18 Burst results for "June Last Year"
"june last year" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"Then will it lead to a $1 million Bitcoin, probably not, but it probably is going to lead to inflated asset prices. Mandalorian doesn't make me fall asleep when I'm watching it. Okay, yeah, me neither. Me neither. I love it. I love baby Yoda. We love grogu. We love grogu on this channel. We're huge grogu fans. It's in every episode of blockchain basement. That's all we got to say. Reminds me of the Marshall. I will take a Timothy Olyphant any day of the week. Even the new bald version. All right, Bitcoin is soars 30% over the week as global banks royal. Oh man, the leading cryptocurrency is trading at its highest level this year with some experts predicting further bullish price action. It smashed through the 28,000 mark on Sunday and hit the year's high of 28 5 on Monday morning before a slight correction to 28 three 7 5. I predicted 28 5 rejection for a year at this point at long time a long time and not to sound like one of those influencers that's like, guys, I called it, I called it, but guys, if we reverse from there, I'm gonna feel pretty good. I'm gonna feel pretty good. I'm about to start popping up on Frankie candles episodes or something. All right, Bitcoin, last changed hands at these levels in June last year amid the collapse of the Terra ecosystem and the contagion starting to spread across the industry to claim the scalps of several key players, such as Celsius network and three AC among others. Can we still say that? Claim the scalps, I don't know. If we can't say gypped, I don't think we could say that. All right, so yeah, it's not looking great. All these banks, the heads are starting to roll, the assets are consolidating. And this is going to be good here as these banks fail, Bitcoin looks better and better. The best commercial for Bitcoin is a failed bank. The best commercial for a Bitcoin is a bank run.
"june last year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Well, for more, I'm joined from Paris by Bloomberg's Angelina and here in London, Bloomberg intelligence is senior industry analyst Deborah Aiken, Deborah great to have you with us. Luxury shares got a boost as soon as COVID zero in China was sort of suddenly lifted in December. What do you expect them that will learn from LVMH's earnings? So I think it's going to be the same across the board for all of the luxury peers through this quarter to December. One thing that we're going to focus on will be that the results complicated by China, but that it should be transitory and we're looking for that reopening in January to boost the next quarter numbers. We're expecting a drag on sales for all luxury goods for that reason and also on an institute, but that's mostly within numbers. So what do we expect? We're looking for LVMH in particular, a 6% organic sales growth after a 19% in Q three. So that shows how heavy the fallout is from China. And then against a very high base as well. We're expecting Europe in the Middle East to be robust Japan to bounce, and the U.S. distilled deliver mid single digit sales growth, so not to really see the income squeeze there. You know, it's a high base there as well and not to see the income squeeze in the luxury peer group. If I go down beyond that, for the full year because this will be fully our numbers for LVMH. We're looking at revenue growth of about 16% organic 22% reported. So double the industry average. And we could see all categories growth range 17 to 25% so a really robust performance, a little bit of a pickup on gross margin and needs to be intact and kind of similar growth rate to the top line. So definitely some kind of good news lines potentially for LVMH to highlight. Look back in June last year though. I like to put it into context a bit. LVMH is about our no, of course we're speaking to Bloomberg. He largely was shrugging off kind of soaring inflation, the concerns about the economic slumps. Let's have a little listen to Bernard Arnold
"june last year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Well, for more, I'm joined from Paris by Bloomberg's Angelina and here in London, Bloomberg intelligence is senior industry analyst Deborah akin Debra great to have you with us. Luxury shares got a boost as soon as COVID zero in China was sort of suddenly lifted in December. What do you expect them that will learn from LVMH's earnings? So I think it's going to be the same across the board for all of the luxury peers through this quarter to December. One thing that we're going to focus on will be that the results complicated by China, but that it should be transitory and we're looking for that reopening in January to boost the next quarter numbers. We're expecting a drag on sales for all luxury goods for that reason and also on an institute, but that's mostly within numbers. So what do we expect? We're looking for LVMH in particular a 6% organic sales growth after a 19% in Q three. So that shows how heavy the fallout is from China. And then against a very high base as well, or expecting Europe in the Middle East to be robust, Japan to bounce, and the U.S. still deliver mid single digit sales growth. So not to really see the income squeeze there. You know, it's a high base there as well and not to see the income squeeze in the luxury peer group. If I go down beyond that, for the full year because this will be full year numbers for LVMH. We're looking at revenue growth of about 16% organic 22% reported. So double the industry average. And we could see all categories growth range 17 to 25% so a really robust performance, a little bit of a pickup on gross margin and to be intact and kind of similar growth rate to the top line. So definitely some kind of good news lines potentially for LVMH to highlight. Look back in June last year though. I like to put it into context a bit. LVMH's CEO Bernardo, of course we're speaking to Bloomberg. He largely was shrugging off kind of soaring inflation, the concerns about the economic slumps. Let's have a little listen to Bernard Arnold
"june last year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Weekend our global look at the top stories for investors in the coming week. I'm Tom busby in New York. Up later in our program, the Biden administration on the back foot, but first the world's largest luxury goods company, LVMH reports in the coming days at the Richmond and burberry. For more, let's head to London and bring in Bloomberg daybreak Europe anchor, Caroline Hepburn. Tom, China seems to be the only thing that matters to luxury brands after three years of pandemic lockdowns, and now a surge in COVID cases. Well, for more, I'm joined from Paris by Bloomberg's way and here in London, Bloomberg intelligence is senior industry analyst Deborah Aiken, Debra great to have you with us. Luxury shares got a boost as soon as COVID zero in China was sort of suddenly lifted in December. What do you expect then that will learn from LVMH's earnings? So I think it's going to be the same across the board for all of the luxury peers through this quarter to December. One thing that we're going to focus on will be that the results complicated by China, but that it should be transitory and we're looking for that reopening in January to boost the next quarter numbers. We're expecting a drag on sales for all luxury goods for that reason and also on earnings too, but that's mostly within numbers. So what do we expect? We're looking for LVMH in particular is 6% organic sales growth after a 19% in Q three. So that shows how heavy the fallout is from China. And then against a very high base as well. We're expecting Europe in the Middle East to be robust Japan to bounce and the U.S. distilled deliver mid single digit sales growth, so not to really see the income squeeze there. It's a high base there as well and not to see the income squeeze in the luxury peer group. If I go down beyond that, for the full year because this will be full year numbers for all of you. We're looking at revenue growth of about 16% organic 22% reported, so double the industry average. And we could see all categories growth range 17 to 25% so a really robust performance, a little bit of a pickup on gross margin and needs to be intact and kind of similar growth rate to the top line. So definitely some kind of good news lines potentially for LVMH to highlight. Look back in June last year though, I like to put it into context a bit. LVMH is CEO Bernardo, of course we're speaking to Bloomberg. He largely was shrugging off connoisseur inflation, the concerns about the economic slumps. Let's have a little listen to Bernard Arnold
"june last year" Discussed on Celtics Beat
"Off seasons. So that you don't, this could be a fatigue issue too at the start of next year when the Celtics start 12 and 7 next year and people lose their minds. Oh my God, this is terrible. I'm not going to go to the talk. You had another thing by the way that makes the warriors run so incredible being in the final 6 times in 8 years. But the so I think we've already been talking over an hour. So Adam, hang on, because the last two years, the Celtics, went to the Conference Finals. Yep. Made the playoffs last year. Golden State missed the playoffs two years in a row. So you talk about 20 miles on or whatever. Ask Steve Kerr about when they got to the finals of 2019 how exhausted everybody was after 5 straight runs. This was a boon to them. Everyone was like, oh, it's amazing. They went from worst to first. That helped them. Right. Now in this sort of recharge of this extra title, I don't know, is this happen if they if Steph stays healthy or clay is a little healthy and they make kind of medium to long playoff runs, particularly last year when the season went so late and the self explained in June last year, even though they only went to the first round. What if Golden State, instead of getting eliminated in the play in, what if they put together a little run? And they ended up playing into deep in the last year. So these things could be a benefit to it. Well, Sean, I mean, that's why I wasn't going to bring this up because, you know, we've been running so long and save this for future shows, but just to hit it quickly, I guess. That's sort of my number one concern right now about Al Horford next year. It's a foregone conclusion that he is coming back in the eyes of most because he's on the hook for almost $20 million whether you bring him back or not. So, you know, 26 million, it seems like a no brainer. Guy was awesome this year. One of the anchors of your density played like he was 30 to the year, but here's the big difference that not a lot of people.
"june last year" Discussed on KCRW
"Morning gray out there, but plenty of sunshine by this afternoon across SoCal, currently 73 degrees in downtown Los Angeles and 74 in Rancho Cucamonga. Time is 8 22. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Sasha Pfeiffer and I'm Steve Inskeep when the pandemic hit states least hotel rooms for people with no place to stay if you're supposed to stay home. You need a home hotel Residents in many states will have to clear out by September as FEMA reimbursements end, But California will keep some people in place. Aaron Baldessari of KQED reports the plan evolved from a pandemic measure to an attack on homelessness itself. Michelle Griffin Young is 73. She's been homeless on and off for the better part of the last decade before the pandemic. She was living in her car in Marin County, north of San Francisco, with her diabetic son, John Young. He was diagnosed with only three years old. Yeah, we've been pretty much glue that they have ever since living in the car made it especially hard to keep his insulin cold. We just have to go to the store and get ice. You know packs of ice and put it in the cooler. As the coronavirus started to spread, California scrambled to get thousands of homeless seniors and people with medical conditions in the hotels and motels. Michelle and John moved to a Travelodge. Michelle says Getting the room was a lifeline. We had a fridge aerator to keep the insulin in. Yeah, we had a microwave. We could eat up whatever we needed to eat. We had commercial hotels that we're not being utilized because of the pandemic, and we had a public health crisis where are unhappy used neighbors were most vulnerable to Michaelmas is the founder and CEO of the policy group all home. And she says state officials were worried the virus would tear through shelters and tent encampments. So there was a different sense of urgency because of the confluence of those two things. At the program's height, it was renting more than 16,000 hotel rooms throughout the state. But those were always meant to be temporary, and the question was what would happen to all the people when the program ended So in June last year, the state launched home key to buy some of those sites and turn them into permanent housing. Marine County about an 18 room hotel called Casa Buena. I see you got some books. A few, uh, detective novels. Mostly. That's where Michelle Griffin Young and John Young moved earlier this year. It's a two story building on a small side street next to the freeway. I mean, there was food every morning and food every night and our own showers in bathrooms and And everything. It was just fantastic. She's lived at the Casa Buena for about four months. Now. The idea of turning hotels into housing have been talked about for years, says Jason Elliot, who works for California Governor Gavin Newsom on housing policy. Everyone always says I wish we could, and the pandemic provided us with an opportunity to go from. I wish we could until we will, Elliott says. Home key created enough housing for more than 8000 people spread across 94 sites throughout the state. Most of it permanent, all in less than a year. So we're talking about a fraction of the time and we're talking about a fraction of the cost. They didn't by cutting through a lot of red tape and using existing buildings. Mostly hotels and motels, but also vacation rentals in a college dormitory, single family houses and office buildings. They took a bit of a leap of faith. Their meeting the urgency of the moment. Diana gentle, is the president of the National Low Income Housing Coalition. And she says it's already become a national model with Washington, Oregon in the city of Baltimore, following in California's footsteps, and in doing so, they set a standard that other states and cities some have tried to meet. Congress recently approved $5 billion to turn hotels across the country into housing. Here in California. The state committed to a nearly $3 billion expansion of honky over the next two years, and advocates say it can't come soon enough. At last count, more than 161,000 people were homeless in California. People like Michele Griffin Young and her son, John Young. They were thankful for Casa Buena and the chance to live in a safe, stable place. But for John, it came too late. This is where he passed away right here. Ellen Rub Were you there with him? Yes, I was here. He died in the middle of the night. When I get up in the morning. GPAs. Go on me was cold. John Young was 32. His mom says his kidneys started to fail when they were living in the car. His eyesight started to deteriorate. Not long after that. Those few extra months indoors, bought them a little more time together. And I just can't tell you how much it helped to keep us going as long as we did. It was really incredible. Hunky doesn't come close to getting all of California's homeless residents off the streets. Advocates are hopeful it's evidence the state is finally treating homelessness as the public health emergency that it is. For NPR News. I'm Erin Baldessari this afternoon and all things considered a native nation used California's home key program to create housing. Tell your smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name. Comfort food is supposed to provide comfort nut. So for comedian Josh Pray we are living in the last days. I know the Bible said a lot of things were gonna happen. But the Bible forgot to mention they were going to turn macaroni and cheese into ice cream. Yes, Mac and cheese flavored ice cream. Pray took to YouTube to give the world his take on the controversial concoction. Is this a terrible idea? Absolutely. Should this have been made? Gosh, you know, this comes from the mind of a first grader. The limited edition flavor has sparked a war. Maybe that's a little extreme, but a conflict between those willing to give it a shot and those who think it's a terrible idea, but even facing opposition, the frozen dessert complete with that other worldly yellow hue. Was released this week by the Brooklyn ice cream maker Van Lewin and Kraft Foods in honor of National Mac and Cheese Day. Who knew it's already sold out everywhere. A writer at eater dot com Amy McCarthy jumped at the idea of tasting the ultimate comfort, food inspired flavor. I kind of offered to try it as elaborate, and I was excited to try it, and I don't really know why. I don't know if that's because it was so weird or if I just thought it was going to be really good. I don't know that I thought it was going to be as good as it was, she says. Honestly, it's not bad. It is definitely cheesy. It's a little funky, a little salty, A little sweet, but all together. I would say it just kind of comes together and is very creamy and buttery. And it's a lot better than you think it's going to be. Which is exactly what has Josh pray. Worried. I am bone thugs and harmony stuck at a crossroad. I don't know.
"june last year" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Your daughter to marry Atlanta, Georgia has Ah, high end peace in the middle of it. Also all cities to where all the rich folks live a lot of us to rich folks, but it's one of the bar. Uh, let's say well to do areas it's called Buckhead bucket and what they're thinking about doing. I just saw this. It's in The Washington Post. This is astounding. They're going to form their own city, breaking away from Atlanta. They're getting away from that psychotic broad. Who's Who's the mayor? That racist mayor? Whatever any of his bottoms, but anyway Uh, they're starting around city. And the reason is is because the crime is just off the hook. There. They want to be able to form a city with the mayor and their own police force and then run the police force the way they want to know they've raised over 600 grand to do this so far. Of residents gathered to form bucket exploratory committee to petition Georgia to allow residents to vote on whether district will stay part of Atlanta thinks you're going to see more of this happening, You see, it's the fragmentation of America, and it's all because of the Democrats psychotic. Socialist that that's exactly what it is that they Frank Bennett our society. Well, what else? What else would you call it? They destroy everything. They put their hands on everything. They put their Communist hands on, they destroy it. There. Just look at the education system. Did you really think the education system is an education system? If you do, you're stupider than they think you are. Is that harsh, tough deal with it because it's a fact straight up back. So anyway, bucket now. The mayor is actually said that and I can't believe that. What's her name? Keisha. I gotta kiss your bottom ski show Lance Bottoms. Okay, You got three names so she could be a soul circular burn middle names that Wayne so anyway. Uh, she acknowledged the city was experiencing ready for this unusual dearth of police in the streets in June last year, and she said police morale is down. 10 fold That's putting it lightly down temple Now this is serious business poison growth when you can't count on the police. Do with the police do and what the police do as much as it's getting further and further away from it. Here's what the police do If the police show up domestic abuse, armed robbery, whatever. Uh, somebody CRA feeding on wall and whatever it is, If it leads to that, they're gonna play somebody under arrest. Or they tell them to stand on the back of the car with your hands on the hood while they are on the back. Trunk deck. Watch while they search my frisk him, And if that person gives him any grief, it all They respond with overwhelming force. Absolutely. They don't think about it. They they don't think about it. They just do it overwhelming force. And if something happens to hurt that person tough because that person should have never done anything stupid. In the first place in terms of resisting arrest, you don't turn around with a smart ass. Comment. You don't give the cops the bad evil eye. No, you say Yes, sir. No, sir. Yes, ma'am. No, ma'am, You shut the F up and let the police do what they do and tell people start saying that we're going nowhere again. It's the overwhelming of the system. They crushed the system. Could be worse. It's bad now. It's real bad by American standards. I don't know how it gets much worse, but here's, uh, a group of people want to form their own city. They got what they call that secession. Yeah, I got some pals and I'm tenant agree with him more and more every day. That succession may be the only answer. There's there's no way Anytime in the foreseeable future, they're going to turn this country around, Bring it back to a constitutionally limited republic. So if we get pieces of swaths of real estate where, let's say, for example, just for the second example, let's say you took over Chelsea, Michigan by takeover. I mean, people voted to go 100%. The right conservative and they're not gonna have one shred of Democrats, Socialism, associating with a given area, and then everybody says Hey, I'm gonna move there. Well, the next thing you know, you've got basically seceded from the, uh, the it's pure Michigan crowd. Now, Here's what happens. If this keeps going the way it is now and this. I'm fascinated by this because I just watched Much, Uh, Where is it here? Oh, I just watched the syriza on. Uh, Amazon episode Prime and it was about the cartels and how the Zetas came to pretty much be in. Uh ah thing Now, it didn't name them as the state has been showed. How Special operators within the police department. Mexico broke off and started their own rogue gang because they said, Hey, you know, we could be the baddest cats on the street. The crime that we're fighting. What? Why don't we be the best crime? They did, and they used all the training and the money and the guns in the weaponry that were given to them by the United States government because we trained that we trained the Mexican military and the war on drugs, which is a joke. It's a pillow fight on drugs. And we trade these guys, so they one thing led to another. They became brutal. And here's what what's happened because of it. Local police officers and Mexican border state. Are actively working with ruthless cartel to fight off rival attempt to take control of a drug distribution of now this gets really good. So bear with us on and Just, uh, CliffsNotes version. The police are working with one of the factions in the drug cartel being on their side right now today to say we could beat these other guys, Then we'll get a bunch of money from you guys, and we'll be part of it. That's worth lot orders that in Mexico, Okay, I posted this on Facebook, but I think my comment was Hey, let's go on vacation in Mexico. Don't worry Water resort. It's supposed to be safe there that they toasted say. Cooperation between the municipal cops of Garcia, the Waverly home. The cartel don't know. Race to faction of low Zetas that there you go, has already led to more than 30 burgers this year. They don't just murder people. They're your things, like, Put your face on a stick in your front yard, Not your head. Your face on a stick for real. Take all the skin off your stop. We're going to stick in your front yard Sends a hell of a powerful message also hang you over the edge of a freeway overpass. Other people could see when they're driving by. Maybe you're beheaded. Hanging upside down naked. Yeah, that kind of thing They do They love doing that. So So anyway, Reppert, Texas obtained exclusive access to intelligence. And police documents revealing how active and former members of Garcia National Police Department are leaking information. Uh, protecting hit man s. Oh, they're they're covering for him, and I want to get into this because there's a couple of things here that just amazing on just a stall me that this is the case, and all of these people keep in mind are living on thin ice and borrowed time. Because at some point somebody's gonna take them out. Now the ruthless criminal organization is fighting against a gang of independent drug dispute distributors known as Are You sitting down and do where we go? Lohse, Billy's Billy's I like that. So the billies who get their product from the cartel and let's go to the waiver generates y'all that how'd I do album? All right. The information points to rogue operations and raids by Garcia cops to try to locate independent drug pushers and their stays, stash houses. We're gonna find a sadistic little.
"june last year" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Agrees with virtually every corporation in america calls himself during pride month the resistance. I love that okay but Where we really need the manpower of a alliance defending freedom is against co that stand. That's that's the enemy that is that. Is targeting us right now. A lot of you that are concerned about your parental rights were forced vaccinations with with experimental. Substances are concerned. What's what's a i mean. Michael farris pioneer parental rights as a legal thing in in modern america. What's more of a threat to your parental rights. Then can they forcibly inject my child with something that has not been fully vetted by the fda if that ain't a parental right. I don't know what is so go there and let them know about it. While you support the good efforts that they still do at eighty f- legal dot org slash staff. Let's get the pop culture. Tuesday this one will look at the intersection. Between pop culture and conservatism. Each tuesday on the program. And this past weekend i received a gift gift i have been waiting for for several years but especially for the last eleven months because it was mid late june last year that i got on a plane went out to l. a. and did the first initial story board meeting for the nefarious plot. Movie the movie based on my twenty sixteen book and the ferris plot. And i've been waiting. We've had a few other things going on over the course of the last year. Obviously and we've been doing plenty of other things where the film is concerned the funding all that other stuff but the script is the cornerstone and it has to land right. I remember a few years ago. The last transformers. Movie and scott anthony hopkins in it. It's got every bell and whistle. Every special effect is probably had like two hundred million dollar budget man. That movie is total trash. It is one of the worst movies i've ever seen in a theatre. It's so bad because just like you've heard me say in politics that no campaign can rise above. Its own candidate right okay. is jimmy's and joe's or xs and os when it comes to sports well if one team clearly has the superior jimmy's joe's it's then the nature xs and os like you. You weren't ex- on your way around aaron rodgers. Most sunday afternoons right. Even though most of the time. Aaron rogers face teams. I would argue head better. Supporting cast than he played with so in in this endeavor. The script is the thing it has to be great. Because that's gonna be the plumb line of this and it's not the only thing right then you still have to shoot the movie in can you. Can you pull that off. When she get on a set casting. The thing will be the next big thing but those things are all made easier by the power of a good script and so i got word that the script was coming over memorial day weekend i get. I think saturday morning. And i gotta tell you man. I was nervous. I've been. I've been waiting for this red ryder. Bb gun for quite a long time. Right if i if. I go downstairs and eight under the christmas tree. I'm gonna be kind of disappointed after all that hype. And i kind of felt this way about the script and in fact i. I looked at the title page for quite a while. Just so worried about what happens if i don't like this. What happens if i think it's a mess. And then i'm like dude i don't do. I don't make fear based decision. Stop being a and read the damn thing. I decided based on advice. From one of the producers. The first time i read it to not analyze it but read it as an experience. Put yourself just in the experience. Then go back and read it a couple more times you can analyze and give us your feedback but just experience as story for the first time it sticks.
"june last year" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Dial the number pound 2 50 say the keyword money again dial pound to 50 on your cell phone and say the keyword money. Let's turn it back over to Jim and Dan. Jim. We're still talking about the concept of Can you handle the truth, and we find that this is a necessary subject as a general show topic because people just haven't been told the truth about their money. We always talk about risk reduction, and I think in everyone's mind risk reduction means lower rates return. Well, you gotta look at what it really means right now, if you suffer a large loss in your portfolio And let's say you have a 2001 and two portfolio lost like the S and P where the market goes down 50% or 78 2009. The market was down by 50%. You got to make 100% back. Just get back up to even before you start making moneys And that's just math. So pretend like you have $2 million in your portfolio. You lose 50%. You're down to $1 Million.1 million dollars if it earns 50% You only back up to 1.5 million. You need a 100% gain for the one million to get back up to two million. So that means your 100% gain didn't make you any money. Just got beat you back to even and that's key. Because at that point now you are just at the point of saying OK, Now I can start making money again. Well, in that case, you've taken huge amount of risk, and you've earned a huge rate of return to get nowhere. If you then look at what people tell you. Oh, invest in the stock market. Hang in there you're you're going to do very well and you'll get these 12% annual compound rates of return. We call that the urban legend. Because, Jim, if you go back over the since 1996 the last 11 15, year time periods in the S and P 500 index and look at what the compound it increases to the index was without taking into consideration fees. The average annual compound rate was 4.73% for all 11 15 Year time, period. So you're taking all this risk you could lose 50%. Twice during these time periods and you're getting a 4.73% increase, assuming you're not paying any fees, and I've taken an income distribution. So how does that now make sense and help us to understand about risk equally or not equally returned. So, Dan Animal people really understand what you just said. But if you go back to 1996, there's 11 15 year period whereby you're ready. Return was less than 5% in equities, right? That's just equities. Imagine if you didn't have just equities. Imagine if you were doing a calculation that fixed incomes. You're willing to go back the same period time to see what my return was on fixed income, which means CDs in cash and bonds, etcetera Treasury bills. Well, if you look at what returns are today on those instruments and compare him to these previous periods, it would probably be blow you away. Because most of these analyses they're using fixed income person use the five or 6% CD for five or 6% back in 96. I think CDs were probably eight or 9%. But look at what CDs are paying today and city yourself. I can live off fixed in commissions. You cannot do it. Today. You're earning 1 1.5%. As interest rates go up, they're going to affect the value of your bond. It's a different story today, so you have to be very cognizant. When we quote these types of statistics, this is the data that we're looking at every day when we're building income plans and not just doing some calculations that well, based on the last 30 years, the next 30 years gonna be the same. And you could take this amount of income out of your portfolio and you're gonna be just fine. You have to look at all the data sources all the factual information to design a proper plan. Dan Well, this is from financial Advisor magazine. This is back June last year, but it's from Robert not he's the founder of Research affiliates has a ton of research on the market. And he is saying that traditional retirement portfolio 60% stock mutual funds 40% bond, mutual friends that a lot of people would be and maybe I'm listening right now. Will pay somewhere between 0 to 1% per year over the next 10 years, And that's a combination of too big and bad things happening, potentially Portfolio One is the stock market, probably in his mind. A lot of people's mind. We'll have a big drop over that time period will recover, but it might just recover back to zero and then the 40% in bonds with interest rates rising, those will actually lose principal value and won't be earning much interest. So they're saying be prepared with that type of portfolio 60 40 for a 0 to 1. Percent. Well, how do you fight that? Well, one thing is they will take the money out of bonds and put it on the stocks were the problem. There is now you have more risk inside the portfolio potentially less income opportunities. And if we have a big drop in the market, it means you might have to wait even longer to start using your assets. So the traditional way of allocating assets right now is looking very, very, very grim for a lot of people. Even if you have that type of portfolio, you have a 60 40 portfolio. I've done multiple these Jim you have. This year's far is then analysis for people come in and say, Hey, how much rest do I have? I don't think I have much, and these people still have had between 25 30% risk and a lot of cases that 60% 40% portfolio, so they still have a lot of risk. And yet it's being told to them by some of the top minds and industry for that risk plan on his 0 to 1% rate of return over the next 10 years. Well could imagine that Gerald to 1% rate of return now had an inflation What if inflation, you know, historically To calculate inflation at 3%, but we promised you is going to be higher than that going forward. Look at the look at the deficit we have. Let's just assume a place you're going to be 4%. Let's assume you're gonna take out 4% income to live. What happened your portfolio then Dan, what happened? 10 years you're down to zero in inflation adjusted value, Basically, that's right. When you look at those dollars, so so you got to. You got to be really aware of these numbers and just gone and talking to somebody and put your money 60% equities and 40% fixed income. He isn't going to solve your problem going forward. You have to be very, very aware that this world has changed. It's a different economy out there today. The government stimulate this economy. Trillions of dollars is going to have to be paid back. It's going to affect the way you invest your money. The typical way someone would go 60 40, which we know is not gonna work or they go to a broken the burger says Don't put the money in Bonds put it 100% stocks, which we pretty much know is not gonna work or they go. No, I'm gonna be chicken. I go to the bank coming to put 100% into the bank, which we know is not gonna work. All traditional methods are not gonna work right now..
"june last year" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Weather data to help Texas homeowners conserve water when irrigating their lawns more one of my yard dot org's right in the Conroe areas, South bound 45 that is reported to be a 28 54 big rig involved and it's blocking the right lane. It's 10 30. From the Texas newsroom. I'm Joseph Leahy Governor Greg Abbott was in Fort Worth Thursday to warn about fentanyl, a powerful and deadly synthetic opioid as ktrh Miranda Suarez reports. Abbott says the drug is making its way into Texas from Mexico. Abbott says the Texas Department of Public Safety seized more fentanyl in the first four months of this year than in all of 2020. He says Border Patrol can't stop smugglers Because of the large number of migrants, Border Patrol officers get fully occupied, simply processing the people coming across the border. Abbott blamed what he called President Biden's open border policy. But the head of the Human rights Initiative of North Texas Bill Holston, says the border is far from open. For example, Border Patrol can still turn away adult asylum seekers under the title 42 expulsion policy. Colston says it's unfair to blame people fleeing catastrophes in their home countries for a drug smuggling problem. This also presents a false choice. I mean, we should do both. We should have enough law enforcement to interdict illegal drugs coming into the country and also provides safe refuge habit, also announced he would sign a new measure that will make the manufacture and distribution of fentanyl at least a third degree felony. I'm Miranda Suarez in Fort Worth. The number of Texans hospitalized with covert 19 is down to its lowest level since early June last year. State health officials report There are nearly 1900 patients statewide. Now, more than 10 million Texans are fully vaccinated. Texas is three day sales tax holiday for water and energy efficient products starts Saturday. Kevin Lyons is with the Texas comptroller's office. Get to the part of the year where you know the mercury's climbing and temperatures getting hot..
"june last year" Discussed on Get A Grip On Life
"Even in our city wasn't a lot of people out i in june last year. And then it got bigger and bigger and bigger saying you're locked in you're looking at your device you're seeing it and you're like hey i can go and do that s- and it just became bigger and bigger right absolutely and i mean just. The listeners know that at spencer miles lives in seattle. So he's at the head of all this stuff. I mean to the point where they actually took over a part of your city and created a zone. They did absolutely and now they're taking over schools and things like that and I'm playgrounds it's it's insane to me to look around and be like and i kinda question i always ask in all. This is where the leaders whereas the adults with a leader one. that's willing to commit the most violence in that autonomous. And that's what it is the person who's the most extreme with the violence or the or the ability. Like the the the it's like it's not. It's not a matter of who is expressing the most truth it's not a matter of who is represents the movement it's sort of a who is the most violent or who can inspire the most amount of extremism becomes the leader in those places. And i find that very interesting actually And that video. Those kids have been modeled that smashing behavior. They've seen those videos online from the the you know either wing. The capitol hill smashing windows of parliament parliament of the capitol. Yeah capital are. They've seen all that. It's been model to the net. When you're mad you get to smash things and then you get to beat people up. Been intimidate them. This is a new thing. Spencer and i wanted to roll it into the next article that popped up yesterday on bloomberg which is we must start planning for a permanent pandemic and yeah i. I don't even know what to say to this. I don't like what are you having andrius andrea andreas kluth. Are you talking about pal. I mean are you. Are you serious. But i you know you start to see things where they're calling. You know racism a public health issue right. I think governments have figured out using public health you want to put those quotations around it. Allow them to gonna sidestep are traditional ways of government so they can go and say l. Racism za public health issue so now we can make rules change things locked down. Do whatever we need to do under the guise of public health so maybe it's not covert this the pandemic forever. There's just eight pandemic forever. Well listen this is the age of demigods. Okay and what. I mean by. That is every buddies at demi-god questioned and they you know every every public health officer every local mayor every you know Premier or state governor. Whatever is a demi demi-god now and how dare you question so to know. This is all for your own good. You see that what's the matter with. You know you're gonna kill people by buying an ice cream cone. They're all demi gods and they wanna. They need panic. They need the law. Their emotional and flamer's they need the panic at the highest possible level..
"june last year" Discussed on The Site Shed
"Sam. Welcome to the such a podcasts. It's good to chat. I'll miss level we normally chatting on conversations regarding the marketing campaigns. However tonight we're talking about. I've been met your journey as i mentioned a flaw and we had a one follow his and colossus ivory bush finished. I asked me severe message. And he said you speak too big businesses in the macro businesses in the spigot Coming things doing but haven't we speak to somebody sort of in that midday events somebody tags you felt like i didn't even think to ask you but we are leaving myself so your bags school your by standing young new south wales which is what my two hours exposing line of cameras that yes the business In young ucf wells in june last year. What raised the adding gambro. But yes. i think it's no sale but the years to restrict their yes sort of Quickly at the moment. but it's pretty. Well yeah lovely Purpose of this conversation is really just a little bit into your experiences. In transition in business over the years and how you'll role in the businesses evolved in how you'll things within the business out evolved like hiring bach cutting branding growing and scaling you tame maybe we can touch on diving into different markets as you entered into the united states camera. Just things like that. Despite the conversations that growing businesses have a bowl and typically a public conversations that lodge businesses there. we somewhat different leagues. I might have my jar implies and they might have all these different departments so the manager of that stuff so you very much on the ground but in the trenches which is great. So i'm looking forward to hearing hearing about you'll story in the progress of stag electrical. Tell how did it how to stop. What what will the foundations over business has to give us a bit of a bit of a preference of the conversation leaving school unless you need One of the typical Sort of caring tools Bussing to get out and into an apprenticeship triad. The school exams locked down the street to start applying full apprenticeship. At the time there was a few guys in be a guy who ran back in as interbay these days. i'm so anyway applied for a few ended up being successful for you at the tall. I'm look going as a boilermaker. One food love distributor essential energy and one is a washing machine repayment at Joined it up tagging. It was the only legitimate electrical apprenticeship. Charlie wanted to get into that. I might cause more wasserman is a spirit. Sorry it was interesting because it's actually. It actually really suited to be in the end because the troubleshooting in full funding tentatively analytics After a while episode. I just due to me and yes i did the depression for while it was the apprenticeship ended up having a few different employers. Think weatherology sobat employees. Yo with the sort of just wasn't ready to be tall by someone else or whatever. It was finishing. Try to abandon around a little bit of went into aubrey for walmart for commercial. Then they came back to young. If you beat some pieces did a brief stint in hall sailing straight anima trade getting to know the land land and stuff and getting sort of set up in a jumped out of the really early age electrical wholesaling. What you're on ios contract is getting the those laws of luck that show clinton if you get some faces i up. Some money will some tools and ended up jumping mine to twenty dollars. I was at the toll on quite confident but looking back now knew next to nothing better so yeah. It was pretty interesting. Sorry is that when you start at stag. Yes the two thousand. Seven besides sean. It was just pulls daglish school. That point Ration- i'm just assault. China obviously just had made up hall at speeds through proper any he said development of marketing net was funny may invest night. Whatever that we went to school together. Whatever a bathroom. One day and paint withdrew up the stagnant electric chair and made it. So as of this whole sort of this thing is look at off anyway and so when you started with you doing a residential Basically of i just started taking on anything of the. Get it through the wholesale stuff. We met a few connects people company looking for an electricity doing bits and pieces of that long into my apprenticeship. Asari ill needs to stag on. My old bosses was founding up the business and then going at it end. And i had a load of district lines that all i had been the point. Manful work it was. What brand is aiming at the time. You just wanted to get rid smells stalking. We took over the number. Two guys little injectable. So we took on. The prince had live in a little rental of a shop and yet the county cold water on this late idol. Work that we can sort of pick this up up. We sort of ended up coins stagich who industrials specialists. For the first five years. They are around a business. That was out cool. Thing at that point sorta sweep rowing trying to grow. Bottom implies with the volume of work with the speed. Five is mainly on industrial. That point is was really the we move will. Those customers are doing a show. That will listen more. We didn't have one hundred clients. Nfl yeah exactly yeah. Do you think that dotting looking at industrial so the commercial spice really influenced the the why that you ought to die from System in oldham organized operate bat would have influenced. I mean look residential Typically it's a lot more he doesn't need be as process driven But it's no often not When you're industrial or commercial sorta vertical you have to buy otherwise you just. You're not going to get compliance. You never get to walk away. Only the fact that was trouble-shooting being ridiculing whatever that made me daily industrial global anymore furnishing show and then we're able to keep track works reputation for that was hard to replicate especially in country areas to get out. The goal has shown that same on framing whatever a sort of warwick we excelled at it by the end of you. Markle's looking for businesses boss. That point on coin of darkness into hall business model and financially was even granite. What we did it. So what are we doing wrong. Yeah yeah so. That's interesting because the how do you handle that. I mean we won't be jumping ahead a little bit here. But i'm curious how now business how you capable team following processes in buying into that sort of mindset that system in our system stall you run with a novichok to ended its over. These known pence dot at feeding cultures. Thought that happened in whatever in young especially because the pedal longer at Another point that has to growing in young we had to feud with in things we can. Just be shaw. Congested recruiting just the domestic. Whatever we can at one point and so we got field side belt. We had many james being the business Superbowl does less data to take ownership peres. Rawls and does not just someone yellen from the madden. It's sort of rolling together. Is the mentality we guy. Okay sorry sparing that desire to grow at what is remain is just think it's just it's join joy. Join joy business joy development part of it is and that's probably wasn't grind because i wanted. Brian designed joy the process all developing it popped kind of like you feel what what's next bottom. We're gonna what. Am i going to work on now to grow. Even reading through some of the prompting questions and stuff was what what did you wanna leave. The legacy. Baning.
"june last year" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"I think it should be free for for anyone that needs them at work whose college school whatever but how do they distributed so that the because you know there's going to be people if it's an a machine or something you know that there's going to be able to go in there and hijack the entire amount that's in that machine. Nobody else didn't keep it in the school nurse's office or something like that. Yeah say you'd have to have some sort of a system where just like you should also have the the punch bowl full of condoms for high school kids. You know i agree. I mentioned i think my notes to i didn't yeah front Yeah matter of fact that's kind of how we how we do it at the clinic. That are i work for. I mean we got a punchbowl fishbowl. Yobo right in the front of full of condemns so that you can get your prophylactics and be safe while you're doing the onto along while i'm sorry art. We just need. We need more people to quit. Feeling ogi about natural stuff. That's that's what i agree. We're getting there. And that's why i recognize the public because this is not just us. This is a stigma. Not just for the poor minority. Groups is a stigma for everyone. Everyone that has an inability at one point or another that could not afford to get that sanitary product that they needed iran. I have definitely been the sufferer of that. At one point another in my life and based on what i have read and just my own personal knowledge. That are my own personal experience. I should say that. I when i was lacking that need for personal hygiene i had to use toilet paper nip and that is not safe not stupid and you know if you lack the funds to purchase these types of products for yourself. Any you lacked the means to just have the Immediate access to it. The lose out you know you develop that that shame and the stress and you know they prioritize this focus on schools because they recognize that a lot of students would miss out on classes because of the shame of not having what they needed or they've been embarrassed and they miss out on class and this is just another step forward to ensure that students won't be skipping school because of this basic need. It's a need that that's it. It's just a basic basically. Yes and then you know you can and so interesting when they cause new zealand ran the case. Study of this type of product that they're going to fully implement in june last year around this time and so based on the feedback from students and teachers and faculty and things like that they realized that not only was this the most helpful and saw a slight change as far as attendance. And you know the presence of students being in the classroom but students actively seeking to be more knowledgeable about the purpose of cleanliness. Educating themselves on proper sexual hygiene proper personal hygiene whether you were male female or other dis- knowing having that knowledge knowing where you can go knowing who to talk to. That's vital 'cause it's it's a damn shame if you don't have a parent that you can immediately go to let alone Anyone that you can trust and depend on outside of this home that you can say you know. I need to send artem. The prime minister new zealand's. She's not playing games. She she left mormonism handful of years ago. Probably i think i think probably like ten years ago. And she's deciding to break down every wall of what they put up around her when she was growing she. The lds church has a lot of ladies feeling a lot of internalized misogyny..
"june last year" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"That are i work for. I mean we got a punchbowl fishbowl. Yobo right in the front of full of condemns so that you can get your prophylactics and be safe while you're doing the onto along while i'm sorry art. We just need. We need more people to quit. Feeling ogi about natural stuff. That's that's what i agree. We're getting there. And that's why i recognize the public because this is not just us. This is a stigma. Not just for the poor minority. Groups is a stigma for everyone. Everyone that has an inability at one point or another that could not afford to get that sanitary product that they needed iran. I have definitely been the sufferer of that at one point. Another in my life and what i have read and just my own personal knowledge. That are my own personal experience. I should say that. I when i was lacking that need for personal hygiene i had to use toilet paper nip and that is not safe not stupid and you know if you lack the funds to purchase these types of products for yourself any lacked the means to just have the Immediate access to it the lose out you know you develop that that shame in the stress and you know they prioritize this focus on schools because they recognize that a lot of students would miss out on classes because of the shame of not having what they needed or they've been embarrassed and they miss out on class and this is just another step forward to ensure that students won't be skipping school because of this basic need. It's a need that that's it. It's just a basic basically. Yes and then you know you can and so interesting when they because New zealand ran the case. Study of this type of product that they're going to fully implement in june last year around this time and so based on the feedback from students and teachers and faculty and things like that they realized that not only was this the most helpful and saw a slight change as far as attendance..
"june last year" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"You can't get up there until right around usually mid june because of the snow snow's pretty persistent until about mid june last year. I didn't climate. Maybe the first year in a long time climate usually every year and Man when we have some of the sun rises here just off the hook speaking off the hook off the hook. Hubris is the best way to describe andrew cuomo. The article here says newark. Andrew governor andrew cuomo done yet. Adelaide allegations hard to see how he isn't as a wave of new allegations have just dropped top democrat and her cousin stewart. The new york senate majority leader said that if another woman came forward in time for cuomo to quit well she's gonna have to pony up because now there's not only fourth but a fifth accuser not imagine a bunch of other aides talking about his bad behavior. According to daily mail analysts. Thirty-five was a policy operations aid for cuomo for two years from thirteen to fifteen. She's fox wall street journal said he made advances toward her including asking if she had a boyfriend touching her back kissing around the hand she told the wall street journal that she felt diminished from an educated from professional to quote just a skirt. She said his behavior wasn't appropriate. Really any setting. Karen hinton's story suggests that does beyond for some time hinton sixty two said. The cuomo embraced her afterward after work event in two thousand. She said she tried to pull away from him but he pulled her back before she was ultimately able to get away and leave the digitally to male aides. Governor would be rate them. Call them. i won't say the words and say that they have no on. They have no balls other current and i that language but mom any other. Current former officials told the wj that the governor would regularly ask women about their dating lives touched them et cetera. So governor cuomo is. He's in some real trouble and no two ways about it and governor. Whitman was asked about it. Here's what she had to say. Your fellow democratic governor and the leader of the national governor's association. Andrew cuomo is facing multiple accusations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior charlotte bennett and a former aide of his gave a rather devastating interview to cbs news. This week and said the governor cuomo who was a mentor to her repeatedly made unwanted advances. Take a listen to this quick clip..
"june last year" Discussed on Impact Pricing
"Now. Welcome to impact pricing the podcast where we discussed pricing value and the strategic relationship between them. I'm more citing today. Our guest is stefan. Leo zoo and your three things you want to know about stuff on before we start. He is the chief values officer tallus. What a fabulous title as an adjunct professor and research fellow at case western reserve university and he has a phd in pricing. Even though there's no such thing welcome stuff off. Thanks for having me again on the podcast fund. It'll be fun joke just like you have a phd in pricing even though it doesn't exist so it's okay right. Yeah i think we can see that we do have a phd but it will be too long right exactly so you were on in june last year episode seventy four. We covered some of the easy questions. So let's jump into the hard stuff so they wanna talk about pricing in the c. Suites and so what do you what do you think is the big issue for pricing. The c. suite is getting excited. Is it getting them involved engaged. Well let me start by saying vast majority of people in the sweet. God dare because we're smart. The good experience we get the business side of running a business and so you know what we have not done as pressing. Profession is educate them and get them to go really out. Pricing.
"june last year" Discussed on ITN Live
"Revamped her entire business in its fuel. She's feeling completely motivated. Now at this point to get just get this whole business going on. I got a new job. That i feel amazing that i feel so much like myself all the time so yeah. The bad was pretty bad. Yeah but the good actually was pretty. Damn good could've have looked at that in may or june last year. Likely member. It's a different thing and it was nice to if elgood is so i i don't wanna say the twenty twenty was a good year because i can't say that but i can't say that we walked out of it. Both of us feeling like you know what this was. Not as bad as we thought it was in the bad stuff. We can put behind us because the good you said earlier. That light in the tunnel. Yeah i can see that there's kind of crappy things around it but it can still see that light and it's there. It's getting brighter all the time you know in. It's a lot easier today to focus on that than it was six months ago. Which i'm gonna take that. i'll just die. That's what i got to take that to the bank all day. And you know i i appreciate it till in that story and really wanted to hear that from someone who was the father of younger kids right. My kids are are held. There's sixteen and sixteen and nineteen. I got a little bit older. But i really wanted to hear the perspective of someone going through it with someone who is asking a question. Why can't i go to school will. Why do i have to stay home. Why can't i go play with my friends. Why do i mean. I don't know what i'm saying. What you have to have that type of conversation with someone they they see everything and they absorbed soak it in as you know but again you have to ask you have to answer a different level of question from from from the young adult but more importantly i would say I'm glad you is feeling better. Thank you so much better these days. She still has to wait. Until i think june to find out for sure if it's how much they got because she's in a trial for it but she can't feel the tumor anymore. She's feeling much like yourself on every single day. So no complaint. I say we think we have a drink to that. And we talk about your home brew and crafting aspects.
U.S. hedge funds posted modest gains last month
"Hedge funds posted modest gains last month we get details from Bloomberg's Ed Corry hedge funds rose point three one percent in July according. To the Bloomberg hedge fund database while that reverse losses recorded in June year, to date hedge funds are little changed lagging behind the major US. Stock indexes CD a managed futures strategies were the worst performing losing more than half. A presenting July the Bloomberg mandates two thousand eighteen survey found about forty. Six percent of investors expected global macro strategies to outperform in two thousand eighteen macro strategies are. Down one and a half percent year to