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GameStop Is Happening Again

WSJ What's News

01:29 min | 3 d ago

GameStop Is Happening Again

"May be watching game stop again. today it shares skyrocketed in the final hour of trading. What prompted this late rally. We're going to bring in markets reporter caitlin austr- off into the conversation. She's covered game. Stop a lot lately caitlyn. Hey mark so kayla. Shares of game stop finished one hundred four percent higher to close more than ninety one dollars. It was hovering below fifty dollars for most of the day. What's the explanation behind this. So it's hard to say what caused game. Stop sheriffs to take off so much in the last hour of trading. What we do know is that you know you had keith. Gill saying that. He was going to double down on his game. Stop bets over the last couple of days. He's still really optimistic on the company. And that's what other people on wall street beds to say that they also are optimistic. You also had games top. Say that it's chief. Financial officer would resign next month. And so maybe that was. Also another case for people to maybe. You know think about the company's future could be different than what it had been a week ago but we don't really know exactly what causes it. You had a lot of people on wall street bat to were saying you know. They were caught off guard by sudden rise in shares and you can have big institutional players with deep pockets who can more easily move the share price who may be just doubled down on their bets that we could see games top perform

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Restaurants Look for Ways Around Food-Delivery Apps

WSJ Tech News Briefing

07:14 min | 3 d ago

Restaurants Look for Ways Around Food-Delivery Apps

"Okay. So here's an experience. You probably become pretty familiar with in the last year or so. You go door dash or ubereats figure out exactly what you wanna eat. You added to your cart and then when you go to check out. The cost of your meal has skyrocketed with all the fees and delivery charges. And somehow you're stuck paying twenty five dollars for a burger that originally cost twelve bucks on the other side of the process. Restaurants have had a similar experience. They depend on apps. Like doordash uber eats to connect them to customers especially in the pandemic but have been frustrated with the commission that they charge and now some restaurants have been looking for ways to cut out the middleman or apps for more on this we turn to our tech reporter pretty khurana. Hey guys thanks for being here. Thanks for having me on the show. Okay so talk about some of the frustrations that restaurants have been bringing up. And what are we seeing them do about it. Well restaurants are increasingly pushing back on the commissions that apps charge not just restaurants regulators in cities like new york san francisco. Seattle have stepped in to cap commissions. Because it's really hurting restaurants with in store. Dining shot small restaurants are relying entirely on delivery and taking thirty percent of every single order is really eating into their prophets. What restaurants are increasingly doing. And this is ironic. My door dash delivery a few weeks ago. Had a sticker from my restaurant inside the bag seeing twenty percent off if you order directly from us and i found it interesting because the restaurant was using the same app that it was trying to bypass to get the word out so restaurants are increasingly driving more volume to their own websites their own apps there enticing consumers with deals discounts promotions that people go directly to them to order. What's also happened. Is that this push and pull between restaurants and apps have inspired a new wave of online delivery services that are saying you know what we're going to give better deals to restaurants and some of them that we wrote about are either charging restaurants. Nothing or charging them say one dollar for every order as opposed to thirty percent commission on the order and how the apps respond to the concerns that the restaurants have about those commissions. Well the meeting apps have said that they have taken steps to help only on and the pandemic door dash waved commissions for small restaurants. Grubhub suspended some commissions. Overeats has said that it has cut commissions in hof for restaurants that are now doing their own deliveries so the apps are pointing to all these steps they have taken to cut or wave or suspend commissions. Touring the pandemic separately. They've said that we've also given millions of dollars in grants to restaurants to help build outdoor seating so they are definitely helping restaurants. But i think commission's are here to stay Especially off to the pandemic and it remains to be seen how this reshapes landscape long-term As consumer behavior evolves and as restaurants think of alternatives to get around these apps in their fees yet and. Let's talk more about those alternatives. You know you mentioned some of them are any of them. Proving successful so far it's unclear if the new host of apps and services that are coming up will ever turn a profit themselves because even the big apps ubereats jordache grubhub aren't profitable even during the pandemic where orders an all time high. These apps haven't been able to turn a profit. The biggest cost in food delivery. Is the delivery itself. So what some of these new apps are doing is that they're saying let's eliminate that cost altogether. What some of these apps doing are driving enough volume to restaurants themselves to make it worthwhile for the restaurant to deliver. So in that instance. The app itself doesn't have any delivery fees or any delivery cost associated restaurants set their own delivery fees for the consumer and what we found is that often they price it lower than say door dash or ubereats just encourage more orders on apps that are charging no commissions or offering better deals to restaurants. Yeah and on the other side of that door dash is set to post earnings later today. It's their first report since going public. And as you mentioned they and the rest of these apps have really struggled to make money even as the pandemic meeks ordering and really popular. What the rise of these alternative solutions mean for them. These big apps are already responding door. Dash ubereats and grubhub are actually now building websites and apps for small restaurants and acting as old school logistics partners to just deliver the food. So they've taken note of restaurants increasing wariness. And they're saying well we wanna keep the restaurants happy and we're seeing this growing movement by restaurants to drive more orders to their websites. So why don't we build these websites for them. We keep the restaurants happy but then we charge them a delivery fee just to deliver that order. So that's what they're doing to also keep the business and to also make sure that they're not completely being cut out by restaurants themselves so what's the takeaway of all. That's what does this all mean for the industry moving forward whether or not this reshape. The food delivery landscape depends on how consumer behavior evolves once things. Go back to normal will. Delivery continued to make a huge part of sales or will in-store dining return and delivery goes back to being a small slice of business. If delivered remains a big part of business restaurants. Might say it's worth my time to deliver myself in that case that might eat into the apps business. If delivery goes to being small slice of business restaurants might say you know what most of our money is coming from in store dining anyway. It's fine even if these apps at taking thirty percent in commissions it's fine. It's not hurting me that much. So a lot of this depends on how consumer behavior shits off to the pandemic and whether or not. It's still worthwhile for restaurants to invest in delivering themselves. All right that there are puerto predate verana things today. thank

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Biden boosts pandemic lending to smallest businesses

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 d ago

Biden boosts pandemic lending to smallest businesses

"President Biden is moving to get more federal pandemic aid to the nation's smallest businesses he calls them the heart of America's communities they sponsor little league teams to barber shop with the first dollar bill that he or she earns still taped to the wall yet the president says when it came time to get federal aid from the paycheck protection program to help stay afloat a lot of these mom and pop businesses got muscled away by bigger companies who jumped in front of the line the president says changes this week will allow only businesses with fewer than twenty employees to apply for forgivable loans along with sole proprietors like home contractors and beauticians most of which are owned by women and people of color Sager mag ani Washington

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Decentralized Information Gathering

Data Skeptic

04:13 min | Last week

Decentralized Information Gathering

"My name is speak glory. And i'm a postdoctoral researcher at the university of hamburg in germany. My research interests focused on mulligan systems and in particular the aspect of decision making in those systems so interested in particular in information-gathering tasks. So you can think of like a team of robots trying to find out something about the world and doing this in a collaborative fashion. So that's the kind of task climbing just end especially the decision making aspects of that a while ago when there were some mars missions being planned we ended up sending curiosity and forget the other one maybe opportunity there was some discussion of. Hey maybe instead of sending two rovers the cost a lot like million dollars we should send a million rovers. That cost one dollars. Something like this didn't happen but is that the kind of case that would be interesting to a researcher like you so my interest are maybe more so decided to to agent case so at least. That's the situation for now. Do the computational complexity of the problems that i'm involved in cardiff did they are the practical limitations that usually means that the more than a handful of agencies steel beyond the reach of kearns state of the art mittens. Ya the fact that your work has heuristic involved is what actually i attracted me to it. So maybe we should talk about the elephant. In the room a computational complexity what would it be like to try and solve one of these problems in a sort of a rigorous complete surly brute force but in exacting method. Maybe conceptual it's Quite instructive to think about how you could actually solve this kind of problems in this brute force manner typically have you have your set of agents than each of the agents has some possible actions that they can take and as a result of taking some of these actions. They're going to perceive that in some observations from the world or or the environment. You can kind of see the when you have multiple agents acting simultaneously of course their sudden exponential number of possible combinations of actions that the agents take so. This is already an indication that it's going to be quite complicated so then when you consider that depending on the observation or feedback that beach of the agents get then they have obviously a choice like what to do for each of these possible observation. You could improve simple employees that okay. I'm i come to take a particular action. And then if i received some feedback then conditional that feedback. These is going to be my next action. You then basically have such a police for each of the agents and in principle. If you want to solve this very exactly you should look for or look at all the possible combinations of all the policies for all the agents so it really quickly get into this domain of financial complexity that makes it really challenging confrontationally. And do the agents communicated all can they may be share information is that within scope of the problem is one of the factors that i wanted to specifically consider because i think that the law of the previous state of the art work in like information gathering for multi agent teams. They tend to make this assumption that there is some communication during the task. So what what i could do. If i don't have the luxury of communicating during the task. What what i decided to do is kind of split this task into two phases. So you have this kind of offline. Phase the takes part before the test execution Are planning what they should do during the task. But once the task execution starts so deploy a robot sore or whatever your agents are then you're not allowed to communicate anymore so you have to kind of make plans beforehand decide. How are you going to act in each of the possible situation arises could we zoom in on an information gathering task. Are there real world. Examples of where your sorts of Research areas might be deployed for industrial or practical applications. Maybe one of the Kind of running examples that used in several of my papers relating to search rescue robotics. So you might want to deploy a team of robots to survey a disaster sized and maybe locate. Some of the victims might still be out there so this one example of the potential application for my research work.

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Fisher Vs. Keynes: Investing Tragedy And Triumph

The Indicator from Planet Money

06:20 min | 3 weeks ago

Fisher Vs. Keynes: Investing Tragedy And Triumph

"Irving fisher was born in eighteen sixty seven in the town of saugerties. New york got his phd economics from yale in eighteen ninety one and for most of his adult life he enjoyed this almost unparalleled streak of success. Yeah not just as a great economist but also as an entrepreneur and investor. Tim harford is the author of the data detective. A new book that includes a chapter about irving fisher. He was the basically the inventor of what we now call the rolodex card filing system. That made him a multimillionaire. He was a diet and fitness expert. He published a book called how to live which was the freakonomics of its day. Only sold five hundred thousand copies. He set up the life extension institute. He was a campaigner on prohibition. He was a vegetarian. Assist an astonishing a prolific campaigner and thinker and he made a lot of money in the markets for a while as the stock market in the nineteen twenties was going up and up fisher was investing more and more money into it in fact even though he was already investing a ton of his own money he was also borrowing even more money to invest in stocks so that he could boost his returns fisher was just supremely confident about his forecast that the market would keep going up confident both in his own intelligence and also in the possibility of using data and statistics to predict the future. So that's where irving fisher was right before the crash of nineteen twenty. Nine john maynard. Keynes the other. Great economists of the era got there a little differently. Canes was definitely already considered one of the great economic minds of the time and just like irving fischer canes knew. He was the smartest guy in every room. He walked into same. Yeah me too something. We all share with gains right. But unlike irving fisher john maynard. Keynes had gotten some things wrong. By that point he had been humbled by the market before he had an early investment fund immediately after the first world war that just went went bankrupt and it was fine canes raise more money went back into the market. Got everyone's cashback. Everyone lived happily ever after but he had that experience going. Oh yeah. I thought i was smart on the market. Maybe i'm not smart on the market when the crash of one thousand nine hundred nine arrive. The stock market collapsed more than twenty percent in two days and within three years it had fallen more than eighty nine percent from where it was before the crash. Both and john maynard. Keynes lost a lot of money on their investments in the crash but there is a huge difference in how they responded so after the crash fisher kept doubling down on the same investments. He even kept borrowing money to invest in the same. Losing stocks for example fisher owned stock in a company called remington rand and right before the crash remington rand stock was at fifty eight dollars share but after the crash of two three months it was twenty eight dollars. A share and fisher was borrowing money and buying more shares at twenty eight dollars for years into the crash. It was one dollars a share. That is how to be a millionaire. Lose everything maybe fisher believed that his precious data just could not be wrong or that he could not be wrong or that. His self worth was tied up in this idea that he was right. Whatever the case he couldn't change his mind and he lost everything. Canes was different kane street at his failures as a chance to learn a chance to improve his process up to the crash he'd been investing based on his ability to predict the ups and downs of the whole economy. But after the crash he decided that that was just too hard to unknowable so he changed his strategy to investing in companies that he believed had good management and he thought would go up over time no matter what the overall economy was doing. Canes made a fortune for himself and for the endowment of king's college us money he was managing one of the things he said when he was trying to raise money from his own father was win or lose. This high stakes gaming amuses me. That's that's just an amazing linked to say when you're trying to persuade someone to give you money and yet in the end it helps because he just didn't take it so personally for the past few decades. A psychologist named philip tat. Lock has studied the behaviors that lead to better forecasting being very precise predictions constantly. Checking to see if your forecasts or proving true and updating your forecast if they are not true all of these make you a better forecaster. But tim says if he had to summarize. All of this research on a bumper sticker. Full cost is better when they recognized. They might be wrong and they are asking themselves. What am i missing. What perspective having tie considered. Who haven't i talked to that sort of almost paranoid suspicion that you might have messed up. And the willingness to change your mind that leads to much better forecasting you know it sounds so obvious. Just be able to change your mind and yet in practice. People really struggle to change their minds especially about their deeply held beliefs. That irving fisher could not change his mind and john maynard. Keynes could ended up making all the difference in how they lived the rest of their lives a few months after the second world war at fissuring canes both died fisher was alone and nearly bankrupt hitting bailed out by his millionaire sister-in-law and he'd completely lost his reputation as a result of his failed forecast. It's such a tragic end to a great career. Canes died a millionaire the most famous and celebrated economists on the planet and there is a quote that sometimes gets attributed to canes that. Tim also likes to remember him by. He probably never said it but he lifted which is when the facts change. I change my

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Should You Rent Live Streaming Gear?

Launch Your Live

09:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Should You Rent Live Streaming Gear?

"On this episode. You will learn why you should consider renting livestreaming gear before you make that final purchase decision. So gem let's talk about renting livestreaming gear. Yeah i think a lot of times. We make the assumption that we have to buy this stuff. But if you're in business especially if you're a business owner you're in the business of live streaming. You actually have some options that the the hobbyist may be necessarily doesn't and that is you can lease equipment. You can rent equipment for a short period of time. I mean i have a friend that runs a video production company. He doesn't own any of his cameras. He goes and rents them whenever he gets a job for a client. Because one thing that happens with gear is this stuff gets upgraded all the time and so sometimes trying to keep up with the latest and the greatest goes into one of your favorite phrases. Yes and it's a gas gear acquisition syndrome and basically. It's the fact that you know when we buy a piece of equipment we then wanna keep buying because we see what other people have or what kind of they're using for their live streaming setup. Now to your point jim. I mean when you buy equipment you know. It's it's an asset appreciable asset. So it's like buying a car. For example you buy it and then it's gonna depreciate over time so for example if you bought that thousand dollar camera over time you know it's going to pretty much worthless it's going to be you've got time working against it and you also have the technology as well because technology changes extremely rapidly. You know it changes so quickly that that you know to the point where you buy something in like maybe in a month it's outdated because every about every year there's always something new coming out so this might be. You know a good reason why you should rent livestreaming gear so jim. Let's talk about just the various parts about renting equipment. I mean as you know. Yes people can go out and they can you know if they have. I think keating is like let's start with budget. I mean we rent. Why should somebody rent gear. I mean they definitely show up budget right. That's part of it absolutely. And i think and so. That's where renting right gives you that ability to you know it's like it's like a car taking a test drive you can try before you buy. I mean We're going to share some links a little bit later. Some of these places. You could rent Stuff for as little as three days. So you know be focused that you're going to actually you know you know 'cause how many times do we buy a new piece of equipment and then it sits there for a little bit before we start using it and so this kind of makes you think. Hey i if i if i'm serious about using this piece a year i'm actually going to you know. Take it out use it. Make sure it's it's doing what i think it can do or wanted to do. And so sometimes you're gonna find out that that's not what it is advertised that it would do isn't always what ends up being the case and it doesn't do what you were hoping for a one great example of this you know their cameras so when you're running a livestream you may want to use. Will you want to have a camera and a lot of people to start with the first option the webcam sorry the the built in webcam. And then when they're ready they're like hey i want another will just having. The webcam is not the only piece of equipment you need when you have for example if you're using a built in webcam you need a webcam you need lighting for example to then make that webcam look good and you know those webcams they can only do. So much so might be choppy because it's basically contingent on your computer so for example. If that's not good enough in your okay. I won't improve that. Well then i'm going to go to a webcam and actual external webcam extra webcams limitations. And then you go up another notch. If you're like hey want to. I want to be able to switch different things for example different cameras or i want to have different angles will a webcam can only do so much. Then you need to move into. Dsl are mirrorless camera and those then for example require more equipment to actually run the equipment. So it's it's a slippery slope once you start using different types of equipment. They're always going to be additional costs for example if you buy diesel our camera. Hey it's oh. I can just go buy one off the shelf. But here's the thing. It's not just about buying off the shelf. You then have to buy the right lens. Some of them include lenses which is great. But hey then we'll hey. How do i put this into my computer and that gets us into unietd capture card so as you can see it can quickly spiral out of control and so this is a really really really good reason why people need to consider renting livestreaming gear There's so much out there. And depending on what. Your setup is what your budget is you can easily go and drop immune if you wanted to buy just a basic camera. Six hundred dollars a camera. Two hundred dollars on a capture card to be able to plug the camera into your computer. So we're eight hundred dollars. Roughly right there Let's see what else you need. They need probably an audio interface or microphone. Sorry audio interface or mixer. So that's what one hundred one hundred fifty dollars till like five or six hundred dollars. That's really more bare minimum. So i think we're what that's probably around fifteen hundred sixteen hundred dollars right there and then. Hey i want improve my audio. I can go by mike for one hundred dollars but you know again then. I have to have a by the mike. Well then i have to have the armed. Attach it while the arm is another hundred. So you know you're at what That's that's over two thousand dollars right there. And that doesn't include the software so easily you've reached twenty five hundred three thousand dollars so some of the benefits obviously like to renting this gears. That will if you don't have the cash then. Maybe you rent a piece of equipment that you need. You know that you need and use it temporarily and you use it to film all of your videos at once and then you return the equipment versus. I dropped three thousand dollars. And then i have to actually spend the time learning it in also making sure that it works how i needed to work. You know. there's a whole process at it right job. Oh absolutely and then the other thing you may start to find an and it was funny. I was A guy guys said this the other day it's like if you have one dollar lighting and thousand dollar camera you've basic aren't going to have a one dollar camera because you didn't take into consideration the other stuff that you need to make that camera work right. You know. I mean sometimes like we have people that wanna have green screens. And they don't have the lighting and so they're backdrop actually looks worse than if they just had a plane wall behind them. And so you know reading this stuff can really give you a feel for like. Is this really. What's going to move the needle for me. I mean you know. We've always talked about getting better one percent of the time so this is a big deal when you kind of as you're when you when you've got gas you really gotta sometimes take a step back and really say. Is this really going to help my business. What's the plan behind it. And so you know and and and you may find that your space that you're live streaming from isn't really a set up in a way to properly use that gear right if you've got you know like i'm bringing in a second camera but now when you look at the lighting it's like oh my backdrop looks horrible. My walls not you know so maybe you want to improve the status of your studio before you go one by year but then even renting the gear will let you say oh. This isn't going to work quite like. I thought you know. Cut your. it really is a way to kind of. Cut your losses temporarily until you're ready to take that next step and there are a couple of different approaches. You can take this as i mentioned earlier. If you're you know if you're a type a person you're a planner and you've got everything ready like you know for example what your videos are going to film are and you've got them scripted out. It would make sense if you don't have all the equipment go and go to a rental place and we'll share some of those here and few minutes but go to a place that you can rent equipment from and tell them. Hey you know what this is. What i'm looking to do for the most part. They're going to know their stuff inside now and they're going to be able to also sort of give you a bit of a consultation they're gonna be able to recommend what might pair well

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Calculating the social cost of carbon

Science Magazine Podcast

05:03 min | Last month

Calculating the social cost of carbon

"The new biden administration announced on day. One has plans to recalculate the social cost of carbon. It's basically a way of estimating the economic toll of greenhouse gases produced today on future generations staff writer. Paul discusses why this value is so important and how it will be determined next up researcher in barker talks about the sounds of naked mole. Rats you may already know that these amazing mammals are pain and cancer resistant. But did you know that they make these little chirps to identify themselves. As members of their colony as a new administration comes into power in the united states. We're seeing some swift changes in certain scientific areas rejoining the who the paris climate agreement. A new director of the office of science technology and among these early moves the biden administration has also asked for a recalibration of the social cost of carbon staff writer. Paul loosen is here to talk about this change. Hypo hello high. So this was announced on the first day biden was in office that the cost of carbon to future generations needs to be looked at. What exactly are they counting here. This gets pretty pretty quickly. But the social cost of carbon essentially is used in all the big regulatory decisions that the government makes it essentially takes the economic damage which really reflects the damage to our everyday. Lives will come with a policy that allows more greenhouse gas emissions or less greenhouse gas emissions. Now runs it out through the future then comes back to put a number on what those emissions are going to cost us so it's like a price on carbon except it's not it's not a carbon tax or anything what was happening under trump. So obama had put this all together under his administration when trump came in they may to small changes that drastically decrease the number so i instead reflecting the damage done to the entire world. It looked only at the damage. Done the united states in the future and it increase some as called the discount rate which is essentially how we value future generations. And what we can do with when we get wealthier to kind of a combination of those two you increase that enough. You essentially go far enough in a future. You don't care what happens. There was basically a devaluing down to a dollar per tonne of carbon. Co two in some circumstances before. Gets you what it's going to be potentially in the next Four years how will this carbon cost be calculated. Now what are they gonna take an how. What are these numbers that we just mentioned about discount and how far into the future. We look how those going to be calculated before said they'll go back to the global damage feel bama administration news and they have to timespans here. I a rapid thirty day revision and then a year long final update that rapid thirty day revision. They could either go back to the obama era policies or they could even set the discount rate lower. Which many economists think is appropriate and new york state actually in their own calculation late last year. What might devalue be then for this short palpitation. The thirty day one or the yearlong. How would it compare to that one dollar amount that you talked about. Possibly within thirty days it could go up to one hundred. Twenty five dollars per tonne. That discount rate is a powerful thing on its own so that's moving from three percent to a two percent rate everything staying the same including global damages. There are a lot more changes that could happen for that year. Long update that could reflect a lot of new signs and new methods are now going into the bottles that form this number. What are people looking at with respect to climate. Let's take that first. How might that be different than what was considered under the obama administration so these economic models scott integrated assessment models that you're used to produce all this you know they have lots of knobs the climate models like this very simple climate models are built into them didn't really reflect the best science particularly. They warmed to slow compared to more complex models. Now there have been a few new simple models felt by climate scientists that more accurately reflect that consensus so those can probably be used and one big change is. There's been a group of economists and climate scientists who've been putting together these econometric estimates of the future damage of climate change damage from climate pile uncertainty onto uncertainty. They take these massive data sets from as many countries as they could find globally and look at short term variations over a couple of decades or shifting weather use that to try and extrapolate out into the future to some extent so there's more data informing is policies even if they are ultimately uncertain

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Mask Suppliers Want to Save N-95s for the People Who Need Them Most

Business Wars Daily

03:15 min | Last month

Mask Suppliers Want to Save N-95s for the People Who Need Them Most

"It feels like forever but it's only been about ten months. Since protective face masks became on vote or legally mandated depending on where you are last april the cdc recommended that people wear face coverings in public and retailers scrambled to meet the demand suddenly stores from abercrombie to wedding dress. Outfitter beholden were stocking their shelves with masks. But of course the face coverings vary widely in terms of effectiveness from very good at stopping the spread of covid to pretty terrible medical grade. In ninety five masks are considered. The most protective. They stop around ninety five percent of small particles from reaching the wearer's nose and mouth the least effective that would be those thin fabric buffs that people pull up around their faces. Sorry runners those face coverings are just not doing the trick. Double layered cloth face masks fall somewhere in between so in ninety. Five masks are the best. But they're in short supply last april the three company a handful of smaller competitors were producing about fifty million in ninety five masks month according to the wall street journal but with doctors nurses and other medical staff relying on in ninety five fifty million a month just wasn't keeping up with growing demand and now a steady rise in cases plus a new strain of the corona viruses driving that demand higher well a few manufacturers think they found a solution masks that are effective and relatively easy to make and targeted to the general population that leaves in ninety. Five's for the medical workers who need them. Honeywell which has been churning out in ninety five since the beginning of the pandemic has introduced a new washable mask. that's woven from polyester nylon and spandex. It comes with twelve replaceable filters made from the same material. That's found in in ninety five and it runs about thirty dollars. The wall street journal reported the three m company is started focusing on masks for everyday customers. They've made a stretchy reusable mask that's about as effective as an in ninety five. The new york city fire department said it would outfit. It's firefighters three m's new masks to avoid cutting into the city's dwindling stockpile of in ninety five's smaller companies like outdoor research have gotten in on the game two. They usually make alpine climbing gear but last year started producing both medical grade and use masks like they're stretchy mask. The comes with a set of replaceable filters that one will run you around. Twenty one dollars. You'd think companies devoted to stopping the spread of a deadly virus. Might not be thinking so much about direct competition. And you'd be right kind of three m and honeywell or two of around sixty mask outfitters. That have entered into an information sharing group. That's protected from antitrust scrutiny. The go share production pricing and distribution information. That gets more masks into the hands of more people faster. They may be working together. But don't let any of these companies catch trying to pass off their products as your own. Three m has sued a florida company. That produced counterfeit n ninety five masks with three m logo and tried to sell them to hospitals at a markup. That obviously did not sit well with three m or the hospital system. That bought the masks which may or may not work in protecting people from the virus.

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Wall Street analysts on what to expect from Apple earnings

Mac OS Ken

01:36 min | Last month

Wall Street analysts on what to expect from Apple earnings

"The pre earnings financial analyst frenzy continues even analysts. That aren't that sold on apple shares long-term or all about anticipated december quarter numbers among them. Ubs analyst david vote apple insider had him issuing note monday wherein he raised his revenue and earnings per share expectations for the first quarter of fiscal year. Twenty twenty one. He had been looking for revenue of ninety eight point nine billion dollars on earnings per share of a buck thirty five. He is now looking revenue of one hundred six point nine billion dollars on earnings per share of one forty five. What's not to like would seem to be question. He thinks apple ship more iphones than he expected. He thinks the phones they sold had a higher average selling price than expected. He thinks max did better than the same quarter a year earlier and he is really just not into apple. Shares these got a hold rating on apple. Shares is a matter of fact and our price target of one hundred fifteen dollars other firms see apple beating expectations and they are in the apple. Shares take j. P. morgan melissa. Chatterjee please apple through reynaud from chapman to clients in it. He has the cupertino company back with another one of those buster beats when it comes to revenue expectations his appears to be the highest. He is looking for december revenue of one hundred ten billion dollars on earnings of one dollar and fifty six cents.

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Apple Should Have A Great Year Financially

Mac OS Ken

01:20 min | Last month

Apple Should Have A Great Year Financially

"Loop capital analyst. Nanda baruah is feeling particularly bullish on apple. Once more to apple's read on a week ago where we find the looper looking at a really big year for iphone and mac. The piece is a barons report. That says barua thinks there could be a material upside the street numbers for both the near term and throughout calendar twenty twenty one driven by strength in both iphones and macs barua also thinks the company could see upside from healthy growth and ipad airpod watch and services so basically everything apple does for the first three quarters of fiscal year. Twenty twenty one. He's looking for apple to sell one hundred eighty seven million iphones that is nineteen million more than the streets. Expecting for the mac he thinks apple sold seven point. Three million in the december quarter wall street consensus has that considerably lower six million units. According to baron's barua things. The mac should enjoy much longer and stronger. Demand beyond the tailwind from the work at home. Trend loop capital has a buy rating on apple shares. Barua used his note to up his price. Target on the shares from one hundred. Thirty one dollars to one fifty five five.

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Q&A: How about an app to help people care for plants?

Side Hustle School

03:07 min | Last month

Q&A: How about an app to help people care for plants?

"I've always had a green thumb. And i'd like to code. That's why my idea is to build an app to help people take care of their house plans. It will include lots of faq's in troubleshooting as well as notifications to remind people want to water. The only thing. I can't do is keep people from over watering but i'll try. What do you think of this idea. Bryan. what's up ban. Thank you so much for listening. Congratulations on your multiple skills. Multi-skilled ability green thumb and like to code. I think i want this app. I love plants myself. But they don't love me back. And i realize it's not their fault. I think i am the problem. It isn't abusive relationship. Which i acknowledge and i would like to change my behavior but i. I guess i can admit this to you brian to our listeners. Because i'm not the only one like there's definitely a market to help people take care of plants better. I recently met a woman known as the plant doctor. Who makes house calls to both care for your plants as well as show you what to do and what to avoid so. She's coming to take care of the plants and then washes there. She's also teaching you to fish but not really fish. she's teaching. you know what i mean. Now it sounds like. Brian wants to provide virtual plant dr services. That's why bring that up. Basically what he wants to do is virtual dr services in the form of an app which is probably a lot more efficient than going to somebody's house and probably the most common model for something like this. These days is advertising where the app is free and has lots of little sections of advice. You can think of it like a blog. That isn't chronological like when you think about creating the content for it. It is a lot like creating content for eight blog. Ray wikipedia style site and all. This information is then going into the app so not chronological just topical. But they're also like you know the advertisements a lot of what we think of as perhaps annoying banners pop up from time to time and often you know how annoying they are is based on the frequency and the duration of those ads and such so it is possible to strike a balance and provide good user experience while still monitoring the app now. If you don't want to knowing banners or any banners at all then this might be a good low cost app. When i say low cost though i think this is something that has changed in recent years as well like there used to be a lot of ninety nine cent apps and one dollar apps and for the most part those apps these days anything. That's ninety nine cents or a dollar is going to be supported by more advertisements in the app or opportunities to purchase something else. So i think it's i don't think you should sell it for a couple of dollars. I think that should be introductory offer or a special promotion perhaps but if it really has good info and can be a reliable guide to help keep those beloved plants alive make it a quality product in charge at least ten dollars which is still not a lot of money to keep your plants alive if you create a resource that is really helpful and is achieving those results and who knows this could really be something so good luck with that. I think it sounds interesting. Let us know what happens in. Oh one more question for our listeners. Before you go. How much room should you give to grow. How much room should you give. Fun guy to grow was just doing some research on this. You should give it as mushroom as possible all right. You're welcome go free to use that today.

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Bitcoin tops $40,000 for first time, pushing cryptocurrency market value past $1 trillion

Snacks Daily

08:18 min | Last month

Bitcoin tops $40,000 for first time, pushing cryptocurrency market value past $1 trillion

"Bitcoin has quadrupled in price in just the past couple of months from ten thousand dollars per coin to forty thousand dollars yesterday and the crypto market in its entirety is now worth over a trillion dollars. There's a few probable reasons for bitcoin spiking so much but the main reason is this the first rally was all about small investor fomo but the second rally is all about big investor from retail fomo three years ago corporate fomo today for example square the payment processing company. They just bought fifty million dollars. Bitcoin just in october famous hedge fund run by a man named paul jones has had two percent of all their asset is now in bitcoin and boston. Favourite finality is now accepting bitcoin as collateral for loans. I'll tell you i'm good for it. Got bitcoin in the back. So jack what's the takeaway for our buddies over in bitcoin. Bitcoin has one main superpower and that is anti inflation all right because he can't trap a fraction of a bitcoin to pay for a smoothie. Right now and it's probably like a little too volatile fairmont and just like the retail fomo of three years ago this corporate morality that could pop and crash and plummet as well keep in mind. I mean jack toussaint in two thousand seventeen. The value of bitcoin crashed almost ninety percent. Right after a jump. Like this if you bought at the top of that bubble you experienced a lot of pain in the next two months but there is a fascinating real value in bitcoin right now which isn't as a currency but actually just to protect against inflation smackers because of the global pandemic governments across the world are printing money to pay for stimulus packages to rescue the economy. So we get cash flowing into the financial system all in hopes of juicing up the economy right now all that new cash though could dilute away the value of the money in that country. And that's the inflation. When like a one dollars orange could eventually cost you two dollars because your money is actually worth less. Because there's too much money out there now. Inflation like nick. Just describe with the oranges and the dollars that is not possible with bitcoin because there are a finite number of bitcoin that could ever be mind in this earth so similar goals the protection against inflation is bitcoins superpower we think that's why corporations and institutions are buying bitcoin right now

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New All Time Highs For Bitcoin

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

02:45 min | Last month

New All Time Highs For Bitcoin

"Killing rotten now. Thirty six thousand four hundred one dollars on bitcoin as it stands pushing on to new all time highs six point seven two percent up on the diane starting to come back into that cradles. We saw in two thousand seventeen as we we we do. See these quick snapback pullbacks that the do occur on the markets. And we say that carrying at the mind you know. He's so two days ago that quick snap back It was a twenty percent that twenty seven seven one or twenty seven seven hundred where it pulled back to now. Of course we've moved of a nine thousand dollars since then a that is a sort of place where if you look into bond will bitcoin so bad idea to set some limits whilst also the lacoste in on the way ed just depends on what you're trying to shave now that's via long-term holdings for may of course i'm trying so i'm looking to delacoste averages. Well but on doing that based off the back of profits from the trades. I'm taking now familiar. I haven't had any trends this year. And it's not. Because i haven't been there is because i've been committed to himself and my family. It's going to be a big year. They're always big years but I just wanted to make sure. I had a break. And it's as as i'm still doing bits and pieces at the nine minutes not a clean break. It's nice don't have to be sitting around all day staring at computer computers now with today being a bit of a rainy day a may just because Yeah it's been a while on definitely getting the each. The members in my community have been blowing out doing extraordinarily well sue. Start of theory of now. One thousand one hundred and ninety two dollars up another eight percent today looking very very strong wants to clear out through the highs that were the moment and we get through those levels. And you know what i'm saying at that point is better simplicity and better tried ability not sort of nafta on alexa. It's up ten point nine percent. Beyonce honest pretty dead. It's come very very heavily. It is moving quite frequently out the down than up and down and almost interested. It's up ten point. Six twenty five cents flat. Bitcoin cash has continues to push on came back to test. That three seven hundred level spoke of as resistance tested on the noise pretty much and since then it has run a good seventy bucks. Four hundred fifty dollars so for and fifty one dollars up seven and a half percent just waiting for pull bucks on his low friends law Delap has slowed a little bit but a very very solid trend in dade hundred sixty seven dollars ninety cents five point four percent a off another booming day or the biggest booming dash. We've really had of light. Eighteen point five percent on very keen on now just started kick its engines into into gear on. It's moving very very well. Field and forty four cents eighteen point two seven the senate jose right now across the top ten that he's not the top before.

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4% say they dodge a major cleaning task by moving, study

Ace and TJ

04:58 min | 2 months ago

4% say they dodge a major cleaning task by moving, study

"Get a new house but then you ultimately end up having to clean it anyway. I would think because you got to get the stuff out of there to move. But as they reminded me. You remember when you and i were Baby dj's trying to make it in this Crazy biz we call radio and we were roommates living that Apartment in the sketchy part of town and In i rarely did laundry. And i'll just have piled up shoveled in my closet right. There were times when i When i was going somewhere and i needed a good shirt wear some say. I say i have me a date would say it loud now i would just go over to To the mall across the street and buy a shirt instead of you know planning ahead of time and actually doing some launch. There were times not all the time. There were a few times that i would have to go into his bedroom with empty. Davis said come home and get these kinds of doors. Close if you would and he would. I would hold the door. He would push the clothes back. Anyone say okay one two three and then he would put his hand. I would slam the door shut. The close would fall back. positive closed. Room looks clean nice. But it wasn't that. I didn't have clothes. I had a lot of close enough close. They wouldn't be out of the closet but we didn't have our own private washer and dryer in the apartment. He had to go down the walkway. They're inside the apartment complex to a public Washer and dryer. And you had to sit there with them the entire time because somebody would steal them. If you didn't ace has gene stolen one night. He was doing laundry and all of his jeans got stolen. Yeah so i would. Just wait until i had some time to drive back to my parents house and do my lawn. My mom didn't do. I wasn't that i wasn't taking it back and going here. Mama brought him a laundry. My mom hadn't done my laundry since i was thirteen. Because she was messing up my good stuff. They took a velour shirt. It was kicking at the time. He was hitting in wrung it out. I said you can't put that in the drier. okay and then just wrung it out like a rag. All out i remember. If it's forty dollars. Admit i have bought them a lure shirt my own money my best velour shirt address. The band out around the bottom of into was just hanging. Mom's not doing my my laundry anymore. Tang nano but maybe she did that just because she didn't want to do it anyway. I would go. i would go. I say all the way homes an hour but most of the time. I was working on the weekends. You know we're trying to we're trying to get a foothold in this crazy. Be as we call radio. So i've been working every day so i didn't have time to go home do laundry and i remember when jodi and i i got to that point where we were. All exclusive in in really Digging each other and she said okay. I'm coming over to your apartment with laundry baskets and we're gonna load up all of that laundry and bring it over here to my parents house and you can do it over here. So that's when. I finally a according to this with these people did ace and i would have just gone and gotten another apartment. Yeah that's crazy And it wasn't that. I didn't know how to do it. I just didn't wanna sit there. I didn't have the time to sit there in the laundry room of the apartment complex with those people those apartment people i when i say it was a good place. It was not a good place case in point. I had three pair of jeans to them. Were stolen the only ones that weren't the one dollars wearing and who's stealing my jeans. I was six four two hundred pounds. Who's who nobody's wearing my jeans there. Yeah and not to mention the The shootout between police and the guy selling crack out of the apartment next door. That saturday night. Yes we have plenty of room. Yeah it was an old lady tweet us. So you see. Regan's we came from nethon. Yeah our careers. Didn't start a big time. Syndicated radio show like yours did right. We had to build it. Yeah a lot of elbow. Grease and bullet dodging yep. That's what we did and velour in balu yet or bluer. Yes i want that shirt. Now i bet if you brought out the velours or be the drip drip drowned and had a hearing Gold chain nugget hanging from it. Oh i'll get mama messing

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Why Is My Email Marketing Not Working?

The Email Marketing Show

08:30 min | 2 months ago

Why Is My Email Marketing Not Working?

"Let's dive into this and let's talk about why your email marketing isn't working if you're listening to this and you just feel a bit disheartened by the you know you send an email and maybe it's it's like to me just feel like nobody cares. Nobody loves you. nobody's listening. Nobody's buying anything. That's the worst bit and you just feel like it's just not working. That's what we want to talk about here today. I think the first thing we need to do is talk about what is not working. What does that mean. 'cause i think if there's a bunch of different people listening to this with different who all think in their email marketing is not working that might be triggered by different things. Maybe somebody sending emails literally. Nobody's opening them. Maybe somebody else's sending emails and lose people opening them but they're not getting any sales so i suppose let's dig into some of the possible options here are about what people might think of as not working. Yeah i mean. This isn't that we talk to league members about. Isn't it like every month whom you've got. We have to group. Coaching calls a month and pretty much every session. Somebody comes across and says they spit not working. And so we say okay. That's nice what do you mean by not working. And i think the first thing we've got to remember is a lot of us look at open rates as a signal as to whether your email marketing is not working. How do people are opening our emails. The problem with that is it's not that useful a metric. it's well it's not totally unuseful. We have talked about in previous episodes. The reason that we obsessed with an open rates is because it's the big number that the amar in platform shows us because they have that data to some degree. So i think open rates is probably not a good indicator that it's not working. The the point is interesting is if they suddenly started plummeting so if your open rate is x. percent and let's say it's twenty percent and then suddenly it goes to eighteen. Then it's fifteen than it's just saying this declining open rate then. That's a trend. Definitely take up. What are they going. Remember is this question which we get in the free facebook group that you will mark community and all over. The place is what's a good open rate. We probably see that a couple of times a month over in the group right under the answer is always the same. The reasonable like no. It's not a nice answer right. It's not what anybody wants to hear. But we gotta remember the business and email marketing. That goes with. It is a one player game. That's a really important thing to think about email. I'm business all of that. It is a one player game. You are your numbers. Is your revenue up. Is your prophet up. Is your open rate up on what your numbers doing in your business and the only aim of your game that your plan right now is to increase your numbers. Whatever you're starting out you might be at a sixty percent open rate that we talked about with guests in the past who've had that all u continuing to maintain that and sometimes you're going to see declines because of those we'll get into in a second so let's forget about open rates as an indicate a directly of whether it's work or not fact. We have a different number that we like to actually consider think. Yeah just before we talk about that. Think the other thing that's interesting about open. Rates is the most people are expecting too much from their email straightaway. So like we've had people come onto our into our hotline coaching calls in the league. Or just you know. Talk to us events. And they've said things like i've got only sixty percent of my people opened my emails. And what they mean by that. Is there's a whopping forty percent of people that's four hundred out of every thousand the not opening my emails and they feel like that's a catastrophe and actually that's in most industries would be considered an almighty big open. So i think again. Don't expect too much from your email if you are just getting started and you're really looking at this and you're kind if you think you number is low because you you know what are the people's must be by you know surely it's going to be higher than that. So that's the first thing is doing this heart until you've at least investigates find okay. Great book what other other people in my marketplace. What what should. I be washed. I'll be aiming for is like benchmark right. I in one player game. You want to do that. You're not aiming for eighty percent when everyone else in your industry is only getting twenty percent. That's an unrealistic place to start. You want to at least be aiming for about the same saw a number but the as can he said the metric we really look for is nothing really to do with open rates or click through rates or any of that stuff. It's actually to do with how much money you're gonna make per subscriber per month because at the end of the day. You can't pay your bills. You can't pay your staff you can't pay for all that software the ears you compared to listening to this podcast quits. Right you can't pay all of the stuff that you see with with open rates. Click through rates. Instead you want to actually making sales so there's this old adage and i don't know where it's coming from but i think it's a myth this ancient thing that's been going around saying you should be able to earn an. I heard again this morning. One dollar per subscriber month in your business so if you've got one on subscriber you should make doll. I've got a hundred subscribers. You make one hundred dollars thousand subscribers. You should make thousand dollars now. I know that a lot of businesses are struggling to actually get anywhere close to that number so i think first of all. That number is a myth. However if you do it right you can make significantly more than one dollar per subscriber per month under that. The metric is higher than one dollars per subscriber per month. But what you really want to be focused on is that number which is a like a cocktail of things. it's a cocktail of urban rates and click through rates and conversion rates. And all of that stuff. Because of course they do factor into that equation. If nobody is opening your emails. You're not gonna make any money per month. So they do factor into it but it's it's way more complex than just open rates quickly rates because again it factors in the stuff you promoting the relationship you've got with your list. How often you make office. I mean one of the things to remember as well. I think people forget. This is about the sample size like how many people are on your list. That really affected. And it's like it's double edged sword as well so for example. If you've got a a massive list well as your list grows in general because of technology and because of all the constraints around tack basically your open rates and a lot of your deliverability percentage wise are gonna come gonna come down because you'll like working. These servers a lot harder which means all of the email providers. Esp's eugene males and your white males and hot meals and all that stuff are all going to get a bit more sensitive. You're sending a lot of email. We're going to have considerate less personal. So we're gonna give you slightly less deliverability that's kind of what happens so with a lodge list. It's actually very natural for as this grows for that deliverability for that open rape and for those numbers per subscriber to watch to actually reduce the other thing to remember is with a small list. So that's the good thing we a big list of calls you've got more people. And that's a lovely flip side of that smaller list. you can have probably higher open rates. Probably more earnings per subscriber most more sales and more value per subscribe. But the pop. The the negative is that you you. Have you have a smaller sample size. You have less data you literally have less people going through an off. I when you put it out there so if you've got fifty people on your list and let's see hundreds making make the math easy because that's not do kennedy math live on the show. So let's do a hundred people on your list and you put them you send them to an offer to a sales page off a page and one person buys it you might go to one percent conversion rate will you have. You've only put one central of hundred people. Compare that two thousand where you might get ten people by might get twenty people by. You're not giving enough of all over opportunity so you do constantly balance those two things and of course a big a big a list is probably not will take all over a smaller list in general but just be aware that but as it grows you might get those numbers deplete so think about the first part of this gas is to think about. What do you mean by. It's not working. Does it mean i'm not making sales. Because that is the ultimate macro metric. All you make in sound. What is your earnings per subscriber and is it going up or is it coming down. That's what you want know. Take a period of time january. How did we make some scribner and that simple math. Isn't it simply number two subscribers and it's the people are and how much earned that month from the from the subscribers right lovely stuff.

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25k Christmas Bitcoin?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:31 min | 2 months ago

25k Christmas Bitcoin?

"I will get you back to the markets right now and we have say a bit of an interesting little progression when it comes to bitcoin. Of course we saw some pretty quick selling off. And i'll tell you what. I did find quite. I guess what is fascinating. This morning is also doing the scandal. Just before the scan sorry was that the market was down from its highs. Twelve hundred forty five dollars and it was like oh. I looked to where it was from the hamanaka jason. We've come with a thousand bucks but it didn't really look as a blip at all on the job it's not a big candy. Who really. it's not it wasn't wild. It was now to control So you have really really interesting to see how the market has changed much in such a short period of time. Of course what we've now got is last. Wakes cattle is a very big one. It's up twenty two point four seven percent. Now that's that's the biggest bullish candle that we have had Jays for a very long time. I'm enclosing up that far that i think that is the The largest single weekly candle grain a since backing limbs that Since back in one of the twenty twenty two point. Five three yeah. I really think that was the biggest candles since back. I'm trying to find them The twelfth of february two thousand eighteen the biggest closing margin there that was twenty eight point nine percent but this shot is looking something special. Now i'm truly through all time highs. We are well and truly through twenty thousand and we could well and truly go a lot higher and tight. That wrong downside. The that may saying she buy bitcoin. What i take it would. Would you take it as is that. I believe we will move higher in time. I also believe that. We'll get some vicious pullbacks This is up. This is a very very volatile market. So be prepared. It's those pullback settle for opportunity for us it is. of course the trendies up the trendy. Strong and i'm loving it. Twenty three thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. I want to say that again. Twenty three thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars for bitcoin. Now one point one four percent little candle on the day so fi easy extended could say pullback the next pool could lauren up to be absolutely wonderful trading opportunity and i will be keeping every close eye on that up two hundred and fifty dollars to die that cradles line on that sort of twelve and six day now. I'm just waiting to see what it does. I'd love to see a little bush candidate. But i'd love. I'd love tried on We currently at point seven percent six hundred and forty two dollars and ninety five cents loss. Wake look at did close up. Don't get me wrong but nothing. Bitcoin is percent on a theory. Yeah so it has had run prior. Obviously coming off of syrian data. You could board one dollar a start at one hundred dollars in a little bit lower. Didn't know what was ally they. Id four dollars thirty two. You could buy which just seems. I mean not i mean you very likely attacks within twelve months old Theory that's a deal so just just amazing to say it is still strong your own the weekly just not having that same gusto as bitcoin. Six hundred and forty three dollars. Rotten now ex up as fifty six point four cents up one point seven percent couple of big guys loss weight twenty percent and what currently. It's a bit of a dead dog machado. Unlock it really. That much loss wakes kennel declaw fight. Sent a pretty wild ryan range on exa play from the heart of the lilama. Just take you through what that is from the high to the low thirty three percent while very well die at one point five percents dight. Bitcoin cash right now is up. Six point eight percent and really has said goodbye to that To seven eight literally waiting for traits all of within this trend. There's been a couple of opportunities for which i did not manage to capture. I was busy fraud afternoon. Trying to get myself on a new flight and then saturday flying and yesterday while i was cropping nas moves going on We'll tell you that as far as training opportunities on bitcoin cash right now don't really see it. Last week was a very big wake for bitcoin. Cash up twenty six percent as well so it's starting to get his legs back site move quite well. Three hundred and seventy two dollars. Ninety five is what we are at right now. Like point cracking wake last week. Two hundred and a hundred and fourteen dollars forte down half a percent today. Lost weight closed up nearly forty percent. The biggest mover in the talk ten. I'm writing a pool bucks on whiting pullbacks on on the high timeframe looking at the elliott Looking at the twelve. That sort of thing. It's not there yet. There's nothing that four am want. Give us something later on but having to be patient. One hundred fourteen dollars end now. Twenty five cents ten point four percent af three dollars and twenty three cents still very slow Yesterday was up two point. Seven five percents that i currently up three percent all starting to get a little momentum with the now

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Interview With Daniela Corrente of Reel

How I Built This

05:05 min | 2 months ago

Interview With Daniela Corrente of Reel

"Hey everyone welcome to how. I built this resilience edition from npr on. These episodes were hearing from entrepreneurs and business leaders about how they've been building resilience into their businesses during this very challenging year. And today we're gonna hear from danielle corrientes ceo and co founder of real. It's a digital platform. The makes saving money easier and helps. People make big purchases like furniture or electron or clothing without taking on credit card debt. Think of this as a society. We've been told that shopping is fine right giving your stress you shop when you find your job saving. It's gary right savings. it's people to have money. We haven't been dawn to see the potential of brown cashflows. People are driven by emotion. Right you are nine. We like to relieve. They were rushing beans but when he comes numbers. I love the musicians that we may come from. Unemotional plays and actually were a real came to live. Where using that behavior knowledge to bring unexperienced of savings as relatable or people. So it's a savings platform. But can you explain how it works. Yeah of course. So let's say you want and you microphone this mike for his amazing this one. Not so much great. You know you want on your microphone. And that he's three hundred dollars rising. Come door website and we go. You would find dollars today. You can have adding beast amount of time a new play with it. Connect your bank account and we automatically start. We'll be money from your bank account doors goal. Ask your saving or sending your load of reinforcement. We go you guy. You are amazing. Your grade you're going to achieve your goals without going into that you can share it with your friends. You can boost that if said bill on the microphone. You once you complete sailing. All you have to do is come from your tubing address and we play the order on your behalf. So there's a full circle from the moment that you want in your microphone to the moment that you're interview in your microphone and you guys partner with some big name. Brands businesses like bloomingdale's and some others And is that how it works. You basically go on your website and you identify products on the website that you need or maybe you don't need but you just want and that's that's what you start to save towards so you can come into website and start saving for whatever you want and that's actually connected with the twenty twenty story that i'm sure we'll get too soon. We also aggregate inventory from thousands of stores so we serve us in aggregate are where we you know scrape their web and present it would civilities of items based on what you have like before and we are starting to direct partnerships with retailers. We bought the point of urges instead of putting something on a wishlist and not taking action. I do actually start saving or things as their shopping. How did you come up with the idea. It was born of personal fascination. wait consumer finance. I was the first one family to move to the states. I moved here for college. And you know the early two thousands if you had a bowl you guard and that was the way they was right. We know any better. I go on my credit card was thousand builder guard i loved. I thought it wants two thousand or reacher. I imagine i mean even sponsored. A child right. I thought i had so much money that i went to uni dot com and sponsor a child for eighteen dollars on. I was just like i. I got two thousand dollar limit. And i had no idea what he was right and then really quickly understood what the high interest that had men i. What did he do. Bay laid became fascinated with financial psychology. Why humans we make decisions that we make because we associate happiness. We'd have started on lifestyle on behalf of lifestyle is gonna win one dollars. Assassination that it had for years. But i didn't do anything that on deal in a couple of years ago and that came out of jews working in advertising in new york act breath that was now go founder was working on and we were chatting one day and he told me. Hey do you actually know. That millennials Credit card and obviously these days sporting years after michael thousand builder. The ask and i'm like wait. Hold on what what happened. What happened in these years. That i haven't been paying attention to consumer finance and i put out a survey monkey and Sent questions as a marketer. I'm curious i would venture now starting accompanied with the intention of understanding the market. And you know what really fascinating answers about people telling me look. I don't know how to say. I want to say but it seems to complicate it. It seems to stressful would be years of selling products to consumers worn on retail. I i started really inking about. How can we connect these feeling like seidman with

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Are They Really Going To Ban Stablecoins?

The Cryptoverse

10:41 min | 3 months ago

Are They Really Going To Ban Stablecoins?

"So are they really gonna bend stable coins. This seems to be one of the biggest news stories out there right now. You know when something. He's a maybe that is something that really gets twit crypto with to go in a kind say crypto twitter going. Because when is maybe we all started debating the probability of it happening. And that's natural. I suppose because as soon as we know what's going to happen in the future then we make like investing decisions and positions that rhymes allows us to get ahead of the curve. So we wanna know how to position ourselves ahead of the curve. And if it's going to happen we can do that. So in this case. I'll start off with a tweet from congresswoman rashida web t. l. a. You pronounce that so you want to get as close to the primary source possible. I was just thinking about this amigo in journalism. You call primary source. But i suppose in crypto that's like the base layer lay zero so it's at the blockchain layer so this is the tweet from the horse's mouth. There's another way you'd say so the the tweet l. post in the notes so here he goes. It says preventing cryptocurrency providers from repeating the crimes against low and moderate income residents of cola. Traditional big banks have is critically important. That's why i'm proud to announce the hashtag stable act with two of the representatives. Never mind the names. Governors them links. So what i'd like to know. Straightway by the way first thing. I'd like to know is Specifically what is meant by crimes against low and moderate income residents of course so of color talk about people in united states. who are people of color. Get that so other crimes though. We're talking about you know declining bank accounts like when the replied full by people have colorized us. Well if that's the case if we are talking about when a person of color applies for bank account and gets declined because there were president of the crypto communities already solved that problem right. People of color can download in a theory. Will it do some online work and then get paid in die stable coins. Da so in that scenario. There's no possibility of discrimination because creating a theory will it is free and is permission list and die a stable coin which is protected from volatility. So that's that a die is also not ted the to dulles it's backed by a theory of another permission this asset so the floor is in the first few words of this tweet that says preventing cryptocurrency providers ding ding ding. So reheat. a main will be aware that stable coins like di do not have centralized providers behind them so these stable coins these owned chain stable coins their generated on public network without requiring permission from anyone. And because there's no personal information required. It doesn't matter what color you cola isn't even a consideration because it doesn't matter it's a totally lit fed flare so tony fair and level playing field for everybody. So there's your solution right net now before anyone roasts onto it's about transaction fees a theory him being discriminatory to low and moderate income. People i hear you so us instead. Download the one that wallet. They'll provide you with a free account. And then you can use any one of a dozen collateralized stable coins e else where transactions are free. so that's not bad back to the tweet then links to T. l. a. I don't house dot gov which is the greater detail about this particular piece of legislation. They call it they call it the stable act right. Which is kind of ironic. Isn't it but stands for stable coin tethering and bank licensing enforcement. Now that's clearly been shoehorned into the acronym stable so they might not be. What is actually says. Is that this week. These congress people got together with the chairman of the task force for financial to l. d. blah blah blah and introduce these stable act which is which would protect consumers from the risks imposed by imagining digital payment instruments such as facebook's libra which is now called diem and they will coins current offered in the market by regulating their issuance and related commercial activities. It then says digital currencies who value is permanently pegged to or stabilized against a traditional currency like the dollar pose new regulatory challenges while also representing a growing source of market liquidity and credit risk. So that's that's the first paragraph talking about here in a press. Release on this website. So again this is aimed squarely acc- stable coins data pegged to dollar reserves it specifically says pegged stabilized against traditional conventional currency reserves. I just described above with regards to like the algorithm mickley stabilized coins that are backed by commission assets like theory more. Well that's a technological solution to this problem. Rather nate legislative one and plus. This technology already exists right now today. Ready to use right after you finish listening to this podcast. But as ever since since behavior always flows from identity. If you are a regulator will your primary purpose is to regulate not solve problems no matter how many times you say. Oh we're actually trying to solve problems note. If you're a regulator your primary purpose is to regulate not solve problems otherwise you'd call yourself a problem sold and that's why you'd be accountable for the outcome of your work would be solutions to problems. But it isn't the outcome of the work that you do as a regulator is regulation so that we got. You have to ask that question though. What would rashid do if she say. Listen to this podcast. When and investigated the tools of his mentioned and discovered that they can accomplish the exact goal. They're aiming to achieve well at that point. Would this draft law than be put in the been and be labeled job done or would it create a fear. They accept that this pro has already been sold. They lose their peppis so discovering. How effective those unchain stable coin solutions May create the snowball of fear along the lines of olga. If these innovators really have sold this problem with technology what are the problems that they solved that. We're supposed to be tasked with solving that also asked like w- what if they're able to solve all the problems with technology. Then what would we do with ourselves as regulators so the end of the day politicians and regulators the human beings but the same fears and emotions and thoughts as the rest of us. So i can't help but look at it from that point of view as well put back to the specific gripes. That rashida has britain. would these stable coins. This often hear about guaranteeing customer deposits. Well with own chain stable coins. The reserves a completely transparent and auditable the stable coins themselves that issued by smart contracts and backed by more collateral than traditionally pick stable coins like tether by eos book. If i ever need. I've got the vigor system platform open right this minute and if i look it the vegas stable coin right this minute. The collateral ratio eat a hundred and fifty percent so wild pig stable coins. Like the us. Dc jimmy dolla. They all have one does worth of cash for every one dollar stable coin. These unchain stable claims like vega will has one dollars fifty of collateral backing everyone stable coin and more than that if a person of color where paid in viggo for some wag that they did well the past them would be zero collateral risk. That's all taken care of behind the scenes by the insurers of the protocol level and so the de the holder of the vega has absolutely no knowledge whatsoever this going on and neither do the insurers have any knowledge of the and using the stable coins. That unearth Or not doesn't matter that don't care right that is providing the insurance system and engaging with the protocol and that's the end of it that's their relationship the relationship with the protocol not the uses that don't care about the as long as they play by the rules which you have to anyway so those protections are built right in. It's not even a consideration right. Discrimination based on skin color is completely impossible at the protocol level if someone decides not to hire someone for a job say because the applicant is a person of color will obsolete nothing to do the way money works. That's a whole separate problem that needs addressing a whole separate conversation beyond the scope of this particular podcast so whether the law gets passed in this this stable at low whether he gets passed in the us or not. i personally would much rather people of color. Just use the on table coins anyway right. Just do that anyway. If you listen to this and you are coa go check out things like meta mask and the die. Stable coin for theory amiss. Da and then if you wanna look at the us equivalent look out for the one bat. Wallet and the vega stable coin his v. i. g. o.

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"one dollars" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"one dollars" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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"one dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"one dollars" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"one dollars" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"one dollars" Discussed on The Big 98

"You want for just one dollar even pumpkin spice latte even a pumpkin spice latte but are you judging me because I'm a man who sells mostly I'm judging you because you're rooting for the other team but also because you can get any hot beverage any size for one dollar which is seven eleven app and you only get a pumpkin spice latte Hey man I like what I like by a vote ninety eight in there you would just the physician in the dark Saturday same kind of thing alright time to open up messages from you guys let's open up the mailbag they write Hey Bobby I went on a first date last week and the guy showed up drunk yep we met at the restaurant and he was already drunk when he got there any kept drinking more during appetizers and things got a little bit awkward I don't want to be rude in a day early so we ordered a main courses but then I'd as fast as I could and I said no thanks to desert he sent me a text later.

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"one dollars" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"one dollars" Discussed on KTRH

"Thirty one dollars with a check of your money from the office of heritage asset advisors I'm Pat sham pretties radio seven forty KTRE well they started keeping temperature records in eighteen eighty fox's John saucier reports that he was certainly on in July this past month of July was the hottest month plan it earth is seen since the record keeping began the national oceanic and atmospheric administration say they expected this to happen thanks to a record heat wave which affected several European countries last month so far this year temperatures have again been above the long term average but not quite as hot as it was in twenty sixteen scientists say expect more this due to man made climate change John saucier a fox news Astros in Oakland pre game at eight here on Katie our rage now more Sean Hannity scar cutter usuario sudden forty Katie are rich dot com traffic center this report is sponsored by sterling McCall Toyota sixty four point end of summer extravaganza leave the new twenty nineteen or the new twenty nineteen hundred drawbacks DSS package just put it on a month for thirty six months Toyota dot com ever wonder why European seem to speak so many languages maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning Japanese battles award winning technology gets you speaking right away whether you're learning Spanish French or German and best of all you'll remember what you've learned I always thought I was bad at languages but after using battle I can tell you I was just talk the wrong way using battles ten to fifteen minute lessons you.

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"one dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"one dollars" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"One dollars and you're not allowed to ask are you a citizen with the president continuing the battle for citizenship counties politically advantageous I think that he wants to create fear and then you go to is a former Obama justice department official who opposes adding the citizenship question there's no question that there has already been significant damage even by the sheer specter of the question being on and all of that kind of in suing noise from the trump administration even though the president said in his rose garden event he was not backing down justice department said it will inform the courts they will not include a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census color read the CBS news the White House in a legal victory for president trump a federal appeals court tossed out a lawsuit that sought to enforce the constitution's mall Youmans gloss over revenue Mr trump is made up of foreign officials who stay at his Washington DC hotel CBS the Stephen Portnoy reports from the White House the Attorney General of Maryland and the district of Columbia argue the trump hotel a few blocks from the White House attracts foreign officials customers who they argue what otherwise have stated different properties in town but a three judge panel of the fourth circuit court of appeals composed entirely of Republican appointees has thrown out the suit finding the jurisdictions like standing to sue a separate case brought by democratic lawmakers is still pending in the DC circuit court the UK ambassador to the U. S. R. Kim Derek resigned Wednesday following leaked criticism of the trump administration more from CBS is Margaret Brennan Sir came Derek's resignation came after days of unrelenting criticism by president trump who said he would no longer work with the British ambassador and he continued to lash out on Twitter calling Derek wacky pompous in a very stupid guy in a statement Derek said the current situation is making it impossible for me to carry out my role as I would like prime minister Theresa may said she regretted that decision and hope two won't prevent other diplomats from being candid government depends on public service being able to give full and Frank.

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"one dollars" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"one dollars" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"That was not som- to play. What I meant to play this thing. Oh my God. I could see myself in. Tame on volunteer to one dollars. And. Need just come back to, to real life worse? Yes. All of us are in like like you say you just imagine that the novice. In your baby hits you in the face with some baby powder, or some shit bring you back to reality did all those commercials always president me 'cause I always bring you back to reality. It's like your life sucks. But if you had a chair, it might not suck for a second. Escapism. I realized over the break speaking to random thoughts I did have a couple that are out. Now, I'll try to go through and fast. I had an epiphany. This last two weeks. Did you guys know and maybe you are nudist and I didn't care. And I don't know if you knew okay? They call them cargo shorts 'cause they have so many pockets for you to carry your stuff aka cargo. No. I just Don random. They called them cargo pants. I do too. I thought that's some shifts in why people made up. Oh, cargo bands. Okay. I guess I blew my own mind. I'll I can't remember what I was watching. But I, I just eat the summer said the were cargo or somebody was like, yeah, I need to put. Oh, I know what it was. I was watching a woman who had dressed with pockets thing was able to Vernay on on the daily shows. I just got pockets you flexing on. So I was Raja's half hiking started stuff. It was like, yeah. And now it's like ya'll, then maybe we wouldn't pay carry purses. And now it's like wait a minute. Even if you have pockets on you judge price, you'll need a purse because Depok is not going to be big enough to carry all your shipping your purse, right. It's so much stuff in a purse, I was like, you know, be great if they had like shorts mad pocket sold on. And then you could put our yoke stuff in there. Cargo short. And I blew my own mind those looking like we bay. Another thing, I think, is the definitive. Like, if we had a we had a court case, we had a trial, and it was sugar grits versus the people. Overlord. Right. We put sugar trial guys. I think I have my mouth Matthew mcconaughey. Hey. At the end of a time to kill argument against sugar GRIs, okay? Now circles around on the internet. Some your phase I hear. Eating this bombing nation. You know and all this shit, right? But I think I've finally fucking got the closing argument that is not debatable. No restaurant sell sugar. It's on the menu. No. No. I rest my mother fucking case. Visit anybody else wanted me. Now they don't because you're not supposed to have sugaring Chris, they will tell you, some grits, they got salt and pepper already in them. Geez. At t's all kinds of it. Right. But all everybody gives you the salt and pepper version of grits, if they're going to put anything in Grece, what they don't presume is that there are multiple people who won't sugar Grizz no restaurants would do that 'cause they're gonna fucking business and it's not just it's every chain. I worked up well, I don't know, fucking sugar grits on the menu. You can't even tell me as a waiter plasma sugar and migrates know, nigga, you'd ruin your grits with that bullshit. You not about the sumit's you're gonna taste on your own. Right. Then he's I you know, I I'm not knocking, and there's some I said, well, they have sugar on the table. Yeah. They also have catch up on the table. Don't tell you put on your stake. Okay. There's sugar you don't put sugar on just anything on your plate. No bullshit. They got cream on, on the you don't put creaming your beer. Like Hamama yacht, just accept that y'all are eaten in abomination..

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"one dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"one dollars" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"one dollars" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"one dollars" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Complaining about the derby person Christmas. Foul. I want to tell you why I believe the Kentucky. I would be one dollar. Buck one dollar one American dollar winner. Take all for a buck. That's the derby should be. And I believe that since I was eight years old turned to my all male one day and said why is there? I think I went to three fifty that year. That what it did suburbs? In Frank story that we read from for the blood horse news update acne year. There was the person crease only check it out on a double check this. I remember making the comment. What my father having a conversation. Yep. I was nine years old and went to three hundred fifty thousand dollars in nineteen eighty six and I said, I turned nine in eighty six and I was I was eight when they announced I was just like, whoa. Why the derby should be one dollar. It's the Kentucky Derby. One dollars. Now, my feary over the last ninety years would have removed three winners. It would remove good old CLYDE van Dusen funny side and mine that bird. Right. Yeah. That was the first thing. I thought of you lose the lose the gal dings, that's it. Geldings ghetto run. Let alone win. I just gave you three and ninety years. Those are the three. Yeah. That's it. That's it three and ninety years. Not listen you talking to Mr. funny side. But. I mean, it should be one dollar. One dollar. Costs money to get there though. One dollar. What about all, you know, at one dollar would do to? One dollar would keep the riffraff out. That's a one dollar would do. Wanna feel the fourteen that people clamor for I got no problem with the twenty. I never had a problem with the twenty. They've had twenty four in there. Yeah. They've had twenty four if I had if I if you put a gun to my head and said. We're going to go up or down. I'd go to eighteen and give it a two stall nonsense that everybody worries about what gates one and two. But I don't really have much of a problem with the twenty. By the personnel. The buck one dollar. Let the let the US men make a commemorative dollar every year making a gold planet dollar whatever you gotta do. Jackie and trainer in them. You pay them. The track pay them. The track pay the jockey trainer. Can't really take it out of that pockets. Right. Right. And I'll walk for the owners. I'm one of the biggest owner advocates. There is one dollar. Go back in history. And finally with the what what the worst. A derby winner did. Worst money earned by what over farm stood them, whatever whatever whatever whoever owned the derby. When it what's the worst day ever did at stud for a study. I mean, I can't imagine. It's. I can't imagine it's worth the purse. Yeah. It's five times the purse or four three times the purse. Yeah. I mean, that's your live off. I mean, grindstone and Giacomo or or an order. One dollar. Eight bits eight bits. That's what I that's me. That's me. That's why people don't want me being Commissioner you guys. Love me being Commissioner put that three ball back in your pocket me million one dollars. That's it pay. You guys got to pay the Jocson me owner the Jackson the trainer. I think that's fair. Sure. Right. And take it like, you gotta take care of take care on the exercise Roddy. The the groom hot Walker. Everybody gets a piece, and I don't even think, and I don't even necessarily think the trainer. Should get as much as I don't think trainers you have to get their full freight. Or the jock. But they gotta get something very close to the full freight. Right. If you win if you win the Kentucky Derby one hundred thousand dollars, if you're the trainer in the jockey. And you wack up another fifty thousand between the bond. Now the hundred thousand between the barn. Everybody who works for the winning trainer gets whatever it is whatever's on the payroll gets a check. And if you're me get up just 'cause you tried to beat the favourite. I mean you. The same boat or the same boat. They go eight nine six six four seven seven six. Now. Now every owner they're beginning this not talk to me anymore. I don't care one dollar. What do you do at the Preakness Belmont? Then..

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"one dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"one dollars" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"By joining the actual plus dot com club. It was early this week. I'm sorry as we explain it was just up too much in sure period of time. In other words, we just thought that this was just too much of a rocket. Okay. I think that her charge say the same thing next up. How about the weekly chart of a stock that led this whole market today? Intel which surged three point five percent, but it's still pretty much of a laggard compared to the group over the weekend. Broden told me that in Tokyo be ready to war. Oh, I just wish we run the segment on Monday because you seen today's rally common, but well, you do so what is going on here? It's all about symmetry, a concept that help recall the bottom in the NASDAQ one hundred back in April, the ideas that large swings in the same stock tippy similar in size. The last time in Todd brutal decline. Wasn't twenty teens lookback here. Okay. Twenty. Fourteen two thousand fifteen stock shed. Keep this number mind. Thirteen thirteen points that it's not percentage. So when inter once again, tumble thirteen dollars and change from its peak in June two, it's twelve last month. It gave Brody idea that the stock might be the bottom. I know it's just sounds like really simplistic, right? But it's real and it's surprising how often it works out. She's told us ally at the same time. She also spotted a confluence of fibber Naci relationships between forty two and forty four, which gave the company stock and nice level of support. Sure. Enough. Now Intel's roaring, it's already back up to forty, eight thousand change. How high can it go based on a methodology. Prudence, his Intel's about to clear another important hurdle, so this can get above forty nine. She thinks it could be smooth sailing to sixty one dollars and twenty eight cents. But on the other hand, you know, this works of Intel falls below her floors support around forty to fifty all bets off and go lower. But for now she thinks the Bush Nero is like is looking a lot more likely. If they get their chips in time member that's been spending manufacturing glitz and she's going to be right on that, but we don't know the answer by now. Let's take a look at one that has been a slow and steady wins the race. Let's look at Texas Instruments. TSN. Here's another example. Symmetry, the stock fell sixteen dollars in twenty three cents. Okay. From its June highs to its lows last month before rebounding pretty dramatically over the last few weeks. Well, guess what? The last time Texas really got hit in April those it was at sixteen dollars and sixteen cents. The kind of years ago we saw another sixteen dollar decline. If it happens again, don't be surprised at this reverses after similar fall. I know it seems silly if you tried to put this in a screenplay about Wall Street, they'd laugh. Yeah, the room. What can I say? Truth is dumber than fiction. So where does broken tech systems might be headed as long as the stock holds above. One hundred today intra-day low from September twelfth. She's the stock going higher. She thinks go from one hundred and eight to one hundred twenty two, but she'd be a lot more. If if the stock rally a few more points to one twelve clearing important ceiling of resistance. And again, if Texas Instruments breaks down below the floor support, one one, two one. Oh two. Well, she thinks could fall in the ninety four at the moment though the futures looking good for Texan. I just don't think that's going to happen. I think it's more likely that goes up the quarter actually years been quite good for the company. Finally, there's broadcom wile controversial, but it's a longtime quaver faith and it's run by the great hock-tan. We've had one squawk on the street..

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"one dollars" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

Barstool Rundown

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"one dollars" Discussed on Barstool Rundown

"I win get so excited those videos on mike that's a lot of how many loses that what loons or whatever all loonies loonies how many lose a canadian currency how do you not know that how many loonies up it's ten thousand loonies because he's he's one one dollars dollars a unit one to one oh well yeah i mean with the exchange rate one point two we'll reason the salary cap sucks named shelves because you're stupid loonies suck this coming from a chicago fan just job complaining about it yes that's the line i mean if the canadian economy wasn't in shit and maybe we could you know sign up more players don't signed bad contracts yes there's been a couple of those that's all i'm gonna say okay over to the nba your big nba basketball chambers ryan whitney right right like one in one is the worst run down for him to be on legal doesn't watch any thanks for coming trash our sponsors the warriors no you you can get in on it now he doesn't know that would give some people different perspective of different different angle different mindset you'll actually get in on this because the warriors nickname is apparently they hamptons five which has to actually be the worst nick games in the history of sports i think the worst that's tough one who got kirk oh this yeah yeah i mean the warriors are so funny because they're so far so good steve is ready front part of your confidence in hampton's five as a starting unit based on an andre in his adaptability hasn't started ton fee the last two years but you feel like any plug them in anywhere i still am amused that we just matter of factly call them the hamptons five.

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"one dollars" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"one dollars" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Mexico doesn't have inflation and people starving to death of the entire population gave our cabbie a thousand mexican dollars at the end of the day pay pesos so anyway going on here with the story medeiros redundant redenomination plan was met with serious skepticism by critics than analysts who say that the impact hold on a second one thousand pesos is sixty dollars i think it was two time twenty pesos is one dollars two hundred is ten so that's yeah you're right i'm sorry yeah sorry roundabout number that i figured dropped this hero and my brain excuse me so anyway going on here the of course critics and analysts are skeptical saying the impact on hyper inflation would be minimal and that the plan would be confusing all right are you ready by june second under medeiros plan new boulevards with lower denominations would be circulated but old ones with denominations as high as one hundred thousand would remain valid it would leave vendors charging to prices one for the old bills the other for the redenominate boulevard so they must have found a new printer mark toll free number here is eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom we'll talk about some of the other plan aspects here in moments and why it's just not going to.

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"one dollars" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"one dollars" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"One dollars there seagull rock for me together we both go crazy never keep listening we just keep getting rich you know true try downey's mind used mine now foia take and i'm a mob and give money how confront me stay charlotte never lodhi swear most likely mcdonald's should never lie mind mine.

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"one dollars" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"one dollars" Discussed on Z100

"One dollars a naked the framing i doubt is gonna be just like bennett said he had neglected mia mamma book it is i know what can with death i know what can the from back the back of that debate the dacas back again and again within a that in a wide open in an open only became known under the all danforth said this always to get a boy's mother pebble noises tuneup luggage waited three for the treaty i'm trying to reach everbody in at the deep deep one teeth one down trying to reach one who dethroned debbie saturday teeth when to make it really wanted what right now in that everybody looked nobody heard it is hit a bus waigel underway i'm david blaine liban its david aims to talk about you what we are now this is a step in his name so more first week been hair's vows they katy perry that in the senate inside the i don't know what his minutes scary give up important vicechief all went on 3pointer he like free throw anybody hand on the boy step back and then beat them up light rain rain rain ring ring rain rain rain rain ring roadway that kevin durant on much check the numbers i'm a champion of people in a boy anymore nbn ambient note his name than they noted merely for sure fortyfour now his forty four more two two pooped wow he of ramps that's it he's amazing love your logic and support our logic your logic to go by 44 more he's everyone's logic these our lodge we share him we share custody thank you logic thanks for some new music and welcome to the weekend we'll be right back phone tap coming up.

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"one dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"one dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Dollars for a lunch g can very quickly to i would never think about your lunch was like okay it's going to be six marks i gotta give a tip in there may be i'll get to nine dollars window but our members twenty one dollars alerts you made in that inflation so it has to be part of your plan and then and then this is one of the ones that nobody talks about and how you can think about doing retirement without talk about taxes is beyond me yeah this is a big one and it and it's one that can catch a lotta people off guard i guess and this is just random example bring up a social security can be taxed nonoil a of people out there that would just shock them to find that out sure absolutely urges things like the tattletale reports of people always laugh when i say talia report source of what lewis so the tattletale report people go what does he talked about he was that thing the bank said gee you know the talha oh okay i thought i thought my sister was started sending notes to the government after a certain now now now now what this is this is when you've gone you've made some money and now on your nonqualified dollars those dollars that we give rewarded dollar he go spend a dollar love for how we get this thing called a ten ninety nine at the end of the year yes i like to refer to as the tattletale report 'cause they're tattletale in our new insane oh look you made some interesting we'll so guess what happens though now we take that we apply it to our tax return underpinned paul what bracket rian what did we really make on those dollars okay added we pay the tax the ten ninety nine is so sometimes making rule changes can have a big impact i see people like their portfolios really are bad but they're giving it all back because what their pain and taxes yard that makes.

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"one dollars" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"one dollars" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"The man caused eighty one dollars you buy one for eighty one dollars they say ninety thousand people vardi preordered it it's gonna get released later this year but yeah hit you with your uh your tempo it'll tell you like uh you know what you're riding a bike it tells you your rope rotations per minute yeah this is thrusts other t which your tv i tell that will get their young ends up in spin class yes so you could get you dpm that i don't know i don't know what my rpms should be i have no clue well we figured out now you can share to the world because that's what i think people would do right as you want to be at the top the leaderboard you want to put that on your tinder profile and the good thing is that no one on icon you don't have to share so if you have a poor one discount close at one out don't put it in with your averages and try to stay atop the leaderboard leaderboard pretty much fitbit for your pain it's available kyle what kind of batteries it has i'm not sure what kind ones but they say it will rush ahead last roughly six to eight hours just on what those samsung explosive batteries you know what i'm saying land yeah that'd be bad recalled aditya and they'll be bad iin tv news today from pig tv news today we have if you monitored the twitter account of net slicks you would have seen a poll should we make another season of stranger things question mark haven't seen episode yet of season two hours later it was a retweeting themselves and said for the love of steve so hold tight baby dart's season 3 is officially happening of stranger things now this is really big news because not only because it stranger things in its big news because the show's credible knauss great throwback big news but because it has made me because our because of this and what i'm watching now i decided i have to expand my best tv shows of all time to five all at saint sava because.

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"one dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"one dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Five cents the tax that you are looking at on that two lire bottles soda is one dollar and seventeen cents now if the average bob it'll of soda is a dollar fifty nine that is a seventy four percent tax some instances if it's a dollar twenty nine of its on sale for a dollar nineteen that goes down to one hundred percent tax so you can say well it's only one point seven five cent it's less than two cents who's gonna know the difference it will double all the price of your soda this is nothing more than a tax grab because when they're done with soda tax taxes they are going to go after mark my words the next is going to be a coffee tax because we all know the coffee the caffeine and coffee is an addictive drug in america and the world is addicted to coffee in caffeine we know that they're going to grow after a border tax there will be a meet taxed there will be a chicken tax they're going to do a meet tax in two ways they're going to say number one degree use it under the guise of global warming climate change because all the cows with our flatulence in their methane release increases the probability of climate change so we are going to tax it on the farm level and at the supermarket level they will give you a double whammy if you think i'm kidding and you think i sound crazy would you ever predict there would be a soda tax would you ever predict there will be a fifty three percent tax on sorcar ars they're not done the taxi kratz the enemies of food the enemies of pleasure they are coming after us not just on the shoulder but after other food products they'll come after us with the meat tax with the couch taxed with the charcoal tax.

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"one dollars" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"one dollars" Discussed on WLOB

"One dollars on an income of a hundred fifty million dollar short so the tax but look the tax rate this is the other part of people have get coley confused about tax rates and and be effective tapped rate and the tax bracket and so he paid roughly twenty five percent of his income and taxes which five five in we if you want to compare him to people you can compare him to the obama's in two thousand this team pay him nineteen percent of their income in texas an bernie sanders two thousand fourteen tax returns being pain thirteen percent of his taxes the he's the one that yellows all heals all the time about pain fair share so i don't know i mean if you if you look at this and and you go that well rachel this bill jumping up and down same people have the right to know the sources of is in the gun people of the united states need to now if you've got significant on explain sources other income particularly of income that has a foreign origin hence the need to see trump's tax returns has the offer tied for a has he received money from foreign sources has he received loans from foreign sources yeah there is i don't know is he trying to create a bogeyman i'm sorry overlooked is pick i don't forty seven on page to the ten forty four and tax credit there you go twenty three thousand dollars.

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