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The Pros and Cons of Soya Beans

Gastropod

01:38 min | 2 months ago

The Pros and Cons of Soya Beans

"The only time to my knowledge that i've ever eaten a soybean in soybean form is at amami those green pods you get as a starter at sushi restaurants which i love so young soybeans which is what mommy is is generally esteemed but once you actually had the mature bean and then you try to cook it. The results tend to be less than appetizing. Gen fu is a professor at emory university. Who studies the history of science technology and medicine in china. And she's the author of the other milk. She published under jetson but she goes by wendy her everyday life. So that's what we're going to call her. This episode wendy told us that the soybean was likely domesticated in what's now northeastern china. Right on the border with korea wild soybeans and then domesticated soybeans. They're not particularly high maintenance. They grow well in a lot of different regions and their beans which are in general. A good thing to and so people ate a lot of them. It isn't early crowd that is recognized and becomes part of what is known as the classical grains. so we know that soybean is not actually green but it was treated as sort of staple food similar to weet As well as rice it was a staple yes but it was only a staple out of necessity. Like wendy said. The mature soybean has some issues more so even than many of its fellow colleagues. It causes pretty intense gas innocent flatulence and even though like all means it's packed with protein. It also contains a chemical that means our bodies kant really process that protein but there is a way around the protein blocking problem and at least a little of the flatulence problem and that is to boil the crap out of mature

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Tourism Is Back but Businesses Are Overwhelmed With Insufficient Staffing

Nightline

01:31 min | 4 months ago

Tourism Is Back but Businesses Are Overwhelmed With Insufficient Staffing

"Good evening thank you for joining us. The people who were cooped up at home last summer have been ear to go on vacations this year but some businesses which were eager for the crowds are struggling. Now we welcome. Abc's deirdre bolton to nightline with this report on the worker shortage the morning july signing on the heels of a worldwide lockdown millions are flocking to the beach but with all that kant's up demand. There is a downside. Businesses are over wealth. It's been different. I've seen things. I've never thought i would see from my life. We are facing a shortage in every industry talked to any of the businesses in downtown with any of the beach areas during the exact same scenario. You don't have the help. Benjamin gray has called this stretch along the atlantic home his entire life working at the bell in and spine rehoboth beach delaware for the last seven years. Nothing compares to the stress. He sees this summer. we've seen unprecedented occupancy levels. The tourism industry in the past year loan has skyrocketed. What is it. Ben like then for you to meet demands. It's now finding the staff to be able to make vets to make the drinks to check people in to check people out to make sure that we have enough people here to take care of the occupancy levels that we're experiencing

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Does Online Event Sponsorship Work?

The $100 MBA Show

01:41 min | 7 months ago

Does Online Event Sponsorship Work?

"In a lotta ways sponsoring an on line. Event can be a lot more profitable for your business then imprison event many in person events even once everything gets back to normal after covid are expensive live sponsored in person events for ten twenty thirty thousand dollars so in order for me get a return on investment. I can make more than that plus the expenses that i have to spend. They're getting their Any teammates that are going to go there to be at the booth The merchandiser the swaggering giveaway. It all adds up. And if you're a small business every dime kant's so when we moved to online events and we sponsor one of the whos you can get a whole lot more affordable i've sponsored online events for as little as five hundred dollars and sponsored. Some that are up to five thousand dollars at the end of the day. The biggest factor. That's going to dictate your negotiating. Power and price is how many people will attend. This event is sponsored events that had two hundred people and i've sponsored events had ten thousand people that are gonna show up online now if i have access to ten thousand people that's great but what kind of access so what i want to start with is say that everything's a negotiation. They might have some packages for you to look at but you can go. She ate anything especially when it comes to sponsorships. The event organizers are just looking for great sponsors that are good with their audience and are willing to give them money so you can actually create your own package if the packages that you see are not really what you want. I have gone back and forth and created my own customized packages. All the time because i really want access to the audience as much as

Houston Senator John Whitmire warn Texans may switch to new electric providers amid ERCOT woes

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Houston Senator John Whitmire warn Texans may switch to new electric providers amid ERCOT woes

"John Whitmire, Whitmire, warning warning many many Texans Texans may soon may be soon switched be switched to do electric to do electric providers providers is ERCOT is ERCOT his own his nearly own nearly $2 $2 billion billion from power from power companies, companies, many of many whom of whom can't can't pay pay in large in large numbers. numbers. For then, For about then, about two weeks. two weeks. I think I think you'll see you'll see large large numbers numbers going bankrupt. going bankrupt. To read To negotiate read negotiate their debt their debt or contest or contest today today blamed blamed rapid rapid price price fluctuations fluctuations during last during last month's month's ice ice storms. storms. But But an independent an independent review review show that show ER that Kant ER Kant left left those high those prices high prices in place in place 32 32 hours hours too long, too long, costing costing providers providers $16 $16 billion billion total. total. As a result, As a result, Presence Presence Electric Electric Power Power Co. Up Co. already Up already has filed has filed for bankruptcy, for bankruptcy, many many others others could soon could follow. soon follow. Department Department of

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Houston senator warns of switch to new electric providers as ERCOT is owed billions

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Houston senator warns of switch to new electric providers as ERCOT is owed billions

"Whitmire, warning many Texans may soon be switched to do electric providers is ERCOT his own nearly $2 billion from power companies, many of whom can't pay in large numbers. For then, about two weeks. I think you'll see large numbers going bankrupt. To read negotiate their debt or contest today blamed rapid price fluctuations during last month's ice storms. But an independent review show that ER Kant left those high prices in place 32 hours too long, costing providers $16 billion total. As a result, Presence Electric Power Co. Up already has filed for bankruptcy, many others could soon follow. Department

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Serena Williams upset by Victoria Azarenka at US Open

The Tennis Podcast

04:55 min | 1 year ago

Serena Williams upset by Victoria Azarenka at US Open

"So. Niamey's soccer took place in the final and that point. ENACT COVERAGE ON BBC radio we switched from our digital station sports, extra five, which is the network station and. We went big on Serena. Williams against Victoria as a Aranka. Which I have to say I started to think well, it can't possibly live up to what we've just seen in you just Kant. And the first point of the match. Serena. Williams on leashes a four hundred. The almost didn't. It couldn't be tracked by the the camera because it went so fast and it just went out but it felt like such a statement immediately, the I am going to just destroy every tennis bullet comes near me. And I felt like that my of slight rattled as a Aranka just the the shift force integration that was that was hit with. An immediately to breaks of serve to. Serena. Four games to love she led. Won The set six one. and. I don't know about you. But my name was it feels like we've just got an a time machine and back ten twelve years to when Williams was in twenty. It's the way she was running the movement. She was all she was moving right now soccer she's nearly thirty nine and she's hitting the living daylights out of the ball an and it really wobbled as Anka who started just Tara what did you think? Katherine Oh. Yeah it was blistering utterly blistering and I think it was a a mock of the respect that Serena Williams has. Victoria as rancor because her starts Serena have been Radi. Ready. Sluggish. And she's played some really good plays and she says improper tests but I think she needs she simply could not get away with that today. I think a mindset shifted completely. Am I don't know how I don't I genuinely don't know how you can just sort of decide i. I can't get away with doing that today. So I won't. Thing why you why couldn't you trick yourself over into thinking that every day but overseas? Just doesn't psychology doesn't work like that but. She. Yeah. She couldn't afford to give Victoria as. That lead and take her time to work her way into the match as she has been doing. and so she went to completely the other end of the spectrum and made. Pretty much as blistering start tennis match as I have seen as I've seen Serena making in recent memory, it was. It made my eyes Bogle out of my head. At moments. Really did it was like she? Convinced herself that Seraing was Sharapova. I mean how many times we've seen Serena come out with that intensity and that that or against Charipova and just make mincemeat of her certainly within the first set, and that's what she did to as their income in the first set she was. Unbelievably good as you said, crunching the ball moving fantastically and not allowing as incur any chance to set or what. So ever because she was serving well. So kind of dominating the points on her serve and then she was returning as in cassette could serve so strongly and. This was the Serena that I've kept expecting to see this tournament but i. I was beginning to doubt whether she had that level of tennis in her to be honest because I thought I thought we might see Sloan. Stevens I, thought we might see it against Zachary thought we might see against Perron Covi-, kept expecting. To raise her level in this tournament and. She was saving it for today it seemed and as you said I, don't know how you can turn that tap on and off and have control. Today I just. Will be extra. Mom is lengthy. It was like the very revealing candid. Enlightening. pre-match interview with Victoria as Aranka. where she was asked about her poor record against Serena in grand, slams, what do you need to do to get the win tonight? Play better. or or I? will she treated about for match interview with the contempt? It deserves it was. It was great.

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"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"Experience have had been in the legacy businesses as your ideas advertising financial services. All mostly legacy businesses I had missed. The died at technology Julie that happened, and this was my way of trying to catch up saying that you know. Of you know stuff crazy stuff that's happening Indyk -nology world and therefore, I needed to catch up. And that's. One thing. Led to another and you know accurate invested you know is. Something, defined by the SEC aw BITs, basically, our network criteria for people to invest in us. Equities, unlisted companies. So I being credited investor A. I had access to look at opportunities all across the globe. You know fortunately at that point of time book really helped me her this book called injured by Autism Galligani's really opened my eyes towards You know how to Angel Invest and You know what's the process, how to Silicon Valley Angel Investors. You know go left or you know doing the work and that opened up a lot of ideas and since. Then, one thing led to another. Is Not good networking and looking at opportunities and stuff like died and not being being able to build A. Federal. Portfolio of companies over the last many years. So my investments are range. From a big data. Company in Singapore or robotic coffee butter. Stop you know law. School are. Listrik school. you know in Texas flexi home. Rentals Black, foam Gordo. You know. From Princeton Francis, school. I also have an investment in. Global Photograph of platform called shoot might travel. It's a Miami based company inundated to a couple of investments as an exciting AI powered. Employees Expedience bought, and my latest investment is you know neo bank, there's a big. Opportunity out there for investors will have access to US investment opportunities. That is if you are an actor in Mesto then. You know the enticing is very open for you. You don't need to be a, you know restricting yourself to Indian startups, but that's how it would be a full year was built over a period of time. Using book my experience to understand businesses as well as you know my access to silicone valley, you know founders and companies Longley hangs a lot for shedding all that valuable information of it sounds you have been picking up some very interesting businesses for investments. But tell me yourself are disrupted the FNB business by venture while ago make. What do you mind shedding more details about how you dad was this, and how's it impacted by cutting slowdown? Before against dotting you know getting onto water nine gourmet We actually tried the scaling. You know. A restaurant business signed over figured out that a lot of time getting waster than. Scaling of Fronton business or BTC, business right, and we dropped plans and then moved onto a a B to b opportunity which came by right. As you know, for example, Hyderabad has this large campus based company. So you know global multinational, who really pampered. You know feed it, employees You know like there's no tomorrow and stuff, and there's this huge business call up on dry catering business, which is actually largely dominated by. Global companies like combustion, Sodexo and so on. So forth. So there was an opportunity for us to you know get into that space. There was no Indian homegrown contract catering company off skill or so to speak of our ambition was to kind of build a homegrown be A. Contract catering company. So so we got into that space and therefore. One contract, you know Nederlander. So, most of you know the top notch. Fang companies where our clients. Before the lockdown happen we were doing twenty, five, thousand meals every day You know across the entire portfolio, right? We built. India's largest commercial kitchen you know in. Hyderabad, right? I, end up, it was a driving growing business which we've built A. Only, a matter of for Feuerstein. Yes. But Gobert has been a big. As you know everybody's working from home rights don't come to office. Then they don't need food at office nine cents a this business largely. Abi, business, you know working with companies to. Feed better employees of businesses are. Taken ahead. But. Yeah. These are tough times and you need to be able to you know adapt pool these challenging situations and you know navigate. Companies saw accordingly and doing that. So what happened was in emission first few months-old on the companies that we work with were extremely helpful. I think initially everybody thought. You know this is a passing phenomenon and you know things will get. Back, to normal in about two to three months diamonds once before. So they were extremely helpful and most companies actually picked up the payroll of fire employees you know and the first. Couple of months. But as the reality started setting in nine, you know people started understanding that this is a much more long drawn out process I. Think. Then you know we will on annual contracts and then contracts started. You know then the number start changing because they new. Employees are not going to come back anytime soon. Right, and now we we see a situation where I don't see when s three I think Google and facebook of already announced that employees are not gonNA come back before June globally. Right and most other companies also not looking at employs coming back to the leases. Houston Jan. so this is going to be a long. DRAWN OUT A. Needs such as US which are are north to knowledge businesses are dependent on. You know companies getting employees back to work have to navigate these choppy waters in awaken for a minute. So we're doing that we've taken measures to cut back on costs and you know a build some efficiencies and so on. So forth. But also, I. Think. It's important for us to understand the gravity of the situation I N W, pivoted right and so far. We haven't done seen the.

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Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:08 min | 1 year ago

Surging US virus cases raise fear that progress is slipping

"For Americans the reality is that the jobs that these foreign nationals have held a ones that US workers kant or won't fill, said the director of government relations at the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Alarming surges in corona virus cases across the south and West have raised fears that the outbreak is spiraling out of control, and that hard won progress against the virus is slipping away because of resistance of many Americans to wearing masks in keeping their distance from others. Confirming predictions that the easing of state lockdowns over the past month and a half would lead to a comeback by the virus. Cases surpassed one hundred thousand in Florida hospitalizations, arising dramatically in Houston and. An startling one in five of those tested in Arizona approving to be infected. Over the weekend, the virus seem to be everywhere at once. Several campaign staff members who helped set up Donald Trump's rally in Tulsa Oklahoma tested positive Texas is among a number of states including Arizona Alabama Florida and South Carolina whose governors have resisted statewide MOSK requirements leaving the matter to local authorities. The number of new corona virus. Across the US, each day has reached more than twenty six thousand up from about twenty one thousand two weeks ago over one hundred twenty thousand deaths in the US been blamed on the virus, the highest toll in the world. In Georgia, the number of people hospitalized because of covid nineteen rose two thousand, a raising a months worth of progress. Infections their highest level since the outbreak began nearly two months after Georgia began lifting restrictions on businesses. Countries such as Brazil India and Pakistan also seeing surging cases. Dr Michael Ryan, the World Health organizations emergencies chief. said the

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"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"The Bollywood again divide it normally. The debates related to Indian film industry are restricted to Gossips, or even some political statements, however this time the industry is divided on a more serious issue. It originated after actors shunting Rajput, unfortunately committed suicide, the of people questioning the big names off Bollywood and hinting at nepotism have ballooned from few hundred to few thousands in a matter of one day statements leg Bollywood is full of bullies, and they cannot accept an outside the they cannot lend hand to someone. Fighting for survival are that those actors who come from known families are shedding fifty years. And never accepted actress Oh Sean. Since he came from humble family and was outside, fraternity are flowing in on social media. Questions are being raised on actors like Arjun Kapoor who shared the screen shot of an eighteen month old chat with chancing that shows clearly that he was going to mental stress now. Why did John Denarlie so sean? Despite claiming he bumped into him several times, he question media should ask. If, you are wondering, why are we discussing this topic on our real conversations podcast? Then let me clarify that are neither talking about filming lusty debate there in my aim, today is to drop a little with it to our own lives, and export hopes mystic life can be converted to an optimistic one. What I'm going to talk about is slightly complicated. Hence I would like to draw your attention to few examples that we see or hear on versus.

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"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

10:05 min | 1 year ago

"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"The new era will how to learn to work collaboratively from wherever you are so that is to some extent. It compete be localization insured. Not Matter where you're working for. What is important is that you shouldn't be empowered. That worked to information to access who immediate ability to get into groups immediate the ability to express your thoughts emotions and your entire expression seem across the end lighting definitely in in many cases to the adoption of virtual reality augmented reality kind of systems which will take. Mace that will which will take the place of physical office spaces and a very rapidly increased base. Yeah I think we all have to brace for the changes in the new world of humans. Now I want to take you back goal a CEO's role you know the focus of the show is How tough it is being a CEO in this situation and we are hearing of different businesses which will be financially impacted by the lockdown and The impending decision can you share an example off all donut? On story era company management through sheer dacians and innovation turned around business that was almost written by the market. It could be of the of the year two thousand On maybe last recession into Sunday. Two thousand nine Whichever exactly would like to take let me give you one example from two thousand and eight and then I'll give you another example which is happening as we speak today so let me go back to two thousand and eight nine. That was a time when the world had suffered massive revenues was a big disruption in terms of liquidity not being available and there was the same. Gash. Smoke grunge was a crunch in terms of availability of materials. Also clenching domes of neighborhood and all of them so this company in Registan that I was working then close lever decided vic the scenes from our epics and legally them if need be so they had a massive communication excise done read. The entire top team consisted of about one hundred hundred sixty people would all made goofy like variance going into the next day of the battle on the scenes of Pontypridd. So so there's houses. Were actually see them off as if to a battle and what they did was extraordinarily interesting. Every vall of their factory and office space became a means of transparent communication of what is going on so because working capital was a key shoop every number in the garden or deter regarding inventories regarding payments to creditors regarding variable was up then share on the walls so that nobody needed to get up as for information. Wait for information to be collated and you know all that slack which would happen has been was eliminated and key out of that. I remember six months after this. Dr This extreme situation they actually were able to need L. Bridge. They're working capital requirements largely by commuting the trust in their supplies. Would Julie financed the by Working Gap Kazakh and vindicate of Either Member Participating in the celebration and the way that the story is moving toward about how they treated in their homes and how they would go back home in the evening and they'll details to them families and at holes did it was been up the motivation levels. Were of an order that I had not seen full and very hard to replicate. Until you can dramatize it and make it. So transparent and so open that people started trusting each other at a level that was never before the case sweet is trust transparency. Integrity communication motivation. Reach made them win. The battle lay back in two hundred and so now cut back to four days. And this is the story that I heard from a purely digital company and this digital company obviously had to a halt because all its systems were built up based on artificial intelligence machine learning blockchain ideas big data analytics and all of that so they decided to break the company up into four teams which would do Torah going innovation in voter called skunkworks or small group interactions so they decided to feel open the entire way in which the company was doing. It's business and take a completely fresh look at it and they did it. In a way that what emerged was a highly enhanced and this story he told me for a dramatically enhanced business model of what they taught was a simple way to communicate with the clients became a highly rich very very predictable model on what might happen if different things happened in the environment so they were able to bring in the outside world and their inside world and completely transform it using technologies that they were familiar with but because they got the chance to sit back and innovate in small groups. They were able to come out with a completely differentiated set of ideas and that will now become. The new model was put out for the entire world to see and this is the kind of change management that seals off tomorrow will how to participated and lead almost everyday and anyway. So how much they did it take for them to land this and start implementing sued. This kind of thing can be planned. It is very spontaneous so they've decided on a particular day two weeks ago that we need to get into this innovation cycle. They just decided and broke themselves up into different groups based on Talinn based on what is required to get the outcomes done and they simply organiz them and they were also working from home so all they needed to do was to make sure that they had collaborative software which will enable them to collaborate. And actually what together while they were distanced? Physical wants data was in place and the inflammation was flowing and the access to their main. Computers was was available. They were in a position to completely change the outcomes so it does not happen always through planning and structuring. It also happens spontaneously and we see a lot of despond entity coming to flower only because the circumstances now in nearly it to so. If you're listening to this show now the example. Shelly she has given should be right motivation. You need the business leader. In these times of pessimism this real conversation show and we always rob sold by talking about the conversations now what position business leaders should be having with their employees to keep up with this fits in these times of Zim. Ashamed to a very unusual conversation that A particular see your chose to have with his entire top deep two hundred people. All of them were on a zoom com. He Cord in his life and both of them talked about everything under the Sun. Personal Episode Story. He's a dramatic incidence. What made them take different career choices. What is it that led them to become what they were? What was the bath? What were the difficulties? What how they children. What the children do it became so personalized and so and lowering for the entire team that they became one at the end of that conversation. People failed in New Jersey. You so much better. It was as if he had become a part of their family. This touched and I think this is something that at and company and a tidy property group. We've been practicing for so many years and I think it's a good thing to bring people into your personal life. Let them share some of your emotions. Your your key incidents your photographs. I had a member when whenever we celebrate key deeps we always have a CD of photographs of the last ten to fifteen twenty years memories which keep coming back flashing. Many of our people stay with us for so many long years and that is what been suspended so today's time the big thing is to become human to show that you are not just a great big strong. Ceo that you are but to show your humanness to show that you can interact at every level. Where every person that conversation to my mind is the most critical conversation that each one of fat should be happening today. This is so lovely to yourself is indeed being human. Is the biggest leadership trait. Seniors need to him by now with that. I would like to wrap up the show. Thanks for taking notes almost dying from an extremely visual. He has been an absolute pleasure conned. I I do hold that few people take away a few good arts and implement them. I'm sure they would have a lot of interesting takeaways from the discussion. Elvis had about the episode of the conversations. Stay safe stay healthy Nelson..

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"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"Learn. Welcome to the real conversation podcast. I'm your host little can't Osha now. Who would have taught in January two thousand twenty that just in few weeks? Almost all employees would be working from home. All evens would move to webinars Andy. Goldsworthy start conducting online hearing but it is a reality we are living with and do not even know invented will continue and who knows so offered will become a reality that we will have delivered for our entire life while it is obvious that the digital and online world has taken over our lives as we are logged on our home it is time to assess how an individual is small business owner. Alaska corporate can convert Spain into an opportunity to talk more about it. We have it as Mr Shalish body. He's a Board Chairman Audit Committee chair. An independent director at some of the country's most cream eminent organizations. He's vend UNTARRED leader on the Indian economy and public policy. Welcome to the show shelley. Hope you and your family is all safe and in good health yes rubicon. We are all locked down and following every NAM of social distancing burying MOMS washing hands. Making sure that we keep each other safety uppermost in my mind all like through Indians short. I think that is what we all should follow. Nahshon is the focus of today's episode is on digitalization. Hearing a lot on how important is digitalization and we would also be talking about it later in the show. Can you start by explaining Brielle listeners? Of what does the digitalization mean? So it's very important for us to distinguish between automation and digitization so if you take a walk through the journey of how our it world has evolved. You'd go back initiative to the world of those very large computers which used to occupy a whole building an IBM 401 leach. Walked into distributed computing. And we then all all had some laptop are some very large gruesome looking machine sitting on all our desks which give me to ipads and laptops. Then data give me as remoulded into two G. and three G. and Internet to Cova. We moved into the world of mobile with the advent of five G. Just around the corner. We can think in domes off a virtual reality word where had we will model the virtual world from the physical word and be able to make all the connections the inside out outside in interfaces which become rich source the data lakes if you like trump which we can make our decisions? That is the closest description that I can give of what we are. What is emerging as a digitalized word? Where everything that we talk physically is now morphing into a virtual manipulate changeable reality which we can change through our interaction so it's very interactive. It is online real time. It changes it makes Idris fawns and it enabled to take decisions in a five superior than ever before the detailed explanation. Shelley's activities important to understand that I'm digitalization. Since it is used very loosely in in different formats so it is difficult to generalize the impact off Gobert nineteen on various sectors and and even the opportunities it presents I would like to ask forcible the healthcare sector it seems to be under the focus in current scenario now with the ability to conduct covert nineteen test becoming the primary divert behind our country has been able to contain the virus both in terms of quality off testing and the scale offered the healthcare industry is likely to go to John. Globally do you think that he distinct medical conditions would become a much bigger industry than it is now and what opportunities present for the healthcare industry officials yes sir con very clearly diagnostics? Particularly continuous monitoring of our parameters and continuous monitoring of fed. Vr wavy Vancouver. We interacted with it is going to become more of a norm as we go forward so all the APPS that we are now beginning to see government of India has put out its own. App is extraordinarily code which determine whether you are at risk if you have the symptoms of the virus so that is going to become a reality. The mapping the moment the The risk that you are actually putting yourself into then. There is going to be the simple desks. Vegan do on self-testing basis to have a VCR kind of test which requires a swab in which requires the help of a health worker or help technician will quickly how to be replaced by a test. Like the one. We have for diabetes. Where everyday for example one contest one cells and determine what kind of those age and what kind of food intake and what kind of lifestyle change needs to be actually done to make sure that your sugar levels remain intact similar deaths will begin to appear and the same lease the same kind of user interface will begin to appear then they will be the revolution of Delhi health because it is impossible that is never going to be a sufficient number of doctors in a population of the kind that India hats. And therefore it's going to become important for us to be able to converse with an artificially intelligent hub which filter las- the first few things we need to do in terms of telehealth and that will become extremely important remote diagnostics daily ability to take opinions across the Internet. All of these will become the NAM's as we go forward. A lot of the Health Gan will become demented will become diagnostics driven and will become driven by Delhi held Anaconda mission from an intelligent source and then may be an in defaced across the Internet with Dr and finally an actual visit to a hospital. So that's the progression. I'm seeing going to completely revolutionise Healthcare all want okay so as artificial intelligence becomes more important in the healthcare industry the healthcare data will play a big role in predictions and debating for escaping. They make as as we are seeing now however not all. Healthcare companies are completely digitalized. What would be your suggestion to those companies which are running diagnostic labs healthcare facilities on capturing data and utilizing it? I mean obviously widening. The NAM's absolutely route took on the challenge that the world will face. Is that of privacy part. Just imagine if you are having a conversation with your personal physician then certainly you have the trust that you will disclose everything that is important for him or her to be able to make a proper diagnosis. A similar paradigm will have to be evolved with the self help that I was talking about a little while ago and it is very possible to do that. You can within the Gnomes of privacy and keeping your data confidential for things of the in databases which become accessible and which in the back end are capable off Slicing dicing gathering things analyzing them and coming out with intelligent outputs which can feed into the next diagnostic. So that as we go forward machine learning algorithm which is working at the back of this whole process will be in a position to give you. Fahd superior outcomes with almost complete non interface until the symptoms become really difficult With a health care professional like a doctor were definitely the machine. Learning could transform the healthcare sector in a country like India so zealous moving from healthcare to retail D. and E. Komo's foams book began small half first time face the supply chain pressures of this game so you have been part of several boards in large companies for. Vay Long Time or do you think would be going on in the minds of top business. Need running large retail firms and e commerce companies and how they might change their digital strategy going forward so let me start by saying that the one company that has enhanced its market gap in the word Amazon and Alibaba both these these companies at one in. Us One in China have been able to raise market gap in recent times. Small wonder that has happened because as we saw the complete shutdown of physical retail. The world needed a way to actually keep functioning and that we was found in what deavere calling. The KHURANA shop are the easy day or the Seven eleven kind of format which we have endured every street corner day became the supply to the point where we could go and pick up of stuff often. It is now possible to send a message. Make sure that the package is ready. The bill is ready which is Golden. Pick it up pay the money or it gets transferred to your Qr Code or it gets transferred to your credit card orders credit arrangement available if it's really trusted Interface with a particular Outlet retail outlet and the entire supply. Chain is getting automated autonomous makers autonomous trucks. The idea of drawn delivery the idea of a whole lot of automation to enhance the SABLAN chain is becoming reality but much more important is the tracking of the buying habits of every consumer today. It is possible to track consumer by consumer the buying habits so the inventory in each one of our. Badrul in each one of our originally raters is possible to be. Mido.

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"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"But again we should have the link to move it back today when the equity markets to cover so we don't hear from those who are not raiders have limited exposure on knowledge of these stock markets that mobility fund managers and Stock Market Exports. Do video markets are so tight. Do the really know what to do in the in such uncertain environments. Thank you do give back and be be find out balance soon enough since you have seen similar situations in the US. Although this time it seems different since we are in the midst of it and we are open by how dismaying and it seems like never before but in short the story of every boom and bust is broadly the same while lead us. Brinkley is different. Everything so drawing from the past edens. I like these opportunities. Graham in addition to conviction you to courage to take the plunge and the patients to Flint. Everyone around you starting celts and sent out of the same time. You have your yes liberal. If he's not moving as strict nations we need. Jj Strategy who passes so coming back to what had said in the vissel. We need to have videos. What scenarios and for each of them so the difference between the radius isn't advisers would be able to handle situations like this because in a good market performance but I've these separate event from the voice year. I think the adversity like this obviously does separate the mental. The voice and requires us on the level of mental toughness for even for individual sublease. This is a real conversation show and we always discuss about conversations as we wrap the show so now conversations with money is one of the most difficult conversations we all have to now many people who work for bunny most of us and did are some people who make money work for them. You have been in the business of wealth creation for a long time. How should people treat their savings in these uncertain beers that if not wealth creation they'd lose existing will see this unsubdued billiards cash is king and investment in gold possibly seems the safest investment however? If you have to make the money vote for you then you need to unlock it. It a cross buckets as expanding your and I would say no better time than now. Keeping the uncertainty in mind you may need possibly a higher liquidity than normal to title. Were Difficult Times. How keeping it is not a solution so this is possibly to modify your own existing worked for you. It easy get very wide but big act and remember slow and steady. Vinci's so if you're listening this show now do take a good note of what the stock market returned. Ambrish Beleaguer is advising you has been in the market for thirty five years and somebody's for taking out time and statistical period Taxes pleasure to be on your podcast and I'm just leaving a final message for investors that it's always the darkest before dawn. I think the Centers Valley yes. Let's keep our fingers crossed that you Sundays is indeed not very far away. Thank you so much for coming to this. Show thank you. Thank you stay safe. Everyone that stay happy.

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"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"Hello and welcome everyone. I'm your host. Does the investors probably have never seen this kind of volatility in the Indian stock market? It has become almost impossible to predict the market as each day comes with a noose uprise however there are civilised stocks that president amazing opportunity to invest and make money in the long term in the last episode with discussed some basics of stock markets in India. Taking it for the from there we are joined again by Mr Embellish Belika. If you missed the previous episode I will insist you that as well to better connect the dots. Missile bodyguard is one of India's leading stockmarket experts and has been tracking equity markets for over thirty five years and somebody's for taking out time prancer. It's nice to be back for the second episode. We often hear that a stock is available at quote Unquote Attractive Valuation. Don't walk does that mean us. He maybe off effective generally means that it is quoting below it's normally accepted. Evaluation are say below its intrinsic value if historically stockists voting at about twenty price to earnings ratio which is funded issue for one year forward. So in today's context mean twenty times. Eps For the thirty first March when deep ninety one but now due to the recent rash. it's forty eight. Inex- then they say is looking at active as this phone thing corona virus induced economic slowdown. That that of the company may not look as active as looking a few months back but still fifty us in the South Pacific but this does not mean that it can't run further it again. If sailors continued to pound the stock it could as well come down to about seven or eight times but remember no one can catch the border so one needs to buy in a staggered Manno. Then you start seeing that volition detector. Keep advertising your stock as it goes. That is a pretty useful advice So a lot of people. Especially those who have limited exposure equity investing. Keep hunting for something. Jim Mostly these religions as advising the online investment photos or even by some exploits. I'll be small caps microcapsules a less than Rubio maybe feudal be as then other fees. They do seem attractive. Compared to world over one thousand stock. And I'm talking dog up really layman terms without getting into any technical dermatology so more often than not investing in stocks leads investors who burned their fingers. What is your advice to such people looking for stocks? That can help them make money especially for those that no technical knowledge. But we need to remember. That does nothing such as the lunch in the stock market and especially regarding stocks. Most of these many stop dips would be to lure leanness to buy so that demand is created the stock moves up and then the interested party can sell its holding at a higher price. But does this mean that a Barista can become a beggar. I would say generally yes but like I said searching for that one evening means a lot of hard work and some luck. You should be able to do research and find something about the company which is a game changer. And hardly anybody really aware of that but in today's world even that's why difficult as we are so connected so much information the letter fingertips that only insider inflammation can together and that is illegal so I think the best thing would be to look at so many other stocks. Mitch have decent business mortgage at a group graphic art and prospects this actually give you two to eighty percents of it and I know without too much risk over a longer period so even for these I think you need to have some basic understanding of the stocks here by never buy anything just because some experts suggesting or advising you including myself a whole book otherwise it's better to invest in widgets. Even even dead. You need to study the performance of the fund manager before this it does lay that that you're being so honest voter Because there are lot of advisors floating on the online forms we do confuses a lot of investors so many show ready financial experts advise at one should look at large-caps as the safer. Now why are large gaps preferred stocks and waddled? Apparently does that make cosstalk safer than the other? Stocks are gap is stop with more than ten thousand pools of market CAP. So this market gap is generally not possible without being the right things about your business. I'm talking from the company's point of I one year. Such companies overnight that is a look at and we'll supposedly there are lots of season. Investors Fund Managers Ellis will be checking the stock which means there's a decent coverage on this in the market whether to the Social Alison use does as a investor you have many checkpoints which are naturally created weekend. Raise red flags if something's going on and this is not the case as far as small-cap amid concern because in mid caps you'll need to have your years with a number of boxes before recommending stock we look at the mood of the company which is the US feel the company. The opportunity is size for the company. That gives you an idea as to how much it can I over the next couple of years. We look at the quality of management the proper standards financial performance especially cashflows so these the broadband because we look at before really recommended strong. Reliable advice for for the investors waspishly. Those were uninitiated so time sitting on cash which I can invest policy feed it off and make quick buck given some stocks available at attractive Aleutians. What should be my status among deadly equity should be maybe the her without horizon opposite five years. Talk more in the sense. You should not need this money for any other purpose that Peter. So if you're looking to looking at getting money back within a year then you would be classified as traitorous short-term investor so from a fundamental angle. You will be looking at the butcher since many stocks are currently is discount which we just discuss some time back but can also back to the New York which you they should but what. What if they do this as a player? You have to keep a medium-term technical stop loss. So that the stock was that you would look your losses and try to save as much of the capitalist possible since you need the money at the end of the year similarly on the way up you should have clear targets exit the stock windows Dhaka's h. e. So in that case. Don't get eliminated. I think we'd is the basis of lot of Ronald's we have in life so complained that investors have on breaches around confusing advice. They get over both traditional and online media invite some experts say by particular stalk the others will say sell it so how out out walk with your and Walk to ignore what to learn what not to follow see like is said in the lawsuit showed the market exists because there's a buyer and then the center at each of them will have good enough reasons for doing that on action again. Repeating what I said earlier you need to be a home. Look you need to understand. Why the specific analysis suggesting that action? Does it make sense to you if this holiday twice? Also you need to do that. Allan for before. You actually follow his or her advice. Menia thanks investors. Spent more time choosing a short compatible investment. They make this has to team so that was a pretty interesting comparison. Umbrage to be often hear of asset allocation strategies. It new sandals and and read in newspapers. Could you please explain to our listeners? What is the meaning of asset allocation? And why is it so important? In the last episode mentioned aboard discipline for Traders don't discipline for investors is as a delegation and sticking to the plan estee asset allocation means unlocking your Muslims into various buckets based on your risk return profile and Yulon wounds and these buckets would be Equity Desert Gold Bonds Real Estate Derivatives Equity Etsuko. -CATION is most plus he did wolf and real estate and real estate actually residents so in simple terms. If a person is able to take Iris then you have a higher percentage of our other Classes but never is it. So overloaded in one is it plus debock. Crash can't the cleaners for example now if someone enlisted under two peas and that Macapa small caps in the market update started up. Who say about two thousand seventeen? And he's still holding the portfolio the portfolio would be whatever down at least about eight people. Listen audit sips if if you're invested into the state then today there's liquidity price so it has to be a balanced waited across in extreme page like this one cat week the weightage for example if you have if you had about thirty five percent equity and forty percent today you could possibly did news debt by five to ten percent and relations attack like discussed.

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"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"Was also the time that fires are just talking to me. Yeah they did markets because India had opened up in an economy and opened up. Post Ninety one and This boom was Isn't he led by the domestic in Mississippi River? Because if I had just started Matha was in fact consider any go poop returned anything do board and the teen for this boom was it boss teary but month to stand was out the twenty third balloon stocks which that voting in imported stunned if any stocks quite soon so after this next woman buzzfeed Esau was the defendant ID boom of Mitchell's again biz on that Y2k team. Your two thousand eighteen. This was led by the IFO. Given body with his infamous eight then stops the divey Madonna and the under the role and With the cooperative. Vance damn kneeling given these saw. This huge meant down in two thousand. Two thousand one. This time Advise activity along with a number of media mutual funds as that which implanted dusty was in a nation states. Then the next room Saturday who live and it meant bust in two thousand eight by the global financial meltdown was named under the spices. And the fame Indian markets lost of whopping sixty listened and this was a global phenomena and fires when invested big in gutters on the seven where exhibiting as if there's a model and a doctor time if you go back this all about twelve point two billion dollars worth of stock which in those stumbles about a few hundred fouque's into pollinate. I'm analytic compare what we saw then. What of selling in March two thousand green. Dvd's last month we saw student of sending men Nevada's became Louisville at the name. It so we are now in the midst of the carnage Gobi. Afc bounce back from Lula. Vince Munich with mesler bulletin. Use Booze and the pandemic next feud beats to since we are still in the Mustafa prices I'm in the markets can move any this on our envelope No I think all of us are hopeful and I think hope is hot allows us to keep going in life you mentioned. Faa flow now often hear about the F. I. Foreign Institutional Investors Investing in India so now holly benefit of our listeners Could you please explain what is an FAA flow? And why is it so important for our stock market is he. Fires basically our honor. It's far institutional investors and be managed. Nice funds some of them could be sovereign funds and then they used to be and they're inflows into India outta related by blood Symbian. Avi then all meet digging size of the stake in the company's name. Listen I mean just to give you a perspective. In the last months they bought stocks worth Working Laksono Felon lives and sold stocks but voting lack mighty department close and also and into the net market. So looking at the sort of volume whenever the Bio said there's a result in effect on the market this buyers the market moves by saint. Louis have you seen that happening? In March. With a bucket stack polaroid. The Laos equals Indian. Mutual funds you have become sizable clears on and then net inflows. Last year of the Indian mutual funds was close over one likelihood and is it steady flow since more suffered as to systematic innocent man's region sharpness Nisei. Sap's so this is expected on new so to a large extent. They've been able to act as chocolate lovers against their five lose. How many days of you have seen that if is selling is mashed Buying in Vic- book Martin was an exception. Lending facts sold about magazine. It's Bruce and that was the mice by recent buying because over the markets Barack unlike Jim Funds affiars get screened by global buckets. And that leads out of niche of that. I at the same time. Depending on the investor rules that investors will invest on New England though the Fire? So if there's a who flew from the final those specific at fires they'll have no option but to send and generally there's a sort of a misnomer that fires act as one it has bought the heat's just like Mr that of media types with distinct teams and find find peers. Fires you ask? Sovereign funds the pension funds investors like Some infants and omen planted also missed it at the same time. You also have investments so many. Say A fire. It is one on the media's animals trait and we need those animals notch so vide- global musician becoming a reality the FAA florine de also. Come down and anti-gay Become down. What would be the worst case scenario if the FAA throws come to their historic levels? Ever I mean obviously mutual funds absolving some all fit but then if they come to their historic lows of you'd never know what's going to happen with this noble vines issue and an impending decision right decimal since we have a decent dumbest depend move and that who more hosted who. Sap's national will of the hold on. I have nevertheless I need to see it. It Beatles walkie soy much thumbs up at five lose as a believed that the kaleidoscope should in fact snack notes solar than litter. Looking at the aggressive stance. Taken by most of the bombers Logan. Let's the annick may not be repeated anytime soon. Hello once we have. The lockdown starts opening up. And that's the best time will get a handle on the situation will invite you have global invested at. You're looking at those economies which expected to perform that of Arab sure in the overview among them so from that of Hugh HR DIC- funds coming back to India and other than moving out interesting that sets interesting observation. How do you compare the current crash which we saw in March with the two thousand eighteen cash? Obviously that happened over a period of time and this has only been a month. Yeah but then. How do you compare because we know that Spain will continue and and I think these four pool to be court does minimum? So how do you do them? Bay Boulder clashes. And what's your opinion that you know how bad this could be a defense would mean Used a huge bet and this impact crash was a financial crisis. Nick Rush Hour then I'll situations which NB idle and the last issue which have beyond man's pain at least for the time being there's groping in the dark finding unknown and every day. We are learning outlandish situation so going back to two thousand eight. It wasn't metro out to contain the financial damage and almost stimulus supervisor and this diminish packages coming in these other markets and economies bounced back so it was actually dependent on how some people in the seat of power would handle the situation but into this scenario the health of this completely different again yesterday. Talk about something else I mean. What's our motivation to work? And on West it's to below on our basic needs then. It's to fulfill aspirations now when the l'amitie like this. It's you Mitch. Accurate Dickens. Yeah existence and spending so fast with Nokia and site. The situation is different. It's not just about a comment from APPS. It's a fight to live the baby work. The baby be hit. A socialize actually broke through a sea change. We knew number of the different done. For example. A lot of services of bill online is helping education. A lot of that one lane more people would bank online as a battle the last two years and in fact. I see binds branches becoming in the next few years. You've got to have a meeting then a face-to-face meeting so thumbing through the question whether though. Why didn't Scott Rash Than You Boston? Who holds eight nine? Frankly I don't know. I mean movie Abacus Yvonne. I'M NBA have experienced in this market. Timing seen wounds and bus. This was possibly in a better position to advise investors. What do innocent annuals? So many moving parts and the seriously changing so a strategy and what if becomes important play of investors mosquitoes do believe that this pandemic mid-florida Utah. Fifty point wing ahead is one. We were possibly be the least effective them back to a number of panties as well as operas. Since we are often domestic economy not depend on exports and now that oil prices coming down. I think would be an advantage for us to bus that protein. Secondly I expect the global supply gene. Especially you you listen. You Talk to progressively shift from China and would look for alternative delivers two separate facilities for example. We already have Japan which has set up a two point. Three billion dollar fund to help manufacturers more of China so in all this is C. India in your decision for many of them and Ila small shift from China will make a huge difference with. Ain't GonNa meet so I expect that they'll be missy one of the best offenses again let me say but if the government failed to big advising his opportunity community baptist play one so Bassedas Marcus at all about open exhibition. Meden feel let us hope for the best and keep our fingers crossed dumbly It's a real conversation show and we always talk about conversations before we wrap up the show so they are not of traders young to those who may have started trading after the Nas. Crash happened in two thousand nine and they may not have any experience of seeing such a massive crash. What is your advice to them that you know what they might be going to a lot of conversations with themselves What is your advice to them. I would see that the worst thing is discipline and you are Green Doug Action especially in treating you know that this is the price of by this is by is selling. I at the same thing. You will be a stop loss. So the discipline job would be exempted. Stop US on Exit Antioch Entice the so I would say is the most important aspect and feeding and secondly I believe More than anything is in a spent. As Miller's fitting in ASAKUSA is at to the game so it is picked off how much of the search you do one hundred listeners. Thinking I lead the way you act mixed defense. I'm a blooper may have the same information. One fit to act act. I think makes a sea of defense in this industry. I would say in times like this. Say Stay strong and don't let yourself parlance Nigga so you're listening to this show. Now who could not afford? The stock market veteran is advising you. Thanks for the thanks to my major.

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"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"It is said the equities are only brief hearts while India's typically invest in gold and Real Estate. The number of people buying stocks have been increasing steadily over the last twenty years. Hello everyone I'm your host little condo. John Gray will be discussing some basic questions or the uncertainty around stock investing and a few common phrases which we often hear from the experts so we are joined a one of India's leading stock market experts on British Beleaguer. He's probably the most sought after voices by all talk news channels and newspapers when it comes to the Indian stock market says. The topic is so complicated will cover it in. Whoever's Suld if you're listening to the first episode Major Union for the second one as van maybe we'll delve a little deeper into market interesting when Kumble the showroom buddy thanks for having me on this podcast hope you and family are safe and in good hands are all doing and in fact more often conversations happening at home that is a good thing to connect to the ambiance it and bring the a lot of quality time with the family accidentally so many nobody seems to be buying in these times and It appears as if the stock market is also in a kind of a logged on. A what is your opinion on it. Let's see there are no buyers? And that passive Bai's. Hello it's good. That regulators decided to keep the markets open because this displays the resilience of our system than buckets. F is having victims for awhile but everything the what. The soul was absorbed and finally we have the buckets governing about when people from the low point saw about Indians back. And these is up against Louis aren't buying because you can look at the numbers. I'm guessing Sunarto vying for the fires and the panic Richie saw in March actually sealed-off Busa what thirty percent of the Knicks. And this is vague. I'm happening in just a couple of it was quite a shock. This man backed unnumbered afford for girls. Must have been down by fifty percent of war in just about no thank so innocent adamantly this even the most experienced and the Jordan Mr the beacon than these since day after day you see lots earning up to the valuations which looks extremely attractive on one day. I'm an it was attractive. Cool the next day when you saw the blood buttons okay yesterday. What expensively looks cheap. So even those who invested after the fall at stopping resting losses so genuine hopkins's went to stop seeing such huge losses the up-to-date fish-farming Deployment Orissa. But it and destinies. We saw the dishonest abayas on the other hand. If I was sitting. Emily you bill but many injured boobs annual alleged to exhibit portfolio. And this is again. I'm blocking off the domestic investors because it partners exit now before it becomes witness and since duper this special. The market was slamming down deserted and none of minden calls loser bordered against the conditions. I in lenders adults so she has gone off. This is updated for the fun hurting many more and the cycle capacity noon resenting and finding but then we need to low one Alabama for a recent. Oh there's a bio unless Marcus boozman in a suburb leader. I use a breeze of Esther. So let me explain that a passer messages one puts in a greater reached for the to be exhibited rather than goodison vista is one who buys the market price at Houston using his bids. Zinzi wants to buy whatever is less pushing the prices up. So you only bucket. What happens is you have more of passive buyers aggressive silence and that's the reason the price gives me. Oh that's that's very interesting but what we'll do is we'll give the heavy duty stuff for the for the next episode we've been stocked with salt basics. I mean that does very interesting nation that you give now amish store. There's so many people which heard about the BSE Sensex and nifty fifty at night and and they also do buy some stocks directly or the auto probably through to mutual funds indirectly. They do not know much about the other indices. So can you let the listeners? Know How many types of indices we have in India and an estimated number of stocks listed on them of Ese since listing index. It was. I think might eat this added. This has thirteen nonstop stocks and the windfall. Most censuses bumpiest all at key insensitive. I don't think many people know about this. Similarly nifty consists of safety latch gaps dots. I am the full formers matching in vicks fifty odd market capitalization is about twenty one knack cruise again. After beating lacked rules. This is the value of all the interested off. Mitch US look. It is a number. I auto of which six stocks thirty Stocks Macapa like most sixteen act fluids mid fifty percent of the total market capitalization so methodism sense Nifty LITTLE FLEX. The old on market sentiment. You asked me about the other is Samir. They Nice isn't about fifty other Nice Enough. Then we'll be alone and Something similar on other INNOC- and these devices are sick. Little vices like BSES GET OUTTA gas follow on Incensio and you also businesses. You also have giftwrap visit. I says eight hundred. Five hundred mid gaps one Catholic also assuming that is this market then you have a little one entity index but I'm an out of all these nifty and the Sensex are the ones actively followed and faded and other this art of those that most about eighty two hundred nine cents vote on On the one in various really gets activated and followed his nifty banks which is the banking and was talking about how used only for benchmarking bubbles. No underly much. Okay and walk will be the total number of Stocks which is listed on on all these indecisive together. Bse has about four thousand one hundred stocks and But out of this about our really gated similarly on the NFC that are about seventy stocks out of this again most of them get jaded door on a regular basis in addition to that that about a four hundred stocks and sit on the Sea Exchan- woke and it's busy so we had talking about at least one thousand stores available for Trading Right Yup. Aw House in stoughton being treated and in this you have this one cabinet gaps and stuff like that. If you're listening to this podcast now and on new stock investing Buna took the dare about how options you have an investing in stock market and many of us out of eight of just twenty to thirty stocks so unbleached. We often hear talk. Don's Lake Beneath Dogs Ball. Cavs metcalfe's lots gaps for the benefit of our listeners. Especially those who who do not have much exposure in stock market group. Please briefly explain what these terms mean. Okay I mentioned smart guys mid gaps and lies gaps our next to add on to this. I'm and that is Michael cavs because all this gas met guys knocked on my hookups. Other ones which are defined by the pocket capitalization of the company which means the value of the shares. The up need so Michael Gaps. Other ones. Were Danley. The market cap is below and it was then the small cabin is a new house influence. The mid gaps are the ones where the market capitalization is would be awesome to save others and the NAS gaps are the ones which beyond five hundred. Now you also asked about any stalk penny stocks not fighting the market gaff but by the stock price their deadly those which are putting much below the face value maybe fifty percents who ninety nine percent this phone to the special at the same time. Stick lease speaking on everything. We just voting. Bill should be considered a penny stock as something with a face value of one putting ACSI. Hp's is equal and enter stock. This stop waiting at eighteen. But then in this market anything which is in single digits pollen penny stock generally provided stocks for their such low prices. I'm this means that. No serious investor institutions in many many stocks don't even have a business off-balance-sheet but fucking about early trading volumes in these stocks disappeared. Finally they also get Which means they cannot trade in the stocks for snack. But it doesn't that you offer any stocks I'm in have seen Huge Williamson decent plus. I'm Leon severe. The performance of the company has been dropping consistently in the last few years and investors have actually lost in the management basically solo voyage of writer but still finds fancy with many who think. It's a good bugging based on the Stock Price. But they've seen the soccer ponder that five hundred or even please try to piece may think it's cheap and that the reason people buy in fact he will look at on Dila so many buzzing loops in the last game videos which have not become any stalks a much of them but that every other any stalk is an example of built this touch on this nuts somebody should have been tracking the stock market for over thirty five years. Now what are the three or four occasions? You'll remember when the data's will completely in dot com? What Tom These stock markets will take over the coming weeks learn. Julia been dragging the market since about ninety. Eight hundred. Eighty four and Death-lists such back. I saw was a special pass which was also preceded by the media. They market man of leaker. Noggin participated in those days. Anyone you also volved a steep wasn't missing in the stock markets.

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"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"More traditional approach with a mix of asset allocation strategies global diversification. Sounds like a great option but then for people who would not know much about the global diversification because we are only looking at the mutual funds are direct equity route within India Could you elaborate a little bit or those who are uninitiated how they can go about investing in global markets and how does the global diversification works she Regulator India has been very very astute insulating people avenue ABS yes. The Indian government has made a commitment to Align itself and configured itself that the world economy that is more and more an openness towards convertibility and therefore even if you are an RV dealer investor today you can invest in a mutual fund which gives access to global equity. That's number one. The second one is that can also invest through the loudest route which is a little bit more cumbersome today but as time progresses will probably become more easier but the liberalisers scheme that the Reserve Bank of India has established itself as simple as opening an account with a bank and investing overseas tweet. Etf Auto Fund her than investing directly in stocks and one want may want to also look at clothing indirectly investing in stocks. Such as you know the bellwether Microsoft or apple or anything like that because at the end of the day these are a staple products now on the world and you have very very strong companies which can bear the the rat of any downside market risk. In fact that was my next question for somebody who is sitting on cash and other need that money far near future and who has a reasonably good risk appetite. What would be your advice to getting equities right now? No I think that is you see. You can have never time the markets but you know at times like this when the markets are down and you see that they're I inevitably good solid quality. Companies which are trading at substantive lower price earnings or price to book valuations and. I think that you know. There's no Hamad taking advantage of that. Because they're cash rich companies. They're solid positive. Cash flow their valuations of come down only because of sentimental reasons markets. Treason's it's a good opportunity to get back into the market at that point of time. If you're sitting on cash if you are already in the market then the advice would be to reassess portfolio and look at what other dogs in your portfolio. Who are the good ones and move and move more towards the quality element of the portfolio because of Quality Dogmas Alive Times legs in fact Mutual funds always present a a great opportunity to invest in Equity Markets Especially for people who do not have any experience in trading or buying the equities in the past. But you know choosing Richardson's always becomes a nightmare for those who invested is rightly said that the equity markets have fallen. It could be a great opportunity. What is the best way to take the first step? I mean somebody was never invested in adeptly install on-the-job funds but one to get into equities. Now see I think that the volatility facto is going to continue in the market. So you know I. I think equity investing is only for the brave and for long-term investors if you ever shopped on mindset and your quite uncertain in terms of Not Able to handle volatility. I would not suggest getting into markets at this particular stage. That's number one. If you have the ability to take a long view a five year plus view then. This would be another at that time to consider looking democracy. Mutual funds are good investment strategy. But it's not that anytime is a good time to invest. There are times of global volatility when you do not know the market will go down for the but at the same time you can never time down site. So it's very important that you are very clear about your horizon and your objectives and then review and then make an investment decision. So do you suggest the sap to this system matic investment land route to be taken for so for somebody who wants to start investment or you you feel that since the market's have crashes thankful invested in bulk. Csi Cheese are also relevant in terms of if you if you take her over the last ten years of investing if you take seven particular days out then your own. Investment will look like one of the worst investments. Ever need you know and similarly if you take five days out and look at one of the best investment decisions that were made so I think as AP's people are invested in various AP's over the last three years would be unhappy investors but then people investors over the last five years would not be so unhappy so I think it's a function of dying. It's also function of venues doctors. Sap USED IDEAS AP. Dave in the markets are thirty percent lower than worked. What a month ago and almost nothing has changed actually except that the world has gone and listen to Milton downside. Then three years from now you will be lot lot lot better off than somebody who went into the market last year. Who went in one hundred percent higher rate of the market? So I think that it's a function of where you start your sap and how long you continue it. Lest I hope people are listening to it under the expert understand. They're the ones of what you're saying. Now what would we advice to those people who do not believe in financial? Planning you know what lessons this uncertainty half or such kind of people. Cnn tell you there's a very basic common. As far as planning is concerned financial planning comes later. I think more bordered planning across the board. Because you know. There is a very basic strong connectivity but we education and Planning and it is on talked about planning for the future it may not financial. Planning is one element of your planning process whether you're planning to get married whether you're planning to have a baby but they are planning to the job. Everything every element has an element of planning to it and I think similarly around financial standpoint. It's Jalen important that one plan so that one can evaluate what are their goals. What are their options and how they can achieve those goals for the future? Because you don't plan you will never be able to realize what your objectives and dreams are for. Explanations are for the future. I think in in in these times when people have a lot of time sitting at home I think it's a good time. Go blind different aspects of life including influential planning so Sunday. We always raptor show talking about real conversations. Work is the kind of conversation ventured have a financial adviser and what is the importance in gender lobsters conversations of financial advisor? One has to expect more from your financial planner and adviser. This is not a time to be shy or to be quite. I think the more questions you ask more complete to get from your financial advisor injured his responsibility and harder sponsor ability to provide you with that. Because the more knowledge you have about how your financial adviser is recommending and what are the process of their recommendation is very very critical for your comfort zone so therefore I would encourage you and I would invite everybody. Who's listening to please do? Talk to your financial adviser more often than and not. Just forget about things and get as much knowledge as you can so that. You have the comfort to dissolve. If you're listening to this August now make a lot of what? Sanjay's advising and implementing suggestions to move from a life of pessimism to a life of optimism. Thanks a lot Sanjay for joining us in such a critical time. Thank you and thank you for keeping up the good work. Thank you thank you so much so join you soon. With another episode of real conversations lease they save numbers daily?.

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"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"Place for custody exchange. You know where one billion can take the child from the other because of lock down. Every they're facing this challenge should now They're struggling to figure this out and the child was I think He's about six to seven years. Old started asking questions from the mother who has adorned says because it was earlier smooth at eight two they could tell stories and you know Satisfy the jails university man now. The the cushions how much more deep overdoses anxiety and everything and then given that debord opinions are also additionally inches because of the logged on and they're not able to on the custody exchange so you wanted to ask that how does it impact the psychology of child who has no all either in a separation Albany ancient during the billions. It's important to I lowering the anxiety that Obama has and because we have The online platforms where the child can connect with the other parents. Who doesn't have the custody that he or she should be able to connect with each other even though they have to be staying in this manner so we don't deprive the child of the other band in fact make it a better move in fact connect with the other parent Through the social media or not social media Saudi the Internet platform and connect with the better. And I can see that there is a problem but then if you explain to the child I don't see that they don't understand in fact that unsung heroes they are. They're very who they understand. Many things very easily right testing I think of the the shoot onto his question and the guy was actually very well at the system. Pretty but I will assist you in connecting with your bed with the wherever the bed. In the father of the mother of and in fact it's also giving opportunity to the other parent to connect. Nc This as a little family unit. I see it very differently. I see very positive and friendly also so that they can probably live together for the spur of diamond and the Assad the south together. I think I think we just heard about this case of litigation into the notion that they've started Staying together because goupil and big ditch there. Lots of parents who started doing that. It's the just because we know that he's a Hito and yet talking about. There are lots of ban until Saturday doing that. And some of landed up with a better relationship saw. I see a lot of positivity there and your anguish and your anger and your host of behavioral goes away in such things and you become very close to each other. So let's take this as an opportunity which is Which is a silver lining. Not that definitely could be a silver lining. Let us hope for the best so much as always we cannot wrap the show without talking about real conversations in your view. What role does conversations play ineffective unconscious parenting? I think non conversations not conversations happy conversations just have to be there I mean how can you be in the same house with your child and not talk to him and be so angry with him for his small little mistake? We've all done mistakes. We shouldn't take away that privilege that the child has that my parents is is talking in my bed and disconnecting with me and You know must every fight become into a battle. Moi? Don't think so and let's just connect let's just greet each other and let learn to appreciate each other. We have to appreciate our children not beyond a certain point but appreciate them and also let them know where they're going wrong. They need to be doing that and I would say that. Don't get too harsh with them. Don't get to food with them. Because the more the harsh more the children are not able to take back and we have to sit and reason out and also learn to communicate with each other so communication is very big tool that is there between The child and the parent and conversations have to be the most so when you talk about the conversations and family would like to ask you about the teenagers. Today we see many of them look withdrawn and much less conversational than we used to be when we were young. What role you think. The parents and elders Los Complains just situation yes see. Teenagers have stopped having many conversations with their parents or their grandparents were staying in the same house in fact It starts off small so from the younger age. Only Leonardo seeing that. The children are connecting with each other. I think we need to region and the create certain situations in the house where the child is connecting with the maddened or with the grandparent or the extended family and We need to be open about it and get them to do certain chores in the house and not leave it to the helpers or the caretakers of the house to do simple chores like picking up glasses Elaine tables. I them in many things and it begins when you're small. It doesn't begin age. The conversations definitely have gone down and we don't know what to converse about in in fact. We are only talking about homework and video building. We're not talking novel things. We're not having a GOV session where that child Ville. If you're listening it now take note of what they explore. Distilling you so that you can become that Rockstar Perrin. That he always wanted to be with this. I wrap up this episode of real conversations. Thank you for taking out Dane. Stay safe stay happy and almost every month..

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"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"kant" Discussed on Real Conversations Podcast With Ritu Kant Ojha

"Come and it's you know. These are the ideas that we have to look into family member and and this high frustration tolerance as many kinds of components in it. You should be able to. You know Thal rate the the discomfort which is coming staying together or the discomfort because you have to do all the household work which we are not used to doing that house on work and also because You know you have some preconceived notions and there's some failure which is happening and using your perfect wasn't and you're not able to deal with the failures that you're seeing. There's a lot of distrust there so I have to be able to dominate this distressful. So the discomfort the distress at the end audience. Today deal with it. It's teaching us in fact while doing research on this topic I did speak to several couples and a common trait among them was the blame game so they keep blaming each other and then it escalated into a fight in some cases. They have not spoken to each other for days. Degrading counseling gobbles for way. Long Time how do you see this issue? And what would be ordered by his to such couples. What has to accept that we've been raised differently in both of us US differently. So I will have different views I will have different perceptions but interrelationships the kind of abuse that each one of us seeing is amazing. You know and How and where did we end up with this kind of various kinds of abuses the abuse? Not just physical. It's emotional abuse. It sits in various forms the sexual abuse. There's a lot of abusing on Savini to recognize what the problem is happening. And now where the interrelationship is. Their communication is so badly affected with each other. So that is stress. Because of it's because you're working from home and then you're uncertain of the financial situation which might be there so that uncertainty is also affecting our relationships and Anxiety then it shows differently so my suggestion is that each one of us has to rejuvenate from this newer system and the Ad Vian Manta. We have to reunite and I think it's an opportunity given to us that we start looking at the value system of women family before this. I think we used to run away from being in the house. We used to just love eating food outside. We used to keep at any given moment. We would want to run away from the home and You know not spend a lot of time with children. We do spend time but we were not spending the kind of time that we are doing now. Doing all kinds of things and going back to the older system commanders. Also a strange problem of which one comes across I remove it is a common problem wherein the mother spends more time raising the child and then demand fee ignored and this often leads to arguments between the mattered couples. What is your take as an expert on it? No it's it's a pretty common problem and See the woman who's had a baby. She's gone through a lot of chemical and hormonal changes in our buy in body and those chemical and hormonal changes are also leading her to you know take differently or behave differently and during that as the woman actually expects that there are many offered life. You know kind of understands that now. That word understand is not undestood. Way Do believe you know. That's where the issue happens and Now it is what we're seeing also is that both couples by both husband and wife. I actually undergoing a lot of stress when you have a B. as a man you need to put in some effort in reasoning with that child also and again it comes from the fact that how you would. He's done how you saw your one woman whether the man actually assists in the amazing of the Child Universe. So many questions that happen. Not If they don't sedan talk to each other about it and if I keep nagging my spouse it's never going to be the same like before and relationships go through changes at every time. Whenever there's a transition in any relationship it will go through a change in the changes actually also making us more and buildings related and it's also getting to be more tolerant and also makes us see things differently. See the relationship differently so a lot of us. Forget to nudge of the relationship. And the expect the spouse to behave in the same Anna if you sit and talk to each other things get resolved at communication channel needs to be open and also the husband or the father of the child needs to Put in some kind of an effort in raising the child so that the mother also sees this affection and romped from the father site was the child and they're softer feelings are going to come back. It's it's time for them to actually look into their own areas and not get angry at each other. We start bouncing at each other and become with our judgments and our preconceived notions. Okay so in that case what would be your suggestion for. A man could better nurture the relationship with giant and the whites the farthest contribution is in Is Many Ford is forced to make his life? Feel more comfortable in this newness in the body going through a change in this feeling that she has to breastfeed the child and also is not getting converted because patents get affected so the father's contribution is towards the life as well as to the own child and how the father also is helping and raising the child or assisting the money in that and tortoise both of them need to work on this transitory phase in the new face on not giving this bond nudging this relationships or relationship needs to be nurtured in many forms is like a large. You know the way you not plant and the relationship with the plant in the same way. It's a husband my relationship which needs to be nuts. I think that's a pretty valuable advice. Any suggestions for the married woman who might be listening. Some of them are accused by the husbands as the nagging complaining all the time. No I would agree that the problem is from both sides in all and women get very complaining and well to bury nagging. Sometimes you know and sort of the men do you know what is the quietest clarity of communication clarity rules that oil right. I am willing to be sleeping this time. And if the BABY GETS UP CANOE. Assist me or can you assist me while after change the diaper? I would want to to assist me. It's like the ice statements after we done instead of you born Buddhist acushnet statements after Galway. You know you have to actually look at the clarity of communication second. Some kind of validation of whatever's happening and I need to validate if I my husband is doing these things and I should be happy with that and learn to appreciate Ba- forget to appreciate each other and Miki pond looking at what is not dead rather than looking at what his dad and what. My husband is also wing for us. The only locate what? He's not doing foot us. Maybe the man doesn't have the skills to all of us. Don't have all skews. Let's build each other schools and I don't see that a blessing cannot doodoo many things. Let's be moral. Let's be more flexible and the person does it differently. But he's still doing the nets accept him the way he is. These are quite valuable suggestions and I hope that this Nossar of Abraham Demon them in the lives of this is a real conversation show and and how can we not discuss the role of conversations? It a happy metlife Subdued the smartphones the conversations even between couples have come down How in Baden does these Daily conversations and any tips you have fraud for the listeners of before we close today's episode set ready to greatly on on because of the smartphone. We are only dependent on the What'S UP MESSAGES. That texting and Disconnecting to each other with that and Forget that we need to actually sit down and have a cup session with each other or chat session a just enjoy small moments with each other. We've forgotten to do that But this lockdown is actually. You had a lot of couples. They've they've rejuvenated and they found the love differently now and that happy in that space that has been given to us because of the lockdown but if you don't have these face to face conversations the relationship the distance between the relationship is going to increase and wouldn't be able to enjoy each other's company beyond a certain time then and only connect with each other with small transactional conversations that Don's conversations. I dated most couples but also coupled with good times together. You know watching a movie together talking to each other Maybe when you are watching the plants you are connecting with your spouse and you're talking over there. How many of us actually sit down and enjoy a meal together? Let's not go outside the house to enjoy that meal which is made outside. Let's sit in the house and enjoy our meals. You know be forgotten to do all of those things so it's important to do that and just be happy how much Armenia fuss laugh at each other. We're happy getting people over to our homes and party but we just do. I just don't enjoy it. Made me a drink together or just a walk with each other and enjoy being in that physical space and that that'll also help us connect with US each other emotionally. So Lewis knows those people's awesome directly from the expert and I think that there's just requirement of mind Mundell shift which Kenner Earlier mattered late with this. I wrap up this episode of Real Conversations. Times a lot from taking out. Thank you for connecting with me. And it's June fun chatting with you or Israel conversations at the best conversations at any. Hope that you guys can adopt these suggestions in your daily lives. Stacey still have beat Dave..

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Your Favorite EarBuds Episodes

Feedback with EarBuds

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Your Favorite EarBuds Episodes

"We've been sending out this podcast recommendation newsletter for three years now throughout that time we've sent out one hundred fifty six emails one every Sunday Day and we recommended more than seven hundred. Eighty individual podcast episodes. Here are the episodes from within the newsletter that were the most popular among our subscribers measuring this by the links that were clicked. Most here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by me. Monday's episode comes from the Knowledge Project. Worked with Shane Parrish and is called Navarro. Ravi Kant the angel philosopher. It's one hundred twenty minutes long. This episode initially came from our how to improve ourselves list list curated by Jonathan Santiago in this episode Navarro Ravi Kant is the CEO and Co founder of Angel Est.. He's invested in more than one hundred companies including Uber Twitter. Yarmur and many others Tuesday's episode comes from you're wrong about and it's called. Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles. It's forty seven minutes long. This episode initially came from our explore the human psyche theme curated by Kevin Allison in this episode. Mike Tell Sarah about how the myth of meddling wives serves to exonerate. Terrible husbands digression include fifty shades of Grey Marie Antoinette and the end of the nineteen sixties this episode. We're sorry to say contains descriptions of domestic abuse. Wednesday's episode comes from the quote of the day show and is called Brian Doyle. People don't know we appreciate. She ate them unless we show it. It's ten minutes long. This episode initially came from our cultivate and attitude of gratitude. Week curated by Stephen Miller in this episode owed Brian. Doyle makes his debut for Thanksgiving episode. Brian reminds us that we don't need a special day to express our gratitude for the people and things we're thankful for and how important it it is to let the people around us know that we appreciate them Thursday's episode comes from just the beginning and it's called science fiction gets real. It's thirty two minutes. It's long this episode initially came from our object as subject newsletter. curated by Lindsey kilbride in this episode meet creators making work that explores the gap gap between science fiction and reality. Friday's episode comes from love me and is called falling. It's seventeen minutes long. This episode so initially appeared in our happy crying newsletter. curated by Taylor Zabloski in this episode after a whirlwind romance. Brian and Vanessa get married and moved to Kinshasa asa everything is going. Well until she shows up. It's a love triangle between the most unlikely trio plus a mother wrestles with feelings of resentment towards her newborn baby. Maybe those are the podcast recommendations chosen by me for this week's theme. Your favorite ear buds

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"kant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"kant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Life force Lorelai force the more she she she tries to fix them the which you cannot do the more the child feels intimidated and upset and guilty and go along with and giving my other the childish innocence how can I say about it giving the child this energy innocent energy to the mother who's going blowing up as an athlete passion in the face of the child and sooner or later the more he gives energy to her the less energy he can is slack that's it I who I am or tiger running off to a rabbit and a chat right the rabbit will run and run and run and Kant run anymore hand blown out of energy and have to lie down and be eaten by the alarm goes the wolf a child can give you so much energy he comment he cannot be he's giving something over the breathing system which I'm not equating but I know it's true the fact that he's given only energy means cannot is that he's been running a race and the energy of the frosty runs the less energy he can as soon what IT has to fall to the ground today is the relationship with mother and son our daughter who has a child that has asthma you are killing that trial your sucking the life out to that child I don't think that it might have happened to you lady you had the life you had that you had the nagging mother to making sure that you're doing the right thing when it isn't and creating conflicts in New and then you do to others what was done to you thinking that if I do the right thing maybe that he'd be up so she pushes actually more harder.

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"kant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"kant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The more she she she tries to fix in the which you cannot do the more the child feels intimidated and upset guilty and go along with and giving mother the childish innocence how can I say it better giving the child is an energy innocent energy to the mother who's going blowing up as an athlete in the face of the child and sooner or later the more he gives energy to her the less energy he can it's like a it's lion or tiger running off to a rabbit and the chart right the rabbit will run and run and run and Kant run anymore hand blown out of energy and have to lie down and be eaten by the alarm goes the wolf a child can give you so much energy he comment cannot be he's giving something over the breathing system which I'm not equating but I know it's true the fact that he's given only energy means is that he's been running a race and the energy of the frosty runs the less energy he can as soon but IT has to fall to the ground today is the relationship with the mother and son our daughter has a child that has asthma you are killing that trial your sucking the life out to that child don't think that it might have happened to you lady you had the life you had that you had the nagging mother to making sure that you're doing the right thing when it isn't and creating conflict in you and then you do to others what was done to you thinking that if I do the right thing maybe that he'd be up so she pushes actually more Honda.

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"kant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"kant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The more she she she tries to fix them the which you cannot do the more the child feels intimidated and upset guilty and go along with and giving my other the childish innocence how can I say it better giving the child this energy innocent energy to the mother who's going blowing up as an athlete passion in the face of the child and sooner or later the more he gives energy to her the less energy he can is slack that's lion or tiger running off to a rabbit and the cat right the rabbit will run and run and run and Kant run anymore hands or not NET and you have to lie down and be eaten by the alarm the wolf a child can give you so much energy he comment he cannot he he's giving something of the breathing system which I'm not equating but I know it's true the fact that he's given only energy means is that he's been running a race and the energy of the feisty runs the less energy he can as soon but IT has to fall to the ground today is the relationship with mother and son.

Kant
"kant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"kant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Life force a life force the more she street she tries to fix them which you cannot do the more the child feels intimidated and upset guilty and go along with and giving mother the childish innocence how can I say it better giving the child this energy innocent energy to the mother who's going blowing up as an athlete in the face of the child and sooner or later the more he gives energy to her the less energy he can it's like that's it I who I am or a tiger running off to a rabbit and the chart right the rabbit will run and run and run and Kant run anymore hand blown out of energy and have to lie down and be eaten by the alarm goes the wolf a child can give you so much energy he conned he cannot he he's giving something over the breathing system which I'm not equating button no it's true the fact that he's given the only energy means he's like he's been running a race and the energy of the frosty runs the less energy he can as soon but IT has to fall to the ground today is the relationship with mother and.

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"kant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"kant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Life force a life force the more she she she tries to fix them the which you cannot do the more the child feels intimidated and upset guilty and go along with and giving mother the childish innocence how can I say it better giving the child this energy innocent energy to the mother who's going blowing up as an athlete passion in the face of the child and sooner or later the more he gives you energy to her the less energy he can it's like a it's a man or a tiger running off to a rabbit and the chart right the rabbit will run and run and run and Kant run anymore hand blown out of energy and have to lie down and be eaten by the alarm the wolf a child can give you so much energy he cons he cannot he he's giving something over the breathing system which I'm not equating but I know it's true the fact that he's given oldies and he means is that he's been running a race and the energy of the feisty runs the less energy he can as soon but IT has a fall to the ground today is the relationship with mother and son.

Kant
"kant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"kant" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"More she she she tries to fix him the which you cannot do the more the child feels intimidated and upset and guilty and go along with and giving mother the childish innocence I'm gonna say it better giving the child this energy innocent energy to the mother who's going blowing up as an athlete in the face of the child and sooner or later the more he gives energy to her the less energy he can is like that's I who I am or tiger running off to a rabbit and the chat right the rabbit will run and run and run and Kant run anymore hand blown out of energy and have to lie down and be eaten by the alarm goes the wolf a child can give you so much energy he cons he cannot he he's giving something of the breathing system which I'm not equating but I know it's true the fact that he's given only energy means cannot is that he's been running a race and the energy of the frosty runs the less energy he can as soon but IT has to fall to the ground today is the relationship with mother and son our daughter.

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Stop Parking on our Property (feat. Randa Jarrar)

#GoodMuslimBadMuslim

02:45 min | 2 years ago

Stop Parking on our Property (feat. Randa Jarrar)

"People who don't know who you are. How would you describe yourself? I could describe myself like the way that people who hate me describe me or I can. Like some of my favorite hate mail things, I've been called a camel Kant, which I would love to be like, the name of my memoir, but I don't think my editor would be into it, 'cause name, I'm a fiction writer primarily. I also write non fiction. I've written a novel and a collection of short stories I teach creative writing at Fresno state, and I am also someone who likes to talk shit and cause problems on. Our favorite kind longtime listeners of good Muslim, bad Muslim, you know that we've given run a good Muslim award in the past. And then we that was a really beautiful day when I found that out, and then we stocked, you, and then I found on Instagram like renders, L, A, I'm needed maker, my friend, totally metoo was like, oh my God. And then we chase rundown favor. Yeah. In the same neighborhood. I love that. And then we became friends, and now she's on our podcast, which is how I feel like I want all of the good Muslim awards to happen like some awards, then I want them to become my friends. Absolutely. I would be so naughty. I would I would be giving them to like people. I thought were sexy. Oh, yeah. We haven't really done that. We've been giving mostly the good Muslim awards to women because I feel like women don't get enough platform. But women can also be sexy. What's that doing? The by one. Yeah. Yeah. They're totally just honorable reason I'm giving these awards. I love the idea of giving awards to Muslim people who usually don't get or words because I don't know. I feel like let's necessary. I agree that I'm so glad that you're on our show. And we've been having a lot of fun since you came to LA, which I'm really excited to jump into talk about. Yes. Either Mubarak aide Movado. We just finished the month of Ramadan. I've been really stressed trying to get back into things post Ramadan. Yeah, I got really sick the week after I'm done, then I was just like okay. I need to get back into being healthy and whatever's. Yeah. And I got like really upset by my family who spending time with over eat. Yeah. Boys happens. But how is your eve? My hate was really interesting because I was in Kuwait. So I went to Kuwait, the last four days of dawn, five days of done. Yeah. It was really interesting. We're the stores open all night. Yes. Stores were open mostly are only at night at one point, I was not fasting. I was on my period and driving with my mom and I started drinking water in the car.

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R. Kelly's Attorney's Claim He Cannot Read, Missed Court Appearance

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:08 min | 2 years ago

R. Kelly's Attorney's Claim He Cannot Read, Missed Court Appearance

"Kelly's defense attorney says charges against the singer need to be dismissed since he can't read Kelly was charged in a civil case for alleged sexual abuse. But he didn't show up for court. So his accuser one by the fall to his attorneys. Oh are saying that he was served papers in the case while he was in jail and since Kelly suffers from a learning disability. He didn't understand what those papers were all about. And therefore he didn't act on them. Yes. You heard that rights are Kelly is saying the reason he didn't show up to defend himself in court was because he can't read and I'm sorry that doesn't sound like a valid excuse. I mean, there's so many other excuses. I would have except. I don't know Google maps was down. So I couldn't find the courthouse or it could have been trapped in the closet. I couldn't get out. Yeah. Oh could just be like didn't wanna go because I thought maybe you'd put me in jail. Yeah. That's a good excuse. Surprising come publicly and say that he Kant read. Yeah. Although at least now we know how he got his name. He's teacher was probably like all right? Robert spell your name r. Yeah. I'm just gonna go with our our from now on.

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Homelessness in one of the world's most powerful cities

Correspondents Report

05:47 min | 2 years ago

Homelessness in one of the world's most powerful cities

"For a beach bum from Newcastle like North America correspondence Khanna Duffy, Washington's long winters are a chilling reality. But they can also mean life and death. It may be the most powerful city on earth. But within a few blocks of the White House. There is a crisis of homelessness at least seven thousand people have to bear that Washington winter without heating Khanna hit the streets to find out. More owes walking to work this morning in windstorm head down being blown around with my eyes full of grit from the streets. It's been a long winter with pole vortex and a steady stream of bad weather. If it was bugging me. How was seventy year old Warren, a cheerful homeless African American Deysi, local, I see outside the coffee stool holding up or being out here in one of those pretty hard because you have to wrestle with the elements. Sometimes it's Bourboule sometimes it's almost intolerable. So one of those really bad here a few weeks ago, we had the poll of Tex even how how did you cope with that? That was really cold. Well, I had to go through a lot of suffering out here in the col- stay as long as I can. And when I feel like I'm hype getting hypothermic or gross do frostbitten, and I have to leave, and that's how dealt with that way. Did you go roll? I went to a shelter for one night for a couple of hours that was pretty hard because shelters here not sufficient for living is inhumane of the people that initial inhumane, and they do a lot of crazy things that you really don't want to be around. So I try to void that as much as possible people with mental illness and addictions and stuff in addiction, mental illness, a lot of self despair, a lot of anger, so. Those things spill out on other people. And if you don't want to become a fraud that Govett, then you have to just try to bear around as much as you can in a rapidly gentrifying CD homelessness is a big local political issue. Warren became homeless in his sixties. The retied cook was lift bankrupt after an emergency hospital trip. His wife did not survive an-and unsheduled, he proclaimed himself. He didn't have insurance and things spiraled out of control in America. The safety net is full of holes that in an every day. Mishaps everyday misfortune. You know, you never know when it's going to knock on your door. And that's why notably optimistic rather than pessimistic because you're here one day, and you're living in a normal part of society and the next you find yourself in adverse situation, which caused you to change your thinking. And how it's changed. My thinking is I met a lot of people here that are homes I've never been homeless. And now, I see them from a different mindset before it's not lazy bumped you get a job. You know, why can't they do this? But life is not always that way. Warren's nine luckily, he's enthusiasm and blessings for the papal that poss- by him on what he calls his shift on straight. It's an attitude. He's kept up all through winter. And it makes me a little embarrassed. At my grumblings about the cold. The conditions are on the street are. Actually what you make of it. Probably like everything else in lot. Yeah. Yeah. Well, if you don't put anything in no deposit, no withdrawal. So you have to deposit. Something mind is the better part of my nature that I can rent it to the public looking for the better part of their everyone has shortcomings, and so I don't allow myself to become despondent. You know, because there's no one's fault situations occur, you know, and hopefully interchange DC's men Muriel bowser has a plan to in timelessness, but even a casual visitor to the CD wound notice the tainting Kant's. There's so many people sleeping rough. They stiff competition for the best corners for panhandling. And they divided up into blocks of time during the day. Warren noise, it'll be tough to break the cycle, but he's staying positive and at the very least another winter is close to ending will. There's not enough services as far as getting off the streets concern there available, but it takes on a receive it and tell a lot of people just give up in despair before they have a getting I feel like that sometimes, but I try to fight it and just bear it out eventually being optimistic. Something is gonna change and hopefully foot hopefully for the better because you always same in pretty good spirits when say in the morning. Well, that's something. I have to continue to teach myself. You know, it's not just about individually an individual this about a community. And so if I'm not in good spirits and helping aiding the community, then the community doesn't assists me, and that's not productive. And Warren my hands are getting really cold just holding the microphone out. He so you must be pretty Cain for it to warm up and spring to come as well. Oh care. Wait. I can imagine Kona Duffy they reporting from very chilly, Washington DC.

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Global eyes on encryption laws

Correspondents Report

05:34 min | 3 years ago

Global eyes on encryption laws

"Encryption has become a hot topic in parliament this week with the federal government's new laws designed to catch criminals who secretly communicate with each other allies last minute deal secured the passage of the new laws, and it's a move that subtracting attention from internet policy. Experts abroad are spoke to one of them to gauge he's views. Daniel Watson is the director of the internet policy research initiative at the message, she sits institute of technology. I think it's right for governments to be tackling the issue of how to do effective investigations in the digital environment. No question that's important to all of us. I think what is risky is. When government puts the interest of investigators over the safety of everyone who uses the internet and mobile phones. So can you elaborate on that what sort of weaknesses ov- owner abilities could come with these? If the strategy in government gets access to encrypted communications the government will now have a thirty two. To require communications companies internet companies software companies to provide assistance to law enforcement in conducting surveillance. I think there's nothing wrong with providing assistance. What I think is concerning is when that assistance becomes a requirement actually redesign the services that everyone in the world uses and to actually diminish the security of the services that we all depend on. Specifically, we've heard from law enforcement that they have difficulty when they encounter in cryptic communications. That is when the communications are the data that we use is scrambled. So that no one, but the intended recipients can access it. This is done obviously to protect users from all kinds of of fraud and abuse from criminal activity. It's designed to make sure the terrorists can't take over systems that we all depend on if. The power that the Australian government is now getting is used to weaken the security of an infrastructure used by everyone. Then I fear. We really will have been a situation where we'll have a disproportionate response to what is a real problem that that the police have, but we don't want to enable police to solve one set of crimes and create the risk of much larger set of crimes in tax. So what could the ramifications be for US-based tech companies then because essentially this is about a government challenging day K selling points, and that's being able to communicate in a secure environment. One of the most important features that computer hardware, companies smartphone hardware companies internet service providers offer is the ability to communicate securely to keep our banking information secure to keep our health records, secure to keep our family information, secure to keep proprietary. Business information secure. And if company that does business globally is all of a sudden told by the Australian government, did it has to weaken at security in order to do business in Australia. Then it may think twice about whether it's really worth being in the Australian market at the price of weakening at security, or frankly, incurring major expenses just to satisfy the regulatory requirements of one country among many and even terms of actually enforcing this. Is it a situation where a perpetrator could simply circumvent these laws bind venting a new form of encrypted communication. So in other words, alternative platform to what sap that Kant be traced. Well, remember this law does not prevent any citizen of stralia or anyone else from using the strongest encryption possible. So the police may demand that apple or Android? Loyd a smartphone provider create back doors for law enforcement to do surveillance. But nothing in this law will stop any either criminal or just security conscious individual from adding applications and services that provide extra security. So we do have to wonder how effective these provisions really will be a determined criminal or a determined terrorist. You certainly going to be able to go out onto the internet today and get for free services that will lead the capabilities that this law is designed to help the police work around. It's really important. I think for countries that respect human rights such as a stray Ilya to think about the kind of example that is being set and the kind of standard that's being established particularly with respect to the behavior of countries like China or Russia or others than human rights violators. If democratic countries decide that it's except. Able to reduce the security provisions that are available to all users can be very hard for us to resist those same kinds of demands from China from Russia, and they're going to be used outside the context of the rule of law in much more aggressive ways, they will will violate individual human rights in a way that I think we'd really be concerned about so we have to think about the global standard that we're setting here as well. And whether we're living up to the the values that we have then you want the director of the internet policy research initiative and to MIT.

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