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"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:03 min | Last month

"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You know, low interest rates is like the drug of choice for Wall Street, right. It's it's the cocaine or whatever you want to call it, and you know we can joke about that. But I'm serious about that. But it is an addictive drug to Wall Streeters and to the price of stocks, which you know larger can be not only but you know, attributed to this low interest rate environment. One time we had the Fed actually raising rates a couple of years ago for those that might remember, you know, the market reacted very poorly. Right now. There are times of the markets will do just fine when rates are rising, but to answer the question here. I think this addiction to lower rates is at an all time high. The hint of raising rates obviously rattles the market sometimes now doesn't mean it's going to crash or it's going to have a major correction, but The market is really definitely hook down the low interest rate environment and the Fed looking at that. Recognizes that but must balance that with any perceived inflation out there. And if there is going to be some massive 70 style hyperinflation, right, they've got to use their tools, one of which would be to raise interest rates to try to quell that, So it is a it's a delicate balance. So you know the market didn't like it so much. It didn't go down that that much on a relative basis. But what I would say is Markets, looking at the verb e edge and the rhetoric of the Fed and looking ahead and yes, they do see some rate rises ahead and and they don't necessarily love that, although it's not Catastrophic yet today. Well, it was crazy to watch on Wednesday afternoon because the meeting minutes came out and they said, Well, we didn't make any changes, but we're looking at a couple of bumps by the end of 2023. And that shot things down and number one I was. I'm always surprised when the Fed gives guidance beyond you know, next Tuesday, they don't even usually tell you where they're going for lunch tomorrow, let alone what they anticipate happening in 2022 or 2023. And then after that started a freefall, Fed chairman Powell came out and kind of blocked it back and said, Listen, I didn't say we were going to raise rates right away. And the market started to come up again. What must it be like to have the power to move things that quickly? It's incredible. I mean that the market is listening to every word. And you know this fed regime in the last few have promised to try to be a bit more open and transparent, And it's the kind of gentler fed, you know. So yes. Fed Chairman Powell. You know he speaks a little bit more openly than previous Fed chair people and and it makes an impact an immediate and bad like you said. It's real time. It's almost like a real time. You know, movie that you're watching. It's incredible. We've come along way since the days when we used to have to try to figure out what the Fed was going to do by the angle at which Greenspan was holding his briefcase as he walked to the meeting. That's right. That's right. That was fun, too. Right? Right. Oh, yeah, Joe Kernen and the guys had a lot of fun with it and CNBC. We're going to come back and discuss the economy with Dean Z. Dian Ziad, the CEO of Brookstone Capital Management. We'll talk about market panic and oil prices and all kinds of good stuff..

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"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:08 min | Last month

"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I hate to say this way, but I'm going to say something that might seem a little extreme. But you know, low interest rates is like the drug of choice for Wall Street, right. It's it's the cocaine or whatever you want to call it, and you know we can joke about that. But I'm serious about that. But it is an addictive drug to Wall Streeters and to the price of stocks, which you know large. It can be not only but you know, attributed to this low interest rate environment. At one time we had the Fed actually raising rates a couple of years ago for those that might remember, you know, the market reacted very poorly. Right now. There are times in the markets will do just fine when rates are rising, but to answer the question here. I think this addiction to lower rates is at an all time high. The hint of raising rates obviously rattles the market sometimes now doesn't mean it's going to crash or it's going to have a major correction, but The market is really definitely hooked on the low interest rate environment and the Fed looking at that. Recognizes that but must balance that with any perceived inflation out there. And if there is going to be some massive 70 style hyperinflation, right, they've got to use their tools, one of which would be to raise interest rates to try to quell that, so it is. It's a delicate balance. So You know, the market didn't like it so much. It didn't go down that that much on a relative basis. But what I would say is Markets, looking at the verb e edge and the rhetoric of the Fed and looking ahead and yes, they do see some rate rises ahead and and they don't necessarily love that, although it's not Catastrophic yet today. Well, it was crazy to watch on Wednesday afternoon because the meeting minutes came out and they said, Well, we didn't make any changes, but we're looking at a couple of bumps by the end of 2023. And that shot things down and number one I was. I'm always surprised when the Fed gives guidance beyond you know, next Tuesday, they don't even usually tell you where they're going for lunch tomorrow, let alone what they anticipate happening in 2022 or 2023. And then after that started a freefall, Fed chairman Powell came out and kind of blocked it back and said, Listen, I didn't say we were going to raise rates right away. And the market started to come up again. What must it be like to have the power to move things that quickly? It's incredible. I mean, they're the market is listening to every word. And you know this Fed regime in the last few Have promised to try to be a bit more open and transparent, and it's the kind of gentler fed, you know. So yes, fed Chairman Powell, You know he speaks a little bit more openly than previous Fed chair people and and it makes an impact an immediate at that, like you said, it's real time. It's almost like a real time. You know, movie that you're watching. It's incredible. We've come along way since the days when we used to have to try to figure out what the Fed was going to do by the angle at which Greenspan was holding his briefcase as he walked to the meeting. That's right. That's right. That was fun, too. Right? Right. Oh, yeah, Joe Kernen and the guys had a lot of fun with it and CNBC. We're going to come back and discuss the economy with Dean's Ian Deans, A that CEO of Brookstone Capital Management. We'll talk about market panic and oil prices and all kinds of good stuff..

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"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:15 min | 4 months ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Joe Kernen could have ever dreamed of. And what we saw over the past year. As the Republican Party did, literally nothing. You stop it completely out of control Governor who single handedly put over a million people out of work. And shut down thousands of businesses and destroyed untold amounts of lives in the process. I'm out of opportunities to give them So it brings me great joy at how well the libertarians did. In the gubernatorial race last year. Even the greatest speech ever given. It was it was solid. You know, it was some point. It just gets embarrassing when there's so much applause. I didn't It's weird cause I didn't hear any. Why didn't want Tonto? You know how hesitant I am too. Burrowed myself. Mark, So I took some of the more quiet moments. Okay? Gotcha. Yeah, because otherwise it's just one of an irritating to listen to like, thunders. Applause. Hey, a moment of personal privilege, but it's for you. Oh, Okay, Because, you know, I'm very giving. That's always the first word I think of when I think of rob Candle giving. What is it? Are you gonna talk about my hair? Well, what about your hair? If you want, I was gonna say that for hammer, but I wanted to say congratulations to your boy boy had a tremendous lacrosse game over the weekend, and he did, And he needed it because he's been struggling a little bit, uh, this season. He had a really, really strong game this past Saturday, and it was just a treat to watch me scored three goals out of the country want to say there was 11? I think the final score was 11 to 5 or six. Something like that against a strong team, though it was really well matched, and I know the score doesn't sound like it, but they actually were a pretty solid team. And the caramel team just outperformed and he was a real huge contributor that I'm so proud of him. Are you that mother on the sidelines? Good. Yeah. I didn't do any of the wounds. But I was screaming. Yeah, a lot. Well, that is wonderful. And see you let him talk to Robin. His life got better the way it is for everyone without her speed round is over for you. Hey, y'all Terrace Rucker here, you know, A lot of people.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

05:14 min | 5 months ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"If you don't get any ownership I'll get a return on your investment. But you should feel good because you've just invested and you've made sure that people at the tippy tippy tippy tippy top didn't Get away with anything. Speaking of which This with Warren was on CNBC, which is owned by Left wing organization. But there's a guy named Joe Karenin. Who's a free market guy. And he had a pretty interesting exchange with her. They got that got kind of. Well, kind. Interesting. Okay. Once, then we are actually deciding that maybe they've made Enough to a certain point is the wealth tax. They were debating the wealth tax. And she wants to put a well text on those of the tippy tippy tippy tippy top and the wealth tax would tax them every year there network every single year. Okay. Once then we are actually deciding that maybe they've made enough to a certain point where they don't need all that. Now there with the 1st 2nd if you're going to do 2% on 50 million And then when you get up to a billion, and you're going to do 3% if we've made if we've crossed the Rubicon and said, You have more money than you can ever spend and you don't need it, and you need to help out the rest of it. Why not make it truly progressive and do 10% at a billion? Do 20% at 10 billion? Why? Why not do it That way? Once you get started and raise some real money, what would be the problem? Why would days those 23% when some poor Schmo it at only $50 million.2 percent? So look, um you know, I'm just a girl from Oklahoma. I think $3 Trillion actually sounds like a lot of money and raising $3 trillion that we can reinvest in our economy for just a minute. Can we talk about what? That two cents three cents would be. It's not punitive on those at the top, they could still grow their fortunes. Here's the thing. It's enough for universal child care. It's enough for universal pre K. It's enough to make sure that every baby in this country has good care and raise the wages of every child care worker increase there. You didn't America The answer may make it 10 times is good. Civil question. If if that's a 2% wanna make it, 10 might not make it 29 30. It's all about. They don't need it. Right. You're the ones who determine who needs what Erica did answer may make it 10 times is good. Make it if you're going to decide that some people have Too much. And 50 million is too much. And you see this looks to me like we're changing the rules of the game. By the way During this whole debate, I kept waiting for the gentleman to say, Are you aware of how much in terms of federal income tax is the tippy tippy top pay? He never said that. 1% pay almost 40% of all the federal income tax is in this country. And these are people making over $300,000 more $350,000 more roughly running there. That 1% pays almost 40% of the federal income taxes while taking in between 15 and 20% of the nation's income. Now the question is, what is the purpose of taxes? Get it to fund the essential Duties, responsibilities of government, or is it to punish people at the top to make it more fair? Is that the objective that go back centuries for if you've paid your taxes on the way in and a crew this and a lot of these people would rather do really good things with the money then they don't think the government doesn't well, so you know, that's another issue that I'm hearing from a lot of people that they want to give it to. Harlem. You know, Harlem fire the things that they do what, but go back to the original thing. Why not? This is a guy named Joe Kernen, CNBC and he's debating Elizabeth Warren over the wealth tax. Get 5% or 10% on people that are really loaded. Okay, I'm loving this morning. I cannot believe that. I've gotten you to say that we should tax the rich, more chill. You see how she didn't even understand the points. He wasn't he was making. I can't believe okay. Okay, well, fine, I'll tack 7 30%. What he was saying is, If your argument is that people have so much that they have more than they need to live on, Then you can tax them even higher. Why not? 90% 99% hurting me hurting me saying this moment, But do you remember? This is just like we do on real estate taxes we say convicted she is I'll convince you might be, they'll see. Come out of school with a degree in economics. We're going to take this from you, because we just know it. This person over here deserves it. And you don't It's not offensive to you. I thought you guys were all upset about coming here with one touch calling to tell you what you do with your life, will you? If you're thinking of replacing your carpets due to pet stains and odors, you must try Genesis. 9 50. The reviews are amazing is this is one product that actually works with water. It breaks down the bonds of stains and odors, so they're gone for good. Its antibacterial component removes pet odors from carpet and padding. It could be used in.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:02 min | 5 months ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Marrow transplants Lou Gehrig disease. Plus all the other categories. So are large numbers of pregnant women going to show up to get the shot, I say. If I'm a woman, I deal with the morning sickness and not get the shot because you don't They're testing and I watched the JJ CEO this morning on squawk box and they're in the process now of going through about a three month process of a trial for pregnant women. Now they have toe volunteer to get the shot. And the question was from Joe Kernen, who how many women have volunteered to get the shot and he said, we have a sufficient number to make it a valid Now you have to pay him something to get the other. Sometimes you get paid. Sometimes you don't. I couldn't imagine. Making that decision for my unborn child that I'm gonna make This decision for this child to put covert 19 vaccine into their system that is developing is a baby as a heartbeat when you're about 78 weeks old. Now. Maybe when, If you're a parent, you have all these other conditions and you're in that area. That's very much affected. But now you're putting your unborn child's life at risk. There is not any sort of trials done to the state. And even when the trials were done, the little mind they were done. And they didn't do it the right way. And you don't know you say that about anybody that in the vaccine now, but at least you're making the decision for yourself. Not some other person. So Type one diabetes, pregnant women, bone marrow transplants, cops, corrections officers over the age of 60 morticians. Those also daycare workers. This thing is almost wide open. Here's the big question. Are you ready for the big question? Fire away? Well, you get it. No. You're a young strike 40 years old, right? Right. And you're not going to get it. You know why Because I'm not in a group that's that's affected by it. I feel good. I feel healthy. I'm in very, very good health, and I just figure I there's a chance I might have even already got it and don't and had no symptoms from it. So why Why risk? Why risk it? Even if the risk is very, very small when the by and large I am even if I did get it. I would go on with life and be fine. The flu shot every year. No, no, because I feel like every year There's like three strains. And then though they picked like the a strain and turns out to always be the beer. See, string corrected versa. Now what do you do if your school tells you while the emergency used authorization is now done? It's safe and effective. FDA says it's approved and much like any other vaccine. Your kids got to get to go to school. Or if you're a teacher, you got to do this to go to school. What do you do? Oh, The tough one. September is coming. Is that one of the sea authors? Actually this summer is gonna be past that, and it's gonna be okay. We've now done sufficient research, and now it is safe and effective. And the schools, the planes, whatever it might be, you have to. You have to belly up to less than one year. It's deemed safe and effective, long term long term short term no matter what. Makes tackle FDA Well, anyway, that's that's your buddy, Anthony Fauci and others. And at some point and the prediction that in a month saved my mother's day. You're gonna have plenty of vaccine and people are going to get it now they're gonna be half the population. People like you are going to be told, well, rocky there fully participate. And what you want to do anything participate through her immunity the way it's been done for centuries and centuries. You get it. I bet you On a 50%. The population has had it cycled through it and come out on the other end. Fine. Al experiences 150 million Americans. I've had it. I would be half 150 million. Then you head on top of that about 60 million. Got the shot. You're above 200 million right now. Right now not counting kids is 80 million kids. That means about 275 million adults. And two thirds of our either had it. Or they got the shot. Now, every day that goes by is almost three million more getting the shot. So in 30 more days you're 100 million more. You're up to the number anyway. So the government continues to scare the crap out of us acting as if we're all going to die, and now we find out that 99 just a C Y a things that just to cover your behind, saying you don't want to come out and say Look, we're in the clear And then two weeks later, the Brazilian strain so we got another. We got the you know, you can't say it's the Chinese. Strangely, Jin color Brazilian correct You call it British. You can call it whatever. Just don't call it Chinese, For God's sakes. That means you're racially insensitive. We got to run, but we'll see what happens A lot of things to talk about. You and Eddie. Starting in about 10 minutes you got Let's continue with more the home of your reds, who lost yesterday. 5 to 1. 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"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:42 min | 8 months ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I was kind of floored when they did that, because the Fed doesn't usually give guidance past the next three or four months. Can you explain what that might mean to our average listener and how it may affect their portfolio? You know, the Fed has a couple of different mandates, You know, one of which is inflation related, and then another is unemployment. But the short version is when they keep interest rates low. They're providing liquidity to the markets their base and that's one. Uh, effect. Another, of course, is To really deter investors from parking money in the bank. That's going to pay you nothing and encourage you to invest in other things, like stocks and other types of bonds, for example. S so that that Z the basic mandate of the said a Z try to track inflation. They use interest rates to be able to adjust up and down based on their inflation expectations. So inflation's been 2% or so give or take or lower for a long, long time, so they're not worried about inflation number one If they were to. They want to be raising rates at some point inflation has really been in check based on the way that the head of the government defines inflation number two. They've used a ton of bullets between monetary and fiscal policy in DC, to try to come back the effects of this pandemic and the unemployment, So another bullet in their quiver, of course, is to just keep interest rates low. Almost to grease the economy to provide this liquidity right. So it is part of this ongoing strategy to not try to slow the growth of the economy. That's the interest rate possibly have so that you could look at that a little negatively. See, while I mean that really means of things, they're really, really kind of bad, Brian. So bad they're going to keep rates lower. That's kind of true, actually, right? That's been the case rates have been low for a very long time. And it's just this tool. They used to try to keep the economy moving and growing and not contracting, frankly, and it's always butting up against this idea of inflation, but it's unbelievable. We just have not had inflation rear its ugly head. Despite all the money printing that's going on in D. C. So that's the inflation that's part of its interest rate policy. It's going to stay low. How it benefits. People in the real estate side, of course, is that mortgage rates and refinance rates are very, very low. But bank rates and CD rates and savings accounts are very, very low is well, right, so it's kind of a double edged sword. But the Fed is doing what they think is best to kind of try to get us to continue to grow out of this most recent crisis. You think that very departure from normal policy and the fact that they did provide that type of guidance for a couple of years? Indicates that things are worse than they were before. Is that reading too much into it? Well, it's a little bit a little bit of bad. You know, the Fed is trying to be more open and transparent. So this is part of this new way that the Fed communicates and projects out more of what they're going to do, Which they at some point the past, you know, they were very vague and Nobody really knew what they were thinking. So now that's part of this new type of fed where they do want to be a little bit more transparent. But I do read into this. Yes, they realized that any Increase in interest rates, even if it was small could be just enough to really, really hurt the economy, right. That's important to know. When they did raise rates A couple of years ago, the market responded very poorly immediately. Right, so the Fed knows that they have now just said, Hey, the gloves are off. We're going to tell the world It's a low interest rate policy for at least a couple of years, and that does give some confidence in some ease in the broader markets. Transparency is a good thing you remember back when Greenspan was the Fed chairman and on CNBC in the morning, David Faber and Joe Kernen would watch film of him walking to the meetings on Wednesdays, and they try to indicate what the policy was going to be by the angle at which he held his briefcase. That's how much information they released back then. Hi, doll. You're right. It was funny. And it became, you know of writing joke, right? This phrase fed speak, you know was was invented because the way Greenspan and some that came after and spoke was just It's very opaque way that you didn't have to decipher every word, you know, And every every face looks Russian at the time, right? What they really saying here and the market would react to that right? So there is a more transparent regime with the Fed today, that is all true, and I think that's a good thing. Mean as we wrap up here, give us if you will your outlook for 2021 from an investment management standpoint, you know, we've gotten through the election or we will shortly have a certified winner and everybody seems to still be breathing. And is it Is it going to be a good year? I had I foresee elements of volatilities in the next 12 months. You know, we did have some years in a row a couple years back where the volatility was super low. And just, you know, the market is went on without any real ups and downs. I do see you know this environment in the next year or two to have these times where there's going to be the spikes in volatility. Despite all that, I think it will be. Ah, moderately good here. You've got to make sure. Most importantly, you know, if you can get through some of these volatile these spikes that I think will happen. And that could rattle some people is you've got to make sure that you have the right portfolio for you, the end client, the investor but listening to the show here that matches your overall financial prop profile. The best If you've matched up your overall financial profile and goals and.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:17 min | 9 months ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"But the short version is when they keep interest rates low. They're providing liquidity to the markets their base, and that's one effect another of courses. To really deter investors from parking money in the bank. That's going to pay you nothing and encourage you to invest in other things, like stocks and other types of bonds, for example, so that that's that's the basic mandate of the Fed. Aziz try to track inflation. They use interest rates to be ableto adjust up and down based on their inflation expectations. So inflation's been 2% or so give or take or lower for a long, long time, so they're not worried about inflation number one If they were to. They want to be raising rates at some point. Inflation has really been in check based on the way that the Fed and the government defines inflation number two. They've used a ton of bullets between monetary and fiscal policy in DC, to try to come back the effects of this pandemic in the unemployment, so another bulletin there quiver, of course, is to just keep interest rates low. Almost to grease the economy to provide liquidity right. So it is part of this ongoing strategy to not try to slow the growth of the economy. That's the interest rate posited. They have so that you could look at that a little negatively. Wow, that really needs of things. They're really, really kind of bad, Brian so bad They're going to keep rates low. That's kind of true, actually, right? That's been the case rates have been low for a very long time, and it's just This tool. They used to try to keep the economy moving and growing and not contracting, frankly, and it's always butting up against this idea of inflation, but it's unbelievable. We just have not had inflation rear its ugly head. Despite all the money printing that's going on in D. C so that the inflation that's part of its interest rate policy. It's going to stay low. How it benefits. People in the real estate side, of course, is that mortgage rates and refinance rates are very, very low. But bank rates and CD rates and savings accounts are very, very low as well. Right, So it's kind of a double edged sword. But the Fed is doing what they think is best to kind of try to get us to continue to grow out of this most recent crisis. You think that the departure from normal policy and the fact that they did provide that type of guidance for a couple of years? Indicates that things are worse than they were before. Is that reading too much into it? Well, it's a little bit a little bit of that. You know, the Fed is trying to be more open and transparent. So this is part of this new way that effect communicates and project out more of what they're going to do. Which state At some point past, you know, they were very vague. Nobody really knew what they were thinking. So now that's part of this new type of fed where they do want to be a little bit more transparent. But I do read into this that yes, they realize that any Uh, increase in interest rates, even if it was small could be just enough to really, really hurt the economy, right? That's important to know. And when they did raise rates a couple of years ago, the market responded very poorly immediately. Right, So the Fed knows that they have now just said, Hey, the gloves are off. We're going to tell the world It's a low interest rate policy for at least a couple of years, and that does give him confidence in some ease in the broader markets. Transparency is a good thing you remember back when Greenspan was the Fed chairman and on CNBC in the morning, David Faber and Joe Kernen would watch film of him walking to the meetings on Wednesdays, and they try to indicate what the policy was going to be by the angle at which he held his briefcase. That's how much information they released back then. Yeah. No, You're right. It was funny. And it became, you know, Ah, Running joke, right? This phrase Fedspeak Lino was invented because the way the Greenspan and something came out and spoke was very opaque. A way that you didn't have to decipher every word you know, and every every facial expression at the time, right? What they really saying here and the market would react to that right? There is a more transparent regime with the Fed today. That is all true, and I think that's a good thing. Mean as we wrap up here, give us if you will your outlook for 2021 from an investment management standpoint, you know, we've gotten through the election or we will shortly have a certified winner and everybody seems to still be breathing. And is it Is it going to be a good year ahead? I foresee the elements of volatility in the next 12 months. You know, we did have some years in a row couple years back where the volatility was super low. And just, you know, the market just went on without any really ups and downs. I do see you know this environment in the next year or two to have these these times where there's going to be these spikes and volatility. Despite all that, I think it would be. Ah, moderately good here. You've got to make sure. Most importantly, you know if you can get through some of these volatility, spike that I think will happen. And that could rattle some people is you've got to make sure that you have the right portfolio for you. The end client the investor list into the show here that matches your overall financial prop profile, the best If you've matched up your overall financial profile and.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Too. He was Governor Frank O'Bannon's lieutenant governor and stepped into the role of chief executive after abandons unexpected death. So there was Joe Kernen seeking his own elected term in this debate in 2004. I appreciate the extraordinary opportunity that I've had over the course of the last 13 months to serve as governor of this great state, I want to continue Turn and lost that election to Mitch Daniels in 2000 for not Justin Opponent, Daniel says Kernan was also an ally and adviser at different times and always a friend, Joe Kernen, died today at the age of 74. A rising infection rate convinces Governor Eric Holcomb that he should keep existing Cronus virus restrictions in place for local governments. Of course on we support. Could be more stringent if they find themselves in a situation where they want. Impose more stringent guidelines than the state is another 630 Hoosiers with the virus not counting Mondays, which are normally lower because of slower reporting on Sundays. It's the fewest since June 12th but there were also fewer test reported the rate of positives was 8.4%. High school sports are on is planned for the fall season. Kurt Darling reports administrators with the Met Wednesday morning to discuss it and have decided that all fall sports at Indiana's high schools will go on as scheduled. No delays and no cancellations with that girl's golf practice starts this Friday as planned. All other sports can start practicing Monday, August 3rd. Molly Ball matches will start August 15th in football on the 21st the suspended all winter sports back in early March and cancelled the spring sports season soon after, when the Corona virus pandemic first hit the state. Kirk Darling. 93 w Y B C Mobile news minute away from traffic and weather is get Grill ready with WalMart Find all your faves like Oscar Mayer hotdogs, Kraft Singles and Heinz.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So there there's apparently a lot of turmoil over the markets right now the market's been up and the reason America's been up is because it turns out that people are pretty optimistic about the direction of the economy Wall Street focuses on economic recovery on Tuesday stocks rallied along with crude oil prices according to The New York Times yes you have hundred rose more than one percent shares of delta United and other big carriers rose also so did Mary out international oil prices have been climbing all month as the restarting of factories resumption of travel raised expectations that demand would rise news of progress and I think about it has also been a factor fueling the gains Tuesday was no exception the re opening a business it's been another factor so of course the economy is rising because we hit rock bottom it's hard to see any other direction it would go exactly with that said that is not stopping some critics in the media from being very upset the market is rising Hey Andrew Ross Sorkin who is on the show but he he did a he he didn't segment today this morning with Joe Kernen he ripped into her and why because current has been talking up the stock market he says well that's just you cheerleading from month now that's actually just recognizing that we are moving out of the worst situation into a less bad situation Hanneke about ever going out again panic enormous if you didn't what good is it there had one thousand people died you know and all you did was try to help your friend the president that's what you did every single morning on this show every single.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Eastern our new time five PM Pacific specific specific Pacific our new time life liberty and live in a one on one love in and Dershowitz for a full hour never happened before not for a heck of three minutes with thirteen get now a full discussion about the constitution impeachment subpoenas and by the way the allegations against him we'll spend time on that too I think you're gonna be blown away by the interview I really does so whatever you're doing please market down tell your friends and family yeah I wanna watch on CNN and MSNBC see nobody cares nobody cares and again I want to have an open invitation all those were running for president I'd states Democrats you're welcome to come on the program Nancy Pelosi you're welcome Adam Schiff you're welcome Nadler you're welcome hello Sir Schumer you're welcome just this wall well I only one around me you know the guys gashes I don't want him **** up my studio Mister producer my chairs and everything Jim Cramer is a financial analyst on CNBC when this report came out the numbers on on employment it's not even unemployment employment job creation seven million new jobs created under Donald Trump insult less than three years less than three years the best economy when it comes to jobs American jobs in over half a century how do you dismiss this how do you play this down and yet that's what they're doing instead it's constant impeachment impeachment abuse of you this is third intention this is what the left does where all the economic analysts climate change we're gonna talk about climate change I am challenging Chuck Todd to come on my show let's have a discussion about climate change Nancy Pelosi they only know climate change is they don't know how to describe it I'm more than happy to discuss I've written two books for I dress climate change but I actually read the reports and listen to the experts not just a prop again all right Jim Cramer of CNBC this morning with Joe Kernen who the hell's Joe Kernen Mister but I don't even know who is Joe current of course is a colleague but I mean do we know anything about Joe Kernen I don't just another not so pretty face anyway either way on CNN he can't even say just another pretty face they all look NO awful may I say awful said a word I'm allowed the awful Jim Cramer cut twelve go a list of what cable companies cable CNN MSN where they cover the number sixteen sixteen is positive economic.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Our new time five PM Pacific specific specific Pacific our new time life liberty in love in one on one love in and Dershowitz for a full hour never happened before not for a heck of three minutes with thirteen get now a full discussion about the constitution impeachment subpoenas and by the way the allegations against him we'll spend time on that too I think you're gonna be blown away by the interview I really does so whatever you're doing please market down tell your friends and family yeah I wanna watch on CNN and MSNBC see nobody cares nobody cares and again I want to have an open invitation all those were running for president I'd states Democrats you're welcome to come on the program Nancy Pelosi you're welcome Adam Schiff you're welcome Nadler you're welcome hello Sir show me you're welcome yes this wall well I only one around me you know the guys gashes I don't want him **** up my studio Mr bidders for my chairs and everything Jim Cramer is a financial analyst on CNBC when this report came out the numbers on on employment it's not even a plan at some point job creation seven million new jobs created under Donald Trump insult less than three years less than three years the best economy when it comes to jobs American jobs in over half a century how do you dismiss this how do you play this down and yet that's what they're doing instead it's constant impeachment impeachment abuse of you this is third intention this is what the left does well the economic analysts climate change we're gonna talk about climate change I am challenging Chuck Todd to come on my show let's have a discussion about climate change Nancy Pelosi they only know climate change is they don't know how to describe it I'm more than happy to discuss I've written two books for I dress climate change but I actually read the reports and listen to the experts not just a prop again all right Jim Cramer of CNBC this morning with Joe Kernen who the hell's Joe Kernen Mister but I don't even know who is Joe current of course is a colleague but I mean do we know anything about Joe Kernen I don't just another not so pretty face anyway either way on CNN he can't even say just another pretty face they all look NO may I say awful said a word I'm allowed the awful Jim Cramer cut twelve go a list of what cable companies cable C. N. N. M. as it were they cover the number six sixteen is you know.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Our new time five PM Pacific specific specific Pacific our new time life liberty in love in one on one love in and Dershowitz for a full hour never happened before not for a heck of three minutes with thirteen get now a full discussion about the constitution impeachment subpoenas and by the way the allegations against him we'll spend time on that too I think you're gonna be blown away by the interview I really does so whatever you're doing please market down tell your friends and family yeah I wanna watch on CNN and MSNBC see nobody cares nobody cares and again I want to have an open invitation all those were running for president I'd states Democrats you're welcome to come on the program need to pull OC you're welcome Adam Schiff you're welcome now I'd like you're welcome hello show me you're welcome yes this wall well I only one around me you know the guys gashes I don't want him **** up my studio Mister producer my chairs and everything Jim Cramer is a financial analyst on CNBC when this report came out the numbers on on employment it's not even unemployment's employment job creation seven million new jobs created under Donald Trump in less than three years less than three years the best economy when it comes to jobs American jobs in over half a century how do you dismiss this how do you play this down and yet that's what they're doing instead it's constant impeachment impeachment abuse of you this is third intention this is what the left does where all the economic analysts climate change we're gonna talk about climate change I am challenging Chuck Todd to come on my show let's have a discussion about climate change Nancy Pelosi they only know what climate change is they don't know how to describe it I'm more than happy to discuss I've written two books for I dress climate change but I actually read the reports and listen to the experts not just a prop again all right Jim Cramer of CNBC this morning with Joe Kernen who the hell's Joe Kernen Mister but I don't even know who is Joe current of course is a colleague but I mean do we know anything about Joe Kernen I don't just another not so pretty face anyway either way on CNN you can't even say just another pretty face they all look here now awful may I say awful said a word I'm allowed the awful Jim Cramer cut twelve go the list of what cable companies cable CNN MSN where they cover six the number sixteen sixteen is positive economic news a negative so you know what's going on here this is this is never seen my stock no cream is not a.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Are continue to kick in and people's disposable income is increasing within your times did the new york times in order to find a couple who would not benefit from trump's taxcut actually had to invent a couple on paper they couldn't find a real life example of an american family whose taxes were going up and so they created a fictional and they did not try to convince readers that this couple actually existed they instead manufactured a typical american family with certain specified suspects must vacations and then they ran numbers two and they created a scenario where a family would see a tax increase it was made up and one of the ways they did it was to use a tax preparation software called turbo tax well that was even flawed you know why because the version of turbo tax the new york times used had not been revised are upgraded to include the new tax rates and reductions in the trump tax cut and once they used the proper version of turbo tax even they're made up couple data tax cut but here's the new york times ignoring every family they inspected trying to find a tax increase having to resort to making up a fictional family and even that fictional family ended up getting a tax cut now they're dribbles i will it a republicans aren't jelly a good enough story i dunno i mean the i see paul ryan on tv every week touting the advantages and the results of the tax and i hear trump talking about it uh it's it's who gets their message out first and there was a coordinated message of the democrats and the media that this tax cut was a tax increase and it's taking awhile who prove that that is arroni us so wilbur ross saying should judge of the president judge's decisions by what's actually happening not some speculation on whether the economics advisor leaving is going to cause problems judge what's happening by what's happening look at actual results joe kernen who was the host on cnbc then censure wilbur du north gary cohn said something like if you do the.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"A fictional and they don't they did not try to convince readers that this couple actually existed they instead manufactured a typical american family with certain space aspects must vacations and then they ran numbers and and they created a scenario where a family would see a tax increase it was made up and one of the ways they did it was to use a tax preparation software called turbo tax well that was even flawed you know why because the version of turbo tax the new york times used had not been revised are upgraded to include the new tax rates and reductions in the trump tax cut and once they used the proper version of turbo tax even they're made up couple got a tax cut but here's the new york times ignoring every family they inspected trying to find a tax increase having to resort to making up a fictional family and even that fictional family ended up getting a tax cut now they've ripples at will at a republicans aren't jelly a good enough story i dunno i mean i see paul ryan on tv every week touting the advantages in the results of the tax and i hear trump talking about it uh it's it's who gets their message out first and there was a coordinated message of the democrats and the media that this tax cut was a tax increase and it's taking awhile to prove that that is erroneous so wilbur ross saying should judge the president judge's decisions by what's actually happening not some speculation on whether the economics advisor leaving is going to cause problems judge what's happening by what's happening look at actual results joe kernen who was the host on cnbc then said to wilbur d eunorth gary cohn said something like if you do the tariffs i'm out can you give us some background on this have a great deal of respect for daring he was the prison of goldman sachs he's made a very major contribution to this improved economic environment that were it he did very good work on the taxes he's doing very good work on the infrastructure so this is not about some sort of a.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on WTMA

"Start with that or on the group could wary we saw you're on january fourteen out of eighteen three diversity in new alltime high peterson nike of 55 so we are starting the europe in a with a bang after twelve consecutive months choice for peace for every record we know about being shared a real born worries we'll borne by 1950 no 1974 marc ratner i was i'm sorry i remember that you remember the type of meltoff no one wants to talk about a multiple when you are seeing every day it's like 'groundhog day i feel like bill murray they walk into the chicago mercantile exchange a look up yesterday five 500 just up fifteen handles regardless it doesn't really matter and we did see gdp come in a little bit off expectations but at the bigger picture we are seeing growth we are seeing tangible we're seeing historic got components of the stock market here in all cylinders but when you see markets continued go straight up in the way they have volatilty suppressed there is reason i have a little bit of caution here right have we got in ahead of ourselves it's a response to this but quickly jeff gilbert what jumped out at you that was not so good the us dollar mnuchin doing the us dollar if there is a direct correlation in inverse correlation the weaker dollar stock market off to the races thereby everything they can get their hands on from crude oil two goals to us equities or something just do what i understand mr minutes kinda got caught up and sporadic um fumbling around for bed but president trump in an interview with cnbc joe kernen who made it very clear i think he covered the dollar he said look we are in favour drawn dr and he said the dow is going to get stronger and stronger you know as the american economy continued to improve did that allay your concerns no because i think there's more candid what mnuchin throughout your role backpedalling mnuchin absolve can back told his comments from trump reinforced that but let's be honest we are in currency wars with china with draghi dry was very displeased with that comments from a nation soldiers continued race to the pace it's going on.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I understand mr minutes kinda got caught up in some rhetoric um fumbling around for bed but president trump in an interview with us nbc joe kernen who made it very clear i think he covered the dollar he said look we are in favour gobert drawn dr and he said the dollar's is going to get stronger and stronger you know as the american economy continued to improve did that allay your concerns noelbaker that you're more candid woman neutral throughout your role backpedalling mnuchin themselves even back told his comments from trump reinforce that but let's be ours we are in currency wars with china which dragged each argue is very displeased with that comment from a nation soldiers continued race to the pace it's going on it and this is real um at the jazz fans your bruin at there as you read it you know i think it's too early to tell maybe maybe not um you know i think the weak dollar comments uh you know everybody is one of the week doller regardless of administration and regardless of period wait we um and so i don't think he said anything that was that outrageous a really unusual uh he just just the fact that he's set it i guess was unusual but policywise this is often surprising there i i think the risk is that you know when you have trade tariffs that were slapped on a couple of products this week that's against trade that could hurt us companies etc and so i guess in theory if you want to mitigate that you would talk down the dollar to potentially help on the other side while you while you manager trade expectations awhile you negotiate trade agreements or whatever to give yourself push it in case you have negative effects from your trade negotiations so looking forward that something that i'm kind of paying attention so look the master of this was a democrat robert rubin treasury secretary under president bill clinton and rubens the guy who coined the phrase he's old bond guy understood markets he said uh strong us dollars in the national interest.

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"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"joe kernen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Ninetythree wibc rub kendall abdul in for the czechs they'll be back monday thanks for joining us and whether you're going to get into and just a little bit is they of announced summer study committees and the assignments for those very potent and we'll tell you everything you have to know about that particular one on alcohol and boos yes that's the one role looking for direct fractured late little bit later would have a whole segment on alcohol and boos nobody loves alcohol boos more than me and abdul plan have several segments on alcohol invisible we need to have a drinking contest on the air so podcastone my folks definitely podcastone what but one of the things years ago that was studied under governor mitch daniels was how to reform local government remember that was a big thing and bni for quite a while and the big lepore the granddaddy of them all was knows the in shepherd lepore former chief justice randall shepard a republican in teamed up with former governor joe kernen a democrat and they came together to find out ways to make government more efficient and get rid of the waste and abdul one of the big proposal in there was essentially get rid of township government and is correct that is definitely one of the big things that came out of carnage shepherds like hey now this is a form of government levels were this been around since the founding of indiana batam f acne was on with territory indian had even been here yet you're you have these towns from governments and our recall back in the late 2000s when i came here to indiana and writing about pouncer government like what are you do all day and you actually get a game at the time called name your township of official right and what he could do nobody nobody could you off here's the thing in the modern era i mean there are some minor services that are taken care of by the townships but for the most part when it comes to roads and bridges and of cetera there's not really off on shook township government iran they countered government our argue is one of the most useless forms of government.

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