35 Burst results for "Last 16 Months"
Meet Gracie Parrish Miller: An LEO Widow and Now a Firewife
"Thank you for coming on with us today and telling us your story. Let's talk about it. Yeah. So I have a very unique story that I don't think it's extremely unique unfortunately. It happens all too often, but I became a law enforcement wife at the age of like 26. I was married to a man who planned on going corporate. He was going to work nine to five and that is what I expected. And then about five years into marriage and 12 weeks pregnant, he decided that he was wanting to pursue his ultimate dream of becoming a police officer. And so he put himself through the Academy and also worked 40 hours a week at a time. I was pregnant with our first child and he just fell in love with the career. He absolutely loved it. But unfortunately it would be about three years later that he would die in the line of duty. And what I thought would be not my reality because we for the most part lived in like a Bedford community where we hadn't had a line of duty death in over 20 years that now we were experiencing the shock of that. My husband had not just been killed, he had been ambushed and murdered 29 years old, leaving behind a four year old little girl, a 16 month little girl, after only three years as a police officer. And our community was rocked because this was mental health. This was gun violence. It was premeditated and our community would no longer be the same because of it and my life would no longer be the same. So I found myself on the news, not just local, but nationwide. It happened on New Year's Eve and we were a young family in a community that hadn't experienced something like this ever. And so it made national news. President Trump tweeted me and it was just this absolute shell shock of what had happened. It wasn't just my life anymore. It was being lived out in front of the community and the killer's face and his name was right next to my husband's as they were publicizing his death. And so I went from a stay at home mom with two little girls living on a police officer's salary that made mac and cheese and did some preschool drop -off. And suddenly I became like a household name for law enforcement in our community for all first responders. And my life became super public. I couldn't go anywhere in my community without being recognized and noticed. And it wasn't for something fantastic in my life, but it was because of the darkest day of my life. Everyone knew how many shots had killed my husband. Everyone knew the name that had killed my husband, the apartment complex where it had happened. And those are private moments that you don't want to share with the community or the nation of how your husband was murdered and ambushed. That's supposed to be private, but it wasn't. And unfortunately that's the part of the job is that when you sign up for this job, you recognize that your husband, your spouse is putting it all out there for the community. That for me, it was the ultimate sacrifice for him, but it also was this long -term daily sacrifice of like my privacy. I was 29 and my husband was killed, ambushed. And then I found myself with three stalkers within the first year that hated cops that wanted him dead. And so therefore they wanted me dead. I had a death threat against me. I needed to go undercover working with the FBI moved suddenly. And in all aspects of where like my husband had been killed and he was my protector and my provider. Now I'm a single mom, widow, everyone knows where I live. Everyone knows my address. And now there's stalkers that are making a parent. They want to kill me. And in that moment I swore I would never marry another first responder. I would never do it again. His job had impacted my life in our marriage in the three years that he was a police officer. And we were a first responder family. I mean we had no first responders on either side of our family. So we were learning how to do this without any background information. It's like we had like a brother and aunt, a best friend that had done the life and could kind of like guide us through this. We were trying to figure it all out on our own and three years into it and he was killed. And then I have stalkers. I thought, what the heck? I sacrificed all of those holidays and birthdays and dance recitals and everything for this. Like what the heck? I was pissed, thought I would never do it again. Really went off the grid in many ways. Didn't expect any public speaking events. I tried to take my name out of everything. I had an alias name. I moved, I did everything I could to protect myself. And it would then be three and a half years later that I would be introduced to my now husband. And he is a firefighter with South Metro. And he did not respond to Zach's call, but his friends that did. He was working the day that Zach died. He heard the tones come out. And so I'm now living this life where I'm an Elia widow and now I am a fire wife.
A highlight from Time To Buy The Dip On These Altcoins? (LAST CHANCE)
"The market is finally showing signs of life and many altcoins are now starting to break out of their month -long downtrends. So in today's video, I'm going to discuss what altcoins I am looking at this week. I've got a variety of long setups for you. I've also got a couple short setups that I want to share in today's video. And it's funny, every single Monday I do the Watchlist shows, right? But they don't get that many views. You can see in front of you last week, I only got 4 ,000 views on the show. Yet, in my opinion, they are my most alpha -packed shows of the week. Because if we just look at last week as an example, there were many trades here which we nailed. I mean, Bitcoin, I pretty much said it was going to move sideways for the majority of the week. That is what happened, although we did get a pump in the last couple of days. LINK, I said that I was expecting us to move up heading into the conference. And then the conference could be a local top. Well, we've certainly gotten a massive move up. Now is the conference. So proof will be in the pudding when it comes to that one. But we did get the first part right. Arbitrum has pushed up massively in price. So we got that one right. OX, I was a little preemptive when it came to DCAing. That's one we can talk about later. But they have had a massive correction. And if you like OX, it could be a DCA opportunity. OP as well, I said they weren't looking as strong on a relative strength basis versus Arbitrum. And I was waiting for PostUnlock to reconsider my positioning. And I mean, pretty much you haven't missed out on a relative basis versus ARB, which has been the stronger trade. And it's all about opportunity cost in crypto. And then Frax has performed very well. And I said I was buying some Frax as well. So mostly hits when it came to the watchlist last week, 80 % hits. The only one that I did take a slight knock on was my DCAing into OX, which obviously did end up dropping. But on all the other coins, we pretty much have traded them pretty well. So that's why I believe that the Monday shows are so important. If you're not watching them, I recommend watching them every single week because this is where I go through my plans for the week. I talk about the old coins I'm interested in. I talk about what I'm seeing in the market. And it's really important. It's a great chance for us to reset and chat one on one ahead of every single week. And this week is looking to be a little more lively than previous weeks. And it comes on the very important day for Bitcoin, which is the beginning of Q4. So October, now we are officially in the Q4 period. And actually historically Q4 is the best quarter for Bitcoin. And specifically October and November are the best performing months historically for Bitcoin. You can see in front of you, October is the second best performing month and November is the best performing month for Bitcoin. So it's funny that we've kicked off Q4 in style with a very strong Bitcoin move to the upside. We've now started to break above that key 200 EMA level, as you can see here. Although last time we did break above and then we deviated below and then we didn't end up having a daily close above. So this is really what you want to keep your eye on now. Can Bitcoin actually close above and then look to use that as a launchpad to push into that major zone at 30K? That's obviously going to be the next question. Or will it close below again? Only time will tell. We'll know obviously within the next day. This video is prerecorded a few hours before it goes live. So we will be approaching daily close at that point and we will need to monitor this level. But I would like to see a few days continuously above. Just one daily close above oftentimes isn't strong enough. You often want to see multiple daily closes above and it just forms some sort of support basis, a substantive basis for Bitcoin to spring to the upside. But let's not get too much into the Bitcoin discussion because we have lots of altcoin talk today. And my plan on various altcoins I want to discuss with you in today's video. So as you can see, the market is up today. The market is up this week. Arbitrum, one of the best performers that we talked about in last week's watchlist. Solana, one of the best performers. I'm going to get into my thoughts on Solana in today's video. This is one I also called on my Twitter when I said that I thought that the pre -dump was going to be greater than the actual selling event. That is what happened. And we ended up timing the bottom pretty nicely on Sol. So overall, it's been a great couple weeks of trading, but let's get into today's one. The first thing I want to talk about is Ethereum. I think it would be remiss of me not to talk about the leader of the altcoins, given the fact that it's primarily an altcoin video today. Ethereum showing some interesting signs here, starting to push into this range high territory. It has pivoted nicely off those lows at 1540 and never quite got down to that major structural support level at 1422. And it's actually started to respond and show signs of a reversal here. Range high does correspond with the 200 MA. So that's going to be your major resistance level. Only time will tell whether Ethereum has the strength to break through there. But that is a heavy level of resistance. So if it does get rejected there, I would not be surprised. I probably wouldn't be longing ETH into resistance. But I do find more interesting is the ETH BTC chart. It did get rejected off its major resistance level. However, this is a level that it did an SR flip back in July. This is definitely a key level for ETH. If you're looking at ETH, maybe outperforming Bitcoin on a relative basis over the next couple of months, that would be your level that you really need to reclaim. This was a trade that I was in. I got stopped out. I mentioned that on the show that I did about my ETH pair trade at 62 here. But this may be a trade I get back into if we flip and confirm above this major level. So that's what I'm watching on ETH BTC. And it comes at a time where the ETH futures ETFs seem to have gotten approved, which is obviously great news for Ethereum. But we are still hanging out for that Ethereum spot ETF. Lots of speculation now about an ETH ETF. Lots of speculation also about a Bitcoin ETF. Very interested to see what happens over the next few months when it comes to ETFs. Looks like Bitcoin will be pushed forward into Q1 2024, given the fact that we got a slew of delays last week. But the Ethereum ETF is another one to keep your eye on. And the Bitcoin ETF would certainly be precedent for ETH, although ETH is on a lagging basis versus Bitcoin, typically regulatory -wise on about an eighth to, I would say, 16 months lagging basis versus Bitcoin. Now let's get a little more degen now that we've framed the market. We've looked at ETH. ETH BTC is interesting. We've looked at Bitcoin and the key levels there. Now let's get into some of the alts. Got longs, I've got shorts, and I'm going to go through this rapid fire. So I'll probably be speaking really quickly, but I want to get the alpha to you and not waste your time with 40 -minute shows anymore. First one's Radiant Capital. I like Radiant Capital long term because it's one of the only bonafide proxy bet plays for the layer zero airdrop, which is going to be in Q1 2024, most likely alongside Stargate. So Radiant's one I like. Lots happening on the third. So Radiant's one that I've been accumulating, and this is one in my watchlist every single week on the show and on my Twitter. I've been quite public about the fact that I've been accumulating spot, and I actually did buy some spot at the support level at 22 and added a little bit more lower towards the 19 to 20 zone. In terms of Radiant from a TA perspective, we have broken above major resistance at the 24 cent zone, although we have had a very explosive move to the upside. So personally, with my spot positions, I've started to unload a little, and I do think we may see a mean reversion back down into this zone here at the 24 cent level. I mean, if the market keeps pumping, clearly Radiant can pump up until this next resistance level at the 30 cent zone. But for me, at some point, I do think there is a significant amount of liquidity here that I think is logical that Radiant comes back and captures. So for me, that's why I've just started to offload a little bit, and I'll continue to offload out, ladder out if we go up in price. And I may even look to short Radiant if I have the balls to do it over the next few days. I need to firstly wait for a confirmed reversal and breaking of structure on the lower time frame, because obviously I don't take trades on the daily time frame. I would take it on the one hourly or four hourly. So that would only happen once you start to do something like this and reverse under and make a lower high. And then maybe I'll look to get into a short position. But until then, it's all longs and Radiant from a long term perspective, irrespective of the short term trading opportunities. For me, remains a good one to DC into on major pullback. So that is my Radiant update. It is definitely a token to watch this week, given the fact that they have their main net, but by the rumor, sell the news, maybe, maybe. And that's why I'm being cautious and offloading some spot. Let's get into Solana now. This is the talk of the town. This has been one of the market leaders over the last couple of days. And that comes off the back of a few different reasons. Firstly, the fact that there was a massive shorter that got liquidated and that caused a short squeeze to the upside. So this massive whale got liquidated on a huge Sol position. And also the fact Galaxy didn't end up selling any so far Solana from the FTX liquidation. So I did a tweet on this. Actually, I said, as bearish as the one Bill Sol liquidation seems at face value. And this was back in September, a month ago, the majority of the Sol's locked. Gallancy are incentivized to sell for the best possible price. There will be a $200 million a week cap on FTX sales. And I wouldn't be careful shorting. And pretty much this was spot on. In the end, the pre -dump was greater than the actual selling event. And once again, it's another reminder that peak FUD equals peak opportunity in crypto. I did a tweet saying I was buying Solana and Matic during the Robinhood sale FUD event. And that ended up being the local bottom. And I did another tweet again saying, I would be cautious shorting here, given the fact that we could likely see a pre -dump greater than actual selling event. And that's exactly what happened again. We saw the FUD, so the market's fear to do with the selling actually accelerate the downside quicker than the selling could actually be priced into the market. And no, there hasn't been any material selling of Sol yet. So this is another reason, a contributing factor as to why Sol pumped massively in price. A lot of people were anticipating selling and we didn't get major selling. So Solana definitely is one to watch. This isn't really one that I'm that interested in shorting. Maybe only if we start move up here into the $26 zone and then you may get an opportunity to short at range high. But for me, this is mostly looking bullish and Sol's one I've been stacking spot for quite some time. So any major pullbacks, I'll continue to look to add Sol at these key horizontal levels that I've laid out here. If you are looking at a leverage trade, I think you've missed the major trade. You would either wait for mean reversion back down to the 200 MA, then maybe you could long that's around the $22 zone if Bitcoin is still structurally holding up. And then the X level is obviously that short at $26 .5. So until then, we're in no man's land, but this is the hottest token. And it's funny seeing everyone suddenly liking Sol again after fighting it a couple of weeks ago. All of a sudden the price pumps, everyone likes it again. And that's something that Rand pointed out in his tweet. If you're looking at getting additional confluence with your trades on top of your TA, one tool that I've been using is Kyber AI. For Solana, it's a bit weird because there's only wormhole Sol. So it's not native Sol on the Solana What you can do on Kyber AI is you can see the Kyber score so you can get a bullish momentum score. This can tell you the momentum of the token based on on -chain analysis. Something I like to do is look at the changes in trading volume. So if I want confluence for a long, I'll look in a reversal from trading volume going from large sell amounts to flicking into that bullish territory where you start to see more buy volume kick in and vice versa. On the short side, I'll look for reversal from the buy into the sell zone. So Kyber AI is a tool I've been using to help my on -chain trading and you can also see here net flow to whale wallets. This gives you an idea as to whether whales are buying or not. So positive net flow where it's more green than it is red indicates that whales are buying and then if it's more red than green that's called negative net flow and that generally means that whales are starting to sell. So also interesting to see what whales are doing when it comes to positioning themselves in tokens and that's something I also look at when it comes to trading. But yeah it's not just soul that you can look at on Kyber AI. There's a bunch of other coins as well and if you actually go to their bullish section or their bearish section you can see the most bullish coins of the day. Kanto is actually one of them. This is one that fundamentally I've been doing some research into and I really do like as a project based on the limited research I've done so far and you can see that this is heavily in bullish territory and if you look at the on -chain analytics you can see buyers are starting to ramp up and we also seeing the trading volume to the buy side starting to ramp up as well. So yeah you can basically look at the most bullish coins and the most bearish coins for the day and this can help you become a much better trader. So yeah Kyber AI is one tool that I thought I would mention today in the context of this watchlist given it's a more trading centric show I guess although we are incorporating fundamentals of course as usual as per my you know normal show structure. But if you do want to use Kyber AI there's a link in the description and for every crypto bounty member that uses the link we're going to give you early access because if you're in the general public it's very hard to get access because there's a huge wait list that can take weeks to get approved. We are going to expedite approvals for crypto banter loyal viewers so link in the description below. If you do want access to Kyber AI it is a free tool so I'm not shilling you a paid service it's a free tool that I think can really benefit everyone and yeah of course Kyber is a sponsor of the show and they've been a great partner to work with because I believe they built an amazing AI product. Let's get into some of the other coins these are really interesting link especially very interesting trades being one of the most bullish coins over the last week or two and I actually have a controversial play here I'm thinking of picking off a short on link and I'll explain why even though a lot of people are starting to long link maybe this will bite me in the ass but I'm going to tell you why and I'll also give you my invalidation.
A highlight from Trump Mugshot Merchandise? with Rudy Giuliani and Kane
"We are representing a second whistleblower from the FBI, Marcus Allen. Due to whistleblower retaliation by the FBI, I've been suspended without pay for over a year. Because of you, ACLJ donors, you get the best attorneys in the world. Hey, everybody found the Charlie Kirk show. Rudy Giuliani and Citizen Kane join us. Rudy Giuliani is going through a tough time right now. We have to back him. Email us your thoughts as always freedom at charliekirk .com and subscribe to our podcast and get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That is tpusa .com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. We have a tendency on this show to ignore all the chatter from the Vichy French Republicans. When somebody is under attack unjustly, they always have a place on the Charlie Kirk show. We've done this over the last couple of weeks, especially, and we're going to keep on doing this. And America's mayor, a decent man, an honorable man, is under attack in a disgusting way. And I think we all have to rally behind Rudy Giuliani. Rudy Giuliani has done nothing wrong. Rudy Giuliani is under attack because he was loyal to Trump and loyal to the country. And he joins us now. Mayor Giuliani, thank you for taking the time. First, how are you doing? And your response now being booked in Fulton County, Georgia. Well, thank you very much, Charlie, for that introduction. And I respect you for doing this, not only for me, but for all of the other people that are unjustly charged who maybe don't get as much attention. I have the benefit of getting a great deal of attention for what's been done to me. I have tremendous experience in this area, and I've been through far worse than this. There are a lot of people going through it for the first time, and it's terrible. But it's almost impossible to describe if you were brought up like a normal American. I wake up mornings thinking I'm not in America. I wake up mornings thinking I'm in what used to be described as the Soviet Union or East Berlin or maybe even Nazi Germany. The idea that people can be charged based on politics, even if you just posit the following. Right now, we have under indictment based on the indictments of four different Democrat district attorneys, all very questionable different attorneys. The strongest and most powerful candidate of the opposition party for president, who was the prior president. Now, that never happened in America before because we're a democracy and a country of laws. It does happen in communist countries, fascist countries, Nazi countries and totalitarian states. If that doesn't frighten the hell out of us, nothing will. So, Rudy, walk us through, I mean, you in a different time, you were one of the top prosecutors on the planet going after actual RICO cases, actual gangsters. And for doing nothing wrong now, they are coming after you for the same sort of similar charge that you once prosecuted. They don't know RICO if it hit him across the face. No, they don't. I mean, they've made unbelievable errors. I wish that the professor who wrote this, Professor Blakey, could be here because I think he'd give him an F minus. You know, missing from the RICO case is the extortion. People say, well, is it organized crime? And actually, it's crime by a very large organization over a very long period of time that has at the core of it very serious extortion. For example, if Trump had called the AG and said, get me 11000 votes, which, by the way, the president meant out of the 200000 that you and I know was stolen. And I know that for a fact, because that AG had sitting in his desk a report that he was hiding that virtually says that. Now, nobody tells you that, but it came out eight months, eight months later with a John Solomon request. FOIA But in any event, it would have to have been magic words there, words like, if you don't do it, I'm going to break your legs. If you don't do it, I'm going to shoot your wife. Those are the cases I prosecuted, not cases where people are persuading, people are debating, people are even arguing. We're all entitled to do that because of the First Amendment. What we're not entitled to do is to threaten harm and we're actually entitled to threaten harm as long as we don't have the means to carry it out. But we didn't even get to that stage. So this is a ridiculous RICO case. It's a ridiculous case to start with. And the worst part of it is it's a frontal attack on the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. It will deter other people from contesting elections that may very well have been stolen from them. And the only way they're going to find out is to go to court and aggressively argue their position. And this is in order to ensure a single party state. That's exactly right, Mr. Mayor. So I need to ask you, do you think that part of the reason they went so wide on the RICO is to try to get you to turn against Donald Trump in a multilevel kind of gangster type indictment? Do you think that's what they're trying to do here, Mr. Mayor? Yeah, I mean, they could get me to turn on Donald Trump and Donald Trump would turn out to be innocent. I mean, people say to me, are you going to cooperate? I'm happy to cooperate. I don't know a single damn thing that suggested Donald Trump committed a crime. You want me to tell you what happened? I'd be happy to tell you what happened. And look, I've already, Charlie, gone through my house being raided, my iCloud account taken for three years and spied on. And the day they took my iCloud account was the first day that I represented Donald Trump. And the day they gave it up was the day that I stopped representing him. So they took it in order to spy on Donald Trump. And then about eight months ago, they wrote a letter to the grand jury after costing me three or four million dollars in my law practice that there's no evidence over 20 years that I committed a crime. And then this Fannie Willis comes up with this garbage in Atlanta, which is me being a lawyer as well as Professor Eastman and the others. We were acting as lawyers. I mean, you used to think you got some protection for that. But Donald Trump has no First Amendment rights. Donald Trump has no right to counsel. I mean, they raided my law office. When I was a prosecutor, which I did a lot better than they ever did, I never raided a lawyer's office. Yeah, and I had lawyers representing the mafia, terrorists, Nazis. I had a lot better reason to do it than in an election dispute. So this is an assault on our Constitution. No one is exaggerating. And the president certainly isn't. When he says to people, it is very likely this administration continues. This can happen to you. So, Rudy, you're going to have to defend yourself. And in this particular venue, how can people help you with your legal fees and the costs associated with that? I'll get for you the exact place. But we have a legal defense fund, which they can help out with. It'll allow us not only to defend ourselves, but to become more aggressive and to go after them and try to get the information that they have. Because the strange thing is, Charlie, the crimes being committed here are being committed by them. I mean, this is Chapter 7. This is Chapter 7 in a book that begins with a Russian collusion. So that book has a conclusion, right? That conclusion is Democrats lying, Trump, Giuliani, Republicans telling the truth. And then there's another book, Improper Conversation with Ukrainian President Leading to Impeachment. That has a conclusion also. Democrats lying, particularly shifty -shift, Trump, Giuliani, Republicans telling the truth. Then we got the hard drive for which, if you go back and pick out the last debate, you see Biden accusing us, the president and I, of being Russian pawned. In fact, he calls me specifically, Rudy Giuliani, a Russian pawn. Well, that ends up 16 months later with Democrats and Biden lying, Trump, Giuliani and Republicans telling the truth. Now, I go on and on. There's no reason to believe that these aren't going to end up the same way. The sides didn't change here. I mean, the lifetime criminals, the Biden crime family didn't all of a sudden change and become honest. Believe me. If you could get that link or whatever for us so that we could promote it. I'll get the link for you. OK. Yeah. I just want to reiterate here on The Charlie Kirk Show, we are proud to be a place of political asylum. If you're under attack, you're going through a crisis and you're a good person. You are welcome on this program. Most of the Vichy French media run away. Oh, we don't want Rudy. We don't want that's not what we do here. One of the reasons why the left is taking over the country is we turn our back on our own far too easily. We're here to change that. Rudy Giuliani has done great service to this country and he is welcome anytime.
A highlight from The Ukraine Calamity and Facebook Files with Rep. Jim Jordan
"Hey, everybody. It's time for The Charlie Kirk Show. Public opinion on the Ukraine war has changed and moved dramatically from 7 % to 55%, and Congressman Jim Jordan joins us to talk about the recent revelations that show the censorship regime the Biden administration has been deploying on the American people. Email me as always, freedom at charliekirk .com. Get involved with Turning Point USA at tpusa .com. That's tpusa .com. Start a high school or college chapter today at tpusa .com. Buckle up, everybody. Here we go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running the White House, folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy. His spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, Turning Point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific Mortgage at andrewandtodd .com. For the last, boy, 16 months, we have taken some pretty serious stances on this program.
A highlight from Binance Fraud Charges Coming? (SBF SECRET Connection EXPOSED)
"We are right here in Bahamas. We are going to make it right. If you became a millionaire, would you keep working? The commander is here. What's going on right now? California's trying to figure out. Oh, I can. Welcome to BitBoy Crypto, home of the BitSquad, home of me, home of you, home of everybody that cares about crypto, that cares about being sovereign, that cares about decentralization, that cares about fighting the good fight, that cares about stopping corruption. It is home for all of us. Please hit that like button. Today is August 3rd. It's 11 .31 AM Eastern Standard Time because we want to give you 60 seconds just to get up to speed. It wasn't us. It was not me. It was not Nick. It was not Tim. Ben will be popping up very soon. What? 10, 20 minutes? Something like that? Hopefully 5 to 10. Yeah, hopefully 5 to 10. So we'll see Ben very, very soon. He's finishing up filming something right now. I just saw him. I got my phone charged. I saw him just doing this. Hey, guys, you know, something, something crypto. So then he's filming. What is he filming? What's it? Nick knows this. What's the story? What's the video he's filming right now? Ooh. Can we share the alpha on what the next video is? Get a little tease. Maybe we can't. Yeah. It's a deep dive on Sam Altman. Oh, it's Altman. Altman. Yeah. Deep dive. Okay. It's going to be a good one. I don't know if I'll ever be able to say Sam Altman. I just have to say Altman. Altman. Also, we're going to have Crypto Face on. He's going to be talking charts. One of my favorite TA people out there, how do you feel about Crypto Face? You're big in TA. Did you used to watch him back in the day? No. No, I have watched him more recently. Here's the thing. You can't argue with the results. Crypto Face is clearly one of the best traders you're talking about. I'm the monkey talking right now. No, so you can't argue with his results, so he clearly knows what he's doing. I myself don't really use Market Cipher, but every time I watch people like Ben use it or when I watch Frankie use it or Kelly, I know, used to use it very heavily, I always had a very heavy respect for it, so I'm excited to have him on. We have a question for him that we came across the other day about when the green dots, the double dots, print and not print because we thought we knew. Snake eyes, there we go. Yeah, so I'm excited to have him on. I've been talking with him for the last couple of days, and it's going to be great. We could have some sort of a drinking game as to how many times he says non -family -friendly words. Okay, I have my water, and I have my black bean juice, and so maybe I'll do the bean juice, but then I don't want to get too wired. It's like I'm in an SPF polycule, you know, hopped up in amphetamines. Don't want that. Alright, let's get right into the show, folks. Let's look at CoinGecko. What is the crypto market doing? Let us know if you like us just jumping right into the news here. We have a refresh about to happen because I don't know if I trust this. Okay, yeah, we have fallen further. We are now down 0 .3 % for the entire crypto market cap coming in at $1 .21 trillion. I remember just yesterday it felt like 123. Bitcoin dominance coming in at 46 .9 and ETH coming in at 18 .2. Gas a little bit low but not super low coming in at 38 Gwei. Alright, well, let's check out what's Bitcoin doing, what are some of these larger coins doing, and the top gainers and losers of the past 24 hours. We have Bitcoin down 0 .4%, it's not looking great, it's 29 ,200, it's holding strong above 29 ,000. Tim, is there a level? We fall below, you're getting scared. What is that number? Well, I mean, I'm sitting at the moment not liking a lot of things. Actually, we're going to talk about some more Bitcoin stuff later today. Believe it or not, when we talk about the BlackRock stuff, we're going to pull up the Bitcoin chart, monthly chart, and look at what happens when we see red Julys. We're sitting on short -term support right now. I'm not going to do all of Crypto Face's job for him, I'm sure he'll go more in detail on this. So I actually think there's going to be somewhat of a pump today, shorter timeframes, four -hour, one -hour chart pumps, but when you go out to the daily, two -daily, three -daily, there's more room to the downside when you pull up oscillators. We're not necessarily sitting super low. We did have a bounce back over here, but we're kind of sitting in a spot, again, two -daily, three -daily, you're looking at oscillators, they still look like they're moving to the downside, concerning for me for the next couple of weeks, but I do think next 24, 48 hours, maybe a little green, especially after a red yesterday. Alright. And Flazik Travels has a question, Golden Cross, on what chart? If you watch ATB Morning Stream, we do a Morning Stream on ATB, it's 9 .30am to 10 .00am Eastern Standard Time. And I covered it, and XRP and Bitcoin have a Golden Cross on the three -day. So if you want to check that out, the three -day chart. The only thing though, let's ask Crypto Face what his thought is. I want to hear what other technical analysts think. To me, Golden and Death Crosses are some of the most worthless technical analysis signals. Alright, well, the Golden Cross for Bitcoin on the three -day has only happened twice. Another reason why it's not necessarily significant, you want to see history, you want to see something happen numerous times and play out at least 80 % of the time in a certain direction. It's like the Halley's Comet of market signals. When you look at Golden Crosses and Death Crosses, there's no consistency. It's like 50 -50, which is not a good call either way. So every single time you see a cross. Well, I think that depends on the timeframe, because in this particular instance, it isn't a 50 -50. It is a 2 -0 for this particular instance. So both times it's hit. Just to focus on the three -day here, it has happened twice. Both times, within 400 -500 days, we put in a new all -time high. And so, you know, just for the three days specifically, yeah, sure, it's maybe something to look at. So, you know, maybe check that out. Maybe we could try it on some different coins. Maybe try it on ETH and some other stuff. Alright, well, speaking of ETH, we have ETH, it is down 0 .2%. BNB is down to 4%. XRP down 2 .5%. Cardano down 2 .5%. Litecoin down 4%. And Nick, what do you think of this? I think I maybe found the new slam dunk trade, okay? Last time I shared a slam dunk trade, it was the old go woke, go broke. Next time you see a Fortune 500 company, just do some crazy insane stuff, you can probably short the stock. That was my last one. Here's the new alpha. Every single halving event has led to like two to three red candle days. Can you just short Litecoin the day before the halving? Can you just short Bitcoin the day before the halving? Fill in proof -of -work coin. Is this a foolproof method? What have you seen on some of these coins when they do have a halving date? People dump. People dump. Like the miners dump. Now, Tim brought up, you know, a metric, you know, sometimes you maybe can find a metric that's 80 % to the one side, you know, 20 % of the downside. Usually that gets found out and then, you know, it gets closer to closer to 50 % as people trade against each other. Is that the last good metric? If you had to say, is it 80 % of the time it dumps, 90 % of the time, 60 % of the time? How often does a coin dump the day after halving? I think for proof -of -work coins, it's in the 80%. There is also a pretty good correlation of network upgrades to proof -of -stake coins and then their coin also the price dumping. So like if Ethereum, every time there's been an Ethereum upgrade, Ethereum is dumped. Cardano upgrades, Cardano dumps, right? Like every single time. So well, there was that one period in 2021 where ETH had a record day of green candles, but I think that was just more about timing of the market and everything. Yeah, yeah, yeah. DZ, I'm going back and looking. Alright, now he's looking at the three -day here. Oh, God. I'm not sure. I'm not sure what you guys are saying. It's, again, it's happened twice on Bitcoin, right? And XRP. 50 -50. Here, positive. We have the red line. This is the 50 crossing above the, or sorry, yeah, the 50 crossing above the 200. Right here, three -daily. Positive. That was the bottom. Good. One for one. Let's go to the second time it happened. Red crosses above blue right here. Short -term pump, but continuation to the downside. That's one -in -one. That was not a new rally coming in. The continued market to crash after. Let's go to XRP. Alright, well, I would say there's an asterisk with that because of March 2020 and COVID. So, I mean, sure, you could say, yeah, it went down. I think if you remove COVID, the 2020 chart looks a lot like the 2016 chart. That's just kind of by, been my assessment for three years at this point. But here's the, I think if you don't have COVID crash, it would look a lot more similar to the previous cycle, and we would not have gone below that. This though, right here, DZ, that's COVID. This is not COVID. This is not COVID right here. This is just a pullback from the pre -bull market rally. I guess, yeah, we do come down here, but all this price action. No, no, the metric was 400 to 500 days later. I don't know what's going to happen 60 days later. I don't know what's going to happen 90 days later. The thing they're pointing at is 4 to 500 days later, new all -time high. Yeah, we're not talking about two months later, X happens. 4 to 500 days later sets in a new all -time high. That is the thing we need to be looking at. That is the bullish indicator. Yeah, you could say, well, 74 days later, it was bad. I think the main takeaway there, 4 to 500 days later. So 400 days, what is that? 365 days in a year. One year plus 35 days. It's 13 months. In 500 days, you add an extra 100 days, three months. So 13 months to 17 months later, 16 months later, you're going to have a new all -time high. It's happened twice before. Will it happen the third time? Do not argue with the dictator, says Krik Katz. How does your wife feel about that statement? Well, my wife and my girlfriend and my girlfriend's husband all know not to argue with me. Okay. So it's official. Nick's wife does not watch the show. Alright, let's look at the top gainers before we get to site. Alright, alright. I think we have someone ready. Speaking of gains, how's the gym been lately? It's been good. No worries here. Nick's wife's boyfriend is here. So here we are. Just kidding. We love her. She's great. She's great. She's great. Not in that way. Look, guys.
"last 16 months" Discussed on Live From Studio 6B
"Well, this is not funny. I mean, you're reading this with a smile on your face. She was climbing the corporate ladder when she fell. Well, she lost her grip, obviously, who's been identified as a 34 year old male named Andre. The pair were chatting and drinking together on Friday evening inside Bancov's Moscow apartment when around 3 a .m. The young executive stepped out on the balcony and plunged 11 floors down to the sidewalk below. Why are you laughing? I don't know about you, but it seems like maybe they're missing railing in the country of Russia. I don't know. It's not funny, she's 28 years old. Exactly, and she was quite a looker as well. If you find a picture of her, you'll see it. Andre reportedly called an ambulance immediately, but Bykova was ultimately declared dead at the scene from her injuries. That's really surprising. Yeah, 11 floors, that'll do it. Yeah, and in a related story, Alexander Kolodich, 58, he was found dead and buried under his own home in the Russian capital earlier this month. The deputy of the Duma medical facility there ruled that there was a suicide, as you can tell, because they found the shovel next to him underneath his home. Wow. He reportedly held major committee positions and was also well -connected in the country's political machine prior to his sudden death. This adds to the more than 40 major Russian figures. Take this job and shovel it? No, no. 40 major Russian figures who have mysteriously died in the last 16 months. Deputy science minister, Petro Korchenko, died on a plane from Cuba to Moscow in May, shortly after he condemned Putin's war on Ukraine. No autopsy was given, but according to his family, the 46 -year -old's death was linked to a heart condition that happens when somebody murders you. So that's a... He saw it wasn't into the job anymore. Where are these stories from? What is this? Like the obituaries today? What is this? This is from MSN. Oh. Yeah, you can find it.
"last 16 months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Country and to take back territory that's been seized from them by Russia over the last 16 months. That's where our focus is. Secretary Blinken again speaking to ABC's This Week. Yonhap News reporting that North Korea's foreign ministry says that the Korean Peninsula is on the brink of nuclear war. A research report put out by the Foreign Ministry's Institute American for Studies says the current military tension is similar to right before the outbreak of the Korean War back in 1950. The North blames Washington and Seoul of pushing tensions by encroaching on the North more this year than ever before. The Foreign Ministry says that any war would rapidly expand into a thermonuclear world war. The report says the US must withdraw its military threats towards the North. The US Coast Guard says it will be leading the nation into the catastrophic implosion of the submersible vehicle, the Titan, as it dove on the wreckage of the Titanic last week. Investigators are working closely with other countries as well with agencies from Canada, England and France all taking part. The Coast Guard is convening a marine board of investigation, which is the highest level of investigation conducted by the Guard. Captain Jason Neubauer, the Coast Guard Chief Investigator at the Coast Guard Base in Boston, says what the powers FBI of the are. The FBI is also responsible for accountability aspects of the incident and it can make recommendations to the proper authorities to pursue civil or criminal sanctions. Five people perished in the accident. Kyriakos Mitsotakis has won a second four -year term as Prime Minister of Greece in a landslide victory in today's general election. The win gives Mitsotakis the ability to form a single -party government holding 158 of the 300 seats in Parliament. The Prime Minister has made the economy a focus with the Athens stock exchange up over 35 % so far this year and the country experiencing one of the fastest economic recoveries in the entire European Union. Former President Donald Trump speaking at and the Faith Freedom Coalition spoke about abortion in front of the evangelical Christian voters. Trump played up that he appointed the three conservative Supreme Court justices that overturned the constitutional right to have an abortion. Trump though did say he wanted to see exemptions made in cases of rape, incest or if the life of the mother is in jeopardy. Global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2 ,700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Dan Schwartzman, this is Bloomberg, back to you Doug. Alright Danny, thanks. Let's get to Eli Lee, he is our guest. Eli is managing director also the head of investment strategy at the Bank of Singapore, the subsidiary of OCBC Bank. He joins from Singapore. Eli, thanks for being with us. If we can, I'd like to talk about some of the geopolitical risk that may be getting us some expression, not a lot in markets. I'm looking at a higher oil price given some of the turmoil that we had over the weekend in Russia. To what extent is this still a risk that is not being adequately priced by markets? Right, so I think, you know, it's really hard the to predict effects of what happened over weekend the in my view. So I think the danger here is really the temptation to jump to conclusions on the effect of the Russian -Ukraine war, for instance, and what's happening internally in Russia. One thing we are fairly sure of is that rising uncertainties internally in Russia is a long -term negative for markets, right? And I think the market is struggling right now to try to price that in. And pretty conflicting messages if you see, I mean, you see crude moving a up little bit, but not much reaction in gold and in yen, other safe havens. And this is a sensitive time for markets as well. I mean, if you think about where global equities are right now after the run we've seen over the years to date, with the TGA review essentially taking out some liquidity over the rest of the year. And also it looks like the forward pricing for REITs over is in its keys a little bit, which do 150 basis points of rate cuts starting from October this year. I think that this is probably the time to take a pause and get cautious over the near term. Eli, just as we look at what happened in Russia over the weekend and try to digest what the impact will be there, which is exceedingly difficult these days, we do have reactions coming out of of course China, as we've been mentioning this morning, we're waiting kind of further word from other involved. powers What are you looking at, especially in terms of the US -China relationship, in reaction to what's happened in Russia that could destabilize markets? Right, so I'm not a geopolitical analyst, so I wouldn't dig into that too much. I do think that China really has its plate full with its own economic right now. I would hesitate into, I think, making a sort of conclusion about what happened over the weekend as it relates US to -China relationships. What I'm looking at for China right now is where easing is going to come up versus expectations, given that momentum has really slowed the economy over the last three months. So that's really where I'm focusing on. Yeah, we've seen a little bit of easing around the edges from officials in Beijing. To the point about weakness, a lot of the global PMI data that we've been at looking has been a little underwhelming. I think in the States we had a June reading at the lowest level since December. We'll get the China data on PMIs at the end of the week, the official numbers. Are you concerned right now that we're entering maybe a period of global stagflation where inflation, with the exception of China to be fair, remains stubbornly high in some of the developed markets? Japan increasingly struggling to get its arms around an inflation story that seems very odd
The Altcoin Apocalypse: Understanding Crypto's Weekend Crash
"You were watching the coins on Friday night, well, let's just say for the sake of your Friday night, I hope you weren't watching the coins. Today, obviously, we are exploring the Altpocalypse that sent a slew of tokens down by 15, 20 percent plus and asking, of course, what drove it. But to do so, we have to go back a little bit earlier. On Friday morning, Robinhood announced that they would be ending support for all the tokens named as securities in the lawsuits brought by the SEC last week. That delisting will affect Solana, Cardano and Polygonsmatic. Users will be able to access transfers and trading for the three tokens until June 27th. After that date, Robinhood will sell user assets at the market price and credit their accounts. Robinhood noted that no other coins are affected and that all tokens are safely held in cold storage. Now, this was the capstone on a week that also saw Robinhood's chief compliance officer, Dan Gallagher, testifying before Congress around the company's frustration with being unable to register the platform to offer crypto trading. Gallagher, who is formerly an SEC commissioner, said, quote, When Chair Gensler at the SEC in 2021 said, come in and register. We did. We went through a 16 month process with the SEC staff trying to register a special purpose broker dealer. And then we were pretty summarily told in March that the process was over and we would not see any fruits of that effort, end quote. Robinhood said that the delisting decision was part of their regular review process. However, only all coins named by the SEC were affected. Similar alts, for example, like Avalanche remain available. Robinhood tweeted, Earlier this week, the SEC sued crypto companies Binance and Coinbase. The SEC has alleged that a number of crypto currencies trading on those platforms are unregistered securities, including three that are currently supported on Robinhood crypto. This introduced a cloud of uncertainty around these assets, and as a result, our team has decided to end support for them. We believe in the future of crypto and will continue to advocate for regulatory clarity in the U .S. so that customers can participate in the marketplace with greater confidence. Now this is all infuriating and seems pretty much exactly like the SEC's goal. Ethereum mainstay Eric Conner said, As much as I'm not a fan of Solana and Cardano, I will absolutely stand against the SEC using bullying tactics to force exchanges to delist them.
"last 16 months" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"And now under Biden, I think the relationship is not good at all. You use the word transactional there in relation to the Saudi relationship with the United States while Donald Trump was president, but hasn't it always been basically transactional. There's not really any pretense from either Riyadh or Washington of any sense of common history or shared values that you hear when the United States and Western European nations talk of each other. Yeah, I don't think values is the way to think of the relationship. And I don't think it is just transactional. So for instance, for much of the Cold War, so roughly 1945 to 1990, the Saudis and the Americans had lots of shared interests, not just in terms of security from the United States for the Saudi regime in return for oil supplies, but both Saudi Arabia and the United States wanted certain kinds of regimes in the Middle East. They wanted regimes that were pro western. They wanted economic stability. They wanted maritime security and certainly both America and the Saudis were very anti communist and anti leftist movements so they cooperated very closely in terms of funding and financing political and ideological movements against communists. So there were lots of shared interests and those interests continue beyond mere transactional oil for security framework, which is how often the relationship is characterized. I think both countries deeply want stability by which I mean they want a reliable and secure source of energy from the Middle East. They don't want borders to be changed in the Middle East. And interestingly enough, in terms of stability and security of energy, this is something that China also wants today. So you see an overlap of interest between Saudi Arabia, China, and the United States. The reason we're doing this program is that of course over the last 16 months or whatever it is we're up to now.
Minnesota officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright freed
"The former Minnesota police officer who said she mistook her gun for a taser when she shot and killed Dante Wright in 2021, was released from prison today. The Minnesota department of correction, says Kim Potter was released out of an abundance of caution for her safety when convicted in 2022 she was given a two year sentence and had this to say. The family of doctor, right? I am so sorry. And then I brought the death of your son. Potter's two year sentence drew strong criticism from Wright's family and their attorney. She served 16 months under Minnesota law of those sent to prison, typically served two thirds of their sentence behind bars, and the remaining time on supervised release. I'm Julie Walker
"last 16 months" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"Most of us know, it's been painful for the last 16 months or so. But this is where I think the NBER when looking back, they're going to declare, okay, it's official here, because we're going to see unemployment numbers start to get pretty significant and start to rise. I continue to believe that this little rally that we've had recently in risk assets is the eye of the storm. So that's a good spot to be in for the very short term, but it portends to much worse events ahead. So I still think we have the recessionary bear market ahead of us. It may be sooner than we think, unfortunately. I've been talking about this fed pause rally where the market senses that the set is going to stop hiking the fed funds rate. When that has happened historically, risk assets tend to do fairly well for a short period of time, the best example I think of that is back from summer 2006 to summer 2007, the fed paused their rate hike cycle. I think at 5.25%, which is very similar to how it is now in the NASDAQ rallied for that 14 month period from I think July of 2006 to October 2007, the NASDAQ rallied 53%. So we can see those kind of rallies and risk assets when the fed does pause, but again, that's just sort of the last dance. Or the last you catching glimpses of the movie before the theater is completely, I'm sorry, and you have to run for the exits. But I still think that's lying ahead of us. I'll stop there. I see. Yeah, yeah, so Jeff, great summary and I love the fact that you brought up something I wanted to point out was the nonperforming loans as published by the Dallas fed. Just take a look at that chart, people. I don't know how to put something in the nest so otherwise I would, but nonperforming loans, Dallas fed, what does all this lead to, it leads to more instability in the banking system from a credit perspective, not just an interest rate perspective.
UN expert advising IOC gives views on Russians at Olympics
"A UN expert advising the International Olympic Committee says Russian athletes who have actively served in the military invasion of Ukraine should be allowed to return to international sports if they didn't take part in any war crimes. The UN special repertoire of a cultural rights, Alexander zanthe, said late Sunday, only Russian military members implicated in the allegations of war crimes, genocide, crimes against humanity or propaganda for war should be denied neutral status to compete in international sports ahead of the 2024 Paris Olympics, some fakey has angered Ukrainian athletes who took part in an IOC hosted call to consult them ahead of an Olympic announcement to Tuesday to update guidance for sports bodies, 16 months before the opening of the Paris games. I'm Charles De Ledesma
What Dr. Daniel Amen Learned From Analyzing Thousands of Brain Scans
"Important lesson from 83,000 brain scans. What is that lesson, doctor? What is the most important lesson that you derived from now? I think it's what, 247,000 brain scans, right? I mean, it's much more than that now. Is you are not stuck with the brain you have. You can make it better. And I can prove it. And we've done thousands of before and after scans. I do a series on Instagram called scan my brain. And about 16 months ago, I scanned Major League Baseball player, Troy gloss, who's the 2002 World Series MVP. And despite a lot of terrible and for concussions, he was drinking too much. He had lots of dark thoughts, he was suicidal. And I did his third scan last week, and it looked dramatically better. And he's dramatically better, which not only impacts him at impact. So he saw a correlation, you see the healthier brain, you also see symptoms improve and it's proof that this is 99% of the profession is missing it. And it's a long-term play. So it's not just, oh, let me give you this medicine and you're less depressed. Let me get your brain healthy. So long term, you have a dramatically decreased risk. For Alzheimer's disease. And I turned 69 this year. And one statistic that just horrifies me is 80 is 50% of people 85 and older will be diagnosed with dementia, or Alzheimer's disease. And I'm not okay with that, right? It's more normal to be demented that not to be demented. So as I take someone in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s. The idea is not to just get them symptom free to get them to fall in love with their and keep that healthy for the rest of their lives.
"last 16 months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"China's top health official is now saying omicron is no worse than the flu with regards to his death rate. Let's get the details from Ed Baxter, who's got that story and the rest of the global news. China's approach to continuing to move away from its COVID zero policy now that omicron is becoming less and less dangerous. Bloomberg Stephen engel. The top medical adviser to the government is saying Zhong mansha is saying the fatality rate of omicron. There are signaling out omicron as opposed to Delta and other variants of, of course, COVID-19, saying it essentially in line with the flu 0.1% fatality rate and infections rarely reach the lungs. Yeah, China's case right now also coming down. The latest report of over 10,000 infections will get numbers a little bit later, although there have been doubts raised about the accuracy of the case numbers because fewer people are being tested as easing occurs. Taiwan has received its first visit from a top member of Japan's ruling party in 19 years, koichi, whose policy chief of the LDP met with president Siam Wang over the weekend. Ukraine president Vladimir zelensky updating the nation on the state of the power supply says power has been restored to 1.2 million people and the Odessa region with 300,000 remaining now without power. Meanwhile, turkey's president Erdoğan is discussed ways to expand an agreement to safeguard global grain shipments with Russian president of Vladimir Putin and zelensky did say that he had spoken to Erdoğan as all. As well, Brittany griner is undergoing medical and mental assessment in San Antonio after her Russian release NSA spokesman John Kirby on ABC has heard here on Bloomberg says the deal reached by the U.S. was the best that could be had. In a negotiation, you do what you can. You do as much as you can. You push and you push and you push, and we did. And this deal we got last week, that was the deal that was possible. It was the deal we could get now. Now was the moment we could get it. And we executed it. The criticisms have been that at this well emboldened governments to arrest Americans and hold them hostage. Howe says it is up against a deadline because Republicans will control the next session. So the January 6th committee has met today planning out what the next steps forward will be for recommendations for criminal prosecution. Bloomberg's Billy house. Would investigate the investigators. In other words, the Democrats for the what they've done over the last 16 months. That's unlikely. I think everybody will want to just drop that. The Republicans will do other investigations, Hunter Biden and a load of things about the administration. So this is really the last two weeks the last December, the last shot. This January 6th committee will have to make its case. Yeah, members of the committee say it's findings are more than just symbolic. In San Francisco
"last 16 months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This is Bloomberg daybreak Europe. I don't think it's right that we then all sit around for ten days, wait for a new prime minister to come in and then wait ten days to three weeks for them to get their head around the information children are going to school ill for them hungry. We see mothers embarrassed that they can give their children to basics that we need. Rather than taking money from people and then giving it back to them as they hand out. Just don't take it in the first place. Bloomberg daybreak, Europe, on Bloomberg radio. It's 8 30 a.m. in London 9 30 in Paris and Berlin good morning I'm Stephen Carroll. I swear if you're listening to Bloomberg daybreak, Europe in London. We check the markets for you every 15 minutes on Bloomberg radio and the stock 600 is a tenth of 1% lower as we're half an hour into the trading session here in Europe, 4100 also lower by a tenth of 1% similar picture for the cack although the Dax is a tenth of 1% higher as is the FTSE mib in Italy across the stock 600 is insurance shares in the biggest gains. At this point in the trading session, insurance up by 1% of that group on the stock 600 but technology shares our bottom of the basket this arrow down by two thirds of 1% Alex. Let's get more on today's top stories we'll start with the energy crisis where there is yet more pressure on Europe's energy supplies, Russian crude oil flows through Ukraine to Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic have been halted as sanctions blocked the payment of a transit fee for the Druze burr pipeline flows are expected to resume in the coming days. This news is coming as Bloomberg has learned the UK as planning for several days of blackouts for industry and even households over the winter, Adam bell has had a policy at the consultancy stonehaven he's also former head of energy strategy in the department of business speaking to us here on daybreak Europe. He said the impact could be significant. The industrial blackout would probably be for four days up to a week. It's difficult to see it going beyond that. Certainly, what national grid is looking at is various schemes whereby they can pay industry more directly shut down in advance to give them more predictability around demand. In terms of how that impact on consumers, certainly anything can pose as costs and business will ultimately feed through to the products that they buy. It will also have an impact on jobs, of course, if some plants are becoming unsustainable. That was Adam bell head of policy at the consultancy stonehaven, the UK's national grid is warning that skyrocketing prices this winter are putting even more strains on consumers bills. The price cap for the average household is now predicted to rise to more than 4200 pounds in the first quarter of 2023. That's according to analysis from Cornwall insight. Market zucchini focused on the U.S. today with July's CPI inflation print set to drop in the coming hours. Economists anticipate another elevated reading, but below June's red hot annual reading of 9.1%. Bloomberg's Vinny del giudice reports. Gasoline prices are falling down more than 7% last month, but there's more to living food shelter services. There's not much light up in this year's inflation breakout. Bloomberg economics says the Federal Reserve's job as far from mission accomplished. Bloomberg economics anticipates another aggressive move at the fed's next policy meeting, another 75 basis point boost at September session. Veneta Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Now it's one of the most top ride stories on the terminal this morning, Elon Musk has sold $6.9 billion worth of shares in Tesla, the first time he sold stocks since dropping his bid to buy Twitter. Musk says he needs the cash if he's forced to go ahead with his aborted deal to buy the social media company. He's now offloaded around $32 billion of Tesla stock in the past ten months, but now says he's done selling and will buy Tesla shares again if the Twitter deal doesn't close. The shares were sold on Friday of last week. Still in the U.S. Donald Trump is facing intensified legal and political pressure after FBI agents searched his Florida home over allegations he took classified documents with him when he left office. The search was part of several ongoing legal battles in fulfilling the former president as he teases another bid for The White House. Jason Miller was heavily involved in Trump's two election campaigns. He expects him to run again and believes the move is designed to damage that. The fact that the FBI came in in a very politicized rage and did this can only be done for one reason and that's to try to hurt president Trump on politics. The undermining that we're seeing here of our entire constitution is pretty egregious. Trump ally Jason Miller speaking now. America's largest cryptocurrency exchange is posted a record loss, coinbase last $1.1 billion in the second quarter is the exchange was hit by the slump in digital asset prices, president Emily Choi says core retail customers are sitting on the sidelines because of the turmoil in crypto. I think it was a rough quarter for most companies in the crypto space. We obviously had some big episodic events that happened during the quarter. And so some of those asset prices shrunk, which then impacts things like the assets on platform and other numbers. Coin vice president Emily Choi speaking there, coinbase shares of sumped by 65% so far this year and made what's been labeled the latest crypto winter. Let's hear about more. Let's say more about what's coming up from Liang guarantee and can you fill us in? I can't fill you in, yes, indeed, Alex Webb good morning to you. I feel like that was a Craig David song, but we'll move on. At one 30 UK time we get U.S. CPI data. We've been talking about it all morning, and that will be coming so watch out for that and the U.S. headline CPI has exceeded estimates in 14 of the last 16 months, so be watching out for that. Chicago fed president Charles Evans and as Minneapolis counterpart Neil kashkari they due to speak this afternoon, and that's after the release of that CPI data. Tomorrow, while more from the U.S. we get PPI and initial jobless claims, and San Francisco fed president Mary Daly will also be on Bloomberg television tomorrow. In earnings, after the bell just for Stephen will Disney be waltzing after the company reports its earnings, and guess what, Friday doesn't slow down rounding off the week will get UK GDP and Euro area industrial production data. So that's all happening. Thank you, Leigh Anne for adding me as a Disney fan.
"last 16 months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg daybreak Europe. I don't think it's right that we then all sit around for ten days, wait for a new prime minister to come in and then wait ten days to three weeks for them to get their head around the information. Children are going to school ill private and hungry. We're seeing mothers embarrassed that they can give their children to basics that they need. Rather than taking money from people and then giving it back to them as a handout. Just don't take it in the first place. Bloomberg daybreak Europe on Bloomberg radio. It's 7 30 in London, 8 30 in Paris and in Frankfurt. Good morning. I'm Stephen Carroll. And I'm Alex Webb, you're listening to Bloomberg daybreak Europe life in London. Let's get a check on the markets for ease we do every 15 minutes on Bloomberg radio. We are half an hour away from the start of cash equities trading in Europe, the aristocracy futures are down by four tenths of 1% cat car on futures down by three tenths. We are watching a sell off in Asian shares as well after the latest Chinese inflation print there the CSI 301 and a quarter percent the hang seng down two and a half percent in Hong Kong, looking ahead to Wall Street S&P even many features are two tenths of 1% lower this morning and we are seeing a sell off across bonds as well at yields moving higher the German ten year bond yields now up 1.4 basis points to zero spot 93 while the Bloomberg dollar spot index is flat. Let's get to today's top stories and there's yet more pressure on Europe's energy supplies Russian crude oil flows through Ukraine to Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic have been halted as sanctions blocked the payment of a transit fee for the Druze brew pipeline. Flows are expected to resume in the coming days. Let this news comes as Bloomberg is reporting that the UK is planning for several days of blackouts for industry and even households over the winter, Adam bows head of policy at the consultancy stonehaven is also former head of energy strategy of the department of business, speaking to us here on daybreak, Europe. He said the impact could be significant. The industrial blackout would probably be for four days up to a week. It's difficult to see it going beyond that. Certainly, what national grid is looking at is various schemes whereby they can pay industry more directly shut down in advance to give them more predictability around demand. In terms of how that impact on consumers, certainly anything that imposes costs and business will ultimately feed through the products that they buy. It will also have an impact on jobs, of course, if some plants are becoming unsustainable. That was Adam bell head of policy at the consultancy stonehaven, the UK's national grid is warning that skyrocketing prices this winter are putting even more strain on consumers bills. The price gap for the average household is now predicted to rise to more than 4200 pounds in the first quarter of next year, according to analysis from Cornwall insight. Markets are keenly focused on the U.S. today with July CPI inflation prints set to drop in the coming hours. Economists anticipate another elevated reading, but below June's red hot annual reading of 9.1%. Bloomberg's Vinny del redi reports. Gasoline prices are falling down more than 7% last month, but there's more to living, food shelter services. And there's not much let up in this year's inflation breakout. Bloomberg economics says the Federal Reserve's job is far from mission accomplished. Bloomberg economics anticipates another aggressive move at the fed's next policy meeting, another 75 basis point boost at September session. The need to shoot ice Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Next, one of the top right stories on the terminal this morning, Elon Musk has sold $6.9 billion worth of shares in Tesla. The first time he sold the stocks and dropping his bid to buy Twitter, Musk says he needs the cash if he's forced to go ahead with his abortion deal to buy the social media company. He's now offloaded around $32 billion of Tesla stock in the past ten months, but now he says he's done selling and will buy Tesla shares again if the Twitter deal doesn't close. Those shares were sold on Friday of last week. From one billionaire with an affinity for social media to another, Donald Trump is facing intensified legal and political pressure after FBI agents search his Florida home over allegations he took classified documents when he left office. The search was part of several ongoing legal battles involving the former president as he teases another bid for The White House. Jason Miller was heavily involved in Trump's two election campaigns, he expect him to run again and believes the move is designed to damage that. The fact that the FBI came in in a very politicized rage and did this can only be done for one reason and that's to try to hurt president Trump on politics. The undermining that we're seeing here of our entire constitution is pretty egregious. Trump supported Jason Miller there. Now America's largest cryptocurrency exchange excuse me has posted a record loss coinbase last $1.1 billion in the second quarter as the exchange was hit by the slump and digital asset prices, president Emily Choi's as core retail customers are sitting on the sidelines because of the turmoil in crypto. I think it was a rough quarter for most companies in the crypto space. We obviously had some big episodic events that happened during the quarter. And so some of those asset prices shrunk, which then impacts things like the assets on platform and other numbers. That's coinbase price and Emily Choi speaking their coinbase shares have stumped by 65% so far this year amid what's been labeled the latest crypto winter. So let's get more on what's coming up this week, Leigh Anne, please run us through what's coming up in the next few days. I am indeed. I'm going to run you up. What's coming in just an hour? I don't know. What's happening to us? Alex, we're just doing it. Tell us what you've got. I'll tell you what we've got. Sorry, both of us are just studied. Now what's happening? 8 30 a.m.. So that's a lesson in hours time Bloomberg. TV will be speaking to Hendrick Anderson, now he's the bestest wind assistant CEO, Steven, you broke those earnings a little bit earlier, didn't you? Which were slightly below estimates so we'll bring you that. And at one 30 UK time we get the U.S. CPI data, the U.S. headline CPI has exceeded estimates in 14 of the last 16 months, so we will be looking forward to that data within speaking about it all morning, then Chicago fed president tells Evans and as Minneapolis counterpart Neil kashkari so they due to speak at this afternoon following the release of that data, more coming out of the U.S.
Sen. Josh Hawley Pins Judge Jackson About Child Porn Case Comments
"He asked judge brown's judge Brown Jackson senator hawley did About some comments she made about an 18 year old in possession of child pornography and apparently judge Jackson claimed that the 8 year olds in the pictures were peers folks I'm really sorry but this isn't the kind of stuff I'm just kind of willing to let go anymore I'm not anymore I'm not willing to let this go ever but you know with the left will forgive anything and this bizarre thing with this treatment of kids and the left just disappearing into an immoral vacuum is just disgusting I'm not willing to let this go And you shouldn't be either And the fact that the fact checkers on the left are losing their minds about it says to me that they've got a serious problem of what's going on here and they know it Jim queue up cut 9 Here is Josh hawley asking judge Jackson Why 18 year olds watching child porn It's appears This is just disgusting Check this out This is you to the defendant You were viewing sex acts between children who were not much younger than you and this whole discussion is about why you're only giving them three months Judge he was 18 These kids are 8 I don't see what sense they're peers I've got a 9 year old a 7 year old and a 16 month old at home And I live in fear that they will be exposed to let alone exploited in this kind of material I don't understand you saying to him that their peers and that therefore you are viewing sex acts between children who are not much younger than you and that that's somehow a reason to only give him three months Help me understand this
Judge Regina Chu Did the Best She Could on Kim Potter Case
"Ex police officer Kim Potter shouldn't serve one minute in jail It's an accident That's the whole point of the body cams right Here's judge Regina Chu today Cut 13 go Given all these considerations and having carefully considered the commons of the family And of both daunting right And the comments of Kimberly Potter as well as the arguments of counsel it is essential and judgment of this court that you shall be committed to the custody of the commissioner of corrections for a period of 24 months You shall serve two thirds of that time or 16 months in prison and a third supervised release assuming no disciplinary disciplinary offense or a conditional release violations So this judge judge Chu stood up Against the prosecutors who wanted 7 years Stood up against rights family who wanted the book thrown out which would have been 25 years And in my view Kim Potter shouldn't do one minute in jail Not one minute But I think this judge did the best that she could With no question Her concern for people breathing down The back of her neck and the potential For God knows what
Kim Potter Sentenced to 2 Years for Accidentally Killing Daunte Wright
"And so Potter was sentenced today to two years in prison For the death of Dante Wright she thought she was firing her taser Now why is that The 26 year Brooklyn center police veteran as the New York Post notes was convicted of manslaughter in December for the fatal shooting which took place after tried to flee a traffic stop Video from the scene showed Potter shout that she was going for her taser though she'd mistakenly pulled her pistol She fired a single shot before realizing her mistake Now judge Regina Chu said during sentencing this is one of the saddest cases I've had on my 20 years on the bench This is a cop who made a tragic mistake She'll be available or eligible for supervised released after 16 months in prison
"last 16 months" Discussed on KGO 810
"Yet, Richard, you'll leading the core from the North Jackson's car. Richard. You'll is the youngest of the corps commanders Longstreet in Hill, and he has an opportunity that first day to overwhelm the Reynolds is three car overwhelming win The battle, however, least sends him what you call a discretionary order. Does that suggest that Lee was not thinking he was going to win the battle or was being cautious II puzzle about this, Jeff? I don't think it was friends, Jonathan. Each of those things I think it was just a matter of property lease leadership style, and each one of us has a leadership style that we're comfortable with. For those who work force, and that style will operate on extreme from absolute total control to absolute total empowerment. We all operate somewhere on that particular continue. Lea liked empowers the board. It's like to give them broad guidance and allow them to operate have had found over the last 16 months that he's been in command, but that it afforded him many opportunities for success. I think what he fails to realize is that his the people he's commanding had now changed significantly in a real big way. And that is, of course for the Confederates. A loss of Thomas Stonewall Jackson. He was shot by his own man and killed a Chancellorsville. Is a big hole, and Lee has decided in a few weeks prior to coming north that he's going to reorganize the Confederate army and we went from having just two cores to having three course. He has to elevate a lower ranking officer. In this case, you'll to take over command of the core that Jackson was in command within. You had been one of Jackson subordinates and then also make a P. Hill, the commander of the newly formed core, because the Confederate army will be about the largest going to be throughout the war about 75,000 or so troops. So that's that leadership style that Lee had enjoyed and found work for him doesn't work quite so well. When I give that guidance of discretion to you'll who was not used to that had only been a corps commander for a couple of weeks now. As opposed to Jackson. And and there's been many conjectures even been books written about. Well, what would have happened if Stonewall Jackson had been present? Uh, I can tell you in my humble opinion. If Jackson had been there, and you've gotten that discretionary order, he would have continued the attack. That was his style. Very aggressive. So I think Lee is really Following his instincts and his style and went really in many ways the people whole, you'll at fault for not progressing aggressively. I really fault leave, really, because I think he should have realized new person. He added. Command and adjusted his style accordingly and bit more direct that that's what he wanted him to do. The book is Battle tested Gettysburg Leadership Lessons for 21st century leaders, Jeff McCausland as the authors the end of the first day. The U. The union forces are arriving through the night the Confederate forces have arrived and are in position for the second day of the battle battle of Gettysburg. Lee is going to have a very important conversation with his corps commander, his veteran corps commander James Longstreet, when we come back, this is CBS. I am the world. I'm speaking to Colonel Jeff McCall..
"last 16 months" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"You'll find a link to our merch. And you can support us in any of those ways. And we even though we've sent John here dozens of products. I don't see him wearing a single one on the show, but you know how many times I wear them on the show? I'm just, I'm just not. I'm just messing with you. But you could get a lot of great stuff that were really proud of the mightest touch website. And I saw today people were posting photos. They had like a bunch of dogs and they had all the dog here on them. The most super cool. What was the dog one? We have dog bandanas that say dogs for democracy. We have dog bowls that say docs for democracy. We have cat collars that say, a proud Democrat. And we have cat water balls also that say proud Democrat. Whose idea was that? And Jordy's the majority of the merchants the merch man. Jordan would say too much. The brains behind the march for sure. So let me ask you, man. And I know I've asked you before, but your popularity keeps on growing. I'm surprised like Bill Maher hasn't asked you to come on yet. We have not gotten the Bill Maher ask. It would, frankly, maybe be a little bit of a contentious visit at this point in the Bill Maher career where he's at in his stage. I'm not going to take any points. What's going on? Look, I'm not going to take any cheap shots in him because I've watched him since I was literally like I've watched him in the space for the longest time. And he's always been fantastic. Something's changed with him during the pandemic, though, that it's just like the very start of it too and you know, who knows? Maybe maybe it's because he doesn't have those familial relationships around him where he's not worried about sons and daughters and sort of extended family members like that. I've always looked at him as sort of a north star, but there's something that's happened in the last 16 months. I agree. A little bit strange. Good point, charity. I do agree with you there. Yeah, page, you have the sake bomb shirt. Brett promised that along with the vaccinated bracelets, but he never sent it to me. Brutal, Brett. I absolutely I sent you like hundreds of dollars worth of stock. No, you didn't send me.
Read, Reach out, and Act in Moments Like the Upcoming 2022 Election
"Let me tell you something. I think I've done so far. I mean, scores of interviews. With so many wonderful people. Wonderful people on Fox. Wonderful people and Talk radio. Wonderful people. In various Mhm. Websites. Bloggers, news organizations. That's fantastic. And after a while, you get worn out. But then I think about you, I think about the future of the country and I get my second win. This has been a long process. Took me 16 months to ride it. We've been talking about it for three months. Now it's finally out. Now we need to galvanize and now I believe we are The only thing I would ask is those of you who are listening to me. Because there are many millions of you listening to this show and listening to my podcast. In so many different platforms and so forth. Please join us. We need you. Please join us. All you have to do is read. All you have to do is reach out. All you have to do is a few steps a few things here and there. Whatever you're comfortable with. Believe what we are going to. But we are going to create here is An army of activists. In an army of leaders today and for tomorrow. I believe the consequences of you. This movement will be felt in the 2022 election like people cannot imagine Lindsey Graham's finally picked up on it. I think you heard me mention it on
We Have to Keep Talking About the Movement Behind 'American Marxism'
"These are two Washington Post reporters. It's another trash mouth smear job on Donald Trump. It's number one. Number three is a book called Landslide the final days of the Trump presidency. Another Attempt to smear President Trump by Michael Wolff, who was a hit man in my opinion. The book in between these two number two on Amazon is American Marxism. This is a book that many of you have already acquired. You may be scratching your head. Well, how is this other book number one Because this is what they do. It'll be a hot book for a month or two, and then I'll go away. The problem is they don't go away. That is the people who are doing this to this country. And so The overwhelming majority of you. Have posted. It have comment that you appreciate the fact. That this book was written that it that it fuses with all the events that are swirling around us. And so but But then there were a handful. Enough already enough already who just want to go by the numbers paint by the numbers and these are people who are not going to help save the country. These are people who expect everybody else to save the country for them. So I reject them. I ignore them. If I can spend 16 months of my life, writing this book in the last three months of my life talking about it. In the next several months of my life again. Trying to promote what's in the book. Then I think it's okay. That we go over some of these issues. Going a little section of the program. To try and convey What's going on? Wouldn't be weird if I wrote this book, and I didn't talk about what's in it and yet say Go form a movement. Gobi activists go to this re Chapter five. Well, What does that mean? It means nothing. It's idiotic.
"last 16 months" Discussed on The Dork Forest
"And they can't, they, they can't get it together enough to fight the villain cuz they're just so distracted. And I think at one point Wolverine refers to joints as left-handed cigarettes, and I was just like, that's such a great phrase, life really is and something Wolverine would say, yeah, it's it feels Canadian right? It feels Canadian. It feels in in he's also hundreds of years old. It's a it's a Joe Biden, any kind of thing. You know, it feels. I feel like sometimes that Wolverine is the Joe Biden of the X-Men more powerful than you could imagine. And yet and off Kind of a Gooney Bird. This stuff is really sturdy deceptive. And yeah stocky. He's guys, dudes. Got it. So but here's the thing we're not here to talk about June eleventh. I suppose we could we're here to talk about Star Trek cuz that's what have you been watching? Have you been back? Did you back up and read a lot? Watch, a lot of Star Trek during the last 16 months. Yeah, I had I had never seen. Well, it's not true. I have probably watched a handful of the original series. I think I had seen the mirror episode of Star Trek off when you're you're talking William Shatner. Yeah yeah. Okay. And maybe like one or two more I think out of curiosity maybe to get a couple of jokes that are in other, you know, antecedent entertainment, right? Just for research. Exactly. Yeah. But my my partner and all things and a rubinova she was producing a Star Trek recap. Cast called tracks in the city and oh yeah yeah oh yeah yeah so yeah I think I've been yeah so you know, Allison Veronica. They're great and Anna heard so much about this show and was just like this, it sounds good. We should probably watch it and we didn't have anything else to do for about a year and half. Started to do start with the o g t, show the original Star Trek at all. Exactly. You have to, you have to fall in love before you go back. Yes. So what did you start with? We started off next generation and that first season is. It does feel like they're kind of warming up into stuff, cuz there's like some weird first season episodes, like, where they happened upon the the space Irish people, you know? Yeah, yeah. There there's a lot of first season. There's first in sitcoms, there's first three episodes in Star Trek's. There's literally first eighteen to twenty-two episodes first three seasons. Yeah, yeah. We're just like why are there six good things in this first two seasons or whatever? Yeah, yeah, it is brutal. I don't know why I stuck it out and I am I'm sorry. I bulk a little bit even though they have gotten to actually better. Though. Okay, so you watch Star Trek the Next Generation which I forget. Is there like, eleven seasons of that? What, what are we talking? I think off the top of my head, I want to say about 9, okay, but yeah, a lot even your favorite characters, like who did you end up relating to or or or kind of like what everyone makes fun of Wesley, but it was nice to address and all that. There were any sort of children. Yeah. On the, on the ship. Yeah. I like the, I like the crusher family church but, you know, it's hard, not to be delighted by data..
"last 16 months" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Funk here on this Monday afternoon. It's for 50. Thanks so much for joining us. It's Chicago's afternoon news. John Hanson in for Steve Bertrand, and of the many things that Covid 19 messed up for all of us. The court system saw seismic changes, especially at 26th in California, although I don't think it was ever fully closed, as some people will say, but Things are getting back to normal there to channel nine. Sean Lewis joins us, Sean, How you doing, my friend I'm doing all right. How are you doing? I'm doing to hear you here. Yeah, it's good to chat with you again, Sean, and, uh, Yeah. I mean, the the big limestone courthouse didn't shut down completely. But we're seeing this Come back to normal. Is it completely back to normal today? Yeah, it's not completely back to normal. But, you know, I talked to a public defender, one of the management in the in the office there and she said today was probably the best day she's had at work in the last 16 months because everyone in the office at least is back the courtrooms themselves. Some of them are somewhat open. Others are still virtual, and that's because there's still a six ft rule in place for the courthouse. So you have all the staff members there. You don't have a lot of the cases there yet, and they're waiting on Chief Judge Timothy Evans on Friday will be putting through an order that will Reduce that six FT. Distance to three FT. Which will allow about 80 more courtrooms to be able to get up and running with trials And that will happen finally on the 23rd. So you're still seeing this ramping up, but you're seeing some progress. And they need it, John because you're talking about almost 30,000 felony cases in Cook County that are backlogged right now, and each one of those has to be dispensed with in some fashion either pleaded out or has to go through a full trial. Are they taking those? I guess you could say as it were, like, you know, chronologically when they got backed up, then they get whooped or is it Severity of crime. How are they adjudicating When of these cases in what order? They're going to be regulated on as we go forward, and some of them will be put through on on that chronological scale if they were supposed to go to trial if they were separate trial Perhaps last spring summer fall. They're going to be going first. And then they'll get to probably some more severe, uh, crimes that need to be adjudicated. And then they'll go through the lesser ones as well. One thing you need to note is that defendants have a right. To what's called the speedy trial clock. Now that is something that goes along with the U. S Constitution, your right to have a speedy trial. Uh, Illinois codified it in law. So you have If the defendant says, I want to speedy trial that starts o'clock, it's either one of 20 days if you are locked up or if it's 160 days, if you're out and you have the trial has to start within that amount of time. Now Some defendants and defense attorneys may use that with this big backlog to try to gain the system. You will right and try to say Okay, we're ready to go. You have 120 days. The prosecutors then have to get ready for the case. And if they're not ready, then the case gets dismissed. But they have to be careful because The defense has to be ready because if The prosecution is ready and the defenses I'm ready to go, Uh, but they're not that will catch them. And then they have to be very careful about that. I know Other lines of work can hire extra workers. Well, that's a whole other story to try and catch up on orders or whatever the case may be, obviously court systems way more limited. There's a set amount of judges, right like there isn't a lot of flexibility and what you can do to move things along faster. So one thing that raised my eyebrows today. I talked to Chief Judge Evans today and he said we have, uh, we have emergency judges. Oh, and my eyebrows raised and I said, do you have just have a bank of judges somewhere that we don't know about and he goes actually, what it will be, is that we have this. This is something that they've come up with in the pandemic. They have a list a roster of judges who used to be in the criminal court system but now have switched to other divisions of the court system. So if they need to, if they have, like this big rock come in, and they need to get those off the backlog. What they'll do is they'll call on these other judges who are now trying civil cases or family cases, and they'll pull them back. Criminal court in order to get through that backlog in time. Yeah, I want to be on the emergency judge list. I have some, don't we all. Hey, it sounds like a fun was to be. Yeah, right. Like a substitute teacher. I know they're qualified to but, you know. Hey, let me be a judge Sean. Next for your time today, we appreciate it. Thanks, John. Good to talk to you. All right. Each day at this time, we'd like to take a temperature check in the newsroom kind of look at stories, which are hot which stories are cold. All of it brought to you by our great global sponsor. American weather makers heating and cooling the 60 minute, Men Lord lap Go what you're watching today. Well, I'm definitely definitely going to bring this up in the five o'clock news, but we finally have our three winners for the first drawing of the $100,000 prices. 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‘Black Widow’ Soars to Pandemic Box Office Record
"Go along. Marvel's black widow is lining as lighting up movie boxes. This movie box offices this weekend, NPR's Bob Mondello has more getting black widow into theaters took forever originally set to open in May of 2020. The film's premiere was pushed by the pandemic first to September then to May of this year, and finally to this weekend plan, or shall I just a duck and cover? My plan was to drive us away. A real plan sucks. But all the waiting has paid off between Thursday previews in Friday's opening day, the film has taken in almost $40 million, which should translate to about $90 million for the full weekend. That's not huge for a Marvel movie. It's a record for the pandemic, and it's led to another record the first weekend in 16 months where the box Office for all films will top 125 million. Industry sighs of relief would probably be audible, if not for black widows
'Black Widow' Sets Pandemic Record With $80 Million in Theaters
"Black widow is lighting up movie box offices this weekend. NPR's Bob Mondello has more getting black widow into theaters took forever originally set to open in May of 2020. The film's premiere was pushed by the pandemic first to September than to May of this year. And finally to this weekend plan, or shall I just stay? Duck and cover? My plan was to drive us away. A real plan sucks. But all the waiting has paid off. Between Thursday previews and Friday's opening day, the film has taken in almost $40 million, which should translate to about $90 million for the full weekend. That's not huge for a Marvel movie. It's a record for the pandemic, and it's led to another record the first weekend in 16 months where the box Office for all films will top 125 million industry. Sighs of relief would probably be audible if not for black widows on screen explosions.
"last 16 months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Lifelong sports collectibles enthusiasts, hobbyists who started collecting cards and other collectibles when he was a 12 year old kid and in South New Jersey he now runs What is the largest independent auction house for sports collectibles and trading cards and the house that so far this year has broken a new record for sales just about every month. He's been doing this for some time, correct. Yes, he started golden auctions in 2012. He saw coming out of the global recession and know seven or eight that there was an interest in investing in alternative assets and that trading cards would be one of those places that I'll do people with excess cash room and put their money. But the business has really taken off over the last 12 to 18 months, so much so that they had a recent auction, right and it crashed the site. Is that right? Yeah, there has been. He works with this company called simple auctions dot com And because Golden is such kind of a shameless self promoter and has attracted so much attention, there are hackers that frequently have attacked the site during his auctions. Let's bring in a Bloomberg business Week editor Joel Weber, who joins us now on the access line from Brooklyn, Joel, Why do you think that that that this type of asset right now? I mean, look. Lucas said. It's been having a moment for the last 12 years. But why? Over the last year over the last 16 months, has it really been having a moment? I think people are craving. Um, assets that are are slightly alternative. Right? And I think like even things like Meme stock sort of Have shown that so as we did in that cover story. Um, uh, just a couple months ago about sneakers being yet another place If you can flip something and make a buck have fun doing it. I think all of that stuff suddenly starts to to resonate in new found ways when you know many people have have too much time on their hands. You know the question I have for you, Lucas is how much are all these baseball cards from my childhood worth, though? You know, it depends on what kind of condition they're in. Are they have you had them graded or they appear, say eight or above. No, I have not had them graded. Um And I think there's a lot of like, Maybe Don Mattingly, 1987 Topps cards. Okay, so a grade 10 Is in the example in your piece from Michael Jordan. Michael Michael Jordan example. Grade 10 is $480,000 versus a great eight. That would be just 11,600 to $12,000 not to mention if you go all the way down to a grade one, which is poor condition 2500 to $3000 Lucas. Yeah, There's a huge range in prices, you know, all of which is determined by these third party grading companies say is the number one. But there's also back up those others They have been so overwhelmed by demand. This year because of people probably like Joel trying to get their cars graded that they stopped greeting new cards for a period. Say has sworn to me that they're hoping by July to be back up and running and fully Hey, listen, I want to understand how this story came to be. So, Joel, What was the picture? How did the like, How did it come? Especially story like this with a character like this, As with so many things, it starts with Lucas and I'm talking about something else. And then and then he would email meat. A little bit later, and he goes by the way. What are you doing about trading cards, and I was like, nothing. Tell me more. Tell me everything and he was like, Well, there's this character that that we should profile and and that's began his reporting, Um So Lucas. I'm curious like you know, the There's the card that I grew up with and then which are let's just be honest with nothing. And then there are the cards that are truly collectibles. And they they I think they might. Even they might even push the envelope of like what a card means, right. So talk to us about where the market has gone on that front. Yeah, one of the things that happened A long time ago. There used to be people would manufacture tons of different cards. And now all the card manufacturers have gotten a lot smarter about it. And so there are going to be just kind of generic rookie card so it can be really valuable. But they also make have one off cards or limited sets of 10 like there's Luca Don Cheech card that sold earlier this year for more than $4 million, And it's because it's one of one and he's this guy who everybody thinks is going to be. You know, the next LeBron the next Michael Jordan. There's been a lot of a lot of effort to restrict supply and create special editions to kind of create scarcity because that's like any market, it booms based on scarcity. There's also the added wrinkle sort of where do n FTS fit into this? Because they're kind of like trading cards, But they're not like trading cards, and even Ken Goldman has started to sell them in his auctions, none of them Have generated as much money as the top.
"last 16 months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Ken Golden is a lifelong sports collectibles enthusiasts, hobbyists who started collecting cards and other collectibles when he was a 12 year old kid in in South New Jersey. He now runs what is the largest independent auction house for sports collectibles and trading cards and the house that so far this year has broken a new record for sale. Just about every month. He's been doing this for some time. Correct? Yeah, he started golden auctions in 2012. He saw coming out of the the global recession and seven and eight that there was an interest in investing in alternative assets and that trading cards would be one of those places that I'll do people with excess cash route and put their money. But the business has really taken off over the last 12 to 18 months, so much so that they had a recent auction right in a crash. The site is that right? Yeah, there has been. He works at this company called simple auctions dot com And because Golden is such kind of a shameless self promoter and has attracted so much attention, there are hackers that frequently have attacked the site during his auctions. Let's bring in a Bloomberg business Week editor Joel Weber, who joins us now on the access line from Brooklyn, Joel, Why do you think that that that this type of asset right now? I mean, look. Lucas said. It's been having a moment for the last 12 years. But why? Over the last year over the last 16 months has it really been happening a moment? I think people are craving. Um, assets that are are slightly alternative. Right? And I think like even things like Meme stock sort of Have shown that so as we did in that cover story, uh, just a couple months ago about sneakers being yet another place If you can flip something and make a buck, have fun doing it it I think all of that stuff suddenly starts to to resonate in new found ways when you know many people have too much time on their hands. You know the question I have for you, Lucas is how much are all these baseball cards from my childhood worth? You know, it depends on what kind of condition they're in. Are they have you had them graded or they a pizza eater above. No, I have not had them graded. Um and I think there's it's a lot of like, Maybe Don Mattingly, 1987 Topps cards. I will say it distressed me How much Now? I think I could probably look at a card and analyze all the tiny little flaws in it because I had can sit down with me one day to talk me through these like we had 10 Michael Jordan rookie card straight into one to pen and I have to say it was very easy to spot the defects at the lower end. Seeing the difference between what the PSA eight and 10 seems pretty arbitrary to me. Okay, So a grade 10 is in the example in your piece. Michael Jordan, Michael Michael Jordan example. Grade 10 is $480,000 versus a great eight. That would be just 11,600 to $12,000 not to mention If you go all the way down to a great one, which is poor condition 2500 to $3000 Lucas. Yeah, There's a huge range in prices, you know, all of which is determined by these third party grading companies. PSA is the number one, but there's also back at those others. They have been so overwhelmed by demand. This year because of people probably like Joel trying to get their cars graded that they stopped greeting new cards for a period has sworn to me that they're hoping by July to be back up and running and fully Hey, listen, I want to understand how this story came to be. So, Joe, What was the picture? How did the like, How did it come? Especially story like this with a character like this? As with so many things, it starts with Lucas and I'm talking about something else. And then and then he would email me a little bit later and he goes by the way. What are you doing about trading cards, and I was like, nothing. Tell me more. Tell me everything and he was like, Well, there's this character that that we should profile and that's began his reporting, Um So Lucas. I'm curious like you know, the There's the card that I grew up with and then which are let's just be honest worth nothing. And then there are the cards that are are truly collectibles. And they I think they might even They might even push the envelope of like what a card means, right. So talk to us about where the market has gone on that front. Yes, one of the things that happened a long time ago there used to be people would manufacture tons of different cards. And now all the card manufacturers have gotten a lot smarter about it. And so there are going to be just kind of generic rookie card so it can be really valuable. But they also make One off cards or limited sets of 10 like there's Luca Don Cheech card that sold earlier this year for more than $4 million, because it's one of one and he's this guy who everybody thinks is going to be. You know, the next LeBron the next Michael Jordan. So there's been a lot of a lot of efforts to restrict supply and create special editions to kind of create scarcity because that's like any market, it booms based on scarcity. Is also the added wrinkle sort of where do n F T s fit into this? Because they're kind of like trading cards, But they're not like trading cards, and even Ken Goldman has started to sell them in his auctions. None of them have generated as much money as the top of the top of the line trading cards, but they still go for tens of thousands of dollars. So that's what I was just going to ask you about Lucas R. N. F. T s and if that's sort of the way in for the next generation, or if the next generation is going to continue with the classics I think that a lot of the people buying these cards now are the next generation. They're younger people buying Pokemon cards. They're also buying basketball cards. The real shift in the collectibles market here has been from people who want to buy the Don Mattingly card. The old baseball old school baseball cards to people who want their the contemporary. Athletes, especially in like basketball, football. Soccer They a lot of people have compared it to a form of gambling or form of fantasy sports where you are, you know. You see somebody play well, and their value will jump. In the market, or you see, somebody have an off game and maybe you go in to buy it because you think that their prime to actually played really well for the rest of the season. What about my pugs? I think you're you're out of luck. Enough. Dogs are ever probably revealing too much about my feeling. So lost right now, Lucas, you had a number of really good voices in the story. I'm curious. What was your What was your favorite interview that you've got to do And what was there? Insight that you got from it. Um Good question. Uh, There are a lot of good ones. I mean, I love talking to Bill Simmons, who is a lifelong collector. And who has who has looked at space for a long time. I like talking to Kevin Durant. Business partner. Um, because Kevin Durant has gotten really into collecting. We didn't even end up getting to quote him in the story. But Kevin Durant has gotten really into collecting his own cards, and there was an auction that I was monitoring. In March that Ken did, and he had been on the phone with Kevin Durant, business partner earlier in the day strategizing how to get this one rookie card and then over the course of the night Kevin Durant, It's party based in New York, fell asleep. And the Ken didn't have the clearance to go above a certain price threshold to bid on it. So Kevin Durant ended up getting outbid for his own rookie card. Uh, um, which was was just funny to hear. Uh, Steve Cohen. There's an aspect to this story, right? Steve Cohen, along with this collector Nat Turner, who was probably the most helpful collector that I spoke with. No bought. This bought collectors universe which is the parent company of that grading firm. PSA, not Turner. By the way, this guy who You know, he sold his healthcare company along with his co founder for like $1.9 billion to Roche a few years ago and has since he is he is sitting on so many different cards so much value that he doesn't know how many cards he has or what they're worth. He just knows that all told, he's probably got like 30 40,000 cards that are worth at least a few $100 apiece. So how much is golden? Really Making off all of this? His firm takes a 20% cut from every sale. So for so far this year, I think they're at like 150 or $200 million in sales, which means that his company is taking 30 to 40 million, which by the way, is more than they made in total sales like the net sales from just a couple of years ago. He sold his majority stake in his company earlier this year for about $40 million, mostly to a company called the turning group. But there were a ton of celebrity investors and I spoke with Ken..
"last 16 months" Discussed on 790 KABC
"McDonald's the Coca Cola as they have all the power in the world when it comes to lobbying Sacramento lobbying Washington City Hall, Whatever. Because they're just the £800 gorilla in the room. They have full time lobbyists, et cetera. How much did it kill the small businesses that the big fortune 500 companies didn't decide to fight these arbitrary edicts? Well, not it is a double whammy, John because you're absolutely right. The the companies that people who had the cloud who have to have two of the financial wherewithal resources with personnel to fight this would have been the big companies. It's the targets and the Walmarts and Costcos who could have done it instead. Not only did they not fight it. On behalf of themselves as well as the small businesses. But those are the ones that actually made bank target and Wal Mart didn't didn't suffer at all. They ended up doing swimmingly throughout this whole thing, Okay, because those were the places that people would actually go. They have enough resources that they could keep their doors open. When the mom and pop shops we're getting creamed, so unfortunately, we have done the worst possible thing you could do to small businesses. You know, upwards of 60% of small businesses in some communities have shuttered for good are not will never reopen when you drive across. For rent side. The places that are release absolutely shuttered up. It was just a small business after small business that went belly up in the last 16 months. It is absolutely tragic, but it could have been avoided, in part had the behemoth. Had the targets and the Walmarts and the cost goes, actually fought the good fight not only for themselves, but really, to protect those small businesses and they didn't You have a question for Dr Kelly Victory. Give us a call at 802 22 k ABC, 1 802 2 to 5 to two to your calls coming up, but right now it's time to take a look at the roads. See dependable traffic sponsored by indeed dot com The 1 10 is heavy in both directions. And between downtown L. A. And the Legion Park brio work Zone. The 57 south Beyond between Imperial highway in your Belinda Boulevard, Right lane closed for drainage cleaning. Stop and go from Lambert on the 57 southbound at Lambert. There's a garbage truck on fire..
"last 16 months" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Best way. I do believe that the best way you can The best way that you can Um, uh, support and memorialize those that gave the ultimate sacrifice. Is to understand why did they sacrifice their lives in the first place? And do we diminish that which they fought for? How have we been a steward's To those freedoms. They gave their lives. Through our inaction, have we Tarnished. That would be that which they fought for. They fought for our American way They thought for our freedoms. Our way of government. The notion of the individual freedoms that frankly it's under attack by Democrats. I'm just not going to sugarcoat it. It is under attack critical race theory. Theus Salt on the freedom of speech, Freedom of religion. The Second Amendment. All those things are under attack and are being absolutely sullied. By the left. If you want to argue, old girl, they're also being silly, but some people on the right Okay, give me your example. And let's let's let's go after anyone who wants to diminish personal freedom. But My encouragement to everyone is if you want to honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. It's not by saying I'm gonna fire up the barbecue. Although you're certainly welcome to do that. It's not by sitting at the beach. And it's not something you do just one day a year. You want to honor their sacrifice fight for freedom, 365 days a year and be judged based on that. Uh, coming up. We gotta shift gears. Uh, apparently the, um A book that Fauci is writing is going to finally tell us the truth. Well, it's about time. He's been lying to us and flip flopping for the last 16 months. Very curious to see what the real truth is. Mr. Fauci first traffic.
"last 16 months" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"There's some news late tonight, the mayor, the acting mayor, who you served with on the City Council. Acting Mayor Johnny Janey wants to terminate Dennis White as police commissioner. She tried to do that his lawyers went in and tried to Enjoying her from doing that late today. Apparently, the appeals court has said that she could proceed with the hearing. You know all the people involved here, You know, I assume certainly made me acting Mayor Jannie. And you know, I I assume that is white. And for that matter, his predecessor commissioner really cross, how should this play out and how quickly should have play out in your opinion? Look, our police department has been in the news for multiple instances over the last couple of weeks and months, and there's some major changes that we need all of it related to building back trust with community whether that's accountability for Overtime fraud charges that have been revealed or whether it's Positions of leadership and who will actually be managing. We are now A little under four months away from the preliminary election, and just about I've been a half months away from the next administration taking over. I completely agree with Mayor Jamie that Dennis White and the very serious allegations that have been revealed through the report. Make a fuss that he cannot effectively leave the department going forward, but the choice to do this right the next time around to lead a comprehensive Nationwide search to find the right leader for this moment and to implement the important changes that we need. That should wait until the next mayoral administration in just a few months. So am I hearing you say that under no circumstances should acting Mayor Jannie Jannie appoint a permanent police commissioner. We need to have some sense of what the next couple months will look like. For sure, they're incredibly urgent issues. We need this to be a safe summer across every one of our neighborhood. So by all means there should be clarity around. Who will serve as acting commissioner. In the meantime, there have even been a lot of back and forth headlines here and there about what will happen. They're unresolved, but in terms of choosing the next commissioner, that's the process that Is that one of the most important leadership decisions anywhere across city government, and it has to be done, right? It has to have thorough vetting. There needs to be a process on that should wait until the next mayor in the next administration. Okay, so again. I'm not trying to pin you down. I just wanna make sure I understand what you're suggesting. Is that The mayor made Janey apparently is required to give. Um uh, Commissioner White, a hearing. I think all of us have a sense of what The result of that hearing will be What I'm hear you saying is that the the acting mayor should appoint an acting commissioner and then hold off until a new mayor, whoever that is, And if it was you, you would do it some sort of a nationwide search and try to bring in the most qualified person that you could find anywhere in the country is what I'm hearing you say correct. The correction. Okay, fine. Let's talk about police reform. There's a lot of areas where there's agreement to some areas where there Eyes disagreement. When? What are you saying about that very important issue. This is something that I have lived with my family as we talked about a little earlier, my life was changed very much when my mom began to struggle with serious mental illness, and so I've been in those moments where My mother was in the depths of delusion and paranoia and the police were called on her by others who were witnessing what was happening. And I know what that sense of Anxiety fear of a family member. Begging for your your loved one to be sent to hospital instead of the police station, trying to explain that this is related to mental illness. Um, we are asking our officers To do so much right now in some of our police precinct in Boston, more than 80% of the calls are for Mental illness, substance used homelessness, and we need to have a more effective response to that. That doesn't require, uh, that has a train. Mental how social work background a professional sent into that situation rather than an armed law enforcement officer. Okay. Um, the police just telling us that they feel that the The rank and file is understaffed in the police department. I'm sure you've heard the numbers. I think a new classes either just going through a going through 30 Police office and the police union will say they need 300. Police officers to get back to where they were in terms of staffing levels. You know, several years ago. Have you looked at those numbers? And do you have a position on whether or not we need more or less? Police are certainly more police would cut back on some of the overtime. I Has to be. I know it's a difficult financial balance here. But I'm just curious where you're going to come down on that. Yeah, You know, I've I've spent a lot of time. Looking at all the numbers and we've had hearing after hearing and spent time speaking with officers as well about about the situation on the ground and community members to understand what what we're seeing our families go through. And the reality is that Many of the Changes that family communities are asking for that people want to feel safe and every single neighborhood across the city that people want to feel like their tax dollars are being used effectively and wisely. The people want a response to the type of problem that they're calling about that matches that needs and often we're not seeing that we're seeing a mismatch in terms of who gets sent into those situations, and so I believe that we need to look at the staff as it exists. Right now. There are many positions within the department that could be civilian eyes. There are full time officers who are Responsible for administrative tasks right now, whether that's keeping track of details or are finding out who gets which detailed positions, keeping attendance at different police precincts. Right away. There are already some positions that we should be civilian izing, freeing up officers to be doing the work that only sworn officers can do. And then, when it comes to overtime policies, we know that Many of the hours that are paid out for overtime. In fact, we're not. Ours worked because the contract includes provisions where there are certain minimums given out right, even spending 15 minutes. Going to court to drop off the documents. Requires a four hour paid overtime chunk, and so when it comes to effective use of our taxpayer resource is we also need have a very serious conversation about building into currently ongoing police union contract negotiations. The pieces so that we will have Budget efficiency so that we will have service delivery so that we will have the right type of response and changes that will match what our neighborhood need for safety across every part of Boston. I can hear. I can hear the union, the police union. Okay, getting ready for a fight on that. Let me turn to him or more positive issue And that is you have proposed as I've read up in the last couple days of the campaign. What? I think you're calling a summer of play. I don't know that that is the eyes the sexiest issue, but it made a lot of sense to me and I'd love you to explain it to my audience. Yeah, we're going from very serious to something that is also serious, but just from a different angle it with a more positive certainly something that hopefully everybody could reach one. Absolutely. We've lived through so much over the last 16 months, and there's a tremendous amount of stress and fear and anxiety and grief that our communities are still wrestling with. And so while our economy is starting to reopen, while people are starting to reconnect and venture back in and redefine You know what their daily routines are? Let's make sure that this summer makes the most of all of that. We have resources available for the federal govern from the federal government. Let's use them to anchor every neighborhood. And bringing people together. I've proposed modeling our summer of arts and culture and getting our restaurant's back up and running and block parties. After program that from other cities are implementing, or Philadelphia has a place streets program that is incredibly exciting where residential streets turn into space is safe spaces for kids to play with food and adult supervision and activities and for neighbors together, get to know each other and just reconnect as a city again so Now the moment to really make sure we are making the most of kick starting our recovery and reconnecting people to their communities. I guess. His Boston City Councilor Michelle will.
"last 16 months" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You've got some top 10 hits on your resume, don't you? I'm also a musician. I sure I play concerts, I recorded music. Yeah. What is your What is your instrument of choice? I'm a singer songwriter like sarin thing. Fantastic, Fantastic. We've been through, you know, really rough patch here in the last 16 months, various things, not just one thing, and you've got top 10 ways to deal with a tough time and they're listed out here. Go through him. Practice acceptance. Reach out to people. You can rely on investing self care these roll on the list. Be kind to yourself. Connect with gratitude. Break down your problems into small, manageable steps. Stay motivated. And instead of you in your situation, only it's negative. Approach it as your new crucible, But they're too that really stand out to me. The first is let yourself feel your emotions. It Z right. In fact, it would be very wrong, but it's right. To feel fear, anger and frustrating. If you didn't there would be something wrong with you. It's okay. Let it go, right? Absolutely. Inhuman. And I do you think that this is actually A problem with the mental health field that we need to pick, which is There's a lot of focus on Not being emotional. No, it's if somebody has too many emotions. Let's give them the medications, especially One area of distant disturbed me personally, is Children. So many drugs being given to Children. Because they don't fall in line. With the other Children, and it's really pretty adult so that their morning is there more manageable, right? I know their extreme cases. But doctor, I often say if if the child has a problem The problem isn't necessarily the child and the drug can fix it The problem, maybe the adult and I think there's not enough focus on that. It's always the family system. You also have them here, and I think this is very difficult for a lot of people to do. What on your top 10 list is celebrate small winds. I think we look for the great thing to celebrate the great achievement or the new house in the new car. Waking up in the morning is a small chill is a small win, but a huge achievement being able to tie your shoes being able to walk being able to convert those air small wins, and I think we just take all of that for granted. We should celebrate small wins, and I don't think we take enough time to do that. I agree. I agree that the competitiveness and the infection of our culture Contribute people feeling Alienated from themselves and from the other and one of the Rain. Causes behind a lot of mental health problems. It's just not. You're not good enough. Is something wrong with you. And that makes people feel the press that makes some anxious. This idea of celebrating small wind. Mean? Hey. Back up a minute. And look at all these look like what you're doing. You're doing great. Well, well, I think what everybody ought to do is spend at least a weekend in Yellow Springs, Ohio. I think they did that. I think everybody mellow out. Dave Chappelle, The great comedian lives up in Yellow Springs. Some wonderful things there. I think that's why would be I think I'd be therapeutic for everybody to do that, don't you, Doctor? Had pollutants might overwhelm the town. But I think if they could get everybody in the United States there for one weekend, it might go a long way to making us healthy and happy again. Good stuff. I can't Can't tell you how impressed I am with the diversity of your work, and I hope next time we talk that there's more than one day devoted to this, but Dr Zee, thank you for your time. Stay well and keep doing the good things. We appreciate it. Thank you very much and enjoy Yellow Springs. Break down your problems into small, manageable steps and try and instead of trying to tackle the whole thing at once. I mean, a lot of this stuff is common sense but celebrate Small wins. I like that. You know you're here to you, Richard. Certain age of small one is getting out of bed. Anyway. Dr Alan Adam's wig, Adam's wig, psychologist, musician, educator and author, and his book is music in the mayhem, tales of total transformation from a rock and roll psychologist. And there you go. Good stuff still on the horizon while we're allegedly massless, apparently looming on the horizon is more mayhem in the world of covert and why you may need to get jammed again in September and October. Like Guess there's not enough science on it already. But apparently we're going to need to get jabbed again and then down the road. If you're looking to get into a different kind of profession, if you're looking maybe to get into anything or in school. Apparently. Apparently, cyber security is the hot, hot industry. In fact, right now there are almost a half a million jobs available in this country just on cybersecurity. So what's going on with that? I want to get too short time to get there. We're counting down the Reds baseball against the Brewers. It's a 4 10 start inside. Pitch begins at 3 10 right here on 700 wlw. You.
Disney+ Streaming Service Reaches More Than 100 Million Subscribers
"Disney. Plus because a lot of people have been watching Ah, lot of streaming these days. Yeah, they have and Disney plus continuing with very rapid growth, the a streaming video service now available and 59 countries. It has more than 100 million subscribers around the world, and it's only been in existence for 16 months. In timing is everything right? It's indeed it is s O video games and Netflix or not the only things that have occupied our time over this over this pandemic, right? No, we've actually played with physical
Disney's Streaming Service Reaches 1 Million Subscribers
"Today is their streaming service reached one million subscribers. Early took him 16 months to get there blowing past their expectations of achieving 60 to 90 million subscribers in four years and inflation was up