18 Burst results for "Lamentin"

"lamentin" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:25 min | 3 weeks ago

"lamentin" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"I started off conservatively because it's a long way had pretty much day. Coast record was obese. Became the men's course record. And i had a rough idea of what needs to be doing but early on. I was saw of on that with slightly off the record pace but there was a group of guys he just gone off. Same heart am i. Let them go. Because i today. Well i'm pretty sure. I'm going to catch up with you again later. Will something's can happen. And luckily i was right so a half way. I was with two other guys. He actually tend to be really good to be fat. Very good ultra runners while gp ultra run. I found out the end. And and then turn around. And i probably too early decide hamadan and then i thought bathroom than slowed back a bit. Then i lost hair. And then i go across and then it was a bit of a death. Marsh march and say the nassir twenty five k. But yeah i came in. And i won rule so beat lamentin which well. Yeah that's amazing. Well done and amended the quickest time. Second week is time ever on that close so as properly soft so i was just outside ten hours doing shaping. Yeah i mean. Yeah i mean i think it was just a good day. Fueled ri well. That was one thing. I've really tried to get right this time. Even though i have to say after seven periods of seven window. I can feel pretty well to that. And after that things start to fall out with me and so. I don't know if composting on my runs so i was struggling to keep things in but it's to be needed pu. I have not wild pres. When when i'm wild cheering all basic. But i wasn't time it's quite good. And yes i don and i was really. I was really pleased. I mean i..

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"lamentin" Discussed on The Strategists

The Strategists

05:06 min | Last month

"lamentin" Discussed on The Strategists

"It's it's all part and parcel of getting people used to the idea. There's going to be an election in the fall and even though that will just be at the two year mark. I think that's start. People are getting pretty used to that idea and Who knows maybe there will still be spring summer election. That's still a possibility. I don't think that the news we got says that's going to happen but it might not be such a terrible idea for liberals at least from political tactics point of view as things start to reopen because again we always talked what you wanna time these things and i don't know that they'd be killed to hold election at this point thirty days from now. This country's gonna look very different now. Albert is going to be totally back to normal by the. Yeah i'm cory. I don't think i've asked you guys this question. Point blank. but might as well. In your in your estimation which party least wants an election right now given all the conditions and where we are. There's a case to be made for almost all of the opposition parties but in your mind is there. Is there one that sticks out that lease wants right now. Either from a where they stand right now or lack of funds lack of leader. Whatever that might look like for you that least wants to go to the polls. I mean the way they're acting. I would say maybe the i suspect the block. Isn't that that enthused. I actually don't think the conservatives are that fearful of an election. I suspect in both in both camps both the pro tools and the not so enthused about. Oh do camp. There's a. Let's rip this band aid off and i don't think the liberals fear one at all carter same question to you. Who do you think it is. I think it's the green party. The green party has the chance potentially being wiped off the map. That's i wanna change my answer. Carter's right the fact that they didn't even register to me. That is a big problem. Yeah the green party is in real trouble. And it's too bad because they were kind of on an upward swing and i really like their new leader. Whose name escapes me. Because i'm old and it's my birthday Let me paul. And i think she's really interesting as a candidate as human being but they haven't been able to figure out how is party they're going to serve you know running and being ready for the fall election seems to be a little bit outside of their their scope if i if you forced me then to choose said you know. Don't choose the fifth place party. Of course they're scared of every election. I would probably choose the ep. Just because i think that money remains a problem for the mvp and even though they're they're strong associations across the country. I'm not sure that the mdc it's the end. Ep itself is strong in canada. The way it should be given the relative strengths across the country corey. We talked about this next item at the tail end of last episode but jason kenney defending contentious canadian history lamentin cancel culture after calgary school renames as a political strategy fine fabulous or.

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"lamentin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:52 min | 3 months ago

"lamentin" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Bidding War for Laser Maker Coherent Intensifies

MarketFoolery

04:17 min | 4 months ago

Bidding War for Laser Maker Coherent Intensifies

"Coherent is back in the news. Coherent a company specializing in equipment to make an measure lasers back in january. Coherent agreed to be acquired by lament him in a deal worth five point. Seven billion dollars. Stick with me here. In february s. instruments came in with an offer of six billion after that to six came in with an offer of six point four billion which leads us to this morning and coherent saying that lou mendham has increased their original bid to six point nine billion and oh by the way. Shares of coherent are up seventy percent year to date not in the past twelve months. Just here in twenty twenty one different ways. I wanna go here. Let me start with this because at when we talked about this on market foolery back in january. One of the things you had said about coherent was look. And i'm paraphrasing. But you said look. They do some interesting stuff they do. Some things that lament doesn't do but coherent businesses kinda struggled over the past year. So i i guess my first question is are you surprised by this bidding war for this business. It is. yeah. I must say. I'm a little bit. I'm a little bit surprised by it. I i would pay money for for dan to insert like the as the world. Turns music into this. This intro because i really. This is like the soap opera of two thousand twenty one thus far right i mean this has been pretty fascinating to watch i. I have recommended lamentin and two six as a stocks for for members over the course of the years. And i i think i mean i didn't see this coming it really felt like with the initial lamentable tie up. Both parties were happy. They kinda came to an agreement. Initially that transaction was valued at around five point seven billion dollars in stock holders would get one hundred dollars per share in cash and one point one eight five one shares of lamentable for each coherent share. And then as you as you as you noted i mean this went back and forth with a few different companies in really it all boils down to what coherent does well. The business hasn't performed All that great recently in a part of that is just due to market conditions. But this all boils down to getting coherence laser expertise and that's lasers and photonics represent a big opportunity in that something that lamentable does. But it's a very small part of their business lament. Dems bigger focus. As i've mentioned before is on that vertical cavity surface emitting laser technology. I know it's a mouthful but that's ultimately sensor based technology. That's going gonna play more into our lives as we see five g in sixty connectivity. Get faster so so then you fast forward to today now. I mean coherence stockholders will receive two hundred and twenty dollars per share in cash in point six one shares of lamenting so they really sweetened the deal by amping up the amount of cash as opposed to the the percentage of shares that you would get in elementary stock and i think another. I think another reason why this deal. This is probably the last tango. I think this probably will wrap it. Up is because you have a tech investment firm there silver lake which is really Is really supporting this deal. They're going to invest one billion dollars in new business And they've got something like eighty billion dollars in assets under management today ten focused so so they have a lot of expertise in a lot of these different areas So so again. This is about the laser business. Lamentable clearly wants it to six understand why they would want it as well It is not cheap. I mean this is this. Is something where you're going to be paying around e abbott sixty times that's a little bit Reflective of less than normal times given the current state of affairs distill. They're paying for it and it must be feeling pretty good right now to be a coherent shareholder knowing that in such high demand

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"lamentin" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"lamentin" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"Last team to discuss around the playoff bid is the San Francisco giants from the NFL. West, now San Francisco has eight Games left currently at twenty, six, and twenty six. They have four versus the Colorado Rockies, and then four against the San Diego padres. Now they're pitching staff lines up. Wait Oh Smiley Web Guzman and then you know rinse and repeat moving forward. So lining them up against Colorado though however Marquee Freeland Gonzales cast And then San Diego Having Lamentin Davies lined up to go against them. I think it's fair to say based on their record and performance year to date. Sputtering here of late having lost let's see three and five in their last eight I think four and four down the stretch would be a favorable outcome based on the pitching matchups in the in the teams I'm looking at here and that would finish them at thirty and thirty, and that would put them one game outside of the play offs because in this scenario once again, Miami is they succeed at thirty one and twenty nine Saint Louis as the five at thirty, one and twenty seven. Playoff teams are the phillies and reds at thirty, one and twenty nine. The giants would just Miss Thirty and thirty, and then the brewers would be a game behind them at twenty, nine and thirty one. Now, ultimately, who would be the seven seed in who would be the eighth seat? How does the tiebreaker work again based on your record in the division and for the same reason? I think the phillies would lose the tiebreaker to the MARLINS I. Think it's why they Would lose the tiebreaker to the reds the same reason I think the braves lose the tiebreaker to the cubs is the same reason I think the phillies lose the tiebreaker to the reds one phillies performance against the Marlins to the Pittsburgh pirates are in the NFL Central and I think Cincinnati, has beaten up on them extremely well during the course of the regular season here. So ultimately, where do I think the ups go well, I think based on this scenario, you'd get the. Dodgers versus the phillies you'd have a three-game set. You'd have Kershaw F Lynn based on how the days align and where the pitching matchups would be. You'd have may versus wheeler, and then you es versus Knoller or Walker bueller versus Nola and potential game three if Buehler's able to stay healthy and phillies can force game well, they're going to need wheeler and Nola down the stretch but based on the off days they're able to come back and Games two and three and Possibly make it a series against La phillies bullpen against the dodgers offense. Even if they do have a lead through seven eight innings, they're not gonna be able to close that one out. So L. A. would move on pretty quickly. Then I would have an inter divisional match up the cubs reds based on tiebreakers where they were line as well as the braves and Marlins in the three and slick spot those teams could flip flop both ways but based on the pirates and Their Tiebreaker, I give the advantage in both spots to the NFL central. So the cubbies they'd go darvish first Bauer less servers Castio hedrix I gray that would be a fantastic pitching matchup timing. You have the two NFL Central Cy young contenders in Trevor Bauer in you darvish possibly going at it you darvish gave up four runs over seven innings tonight. So is that award up in the air what we'll get into that conversation on Thursday's episode in a lot more detail I really enjoy going into that stuff with you guys as you've known since you've been listening here over the past couple of months but the cubs in the reds Darvish Bauer Lester Castio hedrix gray. That would be a fantastic match up I. Think you would go advantage cubs just based on the regular season and where things would be the reds coming in hot and that pitching matchup that could be tough in a short series for that cubs offense which has not been fantastic. This year. So facing that lineup, we could get an upset in Cincinnati potentially moving on and the three six spot. We'd have an least matchup. You'd have the braves verse the Marlin and these teams are playing four times here in the last week of the regular season. So they could see each other seven times in eleven days over the course of the next two weeks possibly lining up the rotations I may give an outside shot to the marlins in based on where. Their odds are to win the series. There could be some serious value there because the braves rotation being decimated by injuries and yes Cole Hamels did return and I have him lined up to pitch game three. It gives you freed who's been excellent against alcon terra from the marlins ace. Then you would go anderson versus six Sanchez who's making a late push here to be NL rookie of the year and then hamels versus Rogers which I you know again would favor the braves. Over. The course of twenty seven innings. I think that's more of a tossup than we think it is, which is why I think the marlins could have a chance ultimately with that rotation and then lastly. In your four five matchup, you have the padres in the cardinals the padres being locked into that four spot being able to line up their rotation for the post-season depending on where clubbing jere ends up here over the last week or two you're looking at paddock. Lamentin Davies potentially going the three games going up against flaring wainwright and Martinez, and it's Kinda the kids versus the vets now I now I know flair at he is younger. And his career, but he's been around longer than some of these guys on the San Diego side of things in Wainwright of course, been doing it for years..

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"lamentin" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

Kottke Ride Home

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"lamentin" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home

"And every other weekend and every once in a while here and there, and so like my schedule's pretty flexible in it flows around my schedule with them and and other things. But typically like I'll wake up in the morning and basically like scroll through a bunch of stuff on my phone. While I'm still like in bed, and then once I get up and get. Maybe dressed I don't know who In the panic exactly does anybody get dressed these days? Mean I'm fully clothed now. report that is usually my rules like. Put on like Pajama peds exactly. Yes so I'll get I'll get to my desk At the foot of my bed and I've worked for home for many years obviously. And you know I'll just sort of sit down and I don't I usually don't i. know some people are like Oh you know they keep notes about maybe what they wanna posts during the day or whatever, and it's just like I just kind of wing it and a cross my fingers and hope the Internet will provide. I haven't I use instant paper to collect all my links from various sources because they have. You know there's The. It's very easy to get an insight paper shortcut on all browsers, platforms and things like that Paper to manage all that. So I'll go in there, but then I also have open tabs. And? kind of see what grabs my attention in whatever grabs my attention is kind of what I start with, and then I'm off in and. Typically Lake have to force myself to like. Stop for lunch. Because once I get into it, it's just am into it and I know when I stop like I lose that Lamentin and then it's gone and then I'm like You know doing. Housework. Or? Wandering. Around aimlessly. So I, I tend to do a lot of my work in in those like long bursts. I used to work more sort of in the evening after the kids are gone to bed or like whatever like I'd grab an hour or two of work before bedtime but like I just don't do that anymore. Really. It's mainly like you know work happens between nine to five and were probably more seven to three. and. Outside of that. I don't think about it too much. Talking about how you? You do have kind of a nine to five schedule that you've essentially made for yourself now. I wanted to talk about. Win This became your fulltime job in in two thousand five when you quit your full time job and then you started the the fundraiser. To as your readers to become micro patrons, you essentially like did a a patriot, a kickstarter model several years before they got started. And I know you you still have funding from what you now call your members but you also added the advertising ago and I'm curious about. His your personal philosophies in feelings on the different funding models that are available for online creation in art because. I think there's definitely pros and cons to both working with advertisers and having those kind of the patronage model I have discomfort with both of them personally. So I'd love to hear I. Don't know where you fall these days. Yes. So in two thousand and five when I did the I did the patronage thing for for a year I I did like a full on sort of PBS style pledge drive with like you know, member gifts and all sort of stuff. and. You. Know it was. It was successful. As far as you know sort of the providing funds for me to do Cypher for a year. And put ultimately like it was something that I wanted to move away from because. For whatever reason you know it was such A..

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"lamentin" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

The Darren Smith Show

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"lamentin" Discussed on The Darren Smith Show

"At least there will be a postseason. As of this moment, the postseason will be ten teams from each league, so the same as it's been for the last couple of years, which I'm okay with I, don't know about an extended expanded postseason after a sixty game season. There will be not a lot of extra inning baseball, and if I read this right now, the starts in the tenth inning. That's what I read is. They will put a runner on second base. They've done a version of this with the world baseball classic. They've done a pilot program through the minor leagues that they will put a runner on second base. We'll get it. It into the strategy of all that coming up here in a little bit because some people are shor are thinking well. What about the pitcher? Who might get a loss? It's not going to be run. It's going to be a team error. There's there's some of that that that I. Think you could spend a hot minute on, and then you move on other important stuff. I don't. I don't know how you can make any predictions on this I. Don't and I think that under normal circumstances. It's hard enough to predict baseball. And you might say what team has the best talent. What team has the bet stepped? Because this is always a battle of Trish I mean that's what baseball is baseball is like. Are you built for one sixty to? Have Stocked Minor League system. It's not just about your twenty six man roster about your forty man. It's a little bit more than that. Can you make savvy trade? Do you have a good farm system? I would tend to tell you at least a paper. I think that the padres appear to be in good shape. They do appear to be in good shape. I'll tell you why because they don't have to worry about. Innings limitations for Chris, Patten. And innings limitations for Denilson Mad. They didn't have to this year anyways with panic. Mean people say that the theme of Spring Training the rains were off on on paddock. Okay, well listen. We remind everybody that these things are always not under oath, but the Nelson Lamentin Garrett Richards. You Know Mackenzie Gore. He's GONNA factor in I'm sure that he would be on some sort of inning. Limitation as well so you don't really have to worry about that theory, and you would appear to have a pretty good bullpen so you..

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"lamentin" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"lamentin" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

"What's a good example of a specific product that twenty was built for one of these platforms. Well, anything like Netflix communications or or the Uber. Like if you get an Uber alert, that's all that's all from TULIO. Jason moser. Would you look at Chris? I'm up to my neck in authentic reality putting together an augmented reality report for us here at the fool, and I've got a lamentable on my radar ticker L, I T for admitted reality there is a technology called V C S E L, let's dance for vertical cavity surface emitting. Lasers. Get Steve in Lamentin believe it or not is the market leader when it comes to this technology, and that technology is used for three d sensing which is a core technology behind augmented reality, the fundamentals of the business are very strong. It's profitable. It's cash low positive good leadership taking a long view of got this one microscope. Steve is it possible? This could go the way of like three D movies. All this VR stuff. I I really don't think. So because we're seeing so many practical applications for augmented reality today, particularly in the healthcare market. I think it's only making these these these markets more robust, Emily flip. And what are you looking at well, my favorite cybersecurity companies actually reporting next Tuesday. It's name is tenable T E N B. I'm really interested in the business. They're basically the only people out there right now doing holistic cyber security. It's been around for twenty years, really wonderful innovator. Steve question about tenable is is this something that I would use personally or is this for corporate? Well, it's a little bit for both to have enterprise solutions. But if you're a cybersecurity professional, you likely grew up whether that be in college or any work that you're pursuing using at least one of their product so enterprise our individual, they they you supply to both three very different businesses. If you've got one you want to add your watch list. Well, that's going to be weird. But I'm gonna go with you mentioned. I think Jason maybe onto something. It's going to result. It's going to result in some real profits. Where he is prophets. Not augmented real. All right. Jason Moser Ellie flipping and cross. Thanks for being here. Thank you. That's going to do it for this week's edition of motley. Fool money. Our engineer is St. Brdo producers macrey, I'm Chris health. Thanks for listening. We'll see you next week..

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"lamentin" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"lamentin" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"I didn't watch like myself because you know, I'd never been to union. This kind of was my first. Time away from home. I just felt like a pledge felt so up Salih. And so Bevin invalid and needed my mom massively. And then when I was eighteen hours all my goal members. Don't so much for me a time. My teenage years could fight like cotton dog numbered come from school and have massive period pains. And and I want you to have a bath. But she needs the hot water got head. I on fire and she like kicked down the stairs. And no. And she's got like die run into our eyes. But she's done so much for me. And I yeah, I really go. Just found a new. And the next level of the minimum over there and Lamentin in cry on Skype, which Mr.. Everybody. I'm really glad that went through that. I think of a stadium Manchester than it would have taken a few more years to realize. Yes, I'm glad I appreciated it quite early on. When we started off because we're trying to come. And you were reflecting so on on the plane over about the air. Someone would on the outside who doesn't know you re looking on while and it's been it's been a great successful year for you. So, but where does that stand within you within your happiness on reflection? Do you think has been a happier for you within you? I think actually. It's been a successful year in in terms of things that have come out by seven and a lot of work. And I think I'm most happiest when I am being creative. And when I'm feeding of the people and wet where I'm meeting these amazing people because you really do. So look at this job. I I meet people that I would have never even dreamed of of having discussions with and in so stimulated into places. Yes. Dream about going. The absolute later a good thing about promoting the show went to Japan for first time, and it was. And hazing. It was amazing. It was cultural experience shock to the system. But yeah, I actually haven't done a lot of work, and I feel like at my soul needs to be fed a little bit by just being on set and just doing some accident just messing about and playing really because it's been a lot of just talk talk talk myself trying look good try and make them like me in a way it way. Try and not let them about sound bite on the about soundbite shit. Didn't actually say. You're safe here. It's quite nice. Thanks a lot. Thanks cray. I think so. Was it? What you thought was going to be? All these dogs in my head exposed..

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"lamentin" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"lamentin" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"We're watching the stock market Tuesday to see how the technology sector performs tech stocks tumbled Monday led by apple Lamentin, which supplies optical equipment to apple issued a profit and revenue warning citing weak demand. That heightened worries that I phoned a man was slowing ahead of the holiday season was a top Facebook executive fired because of his support for Donald Trump at the height of the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign. Palmer lucky Trump supporter donated ten thousand dollars to an anti Hillary Clinton group and was fired six months later after the donation sparked a backlash from his colleagues internal Facebook Email suggest the matter was discussed at the highest levels of the company in the fall of two thousand sixteen as unhappiness over the donation simmered Facebook executives, including CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, pressured, Mr. lucky to publicly voiced support for libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, despite Mr. lucky is years long support of Mr. Trump, according to people. Familiar with the conversations and internal emails viewed by the Wall Street Journal, Mr. lucky who sold his virtual reality company Oculus Facebook as hired an employment lawyer and Goshi aided a one hundred million dollar payout with Facebook a startup called rocket lab has successfully launched its first commercial payload into space, the US New Zealand startup is seeking to set the pace for frequent inexpensive launches of small satellites each weighing just a few hundred pounds rocket labs electron booster, featuring lightweight composite. Tanks and three D printed engines, lofted six satellites into orbit from a remote lodge facility on the east coast of New Zealand on Sunday still ahead. Big banks are partnering with motor vehicle departments to prevent identity fraud. This is tech news briefing from.

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"lamentin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"lamentin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Bryan Curtis. Trading is underway now throughout most of the region. We had the Hongkong Shanghai markets just opened up quite a lot of aggressive selling here. Most of the markets you down around two to three percent. The Nikkei is off three point two percent in these markets that just opened the Hang Seng index off two but one percent and the Shanghai composite. One point two percent details coming up in a moment with Doug krizner and also in a pretty stunning upset democrat Kirsten cinema has been declared the winner of the Arizona Senate race in a long time since the democrat won in Arizona. We'll get you more on that in a moment with Ed Baxter. But for now the top stories all while we are tracking apple supplies trading lager. In Asian apple shares taking a hit in the US. On concerned about possible week iphone demand earlier today, California based Lamentin kept its second quarter outlook after one of its largest customers asked to meaningfully reduce shipments that customers could be apple. The Trump administration is looking at imposing tariffs on auto imports in order to protect national security. We're hearing at the White House is circulating a draft report. The Commerce Department on this President Trump's scheduled to meet with senior members of his trade team in Washington tomorrow. In the meantime, the Wall Street Journal reports that Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and China's Vice Premier Li will hus- spoke by telephone last week. The paper says Washington demanded a concrete offer on trade China resisted instead it wants to talk. I oh here comes what could be in. Japan's biggest SoftBank found a mess. Yoshi psalm is seeking to raise more than twenty one billion dollars in an initial public offering of Japanese telecom business. Mike did Benedetti is co hit the European by group Carlisle he says this would help song and his vision fund, raise more to invest and take stocks. There certainly are very big voice.

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"lamentin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"lamentin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"All right for a look at how things are shaping up for the Asian trading day. Here's Bloomberg's Doug krizner, Paul. We're seeing a lot of weakness in the tech space during the New York session. The NASDAQ composite tumbled by two point eight percent precipitated by a five percent drop in apple. We're getting indications of week iphone demand. It was the apple supplier, lamenting holdings that cut its second-quarter outlook. Now lament said that one of its largest customers asked to meaningfully reduce shipments for previously placed orders Lamentin, if you don't know makes three d sensing components. It didn't name the customer. However, all you have to do is to consult Bloomberg supply chain data and you'll see that apple is the biggest customer lamented shares get this down thirty three percent. So this is causing a ripple effect for apple suppliers in the Asia Pacific. I to focus too. There are trading right now in the Tokyo session dis- Japan display down more than seven percent and Manet Mitsumi down by seven percent. Is well Nikkei two twenty five near the session. Lows minus three point four percent. Yes. The infotech group believing that decline in Seoul right now, the kospi is down two percents and in Sydney ASX two hundred weaker by nearly one percent. This is interesting too. Because we had the Veterans Day holiday here in the states. It's a banking holiday. Treasuries didn't trade. This is the first opportunity that the ten year will be traded now in the Tokyo session. We're dropping three basis points on the ten year. We're at three fourteen. I'm Doug krizner live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio in New York, Brian, Doug. Thank you. Well, you mentioned apple GE also mung the stocks getting hit pretty hard today. Lizanne Saunders is chief investment strategist and senior vice president at Charles Schwab. She says watch out for more volatility. You do tend to see all or nothing moves in the stock market. I think that's just the nature of the beast in in the short term right now. Also, the fact that we're much more machine driven in terms of minute to minute trading. Algorithms have more. Power in terms of the short term moves in the markets. You can get these sharp momentum moves that aren't necessarily supported by the fundamentals. Saunder says we could see another cyclical correction even in the context of what she believes is a secular bull market. Shares of utility you PG and E tumbling more than seventeen percent today. Bloomberg's David Baker says the situation with the California wildfires is still fluid. And that's something investors a worried about we don't know.

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"lamentin" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"lamentin" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"And it's not just this whole hands and I have a friend who's another caller. So I'm good or I do some good things for other people. So I'm good check off my lifeless like this is real. It's real, and it's a real opportunity to to come up close to the table and I'd say, come on it together. Come on, come to the table. Yeah. Are you a reader? I what are you reading right now, I have started reading and I've only done two chapters and it's breaking my heart. This book called the sun does shine to book about a man who was sent to death row for thirty years for crime. You didn't commit and this has been recommended to me a lot. I got it because I saw that Bryan Stevenson wrote just mercy injury, just mercy. I did. We did a book study on at church. Oh, good. The swarm, I, it's, it's the book that I say every American history. Just everyone needs read it and we talk. We did a book called the summer. We did that book. That's where everyone said, okay, you have to read this neck the one you're reading. So I just I'm just in the second chapter and it's just and I got it because I just, you know, I just wanted. I couldn't. I didn't wanna believe, but I know it's true. Then there are so many people in our history and Sodhi people of color who have been unjustly, convicted and many have their lives up in Teigen. Yeah, for things that they did not do. And I know many people. They can't fathom that, but it's it's true. Yeah. And so so race story is just it's, it's crazy. So I really look forward to to leaning it on that. And then and then I spoke about lament earlier. My husband had soon Chan Ross book prophetic lament in his library and. So I had not read it. And so I picked that up and are either bridge group. We've had some people who need an outlet for the the weariness and the frustration, and we realized that we need some space for lament. So I've started diving into his book so that I can grow myself in learning about what I think is really a an art. We're not practicing in the body being comfortable and understanding our need to Lamentin. So those are kind of the two that I'm your diving on right now different, but no flour going on. I mean, I like fluff, but you're right now right now, I'm not in it, and that's just not what I know. Thanks. So I am going to complete raise vote for the end of the year. I've got a trip I need to get that book. It's uniform high on my list. Yeah, it's beautiful. I'm gonna get it. Yeah, thank you so much for your time. Thank you for the work that you're doing. Thank you for Rian faithful to what God's asked you to do. Thank you for being a voice that is. Seeking truth and grace and love. So I'm cheering you on thank you for coming on the show, and thank you for what you're doing. Thank you for having me for amplify my voice and for using your voice towards lifting everybody up, we'd need it. Thank you girl. You guys don't forget if you haven't picked up a copy of my book. If you only knew today's a great day to do that, you can get it anywhere. Books are sold. Speaking of books. I loved meeting during I really enjoyed our conversation so much. I think we could've talked for maybe two more hours and we would have afforded it for you to listen to it. Her books are great for children to have in their library. There's the colorful and the thoughtful they're both on sell it lifeway right now, you guys, I want to encourage you to take our conversation and have these conversations about racial equality. Bridge-building color, blindness with your real life. Friends is really worth it. It's worth it to enter into the hard conversations. I hope that we modeled a great way for you to do that today show was edited by Chris with pod shaper, and the music was developed for the show by Matt Graham next week..

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"lamentin" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"lamentin" Discussed on Mixergy

"Of traffic crest so that in early investment in content has really paid off. So wait, you have according to similar web one point, six million unique people in June through August. That's huge for for insurance search site. Yeah, in our content drives a big piece of that. So for a lot of very expensive search terms like life insurance quotes or life insurance, you know, right there page one and just to be clear with audience that's about half a million monthly visits coming into insurance. Okay. So you're saying you're an all channels that's the next thing to do to grow. What what else are you doing? So to other things, one is really figuring out the theme that I've set for the executive team. This year is around fly wheels, right? So you're audience might be familiar with the flywheel effect from good to great. So basically what are the things in your company where it takes a long time to to get started. But once it gets going goes on its own. Lamentin and their couple of classic fly wheels, like one is referrals customer furrows, right? We get about the. A significant percentage of our new businesses. Now from customer referrals, we actually don't incent that. It's just people saying, hey, I had a great experience until their friends and family. We need to turn that into a flywheel. So you know, that's one area where we're looking at a two is just a more channels, right? So their new channels popping up every day, like there's a influencers on YouTube. Now, for example that we're testing so marketing as a start up when you don't have a huge budgets, it's really around being first identifying opportunity and going quickly after it. I'm I'm looking at your traffic from a similar web. One of the big key words sending traffic is something called acorns, and it's about an app that you guys are telling people to watch out for. Yeah, you wrote a blog who's writing these post by the way when you start, we have an in house content team. Okay. And when you started, was it you writing it? I wrote a lot of, yeah. Okay. And so how does this acorn up? Which got ninety seven million million dollars in venture capital. By the time you guys wrote about it, how does this fit in with your content strategy? So we've write a lot about personal finance and so we will talk about not just insurance the, we'll also talk about investing lending getting a mortgage buying a home. So we are content strategy is broader than just insurance because people who are thinking about personal finance decisions will also be insurance prospects for us..

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"lamentin" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"lamentin" Discussed on My Black Friend

"I mean there he's, he's going to be benched this week for Roggio and then Corey Clement, I, I guess you put cork Lamentin. That's your best looking one on there. This is this bench is court. Not look. Didn't look good this week, and he's a special teamer guy. So they don't like us him in the actual game plan is much like a small would got as many touches didn't actually out produce and Jay Ajayi is going to be back this week. I think it's not. You can't put him in. Yeah, man I'm picking Terry off there is I mean, there's just no question, especially with Adrian Peterson out. I I don't know how you can pick Chris. I think terriers benches outskirts esteem. That'll be an interesting to watch. It's projected Terry's benches projected sixty five Chris's team without anybody in place. A Peterson is only projected eight. I still think his bench gots Saint. It's not crazy. This the this is the first week of the buys, and I said, wait till the buys, and we're going to start to see people possibly shit the bed. This is a this is a possibility. Yeah. The big. What you do, either of you have anyone on a by it? No, I do. I don't have McCaffrey this week. Mcaffrey is it just and Carolina's at it. I don't know. I just know McCaffrey. He's the only one. Maybe it's not so early. I don't know. I don't know. I could see him. I could see on by no. L. yeah, it's just just Carolina in Washington and the next week it's bears and buccaneers. Oh, nice. I didn't need my Bill. Seven that they start doing four teams at a time. There's some big ones that week, seven Packers Seahawks raider Steelers win is.

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"lamentin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"lamentin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And died June thirteenth. I'm Barbara Kusak. And I'm Charlie Pellett at Bloomberg world headquarters another winning week for the S and P five hundred index up two in a row. It was a down Friday declines in technology giants including apple Amazon and Facebook weighed on equity benchmarks helping a race the sessions gains on a day when quarterly rebalancing spur volatile trading. But as for the bigger picture Peter cheer is head of macro strategy at academy securities, I think the economy's doing well, there's a lot of hope that we will get some sort of Mexico candidates type deal and pushes the way to getting a deal with China and Gina Martin Adams is chief equity strategist at Bloomberg intelligence. I'm not really terribly worried about the long term. I will say this week. It's been an extraordinary press higher on very strong Lamentin. So there's always a chance that you get a little bit of a breather after a week like this week. But I would say it's probably just a breather. In the Wall Street. Meanwhile, looking ahead to next week sped meeting a rate increase is considered a shore thing, but Bloomberg's Michael mckee's says the focus. Will be on the statement. It's been forward guidance. In the statement for years now about the fed remaining accommodative monetary policy remains accommodative. It says will that change will they take the forward guidance out because they're very close to ending what they're doing and Peter Hooper is chief economist at Deutsche Bank securities as the fed continues this gradual pay Serrateix. Okay. I think you will see you're going to see some spillover into equity markets as well from from EM space. That comes probably latter part of next year as we get up into the three and a quarter three and a half percent range on fed funds. The S and P five hundred index lower little change down by a point at twenty nine twenty nine. The Dow to record up Eighty-six points up three tenths of one percent. Nasdaq down forty-one down five tenths of one percent. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick talk on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Charlie Pellett. This is.

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"lamentin" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"lamentin" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Censures assessments that is just that's crazy frankly, and evokes more expensive sells for thirty five times next year's numbers. But wait, a second valuation gets more reasonable. When you look at the out years, I always tell you do only trading twenty five times the twenty twenty earnings this. That's not for gross aimed as expensive for reason because it is going like wildfire. Intel's value stock over the next three years. The company expects to give us a seventy three percent compound annual growth rate aimed. I know some money managers UP six times earnings for that kind of growth. So thirty five times earnings is relational. I would say pretty much in the mix is kind of a bargain until the other has a ten percent, long-term growth rape the fact that it selling eleven times earnings. I find a little absurd. It's got two point, five percent, the bottom line. Thanks to the remarkable turnaround, which of course started first with the balance sheet nen the engineering. Now, the great sales masterminded by Dr Lisa, sue is transformed itself into a fabulous quote business, and I put it stocks still has more room to run most of whose hunger than ever. She never stops working Intel. You can never can out a company with a story. History equate balance-sheet, but without new leadership and stronger chip offerings from now, I fear this amazing company will stay second fiddle to the underdog team that it would teen Lee crushed for decades on end Jude and Kentucky, please Jude. Hello, big blue Calapan buoy to you and thanks for helping me retire early. There you go. Then we did good. We did good. I got maybe help myself retire early. Eventually, like when I'm ninety two years younger than pop, what's up. The rate thing all maintain Micron Technology at a buy and how about it at fifty three and change been downhill, ever sin. My concern is, should I buy more. Level. Mike stock asking for sales, four times four point, two times dentures earnings. I simply that tells me that people think they can't make the number of the numbers have to come down. That's because the flash because d-ram but I would not sell it here. I would buy more when it takes back down to forty eight level, get a better basis. It is a great company. Now we're going to Michael, Michael Boya, Jim, how are you? I am good. How about you? I'm very good. Thanks. I my fail. Portfolio has become an m. in a mess. What's better? Thanks to you. Why white wave was hit? Yes, I thought Disney. I'm involved in that the cholera three through the reverse split held me, but now I'm talking about oklaho- and momentum. So basically it's diet at nine fifty four to thirty five percent share in the combined stock of Lamentin. Right? Is it worth holding out. We're going to continue that one and you since you follow me close actually, plus dot com. When I say for the club, I actually say, listen by some alphabet. I did a great webs webinar yesterday with my friend, more chicken chicken money flow. We both agreed that album. It is the cheapest of the big guns. I'd rather have you on that. Okay, I'll leave him kudos right now to AMD's needs to sue returning the Cup, man. You should came on squawk on the street when this about half where it was and said, now it is time much more money had natural gas base has been punishes. People worry about tensions with China, but are the worries warrant. I'm sitting down with the only man I trust and would know, and that is Therese sukey by yet. Remember him right from Chenier. Now he's got a new one. Find out what he's seeing space, then how a private player could benefit from Victoria secret while which by helping stumbles all your call scrap and parts dishing up in round..

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"lamentin" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"lamentin" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"We don't have works by boost. We don't have works by non golden. For instance. It was very importantly, was the voice of the themselves in acting the dog. And in that sense, they are performance is because the most of them are performances for coming. We have very few exemple of Lamentin of performances by using leash for instance. But most of them are made for the camera on. Paul, the exhibition also, I guess, explodes like selfie culture, so that that self representation. Do you think the as sort of generation using social media more more to represent versions of ourselves to think that is really important, and that plays into a thing. One of the fact why drug is so popular, I think it's because it's prisons endless possibilities of reinventing yourself. So indeed in that selfie, culture really speaks to people of the gender debate as sort of one of the big debates of generation, but the autism this exhibition than not just probing, gender, gnomes, that questioning systems, oppression, releasing sexuality race, class, consumerism, 's, any social political questions that you really want to shine a light on the really important view? Well, I think if you look at the documentary nineties documents, reprises building, clearly you understand that is. Not necessarily about gender, it's about class. It's about reversing systems of class on the patients in that exhibition. It would be clearly shown with the work by Joe Spence, for instance, and others out this would be quite critical of society of consumerism that will be some postcolonial schools with a work by min-woong or Samuel fossil. I hope that the exhibition will show that the hockey's much more complex that we think it is said drag is clearly questioning thing, very important questions, but you think it's still very important space for the queer community a, you still came to focus in on that. Yes, but the exhibition will not solely include Creole -ties. We have a lot of the kings and some cinder autists embracing drugs as much as log is very, very important for the queer community I think has while it expands beyond that boundary. And I should you talking about drag kings I actually women's of performing. His man wearing men's clothes is actually happened, sort of for very long time at the Dr king quite new, have always been as many drag kings as drag queens as you over such of this. What did you find a thing in my research for thing that queens were more popular kings kings have been existing since the twenties with say, well, we start with servants in the late sixties and then valley export is doing this fantastic work in sixty eight identity transformation. Ilian teen is one of the king's. Actually, the kings that we have in the exhibition mainly comes from feminist movements in the late sixties and early seventies, and we have a few of them in that exhibition. I think dry because always being quite a defiant off form and also quite joy full to think in. We're living in oversee quite heavy. And slightly depressing political times. Do you think that that drugs really important form in the car and so of political climate things? So I came to realize that become very popular without his in the sixties and seventies, and the factories for this popularity, I believe was that performance was becoming quite popular with autists and at the same time, political engagement was crucial at the time, and I feel like that's why the nowadays having attention from because performance very important as form the same time we need to be politically engaged more than ever. I think what you seem to find when you ask people about drag if they all fan that are extremely fanatic about love, what? What is it about? Dr that gets people excited? I believe it's such a subtle and gauged entertaining full of critic that really touches upon very different systems of entertainment. From feature to fashion to stand up comedy, trolled in, are you funny? I mean, there's a lot of humour drug as well, and at the same time is not the shallow humor really touches a very crucial essential identity crises debates in this society have a personal favor office in the exhibition. Someone you really relate to for a specific reason. That would be very difficult to name. Just one out is among the we have in this exhibition and they are all extraordinarily..

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