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"sevenyear" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"All right now at eight four four ratio y s h o w this is the ray lucia show very much thank you welcome to the one talk show in america that helps make better money moves this hour about money talk about today talk about the markets remain overvalued according to jill miss lewinsky at a whole bunch of other people just about by every measure you get fined the markets are seemingly overvalued the next seven years gmo sevenyear forecast whether lasts your forecast wasn't spot on that's for sure we'll talk about what grantham guy jeremy grantham mayo and whatever van something or other gm oh can i remember the last guy's name von something over there i don't know mayo like the mayo clinic anyway he's he's got his forecast out and charlie below wrote about that just the other day are you investing or merely speculating with your money with these high valuations you need to know that we'll talk about that but i start today with volatility the markets are volatile they always have they always will be and it's important to understand how it's really volatility that's your worst enemy and i look back into a think advising in preparation for this morning or today in may of two thousand seventeen think adviser wrote about this in searching for alpha why volatility is an investors worst enemy and i bring this up because i want to talk about diversification and foam oh the fear of missing out coming up in just a minute but let me explain this whole thing called volatility and how it has an impact on you and why for years i have preached that the best way to win in investing is to keep from losing which is impossible it really the same should be the best way to win is to lose less when the markets are going down and if the trade off is to make less when the markets are going up well that may be fair trade off advisor had to say a recent commentary and marketwatch on the technology sector spider tell it technology.
"sevenyear" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Business and your life a lot of really good information all right now at eight four four ratio before four r a y s h o w this is the ray lucia show thank you very much thank you welcome to the one talk show in america that helps to make that money moves you on board for this hour money power man lot talk about today a lot of stuff to talk about the markets remain overvalued according to jill linski and a whole bunch of other people just about by every measure you can find the markets are seemingly overvalued the next seven years gmo's sevenyear forecast weather lasts your forecast wasn't spot on that's for sure we'll talk about what grantham it's this guy jeremy grantham mayo and whatever van something or other gm oh can never remember the last guy's name von something over there i don't know mayo like the mayo clinic anyway he's he's got his forecast out and charlie bellillo wrote about that just the other day are you investing or merely speculating with your money with these high valuations you need to know that we'll talk about that but i start today with volatility the markets are volatile they always have been they always will be and it's important to understand how it's really volatility that's your worst enemy and i look back into a think advising in preparation for this morning or today in may of two thousand seventeen think adviser wrote about this in searching for alpha why volatility is an investors worst enemy and i bring this up because i want to talk about diversification and foam oh the fear of missing out coming up in just a minute but let me explain this whole thing called volatility and how it has an impact on you and why for years i have preached that the best way to win in investing is to keep from losing which is impossible it really should be the best way to win is to lose less when the markets are going down and if the trade off is to make less when the markets are going up well that may be fair trade off advisor had to say a recent commentary and marketwatch on the technology sector spider tell it technology select sector the cf are they gets the x l k atf it's gut wrenching eighty percent drop during the tech crash of two thousand proved to be an excellent example of the effects of volatility on compounding although the fund is finally surpassed its previous high watermark it took fifteen years to get back to break even during that time xs l k had quadruple in value just to get back to its prior high now i want you to think about that one for just a moment how many people have the patience to wait out fifteen years just to get to even i contend no one people may say they do but they don't now these were technology stocks but come on admit to it we all got swept up in this excitement over the tech sector in the late nineteen ninety s and the thousand percent gains and the cisco's and the sun microsystems and they amc's and all of those cool stocks that were going straight up qualcomm many of them still exist and some of them have survived quite nicely but as an etf in totality not so good not so good to fifteen years to get back so goes the math of volatility and drawdowns and here's the example i want you to consider two portfolios both of which average ten percent over twenty years the average return ten percent over twenty years portfolio one which experienced eight percent annual volatility we'll have a cumulative return of five hundred and forty percent over that twenty year period portfolio to which average ten percent but not eight percent annual volatility but rather eighteen percent annual volatility so higher highs and lower lows but on average still ten percent instead of a five hundred and forty percent cumulative return it would have had a compound return of just four hundred percent that's a hundred and forty percent less in the bank even though two portfolios earned the same ten percent rate of return it's kind of hard to wrap your head around that but think about this for a minute if you've got one hundred grand and you'll lose twenty five percent you need a thirty three percent return just to get back to.
"sevenyear" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And now fourth of july coming up it's been called a maker break week for brexit the uk's decision to leave the european union prime minister theresa may is trying to get her squabbling ministers on board with the plan also russia's home field advantage in this year's world cup is the positive pr a win for putin before his meeting with president trump mccutchen is sending a clear message to the west you have failed to my sleekness we all sent to stage we have the world's top soccer teams here and we continue to succeed and we visit the museum of the american revolution what we're trying to do is show people that history is not settled thing these stories coming up here now the news is i live from npr news in washington i'm laurie london amid a growing trade dispute with china the trump administration is giving embattled chinese tech firms e t e a bit of a reprieve npr's giles snyder reports on a commerce department decision that at least temporarily eases trade restrictions ct is the chinese smartphone maker the us said with a sevenyear banned for allegedly violating us sanctions on iran and north korea aband from doing business with us companies was issued in april it led to fear cte would have to shutdown ct is china's second largest telecommunications equipment maker the commerce department says a ban remains in full force and effect but it's now allowing cte resume some business activities such as maintaining existing telecom that works and mobile phone sent to support security features the authorization last through august i the decision follows an agreement reached last month aimed at lifting the ban altogether but some law makers want to keep it in place on national security grounds trials snyder npr news washington republican congressman jim jordan is pushing back on accusations that he turned a blind eye to allegations of athletes being sexually abused by team doctor at ohio state university back when jordan was working there as an assistant wrestling coach the congressman spoke out on cnn while at a fourth of july event in fremont ohio we know of no abuse never heard of us if we had reported and if in fact there you know if in fact there's there's problems we want justice for the people who were victims obviously and as i said we're we're happy to talk with with the folks who are doing the investigation at least one former ohio state university wrestler says he told jordan about the abuse at the time dr richard strauss a former wrestling team physician and assistant professor of medicine died in two thousand five but the matter is under investigation the national park service's promising a spectacular fireworks display tonight over the national mall npr's elizabeth flare reports president trump and first lady melania trump are having a picnic at the white house for military families and other guests performances include american idol finalist jack's country singer sarah evans and the us air force navy and marine bands.
Stock Market Recovers After Soft Open
"Markets a look at macy's and it's blue mercury initiative think the shares of macy's have tumbled along with other retailers this year not aja stock is up more than forty four percent we're going to have details but right now let's go to charlie pellett in the bloomberg newsroom got a bloomberg business flash thank you very much facts tim fox and thank you bob every we have got the dow lower sp nasdaq they are both pushing higher snp up barely up by half a point right now twenty seven eighteen stocks clawing back from earlier declines to trade mostly higher on reduced volume as investors look past potentially rising global trade tensions the dow down twenty three points down about one tenth of one percent nasdaq up thirty one a gain of four tenths of one percent tenure down one thirty seconds yield now two point eight six percent gold is down nine tenths of one percent twelve forty to the west texas intermediate crude down three tenths of one percent seventythree ninetysix for barrel of wti industry data suggest american manufacturing gathered momentum in june and with more here's bloomberg's vinny del giudice csm factory index advanced a sixty point to one of the strongest showing since the start of the twenty first century led by a measure of pent up demand the gauge of supplier delivery scored the second highest rating in almost forty years they also show orders production and employment remains strong the ism's measure of cost of raw and other materials is close to a sevenyear high vinny del giudice bloomberg radio gold is down nine tenths of one percent twelve forty to the west texas intermediate crude down two tenths of one percent seventy three ninety eight for a barrel of wti recapping and p now lower down a point down less than one tenth of one percent i'm charlie pelletan that is a bloomberg business flash bank you very much charlie pellett you're listening to bloomberg markets.
Stocks plunge as Italy turmoil sparks fresh euro fears
"He acknowledged hacking thousands of web mail accounts over a sevenyear period his attorneys said the bar tov did not know he was working for the russian spy agency kcbs news time eleven twenty five here's tonight's watch my case at the butterfly on the other side of the world flapping a wing in creating waves wall street's waves came from political turmoil in italy and the dow fell three hundred ninety two points the nasdaq thirty seven the snp thirtyone those are losses of a half to more than one and a half percent with investors around the world roiled by the prospect of another italian election that could end up being a referendum on whether italy belongs in the euro zone another factor in the pullback that trump administration is moving ahead with plans for tariffs on chinese goods saying it will release in a few weeks a list of goods which could see up to fifty billion dollars in tariffs today was the day starbucks close to give employees antibias training the company's chairman says some shareholders have questioned the cost of the move but howard schultz says starbucks doesn't see it as.
Prison inmate kills 3 with guns of stabbed police officers in Belgium
"China this week for more talks us home prices climbed in march the snp core logic case schiller twenty city home price index rose six point eight percent in march from a year earlier the sharpest gains were in seattle las vegas and san francisco the home price index is slightly higher than the two thousand six peak before the housing market and the economy crashed data from the national association of realtors shows part of the reason prices are moving higher is the declining number of listings on an annual basis for the past three years buyers concerned about being priced out of the market by mortgage rates now hitting sevenyear highs are aggressively hunting for homes it's zero love for former tennis star boris becker deaths ap's charles day with desma reports it all ended in an exchange of gunfire gunman has killed three people including two police officers in the east belgium belgium prosecutors say the attacker had disarmed please and use their weapons in the shooting rampage the man had approached to police officers from behind carrying a knife and stabbed him several times and then shot them as well as another man in the nearby vehicle the attack was later killed by police meanwhile an official at the federal prosecutor's office has told the associated press there indications that the lead shooting could be a terror attack i'm charles de la desma hi i'm brian mckendrick store manager of your new chantilly wegmans as a new part of the chantilly community we can't wait to give you our very best with a one of a kind good jogging experience every day we're committed to helping you make great meals easy healthy and affordable with consistent low prices you can count on please join us for the grand opening of our new chantilly store on june third your next great meal delicious and done to learn more go to whiteman dot com slash chantilly ap radio news i'm ed donahue since the north korea summit was cancelled by president trump last week there's been a growing effort to get.
Apple, Footlocker and Vinny Del Giudice discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"It's five thirty on wall street good morning i'm karen moskow i'm bob moon we're just about four hours away from the opening of us trading let's get you up to date on the news you need to know what this hour heels futures and stocks in europe are higher after north korea said it remains willing to meet with the us at any time even after president donald trump cancelled june twelfth summit with kim jong hoon oil is moist post its first weekly decline in almost a month as saudi arabia and russia discuss easing global output cuts checking oil right now nymex crude oil is down one point one percent at sixty nine dollars eighty nine cents a barrel brent is down one point four percent at seventy seven dollars sixty eight cents the uk economy barely grew in the first quarter is household spending posted its weakest performance in more than three years economic growth in the uk who's left unrevised at one tenth of a percent that matched estimates german business confidence has halted a five a month slide the f o institutes gauge of business climate held at one hundred two point two in may here in the us the government issues data on factory orders for durable goods in a communist forecast in april decline of one point three percents bloomberg's benito judas reports bloomberg economics us a slowdown in aircraft orders will probably trigger a pullback in today's report outside of the transport sector though we could see some moderate gains and marched or bogus orders rose two point six percent the second consecutive solid increase also on today's agenda consumer sentiment data from the university of michigan vinny del giudice bloomberg daybreak many thank you on the earnings fron shares of gap fell almost eight percent and extended straight and comparable sales a gap branded stores fell more than estimated footlocker reports later this morning apple has won more than half a billion dollars in damages from samsung electronics in what is likely the final stages of a sevenyear global patent battle to utilities in the us midwest at finally gotten approval for their fifteen billion dollar merger great plains energy and west westar will combine next month.
"sevenyear" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Because they can pretty much fire you for whatever they want to if they think that your performance has dropped off if they think that you make too much money based on what you bring to the team if they think they've got a younger guy who makes you know the league minimum and you're a seven year vet that you make what seven sevenyear vets make so they they don't need really a code of conduct it's a subjective business and that's why i think steve kerr the head coach of the golden state warriors was asked about the nfl policy in the national anthem and he ripped the nfl and talked about you know how great the nba was because we we don't have to deal with this well i i would remind steve and i'm a big fan of his by the way i would remind him that the nba has a policy in place that mandates the players stand for the national anthem so true you don't have any of this because the league has policy a policy in place the nfl obviously does not but again i think players this year record gonna have to sort of find a balance between a do we really want to do this do we want to remain in the locker room you know when the national anthem being played we wanted to bring attention to us here's the difference nba contracts are guaranteed nfl contracts are not so nfl players have no leverage from a financial standpoint all all nfl contract says maybe with exception of a handful of quarterbacks is hey if we decide to keep you here's what we're going to pay you for this year that's the only financial leverage and nfl player has which is zero it's going to be interesting to see how this plays out in the fall we got it all stirred up again now with the the anthem and it's kind of become a hornet's nest again but we still have a couple of months now before we kick off the season i have a feeling it'll call them back down again it wasn't really a factor at the end of the season last year it is right now and then president trump jumps in again like he likes to do and made a statement that players who don't stand during the national anthem maybe shouldn't be in.
Arizona, Ceo and Ibm discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"For the sixty four gig version comes in black or blue and eight forty nine for the one hundred twenty gigabyte variant which comes in blue only in the uk and europe only the sixty four gig model is available for now and will cost seven hundred pounds and eight hundred euros respectively president trump may find z t e enforced management changes as an alternative to the current sevenyear ban on us firm supplying parts t which has affected broken z t's business members of congress accused the president of making a deal with a company that has already admitted to violating sanctions on iran trump said that us technology companies have also been hurt by april commerce department decision that prohibits them from selling components doozy t the president put the possible find number at up to one point three billion dollars but didn't give details on the legality of this move cisco's talos intelligent group says that more than half a million routers and network devices in fifty four countries have been infected with malware called vp and filter which contains kill switch for routers conceal loggins and powell words and can monitor industrial control systems vpn filter has infected routers in ukraine in particular with a spike in infections in the country on may eighth and may seventeenth the researchers say that routers from lynxes microtek net gear and teepee link are all affected and that the mauer shares many of the same codes used in known russian cyberattacks and called the attack likely statesponsored uber shutting down testing of self driving cars and era zona after one of its cars killed a pedestrian in a march accident in an internal email uber executive eric may hope for rothe at uber would be shifting its focus to pittsburgh where the company's been testing selfdriving carson's 2016 and san francisco were headquartered the company hopes to resume testing and pittsburgh this summer after all testing was grounded following the accident about two hundred employees jobs in arizona will be affected by this change finally ibm ceo ginny romney plans to create eighteen hundred jobs of the next two years in france and areas like a blockchain cloud computing and iot.
RED is partnering with Lucid to build an 8K 3D camera for the Hydrogen One phone
"On announced their jointly developed q elsie nand flash memories now available micron is now shipping it's fifty to ten i on series solid state drive based on kelsey the new flash memory stores four bits of data per memory cell providing a thirty three percent capacity boost over the three bit per cell tlc nand that's currently the ssd standard but with lower cost it also has lower right endurance and lower right performance micron is primarily marketing the fifty to ten i on ssd's as replacements for her drives google duplex the appointment maker got a lot of people talking after it was debuted at ao but it turns out microsoft has a similar product it's been testing in china at an ai event in london ceo sautin adela showed off show ice about that has five hundred million friends and more than sixteen channels for chinese users to interact via we chat and other messengers now della says quote one of the things we started doing earlier this year having full duplex conversations show is can be conversing with you and we chat and stop and call you then you can just talk using voice by the way full duplex means a conversation where both participants can speak at the same time if you are wondering how google got that name red is partnering with vr camera maker lucid on an eight k three d pro sumer camera that will work with the upcoming hydrogen one smartphone the device has to sink four k cameras that capture and convert video and images to eight k four v or dot h v files those can then be displayed in three d on the hydrogen ones holographic display and later uploaded to youtube or facebook or red zone content hub the hydrogen one will come in aluminum for twelve hundred dollars titanium for sixteen hundred dollars set to arrive the summer at verizon and at and t or directly from red sources tell the wall street journal and reuters that the us may be near a deal to lift its ban on us firms supplying parts z t e c t was given a sevenyear ban back in april that had essentially ruined perations the new deal could include china removing tariffs on.
49ers courting Richard Sherman? Looks like it; and they should be
"Six one seven seven seven nine seven 937 brad marchand it if you haven't seen at check out my twitter feed are tweeted it out your thoughts about on why why does the little ball of hate heat so much you'll look at this one and his book was talking about last hour you'll be conflicted a little bit it's a bang bang playing hockey but again marche on clearly is not going to get the benefit of the doubt when they look at it and we'll see what happens we've got that on the table we've got a nfl free agents you've got the red sox and the selfish get to those in a bit richard sherman in the news so much talk jeff howe and the boston herald writing this week that absolutely richard sherman wants to play for the patriots curiously low after all this smoke last night about sherman after the seahawks released him early and by the way if you read into it any deeper sherman went on cairo radio in seattle and thank the seahawks for not only allowing him to shop himself around but they also said they left the door open they saved eight million dollars on the cap by releasing him early and they also said if you don't get what you want out there for whatever reason or whatever level come back and we will consider resigning you here in seattle he's going to be thirty years old he's coming off of 30s altium this month he sevenyear veteran he's one of the most outspoken athletes in all sports never my football but he's also one of the best players at his position or was before he had achilles tendon surgery your thoughts about richard sherman on the possibility fim coming to foxborough not coming is that the case as in the early is are the reports he's going elsewhere while the report the latest is shorter years joe seeming anderson says there are seven teams up up to tweet and read them i know the texans were one another rams were one and others in the forty nine ers and that he went to san francisco today's they are now by all accounts and according to adam schefter if the niners like what they see physically if he clears medically they're going to offer my contract and try to work at i was doing i latest hour i always doing a guest twirl on nbc sports boston last night with michael holley.
"Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli sentenced to 7 years in prison for fraud
"At cabelascom china's accusing us president donald trump of damaging the global trading system by hiking steel and aluminum tariff while japan and south korea expressed alarm at potential economic caught china's cameras ministry said it firmly opposes trump's move it gave no indication whether beijing might make good on threats to retaliate south korea's trade minister speaking at an emergency meeting appealed to other governments to prevent a trade war trump's of the tariff hikes ordered thursday were needed to protect us national security by ensuring the survival of the country's metals producers japan's foreign minister said in a statement these measures could make a significant impact on the economic and cooperative relationship between japan and the us who are allies this year's oscars ceremony included two words that could mean real change when it comes to casting and ap p entertainment editor of schools gabril reports one hollywood stars has is going to do his part to help are a lot of people this was the first time they heard inclusion rider but now that oscar winner frances mcdormand has uttered the cry expect others to echo it like michael be jordan the costar of black panther says he will have inclusion writers in all projects done by his production company jordan says doing so will follow the lead of women and men who are taking up the fight to make hollywood more inclusive for those unfamiliar with the term an inclusion writer is a contract addendum that requires a hollywood movie or tv project to hire a diverse cast and crew a moscow's gabriel former bro martin's throw he's been sentenced to seven years in prison for fraud ap's wore levinson reports the sentence brought tears to scrawl he's eyes martin shkreli wept at his sentencing and apologize to investors i am sorry i lost your trust he said shelly dubbed the pharma bropher his smirking dismissal of critics became notorious when he jacked up the cost of a lifesaving drug the crime for which he was convicted had nothing to do with that he defrauded investors into failed hedge funds prosecutors painted him as a manipulator who conned wealthy investors shelley's defence called him a misunderstood eccentric rallies already served six months of the sevenyear sentence the judge imprisoned him early after he jokingly offered followers five thousand.
US Hiring Surge Last Month Pulls in Flood of New Workers
"Farmer abro martin straueli has been sentenced to seven years in prison for fraud martin squarely wept at his sentencing and apologize to investors i am sorry i lost your trust he said shelly dubbed the form of bropher his smirking dismissal of critics became notorious when he jacked up the cost of a lifesaving drug the crime for which he was convicted had nothing to do with that he defrauded investors into failed hedge funds prosecutors painted him as a manipulator who conned wealthy investors shelley's defence called him a misunderstood eccentric trolleys already served six months of the sevenyear sentence the judge imprisoned him early after he jokingly offered followers five thousand dollars for a lack of hillary clinton's air warren levinson new york us employers went on a hiring binge in february adding three hundred thirteen thousand jobs amid rising business confidence lifted by the trump administration's tax cuts and resilient global economy that according to the labor department news and analysis at town hall dot com i'm keith peters the nebraska supreme court says the builder of the keystone xl pipeline dozen have to reimburse attorneys who defended landowners against the company's efforts to gain access to their land decision resolves the dispute there was triggered when transcanada final them in a domain lawsuits against 71 nebraska landowners in two thousand fifteen only to drop them later amid uncertainty over whether the process used was constitutional omaha attorney david domina argued to the court in january the canada owes his law firm about three hundred fifty thousand dollars a transcanada attorney argued that there was no evidence of the land owners it signed a contract to pay specific feasted dominant his law partner a state commission approved a new pipeline route in november that decision is being appealed jeremy house reporting the chairman of a senate the oversight committee ron johnson of wisconsin is launching a review of the president's decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports more on these stories at town hall dot com uh hmm the ground has taken the do look recently people without criminal past staging daylight robberies and assaults domestic squabbles brought to the workplace endangering yorker smell.
Gunman takes hostages after shots fired at California veterans home
"In california ap reports the gunman has taken hostages at a home for veterans what are the key things we know so far melinda while they are being told that a man dressed in black and body armor and armed with what appeared to be as an automatic weapon as entered the california veterans home in youth bill california which is said to be the biggest of veterans home in the us at least three hostages that they know of right now they have heard some gun fire and no reports of injuries at this time we'll keep you updated on that story also breaking news out of san marcos the jury is handing down the sentence as we speak to the woman who wish drunk and slammed headon into a car killing a father and his unborn son and she is getting prison time trying to sort out exactly how long it is it appears she will get at least seven years in prison for driving drunk and killing the father and the unborn child correct and it looks like he's also going to get ten years probation on top of that this was the college student from texas state university who went to bring all day with friends got wasted decided to drive home and slammed into the family killing the father and the unborn child the mother survived and the mother is on the stand right now giving the victim's impact statelinked gas and i think that that is to go towards they did i think say sevenyear as per dad and so they're trying to decide now whether or not that will be served consecutively or concurrently she was charged with intoxication manslaughter in each of the deaths her act for the dad and the unborn child herat and it it appears that the jury gave her seven years in each of those deaths and they're just trying to sort out now will the sentences be served simultaneously or will she do seven in a second seven years kick sent the prosecution wants the fourteen right that you're you're right they're that's what they are pushing for they're saying that the.
"sevenyear" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Know a sevenyear one fifteen sevenyear one ten lordy villian guarantees that he wants to serve in year okay we'll put out city five years pro the five hundred one hundred what forty million guaranteed 60s 60 at least sixty he's gonna want to leave sixty garrity fifty at the lease lease half of is is toby he he's that talented and he's he's a guy that i believe attracts other he'll other free agent to the team and you have to understand when allies gone he's going to have to carry this team in oda is going to have the recognize that because win win win there's no ally he's going to have to carry a make a young quarterback great by making spectacular catches by creating separation coming out of the brakes allow these receives a lotta received can't create separation he can take a slant be just as dynamic with a twoyard fled to the house we've seen it on multiple occasions and you're gonna need that to go to bill forward you're going to need that if you want to have a great running game you're going to need a healthy motivate odell beckham because that that allows you not to have eight mailbox anything else you have run games going to suffer here fix the entire feel he controls our whole sided refill he takes two to finish with him wherever he goes if you don't have that in your line of you know have opportunity for that are going to have tough sledding and that brings me to my final point if you're making this commitment to eat lybia magai pain needs us guy but added out he needs this guy in the worst way and you have to find a way to keep this guy happy and that means listened whatever the number is right now it's going to be a hundred million guaranteed it's not going to be it's gonna be numbered that makes him the highest paid wide receiver in the game that's going to be that hard to get too so just so that'll be 18 minimal it will be 18 for the average in any way but he's gonna want bummed because salek at once again is going up so he's probably gonna warm more like twenty you're not going.
"sevenyear" Discussed on WSB-AM
"One which you've managed to be very fortunate over sevenyear period but sounds like based on the psa um you know could become a problem and and these are always hard this is kinda that individualized art of medicine issue a how much to do and i and i think you probably go beyond what we can do on the radio but but i think you have lots of different options breakers uv radiation option you still have the surgery option you an option just to do hormonal base therapy and not to necessarily yo down the road of of these kind of more aggressive and at risk interventions of right now because for a lot of people they would say with stage for epa glut a cancer that you should wait five years before you really you know embark on another major care pursuit while in you're absolutely right dived above my my question was i went ahead and joke this uh this opportunity to address the prostate cancer how important with gold markers for gold cheese and this space or uh or is at risk um be uh i will import and would that be them a uh at this point in time addressing in my prostate cancer let tell there let's go there and give our daca chance answer celenia it sounds like you've got a lot going on um it but specifically to your question about the gold markers in the space or um i i think that that's a better discussion with your radiation oncologists but that helps them but to take a step back for for the listeners of when we aim let me use radiation radiation is just energy that is applied to an organ and in this case a spy an external beam beam of radiation aimed at the prostate and the way that one of the ways that they can aim that is to have targets they put three little pieces of gold in your prostate and then when using the the uh linear accelerator now the machine that produces the be vinci it uses those gold seeds to help make sure that the radiation goes where it needs to go into the prostate and.
"sevenyear" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Never been a twenty five year period that it didn't equal i gave nine percent whatever and then just recently the professor said something about there's never been a sevenyear period um in a balanced portfolio that ever did less than four percent on average in i was old i said it used to be that i don't know if the new information is as i always trying to temper that a little bit but the historical averages in the five or six but yeah it's used to knowing that that way and all at professor knowing all that it would seem that it's counter intuitive tv didn't put it in a new widianto buckets two or three just waited long enough and you're going to get your money and it's almost uh i i will agree with you all right i uh there are individuals who are very concerned and they do not like seeing negative numbers and so i do not necessarily have a problem putting one in bucket number two for that conservative investors a person that really doesn't want to take the risk of losing principle using a fixed indexed annuity or something like that for for bucket number two the shorter side of lucky number two seven eight nine year area i do agree with the orderly that a longterm growth asset the annuity doesn't fit and annuity and bucket number three but suffer very specific situations where the enemy i'd have to make up a very tight controls for it to make sense i don't like buck i don't like annuities and i don't like variable annuities for longterm growth i don't think they work that will because of the fees inside of them i don't think for most people the the that they're i raised of the tax deferral is not an issue and on the other side the tax deferral is it doesn't cost to get that tax.
"sevenyear" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Twenty five year period that it did nikolai gate night percent whatever and then just recently the professor said something about there's never been in a sevenyear period uh in a balanced portfolio that ever did less than four percent well that was average in i that was old i said it used to be that i don't know if the new information is as i always trying to temper that a little bit but the historical averages in the five or six but yeah it's a houston know it that way and all that professor knowing all that it would seem that it's a counter intuitive peavy and put it in annuity into buckets two or three you just wait long enough and you're going to get your money and it's almost uh i will agree with you and i i uh there are individuals who are very concerned and they do not like seeing negative numbers and so i do not necessarily have a problem putting one in bucket number two for that conservative investor the person that really doesn't want to take the risk of losing principle using a fixed index annuity or something like that for for bucket number two the shorter side of bucking number two two seven eight nine year area i do agree with you ardently that a longterm growth asset the annuity doesn't fit and annuity and bucket number three except for in very specific situations where enemy i'd have to make up a very tight said it controls for it to make an sense i don't like buck i don't like annuities and i don't like variable annuities for longterm growth i don't think they work that well because of the fees inside of them i don't think the in for most people the the money's in their iras of the tax deferral is not an issue and on the other side the tax deferral is it does it the.
"sevenyear" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"That but i think that cakes already baked i i can't tell you enough how profound it was among republican among the republican in the conservative grassroots when the republicans in dc abandoned their sevenyear promise to repeal obamacare i can't tell you enough the profound effect that had on grassroots republicans and conservatives all over this country i mean my god that that is what republicans in dc have one on for seven years we're going to repeal obamacare and then they didn't do it you don't maybe there will be some republicans out there who will now get energized and jazzed because the republicans cut taxes but the flip of this is i believe the republicans have just given democrats amazing ammunition for 2018 i mean think of the camp will abe envision the campaign commercial that every democrat that that the commercial that every democrat will one nine next year can goes like this washington dc republicans made tax cuts for corporations big corporations permanent dc republicans made tax cuts for you temporary that's not right this will be the talking point i think the biggest talking point that democrats are going to carry aloft all year next year the they they they gave corporations a tax cut fine but they made they made that tax cut court a permanent but the little bitty tax cut that they gave you that's temporary that's going to expire now why would the republicans give big corporations a permanent taxcut but you little john and little joe american a temporary tax well can i know you and i know the democrats play the game right right here in and they been playing it now for ages it will only heighten next year this is all the help the wealthy and it does nothing for average middleclass americans this is what the democrats have song for years this legislation what's what's disappointing as this legislation that the republicans have passed.
"sevenyear" Discussed on Super Station 101
"That but i think that cakes already baked i i can't tell you enough how profound it was among republican among the republican and the conservative grassroots when the republicans in dc abandoned their sevenyear promise to repeal obamacare i can't tell you enough the profound effect that had on grassroots republicans and conservatives all over this country i mean my god that that is what republicans in dc have run out for seven years we're going to repeal obamacare and then they didn't do it you don't maybe there will be some republicans out there who will now get energized and jazz because the republicans cut taxes but the flip of this is i believe the republicans have just given democrats amazing ammunition for 2018 i mean think of the camp were abe envision the campaign commercial that every democrat that that the commercial that every democrat will run on next year can goes like this washington d c republicans made tax cuts for corporations big corporations permanent c republicans made tax cuts for you temporary that's not right this will be the talking point i think the biggest talking point that democrats are going to carry aloft all year next year the they they they gave corporations a taxcut fine but they made they made that tax cut court a permanent but the little bitty tax cut that they gave you that's temporary that's going to expire now why would the republicans give big corporations a permanent taxcut but you little john and little joe american a temporary tax cuts look and i know you and i know the democrats play the game right right here in and they been playing it now for ages it will only heighten next year this is all the help the wealthy and does nothing for average middleclass americans this is what the democrats have song for years this legislate what's what's disappointing is this legislation that the republicans have passed only makes it easier for democrats to continue to play that class warfare i mean my god republicans passed a bill that is a huge huge permanent tax cut two big corporations and i'm fine with that.
"sevenyear" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Your tuesday a mix of clouds and sunshine breezy and cold high forty six wednesday sunny high forty seven thursday mostly sunny heireann 55 and a low rump thirtyfour 45 degrees on peachtree street at twelve thirty six i'm mark alewine news 955 and am 750 wsb depend on it way gather intelligence in this war which is now in our backyard is to read somebody there moran arrives telling them to have the right to remain silent in entitled to legal representation under the law of war you can interrogate any unlawful any could fini enemy combatant without limitation on time time can be used as an interrogation to itself god that is senator lindsey graham who believes like me it's important at times like this not to read in international terrorist seemingly international terrorists like this would be pipebomb are in port authority at seven twenty five this morning his miranda rights allowing to lawyer up like he just was a pickpocket or bank robber eddie mccarthy joins us right now he's a contributing editor and national review his point of view is so needed at this time between the multiple investigations on the president and now we have these another terror attack in new york were used to work in 1995 he lety terrorism prosecution of sheikh omar abdel rock rochman the blind shake defendants were convicted the ninety three world trade center bombing and then we have the nine eleven bombing and then we had gitmo and now we seem to ignore it andy welcome i'm glad you want to port authority this morning yeah he when we both brian thanks so much can't say that this back in 1993 that you were as soon as you found out with these guys are up to what their objectives are you newton new york so as a target but again port authority in attacked four heard this morning what are your first thoughts legally that this sevenyear brooklyn resident i'm not sure if he's a green card holder or not seventy or brooklyn resident what would you be doing right now well you'd wanna be questioning him now i i i understand he severely injured which means i don't know if he's even if you know the reason i talk to on yet but that it at least gives you a.
"sevenyear" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Have a special council appointed and if you don't do that then you've really got an equitable application of justice you got a special council looking into the president and by the way if the very same guy who should have told us about your anymore so so shoes here's my concern met that this becomes a focussed around the clintons and the clintons may indeed be guilty as hell on this however uh i think the bigger scandal is that the fbi had done a sevenyear investigation uh they had all of this information of corruption at the highest levels and it was not brought to this committee nobody in the committee apparently was alerted a year before they s this stop china firm buying a gold mine because they were afraid that that might somehow or another when the door for a country like china to have access to who are uranium well what that what than what happened in and and how come the committee wasn't informed on this fbi investigation of seventy years or and you'll know who that implicates going at implicated bob behler and james colmey yes it does ari people who've been going after the senate and so you know that's one of the reasons frankly that bob lower have the conflict because he should have been the one indicating that this was a problem you should have brought it to the fiftieth four and by the way there are plenty of examples where the fbi brings information to the fifth year ford which secretary clinton had a role in and served on and they in fact uh i mean there was the case recently or a japanese company was looking to buy some telkom assets in the united states and the fbi i was giving regular updates and information 250 us about that transacting and that's with one of our greatest allies meanwhile you've got.
"sevenyear" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I was down there and my most recent trip was with then governor rick perry and i sat through a session where they actually gave the the statistics i have it all on video where the department of public safety they had a powerpoint presentation and a sevenyear period between two thousand and eight and 2014 over six hundred thousand crimes were committed by illegal immigrants um against texans including you know thousands of homicides in sexual crimes now i know it's a border town and also border state but i i just don't think people are aware of the magnitude of the problem nor the impact financially it has on the criminal justice system on on the medical system the healthcare damon on the educational system it guy here's call it die uh you think of the prison and then to get the cost of the victims of crime on that they offer uh and the psychological of pain that they suffer often romantic for years so these are a big cough of crime we can are not allow this to happen we're also seeing across the border incredible surge in crime hated that used to be safe now americans are afraid to even go and give it in those cities and it can cross the border and it's already beginning to our impact on on the american side of the four so we need eight the end if lawlessness ondo wall is a huge step in the right direction people are not entitled to end of this country unlawfully date years are not they should apply in a weight their timing if they don't get it and yet it they don't get it made it and then not entitled to enter unlawful at give me a break out simple is this so i i do believe that uh with support of president trump uh the good leadership we gang of department of homeland security our work at department of justice our weekend continue to flee the improvement we're down about fifty percent uh but uh an an illegal entrant short down about fifty percent we we are not satisfied we want liro we want to restore a lawful system and we're not satisfied with even half way but it does to reduce the amount of time.
"sevenyear" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"That the american people including the people of their own party overwhelmingly nominated donald trump they elected donald trump and i believe there is an expectation that they will work with this president quite frankly sean berry michael like him him immaterial but they need to work with him on behalf of the american people i just wish that more people in america understood the positive things that are actually taking place under this president i you know for example we got a great supreme court justice we have a person after his election donald trump we've now seen illegal immigration down nearly seventy percent the lowest in seventeen years and tumor competence for hyacinth who thousand mortgage applications for new homes have risen to a sevenyear high uh you have no ever we have a sevenyear low governor on food stamps has a patient every angle number that i can think of a stock market is like rocketpropelled right now we may hit twenty two thousand at the dow jones this week i mean this amazing stop in and when people michael that doesn't matter to me are you were retiree are you a person who has a pension in you better believe that stock market matters to you because it means that rather than your stock portfolio the you're going to retire on meaning nothing now it supercharged than you might be able to actually retired that what that means well you know look at for example senator flake also of arizona saying under trump the gop has lost its way given into native ism zina full we are really made me mad when i heard that because first of all blake is a never trumper he's one of those who like them passive nebraska has almost created his own cottage industry of being a contrarian to the american public who elected this president but what was even more frustrating for him to say that if you're an american america first guy and i count myself it's one of those than that makes me a nativist while i'm sorry not a nativist i considered to be a patriot who believe.
"sevenyear" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"That are actually taking place under this president i you know per example we got a great supreme court justice we have a person after his election donald trump we've now seen illegal immigration down nearly seventy percent the lowest in seventeen years and tumor competence the highest since two thousand mortgage applications for new homes have written to a sevenyear high you have we have a sevenyear low governor on food stamps has a patient every single number that i can think of a stock market it is white rocketpropelled right now we may hit twenty two thousand at the dow jones this week i mean amazing stop in and when people michael that doesn't matter to me are you a retiree are you a person who has a pension in you better believe that market matters to you because it means that rather than your stock portfolio that you're going to retire on meaning nothing now it supercharged than you might be able to actually retired that's what that means well in a look at for example senator flake also of arizona saying under trump the gop has lost its way given into native ism xenophobia i really made me mad when i heard that because first of all blake is a never trumper eat one of those who like been passive nebraska has almost created his own cottage industry of being a contrary rian to the american public who elected president but what was even more frustrating for him to say that if you're in american america first guy and i count myself as one of those than that meat makes me a native while i'm sorry not a native it i considered to be a patriot who believe that while he ought to put our country person governor we've been watching everything that's going on with north korea and now we have these reports out there that in fact north korea's capable there's icbms can now reach new york and boston and i look at this and why am i am more convinced between alqaeda isis putin and russia china iran and obviously north korea that this presidency is not going to be defined by anything other than these foreign policy crises that are emerging one thing to give me great comfort sean is that this is a president who.
"sevenyear" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC
"And on the domestic front john kelly now inherits a west wing and a perhaps unchanged donald trump we shall see with an entirely stalled out domestic agenda the failure of healthcare last week to repeal and replace obamacare to follow through on that sevenyear promise that republicans and made to voters a that was quite a spectacular failure and now there is a clear divide between republicans on capitol hill end donald trump and his allies in the white house about the way forward because donald trump was out tweeting this weekend that we had to move forward again with healthcare we can't let it go he threatened not to follow through on payments that would help people who get subsidies to help pay for their premiums uh that are on the obamacare exchanges um he also threatened to not have congress receive anymore the employer contribution a piece of their healthcare costs uh which would drive members of congress casa nobody will be sorry for that out in the country i have no doubt but in terms of congressional relations it's not clear that that is going to be the best move that the president is making but it is it is clear that the white house still wants to push forward on healthcare the president keep saying that uh mitch mcconnell should blow up the legislative rules go nuclear on legislation no more 60vote threshold only fifty one of course that has nothing to do with health care which only needed fifty one the way that the republicans were going about doing it.
"sevenyear" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom
"And the idea was that it would be a sevenyear let's say a sevenyear cd and their guarantee you get you wouldn't lose because it it's like a depositors insurance aspect would you wouldn't lose let's say more than ten percent of your money like if you put in if you put it on two thousand dollars it could only go down ninety over five years seven years and you would you would also be have the upside you'd get eighty percent of the upside the fat so you can start to see why deutsche bank acquired this bank because mirror were early on him emu's derivative types of products so what that suggested a dutch what that was it they were sell you insurance you didn't need because over six years it's highly unlikely that uh in one year two years three years yes but just unlikely that a basket of emerging market stocks would be down over a period of seven years and then it at relieving getting the upside and you had to pay taxes and to sell the securities to to get into this annual us your dividend yield and basically you're committing damage to it account so so i begin i was introduced to the idea of the use and abuse of asset allocation models toward the toward toward solving a business issue of erlich wall street innovation to generate more fees at the expense of the client yes and they're fokker we didn't wish to participate and we felt we had to leave anchor will tell me tell me about now horizon kinetic's misses the the firm that you're running now in and you know i i love to see a little bit about their here limit about your process now okay.