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"september 1990" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

06:50 min | 3 months ago

"september 1990" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Position between the west and Russia But that changed after Moscow invaded Ukraine Today the leaders of those two Nordic nations were at The White House where President Biden threw his full support behind their application to join the NATO military alliance So let me be clear New members joining NATO is not a threat to any nation It never has been NATO's purpose is defend against aggression That's his purpose to defend But that is not the way that Moscow sees it President Vladimir Putin has long accused NATO of aggressive expansion in Europe Mary Elise is a historian who was documented how NATO has grown over the years She wrote a book called not one inch America Russia and the making of post Cold War stalemate Welcome Mary Thank you for having me So I wanted to start at this key moment in NATO's history The year 1990 which is when the reunification of Germany was happening Putin has said that NATO broke a promise that it made that year not to expand eastward he's used that to justify the invasion of Ukraine what pledge was actually made that year I would not use the word pledge It was clear that Germans wanted to unify And so as part of early speculative discussions about that the American Secretary of State James baker said to Michael Gorbachev roughly the following I'm paraphrasing How about you let your half of Germany go and we agree that NATO moves not one inch eastward Gorbachev can't actually get that pledge formalized or agreed And so in the end it's September 1990 He makes a different deal He agrees to allow Germany to unify in exchange for financial incentives But Putin only refers to the earlier speculative conversation not to the treaty that his country signed and ratified at the end In 1990 during these initial conversations what was NATO's footprint How was it originally conceptualized and how was it changed or groaned since then There have been multiple rounds of expansion since 1990 So technically the first post Cold War expansion is into eastern Germany And eventually what happens is that Poland Hungary and the Czech Republic are invited and do become members in 1999 And then there is another big bag round during which among other things the Baltic states come into the alliance So Putin was in charge by that time and he disliked that intensely because it meant in his view that NATO is expanding into the former Soviet Union So NATO has gone to multiple rounds of enlargement and now there's going to be another one with Sweden and with Finland So Russia has never been a fan of NATO But NATO's tried to address these tensions with Russia and you write about this agreement in May of 1997 To address those issues with Russia tell us about the significance of that agreement There were times when going as far back as even the Soviet era where the last Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev said how about this How about we emerge the Warsaw Pact in NATO And then Boris Yeltsin also talked to the American president Bill Clinton bush's successor about the idea of Russia joining NATO In fact yeltsin even said at one point you know what the real problem will be China because then China will have a NATO border Now the 1997 agreement to which you referred the west signed something called the NATO Russia founding act in May 1997 And Putin is instrumentalizing this history as well He is drawing on a public claim Boris Yeltsin made afterwards that the May 1997 agreement gave Russia a veto over NATO enlargement It did not but that's another piece of history that Putin can instrumentalize In short Putin cherry picks history But Putin is not interested in historical accuracy He is interested in creating emotional support for the brutalities he's inflicting on Ukraine Given how Putin has portrayed NATO to Russians now that Finland and Sweden have applied to join NATO what significance does that have for the stability of Europe Could it provoke Russia or does it contain Russia The concern obviously is that we hope in the west that Sweden and Finland joining will not create further provocations for Putin I think that the Finnish president salini nista did a very good thing when he called Putin to talk to him and communicate that Finland is joining NATO and why it is joining NATO That has helped to reduce the temperature So I'm hopeful that this can happen without escalating tensions Mary surratt is a professor at Johns Hopkins school of advanced international studies in Washington thanks so much for joining us Thank you for your attention to these important issues My unsung hero from the team at hidden brain is a series about people whose kindness left a laugh to a lasting impression on someone else Today's story comes from me It's about an evening a few months ago I was here in Washington walking home from my local bookstore when I reached in my pocket and my wallet was gone Vanished So I started retracing my steps I'm down on my hands and knees looking in the gutters around the street I go back and forth and back and forth my wallet is nowhere I go back in the bookstore the nice guy at the register who had just sold me my books says nobody has turned this wallet in So I trudge home I think all right I'll have dinner and then I guess I need to start canceling all of these cards And an email appears It is from a man named Adam who says he has found my wallet Right exactly where I was searching the sidewalk He recognized my name because he listened to NPR And he had a friend who had a friend who also works at NPR Long story short she found me I texted Adam He texted back his home address So I call an Uber and sent it to his address and ask if the Uber driver can collect something for me and bring it to my house And 20 minutes later the wallet arrives at my front steps safe and sound everything intact nothing touched Adam has tucked it in a brown paper wine bag And the loveliest detail is I'm digging the wallet out of the bag and I realized at the bottom Adam has dropped a Cadbury caramel egg which he 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"september 1990" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:49 min | 6 months ago

"september 1990" Discussed on WTOP

"Of our studios brought to you by dulles glass For all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit Delos glass dot com Love your glass 7 51 Lawmakers in Maryland's House of delegates are pointing to a tax relief package They say would steer about $300 million to working in middle class families over 5 years That package would cut states sales taxes on goods including diapers car seats and diabetic care products Another proposal would create a state match to the federal work opportunity tax credit for employers who hire and retain workers from underrepresented communities When a snowstorm stranded drivers and I 95 in Virginia last month some for more than 24 hours the state had little to no communication with those drivers through much of that ordeal and after watching that whole thing play out Maryland is taken a step to try to avoid that same kind of nightmare That's because the state will roll on a program this summer that sends notifications to people's phones about major road closures If drivers are stuck for two hours notifications will be sent and then commuters will be able to text highway officials and even sign up for text updates Instead of constantly checking Twitter for more info Information logistics will develop the program for Maryland That's according to The Washington Post the company has already set up similar notification systems in Pennsylvania Georgia and New Jersey Similar options are reportedly being explored by the Virginia Department of Transportation For 32 years a skull sat in police custody without a name or an explanation of death A now police are putting a name to the remains Back in September 1990 a property owner bush hogging his field in Stafford county found a skull under a fence line police had no idea who it was or how they died but they did discover it belonged to a teen boy between 15 and 18 years old They waited as DNA testing advanced Then in November 2021 researchers found family members in a genealogy database turns out the skull belongs to Timothy Allen mangum his family lost contact with him before 1990 and was last seen alive in 1983 or 1984 Now detectives want to know what happened to Timothy Gigi Barnett Coming up in money news losses on Wall Street for the second week in a row Carla's roofing company always goes above and beyond Yeah we heard about next week's forecast She needs a new four mental weather a storm of projects You mean another full crew before Wednesday Meet a Jose Can you work Wednesday Indeed can help her hire great people fast I need indeed Indeed you do Instant met instantly connects you with quality candidates whose resumes on indeed match your sponsor job description.

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"september 1990" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:55 min | 6 months ago

"september 1990" Discussed on WTOP

"27 in Frederick 29 downtown at metro center at four 40 The national archives is sharing details about what was in those boxes of White House documents recently retrieved from former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence in a letter responding to a request from the House oversight committee the national archive says it identified classified national security information in the 15 boxes at recovered from Mar-a-Lago last month It also says some of the documents it's received were torn up Some taped back together The national archive says it's in contact with the Justice Department about the records Steve Dorsey CBS News Washington meanwhile the federal judge has rejected the former president's average toss out conspiracy lawsuits filed by lawmakers and by two capitol police officers district judge Amit Mehta said Trump's words during a rally on January 6th were likely words of incitement not protected by the First Amendment The lawsuits spell out a tale how Trump Donald Trump Jr. Rudy Giuliani and congressman mo Brooks sped spread baseless claims of election fraud before and after the 2020 election was declared and the suits accused them of inciting thousands of rioters before they stormed the capitol 5 people died as a result of the violent on January 6th including a capitol police officer Meanwhile there are new developments surrounding a high profile defendant facing charges connected to January 6th Oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and ten other members of that militia are charged with seditious conspiracy and on Friday a federal judge ruled that Rhodes will remain jailed until his trial date Rhodes was arguing because he's so high profile and recognizable across the country that he's not a flight risk and should be released from pretrial detention because he's no risk of fleeing but the judge says Rhodes is a danger sending messages allegedly to co-conspirators ahead of January 6th amassing guns coordinating plotting and planning Now to CBS News congressional correspondent Scott McFarland it's not known whether roads will be jailed near his Texas home or where there will be transferred to the D.C. jail It's four 42 the wife of a navy nuclear engineer charged with trying to sell submarine secrets to foreign governments has pleaded guilty to her role in the case Diana tabby of Annapolis entered the plea Friday in federal court in martinsburg West Virginia admitting to one count of conspiracy to communicate restricted data Her husband Jonathan teve played a guilty to that same charge on Monday Admitted to passing information about American nuclear powered warships to so many he thought was a foreign government representative It was actually an undercover agent from the FBI Diana tevi was accused of acting as a lookout at several pre arranged locations Four 43 now For 32 years a skull set of police custody without a name or any explanation of its death On Friday police put a name to those remains Back in September 1990 a property owner bush hogging his field in Stafford county found a skull under a fence line Police had no idea who it was or how they died but they did discover it belonged to a teen boy between 15 and 18 years old They waited as DNA testing advanced Then in November 2021 researchers found family members in a genealogy database turns out this goal belongs to Timothy Allen mangum his family lost contact with him before 1990 and was last seen alive in 1983 or 1984 Now detectives want to know what happened to Timothy Gigi Barnett News Police are looking for anyone who may have attended high school with Timothy mangum or may know anything about his death Just he had lots of college hoops to talk about this morning including a big win for Maryland in the cornfields of Nebraska Frank hanrahan wraps it all up next it is four 44.

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"september 1990" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:52 min | 6 months ago

"september 1990" Discussed on WTOP

"CBS News special report President Biden says he's convinced that Russia's Vladimir Putin has decided to invade Ukraine in the next few days The factory remains Russian troops currently have Ukraine surrounded from Belarus along the Russian border and with Ukraine to the Black Sea in the south And all of its border Mister Biden says the evidence also includes cyberattacks on Ukraine and this information spread by the Russians to justify an invasion CBS's Holly Williams is in eastern Ukraine We've seen a whole bunch of social media posts All of them claiming to be from eastern Ukraine the part of this country that is under the control of Russian backed separatists Let me tell you about some of those posts One alleging that there's been in explosion video purporting to show Ukrainian forces trying to blow up chlorine cylinders President Biden says despite all of this it's not too late for Russia to choose diplomacy over war CBS News special report I'm Peter king More reaction and analysis all through the evening on WTO 6 22 and other news tonight drivers who didn't get help while they were stuck on an icy I 95 in Virginia at the beginning of the year probably will never forget that Besides being stuck overnight They never got any information about what was happening That whole thing got Maryland thinking about how it can avoid a similar mistake The state is planning on rolling out a new system this summer that would send notifications to people's phones that are in an area where there's a major road closure The Washington Post reports a company called information logistics will develop the program that will send the notification to people's phones if they have been stuck for about two hours with details of the problem and then it will allow drivers to sign up for text message updates and it will even allow them to text directly to highway officials The company has set up similar programs in Pennsylvania Georgia and New Jersey Meanwhile the Virginia Department of Transportation will reportedly explore similar options Luke Luke 6 23 for 32 years a skull set in police custody without a name or an explanation of death but today police put a name to those remains Back in September 1990 a property owner bush hogging his field in Stafford county found a skull under a fence line Police had no idea who it was or how they died but they did discover it belonged to a team boy between 15 and 18 years old They waited as DNA testing advanced Then in November 2021 researchers found family members in a genealogy database turns out the skull belongs to Timothy Allen mangum his family lost contact with him before 1990 and was last seen alive in 1983 or 1984 Now detectives want to know what happened to Timothy Gigi Barnett WTO news Next in money news local companies on a best for black professionals list I'm Jeffrey It's 6 24.

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"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"That card's press knows that everyone has a story to tell. We've been helping Chicago authors get their books published for over six years. We're experts in editing, design, marketing and distribution. Just ask the dozens of authors we've helped visit us at Chicago, author solutions dot com or cards. Press dot com. That's E C K h A. R T Z Press. Com. Got a book in you? We know you do and we're ready to help. Hi. It's Carrie Kendall. You know me from playtime, but I'm also Playboy's Miss September 1990 playmate. Autographs are becoming more valuable and harder to come by. Don't risk being ripped off on auction sites were forgeries are common. Anyone can purchase a certificate of authenticity. I've seen them offered with forged autographs of mine. Visit my website. Kerry Campbell dot com for authentic autographed collectibles. Carrie Campbell dot com. Broken one soldier's unexpected journey home, a novel of post traumatic stress broken, broken, broken broken. An American novel, one soldier's unexpected journey home. W. C turn recommended by the National Association of Mental Health Institute. Broken Broken by W. C. Turk available at Amazon and Barnes and noble dot com. In average day 93 Americans are killed by guns, men, women and Children. It's hard to believe so many lives are shattered by gun violence. Patrick Boswell was only 14 years old. He was murdered by a gun. His family is shattered forever. If faced with aggression. Don't use gun violence. It's not worth it. Be strong. Use your words, not guns. Is it? Patrick lives on dot or g'kar? This is Kevin and soon McCarthy, host of the travel planners radio show on a Saturday 46 p. M. On w CDO AM and FM. Merry Christmas, Chicago. I just wanted to Confirming. Come.

"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"september 1990" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"september 1990" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Some teachers like this one are looking forward to it. I miss them a lot, and I really am glad for them to be coming back, and I know that they really They missed being here at school with people as well. Freak. A through third grader go backto learning in person. Next week, all students will not go back to the classroom until the week of October. 19th desks will be used instead of communal tables. Stickers on the floor will show students which direction to walk in the hallways to maintain social distancing and grades. K through eight will eat their lunch in their classrooms, an increase in fan capacity. 5000 more fans will be allowed to the next Indianapolis Colts phone game October 18th against the Cincinnati The Bangles 12,500 to be exact 7500 were in last week and there were just 2500 for the home opener. Three more Greek houses at Indiana University having to stop all activities, Madison McGill reports, two fraternities and one sorority have been given a cease and desist orders. Ah, you spokesperson, Chuck Corny, says they were given the orders for violating public health regulations and restrictions and the incidents are being investigated. Seven Greek houses and you are on quarantine. 30 were under quarantine orders on September 2nd. Madison. Miguel 93 WNBC Mobile new in September 1990 for Lisa Renee was 16. It was her last month on Earth. Chris Davis reports. Her killer is scheduled to be the next person executed at the federal prison in Terre A Hoe to Orlando Hall is the only child killer eligible for execution on federal death row without a stay or injunction to stop it. He and his gang kidnapped Rene from her family's apartment in Arlington, Texas, drove her toe Arkansas, raped her repeatedly and tortured her in a motel room before hitting her with a shovel, dousing her with gasoline and burying her alive in a park. It was revenge against her brother for a drug deal he had backed out of the execution is in November. Chris Davis 93. W I. B C Mobile news and Here's a look at what's coming up this weekend with 93 W II BE sees Terry Stacey IndyCar is back on the road course at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this weekend. And the witches at the Children's Museum haven't all new Halloween experience that starts today that we've created this event experience called Monster Masquerade. It's going to be a.

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"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Hi. It's Carrie Kendall. You know me from playtime, but I'm also playboys, Miss September 1990 playmate autographs of becoming more valuable and harder to come by. Don't listen. Being whipped off on auction sites were forgeries are common. Anyone can purchase a certificate of authenticity. I've seen them offered with forged autographs of mine. Visit my website carry Kendall dot com for authentic autographed collectibles. Carrie Campbell dot com Broken one soldier's unexpected journey home, a novel of post traumatic stress broken, broken broken. An American novel, one soldier's unexpected journey home. IWC Turk recommended by the National Association of Mental Health. It's broken by WC Turk available at Amazon and Barnes and noble dot com. An average day. 93 Americans are killed by guns, men, women and Children. It's hard to believe so many lives were shattered by gun violence. Patrick Boswell was only 14 years old. When he was murdered by a gun. His family is shattered forever. If faced with aggression. Don't use gun violence. It's not worth it. Be strong. Use your words, not guns. Visit Patrick lives on dot or ge. This is area chief from around the house where we talk home Improvement every Saturday and you're listening to W c Geo Chicago Smart talk. Am 15 90 FM 95.9 Sweet. All right. Welcome back to the show. You're listening to play. Time of filter can carry Campbell. This is the radio son for Patrick lives on. We really need you guys to call in. On DA apparently II. I made it made a joke. And so my apologies, it was was an innocent joke and It was not well thought out. Probably not. Okay, so so my deepest, deepest apologies. But we've got we've got some centers here and we way need to keep those phone lines going. We need you guys to call in 8777 11 56 11 on 844305 78 100 on DH pledge any amount. We've got some great gift incentives here. These were all tax deductible. Everything will be you. You'll get you'll get a on IRS form with all of all of your donations. S so that you can. You can take advantage. Full advantage of the five Valencia three status of all this. But Carrie, what do we got? We have, like I said Gibson's steakhouse, two of.

"september 1990" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"september 1990" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"With the individual. And they have got him contained in one of the parking lots outside of both stadiums in the German sports complex. Kansas City police captain David Jackson explained the man was firing at employees, but no one has been hurt. They say the suspect is having a mental health crisis. Spokesperson for the Royals told KNBC nine that the situation wasn't expected to affect tonight's game. Kauffman Stadium sits adjacent to Arrowhead on the complex. Naomi Osaka came back from a set down to win her third career major over Victoria Azarenka Saturday in New York City. It's the second time Osaka has won the U. S. Open. The first being in 2018 Azarenka had tonight is Serena Williams has run at a 24th career major in the semi finals and the game show that help to make Rocco marks a comedy legend is coming back to television variety reports. You bet your life is scheduled For a fall. 2021 premiere with former tonight show host Jay Leno. I'm Matt Matt. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. A closely watched vaccine trial is back on the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca have restarted a UK trial of an experimental covered 19 vaccine. The study had been halted September 6th after one of the participants got sick. Oxford said in a statement that the UK regulator had recommended that the trials resume. The regulator didn't disclose any details about the participants. Illness. Vandals struck again on the seven train 19 windows smashed overnight in Woodside, Queens. New York one reports. Police say it happened about one this morning near 61st Street and Woodside Avenue. The NYPD, he says well over 400 windows on number seven trains have been shattered since May. Some were also smashed on two and three trains across the city, causing more than $300,000 in damage. We're hearing Softbank Group is nearing a deal to sell British chip designer arm holdings to in Vidia. For about $40 billion more on that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. A sale of Arm holdings would be the latest in a Siri's of big asset sales by soft Bank, the Japanese technology conglomerate. The cash and stock deal being discussed would value arm somewhere north of $40 billion. Now, the terms under discussion could mark a big win for Softbank. Which bought arm four years ago for $32 billion and its struggle to jumpstart growth of the business. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg Radio another week another week of worry for those who need stimulus to survive by way of the federal government, as no developments took place on that front. Megan Green is a senior fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. We have seen a whole bunch of support your consumers and for workers and small businesses expire on so unless we get More support. I think the U. S. Will go back into recession. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This's masters in business with very riddles on Bloomberg Radio. My extra special guest this week is Will Dan off, He has been running Fidelity's Contra funds. For just about 30 years. The fund is the largest actively managed mutual fund run by one person. It's about $130 billion. And since September 1990 When he took over the funds, he has outperformed the benchmark SNP index by more than 300 basis points. Annually Will dan off. Welcome to Bloomberg. Thanks, Barry. It's great to be with you. So that track record is really quite astonishing. You'd returned on average 13% compounded annually. Your benchmark the S and P. 500 is 10% the average large cap growth funds. Has returned about 9%. So what is the secret of your success? Very, I think you know, sometimes you lose track of the percentages, But I think if you had invested $10,000 in the S and P 500, you should have your fact Checkers. Figure this out, But I think that after 30 years of being up whatever it is 10% a year You're at, like 200,000 and the fewer invested in Contra fun. You'd be closer to like 480,000, so it really can make a difference. Compound ing Is an important concept for your listeners. When it comes to investing, and to the extent you can find a pond or a company that can compound Over time. It really does make a difference over the decades, But I'd say, Barry, for for me, the North Star has been the importance of analyzing Cos. Keeping an open mind working really hard. And staying flexible. Having a great team, and then maybe just Bringing it all back to the earnings per share of the underlying companies. Trying to think about you know what the company could earn. Looking out 57 years. No. Will this company be bigger and better? So I do believe that the growth discipline Is the superior discipline and then you know, once you determine what you think the company might earn, looking out to the extent you can look out, and you have to be honest. Say, you know, I really I'm not sure you know, In the In the world of technology, you have to be really careful about extrapolating growth rates. But that ideally you're Trying to pay that. The best price you can for well positioned Growth company with, you know, a good brand and great management and strong cash flow and stuff like that, But I'd say, you know, cast a wide net. Be flexible and then you know, continue to monitor what your your investments are doing and what you're management's air doing. I'm much more of advocate of sort of the poker game approach. I think it's hard to say, you know, ex wife is going to be a buy and hold for 10 years, but You know, this is the greatest thing since sliced bread and therefore we're all in. Some investors could do that. I think Over over 30 years. You make a lot of mistakes. You accept your mistakes. You learn from your mistakes, but One idea I have is just to say, Listen, I think You know you're you know, we're playing poker. I haven't eh? You're showing a three. I think this is starting out to be a good hand for me. So I'm going to bet, Salma. And start to build a position and then if I'm served another ace, meaning the company, you know, says it's goingto expand into California expand in India. Or, you know, introduced the new product and the results show that Those efforts are going really well. Then you bet more so again. For me. It's a little more incremental. And a little less how the light bulb went off. You know, plastics are you know we're all in on plastic ALS plastics without data, so I would say You know, Let's start with the facts. You know, Fidelity is just an unbelievable place to manage money. We've got a number legal research team. We have experts and virtually every industry that matters. We have experts in virtually every region of the world that matters. We have experts in, you know all Disciplines in the market value growth. Small mid large all parts of the cap table, you know, investment grade high yield. Convertible's So let's stay with talking about fidelity a little bit. You mentioned some of the the murderer's row. The 28 Yankees lineup. You guys have you started it fidelity in 1986. But if my research is correct, it wasn't as a fund manager, right? You came in as an analyst? Yes, bury an interesting footnote for your listeners. I applied for a summer job in 1985, and I was rejected. So Barry one must always persevere. And, you know, I think the decision was probably the right one. I was a bit immature and not his experience. But luckily I was accepted and for the full time job As an analyst in 1986, and I think it's important when you think of our companies. As investments employers to understand the culture of the company. And you know, I'm so grateful and lucky that Fidelity Wass and still is a research oriented, You know, active manager and all the great fund managers all started as analysts at Fidelity, You know, really does that include Peter Lynch? He started as an analyst. Oh, yes, Peter started as an analyst. So when you have that common experience in common language It's just.

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"september 1990" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

09:39 min | 2 years ago

"september 1990" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Matt Matt Ensign in the latest Corona virus inflicted blow to Hollywood Warner Brothers Studios is pushing back the release date of the DC Comics action movie Wonder Woman, 1984 from October 2nd until Christmas Day. Sources tell Variety that's apparently due to the lukewarm theatrical debut of Tenet Warner Brothers signed Fi thriller pulled in just $20 million at the domestic box office over the Labor Day weekend as 30% of US movie theaters remained closed due to the Corona virus orders. Executives hope that cinemas in Los Angeles and New York will reopen by the holidays. NBC says Saturday night Live, is returning to the studio next season starting October 3rd following several months Hiatus dependent and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg News Room. The University of Oxford and AstraZeneca PLC have restarted a UK trial on an experimental covered 19 vaccine. This after it was halted earlier this month over concerns about a volunteer participant who fell ill UK Medicines Health Regulatory Authority recommended that the study resume. It didn't say anything about the volunteer participant. CBS Foods, the world's largest meat producer, was issued a fine of over $15,000 for failing to protect staff from the Corona virus and a Colorado facility where six workers have reportedly died. A fine from the Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration, announced yesterday came one day after US regulators issued a similar penalty to Smithfield Foods. Many, including two senators said that fine was inadequate. New York City is that to reopen for indoor dining September 30th with a 25% capacity limits. The nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, warns of the long road ahead. If you go indoors in a restaurant, whatever capacity 25 50%, or what have you indoors Absolutely increases the risk. How she was interviewed on MSNBC. Several museums across the city re opened their doors to the public today or from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. All museums must operate with reduced hours and capacity Corona virus safety protocols are mandatory, and this includes temperature checks, hand sanitizer stations and The enforcement of mask and social distancing requirements. Among those now open the 9 11 memorial and Museum. It was open for Victimsfamilies yesterday. You can also visit the Brooklyn Museum. The Met Cloisters, the Tenement Museum on the South Street Seaport Museums waiver tree, But if you go definitely check times and restrictions, Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. This's masters in business with very results on Bloomberg Radio. My extra special guest this week is Will Dan off. He has been running Fidelity's Contra funds for just about 30 years. The fund is the largest actively managed mutual fund. Run by one person. It's about $130 billion, and since September 1990 when he took over the funds. He has outperformed the benchmark SNP index by more than 300 basis points annually. Will dan off? Welcome to Bloomberg. Thanks, Barry. It's great to be with you. So that track record is really quite astonishing. You've returned on average 13% compounded annually. Your benchmark. The S and P. 500 is 10%. The average large cap growth funds has returned about 9%. So what is the secret of your success? Very, I think you know, sometimes you lose track of the percentages, but I think If you'd invested $10,000 in the S and P 500, you should have your fact Checkers. Figure this out. But I think that after 30 years of being up whatever it is 10% a year you're at like 200,000 and fewer invested in Contra fun. You'd be closer to like 480,000 so It really can make a difference. Compound ING is an important concept for your listeners. When it comes to investing, and to the extent you can find a pond or a company that can compound Over time. It really does make a difference over the decades, But I'd say, Barry, for for me, the North Star has been the importance of analyzing Cos. Keeping an open mind working really hard. And saying flexible. Having a great team, and then maybe just Bringing it all back to the earnings per share of the underlying companies. Trying to think about you know what the company could earn. Looking out 57 years. You know, Will this company be bigger and better? So I do believe that the growth discipline Is the superior discipline and then you know, once you've determined, what do you think the company might earn? Looking out to the extent you can look out, and you have to be honest. Say, you know, I really I'm not sure you know, In the world of technology, you have to be really careful about extrapolating growth rates. But then ideally, you're Trying to pay that the best price you can for well positioned growth company with, you know, a good brand and great management and strong cash flow and stuff like that. But I'd say, you know, cast a wide net. Be flexible and then you know, continue to monitor what your your investments are doing and what you're management's air doing. Much more of Ah, advocate of It is sort of a poker game approach. I think it's hard to say, you know is going to be a buy and hold for 10 years, but You know, this is the greatest thing since sliced bread and therefore we're all in some investors. Khun do that, I think Over over 30 years. You make a lot of mistakes. You accept your mistakes. You learn from your mistakes, but One idea I have is just to say, Listen, I think You know you're you know, we're playing poker. I haven't eh? You're showing a three. I think this is starting out to be a good hand for me. So I'm going to bet, Salma. And start to build a position and then if I'm served another ace, meaning the company, you know, says it's goingto expand into California expand in India. Or, you know, introduced the new product and the results show that Those efforts are going really well. Then you bet more so again. For me, it's a little more incremental. And a little less how the light bulb went off. You know, plastics are you know we're all in on plastic, all plastics without data, so I would say You know, let's start with the facts. You know, Fidelity is just an unbelievable place to manage money. We've got a number legal research team we have, you know, experts in virtually every industry that matters. We have experts in virtually every region of the world that matters. We have experts in, you know all Disciplines in the market value growth small mid large All parts of the cap table, you know, investment grade high yield. Convertible's So let's stay with talking about fidelity a little bit. You mentioned some of the the murderer's row. The 28 Yankees lineup. You guys have you started it fidelity in 1986. But if my research is correct, it wasn't as a fund manager, right? You came in as an analyst. Yes, very An interesting footnote for your listeners. I applied for a summer job in 1985 and I was rejected. So Barry one must always persevere. And, you know, I think the decision was probably the right one. I was a bit immature and not as experience, but luckily I was accepted and for the full time A job as an analyst in 1986, and I think it's important when you think of our companies. As investments employers to understand the culture of the company. And you know, I'm so grateful and lucky that Fidelity Wass and still is a research oriented, You know, active manager and all the great fund managers all started as analysts at Fidelity, You know, really does that include Peter Lynch? He started as an analyst. Oh, yes, Peter started as an analyst. So when you have that common experience in common language It's just so helpful Coming up. We continue our conversation with Will Dan off Fidelity's Contra fund manager discussing stock picking in the modern era, you're listening to masters in.

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"september 1990" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"september 1990" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Business with very riddles on Bloomberg Radio. My extra special guest this week is well Dan off. He has been running Fidelity's contra funds for just about 30 years. The fund is the largest actively managed mutual fund run by one person. It's about $130 billion, and since September 1990 When he took over the funds, he has outperformed the benchmark SNP index by more than 300 basis points annually. Will dan off. Welcome to Bloomberg. Thanks, Barry. It's great to be with you. So that track record is really quite astonishing. You'd returned on average 13% compounded annually. Your benchmark the S and P. 500 is 10% the average large cap growth funds. Has returned about 9%. So what is the secret of your success? Very, I think you know, sometimes you lose track of the percentages, But I think if you had invested $10,000 in the S and P 500, you should have your fact Checkers. Figure this out, But I think that after 30 years of being up whatever it is 10% a year Europe like 200,000, fewer invested in Contra fun. You'd be closer to like 480,000, so it really can make a difference. Compound ING is an important concept for your listeners when it comes to investing, and to the extent you confined a pond or a company that Khun Compound Over time. It really does make a difference over the decades, But I'd say, Barry, for for me, the North Star has been the importance of analyzing Cos. Keeping an open mind working really hard. And saying flexible. Having a great team, and then maybe just Bringing it all back to the earnings per share of the underlying companies. I'm trying to think about you know what the company could earn. Looking out 57 years. You know, Will this company be bigger and better? So I do believe that the growth discipline Is a superior discipline. And then you know, once you determine what you think the company might earn Looking out to the extent you can look out, and you have to be honest and say, you know, I really I'm not sure you know, In the In the world of technology, you have to be really careful about extrapolating growth rates. But that ideally you're Trying to pay that. The best price you can for well positioned growth company with, you know, a good brand and great management and strong cash flow and stuff like that. But I'd say, you know, cast a wide net. Be flexible and then you know, continue to monitor what your your investments are doing and what you're management's air doing. I'm much more of Ah, advocate of They get a sort of the poker game approach. I think it's hard to say, you know is going to be a buy and hold for 10 years, but You know, this is the greatest thing since sliced bread and therefore we're all in some investors. Khun do that, I think Over over 30 years. You make a lot of mistakes. You accept your mistakes. You learn from your mistakes, but One idea I have is just to say, Listen, I think You know you're you know, we're playing poker. I haven't, eh? You showing a three? I think this is starting out to be a good hand for me. So I'm going to bet summa. And start to build a position and then if I'm served another ace, meaning the company, you know, says it's goingto expand into California expand in India. Or, you know, introduced the new product and the results show that Those efforts are going really well. Then you bet more so again. For me. It's a little more incremental. And a little less how the light bulb went off. You know, plastics are you know we're all in on plastic ALS plastics without data, so I would say You know, Let's start with the facts. You know, Fidelity is just an unbelievable place to manage money. We've got a number Lee will research team we have, you know, experts and virtually every industry that matters. We have experts in virtually every region of the world that matters. We have experts in you know all Disciplines in the market value growth. Small mid large all parts of the cap table, you know, investment grade high yield. Convertible's So let's stay with talking about fidelity a little bit. You mentioned some of the the murderer's row. The 28 Yankees lineup. You guys have you started it fidelity in 1986. But if my research is correct, it wasn't as a fund manager, right? You came in as an analyst. Yes, very An interesting footnote for your listeners. I applied for a summer job in 1985 and I was rejected. So Barry, one month's always persevere. And, you know, I think the decision was probably the right one. I was a bit immature and not as experience, but Luckily, I was accepted and for the full time job as an analyst in 1986, and I think it's important when you think of our companies. As investments employers to understand the culture of the company. And you know, I'm so grateful and lucky that Fidelity Wass and still is a research oriented, You know, active manager and all the great fund managers all started as analysts at Fidelity, You know, really does that include Peter Lynch? He started as an analyst. Oh, yes, Peter started as an analyst. So when you have that common experience in common language It's just so helpful Coming.

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"september 1990" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"september 1990" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At Bloomberg World Hank Waters. It was a down week for the U. S. Stock market, A mixed Friday stocks ended a volatile session as declines in technology shares continued after a five month rally came to a halt last week. Jonathan Ghalib is chief US equity strategist that Cube securities If you look at the Big Five tech names at Apple and Amazon, Google Facebook, Microsoft None of them are up over 100% of here. They're a big but they're not. They're not in the lapel Aton camp with where the numbers are off the charts. Consumer prices rose for a third month in August. And with that story, here's Bloomberg's Vina del Jude eyes. That's months. 1000.4% increase is consistent with a gradual pickup in inflation. Is Theis economy recovers from the pandemic, Joel Even with the pick up, Federal Reserve officials say they see little thread of inflation used. Car prices posted the largest increase in 51 years, offsetting that college tuition dropped the most since 1978 as classes went online. Many Del Giudice Bloomberg Radio. As for the inflation outlook, John Silvia is founder of Dynamic economic Strategies. I know people talk about a lot of money being printed, but the reality is a global competition. Ah, wage competition is really strong, keeping the wage costs down, and I think the ability of people to shop efficiently using the Internet has really made price competition. Very difficult for sellers to raise prices. And next week, Wall Street's focus will shift to the Fed meeting. Stocks traded next with the S and P 500 index up one point little changed. The Dow advanced 131 points up 5/10 of 1%. NASDAQ Down 66 a drop of 6/10 of 1%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick, Take power by Maur than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie Pellet. This is Bloomberg. This is master's in business with very results on Bloomberg Radio. My extra special guest this week is well Dan off. He has been running Fidelity's contra funds for just about 30 years. The fund is the largest actively managed mutual fund run by one person. It's about $130 billion, and since September 1990 When he took over the funds, he has outperformed the benchmark SNP index by more than 300 basis points annually. Will dan off. Welcome to Bloomberg. Thanks, Barry. It's great to be with you. So that track record is really quite astonishing. You've returned on average 13% compounded annually. Your benchmark the S and P. 500 is 10% the average large cap growth funds. Has returned about 9%. So what is the secret of your success? Very, I think you know, sometimes you lose track of the percentages, But I think if you had invested $10,000 in the S and P 500, you should have your fact Checkers. Figure this out, But I think that after 30 years of being up whatever it is 10% a year Europe like 200,000, and the fewer invested in Contra fun, You'd be closer to like 480,000, so it really can make a difference. Compound ing Is an important concept for your listeners. When it comes to investing, and to the extent you can find a pond or a company that can compound Over time. It really does make a difference over the decades, But I'd say, Barry, for for me, the North Star has been the importance of analyzing Cos. Keeping an open mind working really hard. And staying flexible. Having a great team, and then maybe just Bringing it all back to the earnings per share of the underlying companies. Trying to think about you know what the company could earn. Looking out 57 years. So will this company be bigger and better? So I do believe that the growth discipline Is superior discipline. And then you know, once you determine what you think the company might earn, looking out to the extent you can look out, and you have to be honest. Say, you know, I really I'm not sure you know the in the world of technology. You have to be really careful about extrapolating growth rates. But then ideally, you're Trying to pay the best price you can for well positioned. Growth company with, you know, a good brand and great management and strong cash flow and stuff like that. But I'd say, you know, cast a wide net be flexible. And then you know, continue to monitor what your your investments are doing and what you're management's air doing. Much more of advocate of That is sort of the poker game approach. I think it's hard to say, you know is going to be a buy and hold for 10 years, but You know, this is the greatest thing since sliced bread and therefore we're all in. Some investors could do that. I think Over over 30 years. You make a lot of mistakes. You accept your mistakes. You learn from your mistakes. Blood. One idea I have is just to say, Listen, I think You know you're you know, we're playing poker. I haven't eh? You're showing a three. I think this is starting out to be a good hand for me. So I'm going to bet, Salma. And start to build a position and then if I'm served another ace, meaning the company, you know, says it's goingto expand into California expand in India. Or, you know, introduced the new product, and the results show that those efforts are going really well. Then you bet more so again. For me, it's a little more incremental. And a little less how the light bulb went off. You know, plastics are you know we're all in on plastic plastics without data, so I would say You know, let's start with the facts. You know, Fidelity is just an unbelievable place to manage money. We've got an unbelievable research team we have, you know, experts in virtually every industry that matters. We have experts in virtually every region of the world that matters. We have experts in you know all Disciplines in the market value growth small mid large All parts of the cap table, you know, investment grade high yield. Convertible's So let's stay with talking about fidelity a little bit. You mentioned some of the the murderer's row. The 28 Yankees lineup. You guys have you started it fidelity in 1986. But if my research is correct, it wasn't as a fund manager, right? You came in as an analyst? Yes, very An interesting footnote for your listeners. I applied for a summer job in 1985, and I was rejected. So Barry one must always persevere. And, you know, I think the decision was probably the right one. I was a bit immature and not his experience. But luckily I was accepted and for the full time job Hasn't analysts in 1986, and I think it's important when you think of our companies. As investments employers to understand the culture of the company. And, you know, I'm so grateful and lucky that Fidelity. Wass and still is a research oriented, You know, active manager and all the great fund managers all started as analysts at Fidelity, You know, really does that include Peter Lynch? He started as an analyst. Oh, yes, Peter started as an analyst. So when you have that common experience in common language It's just so helpful Coming up. We continue our conversation with.

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"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"september 1990" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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