28 Burst results for "One One Percent"
BNB, BTC & ADA All Poised For High's
"Had a bit of a bit of unlock yesterday, even it will not. Actually, found a little trade on bonnets. Yup a little one hour play and alarmed it up. This was a while goes ten o'clock Before bed actually and Yeah. I wanted to get. Fifteen hundred contracts or something like that on Bonnets Filling seventeen. Now it has run on to do well a one to one and you know I'd I'd have my first target hit. I am still along with tried united such a such A. Tiny position the toddler with, but markets are starting to move slyly bitcoin. Now, ten, thousand, seven, hundred, non different of course, low lost weight down to a low of ten, thousand, three, hundred and seventy-five up to the weekly chart right now there is another rejection candle it's not the most bullish candles in the most bearish channel everything I have said lost wake is very much still live to die tapping that I gotta get US above eleven thousand, two hundred really to see this trend continue. Progressing Hi this could potentially see US high low On the daily by Snyder's lawyers all loss week, ten, three, seven, five if we would break up now through ten, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty three that would be the first of the higher highs in this trend. Now, I will still hold out for eleven to or might be trading on the way off to that weekly wise well closed down but only one. percent closing at ten, thousand, six, hundred, seventy, four dollars represents by role as has been relatively Saad wise move onto a theory of knowledge is also had awake the didn't do all that well down one point full three percent again, not much really going on and what can the charts tell me well a guy on a break up above three seventy, one goal. That way we would have allies and I hire Hawk confirmed in there were three, hundred, fifty, four dollars and seventy three cents right now not looking too much is going on one of the big movies however has been next I'll pay of six point five percent yesterday closing the week out well off yet it was up closer to twenty four point seven cents up one point, eight, seven percent and today to the dot as well. It's up two point one, one percent where twenty five dollars and three cents at. Tell you what does inau speed of movement is just straight up in the air right now not really that tribal unless you're looking at boost trades in which case high. Be Onto something there. It keeps on pushing on the first autopsy tend to really push into that's uptrend as did break up through the high of twenty four point. Five cents. When they have a high low and I hire some extra thirty lodging it up more than in the US thus five. Come to Bitcoin cash look it sitting at two hundred and twenty two point. One five percents to die the loss wake down three point six percent closing at two hundred twenty, one dollars, five cents eight still remains one of the average shots out there. But I'll tell you what we get above two, thirty, four, nautical 235. and. We will have a high. At a higher hard to go with that. So beekeeping laugh that the wake last week we did see lot Quinn actually closed up. One point three full percent because the wake up at forty, six dollars and seventy three cents not so much more to speak of really on that John. A couple of weeks a couple of all sorts on that if we can get ourselves about forty dollars fifty, we will have a high low in the higher higher, the home market starting to look like this. Is Ever be as we can get ourselves above one eight. Hundred, seventy cents will have a high heart a guy with that. Currently, we're at one, hundred, sixty, three, thirty, I lost week we closed down five point six percent closing a one, hundred, sixty dollars and ninety seven cents not. Really to be honest with you there. While the NAS looking shots currently out there in play at the mummies cod Donna and the reason I say that is because we have a very clear potential. Day at potential, high or low, and that highlight comes in the form of two point, nine, seven cents I want to see a break above ten point seven. Ten point seven cents gives us a very clear high or low in high high, which will sustain hopefully progressed highs as progressive high highs and more upside lost weight would add four, point, three, six percent. We are starting to gain a little bit of momentum were non twenty, nine, three cents two point seven point four percent on the day to die dowse fires. Trends Guy Look bonds as one of those trends at ease in motion does look strong and the last couple of days is put on a good six six percent does. Comedy starting at Twenty Nine dollars, and twelve cents up point seven, three percent on the Diet was lost weight that I was impressed. We saw the week prior having only closed down point six, five percent but at one stage we were down. Twenty to twenty, I forget the without closing at twenty six sixteen. So very big rejection of those lows. Now Lost Weight, we saw ten point five percent gains placed on bond answers well, closing twenty dollars and ninety one sense. It's above twenty nine dollars right now, and it does look very, very strong. It is a market as I said that I've been looking for trading opportunities and there have been several now that was the one last night. It was another one this morning around that town I am monkey may have found an opportunity. There is one of. Those trade boost tries well, it's GonNa be there for you as well very nauseating market there on Bonnets I will do what she that throughout the waking for more opportunity
Miami - Poll shows Biden with 6-point lead over Trump in Florida
"The latest New York times Siena college poll shows Joe Biden has a six point lead over president Donald Donald Trump Trump in in Florida Florida the the poll poll released released today today is is the the latest latest in in a a series series of of surveys surveys showing showing the the former former vice vice president president ahead ahead with with forty forty seven seven percent percent of of the the vote vote compared compared to to trump's trump's forty forty one one percent percent here in Florida state trump won in two thousand sixteen the very university political science professor Dr Sean foreman says the polls don't always tell the true story there's always the concern that people don't tell pollsters the truth and I might be especially the case for Donald Trump supporters he says the state of the pandemic and police relations will weigh heavily on voters minds come November when the worst man Miami
Bitcoins Weekly Chart The Worst
"Back to the markets yes bitcoin. It has closed and we did close down five. Point one one percent we closed at a level Thousand six hundred and seven and we do look bearish right now. The market is coming off further already down nearly one percent in less than one minutes on Bitcoin. Rod that we definitely have a bit more downtrend implying. Now we've got to low high low along we could definitely say data pullback but he's big but is this something. We should be concerned about the answer for that in my view. Really's is not really is not and here's the reason why look we hadn't seen a decent pullback for what one two three four five six seven eight nine weeks wait just gone was the tenth wicket. Nice ten weeks. There was only one candidate. Showed any pullback and there's only down two percent so there was an awful lot an awful lot there whereby we just didn't say pullback. We didn't get that pullback momentum. Nothing actually happened. Now it's changed. Things have changed. We have seen that pullback. We have seen the having vent kit. I forget that the having event wasn't last week it was the week before. It's been very racist. It's not been a long time ago. And I forget that is very very race and so there is reason to believe that we might see a little bit of pullback and if you recall may going through it recently talking to you guys about You know what had happened during those pullbacks in the During the in the past you know we do have the option were can be a little bit messy full a little while we seem to be getting a bit of that was good trends loss way absolutely those great trades one of the best Us A shout outs. I believe could be. It could be ever from entry point on Tech's tether to where it is right now. Ninety six percent up now once up one hundred and forty percent under the instead of entering your stop but two point five percent. You're looking at about a fifty to one there. A massive massive massive moves so some humongous moves Was One of them. One of the ones managed to capture was Komodo their big profits to be had there as well. And I'm saying that my checklist watch moving away from the perpetual contracts at the mine because they are a bit messy. That's what it's been going back to the good old. Bitcoin trading against Bitcoin has been really has been. Where the Actions Bane I? It's it's been where that some with the momentum bannon the opportunity has been sitting of. You've got some NAS Transat. They wrought now going to be continuing to keep a very close eye on those. Let me come back to the top ten. Never for this puppy up in a way. We still want to talk to the wake leads because I want. I want to give you the perspective that I think is important for the week to come. We saw bitcoin down lost weight ten percent pretty much on the noise. We closed down at eight thousand seven hundred seven onto a theorem now e closed down loss. Only three point seven seven percent guys. Say BITCOIN's really struggling to get above ten thousand markets. It's being kept bought but it's not worrying too many of the other markets of a gun to exile pay now four point full six percent loss weight again. Nothing huge nothing out of control. Bitcoin cash it had a pretty decent down. Wake seven point six to eight percent but a again. Bitcoin was still the lodge of the sell offs between us. They was down three percent. That's for the whole week again. Many put on a lot of guys against Bitcoin. Lot going down three point seven six percent better return than bitcoin was down as well but it was only down five percent. Half of what Bitcoin was. Bonnets bonnets was down. It was down two point two percent cod Donna. Donna did it closed flat. Would down point one ovalles percent another market that was has been performing a heck of a lot better than Bitcoin of light? Assyrian classic as a matter if I had a massive rejection Kennel down one point. Three seven percent that remember become was down ten notre now it was down five point fos. There's nothing out there right now. That's performing across. The top. Ten is bad as well. Bitcoin is performing now because Bitcoin is being sitting rather saw for a while. Now now has started to fall a little bit better as you know the lot of yesterday's session being down five percent. It's everything about charity on the Alton. If you go ahead and have a look through my scan this morning with members and in March shots my now created heavily Out of bitcoin pairings are go through and scan the scan. The Alz Against Bay tastes saying what you'll see is that there are some opportunity starting pop up. It's very very good moves at the theater. Had a fantastic. Ron has been some big moves. So it's about understanding way you're going to be focusing your attention. It's also equally important to be sitting back and just waiting for me without the clarity on. Just happy to be a spectator demand. I am in no major rush to go out there and you know be too active because until conditions become perfect. Happy to be a
"Welcome to episode two hundred eight of DOTS lines and destinations. I'm Steven Seagraves. Joined by Seth Miller doing. I'm doing all right Tired today yet. It's groundhog day here. How you doing again like I said earlier. Yeah it's actually also a little weird for me. Because I think this is my second podcast and third audiovisual recording today. But all nice and there's some topics but I'm GonNa try to say unique an interesting things. This what's What other shows should we listen for your good question? I'm on Ashok this week. Okay which that Flaring or twenty four guys and Inmarsat which is one big flat inactivity and satellite operator companies is doing a online sort of Sort of an all day seminar next Wednesday the twenty ninth talking about all things passenger experience in flight connectivity. But also the news and other developments seating and I'll just all sorts of really interesting stuff sort of replacing Aircraft Interiors not replacing trying to get some similar content produced and we all miss starbucks show in Hamburg the beginning of the month so did a test run of what that video is. GonNa look like so. We can be ready to have something to go for next Wednesday. So it's A. It's been a sick day for me. Post the links in the show notes. Sure I should probably member do that idea. I'll send you a note to remind you assistant producer this week. I like to talk about. I think some of the one of the big ones the Kinda hit the news today on. We're recording this on on Tuesday. The twenty-first April Air Canada is temporarily suspending all transporter flights with the US They had previously cut back to just eleven route from twenty six or so or alone destinations from twenty six But I gotta be. I'm a little surprised they were running still running that many. This goes back to like. Why is North America's still flying planes when no one else is in a lot of ways but that's an interesting point right like why? Why are there so many flights United States? Something I've noticed is like there's a huge number of southwest flights compared to the rest of the carriers. Yes actually just chatting with someone about that literate before we started southwest today ran about thirty five percent of. It's normal schedule where everybody else's Attended twenty and up until now had been running close to fifty and on the one hand. You could say you know. Gosh that some gumption. They've got the spirit Bad Pun. Sorry they're gonNA keep moving no matter what serve customers that need to go Also I think it's stupid also like you know. Post nine eleven. They kept flying their full schedule because they wanted to be there. And yet for the quick bounce back but this is not going to be a quick bounce back and I just don't understand it. Yeah yes I mean your question about Air Canada similar I think they were flying these destinations y. Yeah I mean the borders closed to non-essential travel right. I mean it's not even like we really don't think you should. You gotta go to like a immigration officer and be like no no. This is actually important. Sorry you have to let me in record. We were told if we needed to go to Canada. We need paper on a good day fighting with the Canadian Border Patrol for other people. I've never had promised but I've heard great stories from you and others about the troubles. That can come. Yeah I just I don't get I don't get why anyone WANNA fight with border patrol officers at any level but like pushing your luck on that and so there can't have been that many people like where they are Canadians for the last three weeks. That have been like. Oh I'll just go back on the next flight now. I still got some work to do here. I it just doesn't make sense to me. Yeah Yeah and I don't. I don't think it was close to. Us citizens right so they it. It was like soft close and then became non essential travel closed. Okay so it's sufficiently closed and they just announced yesterday or the day before another day before. Xhosa Sunday but in recent days they just extending that Non Essential non essentials closure for another month. Which is why the flights are finding suspended. Gotcha okay so there's a reason for it but it's It's still weird so it leaves leaves American Delta United Really. The only one's flying to handed I. I'm not sure if WESTJET REPORTER ARE FLYING TRANSLATOR. They started them not. Yeah so and for what? It's worth Canada's now. Also requiring facemask masks of any sort just tired to shoot around your face if you forget one But anything across your face if you're getting on an airplane so interesting but yeah I mean along those. Those there was some there was a united call today right like a town hall or something that they have as their sort of like internal Staff briefing and I mean it's they're running what ten percent load factors right now on ten percent of the schedule. Really Amazing. Yeah so one tenth of what does that. Come out to like one tenth. Not Normal load. Yeah Yeah One. One percent one percent. Which is I mean. It's not I mean it's it's Kinda hard to believe. Yeah and it's and they're not alone. I mean if you look at the numbers that Tsa PUBLISHES EVERY DAY. Like traffic is down ninety. Four percent or whatever. Ninety six percent. They're suggesting that it's a huge. You know that it's there's just skeleton passengers if you look at the numbers it's worse than you think because the scans Con Bembibre concessions stand and other people working at the airport to actually I think those are automated counters of like bodies walking through machines. Not some guy checking things so you know. It's it's a lot of a lot of problems. It's no passenger so like they're really. I actually got a a message from a flight attendant friend. Working Three Twenty noted that forty five passengers on board Amazon in my seat. Because that's like double the load of normal. Yeah I saw a couple of flights. I kinda monitor united flights every now and then. I saw a few flights the other day Denver to Houston was relatively full. Ask hub to hub kind of makes sense but on a mid mid week so strange it there are some you know arguably. I'll say that's good news because the cuts are working. The capacity cuts are coming down. And so you know if you can see us. Thirty to fifty percent full flight today. That represents what would have been three weeks ago ten her five flights that we've all been five to ten percent full and so it's it's better and I don't think we want to some level you wanNA say Gosh. You need the central plains. There can't be anybody on board but that's also stupid and there are reasons. Some people need to travel by air at demean whether it's country to get around and unlike Europe for example like the border between states are vaguely still open in most cases. Yeah or or Florida or Texas I. There's some even actually stuff out though. Yeah that was. That was funny. That I think New Hampshire even has like a sort of please quarantine yourself if you get here policy got so but you know it's. I'm glad that the flights are being cut. I still think that more should be. And we'll see I mean you know but this goes back to why South West someone asks me. Do they have some sort of special deal where they are able to fly them cheaper than everybody else? I don't think that's the case. I just think you know I'll never get an answer session. Sense up into court common. Ask but like high. Why are you doing the stupid thing that no one else is doing? Rarely gets a response that I'm looking for my brother. Yesterday had to fly to Raleigh kind of like last minute from Houston and on a southwest. Flight there's a nonstop at of Hobby to Terrell was on that flight and he was him and another guy. Yeah so right I mean like you had to go so and to be fair in a lot of ways the. Us government is paying for these flights to operate by. That's the argument you can make. As they've they're covering payroll costs are seventy percent of payroll costs of which thirty percent is alone in ten percent comes back in. Warren's so fifty percent of payroll costs which maybe is in the end. Fuzzy math is fifteen to twenty percent of the full cost of Ryan the flight but the federal government is subsidized now pressures flights to make sure that people can get around because the US government recognizes that that has to happen and doesn't want to deal with another million people on employment and with no health. Insurance I think the I mean speaking speaking of like non-full planes. You actually posted a story about a new seating options and it's the in Anyang seating option. Yeah it's bizarre it's obvio- interiors is the name of the company and there. They are normal seating provider there Celsius two airlines like they're not sort of supermassive or bigger. They're not the biggest by any stretch. They're like Certainly top five and they're known for doing some creative things from time to time. And they've designed the product that is the middle seat for a single-aisle planes three three but the middle seat faces backwards. And they're sort of like a wavy divider between everybody so everybody has their own armrest got walled. Lean against instead of your neighbor. Obviously in the same space you'd have some issues of the cushion getting a little narrower which some people complain about There's concerns about like staring at your neighbor. Which is also an issue with everything else. Like that. Sort of from facing thing right. No one likes the vehicle for that same problem except in this case you can't lie down and put up divide or you're just staring at them you know. Some people are inclined and from what they wrote on the press release. It sounds like it's an articulated recline so like the Pan sides forward rather than the seat going back. He lose knee room during their Klein. Which people wouldn't like it? There's a lot of problems with it but it does sort of solve some solution Some provide some solutions. That was terrible senator There's a lot of problems with it but it also offers solutions. Yeah good editor. I would just fix that. And so you know it's interesting to me. I think it's a good conversation point but I don't think it'll overfly so I don't know
What's Inside The Senate's $2 Trillion Coronavirus Aid Package
"So I'm gonna go over the two trillion dollar stimulus package some of the key elements what that looks like and the next stage is actually similar to two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen as the fed pulled back liquidity to prevent inflation what's happened in the globe is a different inflationary environment close to Z. as close to zero inflation for an extended period as we've seen the current figure at about two percent there will be deflation in the numbers they head in other words the dollar is actually up this week on the news of the stimulus package it's an interesting phenomena because the dollar actually strengthened as the federal reserve came to the table basically with unlimited liquidity now the repo market we had referenced in December and my comment to Alex at that point was Alex there is a whole bunch of leverage in the system where they have to loan the securities or they they put the securities back to a bank they give some liquidity overnight and that means that there was too much leverage in the system and that's one reason the equity and the parts of the bond market actually had a quick selloff the quickest in history the fed was injecting and December and January literally hundreds of billions of dollars into the repo market they've opened the discount window this week they have unlimited purchases going on apparently somebody's buying a bunch of T. bills because the yield went to the minus point one one percent well that providing liquidity is in part a reaction to the highly leveraged trading that exacerbated the selloff here was the strategy that a lot of the hedge funds and trading houses were using they would go buy something paying five to ten percent in the open market certainly with price risk you don't get that kind of yield without some price risk and they have leveraged those portfolios in some cases a size fifty to one they were using the overnight securities lending market to meet their yield covenants or excuse me their liquidity and leverage covenants overnight well that excessive leverage got squeezed out of the system nearly instantaneously and it looks like it because the equity markets and parts of the bond market to overshoot the mark to go way below where they'll be in about a year so let's look at where we are in a year after we cover the coronavirus stimulus package big business about five hundred billion dollars can be used to back loans and assistance to companies fifty billion for loans to US airlines as well as state and local governments this was actually provided after nine eleven to the airlines when air travel shut down and was hamstrung if you will buy new precautions and that'll be the case for the airlines so since the loans to the airlines were provision one of the stimulus package it also leads us to where we this point next year extra precautions on air travel but at some point in the next year the final stage of the gradual resurrection for the US in the global economies will be the return of air travel with more precautions on of course the corona virus all right second provision small businesses more than three hundred fifty billion to aid small businesses and and those that may take the the form of a short term loan some of those the discussion was that they would be forgivable right or it may be just a short term loan that you can access the SBA a clearly has not gotten its arms around what to do because the legislation just went into effect hospitals a hundred and fifty billion dollar boost for hospitals other healthcare providers for equipment and supplies it's such a permitted vantage for a lot of the medical and pharma companies abit kia came out of course and said they have a fifteen minute test that can be well let's say rapidly delivered what's what's intriguing Abbott is one of just one of the companies leading the the charge and this funding of course has a much brighter future for the companies providing where that hundred and fifty billion go individuals direct payments to lower and middle income Americans twelve hundred each for for adults five hundred for each child and checks are going to go out April sixth the there are income limits of lower and middle and those income limits basically say anybody in the six figures doesn't get a check probably doesn't need a check unemployed unemployment insurance extension for four months bolstered by six hundred dollars weekly and eligibility would be expanded to cover more workers so this is pretty swift large action on the part of the federal government restrictions on business aid any company receiving government loans to be subject to a ban on stock buybacks through the term of the loan that's fair plus one additional year and they have to limit bonuses that was a nod to the left in the bill transparency the treasury department have to disclose the terms of the loans or other aid to the companies and language that would bar any business owned by president trump and his family from getting loans from the treasury business owned by members of Congress heads of executive departments and vice president Mike pence would also be blocked that seems to make sense is as well so this goes into effect providing huge liquidity what does that do in the financial markets well when we when we go to that extent what we find is that the impact on the financial markets is going to be preemption of bankruptcies of companies in two thousand eight is the U. S. banking system was rendered insolvent the key question of course was are we had a depression right and stand temporarily you could say you have a global brief depression and then a staged recovery and being able to visualize what does that look like a year from now where is permanent damage this bill goes a long way to ensuring that you don't do a permanent damage to the economy and to businesses that's a step in the right direction certainly there will be some restaurants that don't open back up by choice we heard of a hotel in Los Angeles and he just had to shut the hotel that was it for him he was in trouble before the crisis actually happened and we'll see more examples of that now clay Jenkins order this weekend that's going to be important as well what happens to Dallas County and each of the county's terra call in and the major counties around Dallas well clay Jenkins led the charge to say we got to shut down the restaurants those of you may remember that was not last Monday but the Monday before ten April third is the expiration of his first order how he updates it is going to be a key question going forward the trump administration for issue is going to issue guidelines classifying US counties by the coronavirus risk so this will be local and determined by state county and city more so than the federal government on the stage for recovery is that the right strategy we don't know we'll we'll know in about two weeks and the white house reached a deal with the lawmakers on the stimulus bill and of course that took until the end of the week to to negotiate out of federal reserve Powell says the virus will dictate when the US economy re opens but again the key intelligence part of the key intelligence from today is that's going to be in the in the month of April you start to get definitions with the final what is air travel look like when is it safe to travel and more importantly over the next year how long does it take before people are comfortable
Is It Alt Season?
"Course when we say Bitcoin TYCO fleet. We often say the also go lower BITCOIN does demand Will often command to begin or fast. Move it just sucks up a lot of that money. That's coming in now of course when big twenty's going song and slowly pulling back like it has forbid Waco sign now we do see the have have the opportunity to run and of course this has been cooled all season For Years Gone Bar you. He didn't get one in two thousand and nine two dozen nights and got a couple of bits and pieces two thousand seventeen. It went absolutely jazz crackers. But yeah it's It's really been interesting watching. This occurred because what what we used to say. We built the theory. I should say would be the bitcoin would take off and then people would than bitcoin into the ultimate ultimate tyke often we'd have this sort of swinging pendulum taught of effect back and forth back and forth now suggesting that's going to maintain its consistency going into L.. Through two thousand twenty at all. That's not my appoint not trying to make boy. Lam Sing is that this certainly is This certainly is I suppose. Some soclean the When bitcoins going as I've said for many many times in the past when Bitcoin guys saw tried the else will we saying that right now and I'm just GonNa have a quick look at the right now Against Bitcoin on the bond. Let's listen I mean there is a lot. That's over ten percent. You know he got I. On fourteen percent I end and ten would much bigger moves in that as well by the white F. Some raising trading shots being playing a little bit funny and not giving me everything. Elf Elf is up thirty percent. You know we've we've got. I think it was ice. Is that it was up. You know. Full episodes as the two hundred percent sent last couple of weeks. So there's certainly have been some very very big moves at in the markets now on not letting that affect the way that Ray democracy or the way that our tried tried on focusing on whiting good opportunities in the try those opportunities as a matter of fact on our sheets are the video yesterday at two members because you know there there was a cry a lot in the four out that that I did a video on it and I said I'm I'm not taking it. I decided at the time given the what was was in front of me that I was happy to leave. It of course took off the videos. Read your message around. Don't let those things affect your next decision. It's like Kinda have strides takeoff without you. It's carefully markets and they run without you being it's it's part of life so anyway A little bit going on out there mostly in the also bitcoin currently at nine thousand one hundred eighty. One it's in that daily cradles rotten. I'd love to say have a little bullish candle office. I nine thousand. That would be unreal on probably would look to well. Depends if I got convergence there on the daily or not but I would be very interested to see what went on there. We've got one hundred dollars and seventy eight cents. There are on a theory which down half percent and sorry. I should say that Bitcoin is down. I percents K down one point one percent never the theory. We've good that resistance assistance. One Ninety four thirty five in that region. It is coming up and I. I'm not looking for any long tries until I get through. That's buffet with resistance since fast-approaching it's not interesting for me to be getting in prior to resistance and that is exactly why I've left the tower cradle goat bought except they had a pretty good day. Talk over the top ten up three point seven percent. It's sitting at twenty six cents on the Schnauzer and a little pullback maybe on a four hour for cradle tried their ladies in watchlist. bitcoin cash has been caught for a few days. Now creeping along solid waste consolidating. It's a sitting three hundred eighty dollars. Sixty cents down one percent. The estate has been saw for good couple of weeks since his big move to the outside sitting at three point one one percent down at two hundred seventy two dollars flat lot coin one is one of interest to me on a daily time against the patrol. US dollars sixty seven dollars and seventy six cents. It's down two point six percent today on the out. Sorry it's actually the point seven five percent. Footballs and twenty three cents. Not a great deal going on bit of Crab Wilga Barnett's eighteen dollars and fourteen cents down one point. Full five percent sent another sideways market cow. Donna authors very strong move in the last few will the loss Wilson of the Israeli is a five point six cents down one point five six percent very solid wise. Is there a theory. Classic is down two point four seven percent on eleven dollars and forty cents and I got along on that the other day on the break yet which actually stopped out of loss. Not let's to losing trades into Roy if they wish to make a big a little bit. I'm not saying that I wasn't careful but I'm definitely wearing my next. Tried to be an absolutely stand at floors tried More than happy to tight losing rides. I just want to make sure that if I'm going to have a
"one one percent" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"First one percent move in the S. and P. in either direction since mid October but a late surge saved us from being down one percent that's the six longest such streak in fifty years at the bell the Dow was down a hundred seventy to twenty eight nine ninety the S. and P. lost thirty to thirty two ninety five the nasdaq gave back eighty seven to ninety three fourteen apple Intel touch new fifty two week highs Intel added over five dollars on a terrific fourth quarter transportation stocks have been hit a new high in sixteen months the Dow Jones transportation average is a basket of twenty large U. S. airlines truckers railroads and shippers and it's three point seven percent below tie said in twenty eighteen the normal Dow was up eleven percent over that same time frame eight names in town or down double digits are ready for the year EQT is winning the wrong race down thirty nine percent a year to this point they lost another six percent today we checked your money at twenty and fifty past the hour from her from Tilton this core Utah newsradio ten twenty KDKA we need to tonight on sixty minutes sixty minutes the centerpiece of major broadcast on world events sixty minutes gives you the biggest headlines and best storytelling on TV and now on your schedule president trump's campaign term fake news old Russia may have.
Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $572 Million in Landmark Opioid Trial
"So this is a landmark and defendants johnson and johnson and johnson's misleading marketing and promotion of tate's created a nuisance as defined by fifty s section one including finding that those actions compromise compromised the health and safety of thousands of oklahomans. It's the first time that a judge as ever held a drug company responsible responsible for the opioid epidemic lenny bernstein covers health and medicine for the post. He was in the courtroom in oklahoma yesterday. When a judge ruled that johnson johnson johnson will have to pay five hundred and seventy two million dollars for its role in the opioid crisis. He ruled that johnson and johnson. Jason took part in a campaign of misinformation deception that persuaded doctors and opioid consumers that these drugs dogs were less addictive than they really were and more helpful than they really were. He ruled that johnson and johnson because because it owned two companies for awhile that produced the active ingredients for opioids and sold them to other companies which which then turn them into drugs was responsible all of this despite the fact that johnson and johnson's own drugs account for just about one one percent of the opioids prescription opioids consumed in oklahoma city their argument is that they can't have played such a major role in the opioid epidemic amac but this judge found otherwise yes that was one of their arguments they made several but yes that that's the key right there they're saying how can we be held old culpable and asked to pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to clean this up if our drugs were only one percent of the opioids in oklahoma that is certainly one of the things that they will bring up on appeal so this five hundred and seventy two million dollars that johnson and johnson has been ordered to pay hey. Where is that money going well first off. We have to remember that. No one's gonna see that money probably for years if johnson and johnson does carry harry through on its promise to appeal they'll go up to the oklahoma supreme court i and that could take a couple of years and if they lost their they go to the u._s. Supreme court and that could take another couple of years typically the payment of the money would be stayed all that occurs. If by some miracle they turned around tomorrow and wrote a check either for five seventy two or something less than that it would be going to treatment it would be going to prevention education law enforcement emergency services. There are babies babies born dependent on opioids who need all kinds of care. There are children in foster care whose parents are unable to take care of them and so the state is taking care of them. All of those places would get some money and for the attorneys for the state of oklahoma and did did they feel like this five hundred and seventy two million dollars was what what they were looking for that. It's enough to take care of a lot of the problems saito seen so. This is probably the most interesting thing that happened yesterday. The the state of oklahoma asked for seventeen point five billion over thirty years so if you look at five hundred seventy two million <hes> it's a much smaller amount now now a judge bachmann said was i can tell that for the first year it's going to cost five hundred seventy two million to take care of this crisis what the state did not present me with sufficient evidence to decide is what happens after that. I just can't tell so. The number is much smaller than what the state asked for but it's a one in your number of course the opioid epidemic is not going to be abated one year. It's going to take decades and what what's really interesting about. This is the fact that this is just one line of many legal cases that are starting to come up against drug companies blaming them and holding them responsible for the opioid crisis so how what is this ruling in oklahoma effect what we might be seeing in these other legal cases against other drug companies around the country so we've got two sets of cases going foreword. We've got another forty some odd states that are suing any number of drug companies just like oklahoma and then we have cities counties native american tribes hospitals other groups numbering somewhere around two thousand plaintiffs and they are all consolidated in a federal case in cleveland so let's put that aside for a second looking at the state cases you would expect okay oklahoma one using these theories to the extent that that is possible under each state law you would expect that state to adopt as much of the strategy that oklahoma used as possible because after all it's a winning strategy at least here however we did have a case in north dakota in may where the judge threw out a similar claim against purdue and said that doesn't work here so while this is a landmark it subject to the vagaries of different states different laws different defendants <hes> on the state level now i will say that if a judge is willing to find a company liable and they only produce one percent of the drugs consumed in a state you might be encouraged by that because if you're suing mallon qrat if you're suing purdue if you're suing any of the larger manufacturers you might be thinking to yourself today. A boy johnson and johnson was held liable and they only produced one percent of drugs. I've got a guy who produced twenty or thirty percent of the drugs or a company that distributed twenty or thirty thirty percent of the drugs moving over to the federal lawsuit. It's much less certain. Federal cases are different from state cases and those are cities and counties rather than states so i think we should be cautious in the amount of influence with tribute <hes> to the federal cases so for the lawyers who were fighting on behalf of the seat of oklahoma. Uh what was the strategy or the legal argument that they were making that ended up being successful so oklahoma had one claim and one claim only they claimed that the drug companies and eventually it just became johnson johnson has they settled with a couple of others that that the drug companies created a public nuisance in the state of oklahoma that affected the health and wellbeing of every resident of the state public nuisance law aw is generally used for property problems is i am sledding your backyard with my sprinkler system. If if a polluter is polluting river if a brothel is creating a nuisance on the street and and we wanted shut down you go to the the court and you claim that it's a public nuisance and the remedy is that the court makes you stop it. Make me stop flooding your backyard. They closed down the brothel. They make the polluter stop. Stop putting stuff into the river. The lawyers here took a very novel approach to public nuisance. Lie may be unprecedented which they said said because public nuisance covers the health and well being of the residents of the state of oklahoma. We are claiming that johnson and johnson violated the public nuisance law because they affected the health of everyone here. Now oklahoma has a broad public nuisance law many other states and cities and counties. He's also have public nuisance laws but vary so it's not entirely certain whether that argument would work in other places but were tear when you look at the ruling from this case and the legal arguments that are being made in these other cases against companies that are being accused of fueling the opioid crisis. What do you think is the big question. That's being asked here the big question that's being thought about here in terms of culpability ability so anybody who even opens their eyes or reads the newspaper or watches television asian knows that we had a prescription opioid epidemic in this country for many years and it still continues today it. It may be a little bit on wayne but it happened and many thousands tens of thousands of people died. The question is can you prove to
"one one percent" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Be different they will tend to go up and go down together so that means their entire investment could could crash at the same time and they think that they do that because it's simple. It's it's easier to put them to wrap their head around and they all these things. I'm going to pick these five stocks as they're all tracking together you. You know they sort of intuitively do that. When it's the opposite of what they do and also it may be counterintuitive to pick two different stocks that seem to to be working against each other like how am i going to make money if my stock goes up this other one's gonna go down but they don't realize that that's a hedge. That's what you want. You know if you if you have have that then you're stocks will slowly rise with the increase of the market but it'll average out but if you are trying to make money by having everything go up up at once you're also creating the probability that everything will go down at once so the risk versus benefit isn't there the potential for making a lot of money is a lot less than the potential for losing money so it's what you're better off. Having a balanced portfolio by people intuitively do not do that so in fact. If you picked your stocks at random it would be it would be more balanced than what people <unk> untrained. You're not experts would intuitively do okay all veins. That's the most accurate estimates to date indicates that earth like planets orbiting around sun like stars in the goldilocks zone should occur on average in one out of every ten thousand thousand stars is the fiction so that's three criteria here right there. It has to be an earth like planet earth like so they had to operationally define that that had to be within certain parameters size and and mass <hes> and then in in the goldilocks zone had to be within a certain distance the star and have a year between so many days and other days so all things had to average out to specific parameters earth like not identical tickle but just within reasonable parameters earth and also be orbiting around a sun like star to that eliminates all of the red dwarfs right yeah all the stars ours is not like our own sun so you know hoping the waiting with all of those criteria you would your whittling down many but actually that's that it's one in every four stars well more love. How could it be that common because that's what they calculated. It would be one in every four stars would be an earthquake the planet around a sun like well. How much are they lady. Accent best. Estimate today is the best estimate today based by all of the exoplanets that we've gathered so far wow aw one in four yeah i was surprised wow yeah universe must be tissue plug added to the drake equation to see what comes out right at number one in four orb was the was the best estimate but they also give the error bars. You know they range it could be anywhere from one in every two stars two one in every thirty three stars out three threes extreme <hes> yeah so two to thirty three but they said like the would be the peak of that system curve yeah. That's my mind was going the other direction thing yeah. It'd be a much higher numbers. That's funny. That's higher than i was thinking. It'd be like one one percent two percent one one hundred ten thousand surprise me too. I mean i really low balled it to make sure it was clearly fiction yeah yeah but <hes> i would have thought maybe around something like one to two percent but yeah one four. That's that's pretty darn good twenty percent amazing. I hope that's true incred. I never would have imagined so yeah but how how can we gather more data that estimate gets more and more accurate but i doubt it's going to change by an order of magnitude i mean i think that's probably pretty close to where it's going to settle in cool. It's great. That's great is that we've collected enough data on exo planets. We could start to do these kind of statistical analysis. You know i was when we first started discovering hot jupiters..
"one one percent" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast
"Feeling. Sorry for someone so if you're running around patting yourself on the back because you feel sorry for people you're like one one percent of the way to be in a good person. That's it so it's partly because it's it's partly because feeling sorry for people can actually be really damaging to them like if you feel too sorry for people if you treat them like they're too fragile and overprotect them. You do them a terrible terrible disservice. That's especially true if they happen to be your children so not only. Are you not a good person if you're just because you're compassionate. You might be a bad person because you're compassionate. That happens a lot. I noticed in my clinical practice for example new client i ever had came and told me i need to see a psychologist because my parents made me to independent ended. That never happened right. It never happened but the reverse happened a lot. No i can't get away from now. The stifling milieu of my family right that happened a lot and it's crushing so all right so back to hierarchies radically than hierarchies. It's an important observation that rats than hierarchies because the radical leftists for example who are upset about the fact that hierarchies exist and dispossess people and that they produce unequal distribution of resources sources. They have point but they're not very serious about what they're doing. That's the thing that's what bothers me because it actually isn't big problem that hierarchies dispossessing no press people. It's a really big problem but it's but it's a way bigger problem than the people who we're using that argument to speak for the dispossessed are willing to admit you take karl marx for example please to use an old joke. He believed that the existence of hierarchies that dispossess no press at the feet of the west end capitalism okay you can't unquestionably that's the wrong.
U.S. stocks finish lower for second session as trade tensions continue
"The Dow the s&p NASDAQ losing day with the s&p down again. Two in a row now, down five drop of two tenths of one percent. Dow Jones industrial average down forty three lower by two tenths of one percent. That as well, NASDAQ down twenty nine at Trump their four tenths of one percent, the tenure of seven thirty seconds with a yield of two point one one percent. So stocks slumping is concerned about trade tensions blunts optimism that slower than forecast inflation will allow the Federal Reserve to cut rates but trade certainly front and center,
"one one percent" Discussed on KOMO
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"one one percent" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"That you need to know. Degrading economy, a defense energy policy based on the sharing of scarcity. We simply a government that common sense that we all use in our daily lives. Now, here's your host, Dan. Good morning. Welcome back to financial issues. I'm Dan either. It's great to be here. Oh, boy, not a lot of economic news. No economic news being reported this morning. We did get first time unemployment claims not a big deal comes out every Thursday morning. It was lower than expected. But other than that. There is nothing out there looks like the stock rally of the last six days of slowing down a bit looks like futures are negative territory, but well off their lows they were up there were down a lot worse than they are right now. But they're only down about a third of one percent. Of course, yesterday another up day in the markets. We also saw oil the oil sector looks like the tech sector the great run that they had has slowed down. And it looks like a west Texas intermediate is down right now about one and a quarter percent as we look at fifty one seventy one for a barrel oil well over fifty just earlier this week, we're at forty eight or below forty eight. So it's moved up quite a bit. And that that oil rally has been very good for markets, obviously been very good for oil stocks. So we did see that Brent crude oil also down about one. One percent. So we'll see we'll see if we can get that rally back up in two oil stocks. So after this eight day rally in oil that is dropped off. But it is early. We're already off the lows that we were just a half an hour ago with. Oil down about one and a quarter percent. It was worse than that stories off the lows. We'll see one of the biggest things that we're seeing pressure. And is of course overseas the overseas market, really everybody is starting to move and shift their mindset from the optimism of US trade that now is, you know, there's no more talks. Everybody's in a wait and see mode. No sense in really continuing to talk there. It's not that there's any negativity. There's just not the optimism that there are wise. So we're not gonna see that comeback until we start entering back into talks here in the US. So that is a problem. One of the things that I was reading this morning. I think it was Wall Street Journal talking about GOP Republican solidarity over this wall is being tested. Well, no, it's it's not being tested. It was probably never really there. You know, how it goes with the Republicans? And here we go with the democratic controlled house where we have been before where the Democrats do a great job setting the agenda on their terms and Republicans do a very good job at caving to that agenda. And that's exactly what we're starting to see. So there's any lack of solidarity. That would be why. You see in mainstream media all over the place talking about Donald Trump throwing a temper tantrum. Of course, that is not true at all. And I know both Republicans and Democrats really don't know how to deal with somebody. That is standing firm that a strong that is not wavering that he wants to do above all else the right thing for the American people and for the country. They can't deal with it. What do you mean? What do you mean? You're not going to negotiate a real simple issue. They were going along. They have started. Chuck Schumer said. Why why are we here why you're doing this President Trump says because you won't give me what I want? I want a wall. That's what I promised. That's what the American people want. And that's what I want. He turned President Trump and turned to Nancy Pelosi. And asked a question he said this and I quote in thirty days because all I mean, I mean set this up a little bit. So. They were talking about. Let's just get a deal done without a war. And you obviously don't want to do that. He so he turns the Nancy Pelosi, and he says, okay, look quote in thirty days will you be in favor of a war. So we pass this. Now that end, quote if we pass this. Now, we get this done we reopen government in thirty days or you're going to be in favor with a wall Nancy Pelosi said, no. President trump. But his arms out and said, listen, what's the point? And he walked out of the meeting. He's a busy, man. He's president United States. Not many presidents sit and have these guys have negotiations. But at the same time he wasn't going to waste time. He said look you have to under. He's saying by doing that. Look you have to understand the walls a priority of the American people. The wall is a priority of me. It's what I ran on. I believe that without a wall. We don't have security in this nation. I believe this is a national security threat. I think this is a threat to our very existence. We need to have a wall. So of course, the Democrats are saying, it's immoral. So when I hear that when I hear the Democrats ain't it's immoral. We shouldn't have a wall. I assume then they would be okay. And I think that Republicans are put forth a Bill for this very thing to see what if Democrats are going to pass it or not I think they are to put forth a Bill to tear down all the walls that are already built along the border all the fences all the steel walls to San Diego through L Paso through parts of Nevada. Let's tear those walls down after all. It's immoral and we don't want to do anything. That's immoral right heaven forbid, so I think the Republicans ought to be drafting a Bill right now as we speak, maybe the freedom caucus will do it. I doubt that. But maybe they will let Bill together and say. We wanna tear down all the walls. Can we have? Can we have a billion dollars for the demolition of all the walls because we have come alongside of you? We agree. This is immoral vote on it. Let's let's sent this Bill to the house. I was suspected I'll never see the light of day the floor of the house of representatives. So when I thought you said it was Mark. Yeah. But we we don't want to keep what we have why. It's immoral, but yeah, but we we don't we're not four tear down. But why it's Emaar there's people that can't get through that mall war. Can you imagine we should tear down on? Now. I don't think I don't think we want to go that far. So anyway, they're framing this makes me media framing is President Trump saying, you know, having a temper tantrum. No, President Trump is standing on what he was elected on President Trump is standing on what the majority of people one. He is standing firm or what he believes he's the president United States of what he believes is go right thing to do for our national security, and for the protection for the protection of our people and our country for the protection of the American worker and our country. He wants to do what is right. We don't have to go far, folks. Go over to Europe non wall things been working out for them. You know, we need to send a TV crew over there to spend some time in Sweden. And Denmark and going to emergency rooms in Switzerland, Germany and talk to the nurses and the doctors of ill as illegal immigrants come in demanding care. And then if they try did not give them care. They get violent and screaming, we've got nurses over there is nurses over there that won't work. They don't wanna come to work. Can we go and take a little snapshot of that and say this is what it's like without walls. Is that what you want? We need to be.
"one one percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Thousand nine hundred miles of foundation, right? Tony White one one percent of every purchase. Can I ask you something? Jerry, what's up? There's this girl. I kind of like, well, if there's one thing, I know it's women really. Well, they didn't call me velvet for nothing. I don't get it smooth. I was smoke. Oh, anyway, it's easy. You just got to impress her show. Her how strong are. Okay. But how Donald pick up a lot of heavy things around her. Like what I don't know desks chairs people. Grunt if you have to grunt. Yeah. Be like try. We should be tied to. Market capitalism. That's a philosophy. We should be tied to what's best for the people. That's really a very stupid comment. What does that mean? And who decides? The most liberating economic system is capitalism. It's the market. It produces more goods for more people than any other system on the face of the earth. It employs more people in good jobs in any other system on the face the earth. What's the alternative? We don't even have pure capitalism in this country. With the progressive income tax. There's still a significant regulations. Even though the president is doing everything he can pull them back. As somebody who opens a restaurant if we appear capitalism. Ask them about all the local state and federal rules. They have to comply with apart from taxes. The hiring rules the ADA rules zoning rules, rainy rule, some bureaucrat at the state, local or federal levels.
U.S. Navy F/A 18 fighter jet crashes into Philippine Sea
"One. One percent, two pilots rescued after another fighter. Jet crashes off the Philippines here. CBS? Cami mccormick. A navy says this FA eighteen hornet had a mechanical problem during routine operations in the Philippine sea. Another aircraft rescued the pilots from the water and return them to the ship. They're in good condition. This is the second crash involving aircraft from the USS Ronald Reagan in less than a month a helicopter crash in October left a
Dow up more than 400 points as stocks aim to end an ugly October on an upbeat note
"Points up by one percent, NASDAQ up one hundred forty four points and advanced today of just about two point two point zero one percent. So stocks rallied for a second day to close out one of the worst months of the bull market on an upbeat note for the month S and P five hundred index lost about six point nine percent. But a move higher. Sean crews as manager of trading strategy at TD Ameritrade a. He was our guest right here on Bloomberg BusinessWeek and ahead of next week's election. He offered up this advice for clients right now. I think if you look at the Mitcham election be it any sort of trade policy discussions view, these as did some of those bigger macro risks that sometimes the best way to prepare for those is and make sure you are aware of where all the risk is in your portfolio and making sure that your balancing, you're comfortable with the very exposures you have and among today's stock standouts General Motors. It surge nine percent. Following a strong quarterly earnings report with a plan to keep cutting costs by starting voluntary severance program for some employees, sprint and T mobile mobile. US soaring after executives of both companies expressed optimism that they're twenty six point five billion dollar merger is headed for approval. Sprint shares up. Seven point eight percent t mobile up by seven point two percent. Recapping stocks higher SNP up Twenty-nine up one point one. One percent. The Dow up two hundred forty two up one percent. Nasdaq up two percent gold down five tenths of one percent. And west Texas intermediate crude down one point seven percent. I'm Charlie pelletan. That is a Bloomberg business flash.
"one one percent" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Don't have to buy any raffle tickets at all right now talk a little bit about the founding organization here though the soldiers for jesus you are a christian organization talk a little bit about your roots in what you guys do well we've been one of the longest standing christian motorcycle clubs in colorado and with we're an outreach to the local motorcycle club community and we provide just a an opportunity to develop relationships with some of the club members here in colorado springs and actually throughout the nation club extends actually worldwide but as we develop those relationships we come alongside those that are in other clubs and it's just an outreach ministry outreach for us to kind of show the love of jesus to them through just the relationships that we develop you can get together you guys have big hearts out there when you think about the the motorcycle clubs they got a bad rap a few years ago with all of the gangs and violence but that's not really what you guys are about to talk a little bit about what motorcycle clubs are really about and how anybody on motorcycle can get involved absolutely motorcycle clubs range in a broad spectrum from veterans to a local one one percent clubs and with those it's basically a group of an organization of people that are dedicated to those organizations and they just make that commitment and that's where the motorcycle club kind of comes in is that they're more of a commitment and participate in similar in like activities in the other's company so obviously they like to hang around each other and they just make that commitment to stand by their brothers side and so you get that overall commitment and i think that it's been founded in the veterans which is kind of the the initiation of some of the earlier clubs is those folks that came back for more and found that brotherhood camaraderie in battle that came back and really wanted to continue to establish that relation this relationship so similar interests people get together and make a commitment to each other and enjoy riding motorcycles is always the focal point of a lot of it yes talk a little bit more about that do you guys meet up often to ride motorcycles around town do you make you know a certain goal that you want to do a certain amount of times well we we normally have a couple of events and plus we support all of the local events here in colorado and colorado springs specifically from the swap meets to cripple creek veterans rally will have boosts set up where we just hand out items and develop again and continue to develop those relationships and we go on local rights as well so the fundraisers the toy drives of those local charity events that are typically throughout the year so we participate in those most of those activities as well very nice those those motorcycle clubs you see out there they're doing a lot of good for the community and fun way that we can get involved and see what you guys are up to if you're just riding a motorcycle you're not part of a club or if you are part of another club this appreciation day this motorcycle club appreciation day you're welcoming anybody and everybody absolutely if you ride a motorcycle it's it's a clever appreciation david if you ride motorcycle and you're interested in a clever you just want to come hang out with a bunch of folks from the local clubs you're more than welcome to come out as well everybody on a motorcycle is definitely welcome in it's again it's free and his family friendly to it's coming up this saturday july twenty first talk a little bit about the venue so it's at rocks bar and grill in previous years we've done this at palmer park kind of in an outdoor venue this year we're bringing it inside and we're hoping to change up the menu a little bit and and have that atmosphere that's kind of a little bit more conducive inside and maybe actually good this year with the record heat that we've had that maybe people who enjoy the air conditioning as well and again we're kind of changing the venue or i'm sorry the raffle i'm sorry so we're kind of expanding a little bit as far as actually increasing the type in the number of prizes that were having sewer setting it up more of a typical event that the most a motorcycle enthusia within colorado springs are used to so it's going to definitely reflect that but again this is just one just.
"one one percent" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine
"That can occur while diving and how your own fitness how you can do different things to your body to try to make you a better diver that's that's the whole study and it sits own thing altogether 'cause it's i mean everything changes once you put the human body underwater kinda like we talked about space medicine everything changes when you put the human body in space right we weren't designed to be there folks well but that that's what we are in space we were in the ocean for long periods of time in defiance of god the father and we all the it's a sin there said it if y'all won't i'm in the house i'm staying here go in space i'm not gonna go barbara's ville i'm not going to go the ship okay i'm fine here why didn't barbara's we'll get to be on the list of face the ocean and barbara's many places that i cannot go right now and they are all that's all of them that are outside of the walls of this this doma sil we're gonna go to my parents and have a chill time in the pool in a little bit here i need it all right a lot of a lot of this has to do with the effects of gases under pressure and then as they're not as they are no longer under pressure as you leave the underwater environment does that make sense you're under pressure in the new have to go back up to the service and not under pressure and you have to also understand the various mixtures of gases that you could put in a tank to breathe oxygen done next not not suggest their problems with that eighty percent nitrogen twenty percent oxygen sort of one one percent helium because once you get to the rescue in crack everybody up with this great voice helium actually really great choice we'll talk about why but the but the mix of gas in the tank actually are a little different than the mixture of gases in the air we breathe because we because we need different stuff because we're not absorbing thrust can't let me get let me get let me get there now well no no that's not a okay all this changes as you go up and down through the water and especially to different depths and and not to belabor the point but do you know with cave diving how much more dangerous that is than open water diving i mean i know that cave being is a lot more dangerous than non cave beings so i can kind of just like yeah i can apple a lot of with cave diving there's no surface to go to right right yes it's not like you imagine like you pop out of the water and there's the cave ceiling above you like the ceiling is this comes up in tomb raider a lot you are swimming down here chasm you know that there's something else on the other end because the game has made by people anything like should i pop get some air but you can't because you're kind of like in a tunnel maybe need to go only people do this in real life yeah i'm just my experiences with tomb raider you don't need to be crappy about it no i'm just saying that as wild as that sounds in a game like people do this in real life and the said like i read like you have to if you're going cave diving you have to conserve two thirds of your air to get back okay you'll probably breathe a little faster and you'll use up your air faster and you don't ever want to if you say if you use up half your air on the way into the cave then you're already dead you don't know it it's terrifying cave diving isn't credible danger hilarious because it's like isn't if you know how players because it's like save two thirds of your oxygen because you're going to be real freaked out coming out and if you don't say those oxygen you're dead it's like well is there anything we could do to maybe not make me just burn through all the oxygen instantly says it's not going to trip me out more than i already tripped out i mean don't cave dive i guess it's it's i will not be doing it and for those of you who do i salute you because it would scare me the pool scared me so some common illnesses with diving just to kind of get into these before we're going to the.
"one one percent" Discussed on NFL Live
"Tweet we showed and that is diana mentioned part of a series of tweets that were you know he's very well informed on the subject and russell knows what you can and can't accomplish in a collective bargaining situation right todd gurley saying strike for guaranteed contracts but you're not gonna get guaranteed contracts put into a collective bargaining agreement to what was his point you have to you have to go get them yourself kirk cousins got one kirk cousins said to the denver broncos the deals guide to be fully guaranteed or i'm not going and the denver broncos went and signed case keenum and the vikings said okay right and so that that that was a success story nba major league baseball these collective bargaining agreements don't have any provisions that mandate guaranteed contracts it's about a player in an agent once upon a time insisting and then another one insisting and exercising is leverage until that became the norm so the answer to russell's question about you know how do you get guaranteed contracts given the need for them in the nfl is go get him make sure you insist and tell them tell the teams negotiating with you want me this is what it's going to take 'em staring at you because i'm thinking all right there's one person here that actually played the game what are your thoughts you think nfl players deserve guaranteed contracts yeah absolutely of course i'm i'm gonna always advocate for the players but again there's wold and dan has talked about if you want something if you wanna deal like that you have to advocate for yourself to go out and go she ate that those types of deals but again this is a numbers game we're talking about the nba where you know it's four hundred fifty players in the nba whereas the nfl is seventeen hundred players much bigger pool and you talking about a sport that is a very violent collision sport so you gotta understand what the the owners are coming at the same time if we want to guarantee if we're going to go down this path not gonna really be conducive to their business so that's going to be a sticking point you're gonna have to fight over and i don't i don't the high end guys can i think can achieve that it's the gaza's in the middle into the back into roster those are the guys that i don't see them being able to get guaranteed contracts it's it's anybody who can flex some leverage right and i'm looking like look at the rookie deals right how many thirty two first round picks this year in the nfl how many would you think get fully guaranteed deals it's not all thirty two it's twenty to the twenty third pick in the draft isaiah win from the patriots his contract is ninety nine point one one percent guaranteed why why is area win say to the patriots come on you gotta be big nickel and diamond or your first round pick over one percent of the contract you lost to tackles and free agency you want explain to your fans while your number one picks nine and.
Ute Park Fire torches more than 16,000 acres in New Mexico
"Mexico new mexico town town under under siege siege from an from approaching an approaching wildfire wildfire judah judah diocese diocese with with the southwest the southwest fire fire incident incident management management team team we we have have two two hundred hundred and ninety ninety six six structures structures threatened threatened fourteen fourteen outbuildings outbuildings have have been been burned burned and and there's there's mandatory mandatory evacuation evacuation for for the the community community of cimarron of cimarron new new mexico mexico boy boy scouts scouts philmont philmont ranch ranch heavily heavily damaged damaged but no but one no one hurt hurt no no end end in sight in sight to the to eruption the eruption of hawaii's of hawaii's killilea killilea volcano volcano carter carter evans's evans's day the hawaii hawaii volcanoes volcanoes national national park park is is the number the number one one attraction attraction here here but but it's it's closed closed indefinitely indefinitely scientists scientists aren't aren't offering offering any any predictions predictions on on how how long long this eruption this eruption might might last last but they but they do do say say there there could could be more be more large large steam steam explosions explosions at the at volcano the volcano summit summit emotional emotional return return for danny for danny farquhar far who who joined joined his his chicago chicago white white sox sox teammates teammates friday friday night night throwing throwing out out the first the first pitch pitch is his first first since since suffering suffering a a brain brain hemorrhage hemorrhage during during a game a game six six weeks weeks ago ago it it was my was my first first time time throwing throwing since since april april twentieth twentieth first first time time putting putting on on a hat a hat since since that that day day as as well well actually actually wanted wanted to challenge to challenge it it was was exciting exciting moment moment on on wall wall street street the dow the dow gained gained two two hundred hundred nineteen nineteen points points or just for just under under one one percent percent to twenty to twenty four four thousand thousand six six thirty thirty five five this this is is cbs cbs news news ziprecruiter ziprecruiter the the smartest smartest way way to to hire hire ziprecruiter's.
"one one percent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Of the trade so noone understand what's going on with your situation and then when you have mutual funds those mutual funds may have front end loads on those beachell funds are back in fees if you will when you liquidate and mutual funds have something called twelve b one fees and those are internal charges that apply and that's something that's part of the operational expense that when those those funds are promoted that there are twelve b one fees that are part of that that whole process that can reduce the value of the fund by maybe as much as one one percent it's going to be deducted every year that you're in that fund and there's an expense ratio and that's what's represented here the percentage of the fund's assets that go purely toward the expanse of operating and marketing that fund and then there may be management our advisor fees and some investors of course are willing to pay a financial professional to manage your accounts for you and that can be money that is well spent if you will well invested if you will but again you want and you deserve values something in return and i'm really pleased that our platform here at the singer financial group is very transparent in our clients know what's going on no precisely what kinds of fees and expenses that are being incurred if you will and being assessed and the whole goal is to in the end of course bring value to you the client and the investor brian it's great to hear that you work with people to try to uncover some of this you know when you get the perspectives and you try to make sense of it and it's really hard to do when you and your team do that for folks and you begin to get a clearer picture of what you're actually paying you identify all these commissions and costs and fees what do you do with that info well and you know what as you make that point.
"one one percent" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"We'd be different cryptocurrency realized also om she can be like general usd your chip and it will knowing thai baht right right uh and cable network will operate as you know visa we allow people to san from any cryptocurrency end and would converted to different cryptocurrency and that you said they don't even know ray how we do it right so the internet is a similar to what he termed race in all right now like you know we'll have like so many people working on that internet buren new step one that on top of that internet you told me small light the internet of brollywood now because people can actually chancellor value from one one percent were different plisson so our internet a small internet of information to broken said in a message this the people consent emails people consent images portal slight out from one percent or different plisson lloyd before as his last question i want to say thank you very much for coming on crypt a one one and giving the listeners oon a one on khyber a onetoone and a theory i'm in a one visa actually thank you thank you for having me in crypto 101 tradition the last question is always what three songs would you like with your interview i want to explain a little bit white the neighbor pie birthright cairo um lease actually a christo install was that of how will slice surplus yeah of course to cover chris i didn't i didn't think there was relation yes so uh you know in equipped encrypt a war we won like to know you their powers to all of their uh other defence in its ecosystem light we want to provide liquidity farther but that's where i renaming khyber network of course though are for the name about opponent football token all right on the school there so i guess they're not one of their a song that we really lackey's there you know sabathia's empire teen solve glue other ones on the roads on travel by young making prog okay now for that star wars song is that going to.
"one one percent" Discussed on WDRC
"Wear down and pretty thin you get there can you have a condition of people are suffering from pain assistant fibromyalgia and cramped in their legs than weird illness this so there's something wrong with this picture and it has to do with netanyahu taken their diet or how many calcium supplements athens eugene it has to do with simple absorption nick getting absorbed in your body with with calcium being something to do with stress is in calcium for building bones well yeah okay a young is the one percent of the calcium actually circulates in your blood and when that one percent start the drop it could affect your heart your brain your kidneys your organs and your body shut down actually dies one one percent of the calcium always has to be in your system and either twothirds of calcium one is in the diet yeah and to us from the bones themselves the body will exhibit will love absorb it back from the bug that is right i say what you just discussed right now leads to one of the major causes of a condition that the fact in twentyfive million americans right now which is uh uh right which are the weakening of the ball now in its due to the body deriving calcium from the bones instead of from the nine tradition yup okay and so what we have to do is we have to find a way to put calcium abc in the diet you'd think that sewer district milk just drink milk or you know green leafy vegetables and that sort of thing but first that and second of all the the quality of the.
"one one percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Percent of consumers say they'll pay more for better brand experience is but one one percent actually food brands consistently meet their expectations so this is real challenge for companies so software and serum space for japan's companies get more out of their products with era a good question uh the way we see this is a uh this was about the explosion of data and preparation channels across all the touchka canal be touch points the new touch points i guess that are that are coming online line impact um about uh 21 there's it's predicted that'd be twenty one billion connected devices by two thousand twenty years down the road here so i'm a big piece of this is harnessing all that data so that you can get a clear picture of that person right no everything that's noble lock person and then take action on that and to create a personalized interaction across all touch plunge that you have with that person oh interesting to visit us that's the longterm goal but in terms of adoption it seems like one of the big stories is that these these high tech customers was once the purview of hightech companies and now it seems that could spreading the every kind of company out there it is and uh right it's tough the marketer because there are so many different technologies point global what we think about is that they're kind of three layers them and maybe this is the way to the two to create a framework at the bottom layer his all your data right that's all the data in a company in the middle air is the ability to think of it as a hub needing a hub to basically processed data integrate that data stitch all that data's together and make that data readily available than using that data crate personalization around for each cost on on on on a customer by customer basis and that's kind of what's going on in the middle and then the top layer or the outside layer all the.
"one one percent" Discussed on College Football Live
"But you guys about saying it's pretty much can be a onesided celebration at the largest outdoor cocktail party well that's why i play very likely apply you have a point warren i made you are poor percentage on point one one one percent chance maybe some of your exactly all right let's take a look at our dr pepper championship drive game of the week preview focusing on tcu at iowa state the horned frogs and own the series taking seven of the eight matchups including all three previous games in aims now this is the first ever match up with both teams ranked in the ap top twentyfive but iowa state is an fps worst one ten into all time in ranked matchups now tcu has dominated their first four big twelve games vita average of three or more touchdowns so trevor can the cyclone slow down tcu yeah they can't i mean the thing is this i was state team actually is legitimate and it's because they are not a typical big twelve spreaded around runs beat you and attract me type of team they are an old school smashmouth line of scrimmage team their running game has been doing very well they lead the big 12 first downs pregame and in gold ago touchdown percentage so they're very good when the need to be physical on the defense of saw enjoy wedding it linebacker who's a quarterback last year he's the big tools leading tackle and then reliever knows guard number seventy six watch him because he is a big of physical space heaters are kind you normally see and associated with the big ten so yeah i will state can slow this thing down and turn it into a slugfest it's anybody's game.
"one one percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You're listening to the market strategist chechen dancing seven seven five six six three seven in some room on the phones out a whole lot of time mortgage get to an email or two in just a moment uh but uh got some different topics i don't have the list so i couldn't tell you what's come up on the program tomorrow but that's gonna be something wonderful i can almost guarantee that house at a live with that okay all right i or or are we just make it up as we go along we've lived with that do we've done that too yeah no i don't know why but we don't makeup the answers we just make up the direction of the exactly exactly what y oftentimes what happens is won't will wanna talk about a certain topic at the top of the show will get a call and something else in a lead into something else we had a question on some of the four one and ross earlier in the hour we had a pretty good discussion last hour on these are a roth conversion strategies and when you should under do them how to undo them and when you should actually can of uh converter off when you might want to consider itself anyway attuning tomorrow will love find out more at today's trivia comes to us from the folks that td ameritrade td that's uh they they they tell us this the eighty one percent the eighty one one percent of grandparents the provided cash gifts to their grandchildren over the past year gave an average of two thousand three hundred eighty three.
"one one percent" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"The rest of the country the quality of the procedo seems to be directly proportional to the number of handcrafted keith display cases and also to the elevation of your heart weight when you view the prices posted inside those cases what sense what i don't know what that since pros writing raiding this is trading style okay so she saying that the pursued no is proportionally two is good is nervous is you get it because it's expensive thing in italian neighborhoods by contrast the older and more scarf the noli in the bearer the badly plastered walls the more tattered the appearance of the single nineteen 56 mass card taped into the cash register by way of decoration the more likely you are to discover the single best peace charcuterie you have every you know what that was one sentence that was when she likes to talk about metrics ed appears is a i don't think that that is an empirical clay making actor one again adopting the macara mindset she is thinking of one one percent bushmen in her head that she goes through a prestigious whatever double fish cheap it's like every time she presses her space key like a little bit of ether blew or period just keep going unlike some enclaves that develop good restaurants in markets as they gentrify italians do not need to seek out good food as a way of expressing that they have arrived financially and socially italians are already there.
"one one percent" Discussed on The Millionaire Traveler and Investor Podcast
"Uh you know basic questions um budgeting questions whatever you guys need i'm here for you um so yes understanding the time buy your money uh and you can look up all these all of these uh all of these terminologies you know just to get fancy with them i'm not as a if you're night some a lot of people are really into finance i get that because i hear stories at work about you know married couples where only one family member controls the finances the other person is not one look adam or you know people are getting suckered into these credit cars orgies loans and they're not really a understaning interest rates and the penalties some inches tuitions you know they penalize you for paying things off early um i get that that's why i mean you guys is corner um tell me you man uh bruce sit down and just think about what's your goals are you know i've said this before but i i'm gonna say it again because up my goal is constantly changing and i'm pretty sure you guys are too i mean um sit down in uh you know make a roadmap on what you wanna do ed uz use the stock market to help you reach their goal um because a savings account drawing one one percent interest is really not going to help you at all it's not going to do anything for you um yep so yeah like i said.