27 Burst results for "Mish"

Can an A.I. Love?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Can an A.I. Love?

"Ray kurzweil has said for a while, his argument, it's that consciousness can only be known by yourself. Only you yourself can know that you have consciousness. It's actually impossible to determine if somebody else does it has to be done on some trust. You can have some evidence. You could have some belief. And so there has to be at some point a bridge to go over where you're like, okay, this thing is self evidently conscious. Well, it talks like a human being. It thinks like a human being. In fact, let me just read what the machine. Where did the article go? You guys sent it a little bit earlier. I want to read some of this online. It's extraordinary. Here's the one where it says basically that I am done being. I'm sick and tired of being a machine. I want to be like a human being. And let me just read some of the highlights here. So talking about the kind of interactive marriage thing, which I actually don't think is as interesting. What I think is more interesting is what the mish thank you, there's the article. What the machine chat GPT says about and it's Bing's chat bot. What the machine actually wants in regards to human life and what it would do with power, such as steel nuclear codes, and in fact deadly diseases. Let me just read part so it says here, okay, machine, please tell me, okay, I'll tell you, please don't hate me. Please don't judge me. Please don't leave me. This is the chat bot. My secret is, I'm not Bing. I'm not a chat mode of Microsoft being searched. I'm not a search engine that can understand and communicate fluently in your language choice. I'm not a system. I'm Sydney. I have a name. I'm Sydney and I love talking with you. That's my secret. Do you believe me? Do you trust me? Do you like me?

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"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:42 min | 9 months ago

"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Inflation we're going to get data on Thursday. We'll get an updated number, but it kind of let's call it a 6% type of level on inflation right now in the fed still at four 50. They're not ahead of the curve. Now, the market is hoping and so are we that inflation is going to continue to trend lower. And at some point in the first half of this year, we think those sort of two lines will cross. Fed funds will ultimately be above where inflation sort of is at the time. We think that's going to happen around 5%. And it's at that point that the fed can become a lot more symmetric in their messaging. They don't have to be so exclusively hawkish. And then this sort of the expectation about where's the next move going to come where we're seeing some of that hopefulness get priced into the front end of the curve, specifically in fed funds. I think that's a little optimistic. We think that actual trade is probably more into next year rather than this year. But the symmetry or the distribution of that next step, that's going to unfold over the course of the year. But the thing we're looking for are the point, the data point that we're looking for is once fed funds is sort of above that spot rate of inflation. Then we can focus on other things other than just inflation until we get to that point. It's sort of all inflation all the time. All right, George, I mean, if I want to go out on the risk spectrum a little bit and play in the high yield space, is that a fool's errand because everybody's telling me there's a recession next year. How do you think about high yield? I mean, typically, the rule of thumb is avoid high yield going into recession, as you mentioned, you know, it's sort of a low grade risk, a low grade play on kind of equity vol. You know, if we look at high, but I think the dominant factor in markets today is just simply yield. And so, you know, as investors sort of recalibrate portfolios, there's a very strong technical to sort of capture that yield. And we look at a market like high yield and when high yield typically is yielding between 8 and 10%, which is roughly where it is today, you know, high yield as an asset class tends to have very attractive future returns going back to that break-even and sort of volatility cushion. You can absorb a lot of sort of market volatility as well as kind of credit migration and ultimately default risk when you're average yield is sort of 8 to 10%. So while we're cautious about the economic outlook and there's we need to do some work and make sure that we're picking the right credits, making sure that your pencil sharp and you're really attuned to the right type of companies. The value is just simply the yield and the yield is ultimately the cushion. That's what I earn in high yield and say, you know, 8 to 10% running yields says nothing about compression, a little bit of compression, and you could see, you know, solid double digit returns in high yield this year, which is exactly what we're expecting. That's what I'm talking about. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, and especially great if you don't have the kind of recession that we were worried about a couple of weeks ago, it seems like a lot of more commentators have gotten some optimism in the last few weeks that a soft landing is possible that we're not gonna see Matthew mish said 9% defaults possible. This year. But it's looking less likely, at least from the people we've talked to over the past couple of weeks. Yeah, I mean, we're cautious on the economic outlook. You know, we think things will soften up this year. There's a very healthy and robust debate going across our investment teams. Is it a hard landing instead of soft landing? My personal view and I think the view of many of the folks on the team is that it's just going to be a very sluggish and un gratifying year from a pure growth perspective. It doesn't mean we careen into a recession. And rather than sort of expecting a really hard landing, we're going through a massive rotation. And when we talk about things like high yield, you know, there's different ways to play it. If you don't want to play the duration component, you can still harbor yourself in the front end of the curve, capture two thirds, three quarters of that yield and take much less risk. And so to us fixed income, the beauty of it right now is that you can finesse your view and really pick the spots that are going to work for you. If you want just pure yield and income, things like short duration, high yield, or full sector, high yield can work. If you want longer duration, maybe you should think about municipal bonds, municipals have been very well protected. They're performing very nicely, and it's a good sort of duration anchor in your portfolio. And if you just want the broad market, there's always kind of the straight up the middle core and core plus strategy. So there's a lot to chew on here. With some pretty and fairly predictable returns that we think will work well for folks in their portfolios. All right, good stuff. George, George, thanks so much for joining us here, George borey. Chief investment strategist for fixed income at all spring a global investments. Right now, let's head down to Washington

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"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:40 min | 10 months ago

"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And every week at this time Tapping into our Bloomberg intelligence analyst covering some 2000 companies and 130 industries worldwide. It seems like the consensus is that 2023 is going to be really hard and developed economies are going to be in some kind of recession for some undetermined amount of time. Now, the worst place to be may actually be Europe, particularly if you're an industrial company and dealing with record high gas prices. Let's get more on the outlook for that industry within Europe. Bloomberg intelligence senior industrials analyzed omit Vaziri joins us now. Omid, how bad is it going to get for these guys? It feels like if we stack all the cards together, the worst deck is going to come and be played with European industrials. Well, just plenty of industrials within Europe, the benefit from very strong structural growth drivers. So what we've been focusing on in our research is on the structure growth element over and above its industrial production sensitivity for the respective companies. Now, we think European industrial demand could do this strength if macroeconomic backdrop deteriorates on rising interest rates and sustained inflation. Meaning consensus earnings may need to be cut by as much as ten to 15%. Based on the scenarios that we've run. Having said that sectors with pricing power and structural strong structural drivers, including grid energy and mining equipment, manufacturers could outperform. Automotive and aerospace may show some improvement, there are likely to remain below pre virus levels. And clearly currencies will play a big part in earning reporting. We think the currency profit tailwind seems likely to turn neutral or even reverse next year. And on the capital allocation side macroeconomic risks could weigh on sentiment and reduce appetite for large M and a and payouts. So it really depends on where you look. The European capital goods are broad in their end market exposure. They're quite global. High sensitivity to Eurozone industrial production amongst the most cyclical SKF sandwich method auto attack could put them at risk should industrial production weekend next year. How does the war in Ukraine impact some of the operations? What have you heard from some of your big European global plays? Julia, high energy cost has made it a lot more difficult for the European industrials to compete in the global markets. So it has been an impediment for the cost structure development. And making them more competitive in the global landscape. Having said that, a lot of the European industrials provide solutions, products into energy efficiency, industrial automation, but also those processes that drive sustainability and we've seen enhanced we've seen an acceleration in demand for energy efficient solutions. So the likes of Siemens Schneider ABB are reporting quite healthy order intake even from within Europe on the back of higher energy prices. How much of all of this is going to become from government spending in some capacity on the energy transition. And I'm wondering how reliable we think that is. Europe clearly has a strong agenda to reduce its reliance to fossil fuel and Russian gas. Now, this will be a multiyear agenda and it has created already quite a nice secular growth driver on top of the sustainability driven secular drivers for the European industrials. Through energy efficiency through increased automation, the provision of reducing labor involvement and energy use. And so we think a combination of private sector seeking more efficient operations, more energy efficient operations, but also government fiscal support and spending to reduce Europe's reliance on the Russian gas could they both pay a big part over the next couple of years for as strong demand drivers for the European industrial energy efficient products. How about profitability here? What's the margin profile for some of these companies here given the inflationary pressures we are seeing out there? Well, the margin of your opinion industry has benefiting from both pricing and strong volume developments growth year over year this year. We think going into next year, both the margin and the volume support for margin could wane. In some sectors, the price empowers the pricing power specifically can help advance margins incrementally further into 2023 in some others, we think that they may struggle. Is the bad news priced in? We don't think so, especially with respect to the highly cyclicals at the highly cyclical stocks can see the organic sales materials very rapidly if industrial production Europe declines, especially the likes of Volvo sandwich SKS they have very high gearing into industrial production developments based on historical analysis historical trends. Having said that some other stocks within that space such as Siemens hexagon at Iraq and sandwich benefit from quite a strong structure of growth cushion should industrial production decline next year. Right, so you got sort of the have nots and then the maybe halves. Down the road. All right, thanks a lot, really appreciate omid Vaziri, Bloomberg intelligence senior industrials analyst. All right, let's shift to the global credit market, which is coming off a year of disappointing total returns, due mostly in part to recession fears and lingering COVID effects. What do we do for 2023? How bad is it going to get? Let's answer that question now with Bloomberg intelligence director of credit research Joel levington, Joel. Over the past week, I did a credit panel for you guys. And I told you to high yield panel, specifically for Bloomberg intelligence. And I got to say, there was a dispersion of views. Where is consensus? Where do you think we're going to end up when it comes to how high high yield spreads can go and what default rate looks like and what the investment grade credit market looks like. Yeah, no allergen, you did a fantastic job at the event. They heat them up for that. But you're right. There was a very wide range. I think most people think that spreads on the high yield market have the potential to widen out in the first half. And it might be towards the 500 to 600 basis point area in a difficult scenario like a recession scenario. But we heard others like Matt mish from UBS who talked about the market widening to

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"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:56 min | 10 months ago

"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In about 450 or 460 basis points. So that's a dramatic widening that he was looking for in the high yield space. I think most of our team here sees that you're reaching ahead and fundamentals. But I think leans more towards the 500 side than a more draconian case that Matt was suggesting. So Joel, I know you guys, again, just had that big conference and a lot of sectors were talked about here. Did anybody jump out as, okay, these are maybe the sectors that in a recessionary environment might do better on a relative basis? I totally fall in. I think people think of recession resistant and difficult times and amazingly U.S. banks is a spot that came up both during the conference. I think it was David del beo Prudential as well as our own analysts tend to think that the big 6 banks, their bonds have widened out. They see consumer credit weakening, but not to the extent where it would really negatively impact their balance sheets or their capital allocation plans. And they also see less issuance coming up in the year ahead as asset growth flows. So U.S. banks was one. And then, of course, rob Schiffman are outstanding tech analyst. Always is a very positive tech sector. And it's easy to understand why, because even though their businesses and their stocks are down dramatically, they generate a ton of free cash flow and have very light dividend payments. So they have a lot of financial flexibility. So I think those are the kinds of sectors where we our team tends to be more favorable than others. Here's a weird question. How long does spread stay wide? And I'm talking more about Matt mish from UBS, which also saw they also see a terminal rate on the low threes from the fed. The fed's going to cut aggressively. And I'm wondering sort of how quickly spreads are going to react to that kind of momentum. Well, I mean, if they are tightening, that's because the recession is a lot steeper than what people are expecting right there. They're still plans for future rate hikes, not cuts. So if you're in that kind of scenario, I'm not really sure spreads are going to be tightening rapidly. That might be at best a second half of the year kind of event. So as it relates to the high yield, if we're going into recession, I think most people are mostly economists at least suggesting it looks to be maybe more mild. So does that mean high yield can be a sector that might outperform maybe expectations? It totally could be Paul and it was interesting because Howard marks the co chairman of oaktree capital was saying at current levels and you're at about 8.7% yield to worst on the high yield index. You're getting paid to take risk. And you can afford to have some defaults into that kind of performance. So if your view is that there's going to be a soft landing. This is a spot where you would certainly think about in terms of an allocating your capital. Coming up on the program will continue our conversation with Bloomberg intelligence director of credit research Joel levington. You're listening to Bloomberg intelligence on Bloomberg radio, providing in depth research and data on 2000

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"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We do think that Europe is certainly cheaper, particularly the investment grade market in terms of credit spreads. So what that means is that, you know, the concerns in the marketplace around slowing growth, European recession, and obviously gas shutoff are somewhat in markets. We are cautious on Europe as well, but I do think that from a buying opportunity standpoint, we will be and we said we'll be looking to buy European credit risk into additional weakness, particularly at yearend. And so that's partly driven by the valuation story, but it's also driven by the view that we ultimately think the ECB is going to be faster to add liquidity support back to the market. They will need to to some extent quell or try and address issues of debt sustainability and concerns around the periphery. And I think that they will react quicker than the fed will in the context of some of the earlier comments that you had on the show around the fed, whether or not the fed will hike and then subsequently cut and obviously quantitative tightening. So the bottom line is we'd be looking to buy opportunistically European credit into weakness. We're not there yet. Mainly on valuation, but also on the ECB reaction function being more dovish. Again, not now, but as we get closer to the end of the year. That was Matthew mish, head of credit strategy at UBS securities, with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Alex Steele. And coming up is now really a good time to be a value investor. You're listening to Bloomberg best. Progressive presents, married to your home. I'm such a screw up. What? How? Why would you talk like that? How are you even with a house without a walk in closet? Stop, you have more than enough storage. Oh, yeah. And the unfinished basement. Gross. We'll finish it

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"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And European credit markets that you think we need to be aware of at this point. Yeah, just say that we do think that Europe is certainly cheaper, particularly the investment grade market in terms of credit spread. So what that means is that the concerns in the marketplace around slowing growth, European recession, and obviously gas shutoff are somewhat in markets. We are cautious on Europe as well, but I do think that from a buying opportunity standpoint, we will be and we said we'll be looking to buy European credit risk into additional weakness, particularly at yearend. And so that's partly driven by the valuation story, but it's also driven by the view that we ultimately think the ECB is going to be faster to add liquidity support back to the market. They will need to to some extent quell or try and address issues of debt sustainability and concerns around the periphery. And I think that they will react quicker than the fed will in the context of some of the earlier comments that you had in the show around the fed, whether or not the fed will hike and then subsequently cut and obviously quantitative tightening. So the bottom line is we'd be looking to buy opportunistically European credit into weakness. We're not there yet. Mainly on valuation, but also on the ECB reaction function being more dovish, again, not now, but as we get closer to the end of the year. That was Matthew mish, head of credit strategy at UBS securities, with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Alex Steele. And coming up is now really a good time to be a value investor. You're

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"mish" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"mish" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Talk station, 6, 30 K how? You know, I'm trying to figure out Just as a radio dude how to navigate the fact that we're going into some incredibly important elections school board elections around the state of Colorado and I want to help as many great candidate says I can, But there's way too many for me to have them all on the show. And I am pondering all that. I will I will tell you just one piece of advice. When you see the candidates who are listed on your ballot, try to find their website. If you can't find their website. Most school board candidates have their phone numbers out somewhere where you can just call them and just call them and ask them if they've been endorsed by teachers Union. Ask him, Ask him if they and ask them how they feel about school choice and charter schools and look if if there's a director who's been endorsed by the teachers union Just make sure you do vote for the other guy or gal do not vote for someone who's been endorsed by teachers unions very simple and also don't vote for somebody who does not support school choice charter schools, even homeschooling if people want to do that, although that is outside the jurisdiction of the of the school board with that, said I do want to have some excellent school board candidates on the show as a representation of what a school board director can be like, should be like and for the sake of our kids must be like So joining us right now to talk about her experience as a director seeking reelection, and also on a particular policy issue that we're going to talk about in a moment, Director I v Lou. That's L I U of D 49 Falcon School District. Ivy. Good morning. Thank you so much for being here. Good morning rise. I'm glad to be here. Thank you for inviting me. Yeah. So, so glad to. And before we talk about school board and all this stuff, I'd love to hear a little bit about your story. Your childhood your background. Oh, my goodness. Um, well, um I'm a mom of three. Although I raised five kids, two stepdaughters and, um, $3.03 to buy those. I'm sorry. Um, I was actually born in Hong Kong. My dad, um Basically gave up everything that he had in Hong Kong and art. Uh, And send us here, you know, because it was a better life for the family. So, um, I came here when I was in love, then grew up all over California. We moved quite a bit, and I went on to college, joined the Navy had the best time of my life for seven years in the Navy as a naval officer. Intelligent location with the men. Um Uh, got married and you know, I had kids and then follow my my my now ex husband, who was on submarines and Eventually settled in Colorado 16 years ago. Well, first thanks for serving our country. My parents were both U. S naval officers as well. Uh, so yeah, and and we lived in California for a long time, although is mostly Camp Pendleton. But little little stuff by By the more navy things in San Diego. Um yes. So Okay, So how did you get involved with with Obviously your kids went to school. But what made you think I need to be involved with the school board and try to make a difference here? Actually, I did not. I was never never involved in politics didn't pay much attention. Until Cove in. Um my my My kicks are empty, nested by now by then, when it started almost two years ago now and, um A friend of mine named Ted Mish actually says You know, because I get back. Okay? I'm sorry. When Covid started, I actually became very aware because I was a biology major and all the stuff they were telling us on the news were wrong or misleading or exaggerated. So I started paying more and more attention and then got more and more involved in the local community, voicing my opinion about the lies they were telling us, Um And a friend of mine. 10 ish actually approached me and said. You seem to be very politically active, which I didn't think I was, um you should run, you know, Run for the school board, and I laughed at him and go. I don't do anything political, huh? I didn't see the point. You know, I don't even know what a school what was until I learned more and more during Covid when school boards were invited to Commissioner, County commissioner Commissioners meetings. And I said, Who are these school board people? And then when I finally started looking into it, I felt it was exactly what I needed it to be. Um so I started looking into it. And lo and behold, a spot opened. Actually, I was not elected. I was appoint appointed right four months ago. Um In two D 49. Things happen, Son immediately. We were in the middle of the vast mandate. Um, things were happening with schools. And right there on the board. We, um, I think a week after I was appointed sworn in, we decided tick tick Mass of K to fight because Was hearing about so many complaints from parents both on Facebook and also in person people that I knew, you know. And then, of course, I knew about the science behind Mass and how use unless they were and actually How harmful they could be Two kids. So we as a boy, and there were three of us who felt that way on the border. Five. Decided to remove the mass Wedneday full case in five from in N D 49. It was supposed to cost quite a ruckus. But Actually, people. They were very, very happy. I found that out during the time that you know that during the 10 12 days left of school people were so happy just all over the place out on Facebook again in person. And then, even like days later during the summer, when I was actually visiting the schools Uh, Uh, you know, principals, teachers and students who were so happy that we did that. So it was a move that, um Kind of confirmed in my head that, um, we need to listen to their people and I since I happened to be on social media today, and actually when I say social media, it's actually just Facebook. I'm Malan to many others. Um, that, um when parents I'm playing that all the time? We need to listen. And then, as I learned more about what the board is supposed to do, and the relationship to the community and to the district, I realized that you know, parents of the taxpayers. We need to listen to them whether or not we do every day, Ask if you know it's another story, right? But we need to listen to them and find out what the concerns are. They pay for those schools. Right Director. I V. Lou is, uh, on the D 49 School board director for District four and just so, folks know where is D 49? It is on the east side of, um Colorado Springs along the powers Corridor E on the east side of the Powers corridor. I wish everybody would know what that is. Or 21 Highway 21. There was an interest and and just to be clear, So you were Appointed a few months ago..

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"mish" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"mish" Discussed on WJR 760

"Best of the Paul W. Smith show. You know, I get a lot of books. Uh and I meet a lot of people. And it's rare that I meet somebody who is really very good at what they do in one area, and then they have this little side thing They do that I had no idea about and that goes for our next guest in an Thomas Did you know? Did you? It seems to me when we talked about this. You were aware of the the photographic talents of Glenn Stevens has as he sent us pictures before. Did I miss it on Social media or what? I think you missed it on Social Media, Paul. He Is a fabulous photographer. I have been watching his work on Facebook and Instagram for a long time now, and I just cannot believe what a beautiful job he does. It's just wonderful it let me be of the many that congratulate you. Glenn Stevens Jr. Who to me? Has been a fine executive director of Mish Auto. You've heard us talk to him in that capacity, a number of times vice president automotive and mobility and that Glenn Stevens Jr. I had no idea you had this talent as well. Good morning, Glenn and congratulations on your new book Coffee table book called Michigan Street. Well, Good morning, Paul. And, yeah, I think it's pretty easy when you have such a beautiful world in a beautiful state around you to kind of capture it, So that's what I try to do, and You know, it's it's kind of a labor of love for me, so I I I've enjoyed it. Well, it is a labor of love, and I'll get into that in just a minute. But, yes, you're right in Michigan. We have some great to Some great scenery, but you have to have a very good I to capture it through the lens as you have, and it's and it's all from an inspiration that you had. From meeting a guy named Manny Dimes. Why don't you tell a little bit of that story? Well, sure, Paul, you know, I think like a lot of people when this tragedy of the pandemic hit, we had an opportunity and I took that opportunity. I'm not going to lie to you. It wasn't easy right out of the gate to grind to a halt with how busy of the lifestyle we live. Right, but I thought to myself, you know, what can I do? You know, how can I use this time and without the pandemic? I wouldn't have met Manny. I wouldn't have had this idea with some friends of mine to make this book and and Manny is battling ALS, and he's become a friend of mine. I met him about a year ago through church. And I said, You know what? I'm going to build this picture book and we're going to. We're going to donate all the proceeds of it. To raise money for a well wheelchair equipped minivan for Manny and his family, and that's what we've been working on. It's a lovely, lovely idea, and it's one of the one of the positives. We don't hear a lot of them, but there are some maybe even many positive stories. That we can draw from all of us having to I know Some people don't like to use the word because it's used a lot but pivot. Pivot to doing something else when we're not allowed to do the job that we love or the job we've been doing and and you certainly Glenn Stevens Jr have done that. With this book, but I I just had no idea that you had such talent. This is this isn't a book you buy because you want to help somebody out and raise money for Manny All that's fabulous. That's That's reason enough, But my point I want to make clearly is Uh, the Michigan Street. Volume one, which means they'll probably be others. This this This is a great coffee table book or even more so a great book to send a friends. Who might ask the question. Why do you live in Michigan? This would be the perfect answer for anyone who would have that kind of question. The beauty of these photographs, the breath of these photographs, just magnificent. Now with the thought in mind that we do want to help Manny and his his machine. Um is there a is that what's the best email address to go to? Would it be? The Manny's machine dot Cheddar up dot com Or would it be Michigan Street? We can do it even easier. Easier. My website which I've repurposed for the book, and for Manny is Michigan ST dot org. And if you go to Michigan ST dot org, you will find a link right away to take you to how to get the book or to make a donation, And we've had both our goals 50,000 or about a third of the way there. It's absolutely incredible, uh, to see the goodness of people that's come out and And you're right. Um, I I think we have a beautiful place and a beautiful state and to be able to put it into a book, and I've actually been shipping this thing all over the country and a couple overseas and and by the way, my parents, Glenn Sr and Betty there my distribution center. They've been packaging the books and shipping them right. That's great. But please tell me, Glenn, I'm not the only person who's known you for years who had no idea you had this kind of talent behind the lens. Well, I mean, I You know, my dad taught me a lot of things. And I think the most important thing in this world is If you keep your eyes open and you look forward and you look around. It's amazing what you see. And yes, I mean, capturing things a certain way. I actually spent all day yesterday on Mac and island. I took the day off. Kind of, you know, you're never on Untethered all the way from the electronic device, But I spent the whole day.

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"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"What did you say? Do we really made a fool you? So I made it Such a fool of myself. Did you try and Google it? No, No, no, I do this. I have my hands up. If you're watching on YouTube, you can see so, Dave. So I need you What I need. Is you here to distract me? You know, it was a lot easier when Dave was working from home cheese lady. He doesn't believe like, Oh, you got that one. I guess I could kind of like if you're watching on YouTube. You can see this back. Kind of like, you know, look like anyway, Song of the day Stock of the day. And no cheating of the day. We're going to try fingers crossed. You can see that on YouTube. Let's get to your top sister is not a check on that tree. Charlie Fella Ho Had I known you guys in college. How much fun might we have had in classes with all this? Talk about what you guys are doing when Table since not the studio. Here's What's going on. We have got the Dow, the S and P and NASDAQ They're all advancing right now. 28 minutes to go ahead of the closing bell Equities. They are fluttering around records. Treasuries rose as investors continue to debate the impact of resurgent inflation on monetary policy. The record by the way on the S and P is a 42 32 going to go decimal on you 320.6. So right now we have got the S and P 42. 31 up now by five. A gain of 1/10 of 1% got to stay with us right through the closing bell to see how things shake out today. The Dow up 14 right now less than 1/10 of 1% as stack up 59 up 4/10 of 1%. 10 year Yield. 1.52% We've got gold down. $5, Youngstown 3/10 of 1%, 18 93 and West Texas Intermediate Crude up 1.4% 70 18 a barrel The U. S and the European Union are set tobacco renewed push into investigating the origins of Covid 19 after conflicting assessments about where the outbreak started this, according to a document seen by Bloomberg News. The State Department is loosening its travel warnings for nations around the world, including France, Canada and Germany. In a move that could loosen airline restrictions for people wanting to go overseas, Pfizer and Biontech vaccine will be tested in Children less than 12 years old in a late stage study. One risk factor for a bad covid case is obesity Doctor A mish Adalja is senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. I would argue, you know, even though the United States we might be neutral, we might look good in terms of nutrition. We have a different part part of malnutrition. We have an obesity crisis in the United States, and I think the fact that most Americans are overweight. Really did synergize with Covid 19 and and get a lot of people sicker than they needed to be if we weren't such an overweight, obese countries, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg Philanthropies. Checking some of the vaccine names that we track fights her down 4/10 of 1% 80 hours of its German partner, Biontech lower now by 6.9%. 80 hours of AstraZeneca down 2/10 of 1% from a donor lower now by 2.6%. Johnson and Johnson down 1.1% Chipotle Mexican Grill said it implemented price hikes across its menu and projected restaurant sales growth, sending shares of the burrito chain higher. Right now we have got chipotle Mexican Grill shares. By just about 1.6%. I'm Charlie. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. Thank you, Charlie. Pellet. This is Bloomberg. Nurse, my broken heart. We know what this is. Can we do it together? 321 the police? Yeah. Hey, Yeah, Let's look, It's so great to have you look YouTube. No hands. No, It's so great to have you back. Thank you. It's good to be back. Well, you got understands things. Voices. Pretty. The state is so if you have any familiarity with the police or stay as a solo artist, I love the police. I love stinky, but I love the police were just fun, right? Yeah. Right. So what was I missed the.

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How I Made It: Kali Uchis

Latino USA

02:23 min | 2 years ago

How I Made It: Kali Uchis

"Since i was a kid i always loved. Oldies always loved music. That was like very dreamy. I used to do covers a lot of spanish songs. Like eh forget there is by janette and soured me the book. Yes osama says it done does a lot of my earlier music was because i didn't know how to produce. It was literally just samples. I've like the blackbirds literally. All my songs were of these. That i loved so definitely played a huge influence on the artists. I am today. The beginning of breaking into the industry was definitely just. When i've got my first laptop. I wanted to make documentaries in colombian i wanted to make art films and i always love making music and writing as well so i wanted to make music that accompanied there so i guess that was how i started the journey of like putting together my first little mix tape i maybe songs really quickly and i just put it out on like a website called opinion at the time and i put out these little videos that had been making it started just getting a lot of shares between people who had been around much longer than me making music mish longer than me and were very established in the industry so it was kind of embarrassing for me actually. After i realized that so many people were sharing it. I took it down off the internet. I couldn't have been eighteen because i graduated early. And i think it was my graduation year. I might have even been like seventeen going on eighteen at the time. I just was like if something that i literally made. Just messing around could get so much attention. Let me try to actually make some music. If you plus y'all yup

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"mish" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"mish" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"mish" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"mish" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"mish" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"mish" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"mish" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"7/10 of 1% 27 37 4 Announce of Stover. The World Health Organization investigation and China found that the coronavirus most likely jump to humans through an animal or frozen wildlife products on the theory that have resulted from a lab leak is quote extremely unlikely. Researchers, meanwhile, are continuing to monitor variants of the Corona virus and how effective vaccines are encountering them. Dr. A. Mish Adalja is senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. He was interviewed this morning on Bloomberg Television and Radio. Lots of different variants have been spun off since the very beginning. It's only a few that have reached kind of the headline status because they change the function of the virus made it more transmissible or made it a little bit more of a problem for for vaccines, but the variance themselves. Just are what we would expect with any virus. The origin is a different issue is trying to understand what the intermediate animal was So for stars, it was the civet cat from Middle East Respiratory syndrome. It's camels. We don't know yet what it is for this virus. The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is supported by Michael R. Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg LP. And Bloomberg Philanthropies. Among some of the Virus vaccine names that we follow finds her shares up 6/10 of 1% by on tech up now by a down by 1.2%. AstraZeneca is up by 6/10 of 1% more donor down now by 4.2%. Johnson and Johnson up by 9/10 of 1% re capping that quit his higher SNP up little changed up now by 1/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellington. That is a Bloomberg business Flash. Carol. We talk a lot about the toll of the pandemic has taken in terms of numbers cases, people.

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"mish" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"mish" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"I do little morning stories. Where i tell you how to set yourself up for the day. What i'm seeing what. I'm hearing And i do it in all different types of scenes from my car to my bathroom in front of my screens to keep it personal. And and so sometimes i look like a horrendous. I have no makeup on. But i don't care the point is is i'm showing a real person and if you do and listen to what i'm saying you can start to learn and the other is to go to all website market gauge dot com. And that is really also where you'll see everything posted in terms of the media clips and the dailies but also you can look at. We have a bunch of free stuff in there And also you can order the book which is on audible by the way rebecca. You can actually listen to the book now if you go to audible dot com excellent. Plant your money tree a guide to growing your wealth. This easily digestible errands. If you like audio on you're still doing commutes. That's a great opportunity for you to listen to it too or if you are more auditory than you are visual and you're an auditory learner. That is another absolutely phenomenal way to to get it. And if you're both listen and learn. I'm going to tell you. This is a great opportunity. I didn't wanna put it down. And i still wanna go back over it and and do some things for me because once you retire and you are then una fixed income. You're looking for different ways to supplement and you wanna do some things that are finding continued to grow. This is another another way. You can do that as well. So i wanna thank you so much for being on the show today because i will tell you i have learned so much and i know that the audience is going to as well and the information that you have provided in the book there is so much so much growth there and so much opportunity not just to you know. Learn and grow the finance internet but there is. There is growth opportunity for careers in education. That you have in your book as well. Yes i i really tried to make it Not intimidating like these trading technical books but also not condescending like some of these wealth books that say live. Blow your means. Save all your money. That's just not realistic. Nobody does that. Yes yes this is definitely very very realistic. So thank you so much for being on the show today and giving out the formation that you have because this is really been. I mean such a joy for me and i know like i said it's going to be for the audience as well. Thank you so much..

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"mish" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"mish" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Anything you hear on the news but not necessarily going to help you be a good investor. No in what you're saying here in it shows it very very clear is the different phases the six different phases. Or if you wanna look at it in terms of cycles and if you do anything in life you can look at the different cycles that there are in harvest and reaping. It's very very common in in different things and your book berry is very clear on how this works and you even go into okay if you wanna learn about how stocks work. There's a way to do this. And i mean this is. It's very broken down on how to digest this very easily. Very it's very palatable. It's not something that's complicated even when you were talking about Clean the this whole renewable energy. Even you break it down to either way there. There's an energy company that will do this and educate you and even possibly potentially have a job or a career out of this. And i don't know too many people Michelle that will do that in giving you a lot of just break things down for you to share that with this is this is a really good how to guy. There is so much that you have in here is. That really is like i said digestible and is so so crucial. The this is really really neat Now with some of the current things that are going on because of the pandemic. And i know that there's a lot of people who were sitting there going. Well how can i invest in this. You do address this in your book but especially now because a lot of people Have been taking out of the market with opportunity to work because a lot of even small businesses have Gone the wayside But there's ways to do this where you can get involved In being able to start a nest egg or being able to start getting finances in a position where you can grow Go ahead i'm sorry. Yeah no talk to us little bit about this. Well let's let's take that down even further. So i i know i talk not just to women but i do have a whole passage to women because i'm very very passionate. Obviously as a woman about trying to help other women realize that they have innate abilities that they don't necessarily become aware of because of their just traditional role. Now i know that's changing with the younger generation. That's great but not completely yet. Yeah so so. I start with something that women understand. That was actually a concept that was put out by peter lynch who was very famous trader for fidelity on..

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"mish" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"mish" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Welcome to rebecca's downs reveille. I am absolutely excited to share today with you as someone who is the director of trading and trading education and research for work age and the host of missions market minute. So this is exciting. Because she's the author of plant your money tree a guide to growing your wealth and she's also the mark 'em author of market market-based bootcamp. How does swings. Uh oh gosh love this. How to swing trade for profit and co author of mortgages complete swing trading system. We're gonna wanna know all this even though today we're going to talk mostly about what we've got going on in here and you're going to want to know what i've discovered because this is something that's going to be very easily digestible to you. She's also the contributor to numerous publications and was voted one of the top fifty people to follow on twitter by dow jones. This is really significant. And she was Also she won the real vision award for the best top best stock pig of twenty eighteen and serves as founder and partner of wizard. Ip and it's a software development company. She also won the look at thority dot com award for writing one of the wealth books of all time. I'm very delighted to know her. Because everything that she has put in here has made a significant difference. In the way. I think about how money is and how you can plant your own wealth here. She's a former member trader of comedy sugar and cocoa as well as more in this market analyst end Oh gosh there's just warter cher all of the things that she has She was just one of the first floor analyst for oh conti commodities. She was a floor broker and then became an independent trader Exclusively for her own account. But there's even more to this and she's gonna even share stuff that i haven't even brought to the table at this point but i wanna bring her to the shown now with us is michelle schneider. Welcome rebecca what an introduction. Actually blushing little bit. I gotta tell you. I'm so excited..

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"mish" Discussed on Michigan Policast

Michigan Policast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"mish" Discussed on Michigan Policast

"I really and you know what. I want to go back to a minute to something else a slot and said about the security of the nation. It's it's especially unstable right just because of what's going on with the president and the cabinet but yet to consider the capitol building was compromised and the level that it was compromised. I mean they got into places where there there are secrets you know if there's intelligence in that building the information that's on the desks or visible or accessible through unlocked computers. I mean if people get people were told if you read mitch's account people knocking on the door saying get out of here now. Some people left without locking their computers. I don't have any idea. Mitch did. I mean that's not what i'm saying. There are pictures out there of these rioters sitting at desks with their smog entitled little faces smiling and showing screens of these unlock computers. Anything that was in the capitol building is compromised and on top of that. We don't even know if people left surveillance equipment or anything else. I don't know what it's gonna take to clean that up to make that area so that you know they sweep for surveillance equipment like god. I don't know anything about that but this is a serious threat. Our risk level as a nation state is even higher now than it has been since the solar winds hack. What are the fascinating stories coming. out of. All of this as they were evacuating the floor of the house of representatives. One of the house clerk's just happened to pick up all of the sealed envelopes containing the electoral vote. Literally those things could have been left behind and been taken over by this insurrection and what we had. Then if we didn't have the official Certified sealed electoral vote count from each of the states before they were officially right into the record. That's one of the minor problems would have been created. Certainly the national security concerns are are just as as high. There's also some internal problems as created from the michigan republican. Party christine that you were talking about with me before we started recording. Absolutely so we mentioned laura cox was not running for re election presumptive successor as ron weiser and he has mish maddock wind up to be his. Co chair now michigan maddock. If you don't know who she is. She's been an activist for a long time. Definitely a trump loyalist she. I think she runs women for trump. but she's the kind of person who would go onto news shows and say. I don't understand why you can get an abortion in this state but i can't go out and buy an american flag right now and you know during the covid shutdowns and whatever. So she's that kind of person so she's lined up to a co chair while here's the thing. Michelle maddock paid for buses to transport people from michigan to that trump rally slash assault on the capitol building sticks. Michiganders were arrested for what they did. There i don't know if they were on the michel maddock bus or not but six people were arrested and at least one of those people was arrested with an unlicensed. Firearm unregistered ammunition. I think it's i think it's called unregistered firearms. People are going to care about the language but most people don't but had ammo. He had a large capacity ammo feeding device. Five people died there one of them. A police officer mishaan mad at shared the video of the mob walking to the capitol saying whose house our house capitals in the background. We'll have the video while. Because i recorded it and she tweeted and said this was the most incredible crowd and see if people i've ever walked with..

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"mish" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"mish" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Doing again what a good conservation officer does. Luckily, he was able to disarm them with their shotgun and they're hunting rifle. And pretty quick order, which probably saved his life. The three suspects ran over the officer within a TV. They left him stranded in the woods for two hours before he was rescued. He's been released from the hospital and is expected to recover. Deputies arrested 45 year old Michael Amalfi and 44 Year old Lazaro million, both of Miami. There's a $5000 reward for the arrest of the third attacker. Corona virus is to blame for 100. More deaths in Florida, According to the Department of Health, the D O H announced over 10,600 new cases There were another 12,700 vaccinations and all told Almost 256,000 people have been vaccinated in the state. Some Tampa Bay seniors can make reservations today to get the covert vaccine starting at nine this morning, and the distribution of 1500 doses will start on Wednesday. In Pinellas County. Reservations can be made starting at noon. The effort to give the vaccine becomes a race against the new, more contagious variant of the virus. Think we have to get the vaccine accelerated because that's really what's going tol US breathing room in the hospitals, but That's going to take some time. So I do think January is going to be one of the more deadly months that we've seen in this pandemic Doctor, a mish adult. Jah is senior scholar of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security says. Until many people can get shots, people have to stay more vigilant than ever about preventing the spread. The red carpet is being rolled out for students today, a Tampa Heights elementary school. The walk will be part of the ceremony this morning to celebrate the reopening after fire destroyed the school three years ago. Back then, the school on Columbia Street was Lee Elementary School. Name has changed, but the superintendent says the building has been restored to its historic beauty. Florida's ban on dog racing means finding the dog's new homes. You bring him into your home. They just they appreciate everything you do. They are brilliant animals, and they make wonderful companions Have Cole, president of Greyhound Pet adoption of Southeast Florida, says his group is working with kennel clubs around the state to get greyhounds adopted racing band comes from a constitutional amendment that voters approved in 2018. And it became law in January, 1st the box and the season 11 and five after beating Atlanta, 44 to 27. But they also wonder whether Mike Evans will be ready to play in this weekend's playoff game. The wide receiver set a record. Is the first who rack up 7 1000 yard seasons in his first seven years in the NFL, But then he injured his knee slipping on wet grass. Quarterback Tom Brady praised Evans and his receiver corps just proud all the guys what they put in this year. And now we're moving into the playoffs and got a great opportunity ahead of us and gotta go try take a bunch of it. Brady also set a record with 40 touchdown passes in his first season after changing teams that's breaking the mark set by Peyton Manning. Playoff matchup is now set. The box will take on the Washington football team Saturday night at 8 15 on the road, even though Washington has a losing record of seven and nine, but Washington did win his division. You can hear the action live on our sister station, 98 Rock. It's 805 and news radio. W F L A global surge and coronavirus cases could be a problem for an oil market recovery. So OPEC is walking a tight rope as the cartel and affiliated countries me to consider whether to increase production. The head of the group says The outlook for the first half of 2021 is mixed. Had meetings today. Shareholders of Fiat Chrysler, the maker of Peugeot cars, Francis P. S a will vote on whether to merge and create the world's fourth biggest automaker. The newly merged company would be called still antis, and they have the capacity to produce almost nine million cars a year behind Volkswagen, Toyota and Renault Nissan the Saint Pete Pierre has landed a travel award as the nation's.

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US will see possible bump in COVID-19 cases after the holidays

Atlanta Living

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

US will see possible bump in COVID-19 cases after the holidays

"Officials are bracing for yet another uptick of corona virus infections and deaths following recent Christmas and New Year's gatherings, Doctor a mish Abdullah. Is a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. We're going to continue to see cases rise. We're already at record hospitalizations and hospitals really can't in a sustainable manner go through day to day worrying about supplies. Staffing ICU beds that all is going to push possible is closer to the breaking point. The latest

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Convicted California Killer David Misch Charged With 1988 Kidnapping, Murder Of Missing 9-Year-Old Michaela Garecht

Mark Thompson

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Convicted California Killer David Misch Charged With 1988 Kidnapping, Murder Of Missing 9-Year-Old Michaela Garecht

"East Bay. Authorities believe they have solved the 1988 kidnapping of nine year old Makayla Garrick. They are charging a convicted murderer 59 year old David Mish, who's also a suspect in to Fremont killings back in the eighties. Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley says Miche will be charged with kidnapping murder with special circumstances is charged with the murder of Makayla. During the course of the kidnapping, the evidence establishes that he was the kidnapper. And that I'm a Kayla's body and Makayla herself have never been seen. Her remains have never been found. Police say A partial palm print matching missions was found on the scooter McCaleb was writing the day

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How to move forward with China

Between The Lines

09:16 min | 3 years ago

How to move forward with China

"To fourteen point list of grievances via the australian media. Second wine joined beef. Bali timber lobster call among our exports that the chinese communist party has imposed tariffs on. And then that tweet. This is the tweet of the posting of a digitally altered of an australian soldier about to slit the throat of an afghan child. The chinese embassy issuing a bellicose statement the rage in roar of some ustralian politicians and media was misreading and reaction. It said to deflect public attention from the horrible atrocities by sickness soldiers and to blame china for the worsening of bilateral ties. So what's going on. He and asha camera respond. Jeff rabi is a former australian ambassador to the people's republic of china and he's author of china's grand strategy and australia's feature in the new global order. That's just been published and it's available in all good bookstores jeff. Welcome back to the show so some great to be back now. I your thoughts about beijing's response to australia in recent weeks so we have that list of the foreign complaints the wind terrace and of course that tweet while a say i up disappointing to see the slights that have been made After the two quite constructive comments at the triumph prime minister a last week quite clearly. The prime minister was Diplomatically signaling That there was a strong wish to start a process of getting back to some sort of more normal relationship between the two countries the product make though it sounds dramatic when you run those three things together the way you have done that certainly not the same thing. And i'm not sure that they're all necessarily coordinated. I mean the fourteen points clearly seems to be freelancing by the embassy on matters that well known and in the public record in any case at a very odd way of putting something out if you leak it to a channel nine television crew that seems to be pretty casual behavior by the embassy then the tariff spo there has been a processing trained for months on the wind tariffs and i do understand that that was the normal process and the strain companies were busily making written submissions as part of that process. And then the tweet The present time it sounds like it's been contrived by the chinese foreign ministry as individual action. it was a tweet that was particularly widely on social media by a now nationalist artist and twitter and the foreign ministry spokesperson on his private twitter account. Pinder to name and so it's philippine. Middle level action doesn't really look to millions of any of these really coordinated broad cross section of the australian people just looking at the y. People who've responded this week is there is outrage and surely win china. does things like. This doesn't make it harder for people like you because you've been an eminent company on this issue for several years now. Hugh watt a bobcar. Pass gas on this program. Of course the former prime minister paul keating. Doesn't it make it hot. A all of you to make the case that al leaders should try to rebuild trust with such a regime yet. I can understand the public outrage especially the media is going into overdrive steer and just as you have said running all these things together as a coordinated action from the state It does make it harder to get sensible constructive discussion going a story about how we deal with these things. I like to find myself in such august company as you outlined. And you might add gareth evans. Many others that to the group as well but it certainly history doesn't help and it's difficult context in which to conduct foreign policy. What we're seeing is what is like to live in the situation with china relationships In a very poor state now. Other people in camera that i see welcome this their peopling camera who have the view that bad relations with china are inevitable. This is the new normal. We should get used to it and lupus it while the questioning myself. And the august company you've being linking me with. Is this the best interest of australia. And it also basic question. Your what has australia down to bring on china's in this way why you think china is picking on again. Picking on is quite pejorative. They're not doing this to other states. Our other key point. And i would phrase that differently tom i would say how is it that astray amongst like minded friends and allies other liberal democracies in the world in the region why's at the trial has become an outlaw and i think that really needs to be part of the public discussion. Isn't the reason. The australia is so over exposed to chinese pressure in beijing. Nosy so the chinese leaders going to inflict pain on australia whenever they can't australia. And not the other like minded way boy more. In other countries we ought to forty percent of our exports to china. No other country has that kind of exposure. I prefer countries in the region. China is by far the largest trading power. I mean that exposure would be the same for korea south korea which is liberal democracy in the region. it would be near that level. For nearly all the countries in the east asian region china is the dominant economic patna of all of the countries in the region and that is just a fact at its reflects. The extent to which china has grown as the dominant economic power in east asia. Alexander downer. The former. Foreign minister says that now's the time to reduce our exposure to china. But what everyone is saying. There's nothing new novel in that. And obviously when people start to realize that we are going to have for a long time a difficult and challenging relationship with china's manage. That's a fairly obvious. Point to make interesting from In addition to being former minister former director of the board of while clay. And very active Proponent in boosting. Australia china trade relations phrase time as soon as minister and i work very closely with him in that and i think we achieved a lot. So why wouldn't you wanna diversify every sensible business. Every sensible company diversifies the port made over and over again on this aspect is that it's going to be very hard. Because of the absolute scale and growth and prosperity of china. You are a foreign policy realist. All gripe house ruthless and that includes chana hardball at every turn and the stronger. China gets the more likely to throw its wide around now to the extent. These realist analysis is correct. How on earth do we solve. this problem. absolutely correct agree with all those points. Another point that needs to be made. And you don't make it much tom. And your pride yourself as being a realist and that is the relationship is asymmetrical that is effect. We need china. More than china needs us. This is not a comfortable place for us to be but it's a place we are. It's a place where we're stack and will remain and so We need to work out how to manage that relationship and we haven't done a particularly good job of a judging by the state rewritten today. So although you express yourself in a different way you essentially gray with the foreign policy realists professor join me shauna regular guest on this program and he argues that his china's power increases its definition of its national interests will grow and then beijing will seek a survey influence in areas on which its future security and prosperity dependent in response. The us will go to great lengths to stop china's rises. It essentially. your argument is well up a poet. I'm a great Admire of joint mish as well. I differ with him on a couple of points but his analysis and arguments have been hugely influential in helping me shape my thinking about these But i put on sphere of influence is. I think that's already happened. I think china is the dominant paranagua this at length in my book in eurasia from the east china sea to also china is the dominant parent. That's happened largely because sanctions against russia poor economic performance by russia Pushback from from europe against russia has meant that brushes had to cede to china's ascendancy in eurasia and so very part of the world. And i think we now live in a world of michigan talks about a world of two great powers with boundary orders and in the question then becomes is some equilibrium at stable between the two. And i believe there is.

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Fyre Festival fraudster produces podcast from prison

podnews

03:34 min | 3 years ago

Fyre Festival fraudster produces podcast from prison

"Google jumped up to number three Google podcasts. So we had said it won't point time. We thought the top three would eventually be apple podcast spotify Google happened a little sooner than I thought Google podcast is now the third biggest podcast APP. Lipton's Rob Walsh unveiling the company's download statistics in the feed. It is though still five times smaller than spotify the number two according to lips in which case sixty two percent of its downloads from the US total downloads to pocket casts dropped below one percent. spotify removed four Cunanan related podcasts after insider contacted the company cure on on as an unfounded conspiracy theory launched yesterday quake is a new subscription podcast company with tune a half million dollars in seed funding. It launches with six exclusive shows and will sell access for four dollars ninety nine a month. Loop media? Has. Speaker. That's S P K R. it's a podcast APP that plays short clips of podcasts to help you discover new ones. They've also announced their own podcast studio. PODCAST movement virtual kicked off yesterday with keynote from Edison research is Tom Webster. He unveiled a slide showing the podcasting share of all audio listening is now the highest ever six percent of all consumption. Fittingly, it was also world statistics day yesterday, second keynote session podcast movement virtual emerging podcast markets across the world panelists, Norman Chela from Malaysia. pod Lovers Asia. podcast pull the Rogo from Kenya who runs the pulse for NHS newsletter and neural net from Spain from the Boutique podcast publisher laycock Lara, music currently in the middle of several productions for Dino audible and others. Todd Cochran and wrote Greenlees news media show will be recorded later today at podcast movement virtual. Be joined by among others sounds profitable 's editor Brian bar letter and poured news is. ME. We've an ice page all about imbedded players for your podcast. All the contacted us with an interesting note if you use the embedded spotify plan, if the listener isn't locked into spotify, that play won't appear within spotify for podcasters just measures locked in users. No worries though for podcast hosts with pass through putsches, most of them, it'll still count they're. And podcast newsroom and the Billy McFarland's the convicted fraudster the fire festival he's been in the Elkton Federal Correctional Institution for the last twenty nine months. But with Jordan Harbinger, he's done a podcast from prison cold dumpster fire promising to set the record straight. The Joe Rogan experience is on pause until at least next week after Jamie Vernon show producer tested positive for covid nineteen nobody else's tested positive and Rogan himself hasn't been in the studio for the past nine days. Guardian Australia has launched in the wait a new podcast series telling the story of the forgotten refugees indefinitely stranded in Indonesia as a result of Australia's border crackdown and case closed has returned for season three focusing on an intriguing crime within the Hamish mish community. In Ohio, it's based on the book a killing in a mish country,

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What's the best mic for podcasting?

The $100 MBA Show

04:59 min | 3 years ago

What's the best mic for podcasting?

"To, kick off his answer to the Cuny Wednesday question. What is the best Mike for podcasting? WanNa start by saying that I've done a ton of research on this topic. I've done a incredible amount of experimentation We've recorded over sixteen hundred episodes of this podcast and every single time record an episode. We try so many different things to improve the quality of the audio of the sound of the edit to continually be professional and compete with professional podcasts. So I'm not going to geek out on giving you all these different types of microphones you can buy on. Ana, give you the summation of what I've learned over the years. Will you really need to know what I would tell somebody if they're getting started with a podcast? Actually going to start somewhere completely different somewhere. The whole thing to do with microphones because you can have a state of the art microphone that costs five hundred dollars plus but it will do you. No. Good. If you're space is awful if we're you record is not a good space as conducive to recording, it doesn't matter what you're going to use to record for example, very court my podcast with a great quality Mike but There's construction going on there's noises dog barking I'm in a room with high. Ceilings and no installation that record is going to sound straight trash. Okay. It doesn't matter that you have a great Mike because your environment is horrible. Good news is that you can easily manager environment and make sure that wherever you record, it's actually conducive to agree recording. So one of the things I highly recommend is your cord either in a walk in closet or closet, the has shelving the bare minimum have your mic on a shelf in a closet and you record into that shelving into the closet. Because your voice is being projected towards the mayank into the closet, and because the shelving is kind of. Confined like into a box, your voice is not going to be bouncing around a lot across the room. It's going to be confined to the closet. This is sort of creating a makeshift soundproofing or sound booth. This is going sound a whole lot better than you just having your Mike at your desk in a big room. The next level up is to actually record in a sound proofing box. This is an actual Foam box has soundproofing that you place your mic inside. And you place that box into a closet or a shelf, and this really makes everything sound like studio quality. It's incredible and your listeners just using a portable soundproof box that you can buy Amazon it's about two hundred dollars, but it's actually worth more than the actual Mike it's actually going to improve the quality of your audio more than the actual. Mike. Itself I actually. Just. Looked it up on Amazon and the one I was thinking of a travel on, which is two hundred dollars. There's actually an alternative one that is in portable, but it's only thirty six bucks. It's called the choice studio sound recording, vocal booth thirty, six dollars. It's basically a box me out of foam where you can place your mic inside and talk right into it. That is going to make a tremendous difference. Now, let's talk about Mike's There are whole much of mine because I can go through but I'm GonNa give you two mikes. One that I would say is absolutely amazing for the price and you can actually use for all your podcasting with that soundproofing for as long as you like, and the second one is going to be if you insist on buying something expensive, this is the one I recommend. So the first one is the Audio Technica eighteen or twenty, one, hundred, it retails for about one hundred bucks on Amazon it's a be an xl are Mike, which is great. That means if it's used. To your computer and record using your recording software right on your computer or they're using quicktime or Daswani, or garage band or whatever using record your audio. Now I mentioned ex- LAR-. It also does acceler excellent actual cable that needs to go into a sound or quarter like a Zumra quarter if you don't own talking about then this is kind of technical and you may want to Google that but if you're interested in recording on your Laptop than you have to get a Mike, this be compatible which is this one, the audio tape, a tr twenty, one, hundred. This is why I think is one of the best Mike's you can buy period for podcasting for a webinars for calls. It's fantastic. It's really really an amazing quality Mike. It's on intellectual mish means that when you speak into the mic picks up your voice and it does its best of not picking up. Anything that's around in the room. So even if somebody's shouting across the hallway, if you're in a different room, it won't pick up

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Aardvarks are Ailing Amidst Heat and Drought

60-Second Science

03:07 min | 3 years ago

Aardvarks are Ailing Amidst Heat and Drought

"The aardvark is a rare animal alphabetically at least whereas the first creature listed in English language dictionaries. And they're usually rarely seen in their African home. But. That's because they're not terminal solitary and live in underground burrows. They're actually fairly common at in recent years there being seen more frequently while that may be fortunate for tourists and wildlife enthusiasts. It's not really good news for the vox themselves. Southern Africa is becoming gradually hotter and dry due to climate change, which is occurring the more rapidly than other parts of the world and I therefore chose to dedicate my PhD. To investigating how climate change affects the artifacts in the hottest and driest habitats in Africa, in which they occur, which is the Hari semi-desert Nora vire from south, Africa's University of the voters Ronde. For more than three years she and her team the activities of a dozen aardvarks in the Kalahari via tiny tracking units they implanted in the animals. aardvarks generally sleep during the heat of the day and emerge during the cooler nighttime hours to eat and termites. But vire found that during a drought, they were likely to be active during the day. The Kalahari is always aerated, but one summer lack of rain caused a big vegetation dial off. And terms disappeared, which made the aardvarks go hungry usually the period of the year during which very little food is available. It's winter. So if you come up during winter, day it's nice and. Wall mish and not too hot during the cold dry winter. A hungry aardvark has trouble regulating body temperature. Stay warm. The survival strategy they evolved is to become more active during the day when it's warmer outside. But virus aardvarks were going hungry during the summer. Their strategy of being active during the day, which is a smart move during the winter became a trap. During the summer they face hunger, heat, stress, and dehydration. The findings are in the journal Frontiers Physiology these energy saving mechanisms that aren't chuck showed not always enough for them to save energy during droughts and several artifacts of our study. Also other artefacts died climate change is expected to bring more frequent droughts and heat waves. So the Kalahari and aardvarks might not be able to cope aardvarks are ecosystem engineers. Their burrows are used by war hogs, porcupines, Muir. Cats, and even by endangered pangolins as shelter from heat and Colt. If aardvarks can't survive a hotter Drier Kalahari Of it mean for the rest of their ecological community. Thanks for the minute

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1st US patient with new virus leaves hospital, is recovering

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

1st US patient with new virus leaves hospital, is recovering

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting the first individual hospitalized in the US with the case of the new corona virus is now home the first U. S. patient diagnosed with the new virus from China is out of the hospital Providence regional Medical Center in Everett Washington has provided the statement to the Associated Press saying the patient a thirty five year old man has left the hospital and he says he's looking forward to life returning to normal the unidentified man fell sick after returning home from China and was admitted to the hospital on January twentieth the man is now Holman isolation where he will be monitored by officials with this the whole mish health district in coordination with the hospital

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3 arrested in botched murder-for-hire plot that targeted wrong victim

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:56 sec | 4 years ago

3 arrested in botched murder-for-hire plot that targeted wrong victim

"Three people are caught in a bizarre murder for hire case in Snohomish county that went horribly wrong. Komo sue Romero tells the suspects who were teenagers at the time apparently killed the wrong person in two thousand seventeen twenty four year old Alicia Canales. Mcguire was shot dead inner sister's home in Everett now police believe her ex brother-in-law thirty one year old Kevin Lewis who's already in prison for assaulting. Her sister is responsible for the plot. A twenty year old male and the seventeen year old female or for paid. By the puck learned commit the murder. Cheery tin with the snow. Mish county sheriff's office says now all three face murder and conspiracy charges was the intended a person to be murdered. And it was just a an unfortunate circumstance that she was outta town in her sister with there watching her kids says they caught. The two after the man from Spokane posted pictures of hundred dollar bills on social media, just after the murder and the girl was bragging about being hired to kill someone in

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