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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:49 min | 6 months ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Thanks for spending part of your weekend with us. The markets aren't predictable, but the talking heads sure are There's no need to waste hundreds of hours in 2021 reading the business section and watching financial news commentators on TV because we already know what the pundits will be saying next year and probably the year after that. And the year after that. So, says Jonathan Clements, founder of humble dollar dot com. He's put together a handful of storylines for next year that she'll hear from these commentators. Jonathan take us through a couple go nothing to writing about this stuff for 35 years, and every year you see the same crop of stories come up and when you read them What you really need to do is read between the lines because there's a reason people are pushing these stories. And, for instance, one of most common stories with we've seen this year we'll see in 2021 we will see in 2000 and 22. This is a prediction you could take to the bank. We will get people forecasting that stock market is going to crash Now. Anybody who knows anything about the market knows you cannot predict its short some direction. So why do we have these talking heads forecasting the market's going to crash. Because they know if they make that prediction, they're gonna get themselves on TV, and they're gonna get themselves 15 minutes of fame. In fact, the more extreme the production, the more likely they are to find themselves on TV. So when you see those guys on TV, making this diet for cops Don't think while they might be true think, why are they starting this nonsense That they know isn't necessarily pros. They're looking for clients. Ultimately, I would imagine, in addition to that fame or publicity Absolutely I on do you know if this is the more extreme the prediction, the more likely they are to get On TV. The question is, why do we listen to these folks? Even though we know that nobody can forecast the market's direction, I think there are a couple of things going on here. One people who are pessimistic strike asses in somehow more sophisticated. Where's people are optimists to say, Hey, let's not muck. It only goes up. We should be in stock that strike. This is being naive, But the other thing that goes on here is we are hard wide to their losses. So even though we know they may be conformed marks direction when we got somebody on TV, say stocks about 50% of their value. You know, financial apocalypse is around the corner. We stood up and take notice, even though we know Therefore, customs ability is zero. What is it about Target date funds that you expect to hear from them over and over again. Again. Target date funds are a classic example of where Wolfe Street Sultan has comes into your financial advice is bashing target date funds, and they'll complain that It's not a customized for really might be to track inefficient and so on. And so, of course, the reason they're saying this is because they want to get us a client. So you come to them that they could build you a customized portfolio of mutual funds, which they will just happily tell if you want to send a fax it's per year. For a lot of people going find a target Date fund. Typically the one of those target date funds built using index funds even get him Schwab infidelity that then God That's going to give him a great low cost for a live that's automatically re bounced on their behalf. Holding every time account. It doesn't matter if it's tax inefficient because You don't have to pay taxes on the game teach here anyway. So when you hear the people saying Target date funds are terrible wonder why those financial advisors air saying it and it's because they have a conflict of interest. Speaking with Jonathan Clements sees the founder and editor of humble dollar dot com, and he's written a piece about this same old stories you'll hear over and over again told by financial commentators, one of them to number six on your list. Everyday Investors are buying, they say, so you shouldn't explain that Wall Street loves to bash everyday investors. It Z, their favorite Kenyatta. And this year we saw the bashing the Robin Hood traders and the Robert the traders who are bind these technology stocks or these leverage idiots. Supposedly assigned that the market talk. Those stories are rampant over the summer. Guess what? It wasn't a market. It's not marking, kept going up on the reason. You know these stories are nonsense is because small Vester Trading is really not that significant in the rural market. Thanks. Jonathan Johnson Clements, founder of Humble Dollar Dot com Coming up next catching chest cheaters with no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts. Banking with capital One is like the easiest decision in.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions

Messari's Unqualified Opinions

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on Messari's Unqualified Opinions

"Know you and I say we'd rather not go to the old folks home where the where the polling places you and just It's it's not just Australia and you start to think about seniors. That are voting at their turnouts. Typically much higher in graphics. Well this is. The seventh has dissolved eventually if some of these elections are organised. Von Aceh schedule. I just I'm trying to think of a scenario. Where like what happens if if everybody is in lockdown or during the primaries which looks increasingly likely now with these Labor states what happens they have to figure out some shotgun solutions devoting or they have to figure out. How am I don't know I mean it's? It's it's completely uncharted territory. So maybe you're more pre house of these conversations you unfolding behind scenes that I'd have to imagine the platforms like those are just seeing a son insane. Spiking interest ultimate essential government. Always slow to react I think this is a. This is a no brainer solution We can't disenfranchise The population because of health concerns You know if I were accounting clerk or State Secretary of state that was over voting I would be looking at companies like boats and vote. 'em really hard right now to say how can apple met this quickly How can I get it to more people than last? And it doesn't have to be the only solution you know. There are people vote by mail. There are people that You know come to the polling place but give people the option of downloading an APP on their phone and doing it that way Johnson. I appreciate being generous with your time today. What are some things we should be looking out for in terms of muted out at Soroka? What's next on the on? The crypto side fully or with your own properties in the next six months well on the vine and I'm you know manage the is not really investing in Crypto but overstock still accepts bitcoin and we see somewhere between twenty and thirty thousand dollars. A week of revenue come in From purchases with Crypto I do think that we're going to see digital currencies adopted more widely. Whether it's you know something like facebook was talking about where it's A company backed or foundation bag crypto. That's based it's more like a stable coin based on a basket a Fiat currencies or something like bitcoin. itself. Which is you know separate and apart from any government I do think There's a lot of pressure for digital currencies to be accepted whether that's because of bank people whether it's because of nation-states they would like to see the US dollar not be the defacto global currency There's a lot of pressures that are gonNA push us that way. So that's what I see on the Crypto side on the general blockchain side. I really think that the the most killer APP For blockchain technology can be self sovereign identity where you and I control our digital identity and can give out to people who are transacting with only what they need for to transact with us in do so without a bunch of trust intermediaries That are holding Are Private identity information. Just explain that if you come to overstock and purchase something using a credit card You have a bank. We have a bank. There's credit card processors in between there. Your Bank is a honeypot Information about you. That's protected in. Just the oddest ways. You know if someone does your mother's maiden name your Social Security Number Your Bank account number hacked into that information. They can probably prove that they are you even when they're not you With cell sovereign identity on the blockchain. You've got biometrics That can protect your information when someone comes to overstock purchases something with bitcoin. There's only two things. We need to know their shipping address and have bitcoin that they can transfer to us. We don't need to know a credit card number. We don't need to know a billing address. We don't need to know a pen on a credit card number. We don't even need to know an email We just need to know where to ship goods and they can transfer US cryptocurrency in the way. So it's much simpler. Transaction takes out lots of trust intermediaries so companies that are working in the identity space like ever now like inclusive like Vital Chain I company. We've just announced today that we've taken an interest in These are blockchain use cases that I think are really powerful Well I think Ruler Forward to plan rouse these allegations APP. Sorry in the coming months will be spending a lotta time inside her computers in virtual realm so over the release to get her hands dirty in anticipation other applications out. Jonathan where can people find you on my hair you on twitter or are you avoiding now? I'm on twitter at J. Jonathan now. That's my twitter handle not not as active as some but I do like to promote What we're working on MEDICI. Ventures is also on twitter as promoting blockchain Within our family and beyond we try and really be an information source And then when I write an article or to use your post them on Lincoln as well excellent well jumped Johnson. Cu Evan overstock. Thank you for being generous with your time. Sorry that we're not meeting physically person at the DC blockchain chamber but hopefully will make up for that Sur- and This was a great episode. Reshaping coming enough or Ryan. Thank you I look forward to meeting your person talking more about supply chain and other blockchain pangs face. Well thank you audience. Tune-in species search engines next rap. Thanks for listening. New EPISODES OF UNQUALIFIED OPINIONS. Live weekdays at noon eastern time. 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Airport rape victim files lawsuit against suspect and former employer

Dana Loesch

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Airport rape victim files lawsuit against suspect and former employer

"A woman who who says says she she was was raped raped on on the the job job well well at at Atlanta's Atlanta's airport airport is is now now suing suing the the suspect suspect in in their their former former employer employer every every day day I I have have to to live live through through it it a a really really Amancio Amancio was was on on a a janitorial janitorial shift in hearts Phil Jackson's atrium when she says her boss took her into a locked room and raped her he told me to pull my pants down to do he says he was starring in me with my job the ABM industries supervisor Eddie Sanders is jailed but Nancy is lawyer Jonathan Johnson says the company has a years long history of sexual violence detailed in a documentary and lawsuits those women held the company accountable and you would have thought they might have changed some of their behavior practices but obviously not

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Think creatively about how technology can make tax payers lives easier. There's a one percent fee in Ohio to pay taxes with bitcoin that's cheaper than paying with a credit card which comes with a two and a half percent fee, though, more expensive than using a regular old check, which is free. Still some businesses jumped right in. We'll be on the theory where an actual practice. Jonathan Johnson is on the board of directors for the home furnishings website, overstock dot com. It's a Utah based company that pays a quarterly commercial activity tax in Ohio. And it was one of the first businesses to take advantage of Ohio crypto paid thirty five thousand dollar tax pelt that was just a tad over ten bitcoin Johnson describes himself as crypto currency believer in twenty fourteen overstock started allowing customers to pay with bitcoin. And it says it's collected more than thirteen million bucks worth of crypto currency since then Johnson says about half. Half of what over stock gets it converts into dollars and the rest is held in a so called digital wallet. So we have bitcoin spent now it's worth noting that the state doesn't have a bitcoin account when business pays bitcoin that payment gets routed through a third party, which converted into US dollars. Which is then sent to the tax collector. Still Toby charting who? Studies business ethics at Rutgers University points out that crypto currency was founded in part as a way to conduct transactions free from government control. But now here's Ohio stepping in and saying, hey, actually, you can pay your taxes in bitcoins. Shorting says this gives crypto currency further nudge into the mainstream there happened a couple of other states where legislators proposed crypto currency tax payments. But they've been pass. Meanwhile, the Ohio treasurer's office says fewer than ten companies have used the option so far, and they're not sure the program will continue long-term in Cleveland. I'm Adrienne Ma for marketplace..

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on KTRH

"What could possibly be wrong with saving like crazy? So you can retire early. That's the notion behind the financial independence slash retire early or fire movement as it's known lately personal finance expert Jonathan Clements says he's read a lot of carping about fire both in articles and in the emails. He gets he's the founder and editor at humble dollar dot com. Jonathan explained this movement movement has really taken hold in the last couple of years, we've seen more and more people posting about how they've managed to retire in their forties who you've been in. This studies often these are people who've had fairly high paying careers either in the tech industry, or perhaps is a physician they saved massive amounts of money in a row sleep brief period. And then they quit. And this is created a lot of controversy out there people who've questioned whether the fire devotees. Jeez. Really have a really a role model for the rest of us. Whether they're actually two good, delaying gratification. There's also been questions about whether these people really aren't truly retied a lot of the fire devotees actually make money from blogging and writing books or they might have a spouse who's still working plane in income. Okay. So maybe they aren't really living off the savings of they accumulated during their very brief walking careers you point out soon. And I thought this was a good point because I'm guilty or perhaps a devotee of it. And that is like you gotta live a little bit. So you point out like sometimes the frugality is excessive right? I mean, most Americans problem runs in the opposite direction. Most of us spend way too much and save way too little in that. And that's a big problem. But arguably some of the fire devotees are going in the opposite direction and making equally bad mistake. They're saving way too much. And in a sense, postponing old joy now, I'm actually add Gordon. I mean, these are the complaints that I hear I don't buy into them. One hundred percent, frankly, I have a lot to admire in the fire movement. And I think that degree they really are a model for the rest of us. The idea that you save a lot of money in your twenties and thirties and get yourself in great financial shape early on. That's something that all of us should strive to do and many people make mistake by spending way too much early in their career. We're speaking with Jonathan Clements, personal finance experts, also founder and editor of humble dollar dot com. We're talking about the fire movement. That's the acronym for financial independence retire early. Lot of this too. I guess comes down to your personal wishes. I mean, your financial desires maybe much different from somebody else's. It's not fair to throw everybody in the same bucket. That's absolutely true. I would say one of the key things that you need to figure out is when during your walking create you cut yourself some slack. And let me explain what I mean by that. You know? This society, we tend to say to young adults in their twenties. This is the time of year like when you should pursue your passion. So it's okay. If you go off, and you know, try to start a rock and roll band or be an actor on Broadway or become an artist or travel the world, whatever it is. That is what we as a society often say, and yet the fact is, you know, people in their twenties are often very happy in the work world. It's new and exciting. They find their jobs. You know, interesting. They're really the end of the whoops full is pretty enthralling. I contrast when you get to my age when you're in your fifties is not enthralling. If you have to go to another meeting and listen to another tedious PowerPoint presentation, you're going to go back and blow your brains. I use that for a lot of people. It'd be much better off making dollas in their twenties and pursuing passions in their fifties. Jonathan Johnson Clements personal finance expert again, founder and editor of humble dollar dot com. It's thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend. Number two does not look like a number two. I don't know what to call it. Is there? A number three..

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on WLAC

"What could possibly be wrong with saving like crazy? So you can retire early. That's the notion behind the financial independence slash retire early or fire movement as it's known lately personal finance expert Jonathan Clements says he's read a lot of carping about fire both in articles and in the emails. He gets he's the founder and editor at humble dollar dot com. Jonathan explained this movement the fire movement, it's really taken hold in the last couple of years. We've seen more more people posting about how they've managed to retire in their forties who even in this. Studies often these are people who've had fairly high paying careers either in the tech industry, or perhaps is a physician they saved massive amounts of money a relatively brief period. And then they quit. And this is created a lot of controversy out there. People have questioned whether the fire devotees. Really have a really a role model for the rest of us. Whether they're actually two good, delaying gratification. There's also been questions about whether these people really are truly retied a lot of the fire devotees actually make money from blogging and writing books or they might have a spouse who's still working in income. Okay. Maybe they aren't really living off the savings. They accumulated during their very brief walking careers, you point out sue, and I and I thought this was a good point because I'm guilty or perhaps a devotee of it. And that is like you gotta live a little bit. So you point out like sometimes the frugality is just excessive. Most Americans the problem runs in the opposite direction. Most of us spend way too much and save way too little and that's a big problem. But arguably some of the fire devotees are going in the opposite direction and making an equally bad mistake. They're saving way too much and in a sense, postponing old joy now, I'm I should I should add Gordon. I mean, these are the complaints that I hear I don't them. One hundred percent, frankly, I have a lot to admire in the fire movement. And I think that they really are a model for the rest of us. The idea that you save a lot of money in your twenties and thirties and get yourself in great financial shape. Only on that's something that all of us should strive to do and many people make mistake by spending way too much early in their career. We're speaking with Jonathan Clements, personal finance experts, also founder and editor of humble dollar dot com. And we're talking about the fire movement. That's the acronym for financial independence retire early. Lot of this too. I guess comes down to your personal wishes. I mean, your financial desires maybe much different from somebody else's. It's not fair to throw everybody in the same bucket. No, that's absolutely true. I would say one of the key things that you need to figure out is when juryman you're walking create you cut yourself some slack. And let me explain what I mean by that. You know, as this society, we tend to say to young adults in their twenties. This is the time in your life when you should pursue your passions. So it's okay. If you go often. You know, try to start a rock and roll band or be an actor on Broadway or become an artist or travel the world, whatever it is. That is what we as a society often say, and yet the fact is, you know, people in their twenty s are often very happy in the work world is new and exciting. They find their jobs. You know, interesting. They're really the end of the world is pretty enthralling by contrast. When you get to my age when you're in your fifties. The woodfold is not enthralling. If you have to go to another meeting and listen, another tedious PowerPoint presentation, you're going to go back and blow your brains. I would argue that for a lotta people. It'd be much better off making dollas in their twenties and pursuing passions in their fifties. Jonathan Johnson Clements personal finance expert again, founder and editor of humble dollar dot com. It's thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend. Mine number two does not look like.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"For spending time with this could possibly be wrong with saving like crazy. So you can retire early. That's the notion behind the financial independence slash retire early or fire movement as it's known lately personal finance expert Jonathan Clements says he's read a lot of carping about fire both in articles and in the emails. He gets he's the founder and editor at humbled dollar dot com. Jonathan explained this movement. The fire movement is really taken hold in the laws. Couple of years. We've seen more and more people boasting about how they've managed to retire in their forties. You've been in this studies often these are people who've had tally high paying careers either in the tech industry, or perhaps is physician they saved massive amounts of money in Wrottesley brief period, and then they quit. And this is created a lot of controversy out there people who've questioned whether the fire devotees. Really have a a role model for the rest of us. Whether they are actually two good, delaying gratification. There's also been questions about whether these people really are truly retied a lot of the fire devotees actually make money from blogging and writing books or they might have a spouse who's still working in income. Oh, okay. So maybe they aren't really living off the savings. They accumulated during their very brief woken careers you point out too. And I thought this was a good point because I'm guilty or perhaps a devotee of it. And that is like you got to live a little bit. So you point out lake sometimes the frugality is excessive. Right. I mean, I've seen some most Americans problem runs in the opposite direction. Most of us spend way too much and save way too little in that. And that's a big problem. But arguably some of the fire devotees are going in the opposite direction and making equally bad mistake. They're saving way too much and in a sense, postponing old joy now, I should I should add Gordon. I mean, these are the complaints that I hear I don't buy into them. One hundred percent, frankly, I have a lot to admire in the fire movement. And I think that degree they really are a model for the rest of us. The idea that you save a lot of money in your twenties and thirties and get yourself in great financial shape early on that something that all of us should strive to do and many people make mistake by spending way too much early in their career. We're speaking with Jonathan Clements, personal finance experts, also founder and editor of humble dollar dot com. And we're talking about the fire. Movement. That's the acronym for financial independence retire early. Lot of this too. I guess comes down to your personal wishes. I mean, your financial desires maybe much different from somebody else's. It's not fair to throw everybody in the same bucket. That's absolutely true. I would say one of the key things that you need to figure out is when curing you're walking create you cut yourself some slack. And let me explain what I mean by that. You know, a lot of this society, we tend to say to young adults in their twenties. This is the time of year like when you should pursue your passion. So it's okay. If you go off and try to start a rock and roll band or be an actor on Broadway or becoming artist or travel the world, whatever it is. That is what we as a society often say, and yet the fact is know. People in their twenties are often very happy in the work world. It's new and exciting. They find their jobs. You know, interesting. They're really will just pretty enthralling. I contrast when he gets my age when you're in your fifties is not enthralling. If you have another meeting and listen, another tedious PowerPoint presentation, you're going to go back and blow your brains. I would argue that for a lotta people it'd be much better off making dollas in their twenties and preceding passions in their fifties. Jonathan Johnson Clements personal finance expert again, founder and editor of humble dollar dot com. It's thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Like crazy? So you can retire early. That's the notion behind the financial independence slash retire early or fire movement as it's known lately personal finance expert Jonathan Clements says he's read a lot of carping about fire both in articles and in the emails. He gets he's the founder and editor at humble dollar dot com. Jonathan explained this movement the fire movement, it's really taken hold in the last couple of years, we've seen more and more people boasting about how they've managed to retire in their forties who even in. This study's often these are people who've had fairly high paying careers either in the tech industry, or perhaps is a physician they saved massive amounts of money in a row sleep brief period. And then they quit. And this is created a lot of controversy out there people who've questioned whether the fire devotees really have a really a role model for the rest. Most of us whether they're actually two good delaying gratification. There's also been questions about whether these people really are truly retied of the fire. Give a tease actually make money from blogging and writing books or they might have a spouse who's still working plane in income. Oh, okay. So maybe they aren't really living off the savings of the accumulated during their very brief working, Chris you point out sue, and I thought this was a good point because I'm guilty or perhaps a devotee of it. And that is like you gotta live a little bit. So you point out like sometimes the frugality is excessive right? I mean, I'll sleep most Americans problem runs in the opposite direction. Most of us spend way too much and save way too little and that's a big problem. But on Q believe some of the fire devotees are going in the opposite direction and and making an equally bad mistake. They're saving way too much and in a sense, postponing old joy now, I'm I should I should add Gordon. I mean, these are the complaints that I hear. I don't buy into them. One hundred percent, frankly, I have a lot to admire in the fire movement. And I think that to degree they really are a model for the rest of us. The idea that you save a lot of money in your twenties and thirties and get yourself in great financial shape early on. That's something that all of us should strive to do and many people make mistake by spending way too much early in their career. We're speaking with Jonathan Clements, personal finance experts, also founder and editor of humble dollar dot com. We're talking about the fire movement. That's the acronym for financial independence retire early of this too. I guess comes down to your personal wishes. I mean, your financial desires maybe much different from somebody else's. It's not fair to throw everybody in the same bucket. That's absolutely true. I would say one of the key things that you need to figure out is when during your working create you cut yourself some slack. And let me explain what I mean by that. You know, a lot of this society, we tend to say to, you know, young adults in their twenties. This is the time of year life when you should pursue your passions. So it's okay. If you go often, you know. You know, trying to start a rock and roll band or be an actor on Broadway or becoming artist or travel the world, whatever it is. That is what we as a society often say, and yet the fact is, you know. People in their twenties are often very happy in the work world. It's new and exciting. They find their jobs. You interesting. They're really will pretty enthralling contracts when you get to my age when you're in your fifties. We'll is not enthralling if you have to go to another meeting and listen to another tedious PowerPoint presentation, you're going to go back and blind your brains. I would argue that for a lotta people it'd be much better off making dollars in there. Twenties and pursuing passions in their fifties. Jonathan Johnson Clements personal finance expert again, founder and editor of humble dollar dot com. It's thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend. My number two does not look like a number two. I don't know what to call it. Is there? A number.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on WLAC

"Jonathan set this up. Questions about the direction of the financial markets in recent weeks, which still down the term out from the late September. Hi. Questions and probably the biggest question out. There is which way is the stock market headed and. Stupid question, you'll get a stupid onset. None of us has a crystal ball had no idea which way the markets are headed instead of focusing on a question that you Concer it's better to put some questions you cannot answer when it comes to the direction of the stock market instead of trying to guess where the ship break up or down. We should really do is about risk in two different. Senses. Are you taking more or less risks, and you should give your financial situation? Meaning, you know. Are you still in the workforce? What sort of time horizon? Do you think about that? And that'll tell you what do you should be more or less so and similarly the other risk question. You should ask about is how much risk can you stomach? You don't want to be that person who's heavily investment stock market stock market dropped twenty percent. And suddenly you discover that you're not quite as big and brave as you imagine. What was the the point you made about the great rotation and has it begun. This is really interesting question. I believe what we've seen in recent years is huge games by gross stocks. We all know, the names, Amazon Netflix. Apple Google alphabet. Stay and a lot of people have ended up heavily invested in these stalks. Meanwhile, colon value stalks those companies that it'd be beaten down trade low price earnings ratios trade low prices relative to value of their assets. New stocks have not done well in recent years funny things happened in the last six weeks. What we've seen is that the big. Stocks of fallen valley. Stocks have actually held up pretty well. And it could be this great rotation out of the gross stocks and into the valley. Stalk it happens. It's long overdue. We just had the longest dry spell value stalks ever. So maybe time for a little bit of catch-up. Heavily tilted towards gross stocks. You don't have too many managers in your portfolio. Maybe it's time to go out and buy some stop funds and back up a second. What would those look like what value stocks versus growth stocks? Well, the easiest way to to buy some of these talks is to go out and buy some of those index mutual funds. I shed thank God spiders. They all had some of these value stopped index fund. These funds and you can get a couple hundred stalks in in a single fluid roaches low expense ratio Jonathan Johnson Clements. Founder and editor at humbled dollar dot com. It is thirteen minutes now in front of the hour.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Stays book a lot of people who ended up heavily invested in these stalks. Meanwhile, Dow you stalks those companies that it'd be beaten down trade low price earnings ratios trade low prices relative to the value of their assets, NewsTalk not done well in recent years. But if anything's happened in the last six weeks what we've seen is that the big. Rootstock of fallen along. Stokes of actually held up. Pretty well. And it could be this great rotation out of the gross stocks and into the value stoke. And if it happens, it's long overdue. We've just had the longest dry spell, the value Stokes ever. So maybe time for a little bit of catch-up heavily tilted towards gross stocks. You don't have too many value managers in your portfolio. Maybe it's time to go out and buy some of those w stop funds, then back up a second mobile. Does look like what value stocks versus growth stocks? Well, the easiest way to to buy some of these talks is to go out and buy some of those index mutual funds. I shed thank God spiders. They all have some of these value stock index funds. I wanted these funds, and you can get it. Stalks in in a single portfolio. It routes is low expense ratio Jonathan Johnson Clements, founder and editor at humble dollar dot com. It is thirteen minutes now in front.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

Daily Racing Form

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on Daily Racing Form

"The best maybe you can get a great month placing in here but this really feels like a two race but there are these are not it's no stone cold locks on paper they might be but they've got their own quirks so if all of a sudden they all throw it down in this thing turns into a stagger fest late who knows maybe the foreskin come with the big run to me again it's just going to be more matter sit back watch and see how things work out with paradise woods and unique bella how're they ridden to they do everything they're supposed to do with professional does unique bell relax paradise woods go on with it if there's a fight to she spit it we'll find out i'm going to go with paradise woods in the beholder miles if she can get back on the beam get back to her best form again a little bit of an abbreviated show here this week we're going to button things up it's been listening live thank you for doing so livestream dot com live dot the dot com the social media pages for the racing form twitter as well as facebook twitter handle would be at the orphans i post if you listen in podcast youtube soundcloud i tunes video dot the dot com if you listen on youtube clip the subscribe button give us the thumbs up if you listen on itunes review give us a nice little rating there as well if you want to follow me on twitter at bernier underscore matt questions comments concerns whatever else it may be also you can feel free to leave the comments down in the comment section below the video on youtube i will go through some of them and anything like i said questions comments concerns critiques what else whatever else it may be if you're listening to this live on friday you've already listened to the dr plays podcasts peter thomas fornah town jonathan johnson and if you haven't i would suggest to do that each and every week they play twice a week and then this is we always do lead you into the latest edition out of the gate with all of the usual suspects from the daily racing form all the contributors so best of luck this weekend however you.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The same thing garth snow sweeping after wheel and highs the i it's funny but my friend came over to me uh three gave me the best analogy that in on this ban on trade deadline is like being a jewish kid on christmas morning dan what he's doing well i'll tell you right now you are in noman'sland which onto barras you are now easily committed and trying to get him to stay here or he's going to leave and you're not going to get anything form and they are you guys i think are what four points out of a playoff game are playoff spot right now problem is we will rattle pregame show in a hero will greer over four in a row and it's a mess and we love j t we want him here for the rest of his career but on the flip side you see the whole that the rangers guy oh my goodness if they got that or rick nash what could the on this possibly get for john to various so i oddly enough garth snow came out and said i'm not trading jonathan johnson bears the opposite was jeff gordon saying we're of a trade and everybody aero for business everybody's available and you know i think the one of the reasons i i'll ask jeff this about forty five minutes i would imagine one of the reasons why you announce what you announce would they announced a couple of weeks ago about you know when they sent out the ticket to the letter to seasonticket holders over the i got the letter i saw and you know who i got that on my okay so you want me to reapply tickets but you're also tell me that we're not going to win this year well and i get it i i kind understood it you know and it it it pundit being better isn't that better than just getting the ticket renewal lettered saying the time it's always a really unprecedented that a better that a general manager in a team would do what the rangers decided to do but it also basically says to the rest of the nhl we are open for business.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on WDRC

"Brick of the communities and they need to be protected but you but you put your finger on we're talking about laws and that is what our nation is a nation of laws that we were lying on the rule of law we have we have to draw the line every single day and because sheriff's are sworn to that constitution when there are differences as there have been uh we have to adhere to the constitution and i believe the new solution we put forward is going to make make it abundantly clear and simple for those communities and those cities to work with law enforcement header a law enforcement to hold or detained people f if requested by ice now let's let's remember who these people are these are these are criminal illegal aliens we're talking about people who aren't pulled over for uh a broken tale why they are brought into jail because they were their people in our communities who are here illegally number one but are wanted for first serious criminal behaviour so there's this myth that the aclu and others are trying to we that we're just locking up people willy nilly nothing could be further from the truth what we're trying to do is make sure that shares across this country who who overwhelmingly control of jails overwhelming nicola jails we want to make sure that constitutional and legal way to hold people if asked by the department of homeland security well guy jonathan johnson whose that with the national sheriff's association seat even the the the phrase you you mentioned earlier that these are people have woven themselves into the community um i've careful with phrases like that because i figure out capone at probably woken himself pretty effectively into the community of chicago way back when and methamphetamine dealers are often woven into a community that got a whole host of uh customers and suppliers distributors i mean they they are woven into the community doesn't mean in a good way means in a bad way and so when i hear sheriff say will these people are part of the community i said well you mean they've managed to camouflage their illegal behaviour which is in serious to other members of the community and i've i've talked.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on KKAT

"Kkat if you're listening anything else my friends it's probably just dead air i'm your host tyson holbrooke i have my co host in studio with me rob mcneeley hey tyson hello rob and i tell you what you guys we have got an exciting chauffeur you today a lot of times we talk about controversial issues which is fun but the other thing too is as you know robin and i both have an entrepreneurial background i have a background heavily in finance mortgage banking financial planning things like that and rob what the heck should we talk about today i want to talk about what is money what is money have you ever thought about that i mean really what the value of that piece of paper you hold in your hand you know growing up you know i was always todd that you know the government's got all these golden and money is backed by golden fort knox in and then as i got older maybe you're that old are you that old that it was still nagged yell we're not going there are old enough but what is money and i think it's not always so clearcut were money actually is in then is there a dump between money and currency and today i think we're going to have an interesting guests on the show who might be able to help answer those questions one who it is i'm dying to know it is okay his name as jonathan johnson does that sound familiar to you uh overstocked dot com overstocked dot com may dg veterans former gubernatorial candidate oh yeah this guy sent me is bio and it took like an hour to read it and i'm like duly impressed but jonathan's served in many different executive roles at overstocked dot com he helped get overstocked to accept bitcoin and they're the first major online retailers to do so years ago and that's why i wanted to bring him on because he's also the president amid dietschy ventures which is a venture capital group investing in companies that are in that cryptocurrency space while so i'd like to welcome jonathan his show how are.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!

"Not to sell uber who records for their baby were some of the more interesting things that were asked i guess stuff it's like having skill ability we all know about that issue in as though what from from the the some of the feedback from the audience was the more uh effervescent the more entertaining the more engaging people were or were paul snow and not jumped johnson um what was he from our overstock but he was rally this year um he's um he he's actually ran for uh for governor in uh in utah since rac the founder do um he'd forget the ghazni armed jonathan johnson is a am a few i think he's a ill least at one point he was the chairman of the eye is the chairman of messaging though lewis right yeah and uh and he's is very close to to patrick in the um in that organization so what one wrote you you caught him made it sound like there was some bad news from the conference although it sounds like you corrected yourself flow bit like you may have overstated that nonetheless what words some of the negative things that came out of it in what what are some of the risks that they talked about in criminality side and skill ability aside what were some of the i'm especially like from the federal reserve this is about the limit of of my knowledge show concern us we're gonna have to get pole to two right up as a report on that other yeah we should have him on to talk about that but anything more specific from the federal reserve guy at least as far as mali that he was truly positive about the whole thing really yeah so.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on KKAT

"Don't know what to do and they don't really have a strong strategy so one way or another wall through these realize it's a perfect opportunity for us to do something strategic which may mean taking a very large investment or maiming entering some kind of partnership for the large for some sort of hybrid model with a large brick and mortar chain because i think those they add what i like to call the god of economic have spoken and the right model is upper can click model that's the most efficient model so ultimately overstocked long as in some sort of a hybrid form with the large chain whether when are the other i don't know or taking a very large investment that we've shown the wall but we can doing two hundred sixty million dollars little to show you what we can do on billion or two weapons guys who spilled out much before the morning caught now i know you've been a vocal advocate of cryptocurrency overstock was the retailer to accept bitcoin back in 2014 how does overstock hope to drive cryptocurrency and blockchain's technology well first within overstocked by taking bitcoin i'm in the new year i think we'll be giving some discount for people who spend the bitcoin we uh that just as encourage people use it but we started a venture capital group within overstock medici run by jonathan johnson the man of just iran for governor and he lost in a squeaker but now he's back any runs medici which is this venture capitalist seller raider within overstock it's made nine or uh two and i think fourteen block chain investments and different companies that are involved in block chain and bitcoin and then we we they stay harness the best talent we have overstock he's blocked chain projects john uh two we're really very immersed in this world a block hand we think that block change in remake the world even more than the internet did so we're very deeply immersed in it you said something along the lines of the internet was disruptive basically one industry publishing blocked chain his disruptive to hundred in it industries at exactly right that's exactly right so this this will be fascinating to watch so men do you see what it it's it's kind of this vc incubator accelerator kind of reactivity yeah exactly we have the funds we make investments in other people's companies sometimes when we see the right idea or get the right entrepeneurship we bring a.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Tech technologies gray two balls everything else but you know come on what about drug testing hindu use suspects that guys are doing something that's a baseball players were doing and football players were doing for a lot of years well you know they do drug on the pga tour um they they rarely drug test away from tournaments site and that has been an issue raised by a number of players that it it because the players as you know the top guys might play twenty to twenty five times a year while the that means there's half a year where they're never on site the drug testing is random i've seen guy at the two days in a row because their name happens to come up with seemed kind of philly i mean if if you're clean on thursday you're probably clean on friday if you're dirty on thursday probably dirty on friday uh but i you know i think that i w i never say 'never when it comes to drugs because the old saying is that the chemists are always ahead of the testers and there are people who raised the issue this year in baseball most people think the ball was juice but you have to wonder if something new which come up that some of the players are using and i think the same thing is true in golf you're right the guys are hitting the ball nine miles but you know this is somebody who plays often at the nam it or you're hitting and a lot farther to because of the equipment because there's a golf ball because of the club and uh so i i tend to lean towards the fact that it that guy's there are bigger and stronger i mean you look at a guy like in jonathan johnson 6foot4 you weighs about two hundred and fifteen pounds he hasn't got announced the body fat on so and and rory mcelroy baf i mean he is he's only about five nine five ten but he is really strong so i'm not as gap the co maybe i should be but the other interesting thing is the guys who are on steroids richard are the guys who who are.

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"jonathan johnson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:07 min | 4 years ago

"jonathan johnson" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"When what does this raipur what what are they vote in huge numbers for democrat no but listen it is what does this say the democrat party needs the white man is so praying the democrat party okay and we intend at any and all have to retain it he says how did we recover our liberty by fraud and by violence where men riot dealing with young oak okay okay now we embiid when they win the date change that policy when did they king's power when they they changed their early i guess they must have changed because democrats generally grab about ninety two percent of the african american all they were getting now they were dining now shortly after that unless you aidid african americans are ignorant i would guess they i say i say i say that they would believe anything white democrats tail uh all of this crumbs all of this come from all of this comes from the colleges and the in in the education in system that was dominated by democrat led union members was once we allowed i unio art high schools and colleges to be taken over by the by the unions best work the reason why we have people believe that the the democrats and republicans chains position in after nineteen 64 do you know how long it took the feet for our republican with the with put in as governor of one of the deep foul states uh nogo he was another 25 years okay okay and so what i'm telling you if that republicans white republicans and black republicans you understand they were they were uh a coalition from the time that blacks were freed until nineteen 64 okay best win black people decided that the government led by the democrats mm hmm were were more in their interests and therefore when they started voting democrat not just because of the civil rights move but because of the great society that lyndon johnson booting till start given government money to people for no for new the reason been the by votes task with the change was so so what you're saying is that african american of voter only vote democrat one their ignorant or if a bolt their vote fraud that's what you said and that's what the democrats say okay there because jonathan johnson who know it do you know what johnson said when.

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