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Civil Rights Activist, Patricia Stephens Due

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Civil Rights Activist, Patricia Stephens Due

"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is encyclopedia will Manica. All month we're talking about activists. Women who stood up against injustice and four a better world. Today we're talking about an American civil rights activist whose work began as a student and extended throughout her life and beyond. She was one of the leaders of the sit in and Jalen movements continuing to fight for a more just society even when faced with serious harm. According to The New York Times her FBI file was over four hundred pages long. Let's talk about Patricia Stevens do. Patricia Gloria Stevens was born on December ninth nineteen, thirty, nine fifteen months after her sister Priscilla who would go on to be partner in many organizing efforts. Patricia was the second of three kids born to Lottie Mae Powell Stevens, and Horace Walter Stevens. The Stevens family lived in Belgrade Florida for most Patricia Youth. By the time she was thirteen years old Patricia was very aware of the discrimination she faced for being black and was ready to protest. She and her sister refused to go to the designated colored window at their local dairy queen. Instead, they stood in line for the window marked whites only. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, seven Patricia started school at Florida Am University. Two years later in Nineteen fifty-nine Patricia and Priscila attended a workshop put on by the Congress of racial equality or core on nonviolent civil disobedience. Patricia then started a local chapter of the organization in order to continue the work, she tried to tackle it just thirteen years old integration. The following year on February. Twentieth Nineteen Sixty Patricia, her sister, and some other students sat down at a whites only lunch counter at a Woolworth Tallahassee and refused to get up until they were served. Nineteen days earlier, four guys sat down at a similar lunch counter in Greensboro North Carolina officially kicking off. Since movement across the South Patricia and ten of her peers were arrested rather than paying three hundred dollar Fine Patricia and. Out Forty nine days in jail. Their determination to serve their time as a statement became a norm when others were arrested and charged on fairly. Patricia leadership and courage caught the attention of people around the country support of the cause including Jackie Robinson Eleanor Roosevelt Harry Belafonte, and James. Baldwin. Dr Martin. Luther King. Junior. Sent the sisters telegram that said. Going to jail for a righteous cause as a badge of honor and a symbol of dignity. After she was finally released, Patricia continued the fight to change her city and country. One of her fellow activists was a man named John D do junior. He was law school at Florida Am University. The two got married in nineteen, sixty three and would go on to have three children together for their honeymoon Patricia and John went to the march on Washington and heard Dr King's I have a dream speech. The following year in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, Patricia took on a new role in corps. She served as field secretary for a voter education and Registration Project in North Florida under her leadership. program. More. Voters than any other regional program in the south. Patricia also worked to improve the lives of workers, the poor and other underserved populations in the US. But her activism took a physical toll on her. After being hit in the face by a can of tear gas, Patricia is were injured and she was forced to wear dark glasses for the rest of her life in nineteen sixty, seven, ten years after she enrolled. Patricia graduated from Florida Am. University it took her all of a decade to get her degree because she spent periods of time traveling around the US to rally energy behind the civil rights movement. She was also suspended multiple times by the

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Decade in Review: Tech and the Corner Office

WSJ Tech News Briefing

11:59 min | 2 years ago

Decade in Review: Tech and the Corner Office

"John is you wrote in your piece a decade ago. The world was waiting for the other shoe to drop. We had just experienced the financial crisis of two thousand eight and we were just getting back on our feet as an economy. What did the job of CEO look like back then? Yeah I think there was a lot more concern concern about just the general fragility of the economy. Could we trust regulators. Could we trust interest rates. Setters could we trust the SORTA heard of the fabric of what was holding together the global economy with what was going on the EU. There was general distrust of all of that ten years ago. I mean you didn't know if we were going to go through a double dip. Recession financial crisis had been just so traumatic and it did touch every industry that took several years to really emerged. Emerged from that with the sense of okay. This economies rolling we can begin to invest again begin to hire again and begin to think about innovation in leaps and bounds. mm several years versus just trying to make incremental innovation so investment started to roll sometime well after the financial crisis but yes definitely the beginning of the decade was was a given worrisome time for NCO energy industry. Well let's breakdown sort of piece by piece. The technological factors that have driven some of the intense change. We've seen in the corner corner office. First and foremost probably social media in two thousand nine. It was in its earliest stages. How is social media change? What we expect from CEOS? Yeah I don't I think we necessarily expect them all to be tweeting and on facebook and Instagram as much as we expect them to be responsive to how small and how fast the world has gotten with its response to crisis or trends or what's popular anything from the most recent examples with Peleton the exercise company and some of their ads. That didn't go over too well to earlier. This year with Boeing Definitely got into some real hot water with some of the technologies on on their planes and some of the fatalities that were related to not having everything in order there and then in front of that you had a lot of. CEO's being and pulled into a tumultuous time with the president of the United States who likes to tweet obviously and that creates a whole nother layer of communication and skill. Oh that the CEO didn't have to have you know five six seven ten years ago Slight miscalculation in the way the company presents itself on social doesn't communicate fast enough can lead to a barrage of criticism not just newspapers in in in in the marketplace but just in general arena of Public Opinion Union because it's all become so condensed on social media. Social media's also heightened this expectation of corporate social responsibility it allows companies to engage more directly with their customers customers and it pushes. CEO's to be Social Justice Warriors. Who have been some of the winners and losers in this arena? Yeah I think by all means in any company that has a strong front on issues like climate change gender equality issues. That are not always gonNA make a big difference in the ledger in in the dollars and cents but issues that are really near and dear to a particular millennials who are our shopping much more with their hearts than just their wallops these days. They're making decisions based on companies. They believe in you know one of the one of the interesting test. Cases Has Been Nike Shoe Company. That is ubiquitous that has been built on the strength of its affiliation with athletes in performance and recently they've had to make some tough decisions and this is obviously around on Colin Kaepernick An NFL player. WHO's not even playing anymore? But it's associated with the brand almost as much these days Michael Jordan not quite but He's on a level that very few athletes have been affiliated with Nike in the past. And that's because they've stood behind him. They've advertised in his favor. They've said that the steps that he took when he was on the football field kneeling the national anthem basically equating that to courageous I step on his part now. Recently the companies had to be very mindful of the the fact that not everybody clearly likes kneeling during the national anthem. They have a broad customer base and they need to be able to play in both the arena of understanding the sensitivity of of the part of its firebase. That doesn't agree with that. But the fact that most of its most loyal and passionate buyers will back Colin Kaepernick and so they've had to make business decisions that you know sometimes isolating ostracized. Part of. It's it's it's buyer base in order to continue to the edgy and continue to be progressive and continue to look like it's on the social edge versus being behind some of these issues so recently with a with a tennis shoe that Colin Kaepernick thought was offensive. The betsy rush you they. They had to pull that from the market again. I think it was about fearing backlash on social media. It wasn't worried necessarily worry about getting hit with boycotts and things like that. I mean social media is so powerful right now and. CEO's are are clearly very aware that they can be criticized heavily in a heartbeat. I'm talking with John. Stole of the Wall Street Journal Moving on here John. There's also a different kind of pressure. The rise of the Fang companies facebook Apple Amazon Netflix. Google the five most popular tech stocks out there. They've developed lt normal power. Can you tell us about their influence on business decisions. Yeah I think it's fascinating to talk about the in the in the context of the last decade or decade. Plus if you think think about ten twelve years these companies not apple necessarily but Amazon for sure facebook Netflix spotify. You go down the list of major her tech disruptors major tech companies which almost every customer now interacts with ten twelve years ago these companies were in their infancy. We didn't know the kind of influence they were going to have on marketplace or even a technology much less overall American life. Today they're ubiquitous. Everybody has netflix. Everybody streams their music. rarely early. Do you see physical copies of movies. And CDs and items like that. And meanwhile there's an increasing number of people shopping online through Amazon or now through their competitors every CEO has had to respond faster than they ever thought they would to these disruptive forces I had a session with number of CEO's last this week in Washington where some of these companies have very little technology built into the way that they do business they make nuts and bolts or which it's washing machines and things like that they aren't high tech features but they realize that it might be in the way that they talk to customers. It might be in the way. They manage their supply. Chains Fang. These facebook Amazon Apple Apple Netflix. Google had changed the way that just central businesses done. And I'll just give you a quick example if you think about Amazon and what we know them for which is an online bookseller now and online good seller their money machine is cloud computing and that is a completely different animal than what we associated Amazon with fifteen fifteen years ago but they've just changed the way that we store data and we moved at and Microsoft and IBM old blue chips have had to catch up. So you see this every day. Every every headline in the Wall Street Journal it seems that these companies are influencing the day to day business decisions across industries and across the company. What about artificial intelligence the mechanization tation of basic tasks? That's beginning to change. The makeup of the workforce as employers our companies had to adapt. Yeah this is. This is the megatrend to watch. I think for one employment base. The workforce is getting older. People are are waiting longer to get into the workforce because they're going to college longer. What have you and so the the basic complexion of who will worker is and what their skill set is what their mentality is is changing in walks artificial intelligence? We are not new to the story of automation. The Nineteen Eighty S and nineteen ninety S. A lot about the robot plants and making sure that you had as many robots as prudent to take out a lot of the human capital and increase efficiency. Now we're in an age when you know again much like the conversation that we're having about Amazon or facebook and they're they're they're wide influence over business artificial intelligence and the ability liberty to manipulate collect and analyze and apply data to the basic business operations of what you do it's table stakes if you're not using data whether it's customer data or logistics data or employees data your going to be caught short against competitors who are probably more nimble. They may not have as much capital but they're able to use artificial intelligible use the machine learning to create a better mousetrap. Now on the employment side I think this is about making workers better. I've done a lot of work on talking with employment economists who see a changing but not necessarily a shrinking workforce United States and if people are going to get older they're gonNA need more automated tasks if workers are are in general older if the workforce is more fifty five twenty five. You're GONNA need tasks where computers are really assisting in aiding being and keeping the momentum going where the people are further removed from education or further removed from their early even their prime years. You're going to see artificial intelligence. It's come in and do a big job there today. I think we're still in the early innings the very early innings of this. We hear a lot about automation in like an Amazon logistics. Six warehouse. Where you hear a lot about automation at Tesla? I've been to the Tesla plant. There are still thousands of people working and that doesn't mean that they're going to be replaced but the ability to efficiently recently moved products through a production system or through a supply chain. I think this is going to be over the next ten years. We're going to be having a conversation. Twenty thirty about rapid development and and major development. That's happened in that area over the decade to come John. It used to be that. CEO's could set a five year plan and work toward that goal with new technology advancing so quickly quickly in the public essentially reacting in real time through. Social media is a five year plan really possible anymore. It doesn't feel like it is and I think I think there's a couple of things that CEO's have told me Whether it's ingenuity ran Pepsi for many years or even Carlson running Houdini a small manufacturer of clothing and I talked to folks who are in the financial industry and a couple of do things are changing the ability to really look out five years because you had this kind of expectation on. CEO's many years ago to set out that five year plan then go meet them it could that'd be profit it could be revenue goals. EPS Return on capital investment. And that stuff. That pressure doesn't go away but it is becoming more difficult in one of the factors that is making it more difficult. Is this rapid change in technology. You really don't know what's going to happen in twenty twenty in terms of the rate of advancement and the size of innovation vacation. So Yeah I think ubiquitously I've got CEO saying it is very difficult to look one year out much less five. It doesn't take the pressure off. And they have to do it. But but boy you better be ready to rip those plans be Nimble and be responsive to consumer who are seemingly constantly demanding faster and better productivity out of their companies. This I guess this is related from where you sit right now. What do you expect that the biggest challenges will be for CEOS going into the next decade nature is for CEO's? I used to say talent there. Always is this concern about particularly with companies. That have big workforce's are they going to be able to staff them with types of people both in the C. Suite and white collar level and the blue collar level with folks that can come up with new ideas and execute on new ideas below. That is going to be the thing that we talk about with trying to resolve uncertainty. Uncertainty doesn't go away but with these inputs of of trade wars and sort of this regulatory guessing guessing game. That's going on. Those are things that will eventually become industry changes and so the companies that actually begin to adopt adopt new strategies new ideas new products companies. That we don't even know about today could be the next Amazon's the next facebook's next next one to ten I know Wall Street Journal reporter. John Stole John. Thanks a

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"seven ten year" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Ten ten Mar Carmen with you tonight till one in the morning happy thanksgiving everybody phone number is three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred that is also the tax line three one two nine eight one the seventy two hundred you can check me out on Twitter right at me there as well at the car arm you can be I love when people follow me on Twitter let's have a conversation with get to know each other Facebook a friend you as well trying to get the five thousand friends one of my great goals in life let's get to know each other on social media all right big show tonight Jessie white secretary of state is going to be coming up here Jesse is almost too good to be true he really is he's in his mid eighties now he's been wildly successful as a secretary of state has been on your driver's license for twenty plus years he's got the most votes of anybody in the history of politics nobody has ever had a problem with Jesse white in public office and he's the service state beautifully he served the troubled part of this city even more beautifully hundreds and thousands of kids have gone through the program the Jesse white tumblers and have benefited and he's had kids of stayed in it for ten twenty thirty years who are giving back to five six seven ten year olds now and it's really as you get to know him a beautiful thing to see I've been to a practice I met some of the young kids about some of the old kids and I wanted to have a mon tonight just to celebrate the sixtieth year anniversary of the tumblers in their yellow which is coming up on December the twelfth the now so what Jesse coming up here in the ten o'clock hour notes will involve in about five or so minutes from now also Adam levy is been a good friend of mine for a long time his wife Lauren torero is a superstar and they had a beautiful baby by the name of Nora and nor was power was born one pound and at all sorts of odds stacked against her of being in this world time and time again and she's now five years old and they started the Nora project which is beautiful for Nora but it's also beautiful in that it teaches empathy two other kids as the nor project is in schools all across Chicago and they're trying to be in more schools which is part of the reason why we're having Adam and Lauren on tonight because Tuesday you'll tomorrow or Friday is Black Friday and then Monday is cyber Monday and then Tuesday is giving Tuesday so they're trying to raise some serious dough coming up this Tuesday I think when you're Adam and Lauren talk you'll see how not only are you helping out a young Nora but more importantly you really could have an impact on the use of American teaching empathy and how much that actually comes back to you when you operate in that way giving back it actually yeah the whole karma thing and not so much even karma just of the feelings of positivity that you get from doing something to help others you you actually shockingly and I'm reminding my talking myself right now you actually get so much back to yourself that you you know you there's a few things that you can do in the world where you'll feel better the water actually showing empathy for somebody and in this case learning about I handicapped kid who's incredibly talented in many areas and then as some disabilities as well and then also while I respect you you respect me it's a beautiful thing look the smile on Ashley's face right now it's just hi how are you you see the I I does it well it makes me like I'm just thinking about the you know kizi you when you're when you're a kid you're grown up and didn't kids are mean right the main people are so I'm not people kids are so particular men because they don't get it you know right well there are you know they're trying to prove that they're called kill tool tool Intel did in okay and you know they will they want they want friends they don't necessarily know how to go about it and here is just a whole nother platform of teaching like what quote unquote cool is it's not necessarily in being the most talented athletically or the smartest or wearing the best clothes or being the prettiest or whatever it whatever category one this is a whole nother animal so looking for having a conversation with Adam Lauren coming up in the eleven o'clock hour and we're doing cooking with comp tonight because you'll carm one of my favorite segments on seven twenty WGN I want to know what you're making for your thanksgiving meal we're gonna have a contest here whoever is going to have the greatest thanksgiving dinner is going to win will mail not is pizza cooking with Kerr is sweeping the nation so I'm looking forward to doing that tonight and I was walking down excels driving across Michigan Avenue today and I go by this new Starbucks rose three and there is a line I don't know two hundred deep of people who are trying to get into this new Starbucks to have a Cup of coffee or have a lot today or have some alcohol infused whatever and they've got nitro gelato all sorts of stuff going on I can't believe it I'm I was the how in the world are they going to survive a five story Starbucks but if you actually went in the Starbucks today the new rose tree on Michigan Avenue I would love to hear from you three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred because I don't get it I'm try and I just wanna be educated I'm sure it's really cool in there new things are awesome I want experience life to but I couldn't believe it I mean there is your cue was cold outside today there's an M. watching videos online to get their five in the morning seven AM the store didn't open till nine and you were sitting outside getting Starbucks Starbucks I mean I love I love coffee I drink it every day or more often than I should but I was just amazed that building is beautiful it looks amazing I'm I don't think I've ever been attracted to a building that that building is with a full it is a beautiful building well said I think there's a a name for what you just right bill buildings the thing or objects I looked it up during the break all right Jesse white is come on up here and yes happy thanksgiving everybody marker with you tonight on seven twenty WGN celebrate Halloween with dressed up donuts from Duncan like the spooky sweet Halloween spider doughnut trick or treat are you a little bit old to be trick or treating no this is so it's just a really good costume anyway I hear you're giving up Duncan spider donuts didn't I just see you with your kid no that was just the my friend is it working.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Good Tuesday morning from New York City to our worldwide audience coming up could take a look at interest rates where is the fed going the fed chairman Pat was at the White House recently look at the latest there plus we'll speak to the C. F. O. of Brazil's largest airline five market share we can update on how the air traffic market is in Latin America but first let's go to Karen Moscow Bloomberg news for a Bloomberg business slash Karen thank you watching the nasdaq this morning pushing toward a fresh record as investors bought into riskier stocks on speculation global economic growth will continue well this appointing reports from retailers holding back gains in the S. and P. five hundred we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg the nasdaq is up a tenth of a percent of seven points this morning at eighty five fifty seven the S. and P. little change at thirty one twenty one and the Dow Jones industrial average now down a tenth of a percent down twenty eight points added twenty eight thousand seven ten year treasury of six thirty seconds yep one point seven nine percent yield on the two year one point six zero percent NYMEX crude oil is done about two tenths as down about two percent rather down a dollar eleven at fifty five ninety five a barrel comex gold is down to transfer center two dollars forty cents to fourteen sixty nine sixty an ounce the euro one point one zero seven five against the dollar the yen at one OO eight point six two Broadcom Facebook and PayPal are among the best performers as home depot and Coles fall Broadcom meanwhile rising to a record this morning home depot just looking at the share as I said they're falling there down about five percent and Coles is down more than seventeen percent conical Phillips announcing a ten year plan to buy back thirty billion dollars of it shares a common to about half of its current market capitalization as the U. S. oil.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Business slash John Tucker the Bloomberg news or what is being Berg business flash the SNP five hundred right now headed for its second weekly drop that you have technology shares weighing on the bench mark the banks are leading some of the gains today and micron technologies that is still slumping they had the disappointing earnings last night. I also have the economic data data suggests that the US economy cooling just a bit more I guess this pulling treasures off their lows the dollar is also during its weekly advance we also have crude oil that is falling today this comes after reports that Saudi Arabia had moved to impose a partial ceasefire engagement S. and P. five hundred right down three points lower it puts down the tenth of a percent with twenty nine seventy three potential to duster leverage up nineteen points at twenty six thousand nine hundred ten but as the composite index thirty three points Florida it's down four tenths of a percent or seventy nine ninety seven ten year yields in the U. S. one point six percent relatively flat there yet again by next group that is lower down twenty five cents a barrel fifty six sixteen a breakdown sixty eight sixty two fourteen we check the markets for you every fifteen minutes during the trading day right here on Bloomberg radio I'm John Tucker that use your Bloomberg business flash. you're listening to Bloomberg markets with. it's in polls we need. radio if you're looking for an exciting roller coasters don't look at markets right now they've been.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on KTRH

"Tony dogs. he's newsradio seven fourteen C. R. H. Houston. station now the latest weather and traffic from that Katie are a studio driven by joy right dot com helping car dealers daily the mail is still making her presence felt across southeast Texas some Corey Olson at six o'clock on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. traffic and weather together peers Katy London. well a couple of accidents cleared I think he was the Barker cypress and westbound Westpark tollway in attics collodion with you anyway she now one that she would be eight said to come in down from the belt late at a meter to know we've got a vehicle to listen to the construction zone and that's because it about five it back up as I was really in down as still less of my water on that Wesley banks around for the right lane of traffic submerging over that left side I get to London to the Gulf this windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center. tropical storm MLB continues to slowly push northward through southeast Texas flash flood watch continues through seven AM Thursday morning chance for more showers and storms here tonight Thursday even on into Friday it with any storms who would have the potential for locally heavy rainfall and the potential for some additional flash flooding I'm here just can bone from the weather channel seventy eight now the clouds and showers in the gallery at the K. T. R. H. top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center six oh to our top story a flood warning was issued for Clear Creek in league city at bay area Boulevard and also in friends what FM five twenty eight until further notice all those creeks have seen significant run often or above or near flood stage with minor flooding on going anticipated meantime the search continues for fifteen year old Montgomery County girl who cell phone in off road vehicle were found in a wooded area near magnolia police a writer Cameron was last seen leaving her home around eight last night on a mule style UTV anyone info on her whereabouts is urged to call Montgomery County sheriff's office six oh two now time to check your money here's Max gains at S. T. A. wealth management. following the fed's announcement of a rate cut but to no assurances that there will be another one this year the Dow dropped over two hundred points only to bounce back from of losses wanna closing at twenty seven thousand one forty seven with a gain of thirty six points the S. and P. put one point on the board closing at three thousand six the nasdaq finished down eight points eight thousand one seventy seven gold drops ten dollars to one thousand five or three forty announce and crude oil filled our sixteen to fifty eight eighteen the barrel sign up to receive our free weekly report at S. T. A. wealth dot com Astros host the Rangers tonight pregame under way now in sports talk seven ninety first pitch at seven ten year on K. T. R. H. no more the Michael berry show I'm Corey Olson on Houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H.. radio seven forty Katy arranges activating Houston area emergency alert system stay tuned for import information. all. the station is activating the Houston area emergency alert system the National Weather Service in league city has issued a tornado warning for northwestern chambers county until six thirty PM at five fifty five PM a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located over cold or your beach city moving east at ten miles per hour this dramatic thunderstorm will remain over mainly rural areas of northwestern chambers county including location such as Wallace bill again a tornado warning for northwestern chambers county until six thirty PM this concludes activation of the Houston area emergency alert system. remember when he's breaks out we break in key to right here for the latest weather updates or live doppler seven forty weather radar any time go to K. T. R. H. dot com and click on operation stormwatch news radio seven forty K. T. R. H. is your official severe weather station it's Heidi summers health and wellness.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on KTRH

"Uses news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty KJRH. more with Jimmy Barrett and Cheryl friars this is Houston's morning news. seven ten year and Houston's war news members telling you yesterday about this young swimmer in S. Alaska who won her heat but was disqualified because of her suit your suit her sit her. cool issued suit right where the were evidently her **** cheeks were touching well here's the good news race official who dean there's some suited shifted into position the show too much for backside has been decertified. he's no longer going to be a race official and her win is been reinstated well good for her yeah I'm a still better because like she supposed to stop in the middle of winning a race indeed to adjuster swimsuit. she's wearing what she's required to wear exactly right there you go well justice has prevailed in this one seven eleven time for traffic and weather together let's get you cover the drive once again to the party standing by with that this wreck on sixty nine the southwest in bounty is between chimney rock and six ten or smack dab in the center of the roadway and traffic is backing up toward beltway eight that's at least a twenty minute drive for you you might want to hop off and use this and that as an alternate or even Brays way get yourself over to six ten and then if you're trying to travel on the inbound side forty five north freeway we had a stall bus that was back in the H. O. V. lane they're able to get that off to the shoulder now with the inbound side a six ten we have a disabled vehicle in the right lane that's going to be about a twenty minute drive one forty six trying to get out about across that friend Hartman bridge a couple lanes blocked you backed up through two twenty five I'm Julie hard in the Gulf coast for those dot com twenty four hour traffic center from Aug KJRH dot tax defenders twenty four hour weather center time to check in with meteorologist Terry Smith of the weather channel all allies of the Gulf of Mexico but we're still a few days away from figured out exactly where that system's going to go right that is correct the national hurricane center has kept a very close eye on to disturbances the one that's off the African coast is.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Very good at what we do we love working with your members help when I'm helping them out understand what loans are out there and how to structure these loans to meet their to meet their business plans and their and their goals. so as you swing force for the audience what is a small balance Lole knives I think the latter when you tell what it is. our yes it's a it's a million dollars to seven and a half million dollars hardly hardly small but in the in the world of finance that is the that is considered a small balance long. I'll never forget the first time Richards are Jim I'm sorry first time somebody told me that dell teacher you get a five million dollar loan that it is to go out and get a loan to buy a single family house or you know specially a five million feature that a one million explain why that is why did you get a larger loan there is a small alone. because there's more people interested in it and your your point about getting a a a single family loan is is good as well because I'm I'm I'm currently re financing I'm just kind of scratching my head about the amount of information that they need to give me up single family refi it's just there's more people in the big space and there's there's more interest in it and and and for years they the smaller spaces Bennett domain your your banks and there may be a couple credit companies or credit unions that would would would do some things in the in the in the smaller space but you know I have been opened it's a it's a good market for us in the in the this the smaller multi family and you know we've got a we've got a I don't know how big are servicing portfolio is but we have zero to fall that's how good your members are I mean it's just it is an incredible space to to to be in. yeah I've got a whole lot of talk on that about how I find that the the you would think that the beginner to be rescued with their actually way more interested in listening to what we have to say it or what you had to say and same thing with structuring the loans to do in a way that makes more sense instead of being overly aggressive in trying to get themselves out their alleged they can't get off of which brings me to my next question when you talk about helping them structure alone can you get a share with the audience what that means because I don't know that they actually understand that. well there's a lot of different variables you edgy now that that they could go into a long more so than than just the term you know five seven ten year type of loan but you know what kind of prepay do they do they want and for a lot of people get all is they're they're they're mismatching the long term we have what they think they're holding with with what they're holding period it so in other words you know if if you think you're going to be in and out of a loan and three or four years in other words you bought the property you've done the rehab the rants of come away you you you want to be in your gut you're gonna Stella three to four years. you've got no business getting into a ten year loan with with your maintenance as a as a prepay option it just it just makes it makes no sense even if it's the cheapest if it's the cheapest interest right you're much better off take maybe a shorter term loan has a little higher interest rate and then structuring the prepay around it so that at the end of the day when you're ready to sell you can get out of it and get out of it get out of it cheaply so is it we always make sure the first one the first questions we ask before we before we tell somebody which way to go what's your what's your business plan tell us tell us what you want to accomplish. so done what your main is that something that ninety nine percent of people like you would not understand so I'm gonna give them a real simple definition that is not one hundred percent accurate but with confusion of calculating healed made it's I think it's close enough for what we need and that is basically this with somebody lend you money over a long period of time they will they're doing you so on a business plan that they have and their business plan says I've got this money locked up this entry for this period of time and for my business model that's the lenders business model that's where we need to be now follow certain you disrupt my business model by give me back my money and I can't place it somewhere else to get the same amount of interest that I'm getting in.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"The largest small balance blender in the in the country were very good at what we do we love working with your members help them helping them out of understand what longer out there and how to structure these loans to me there to meet their business plans and their and their goals. so it's one force for the audience what is a small balance Lowell knives I think the latter when you tell what it is. yeah it's a it's a million dollars to seven and a half million dollars hardly hardly small but in the in the world of finance that is the that is considered a small balance long. never forget the first time Richards Jim I'm sorry first time somebody told me that dell teacher you get a five million dollar loan than it is to go out and get a loan to buy a single family house or you know specially a five million teacher than a one million explain why that is why did you get a larger loan there is a small alone. people interested in it and your your point about getting a a a single family loan is is good as well because I'm I'm I'm currently re financing I'm just kind of scratching my head about the amount of information that they need to give me up single family rethought its there's more people in the big space and there's there's more interest in it and and and for years they the smaller spaces bend the domain of your your banks and there may be a couple credit companies or credit unions that would would would do some things in the in the in the smaller space but you know I have been opened it's a it's a good market for us in the in the August the smaller multi family and you know we've got a we've got a I don't know how big are servicing portfolio is but we have zero the ball that's how good your members are I mean it's just it is an incredible space to to to be in. yeah I've got a whole talk on that about how I find that the the you would think that the beginner to be rescued which are actually. way more interested in listening to what we have to say it well what you have to say and same thing with structuring the loan to do in a way that makes more sense instead of being overly aggressive in trying to get themselves out their alleged they can't get off of which brings me to my next question when you talk about helping them structure alone can you got to share with the audience what that means because I don't know that they actually understand that. there's a lot of different variables and you can see now that that that go into alone and more so than than just the terminal five seven ten year type.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And about thanks Tracy Chinese state media is sticking to the party line on the you and saying the weakening is normal and stressing the benefits of some flexibility she losses breaching seven is close to a market driven results it shows the exchange rate fluctuations the people's daily says it's difficult to predict the U. N.'s poss but the P. B. O. C. is now quarter more tolerant than it was during the depreciation cycle of twenty sixteen the Los four heads of the fed reserve it jointly calling for independence for the central bank voca Alan Greenspan and the ninety nine cent Yellin pendant all that in the Wall Street journal saying the U. S. economy functions best when the fed is free of short term political pressure they also criticize recent threats to remove fed officials for political reasons the latest escalation in the trade will has pushed a key treasury recession indicated to its highest warning level since two thousand and seven ten year notes saying to one point seven three percent almost raising the search that followed president trump selection at one point they you would have thirty two basis points less than three months bills that's the most extreme kind of inversion since the lead up to the two thousand and eight financial crisis the UK will join an international mission to protection being in the Gulf as tensions rise with the run the government is encouraging allies to safeguard the strait of for moose well the AP you nations have been reluctant so if femme cooperating with the U. S. marks a shift in strategy the U. K. had.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Since January twenty seventeen we check the markets. Every fifteen minutes trucks, pretty bay on Bloomberg radio, the S and P five hundred is down two point six percent down seventy four. Dow's down two point six percent down six hundred sixty six NASDAQ is down three point four percent down. Two hundred sixty seven ten year is up seven tenths of a percent right now. Let's see what the yield two point three eight percent. Let's take a look at that. Again, the ten year is of twenty to thirty seconds yield two point three eight. And let's take a look now at the the dollar yen is one of nine fourteen euro dollar twelve thirty five forty pound dog twenty five. That's a Bloomberg business flash. I'm Greg Jarrett. This is Bloomberg markets with Lisa Abramowicz in pulse. Weenie on Bloomberg radio. What's been a wild ride for oil markets over the past twenty four hours, initially or prices were higher as tensions in the middle. East rose picked up steam with Iran and Saudi Arabia. Couldn't butting heads Saudi Arabia saying that some of its ships had been ambushed in the straits Verma's and blaming Iran. Iran denying or not coming out and confirming joining us now, John Kilduff founding partner of again capital to try and make sense of all of this John, you know, I I just want to start. Now oil prices have turned lower as trade concerns. Take the forefront, which is the dominant factor here. The tensions in the Middle East or the trade worst, potentially slowing global growth. Well, the reports in this whole incident is very unclear..

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US And Four Five Percent discussed on Garret Lewis

Garret Lewis

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

US And Four Five Percent discussed on Garret Lewis

"And US news consumer price index. Consumer inflation was up three tenths of a percent. A little higher than expected the S and P five hundred open down about eleven points. The Dow Jones industrial average is down one eight and the NASDAQ composite down thirty seven ten. Year treasury bond yield change to two point four five percent. Oil

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"seven ten year" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"US stocks are heading into the final day of the week with strong gains on the heels of a better than expected employment report, the US economy ended one hundred ninety six thousand jobs in March beating one hundred seventy five thousand that was expected wage growth expanded three point two percent for the year and the unemployment rate remained unchanged. Three point eight percent there. Also revisions higher for January and February totaling sixteen thousand jobs. Investors are tracking progress on the latest developments in trade negotiations between the US and China with more detail to come in the next four weeks at the end of the day. There is a lot of good news for the markets to digest putting to rest for now. The concern that a recession is right around the corner. Here's a look at how we open this morning. The Dow Jones is up ninety five points, the SMP up nine and the NASDAQ up twenty seven ten year. Treasury yield is at two point five two percent. Oil prices up thirty three cents a barrel and gold is up a dollar an ounce Greenberg financial group or your money. Matters. This is Natalie Fernandez on K NS t. So I blew up the clock died in Tokyo. But you know, Erica did under the bus. She goes. Coming up, ladies and gentleman. We'll tell you about the the game show that's sweeping the nation who's the real Russians and in front of the women's final four Mufid McGraw makes a fool of herself head coach of Notre Dame as well. As the news on the economy. Now, Fox News on KNX t. Fox news. I'm.

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Bloomberg, Dow And Eight Thirty Seconds discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Bloomberg, Dow And Eight Thirty Seconds discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance

"Stocks fluctuate as investors remain on edge after that periods. Rally and treasuries raised concern. The economy faced a sharp slowdown the dollars up. We look at the numbers every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg radio, the S and P five hundred is down less than ten percent down to Dow is little changed down four. And the NASDAQ is down a tenth of a percent down seven ten year is down eight thirty seconds. The yield two point three nine percent.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Seven Twenty-three is NewsRadio checks or money with Kelly brothers of Genevieve's, Burford and brothers. And their big announcement yesterday. Brought out the big stars Oprah and Reese Witherspoon. So what are we going to get with this streaming and it's not starting right away. It's not till the fall. They also came out these subscription service. And all this was greeted by kind of a yawn. Even though they came out with a new credit card in conjunction with Goldman Sachs to go along with Apple Pay which I think will Thai people to apple and I think that's none of these are are are huge transformative things, but these are all ways for apple to pull you into the apple ecosystem. And when you're in the apple ecosystem, you're spending money, whether whether you know it or not might be dripping out for for storage or for news or for or for streaming or for whatever it is. You're you're going to be spending money in the ecosystem. And that's what they're building out. You might say not to mention the fact they came out with apple arcade as well. Which is a bunch of video gaming all in one suite. Plus Uber this morning and outsing they're buying Kareem. Which is kind of the Uber of the Middle East. All those no longer can be the Uber of the Middle East. It's going to be Uber. It's based in Dubai. Thirty million users all across North Africa, the Middle East and South Asia. So big acquisition for Uber. Just before they go public next month, and they're expected to be valued somewhere around one hundred and twenty billion dollars that endeavor. Here's real time numbers as we're off to a good start on a Tuesday. Dow up to sixteen at twenty five seven thirty one NASDAQ up sixty nine or seventy seven oh seven the SNP up twenty five points oil up two percent. Gold down seven ten year. Bond yield two point four two..

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"seven ten year" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The these typically seven ten year cycles are these regular economic cycles and capitalism are really a function of how the relationship between the growth of the economy, the growth of simultaneous growth of debt and the desire of capitalist to get a return on their investment. And at the peak of of that cycle their return on investment starts coming down. And so their investment comes down and that brings about the downturn. A if correct me if I'm a impact stop me at any point if I get any of this wrong be pretty good. Okay. Be that the fed doesn't pay attention to the growing debt and doesn't have banks and things like that in their in their equations, which is why they always get blindsided by this and see that, you know, if you if you think it recession is coming get out of debt because being in cash. Prevents presents you with incredible buying opportunities like happened in two thousand eight if nothing else. So there's all that. Where do you think that we are at right now in this economic cycle, and to what extent was the the what many of us thought was going to be a recession this year short-circuited by by by Trump leaning on the fed? Well, I've described the global economy is having turned Japanese. Remember, the all song by the diapers because Japan was the first country to go onto a dead crosses second, naughty, naughty. And it did that with it hit a peak level of two hundred and twenty five percent of. And with that level of profits. Did. First of all it's a huge burden arrest repayment burden. The debt, and it also means people combo because it's too expensive to get onto the ground floor to begin with. So you have very low credit demand in the economy there or stumbles along very low levels of demand. Unlivable and whatever the banks the central Bank believes the economy's recovered and starts putting right out people stop, reducing their debt. One small that's been happening in Japan. But twenty five years and over that period of time that is finally all and. Two hundred and twenty five percent of to one hundred and sixty percent. And there's a bit of a recovery going on at that level. America's done the same thing, not artists drastically did one hundred and seventy percent of GDP in two thousand and nine hundred and fifty percents that is still a high level of profit death in America had back during the great depression. So what are you going to have his very very wakes demand. Credit demand. Canoes Lee evaporative rights, Don Rausing, then people will stop to day labor and take demand out of the economy. So I don't see another crosses coming for America. Let's say crosses for the country's what I see in America's cases, turning Japanese having a casual recovery's that disappeared. Policy rapidly. People wonder why and you bench balancing it out of stagnation potentially for decades. Wow. Is this the consequence of of new fed policies? Now. Level of profit length of time. If you go back to the beginning of the postwar period level of profit didn't America was roughly one-third of JD pay now because conventional economics says plays no role in the macro economy. They kept the dotted with I ignored it knowing that time province has gone from one to one hundred seventy percent increasing factor route five. If you know something that matters, and it gets to be five times as big you've got a problem, and that's the situation America's tend to specifically because the economics profession.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Dow Jones industrial average down a quarter percent as well down sixty six points to twenty five thousand nine hundred ninety three and the NASDAQ's down three tenths. Percent or twenty two points. Seventy five twenty seven ten year treasury is down seven thirty seconds. The yield two point six six percent. The yield on the two year two point four nine percent. Nymex crude oil is up two point one percent of a dollar sixteen fifty-six sixty six a barrel. Comex gold down a tenth of a percent on dollar forty two thirteen twenty-seven announced the euro at thirteen ninety the yen one ten point seven five, Tom and Paul Karen. Thank you so much electronics retailer best business. You would think so. But they reported very strong numbers this morning. People are still buying the electronics still like to go into the stores and browse around so best buy good quarter. They beat revenue they beat earnings this quarter. I think they gave a pretty good outlook for the next quarter to stock is up. Tom ten percent in the pre market. So let's dig into the details with Michael Michael is a senior research analyst at Wedbush securities. It joins us on the phone. So Michael what we're pretty good quarter. What are your takeaways from the quarter, actually think you guys are right? They probably eventually are going out of business. But right now, they're the last man standing and a half. Now, if you're on a sinking ship you want the best ship captain and crew that you can possibly get. And they've got it. How it gets it? So many people got this wrong, including me, how did best buy pull the rabbit out of the electron IX at. They've they've done a couple of things one one. The big thing is they've cut over a billion out of their cost structure. So, you know, big chunk of their their cost. Savings has come from. I'm sorry. Their profit growth has come from cost savings. The second thing is they've been super aggressive in buying back shares when who bears league got there. They had four hundred and seventy five million shares. They now have two hundred and seventy five million. So that drives a lot of earnings per share. He's been focusing their free cash flow on cherry purchasing. It smart. They then strategically they made a shift toward appliances. And they're picking up where you know, Sears is losing a tiny share. And they've added services which sounded really dumb to me when they did it. But if you think of best buy as the bastion of the internet incapable, and that's really who they are people who don't know how to the internet go to best buy it. They don't know how to look at TV's on online. They have to see them in person. These guys have value added service. They up sell TV's. They will come in measure, you know, in your house. They'll install the TV or the cook top. And those businesses have really been thriving for them. So Michael from fiscal twenty eleven through fiscal twenty seventeen sales on a pretty consistent downward trend. They seem to turn it around and fiscal eighteen is that just the internet. Got your term was. Capable incapable. They drive it the turnaround. It's that and it's appliances, you know, so appliances have been a big growth category for these guys. And you know, Sears shutting down a ton of stores has really helped and Sears having really bad brand. Now has really helped and where are you going to go? So these guys have done a great job with appliances. The biggest real the biggest switch for them, though, is is in home advisers and very knowledgeable sales staff on the floor, and they cross sell you stuff. They will actually talk to you. When you buy a TV about buying a programmable remote. And of course, you're up a lot. I you don't have to program the remote, they'll come to your house and do it and that drives high margin services, so they're really doing well with those categories, and that's good management. Let me get this out of the way by wholesale right now, how do you readjust after the six year run they've been on? I I haven't neutral after having a cell forever in the sixty. Five dollars price target. So they're right at my target. I would not initiate a position here. One out of businesses here. The thing the best ways allowing us sorry, Amazon's allowing them.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Engines, eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three to go back to the phones. We've got another hour and a half left, folks. Eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three to your car. We've got Jim. Let me go to Jim. Jim's conus James is calling us from Pennsylvania, James. Dan, I during the day. I'm doing. Okay. Thanks. Good eight, Dan, I've been a partner for a little over year now. And I can't thank you enough for your ministry about the opportunity to share with other, friends and -freshing. Apparent to put together, a biblical portfolio. So again, thank you. Thank you. Really appreciate it. At the end. Aching. I'm taking my our portfolio which. Lord over several companies into Konkan company company, and what I like to do is wrong with the Dan plant. I looked at the allocation model for my age. And between fifty five to sixty five. All this money is in an IRA. And currently fifty eight. And that I have is that allocation model trying to plug in the funds. And I started let me know. My thought started looking at the Bislett and then abroad. And the earth thing I looked at the yellow the. Were highlighted in yellow or blue. Start plugging in the fun and. Does that sound like the right approach to go with with? With this hour. Well, I think it definitely is the right approach. I I would just caution you when you're putting money, you know, if it's not on the list, don't buy it. So don't buy anything off the broad list only off the bye list. But I like the idea of of getting some of those foundational stocks. That's the yellow these are stocks that these are companies that are just good solid super solid, very large. You know, good. Good companies that I call them foundational stocks because it kind of companies you put in there, and you never sell them. You just you know. I feel very confident that over at seven ten year period, they're gonna do well, and they use keep them in there. So I like the idea of starting with some of those might be on the bias. I think that's a great idea. Blue our income stocks. It doesn't mean you can't add them. You certainly can the reason why they're highlighted in blue is because they for people that are using the income model, which you wouldn't use you shouldn't use which are not using. But the income asset allocation model that just kind of gives them a heads up of what to look for. So I have stocks have produced. Good dividends on the list. But they're not highlighted in blue because for one reason or another I don't consider them strong enough or consistent enough, or whatever it might be from an income perspective. So, but it's okay to have those in there because I have some like on the material. Side that industrial side that are both that are blue and foundation or the lettering might be yellow and highlighting on it is blue. It's hard to see that yellow. But that's that's fine. And I'll have a problem with that. So I think you're on the right track. Keep going slow if you need something to fill your a sector, and you don't there's nothing on the by list. Just wait it out. Don't go off the broad less. Just keep that money. You know, sit in the money market account until something shows up and then start to fill that gradually tried to work towards the next couple of years of having two or three maybe even four different companies in every sector. So with that in mind dull by if you have that five percent and energy. Don't put off five percent of your energy. Position in one stock if there's only one on the list, so just to give you some fundamentals there about that. Okay. Question. I'm here on.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"So he can move up to the dream job. I'm totally fine with that gender stand. What I'm saying? Like this next move does not need to define you. Okay. Okay. I guess I was wondering if I'm sort of cheating them, if it's not really something that I that I can see myself in five years or no, no, no, no, no. You're not cheating them. Yeah. Let's just play this out for everybody. What is the position in? What type of company is what would the role be in what type of company? Okay. So it's a completely different type of company, but a similar sort of role to an extent what now is I'm I'm gonna system to to realtors in my city, and this position is a lot of marketing and a lot of client care. That's what I'm really good at. And then this position is at the chamber of commerce. And it's I seem you would know what that is. It's coming up so late. Yeah. So there's only three positions employ positions in our city's chamber of commerce, and I applied for the one that's open and it called event event management or aren't like that. But. That you have the talent to pull it off that you've got the skill set. And you actually enjoy some of this work. Right. Absolutely. If it's anything related to marketing and creative piece I want. Okay. So let's let's now let's fast forward. How they what is it that you want to do? Let's play this five seven ten year card. Let's just have fun. I'm not going to try to walk you through the sweet spot process because I think you know, what it is. I think you know, what you wanna do. But let's take a stab. What would you love to do? If I could give it to you today. You know, if you asked me a month or two ago, I would've said I wanna be a realtor. But no like our market. Here's just been taking consistently. And just seeing the volatility there, I've got three little kids. So I'm kind of looking more at something like that. But in a different area, so something where I'm still interacting with people you will to engage in marketing and really served people well in the sales process and all of what comes into play with that. But maybe not in the real world. So I love this new this new decision if you can get this job at the chamber of commerce is a different role. It's a step up from a functionality standpoint because you're not just being an executive assistant. You are..

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"seven ten year" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:33 min | 3 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Portfolio without. Rolled-over several company into. Company company, and what I like to do is wrong with the Dan plant. I looked at the allocation model a. And between fifty five to sixty five. All this money is in an IRA. And currently fifty eight. And the question I have is looking at that allocation model I'm trying to plug in the fun. And I started let me know what my thought process started looking at the Bislett and then abroad. And the first thing I looked at the yellow the. That were highlighted in yellow finds it highlighted blue. Bugging in those funds and. Does that sound like the right approach to go with with the barrow? Well, I think it definitely is the right approach. I I would just caution you when you're putting money if it's not on the by list, don't buy it. So don't buy anything off the broad list. Only off the bye list. But I like the idea of of getting some of those foundational stocks. That's the yellow these are stocks that these are companies that are just good solid super solid. Very large. Good good companies that I call them foundational stocks because they're kind of companies you put in there, and you never sell them. You just you know, you feel very confident that over seven ten year period, they're going to do. Well, and they use keep them in there. So I like the idea starting with some of those might be on the bias. I think that's a great idea. Blue our income stocks. It doesn't mean you can't add them. You certainly can the reason why they're highlighted in blue is because they for people that are using the income model, which you wouldn't use you shouldn't use which are not using. But the income asset allocation model that just kind of gives them a heads up of what to look for. So I have stocks that produce good dividends on the list. But they're not highlighted in blue because for one reason or another I don't consider them. Strong enough or consistent enough or whatever it might be from an income perspective. So, but it's okay to have those in there because I have some like on the material side that industrial side that are both that are blue and foundation or the lettering might be yellow and highlighting on it is blue. It's hard to see that yellow. But that's that's fine. And I'll have a problem with that. So I think you're on the right track. Keep going slow if you need something to fill your sector, and there's nothing on the by list. Just wait it out. Don't go off the broad list. Just keep that money. You know, sit in the money market account until something shows up and then start to fill that gradually tried to, you know, work towards the next couple of years of having two or three maybe even four different. Companies in every sector so with that in mind dole by if you have five percent in energy don't put off five percent of your energy position in one stock. If there's only one on the list, so just to give you some fundamentals air about that. Okay. Question here on your preferred let. At eight twenty four. Sample. Doc in buy and do you have to hold the first time? So so the preferreds are primarily for income that they're for people that are using the income, and yes, you buy and you never sell them. There's only two ways that you could take a loss on your preferred is you tried you sell when it's down or they go bankrupt. That's that's it. At some point in time. They're going to get called now. Some of them have a state is called date. Doesn't mean they're getting caught on that date. They may not get caught for ten years. And they might be have a call date of next year. It's just there continuously callable you could buy today, and they could they call it tomorrow. So it really is kind of a meaningless date. But nonetheless. There continuously callable, but they may never get called. I mean, I had a preferred utility stock in my IRA som- some years ago and. It was paying significant dividend because it was old back when interest rates were high and they. Thirteen years never got called. And so all the gain. I was getting on. It was from the income was producing. But never got called the end, frankly at the price that it was paying. I wouldn't. I didn't care if it ever got callers opening never would. But. So they're not something you you're not going to sell them. You're not going to take profit on them. You're not going to sell them. You buy them. You put them in the portfolio. That's the end of it. And when they're called you'll notice you don't have many more, and you've got all the money now sitting in your money market account. So they get caught at twenty five dollars. The preferred always gets called at the par value. So if you pay twenty three and it gets called tomorrow, you're going to get twenty five if if you pay twenty six and it gets called Tamar you're going to get twenty five so twenty five dollars a share. So sometimes it's the par value fifty sometimes seventy five sometimes it's one hundred but generally most of the ones on my list are are twenty five. And you can only buy into these. If you look into taking it come out. Yeah. There's no reason to own those. There's no reason for somebody that is looking to grow their portfolio. There's no reason to do that. I just read an article this morning. The Wall Street Journal Kalkin about what's happening to prefer in Europe. And. But they were they were talking about it. Now, maybe Europe's differ. Maybe people do. So do it a lot different there? There are people. I know there's partners of ours that own because they like it because it's just kind of conservative position. There's nothing wrong with that. But I just I I I don't want anybody to expect. To make money from it in any other way. But the five percent that it's paying every year. So you can look at it say, well, you know, what I know. I'm going to get five percent every year that is true. But I I don't want to be a look at it and say because if you're if you're buying it for that reason, then you're going to tend to panic when it goes down, the nineteen dollars a share, and you're going to be thinking. Oh my gosh. I got stuck and you're going to call me. And I'm going to say, what do you have any for income, you're going and you're going to say, no. And I'm going to say well shame on you. Don't call me. You should know got it. So I'm just giving you just giving you a heads up. I'm looking out into the future. But if you buy it for income, and you say, oh my gosh. It's down to one nine dollars a share. I'm going to say who cares? You're still getting your income. And it's not gonna change because you bought it for income to supplement your income. You're taking that income every time it it. It's paid and you're making that income no matter what that share price is. And worst cases, they never call it for the next couple of years, and you're getting all this income, and it does get. Get called you're going to get twenty five. So. That's why I kinda give you the heads up on that. Yeah. Maybe. Not a good comparison. But it would be like a step better than like say a ladder CD approach. You mean for for conservative like cash you want? Well, the need that cash future say ten years. I mean, I guess it would be better. It's safer. It's never going to go down in value. So the ten years from now. You know, you're going to have your your when you're wanna get rid of it, you get to dictate when you get rid of it because you're gonna get your principle back, plus whatever interests you've earned so from that perspective. It would be better. Yes. It would be better than than preferreds preferred prefers are pain a little bit more, but ten years from now, you might still own that preferred, and it might be nineteen dollars a share. So now, you're faced with why I need the money. I'm going to have to sell it. I wouldn't want you to do that. Gotcha. Lost money in ten years. No, you wouldn't have lost money even in nineteen because for ten years you've been getting the income. So I'm just saying from from a safety perspective. The CD's would be better. Very helpful Dan feedback. Alright james. Thank you for your partnership, you art. I will. I wish you all the best. God bless. Folks,.

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"seven ten year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"seven ten year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg radio politics. The change in the dynamics and the racists Bri that exchange in money policy. Trump has been very clear they really wants to roll these regulations back power. They aren't going to give up their nuclear arsenal. Most important witness with be Gary economic experts joke way news insight and analysis from Bloomberg politics if the president veto shit. They will overriding Bloomberg government. We're talking about here is tax and Bloomberg law. This is where the lawyers are going to start earning their money. This is politics policy power and law on Bloomberg radio. Live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, I'm Amy Morris coming up this hour. President Trump plans to deliver a primetime televised address. That's tonight later this week, he'll be traveling to the Mexico border as he battles Democrats over the long, and we'll have more on economic research that shows that it is tougher to find a middle class job in the nation's cities, and I'm June Grasso. Why does supreme court turned down a case by Hollywood icon Olivia to Jalan, but first let's get a check on the markets. Here's Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett. I call her miss Meli still web. Have one hundred three getting up their stock. You're mostly higher but gave back some earlier big gains as investors balanced tech skepticism with the possibility of progress in China trade, docks dollars treasuries a steady and crude crime toward fifty dollars a barrel and expectations. The market will be tightened by OPEC's out. Powercuts? Investors wonder what will the president say the evening requested presumably to discuss the government shutdown and border security. Jane Foley at Rabobank tells Bloomberg the government shutdown is of utmost importance for continuing confidence. Taking the democrat. It's a second fifteen. The people suffering are federal workers, and the outlets. The people. This is something which could be impacting your confidence could team a competent. It has if it runs the longer. We check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day here on Bloomberg radio S and P five hundred is up one half of one percent of eleven the Dow is up seven tenths percent of a hundred fifty seven and the NASDAQ is up four tenths of a percent of twenty seven ten year is down to thirty seconds would be over two point seven zero percent..

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Dell shareholders back return to the public market

FT News

06:31 min | 3 years ago

Dell shareholders back return to the public market

"We're taking a look at sales returned to the public markets in two thousand thirteen the computer company quit the NASDAQ in a controversial twenty four billion dollar buyout. But now five years later and after a fierce fight among some key shareholders. Michael Dell's technology company is set to listen to the new York Stock Exchange are US editor of the lex column. Sajida in that talks to Amy keen about what's bringing the company back to the public market. And why some shareholders resisted the deal? So G starts with what prompted Michael Dell to take his company private just a few years ago. So dull, obviously, it was the famous stop. He c- maker Michael Dell started the company in the eighties. When he was a college student and his dorm room at Texas. It was hot company for a really long time. But say ten years ago, you know, the PC became much less important smartphones were here, the the iphone and the like, and so he ended up spending like fifteen billion dollars between twenty ten and twenty twelve trying to turn delicacy off company, a much broader tech company, the market hated that. It's down shares like twenty five percent between twenty ten and twenty twelve and around the same time he had met this guy. Egon Durban who was a private equity investor to firm called Silverlake, which is a Silicon Valley based buy out firm, which is quite prominent both in Silicon Valley and in Wall Street and doing these buyouts, and they happen to be neighbors in a Wii. And so they had the idea that they could take Dell private buy out the public shareholders, and then reinvent this company and private so through the course of twenty thirteen the announced the deal and. By the end twenty thirteen they were able to tail private at a twenty four billion dollar valuation is very controversial a bunch of shareholders protested because they thought Michael Dell was a CEO, and he knew things that no one else did. And if he's buying why should we selling? But ultimately, they're all able to push the deal through and Dell became a private company in late. Twentieth. Thirteen and so if you fast forward five years Dell is going to be coming back to the public markets. What's changed? What happened over this period? Yeah. So the whole plan was to turn around and reinvent the company, which they did very dramatically Silverlake is a private equity firm. And so they have investors who are pension funds, and sovereign wealth funds and endowments who after five seven ten years want their money back. So it's natural for companies that go private like delta to relist again. And so what they've done in the last five years is that they really did till it turn del into this like one stop shop for corporate IT department. So they bought most prominently EMC, which is a tech data vendor for sixty seven billion dollars. They offload. A divisions that didn't fit anymore, and they've turned into this company that really can go up against Cisco HP and IBM and companies like that Sajid in order for Dow to have the backing to list again this time in the new York Stock Exchange, they company needed shareholder support. Can you walk us through what led to the vote that took place on Tuesday places start with that as we have to go back to the EMC deal, which happened 2016 EMC was a sixty seven billion dollar company. Dell was big it was perhaps thirty forty billion. Maybe at the time twenty five something like that. So it was private. So we don't actually know what the valuation was. But the point is he was much bigger. And so two by all of EMC offered their shareholders to things that gave them twenty three dollars per share in cash and the gave them a piece of paper called tracking stock to track. Another company called VM ware VM where was majority owned by EMC was also listed. So eighty percent of this company that was listed was owned by EMC Dell couldn't afford to buy all that for cash. And so they said, you know, what will give you this piece? The paper called tracking stock in VM ware, and it will reflect our interest in this company VM ware, and it should trade roughly in line with with VM ware. And so this piece of tracking stock which was publicly listed or traded called deviant t was created UNC shareholders got it. And for the last two years. It has traded has gone up quite a bit. The problem is it's always triggered a sharp discount to the pure VM ware stock big del wanted to go public again. And so the way to do that was not a traditional IPO where they just go out and sell shares of Delon people by that in like an under written offering what they wanted to do was take Dell shares a private and then swap it with Devi shareholders who would get the new Dell paper and through that transaction. Dell would again be public company. The problem was how do you actually value DVD, and that has been the fight for the last six months, let's say it's been particularly contentious who are some of the key sort of people fighting. It's interesting TV. Mt. Is like this weird security. VM ware is hard to understand. So not survey. Rising Lee its biggest investors have been hedge fund. So most prominently call icon had a big stake Elliott, the very high profile hedge fund that gets in these kind of fights. Was there a bunch of other kind of brand name twins were involved in the Soza a fight really between for the last six months to throughout the terms of this reverse merger IPO between these big hedge funds, and then Silverlake sedans had the benefit over these last few years of not having to answer to the public markets not having to release quarterly earnings. How's it looking like, it's gonna trait? That's a great question. So part of the fight that's gone on with this VM ware. Tracking stock called Devi MTA has been there's really two issues around it one VM ware. Let's say one hundred and fifty dollars per share company. The tracking stock has traded say around one hundred or one hundred and five so thirty forty percent discount. So the whole of that tracking stock one want to be made whole sort of get a value that approaches at one fifty the other half of the fight in the more complicated. Fight is a big portion of this. Deal is in this del stock which is suddenly going to be public. How much is that worth since it's private there's a big disagreement on how much that is worth. The delta worth quite a bit. The hedge funds have been skeptical. And so that was really the core kind of fight that just got resolved a came up with a clever mechanism to sort that out. But if you look at the actual numbers, and where Dell's going to trade at least initially the Cordell business businesses, not going to trade at a very high multiple. And so Michael Dell who was frustrated five years ago about his valuation is probably going to be frustrated now again, and so the question is do shareholders publisher holders now mutual funds, and the like do they kind of Dopp his vision on how Dell is going to really compete in this new IT market that they've been remade. And they're right up there with Cisco, and Microsoft, and the others or is this going to be thought of as a slow growth business that has this corporate governance problem with private equity firm who still there and Michael Dell who have super voting shares? We're going to take advantage of us. So the real question is now. Hey, the public. They got this deal done our daily at the benefit of the doubt or not. All All right. right. Thank Thank you. you.

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Emerging market woes weigh on stocks, China deadline looms

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:35 min | 3 years ago

Emerging market woes weigh on stocks, China deadline looms

"It's time for Kathleen Hayes, global economics and policy editor for Bloomberg news in our Bloomberg eleven three s studio here in midtown Manhattan. I love animals too. They say animal prints are going to be in in style is season. I say what are they saying? Is it always in style? Mom, raising her, right? Always. Carol master, you raising that girl, right? All right. The bond market the bond market is not wild today. Okay. Despite prints that we're all discussing up, but there's so much going on. I think if you're you're just sitting tight. What are you waiting for come on? You've got emerging markets to decline so much though. The Bloomberg news is now writing stories about developed economies with emerging market characteristics. Italy's? This just continues and continues Argentina's supposedly is best bet to get out of its mess is this know this expert on taxes on farm exports thirty year bonds down a quarter point heels at three point seven ten year note, flat two point nine zero right in the middle of the range. Trade huge deficit big with China. Canada's is trying to negotiate this intense deal with the US trade surplus with US widens to the most since two thousand eight that's the headline on Bloomberg news Jim Bullard in town, saying something he's been saying for a while. He thinks the flat yield curve is a signal that that that may be too restrictive. He said this over and over and over again, he's a guy who says, you know, we really don't need to do much more about where we

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Facebook is testing Screen Time-like digital wellbeing features

Joel Riley

03:16 min | 3 years ago

Facebook is testing Screen Time-like digital wellbeing features

"Harvey Weinstein's attorneys are planning to ask a Manhattan judge this week to dismiss the most serious sex assault charges filed against them, lawyers are going to argue that the embattled movie mogul had an ongoing, romantic, relationship, with, one of the unnamed accusers who account prompted Weinstein's indictment on Rape charges his lawyers intend to argue that. The first degree rape charges invalid because his relationship with. An unnamed, accuser continued after the date of the alleged attack in order, to demonstrate that the relationship was consensual the lawyers want to submit, to the judges criminal, case a cache, of several dozen emails that Weinstein allegedly traded with the accuser. The emails in question allegedly sent and received through Weinstein's official company Email account so it would, be there so we'll see if that moves. Forward you feel like you spend too much time on Facebook or Instagram but you just can't tear yourself away well apparently Facebook has. A fix for that social media behemoth has made available, tools aimed at leading you better manage your time on its apps with its apps one feature shows you a dashboard that tells you how much time you've. Been on Facebook or Instagram that day another let you set daily limits for yourself just wonder for all the people that right now have hit the News button for, the fourteenth time having that information is. That, is that gonna help you I know I should be getting up but it's easy to hit the snooze getting up many of the nation's top intelligence officials. Made a surprise appearance at the White House press briefing yesterday the send the message from the podium the President. Trump and the rest of the US government. Are prepared to take on foreign elections interference including that from Russia Department of homeland security secretary cures to Nielsen set in language much stronger than the president himself as used our, democracy itself is in the crosshairs director of national, intelligence Dan Coats national security adviser John Bolton DHA secretary Nielsen FBI director Chris Wray each took turns describing how each of their agencies is working to combat the threats it was one of the first times? The agency leaders had stood side by, side to address election interference and their appearance at. The White House comes as the president has faced criticism about his handling and messaging, about election interference, Sueno to the Ohio State investigation continues, yesterday we found out there's a special panel of people and already folks have gone through and looked, at the people named There are some who are noted as great fixers people, who have been around Ohio State for a couple three decades that any time there is a problem these names or, this name will pop up and if there's a, way out that's the person that finds it Betty Montgomery is that right Betty Montgomery is listed on that former AG As a part of that as. Well so it's about six seven people. And they say the investigation will continue under their watchful eyes so we're keeping an ear out still waiting for certain entities in that to speak when they do you'll hear what. They have to say here on the WTVN, seven ten years traffic and weather we have every ten minutes on the. Tens it's from TempStar heating and.

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