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"kelsey warren" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

02:58 min | 5 months ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"Hope you enjoyed that insightful. And really informative conversation with sheldon and took something away from his episode. Now this was a different kind of gifts that we've had before because we focused very much on sheldon's creative process and he's mindset for riding character pieces which i think is something we can learn from an apply to creative endeavors in business too. I'd love to know what you took away from sheldon's episode leave a comment below the blog. Post which you can find that enough biz dot. Co forward slash sheldon shore that is s hike e. l. do in s h. I w all lower case all one word in over biz dot. co forward slash sheldon shore. You also find contact information there for getting in touch with sheldon as well as links to his website his social media pages and the other resources we spoke about in our conversation today. If you like this episode please do share it with at least two other people that it might help. It's your service to those people and tag in that chair. So that i can reach out to you with a special. Thank you surprise. Sheldon suggested the. We have a conversation with kelsey warren. A musician who has transformed his work through innovation on a future in over buzz podcast episode. So kelsey keep an eye on your inbox for an invitation from us to the of about podcast courtesy of sheldon shoal kunin again to the next episode of the inova buzz. Podcast where we've got more fantastic guests lined up including anna adams of wicked marvelous and brian jones of the platinum. Thanks for listening to this episode. Mike shaw you. Subscribe to the show to be reminded of new episodes. Free to subscribe review. If you even like. I'm like i'm asking you to leave a review because it helps other people find show biz dot. Co to join him marketing transformation community and a free gift. My team and i made for you. It's the marketing mazda mini class. We wanna give you everything you need to. Transform your marketing. Indoor human senate relationship trumka's whereas engine until next on on your stress from in his remember. Be awesome and keep innovating ahead..

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on Superman's Not Coming with Erin Brockovich

Superman's Not Coming with Erin Brockovich

05:26 min | 9 months ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on Superman's Not Coming with Erin Brockovich

"I think they're going to grab. That torch if you will of. Labors love and being united stick to it, and they're gonNA charge through and CR Dreams. Come to fruition for them as well. The, that's what I hope for it. That's why we do what we do. Well, I am again. So thankful for all your time and education and I learned some things today to and. We appreciate you very much. Yeah and I think the last thing that I want to go over. To the probably allow people are probably interested in this. It is the hot topic now. So what where are we at with his current legal process with this Lynch shutting down in on Bird but Kelsey Warren The CEO of energy transfers particularly said I. Think it was yesterday day before that he doesn't care what ruling they make. He GonNa, leave that oil and keep it flowing. So I hope I hope. Thing about that and don't allow him to continue just because as a lot of money to allow him to continue to do what he wants not to follow the law. So that was one thing. That was like you brought that up. And I hang up I'M GONNA I'M GONNA go look I'm going to go research that, and then you and I are I'm sure going to have another conversation Thank you for bringing that to our attention. Yeah, and then the last piece of it now is that they're forcing the corps of Engineers in energy transfer partners to do a full environment in environmental NPR state in which could take years it could take years. So Hall that fits in with our tribe now is now that we have a voice we have we have a say in how this environmental environmental impact statement is GonNa Affect Us. So there's a positive there, but also a negative for our people in a way where it's gonNa cost their tribal out of money. On you know to be able to come up with these plans and get the experts lined up into, be able to put it in black and white and get the legal process going just to Kinda give you a little bit of. A. Like a wild factor was when I was in council, we had three lawyers, right? And Angel. Had Two hundred lawyers on this case? Fallacy crazy. Old versus somebody I don't have money in the political system or even to the court system. So you know our tribe now is going to be able to be able to participate in this environmental environmental impact statement in our hope is that we do such a good job that it's going to take five six years to be able to do it. We can put so much information into it that you know the pipeline will go bankrupt in the won't be able to put any more oil through it so. We know and as we learn more about this and listen when there are rulings, all of us You know. WHO WILL BE Mr Kelsey Warren is above. The law and and one thing when you talk about. Here. You are with your three counts versus there two hundred you have the power of people in the power of knowledge. Standing with you. I think as we all wake up to do this us. and..

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:07 min | 9 months ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Um If we then cleared a hurdle Ah Tao's based energy transfer of 9% in one day this week. Dakota Access oil pipeline clears Hurdle to double capacity Right there was a new environmental group trying to shut down part of it, but, uh, they got Illinois approval. What I said on the market report that day is a city Remember Trump came to see Kelsey Warren here in Dallas. He did He flew in. Yeah, yeah, That was a few months ago. I wonder if that has anything to do with Illinois. Illinois is out of money, so Maybe they they could break some more in and put a little tax on there, and it's set other coffers. Right? Well it Illinois approved it so they can double capacity there that was part of the The difference Now, Money flow the money flow report. Let's look at that. So for the week SNP did get money flew in 3.8 billion, but it came from a big piece of that came from the tech sector as money flew out. Minus 2,000,000,002 billion flew out of the tech You could keep that Nazar 100. And healthcare was actually slightly negative for the week. I was surprised at that year to date positive. And Ah High yield sector little sell off their Um Ah, like 260 million in that particular E T F Ah, technology. Ah, the technology sector was sold off. Just surprised me because Russell 2000 look strong, but it had nearly a billion dollars. Come out of that F Russell 2000 Small stock Index. Yeah, probably. Bye Evaluation metric The cheapest has been against growth for Maybe 20 years. The small stocks not small value, but just small. Just this small. Very Yeah. Okay, So we have more particular on that next week about that so small in mid cap. Okay, Snap Right. Remember that we nicknamed it snapped face on, and it did rip people's faces off. But now 52 week high 42 bucks just is Just killing it. What happened in their earnings and they I am. I mean, the shares were up significantly. Um, apparently they've had a big move in adoption overseas in places like India. OK, Yeah. So So they yeah. And what the market cap went way up. Revenue was up nearly 50% 52%. Wow. Intriguing. I'm seeing I'm seeing the earnings per share still on minus 14 cents. They've never made money They're supposed to next year. They're $42. No, this says, minus 36 cents next year. They did make money in the quarter. That was the celebration, right? Okay, but Next year is supposed to be minus 36. They have consistently lost. Money since 2015 every year anyway, just just saying, I don't get it, and that's where valuations became unhinged. Southwest. We covered biggest loss there and you know they they want to keep the people on. So they're doing a 10% pay cut. Um And then American airlines going after it was 2.4 billion net loss. The gross number, I think was three Texas instruments really no growth in Texas instruments except in the share price. Okay? Yeah. This is puzzling. Ah, They've always done well on cash flow cash flow from operations 18% down. Um, that's that's pretty incredible that You're pricing t I near a record high. They slashed KPIX, though. Okay, well, for our tea, I clients you know, we have that scheduled harvest. This looks like a pretty good harvest point at 1 49 clients that allow us to Help him do that. It's a good time to analyse when to take profits on options and stocks and 1 49 looks pretty good. Based on this report. There's no growth. Right. That's that. That's price. I'm timeto harvest the fruit, OK will be, you know, with the earning season. Also, we got Proctor and gamble right here and That company about 8.5% respectable revenue growth. That's nice. Yeah, they did. Well, so you know, consumer consumer staples with were good place to be their gear. You can't even find oven cleaner at the grill. Be right back. Quick, break, start interrupting. Are you feeling pudgy? Hi Wass. I'm Spencer Macau and host of Net Worth radio and I did something about feeling pudgy, Advanced regeneration Cry a scan. They took the fluff off my flab blanches in just five treatments using the new cryo skin slimming and toning treatments. After three treatments. They put me on the brochure. And for those of us over 50, the cryo skin facial delivers immediate results, reducing wrinkles, toning the face and neck. Just.

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:29 min | 9 months ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Um If we Ah, then cleared a hurdle Ah Dallas based energy transfer of 9% in one day this week. Dakota Access oil pipeline clears Hurdle to double capacity Right there was a new environmental group trying to shut down part of it, but, uh, they got Illinois approval. What I said on the market report that day. As I said. Remember Trump came to see Kelsey Warren here in Dallas. He did He flew in. Yeah, yeah, That was a few months ago. I wonder if that has anything to do with Illinois. Illinois is out of money, so Maybe they They put brakes amore in and put a little tax on there, and it's set other coffers. Right? Well it Illinois approved it so they can double capacity there that was part of the The difference Now, Money flow the money flow report. Let's look at that. So for the week s and P did get money flew in 3.8 billion, but it came from a big piece of that came from the tech sector as money flew out. Minus 2,000,000,002 billion flew out of the tech Q Q. Q. The Nazarene 100 And healthcare was actually slightly negative for the week. I was surprised at that year to date positive and Nah. High yield sector little sell off their Um Ah, like 260 million in that particular E T F Ah, technology. Ah, the technology sector was sold off. This surprised me because the Russell 2000 look strong, but it had nearly a billion dollars. Come out of that. F Russell 2000 Small stock Index. Yeah, probably. Bye Evaluation metric The cheapest has been against growth for Maybe 20 years. The small stocks not small value, but just small. Just this small. Very Yeah. Okay, So we have more particular on that next week about that so small in mid cap. Okay, Snap writ right. Remember that we nicknamed it snapped face on, and it did rip people's faces off. But now 52 week high 42 bucks just is Just killing it. What happened in their earnings and they I am. I mean, the shares were up significantly. Um, apparently they've had a big move in adoption overseas in places like India. OK, Yeah. So So they yeah, and what the market cap went way of revenue was up nearly 50% 52%. Wow. Intriguing. I'm seeing I'm seeing the earnings per share still on minus 14 cents. They've never made money They're supposed to next year. They're $42. No, this says, minus 36 cents next year. They did make money in the quarter. That was the celebration, right? Okay, but Next year is supposed to be minus 36. They have consistently lost. Money since 2015 every year anyway, just just saying, I don't get it, and that's where valuations became unhinged. Southwest. We covered Ah, biggest loss there and you know they they want to keep the people on. So they're doing a 10% pay cut. Um And then American airlines going after it was 2.4 billion net loss. The gross number, I think was three Texas instruments really no growth in Texas instruments except in the share price. Okay? Yeah. This is puzzling. Ah, They've always done well on cash flow cash flow from operations 18% down. Um, that's that's pretty incredible that You're pricing t I near a record high. They slashed Catholics, though. Okay, well, for our tea, I clients you know, we have that scheduled harvest. This looks like a pretty good harvest point at 1 49 clients that allow us to Help him do that. It's a good time to analyse when to take profits on options and stocks and 1 49 looks pretty good. Based on this report. There's no growth. Right. That's that's price. I'm timeto harvest the fruit, OK will be, you know, with the earning season. Also, we got Proctor and gamble right here. Yeah. And that company about 8.5% respectable revenue growth. That's nice. Yeah, they did. Well, so you know, consumer consumer staples were they were good place to be there. You can't even find oven cleaner at the public will be right back. Quick break, start interrupting. I Wass I'm Spencer Macau and host of Net Worth radio and I did something about feeling pudgy, Advanced regeneration, cryo scan. They took the fluff off my flab blanches in just five treatments using the new cryo skin slimming and toning treatments. After three treatments. They put me on the brochure and for those of us over 50, the cryo skin facial..

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:34 min | 10 months ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"By one estimate, $11 billion will be spent on this year's election in you Imagine Let's take an interesting sliver of that the $87 million coming into the races from oil and gas companies, most of Republicans. But with polls showing strength for Joe Biden and some Democrats vying for Senate, fossil fuel companies appear to be hedging some bets now marketplaces. Nova Sappho joins us here. Democrats are getting a little more of this oil money. They are the numbers still vastly favor Republicans, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. That's a nonpartisan research group. 85% of Oil and Gas donations have gone Tio President Trump's campaign or to the Republican candidates and conservative causes. But Biden's campaign has also benefited. It's taken in about $900,000 from people impacts associated with the oil and gas industry and two of the biggest oil giants, Exxon Mobil and Chevron. They've bumped up their donations to Democrats. Compared to the 2016 election. Chevron has spent almost $5 million in this election cycle and 28% of that went to Democrats. Exxon has donated a little over $1.5 Million.41 percent to Democrats. Now these are some of the biggest oil companies, right? Can we also assume they're also the biggest donors in this industry? Well, the biggest donors favor Republicans. Chevron is one of them. But among the biggest of the big That's energy transfer equity owned by Kelsey Warren. He controls the Dakota access Pipeline. Remember that the subject of a coordinated protests by Native American tribes thousands camped out in North Dakota? Well. Warren's company is the biggest contributor $14 million. He's also a Trump supporter. He's reportedly given $10 million to just one pro trump Super Pac. And then there's Coke Industries. Of course, we all know that name giving $10 million and, of course, Charles Coke being a well known conservative donors. Marketplaces. Nova cell phone. Thank you. Data from the lender Sallie Mae finds the just 7% of college students are on campus. Attending classes in person. About half are being taught online on Ly the rest use a hybrid combination. And there's a lot of unevenness among campuses. Here's marketplaces, Mitchell Hartman. With the pandemic raging this summer. College administrators didn't even know how many students would pay tuition and show up for classes with her in person or online. Well, now, the numbers air in compared to expectations really not so bad. Doug Shapiro at the National School Clearinghouse Research Center, says college enrollments down just 4% compared to last year. That's encouraging that most students who were already in college have been able to stay enrolled despite the pandemic and all the online and everything else. But first year enrollment is down more than 16% and a community college is it's down by a quarter. Emily would want. He covers higher edit Fitch ratings. This is concerning and quite frankly surprising, given the easier access you have into community college in the lower price point would want, he says The decline likely reflects job and income loss among low and middle income households. She says many community college students depend on work to pay tuition. I'm Mitchell Hartmann for marketplace. Retail sales in the US rose by more than expected 1.9% in September, the fifth consecutive month of growth off that low in May. Markets the Dow future up 132 points now half a percent. The SNP future up 4/10 percent, the NASDAQ future up 7/10.

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:37 min | 10 months ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on KCRW

"By one estimate, $11 billion will be spent on this year's election in you Imagine Let's take an interesting sliver of that the $87 million coming into the races from oil and gas companies, most of Republicans. But with polls showing strength for Joe Biden and some Democrats vying for Senate, fossil fuel companies appear to be hedging some bets now marketplaces. Nova Sappho joins us here. Democrats are getting a little more of this oil money. They are the numbers still vastly favor Republicans, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. That's a nonpartisan research group. 85% of Oil and Gas donations have gone Tio President Trump's campaign or to the Republican candidates and conservative causes. But Biden's campaign has also benefited. It's taken in about $900,000 from people impacts associated with the oil and gas industry and two of the biggest oil giants, Exxon Mobil and Chevron. They've bumped up their donations to Democrats. Compared to the 2016 election. Chevron has spent almost $5 million in this election cycle and 28% of that went to Democrats. Exxon has donated a little over $1.5 Million.41 percent to Democrats. Now these are some of the biggest oil companies, right? Can we also assume they're also the biggest donors in this industry? Well, the biggest donors favor Republicans. Chevron is one of them. But among the biggest of the big That's energy transfer equity owned by Kelsey Warren. He controls the Dakota access Pipeline. Remember that the subject of a coordinated protests by Native American tribes thousands camped out in North Dakota? Well. Warren's company is the biggest contributor $14 million. He's also a Trump supporter. He's reportedly given $10 million to just one pro trump Super Pac. And then there's Coke Industries. Of course, we all know that name giving $10 million and, of course, Charles Coke being a well known conservative donors. Marketplaces. Nova cell phone. Thank you. Data from the lender Sallie Mae finds the just 7% of college students are on campus. Attending classes in person. About half are being taught online on Ly the rescues. Hybrid combination, and there's a lot of unevenness among campuses. Here's marketplaces, Mitchell Hartman. With the pandemic raging this summer. College administrators didn't even know how many students would pay tuition and show up for classes, whether in person or online. Well, now, the numbers air in compared to expectations really not so bad. Doug Shapiro at the National School Clearinghouse Research Center, says college enrollments down just 4% compared to last year. That's encouraging that most students who were already in college have been able to stay enrolled despite the pandemic and all the online and everything else. But first year enrollment is down more than 16% and a community college is it's down by a quarter. Emily would want. He covers higher edit Fitch ratings. This is concerning and quite frankly surprising, given the easier access you have into community college in the lower price point would want, he says The decline likely reflects job and income loss among low and middle income households. She says many community college students depend on work to pay tuition. Mitchell Hartmann for Marketplace. Retail sales in the US rose by more than expected 1.9% in September, the fifth consecutive month of growth off that low in May. Markets. The Dow future up 132 points now half a percent the S and P future up 4/10 percent. The NASDAQ Future Up 7/10 of a percent.

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on The Takeaway

"The oil industry was dealt a major blow on Monday. When a district court said the Dakota access pipeline must shut down by all fifth or an environmental review that could last well into twenty twenty one, the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and environmental groups have spent years opposing the pipeline, and that decision comes just days after the energy companies behind the Atlantic coast, natural gas pipeline cancelled that project after years of legal delays, Ellen Gilmer is a senior legal reporter for Bloomberg Law and she joins me now. Ellen welcome to the takeaway. Thanks for having me Tanna, so why the sudden turnaround in the. The Dakota access pipeline so Monday's decision was something that was truly years in the making. This is a case standing rock, Sioux tribe, the Cheyenne River Sioux tribe, and a few other tribes filed lawsuits back in two thousand sixteen, so they've been trying to fight this pipeline. Since before construction began, they were unsuccessful in stopping it on the Front End, but this district court in Washington DC identified some flaws in the permit that the federal government issued for the pipeline, and finally decided that the result of those flaws in the permanent shutting down the pipeline while the the government does another environmental. Environmental Review Ellen you said that they were unsuccessful on the front end, and I wanNA remind listeners that we're talking about if some may recall many of the protests that were happening at this Dakota access pipeline. Is that correct absolutely so a lot of listeners might recall back in two thousand sixteen thousands of people descended on standing rock Indian reservation in north. Dakota near this water body where the pipeline would cross, and that's really the area that's of most concern to members of the tribes. It's about a half a mile from the standing rock Indian reservation and there were people. People who were camped out there for months to show their opposition to this project largely indigenous advocates also of a large contingent of environmental activists and just other opponents of the pipeline, and so they were on the ground, doing this advocacy, and at the same time they were in court pushing back on the pipeline. They just didn't have have success in court until later. When it comes to pipelines like the Dakota access pipeline which go through native land, is that factored into the judge's decision? Are we looking at the sovereignty of that land itself as it belongs to tribal communities? So it's complicated. Dakota access does not go through the standing rock reservation, but it does go through historic land. And Central Homelands of the LAKOTA people in that case there are certainly tribal treaty rights involved in litigation, especially in regards to how the the pipeline could affect the water supply that the tribes rely on, so that's how that comes into play in that in that context, and the judge has required the federal government to take a closer look at how the pipeline effects, those tribal treaty rights to that water and to hunt and fish in that area, but the crux of of the decision this week is a little broader, and it's all about the National Environmental Policy Act, which is a federal law. Law that basically says when the government approves a big project, it has to look before it leaps. It has to look at the environmental impacts before it goes forward. It doesn't mean it can't have environmental impacts, but it means they have to be fully understood, and so the conclusion the judge made here was the Army Corps of Engineers, which is the agency that has jurisdiction here. The Army Corps didn't properly consider. All of the potential impact spins. Pipeline has existed prior to the trump administration I want to be clear with our listeners on that, and so these. This is an issue that's been. Standing under multiple administrations, but under the trump administration, many of these environmental protections and laws are either are being gutted or rewritten. What effect does that have a? If any on what you're describing here? which is the environmental impact that project could have I mean are those are those laws still in place or those recommendations? Still in place under the trump administration, all the laws are still in place. Place for sure what the trump administration is doing is trying to update various regulations which control kind of how these laws are implemented, so the trump administration is trying to streamline all of these different approvals. Environmental reviews especially for big infrastructure projects like oil and gas pipelines, and yes, the Dakota access pipeline was originally approved under the Obama. Administration back in two thousand sixteen, but the Obama Administration. Administration after seeing all of the tribal opposition to the project took a step back, and it withheld a final permit for the project and said let's take a closer look at this. When president trump took office, one of his first actions was to say no. We are definitely moving forward on Dakota access and also on the Keystone Excel pipeline, both of these are oil pipelines so this has. Has Been a big priority for the administration to just get these two projects through, and also to make it easier for all these other kind of projects to get built, and not get bogged down by the various environmental requirements that are laid out in in federal law in the name of transparency. We should also explain what the trump administration's relationship is to the company behind the Dakota access. Pipeline. Kelsey Warren the CEO of Energy Transfer, which is the company that built and operates Dakota Access Kelsey. Warren is a big trump supporter. has hosted campaign rallies for the President so they have a good relationship Definitely, the president is supportive of of Kelsey, Warren's enterprise and Kelsey Warren has been a big booster of the president's Policy Goals. This project at least will be under review until at least twenty twenty one, at which point we may have a new president in office, we may not We've just described how president trump is dealing with this. Let's talk a little bit. If we have a President Biden point. By Two thousand twenty, one has. He said anything about how he would handle these types of projects going forward, so he's been pretty explicit about moving away from oil and gas production on federal lands. I haven't seen as much about a specific pipelines but it's definitely something that. Court watchers and and policy watchers are are looking at in and thinking. If there is a Biden administration it would be maybe inclined to not grant any kind of final re approval of the Dakota access pipeline but it's hard to say right now. We should also note that it's possible. Dakota access and the trump administration could successfully appeal Monday's court decision and they could get. They could keep the pipeline operating and if the pipeline is still operating, makes it a little bit tougher for a future administration change, course still totally possible, but it changes the status quo makes it a little bit harder to just turn those valves off entering the oil off. Ellen Gilmer is senior legal reporter for Bloomberg Law Ellen. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you..

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on Westwood One Daily News Flash Briefing

"Country in the round table was over. It was onto the next for the president are short drive to the home of Dallas billionaire and known trump supporter Kelsey Warren. It was the president's first in-person campaign fundraisers since going virtual. Virtual during the coronavirus pandemic about two dozen people were invited at quite the cost tickets as high as five hundred eighty thousand dollars per couple I'm Clayton Neville in a clear pushback to president trump the Pentagon's top uniformed leader says he should not have taken part in the much debated. Walk by the president. Across Lafayette Park recently Bob Costantini has more in a prerecorded commencement address to the National Defense University General. Mark Milley declaring I should not have been there. My presence in that moment in that environment created a perception of the military involved in domestic politics. The photo op at the end of it all made millie. Uneasy General. Milley was in combat uniform as he. He walked over with the president. Defense Secretary S Attorney General Bill, Bar and White House AIDS. The movement was supposedly to see damage by vandals, the night before in Lafayette Park outside Saint John's Episcopal Church Milly walked through the park, but did not stand with the president in the now famous photo op that eventually led to the Bible holding by Mr Trump defense secretary mark s for who did stand with the president during the photo op that included Mr Trump holding up. A Bible has also expressed misgivings about the optics of the Moment Joint Chiefs Chairman General. Mark. Milley was in battle fatigues that evening, but did not stand in front of Saint John's Church. Still he tells. Graduates of the National Defense University he should not have participated in the walkover at all way who wear the cloth of our nation come from the people of our nation, and we must hold dear the principle of an apolitical military, really making clear, he believes the walkover was designed to show the president as tough on protesters while reaching out to his evangelical base, Milley's comments did get a thumbs up from Senator Lindsey Graham. Who is a supporter of Mr Trump but also defender of the military? The president was noticeably silent on the media front. Just as he has been with some of the off the reservation comments by Defense Secretary Mark S for Bob. Costantini Washington. Hey I'm andy. If you don't know me, it's probably because I'm not famous, but I did start. A men's.

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Institute Kelsey Warren of energy transfer partners Mike worth of chevron and Darren woods of Exxon Mobil I inform them that we will be making space available in the strategic petroleum reserve to let American producer store surplus oil that can be sold at a later time there's a tremendous abundance of oil I merrily because of the virus the virus is just stopped demand of everything including oil so we're working with a great energy companies use a great companies employed tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of people and they've kept America really going for a long time and no big price hikes no big anything and they just kept it going and now they got hit but with all the jobs and all of the good that they do we're going to make sure that they stay in good shape America is engaged in a historic battle to safeguard the lives of our citizens our future society our greatest weapon is the discipline and determination of every citizen just stay home and stay healthy for a long time we want them to stay healthy for a long time so stay at home this is ending this will and you'll see some bad things and then he goes he's a really good things and then it's not going to be too long we will heal our citizens and we will care for our neighbors and we will unleash the full might of the United States of America to vanquish the virus and with that I'd like to ask Mike pence to come up vice president say a few words and we'll have a couple of other and quick talks on a couple subjects we'll take questions and for Friday Washington DC and our country is a great place and we're getting better we're getting better very quickly this was artificially induced we just said they said close it down you have to close at the end we closed it down and we're healing and we're gonna get a better fast self Mike if you could.

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"And that's what I will always remember I can picture him right now on Steve's room on the pulpit and just leave them in song this morning a prayer vigil for John expected to take place outside the Dallas County courthouse where the former officers trial is getting under way the Robert E. Lee's statue formally on display in a Dallas park is a new home in a golf course along at black Jack's crossing along the along the Texas Mexico border official with Dallas based W. S. B. resorts and club still D. magazine the statue arrived at we heat is golf course early last week the course is owned by Dallas billionaire pipeline mogul Kelsey Warren monument was purchased by Dallas based attorney Ronald homes for one point four million dollars back in June after the Dallas city council voted to put the controversial monument up for auction just southwest of fort worth in hood county sheriff Roger deed says is on a mission to protect the second amendment meta ramped up debate over gun laws steeds has proposed a sanctuary county concept that tells residents the sheriff's office will not enforce any new state of federal gun laws impacting the right to bear arms they don't wanna lose their rights we're going to protect your rights WFAA reporting the proposal has strong support from judges and county commissioners vote on the proposal expected early next month Arlington police looking for the person responsible for abandoning a baby near a dumpster on tan oak lane police received a nine one one call around eight Saturday from a woman who says she heard a child in the container near the trash police say a crew had to administer CPR to revive the child was then taken to the hospital in stable condition. any information you're being asked to call crime stoppers the Dallas police department investigating the shooting of a transgender woman the other than avoid woman was shot late Friday night while walking in the eleven thousand block of Dennis road because of the extent of her injuries detectives weren't able to interview until yesterday she told them a Latin man driving a late model four door red Chevrolet pickup truck with large aftermarket rims pulled alongside her shouted a number of slurs letter and then opened fire hitting her several times in the chest she remains hospitalized this morning Dennis Martin KLIF news well the prime time Emmy awards have been handled handed.

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"You've joined us for the Texas black gold rush update this week. Alex. What I want wanna look at first is the report, US energy information administration. I got it right here. I got this one. Okay. What momentous event is on track to occur in twenty nineteen with regard to US energy and US energy infrastructure. Are you talking about natural gas, US primary energy production and natural gas? Yes. And well overall consumption versus production. So first comes the question, what is a quad, that's quadrille, Ian, British thermal units? It sounds like a lot of British allies. Okay. So the United States consumption a little over one hundred quadrille yen, British thermal units. Okay. Sounds like a lot production, almost one hundred and rising rapidly. Okay. So it's highly likely because this was twenty eighteen. All right. The US is capable of actual energy independence. Not oil. There's still a net importer station. I get that. Okay. But if you could include the natural gas liquids liquid natural gas, congratulations, United States imports and exports measured by the amount of energy, whether it's gas or oil. Actually, has the crossover point is likely this year. But it has you have to include natural gas natural gas liquid liquid natural gas. Okay. So that's the momentous event, and, you know, leading to what was the, what the analysts say about this Iranian conflict. So they think experts right? I think that if there's a skirmish in, in the strait of her moves or in the Persian Gulf, generally that you'll get one hundred dollars oil. So it could happen. Not something we wish for the first bullet fired in the Persian Gulf will push oil prices up to a hundred but uranian supposedly sabotage to Saudi facility. So let's and we didn't get two hundred on that. But I you know, I think if it does that, okay. You might want to sell something. Yeah. I think well, and I want to talk about the money flow and you can explain throughput and how that relates to consumption versus production on the investing scale. Okay. So money flow last year. Oguz from seventy seven to forty two essentially, right. And of course if I own the fidelity energy fund, I'm in a world of hurt all the way down. Right. Some sell Mafa -delity energy because alls going down. A lot of people did, and fidelity energy has an energy and for structure component. Right. They got Exxon Mobil, Oxy, you know, the big guys, but they've also got the energy infrastructure component. So I like in that to the baby getting thrown out with the bathwater based upon twenty percent total returns in a lot of the energy infrastructure this year. Right. Koenders just a monster. Yeah. Not a recommendation for your portfolio till you get a written plan and not without price risk. But thirty six percent so far this year, make it fifty two week highs. Yeah. So I had to do this, this week as an exercise, right? And it's doing it with fifty one dollar oil down from six. Six. Oh, you know, kinder- moves a lot of gas. So congratulations Cantu, rich candor left. Enron. He didn't like what was going on in Houston. Right. So candor because names, rich kinder-. I think that had something to do with it. And. And he actually did or legitimate company. Right. So I'm just he's one of the leaders and the, the other leaders of the industry numbers. Look, good Harrison updated the spreadsheets and overall, it looks like more progress than a lot of the growth stocks at this point, if we look at revenue and profit, still healthy, general Morgan wrote, rich, candor added a lot to his personal holdings in the past month and a half is well. He did. Yeah. Insider bar. You actually over there doing research this Graham. That is and kudos to Harrison Smith for the updated spreadsheet detailing what the pipes and the energy restructure companies look like year-over-year, one of the better boots on the ground reads, and is he Sanchez chief compliance officer has approved the disclaimer right to go with the spreadsheet. That's great. Yeah. There could be I mean you know, not data's not perfect, but this is the best. We think we think it's good. But you know something else we'll continue with energy in a second. But I wanted to cover part of a strategy. Right. So client calls up last week. I think it and he's like this looking bad right? Because Dowd went straight to twenty four eight hundred. It's he's like, what should we lighten up on? I was like, well, we like to raise cash after major rallies and. I like everything in the model otherwise would jettison did. But I went a little deeper it because the treasury bond prices are up so much the Muny prices are up. There was a rally, so I'm in and this leads to part of the client update here. Okay. Okay. So when the treasury's two percent bonds by definition in many cases are at premiums. Right. That's correct. So I ran in there to super Chuck Norris Steven Norris. I was like look at look at Larry's bonds and, and I don't care what you gotta do when you see a premium call a traitor. Get us a bid and harvest the premium because it's not going to be there, the next time the rate spike. That's right. And twenty twelve twenty thirteen. And where are we gonna put the money right now for the safety and income allocation? The just the vanguard money market is favored, and we don't even charge on it. You get to keep all two point three percent. That's not bad. I think it would be point two five. Now, maybe two point two it's going down. It's above to just say to, to say more than two. And it can change, but you don't have value at risk of loss. So that's where the safety and income component, which is customized to how much cash you might need, especially if you go by big O house, right? Talked to a real estate guy, you know, couple of real estate guys at the event this week, they said real estate. Good. So we're harvesting duration risk that now where is it that duration risk is overcome by discounts? That leads to the global high yield area, right? And what I look at the global high yield looks like we've got another year based on the fact that treasuries are not poised to compete with that asset class, namely, global high yield corporate bonds. Right. And but we've been selling duration risk a big part of that. Because you gotta get while the getting's good, we learned that in twenty twelve and then there was a rate, spike, twenty thirteen and we could buy stuff with duration risk. But bite at eighty cents on the dollar. That was that was good. But those were the good old days, but the high yield index this week, eighty six percent of par for the US short term corporate, high yield index, and a yield that's over twice the treasury. That's pretty good. Yeah. And globally. They're better discounts. The net yields available at seven percent. Seven percent is better than two percent. Alex, that's what they tell me. Yes. So the other place it's paying over seven in many cases, lots of them still over five percent is. The energy infrastructure. Now we've got a story by infrastructure stocks for their big dividends is Berens there. I, I give them a small award here. It is consistently the most boring financial publication that I get. But they have a date. They have some good stuff in there. It's always, because it covers so much. But let me read you a statement. Okay. Ben Morton it Cohen. Steers. Dividend growth for many infrastructure companies is supported by businesses that have predictable cash flows. These businesses tend to be regulated or concession based, meaning blow, an ex an example of the latter is a toll road. Okay. And that's that was it. Because if you can get seven percent dividends or close to it, that's better than two and over a ten year period that's fifty percent better than sitting in a treasury for part of the portfolio. And so here the exercise that had to do this. Expecter okay. We had a little divergence right from energy from what the market was doing earlier in the week. So I was like let me go back and look at all these infrastructure company. You I've found. They look good. Okay. Good. Saying put it out there when when when when all hell was breaking loose. Yeah. Yeah. That was that was week week before this one. Okay. All right. Kelsey warren. All right. Famous great business leader of energy transfer. Yeah. Okay. I. Okay. I didn't know this, but pipelines need power. They use pumps best. I can tell. Yeah. All right. Tells what Kelsey is up to. They are going to be using some solar energy. They got plenty of natural gas whether needs I, I guess, I guess solar is better apparently for permit operations. Well, it's out there got a lot of sun Canadian solar will supply solar energy to oil and gas pipeline company energy transfer innocence project in the Permian. I ever dedicated solar contract that energy transfer his side. So that, that okay they're they're they're coming together. Okay. Let's do the last break before the grand finale, and we'll finish up energy.

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Kelcy Warren's next frontier? Energy Transfer opens first office outside U.S.

Bloomberg Businessweek

05:16 min | 2 years ago

Kelcy Warren's next frontier? Energy Transfer opens first office outside U.S.

"For longtime. It was the pipeline company that no one had really heard of until it wasn't enter the Dakota Access pipeline. And it's owner energy transfer in the feature section more on this coming thanks to reporter, Devon, Leonard. So tell us about this company because you're right. This one I feel like we talk about on a regular basis. No. That's the thing. This is a story all about Kelsey Warren. He's a CEO and chairman of energy transfer and basically energy transfer part of this whole sort of corporate empire. You had a pipeline empire. Says any chance for equity? Sonoko combined. Energy transfer as of October. But basically, you know, a lot of generically named named companies people pipelines. On the ground. What's in them? Maybe some crude oil that nobody necessarily right? Just because you can make a lot of money at the cash cab business, basically, he became one of the world's richest men. At the height of the oil, boom, you know, two-three who's worth seven billion dollars pipeline. A lot of business in Texas. Oklahoma places like that where people, you know pipeline. So a business. Hey, come on his part of our, you know, we get it. Right. That's our industry. It's part of our local fabric and everything but then as the shale revolution took off. And you know, they're finding, you know gas oil in places like Pennsylvania, Ohio and also in North Dakota. He sort of building up there, which of course is. Makes sense not enough pipelines. There's ton of oil. They gotta get it out of their right, but northeasterners cranky. Pushback say, you ran into some pretty cranky people in North Dakota two and all of a sudden entity transfers business wasn't so much funding because you actually start your piece I think he was testifying right? And what was going on? Well, the shareholders shareholders shareholders lawsuit. And basically they were saying that the shareholders saying they were cut out of a deal engine transfer issued shares privately to warrant a much insiders, and they got sort of guarantees distributions protected, whereas the record shareholders didn't. But in the midst of that Warren's talks his projects, and that's why I wrote about the talking about how hey we're game changers. Nobody's built more of them in the US that we have, and you know, and bragging about all the stuff. Kind of fun. But at the same time conceding that well to access. I got a little bit of fame, and almost almost like, you know, kind of cringing over that. He's an interesting. Why are you biting about this guy now and this company now because one of warrants arguments has been that we're doing nothing wrong? Our problems are being caused by environmentalists who basically just don't like us because they want to keep oil gas in the ground, you know, climate change reasons, but. And they're making up all the stuff about the spreading misinformation about this. And he literally energy transferred, father federal racketeering suit. In late two thousand seventeen against Greenpeace environmentalists saying just that the problem, though, is that as a moving into all these other states. The people were pushing back aren't environmentalists. There landowners homeowners. And then environmental officials in states like like, Ohio, which is you which he knows control by Republicans, and in Pennsylvania, where they've been very supportive the wholesale boom in the Marcellus shale fields. And as you say homeowners and also right now facing multiple criminal investigations from Republican DA's in some counties outside of Philadelphia. So I mean to say this is all this is all being cooked up by a bunch of greedy. That's just not true. But it's kind of fascinating snapshot into this kind of individual company where do we stand that with with the shareholder suit? And. You know, one shareholder suit in basically judge refused to overturn the private share issue. They've been a couple of projects that they were. They were under fire on the could access as one the Rover pipeline in the midwest. Another dappled Dakota Access is come online Rovers come online to they're they're still having problems of Pennsylvania, and they're facing criminal investigation. So he wishes that they were kind of more unknown. Interesting debate will really where we are. Now where we are. Now is that you know in February. Warren finally said, hey, we've made some mistakes dead. Yeah. The conference call. So so I mean, maybe maybe that's the beating of something. Because because I think a lot of people people would say smart guy, really great dealmaker, but to give and that's gotten the company

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg BusinessWeek with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio for longtime. It was the pipeline company that no one had really heard of until it wasn't enter the Dakota Access pipeline and its owner energy transfer in the feature section more on this company. Thanks to reporter, Devon Leonard. So tell us about this company because you're right. This the one I feel like we talk about on a regular basis. No. That's the thing is this is a story all about Kelsey Warren. He's the CEO and chairman of energy transfer, and basically energy transfer sort of part of this whole sort of corporate empire you had a pipeline empire. And there was an inch partner says any chance for equity the subsidiary called Sonoko say combined much this another just energy transfer as of October. But basically, you know, a lot of generically name named companies people pipelines underground, what's in the crude oil. That nobody necessarily right or Carol. Just because you can make a lot of money. It's a cash cow business. Basically, he became one of the world's richest men. Eight at the height of the oil, boom, you know, two or three years ago whose worth wasn't seven billion dollars pipeline. Yeah. Yeah. Business was in Texas. Oklahoma places like that where people, you know, pipeline so business. Hey, come on. It's part of our, you know, we get it. Right. That's our industry. It's part of our local fabric and everything but then as the sale revolution took off. And you know, they're finding you know gas and oil in places like Pennsylvania, Ohio and also north North Dakota. He started building up there, which of course, makes sense. It's not enough pipelines. There is a ton of oil. They gotta get it out of their right, but northeasterners cranky. Pushback. I guess you could say you ran into some pretty cranky people in North Dakota two and all of a sudden energy transfers business. Wasn't so much fun. What happened because you actually start your piece? I think he was testifying right? And what was going on? Well, the shareholders shareholders shareholders lawsuit. And basically they were saying that the shareholders saying they they were cut out of a deal, and you transfer issued shares privately to a bunch of war into much insiders. And they got sort of guarantees the distributions see protected, whereas the record shareholders didn't. But in the midst of that Warren's talks about all his projects. And that's why I read about the but talking about how hey, you know, we're our pipe wiser game changers. Nobody's built more of them in the US that we have. And you know, and just you know, bragging about all the stuff, you know. That's kind of fun. But at the same time he sort of conceding that well to code access. I got a little bit of fame, and almost almost like, you know, kind of kind of cringing over that. He's an interesting. Why are you writing about this guy now in this company now because one of warrants arguments has been that we're doing nothing wrong? Our problems are being caused by environmentalists who basically just don't like us because they want to keep oil and gas in the ground, you know, for climate change reasons, but in and they're just making up all the stuff about the spreading misinformation about this. And he literally energy transferred father federal racketeering suit in late two thousand seventeen against Greenpeace environmentalists. You know, saying just that the problem, though, is that as a moving into all these other states, the people who are pushing back aren't environmentalists their, you know, their donors homeowners, right? And then, you know, environmental officials in states like like, which is which is controlled by Republicans, and in Pennsylvania, where they've been very supportive, you know, the whole shale boom in the Marcellus shale fields and all that stuff. And as you say homeowners, and also, you know, right now, you know, they're facing multiple criminal investigations from Republican DA's in some counties that's outside of Philadelphia. So I mean to say this is all this is all being cooked up by you know, by by play a bunch of greedy. That's just not true. But it's kind of fascinating snapshot into this kind of individual and company where do we stand that with with the shareholder sued? And did you really, you know, one the shareholder suit in basically judge refused to return the private share issue. There've been a couple of projects that they were. They were. The fire on Dakota Access is one the Rover pipeline in the midwest was another dappled Dakota Access is come online Rovers come online to they're they're still having problems in Pennsylvania, and they're facing criminal investigation. So yeah, I mean, he wishes that they were kind of more unknown. Interesting debate. Will here's really where we are. Now where we are. Now is that you know in February. Warren finally said, hey, we've made some mistakes dead. Yeah. In a conference call. So so I mean, maybe maybe that's the beginning of something. Because because I think a lot of people people would say smart guy, really great dealmaker, but to give right and that's gotten the company into trouble. So that's Devin Leonard our reporter, and it was interesting. This is a pipeline company. Not one that we talk about every day energy transfer nor CEO, but it is certainly front and center now, and she is front and center right now. Absolutely. And you think about the twists and turns of the energy market and people have come to the fore faded away..

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"This is Bloomberg BusinessWeek with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio for longtime. It was the pipeline company that no one had really heard of until it wasn't enter the Dakota Access pipeline and its owner energy transfer in the feature section more on this company. Thanks to reporter, Devon Leonard. So tell us about this company because you're right. This the one I feel like we talk about on a regular basis. No. That's the thing. This is a story all about Kelsey Warren. He's the CEO and chairman of energy transfer, and basically energy transfer sort of part of this whole sort of corporate empire you had a pipeline empire. And there was there's energy transfer partners says any chance for equity a subsidiary Sonoko combined too much energy transfer as of October. But basically, you know, a lot of generically named name companies people pipelines. Underground what's in them? Maybe it's crude oil that nobody necessarily right or. Just because you can make a lot of money. It's a cash cow business. Basically, he became one of the world's richest men at the height of the oil, boom, you know, two or three years ago. He was worth more than seven billion dollars pipeline. A lot of business was in Texas. Oklahoma places like that where people, you know, pipeline so business say come on. It's part of our, you know, we get it. Right. That's our industry. It's part of our local fabric and everything but then as the shale revolution took off. And you know, they're finding you know gas and oil in places like Pennsylvania, Ohio and also in North Dakota. He started building up there, which of course, is, you know. Makes sense. It's not enough pipelines. There is a ton of oil. They gotta get it out of their right? But north easterners cranky. Pushback. I guess you could say you ran into some pretty cranky people in North Dakota two and all of a sudden energy transfers business. Wasn't so much funding. What happened because you actually start your piece? I think he was testifying right? And what was going on? Well, the shareholders shareholders shareholders lawsuit. And basically they were saying that the shareholders saying they they were cut out of a deal energy transfer issued shares privately to budge at war and into much insiders. And they got the guarantees the distribution see protected, whereas the record shareholders didn't. But in the midst of that Warren's talks about all his projects. And that's why I read about the talking about how hey we're our pipe game changers. Nobody's built more of them in the US with them that we have. And you know, and just you know bragging about all the stuff. Kind of fun. But at the same time conceding that well Dakota Access. I got a little bit of fame, and almost almost like, you know, kind of kind of cringing over that. He's an interesting. Why are you writing about this guy now and this company now because one of Warren's arguments has been that we're doing nothing wrong? Our problems are being caused by environmentalists who basically just don't like us because they want to keep oil and gas in the ground. You know for climate change reasons, but in there. They're making up all the stuff about the spreading misinformation about this. And he literally energy transferred, father federal racketeering suit. In late two thousand seventeen. Against Greenpeace environmentalists. You know, saying just that the problem, though, is that as moving into all these other states, the people who are pushing back aren't environmentalists, their they're landowners homeowners, right? Sued and really. You know, one the shareholder Suday name. Basically judge refused to overturn the private share issue. There have been a couple of projects that they. They were they were under fire on the could access as one the Rover pipeline in the mid west was another dappled Dakota Access is come online Rovers come online to they're the they're still having problems in Pennsylvania in facing criminal investigation. So yeah, I mean, he wishes that they were kind of more unknown. Well, the interesting to be. We'll here's really where we are. Now where we are. Now is that in February? Warren finally said, hey, we've made some mistakes dead. Yeah. A conference call. So. So I mean, maybe maybe that's the beginning of something. Because because I think a lot of people people would say, you know, smart guy, really great dealmaker, but to aggressive, right, and that's gotten coming into trouble. That's Devin Leonard our reporter. And it was interesting. This is a pipeline company. Not one that we talk about every day energy transfer nor CEO, but it is certainly front and center now, and he is front and center right now. Absolutely. And you think about the twists and turns of the energy market and people have come to the fore faded away. It's a boom and bust business, but certainly much more in the spotlight these days. You're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek coming up the CEO's guide to taking risks that grow companies are new strategy section. This is Bloomberg. It may not be stomach issues for me. It's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms, but could never figure it out. No matter what I did. They never went away. So I decided to break down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms. We discovered that execution pancreatic insufficiency or API may be the reason for my stomach issues EP.

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Oil rally well about I'm not going to call it a rally. Call it a bounce. I agree with that. What do we got on this subject? Yeah. Oil bouncing back hitting a low. No, I'd say low forties, but fully retracing this last move so training around fifty to about this week. But. It's been the biggest move up in the last seventeen months. Okay. That that's a rebound. And you know, what was interesting is the deflation report when I was about to do my market report. Friday, seven thirty the data comes out. What was inflation minus point one percent? That's deflation. Okay. What's the fed worried about? Well, that's a good question. Right. I mean, if you look at if you look at where the bond markets are pricing. What's going to happen with the fed the fed done for a while? It seems like. Yep. That's that that's done. But it also makes high cash flow investments attractive and one of the things. One thing is I'm gonna talk about is how to build a portfolio that pays ten thousand a month twenty thousand a month thirty thousand a month. We actually have a guy making over two hundred grand a month net after fees dividends and interest. Yeah. It takes a lot of money that earned that. But the benchmark benchmark retirement portfolio, which we're going to spend a lot of time at twenty nineteen focusing on. How do you get and our audience business leaders more fluid? I get that. And you know, one of the things I step. I step number one is how do you create a portfolio that pays ten thousand a month and reliable dividends and interest? Right. Okay. Which it will change over time. How do you create that with gains that can exceed inflation logically backed by research? And so if you focus on that goal, I want I want to build a portfolio, I that will pay me ten a month. So that I've got money to go to WalMart, and I can pay my bills. And then it's my it's my my choice. Whether I go to work or not. So that ten thousand a month. It's about a two million dollar portfolio right now, we've got a lot more choices that are actually paying more than that. So we've got portfolios that have topped that Mark that are just over a million and a half, and then the three million dollar portfolio that pays fifteen thousand a month. That can be reached with less money in the current market. Not without price risk to pay tribute to a high cash flow investments, do fluctuate what we what we've demonstrated over time is that can work to the benefit of decline. If your patient you can reinvest until you need the income, or if you don't need it all you reinvest the rest in that part of the returns, more reliable. So. Oil extending its rally. That's longest rally in seventeen months. I thought the rally to seventy seven would have been considered a longer rally just just as a. Just seemed longer to me. But that's the date the dates that get picked out in these headlines. Are I find interesting? Okay. That's yeah. Well that that's Bloomberg. It's our job to give him a bozo. Anna, sir. John award once in a while this anyway. That's key to have this. Awesome insight. Saudi Arabia will continue to be the decisive factor for the markets this year, just as they were last year. I say the biggest thing is US is now a net exporter of oil after having imported as much as fourteen million barrels a day at the peak. That's huge. That's huge cash. Flow coming into the United States. Yeah. And one of those boom areas probably the next ten years. This is a vision because I don't like speculating and highly cyclical oil companies. Or highly cyclical companies I want regular income in something that's going to be worth more than five years. Ten years, right? And what category is a global boom. The next ten years natural gas and liquid natural gas. I got I found this story in the seeking alpha. Right. Pretty good research source energy transfer completing contemplating huge LNG export project. Okay. But they announced it now Kelsey Warren. He's he's up there presence center, but he likes to get headlines, and he pre-announced that he thinks he can get this done. He has a lake Charles facility is going to reverse it just like Chenier project. Right. Were they reverse the liquid natural gas. Now, it's going out the door and sneers make it a lot of money on it. A lot of money on and shell is one of the partners in the lake Charles facility. Ironically, it's run by their China division. Interesting. Yeah. So I guess that means China either big customer. Since I mean, they are the. They are the biggest growth market for Ellen g that's true. And you can't because you can't burn coal in the house anymore. Right. You gotta have a different source of energy natural gas is cheap clean alternative to Branko. Jeez. Rule. You can't burn coal if you're a chinaman. And so all those chinamen running those dangerous liquid natural or natural gas pipes across the front yard that's dangerous. But anyway. I'm sure they'll work it out. But it is a boom and moon by Tokyo Latin America, ironically, the first liquid natural gas ship method Chenier did went out on a boat and the Chinese outbid and the boat turned into ocean change directions said, no, yeah. Right of first refusal worst, China, not Latin America. So that kind of tells you where things are going, and what are the other events this quarter that relates to that? Because everybody says, oh, what about the trade wars not going to buy anything from the United States because the orange guy tweets a lot? So. But, but I think gee, and Trump appear to be on their way to photo op that they want before March first their self imposed deadline. There you go. And you know, what's, you know? What's frustrating me? What's that? Every time. I'm doing the market report. I'm going over all the headlines and stuff every wiggle. And the Dow they they try to attribute it to some trade war headline. It's like there's a lot more reasons. People buy and sell stuff, then then trade negotiations, okay? Which is why people tune into net worth radio because we don't we're not lazy. Journalists not that. All journalists are laser some of them are really good anyway. All right. We're gonna take a quick break. Get to net worth radio dot com for the charts and graphs the intelligence this week. We.

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"About I'm not going to call it a rally at a call. It a bounce. I agree with that. What do we got on this subject? Yeah. Oil bouncing back hitting alone, though. I'd say low forties, but fully retracing this last move so trading around fifty to about this week. But it's been the biggest move up in the last seventeen months. Okay. That's a rebound. And you know, what was interesting is the deflation report when I was about to do my market report. Friday, seven thirty the data comes out. What was inflation minus point one percent? That's deflation. Yep. Okay. What's the fed worried about? Well, that's a good question. Right. I mean, if you look at if you look at where the bond markets are pricing. What's going to happen with the fed the fed done for a while? It seems like yeah. That's that that's done. But it also makes high cash flow investments attractive in one of the things one. The things I'm going to talk about is how to build a portfolio that pays ten thousand a month twenty thousand a month thirty thousand a month. We actually have a guy making over two hundred grand a month net after fees dividends and interest. Yeah. It takes a lot of money that earned that. But the benchmark benchmark retirement portfolio, which we're going to spend a lot of time at twenty nineteen focusing on. How do you get and our audience to be business leaders more fluid? I get that. And you know, one of the things I step. I number one is how do you create a portfolio that pays ten thousand a month and reliable dividends and interest? Right. Okay. Which it'll change over time. How do you create that with gains that can exceed inflation logically backed by research? And so if you focus on that goal, I want I want to build a portfolio, I that will pay me ten month. So that I've got money to go to WalMart, and I can pay my bills. And then it's my it's my my choice. Whether I go to work or not. So that ten thousand a month. It's about a two million dollar portfolio right now, we've got a lot more choices that are actually paying more than that. So we've got portfolios that have topped that Mark that are just over a million and a half, and then the three million dollar portfolio that pays fifteen thousand a month. That can be reached with less money in the current market. Not without price risk got to pay tribute to a high cash flow investments, do fluctuate what we've we've demonstrated over time is that can work to the benefit of decline. If your patient you can reinvest until you need the income, or if you don't need it all you reinvest the rest in that part of the returns, more reliable. So. Oil extending its rally. That's longest rally in seventeen months. I thought the rally to seventy seven would have been considered a longer rally just just as. Just seemed longer to me. But that's the date the date that get picked out in these headlines. Are I find interesting, okay? That's yeah. Well that that's Bloomberg. It's our job to give them a bozo. Anna, sir. John award once in a while this anyway. That's key to have this. Awesome inside Saudi Arabia will continue to be the decisive factor for the markets this year, just as it were last year is say the biggest thing is US is now a net exporter of oil after having imported as much as fourteen million barrels a day at the peak. That's huge. That's huge cash. Flow coming into the United States and one of those boom areas probably the next ten years. This is a vision because I don't like speculating and highly cyclical oil companies. Or highly cyclical companies I want regular income in something that's going to be worth more than five years. Ten years, right? And what category is a global boom. The next ten years natural gas and liquid natural gas. I gotta I thought I found this story in the seeking alpha right? Pretty good source energy transfer completing contemplating huge Ellen g export project. Okay. But they announced it now Kelsey Warren. He's he's up there present center, but he likes to get headlines, and he pre-announced that he thinks he can get this done. He has a lake Charles facility is going to reverse it just like Chenier project. Right. Were they reversed the liquid natural gas. Now, it's going out the door and sneers make it a lot of money on it. Right. The money and shell is one of the partners in the lake Charles facility. Ironically, it's run by their China division. Interesting. Yeah. So I guess that means China be their big customer. Since I mean, they are the. They are the biggest growth market for Ellen g that's true. And you can't because you can't burn coal in the house anymore. Right. You gotta have different source of energy natural gas is cheap clean alternative to bread. You. Now jeeze rule. You can't burn coal if you're a chinaman. And so all those chinamen running those dangerous liquid natural or natural gas pipes across the front yard nets dangerous. But anyway. I'm sure they'll work it out. But it is a boom and moon by Tokyo Latin America, ironically, the first liquid natural gas shipment that Chenier did went out on a boat and the Chinese outbid and a boat turned into ocean change directions. Said no it went. Yeah. Right of first refusal worst, China, not Latin America. So that kind of tells you where things are going, and what are the other events this quarter that relates to that? Because everybody says, oh, what about the trade wars not going to buy anything from the United States because the orange guy tweets a lot? So, but, but I think gee, and Trump appear to be on their way to the photo op that they want before March first their self imposed deadline. There you go. You know, what's, you know? What's frustrating me? What's that? Every time. I'm doing the market report. I'm going over all the headlines and stuff every wiggle. And the Dow they try to attribute it to some trade war headline. It's like there's a lot more reasons. People buy and sell stuff, then then trade negotiations, okay? Which is why people tune into net worth radio because we don't we're not lazy. Journalists not that. All journalists are laser some of them are really good anyway. All right. We're gonna take a quick break. Get to net worth radio dot com for the charts and graphs the intelligence this week. We will.

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"About the pipeline i've never met the man you've never met him you know but he's invested in you and your invested in him well i wish him well and helped the united states of that leaks righted doesn't help the people who live downstream i'm not going to win that argument with you because pipeline to do leake it's rare i think the chances of this type by leaking is extremely remote all of us are going to go away once or done absolutely what a sort of protest they are determined to stop your project they will not stop our project last night they're not stopping are project that's a warren and oh of energy transfer partners which owners a dakota access pipeline i chairman day margin about that right in your ladder response if dap bowl a successful in constructing in operating the pipeline the tribe _o_c to shut the pipeline operations down he says he won't stop but what he said you think could i am a what what is all fortunate is the when i visited it what kelsey warren and i shared with him i don't know why we are concerned and and all the wrong is that took place to honor people he agreed but this pipe when should not to go there this pipe when should not be there and if you knew they information prior the to any of the school being he would be he would every route of that so he knows that he understands why we resist of an and he has no and we he understood that we're going to move forward what by resistance and we are going to where you know what farmer ministry shin we and do whatever we can and we're going to do it and we can with us a new administration fan are only giants now is to go through court within with what decision than donald trump doing so no we understand that the quarter system those is has never been favorable for the tribe's.

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"kelsey warren" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:29 min | 5 years ago

"kelsey warren" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Department but then couldn't remember and the name and the agency during a lived televise presidential debate in two thousand a lot it's three agency the government one i get there that are gone commerce education and the what's the third none there was how can in the third one the third agency and government i would i would do a with edge occasion the palmer night back to the commerce and let's see i can't that was rick perry during the televise presidential debate in two thousand eleven and later told reporters the agency can forgotten licey energy department well governor perry has deep ties to the foster feel industry including serving on the corporate boards at both energy transfer partners and socal it just extra companies behind the dakota axis pipeline both companies are owned by texas billionaire kelsey warren perry joined the board of energy transfer partners in february two thousand fifteen two weeks after he left office that year he received three hundred sixty five thousand dollars from warrants companies and two thousand fifteen kelsey warren also circus trip carries campaign finance chair during perry's presidential bid and donated six million dollars to pro perry super packs for more we're going to austin texas were joined by to gas force while there is an here and she for the texas observer i get collie or is the energy and environment reporter for the texas to be on her recent article is headlined rick carries energy legacy is more complicated than you think will open in both to democracy now let's start with forest wilder you are assessment rick carried the former governor of texas to gain the head down great what was innings in that department the energy department not that's what he can remember when he said he wanted to about washington two thousand eleven your thoughts on this pick for us well i did that i think go out of those were astonished and it's there dismantled all remarkable political news in the trump transition but taking the guy who for got the department that you want to of all issue is pretty incredible i assume that perry doesn't now want to of polish of the energy department that he's now probably going to head i'm sort of the scratching my head i thank a little bit about what trump sees and and rick perry as you miss.

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