17 Burst results for "Mary Apples"

"mary apples" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

08:22 min | 6 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Yeah, you have to take your shots, right? Yeah, oh yeah, you have to, you have to, yep. Yeah. Not that I brought up D Wayne Lucas. Were there trainers, Daniel, as you were growing up. Again, you're only 27 years old, but when you were growing up and being around the racetrack, where their trainers that you idolized and you would step back and watch the way that they did things? You know, I would love Bob Baffert, I always love bob, but you know he's out in California, so I never really you know got to see what he actually does and all that, you know? So I never really got to see any of his horses train. But that's one that one trainer I always love. And then Dwayne Lucas, he really never brings horses to kingland. So he's always at Churchill, so I really never get to see his horses train at all either, so. Yeah. If you could sit down with Bob Baffert for an afternoon, have lunch with him, walk around the shed row with him and just talk to him for a little bit. What things do you think you might ask him? How does he how does he get his horses to peak at the right times? And. When somebody triple crowns. Yeah, well, he's made a habit of that. Oh yeah, he has, for sure. How about Wayne, same kind of questions for Wayne? Yeah, just yeah, pretty much. Just Wayne, but why didn't he kind of came out? Came out of it different, right? I mean, he came from Oklahoma or something, right? Well, they both came from a quarter horses. Quarter horses, yeah. Yep. Yep, you ever work around quarter horses? No, I never worked around quarter horses no. Thoroughbreds are crazy enough, right? Yeah, they're crazy. They say quarter horses are real crazy as well. I see them. They look, they look massive. They're wider than a reused big bells, like the big old four by 6 bells, like hay and straw. And they're wider than one of them big bells. Yeah, yeah, I believe it. It's a different world. So we talked about frills. How about a couple other horses that you're training right now for Katie rich that you're excited about? Yeah, I have that, like I said, American apple. She's American Ferro Philly out of miss Mary apples, which is our big mayor that unfortunately passed away last year. And we end up just keeping this one. She's the last silly out of the bunch, though in the keeping her, but like I said, she's been training really good. That's one that I'm really, really high on. And I also have affiliate by the name Zappos. She's out of misread delicious by ghost pepper. That I really, really like. She's been doing really good as well. I plan on running her, hopefully the third Churchill. Okay. How many two year olds do you have? I have 8 year olds right now. Yep. So how long does it people don't know the answer? I don't really know the answer to this question. How long Daniel does it take? When you start working with a two year old and you start working with them on the farm. You get them broke. They start going to the track. You start teaching them. How long does it take before you can bring them from the track at the farm and get them to the races in the afternoons? So we usually start breaking around late October and if it all depends on how they are, if you really want to, you know, if you really want to push on them and get there, you can get them to kingland. But you know, if you want to take your time, you know, April, or may, in June, that would be the ideal spot. So about what four months, yeah. What are some of the biggest challenges that you have faced over the past? Well, 8 months since you started in this position as the head trainer over at Katie rich. The biggest challenge right now and everybody's probably having a challenge was just help. I mean, just finding people to help you out and work. That's the big challenge right now. The horse part, the horse aspect, everything, everything is going good. I haven't really had any issues with that yet, but just to help in the right good help is the hard part. Yeah, is it across the board? I mean, in terms of groom's exercise riders or are there certain areas that you need help in more than others? It's across the board. You know, I mean, it's like a lot of people, you know, like if somebody's paying $50 more here, they go there or if they like if they have their cousin working over here, they're going to go over there, you know? It's all around the board. What do you think spend the most difficult lesson that you've had to learn over the past 8 months? That you got to kind of put the horses where, you know, they belong. You can't think every horse is going to be a great one winner. You can't think, you know, every horse is going to win the day before you. You just got to go out there and do your job and training them upright. They got to go out and run for you. If they don't, you give them a couple chances. You change stuff around and they still don't then, you know, you got to put them in for a tag and hopefully somebody gets them or, you know, or sell them or figure something else out. Can it be difficult to be realistic like that? Hey, Ken, but at the end of the day, I mean, it's facts. If you don't do that, you're just going to, you're going to go broke. It's a business, right? Yeah, it's a business. I mean, a lot of people don't think that, but it is and you want to do the best for the owner and you want to do the best for yourself. If you're not, if you're not winning the races or getting there, you're not making any money and you're not going to be happy. You know, you just got to, you got to put them where they belong, and hopefully they're wrong for you. And hopefully you want to rise and you pick up a little money. Yeah. What things do you think a good horse trainer has to possess to be successful? What attributes? Just realism. Just knowing what you have and knowing where they go and. Yeah, just pretty much that. Yeah, and making sure that you put them in the right spot. And not letting your ego get in the way too, right? Yeah, your ego too, yeah. Yeah, you see, like, see, I won, I won my first race out at Indiana with the maiden maiden for 30, and she won. And I didn't, you know, I wasn't on both and about all this. I didn't call you guys up saying I'm going to be the next spot back for this and that. You know, I wasn't really like, you know, I don't go around, you know, I don't go around telling people I miss and that, you know, I just, you know, just do my job and I let the horses do the talk and you know? What do you remember? Well, I know you remember every detail of it, but what was that like training your first winner and having that horse crossed the finish line? It was an awesome moment. It was a moment I've been dreaming for, you know, just to have your name up on the tote board, you know? It's something. Yeah, and standing in the winter circle saying, you know what, I did that. I did that. That was, you know, something I did and it was very. It made all the years of being at the bottom and being a hall worker being a groom, you know, being doing everything, you know? Being assistant paid off, you know, everything that you've learned and all the hours and all the time you put into this game, you know, pay off when you get your name up on the tote board like that. When you see your name on the chart like that, it's something, you know? Yeah. Yeah..

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"mary apples" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:03 min | 6 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Course, podcast on major podcast platforms all over the world each and every week and really appreciate everybody tuning in. However, you're listening to trainer talk here on this Wednesday afternoon or maybe even a bit later listening on the podcast. Well, throughout the history of thoroughbred racing, there have been some incredibly successful partnerships among trainers who have taken private jobs for owners in the business and names like suge mcgahey and the FIPS family immediately come to mind. Neil Howard and his magical run with the Ferris family and lane then, and then you had Kira McLaughlin in the maktoum family and that relationship that worked so well for so long. Well, my guest on today's show isn't ready to count himself among those legendary pairings just yet. But he's also just getting started in September, he took over as private trainer for Katie rich farms in midway, Kentucky. He has saddled 6 winners from his first 26 starters. That's not a bad start. And at just 27 years old, the sky certainly appears to be the limit. As a matter of fact, how about this, in his first 8 months on the job, the native of Lexington, Kentucky, has made such a powerful impression that George Barnes, the president of Katie rich farms, took time to email me and had nothing but praise for their young trainer. Please join me in welcoming trainer Daniel leach to trainer talk presented by phasic tipton. Daniel appreciate the visit. Oh, I appreciate you guys calling me. Fun. You know, in his email, George made it a point to say that you've done a fantastic job and the team at Katie rich is convinced that you have a really bright future. It sounds like the perfect marriage. Oh, I mean, I love everybody out there and you know, they've given me an opportunity of a lifetime and you know stuff like this don't happen to people like me every day and when you get opportunity like this, you got to run with it and you've got to, I mean you got to make everything possible happen and if it does it's good, it's all good if not figure something else out but I just get in a really good opportunity and I love everybody over Katie rich and they're like family to me. When did you or what do you remember about the moment when you got the news that you were going to be promoted to head trainer? Well, it was kind of all in the work within probably four years, 5 years. So I started taking horses for Mark with the old trainer and I started shipping horses around for him like the Ohio to Virginia to just different little tracks that would needed to run and I'll run in for him, satellite and then bring him back and then I wanted to start doing more and more and so I got another job with ray handel down in Florida and I went down with him for a little bit and I wanted to stay with rape for a little bit longer, but they called me. They wanted me to come back and Mark was getting older and I just they wanted me to be around the barn more and help him ship and that. So I just decided to come back and it would just all going all good and you know it was you know I knew it was gonna happen but I just need to get my license so once I took the test and passed the test and actually got my license, I just figured it would be a matter of time before it happened. So you mentioned Mark and that's Mark Hubble who was the longtime trainer at Katie rich and he trained right up until last year. Is he training anything this year at all? No, he's not, he's actually retired. I think he's in he has also had the house in Colorado and breckenridge and I'm pretty sure he's out there right now. I've seen him every once in a while. He texted me after races every once in a while. He's like a father figure kind of and you know he helped me out a lot and I always loved Mark so he had some pretty good horses too for Katie rich. I think he saddled well let me see, I looked it up on echo base. It looks like 275 career winners more than $5.2 million in purses. So Mark Hubble was around some pretty good horses too. There was that one, I'm trying to think, was it your round? Was that the name of the Katie rich horse that he trained that was so good? Yeah, he had your round. He had missed Mary apples. He had misread delicious, which those are a part of the same family. Yeah, those are the better ones that he had, yeah. What things did you learn from Mark that, you know, that you're taking with you now is you're the head guy. Just a horseman, a lot of just a lot of horsemanship. Marquis, he always figured, you know, if the horse did want to do it, or just figuring out the horse and figure out what the horse liked. That's what I've learned a lot about that from Mark. How do you do that? You know, if they go, I mean, if they're going out, if they're going out and training and they're come back happy, I mean, they like it. And if they come back with their head and between their legs and they don't seem to give their refusing or if they're going on the track, spinning around and that they don't, you know, they don't like it, something's going on. You got to figure something else out, some to do something different with them. Is that something you can figure out relatively quickly? Or does it sometimes take a little time to do it? No, it's just all about the horse if it's whatever the horse likes to do. If the horse is training really good then keep on going with it, if not, then you gotta figure something else out. You know, you mentioned the name ray handled too and ray has been on this program, this trainer talk show. Tell me about working with ray and what you learned from him. Ray, he's also a really, really good horseman. And I've learned really just pick your spots with horses. He's.

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"mary apples" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:29 min | 7 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios is his Bloomberg daybreak for Friday may 6th 2022 coming up the shower Markets close out a volatile week following yesterday's three and a half percent plunge on Wall Street Investors brace for the April jobs report A former fed vice chair says short term rates need to triple from current levels And the airline industry urges that Biden administration to drop the COVID test mandate It would be the largest red hike in years for New York City apartments plus a historic high air for the new White House press secretary on Michael Barr more ahead Rangers meet the penguins to tie the series in one an amazing comeback win by the mets in Philadelphia That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak on Bloomberg 11 three O New York Bloomberg 99 one Washington D.C. Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston Bloomberg 9 60 San Francisco Syria's exam one 19 and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and via the Bloomberg business app And good Friday morning I'm Nathan Hager And I'm Karen Moscow U.S. stock index futures are lower this morning We are coming up to 5 O one on Wall Street I mean check the markets every 15 minutes while the trading day on Bloomberg right now S&P futures down 14 points Dow futures down 95 and asda features down 62 the decks in Germany is down 1% Ten year treasury down 8 30 seconds 3.07% They yield on the two year 2.72% Is up 1.6% up a dollar 76 at a $110 three cents a barrel Nathan Karen we close out this volatile week following two consecutive days of 3% moves in the markets a day after stocks surged on a less hawkish fed The S&P 500 fell 3.6% and the NASDAQ plummeted 5% Jimmy Lee as CEO at wealth consulting group Retail investors are starting to get nervous and of course these last two days of volatility I think reminding some people of what it was like march of 2020 and maybe those have been around a little longer maybe the financial crisis Wealth consulting group CEO Jimmy Lee made the comments on Bloomberg business week You can hear that show weekdays from two to 5 p.m. eastern on Bloomberg radio We also got reaction on the sell off from Charles Schwab chief market strategist Liz Ann Saunders I don't think the market is yet priced in recession risk I think the market is still making an assumption that we have a soft landing I just think the needle is pointed a bit more toward recession than soft landing And we may not be through that re rating process yet Lose Anne Sanders with Charles Schwab says yesterday's economic data showing labor cost surging in productivity dropping contributed to the sell off And Nathan may get another key economic rating later this morning the April jobs report economist forecast offer a gain of 380,000 non farm payrolls and an unemployment rate of 3.5% began more from Bloomberg's Michael McKee One key question the April jobs report may answer are we running out of people to hire After months of luring sidelined workers back into the labor force companies are beginning to suggest the post pandemic hiring spree is waning This week's ISM manufacturing and services employment indexes both slowed The ADP payroll report Wednesday was surprisingly soft If employment growth starts to ease that may push unemployment down and wages up which sets up an interesting situation for the fed rising wages suggest an inflation problem continues but low unemployment coupled with record levels of job openings gives the fed the opportunity to raise interest rates without doing as much damage to the overall economy Michael McKee Bloomberg daybreak All right Michael thank you Stay with the Bloomberg throughout the morning for complete analysis of the jobs report We speak live with labor secretary Marty Walsh coming up at 9 45 a.m. Wall Street time on Bloomberg radio and television Well ahead of that Karen we're hearing from another former fed official on policy Former vice chair Richard claris says the Central Bank will need to raise short term interest rates to at least three and a half percent to bring inflation under control We get the details on that from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Clarita's remarks came in a speech to a Hoover institute conference he said the funds rate will ultimately need to be raised well into restrictive territory by at least a percentage point above the estimated nominal neutral rate of two and a half percent Clarita left the fed in January on Wednesday the fed raised its target range for the federal funds rate by a half percentage point It also said ongoing increases are likely and that announced a plan to start reducing its big balance sheet next month In New York Charlie palette Bloomberg daybreak All right Charlie thank you Now to the latest on the war in Ukraine more civilian evacuations are expected from Mary Apple but Ukrainian defenders are refusing to surrender the giant steel plant that's been under relentless attack from Russia for weeks Pentagon spokesman John Kirby We would still assess that the Ukrainians are putting up a very stiff resistance And that the Russians have not made the progress that we believe they expected to make by this point Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the battle is far from over Meantime speculation grows that Vladimir Putin wants a major battlefield victory in time for World War II era victory day commemorations First Lady Joe Biden is headed to Eastern Europe She'll meet with U.S. troops and Ukrainian mothers and children in Romania and spend Mother's Day with displaced families in Slovakia Change of the pandemic now Karen we're seeing the travel industry put new pressure on COVID policies And once the Biden administration to modify testing mandates for international flyers Bloomberg's Ed Baxter has the story Airlines along with travel groups want to begin allowing vaccinated people to fly into the U.S. without first testing negative for COVID This coalition includes more than 250 travel groups and businesses including airports They say the recovery and the international travel market is down about 78% from 2019 and say medical advancements can support it Other countries including the UK Germany and Canada have already dropped that mandate In San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter Bloomberg daybreak All right Ed thank you Meantime Johnson & Johnson's COVID vaccine is under scrutiny U.S. regulators are placing limits on the shot and we get the latest live with Bloomberg's Anita young Good morning Renee Good morning Karen.

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"mary apples" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:32 min | 8 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"North and South Korea have exchanged letters at Baxter has a lot more about this in global news Ed Yeah Kathleen you're right They're described as personal Casey and I report says South Korea's president Moon Jae-in sent a letter day before yesterday and Kim Jong-un almost immediately responded The report says Kim says he appreciated the pains and effort taken by moon for the great cause of his nation Moon ran on a warming relation Remember ran for president on warming relations with the north and well it never really gained traction More hawkish presidents now president elect you and suk you all is a conservative who takes office on May 10th says he may in fact scrap the military deal reach by moon and Kim Ukraine says it will take $600 billion to rebuild prime minister Dennis says they are seeking international funds from bakeries to food warehouses to machine building enterprises and petroleum storage is everything is bombing is under rocket strikes And says not just a miracle that Mario pole at his decimated again estimates that 600 billion in growing Russian president Vladimir Putin says he has ordered his troops not to storm Mary Apple He says it is surrounded and there is no way for Ukrainian troops to win He says it will take several days but they will surrender Meanwhile the U.S. was laying out the cash of weapons being sent to Ukraine and that according to Pentagon spokesman John Kirby includes the new technology ghost drones The kinds of things this drone can do Lend itself well to this particular kind of terrain I think I'm just going to leave it at that Yeah and we do know though that they are one way drones meant to search and destroy and prize it in President Biden says as well This package includes heavy artillery weapons dozens of howitzers and a 144,000 rounds of ammunition to go with those howitzers It also includes more tactical drones And Biden saying over the past few months the U.S. has sent over ten times more anti tank weapons than Russia has tanks in Ukraine Well Shanghai has reported out over 17,000 local COVID-19 cases for Thursday so cases are consistently hanging about 18,000 They say as well 11 people died and they have handed out 9 actions that need to be taken in Shanghai new guidelines that go in effect today including those who have been in an area where there have been cases in the last 7 days must remain confined to their homes And climate will exclusively on Bloomberg today Biden climate Tsar John Kerry said rather than just doing away with oil production I believe we ought to set limits as to what sort of the gas life is going to be without abatement If you can abate if you can capture the emissions literally genuinely then you're reducing the problem And then stick to those abatement requirements Put the industry on notice You've got 6 years 8 years no more than ten years or so within which you've got to come up with a means by which you're going to capture it And if you're not capturing then we have to deploy alternative sources of energy Now carry on Bloomberg said alternative energy is the goal but that the two can work together In San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter This is Bloomberg Doug thank you Ed Let's get to Dan Schwartzman as we look at global sports Dan.

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"mary apples" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:20 min | 8 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Global news at Thank you they're described as personal letters Casey and a report says the south's president Moon Jae-in sent a letter Day before yesterday Kim Jong-un almost immediately responded The report says Kim said he appreciated the pains and effort taken by moon for the great cause of his nation Moon of course is leaving office Ukraine says it will take $600 billion to rebuild prime minister Dana says they're seeking international funds from bakeries to food warehouses to machine building enterprises and petroleum storage is everything is bombing is under a rocket strikes And so it's not just Mary a pole It's decimated A Russian president Vladimir Putin says he's ordered his troops not to storm Mary Apple says it is surrounded and there is no way for Ukrainian troops to win He says it will take several days but they will surrender Meanwhile a U.S. is laying out the cache of weapons being sent to Ukraine and that according to Pentagon spokesman John Kirby includes new technology goes drones The kinds of things this drone can do Lend itself well to this particular kind of terrain I think I'm just going to leave it at that Yeah what we do know is that they're one way drones meant to search and destroy and President Biden says as well This package includes heavy artillery weapons dozens of howitzers and a 144,000 rounds of ammunition to go with those howitzers It also includes more tactical drones Yeah Biden's saying over the past few months the U.S. has spent over ten times more in any tank weapons than Russia even has tanks in Ukraine Climate exclusively on Bloomberg today a Biden climate Tsar John Kerry said rather than just doing away with oil production I believe we ought to set limits as to what sort of the gas life is going to be without abatement If you can obey if you can capture the emissions literally genuinely then you're reducing the problem And then set those abatement requirements in stone Put the industry on notice You've got 6 years 8 years no more than ten years or so within which you've got to come up with a means by which you're going to capture And if you're not capturing then we have to deploy alternative sources of energy Yeah Kerry says alternative injuries the goal for sure but that the two can work together And oh my goodness Mike Tyson Washington Post is reporting that after a great time here in San Francisco celebrating four 20 with some edibles in Robin Williams park in Golden Gate park He got on his flight back to Florida Well TMZ has TMZ has caught a tussle with another passenger who was obviously he'd had something either edible or drinkable Tyson says the guy was harassing him and threw a water bottle at him and then My Tyson then laid on a couple of blows on the guy's face Yep Pretty swollen and blood Police question the folks No reports are any charges In San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter This is Bloomberg All right Douglas Eddie I don't know what to say about that except where's Dan Schwartzman when you need him.

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"mary apples" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 8 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on WTOP

"Says the U.S. will send more powerful weapons to Ukraine rushing to get the additional assistance there to be used against Russia's latest assault in the eastern part of the country This package includes heavy artillery weapons dozens of howitzers and a 144,000 rounds of ammunition to go with those howitzers State Department spokesman Ned price says some of Russia's actions in the Ukrainian city of mariupol may be war crimes Some of the accounts that are likely to constitute war crimes have emanated from Mary Apple And these tactics these acts they really underscore the utter indifference to human life That we've seen Russia's forces demonstrate Some Russian figures have been sanctioned by the U.S. and other western nations now Russia is doing the same The listing includes a wide range of well-known figures 29 people who are now barred indefinitely from entering Russia The most prominent name is vice president Harris also on the list of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg State Department spokesman Ned prices included as well He doesn't seem bothered It is nothing less than an accolade to have earned the ire of a government that lies to its own people A number of journalists are also on the list including ABC correspondent George Stephanopoulos Steve hunter man CBS News The navy is investigating the suicides of three sailors on the aircraft carrier USS George Washington In addition to the three who died this month four other sailors assigned to the George Washington have died in the past ten months and a navy official says some of them were also suicides CBS David Martin 5 family members found dead in Duluth Minnesota Duluth police say a suspect shot and killed four relatives as they slept before turning the gun on himself The murder suicide was discovered after police received a report of a male experiencing a mental health crisis Duluth city councilman Eric forsman knew the family I knew Rihanna and her daughter shy away.

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"mary apples" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:12 min | 8 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Angelini is called the Russian bombardment of Mary Apple terrorism The U.S. now has slapped sanctions on crypto miner bit river Rare call between the U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Chinese counterpart wave Fung ha to discuss Ukraine Chinese statement says it urged the U.S. to stop using Ukraine to smear China also told the U.S. to stop military provocations at sea the U.S. has not issued a statement to this point New York governor Kathy hochul keeps the mask mandate for MTA She says the variants still pose a risk creates an interesting situation and that New Jersey commuters do not have the mandate in their state and just moving in the past couple of minutes up on the Bloomberg the U.S. CDC says the travel mask rule is still needed Now this sets up a court fight CDC says the DoJ will appeal the Florida judge's decision of yesterday In San Francisco I met Baxter This is Bloomberg Brian Yeah I think we knew that was going to happen That does set up a very interesting tussle Thanks very much Ed our guest is Lori heinel global chief investment officer at state street global advisers to give us her insights on the market It seems like parts of the market Laurie are a little bit worried about perhaps a growth scare But then you see as Doug mentioned Procter & Gamble IBM earnings we also highlighted Tesla hardly a bellwether but with just such a big beat And then the United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby saying the demand environment is the strongest it has been in my 30 years in the industry Should we not be too worried about a growth scare Well our view is that 2022 is going to be a reasonably good year for global growth pretty much at about trend which is 3.6% But as you note there are lots of winners and losers in here clearly the commodities sectors are likely to do well as they retain a measure of pricing power You've got certain sectors and I think it's interesting to note the airlines because you've got this pent up demand and they seem to be enjoying the combination of the reduced supply which they put in place as they shifted their schedules during COVID and then the ramping back up is just not keeping pace with the demand So those are places where there's really good pricing power in certain industries So we think it's going to be pretty innocent crowded because different industries are going to be impacted by different crosswinds over the next several months And obviously with the rise in rates that we've seen so far are we finally going to see that rotation out of growth into value Well it's a little more complicated than that You could argue that certainly the high hypergrowth stocks particularly those that have more vulnerability to their long-term earnings outlook they were overpriced to begin with And so not surprising that when there's any kind of vulnerability around their future earnings projections they're getting hammered in this kind of a market environment The other side of it though is that there still is not a lot of confidence in the sustainability of the global recovery We continue to see supply shocks for example So I think it's not just a growth versus value but more looking at the underlying where are those sectors where they are going to draft off of the continued economic momentum where they have a bit more resiliency to the supply shocks So think things like small cap U.S. stocks might be a better place for example than large cap So you're talking about stock picking and that's good That's your line of work So we understand that But it's still a lot of people focused on the macro Bank of America said by the ten year now that yields will head back down and I'll note that JPMorgan's bob Michael told our John farrow He thinks that's a pretty good call That would seem to suggest some people are worried about growth Well again I think that there are two different dimensions here One is for equities you are going to get better long-term returns So forgoing the equity market completely against a bond yield even at 3% is hardly a good tradeoff right So picking your spots with inequities so that you're in those areas are going to be a little bit more defensive and are going to benefit going forward even if the growth is not.

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"mary apples" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Mike will start with the nationals off and running in Pittsburgh in the dance with an early three zero lead in the second inning Victor robles breaking out of his season opening oh for 18 funk in style with a two run double in the top of the second again that ants up three zero Petra Corbin on the mound coverage on 1500 a.m. elsewhere still scoreless in Baltimore Orioles and Yankees now playing on in the fourth inning NBA playoffs round one game one in the Eastern Conference top seeded Miami Heat leading the Atlanta Hawks 59 40 at halftime all 5 starters for Miami scoring and double digits in the first half bam adebayo leading the way with a game high 20 points among the highlights coming up later today in the NBA playoffs It'll be game one between Brooklyn and Boston also the series opener between the defending champion bucks and the Chicago Bulls Milwaukee a perfect four and zero against Chicago during the regular season and in the NHL to travel day for the capitals as they continue their season high 5 game road trip capitals were 8 four winners last night in Montreal Tomorrow they visit the league leading Colorado avalanche Been raby WTO sports The top stories were following for you this afternoon on WTO inside a steel plan in Mary Apple the last couple thousand Ukrainian fighters in the town continued to defend against Russian troops this as a deadline from the Kremlin for their surrender passes without a white flag being raised 17 people are heard amid clashes with Israeli police in Jerusalem It happened after Israeli police entered the Alaska mosque compound to secure the spot for Jewish visitors The site is the third holiest in Islam and the holiest for Jews and is often a flashpoint for violence It's floating again after more than a month of being stuck in the mud and the Chesapeake Bay the cargo ship ever forward has been freed according to the coast guard after running a ground back on March 13th Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes.

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"mary apples" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:05 min | 8 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on WTOP

"For more this morning we turned to Mark Montgomery a senior fellow of the foundation for defense of democracies who served himself as a U.S. European command J 5 helping to build U.S. Ukrainian military relations The Russians have a long history of taking operational pauses using disinformation while they regroup rethink things So that could be what this is Certainly they need to reassess things It can't have gone exactly as plan a at the Kremlin was hatched And so they need to reassess things determine where their strengths are and determine what their appropriate end goals need to be You were a bit diplomatic there in talking about their failures so far how surprised are you at that and can they recalibrate Well look I think what we've determined here is that really now there is only one large scale maneuver army in the world And that's the U.S. Army If there's a second one is probably the U.S. Marine Corps I mean the Russian army which we thought was another one is not It lacks the senior NCO leadership that is emblematic of our army to take charge and move out They haven't shown that And then the second and probably biggest issue is the lack of logistics In the U.S. Military we always kind of said you know it's the final mile It's getting that aim 9 on an F-16 or getting around in an M1A1 tag For the Russian military it turned out to be the first mile They could not break free from wherever they had been bunkered for the last three weeks or three months And one hour after they left their home base they had fuel problems water problems food problems ammo problems communication problems They are not a large scale maneuver army like the U.S. Army guest Are you then ready to predict some kind of victory for Ukraine or is it far too early to make any statement like that It is far too early First of all they have been successful with cruise missile and ballistic missile strikes right We noticed the failures where they hit a civilian target We probably don't see and I'm comfortable with the Ukrainians not showing us the significant amount of damage that's being done to their military bunkers storage facilities air bases and naval ports by the Russian crews and ballistic missiles They still have some capability and capacities that need to be respected They do have a large artillery and they've used it in an indiscriminate manner but to some effect in kirchhoff kirsan Mary Apple so we know they have those capabilities and capacities Certainly the Ukrainians shouldn't and they're not declaring any kind of victory Wearing that point where Putin recognizes that the west support to Ukraine has been determinative The tens of thousands of anti armor rounds the high hundreds to low thousands of stinger and man portable air defense systems The millions of rounds of ammunition we have really in a crunch brought great support and the U.S. European commands J four their logistics hub has been fantastic and flowing this stuff Putin may want to hold the United States accountable for this And the only way he's going to be able to do it is with cyber And so we should be standing by for malicious cyber activity We're very vulnerable in this realm The U.S. government has.

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"mary apples" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:16 min | 9 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on WCPT 820

"This is AP news I'm Rita foley Russia is trying to bomb a key Ukrainian city into surrender Mary Apple The bombings have cut off Mario polls electricity water and food supplies and its communications with the outside world but the AP's Charles De Ledesma says Mario pole is not surrendering Ukrainian officials have defiantly rejected a Russian demand that their forces in mariupol lay down arms and raise white flags in exchange for safe passage out of the besieged strategic port city on the sea of azov With the deputy prime minister saying there can be no talk of any surrender laying down of arms The encircled southern city has seen some of the worst horrors of the war on the Russian pounding for more than three weeks strikes have hit a school sheltering some 400 people only hours before Russia's offer to open corridors Ukraine says the radiation monitors around the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant site of the world's worst meltdown in 1986 have stopped working in Ukraine's capital Kyiv shelling flattened a shopping center killing 8 people U.S. defense secretary Lloyd Austin says Russian ground forces are pretty much stalled will the Senate confirm the first black woman to sit on the Supreme Court Judge katon G Brown Jackson gives her opening statement today as the judiciary committee begins confirmation hearings The AP's Sagar Meghani She doesn't need GOP support since vice president Harris would cast a tie breaking vote still President Biden says he'd like to see bipartisan support for a judge whom the Senate is already confirmed to three other roles He points to the days when high court confirmations were overwhelmingly bipartisan Jackson would replace Stephen Breyer who received 87 votes in 1994 This is AP news Justice clarence Thomas is expected to leave a D.C. hospital in the next couple of days after battling an infection says the Supreme Court The high court said Sunday the 73 year old has been at sibley memorial hospital in Washington D.C. since Friday after experiencing flu like symptoms He's being treated with antibiotics his symptoms are decreasing and Thomas could be released in the next couple of days The Supreme Court is meeting this week to hear arguments in four cases including arbitration agreements voter ID laws international child custody The court says Thomas plans to participate in the cases even if he misses the arguments I'm Julie Walker The TV game show the price is right as hitting the road It'll make 50 stops on a coast to coast tour so those of you who can't make the trip to the Los Angeles studio can participate They're calling it the come on down tour Cities include Denver Dallas New Orleans Nashville and St. Louis I'm Rita foley AP news This is a 20 a.m. WCT willow springs and streaming worldwide 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive chalk where facts matter Now UWC PTA 20 Chicago traffic.

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"mary apples" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on WTOP

"You Dave Top stories we're following for you on WTO this hour rescuers are continuing to search for survivors in the ruins of a theater blown apart by a Russian air strike in the besieged city of Mary Apple Hundreds of civilians had been taking shelter in the grand column theater after their homes were destroyed in three weeks of fighting in that southern port city meantime scores of Ukrainians across the country have been killed in ferocious urban attacks on a school a hostel and other sites President Biden speaks tomorrow with Chinese president Xi Jinping the two leaders are expected to talk about economic competition as well as the war in Ukraine The White House press secretary says the upcoming phone call is part of ongoing efforts to in her words maintain open lines of communication between the two nations And Maryland lawmakers have passed an emergency measure to suspend the state's 36th cent a gallon gas tack a gas tax excuse me for 30 days Governor Larry Hogan is expected to sign the measure this afternoon Stay with double DT op for more on these stories and just minutes Well speaking of gas oil prices crossed back over the $100 per barrel Mark today So when it comes down to it how does the price of one barrel of oil lead to what it costs to put one gallon of gas in your tank For every barrel that checks in at a hundred bucks it's about $2 and 40 cents per gallon of gas before you even get to the refining process Then the refinery these days probably makes about 60 or 70 cents a gallon Taxes then add another 60 to 70 cents to the price and suddenly you're over three 50 a gallon The delivery process also gets built into the cost though and retailers get a cut too though that can vary wildly Maybe we've seen the highs for the first half of the year Maybe not Tom closes the global head of energy analysis for the oil price information service He says the sky high cost of diesel fuel will have a bigger impact on everything else you buy John dome in WTO news The Dow is up 260 points Amazon's biggest deal since buying whole foods I'm Jeff lebowski it's two 18 Let's get back to Dave in the traffic.

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"mary apples" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Washington D.C. give a little bit of that information Thank you heavy bombardments continue on this day 21 of Russia's war in Ukraine This man lives in a building in the capital Kyiv where the remnants of a downed missile set off an explosion Somewhere around So I wake up and go to the quarter and doctor Z was exposure in our House Meantime in the southern port city of Mary Apple Ukrainian officials say Russia targeted a theater where up to 1500 people were taking shelter a lawmaker says there were reports of injuries from that incident but not deaths The UN Security Council will hold another emergency meeting on the war today This time at the request of the U.S. we caught up with Pentagon spokesman John Kirby Our message to NATO has been very strong very clear very concise We're going to make sure that we can defend NATO territory Pentagon's John Kirby spoke with Bloomberg's Maria today of this morning the U.S. and NATO have repeatedly rejected Ukraine's requests for a no fly zone President Biden will discuss the situation with Chinese leader Xi Jinping tomorrow It will be their first call since November More signs of the U.S. is moving out of the emergency phase of COVID-19 CDC director doctor Rochelle Walensky spoke this morning at the bipartisan policy center Recent studies demonstrate that about 95% of America has some sort of protection against COVID-19 either by vaccination boosting or prior disease Doctor walensky also says the newest sub variant of omicron known as BA two does not appear to cause more severe disease The White House says coronavirus response coordinator Jeff zients will be leaving next month to be replaced by Brown university school of public health dean doctor Ashish jha Global news 24 hours a day on air and on.

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"mary apples" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Ukrainian officials say a Russian strike hit a children's hospital maternity facility in the port of Mary Apple injuring 17 people including pregnant women the World Health Organization says it is documented 18 attacks on health facilities workers and ambulances since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began Now the UN says more than 2 million people have fled Ukraine in the past two weeks with millions more expected The massive shelling and bombing by the Russians across the country has led to many being trapped and running out of food and water President Biden announcing a ban on Russian oil imports gas prices already breaking records now expected to go higher Patrick tahan is the head of petroleum analysis for gas buddy He says it's essential for the U.S. to become energy independent I mean look if the U.S. had an additional oil and we had additional natural gas the EU and all of Europe could basically just say sign art or Russia and start buying oil and natural gas from the United States So energy security is a huge chip bargaining chip And with it this whole situation could have been at least partially inverted by going maximum pressure on Putin immediately Han expects prices to stay very high through the summer if not longer high gas prices are affecting the cost of food and other goods vital to the economy Illinois House Republican leader Jim durkin is calling on House Democrats to work with Republicans to show support for Ukrainian people through the passage of two new bills The first would require Illinois to divest in any pension funds in Russia companies Russian companies and prohibit the state's treasury from holding any Russian assets Every day that goes by we're allowing possibly allowing Russian money managers and assets to be to profit off the state of Illinois And I just can't accept that The other bill introduced by house Republican deputy leader Tom demer asked for an additional $20 million added to the department of human services budget to aid in the resettlement of Ukrainian refugees WLS news time is 1232.

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"mary apples" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"mary apples" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Than big box retailers Blind store blinds are easy to install and guaranteed to fit don't overpay for new blinds shop lines for today and save big blinds dot com Russia's invasion of Ukraine has entered its 12th day following what Ukrainian authorities described as increased shelling of encircled cities in another failed attempt to evacuate civilians from the port of Mary Apple Russia announced yet another ceasefire and humanitarian corridors to allow civilians to flee but two previous ceasefire attempts have failed And according to the Ukrainians the Russians continue to bomb those areas and cut them off Ukrainian cities are getting pummeled with rockets many folks can not find water and food as they are huddled in areas for shelter 1.7 have fled A Ukrainian official says 400 civilians have been killed Here in Chicago closed the sky as the chant that was heard Sunday a thousands gathered in March throughout downtown against the war in Ukraine The global death toll from COVID-19 has surpassed 6 million That's according to Johns Hopkins the U.S. nearing 1 million lives lost WLS news time is 1131 All right roads are not too bad right now They're moving at a pretty good pace We've got an axe on the tri state northbound where the right lane is blocked at the cermak toll Plaza so a little stop and go traffic there We'll bring you another update in 15 minutes Get your news on the hour the halfway winner breaks continuous coverage at WLS a.m. dot com on Lauren Cohn 8 90 WLS news Baby boom Are you tired of paying another mortgage.

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"mary apples" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"mary apples" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"mary apples" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"mary apples" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Listening to the best of mornings on them all very well to its colonies. Good morning and joining us now, Dan Bongino. He is the host of the Dan Bongino Show Podcast. He is a parlor investor and a friend of the show, Dan. Thank you for joining us this morning. Sure Happy to do it. Yeah. So parlor of you have been locked out. Parlor is black. I you know went Tohno it out last night and parlor is not there. I had seen your note on parlor that, you know, Don't worry. We're gonna be down for a little while. But we are coming back. What are the odds of you coming back? The odds are 100%. We're coming back because you know anybody who thought we were gonna take this lying down. You picked the wrong guy. That's really bad news in my life over the last few months, and it's really kind of clarified things for me. So we're not done. We'll probably be back by the end of the week. I encouraged everyone to go there and support us because you'll be next. Mean anyone who thinks that this fight, you know, I said on an earlier appearance on Fox, and I'll say again anyone under the illusion that you know when you kissed the collective ass of the left in the media, the big tech companies that you'll be your head will be on the chopping block last Urine thing. They're coming for everyone. We even have some competitors. Father who were like Oh, no, I don't worry. We're okay. We have server farms, Ugo. Have you considered the fact that the Internet service providers will be next on the block? Any activity website? What? You didn't think of that? You don't think that's next. You think that's some kind of a joke? Do you understand? These people on the left are vicious totalitarians who don't give a damn about We're in stage two of what they do every time. Right. You saw this with George Floyd you're seeing and now you have a really horrible event. That Due to its tragic, horrendous nature gets bipartisan condemnation across the board. What happens then, with the left and their media totalitarians, a big texts. They used the opportunity to make a political fight, not a principle one because there are no principles at stake that are in dispute. Right in the left agree what happened is inexcusable. There's no principles being argued. You come. You'll get that right. The left, takes it then and runs with it makes it political life is always stage Two and over, responds in a gross totalitarian man, defund the police white conservatives from the place of the Earth on tech, and then you see a counter reaction You saw in 2010 the tea party and everything else, and I think you're going to see that next. Appreciate going anyone out there? Yeah. Pretextual power grab strangling any opposition wherever they can find it. It's so so, Dan. Um, you know, First of all, you mentioned that you've been going through some trials and tribulations of yourself this year. You've been very public about your battle with lymphoma, and we should stay here publicly that you all have been in our prayers. I know that's a that's a tough fight. You're definitely capable. Fighting that Azul do so many things now, Dan on this issue of parlor again in which you're an investor. You mean the big story from this weekend is you got Amazon, of course, banning your access to their servers Apple banning your ability to use their APP store. That's gonna be a problem. Google band in your ability to use their APP store called Google Play, That's going to be unendurable problem. I mean, at what point do you and the rest of the team that parlor decide We're gonna file antitrust litigation against these gigantic tech companies who are coming Firing against us. Well, we're working on that now, That was that started on Friday on D case. If we win, I can't even imagine what the damages would be. I can't. I mean, I don't I don't know if they'll be the hundreds of millions or billions. Talk about this. We were number one in the absolute. We were garnering about 500,000 new users a day in the APP store people seeking a refuge from the Twitter totalitarians on parlor. We were shut down. Jack Dorsey from Twitter. The CEO to It was then dumb enough to put the heart emoji taking a screenshot of the absolute other words celebrating. We were shut down advertising that they love their monopoly. The damages are going. I can't even say it again. Anyone listening in the audience because I'm a I'm a libertarian, leaving leading conservative and have been for a long time. So any my libertarian friends saying, Oh, my gosh, Don't This is crazy. It's a free market company that can do what they want. Really. It's a free market company. So you're suggesting to me that a government enforced subsidy, which is what section 2. 30 is the Twitter and Facebook enjoy. You can't sue them because they're claiming their platform. That nearly trillion dollars subsidy was available to Facebook and Twitter sponsored by the taxpayer. Parlor wasn't entitled. A real platform wasn't entitled to the protections that law is supposed to provide. And you're still suggesting to me. This isn't some kind of that at the free markets that work here. Are you insane? Are are you smoking? Some kind of rejecting mainlining drugs right now. You think this is a free market argument? You really need to rethink that. And by the way, this legal precedent for this read The Wall Street Journal Op ed today about Marsh versus Alabama, where a so called private town decided they were gonna ban religious materials. They lost that case because they were acting as a de facto government. And that's exactly which Twitter and Facebook are doing now by closing down the entire public square debate and shutting off government figures. Would suggest. Let me let me let me just go back here. Dan. Did you say that you don't have to 30 protections or you do But no way we should, but we have none of it. We have no 2 30 protections at all section 2 30, which protects platforms from lawsuits because they're not publisher, so they're not responsible for the content Apples. You understand? Mary Apple sent us an email. They were dumb enough to put this in an email. Saying that we're responsible for everything on our site. You want to stand where a platform or not a publisher, If we were to do that, we would be a publisher. You're asking us to act in violation of the law, So no, we don't have to search We should Legally. But we don't Apple has put in an email claiming something that legally is not true. We his Twitter responsible for everything on their site. No, no, no, They're not. They're platform. So were we. So Apple's openly admitting they're discriminating against us. They were stupid enough to put this in an e mail. That's how dumb this company is now and now I'm seeing something here for are you Are you still banned from Twitter? As of this morning? No. I was suspended for 12 hours, but I voluntarily banned myself. I haven't posted on Twitter since Friday. And I'm done and I encourage everyone in your audience. I'm speaking for myself, obviously don't work it w e mail. Do not. But you don't have to deactivate your account. You should never post on Twitter again. Why you would do that is insane. They making money off selling your data there a day to pillage er. They're making money off it And using that money to discriminate against conservatives. Me, Mark Levin and Limbaugh have all gotten off Twitter. We're not posting anymore. Yeah. Yeah. So how long do you think it is going to be now before we see parlor back online? I would say anywhere from probably maybe 5 to 10 days, we've got a number of people. Thankfully, everyone from lawyers, the wealthy folks, T O to server companies that want to help us..

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"mary apples" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"mary apples" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"No 2 30 protections at all section 2 30, which protects platforms from lawsuits because they're not publisher, so they're not responsible for the content apples. You understand? Mary Apple sent us an email. They were dumb enough to put this in an email saying that we are responsible for everything on our site. You don't understand where a platform we're not a publisher. If we were to do that, we would be a publisher. You're asking us to act in violation of the law, So no, we don't have two thirds. We should Legally. But we don't Apple has put in an email claiming something that legally is not true. We use Twitter responsible for everything on their site. No, no, no, They're not. They're platforms. So were we. So Apple's openly admitting they're discriminating against us. They were stupid enough to put this in an e mail. That's how dumb this company is now and now I'm seeing something here. Are you Are you still banned from Twitter? As of this morning? No. I was suspended for 12 hours, but I voluntarily banned myself. I haven't posted on Twitter since Friday. And I'm done and I encourage everyone in your audience. I'm speaking for myself, obviously don't work it w e mail. Do not, but you don't have to deactivate your account. You should never post on Twitter again. Why you would do that is insane. They making money off selling your data there a day to pillage er and are making money off it and using that money to discriminate against conservatives. Me. Mark Levin and Limbaugh have all gotten off Twitter. We're not posting anymore. Yeah. Yeah. So how long do you think it is going to be now before we see parlor back online? I would say anywhere from probably maybe 5 to 10 days, we've got a number of people. Thankfully, everyone from lawyers, the wealthy folks, Tonto to server companies that want to help us. But parlor dot com will be back and I I'm begging. I mean, on bended knee. It's not about me. It's not about money. It's not about anything else. I mean, be around to spend any of this crap later on. I'm just telling you You have to go on and create an account support all the competitors to There are others out there. Gabby Cloud. Ha Brothers. Supportable is not about us. But please When parlor opens up in 7 to 10 days, I'm begging you to open an account just to send the statement and get off these Twitter totalitarians. Their data pillaging you selling it using the money to come after you. Well, Dan Bongino. Thank you. Best of luck with everything and again our purser with you as you as you fight this battle personal battle in a health battle on the side, In addition to everything that's going on with parlor your warrior and we appreciate you. Thank you. Thanks,.

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