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US wholesale prices rose record 8.6% over 12 months

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

US wholesale prices rose record 8.6% over 12 months

"You're paying more for things you buy and services to you've probably noticed higher prices for food furniture cars trucks energy and other things to Americans keep buying things but the pandemic has snarled supply chains and demand is outstripping supply so get ready for a record shattering number the jump in inflation at the wholesale level this year eight point six percent over twelve months that's the biggest jump since they started calculating the twelve month change in twenty ten one expert says the broken supply chains could keep prices of items and inflation hi longer than expected I'm Rita folate

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Moms Across the US Are Standing Up to Reclaim Truth and Freedom

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:05 min | 3 d ago

Moms Across the US Are Standing Up to Reclaim Truth and Freedom

"You've been on the front lines of kind of the moms pushing back movement. That's been happening. The last nine to twelve months because of the lockdowns the vaccine mandates the mask mandates and. Crt are you seeing moms. Be intimidated by this authoritarian. Chilling of speech or you seeing doubling down type of new resolve because of it. That's a really good question. Because i kind of saw both so the instant thing that they thought was. Oh my gosh What are we going to do. And then once we told them no. No no what you need to do is stand up and be stronger. Actually emboldened them so we are now seeing more moms gathering together in more communities and more states and saying okay. We need to show up together. And they're several organizations out there that that if united together parents to be able to empower them a couple of organizations specifically from ours moms for liberty and and we show up at these at these meetings and they're not intimidated because they know their rights. They know where they come from and now they know how to effectively exercise

A Digital Paradigm Shift Through the Lens of Finance - Greg Cross Co-founder of Soul Machines on Virtual Humans and Interactive Animation - Voicebot Podcast Ep 230 - burst 11

The Voicebot Podcast

05:19 min | 5 d ago

A Digital Paradigm Shift Through the Lens of Finance - Greg Cross Co-founder of Soul Machines on Virtual Humans and Interactive Animation - Voicebot Podcast Ep 230 - burst 11

"I think of banking and finance is a good way includes the will becoming more transactional. Yeah when when. I grew up my mom and dad to go into the bank of reweight. Bank the patriot. Yo by that used to have to go to the bank every week. Get cash Yet this year that's long gone as many generations of technology that that have come along but is the bank managing you every single one of the customers by nice again Over time your so. We go through numerous now to the point where we'll right now and it what's happened in the code will in many parts of the world was young pool with you know seeing some of our big banking clients on a regular devices and people thought that pre cover that they had pretty high penetration rights of iran on smartphones. But guess what they went through the roof last year could banks because all of a sudden the banking completely Spliced retail bank The the the that that evolving competitive sh- paradigm shift between the banks and the digital banks and the traditional banks. We saw we actually is to become a stop become one So net will you. People have stopped yemen. This was something. I your head really thought about to be honest but i still into co own australian bank couple of weeks ago and Cash handling has plummeted one of the big reasons to have a retail retail branch which is cash handling a type of people. Don't wanna handle keishi anymore aside. We've move money as become eletronic Yeah and look. I obviously haven't traveled use the last twelve months. I mean in the in the us. Yo you can't go anywhere without a dollar bill but but literally The amount of cash physical cash in circulation this changing so these signs of some of the macro trends that again to emerge for of banking for retailing The consumer good as we stopped move forward into the future. I think of the rise of e-trade is an interesting example. Here before e-trade came up no one would think about buying stocks without a broker with. They had a personal relationship with charles. Schwab was popular. But you would call somebody place the order for you and what we see now is stock trading. There is no human behind it made if we look. Robin hood is sorta z. A perfect example of the next phase of that but you know obviously two generations past banking since then obviously with the kick in the pants from ed even accelerated that process which has been underway for twenty years. But i think you're drawing an interesting thesis here that every industry is going towards that same evolution. It's just the question is how far behind banking are they. Are they right behind banking and that they're going to this more high transactional relationship versus high relational interaction or are they. Are they a few years. Do they have a little time before. That really takes. Hold look I think every industry is every industry is having to think in in the in the world we live in today is having to figure out how mun digital impacts every aspect of business. Today i mean with me ultimately. We are in enterprise software. We sell solutions to begin prize. But i've got a. I've got a lad sales organization in the us and that that now selling to Yeah the now selling to Your c. level executives in big corporations Your enterprise selling young for my whole career has been about face to face interaction and building a relationship of this was a huge paradigm shift for you know for the industry And even in a business to business sick that the implications of digital the will we live in a having a real life impact on a day-to-day vice already You will learn about the efficiencies of being able to conduct more business. A and more meetings and digitally So y- is actually invading becoming an integral part of your the data. Dave way we would. We can now live Anywhere in the world and do jobs.

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Powell says spike in inflation lasting longer than expected

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Powell says spike in inflation lasting longer than expected

"The chairman of the federal reserve says the current spike in U. S. inflation is larger and more persistent than expected in remarks prepared for a congressional hearing fed chairman Jerome Powell says the economy and consumer spending are on the rebound but there's a bird pressure on pricing in some cases it's due to bottlenecks in the supply chain and hiring shortages consumer prices have been posting twelve month gains as high as five point four percent Powell says although inflationary conditions are larger and longer lasting than anticipated he expects the conditions will ease if not the fed has tools to lower pricing pressure Powell and treasury secretary Janet Yellen will likely face tough questioning especially from Republican lawmakers about inflation Jackie Quinn Washington

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Fed Considers Tapering Bond Purchases as Economy Grows

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:24 min | 3 weeks ago

Fed Considers Tapering Bond Purchases as Economy Grows

"So much talk about so little time and that is not. I promise you just me trying to get to the good stuff. It actually has been a busy week. Genus malik is at the new york. Times neil richardson is at adp. Hey you too. I kinda hake so neil and let me start with you I want to discuss a little bit. chair powell and his press conference this week in which he said In literally so many words that the fed has made that substantial further progress Or is very close to it to start to reduce its bond buying program the taper He said we've more than gotten there and inflation as we've talked about many times on this program not quite yet on jobs and i guess my question is we've been told it's going to take on another twelve months or a year or year and a half for the for the job market to recover. Why do you think the fed is gonna taper now. Well they are going to reduce their bond buying for one reason and one reason only they wanna get bang for the buck. They're spending a hundred twenty billion dollars a month on bonds. They wanna see some effect in early on. When everything was in chaos in the financial markets and bonds that were considered safe started acting very risky ways. That were unpredictable. That bond buying helped stabilize everything. It was a success story but bang has faded into a whimper. It's not really having a lot of effet particularly in the jobs. Market that has bottlenecks. That are more amenable to fiscal policy in action than monetary policy. Junior you're on that You're on that video. Call with chair. Powell you're probably paying closer attention than i was. But i don't think anywhere. He said the word transitory about inflation. Did that strike you at all. You know. I think it is interesting. I think there's been a real short of decision. Among monetary policymakers to start being a bit more cautious in the way that they talk about inflation either they still say that there are these temporary forces pushing inflation up. There's no reason to believe that they're going to last forever. But i think we've all become a lot more modest about how long we think temporary is going be you know because it's earlier in the year. They thought these these temporary dislocations we're gonna fade within a few months now. It's like pretty obvious that they're not gonna fade until we're well into next year and i think they're real questions about you. Know how how quickly supply chains in particular are going to get back to any kind of normal

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Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster

TIME's Top Stories

01:05 min | Last month

Moderna Says COVID-19 Vaccine Protection Wanes, Makes Case for Booster

"Maderna's case for a covert nineteen booster shots. It's vaccine protection wayne's by thirty six percent after twelve months. According to a new study by alice park studies from cova nineteen vaccine makers and public health officials have been suggesting for awhile that protection provided by the vaccine wanes over time and a new study published on september fifteenth to a pre print server. The study is not yet. Peer reviewed researchers at medina which makes one of the two are in a covert nineteen vaccines. The other is from pfizer. Biotech report that people vaccinated within the last eight months had thirty six percent fewer breakthrough infections. The knows who were vaccinated a year ago that suggests vaccine induced. Immunity is likely highest shortly after people get their recommended two doses of the vaccine and starts to drop afterward. The modern vaccine received emergency use authorization from the us food and drug administration in december twenty twenty the fda currently reviewing the company's request for full approval aldershot.

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Wholesale Prices Hit Record 8.3% In August

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:39 min | Last month

Wholesale Prices Hit Record 8.3% In August

"It's been kind of a hodgepodge week to be honest for those of us. Whose specialty is this economy here to help. Sort out are k. davidson. She's at the wall street journal. Also brian chung-hee's at yahoo finance hayatou. So kate i'm going to start with you and with his observation of the news of the day. The producer price index came out this morning. That is of course Prices at the wholesale level up eight point three percent in a year. Do you suppose anybody at the fed or more accurately at the white house walked over to j pals office and said hey. Jay highlight transitory. Now pal well. I don't know about the the white house. Because they they're sticking to the transitory story They they put out some new forecasts. I think it was lat late last month. Essentially showing that they they still think prices are coming down this year by a lot So they they more than doubled. Their forecast for inflation. This year back in february they thought it would be just a little above two percent now. They're at four point eight for the year. That's fourth quarter over compared to the fourth quarter of last year But you know even to get to that point as you pointed out. Prices are so high in consumer prices last month or in july rather consumer prices were five point four percent over the previous twelve months. And that's the highest. They'd been On an annual basis since two thousand eight so their high and to get to the white house forecast they'd have to come down a lot. So i think that they are feeling the political heat over rising prices right. Republicans are really hammering them on this. But i think that they economists there and even at the fed will find out on a couple of weeks. The fed might mark up their forecasts but so far they continue to think that these price pressures will fade

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Lebanon's New PM Pledges to Stabilize Economic Meltdown

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Lebanon's New PM Pledges to Stabilize Economic Meltdown

"The new government has been announced in Lebanon over a year off to the previous administration quit with Nike but McCarty becoming prime minister a position he's held twice before couldn't Hussey let us stop what are some of the key pledges what do everything in his power to the country's dramatic economic collapse urging fractious politicians to work together holding back tears because he one of the richest men in the country spoke to of Lebanese mothers who called feed their children and students whose parents could no longer afford to send them to school the political agreement breaks a twelve month deadlock the scene the country slide deeper into financial chaos and poverty I'm Charles Taylor this month

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US Producer Prices Jump an Unprecedented 8.3% in August

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

US Producer Prices Jump an Unprecedented 8.3% in August

"Inflation at the wholesale level climbed to eight point three percent last month it's the biggest annual gain since the labor department started calculating the twelve month number in two thousand ten the producer price index which measures inflationary pressures before they reach consumers rose seven tenths of a percent in August after full one percent increases in both June and July when compared with August of twenty twenty prices were eight point three percent higher core prices which exclude the volatile food and energy categories also rose to slightly less six tenths of a percent from July and six point seven percent from a year earlier inflation has been stirring as the economy recovers from the coronavirus recession with supply chain bottlenecks and a worker shortage pushing prices higher Ben Thomas Washington

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Affirm Soars on Amazon Partnership

MarketFoolery

01:58 min | Last month

Affirm Soars on Amazon Partnership

"With the stock of the day and that is a firm holdings the by and buy now pay later business. Affirm is teaming up with young ecommerce site called amazon dot com affirms going to be a checkout option for certain amazon customers in the united states. Starting on friday. This is four purchases of fifty dollars or more and then those customers can if they want split. Those purchases up into smaller monthly installments shares of affirm. As of this moment are up forty four percent. Today i guess my first question is is that how good this news is forty four percent or is at least some of what we're seeing i. I'm sure there are a bunch of things that go into a stock spiked like this. But ultimately that's where i start with this like. How good is this for a firm. Well i mean it is really. It's very important news. I mean this isn't something that results in immediate tangible financial impact right. I mean there is still okay. Show me that this actually is gonna work. Show me the money so to speak. But for a business in a firm which generated around seven hundred fifty million dollars essentially in revenue over the last twelve months. It's a big deal in part of the part of the concern with firming. There'd been a couple of things with a firm that if you know they've been worth worth discussing a little bit right. I mean we saw the recent acquisition with school with the square buying after pay to get that presence into the buy now pay later and that's what a firm is known for two right. Buy now pay later in. The criticism has been that it more or less is a feature in not necessarily a business on its own

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Different Methods for Structuring Teams in an Agency

The Tropical MBA Podcast

02:20 min | Last month

Different Methods for Structuring Teams in an Agency

"I think dan if i was agency today i would hire a bunch of specialized people. I don't think i'd hire jack-of-all-trades you know. One of the common positions that people come to us and asked us to help them hire is an operations manager because it's kind of last holdout. Most founders are like the operations manager. They are the person that holds it all together. They're kind of the hub in the middle of this wheel and then they have all these spokes so the most sincerely hey. I'm kind kinda pulling the team together. Like i have all these contractors. But like i really need to go out and do something. Higher value generally as business development or sales so. I need somebody to come in here and do this operations role. One of the things. I think is interesting. Is this concept that was brought up in the forum and spin written a lot about on the web is are you going to have a hierarchical structure or a pod structure and of course there's like overlap between what the two things are but typically a hierarchical structure would have that founder. Ceo and then the operations manager. And then say you'd have an seo group with like the top seo person and then you know seo assistant number one number two and there'd be these sort of this hierarchical management of all the seo in the company goes through this like seo lead and then there's this alternative concept of pods where you have like an seo person designer. A sales lead all in one pod and then that pod manages a certain number of clients and at least for us as like bootstrapping a relatively new service business. We've only been sewing recruiting services for twelve months. The pod concept really resonated with us both from strategy perspective. You look at what you're able to charge for your service and then you say okay. Well you know ballpark. I'm trying to get my labor cost to less than thirty percent of what i'm delivering the service for so that you know. Have a margin leftover after all your expenses of executing the service and so then you figure out like what that fraction analyzed pod is going to be and you try to get your costs there and this is the way you can sort of brainstorm new businesses. So i think it's kind of interesting if you look at like a traditional agency you'd say like a recruiting agency say all right. Well i sold this to a client. Now i'm going to have a recruiter. Do all the work and like day cost this and so your rates are going to be a lot higher than if you had this cross functional pod that can essentially split up the work and do it for multiple different clients.

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Midlife Weight Gain: Don't Blame Your Metabolism

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:46 min | Last month

Midlife Weight Gain: Don't Blame Your Metabolism

"Most of us reach our final adult height at around age. Eighteen or twenty. Unfortunately that doesn't mean that we stop growing on. Average americans continue to gain a pound or two a year every year from the time they reach adulthood until age sixty or so when this trend starts to reverse of course by then a lot of damage has been done although gaining a single pound or two over. The course of a year isn't going to make a big difference in your health gaining thirty or forty pounds over the course of your adult lifespan can have a significant negative impact. On your risk of diabetes heart disease cancer and other conditions related to obesity such as knee pain and sleep apnea so what drives this weight gain in middle age. There's long been an assumption that this seemingly universal trend is due at least in part to a slowing of the metabolism in midlife. We've all been told that our bodies engines simply reva little faster when we're younger and that there's not that much that can be done. If we want to avoid gaining weight through midlife we're going to have to spend more time exercising or adjust our food intake to compensate for this inevitable slowing of the metabolism. Now if you refuse to go gently into this good night you can find all kinds of special diets workouts and supplements promising to goose up your middle aged metabolism to the extent that any of these actually succeed in boosting your resting metabolic rate. The effect is likely to be quite small as i've said before trying to lose weight by boosting. Your metabolism is like trying to row a boat with a butter knife. You're going to be rowing for an awfully long time. Without moving very far but a new study is during all of these assumptions about midlife metabolism into the blender researchers used a sophisticated technique called the doubly labeled water method to measure energy expenditure in a diverse population of over six thousand people and these subjects ranged in age from newborn to ninety five years old and they also came from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds and cultures and the results were almost exactly the opposite of what our observations might have led us to believe not surprisingly are metabolic rate is highest when we're babies it peaks at about twelve months of age and then declined steadily until we reach early adulthood but then our metabolic rate is remarkably stable from age twenty to age sixty. There is virtually no slowing in

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Bitcoin Mining With Mike Colyer

The Pomp Podcast

02:17 min | Last month

Bitcoin Mining With Mike Colyer

"Let's start with Just remind everyone what is foundry and kind of the founding story of this in terms of what you guys are building. Yeah so Foundries a wholly owned subsidiary of the digital currency group and we're focused on supporting decentralised infrastructure. So both on the proof of work side and proof of stake side and We got started about will almost two years ago and We've been building out both sides of that business. We've scaled now to Approaching i think fifty employees which we've got an amazing team here at foundry and we provide so we might ourselves. We provide advisory services. We provide equipment financing. And we've deployed about three over three hundred million dollars now into the north american mining ecosystem. And then we've launched our north american mining pool which supports institutional size minors the the publicly traded minor. So they have a clear transparent pool to to mine in and We've got an advisory businesses. Well helping helping Miners get into the business. Staking side we. We now stake on about twenty different protocols. essentially like the infrastructure team for dc g. and and the other subsidiary companies dot. So when you think about what's changed over the last year so since we last talked There's been a bunch of changes growth in positive developments with foundry and also. There's been absolute chaos in the mining industry in general. Maybe let's start with kind of the market itself in how you evaluate what's transpired last twelve months or so. And then how has that allowed. You guys to navigate this kind of where are you both from a size standpoint and then also Kind of what. You are doing a service standpoint whereas most of your attention or energy right now you know. The mining space moves incredibly fast. It's like every thirty days sixty days. It's it's changing it's evolving and which makes it super exciting i would. I would say that you know about four years ago. I pivoted my whole career to go into the mining space. I don't think i could ever go back to the traditional world. It just moves way too

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Roger Federer Needs a Third Knee Surgery, Will Be out 'Many Months'

The Tennis Podcast

01:15 min | 2 months ago

Roger Federer Needs a Third Knee Surgery, Will Be out 'Many Months'

"No huge surprise that roger federer had had a major setback to his name when we watched him at wimbledon. Losing that six love set really. The writing was on the wall at that point that that something something was wrong and it was a question of how badly it wrong he. He announced that he wasn't gonna play either the tournaments in canada in toronto or in cincinnati. We spoke the other day that the us open felt very unlikely but even even with that the fat the severity of what he announced today on instagram in a personal message to camera for his his millions of fans that he was requiring another knee surgery that he was going to be on crutches in his words for weeks and this is his third surgeries in the space of twelve months that he would be out of action for months and really the oni suggestion that his career was going to be an ongoing. A going concern in the future was that he had a glimmer of hope of returning to the toll in some full in the future. Next year

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Back-to-Back 1% Price Hike; Wholesale Prices Rise in July

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Back-to-Back 1% Price Hike; Wholesale Prices Rise in July

"Inflation at the wholesale level jumped more than expected last month the labor department reports its producer price index rose a full one percent in July that match the June increase and over the past twelve months wholesale prices are up a record seven point eight percent the largest increase going back to two thousand ten the price surge has pushed inflation well above the federal reserve's target of two percent most of the July increase came from the rising cost of services margins for autos and auto parts also saw hefty gains jumping eleven point two percent but overall the rise in the price of goods was not a steep and food costs actually fell for the first time since December core prices at the wholesale level which excludes volatile food and energy costs match the overall number rising one percent in July Ben Thomas Washington

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Algolia's API First Model - Bernadette Nixon CEO of Algolia the Unicorn Search and AI Company - Voicebot Podcast Ep 221 - burst 02

The Voicebot Podcast

04:07 min | 2 months ago

Algolia's API First Model - Bernadette Nixon CEO of Algolia the Unicorn Search and AI Company - Voicebot Podcast Ep 221 - burst 02

"Lot of different people in the software world that has done things around databases or things like that but it seems to me that like around discovery and surfacing information within within the enterprise. This is an area that you spent a good deal of time in your curb even before i'll go you. Yes that's right. If you in fact if you look at the competitive set in the market in which i'll go competes. They're really sort of two bookends to that competitive set one end of it. You have purpose built sass. Apps typically for one specific use case quite often ecommerce site surge and then at the other end of the spectrum. you've got the open source. Players like elastic solar and they can solve many different types of such Problems indeed as we as al goalie can win neither one of those. But i have experience of both both of those bookends. If you like of competitive set But the way to think about us is sort of in between both of those ads because we have. We give all the flexibility that you get with the open source but yet we are an api. I model which we can get into what that means really means a lotta people bandied that about. I'm actually hosted so fully the sas business model if you like. And that's one of the reasons why i came to. I'll go earlier in. May of last year. Because i truly believed in the positioning of the company having had experience in the such market before we are hearing a lot more about api first businesses. These days it would be useful for you to talk about what what that means in. Why that's a model that we're seeing a lot more of your absolutely. I mean it festival if you think about you know the the old ways of Satisfying problems you either went out. And you bought a big monolith or you built your you built the application from. Scratch yourself on what we're finding. Is that both of those paradigm 's are cracking a little bit right now under the strain the strain created by the need to constantly. Hr eight because the market is moving so fast. I mean take a look at the last twelve months. Kobe didn't start any new trends. It simply spend the ones that were there up if you think about it and so what we're finding is that people are wanting to find a abed away to build and use some building blocks so api's have been described as the picks and shovels of the information age because you can compose your applications using multiple api's but the difference between an api company and a platform that has some api You can interface with it is an api fest. Company really means three things at least while going. I think too many of the other folks out that in the api first economy as well one. It means at flexibility as in you're able to handle a broad set of use cases so in our case that's not just ecommerce such it's Internal search behind the firewall using us as the The search service when you're composing your own internal applications and many other different cases in between so being able to handle a broad set of use cases. That flexibility is one of the tenants of api. I approach the second Is speed so we build speed into our api so that our customers don't have to do that. Performance tuning As they would have to if they were building from scratch. Let's say using open source. And the third which i personally think is probably the most important is the backward compatibility developers want to solve big meaty business problems for the companies. They work for and they wanna move onto the next one. They want to minimize the amount of maintenance that they have to keep up with and so we take that burden on. And we guarantee the backward compatibility of our

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Dating and Marriage in America's Prison System With Elizabeth Greenwood

Relationship Advice

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Dating and Marriage in America's Prison System With Elizabeth Greenwood

"One thing. Sam told me that he will sometimes get letters from people who are interested in him. Often women Austin after his story has been featured You know in the news on cable through crime series. I loose so interested in that phenomenon because i think like many of us. I'd always heard about that. I'd heard about it. It's a little extreme iteration. You know the women who wrote the scott. Peterson and i was just always interested in you. Know what's that about. So i started poking around this topic and i got a late stuck with a really interesting organization called strong prison. Wives families and a are nonprofit Of sixty thousand members worldwide. All of whom are supporting a loved one. Who's incarcerated these. Are you know real people. These aren't prison groupies writing famous serial killers. These are all just everyday people who have a spouse or partner who's incarcerated headedness is a group health. I'm so amazing. Women really that grew but all of whom have a husband or boyfriend incarcerated. And i was really kind of off to the races. Once they met some of these members you have very nuance In particular backgrounds experiences. And i just really wanted to know. Why would someone pursue someone in prison all five couples. I trace my book. Met law incarcerated. Meaning that they did not know each other prior ci prison so they met via pen pal website or volunteering. Your prison ministry often. They weren't looking for anything in you know cut to twelve months later and they're walking down the prison aisle so may book traces the ups and downs of those five

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US Consumers Boost Spending 1% as Inflation Remains High

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

US Consumers Boost Spending 1% as Inflation Remains High

"Americans spent more last month boosting an economic recovery that's now facing new virus risks the commerce department says consumer spending jumped by one percent in June more evidence consumers are driving the recovery throughout the pandemic Americans have spent on physical goods while hunkered down now they're shifting to spending on services like hair cuts and restaurants such spending rose one point two percent last month the raging delta variant is clouding economic prospects and economists have another fear one inflation barometer the fed closely tracks surged three and a half percent last month from a year earlier the fastest such twelve month surge in thirty years Sager made Ghani Washington

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"next twelve months" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This it down rush is a Kudlow you're not in any and way this team a recommendation is breaking down or solicitation into phases to buy sell or hold the reason I came considering up with the phase the information phase presented one we is gonna be face recommend to you seek face out repay a competent licensed all the way professional up to the end for advice all we have to November two two thousand twenty they're gonna do phases so they keep this narrative going with the idea that the stock buyback that's really not had it sure they got a continue this fake narrative over the next twelve months ago during phases how ridiculous now the China deal trade deals must be signed in January now please remember this deal was supposed to be signed in may but the Chinese walked away why even though the deal in may was described as the biggest deal ever here we are again in December it is the biggest deal ever now they're saying that China has agreed to import an additional hundred billion in agriculture goods from us the United States over the next two years as fifty billion here those are what Kudlow is telling us that over the next two years we got this fantastic deal we're going at fifty billion figure by fifty billion each year in egg products but here's what he doesn't say there's no guarantee now Carmona she wanted a guarantee he calls a date guaranteed to purchase meaning he wanted in writing from China give me the gauge you are going to order these commodities we want a contract put inside that contract the date that you're going to buy this stuff because we want to know you're telling us the truth we want that day in there China laughter course they should what why would we do that first of all what it should be truthful we are American people and tell them we've never exceeded even twenty six billion and any error why would be by fifty billion so you're trying to lock us in the fifty billion so you can get out there and tell everybody got us locked in guaranteed fifty billion one year fifty billion the next year when we haven't ever had one year just one year actually just one year in two thousand twelve that exceeded twenty six billion they're talking fifty billion a year never have even gotten two fifty they they got the most was twenty six billion would you want a bunch of nonsense a service the boy those people they got into the stock market and ran that market up you're so excited last week because this big deal now they're going to get hurt what you do is you buy into the you sell into those rumors what you do you don't buy into those when these rumors come out you already had to be in these stocks and then when the rumor kitchen up even further you sell in terms of Sir stop listening to this nonsense it's unbelievable we'll be back right after this break but a lot more in we don't talk about Starbucks you know what now five percent five percent return I tell you join me again the following is Starbucks we'll be right back want more information on the show feels gain dot com or give them a call at eight seven seven six hundred we make sure our gamer suggestion just sell the markets short with the same ease is going along so you joined the gang for thirty nine ninety five two o'clock in the afternoon you decide when you join a gang of our membership group what you wanna blouses sees that you want to start following goal okay so this is going to follow a few by the way was started by a you on may thirtieth right eighty nine percent were there every day to tell our members want to do it two o'clock there's a video or if you want to be aggressive and you want to be a real trader just come to my class every day from nine thirty to eleven that's your choice you confuse you get a hold of us would you have your own personal coach for god sakes.

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"next twelve months" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Greetings and welcome back don't rush home behind the golden EIB microphone back to the phones we go this is Scott in lacrosse Wisconsin great to have you Sir. all right I like what you said earlier about the rally in Houston involving prime minister Moti I think the main way the ruby are are covering it as to say that from you the US of relationship with a foreign power to bolster his campaign my perspective is different from both I think the one thing that China has as far as this trade war that we can't really replace other than with the legal immigration and the work force components and we're kind of telling China thing the methods that we have a good relationship with India who has a similar on T. million people that can be our workforce if things go south of China so I think that went really well to send them a message that you know you are you are close you you are very shrewd need to realize that and I want to buttress what you're saying with the with one another I'm sorry to do this to you folks that is another apple story let's stick with me it's not a plug for apple. apple's manufacturing base is in China that's what so noteworthy about apple acknowledging that they're going to make their new mac pro in Texas. that's a big ticket item as I say I mean this this computer if you Max it out you could spend sixty thousand on it it is genuinely a pro it is for Hollywood or all people it's it's visual video and super audio professionals so need all kinds of computational speed and storage. I mean the cheapest version of this baby's gonna re on five thousand even that is is not. it's it's a big it's definitely pro can making it in Texas when it was previously announced that it was in the made in China. now most of apple's assembly is China the parts for all of our products come from all over the world including America but the assembly is in China. in factories that employ a three hundred to five hundred thousand people. manufacturing things at apple scale is incomprehensible. so you you have an iPhone in your hand. now imagine. in the next twelve months apples gonna sell two hundred million of those that means I've got to have two hundred million of everything that's in one. two hundred million camera assemblies two hundred million process actually more than that because some of them are not going to pass inspection on manufacture summer we thrown out it's incomprehensible. and to do this every year to scale up like that is fabulous well we've got the trade war going now with the check comes in trump is dead serious about winning this because we have to. well guess where apple yes the next market apple is mining for manufacturing it happens to be India. they have the population base that could ramp up if necessary. not saying it's going to be there also manufacturing some things in Vietnam now the apple it's it's not a massive move out of China they're not gonna do anything to threaten the track I'm government because they still needed these are just trans but they are all trends happening because of one presidency. and this is the trump administration this is when trump talks about the deals that previous leaders of made that were dumb and stupid. these are the things that he's talking about because America keeps getting ripped off and hands and that that has been the policy that was the design in the post war era America as the price for being the Victor. and being the lone superpower we were supposed to take it on the chin to show the rest of the world we didn't mean of any harm that we weren't going to log our superpower status over them so for you when needed some money from her back pocket they got it if NATO needed to be defended totally by us they want. if we need to take it in the short time deals on trade with China and we did it because we were going to show everybody that we didn't intend them any harm and we want. what was absent in this whole formulation. what is the recognition knowledge meant that America is the good guys. it was exemplified by Madeleine Albright. who when the Soviet Union fell and the Berlin Wall came as she was panicked. well my god oh my god this is destabilizing the staple of the world and her perverted your was more stable when the U. S. have an enemy. that kept us in check you see the good guys don't need to be kept in check the good guys need to multiply the good guys need the influence of good guys need to spread their influence around the world but Madeline Albright and she was typical and it was Republicans and Democrats both this is the Washington establishment. much preferred a competing super power. it all it also serves the the purpose of. keeping the American people up to speed with defense spending and so forth his big bad guy enemy out there ready to wipe us out any day they want to have to be prepared it was legit was legit threat. but the idea that we were not the good guy that we needed a competing power as a second super power to keep us into the stabilize the world that's the way these people fought troubles always thought that was stupid. why does America need to be in the client why does America have to act like we're in the client why can't we keep growing we are a force for good in the world we can spread the our way of life. not impose it you don't impose freedom on people. so all trump is doing is trying to re arrange this orders sold and it's they're calling it white nationalism they're calling it pop it's not that's patriotism if anything but beyond all that its economic sense we are the engine of the world why should we be punished for it. at the left does this throughout our culture in high school let's say high school soccer when one team is way better than another what we do know we penalize the good team they make him start twenty points down or two points down or what have you then we go to the point where we don't even declare a winner because it's humiliating for the losers. well that kind of thinking where do you get started it started in American foreign policy. when militant Islam must take out the World Trade Center what we do we convene a forum asking what did we do to make them mad. it's it's it's been so what you want might dumb and stupid drops exactly right Saul. I'm just trying to rearrange and re order all of this and if India wants to become a major manufacturing base. and if that is possible in India's got stranger rules for example if you want to sell something in India what ever it is their rules it has to be made there are a large percentage of it has to be made there. that's the original reason that apple open manufacturing plants there because they couldn't sell iPhones in India. at a price Indians could afford unless they were manufactured in the Indians one let the phone into the market anyway so they started manufacturing certain parts of the Eiffel there simply. it's a slow process it's involving but all of this our callers dead on right all of this is putting a little pressure on the trunk arms. believe me I mean there's a billion people in that country and that that can lead to a government does not fret about the loss of one or two or three of my big what have a war lose a couple million find easier to feed the rest I'm not exaggerating. but losing hundreds of thousands of jobs not even the communist China calms want that that's people that can feed themselves that's people that can provide for their families at whatever me collect maker level the Chinese government needs to create jobs out the wise outside of the cities cities are over run they're over crowded they need the jobs created where for example apple's factories are apples factories are in the Boondocks and cities have been built up around them that's what the chai comes need they need jobs outside the city is they don't want to lose some. the worst that can happen to check comes as for all that manufacturing base to leave for Vietnam morning India this is All negotiating strength and power trump has so it's in the midst of all this and he does a rally. then he does a rally on on on Sunday. in Houston AT back how do you. multi rally. and here is just a brief little sound bite listen to these cheers this list this is the guy the Democrats think that they're going to impede today we honor all of the brave.

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"next twelve months" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on KTOK

"Manufacturing base is in China that's what so noteworthy about apple acknowledging that they're going to make their new mac pro in Texas. that's a big ticket item as I say I mean this this computer if you Max it out you could spend sixty thousand on it it is genuinely a pro it is for Hollywood or all people it's it's for visual video and super audio professionals so need all kinds of computational speed and storage. I mean the cheapest version of this baby's gonna re on five thousand even that is is not the answer it's a big it's definitely pro can making it in Texas when it was previously announced that it was in the made in China. now most of apple's assembly is China the parts for all of our products come from all over the world including America but the assembly is in China. in factories that employ three hundred to five hundred thousand people. manufacturing things at apple scale is incomprehensible. so you you have an iPhone in your hand. now imagine. in the next twelve months apples gonna sell two hundred million of those that means I've got to have two hundred million of everything that's in one. two hundred million camera assemblies two hundred million process actually more than that because some of them are not going to pass inspection on manufacture summer we thrown out it's incomprehensible. and to do this every year to scale up like that is fabulous well we've got the trade war going now with the check comes in trump is dead serious about winning this because we have to. well guess where apple yes the next market apple is mining for manufacturing it happens to be in the. they have the population base that could ramp up if necessary. not saying it's going to be there also manufacturing some things in Vietnam now but apple it's it's not a massive move out of China they're not gonna do anything to threaten the track I'm government because they still needed these are just trans but they are all trends happening because of one presidency. and this is the trump administration this it when trump talks about the deals that previous leaders of made that were dumb and stupid. these are the things that he's talking about because America keeps getting ripped off and hands and that that has been the policy that was the design in the post war era America as the price for being the Victor. and being the lone superpower we were supposed to take it on the chin to show the rest of the world we didn't mean of any harm that we weren't going to log our superpower status over them so for you when needed some money from her back pocket they got it if NATO needed to be defended totally by us they want. if we need to take it in the short time deals on trade with China and we did it because we were going to show everybody that we didn't intend them any harm and we want. what was absent in this whole formulation. what is the recognition knowledge meant that America is the good guys. it was exemplified by Madeleine Albright. who when the Soviet Union fell and the Berlin Wall came as she was panicked. well my god oh my god this is destabilizing is the staple of the world and her perverted view was more stable when the U. S. have an enemy. that kept us in check you see the good guys don't need to be kept in check the good guys need to multiply the good guys need the influence of good guys need to spread their influence around the world but Madeline Albright and she was typical and it was Republicans and Democrats both this is the Washington establishment. much preferred a competing super power. it all it also serves the the purpose of. keeping the American people up to speed with defense spending and so forth his big bad guy enemy out there ready to wipe us out any day they want to. paired it was legit was legit threat. but the idea that we were not the good guy that we needed a competing power as a second super power to keep us engine to stabilize the world that's the way these people thought trump has always thought that was stupid. why does America need to be in the client why does America have to act like we're in the client why can't we keep growing we are a force for good in the world we can spread the our way of life. not impose it you don't impose freedom on people. so all trump is doing is trying to re arrange this orders sold and it's they're calling it white nationalism they're calling it pop it's not that's patriotism if anything but beyond all that its economic sense we are the engine of the world why should we be punished for it. at the left does this throughout our culture in high school let's say high school soccer when one team is way better than another what we do we penalize the good team they make him start twenty points down or two points down or what have you then we go to the point where we don't even declare a winner because it's humiliating for the losers. well that kind of thinking where do you get started it started in American foreign policy. when militant Islam must take out the World Trade Center what we do we convene a forum asking what did we do to make them mad. it's it's it's been so what you want dumb and stupid trumps exactly right Saul. I'm just trying to rearrange and re order all of this and if India wants to become a major manufacturing base. and if that is possible in India's got stranger rules for example if you want to sell something in India what ever it is their rules it has to be made there are a large percentage of it has to be made there. that's the original reason that apple open manufacturing plants there because they couldn't sell iPhones in India. at a price Indians could afford unless they were manufactured in the Indians would let the phone into the market anyway so they started manufacturing certain parts of the iPhone there simply. it's a slow process it's involving but all of this our callers down right all of this is pointing a little pressure on the trunk arms. believe me I mean there's a billion people in that country and that that can lead to a government does not fret about the loss of one or two or three of my big what have a war lose a couple million find easier to feed the rest I'm not exaggerating. but losing hundreds of thousands of jobs not even the communist China calms want that that's people that can feed themselves that's people that can provide for their families at whatever Meigle left maker level the Chinese government needs to create jobs out the wise outside of the cities cities are over run they're over crowded they need the jobs created where for example apple's factories are apples factories are in the Boondocks and cities have been built up around them that's what the chai comes need they need jobs outside the cities they don't want to lose some. the worst that can happen the chai comes as for all that manufacturing base to leave for Vietnam morning India this is All negotiating strength and power trump has so it's in the midst of all this and he does a rally. then he does a rally on on on Sunday. in Houston AT back how do you. the rally. and here is just a brief little sound bite listen to these cheers this list this is the guy the Democrats think that they're going to impede today we honor all of the brave American and Indian.

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"next twelve months" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For about making a will something about making a will that make some people superstitious or something about making a will that makes people contemplate the fact that they're actually gonna die our guests come looking down the barrel of a gun archer I mean we have these meetings about wikis estate planning meetings around here once a year we get all the leadership team in around your family together and go over exactly what the plan is if Dave dies in the next twelve months it's a real cherry meeting always have a little money python mama you know like I'm feeling much better you know it's just like Karol Lee but that's diligence you do plan for things if you love the people you're gonna leave behind and we've done detailed research doing a will does not make you more likely to die you are going to die so you need a well everyone needs a will I know it's awkward I know it's uncomfortable on it's morbid but here's the deal seventy four percent of parents of our Ramsey research team we found that seventy four percent of your parents don't have a well this is ridiculous shop that's just dumb you need a well everybody because listen if you don't then other people decide about your stuff other people that aren't bright like the government don't let him do this now no August is ridiculous August is national Michael will month old joy that's what a dumb idea but a wide still at least it reminds you join US what who sat down on the list metal subway Michael will month I guess the Michael will people wanted you to do that but but you need a well anyway if you hadn't thought about it you need like name guardians for your children so the government doesn't decide and you need to go ahead and tell you know Bobby that since he's doing heroin we're not leaving him any money because we don't finance is her one you know at with our death and going to let you know Bobby and you know all you're doing drugs or not no will do because we love you and we would want to be the cause of your overdosed so you know we're not gonna be involved in this year's going to deal with all this family stuff in the summer you like you think denial is a river in Egypt and it's just like you do it you just live in the house so now no no no no you need to do well here's the thing we built a little will free will preparation checklist is completely free doesn't cost anything that means free and help you get your will rates of seven things the seven areas like naming guardians beneficiaries that kind of stuff what are you gonna do about this what he can do about that and it helps you make the list is completely free.

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"next twelve months" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The bank rate there's a lot of information in this article but it pertains to a lot of the things that we talk about on the show on a regular basis a lot of things that affect everyday Americans give me the fine folks over at Bankrate dot com pulled average American consumers and economists and financial experts about the strength of the economy the timing of the next recession and the country's preparedness for the next economic downturn so there's a lot of information in here I don't know that we'll get to all of it but starting out at the top thirty nine percent of Americans say the economy is not so good while all of the pulled experts unanimously disagree wow for you and I that pay close attention to the economy we would probably be more on the side of the experts because we know how good the economy is but thirty nine percent of Americans say the economy is not so good and when I give you the next numbers that may be an indication of why so many people think the economy is not good ready for this I'm ready twenty eight percent of Americans have no emergency savings this is the highest rate since two thousand sixteen despite believing that a recession will come sooner than what experts predict people are still not saving money for an emergency because I guess you know if you think there's gonna be a recession that should qualify as an emergency right because you want to save some time yeah and only eighteen percent I I actually when I read this I actually thought this number was a little bit higher but only eighteen percent of Americans have enough money to cover six months of expenses or more that is the lowest in the nine year history of the polls so bank rate has been doing this poll for nine years and nine years that eighteen percent is the lowest number that they seem huh that is kind of interesting you know right now they say that the economy is so awesome right you hear that everywhere that to have thirty nine percent say that they don't think it's very good are they think it's poor seems like a pretty big chunk you know what that does imply that they're sixty one percent of fun doing the numbers right sixty one percent that do think the economy's doing okay right yes Mister silver lining I hate to be optimistic about you know what I was just wondering if they took this poll before the democratic debate the other day or after the debate all okay do you know that the few minutes of the debate that I watched you know they were all talking about the you know how the economy yeah we need better jobs we need a better economy we need this as a are you know if you're running for governor if you're running for president should you be paying attention to what's going on right if you're going to trying campaign on the can the economy sucks it's it's not a good foundation lowest unemployment in like forever at Ross all different economic in the you know racial Strattera right and everybody on stage just saying the terrible economy right it is just kind of crazy so forty nine percent of respondents say they are not comfortable with their current level of emergency savings well that makes sense because you know what was that number the thirty nine percent of people only have savings right don't have savings I should say right okay and forty percent of everyday Americans say they feel about the next recession has already begun or will begin in the next twelve months and again all of the experts that were polled by Bankrate dot com disagree you know that Lee a that just makes me wonder how many of these people actually know what a recession is what's the definition of a recession there is a real true economic indicator that tells you when we are in a recession right yeah well when the yield curve kinda inverts that's one thing but we don't need to get into the weeds on that but when people are thinking that there's a recession that's happening right now what a recession actually is is two quarters of negative GDP growth all right negative we are not even close to that at this point now they're some signals that maybe there's a recession down the road but usually when you see the signals the recession is at least six months to a year away so the people that say all were already in a recession they they really don't know what they're talking about well first of all you have to know with GDP growth is the gross domestic product right and I believe the last couple of quarters it's it's like over three percent right yeah it's been crazy house fire four percent right right so and you're not gonna go from three and a half three point six three point seven three point eight percent to negative right I mean it's going to take some time to get there most of this crazy fluctuation in the stock market has to do not as much was stocks in the economy but it has to do with the fed and the fed raising and lowering and raising and lowering and people ranking they're gonna lower interest rates when and they don't and writes all the talk that we've been hearing about maybe they're going to raise rates maybe they gonna cut rates maybe they're gonna do this maybe they're going to do that that's what's created all the volatility and for people like you Chris professional traders that know what they're doing volatility means what opportunity yes that's what we want in the markets week at the academy will one of the objectives that we have is cut to kind of deep program you away from the thought that up is good in down is bad and what you really need to be understanding about the markets as if the markets are moving you have opportunity so volatility is not a negative word it is a positive word the gives you opportunities in the market so basically instead of just thinking up is good you want to think up or down is good just as long as the market's moving there you're going to have an opportunity to make money yeah sold most people they you know making money in the markets as the market falls you don't have to be a rocket scientist to be able to learn how to do this you just have to be exposed to the process I think when most people think about making money to the downside they think only professionals I had air quotes up when I said professionals can actually make money as the market falls and those professionals air quotes again are actually evil people you know people that are making money as the market goes down they can't be they can't be good people all those of the Americans they're able that's right of the people that are betting on the console on only down or whatever yeah that's that's a crock right the reality is the market goes up in the market goes down when we talk about a trend in the markets of say a bullish trend bullish is up in parishes down but when we talk about a bullish trend nobody expects a bullish trying to go in a straight line a bullish trend is defined as a series of higher highs and higher lows that implies the fact that there's going to be downward moves in an upward trend and to be able to take advantage of those downward moves is a skill that anybody can learn but every re professional trader out there knows that they've got to know how to make money as the market goes both directions otherwise you're going to make some money as the market goes one direction they're gonna give it back as it goes the other direction and you're gonna be on a treadmill that you're never going to get off of it never make any money even when the market consistently goes higher like it has done for the last ten years now right right like you're saying it there it's going to have some a some selloffs along the way or some bad weeks along the way right I know the president is keen since you know constantly saying the market's at record highs the market so record highs which it is but over the last year how many times have we seen a few bad days where the market goes down a few percentage points over the course of a week and then the next week it runs right back up so what is the definition of what is it higher highs and higher lows right a series of higher highs and higher lows so it does even when the market is constantly going up like it is now it's still has down days are down weeks and and if you know how to take advantage of it going up and going down you're gonna make a lot more money than just sitting there over X. amount of time while goes up and down so actually even for day traders out there are the people that we teach today train even and short periods of time when you look at the markets throughout like a single day you'll see that some stocks move in one direction for a period of time like time on a clock I'm saying for like thirty minutes the first thirty minutes the market the move one direction and then it'll retracing go the opposite direction and then retracing go back the other way and there's opportunities to make money going each of those directions if you can learn to recognize first where the market's turning and second learn how to profit is the market goes down so the opportunity is there and your competition that's out there trading these markets and meal don't forget this there is a I competition going on here for the money right and on one side you've got the retail traders that's you and me that's the individuals that are out there trying to make some money in the markets and then on the other side you got the banks and institutions and let me tell you the banks in institute institutions are very skilled at making money as the market goes down and if you don't know how to play that game you're essentially I've said this before a boxer and a ring standing with one arm tied behind your back and there's no way you're gonna win that battle so you have to be able to trade both directions yeah and as you mentioned taking advantage of of the stock market or any other market while it's going down learning the skills to do that learning the skills to to trade all of the asset classes using the leverage that's available to you at all this is not rocket science it's not something that's gonna take you ten years to learn or anything like that it's just a matter of it's like anything else you know what you don't know you don't know but right the opportunity to get into one of the workshops and start learning some of this and literally changing your life I say it all the time because when you see how much opportunity is available in all the markets the first thing you're going to think as man I wish I knew this earlier yeah sure it's it's like you're you're kind of a handyman guy to Chris right so it's like fixing your car a putting a new window in your house or repairing with a broken Stover reprising a piece of tile you know if you know what you're doing if you have the tools it's not really that hard the way I say it is everything's easy if you know what you're doing and if you have the right tools well okay got some tools writers well yeah absolutely you know you have to know what you're doing but you also have to have the tools absolutely so so the the people are going back to what Tony saw on the news the twenty eight percent of Americans that have no emergency savings and the eighteen percent of Americans that just have enough money for six months they you could probably benefit from getting into a workshop no question if you need a secondary stream of income and you currently have a job that takes up full eight or ten hours a day you gotta figure out another way to generate an income that's not gonna take up a bunch of time because that's the thing that's at a premium especially if you have a family so if you are trading in the markets what you can do is especially in these other asset classes were talking about futures and forex futures market is a twenty three hour day market the forex markets twenty four hour day market those two markets give you the opportunity to trade outside of normal business hours you can make some potentially great rates of return while you're you know if you're an early riser trade a little bit before you go to work if you are a late night owl just go ahead after you put the kids to bed you can start trading and that can be your secondary source of income and it doesn't take all your time I cannot.

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"next twelve months" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To China's massive pork industry could be about to spread to the chicken business. Every protein is going to feel the impact of African in China. Jeremy Scott senior analyst at Mizuho securities says as the disease continues to spread cost increases will spread right along with it. Demand shift, meats, like beef and chicken. And those prices are gonna go up as well how much could prices go up thinking at a minimum about fifteen twenty percent over the next twelve months? And that's just a short term implications of shortage. The vertical group says the disease could cause a four and a half percent reduction in global protein and it says chicken companies like pilgrim's pride and Sanderson farms could be among the biggest beneficiaries and rising prices could mushroom analysts say, mushroom, growers may benefit as well as restaurants start blending them with proteins to control their costs. I'm Denise Pellegrini. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio one thirty nine on WBZ. There are elections that are taking place across all EU countries this weekend. CBS news correspondent Elaine Kiana has more has already taken place in seven of the twenty eight Member States. The vote is a continent wide battle for influence in the EU right wing nationalists with a tough stance on. Degration are expected to make gains and return power to national governments. The result from every nation will be released Sunday evening, after the last polling station on the continent is close. Gary and Prime Minister Viktor Orban's saying that an anti Gration national conservative says today's elections are vital for voters to have their say on an important topic. Give very clear opinion on that to me reject migration, and we would like to see leaders in position of European Union who dejected migration, who would like to stop it and left. Many. Shift in the European public arena in favor of those political parties, who would like to stop the migration in the first official projections are expected around ten pm London time, later tonight, Senator Ron Johnson is discussing recent migrant deaths at the southern border on CVS face the nation. That was concert Republican discuss the trip he just took to the area where another migrant detainee died. This time as a result of the flu Senator Johnson, saying, there's growing concern following the outbreak of the virus, he says, although the processing centers have reopened, they are incredibly overcrowded, which whereas officials about the possibility of more flu deaths. Well officials at schools around the United States have started rethinking their approach to teen vaping as detested show arise in suspensions and other disciplinary responses to students getting caught using e cigarettes, many who previously emphasized discipline are now looking more closely at ways to prevent and treat nicotine addiction party. By educating students about the health risks ahead of sports Bart Starr, the gentlemen quarterback catalyst, Vince Lombardi's powerhouse Green Bay Packers teams. When the first Super Bowl in the history of the NFL has died at the age of eighty five star talking about his relationship with head coach. Vince Lombardi coach I said, I can take all of the chewing, you want to dish out. I understand your personality, and that's all well and good..

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"next twelve months" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"If you could pledge that for the next twelve months, it's been forever. It's just the next twelve months, or if that's three hundred twenty one time gift if you can make that gift right now, it will actually be doubled to save two families to families of four so eight people getting food for a year and water for life through food for the poor hand in hand with the local church, and when you give that gift, you'll be helping a mom like this mom that I met in Haiti last year. Nicholson. I have seven kids. To see Dr is much around. He ever comes here. Two kids and growing up here. Due to doing more for them, some basic aegis living. The neighbor. Finish able to get something to eat. Down. But that's always the case. Someone gives us a little bit of food. Eight five five nine zero seven four six seven three is the phone number for you to step into the life of Denise and her seven did you hear her say.

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"next twelve months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"More than five hundred thousand cars in the next twelve months. The forecast is actually made as as as an aside in discussion about where the future value of tesla vehicles. He's going let's look at the oil price sixty three fifty six strong week last week, but trading just a little bit lower this morning off about a half of one percent. Yield on the ten year ahead of trading in Tokyo, two point five six percent. Twelve minutes before the top of the hour to add Baxter in San Francisco who has some of the top stories making headlines. Thank you. Bryan. Curtis Kim Jong shaken up the highest levels of his military. He says he's willing to hold a third summit with Donald Trump while Mr. Trump has tweeted that would be good reportedly Kim has given the US until the end of the year to reach a nuclear deal. UK Prime Minister Theresa may coming under fire from members of her own party. She continues talks with Labour's Jeremy Corbyn saying it's the best solution. Parliament, by the way is in recess until. April. Twenty third though White House says it is serious about the possibility of placing some migrants in sanctuary cities Australia's Great barrier. Reef is near collapse the reef marine park. Thority says the well tells actually the Sydney Morning Herald that if the planet warms by another half degree, it will die and collapse. US house speaker Nancy Pelosi says that William bar attorney general may be whitewashing the Muller report on sixty minutes. She says, quote, he may be whitewashing. But I don't know if he's covering anything up. There's no use having that discussion. All we need to do is see the full Muller report. China says the east coast rail in Malaysia will finish by twenty twenty six and new name and the democratic race for president. It has Pete Buddha chick. Global news twenty four hours a day on the air and a tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Bryan, sir. I'm glad we had him say it, and you say it so much now. It's clear. Thank you. Let's. Let's take a look at the media review here from the Wall Street Journal this morning that the US in China. They're trade deal may include some penalties for China. If it manipulates sits currency to boost exports from the F T that the German five G regulators. Sees no reason to exclude hallway from their systems the Sydney Morning Herald says the government will stand by its decision on five G technology despite a Chinese complaint to the World Trade Organization and also in the F T KTAR declares Japan to be its highest priority outside the United States. The co founder of KKR judge Roberts says that he currently feels more comfortable investing in Japan than he does in China. That's a look at the media ten minutes before the top of the hour. Julia to you. Thank you Brian joined from Brisbane now by Caroline gain fit. Principal consultant and a specialist as well. As a mental at K, J, K J is a technology focused strategic advisory. Fin Caroline great to have you with us. So we know that there is a lack of women in stem in engineering construction. AI? Why do you think this is what is dissuading women from entering take careers? If you will. From what I've noticed is that full young women life find that the words I pay or engineering sound quite Dow savvy, and very technology focused that you have to like coating, and they can't really say I've noticed with the young women when you talk to them about the problems that technology can solve as a tow you can see the interest starting to pay. I think it's a way that it's my kid or discussed with them from quite young. I Caroline curious about your story. And how you got to this point in your career. I mean, what's a little bit of the history that that led you to where you are today. Well, I had an unusual. Stop my mother. She wants to be a ballerina and wasn't a great. He wasn't really that focused on education. I think something that could be important. So I really just had curiosity and love business and technology. Nothing full front of pick for two years now. And I for me is like the new technology wave -lution, very similar to what happened weighing Email started all selfish pain out, but it has more profound in my opinion. At petitions that can really help people in society. So just going back to that original point as well. You know, why do you think it is that we need to focus so much on mentoring women to get into this space? Why amend not sort of I guess feeling the same need? I think when you get into get they love working with technology or they love to look at even when you notice young boy, they love to figure out how things work and they can get excited by playing with technology. Young women are told a little bit differently. Like a lot of interested in ballet, or gymnastics or swimming. And we I think we have an unbiased consciousness as parents where we we don't encourage the goes and the same way as we do voice the type of thinking that that is involved really when you work with something like artificial intelligence, does it tend to be more abstract. I believe it does need to it as more abstract. She days a lot of thinking that goes eight she very different to software development and not with. I you do a lot of research and prototyping, and you need you need to really have a look at your data and experiment with it. And look at it and see where it's coming from. And if you don't have a diverse group of people viewing dais, I say, you get all young main come from the same university and not going to notice the gaps in the historic data is much. And if you've got women in in in their gives them the voice, you can start actually questioning what you're looking at 'em. What's actually needed? And that's the point isn't it? It's about diversity across the whole wet full not just in terms of gender. So what sort of things are you doing K J to ensure that we all saying a more diverse, and I guess across multi race old kinds of different backgrounds as well. K? I hate that a policy that we look what we have actually a very does this coach from different ethnicities. We employs many women as we can and main, but it's more about getting diversity thinking. And also when we doing the support and sponsorship for the young women leaders is we talking to other companies like Awa respect university in Deloitte, SUV upon people like that who is very focused and committed to getting more women and technology with false and encouraging internships and graduate program. Even with the discovery of the double helix. I mean, it was Watson and Crick that we're years for years considered to be the major discovers and Rosalind Franklin. The woman who was really involved in sharing some of her early. I guess for tog Affi for lack of a better word. It was really kind of the unsung hero that that contributed to. That discoveries. So to get back to the role of education in all of this. I mean, what can schools be doing to really increase the presence of women not only in artificial intelligence, but in science and technology overall. Be good. If they in schools, if they could bring in external people young women get in talking into the groups of next boys ago, getting them working on projects. And I believe personally that if you can target young people because they're interested a lot of them in solving problems in the world like just heard about great, Barry, whereas creating programs with these problem that they could possibly trying so food technology and getting mean toll from the community the business community to work with the schools to help them develop their ideas food. All right. Great insights. Thanks so much for joining us Carolyn games at principal consultant, a specialist mental at K J, which is a technology focused strategic advisory fem on the line from Brisbane the for us. I just bumped into David Finnity dug in the pantry and he asked me an interesting question. What are you more excited about these developments on Brexit? Oh, Tiger Woods winning them off to you mentioned. Tiger Woods winning the masters in a Nike which has been a huge his sponsor for tiger posted a new ad after he won the opening text. Was it's crazy and really it was very very apropos because woods has you know, has fallen from grace or did through a series of personal scandals going back in the early two thousand shot back to become this year's master champ. He's now got fourteen this is the first one I should say in fourteen years one of the things that was interesting about the video. He's got fifteen major titles. He said in the video is a very very young child that he was going to be. Jack, Nicklaus nNcholas, incidentally has eighteen so he's three away. Very very close. Yeah. He said it's crazy to think a forty three year old who's experienced every time and every is chasing the same jury at the three year old woods for Monday. All right. Brian could pull and take me through the next window. This is a time is running out three northern white rhinos left in the world. 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"next twelve months" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

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"next twelve months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Has to be extremely pleased that he's been able to get legitimacy on the international front and has done virtually nothing the changes behavior within his own country. The president announced last night that the second summit will be the end of the month in Vietnam may while the president again, declaring victory of Islam estate in Syria. This before the global. The coalition to the fight defeat. Isis. It should be formally announced. Sometime probably next week that we will have one hundred percent of the caliphate. This with the backdrop of a new U N report saying that Islamic state is responsible for more attacks in Syria and Iraq in the last six months than any other country in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Doug. All right. We're at nine minutes past the hour and our guest for the half hour is Kris Weston is head of research pepper stone financial on the line from Melbourne. Let's begin in your home turf, Chris because we had Philip low from the Reserve Bank of stroll yesterday talking about to increase Rix, risk both at home and abroad. And now we've got neutral policy for the Rb. This is not really that surprising, though, is it. Oh, absolutely. Not. Surprised that it wasn't reflected in the Reserve Bank statement on chew site. But now we've got a situation where he sort of pre seated everything that we're gonna say in the statement monetary policy on Friday and yawning we've been saying building evidence for the state back between the deteriorating asset for being saying housing of the key foot Throwdown inequity mall. It's as well and papers wealth effects. We've seen it in business sentiment. We've seen in the west leading index we've been saying inconceiva- numbers as well. And moving to that that absolute pinnacle of a neutral buys something that said was absolutely had to happen. And I think the mall is all the Australian clean blood because he's come out in the case of Reagan writes says yeah, throwing Cussing, right? So got that knowing that the next twelve months that's going to be ruling risks, and they'll probably have to cut right? Yeah. What a difference a day makes this time yesterday. We were talking about a possible bias toward tightening. Right. Chris taking a look at the AUSSIE. Right now. It's just it's a seventy one cents just a little over that. Where do you think this is going to be going there short-term then? Offing they show gaming. Everyone is. On the side. A big adjustment had to move now. And I think it's pretty interesting is that the all very very similar to what we've been saying from the state of has won the slight play. Now. I said fine, we could rise rights, we cut rights. And now he's about the evidence for new study. And so that's what we've got our eyes on in the next few weights hanging to next couple of months things like wage data on on the on the twenty four hours on the United States. Consumer sentiment numbers JD pay in early March as well as the situation. Continues this trend everything saying, so, you know, a number of now house parties coming third in the next couple of months as well. Then. The. The market is pricing on the hot will increase quite Shelby. So the question is whether or not if there's some kind of meaningful movement in U S, China trade relations, whether that changes the tone of what you're seeing right now down under we can talk about that. When we continue with the Kris Weston of pepper stone financial here on daybreak Asia mixed picture for Pac rim equity markets. Details. Coming up this is Bloomberg. Gallagher is a graduate of NJIT, New Jersey institute of technology. He rose to become president of a global specialty chemicals company generating five hundred.

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"next twelve months" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And clap like that's something that any normal human being should be saying he does worry me that presidents declaring a national emergency based upon their judgment unless it is really really really clear. I do think the borders national emergency. But I know that if that precedent is set by this president heaven forbid, the next time, we have a democrat, and it's probably going to be twenty twenty four and looks like it might be president Okaz Cortez. I know she doesn't know anything. But liberals don't care. They don't care. You guys can look at me. Like, I'm crazy. They just do not care that she doesn't know. Anything sounds right? Like they liked the whole package. She's a socialist. And she owns it. And they're all into it. So twenty twenty four year we come. I'm feeling very confident about Trump's chances twenty twenty I know that can all change, but special counsels not gonna take him down. No way. And the media's credibility is worse than it was the first time around when he ran he's gonna be able to pummel them, and it'll be highly amusing and very much deserved. And the economy strong made a lot of good decisions. Great on judges. Although, you know, friend of mine brought up recently, what about the possibility of from a strategic jurisprudence perspective supreme court. Thomas retiring deciding that he's going to retire and allow Trump in the next twelve months to replace Justice Thomas now, I don't know it's going to be harder place. Justice Thomas with somebody that is of that caliber, and that kind of truly conservative constitutional constitutionally sound approach, but it might be a good idea. Get that supreme court really conservative. I mean, just go all in on this this notion of the air or pretending like, we're all going to agree on a centrist, Merrick garland candidate. That's all that's a laugh because the centrist always go for the lips. And we know this. I can't even try. We can't even trust words. We before Trump's administration is out John Roberts is going to deal. A crushing. Blow to constitutional conservatism with at least one if not a couple of decisions, we were you sit there and say. Was this guy been reading out of the communist manifesto? What is his problem? But I'm telling you, he's an is more than he's a conservative. So you can expect that to happen. I got a little more the Pelosi Trump feud. I know we're running out of time. I've got updates on the Covington situation gonna talk to you about the truth of the back and forth over Trump, China trade. Got to talk to you about a gun case second amendment gun case in New York City with big implications. Gonna make fun of the media gonna roll call. I've got a phenomenal guests by the way on immigration coming up in the next hour. He worked down at the border as a process in the border region. As a prosecutor and men he's got some great stuff to tell you about. That's all coming up. I'm Buck Sexton. Thanks for listening to the Buck Sexton show on talk radio six eighty WCBS. Hey, everybody. I'm here in studio with Mark buckman CEO of global verification network. You know, Mark what I think is really interesting is how you've drawn on your military knowledge to help companies become more efficient and effective when hiring new people, thanks book. My years in the navy flying airborne reconnaissance taught me that you can never be too prepared or to accurate. This was critical to protecting our fellow servicemen and women, and it was fun to mental to.

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"next twelve months" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on Back To Back

"I mean, where do you want to take eliminate you know, in in the short term, like do you have ideas for either musically or just in general with the project like things you want to accomplish what you want to do with it plans for the next twelve months right now, I'm focusing on finishing this EP which I'm I'm hoping is going to be five tracks. So it's a fairly big projects. And in my opinion. It's it's. There's two tracks that aren't done. So three of them are pretty much wraps and then too. I have I haven't even sent them to disciple yet. So I don't know what exactly what we'll cross that bridge when it come to it. But I I'm hoping it'll be five songs and all of them. I think and I don't want to hype it up too much. But in my opinion, they're like my best work so far. So I'm really really looking forward to finally because I haven't I mean, my last was in may. And this one's not going to come out till it'll be a little it'll be a little while from now, I really am just excited to get it out and show this like, I don't know. It's there's some diversity in it. But also, I think kind of remains to the sound that I've been producing sure I mean, I think that's those are the best kinds of releases where you know, older fans can connect to it. But you're still progressing and still you've all been. Yeah. So I'm I'm just really really excited to do that. And then after that, I mean, I don't know who knows I. I obviously want to keep touring because that's it's just it's really cool to get to do some hoping continue doing that. And I would like, I don't know. 'cause I'm still, you know, I'm still fairly small artists will definitely small artists. So I'm not doing a headlining tour or anything. I don't know. There's a lot of bigger artists that I would like just really love to go on like an actual tour with I'm doing some like five maybe six dates with downlink. Oh that'll be. Yeah. I'm really excited about that. Because he's another just he's a. Yeah. Far as the music goes after the EP I really haven't even thought about it. Yeah. But that's my main focus right now. And I think I'm hoping that the people get releases are so short lived. But I'm hoping this little like, you know, last awhile. Yes. Each track kind of has its own. It's they're all they're all different. I guess, but but similar doesn't make. Just going to have to wait to hear the. Also, I'm not trying to talk too much. I'm just really exciting for man. Yeah. You gotta play me something we stop recording. But no man this really cool. I'm glad we linked up for this..

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"next twelve months" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"I'm wrong. I think they did a nice job the question before the season. Like there was no question Dinwiddie with their like, Joe Harris. Great pick. Joe here's another good one Lavertu was clearly going to be a good player, if he stays healthy, which I guess is still has to be an if Allen was clearly after last year going to be good player to question going into the season was do they get through the season and feel good about point guard in if they do because I agree with you. The crab thing is is a clear like black Mark disaster. Shouldn't addition of done it. They can you imagine they had this team plus enough cap space to be a predator at the trade deadline get another pick. I mean, that's that's the that's the forfeited opportunity. Even the Carol trait is like turned up pretty okay for them. They. Pick. It's gonna be a good pick. But but the question before the season was if they get through this season, if they feel bad about point guard than I still think they're they're pretty close to square one. And they're going to get through the season. I think feeling pretty good about point garden with fascinating negotiation with the ngelo Russell because they already signed Dinwiddie. Obviously who's I think starter caliber good not top ten starter. But starter Cal ever good wrestler tough. He he might be somebody who should be paid by the year. Yeah. It's it's gonna be a really interesting to go. She because he's like I said he's turned a corner. I don't think he's turned the corner. He he is make he makes a lot of difficult shots in you just wonder slump coming defensively, he still kind of a train wreck. But but he's he's made a lot of progress enough that you could feel good about him at the right salary. And yeah, I think they've done a other than crab like, I think they've done outstanding job. Let's end with this. What franchise? Out of the thirty deal. The worst for for their fans who was the. So we can't say the Sonics because they're not one of the thirty. But the answer exotics, though, there that's going to change. I think in four years they have a team. Okay. The worst who do you feel the worse for what fan base? You can't say Cleveland because they know they wanna title they got one five year grace period. And they're getting Zion because they have to win the lottery every couple of years by the rule of the week. I am going to say boy, you're gonna I'm not gonna make any friends. I let's let's not make friends I think Charlotte. Show with Memphis may be knocking on the door. If the next twelve months goes in a bad direction yet, but Memphis at least as Jerry Jackson. That's true. I forgot about the I I mean, Charlotte Detroit are are are up there. You would be you know, the Knicks porzingus and some hope the wizards have couple good play. I mean who else is a candidate. Who do you? What's your answer candidates would be think Charlotte is my answer? I think in the west you could make a case that everybody's in okay shape. Very, you know, even like Sacramento who's been the league punching bag for really since. Oh four, but that is one of the feel good situations. We have so it's gotta be east conference. Charlotte was on my list. I think Orlando's on the list. I think the traits on the list your land up there and. In weirdly, the wizards. Those would be my four I think the wizards fans are just like fatigued it just it's just like a lot of. It's just a it's it's like all this drama to not be very good. It's just like I'm giving the thing with the wiz. That I think is frustrating for their fans is they just over and over again end up in these salary situations where you just it's like four years from now, we're we're free, right? So now they're in again, it's like four years from now. John wall's contract expires, didn't we just go this through this with Gilbert arenas and anti Jamison? And they just recurring theme with them. So I don't know. I I think you're right on Charlotte, though, because Kemp is probably gonna leave. Well, see even worse even worse. He stays. But gets a max even though he's not a top. I don't know. We've no proof..

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"next twelve months" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"Our fearless leader Mr. porter stans Barry, praying the whole. I got sniffles into this. Come on your appro. I know you've got to work through it. I should just take it like a champion go. Let's make this the best show we've ever had. Let's start out with this. Over under what are the odds that within the next twelve months? Elon Musk is arrested. Not saying not saying convicted. I mean, say he's going to win or lose, but arrested. Then the next twelve months criminal probe has begun is that. So I saw him smoking a joint on a podcast that Remmel probe relating to his claim that tesla had what was the word? He used secured funding yard funding, but the funding is secured. The rumor was that the SEC was going to investigate which should Remmel, but now the DOJ is going to jump on top. Never do a dual investigation Remmel investigation. And you know what's nice about that is our model portfolio was among the victims of this swindle because apparently the funding wasn't secured and the stock didn't go to four hundred and twenty dollars a share. It went straight down to. I think it's now around to eighty two last time I checked. Yeah. So here's a better question. Should we put someone in jail for a statement on Twitter. That he can't retract what's out there for not only that, but he taught at people who said he didn't have funding. So I, I would say, and this is just my opinion. But I would say that when I read something on Twitter, my normal bias is that it might be true, right? But I don't. I would never make an investment decision long or short based on something that someone said, apparently off the cuff on Twitter, I can tell you poor. There are a lot of these crypto Twitter accounts out there with crypto that are talking like Mr. crypto, currency, all this stuff at some of them have big followings. That is probably not. It's probably not wise to get your cryptocurrency advice from an anonymous Twitter account. That could be some dude in Estonia. Well, have about this. I don't think it's wise for you to link a crypto currency by the way, who is the who is the person that invented crypto currency. Doc Nakashima. Whoever's name is. If it's one person, it could be group. No one knows who that is. So I would say it's not really wise to put your stock of savings into a digital scheme where you don't even know who the founder of it was much less how the software works at Toshi. Knock Emoto. Yes, node old Toshiki right up. Someone who doesn't actually exist. So let's just say that people's willingness to do things that are foolish based on what they've read on Twitter as at an all time high. And I don't really think that that we should turn that into a criminal matter. That's just my belief. My belief is that when you hear something, it might be true and the financial markets are where that truth will play out, but you've gotta do your own research to make sure it is true, but they problem with that. It's the CEO of the company. It is a CEO. Do you know how do you know his Twitter account wasn't hacked me, let's start there. Even even if you do know it really is him. Okay. Well, that's a pretty big claim. He would have set that apology. Please don't open anything further until my Twitter account. What does that mean funding secured? We don't really know. No, it's he's not saying if he came out on Twitter and said, the Saudi investment fund has agreed to purchase half of the company at four hundred twenty billion dollar valuation. That's a lot different than saying, thinking about taking tesla, private funding secured which may have had the same result. Right, right. Well, my only violated porter. Oh, it's curious, fraud, ten, be five. He made a statement of fact a material statement of fact as an officer of the company that was false. I mean, he he, that's a Harry's fraud. He's lying about his security in a way that is designed to enrich himself. There's no question about any of that. It Steph is Kurt fraud..

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"next twelve months" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Gives you a contingency plan that even when wentz comes back and he's coming back he's proven east struggles stay on the field he got injured in college a couple years ago at a much smaller level in the nfl two years in the nfl and again i love carson wentz if i had a number one overall fantasy draft of real football he'd be my number one overall pick for the next ten years but it's a little risky he's got two major injuries in the last five years he's got to stay healthy and whenever you have a quarterback that you say well he's got to stay healthy you have to have a good backup plan so to me i don't think a team would offer more than a third and i don't know if that's enough given the eagles situation to justify trade so i really see fools on this team for the foreseeable future that being this year year to year league so foreseeable future the next twelve months is a long time in the nfl next question it's a long one okay let me get this out from from permit do you subscribe to the philosophy that nfl team should scout thirty two college programs like the like the scout the other nfl teams this allows you to a better understanding is a good question of who may be available in the following year straffed and build your draft board even though it's a rough product for the next year may also allow you to find some hidden gems in great programs i see where you're saying here i would say here's the problem you already scout the big five programs the power five programs you know the pac twelve big twelve big ten the sec in the acc pretty heavily you know you pay a decent amount of money you have guys all over the league and scouting services that most teams subscribe to give you a list of guys and because you're scouts are going like i remember my last year in the nfl going into.

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"next twelve months" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Gives you a contingency plan that even when wentz comes back and he's coming back he's proven east struggles stay on the field he got injured in college a couple years ago at a much smaller level in the nfl two years in the nfl and again i love carson wentz if i had a number one overall fantasy draft of real football he'd be my number one overall pick for the next ten years but it's a little risky he's got two major injuries in the last five years he's got to stay healthy and whenever you have a quarterback that you say well he's got to stay healthy you have to have a good backup plan so to me i don't think a team would offer more than a third and i don't know if that's enough given the eagles situation to justify trade so i really see fools on this team for the foreseeable future that being this year year to year league so foreseeable future the next twelve months is a long time in the nfl next question it's a long one okay let me get this out from from permit do you subscribe to the philosophy that nfl team should scout thirty two college programs like the like the scout the other nfl teams this allows you to a better understanding is a good question of who may be available in the following year straffed and build your draft board even though it's a rough product for the next year may also allow you to find some hidden gems in great programs i see where you're saying here i would say here's the problem you already scout the big five programs the power five programs you know the pac twelve big twelve big ten the sec in the acc pretty heavily you know you pay a decent amount of money you have guys all over the league and scouting services that most teams subscribe to give you a list of guys and because you're scouts are going like i remember my last year in the nfl going into.

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"next twelve months" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"next twelve months" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Into the assets they had already had some pretty big leasing progress some and brought four pretty solid tenants in and then when you actually l look that fact that it was it was clear that this this was a high probability of being a layup refi in the next twelve months we bought this bond based on all that information at fifty cents in the dollar we were owed nine points of coupon that had yet to be paid to that bond so effectively your new powers now 109 and then the paying off at think in under nine months on that one so you know that's unique example of their of being involved in both breach and cnb ass and being able to kind of piece together something to put it all that at all the info is out there in the public domain usga dig tell me your story but how you guys connected at first i know all three of us nuredaim guys so that's part of the story but i'd love to hear what the origin story was for your partnership from from your gemelli thing on which which is which is more which is thought here i mean i guess i guess it's probably it's probably you can hear both sides for me so you as you mentioned you and i were seem seem year at nuredaim and i was one of those kids who worked my butt off in high school but once i got the college go north ammos around dawn checking out and i had other interests i had all their interest in school until i think it was summer between sophomore junior i started reading a lot i was reading about finance and i read ugly americans and 'liar's poker and our burns at the gate and all those good ones mostly from from the '80s '90s and i said wow this this seems fawn it would didn't seem like what they were talking about a corporate finance class it was actually it was hard hitting and fast and it was more car play hard and i was like i i can i could do that that sounds fun and then eyes and i went and saw called advisors like will no one's gonna hire eugrade zantac he's like you've been says you're eating quota after classes and so that i started really apply myself and i and i.

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