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"new york simon" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Radio 77 w A. B. C. It's Sunday. It's almost 5 17 on January 17th. We're talking about everything that's going on in New York City, Plus what's happening in the capital? And then we're also going to talk about a couple of other things like censorship and how that's continuing to I'm going to say spiral and some interesting stuff on covert 19 that came out this week that I want to share with you guys. But first I wanna check back in with you because again you've got the attorney general suing the police saying that you know, using a fist or your baton or pepper spray, which is a non lethal weapons that you you carry that that is wrong in a riot. You've got naked people accosting people. And citizens getting involved. On the subway platform. You've got women just freaking out at least one woman who freaked out and she stole a mail truck and crashed into a bunch of cars until she was boxed in by the cops. And again. It's an insane video. She's just going back and forth like she doesn't know how to park this big bread truck of a mail truck. Really, really interesting stuff. All of that stuff happening. I want to hear your thoughts, AOC says. We don't really support police. Everybody is as a fraud. Let's go Toe Joe in the Bronx. Joe, what's on your mind? Well, I'll tell you, there is definitely something palpable and something that's actually credible with regard to the idea that police used excessive force into a lot of illegal things that they're not supposed to think that's the question on the table. I think the question was. Should we be suing NYPD for the way that they handled the riots? Yes, And I'll tell you why. And so far is that every year, New York City spends roughly about $250 million in lawsuits, elements brought about that police criminality. You multiply that by four years, you've got a billion dollars. That's 1/5 of the NYPD budget, all coming out of taxpayer's pockets. Now again, the reason why the police use force with impunity is two fold number one. Prosecutors don't think police are using force with impunity. I think police are using force with qualified immunity. With guidelines that are set forth every cop that I know has been trained in the use of force, and there's guidelines so I mean, oftentimes when somebody settles a suit, it's because we want to make it go away. We don't want to spend the time on litigation. You don't want to sit there and have this thing drag out in the court of public opinion with people alleging and alleging and alleging, saying, this and saying that saying all these other things Which may not even be true. So rather than you know, prolong something that could be a lengthy court process. They say. You know what? What's it going to cost to shut you? What? This is a very common practice. Both the city does it. Both private industry does it. So I don't think using that, as an example is really an effective way or an effective argument to say that this is really Ah, pervasive problem in the city, and I could tell you I'm in the city. No, Nobody's being brutal to me in the interactions that I've had with the police, but everybody has their own opinion. Thanks, Joe. Let's go to Jimmy and Brooklyn. Jimmy, What's going on? Brother? Yeah, the last caller. I've been in a lot of protest. I've seen what people do. I've seen what people would spit. This was years ago, spit in that cop's face, and nobody takes a picture of that. But if the cop pushes or hits or defend themselves, they take a picture of that. And then the left wing in our government gives money to the agitators who did this? It's like a business. People get paid for the crimes and operations they do against the police. Occasionally, police could get mad and maybe overreact, but they're human. And I've left. I was out of a was pro testing with some Cuban friends against the Castro thing going on in one of our schools here and this sweet little old ladies, we had the place. That place is full of cops because we called it in that there's gonna be trouble there. Little old sweet lady with a cane comes walking by very old. She gets near me. She jams the cane down on my toe. Almost it hurt like hell believe put my hands up to push because the first reaction is to push away where you're getting hurt, and I didn't do it because she wanted me to push her and knock her down. Yeah, looking for that photo up. That's what they do Cops to beat me up. And then they're victims of the right wing. This whole thing about the right wing. This is all common it with what l C is talking. It's straight out of the Communist books for 60 years. I have word 70 years worth the communist writing, you know, and I think I think That I wish you were wrong. But I think you're right. I think you know when I look this morning, I looked at some books that I had and moved them over to the side. And I found an old copy of rules for radicals by solid Lynskey. This was a book given to me by a known boss of mine, James O'Keefe. And everybody at project Veritas had to read rules for radicals because we needed to understand how those that we were looking into to get investigative, Um, films on We're thinking and to understand their process. We had Tiuna. It's kind of like reading the art of war. Kind of like Trump's book, The Art of the Deal where you Just look at this stuff so that you have an understanding of it till you understand. How they use These Hague alien concepts and they just bring them forward. You know, creating a problem so that they can anticipate the reaction and then provide the solution. As if there's some sort of hero. You know, it's like I'm gonna trip and then I'm gonna grab a look. I saved the day. That's how they work. And nobody knows it better than you, Jimmy. Thank you for your call. Let's go to Terry in Westchester. Terry, what's on your mind, brother? Hi. How are you? I'm doing great. Nothing else had said When I say we find the police believe it for me, please. But then we'll go ahead with a capital s. Uh, you could she feared for her mouth and that's talking about the police. Well, you know what? I tried to say that when they know why they're competing in New York City, only the records out, Terry, It's really tough to hear you. I'm sorry. It sounds like you're doing deep sea diving here, but I appreciate your sentiment, and I heard the first couple of words If you get a better connection, try us back and I guess let's go to Simon and upstate New York. Simon, What's on your mind? Yeah, I think that a great idea would be to have an open dialogue. Do you say it's closed right now? I'm sorry. Do you think the dialogue is closed right now? Is that a monologue? Well, every time I see any two people getting into their conversation, it just keeps on just, you know, exploded. It isn't that open..
"new york simon" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"National League MVP a tad time All Star in a four time gold Glover, Kathy Steve Garvey. Girl gets the baseball question, Jane? Yes, saying that his rights you want you want Go one more time. All right here around the clock. One Foreign. August 24th 1950 in Brooklyn, New York, Simon Garfunkel. Simon Garfunkel and 54. We're going to take you out on a bridge over troubled water without Simon and Garfunkel. There, There's two people be Neil Simon and Art Garfunkel. Ozyurt would not be Neil Simon OAS Now here. You want your cat? You can't even stop laughing back there all Simon, Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, Simon and Garfunkel be a proper answer anyway. No, okay. First clue again, please time run out the clock Clue. Number one Born August 24th 1958, Brooklyn, New York raised in Queens. You know, I was gonna answer. Thank you. Never go to number two went to high school. I'm Long Island but attended summer program at Juilliard. Oh, I know what it is now. Clue. Number three dropped out of college after a year moved to Cali to pursue acting. Clue. Number four, was one of the busiest actors of the eighties and early nineties starring in some iconic films. No. Can't be firm. A man 26 50, number five. I think there's only five clues here. Let me see like visitors. Read number 5123 for only five clues here. That's it. No. Here comes clue. Number five means the last clue. By the way, this one number five. Perhaps you remember.
"new york simon" Discussed on Open A Fucking Book
"He see Douglas was not in the writing vein and this new venture gave him an interest and stimulating company but as the resident genius and brand named and Apple likely to come in as strategic partners, which they did and nineteen ninety-six plus some serious TV experience and general management knows from Robbie td looked a good bet. But what would the company actually do? The goal to quote from the business plan was the creation of global online consumer transaction business, which will exist on the World Wide Web addicts successor it will sell interact entertainment information experiences to a worldwide audience. Nice. Yeah. So Bullshit Bullshit Bullshit Bullshit Bullshit right. There is a misconception that the company would be mainly a vehicle for Douglas's talents but although his presence was essential, t devi was always planned to be much broader than that. It was one of the new generations of multimedia organizations being made possible by new technology. There were to be three planks on which t t t would rest I the hitchhiker's guide h two, G two, a guide to the earth. In this case, not the galaxy would be created as a next generation Internet service, a huge living miscellany of useful information and opinion offering its users much more than a directory or a search engine. Semi detached source of cool information or a portal of out to the world wide. Web The idea was that it would become something innovative and altogether warmer by providing society and fostering a sense of personal belong. Community is an overused word but h two g two with its lesions of passionate fans stood a good chance of becoming one of the first virtual communities with truly cross cultural and international nature. The second. There was starship titanic a massive cd-rom game, staggering visual panache and narrative complexity for which Robbie had closed a co-production venture with Peter. Eunuch at Simon and Schuster interactive in New York. Simon, and shuster would put up the money which was originally budgeted budgeted at over two million dollars. This some was immediately negotiated downward in a typical corporate reflects that cost td visa problems from the onset. TV would create and manage the project and had a fifty percent share of revenues. A linked website would provide further extensions of the brand. Finally, Td Visa Plan to develop a second multimedia brand..
"new york simon" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Questions and it's a really good question we answered right here on the show and like every week I'll get some pretty good questions and help with the questions today we have a man in the studio Mr Dan Irving but we got some great questions on the mail back today our first question is from Felix in Madison New Jersey Felix says Bob do you think the current market has priced in trade tensions between the US and China I think it did last year if not what's your market view regarding this risk factor do you believe trade tensions will get escalated before the election well if Felix absolutely but here's the thing all concerns are what they are there concerns not certainties and they're always already priced in the market now which if you know about it we're talking about right now market's been thinking about it for months now so one of these we have to learn Ryan this is always going forward is no one can predict was unpredictable no one can know what's unknowable and it's not the risk that you are aware of this risk that you're not aware of it really come back to bite when you're investing so trying to invest based on anticipation right how often is that ever work out very bad strategy Bob's very bad strategy so what do you have to do right we follow a process driven approach this way whatever volatilities caused by U. S. China with the election or any other concern you might have right now you're in a position to take advantage of it that's why well diversified well thought out process driven strategy trump's anything you come up with on your own yeah that's right because no matter what happens you're gonna be able to take advantage of it so you don't want to make an all or none decision about what's going to happen with the elections are China last year was a perfect example of that we had huge trade tension with China and the market was up over thirty percent so you have to be really really careful because the news is going to pick the next you know big thing to be worried about if it bleeds it leads and right now it's a pandemic it's been the protest that's going to move to China it's gonna move to the election it's just give you one thing after the other so your strategy has to be based on your goals not the next event that's going to happen because there's always going to be in a band yeah right you always tell me there's two things you only have to think about every day next the markets are going to open and operate and time's gonna pass neither cares how you feel or thing thank you Felix for writing in our next question is from Simon in Roslyn New York Simon says Ryan I have whiplash from watching the market for the last few months what can I invest and that won't be so volatile I didn't notice the market's been going up and down okay bad joke yes I think we all have a little bit of whipsaw with where the market's going up or down and only to believer the point this is the point diversification because the reality of it is if you had a high quality portfolio Barnes and you had your money spread out over a lot of different investments you know everything from growth stocks like Microsoft apple all the ones that did really well to things like energy stocks which have actually had the biggest move since the market bottom you're never going to be way up or down and that's kind of the point at that all weather portfolio is you got to be prepared for anything so it sounds it to me with your portfolio Felix is you don't have your money spread out enough because you shouldn't feel that amplification of the markets up or down if you're better diversified you know right so true I mean there's no such thing as a riskless investment right or better yet there's no such thing as a high return with no risk which is what a lot of these charlatans you talked about earlier like the cell you know on TV on the radio yeah I think the important thing here is that we can't predict the future I wish I could yeah I was joking beyond my yacht Bob I invite you to you can hang out with me but you can control your risk we can know with a lot of certainty how much volatility your portfolio can potentially happen so even though the market sold off a big win the pandemic kit for our clients we knew pretty well how their portfolios were gonna hold up ahead of time so I think it's important put your portfolio under that stress test and based on history you know it doesn't repeat but it does rhyme we can tell you with a lot of accuracy moving forward what your risks really are because once you know the market goes down and all deadlines happens you've already missed the opportunity so you need to know those things now and that's something we can actually help you with which of a box is X. ray vision but we have tools we can use to determine the risk level in your portfolio no not the one benefit ride being in the industry for so long as I besides the fact that I have nothing but great hair and lots of that's going to show my stomach lining charm to the Bob what's nice choice yes thank right pre shake that you know when your little prejudice but when you think about it you know that your asset allocation that you determined by your own process strategy right by your own unique circumstances you know you're right discusses a lot never second guess your asset allocation the markets always right don't try and help thank you just follow the discipline once you have that strategy in place so Ryan a question for you you know the mail but I had some really good questions I got a question for you on a scale of one to ten in terms of being financially organized where would you put Felix and Simon well Bob I think you've got a long way to go it sounds like Felix is thinking too much about current events not a much about his goals and Simon doesn't suck as a strategy that's diversified enough to weather the volatility right now I'm gonna give them both a hard three they got a lot of planning to do well these are emailing us good questions and thinking about it so let me ask you all a question on a scale of one to ten in terms of the incident should organize how would Ryan rank you would you be at ten your spouse give it ten would you give yourself a ten and if not why would you want to be a ten so.
"new york simon" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Questions and it's a really good question we answered right here on the show and like every week I'll get some pretty good questions and help with the questions today we have a man in the studio Mr Dan Irving but we got some great questions on the mail back today our first question is from Felix in Madison New Jersey Felix says Bob do you think the current market has priced in trade tensions between the US and China I think it did last year if not what's your market view regarding this risk factor do you believe trade tensions will get escalated before the election well a Felix absolutely but here's the thing all concerns are what they are there concerns not certainties and they're always already priced in the market now which if you know about it we're talking about right now markets in thinking about it for months now so one of these we have to learn Ryan this is always going forward is no one can predict was unpredictable no one can know what's unknowable and it's not the risk that you are aware of this risk that you're not aware of it really come back to bite when you're investing so trying to invest based on anticipation right how often that ever work out very bad strategy Bob's very bad strategy so what you have to do right we follow a process driven approach this way whatever volatilities caused by U. S. China with the election or any other concern you might have right now you're in a position to take advantage of it that's why well diversified well thought out process driven strategy trump's anything you come up with on your own yeah that's right because no matter what happens you're gonna be able to take advantage of it so you don't want to make an all or none decision about what's gonna happen with the elections are China last year was a perfect example of that we had huge trade tension with China and the market was up over thirty percent so you have to be really really careful because the news is going to pick the next no big thing to be worried about if it bleeds it leads and right now it's a pandemic it's been the protest that's going to move to China it's gonna move to the election it's just give me one thing after the other strategists we based on your goals not the next event that's going to happen because there's always going to be our back yeah right you always tell me there's two things you only have to think about every day next the markets are going to open and operate and time's gonna pass neither cares how you feel or thing thank you Felix for writing in our next question is from Simon in Roslyn New York Simon says Ryan I have whiplash from watching the market for the last few months what can I invest and that won't be so volatile I didn't notice the market's been going up and down okay bad joke yes I think we all have a little bit of whipsaw with where the market's going up or down and unlike the believer the point this is the point diversification because the reality of it is if you had a high quality portfolio Barnes and you had your money spread out over a lot of different investments you know everything from growth stocks like Microsoft apple all the ones that did really well to things like energy stocks have actually had the biggest move since the market bottom you're never going to be way up or down and that's kind of the point is that all weather portfolio is you got to be prepared for anything so it sounds like to me with your portfolio Felix is you don't have your money spread out enough because you shouldn't feel that amplification of the markets up or down if you're better diversified you know right so true I mean there's no such thing as a riskless investment right or better yet there's no such thing as a high return with no risk which is what a lot of the Charlotte and you talked about earlier like the cell you know on TV on the radio yeah I think the important thing here is that we can't predict the future I wish I could I was joking beyond my yacht Bob I invite you to you can hang out with me but you can control your risk we can know with a lot of certainty how much volatility your portfolio contentiously happy so even though the market sold off a big win the pandemic cat for our clients we knew pretty well how their portfolios were gonna hold up ahead of time so I think it's important put your portfolio under that stress test and based on history you know it doesn't repeat but it does rhyme we can tell you with a lot of accuracy moving forward what your risks really are because once you know the market goes down and all dead limbs happens you've already missed the opportunity so you need to know those things now and that's something we can actually help you with which of a box is X. ray vision but we have tools we can use to determine the risk level in your portfolio you know the one benefit ride being in the industry for so long as I besides the fact that I have nothing but great hair and lots of that's going to show my stomach lining charm to the Bob what's nice choice right pre shake that you know when your little prejudice but when you think about it you know that your asset allocation that you determined by your own process strategy right by your own unique circumstances you know you might discuss this a lot never second guess your asset allocation the markets always right don't try and help thank you just follow the discipline once you have that strategy in place so my other question for you you know the mailbag has some really good questions I got a question for you on a scale of one to ten in terms of being financially organized where would you put Felix and Simon well Bob I think we got a long way to go it sounds like Felix is thinking too much about current events not a much about his goals and Simon doesn't suck as a strategy that's diversified enough to weather the volatility right now I'm gonna give them both a hard three they got a lot of planning to do while he's there emailing us good questions and thinking about it so let me ask you all a question on a scale of one to ten in terms of the incident should organize how would Ryan rank you would you be at ten your spouse give it ten would you give yourself a ten and if not why would you want to be a ten so.
"new york simon" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
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"new york simon" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Add extra sports thirteen hundred on Twitter Instagram and Facebook well man those wings are good when Wednesday I don't know what we're doing tomorrow nobody else is ever had wing Wednesday right maybe somebody did but I came up with wings day I think that's that's different that's our little spin on may eleventh sorry about the wings sorry your microphone working either another now and we're glad to have you it's like you're here with us final results of the poll question Polly do you have that yes well the Tampa Buccaneers be contenders with a simple or pick up we just had our contenders okay fifty percent say they're gonna content or something okay they're going to contend for a playoff spot I don't want to set the expectation level too high for my Tampa Bay Buccaneers all right the ed Orgeron was on the rich Eisen show and he talked about Joe burrow his quarterback in who he reminded him of his style of play here is add on the rich Eisen show you'll have the fortune the intangibles but it takes to be a championship quarterback what I watch the patriots play about three dollar bridge over by a lot of well I don't know Tom Brady personally but I would assume that Joel as some of the stories that he has the U. Kerr Mercer quarterback why go back to Rick Neuheisel and how long ago was it when Neuheisel came on the show and I said what do you see when you see Joe burrow he said I see more athletic Tom Brady and at the time I went old boy that's a little early to Rev up the hype machine but he certainly lived up to those expectations bangles venture money the last couple days and I don't know how good they're going to be and then you franchise AJ green poor AJ green your thought and you know maybe with you know this service that you've provided with the bangles that maybe they let you go but then they franchise tag him in Joe's gotta have somebody to throw to you got Joe Mixon and then you got a J. green there I also like the mayor of buffalo Byron brown he's my new favorite politician he had this to say to the Buffalo Bills fans on the news that Tom Brady's not coming back to New England for those of you that want to celebrate Tom Brady leaving the New England Patriots and hopefully leaving the AFC east there are no mass gatherings celebrate responsibly right at home and with less than ten people and that's just practicing safe celebration right there Mattis that's great I love that that's so much fun there is that something like the patriots are like twenty five and three against buffalo since two thousand six that is just misery it's just a fluke that they have their number he won twenty five of twenty eight did we tracked down the Walmart commercial that we did yes this is from off five years ago and ran once on NBC during a Thursday night football stressed L. little gift giving season I need some help come on TV that's easy easy okay what I find a twelve foot enclosed round trampoline Walmart I get a cell gaming laptop Walmart are nice but how about a Star Wars millennium falcon Walmart okay smart because I'm thinking of a cozy and festive Garmin I get healthy adults sleep one Walmart has it and free shipping to the store plus new deals this is Dan Patrick's number one got it when did you guys get so confidence and can we buy this stuff right now Hey we've got a lot of free time into Walmart cyber week starts tonight there you go bud now you can focus on the things that really matter my hair it was good you know what we ate that was not what the commercial was when it was presented to us that's for sure yeah it was like can we take this apart can we disassemble and assemble it we re scripted that we we freshened up is we like St Hollywood we freshen up the whole so brutal you're good payment up near a good one couple meet Friday songs here and I'll do a distance sports history Ryan in Honolulu with his meat price on she was yes and Friday fans of the donation of you're right it's not about so in Honolulu he's one of the founding fathers of meet Friday so right yeah we appreciate that do you want me to sneak in one more here yeah let's do it going to work in New York hello fruit seems to have come to talk with you because the deacons softly left its mark will you sleep in no really subject to change can this within the coal a sign then interesting streams Todd slept alone god one guest was on the phone Polly's kidding because which market in New York Simon and Garfunkel time time would you learn on the profiling you think the box of a better shot at reaching the Super Bowl the New England Patriots what did you learn falling Frederick Arthur lord Stanley Preston bought the trophy presented the hockey champion Canada in eighteen ninety two became the Stanley Cup or the family seat what did.
"new york simon" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"The fed lowered the lending rate tell us about that and what it means in essence for everyday people. all they lowered it a quarter of a point but the fed was a split vote on this the most divided said in history seven voted for rate cuts three were against it adamantly the the the same seven members are saying that another rate cut of a quarter point is going to happen this year but the CNBC poll shows that there's a fifty percent percent chance of a rate cut in October and another one seventy two percent rent chance the rate cut in December what this means is interest rates are going to get lower so if you're buying a home or purchasing some fixed rate items typically a home you're going to get a lower rate on your mortgage so it's going to benefit some stimulus the flip side of it is still down tremendously negative because there might be doing a quantitative easing become Powell even came out and said it's possible on that we needed to resume the you're going organic growth of the balance sheet earlier than we thought so he's insinuating quantitative easing is coming well I not just coming then the fed in Jackson money into the system last week. some people say it's Q. aegis hidden term and I said on your program a year ago watch the fed is going to do Q. E. four they just might not call it that and some economists are saying completely this is a quantitative easing what it is is you know if you remember back in two thousand eight the credit markets seized up and so the fed have inject money in the system and it said that through thing called the repo market to they repossessed treasuries and mortgage backed securities from the big banks overnight to provide instant liquidity so we came really close to two thousand eight all again last week this is severity of this and so what happened there's a crack in the financial markets money stopped flowing in the fed injected on Tuesday fifty three billion dollars they did it again on Wednesday seventy five billion dollars there's been a total of of almost blew over two hundred billion dollars injection the system last week so and rates soared from two and a quarter to four point seven five percent so this is the financial challenge that we're having in the fed is you know probably going to launch another Q. he's not a matter of if but more women and we saw this happening in the actually want to set up a repo company within the fed up I'm a reporter silly they're talking about so they got to do something and so we'll find out what that actually is here in the coming weeks well every time I hear about the fed with plans like this it makes me nervous I think they're too powerful already I'd like to see them dial down a notch or two but you're saying you're officially on the record you're saying you do think it's an issue of when not if a quantitative easing four takes place. I'm on the record for that and here's some other people that are much more insight this than I am the head of the market group at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Simon potter last week said quote the fed may have to expand the central bank she throughout outright purchases of US treasury securities to enable liquidity as conditions at the end of the quarter will be needed after years and and quote and then also JP Morgan Goldman Sachs Barclays bank bank of America all said that we're going to have a quandary easing for Goldman Sachs said the fifteen billion dollars a month a hundred fifty billion dollars toll increasing the balance sheet bank of America says they have to do this is the long term solution Barkley said something similar and we are seeing that this is going to push the central bank she'd much higher in the Morgan said the fed may need to start the open market operations sooner rather than later so it is coming the big banks are saying we're on the doorstep of this as well and the one thing that's guaranteed one Q. we kick sand is that the value of the dollar goes down is that correct the value of the dollar goes down usually it supports the indexes in stocks bonds mutual funds it causes them to go up usually a gold is the number one asset in this environment gold rallied fifty percent a whole bunch but the troubling factors all this does is make money cheat and the bank of international settlements is put out a warning here last week that financial disaster is a minute us seventeen trillion dollars of the global negative interest rates and David Rosenberg is a global economist said today there's a hundred percent chance of recession next twelve months old this is were on the the cost this of everything I've been talking about now we have the fed confirming this with their actions and also the Big Bang. you're saying it's coming gold is the place to put get some money to take advantage of upward tick single yeah well and the the so the reason I ask that last questions because every time the dollar gets weaker gold gets stronger so friends if you're hearing this and you're saying but wait a minute I've got you know my my retirement is mostly cash or paper now is a great time before that Q. E. four hits to transfer into tangible commodities that that won't that will gain in value as opposed to lowering their value which the dollar in paper currency well it's just it's just a natural common sense thing and I don't trust anybody on that transaction the way I trust landmark gold eight four four six oh four two five seven five the coming bail in is there free white paper their new newsletter gold is it to now a golden opportunity you get these papers gets yourself caught up on facts and then.
"new york simon" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Line seventy the answer live from New York New York Simon constable the financial commentator and author of the book the Wall Street journal god aid to the fifty economic indicators that really matter from big macs zombie banks the indicated smart investors watch to beat the market Simon welcome back to the show my friend how you doing I'm sorry if I'm not sure there we go eight seven were you you in the UK now I'm in I'm in the UK I'm in the UK and actually look at all the sun is shining today nope it's not normal no but if I lived we are and I get to talk to you too so what could I possibly complain about how we so it is a pretty excited about the new prime minister and the changes and breaks it with with just a before we get into the finance of it all aside with the feeling on on the bridge these days it depends what it the way this like a sort of slightly Sokolow version of what's happening in America the wanted to fight but what a delight in America the last of the right and that this seems to be little about little in the middle it's similar to that here is a lot of people said Hey we voted for brexit let's go we don't really have yeah yeah that happens and a lot of people saying no no no no no we we do yeah we we don't want to go Scotland where I am it's much more pro staying in the E. U. banned much of England but there's a lot of fights since a lot of people who you know rates good point spread bets are not hearing each other so you know I try not to I try not to get into it too much because well the like getting into politics in America can have people screaming at each other in a moment when you yeah I need to relax somehow I know that's the that's the mantra of this program side of things to say that man role in this together no matter where you're from you know yeah and this is the stock market roller coaster ride assignment is that is that because of the terrorist you think it's a lot to do with the tax yes so with the terrorists just to remind everyone alright next on US consumers so the US terrorist attacks on US consumers the Chinese Paris on American goods are attacks on Chinese consumers Americans far richer and yeah are more important economy but it is not a good thing to put taxes on consumption if you want the economy to grow more strongly I'm and that's a lot of what's going on with the two largest economies in the world the US and China and a lot of other countries depend on the strength of that weight will Asian ship between the US and China so big deal and it will be good if this could get resolved possible eighty oak well you know China and the US come to some sort of agreement and some sort of change that would make both sides happy would be ready but however every war of a problem else what with all the banks so you go home Kong the the protests in Hong Kong and I I don't know what coverage out getting in the US but it it it should be getting a law this pro democracy movement that and and the Chinese government will be covered one the more closely you have and I'm like for the last thirty years as a quid pro quo will give you growth and a lot about a life but don't ask for personal freedoms like you might get in America or Britain or Europe and now the Hong Kong people I've had enough and I think the tendency is very bad and investors will be free we are a little bit but I think it's going to get far worse because I think the Chinese government will make a places or quash this rebellion and then there's one more thing it gets the guestbook Florida it's a sunny day yeah yeah we we wanna be real right on the ramp the tension between Iran and the U. S. and also Britain now are running very high the sanctions you know really pretty on to Iran that it's hosting better call me the economy was in bad shape anyway and now it's in worse shape and you you see all this publication for me ran against western ships in this critical movies which is what the hold up well comes out so and you know Britain sending ships lab would have great warships not not many America because no one had with my name's Monika and but those tensions all are not good yeah thank you the US armed it's been actually quite quite restrained I think considering what's been Simon Simon constable sorry sorry to beat up the gore about no no it's it's it's curious to see what's happened what why this is going on I'm wondering who can last longer to trade wars Simon America or China you know well I think I can because it's it's not the workers say so you come to the complaint right yeah thank you can you can you can you can call the whether the government to account you can say Mister the bloody hell you're doing a great job all the pump you know doing great job all you know because you have to also George W. bush whoever did you can you can talk to my house dot com happen it and in China that's cool because it's a it's a dictatorship but your rates up the court tell me nothing but it's basically the pet shop so I think China can but Americans which so I just think the people I think my mereka once again I'm with big election with yeah yeah yeah I mean and then in business you know it's I mean I know the president has a nice relationship with president Gee and I know president she's a kind of a mail like figure these days but I wonder if they are if president trump doesn't have something in his hip pocket that is in a way closer to the election and then he's going to resolve all this and it's gonna each of the stock market up and everything will be SO celebrate Tory in that regard I mean do you think that could be happening within the White House one hopes yes and he is among usual negotiate I eat the restaurant like a traditional politician and that's why he was elected because he isn't a traditional politician but remember that but the US people have said for years and years yeah we won't change one change and either actually come up with the change and guess what it's different so yes he may be called a lot of chaos and then get to a better place in the end let's hope that I'm I hope that everybody hopes that and but I will lay should ship is going to be like or a member number walled lake and have that charming relationship with so many people Gorbachev yeah the archenemy yeah yeah yeah is that so shop so it's so true Hey what about this to be probably the ego semi comfortable with us in on this is it me or a lot of financial pundits a ninety says a couple wise guy comedians and are almost seem like they're giddy over the prospect of a recession I mean are you hearing that sign I do see a bit about that I don't think the recession you know it is is eminent yeah we would warm I don't think it's imminent I mean you could say yeah right well guess what but I I I feel like lead on other people's projects right other people were yeah well said make me happy yeah yeah yeah make anyone else happy that because it's not you know if you don't like what's on he wants up order session but other people well and yeah by the gods yeah amen and also all of this that's happening now the ups and the downs and it's ours is this good news for gold yes gold is doing so spectacularly well and looks like it will continue to do spectacularly well the buying of dollars of gold it isn't just you know take a trade could run behind bars of the stock is growing up hugely people us mapping the stuff up in a big way and it's not just individuals it's not just in the future yeah it's the two of them and central banks in other parts of the world it's basically a a barometer of anxiety member of parliament for your grandparents have a war hello that big box yeah people are feeling anxious when it's going higher and the growing high up big time so yeah that is designed to go gold is Simon constable you check out the book of the Wall Street journal guide to the fifty economic indicators that really mattered financial commentator and author of that great book Simon I always always great here from you my friend and no matter how bad the economy might be yet with your accent it always sounds better you know I always like that it was great hearing your voice and I love the middle ground ground it's good we're trying my brother thank you god bless and all the very best time to come back to it please thank you Sir thank you Simon constable right there six fifty one with Joe on the radio I don't know man I got my Jersey do you like I said after that a lot the English accent always as better debut that I love that accent for all you know and please use the link yeah yeah yeah if you think you have to have a ball through kindly gather us the bathroom I'm going to get through what what the trunk lid in the bag that you are going to be a company right yeah I love that I love all the different we love you Debbie Debbie gave out there and what you driving for at six fifty one AM that that would be the answer yeah I see a problem at the ed Koch fifty ninth street bridge.
"new york simon" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Than I do. And I'm on the air. I think sometimes you're more interesting price. Well, we were talking about Joe Bartlett had this report annoying slang words today. Goat greatest of all time is Gucci chill hadn't heard. And so we looked it up. And that's that's kind of a cool one. You know, if I say how you doing today is of saying good. I'm doing fine. You say, gee. I'm a person. Yeah. I'm chill. I'm cool. I'm awesome bay. They is. Boyfriend. I was trying to remember. This slang words from my era. I Blaine our associate producer and Tony our sound guy. And we came up with can you dig it? Yeah. Psyched psych or? Yeah. Say goodnight. John. Boy. Remember that one not the Waltons? Oh, yeah. The skin skinny what's the what's the skinny really your, mama. Cheese eater. Remember cheesy chill keep on truckin? Keep on truckin. Yeah. Hey, good. Looking what you got cooking. No that's not one from the thirties. I think. Your mama lend. You know, what I don't think I was ever. First of all my my goal when I was doing sports for hundred years was never to use a cliche or slang. Yes. In fact, I remember there was a piece written about you in the New York Times right where they praised your straightforward robust, very clean way of writing. I just never liked, you know, for example, ESPN came along and saying someone in a home run the good. He went yard that gave me the creeps either. You don't do. What do you do yard you? You know, you more you'll want if you want to do yard. But you know, that's not a home run to me. So I I just never got into. So I just never used cliches I never ever used them. I just thought they were silly. So, you know, some of these things you're saying, I don't think I ever used in in regular talk. No, well, I can't imagine you went on the air and said, your momma your momma. Checks carbon. Heartbeat but celebrating forty five years. I know on the air force. He's still looks the same though checks good from the eighties. I remember seeing him in the eighties eighties. I remember the seventy s in Boston. He was in Boston. When I was in Boston, we weren't at the same station. But you look a little different these days. But Chuck doesn't see forty five years. I've been on the air forty but not on straight through on television. No, I remember you to with wide lapels. Well, that was the style. And I used to say groovy and Neto. No, you didn't know you never groovy. Schaaf of the corner and ruby. Oh, boy psych. Give me some skin. No truck didn't Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Did you say stuff like that? Never. I'm shocked. You knew who Kareem Abdul-Jabbar everyone knows who that it was a great football player. By meant any played at what high school here in New York, Simon and his name was what before it was. Groomed. Eligible Alfred b Smith. His name Lew Alcindor he played a power memorial. And if you saw the footage was hilarious because he was the seven foot string bead black guy and his teammates were like four foot five white guys. The funniest footage. You ever saw what he played a power memorial? All right. So lawmakers are close to a deal to ban single use. Yeah. Elastic bags throughout the state, and they're considering a five cent fee on paper bags so they're going to get your. I mean going I don't know what you know. I actually do shopping once a week. I don't know what I'd do without those plastic bags. I mean, I just lo- load up on it without eating. I try to use the the paper bag, but I'm not gonna use it. If they charge nNcholas HR, you're not gonna use it. Now, I guess you have to bring your own reusable totes. I'm guy. I don't wanna do that. I was I whenever I leave my house that I mean to take a bag to go to the farmers market. I always forget to take it. So then I come home at ten plastic bags everything in a ban, and you're gonna you're gonna have this spring for the nickel. Why is everybody banning everything all the time around here? And why would they charge five cents for the paper bag? Yeah. The paper is want you to use them at all. They want me to carry everything in my arms wanting to bring in usable. I have thousands of them in the back of my trunk at all times reusable. Yes. Yeah. Because I use them at the supermarket. Okay. I don't use the bags of unless I absolutely forgot. But I usually try to put them in the back of my car and have them, but those those bags kinda gamey I land up, you know, every few months sometimes. Well, the problem. I I well, I also they they can get like Roach eggs and stuff collect up in the bags. Yeah. What what are you talking about? Roaches like to crawl into those kind of bags that people like you like to use an lay their eggs there. Bad and they should ban those reusable bags. Harry, everything out your gas. Right. If you get a canvas bag you can wash it. I slaughter. Well, you know, what I discovered in my refrigerator an enormous snail because it was I had bought a turnip at the farmer's market though. You're having escargot. No, I bought a turn up at the farmer farmers market, and this huge snails on it even know about and the snail crawled off the tournament onto an apple that I was about to eat. So your girlfriend said bring me tulips and you brought a turnips. Really did. Well, there's not really there was a slug. It was like this big slug the size of my finger. The apple I washed it off. Oh, the slug to fossil olive oil slug. Hey. It's getting the attention the bags. I think the robocall thing is huge..