19 Burst results for "One Broker"

"one broker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"one broker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The bank sells your loan to a service in company. They're the ones who are now on the hook. So they buy the loan, reimbursing the bank, giving them the capital that they gave you and the bank can go make another loans. So now banks make a profit from the transaction itself. The charges they hit you with for doing alone is the how the banks make a profit. The servicing company makes a profit from the interests that you're paying on the loan itself. And some of those servicing companies go by pretty big names. You know Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac. They are two of the biggest and what Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac do is they take all these loans, and they package them together so that everybody Who got a 30 Year loan on June 8th. At 3.5%. They take all of those loans. They package hundreds thousands of them together, and they sell them as bonds to institutional investors. And the money comes full circle. In this way, You will then go buy a bond. That is a mortgage backed security MBS and you will earn interest on that bond. And the interest you're earning is representative of some homeowner who's making a payment to the bank who's giving it to the servicing company who sent it on to Fannie Mae. And there you have America's banking system. Today, it sounds quite convoluted. Well, it's so convoluted that when it goes bad, you end up with 2000 and eight Because it was these mortgage backed securities that led to the crash of Oh, eight. Um, so we are hopeful that that won't happen again that the rules are in place to prevent those kinds of crazy practices. Remember Ninja loans, no income, no job or assets Ninja loans because people were able to qualify for mortgages because the lenders didn't care if you defaulted. They sold the loan, so they all they wanted to do was Settled alone. They got their money. They then sold alone and they didn't care if you defaulted, and it got to the point that nobody anywhere in the entire system cared, and ultimately the mortgages collapsed and housing prices. Crashed, and so did the stock market. And, well, we all know painfully what happened in 2008. So that's the system. That's how the game works today. Now your fundamental question. Where should you therefore? Get your loan? Should you go to your bank? Or should you go through a broker? Well, here's the difference. If you go to your bank, you're going to get a loan offer that your bank offers and that's it. It's kind of like going to a Ford dealer. The only thing you're going to get from the Ford dealer is what they're offering with Ford's If General Motors or Chrysler has a better offer, you wouldn't know because your Ford dealer is not going to offer it to you are not going to tell you about it. If you go to a broker, a broker Searches the marketplace on your behalf. I mean, you could go to 10 Banks do all that legwork yourself or you can just go to one broker. And the broker will go to those 10 banks for you. And because the broker has relationships with all those banks, they'll probably I would bet be able to secure perhaps a better deal than you would get on your own because you're only buying one loan today, and that's the new and you're going to get for 30 years that brokers doing lots of business with those institutions on a regular basis. Can often get wholesale pricing, etcetera, etcetera, So I'm a big fan of going through a mortgage broker. As opposed to going to an individual bank. Unless you have a particularly good banking relationship, which most people don't have..

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"one broker" Discussed on Pop Culture Gamers

Pop Culture Gamers

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"one broker" Discussed on Pop Culture Gamers

"Notice respect to ready americans book you know. Being a member of the royal family not like baid. Kim kardashian the excited it's not the same thing they there's a lot more as well from the americans. Enough the reality of the monastery something of that in the spring. Yeah it's it's it's basically it's like happy to president for life that doesn't make any political decision so basically kept princeton cobra. Snakes decisions in america but it tabs of it i you know i think wilder the baby dick fuss what they will do. Any speed showed grit respect to the work that he did alcott. A may pay them. Some people were noting the when when you actually happened. Radio channel grow chewed into one broker talking about his life. Everything else in. Monday's makes enjoy watching. The crown was telling me more than i did. Not listen to some of. It was on the road to see what he actually did. And i know the talk of eggs quoting crate and regard jim descendant. He does not hainault de on. It's going to be a things coming in reagan. A some point the way self lesser. She's really old and toffler is happening to her better. When that happens you know there will be a damn sight more coverage they will be a blanket radio. Tv that will be going on again will will officially be in national staff morning exactly. Yeah would have the whoever will take that position. That would be a coronation and that it saw of light the mcquaid stat log lift a cake. But i i do feel the fact dot the even this happened. They still respected the law in terms of this. Because it'd be very easy for you. Know boris to say oh well we'll give an exception because it's equated stuff like pick yourself and not the streets and stuff but the also with the limited number of social and everything the way that the families had to cope with their idiots and that cassisa royal family. If anyone was going to get a by that would be the royal family. Thank god that did it. Because i think that would garbage metis so south for so many people at a statement that was such a good thing that the oxo obscene. Oh subsidies regarding not thinking just a tough for what we having these in the congress had the uk knock your singling yet take you on the commonwealth as relative. It's the wealth. yeah so i..

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"one broker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"one broker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome back 16 363 11 chain. 16 363 11 10. If you wanna cure called, you are welcome to do that. Let me go to Maryland. Maryland's calling us from Texas High Maryland. Mary Ann. Mary Ann. I'm sorry. I see that now. Yes. Good morning. Marianne. You with us? Yeah. Come on, Jeremy. Yes, I wanted Tonto. Just let you know that we're new partners, and we feel blessed to be getting on board at such a critical time. And at the same time we feel totally overwhelmed By all this information we appreciate I know everything that you're doing, but one area that I don't know if this is good for rapid fire, but we're trying to understand the Timothy funds. And that portion of sea just analyzing it looks like there's you know, the upfront charges the ratings and so forth. So we wanted to learn just a little bit more about your, um Interest in those funds. So the only mutual fund company that's biblically responsible. They have been for 25 years. And there anyone that has popped up is never really made it They have, um mutual funds that you can totally diversify and cause they have so many different ones. They have each ef which therefore really salad E T F. They will never, ever, ever have good ratings, because, um most rating agencies, particularly Don't like him, and they're never going to like him. Some companies won't even rate the Israel Fund, for instance, It's just not politically correct to do say or do anything good is a matter of fact. One broker Jim Particular, Charles Schwab. They despise, despise the company. You have heard? Well, you haven't listened for that long. But you hear people calling saying how well they're doing over the years and Timothy so they are still some big, even some big, very big mutual phone companies that have home up front. Fees. That's nothing unusual. Uh, but people say, and the ratings agencies because of the way they operate. They think they may think the fees are high. But from a Um, the ratios on the fees or anything but Heisman factor below average. The reason I say that is because you really gotta look at the ratios. So Timothy's got it $1.5 billion under management. Um most mutual funds might have 0 40 50 billion Under management, so you can see there's a dramatic difference, and there's a dramatic difference in spreading ones. Expenses over 30 billion As compared to spreading. Out this expenses and all the compliance and legal fees over 1.5 billion So it's a vory. It's really hard. You can't compare apples to apples. The ratings don't mean much to me. I don't pay attention to any ratings on anything to be honest with you. There is not an individual stock E t f for mutual fund that I pay attention to the ratings vory vory few, so that goes for all them, but I've always been like that been like that for 35 years. Mainly because there are skewed. Um so But the average Joe Will look at those ratings and compare him and they don't understand how much there you being paid for those ratings by various mutual funds and Stocks and all those kinds of things..

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Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia sign peace deal over Nagorno-Karabakh

The Troubleshooter

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia sign peace deal over Nagorno-Karabakh

"Through several cease fires, including one brokered by the United States, now appears to be over with Russian troops Moving in ABC is Patrick or Evil has the story. The war over Nagorno Cara back appears to have ended in defeat for Armenia, which agreed piece on Azerbaijan's terms in a deal brokered by Russia. Russian peacekeepers are already moving into Nagano, Cara back to enforce the deal, which will see Armenia except the loss of parts of the inn cliff. Violent protests have erupted in Armenia's capital. Denouncing the deal is a surrender. I mean his leaders. They have said there was no choice in the face of major Azerbaijani advances. Pressure, Regal ABC

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"one broker" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

BiggerPockets Business Podcast

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"one broker" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast

"Can find out more about it now. Let's jump into I sky. Don't skip the more part. You've talked a little bit about what you're doing where we can find out more about the acquisition lab but tell our listeners where they can connect with you where they can buy your book where they can find out more about anything you're doing and learn more about you. Sure. Thanks. So you can buy my book on Amazon Really I mean where else would you go running the by them? Dot Com has tons of free resources would see quite light brokerage. So I work with by the way I work with brokerage as a broker because after a decade of buying you know I. I I used to be stockbroker at one of the largest institutions in the country and I worked with publicly traded companies. I'm a certified adviser and worked with with solidly Middle Market Fifty two, hundred, million, dollar deals mainstream all over and the thing is is I never saw from the buy side I never saw more thoroughly put together. More intelligently constructed and better business summaries are perspective than I ever saw quietly brokerage. So I was starting to get recruited by these firms to sort of go out and try to help sell companies and one one one broker I was I was honored I close the deal he turned and said he was in I decided you're my succession plan will you buy my whole brokerage? So I picked up the phone call mark doused quite late brokerage said look mark. If I'm ever going to do this, I will only do it quietly brokerage and he was like great.

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"one broker" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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"one broker" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Floor might have passed for a morning in Bedlam an observer noted all day brokers swung from wild this excitement the walls when they seem to sink in apathy then hearing a rumor spotting an opportunity fearing the worst a again sprang into frenzy pushing their fellows out of the way to grab at a trade gossip Histon Cecilie across the floor the sugar trust was going to rescue the market Vanderbilt money would be arriving soon shares that have been prostrate at least climbed back to their knees the road most remarkable day Wall Street is had in twenty years the New York times declared comparisons of the trading floor to a mad house and descriptions of wild scenes were everywhere like Bedlam lights the brokers now sure that the worst was over broke into raucous cheers of the closing bell some no doubt were simply relieved the pressure was off at least until Monday one broker said it was the worst date ever seen other maybe a god in Israel he stated we need to my wall street forced optimism prevailed during the weekend the panic might have been a blip but traders would wait in vain for Jehovah to visit the stock exchange may fifth was only the beginning on Tuesday may ninth the chemical bank of Chicago failed leaving the depositors dumbfounded two days later Columbia National Bank an affiliate of chemical that have been established in the fairgrounds also declared itself insolvent gone where the deposits and many of the exhibitors fair officials rushed to George Coleman and several other wealthy Chicagoans and begged them to put their fingers in the dikes in the dike there guarantees headed off an even more disastrous ruined the causes of the national Callicott calamity were complex and ultimately mysterious economists who had recently foreseen the steady development of a prosperous period now with backward and detected warning signs galore construction had been in decline all year consumption of everything from cotton rubbers Cole had been dropping cycles of over production and bad harvested ravaged farmers Democrats traced the cause back to the Republicans who held power during the past four years their economic since it was said were legion nervous European banks and governments were and now Russian redeem American.

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"one broker" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To do for you one brokers and advisors are more concerned about making income for themselves they usually don't ask these questions they are more concerned about getting your money into a brokerage account are very able nudie so they can start charging either high fees year after year I believe it is my responsibility to keep the fees and commissions from eating away your hard earned money sure I have to make some money but I make money from the financial companies I represent you will not be charged a fee by me and you will not be charged a transaction fee by these companies it is so important to keep your money safe and not let it get lost due to fees and charges even the so called small reoccurring fee of one or two percent and a retirement account can cost you up to one third of your money you could have earned for your retirement this is because you're not only losing the fear after year but you're also losing the interest that fee would have made if it would have stayed in your retirement account fees destroyed America of compounding you can never afford to lose you cannot ever afford to go backwards if if he helps you make money that is one thing but when it feels charge even when you lose money how does that make you feel who's made more money off of your retirement over the past ten years you owe your broker it's just something to think about most people have no idea what all the fees and charges are on your account I've seen accounts about three to four percent taken out each and every year no matter which way the market goes I'm here to tell you there's a better way and if you'd like a lifetime income account that isn't wasted away by fees that comes with up front bonuses of up to ten percent that will never show any losses no matter how far the market falls and has a minimum growth of up to.

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Libya truce holds amid reports of violations by both sides

Live From Here with Chris Thile

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Libya truce holds amid reports of violations by both sides

"Increased fighting in Libya is threatening to plunge the country into the kind of kale seen in twenty eleven when dictator Muammar Qaddafi was ousted in killed tensions are high with questions about whether an internationally brokered ceasefire will hold and his reports of violations on both sides and peers Eleanor Beardsley reports this ceasefire proposed by Russia and Turkey would have provided the first break in fighting in months but Libya's you and supported government accused its rivals of violating it just minutes after it was supposed to take a fact Libby is governed by dueling authorities one based in the east and one in Tripoli in the west each rely on different malicious for support and have different stipulations for fighting to stop the faltering cease fire came as Libya teeters on the brink of a major escalation in fighting France Russia Egypt and the United Arab Emirates support the eastern faction the western based government received aid from Turkey Catherine Italy the ceasefire was the first brokered by international players Elena Beardsley NPR news

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"one broker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of the good life how about art stars Britt mainly is back and talk about hidden treasures we talk about some of the surprises and we know that there are artists out there that have done works of the nobody knows his or any particular artist that comes to mind were you know that somewhere out there there are some things that they know particularly from that artist you know and it's just a matter of who's lucky enough to find it or where it's at well yes I mean a lot of the especially the the twentieth century masters the early century masters like Picasso and Matisse and check all those were very prolific artist I mean stories about Picasso had become legend of him you know paying bar tabs with sketches on cocktail napkins and things like that so obviously not all of his works have been catalog and there are works floating around I've been approached with a lot of works that people have said oh yes you know my my great grandfather knew Picasso and he gave them this painting in lieu of payment for this or that or the other thing so and again these are pieces that have been in family collections are not catalog so absolutely has some important works can be found floating out there and that's why our encounter is important because we can oftentimes facilitate the authentication and the protons it's necessary to alternately bring a piece like that to market or even to light you can be branded this gallery arctic counter check it out on the web at art in counter dot com more with mentally ill former sommelier at Delmonico's and owner of bird dog one broker in.

"one broker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"More with Matt Leoz former sommelier at Delmonico's and owner of bird dog one broker in just a few moments time now for Michael Shackleford also known as the wizard of oz Michael is a statistician an actuary experts my favorite game I have I am not on the positive side of of the ledger over the years but you know you every now and then you have one of those great moments but seems kind of tough is here somewhere for example it is for me if I go to you Michael up my game a little bit is are there some things you can do absolutely I could talk about video poker all day long it's there are two things to video poker you have it's game selection and then playing your cards right and pay tables have gotten a lot worse through the years nevertheless there are good pay tables out there and if you combine a good game with mailer is cash back com so you can have a small advantage in video poker it's nowhere near is as good as it used to be and not necessarily every casino is great in video poker so it's something that requires a lot of work but slot player I I could pretty comfortably say that the worst video poker game is probably better than the best slot machine so I would absolutely advise any slot player to convert to video poker the wizard will be.

"one broker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Is a statistician an actuary experts my favorite game I have I am not on the positive side of the ledger over the years every now and then you have one of those great moments but seems kind of tough is there somewhere for somebody to for me if I go to you Michael up my game a little bit is are there some things you can do absolutely I could talk about video poker all day long it's there are two things to video poker you have it's game selection and then playing your cards right and pay tables have gotten a lot worse through the years nevertheless there are good pay tables out there and if you combine a good game with mailer is cash back com so you can have a small advantage in video poker it's no where near is as good as it used to be and not necessarily every casino is great in video poker so it's something that requires a lot of work but I think you're a slot player hi I could pretty comfortably say that the worst video poker game is probably better than the best slot machines so I would absolutely advise any slot player to convert to video poker the wizard will be back again next week more with Matt Leal's former sommelier at Delmonico's and owner of bird dog one broker in just a few moments you're listening to Vegas never sleeps with Steven Manji coast to coast on the news talk radio network.

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"one broker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Of the good life how about art Starz mainly is back talk about hidden treasures we talk about some of the surprises and we know that there are artists out there that have done work so the nobody knows is there any particular artists to comes to my work you know that somewhere out there there are some things that they know particularly from that artist you know and it's just a matter of who's lucky enough to find it or where it's at well yes I mean a lot of the especially the the twentieth century masters the early century masters like Picasso and Matisse and check all those were very prolific artist I mean stories about Picasso had become legend of him you know paying bar tabs with sketches on cocktail napkins and things like that so obviously not all of his works have been catalog and there are works floating around I've been approached with a lot of works that people have said oh yes you know my my great grandfather knew Picasso and he gave them this painting in lieu of payment for this or that or the other thing so and again these are pieces that have been and family collections are not catalog so absolutely has some important works can be found floating out there and that's why our encounter is important because we can oftentimes facilitate the authentication in the program on it's necessary to alternately bring a piece like that to market or even to light you can be branded this gallery arctic counter check it out on the web at art in counter dot com more with Matt Leal's former sommelier at Delmonico's and owner of bird dog one broker in just a few.

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"one broker" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

"<hes> invested in gold or silver stocks. No i'm not. I don't think that that's a bad idea. Though i think that that's good like for example you know for example. I'm invested in real real estate but also reits are good as well so. I don't think that those are bad options. I just for some reason and got into buying physical personnel when i was actually pretty young and kind of became a hobby and now i just continue doing it now. It's part of my official investment strategy dark rico. It's ten in eight or eight and ten. Excuse me eight length. Ten with a small 10-length works fine to age just going to get you in a little quicker. No no you can't cantrade over in stocks on trade. Bequeath your an answer. It's all right man. It is one oh to yeah i will not i will not trade on any platform that allows you to trade stocks with crypto or precious metalworker up though you guys might have forgotten one broker but i sure didn't and the exact same thing all all the bits seven. We're gonna get shut down all these all these little crappy exchanges ages man. You will never see me have my money on them. That is way too high risk anyways.

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"one broker" Discussed on The New How Podcast

The New How Podcast

05:53 min | 3 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on The New How Podcast

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"one broker" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Investors to exercise virtual monopoly control over industries like sugar led and whiskey. Cordage was the very definition of a high flier during February eighteen ninety three. The stock was selling for seventy five dollars a share in April CoR corporate management managers. Made investors smile with a generous twelve percent cash dividend then the firm began to wobble. Rumors reached traders sensitive ears cordage shares dropped precipitously by the beginning of may they could be had for less than nineteen dollars on Thursday may fourth quarter failed deacon whites. Brokerage company. Down with it along with two other prominent Wall Street firms other scramble to snatch up bargains. The stock exchange erupted the floor might have passed for a morning in bed. Lemon observer noted all day brokers. Swung from wild six to lulls when they seem to sink into apathy, then hearing a rumor spotting an opportunity fearing the worst. They again sprang into frenzy pushing their fellows out of the way to grab it a trade gossip. Incessantly across the floor the sugar trust was going to rescue the market. Vanderbilt money would be arriving soon. Shares that have been prostrated at least climbed back to their knees. The road. Most remarkable day Wall Street has had in twenty years. The New York Times declared comparisons of the trading floor to a madhouse and descriptions of wild scenes were everywhere like bedlam I'ts the brokers now sure that the worst was over broke into raucous cheers of the closing bell. Some no doubt were simply relieved that the pressure was off at least until Monday, one broker said, it was the worst date ever seen while there may be a God in Israel. He stated we need him on Wall Street forced optimism prevailed during the weekend, the panic might have been a blip, but traders would wait in vain for Jehovah to visit..

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"one broker" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"An observer noted all day brokers. Swung from wildest excitement to lulls when they seem to sink into apathy, then hearing a rumor spotting an opportunity fearing the worst they against sprang into frenzy pushing their fellows out of the way to grab it a trade gossip pissed incessantly across the floor the sugar trust was going to rescue the market. Vanderbilt money would be arriving soon. Shares that have been prostrated at least climbed back to their knees. The road. Most remarkable day Wall Street has had in twenty years. The New York Times declared comparisons of the trading floor to a madhouse and descriptions of wild scenes were everywhere like bedlam lights, the brokers now sure that the worst was over broke into raucous cheers of the closing bell. Some no doubt were simply relieved that the pressure was off at least until Monday, one broker said it was the worst date ever. Scene or there may be a God in Israel. He said we need him on Wall Street forced optimism prevailed during the weekend, the panic might have been a blip, but traders would wait in vain for Jehovah to visit. The stock exchange may fifth was only the beginning on Tuesday may ninth the Chemical Bank of Chicago failed leaving depositors dumbfounded. Today's later Columbia national Bank, an affiliate of chemical that have been established on the fairgrounds also declared itself insolvent gone where the deposits of many of the exhibitors, fair officials rushed to George Pullman and several other wealthy Chicagoans and begged them to put their fingers in the dykes in the dike there guarantees headed off and even more disastrous ruin. The causes of the national calamity were complex, and ultimately mysterious economists who had recently foreseeing the steady development of a prosperous period. Now, look, backward and detected warning signs. Galore construction had been in decline all year consumption of everything from cotton to rubber Cole had been dropping cycles of overproduction at bad harvests had ravaged farmers Democrats trace the caused back to the Republicans who had held power during the past four years. They're economic sins. It was said, we're legion nervous European banks. And governments were now rushing to.

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"one broker" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Swung from wildest six to lulls when they seem to sink in apathy, then hearing a rumor spotting an opportunity fearing the worst they against sprang into frenzy pushing their fellows out of the way to grab at a trade gossip hissed incessantly across the floor the sugar trust was going to rescue the market. Vanderbilt money would be arriving soon. Shares that have been prostrated at least climbed back to their knees. The road. Most remarkable day Wall Street has had in twenty years. The New York Times declared comparisons of the trading floor to a madhouse and descriptions of wild scenes were everywhere like bedlam lights, the brokers now sure that the worst was over broke into raucous cheers, the closing bell. Some no doubt were simply relieved that the pressure was off at least until Monday, one broker said it was the worst date ever. Scene while there may be a God in Israel. He stated we need him on Wall Street forest optimism prevailed during the weekend, the panic might have been a blip, but traders would wait in vain for Jehovah. Visit the stock exchange may fifth was only the beginning on Tuesday night, the Chemical Bank of Chicago failed leaving the depositors dumbfounded. Today's later Columbia, national Bank and affiliate of chemical that had been established on the fairgrounds. Also declared itself insolvent gone where the deposits of many of the exhibitors, fair officials rushed to George Pullman and several other wealthy Chicagoans and begged them to put their fingers in the dykes in the dike there guarantees headed off and even more disastrous ruin. The causes of the national calamity were complex, and ultimately mysterious economists who had recently foreseeing the steady development of a prosperous period. Now, look, backward and detected warning signs. Galore construction had been in decline all year consumption of everything from cotton to rubber Cole had been dropping cycles of overproduction at bad harvests had ravaged farmers Democrats traced the cause back to the Republicans who had held power during the past four years. They're economic sins. It was said, we're legion nervous European banks. And governments were now rushing to redeem American notes.

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"one broker" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"one broker" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Lemon observer noted all day brokers. Swung from wildest excitement to lulls when they seem to sink into apathy, then hearing a rumor spotting opportunity fearing the worst against sprang into frenzy pushing their fellows out of the way to grab at a trade gossip hissed incessantly across the floor the sugar trust was going to rescue the market. Vanderbilt money would be arriving soon. Shares that have been prostrated at least climbed back to their knees. Their most remarkable day Wall Street has had in twenty years. The New York Times declared comparisons of the trading floor to a madhouse and descriptions of wild scenes were everywhere like bedlam heights, the brokers now sure that the worst was over broke into raucous cheers of the closing bell. Some no doubt were simply relieved that the pressure was off at least until Monday, one broker said it was the worst date ever. While there may be a God in Israel. He stated we need him on Wall Street forest optimism prevailed during the weekend, the panic might have been a blip, but traders would wait in vain for Jehovah to visit. The stock exchange may fifth was only the beginning on Tuesday may ninth the Chemical Bank of Chicago failed leaving the depositors dumbfounded. Today's later Columbia, national Bank and affiliate of chemical that have been established on the fairgrounds also declared itself insolvent gone where the deposits many of the exhibitors, fair officials rushed to George Pullman and several other wealthy Chicagoans and begged them to put their fingers in the dykes in the dike there guarantees headed off and even more disastrous ruin. The causes of the national calamity were complex, and ultimately mysterious economists who had recently foreseeing the steady development of a prosperous period. Now, look, backward and detected warning signs. Galore construction had been in decline all year consumption of everything from cotton to rubber Cole had been dropping cycles of overproduction at bad harvests had ravaged farmers. Democrats trace the cause back to the Republicans who had held power during the past four years. They're economic sins. It was said, we're legion nervous. European banks and governments now rushing to redeem.

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