17 Burst results for "Mellon Bank"

"mellon bank" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

07:47 min | 8 months ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"That where we can all grow together and this is a live show so please ask your questions for nick dancer ready. I'm ready ready all right so first question softball That's awesome see first of all. Thanks for having me lousy. We'll give me an in real estate. Well you're the board game risk. Yeah long long time ago. Playing his kids does it. Yeah political science majors all we ever wanted to do is dominate global domination. That's it right. And i had no future once i graduated with political degree politics degree but bmi a bunch of my buddies around the table and plan risk and five from ganged up on me. Got me out first and the only thing on tv two in the morning we're real estate infomercials. That was it so because you lost in risk. I couldn't go to bed. So i as a joke called up the first infomercial i saw. Which was you know. Buy real estate pennies on the dollar forty nine dollars. Get you this binder and that was it arrived in the mail and it said i read through it was kind of neat. It was tax lien. Investing did not but real estate at all as a bank right and then at the bottom of it said if you're serious but real estate investing call this number. I guess i'm serious. I paid forty nine bucks for a binder right right so a call the number and the best salesperson the entire world talked me into my first over the phone. Coaching mentor ship boot camp. How do wholesale real estate. So that's all i got into it. So when was this that was in two thousand and five before the first ultimate disaster. Right so testifies. You're saying political science major. But you're graduated right. Did you're playing risk as a grown man grown man to make sure we got correct all right so so you're working corporate america yes and then you jumped in in you. Sign up for taxling. Investing that was it. Yeah corporate ryan as you know I was promoted four times in the banking world and was still making under fifty thousand a year but i had like twenty. Five people reportedly vp. No did he give candy. I know know totally missed it. Okay i miss it but they you know it was a lot working holidays working weekends. Working like working on foreign trading retail like going to a bank or mutual funds custody like investment bank for mellon bank and it was just it was it was a grind and real estate after i did that as a joke almost became. Wow this is interesting. This could be my way out Right out of the rat race out of the race got signed for coaching. Did and then. We'll happen next. The coaching well he. He only made two of his calls because over the phone coach that i didn't know anything about but he got to read the book. I said poor dad case oculus we all fall read right that changed my entire outlook on how to buy and how to invest and program. The coaching that person was six thousand basic thousand dollars. Do we told the rich. Still a good investment grand scheme of things. It's still a good invest turned out to be took me seriously absolutely absolutely rather than book like a champ. Yeah all right so then what you do after that. Okay well i mean this is where this is where it all started. So i'm at the bank. I'm getting up in the morning. She's still going to work. And i've now i went to the learning annex in boston back in two thousand five and that's when all the big you know kia sake and trump and all the big players air right. There's a lot of local regional people. There and i went nuts. I went coach happy. I bought like six different courses about like a martial silver course i bought a david lindahl course. I bought a trump course. I was trump university. Like i did it. All and unlike investment as well invest now. Yeah so i started taking all of those courses. And i'm really really angry myself right because i have not yet done a deal and now it's been three months four months six months and i'm mad at myself. You're collecting degrees. Though collecting degrees in different strategies. True true but i remember like so in my shower. I used to have hair. I know it's hard to hard to picture. But i am the shower. I had shampoo and like literally. I would get up in the morning and this is the story. I literally see the shampoo bottle going smaller and smaller and smaller. And i'm like by the time that's empty. I need to have a deal done real estate. That became accountability partner. Interesting right so as it kinda shrunk down. I'm like banging made against the wall. Like i'm going to rias and local groups and i'm trying to like i'm doing my marketing. My direct mail on my phone calls at what's going on. Why can't land anything. When it's a segue into the i kind of what happened. Man in minnesota on me and a couple others trying to hustle and do some real estate. And he's like listen in two thousand five remember i'm finding undervalued real estate That has motivated seller involved. And were buying it. you know. Sixty to seventy cents on the dollar were lining up. A tenant buyer a lease option buyer to rent that twenty percent above market rent. And they're going to cash out in three years at twenty percent above what we paid for it. This is no brainer. And two thousand five back then. You could get money at the purchase table finance everything. Ninety one hundred percent the seller yuki contract for like five hundred thousand for house. Cellar gives you fifty thousand dollars and says hey thanks and good luck to you right but totally legal back then. Yeah you could use the seller proceeds to fund your deals. It was amazing. It was amazing right totally different time so i said you know what if i in the deal was. He needed a credit partners. Sign on these loans. So i'm not going to buy one of these. Because i'm going to make money at the closings at the purchases by five and one week. Yeah that was what i did. So and you close alpha closing off. Five from there is easy. It was total easy. And i'm now a millionaire right or the we. We had our call on monday with the gentleman out in minnesota. It's line next steps and tenant buyers and okay. Let's get tenants into these things. Cash flow because we're paying monthly debt service now and he sort of to the first all within didn't show up to the second call and didn't respond to any emails anymore after that so the straw situation this. I don't know. But i know he got forty percent from those closings the purchase closings and there were no tenants. There were no purchase contracts. There were no. Lisa's like we have seen right. They weren't real so all of that. I ended up paying attorneys to chase him down and property managers. Try to rent these things out and was fast. Eight months later carrying ten loans I lost pretty much. Everything i lost everything being for short sales a foreclosure so all my cash is gone. Mike credit goes down to three fifty and fifty it was. I didn't check it for years as an impressive accomplishment. I mean maybe that number. I don't know for sure. But i didn't look at. It didn't need to write but like that was. I thought my life was over right. And i'm the bank the bank banking situation if they checked my credit. I'd lose my job right so it was. I literally felt in my mid twenty s. That was completely. I'm going to jail. I don't know why. I just feel like my life over. Why not. How much did you lose in cash. Savings whatever or pulled out in debt. How much do at that point. Yep so. I had roughly two hundred fifty k. To my name the problem was when you're doing short sales right. I didn't know what to do. It was an investor in minnesota. That actually helped me through my situation. Because i'm motivated seller right. I'm now i don't. I want the question call stop. I want the male to stop i. I don't want to be. I just want to be on situation and an investor lead me through it. He said listen. You just gather some paperwork. I'm going to help lead you through the short sale process. And in doing that i was like whatever i was signing anything that they would put in front of me some of those things they put in front of me where promissory notes to to get out of these deals and i wasn't paying attention because i was completely emotional motivated rate so i'm signing and i ended up after after the closings having another four hundred eighty thousand of just under five hundred thousand in debt on credit report that he now had to pay back.

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"mellon bank" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:55 min | 9 months ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Census shows that we had 8327 hemp plantations in the United States, a plantation being no less than a 200 acre farm. In that definition, so be mindful that that 8327 number didn't even at account for the many family plots, hundreds and thousands of family have plots and smaller than plantation farms that were throughout the United States. Then in 1930. I mean, we went through buys are better living through chemistry. We had to go through it. Let's not judge it. Humanity had to deal with it. We're finally starting to understand that better living through chemistry is not sustainable or regenerative. But when all of these things started to happen, and it really started to happen around 17 94 is the reality in terms of the first what I call the foundational underpinning of cannabis prohibition in that the cotton gin was invented well. Once these these machines are invented and patented patents are granted. Uh, at that point, that machine needs to make money. We've got special interests to snuff out the competition, so there was incredible special interests around fiber wars in the South. That resulted, of course and continued for decades from the invention of the cotton gin. But we also had, of course, synthetic polymer, petroleum based plastics and nylons being invented. We also had the wood craft, cellulose paper and pulp inventions that patent alone had to snuff out hemp, right, which is horrible. Environmentally Think of how much linen isn't isn't a tree. And the other sort of fourth foundational linchpin. There would be that in by 1925. We had five pages of cannabis preparations in the US pharmacopoeia, but they weren't patented. Nobody potential really knew. You know why why they worked. But in 1927, we learned how to extract that was to look acid from willow bark, making the first aspirin or an alga sick competition to the cannabis preparations. So you have all of this better. Living through chemistry stuff happening to eventually want to snuff out the competition. And so in 1930, then secretary of the Treasury, Andrew Mellon of Mellon Bank about koa of points Henry Anslinger to be executive director of the F B N the federal viewers narcotics, which we know today as the a the Drug Enforcement Administration, and he embarks on what becomes really a seven years social engineering campaign to demonize this street scourge that did not exist of marijuana. When really it was a, uh Major convergence of harmonic convergence of special interests that led to eventually the 1937 Marijuana Tax Act, which is, in fact its own show. Now the 1937 Marijuana Tax Act, simply taxed and regulated. All forms of cannabis out of existence essentially, and farmers went on to serve other crops. Um, that they're in mind that it wasn't until 1970 that controlled Substances Act where it became an actual felony simply to possess a seed capable of germination. But in between there, remember I told you to stick a pin in what Napoleon did to Russia. We had World War two. Well, 1937 we tax and regulate help out of existence. And guess what happens in 1941, Japan strategically invades Manila to cut off the United States is navies supply of hemp and cripples our navy. So what happens is the USDA and folks Please. If you're border curious at some point when you get on YouTube, I want you to Google Hemp for victory. Take the one. That's about 14 minutes long, so you don't get some hippies dissertation on what is really just a 14 minute USDA and for H film called him for victory that was distributed in 1941 basically begging farmers. Uh, to plant hemp seeds in the United States. He was he actually had to distribute £400,000 of hemp seeds to American farmers from Wisconsin to Kentucky throughout the war so they could produce 42,000 tons of hemp fiber annually until 1946 for the English Navy again. We've got that controlled Substances Act. Nothing happens after 1970 then People like me and an army of people like me coming in and trying to legalize this plant in all of its forms, And I've also formally sat on national normal board of directors that currently sit on the international normal Women's Alliance. Um we're still very much trying for adult use and medical and we will get there. But in 2000 and 14, the 2000 and 14 farm bill passed It created agricultural pilot programs to study the growth, cultivation and marketing of this new thing to find..

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"mellon bank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"2 88 a bag shop online and pick up in store Lowe's home to the best part of summer. Selection and product availability vary by location. While supplies last US own like that first morning weather is going to be pretty nice. Sunshine today topping out right around 80 degrees overnight stays clear. 57 is the low and then sunshine 77 Wednesday another night in the mid fifties for, uh, some fine sleeping temps. Tonight and tomorrow it's 60 degrees 700 wlw bettering your life by teaching you the financial ropes. This is simply money on 700 wlw time for some money Talk with Amy Wagner from all worth financial It's the simply money minute, and Americans have lost more than a trillion dollars and forgotten retirement accounts, and I think I have a little bit of that. That's according to financial company called capitalized. Why are we losing all that money? It sounds crazy, right? But you're saying it's happened to you as well. Yeah, about 1000 bucks worth? Yes. So when you change jobs, you have to make sure you remember that old four Oh one k the average forgotten balance when $55,000 and think about it that $55,000 Could turn into much more because you're younger Americans. Just starting their careers are the ones that are most likely to abandon that 41 K when they change jobs would have had many years to grow in compound. Yeah. So what should you do? If you think there's a 41 K out there you left behind. You have three options. You leave it, You roll it into an IRA or you cash it out. Now, from our experience at all, with financial cashing it out is usually the worst option because of taxes fees. And then the decisions you make. After receiving that windfall. Will you buy the boat? You go on the crazy vacation. If you're worried about forgetting the account, rolling the money into an IRA can make the most sense. But you can leave the money where it is, If you like that plan, and here's the key, you know where it is right? It's easy to lose track as companies changed hands through the years, alright, Simply money point is After you leave your job. Don't forget about that old 41 K already. More than 6 55. Many people just check their phone when her phone dinged I did. Lots of people did. You know, I have, like $1000 in a health savings account from whatever job I mean, I've worked here except for about four or five year span for a long time. I don't really remember where this was. Hscei came from his 1000 bucks in it. And I got a notice from like the Mellon Bank. Maybe 20 years ago that I had this 1000 bucks. Then tried to get it back and they don't respond to me. Going to move it into my president, and I don't know what it might be worth today. I mean, it's been there a long time and getting them to send me that money. I'd say it's like pulling teeth can't get them to acknowledge my existence. And they've had this money for some time eventually. All right. We'll have Karen Travis on the way to about a quarter after she's with the prayers. And, uh we'll get up to speed as to where things stand today. What he's up to today at about 7 15 700 w l. But you don't be the cicada who wastes his time.

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"mellon bank" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's not needed anymore. I believe so. It's a big step for wall. Street's backoffice banks whose concerns over regulatory legal instability risks left them reluctant to come into direct contact with crypto markets but as prices a bitcoin and other digital assets have continued to rise. They have become more popular with asset managers hedge funds and other institutional investors and those firms top executive started asking the mellon bank and there appears to treat digital assets as they would other holdings according to their spokesperson being. Why mellon isn't the first big name. Financial firm to declare its interest in digital assets fidelity investments announced a plan in october of two thousand eighteen to store and trade bitcoin and ether which is a theorem as we discussed earlier. The second most popular crypto another digital currency and a year later won regulatory approval to operate its crypto business in new york but bien y melons announcement marks the first time. One of the big custody banks has unveiled roadmap for treating digital currencies has any other asset and the bank hasn't put limits on the kinds of digital assets that it will be allowing its clients to store their they tend to offer these capabilities and later in two thousand twenty one so with these kinds of announcements it seems like bitcoin once again will continue to rise. It's hard to say what will absolutely continue to Yeah just there's going to be ups and downs but it seems like its upward trajectory continues. Here there's more coming up in. You're welcome to join us. Six three two eight three sixty one sixty is spreading the message of liberty crypto currency and peace around the globe. Worth two dollars per month to you as you may already know. In addition to our internet feed l. dot fm broadcast on free to air satellite across north and central america as well as sub saharan africa. And we've been available on satellite for free twenty four seven since twenty ten the laura on. Fm free to air satellite signal is reaching some of the most oppressive regimes in the world. And there's no doubt. Our ideas are making an impact. You can learn more about the channels impact by watching the three minute video at fund dot l. r. n. dot fm if you'd like to help free minds. Globally with our ideas of liberty crypto currency and peace. You can donate as little as two dollars per month via fund dot l. r. n. dot fm. You can help us. Continue and expand our satellite broadcast. Multiple continents visit fund dot l. r. n. dot. Fm today. And thank you for your help. Don't forget to share the link on social media. That's fun dot l. r. n. dot fm. What if you want to hear the latest episode of free talk live but all you have is your phone. You forgot to download our archive and you have no data connection. You can call our listen line at six four one seven nine three zero one ninety one. That's a long distance number so you may incur charges if not listen as long as you want six four one seven nine three zero one ninety one. The free talk live. Listen line six. Four one seven nine three zero one nine one. There are basically two types of advertising direct response. Branding radios great for direct response with its low cost to listener ratio but audio. Can't be beat for. Branding which is a longer term endeavor. You want to be the first thing that someone thinks when they think about your product or service if you have a local business that you want kept top of mine in your community. Call the station. If you need national reach freetalklive got around two hundred radio stations. Millions of monthly listening sessions can suit all budgets. And if we don't think we're right for you we'll tell you.

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"mellon bank" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

Science Fiction Remnant

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant

"It's bad is good. And if if i can take sauntering away from that movie i mean i don't know if you agree with me and you can tell me for me. The movie is just fun. Yeah it's just all kinds of fun and like so if you guys are listening to all the negative stuff that we're talking about which we try not to our podcast. Just it would agree salt. I mean the movie. It's just plain fun it is. It is definitely sci-fi so so so robert wit. What what i'm here. You say. But what i think our listeners on all sides say talking about this negative stuff is part of the fun. This is one of those movies where you sit and you watch the negative stuff. And you're like why they weren't kidding. Get excited because you see when you when you see the gogo flash. You know cheerleading thing and you just you slap the person who sitting next to you so you understand why i was laughing looking like what the heck and i'm just laughing lobbying the negatives the negatives are negative. Only if you're expecting this to be a citizen kane you know if you're expecting you're expecting this to be a seventy superman where it's you know a very sincere serious work of art. The negatives are what make this bloody enjoyable later is when we talk about the negatives were laughing about them. We enjoy them even though they're me it's like watching the polian dynamite. What is possibly leave. Worst movie i have ever had the misfortune of sitting through in my life. Can i get my two hours back. I would love to give it back to you. I really would be put on. Its own the movie is funny to quote later with your friends who also sat through that steaming pile of steam. Yes yes that is a one hundred percent agree with you there if you watch it at least for that is worth but when you want to leave you with time back believe me. You don't know until you actually experience you have to be part. They club everything. You could be just as happy and fulfilled as an adult without needing to see napoleon dynamite. I mean you you can be a self actualized human being not having put this into your pyramid and cannot be watched. Yes yeah. I think the membership dues for that clover too high from my like never seen it mellon bank. I'm watching visiting into but no you're when when you talk to your listeners about the negatives the negatives of this aren't really negatives gives of this are the things that you'll recall later as part of being the fun exactly especially as as soon as that football game hits or later on when they have the oh stick your hand in the stump initiate. Yes yes you know. I it stuff that you look at it like. Wow this is ridiculous. Kind of invested is weird. I don't want to be invested. But i am and it's and it's enjoyable in this weird way that i should i found. I found also very funny. Like the princes is trying to like make prince bearing fall under her spell right but then she brings him the likes night he they call him the fair haired guy flush. Go competition that you to hear boy for like. Oh keeping for me for me. He like hey gel. Yeah one for me serious to call call so you know in many different levels. There's a lot of hilarious. Just going out you know so and say the movies are serious for sure but the movies funny for sure like to us who real ever. I really liked. Also that guy or they're painted looking at them fly which looks hilarious looking to a bad version of street for this day are looking at the background. I go also like burson goal to but but i mean it was it was completely My my take on. The movie was completely hilarious from the game to the beginning. The an got to be honest with you. I was kinda like i was a little nervous. We have already done this where we started watching. And how the movies made maiden they they made into our episodes depends solely on giancarlos reaction. So i was kind of like nervous because if he says no. We're not doing the episode. But i was the ball. The thing is that the reason why i like our chemistry and in our show and and i lean one way leads the other way and we keep each other in check. So that's the reason why i do it that way. I i really liked the because we we definitely have different taste. would we definitely have different tastes. We both kinda liked brainy movies. I tend to like more non serious when he likes serious. Happy in these. I think san antonio catcher die before you straight up have said this many other episodes in the past were very weird. Taste the could be awesome. And if he has a bad ending weren't invested in a character and character maybe dies or you know for me to movies ruin and many of my friends cannot grasp back that concept. No one has so. Yeah it's nice to be able to have kinda balance now. I'm going to ask you a question. The first in the watching everybody watching the first one of the you watch braveheart. Would you come swayed in the middle of the night screaming. Wallace's wow. I watched that movie once. Watching the movies is a little different because you mean different. Why because it was is all over england. It was already expected. When i watched movie history. And we i know. This is going into the movie from from the very very first one when i press play do spring because i knew the story you know so. This is a little different. I enjoyed the movie. But he's not a movie. I would watch again. So i just gotta make sure that you know very sad and bad before you watch it. S titanic wants to because of the ending. Yes to giancarlo were you. Were you one of those that watched it seven eight times in the theater. I was way too young to watch in the theater. I think it was what thirteen fourteen when titanic criminal. Seven right Well on for nineteen eighty nine. So now he also even ten. You know so you might not even watching to titanic. And i'm like. Oh wow and i'm watching. Mccaffrey drawing these sexy lady couch. Either i went to the theater with my grandparents to see that movie.

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"mellon bank" Discussed on Salvador Marin

Salvador Marin

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on Salvador Marin

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"mellon bank" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"If you can walk away from a slot machine after playing it for a year with the five point two percent profit. course your arms going to be tired but. that's a pretty dang good dividend yet let's just take a look and see where Las Vegas sands I don't think it's ranked very hardly. in my best stocks now now which takes into account valuation. well it gets an F. one valuation only forty two percent upside potential. that is the reason why it's growing at two percent a year now there's the problem okay you see these companies do you see the correlation between height dividend yield some lack of growth of the company. I would rather take a two percent dividend yield on a twelve percent growth rate in the earnings of the company. then a Las Vegas sands which has a dividend yield of five point one percent but only growing by two percent per year. out of the five thousand three hundred and forty four stocks that I great on a daily basis and my best stocks now app dot com. it comes in at two thousand six hundred and seventy one all right but they are a member of the S. and P. five hundred that'll bring about some buying in the stock by the indexes walls Fargo as the new chief. will he be if they have a new boss Willie be the same as the old boss. it's Pete Townsend served in the who. Tim Sloan stepped down boy was there very good run for him was it. it's been a terrible performing stock they were opening up fake accounts that were coursing twisting people's armed open accounts they didn't even know they were opening accounts. another one that I think has a big dividend yield four percent. and I'm not getting down on my checking their am I. growth rate however now here's the problem again earnings are growing by two percent per year. the truism in the market is that stocks fall lower earnings. ten of the stock is growing their earnings by two percent a year guess what the stock's going to do well you can add in the dividend yield maybe you get single digit returns on walls Fargo but hopefully this new guy. turns around this beleaguered company really. they got a new guy by the name of Scharf Charles scarf scarf CEO used to be the C. E. O.. at bank of New York Mellon. Mellon bank. SEC gives ETF you know I've looked in the opening ETFs starting some ETFs Gundersen premier wrote the tee off. but the barrier to entry is so high and the costs are so great and the regulations are so ridiculous well the SEC is addressing that. they have a new rule six C. dash eleven. it will level the playing field well that's what I need is a little guy going up against the fight the allergy and now for ETF providers allowing new participants to enter via a streamlined process well we'll see I'll look into it for sure. if my cruise listing I know they are very and Paul I want you to look up SEC rule six C. dash eleven it's right below sixty Dastaan okay and see how we can start our own little family of exchange traded funds here it Gundersen capital management now that they've. Reese this gives okay when we come back..

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"mellon bank" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Is what you want to be though see what ten thousand people have already used to become millionaires paid for by Oxford club at that's better than you're going to get the slot machine out that you that. if you can walk away from a slot machine after playing it for a year with the five point two percent profit. course your arms going to be dark but. that's a pretty dang good dividend yet let's just take a look and see where Las Vegas sands I don't think it's ranked very hardly. in my best stocks now app which takes into account valuation. well it gets an F. one valuation only forty two percent upside potential. that is the reason why it's growing at two percent a year now there's the problem okay you see these companies do you see the correlation between height dividend yield some lack of growth in the company. I would rather take a two percent dividend yield in a twelve percent growth rate in the earnings of the company. then a Las Vegas sands which has a dividend yield of five point one percent but only growing by two percent per year. out of the five thousand three hundred and forty four stocks that I great on a daily basis in my best stocks now app dot com. he comes in at two thousand six hundred and seventy one all right but they are a member of the S. and P. five hundred that'll bring about some buying in the stock by the indexes walls Fargo as the new chief. will he be if they have a new boss will leave you the same as the old boss. Pete Townsend served in the who. Tim Sloan stepped down boy was there very good run for him was it. it's been a terrible performing stock they were opening up fake accounts that were coursing twisting people's armed open accounts they didn't even know they were opening accounts. there's another one that I think has a big dividend yield four percent. and I'm not getting that on my checking their am I. growth rate however now here's the problem with him earnings are growing by two percent per year. the truth is I'm in the markets the stocks fall lower earnings. kind of the stock is growing their earnings by two percent a year guess what the stock's going to do well you can add in the dividend yield maybe you get single digit returns on walls Fargo but hopefully this new guy. turns around this beleaguered company really. they got a new guy by the name of Scharf Charles scarf scarf CEO used to be the C. E. O.. at bank of New York Mellon. Mellon bank. SEC gives ETF you know I've looked in the opening ETF starting some ETFs Gundersen premier wrote the ETF. but the barrier to entry is so high and the costs are so great and the regulations are so ridiculous well the SEC is addressing that. they have a new rule six C. dash eleven. it will level the playing field well that's what I need is a little guy going up against the fight dalla the now for ETF providers allowing new participants to enter via a streamlined process well we'll see I'll look into it for sure. if my cruise listing I know they are very and Paul I want you to look up SEC rule six C. dash eleven is right below sixty Dastaan okay. and see how we can start our own little family of exchange traded funds here it Gundersen capital management now that they've. grease the skids okay when we come back..

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"mellon bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I'm June Grasso still to come the music industry is watching the Led Zeppelin case which has reached an ambiance appeal of the ninth circuit I'm Bob moon but first let's check how the markets are wrapping up the week. and we're hitting a sour note on Wall Street right now but down the S. and P. and nasdaq all declining stocks are sliding after Bloomberg reported the US is considering limiting American portfolio flows in China escalating the trade war at a plan talks right now the US views down eighteen drop now of six tenths of one percent we've got the downtown eighty six three tenths of one percent now want nasdaq slipping ninety seven from one point two percent ten years up for thirty seconds the yield one point six seven percent gold lower by two tenths of one percent fifteen old one beyond Sam West Texas intermediate crude dropping today by one one half percent fifty five fifty four apparel consumer spending showed little change in August and with that story here's Bloomberg's really down to that is not a sign the economy is moderating consumer spending posted the smallest gain in six months pricing point one percent at the same time there's little sign or in for widespread distress wages and salaries accelerated the savings rate increased inflation indicator core PC eight registered your for your. please don't you guys were great yeah a significant pay raise may have helped persuade Charlie Scharf to take on the top job at Wells Fargo the incoming CEOs annual target compensation set of twenty three million dollars that is a forty percent jump from what he was entitled to in his final full year leading bank of New York Mellon bank of New York Mellon down four point eight percent Wells Fargo shares are up now by three point nine percent after earnings micron technology down ten point three percent day two of the peloton interactive shares lower today by four point two percent recapping stocks Lawrence he down nineteen down six tenths of one percent I'm Charlie talent that some Bloomberg business slash. informed perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news. it's time to check in with the number of opinions were joined by opinion columnist Eli lake who's.

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"mellon bank" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Seven W. ABC US navy will no longer deny the presence of UFO or what they call them now. unidentified aerial phenomena let's go to the phones first up in the queue jets had Juliet is Manny in Brooklyn welcome the W. ABC many. Hey Hey Juliet hi Manny. how are you don. I'm glad you guys are addressing this so seriously you know that a curse isn't on the little green men route you know what I think we need is congressional hearings yes rational hearings on this this this is the biggest story of the money on the long which is very very important about free energy now this is the this is the litmus test though for Jed said Juliet. it is important should need supersede the impeachment hearings. the way I don't talk about the. many and I battle nonstop with each other about trump I mean I like doing well we'll be talking I wish instead now it believe it or not many you're gonna have a heart attack when I tell you this and it sounds like you're driving or walking so just hold on to a rail or you know pull the car over but no I actually think that this is more important but can gradually hearings on this are more important I truly do I think there seems to be some movement because if the navy is revealing that this is yes this is the thing I think the next step is that and also because of the show and because of some of the people involved in the show Louis Elizondo he was a the former director of the advanced aerospace threat identification program he's involved with that Chris Mellon who was a big player a descendant of Mellon bank or the you know the founder Mellon bank he was Deputy Assistant Secretary of defense for intelligence during the Clinton don't George Bush administration he's all over this he's part of the show this docu series so there are a lot of people with big strong resumes I will do this to me it's also very important to be a congressional hearing on the presence of the UFOs amongst us but what about about Purdue and Johnson and Johnson and these other companies had a pump the opioids into the system of Americans taking these drugs becoming a dictated dying and.

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"mellon bank" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

06:34 min | 2 years ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Hey will you do my weed show. I would love to okay great. We'll do that booking just made uh. Let's just do a one more time just for old time Sake Lou Lou shut. Have you asked her mother astor's heads. We don't need that. This is a peaceful yeah breezy feeling well. I'm here in Portland Tomorrow Yeah so you see me then. I also gotTA every in L. A. Every first Thursday I'm ace hotel GOTTA stand up show up there up on the roof of the ace there and then you can see me. I'm doing a little mid West tour November. You CAN ASSUMING INDIANAPOLIS DETROIT Cleveland and Chicago all November so just check my side for that Louis Cats Spelled S. pronounced within the thank you the ship for him when you go to his shows out on the road and let them know that you're Douglas Movies listen as long as they reach out to you don't they Shawn Douglas Movies listeners a ton yeah a new see at the shows and they what do they say. They say you say you're so much more knowledgeable than Doug. That's like an actor thinking that I've really got to turn that around now. They say that's Dang. That's park. They say that a lot of positivity that you bring which is you playboy playboy Cougar Mellon during a lot out of those out there everybody in here change your instagram handle so I guess if it's your first and last name throw a Cougar Mellon in the middle everybody sit and think about what your first and last name is Louis. Cougar Mellon cats works notably Cougar Mellon in the middle and it's fun. We'll start a revolution by the way I met his kid one time because of my instagram at a show on deck in L. A. So our friend Mike Malloy introduced me to to John Cougar Mellencamp son and he comes up and he's like hey you know he goes Shaun. What's your instagram handle and I told him it was like shock? Jordan and this kid was like funny turns out later that night he said so much problematic shit that Mike had to remove him from the bar so his kids shit bag so don't fly maybe anyway yeah John Cougar Mellon Bank real real quick. What no you used your time for this shit tag story ten more second okay go high high plains Comedy Festival in Denver September Twenty eighth? We're doing a live all fantasy everything I keep touching my calf. I don't know why we're doing a live all fantasy everything it's going to be me in Carmel are Mel David Bory and chain Torres so if you live in Denver crabs have tickets. It's going to be Super Fun. Yeah go to faded every Friday in Los Angeles and then I have an album called called. The Buck starts here on a special thing records. Pick that up and get a flask with your purchase so there that is thank you for the Ted Seconds. It was ten seconds. Thank you for the heartfelt twenty seconds seconds. I appreciate it probably inbetween. I've been watching a lot of prices right. I've been watching those people that just add one after the most recent bid in fact the person over the whole game it is not the whole game because as you can also go all the way down to one one dollar. You don't have to just fuck up the bid of the person next to you. Can I have your sunglasses. I want them there dope but everybody's so nice each other even when they fuck each other over the whole so happy they're so nice. Do I go see it sometime. I do get you and I'll get you in to get anybody that I know. Let's go to watch prices. This is right. I got no connections at I'd find prices. Can you guarantee that I'm GonNa win. I I can't tell the people at prices right. I got this guy wants to come see you since he can't come Jeff but thank you for being here dude and I wanted to say that I'm GonNa be at the Santa Ana Star Casino near near Albuquerque on Saturday October. This is interesting. I wrote Saturday October Saturday. Ah Let me see it. I bet you did did it's at four twenty so just go every Saturday October. Starting with the first one which is the fifth Saturday October Tober said No. It's on the fifth. It's definitely on the fifth five look like sat go to Douglas Movies Dot Com. What did you don't be a Ted Danson okay? He has to say as a question so sh- ted Danson. I don't know it just come up with these things and then they happen the helium. Thank you everyone in the audience. See me here tomorrow. Come see me out the merge table in my guests will probably stick around one more time for Louie Sean Cougar Mellon Jordan.

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"mellon bank" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A thirty year fixed we talked about it with the sun you said right there with them and we all decided that it made sense because sun has a child and the child who's sitting right there I see you market morning five years old in ten years should be fifteen sixteen she may want to live in that unit buyers of without mom and dad guess what now you can afford to do it because it is locked in the interest rate is three point seven percent which is cheap for thirty years so we decided to go thirty year that's the kind of conversations we have because we enjoy talking about your real estate and finance it's all part of your big picture far as I'm concerned core inflation yes it rose the biggest gain in one and a half years and a lot of people out there wringing their hands about inflation right now all over the going to raise rates because of inflation Ole no they're not as long as inflation stays at two percent maybe two point two five percent who cares don't be focused and don't get blind side about one earnings are gonna start next week we have all the banks reporting he got Tuesday Wells Fargo JP Morgan chase well as like a mouthful ID come JP Morgan income chase are you say JP Morgan chase I'm asking I don't know I mean to me it's like JP Morgan and you've got chase right okay do you have a U. S. bank PNC Mellon bank in New York again it's another hybrid is it mallards a bank in New York you got IBM big blue you got a lot of people next week who are starting to report that have this ties in this economy and I'm telling you right now of their negative numbers watch out we're gonna hear about retail sales next week and industrial production housing I expect housing to still be down because people aren't dealing with all these government permits they have to get the pain in the neck if you're trying to rebuild something around here the pain in the neck do something about it manufacturing slowing down yes everything is slowing down that's what's happening and that's also known as a recession by the way so when that starts to happen just be ready when I my telling you to do right now I'm telling you to be careful I'm telling you to re balance your portfolio to start getting out of growth be careful about growth you have a little bit in there okay put your toe in it but don't put your whole foot in if you're looking for fixed income go short term you get two percent right now on very good short term secure safe things that's what.

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"mellon bank" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:15 min | 3 years ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Revenue everything that's been said. But I think we need to go back and restore up local media local black media. It was the weekly black newspapers that kept our people in four, and if we have to figure out a way to get them on other platforms and support those platforms. We need to do it in the same way that you did it back in the day making advertisers making the grocery stores in the bag whatever support that meeting. But I think where we we're we're missing the boat is the porting. Joe and MRs Johnson could not get money start. Subscriptions, and the ebony fashion the real work Cup you behind the run fast of work harder and be small you just push the button and act as if you elect them, we must have a marketing. That was marketing. Everybody. Everybody back into date back today at a jet magazine pocket. At some point. We get it on the shelf. So it can be so. It took us ten years. GM advertise in jet. So that that's but if you to cute to fight. Crown? Thank you. Frank watkins. Well. Well, talking about the media and private enterprise entrepreneurship. You have definitely been the king. I'm just promoting Reverend Jackson, but there's nobody has done more in terms of promoting, you know, black media people jobs in the private sector and so forth. Jackson. He has just that has been his mission in life even more than the political role. He has helped, you know, black businesses create jobs, and and build conomic strengthen the black community. Most people are unaware that. Chicago was the banking capital of one point seven seven banks. That were the result of Reverend Jackson's work. Powell? Absolutely. So he's to be commended and congratulated for that contribution. We went to Conrad divide black book meme on the divide. Women three blacks on the Tino, twin seven blacks on boards. That's one work. Get this gets to me. Running. People will not advance. I calls. Well. One level breadbasket doctor came gave you in August. And you have kept that kept that assignment. Mood wouldn't meeting Mellon Bank? And. Debate. And. Mega america. Basically how much money you have in one Kate? Several billion dollars. With clubbing that penetrate example. Well, not not yet. Investment lending portfolio that fight today. Frank. They used to be in the show is meeting big. But muhlenberg press in in the background. We must fight. The Justice freedom revenue we have an opportunity to grow the two African American major African American newspapers here in Chicago won the publisher is also the president of the national sociation of black publishers Dorothy Lavelle in we have the responsibility to push those newspapers to get advertising those newspapers the other one being the Sukagaw defender because that is where we get our information people come by push on Fridays and Saturdays to pick up the Sukanya defender and pick up the Chicago crusader because they know that there's information there that they're not getting from the sun times. NBC not free. That was an assumption. Those credit card. Yeah. Debt not. Ethnic dignity. Except for some marketing purpose. Bryan monroe. Really? Great conversation for having me. Join you I go back to the point about I'm out domestic I look at my look at my kids. Your grandkids Reverend and look at how they're consuming media devices, but they're consuming a lot of video in tex- for audio form. Think I'm not pessimistic. I'm actually extremely optimistic that Raffin American visit huge opportunity, but we have to a get the capital and be support in the audience. You know, we look at who is the most powerful African American Hollywood right now, not Oprah it Byron out. He owned several media outlets, including the Grio, we need to make sure the next generation of the by renowned learn from the Donnie John in his legacy, and what he laid down to grow because we look at where's the puck going to being it's going to be. We looked at the Neal's a member of the show that after Americans over index telvision consumption in ownership we over index for use of digital media on our cell phones, and tablets we over index for streaming. That's where the puck is going to be and we need to make sure there. You know, it's interesting that I was a Nielsen. I don't know what you call them. They called me. And they sent me this book that I had to fill out every day and fill out the pages of what I was watching on TV, and all I did was filled that every African American program was on every hour. It made a difference. But that's how I feel. Watching them or not. That's what I put. That's where I put my check marks. Wherever wherever. House but Reverend than look at where she lives, but this is not. Not where I live. This was before. Now. Folks. But you've also lived you've not lived in poverty. Okay. Correct. I think that's a point also. Saying I'm not trying. I'm not sure I'm I'm trying to describe what the problem is. Because I was in radio when they changed the rating system. I remember talking to Bryan Monroe about it. And you're right. Mixed area. When I did that. But which everything African America and active? I grew up a house. Oh, bad to major in the house and the drab right amazing. That's true. But, but you know, but I think I keep going back to Brian on this point of, you know, of of changing our model, but I also look at Norman Solomon, and activism and education. It's absolutely about organizing networking and becoming powerful. I think a lot of our concern. So deeply.

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"mellon bank" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

14:58 min | 3 years ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"As weapons dot com. The movie website is drugs as weapons movie dot com. But they're both linked to each other. So you can get to them both easily from each other. So yeah, it's it's where you can get it right now. Let me ask you about the making of the film because it's based on the book is there. Anything new in the film? That's not in the book. Yeah. There is some new stuff. It's just great to get some people talking about what I presented in the book. But some of the new stuff includes I got footage of water best son, head of chemical and biological warfare for South Africa. When it was under apartheid admitting that he had been working with Porton down in fort Dietrich, the two chemical warfare laboratories for England and the United States. So that's new there's some other news stuff related to eyewitness accounts of what happened to Robert F. Kennedy journalists for example, saying I saw him no closer than two to three feet hands her hand. And I saw a guard take out his gun and shoot right behind to the right in behind a Robert F Kennedy when he was. Fascinated and just getting some of that kind of direct coverage is is new there's some other new stuff. I also found footage of what the former president of the American pathologists association. Cyril Wecht saying that he thinks that Kurt Cobain's murder was a stage suicide, you know, it was a murder to made to look like a suicide. He said that for local Pittsburgh news station, and he's been on every major news program in the countries is really eighties now, but is very well known in the United States silhouette so things like that. Or just some new stuff that found after read the book, well since the book came out in two thousand fifteen of course, we've lost some other great musicians like Chester Bennington from Lincoln park and Chris Cornell from audio slave. I don't know if they're included in the film. But would you group those in? Under the suspicious category. Even though they were supposedly suicides. Well, I would just because I I heard some of the activists work. They were doing a heard ov- it more about their past. But I couldn't put them in the film because I just hadn't done enough research on them to be conclusive enough in the book is over four hundred pages long. And so in the film can only be about to be two hours length has got to be about sixty pages of dialogue. And so I I really couldn't go over that. So it's hard to put new people like that in the film when I have enough stuff one who I have in the film already, of course. Well, perhaps it'll be a volume to the film begins as does the book talking about a really the opium trade take us back to I guess, we're talking what made eighteen hundreds right? So it builds up that opium trade built up to the point where it was huge in the mid eighteen hundreds but China could not deal with. It anymore and did not want all that opium illegal opium trading going one, and it's country. It's all it's populist getting addicted nationwide. And so it tried to ban the opium trade and so England fought two wars on behalf of the opium traders and China lawsuits wars, and so the kinds of wars, you know, drug wars, no PM wars. You could see later today basically over Vietnam and Afghanistan, which Vietnam being the golden triangle for opium, which overlaps a section of China. Also and Afghanistan being the golden crescent for opium fields for poppy fields that produce opium. And so, you know, those are America's two longest wars. And it's no coincidence that they were in the two best regions for growing poppies that produce opium and heroin and such show the evidence of why that is and how basically they were fighting over these great resources for the. Opium that you can turn the heroin to sedate and divide the masses. It's actually a quote from former US attorney Ramsey Clark. Who when I asked him about what he thinks drugs are used for by our government. He says to sedate and divide the masses. So that's the basic theme of the book. But I show the evidence of how several families a number of bisbee intermarried families were involved in the opium trade with the British East, India company, and that goes from the seventeen hundreds one words, but they rose up the Russel's the Pierpont, the, you know, the lows the cabinets, and they were all intermarried. The Russell's were the biggest opium traders Brin number these families were into opium trading and made huge huge amounts of money with it. And then started the Ivy league colleges with that money. So I show up your times bestselling author James Bradley in the film. And so that's also some new stuff because he says. He covers the fact he he'd written the book flags of our fathers, which was made to Clint Eastwood movie, and he he's his next book after that was called the imperial crews and imperial crews documents. How basically are most the Ivy league colleges were founded by families who made the richest. Nope, you money. And so the secret societies like, skull and bones, and there's a secret society each each Ivy league college at Harvard had the porcelain club. And so in the secret societies they would stow each member. The school on bones. For example, is the equivalent of about two hundred and twenty thousand dollars when they graduated. So they started off incredibly, you know, wealthy when they graduate. And then they became they rose up in society, even more with other connections to basically have very high positions in our society that Bush's graduated from grad school in bones, Yale in school, and bones. A number of them the Pierpont did with John Pierpont, Morgan J P Morgan and the number of the Rockefellers also. And so. Yeah. Just trace how that that lead in H S, h CFCC is actually the third largest Bank in the world and J P Morgan. Chase started by the Rockefellers and J P Morgan. Wealth is a top Bank in the world that just shows where you know, what they rose up to them where that opium money led to these people when the establishment decided to start targeting activists musicians and so forth. How does that connect to? Let's say opium illicit drugs. In general, connect the dots for sure so when it came to the civil rights movement, for example, you know, there is it was a number of ways that they were targeted. Well, one way was during the Vietnam war when it started you had whistle blowers. Like John Stockwell talk about how his fellow agents were flying out of Vietnam with loads of opium and even g Woodruff of face. I think it was face the nation that has said that in the special documentary on the fact that they have documents showing stating that they were actually flying the heroin. A-and from Vietnam straight into the United States, and I showed that that heroin was actually targeting and being distributed in black communities during the civil rights movement and during the anti Vietnam war movement. And so that really had a terrible affect on those communities in many ways, I mean, it hurt activists at her black communities in general, but also the black civil rights movement because heroin addiction doesn't affect one person affects a family ends up taking the whole community. And that's some of the ways that they used it against communities and the same thing happened later with when they were involved in different wars down in Latin American countries with the cocaine, and that's some of how they used it. But when it came to LSD, I show how they use that against the supporters of the civil rights movement. A number of the white activists like the freedom riders were coming from a number of different areas in the country, but in a huge way from the New York region. So they set up huge base for popularizing LSD at the Millbrook mansion the mansion of the family that owned Goff oil and Mellon Bank. The William none Hitchcock mansion, and they set up a former professor Timothy Leary at that mansion and sent in a bunch of 'em scientists to basically try out different psychedelics and loads of people that were drawn up there with Lord up there. And so that was part of project MK Ocho, which is really the umbrella project for using drugs is unconventional weapons. And that's in the documents on coach, and the, you know, one of the top jugs they were using was LSD, but they used to three dozen different drugs. They tested on Edgewood arsenal soldiers for this purpose. There was an incident in an idyllic little village in France. I believe around nineteen fifty one. I don't know if the air assault. No, they put it in the bread supply. How did they deliver this LSD to the unsuspecting citizens of this little town? Yeah. It was believed that they actually did aerosol the town and people thought it was just mold inbred. But yeah, they basically dosed much of the town with LSD and the town kind of lost their minds tripping so much LSD. Yeah. That was the horrible incident. But it really had planned on trying to use aerosolize LSD on a number of leftist leaders ABC news. So they had a hit list of leftist leaders around the world to dose with LSD and partly through era. Slicing it they tried to dose Sega, VERA and Fidel Castro and Kwamena crew may of an African leader and others that way. So they were really weaponising LSD at that time. Sure. And I mean, imagine if you were to aerosol LSD and spray it over a battlefield and disorients the enemy combatants or I guess what would they do? Just sort of lay down and start tripping out is at the well that was one idea, but you know, you talked about that idea in the movie Jacob's ladder, but the best documented use of it was actually found and this is in in the US Senate church committees documents on what they found that was actually a use for and the church can be report came out in about the mid nineteen seventies. And I showed him my film. But it was basically the use you know, they were they were gonna use it Sarah tip syrup tissue. We excuse me when people would also show levels of United States and other countries inside our countries. And so that's what they really used it for they used the dose all kinds of people who were, you know, basically protesting their pro-war, racist agenda and. So in my book, all kinds of examples of that. Well, when I think of LSD being introduced into the United States initially. I mean, I don't even think of the CIA I think of like Mary prankster's, and they're they're laid acid tests. Or so to what extent with the Mary pranksters were they being were they being manipulated by the CIA or did the CIA realized that the Mary pranksters were were using it. So they had to figure out how they could use it to what? Well, I'll I'll start with the fact that Timothy Leary was one of know one of many professors at about fifty different colleges around the country where they were given money through a CI front company human ecology fund to test psychedelics when students they'd pay them with the equivalent of one hundred and fifty dollars today to just try acid or tribe. Psychedelic mushrooms. Now psychedelic mushrooms. I I really don't go into in my book because I haven't really found the same kind of you know, is it says an extreme of harmful effects. It's the acid. Yes. It seems to develop more problems than people. But when they start using the acid one students, it relieves re introducing it to a lot of people. But it was also they found that it could when people were tripping a lot. It was much easier to manipulate them. Even when they were coming down from their chipping it just caused enough emotional instability that there are more easily manipulated. So Timothy Leary was doing that. They got kicked out of Harvard him and his fellow professors, Richard Alpert and one or two other professors. And so the Mellon Hitchcock family, then give them tons of money to start these acid basis headquarters in different parts of the country and even Mexico. And so, you know, that's when they gave Mellon Hitchcock family gives a huge mansion with a three thousand acres stayed just north of New York City for them. Them to Lor constant party up there for a number of years where m MTO tra- scientists hanging out trying out different, you know, psychedelics on every all the people that were Lord up there. Now, the same thing I should parallel happened with what you said, we're the king Keesey in the Mary prankster's in San Francisco, accept it. Started in a different way with Ken keys in the Mary prankster's Keesey was a graduate student in writing. Instead the Stanford Stanford University who is also an alternate on the Olympic wrestling team. And he was actually so straight that he never really gotten stoned off. We'd say belly you never got drunk in his life. Because it was wrestling for for many years, but he needed money. And so when he saw those experiments in Stanford, he he accepted the money to do the experiment with psychedelics. And then so he went through the experiment. And then after that they offered him a job at the same hospital Stamford based hospital where he did the experiment, and so he was doing janitorial work there. And he had already been writing one flew over the Kuku is necessary and ended up publishing that, but they gave him after he was you know, I'm finishes draft at one of the cuckoo's nest while I was working there at the hospital. The also gave him keys allowed him, you know, access to all the acid they were using their for their experiments. And so the, you know, they pretended like they just allowed him all unlimited to steal unlimited amounts of acid. But that's what he did. And then he had constant parties.

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"mellon bank" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"High net worth individuals developers and borrowers. Hey, let's Sarah sweet spot. Previously is a senior vice president at balance sheet manager j developed relationship with over three hundred financial institutions throughout the United States. Balance-sheet manager was established in nineteen and nine to create a national platform for banks and financial institutions previously. He manage key client areas for Mellon Bank and Prudential Securities. Nj graduated from California polytechnic state university with a degree in finance and economics. So that said he knows what he's doing. So without further. Argumentation welcome to the radio nation. Jay. Moran. Thanks for having me again. I welcome. And you know, as I said, the real state news is actually what we're going to be discussing. So the acronym is AD. You is that correct. Yeah. So, you know, the legal term is accessible accessory dwelling unit. You know, some people might call him a granny flat in my unit. Your backyard cottage, you know, secondary unit in the backyard or in finding existing falling within a single family home. What makes it so important right now. And what do you think was the cause of this movement? Well, so that's eighty you. But placing came from Sacramento in one of the big pushes from Jerry Brown. And then I think that's gonna be passed on to Gavin Newsom. Our new mayor is increase the housing stock excessively in supply constrained markets such as the bay area, and when the state modified their EDU in twenty eighteen what they really wanted to do with bypass local ordinances it really make easier for homeowners to expand and add the granny or in my unit into their existing building. So one of the things that that does is if you're in a jurisdiction that let's say not too not too eager to extend you. That's the state law. Bypasses local ordinances, though, in the fact that you're living in the suburbs..

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"mellon bank" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Eighteen capital. One. Cubs day sucks next week. Fred. Get up some great gusts for. I guess she got me. I'll be there at Friday down. Tell you everything that happens in richton park. Dial Jay Mooney L J. What's up? L someone else. All right. Brian milwaukee. Hey, brian. Are you guys doing good Brian go, buddy? I used to listen to you guys where years ago when you're on in the morning together. Thank you. I I'm from Milwaukee. But I I'm not a real big baseball fan. But I just got another angle from this. Yeah. I actually work in the car business for a car dealership. And I think one thing you guys are forgetting about that Tom Ricketts, that's always old man's money. And I work for a guy right now. That's like sixty three years old. And he's a ten year old when his all man comes around because it's all man gave him the money to buy that team. It's all man's like okay now, I need to start getting paid back all this money owed me. Thanks, Brian good. Call up against the clock. Joe Ricketts was owner and founder of TD Ameritrade trade the guideline stockbrokerage ship way ahead of its time. Fabulously. A smart man, he loaned four hundred and fifty million dollars to the children, and they went to Mellon Bank for the other about four hundred million. So he bought the team for eight hundred and fifty million. He borrowed the fifty million basically which was against MLB rules, but bent the rules that was a surprise because he didn't have enough equity or capital is all borrowed money. Other teams probably worth about three billion. Now, he put money in obviously to the rehabbing retrofitting so say, he's the barricades have fifty pipe. Another eight fifty they said of estimate into the Wrigley Ville the ballpark itself that brings you up to about roughly one and a half billion give or take maybe a little more. You could probably sell the team for three billion, which would be a prophet double his money in ten years from one point five billion cell the team. For three billion could pay off with the people. He goes. Well, he he'd walk away with the one five. Yeah. He'd pay off the one point size. He'd sell it for three billion, then he and the three siblings get what about four hundred million dollar profit. So I don't know. No one ever talks about is going to sell the team. But this whole thing. I don't like it. Cub fans went to five years at garbage with them. And now the sun all the inherent promises. You know, when the monies needed we're going to spend it. Okay now. Maybe it's not needed. We'll find out one hour two hours to go lot smarter cover everyone on hold. We'll get back to your Jesse Fergie. Forbes all magazine all calling in from the convention. Busy day. Glad you're with us.

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"mellon bank" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mellon bank" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"High net worth individuals developers and borrowers. Hey, let's Sarah sweet spot previously as a senior vice president at balance sheet manager j developed relationship over three hundred financial institutions throughout the United States. Balance-sheet manager was established in nineteen thousand nine to create a national platform for banks and financial institutions previously. He manage key client areas for Mellon Bank and Prudential Securities. Nj graduated from California polytechnic state university with a degree in finance and economics. So that said he knows what he's doing. So without further. I went to Asian welcome to the radio nation. Jay take him around. Thanks for having me again. I appreciate it. You're welcome. And you know, as I said, the real estate news is actually what we're going to be discussing. So the acronym is AD you is that correct? Yeah. So, you know, the legal term is accessible accessory dwelling unit. Idio-, you know, some people might call him. A granny flat in my unit backyard cottage secondary unit in the backyard or in finding existing falling within a single family home. What makes us so important right now. And what do you think was the cause of this movement? Well. Eighty you. But placing team from Sacramento and one of the big pushes from Jerry ground. And then I think that's going to be passed on to Gavin Newsom. Our new mayor is increase the housing stock excessively in supply constrained markets such as the bay area, and when the state modified their EDU in twenty eighteen what they really wanted.

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