho falls Idaho for treatment Teton county sheriff Matt Kerr said whether apparently was a factor and the exact cause of the crash is was under investigation the balloons are all owned by tour operator Wyoming balloon company hi Mike Rossio

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