35 Burst results for "Ninety Thousand Dollar"

July Home Sales up 1% as Prices Reach Unprecedented Levels

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

July Home Sales up 1% as Prices Reach Unprecedented Levels

"Sales of new homes rose last month along with the cost sales of new homes rose a modest one percent in July after a string of declines while new home prices set records the commerce department says the median price of a new home sold in July climb to an all time high of just over three hundred and ninety thousand dollars that's up a whopping eighteen point four percent from a year ago the July rebound in sales comes after drops in the three months before as builders confronted problems with an increase in lumber prices and a shortage of construction workers showing up later Washington

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"The usual Domestic suspects were missing. I think there's still a lot of money out there. I'm hoping from our perspective from buying perspective in april it's not going to be too difficult Think it's going to be an interesting dynamic The korean racing authority. I think has put a temporary ban on importing courses from the from i guess from other countries And they drive the market in april. So you know. The japanese came in and kind of make things tough for the americans that this sale. They're usually little active at the next sale Usually the cream come in. They're not going to be there. Just interesting dynamics Interesting yeah that's interesting And i'm i'm just one of the one of the things i always like to do is do the you know the alphabetic indexing On on the sales Sort and you look to see who you know who bought what and you'll also see some names some some activity that that invite question Shirley cavalieri bought four horses and not a name. I'm familiar with the ninety thousand dollar. Tis now and ninety thousand dollar honor code bought four colts a forty. Two thousand dollar frosted any thirty. Five thousand dollar mcclain's music gonna have to see right right. I mean to around terrier bred. my my guess. Maybe somebody who's based in canada but Yeah i wouldn't not sure about that one. We'll we'll we'll dig through looking.

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How Monster Beverage Shares Soared a Monster 100,000% in the Last 20 Years

Odd Lots

03:19 min | 1 year ago

How Monster Beverage Shares Soared a Monster 100,000% in the Last 20 Years

"This has become one of your favorite companies. Not just because the story around bro. Culture is quite interesting right now. Lots of people are playing more video games. Were all stuck at home in. So maybe wanna drink more of this particular beverage while you're gaming but also because the returns on this one have just been absolutely stunning yet. Exactly right so. The company is a monster beverage. You've almost certainly seen them like at any deli or grocery store anything. They're known for their big cans of heavily. Caffeinated drinks sugary like super aggressive label labels on them. and it's like this sort of like very like macho. Frankly bro beverage and the stock has done phenomenally well but depending on exactly what Settings you use. it's it might be the single best performing stock in history or certainly over the last twenty or so years. I figured southlake eighty-five thousand percent over the last twenty years or one point it was like it's just unreal. We're talking like bitcoin level returns actually could probably put like bitcoin indie Etf to but we're talking like a bitcoin level returns for a company that sells a sh- sugary caffeinated beverages. Right and i think when most people think about the best performing stock of the past couple of decades they're going to think about amazon or google or apple or something like that. Not many people are gonna think about you. Know a consumer facing beverage company after. Tell you something. So i don't know much about monster I've never had one of the energy drinks. Although i am very aware of the branding and advertising strategy has been a big part of their success. And i'm sure we're going to get into that on the podcast. But i have to say in the course of doing some research for this episode. I found the most amazing anecdote on read it. Of course it came from read. It changes that perfect. What what what the anecdote. So i think it was on the financial independence retirement early board but it was some guy who said he invested ninety thousand dollars in monster energy drinks I think this was in two thousand ten. He posted and he said he'd invested five years ago so basically he had a five hundred percent increase on that ninety thousand dollar position which made him a millionaire in the space of five years and the best part of it was he wrote that in two thousand ten everyone on the message board basically said you are absolutely crazy. I can't believe you have this huge chunk. Appoint foley of your portfolio in a single stock. You need to sell it right now. And of course had he held onto it at. I don't even know what it would be worse now but like the big spike in monster energy came after two thousand ten so you can only imagine what ninety k. Invested back in two thousand five with look like after a fifteen year. A monster run in monster energy. It's really incredible. I mean it's like one of these charts where you just like slice it up. And you're like holy crap. These amazing returns and then you zoom out and looks even more amazing. It's just. It's just

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Catfisher posing as Bruno Mars scammed woman out of $100K: Cops

Mason & Ireland

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Catfisher posing as Bruno Mars scammed woman out of $100K: Cops

"Good cat fishing story here. Sixty three year old texas woman was tricked out of one hundred thousand dollars fishing. Khan who convinced her that she was dating bruno mars. The victim told police that she created an account on instagram in two thousand eighteen in search of companionship and then somebody claiming to be mars contacted her court documents state that the woman fell in love with person that she believed to be mars after he spent three months sending her dozens of photos of the grammy winner while he was on tour de catfish or even promised her that he would quit his current tour to be with her but he never did then. The scammer began requesting money from the woman. I asking her for a ten thousand dollar check for tour expensive. oh. I don't know why. Bruno mars would need ten thousand dollars for tour tour. I digress two days later. He allegedly hit her up again for money asking for ninety thousand dollars. The cat fisher is now in custody and has been charged with a third degree felony of money laundering.

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Why Nursing Homes' COVID-19 Legal Shields May Interfere With Other Cases

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:27 min | 1 year ago

Why Nursing Homes' COVID-19 Legal Shields May Interfere With Other Cases

"You listen to podcasts. In twenty seven states nursing homes have gotten special legal protections during the covid nineteen pandemic that means in most cases families can't sue if someone they love got sick or died at one the nursing home say they're doing the best they can and they need those legal shields but that also may stop people whose injuries have nothing to do with covid from seeking justice in the courts. Noel talked with. Npr's jaffe been looking into this. Why were these laws passed in the first place. You remember that. The corona virus outbreak started as far as most people were aware in a nursing home and currently long term care facilities account for more than a third of all deaths from covid nineteen nursing homes were caught scrambling for personal protective equipment. They were shifting recommendations of how contagious disease was and the industry made a case that they shouldn't be held responsible for dealing with this moving target. Are there any lawsuits pending against nursing homes relating to covid or did these immunity laws. Basically finish them off. While there is one in durham north carolina. It's questioned whether it's related to covid. Possibly it's the first of its kind involves the death of a woman named palestine house. Her daughter lisa set her. Mother's death had nothing to do with corona virus. Her mother had a pressure ulcer or bedsores there commonly known she'd had it since december of twenty eighteen and it just got worse. It became infected. Lisa how said she begged traber and rehabilitation center. Send her mother to the emergency room but they assured us that they could handle it. Lisa house and her three sisters had their doubts and their experience traber and rehabilitation center. Didn't seem to be able to handle much on a scale of one to five stars. The federal government gives traber and just one it also gets below average ratings on the ratio of nurses to residence. The government has find traber. Almost one hundred ninety thousand dollars in the past three years. We were there a lot and we found ourselves having to bathe her just general things they were supposed to do. We'd come in several times when she hadn't been fed her just sitting there. The house sisters hadn't had a lot of luck with nursing homes. In general trae burn was the third one they tried. It was close to where they live so the sisters could visit often but it hardly mattered. One families were locked out of nursing homes in march. Everything got harder and took longer. Palestine house needed specialists in wound care and iv antibiotics. Lisa house had her mother's power of attorney again. She begged trae burn rehabilitation to send her mother to the emergency room where they could find the specialists. She needed again. She was turned down their excuses. Were well the hospitals not taking new patients because of covert and she would be safer she stayed here and the facility is equipped to take care of your mother and none of those things turned out to be true. Palestine house died a train rehabilitation center on april fourteenth. Twenty twenty one month later. North carolina passed a sweeping liability shield for long term care facilities. The nursing homes with rare exceptions were immune from lawsuits. The measure was made retroactive to march tenth. Lisa house and her sisters decided to suit rayburn. Anyway elizabeth todd is their attorney. Palestine house did not have to die in that way or at that time and for the legislature to say that the nursing homes need protection in the middle of a pandemic not the nursing. Home patients is outrageous and it's unjust north carolina's immunity law lasts until the pandemic is over. Todd is especially worried that the law gives the free past nursing homes with low staffing trayvon and so literally the nursing homes can take their own understaffing their chronic understaffing and use it as a shield to prevent any liability at all during the covid pandemic through their attorneys train. Rehabilitation center declined comment but for many in the long term care industry. These immunity measures are welcome. Relief says dave voelpel. Ceo of the zona healthcare association. Arizona governor doug ducey was among the first to sign an executive order granting nursing homes and assisted living facilities legal immunity and for that we apart him. Because that just takes a little bit of pressure off. Though paul says it allows facilities to focus on what's most important we need to worry about. Keeping covert out of the building that sometimes that cuts into the bottom line says bubble take for instance one hundred bed building and they really have fifty rooms two beds per room that to keep infection from spreading those double rooms may have to be converted to private rooms. So revenue is cut in half. It really takes its toll on the business side of the ledger. Long term care facilities face a crisis if existential proportions says mark reagan the attorney for the california association of health facilities that's because liability insurance are excluding things covert when they renew policies which would mean that any claims made regarding covert infection would be subject to exclusion and no insurance coverage congressional. Republicans wanted a national immunity law but dropped as part of the deal for the latest coronavirus. Relief package reagan. Still has hopes what we're merely asking for is stats caregivers. And their employers. Don't get punished for doing the best that they could. Under the circumstances. I imagine that the family of palestine house doesn't in fact the nursing home was doing the best it could for their mother. Well right there attorney. Elizabeth todd points out that one of north carolina's immunity criteria is that facility must be acting in good faith and she doesn't see how can argue that they did that. So where does

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21-year-old man charged in shooting that killed 11-year-old in west Houston

The Michael Berry Show

02:29 min | 1 year ago

21-year-old man charged in shooting that killed 11-year-old in west Houston

"Seventy one years ago today. All audits lead singer and lyricist of free later. Bad comedy is born. In middlesbrough england desmond. Hawkins is twenty one years old. He was just arrested for murdering a forty one year. Old man and an eleven year old boy desmond. Hawkins was free on bond for a two thousand sixteen capital murder which came during the commission of a robbery so he's already been caught for another murder but he was freed he was granted the ninety thousand dollar bond in december of last year. So for nine thousand dollars he could get out and kill two more people. 'cause you only pay ten percent of the bond out wile on bond for capital murder this sweet desmond. Hawkins violated his electronic monitoring conditions in september. So he's accused of committing a murder credibly so he's got an ankle monitor to keep him because we can't we can't hold him he might get to cove it and he's got lots more murders to commit as he show so we'll put an ankle monitor on him deals with these side hustle with these ankle monitor companies. So we'll give him an ankle monitor so he had run the girls in and out of his apartment wherever he is or his baby mamas apartment. When she's not there. I guess they they come in and out. And so violates those conditions back in september so surely we went and arrested him then because he violated the terms of his bond. Well a bond violation report was filed but no action was taken

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Kelly Loeffler's Atlanta mansion 'Descante' mysteriously dropped in value by millions of dollars, giving her a tax cut of roughly $88,000

The Young Turks

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Kelly Loeffler's Atlanta mansion 'Descante' mysteriously dropped in value by millions of dollars, giving her a tax cut of roughly $88,000

"Republican senator kelly law flers multimillion dollar home rapidly depreciated in value resulting in a much lower property tax bill. Now no one can explain why especially at a time when all of her neighbors property values went up She and her husband had pumped money into remodeling this extravagant mansion. And usually when you do that the property value goes up. But i'll give you the details and you decide for yourselves. If something shady is going on leffler in her husband. Jeffrey sprecher bought a fifteen thousand square foot atlanta mansion known as discount for ten point five million dollars in two thousand nine the value of the estate as praise by fulton county government officials for the purpose of calculating annual property tax stews. Remain the same for the next seven years but then something weird happen in two thousand sixteen. The praise value suddenly plunged to four point. One five million sixty percent decline. So how does that translate to lower property tax while property taxes of course are calculated based on the value of the home and if the value of the home goes up your property tax bill goes up and if it goes down of course your property tax bill goes down now. Originally they were paying two hundred thousand dollars annually to the city and county governments in property taxes. That in two thousand sixteen after their home's value dropped. They paid ninety thousand dollars since then. The appraised value of their home has risen to roughly five million. But they're still paying about eighty thousand dollars less a year than they did when they first bought their home

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Tory Lanez pleads not guilty in Megan Thee Stallion shooting

Mojo In The Morning

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Tory Lanez pleads not guilty in Megan Thee Stallion shooting

"Tori lanes back in court yesterday for shooting. Megan thee stallion he entered his plea of not guilty. Now the la county da's office hit him with one count of assault with a semiautomatic firearms. One count of carrying a loaded unregistered firearm in a vehicle. Also alleged that tori inflicted great bodily injury on meghan again. He pleaded not guilty. He already posted that one hundred and ninety thousand dollars bond. He's been ordered to stay away from her. He is facing twenty two years and eight months behind bars if convicted

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College? There Has Got to Be a Better Way

Company of One with Dale Callahan

04:43 min | 1 year ago

College? There Has Got to Be a Better Way

"Today. We're talking college. And i'm going to talk a little quieter today because well. I'm doing this early in the morning. Because i didn't get it done in time so this is one of those times it. I'm trying to adjust in. Or i can't be it's loud and obnoxious. Maybe as i usually am but today we want to explore is the option of paying for college. Now if you've listened to the company of one you know that what we do here. Is we try to help you. Look at yourself as a company a company of one because you're earning money in exchange for providing service. That's the economy that we live in and the earning money in exchange for service is the definition of business so every one of us were company. I was having a conversation yesterday with a potential client. And i was explaining to him. What you're doing is basically as a consultant inside of a large organization so you're consulting operation so when you start looking at yourself that way you start examining how you spend money you start examining the things that you are doing to move the needle i what. What is it that matters in so this issue of college comes up now transparency. If you don't know me. I t to a faculty member of electrical engineering faculty member at a major university. And i run an executive graduate program so i bring in professional people probably like yourselves and we do We help you. Move to the the needle to the next point so while i so i don't want to be in hip regret so if you're sitting here saying we're talking about college but you've got skin in the game. So yes i do. So but i do want to step back. This is the conversation. I often have inside the university with the college administrators at the people who are deans program chairs In try to understand what is it that we and i mean we as the public. What do we value. What do we want from the university. And so i'm going to take this apart from a parent's point of view from a parent. Who's about to send their children to college or the thinking through this because the the conversation that i'm often finding myself in is college. There's got to be a better way. I mean this what parents say to me and yet what are they going to do. They're going to do the same thing that all the rest of us do. They're going to just pay the bill. They're going to send kids to college. And to put this in context Many of us don't know you know we're thinking our kids can get these full tuition scholarships and things but the way colleges are working right now. Parents are basically paying seventeen thousand dollars a year. Give or take out of pocket when everything is paid for if everything isn't paid for then Well it gets worse so it can cost a lot of money even when your kids get great scholarships the colleges this money pit and it used to offer things right used to offer these great opportunities and we can argue that chosen. Will it still offers those Pub we also can look around and realized it doesn't always work for everyone so there's got to be a better way so let's just kind of dive in and think about. What are some of the things that when you go to college. What are some of the issues that we know of massive debt. Now every day in the wall street journal new york times or any other publication. Somebody is writing about the questioning college in the wall street journal just the other day. I'll try to put to link to the show notes. By the way the show notes her. Del kellyanne dot com slash two zero two episode. Two hundred two. Don't callahan dot com slash two hundred two. But every time they were talking about this in this article in the wall street journal was one of those. They're talking mostly about debt. And the article in the wall street journal had some lady that was a psychologist she had a phd gone through To get a phd in psychology making eighty ninety thousand dollars a year a great salary and but she had hundreds of thousands of dollars a debt. Her husband Had a labor job was making about the same amount in had zero debt. And

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Debt Is Never the Answer with Dave Ramsey

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:54 min | 2 years ago

Debt Is Never the Answer with Dave Ramsey

"My twenties, I believed what a lot of people believe. The borrow money to make money. I got a degree in finance and the power of leverage and the simplistic formula that if you borrow at one interest rate by percent, four percent, and you reinvested, and you make ten or twelve percent that you're making the spread. That is simplistic, primitive wrong, but I believe that lots of people quote that to me on twitter. to show how ignorant I am that I just don't understand the power of leverage, but I do understand the power of leverage and. Four million dollars worth of real estate until I was twenty four and twenty five years old, and I bought it right so I had a net worth of a million dollars, which means only owed three million on the four million and make a couple of hundred thousand dollars a year flip in properties and doing things, but leverage is a two edged sword, and people never talk about the other edge of it. They always. It only works when it works. Marring money only works when it works. And so, what happened to us was we went broke because the bank called her notes, and we didn't have any liquid. We didn't mean money. We weren't laid on the notes. They just panicked. hysteria tax climate that we were in the presidential climate that we were in and called. You know, look around. Song is ninety short-term notes for flips, and they call them, so we spent two and a half years losing everything we own well in that process I had a an existential crisis. And everything that I believed evidently was wrong. Yeah, and so I went through this whole thing of my intellect, being crushed and questioning and as a Christian I was met God on the way up I got to know him on the way down, and so I started studying biblical finance, and I found the borrowers slave to the lender, and I found one hundred percent of the references in the Bible to dead or negative. And so as a believer that puts a challenge against your finance degree. Yeah, no kidding and you go okay. Somebody's wrong and somebody's right because they're two polar opposites, and you can't just say well, you know sometimes. It's not sometimes in the Bible. And it's all the time in the finance classroom. That's right that you borrow, and so I had to really took me why at first I was in a position and that I just bought it based on my faith. Okay, I don't borrow money. God said. Don't borrow money on. Borrow money period. And then over time I've started understand the intellectual reasons for that the mathematical reasons for that and so I don't borrow money by basically when you borrow money, you increase risk. and. When business people say zero. Five hundred thousand dollars to buy this piece of equipment. They do not. Ascertain risk. They say I can borrows money at six percent and I can put the piece of equipment to work and I can make twelve or fourteen percent on my money, but that's only if everything goes perfectly as it did in your head, and it never goes perfectly business about ninety percent of my ideas that I think are brilliant that I bring to the market. It suck. And borrow on them. It destroys. My life doesn't work, but I think this is a pretty everyone sees you as the guy on the cover of the book cutting up the credit card and the guy that's yell at people for taking car payments, but we don't always address the topic of debt for business. What you're saying is that the same principles apply to how you run your business as how you and your personal absolutely, and if you to look at it through the faith lands, you can't find it in scripture if you WANNA look at it through an intellectual Lens. Let's actually do real math in a real business case. Okay, if you get a finance degree and you get licensed. Licensed in securities like I have been, and you've been in that world. We know in that world that we do not compare a high risk. Mutual Fund apples to apples with a low risk mutual fund. There is a measure of risk mathematically. It's the height of the valley, the height of mountain if you graph it if you see the waves graph in your mind right now, the ones that are straight up straight down have a higher Beta. A Beta is a mathematical statistical measure of risk Okay, and so we know that you can take the bait drop it under the line, meaning an inverse mathematical formula and being complicated here, but the point is, you can intellectually look at this. So when you add risk when you adjust for risk, you can compare these two mutual funds apples to apples. By putting the Beta, underline yeah, inverse relationship, so you're adding risk into your math formula so that you can accurately look at the situation. Most people ninety eight percent of the business cases that entree leaders have brought to me and supposedly sophisticated people who criticize me on blocks. They do not have any measure of risk in their formula. They're not saying what happens if this happens, what happens if there's a move in the marketplace what happens if a customer doesn't pay me, what happens if it doesn't sell like? I think it's going to sell, and it can be something as simple as that guy borrowing ninety thousand dollars to buy a dump truck. And it's GonNa work out I'm GONNA saw him on a whole lot of stuff dump truck. We can't get loads. Fuel prices go up insurance prices. Go Up. He has wreck here about any of those things, and so he says I'm GonNa make money by borrowing money, but there's no mathematical measure of risk in that formula, and when you insert risk into your leverage formula, the benefits of Leverage go away. They dissipate. So turns out. We can mathematically prove that God was right. socking. I mean that's what it comes down to so present this. A bunch of MBA's at Vanderbilt spoke to him. Ba Group over there and they were looking at me like German shepherds Oh. That's what I was GONNA say. Lou because nowhere in academia. Does anybody talk about this?

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John Redman of Viper Aviation on How to Build Your Own Plane

STRUCK: A Lightning Protection Podcast

03:05 min | 2 years ago

John Redman of Viper Aviation on How to Build Your Own Plane

"John You got a new aircraft company. So tell me a little bit about it. Yes, it's Viper Aviation. We custom build. Rans s twenty s twenty one experimental aircraft customers as well as painter place for people. We also have an ECOMMERCE store that delivers five fiber fiberglass air mid materials to fix your cowlings wheel pants, wing taps wingtips. Excuse me any art of your. Crap sell everything that as well. So basically, if I was some rich dude or semi rich dude, I wanted to build aircraft I can do myself, and then probably crash into the ground or I can call someone like us at right. Hopefully, not but the the experimental aircraft. The kids out there. Understand they're pretty much designed to be built by the guy who can change the brakes on his car. You can follow instructions. You can build your airplane. Were a lot of people. It becomes a daunting task in the electrical part of it and the paint because you're gonNA drop seventy or eighty or ninety thousand dollars on an airplane. You want it to look good the FBI but the lipstick on a pig as they call it very well, and the other one is people. Sit Down and ten to find very daunting situations. They're putting something together and they train reengineer it in their head. You need to understand that the manufacturer has done that trust what he did in. Just put it together as a set. All too often. People tend to go a little overboard. Yeah, so let's talk about the experimental aircraft sector general because. You know you're a crew chief in the air force on F16's in F. One seventeens How Complex are these planes? So you say like someone who can change their breaks can build their own aircraft. There's no. There's failsafe like when you're up in the air. I mean seems like a very different like you said daunting task. So what? What is the the climate of the experimental aircraft sector? It's it's. Very large continues to grow everybody who's flown in airplane? It's amazing. Most of intend to start in modeling. It's children whether it was building. Plastic models are flying radio, controlled models or control line type models, and it's interesting. How many people had the desire to once possibly build their own airplane? Experimental world is a world of about ten million. Customers out there. and. They just they wanted they to take the plunge. This I can do this I can change the brakes on my car and I really build the airplane, and of course the Mansoni kisses. Absolutely. We got the best instruction manual out there while we offer, you is a builder. Assist Program where you come and spend three weeks with US and build. You're playing with a team of MSA highly trained professionals. Learn processes in programs in the military that taught me how to maintain fighters at five hundred knots five hundred feet above the ground. In nine Jesus put bombs on target never lost a pilot end. Don't intend doing today. It's not difficult at. It is different than the standard processes somewhat.

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Think it's forgivable at this point if people forget that that she's eighty three years old if you watch that interview she tried several times not to answer questions in a secure would not let her do that you know I'm very often that you're gonna get this done I'm I've got it Brian but I've got it at two weeks did she gets this done in two weeks minus one sixty miles on it for people that have no idea what you're talking about that means a hundred sixty dollars to one hundred eighty so I'm ready for gambling want to track jadis whole world view is gay is gamble the whole world through Gambetta meets up that I'm extremely confident that you're going to get this done and you're going to do it in less than two weeks I'll sign it sign it because I think Michelle is a terrible human being all signed it Mali real quick question I don't want to get too far field here thank you very like quickly and succinctly explain what this park situation is that you've been fighting about you said that it that basically my shop your issues and some kind of parking your ward as her own personal playground yeah I don't know what you just for people who don't know what that is because I think it gives an example of maybe the kind of things that you've been dealing with as a constituent okay Floyd lamb park it's there it was a stage coach stop back in the early nineteen hundreds it was a divorce ranch in the nineteen forties fifty it was a working ranch it's it's part of our history it's a Floyd lamb park at tule springs in the very far northwest corner of Las Vegas which happens to be ward six backyard we it's such a great place there's pond there's tension there's walking there's trails people running riding their bikes or walking and there's farmers market there's always something going on great community community oriented blade lamb park I a couple months ago we noticed some activity going on at the hay barn now there's some there's some buildings on the part but her historical next fall under the you know the historical preservation eccentric so we noticed that there was some construction going on with what we want in the world is going on well after speaking to Michelle the authors on the new specialist system champ on a Ventura we learned that they have a big plan to refurbish the barn a forty thousand square foot parking lot a three thousand square foot building with bride and groom quarters with the kitchen in a restroom and fence off the entire area proximally can speak out of the southern most haunted a whole new level this is a whole new level of wackiness this is actually just yeah but when the state gave the city of Las Vegas the park back it was very clear that the park was to be used for passive recreation only well there there goes beyond that this is not passive recreation this is an event center it's going to cost millions of dollars they they have ninety thousand dollars in the lighting now for a park that's only supposed to be open from dawn to dusk I'm not sure why we're spending ninety thousand dollars on lighting all these plans are made so we all got together we said well wait a minute what is going on that we've never even heard anything about this well there's a lot of back and forth Michelle unfortunately we never come to the table she was supposed to be in a conference call she didn't show for that he was supposed to be in a meeting she didn't show for that so what we protest that we showed up where she was going to be and it was at Floyd lamb park so she went on television and said my door is always open to these people they can come and talk to me well unfortunately heard the door was not open and that's why we protested she was I thought you she would open up the door for a bunch of white protesters with the Donald Trump signs that she would do that well it wasn't pretty it it did not it could not well we got our message across we're angry we want to know what's going on let me let me say this Molly of we're up against we were up against a break here but I want to say I think I'm doing is a is a good thing I support what you're doing I think we all do we all agree here at least on the show that would Machel Fiori the statements that she made were disgusting not just this week but for the last several years she said some very horrible and insensitive things so I just want to say I support what you're doing I will gladly sign that and then if you need any help from us I will gladly we will gladly do it for you Molly thank you so much for coming on and sharing what you're telling me sure you bet I L. Machel that's right everywhere everywhere website Facebook everywhere let's let's let's start to trend on Twitter I appreciate your time thank you so much for coming on thanks a lot thank you have a good day bye bye you too bye bye you know there's a woman who's not just wants to expel somebody from office just because you don't like the politics this isn't a situation where let's get rid of the governor because we want everything opened early and and and and and he's you know he's a **** this is a woman who is using the shelf your own words her own comments and behaviors and I support what she is doing I don't care what your Republican or Democrat I'll say it again say it again I don't care if you're dumb enough right now to save white lives matter and you're in office you should be in office.

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Sales of existing homes plunge 18% in April to 4.33 million rate, slowest since 2011

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Sales of existing homes plunge 18% in April to 4.33 million rate, slowest since 2011

"Reporting the economic freeze in the United States delta blow to the housing sector last month NPR's Chris Arnold says sales of previously owned homes plunged eighteen percent home sales tumbled back to the pace that they were at in two thousand and ten but for those that did sell prices remain high in many areas due to a lack of supply of homes on the market the median existing home price nationally with about two hundred and ninety thousand dollars in April that's up seven point four percent from a year ago that's according to the national association of realtors which expects that record low interest rates will remain in place for the rest of the year he added that that will help home sales rebound as state economies re open the group says more listings and construction will be needed to put the brakes on prices which are getting harder for many first time home buyers to

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Erics Favorite New Growth Strategy of 2020 (So Far)

Marketing School

03:02 min | 2 years ago

Erics Favorite New Growth Strategy of 2020 (So Far)

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about Eric's favourite new growth strategy of twenty twenty so far so what we're in April of twenty twenty? We haven't really been through a lot in terms of business so far in the year but Y- let's talk about it. So what do you enjoying so far? What's your favorite strategy this year? I think you know the favorite strategy for me is continually testing with podcast. Right giving example. I'll use the other podcast leveling up as an example. So you know. We've talked about the power of subscription. You know. We talked about how we monetize this podcast. We have ads. We have our event. And then there's other elements that we're testing in the future as well such as potential educational component to it but also a subscription component that. I'm testing myself to see if the number actually workout so I am seeing promising results so far we have about six customers. Which is it doesn't seem like much. Break down the numbers for you. So on the leveling up podcast. Let's say I have eighty thousand eighty to ninety thousand dollars a month and we'll say about ten percent of those downloads are my true audience right. We're trying to be conservative here. So ten percent of eighty thousand eight hundred correct so on eight hundred what I'm trying to convert people into a subscription is. I'm trying to prove that one to two percent of my audience will convert into becoming a paying subscriber if those numbers proved to be right because those are the numbers that were shared to me from a company called Super cast they say most of their podcasters subscriptions about one to seven percent of their audience. They're true audience will convert into paying subscriber. So I'm just trying to map out from a business perspective if this actually works right so far what I'm saying is we're approaching about one percent of the eight hundred and I think we're going to get beyond that because I have about seventeen days to go and this month so I think the macro strategy here is this. You think about craters. A lot of people are talking about the creator economy. A lot of these venture capital firms are trying to invest into influencers. You look at the Kylie Jenner's of the world. They have a very big platform. People can argue that sure. She's famous for being famous. Her mom propped her up. Whatever what you can't argue with his she worked her butt off to get to where she is which is billionaire status but she's leverage influencers status to get out there and so a lot of these see firms are looking at you. Know She's a good example like you know. I really want to invest in influencers. Figure OUT HOW TO BETTER HELP THEM. Add value to their audience and also better monetize at the same time so description economy if that works out on the the leveling upside then we might consider rolling out a subscription potentially for marketing school as well wishes basically. We might be like fifteen dollars a month and we might say. Hey we'll give you an ad free podcast. We will also give you some courses and we'll give you a monthly. Asked me anything where you can ask? Neil night anything for an hour or so and you know for fifteen bucks a month. If that's valuable to you what you do it question for you guys is if you find that valuable tweet at me at Erico sue because we're still testing this right now but so far. The results are promising. I'm seeing everyone else do it? I want to make sure double check if it works on my end before we even think about it here

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Solvable Presents: Help in a Crisis

Solvable

07:38 min | 2 years ago

Solvable Presents: Help in a Crisis

"Hi It's Michael Lewis here. I'm nearly finished with the next season of against the rules. It's like last season in some ways. I'm talking with people about inequality in American society and what it's doing to our idea of fairness but this time only telling the story through the Lens of coaching and coaches the edge that coaches can give people and who doesn't get that edge in our society as we all know things are not normal right now. That's why we're bringing you this extra bonus episode. I guess I should. I say I'm still alive and so far disease-free but I've been doing a lot of interviews lately with people who dedicated their careers to helping other people. This is an especially good time to be talking to people like this. So you're GONNA get to hear a couple of their conversations right now. Here's a guy whose work is also really relevant right now. His name is Jimmy Chen and he left behind a fancy career in Silicon Valley to build an APP which is called fresh E. bt it helps people on food stamps. Well let's actually formerly known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program there about forty million Americans who accesses program. They get funds once a month on a car that looks more like a gift card than an ATM card. And most of the state programs don't have an easy way to let people know how much is left on their car. They don't even know their balances. So it's it's hard to budget and make smart decisions. That's a problem at anytime but it's a huge problem right now with so much food insecurity in our economy and Jimmy's got a solution. Jimmy thanks for joining me so Are there peculiar anxieties? That you sort of saying in response to this virus in the population that you serve. Well we've seen a lot of people concerned about not being able to purchase more toilet paper and I think that's the thing that You know people are often cracking jokes about in the general population. Why are you stocking up on toilet paper right now but when we talk to our users about that specific situation they actually have a very real need there for a lot of our users. They can't afford to purchase things like toilet paper in bulk and so they are purchasing toilet paper every time they go grocery shopping or on a very frequent cadence and so if the grocery store is sold out of toilet paper. That's a real problem because they don't have a backup supply that they can use and so a lot of people are really worried about that. So it's interesting because no one has explained to me why the that shelf and no other shelf in the grocery store. Except maybe the disinfectant shelf is empty. Yeah I mean. I don't know which way the flywheel started on this particular one but I know that for low income folks who maybe haven't had the resources to go out and stock up on Toilet Paper. It is a different level of scary. Okay so let me back up a minute. Let's just start a little bit about you and what you do like what your company is short. So I'm the founder and CEO of propel were technology company that aims to help people who are low income. The United States to navigate safety net programs like the food stamp program to improve their overall financial health. We build a free smartphone. App called the fresh UBT APP. That helps somebody who gets food stamp benefits or snap benefits on an e bt card to see how much they have left in benefits but also to connect to a variety of different social services to save money and to find different ways that they can earn more cash. Are you already seeing an uptick in users in response to what's going on in the economy right now we are seeing about thirty percent more usage each day than we normally do and to be clear those are for people who are already using fresh bts so we have also seen a lot of stats about how enrollment in the food? Stamp Program has gone up dramatically over the past week but the weight of the Food Stamp Program has actually structured. Those enrollments don't become actual cases usually for about a month and so we would see that a month later as people enroll in the program. So you're always seeing. What are you imagine is going to happen over the next few months? Well I think there are a couple of different populations that are worth thinking about here. The first are the people that are already getting food stamps. Now so you know there are forty million Americans priors took ovid and all of this crazy pandemic stuff there. A forty million Americans that were already struggling to make ends meet in a normal economy These are the folks that are already using the food stamp program. The majority of them are working and have children Just trying to pay the bills so those are the people who use fresh. Et now and they're facing a very specific set of challenges as this is kind of the financial shock that is really putting the behind. There's a separate set of Americans that we can also talk about the the people that are probably one or two tiers of income higher than that Maybe have a little bit of savings cushion but not a ton and as a result of the economic shock. Here they're the ones who are newly applying for the program so I think those two groups are GonNa have different types of outcomes but face the same challenges but how big is that kind of food stamp adjacent population. Well there's that popular stat. That forty percent of Americans can't afford four hundred dollars shock right now. These are all of the Americans that are living paycheck to paycheck. And it's not necessarily the case that those folks are all very low income you could be making seventy or eighty or ninety thousand dollars a year and still be in that population of not being able to afford a four hundred dollar shock as we've spoken to our user base about what the past week has been like We have heard from people that eighty eight percent of people who get food stamp benefits. And we're working have had their hours cut or lost their jobs entirely and of those eighty eight percent the average amount in job earnings. That has been lost is five hundred dollars. So we're talking about this. Four hundred dollars shock. That was going to send people over the cliff. That shock has happened right so it makes what you do even more important. Yeah that's right I think broader than propel the reason I started propel. Was this notion that we have a safety net here in the United States. That people who go through financial hardship have a variety of resources provided by the public sector and the private sector and those resources are aimed to help people in financial need to get back on their feet and more broadly. I think you know this whole Kobe. One thousand nine mass is a real test of our safety. Net in the United States of NACHOS programs like food stamps or programs like Medicaid and unemployment. And so on that also have to pick up the slack and are seeing tons of more traffic these days as people are looking to these safety net programs to help them to get through this really unusual time. Alan good you start the company. I started the company about five and a half years ago. How did this happen? Well I grew up in a loving and supportive family that also experienced a financial shock and had trouble putting food on the table. I think most American families we were sort of on the edge financially and then when my dad lost his job when I was about ten we had a few years of just really tough Financial Times. I was fortunate to go to college on a full scholarship on financial need and then spent a few years working in different software companies in Silicon Valley after I graduated from college and one of the things that just really struck me after spending years working in Silicon Valley and these companies. Just how people solve the problems that they understand. And that's by enlarge the reason why so many products that come out of Silicon Valley are solving the problems of twenty to thirty year. Old Men. Yes who live in cities and have gone to College? Are there's a demographic biased to the software that we create due to the problems that tech entrepreneurs

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ninety thousand dollars out of the community in rapid response grants for organizations that are serving people with substance use disorders such organizations like Fenway health the Gavin foundation and Boston health care who now find themselves on the frontline of two crises the money can go toward things like equipment and health programs that save lives of people want to make donations to our rapid response fund they can do so at ride M. A. dot org in Austin Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio hits eleven await time now for a Bloomberg businessmen the two trillion dollar government aid bill to businesses and individuals gets credit for handing the doubt its best week since nineteen thirty eight the S. and P. it's best since two thousand nine but on the day it's all final passage all three averages lost three and a third to four percent the Dow fell nine hundred fifteen the nasdaq two hundred ninety five the S. and P. eighty nine investors shaken by the coronavirus counted the U. S. more confirmed cases here now that in China president trump went to Twitter to attack GM and its CEO for not moving fast enough to work with van tech to make ventilators GM had said it was waiting for the government to say how many it needed and pay the bill president trump now is invoked the defense production act compelling ventilator production and while the president wants to open the economy back up for Easter Disney says its parks in Florida and California will stay closed until further notice sea world has furloughed more than ninety percent of its workers as of April first I'm John Doniger Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio president trump yesterday signing the two trillion dollar stimulus package ABC's Kyra Phillips tells us about it with regard to those checks coming your way if you file your taxes electronically in two.

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ninety thousand dollars out of the community in rapid response grants for organizations that are serving people with substance use disorders such organizations like Fenway health the Gavin foundation and Boston health care who now find themselves on the frontline of two crises the money can go toward things like equipment and health programs that save lives of people want to make donations to our rapid response fund they can do so at ride M. A. dot org in Austin Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio and president trump yesterday signing the two trillion dollar stimulus package ABC's Kyra Phillips tells us about what's in it with regard to those checks coming your way if you file your taxes electronically in two thousand eighteen or two thousand nineteen and the treasury has your direct deposit info the money will go right into your account otherwise you'll get a check payment should start rolling out early April on average most adults will receive twelve hundred dollar checks plus five hundred dollars for each of their children while thousands of businesses have been temporarily shut down other companies have the help wanted sign out CVS stop and shop Amazon and dollar general these retailers are looking to add personnel to meet the increased demands of the corona virus outbreak with the economy hitting the skids due to covert nineteen Attorney General Maura Healey is filing emergency legislation to protect debtors is WBZ's Karen regal considering the OCC want to be just stall but does they come on a normal Monday morning general Healy wants debt collectors to hit the brakes for now during this emergency creditors can't force you to leave your home can't have any in person contact can't file a lawsuit against you or we possess your car your home or place of work looking to collect on debt collectors and buyers also are prohibited from making unsolicited telephone calls people are working from home they're on their phones we need to keep those lines open so this is an emergency regulation no debt collection by phone and no filing of debt collection lawsuit on garnishment of wages or seizing of your car during that emergency care and regal WBZ Boston news radio it is nine oh wait time now for a Bloomberg business minute coronaviruses keeping Americans at home for dinner as people isolate themselves and local governments restrict operations to carry out and delivery only in terms of the impact on business dine in restaurants face a growing crisis the national restaurant association sees a two hundred twenty five billion dollar decline in sales in the next three months which could lead to millions of job losses the industry was already slowing down after some chains expanded aggressively and higher costs to the mix amid an urgent need for expanded sick leave and benefits and the restaurant landscape is set for a shake out Bloomberg intelligence analyst Michael Halen expects bankruptcies especially among some smaller chains landlords will take a hit too after relying on restaurants to fill empty spaces he winces chains that rely on drive thru and delivery are better positioned pointing to wingstop Duncan domino's and McDonald's and some companies are even hiring Papa Johns Pizza Hut domino's and little Caesars world seeking workers this month as delivery demand surged I'm Jeanne Meserve Eddie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio is.

Hi-Performance Heritage - The 1968 Dodge Scat Pack

Talking Mopars

09:16 min | 2 years ago

Hi-Performance Heritage - The 1968 Dodge Scat Pack

"WELCOME TO TALKING. Mo- parts high-performance heritage man. The world is crazy right now folks. And if you're like me you're probably sick of hearing about the worldwide. Corona virus pandemic. Here's the good news. There will be absolutely no fear. Mongering Kovic nineteen talk here today. I hope you're staying healthy and safe and I'm here to give you a little escape from the chaos by talking Mo- parts with you together. We'll try to get our minds off of all this craziness. Twenty twenty and talk about what I believe to be the greatest year in mopey history nineteen sixty eight. The year that Dodge introduced the scat pack to an entire generation of horsepower junkies and change. The world of MOPE ARE FOREVER. There are just certain aspects of Mope our history that truly made a significant impact and the scat pack of nineteen. Sixty eight is one of those things but before we get started with project carved the week rev up the show with high performance parts get moving with listeners stories and shut down the show with high-performance. Heritage. There are two things you need to know number one Chris at talking Mo- Parts Dot Com. That's my email number two two zero nine. Twenty eight Mo par. That's my voicemail. Your voicemails will be shared on this show so please keep them appropriate. And so will anymo- par stories sent in for listener stories. I'll even share the emails that I think would make fun conversation on the show now that we took care that business. Let's get this show on the road. This week's project car of the week was the nineteen sixty nine. Plymouth road runner posted on the moped. Hunter Page Friday March twentieth at nine. Am here is the at Nineteen Sixty Nine Plymouth. Road runner numbers matching Bucket Seats Center Council. Hearst four-speed three eighty three and ninety six package original rims and build sheet runs dry scraper. Twenty five thousand. Five hundred or best offer not interested in low ballers condition is listed as good an title status listed as clean located in Webster. New York. Here's the thing folks. I like this car. It's numbers matching. It's got you know some desirable options the bucket seats center console. It's a four speed. It's got the end ninety six package and the guy's got to build sheet. He claims that it runs and drives. Great those are all good things and for twenty five thousand you know. I think he may be a little bit high on the price. The color of the car is kind of like a dark Emerald Green which? I don't believe it was a factory color looking in the engine bay. I see that it's kind of like a flat black. So that's one thing that annoys a lot of people for me. It doesn't bother me that much unless it's a fully restored car and they cheered out on the pain on the engine bay and they went black. I don't really like that. But you know a driver quality card no big deal. That can always be changed later on down the road. The car is cool. It's got the factory tack you know. Obviously bucket seats the console. Those are all great options and ninety six. Who who doesn't love the Air Grabber Hood? Come on and it's got that coyote duster air cleaner. The car looks to be in reasonable shape. If you look at the pictures of the guy posted the car does not look like a rob box. So that's a good thing. I think that this car has a really good bones and for twenty five thousand five hundred. I think there's a little bit of room to work there. I would like to see the price around eighteen thousand. So that's seventy five hundred off which is a fat chunk of change. Let's be honest so you know around. Twenty two is probably realistic. Twenty three twenty four. Maybe I don't know but for me. I think it's a great idea to spend low to mid twenties for running and driving car that you can enjoy so this is definitely a car that I think would be a good car to consider if you have that kind of money to throw around in a moped project because running and Driving Project. Cars are amazing. Why because you can enjoy while you're restoring them or modifying them. Whatever the case may be so. I think this is a great example of a you know reasonably priced project car and it is numbers matching which is desirable. And it's got to build sheets so that's cool so you know. It does have a picture of the fender tag here in the fender tag. Looks rotted so. Hopefully you know with the information on the build sheet and the original fender tag may get a re- pop vendor tag made and enjoy the cars restore it. He's got some pictures of the underside. The underside looks pretty clean. Doesn't look like there's any cancer. Even the trump pam looks really good. So I think this is a solid car to start with especially if you don't want to invest ninety thousand dollars on a restoration this has really good bones and it's always a good thing to start with a project that has good bones because then you're not doing a bunch of metalwork on it and you can focus on the things that really matter getting it running and driving tiptop condition. You know this guy says it runs drives great numbers matching. You WANNA preserve that. Engine so Mike for me. If I wasn't going for a Oh e quality restoration and I just wanted to drive the thing. I just drive the thing you know maybe pull the original engine out and put something else in. That's von and maybe just start with restoring the engine you know if what you're looking for is an OEM quality build start with the engine get that restored and then slowly work your way to the point where maybe it's time to tear apart the car and do the paint and body work. That's necessary to get it. In Primo condition. I liked that the seller shared the Haggerty Vehicle Valuation report that says Twenty eight thousand two hundred on in very tiny apprentices average value. He shared that as like a selling point that prices based on opinion desire ability. And all that stuff. He's asking twenty five five haggerty's average values twenty eight to I still think. Lower Twenties would be a great price for this car. But I also wouldn't have a problem paying you know around mid twenties for it just because it is numbers matching. That's Kinda hard to find in today's market for a reasonable price. And you know some people say you know twenty five thousand dollars. That's not a reasonable price. Okay that kind of money. Well then maybe you should look at something a little bit lesser than a sixty nine road runner decent quality roadrunners and any decent quality be body. That's somewhat desirable. 's GonNa Fetch a lot of money in this kind of condition and you know that's another thing what what is a lot of money you know is five thousand dollars a lot of money because I see a lot of cars that probably were ten grand that people are listening for fifteen to twenty and the potential buyers are lookie Loos. What have you will say? Oh that's a thousand dollar car. Well is it. Is it a thousand dollar car? Do you know what I mean. So pricing and the Mo par market right now is kind of iffy. You see a lot of different people that say vehicles are worth a tenth of what they're actually worth and then you see guys that will say you know. I pay that for car. That's clearly not worth the amount that is being asked. So there's a for every seat folks and you know. Some people got fatter wallets than others. My Wallet is Slim Pickens. It's gone on a series diet as of you know and I say Oh yeah. I would buy that if I had the money. I don't have the money so me saying that. It's kind of like saying yeah. I'd I'd buy a charger Daytona with a Hemi. If I had the money you know what I mean so take what I say with a grain of salt but I've seen you know hundreds maybe even thousands of these cars were sales since two thousand fifteen when I really started doing a deep dive into posting all these cars and finding them and seeing the values and you'll hear stories about guys that go and pull you know roadrunners out barnes. You'll see oh. They paid five thousand dollars for it and restored. The car is worth fifty thousand or whatever? I'm just throwing numbers out here. But that's uncommon. That doesn't happen every day. So you can't really base values of cars on prices from back in the eighties and nineties. Okay it's not the eighties and nineties anymore. We need to stop thinking like that. These cars the numbers are dwindling. Every time a car is found in a barn in a field in a old garage. That's one less to be found. The market's really interesting and it really is hard to predict but I will say that they're never gonna be as low as what the eighties and nineties were. I don't care what happens in the economy. This economy could tank six feet in the ground. And you're never gonNA find a charger for five hundred bucks and if you do get on the show. Let's talk about all right because I like hearing those stories too. I have buddies that have paid crazy prices for really cool. Be Bodies and bodies. You know. They're out there. I'm not saying that they're not out there. But the chances of you running into one for that cheap pretty slim and if you do there's a lot of guys that will triple your money right away. You know what I mean. So if you're looking for a quick investment car. Let's say you find this car that I'm talking about here on project car the week and once five grand for it. Well I'm looking at the car and I'm saying you know eighteen grand would be steel. In my opinion you get this car for thousand and you could easily flip it for fifteen. That's a ten thousand dollar come up. That's ten grand right in your pocket. It is what it is. So that's project of the week. Nineteen sixty-nine Plymouth road runner for twenty five five air. Grabber car numbers matching three eighty. Three four speed. What do you want consul? This things got it all. Let's try to get it for less than twenty all right. That's project car of the

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Ninety thousand dollars now he was playing with less money if you're playing with ninety thousand dollars and when a ten percent gain now you only have ninety nine thousand dollars you still don't even have the money you started playing the game with everyone knows the problem with gambling the larger you play the more chances there is of Los when it comes to retirement game you can't afford to lose if you're my client you'll typically be at least age fifty to seventy five and have at least one hundred thousand dollars and retirement savings but usually much more like I have said before I don't work with everyone most of my clients have one thing in common they are closer to the end of their lives in the beginning they can't afford to lose the game due to market risk gambling gambling is just like any other vice a little in moderation is probably not going to kill you but is it something you should do all the time with all your money of course not that's why my clients at least put the money they need to count on in strategies that eliminate market risk it's not for all your money and is not for everyone but if you are at or near retirement it's at least worth considering call me now for a complimentary suitability review for those I meet with you you'll be provided with some resources including a copy of our book and similar straightens on our market risk free plan can help your protect your money all while you'll still have the opportunity for growth in lifetime income so give me a call now at eight four four three zero six S. A. F. E. want to talk I can determine if we should meet but I must first determine if I can significantly help you my number is eight four four three zero six seven two three three that's eight four four three zero six seven two three three what if you had a better than average chance of a better than average return without any risk market loss isn't that a better way to play the game when you're in an age where losses can to restore your retirement maybe like some of my clients that have millions of dollars you're gambling with I know you're thinking because all my extremely wealthy clients were thinking the same thing before I started working with them when you have millions you feel like you're immune to the risk of losing a bet in the market if you have five million and lose a million no big deal right but why did you work so hard just to lose what you've worked for shouldn't you.

GameStop Stock Down on Q3 Loss

MarketFoolery

04:05 min | 2 years ago

GameStop Stock Down on Q3 Loss

"Here's my question about game. Stop and I will preface this with a couple of data points. This is now this is now needed. An extra brass steel myself for what is about to come. Despite the overwhelming and growing popularity of video games game stop is a retailer with more than fifty seven hundred physical locations worldwide worldwide and a market cap. That is now under five hundred million dollars. So we're valuing this business at roughly ninety thousand dollars per location and under unlike children's place which you can look at five year chart of children's place and say okay. It's not a great great stock but it's basically flat over a five year period. Game Stop is down. Eighty five percent over the last five years. Here's my question. Is this still. Is this a business. That is so odious that even activists investors want no part of it whatsoever because I'm not an activist activist investor. But I could just say right off the bat. Hey you might wanna close some more locations you might WanNa get to say. Let's just call it under four thousand. Yeah I think an activist investor. I'd have to take a closer look at the balance sheet because There's not a tremendous amount of debt here And they've been paying down they've also At first blush I think confusingly been buying back. Shares of now that is literally returning money to shareholders. There's Gerald are giving their shares back to the company that companies giving shareholders money for those shares and that supports the price of everybody who remains a shareholder to a degree. I don't know I think I'd rather you know dividend that money out if if if that's what you're going to do Because that gives more money to all shareholders rather than the departing once I don't know what the best version of the future of this company any is is so they're they're suffering right now. and and I really loathe Using the the Metaphor of a perfect storm. So I'm not going to. I'm just going to point out that I lo that metaphor duly noted there confronting a number of things simultaneously multi-nationally which do not add up to perfection but add up to a big challenge? One is There in malls of course That's already known. There's something new to that. So the gaming consoles are turning over next year. So we're a year away and they're going through a period right now. Wow which is when they need to make a whole lot of their sales. which is the Christmas season and they're not going to because people aren't buying new consoles this year so there Team sales are off. You know in in the hardware category was like forty percent because nobody's going to buy the old versions of things when something new is coming up but it's not coming out for another nearly a year so they've got to wait around hope that next fourth fourth quarter Christmas season they get saved by this. That's a long time to wait around And in the meantime The probably the biggest part is that that people just aren't going to be buying physical Games the way they have. They're they're turning more and more to streaming them so they're they're challenged by where the business model is going which is toward streaming where they are which is malls and also what might be a one time thing which is a gap in in the hardware where sales at drive a lot of new sales. So we're basically seeing what played out with blockbuster video and movies over the past twenty twenty years play out in the gaming space and I'm wondering if I don't expect you to have an answer to this but I'll

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Biden's business partner he had previously been a top fundraiser for John Kerry who was secretary of state at the time and soon after Devin archer and hunter Biden joined the breeze my board the company channeled ninety thousand dollars to a lobbying firm called ML strategies which was headed by none other than David lighter John Kerry's former chief of staff that's handy because then secretary of state John Kerry himself has visited Ukraine with promises of US aid and assistance well lighter registered as a Burr reason a lobbyist in mid two thousand fourteen but in the year leading up to that he gave coaster sixty thousand dollars to Democrats including a select group of US senators who would later be instrumental in pushing cash toward Ukraine's energy sector directly in line with Burris must interests he donated for instance to senator ed Markey Democrat from Massachusetts four times and to senator Jeanne Shaheen Democrat from New Hampshire three times a month after the last of those donations both marquis and should he in war among four senators who wrote a letter to president Obama that said quote we should leverage the full resources and expertise of the US government to assist you crane in improving its energy efficiency increasing its domestic production and reforming its energy markets gosh I wonder what the people of Massachusetts that senator Markey represents and the people of New Hampshire senator Shane represents what interests they have in making sure that Ukraine has a role robust energy industry gosh do we need to help more resemble the Ukrainian company in order to make Massachusetts and New Hampshire somehow better off oil and gas production spurred on by fracking was about to make America the top producer of that commodity in the world and that would have been bad for Ukraine on the other hand the same senators were running around saying that US natural gas is bad but Ukraine national natural gas is a okay because it is good for democratic campaign coffers Hilton notes quote senator ed Markey was the spin was the Senate sponsor of the green new deal he wants to shut down gas production in America yet he personally intervened with the Obama administration to send your tax dollars to boost you crazy gas production and not just once not only did he write that letter to Obama but he's sponsored multiple pieces of legislation that called for more U..

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"This is the man who claims to have killed more than ninety women across the country is the most prolific serial killer in US history the agency announced yesterday Samuel little confessed to strangling ninety three women between nineteen seventy and five federal analysts say they believe all of the seventy nine year old man's confessions are credible so far fifty have been verified little is serving several life sentences here in California bishops from around the world are in Vatican City for a three week meeting one of the topics as what to do about the shortage of priests in the Amazon it's so bad the Vatican is considering or dating married man and giving women official church ministries whether in the one O. one next well you all money that's no good right no good and you want to do something about it I recommend oak tree law there was a couple the node ninety thousand dollars on their home ninety grand behind on their on their mortgage they called oak tree law okay log cabin a lower interest rate of five percent to three percent saving them about eighteen hundred Bucks a month there's another car another gag at with that went into business with the other body his and they they went into business they thought they were gonna you know I do really well and make a ton of money and then one guy bailed on the other dude and left him with nine hundred and forty eight thousand dollars in debt what do you do you're right he called oak tree law notary law got him out from all the Baghdad and a hundred and fifty thousand was the franchise tax board nerd really tough to they had anything dismissed so phone I'm up right away and get out of debt eight hundred five four two twenty nine forty nine eight hundred five four two twenty nine forty nine inch oak tree law dot com.

OBJ plans to keep wearing $190K watch in games

Golic & Wingo

01:26 min | 3 years ago

OBJ plans to keep wearing $190K watch in games

"You can't tell Odell Beckham junior what to wear he's gonna keep wearing the watch remember he was the is become an issue that he was wearing a fancy watch a hundred ninety thousand dollar watch and the league talk to about it he he said at this point it shouldn't be an issue because it's plastic which really raises the best question of all time why would you spend a hundred ninety thousand dollars on a bicycle first he probably didn't buy it but second if you're looking for someone to buy it I don't think that's the greatest selling point the world it's a plastic watch here give me a hundred ninety thousand dollars for it this is all become so interesting because Odell Beckham junior saying if you know if it was anyone else no one would care if it was a twenty dollar watching would care you don't wear a hundred ninety thousand dollar watch in any circumstance in life for people not to notice exactly right exactly right that is such a great point as it is all the time like well I was complaining one time about how many times I get asked about my tattoos and a friend go quickly pointed out to me Hey you didn't get him so that you wouldn't be noticed so that you wouldn't have to explain fair point where a hundred that ninety thousand dollar watch during game you know I was in Vegas recently I was walking by this big signs all this watch and I was like oh my god I love that thing is awesome so I walk into the stores friends of Mike all this thing is incredible and I was like how much is the watch uses AT and I'm like I know eighty Bucks is a lot for a watch these I've eighty thousand Sir it's eighty thousand dollars we quietly will quickly walk out of my hands in the pockets immediately turned on because you've got to have your hands in pockets you don't break anything so you know I can't

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KOMO

"Off back to our auto experts Nick smiles this is come all news welcome back to the show joining as as he does every week and some woman is with us and so on so there is a new electric Porsche finally got some veiled in a couple weeks that's right. I can hear is lifting the covers on September the fourth and will finally get to see what they think cheating explore a well over a year already work areas foreman's examples for endurance and speed and acceleration and all that they've been providing to us and that gently camels large units and sort of the final interior pictures are just starting to look it up pretty much this week is there a Mister Pross also said that again may have they released a press a price no they have not don't know they've been indicating that the U. S. price is going to start somewhere in the low ninety thousand dollar range as a ninety two thousand or something like that that's been sort of the same thing back with me until we see the final price and what is really included in that I think I think we're just going to have to wait another a week after that is this going to be competitive enough to unseat some of the existing electric comes. well I mean there weren't that always comes to mind there is basically will this make any dent into cash line the answers at the same time both a little bit of yes and a little bit of now the pleasure Tarkhan is not directly competing with either a mob last or a model three because on the one hand hi Karen it's a smaller interior room that you either or both of those tracks like models you're at the same time it is going to be starting at a higher price than the model that which is already starting an afternoon high price and from the mid high seventy so there really is telling this is more of a premium vehicle which is going to have a far more in the curious interior and also be able to have some of those performance attributes that their Porsche buyers really care more about such the ability to what Peter numerous times consecutively aggressive exploration and to help of course superior handling do you think that the student test the will respond to this with and now sitting in a move forward of their new performance versions or are they just going to take it on the chin. well I think that just like probably is going to do whatever they are we're gonna do otherwise regardless of what for sure does so you can divide this up into two pieces on the one hand well a counselor will come oxygen to the new body style and the answer to that is from the very unlikely I don't think they have anything beyond but it's already been announced which is the model why underscores all other things. clearly do not compete with the Porsche such as they pick up truck which is there something they're gonna show here in just a couple of months from now so those things are not really forced a competitive charge now inside with the vehicles will they come up with a higher performance versions and stronger motors that I'll put more power in the beginning lower exploration time I think the answer to that is yes but yeah I don't know exactly how much will one. let's talk a little bit about pebble beach which just happened the Concorde Ellie gongs the call week down in Monterey and one of the things that VW did is they allow Jim is for the first time to dry that drive the ID buggy which is the sort of platform of the future electric because it'll be coming out of V. W. we sing some of those first reports. well so what's going on but don't forget it two platforms going forward that there will drive their electric you dismissed one of them is the low cost platform which they were short lived and he'd be all right right the getting a quick.

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KOMO

"We're in the middle of a rainy patch we can expect to see on and off showers for the next couple of days I mean is in the forecast today high should make it to near seventy overnight lows in the fifties the weather pattern will be similar for the next couple of days before we see a couple of dry days mid week from Kelly Blair with your forecast from the caramel forecast team. start your engines and they're off back to our auto experts Nick smiles this is come all news welcome back to the show joining as as he does every week and some woman is with us and so on so there is a new electric Porsche finally gets unveiled in a couple weeks that's right. I can is lifting the covers on September the fourth and will finally get to see what they've been cheating for a well over a year already working various performance examples for endurance and speed and acceleration and all that they've been providing to us and naps so gently camels large units and guys started the final interior pictures are just starting to look it up pretty much this week is there a Mister price six of them again may have they released a press okay a price no they have not don't know they've been in getting it back to the U. S. price is going to start somewhere in the low ninety thousand dollar range as a ninety two thousand or something like that that's been sort of the same thing but that will be until we see the final price and weapons really included in that I think I think we're just going to have to wait another a week after that is this going to be competitive enough to unseat some of the existing electric counts. well I mean there were that always comes to mind there is basically will this make any dent into castle and the answer is at the same time both a little bit of yes and a little bit of now the pleasure Tarkhan is not directly competing that even our model lasts for a model three because on the one hand hi Karen it's a smaller interior room that you either or both of those Tesla model at the same time it is going to be starting at a higher price than the model that which is already starting an afternoon high tides and from the mid to high seventies so there really is telling this is more of a premium vehicle which is going to have a far more luxurious interior and also be able to have some of those performance attributes stacked Porsche buyers really care more about such the ability to what Peter numerous times consecutively aggressive acceleration and to help of course superior handling do you think that the student test the will respond to this with and now I'm sitting in a move forward of their new performance versions or are they just going to take it on the chin. well I think that just like probably is going to do whatever they are we're gonna do otherwise regardless of what for sure does so you can divide this up into two pieces on the one hand well a counselor will come oxygen to the new body style and the answer to that is from the very unlikely I don't think they have anything beyond what has already been announced which is to model why then of course other things yeah they're clearly do not compete with a porch as such as they pick up truck which is there's something they're gonna show here in just a couple of months from now so those things are not really forced a competitive charge now inside of the vehicles will they come up with a higher performance versions and stronger motors that out with more power and if you can lower exploration time I think the answer to that is yes but yeah I don't know exactly how much will one. let's talk a little bit about pebble beach which just happened the Concorde Ella gongs the call week down in Monterey and one of the things that B. W. did is they allow Jim is for the first time to dry that drive the ID buggy which is the sort of platform of the future electric because it'll be coming out of VW we sing some of those first reports. well so what's going on with the bulls organized attempt to platforms going forward that there will drive their electric you dismissed one of them is the low cost platform which they were short lived and he'd be all right right but getting a quick break when we come back we'll pick this up on the other side of the commercial break you're listening to our auto expo. keep listening Nick miles are auto expert is moments away on come on this one thousand and ninety seven seven..

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KOMO

"Back to our auto experts Nick smiles this is come all news welcome back to the show joining as as he does every week and some woman is with us and so on so there is a new electric Porsche finally gets unveiled in a couple weeks that's right the you know I don't Porsche tie can is lifting the covers on September the fourth and will finally get to see what they've been cheating for a well over a year already working various performance examples for endurance and speed and acceleration and all that they've been providing to us and that so gently camels large units and guys sort of the final interior pictures are just starting to look it up pretty much this week is there a Mister price so so that again may have they released a press okay a price no they have not don't know they're getting in getting it back to the U. S. price is going to start somewhere in the low ninety thousand dollar range as a ninety two thousand or something like that that's been sort of the same thing but that will be until we see the final price and weapons really included in that I can cash I think we're just going to have to wait another a week after that is this going to be competitive enough to unseat some of the existing electric comes well I mean there weren't that always comes to mind there is basically will this make any dent into cash flow and the answer is at the same time both a little bit of yes and a little bit of no the pleasure Tarkhan is not directly competing with even a model lasts for a model three because on the one hand hi Karen it's a smaller interior room that you either or both of those tracks like models you're at the same time it is going to be starting at a higher price than the model that which is already starting an afternoon high price and from the mid high seventy so there really is telling this is more of a premium vehicle which is going to have a far more luxurious interior and also be able to have some of those performance attributes stacked up course your buyers really care more about such the ability to repeat to numerous times consecutively aggressive acceleration and to help of course superior handling do you think that the student test the will respond to this with and now I'm sitting in a move forward of their new performance versions or are they just going to take it on the chin well I think that just like probably is going to do whatever they are we're gonna do otherwise regardless of what for sure does so you can divide this up into two pieces on the one hand well a counselor will come oxygen to the new body style and the answer to that is from the very unlikely I don't think they have anything beyond what has already been announced which is to model why underscores all other things yeah they're all clearly do not compete the new findings with a Porsche about the such operation as they pick of the up brain truck which is for more visit there's something fallen they're heroes gonna show here fund in just dot a couple org of months from now so at highway those speeds things are the not average really text forced take a competitive your eyes off the road charge for about five now seconds inside that's with enough these time vehicles to travel will the length they come of a up football with a higher field performance stop text versions and stop stronger rex motors dot org that I'll put brought more power to you by the national in the beginning highway lower traffic safety administration exploration and time the ad council I think the honey answer to that I switch is yes the family but to boost yeah I mobile don't know and we got exactly so much more how much like will what one well we got for free LG let's stylo talk five a little phones bit about for pebble lines beach for just which twenty five just dollars per happened line per month the Concorde I smashed Ellie gongs up the car the call and unlimited week gigs down in Monterey wait did you say you and smashed one of the up things the car that yes B. W. it's did is completely they allow smashed Jim is for the first but time for to free dry phones that drive the ID switch the buggy route to get four which lines is for the just sort twenty of platform five dollars per line per of month the for future free phones electric with unlimited because gigs it'll all be coming her super out reliable of the VW super fast nation wide network we sing some boost of those mobile first reports the switch that gives you more terms well and conditions so apply what's going you on customers with the bulls only organized visit with.

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Street as of this morning police have not located the stolen range rover or the ninety thousand dollar Rolex I'm gonna give you a little hint that Rolex is never coming back that they that puppies gone the range rover probably be found maybe short a couple of rooms as stereo system whatever if there even was a Rolex this thing smells fishy from from starch from jump street well that's seen this play out before exactly right exactly right and it but the ninety thousand dollar Rolex unless he's got personal insurance on that I'm not sure that works I've never anything worth ninety thousand dollars even though many thousands like who cares or watch around and just leaves it in the act like you wear it or you don't despair what exactly depending on what insurance you have on your car if you have full coverage it covers everything inside or comprehend really yeah it does it depending on what level so if you had full coverage even if they dropped a pen or something that would cover the cost of it well if I was the insurance adjuster that's so that those are the people that do that yes I'm glad god this this stinks to me this stinks to me the question I have is should the police even try to find this Rolex nor should they just this is a dumb attack they're not gonna try this is a dummy tax and you leave something valuable in your car you guys are gonna Fellini's neon Han how mail they have they've got ninety six signs in the parking lot like do not leave anything semi valuable in your car nothing don't leave a Ding dong thing in your car your thoughts on this story I think is just the dummy tax that guys will be he should lose Rolex for being at for being a moron I know it sucks it's got his car got stolen how do you leave it was a chunk at.

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Investor Drops Almost $1 Million on Sneakers at Sothebys

Business Wars Daily

05:34 min | 3 years ago

Investor Drops Almost $1 Million on Sneakers at Sothebys

"Vis episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Bowes. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. When you visit http dot com slash B W daily Uh Brom wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Monday my friends talk about a way to boost your brand? Sotheby's the high auction house this month auctioned off one hundred pairs of rare sneakers from Nike Adidas and other major sneaker makers this auction positioned athletic shoes as art objects and it began on July eleven it was supposed to continue through tomorrow July twenty third but a funny thing happened on the way to that date. Most of the air went out of the room when Canadian businessman bought ninety nine of the one hundred pairs for a total of eight hundred fifty thousand dollars at production time. Only one pair was still available a pair of Nike waffle flat. Latin moon racing shoes made by hand back in Nineteen seventy-two got an extra eighty thousand dollars to spare well. That's the starting bid but the pair was expected to fetch up to one hundred sixty thousand dollars Nike Co founder Bill Bauer men is set with designed the shoe using a waffle iron to imprint the tread by hand. The company made only a dozen pairs for runners at the nineteen seventy-two Olympic trials the B._B._c. reports that the parents Sotheby's is the only one believed to be unwarranted so what treaded treasures did miles at all make off with for his eight hundred fifty thousand dollars at all scooped up such iconic kick says the Nike Mags. That's the self lacing sneakers like those in the nineteen eighty-nine movie back to the future to that pair one of only only eighty nine ever made came with a starting bid of forty thousand dollars also among the collectibles Nidal now owns a rare pair of yee's Kanye West's line for Adidas and a pair of limited edition Air Jordan for sneakers sneakers code designed with EMINEM. The collection came from online street wear and sneaker consignment Shop Stadium Goods Stadium goods existence alone shows just how elevated sneakers and street wear have become never mind the fact that Sotheby's exhibited these sneakers and. Museum cases like historic artifacts are diamonds. According to vox designer sneakers now considered legitimate luxury goods coveted by the same wealthy shoppers who dropped thousands on haute couture for Adidas Nike the auction served highlight the he ever increasing status of sneakers especially limited edition pairs and shoes designed for specific teams and for celebrities like the Air Jordans designed for Karl Lagerfeld it also highlighted Nike in particular which appeared to be over represented presented in the collection outside of the money that miss fear of the auction house Nike has long driven up prices on Air Jordan's by releasing limited edition highly designed sneakers Adidas got in the game with drops of Kanye West's easies which can cost cost upwards of five thousand dollars and that's for a new pair neither Air Jordans nor yeezy are truly built for performance but rather for style and Flare Collector Miles Nidal says he's enamored with objects of popular culture. He told C._N._B._C. C._N._B._C. that he plans to show the sneakers at his dare to Dream Automobile Museum in Toronto where he has a collection of one hundred forty two cars and forty motorcycles sure Nidal spent a lot of money for a whole bunch shoes but he doesn't hold. All the record for spending on collectible sneakers know that record was set two years ago by a bitter who paid one hundred ninety thousand dollars for a pair of signed converse shoes that Pricey pairs said we've been worn by Michael Jordan Jordan in the nineteen eighty-four Olympic basketball final according to Reuters that the record is held by converse not knock your adidas goes to show that as powerful as those two brands are they still can't win the hearts or the feet of every sneaker lover out there and it shows that rarity no matter the object drives up both desire and prices which means the Sotheby's auction was nothing but good for Nike and Adidas and they didn't have to lift a finger or tie a single she lies from laundry this business wars daily. Hey listen to our show. Take a second give his five star rating when apple podcasts. Would you better yet leave a review. Thanks so much I'm David Brown and we'll be back with Tamar. This episode is brought to you by central online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk. Ask has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for his lowest four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month send envelopes.

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Dot com lovely in it hi hello yeah I'd hello bill yes Sir what can I do for you six weeks ago I was mauled by a pair Rottweilers who might shippers dogs where were you at the time in my yard doing yard work they came over your property and decided to eat you right yes Sir okay so how badly were you eaten all well it took three hours of surgery okay laid back together okay that isn't okay you can stop right there that is a massive case all right so what what is your question okay so far I'm looking at about ninety thousand dollars in medical expenses yes my own health insurance California law the owner of the dog is legally responsible no problem there but when I started dealing with the insurance adjuster they started using Weigle works like dell will pay what we feel is reasonable and to ensure that I wasn't gonna be left with medical debt I retain an attorney good afternoon tourney haven't signed the contract yet but my question is what happens if the settlement is not sufficient to cover my medical bills and I left with that you recall yeah yeah it is sue is so you have to keep on suing the owner of the dogs if you're not happy with the settlement you say I'm not happy with the settlement and you go after the owner now normally unless the owner has assets you go you go ahead and you simply accept the settlement I will tell you that they're probably going to go with a maximum settlement come hell or high water because if you're sitting on ninety thousand dollars with the bills whatever adjuster you're talking de who's ever talking to is full of it completely they're going to argue about ninety thousand dollars with the bills what are you its side you just throw it into the mix your lawyer should meet you shouldn't even be talking about this your lawyer should be doing all the work you hand the bills after that initial conversation yes I I and on a lawyer search yeah and what you have to do is once you found a lawyer once you've died talk to a lawyer happy with you turn everything over the lawyer everything and the lawyer handles it and there may be a negotiation once a settlement happens are the way your insurance company works by the way your medical insurance is they get reimbursed by any settlement but one.

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You ready to talk to you you too Sir what's up also I just got engaged here about two weeks ago congratulations and we're trying to figure out next steps financial so both of us have no death for teachers and I come into the relationship with about program and she comes in the relationship with about a hundred and thirty thousand and saving a hundred thousand in a single stock that you a bank and then two hundred and fifty thousand in a trust fund that can't be touched and so with thirty wow and so obviously we're not going to mind anything until the wedding which is all set up here for just a couple months from now good for you trying to figure out what do we do with that in fact it's only making about two percent we're renting for about a year and so what we do after that well I mean you can either leave that stock there for a year and then cash it out and use it for your down payment at that time or you can cash out now I upon getting married put it into mutual fund park at there for a year and I use it at that time to uses a down payment but I think that's a down payment on your house your debt free you got your margins to fund in place you guys aren't really really good shape starting out how old are your two our book twenty five while also very cool pretty pretty fortunate so yes you are and we get to a point I'm I'm guessing before thirty with the money that here obviously we'll have a a host it off it's between two fifty and three hundred I'm guessing not trust fund will go growth at least around three hundred thousand do you think at that point would make more sense to leave that in there and let it grow and draw from it as needed dean will have no probably about a ninety thousand dollar income between the two of us I would leave it in investments I wouldn't leave it in the trust fund had taken out of restaurants and you just guys just move it to your investment broker that's helping you you know you're smart Vester Perot or whoever is helping you with your investing and on what you get complete control of it at that point but obviously you're being conservative you got paid for how she got a great income you won't need it that money will be be there to build wealth and you know and again to create you know to further this changing of the family tree that whoever left this trust fund dead wow that's awesome yeah I did some some little is that it's for the see how it'll change the future yeah I mean you'll let's just pretend you went from age thirty to age sixty and never touched it that that two hundred fifty thousand gonna be millions and millions of dollars sure and so what would make sense move the infield I would just moved into mutual funds that's what I do with it I I only buy two kinds of investments calling and I'm not saying that's the only time you can buy but is our number one you put things in you put money in things you're comfortable with and you understand okay I I understand I'm really comfortable with mutual funds because of the diversification in the history of the stock market the track record over time and some guy I've got a lot of money in that I'm even more comfortable with real estate I grew up in the real estate business of emerald state license since I was eighteen I love rental real estate in making money on real estate it's one of my side hobbies almost I've got a degree in real estate I've you know that all of that Sir were I in your shoes I'm probably gonna take that two fifty at that time or four hundred or whatever it is I'm not start looking for some rental property that creates an income but either that or mutual funds either wonder got its still going to grow to a lot of money if you manage it well by the time you get up up in your sixties I mean like millions and millions and millions of dollars that's wonderful that's so cool Hey I'm gonna send you a copy of our only book we've written on wealth it is from a Christian perspective and it's called the legacy journey and all the other monies are all the other money off of the other books I've written are about money this one is about wells and that's some of the questions that are you and your fiance are going to start asking over time because you're going to be in that category so hold on we'll send you a copy of that way to go man that's amazing open phones at triple eight eight two five five two two five thank you for joining us America we're glad you're here the arm now the difference in wealth and money money is more tactical what you're gonna do with it today how you're gonna pay bills I go by car how you're gonna invest how you're gonna gross something wealth is when there is a large sum of money sitting that is creating money for you.

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Phoenix's Pearl Bridal shop scammed customers out of $90K, Arizona attorney general says

Arizona's Morning News

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Phoenix's Pearl Bridal shop scammed customers out of $90K, Arizona attorney general says

"We'll marriage is supposed to be one of the happiest times of couple's life but for nearly ninety brides and never got the wedding dresses they paid for not so much arizona attorney general mark of now says the bride's who were scammed by perl bridal shop to the tune of ninety thousand dollars we'll get restitution to approximately eighty six consumers arizona that had paid posits for a wedding dress and said of having a wedding dress with the best either life they left high and dry he says erica and tyson milton burgers used false advertising collected prepayments for wedding dresses before roughly shutting down leaving most of the orders

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KTRH

"On twenty eight years old and make ninety thousand dollars a year. Absolutely love your show. And I have been listening for the past ten years. Religiously I've heard you say that you recommend funding a traditional IRA versus a Roth not knowing what congress will do when it comes to taxes in the future. Do you still recommend funding traditional IRA account? Hello this show. Thanks again. Michael. Yes, Michael, we still recommend that you fund your IRA with a traditional deductible IRA as opposed to the Roth IRA, assuming two things. I you're allowed to do it. Not everybody is your ability to contribute to a deductible. IRA depends on your income and your marital status. So not everybody is allowed to contribute to an IRA. Not everybody is allowed to contribute the full amount to an IRA. See you need to talk to your tax advisor and your financial advisor to confirm that you're eligible to contribute to a deductible. IRA if you are eligible to contribute to a deductible IRA then. Yes, that's what you should do instead of the Roth IRA with one exception. And that is for people who are in the fifteen percent tax bracket or less. If you're in a very low tax bracket. You're not getting much bang for the buck in a deductible IRA, right? Because if you're only in the fifteen percent tax bracket, and you put in a dollar to the IRA your only saving fifteen cents in taxes. That's certainly not all that big a deal. It's much better deal. If you're in the twenty five percent bracket, right even higher much bigger bang for the buck. So if you're only in a fifteen percent bracket or less. Then. Yes, do the Roth IRA instead. Because you're not gonna not much of a deduction now. And maybe just maybe the Roth will in fact prove to the tax free in the future. And therefore, that's why we say to do that. So no, Michael, my advice has not changed. There's no reason to change it and therefore do the deductible IRA if you're allowed to do it unless you're on a low tax bracket need.

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Right by thousand dollars a month of income. Times twelve. Is sixty thousand up to sixty thousand and that's quivalent to what that's equivalent to one point three five percent of that. I did it wrong to get to sixty thousand dollars. Let's say you make. Thirty five percent taxes out of ninety thousand. Times thirty five percent would give you thirty one five. So if you're making that's taxes part of it so thirty that's right. So if you. If you're making sixty thousand dollars a year tax free equivalent to making ninety thousand dollars a year as an employee with earned income paying income taxes social security taxes Medicare taxes now, it's even more. If you live in a state like California where you have a ten percent state income tax, right? And then you also have the cost of funding your 4._0._1._K, which if that's coming out of your paycheck to paycheck is even smaller than that. So that's sixty thousand might be equivalent to making one hundred thousand dollars a year your job. You've got to picture this retirement is not an age. It's an amount of income. Retirement is not a pile of money because the money can run out instantly. If you live on one hundred thousand dollars a year, and you've got a million dollars in the Bank. That's only ten years you're done. Right. If you only got five hundred thousand you got five years, you're done. This isn't going to work for you guys. But my way does and it has for thousands and thousands of people across the country. But you have to conceive before you can achieve you have to believe you have to conceive and believe so I is the conception. Can you can see that this can work? We'll work on believing. Give me a year to three five with you until you finally decide you wanna do it. It's going to take you between two and five years to retire. My suggestion is just believe me get started and two to five years from now retire, but you might wanna listen to me for another year on the radio some people two years on the radio. And then you finally go. Okay. I finally got it. It's gonna sink in. You don't have been doing this for twenty nine years guys. What more can I do to get you to listen to reason and decided to retire? You know, something you've got to picture wind should you retire? I'll tell you when she retire two to five years from today. How old are you twenty five you should be done by thirty. You might be done by twenty eight. If you're thirty years old, you should be done by thirty five might be done by thirty two wins. Should you retire? You should retire. Two to five years from listening to me on this radio show. That's when you should retire. Not age sixty five at age seventy eight seventy five to five years from the day. You listen to me on this radio show. That's when you should retire. So you need to get out get going get to one of our events when we come back break. I'll talk to you again about the event we have going out of Michigan. But until then start thinking about what it'd be like to be retired. We'll be right back with the Dell wants radio show. You're listening to the radio show gel. We'll be right back with more life changing principles and just a few minutes. The first thing you're going to have to learn as that until you stop expecting our politicians or anyone else could change your life. Your life isn't.

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The part of the story that I find the most troubling not only him punching out women that's bad enough. But everybody standing around like, Iran. A prizefight no-one helps no-one calls nine one one. Knowing does anything they all sit around. And it's that's entertaining as hell. So anyway, ninety thousand dollars bail. I'm assuming had to pay a ten percent. The night. We talked about bail yesterday nine thousand himself had that had that kind of money. We don't know anything about him. Right. Except these thirty thirty from sill mar Mike. Well, if you live in. Women if you live in. So Mario willing to punch women. My guess is you don't have ninety thousand dollars in the Bank. I know that's a supposition here. He may very well habit. But hopefully, he's going to spend a lot of money on in his defense on top of. He's not going to get a whole lot of jail time. Is this? I guess it's a felony though. Isn't it? This is not a misdemeanor. It was simple. It's simple assault. How do you defend that? Oh, you don't you cut a deal? He can't he pleaded self defense. Now, he can't you could have you pleaded. He can't say it was an extreme provocations because they basically said, hey, you're wasting a lot of time in this line. So no, he maybe they work out a deal anger management. Yes. To say, the least let's take a break. We'll come back and continue on with a handle on the news. And when we come back your chance to win some money. All right. Sephora what's going on in the world out there? Just like we mentioned the extreme cold in the midwest that's contributed to.

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"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"ninety thousand dollar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Pretty well, so far, but we have a total of ninety thousand dollars in debt left and are seven debt. The final thing in the show. Ball is sixty thousand dollars in student loan, right? We're currently set up on an income repainted plan about four hundred dollars a month. And right right now only thirty dollars that goes towards principal. So it's really not going. But anyway, it's that time of year where I would normally renew the income based repayment plan should I renew that. Should I just go ahead and pay the three hundred extra dollars and? Not be under an income. Beijing and just what's your? What's your household income this year, we made a combined one hundred thousand okay? So how quick are we gonna pay off this ninety total two years? We're going we're on pace to pay off about thirty five thousand last year. So we were thinking three and a half. I mean, maybe two years, but that's aggressive. Probably crank it up a little I'll get a little more aggressive. I mean, forty five thousand a year is doable out of one hundred spins and rice, rice and beans. You know, what you got no life, but I'm not gonna this stuff out. So here's the point if you do income repayment and you throw every if you're on that kind of a pace a three year pacer a two year pace, whether you do income repayment doesn't matter. Because you're not going to be in it, very long. Yeah. I mean, mathematically speaking, I didn't really see a big difference between there's no there's no difference. It doesn't change your date on that freedom either way. Because you're gonna start hammer in this thing as soon as you finish off the other thirty thousand dollars in debt that's in front of it, which is about one year or less and after that. That's what I was thinking. Yeah. So this this decision is a nine month decision. You know, it's just not it's not gonna matter much. And so do we hover there and throw a little bit more at the other stuff? And knock it out. Yeah. Probably I'm probably gonna leave it on income-based. Just because it's you know, it's basically treading water. Thirty bucks a month towards principles treading water. Right. So I'm just gonna let it sit there and hover and tread water. And then when I get to it about eight or nine months from now, I'm going to just start smacking it around. So this is not a long-term decision to leave it on income base. It's just a debt snowball question kind of a thing. So, but if you didn't it will not change your end outcome, it just slows down how fast you pay off the thirty that's in front of it. But then when you get to this one off the back end, this one's going to be smaller because you will have paid more down on the principal. So it's a, you know, you're the P is still under one of the shells in a good way. And so that's the math on it. You're just moving the math around to the front end of the back end. And I love the idea of moving it all of the front end. Meaning let's keep it on income based. Because I want to pay off the other stuff and continue to feel and see emotionally this progress as well as mathematically and factually so good question, man. Thank you for joining us. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five Matt's on Twitter. What steps do I need to take to get term insurance instead of the whole life insurance? I. Well, Matt,.

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