20 Burst results for "Sixty Five Seventy Percents"
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on The Most Hated F-Word
"In the investing business mongers kind of adopted here as mnt and friend and and that admiration just means an enormous amount of money. That's a wonderful affirmation to see someone like that. But i so much. So i'm sure that's been hugely comforting but then i think there's also the fact that big giveaway all of this money to lift up other people there's much greater said to purpose and he has these really lovely children monsoon macci and when i went to india with money. Triple this book for five days. Monsoon was with us as we talk a lot. We would go to these rural schools. And i remember them talking about going to visit national counterpart tre in at his home and ashok. They'd come all of these. Kids have been coached. Basically take the exam to be indian institutes of technology which is like the munich. Equivalent of mit. And there are no interviews or anything. It's just rule intellect and so so monisha gives them one all sometimes two years of coaching through system. That set setup to take these exams and they have an extraordinary success rate. You mean overall natural successor. His last two percent but his sometimes get as high as sixty three sixty five seventy percent. Get it and it just sets up. Because then they get hide by microsoft or google companies like this and so one of the greatest alumni they ever had. It's this guy Puncture that i mentioned to. I think it's sixty something. Like four hundred. Seventy one thousand people. There is really a guy. I met him in india and then later in america and malaysian monsoon talked about visit being actual. I think his father was a tailor making one hundred dollars a month and they lived in a house. That are minimum soon told me they had the pink shallow cotton instead of front dole and their roof was made of aspects dolls. But it just put it off. He was like when it was monsoon-season whether it was just raining heavily and he just said it was odd and they didn't have a table so his mother mother and so to money should monsoon on a little stu and for money. Those trips are absolutely unforgettable. Absolutely essential to the happiness of his life. I think going to see people like ashok where they live and helping to bring them out. Apologize a wonderful thing. And i write about actual could be it in the book. Is it so academic going into one of the best. It's i go to it mumbai. Which i think is probably the hardest to get into if i remember rightly and then got hired by. Google was moved to london. Software engineer google then moved to california to work for google climbing rapidly. And so when i gave google talk i had lunch with gabon trauma guys from nobel and he was in the room and one of the first things that ashok is..
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on MarketFoolery
"It's scary but chris as you point out. It's actually reasonable it. It means that they could still lose a couple. Three five of those very important clients and not take it too much on the chin that probably rebound with the rate of customers. They're adding anyway each year in a short amount of time. So yes thank you for putting more reasonable layer on that and not running clear away from the company after. I said that second question as you mentioned. The market cap is around six and a half somewhere between six and seven billion dollars given their growth given the market they operate in. How confident are you. That indaba is a standalone public company in three years because it seems like the type of business that a larger fish could come along and make a big offer to. This is a really good question. I always think about accenture which has a market cap of two hundred six billion dollars and an enormous balance sheet. The three companies. That i've mentioned are all quite small. Globe and fm systems are slightly larger. But it wouldn't be difficult for companies like accenture to come in with a stock and cash deal and acquire any one of these Why hasn't it yet. It could be just lack of strategic fit and the fact that accenture itself is already so entrenched with Some of the same customers. They don't see the need to get distracted with a smaller acquisition. Now could there be mergers between the three companies. I've been talking about. Potentially in the future we could see one or two these outfits merge but because each of the companies that i'm talking about again to give you the names one more time. Fm systems globe int- and uva because they're all founder led companies where the initial founders still hold some type of appreciable steak most would be with this company indaba but to some degree with the other two i think that the founders are very focused on doing their own thing and pursuing their own vision. So i'm going to give you a sixty five. Seventy percent confidence interval. That'll still be public. In a few years charmer great talking to you as always thanks for being here a lot of fun. Thanks so much chris. There's always people on the program interest in stocks and they talk about the motley fool man formal recommendations for or against by yourself stocks big sodium. Here that's going to do it for this. Edition of margaret jewelry. Show is mixed by dan void. I'm chris l. Thanks for listening. See you tomorrow..
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on The ADNA presents: Know Your Narrator
"Don't hit the don't like but but and silent killer is killer spelled k. i l. l. a. just so when you guys are doing a search that's how that's how to spell but yet please please look watch videos. Hopefully pretty soon youtube will catch up. And we'll just be watching one one link and will be a pressing the button that would activate audio christian but for now we got to so check them both out and Me and stone face collectively known as the team and we're about sixty five seventy percent done with our debut album as a group so it's pretty exciting and We can't wait to present our new music to the world. And now we're we're ending this. My brain is functioning correctly again. Not frozen because of a podcast. I'm gonna try to ensure that we do something special with our album for the blind community as schooling. okay especially with the cover Cover artwork put a lot of time into everything we do so the cover art work. We spent a lot of time on each individual song is going to have cover art. Works and i'm gonna make sure to blind listener is going to understand what that cover. Art work is wherever i can insert myself and and and anything that can help the blind. You can expect that through anything that i do in my audio production is called messiah music. And i'm signed to gemstar recordings And thanks a lot for having us. Thanks to galactic push for everything they did and dumb. The future is ours. We're gonna reach for the stars now as blind people you know. The eagle has given us his site. Now so we're gonna fly great Well thanks so much stone face. Thanks to both of you joining us. This is been great. Nice right yes..
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on Medical Device Success - Your Success is Our Mission!
"Last year on virtual meetings you know how to improve virtual meetings and so when you talk about Powerpoint there are tools in powerpoint that nobody ever uses. That can really help you jump from one thing to another so that you don't flip through the slides like you would normally do if you're face to face you go. Oh i'm going to flip through these. Because they don't matter for this presentation you clicked click. What looks terrible. Virtually but actually. I have to tell you something i did. Listen that podcast and we did integrate an in our own presentation because we have we have internal presentation and we did took the advice from the person that was on your podcast which. I don't remember the name of fellow. Canadian that david we follow and we have some of the presentation and david is listening. I have to say big tank you because we it's integrated knowing our powerpoint presentation. Awesome to hear that okay. So we've got these tools. We can be more effective. Virtually and that isn't going to change going forward because healthcare executives have been interviewed. There's been surveys. And if you look at the total tally of the surveys. Something like sixty five seventy percent of healthcare executives in healthcare practitioners Healthcare professionals indicate that they like the virtual tools and they expect to continue post. So we've got to continue this anything any other recommendations you have. Is there anything you read or that you that you like international newsletters or any books that you prefer anything like that. The that you read a lot. I go everywhere but you know. There's there's a lot of information out there these days and i. I think people need to narrow down on the interest. You know we. We are part of different ecosystem. You were mentioning earlier on the financial side so we are with the red crow ecosystem in the us where to have a lot of different partners. We are part of it. There's a lot of incubators as a lot of association of there helping..
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on Native America Calling
"Received their funds from hood We've been working with them for ten or thirteen years now but People of disability from sixteen to age sixty four seven point seven percent in age range which is about thirty thousand that with us and then up of the age of sixty five seventy percent for elders disability and so housing's various very much shortage for housing on the nation what we call a disability accessible units when Navajo nation feels no one hundred homes. Five of them are supposed to be accessible for people with disabilities. But what we're finding out is they're not meeting that mandate right now but if you think about What five percent is Nha net while thorny has missile over four thousand Home so that only leaves about one hundred and sixty and then based on the population of people with disabilities people disabilities are just gonna receive housing but did a survey that whole area. We survey two thousand individuals disabilities family members and service providers and The response was that thirty eight percent of them within their last year to had no place asleep Forty eight percent of them were homeless and sixty four sixty five percent hell that they were being discriminated against so that continues to be issued or trying to address now. He's a really bad statistics. So what's of the progress that you're making towards Re reducing these numbers. I mean giving people places to sleep or one. We're currently due to Assistant from a delegate itching charles newton she finally got to sit with nha and talk about these things what can be done about it. And so we're trying to see what we can do Maybe up the number of a five percent up to eight or ten percents So there's been more accessible housing. The other thing that causes that result from that is people put nursing homes when they don't need to be there because they don't have housing or overcrowded and their families homes. And so hopefully. We're gonna get somewhere with this time We have assistance from whenever council delegates on the navajo nation..
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast
"Your yeah there's i i am and maybe maybe he gets in just as on a defensive role maybe he gets thrown in on the fourth line or something but again highly unlikely so anyways Open belsky i think he has a decent shot if i had to put a percentage on it and put maybe sixty five seventy percent. Maybe so i think. That's that's crazy. I think he doesn't really does have a chance. I'll because that's the persona jumping on him. Having a year close to what he had this year as he did last year. Well if he plays if the if the rumors were true in he really does. Continue to play. Roy hinson jason robertson. I think that definitely goes up in his likelihood of I i'm not expecting the same season he had last season. That's not happening. You just don't fit ghostly limited as it is. I don't think he's gonna stay on that line for very long. Honestly i don't think he's. He's as fast as the other guys are. I think it's going to end up being either. Hence goes on the wing and sagan takes the face offs just because hence can't do face offs which it's been getting better but still or it couldn't be added to fifty percent though or it could be kerryon of gets off of his off more slump in place way better and he takes that spot on the line so i honestly don't think that he's gonna be there for very long. I think he was good for them during last season just because of how consistent he was and he was always in the right spot. But i don't think he's going to be on that line for for a long time of the podcast now. I'm not really a hard take. That's that's decent. I mean that makes a lot of sense About alexander. Reggie love because he has an again right. He hasn't and and and again. This goes back to all the things we talked about over. You know right. After the season all the injuries we had stuff like that he was still over a point a game during the season with in the in the game which is crazy. 'cause i mean how old is he now. Is he thirty six thirty five years old. So he he's. He's definitely over the hill at this point and and this is another old guy who who could play for the russians in you know play. I dunno. i wouldn't expect them to play on the lying with With a veteran or anything but he he he could be another guy who could be veteran leadership on a really good rushing. Team man. I i don't think so but i hope so. I just showed the past. Couple of seasons that he has played with the stars just doesn't have that consistency so whenever he's really into a game he could be explosive and he can be one of the best players in the league but in getting get himself into a lot of trouble with penalties to. Yeah but you just you just don't get that every night and you get those penalties that you have to deal with. He's just a mixed bag. He's thirty five by the way he has thirty five he is. Was that a shot christian chambers shine. You know. i'm gonna laugh at you so hard if when ryan suter comes in and he's probably one of the even more steady than as lindell talk about that hot take right there at the heartache. We'll go with that okay. okay Okay anyways all right..
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"James. It's the office massively successful comedy and he was talking turned over and raised one eyebrow. Exactly talking about it as if it was completely new to him. And you just like people as it was like. What is the space jam space. My immediate family has that relationship with all media especially my mom like my dad had some understanding of the world around him. My mother lives in a world where the things that people know about our lake baudry yard and then like parliament like those are like the things that my mom parliament about parliament. Alex one and the mothership mothership is. What like my mom will. She's knows fuck all about no absolutely not. Although she has become interested in royal weddings in her and she got cable tv and became interested in royal weddings. But yeah like my mom will. My mom will tell you all about gary scheider from parliament. But she truly does like my mom took friendly with boots riley of the coup. But my mom one hundred percent has never heard of the big bang theory one hundred percent. It's so fascinating me because it has certain point one your parents become like your kids or your in laws. Become like your kids and you have to explain everything to them and they just don't know things that they should know just like basic stuff like. How do you not know that. But what happens as an adult. At a certain age your brain goes okay. Here's the deal. I can remember about seven percent shit way all of it all of this stuff that i've ever heard in my entire life acting. I can keep seventy sixty five seventy percent of my brain and it's an arbitrary number. That just is gone. And you're gonna have to remind me every like i'm too old adage number than my number number is so much lower seventy percent that is strong. Yeah the flip side of that seems generous in many things in my brain. It's something to give. I wanna i wanna make sure that i tell this story while on this episode while we're thinking of stuff we remember because one of the things happening over the pandemic is. I've been like reconnecting with a lot of people and a lot of times. What happens is like we will end up reminiscing about something and one of us will tell a story that the other one just absolutely does not remember and i realized i had. I remember like one story about every person that i know and nick. This your mind nick. This story i remember about you was when we were used to work together on a tv show and we had an incredibly central experience with a whiteboard together. Oh my you remember this. So we were on the show and we had this whiteboard. That was so shitty. It was like we you had to spray it down with so much cleaning fluid to erase anything and we were like this. We made we made them get us a new whiteboard because we were like this is just. This isn't a functional whiteboard it's essential gloss and it. It was a brand new so we didn't understand why it wasn't working. They bought off his deep two weeks before the show wraps maybe.
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on Buddhism Guide
"That is the makes mindfulness with your daily routine. So something you'll do all the time so if somebody rings you're fine is centered on stein's wide just won't show breath mind because member. I told you breath your anger into the present moment so before you answer the by breeze so now every time that five rings is time for you to bring yourself into present line if you have a house a big house. Lots of doors every time you open the door taking breath if you like to go to the free jimmy food every time you open the fridge door jacob breath the more that you marry your daily life and mind from his practices together the more time you spend in the present if you find yourself getting anxious on your emotions getting too much or you're overwhelmed door of the thinking a sin as you can't yourself doing that. Jim mindfulness practice to bring yourself back to present mind. The more you do this the more it becomes your habit remember. A habit is just the easiest path for an neurons too far in the brain. These neurons are lazy. They just wanna go to the east route so this point you always do. This is the way the door runs a gun to fire so again a new habit. We have to keep doing a making new so woke improve forest. This is the palm and so it's easy to walk down the fall but now we want to stop the new ball so after cop down all the the things that are in our way making new but once we'd made that new boss and this is by the neurons will guy and your own path will become overgrown you have that ability to rewire your brain neuro. Plasticity mode. You'll drive so the more that you marry mindfulness practices and your daily routines together. The more that you'll gain says that new place that Less distracted give be more focused. Fifty three percent is going to be stretched. Sixty five seventy percent when we're more in control than we can make good choices. When we being driven by a sub-conscious we have no chance of making a good choice and you may have done. These tends lines and ten times. He's worked for you because you're not being mindful. You'll do eleven times eleven times our fear so you need to marry mindfulness and daily routines together. You do that then. You stop rewiring. Your brain become more focused more calm more aware and more present in the moment and now i would also like to ask you that. You've been doing this practice but more than forty years and live in a monastery. You've adopted all the practices. Have you at this point. Would you say you reached sort of Bliss or just amazing feeling events that we all think most monks have bet you know constantly com that constantly at ease the free-flowing would you say you achieve that. I don't think the that's totally achievable. I mean that's another perception. People have where human beings to saying. Okay we will be more calm. It'd be more peaceful. We'll be happy because he's in a happiness but we still have emotions united calm and you wouldn't want to stop your emotions but you learn how to catch them and that's what you need to be doing. And he's catching guys emotions and dealing with on facing. You're letting them go so. Yeah the more that you do. These springs the more calm. More peace will get guns bay. The the happier you fail inside the mall contented you and the mall contented less things in a when your mind is not like that you need lots of things around you so you can start to feel happy but when you go inward and you calm yourself. Do use of meditation and branches. You find that in a calmness. So yeah you'll get if you keep doing the braxton. Keep looking at even not sitting for hours. Meditation don't even laugh. I turned the reflection practice. Learning and growing non-drug done in bronx. The more you do that more we know yourself to of guns bay and so you know all that energy that we waste on getting strengthen anxious and fame for that things that we have no control. Just imagine you take all of the energy and what good you can use. You can put back with digits area. So that's how it was that you congo south dan you become more focused more relaxed fees or but emotions will come but you'll catch them and deal with them so most of the amongst that have been doing practices three years. They'll be in that state but you know if they're not being aware that emotion could sneak for at any time and you become angry. You still have to focused minutes. Never time when you sit back and say john donne jones will be done when i take my last breath. That's not considered inside number will can be done in this body so but yet you will get that pace mess that calms anybody can will. You don't have to be amount. It isn't name that you have to leave. The daily will go and sit in the monastery. None of the best ways to be a spiritual person in the daily life and put your spirituality in your daily life together and be the best possible passing you convey. You don't need to join us. it's okay. We need people doing the work. Thank you so much. I think that wraps up pretty much all the questions i had. I mean this has been such amazing expedients learning from somebody who saw experienced with all these things. It's been wonderful for me. I'm hoping that you know people not age. Have sort of picked up some words of advice that you've given them but thank you so much for being here once again on foot. Everybody that said you can always ask any questions on his youtube channel. It's caught up with this guy. He's got the ball. Gosh drowning on spotify and once again. It's been truly amazing. I've learned so much so thank you so much for taking the time out. Thank you invited to his good fine. Thank you. This is the end of this episode. But if you'd like to listen to more of my podcasts. Go to my website. Yes she wrapped. Gay dot com. So thank you so much for listening. I remember the only person we can ever really is. I sounds for now..
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"Too fancy with it. There was a blade Duggar made in zone coverage. That was very, very good. That just kind of as that lurker in the middle of the field. That's where I, I continuously say, that's where I want to see it, right? That's where I want to see him play is in that zone. Coverage role is sort of a robber in the middle of the field instead of in man coverage, but they seemed really dead set on making him Patrick junk and making him cover Titans and man. So that's what he's going to continue to do. I guess each other things about the defensive side of the ball that I would say. Stood out for the Patriots. I do think it's an interesting conversation to have about Chase. Winovich. I wouldn't say he's done anything necessarily totally normal. About our amazing or anything like that. Flashy I practice yet, but that's certainly a spot. That is very, very difficult to come in late June game because you have judon. He's a stud you have. Who's looks like he could be a stud. You have Kyle Van Noy is a very good fit in the system and knows what he's doing. And then you also have guys like Anthony Jennings or DeSean Bower who's at an okay camp at times. There's there's a lot of bodies at that edge position and now Chase winovich is thrown into the fire. He's already behind. So I'm interested to see what happens with him. It looks to me, like he's a, we're just watching him out there at practice. He's aware of of the uphill battle. He sort of has ahead of him right now. Yeah, I think so. I mean, that group as a whole is just so loaded. I I think his best chances. How rotational do they want to be with that group. Right? And I've, I've talked about this before, where the more, you can rotate those guys in and out and kind of pick your spots where you use them, the better, it makes everybody cuz they're fresher. So, how deep do they want that rotation to go? I think that's what it comes down to forgave him. And if they want, you know, how much do they want? Matt? Judon a call Vin we playing. Cuz I think those are going to be the to, you know, guys with ice usage. Do they want to, you know, sixty-five seventy percent of them close at 80% and it's it's tough to say right now and that may very game to game but I think that, you know, that's a question. It's a good question. It's a question. We can't answer obviously until the season starts, but that question is going to kind of dictate some of those guys further down on the depth chart. So the other thing I'll mention just really quickly somebody in the chat about Chase winovich saying they should play inside linebacker. It's only been a couple of practices and she's been back but no end game. Linebacker reps, right? See that's, that's a bummer. Yeah, all Edge, but I also want to talk about the kicker's here really quickly. Interesting development going on with the kicker's continuously. I think at this point going or Dean's been solid? He hit, I believe faltering kicks here. Today. There was a, a third kick that was a little bit unclear..
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on Millennial Money
"Between that range whereas public markets. A person can really get in at any price ten dollars twenty dollars fifty dollars and so i think the the access component is going to be something you need to be comfortable with enabled to manage and a third piece that i would call out is because regulation is still moving in our favor but not there yet. Many investments are restricted to accredited investors as defined by the sec and so for folks who aren't yet accredited and aren't able to invest in some portion of the alternative investment market. They might find themselves frustrated. That they can't you know. Have as broad access as you would in the public market. But by and large. I feel that if you diversify our portfolio you focus on private credit and private equity. Broadly stated you're gonna see a really interesting portfolio balance between getting consistent passive income with much less volatility attractive asset growth over time. So if we're if we're thinking about this and it's sounding really interesting. Are there any parameters around. How much of our portfolio should be made up of alternative investments. I'm going to answer that question differently. You know be covered a couple of minutes ago. That some of the largest pension funds endowments are moving up to sixty percent of their money into the question is eventually. They're moving their money. Why aren't we right and so to me. I think some of the things we just spoke about needs to be solved for as you think about allocating more and more of your portfolio to me. Sixty forty is dead. So that's just not how i'm investing anymore. I don't think that debt yields are anywhere near remotely attractive. I you know. I can't pay for dinner on point. Five percents that's not helping me and there's too much while tell in the market and i don't necessarily disagree that the market is not going to continue to perform the way it has over twenty year cycles. But i'm just not the guy that wants to see my portfolio popping up and down up and down up and down every day on a bad day on down thousands of dollars on a good day up. I'm just not that's not the relationship. I want my money. I feel like it's a volatile matter. Try i rather have maybe not the coolest guy in the world. But i have a really good marriage the relationship and it's more consistent for man so i wanna feel the same way about my money. I have a plan. I'm going to grow it in generate passive income. It's going to be fairly consistent. Correlated to the market swings and. I know that i'm going to get access to some really great managers really great interesting and unique products like the ones who spoke rough and over time. They're gonna really build outward voglio. I think for me to get closer to like sixty five. Seventy percent do wanna see some liquidity come into the alternative markets that i think that that important point. He's got to be a party or portfolio that safer does have to be a part of your portfolio that it's valuable to you gates emergency and so we're gonna have to sell or some of these things as an as an industry if we want to get people up to you. Know those numbers for me. I'm pretty comfortable having about fifty percent of my portfolio alternatives. Now as long as i can identify healthy level of diversifications i wanna be invested across the various sectors up spoke about and i you know to me. I feel incredibly.
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on First Things First
"Move to get the milton. Albie your question. Eight in the late game situation And it's a foul situation. I think he's going to try to get it out of his hands every time and he understands that that he's not a great shooter and he knows that medicines better than that's that's something that that's a good play good basketball. Iq that knows what's who's a better frequent shooting. I just argument is that. I believe he has the confidence to go to the line. Whether you make some missing is not gonna it's not gonna be bothered by. It is not gonna lose any confidence and he doesn't mind. It doesn't mind the opportunity. Ob at that moment regardless he makes it a message that some special some special about him but obviously contain to improve he can't be perfect but like nixon out. That was a great day. Some are better place to play this game. So lebron james shack. Those guys were not great. They're not great five shoes and they messed up their career at all. So i think got us ways that right now Just giving the root again down. So what he's going to be able to make a sixty five seventy percent of time because now he has to stay with the ten second thing does he can tell you that next year this taking carry out to be such a really big. I think it'll be.
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on The Current
"It's time the time is right to unmask. And i think that Personally i feel that the masking Should continue at least in public spaces you know given that we have just come off of you know an incredibly large third ways And yes our community spreads certainly is lower but we are not at a point where we have a large proportion of the population fully vaccinated and we do have delta varian circulating in the community and these are all things that worry me So i think that you know as your Initial interviewee said it's a simple thing. So putting a mask on when you go to the grocery store or a restaurant or delhi Really is should not be a political thing it should be just a simple thing that protects everyone and i think that you know until we see fully full vaccinations at about probably closer to sixty five seventy percent then. I think that's the time when we can ease that particular restriction i think given the community spread That's low. I think you know easing other restrictions gathering. You know small gatherings those kinds of things Do make sense well. There's a big gathering about tapping into your province set. Of course being powdery stampeded as as you well know. And i was reading today. How in in some venues at the stampede. They're going to be asking for proof of vaccines vaccine passport or or they'll be supplying rapid tests on site does not give you some sort of from a public health perspective. Some sort of comfort. Yeah i mean. I think you know they have put some restrictions in i believe there are there are massing mandates in some enclosed areas. So i think that. They're trying their best to mitigate but you know it certainly is a very large venue with large numbers of people. And i think it will be very difficult to police. You know all of that. So i mean who. Who are. they going to test Who are they going to ask for vaccination status..
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"Gonna be doing what's have very sweaty manual work for for those types of things you can work wherever you want in the world with with your financial the way you've set up your financial position and your life so but you're gonna have to at some point make some sort of commitment to one of these new strategies that's going to then limit your options for a period of years while you while you pursue them and that's going to be the point with it and i think i think that's just a matter of really getting aggressive about saying. Here's i'm going to do that by. Never have all the information. But i'll have enough to make a great bet for my life sooner rather than later. Maybe ninety one hundred and eighty three courtroom. You know what less than one year Would be how i would. I think frame it like that is is i. You make a big move here because my current approach. It's not really what i want. And even if they don't work out think about it in terms of bets. Maybe that's the way to think about it. The book thinking and bets any duke is a poker player and she wrote a book called thinking and thinking about which is all about like. Hey i'm going to live my life making decisions. That i think are the right bet. I'm going to separate bet from outcome here and you can feel really good about your decision if you say. Based on the information. I had a seventy percent chance of this working out really well. It didn't work but it was the right. Bet that helps you feel better about lots of decisions you make and i. It's a big part of my day as ceo. Right is i. I make plenty of mistakes and people get very mad about some decisions. I make and disagree violently with them. But as long as i can say across the spectrum of the hundreds of bets i'll make an year di- did a good job on sixty five seventy percent of them. I'll feel good about that. But those kinds of things in house me take action very quickly on this things. What do you think what are you laughing at..
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on The Sale Ring
"A cash flowing asset so one of the questions that i would have is at at. What point does a bank determine in default to sell that note into the secondary market versus going through the foreclosure process theirself in converting that to an reo property within the bank. Still so banks generally are equipped to to Take back real estate. that's not what their forte is. so you know you'll will have some banks that will hold onto that asset performance date in taking down the legal road however banks are not very good at taking the loans through foreclosure process in from a pr perspective. It's not advantageous for them to do. So so what many banks do is they may internally charge off that asset in and then you don't have the tax benefit behind that and then since it's it's probably kicked out of the securitized of portfolio on their side than that means fannie freddie are backing that mortgage anymore. So what they'll do is they'll just try to to try to recoup some of their money by selling it into the secondary space so between what they can recoup plus. You said there may be attacked. They may be incentivized in in taxes for the loss that they take also is Does it generally balance out or are they still taking a hit at the bank level to be honest with you. I'm not as familiar with the internal mechanics in how that how that works at the bank level i primarily operate in the secondary space. So i tend. I understand that you know. I understand assets that flow through the secondary space. Much better than how're y. A bank goes about charging off that debt. But it would. It's like if you ever small business and you have accounts receivable in someone's not paying you you know. Eventually you may write off that that obligation to take tax savings. Gotcha okay. well that makes that makes sense. And now it's a little bit more clear about why properties end up in or mortgages notes end up in the secondary market. The one question that comes out of that you know and and for our listeners. I wanna make sure It sounds like that. There's there's two different things going on whenever you You mortgage a property. You take a mortgage you're signing that promissory note but then there's also the the deed of trust or the document that's tying the property to the notice collateral so when that property goes to the secondary market i assume that the collateralisation of that also travels with that as you're getting these properties back As you're getting these properties in the secondary market they're still collateralized even though it's under a deficient loan is that correct yes one hundred percent so when you buy a mortgage loan in the secondary market. You're assuming all the rights and responsibilities of the originating lender so if wells fargo originated that mortgage in they collateralized that that note with with With the property than than that whole obligation transfers to the new owner interesting and they're taking a discounted rate because obviously if they if they kept that in house and had to pursue it on their own. They can't do that for free. It's it's gonna cost them money to To continue to try to collect on that so they're willing to as you said right that off take a lesser amount and sell on the secondary market in there. It's it's just it's not that it's Just cost prohibitive for them to do that. It's it's not in their wheelhouse and they have a lot more regulation that cut hand ties them in terms of being flexible to work out terms with the homeowner so when when we purchase the mortgages in the secondary market. We're pretty much. The bank at that point in week can be as flexible because there's no securitization going on there's government sponsoring of the mortgage so we have more flexibility to work out favorable terms with the homeowner to help them stay in their home. What's generally the success. Rate if you if you had to put a percentage on that martin what's success rate of visiting with that homeowner Getting them back into a paying status at better terms in that note versus having to go through the foreclosure process. Or take that property back. Yes so in. Today's climate were about seventy eight percent of our bolio will end it alone modification now a few years back of prior to equity spikes across the country in terms of property valuation That number was more towards the sixty five seventy percent but right. Now we're seeing a lot of bars of being more willing and able to come to terms with us Because you know they just. They're they're more comfortable in their homes Based on cogan air there. Or you know there's more equity which is a a motivating factor for folks to work out terms with us to. What are you think. Stimulating that growth in that percentage of. Oh i think While the feds pump in a lotta money in tact and So there's just a lot of a lot of Free money out there circulating around. I think that's one thing. But i think there's also an emotional component in that during this pandemic people have a deeper appreciation for where they live than they did. The prior to people were fixing up their homes. They're staring at their lawns. Because they're working out of home. You know all these things are happening so You know people realize that they can afford to to not go out to dinner on a friday night or or or they can do without certain luxuries but they definitely need a home to go home to issue. Well yeah well. It makes sense i Read something oh. It's been a couple of weeks ago that said for you know. In in the history of america The average consumer the average american has more money in savings today than they've ever had historically in the country. Yeah yes. I think that's going to bode well and have people feel better to To upgrade homes and especially if they're working at home in they have children in the house for more separation. Yes we are what we just went through a pretty good i don't the economic downturn. I mean businesses shifted. This pandemic has been unprecedented because of Because it's happening today instead of back in the twenties and you know there's a lot more technology a lot more business that's not Just you know hand to hand business. it's It's we do a lot of things digitally or over the web or I want to talk a little bit. We're gonna slip away in here from the sponsor when we come back. I'd like to talk about the risk involved in note investing and also economic downturns. We'll talk a little bit more about that when we come back. Great content with martin. We'll be back in.
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on Patriots Beat
"Sony, I don't think that's not don't have the running backs discussion briefly though, because you know me, I don't want to take a running bet. Am I running back tomorrow? Okay, but but let's just look at this, honestly. Okay, one of the big advantages and this is in college football, it's a different game. That's all well, and that's one of the things that Matt Jones had last year was Najee Harris in the backfield with him. And when Bama play-action the entire defense reacted to Nagi, right? Like it was like em, all 11 dudes are coming up the field. Trying to tackle Najee Harris cuz he's Marshawn Lynch and everybody's petrified of him, right? So you do. I think because of the player-of-the-match Jones is because the the actions going to be a big part of what you're going to do. Running back, I think, is on the table, not at 46, I would lose my mind, but running back in the third or the fourth round because they do his job. Guys like Damien Harris. I think can be their version. They do have Sony Michelle but I would like to see them get another running back now because they need to with the type of offense that they were going to want to be with, Matt Joseph with Matt, you gotta stack platemakers around him in droves like he's Gotta Have Playmakers everywhere because he's just going to be a facilitator. So you have to be able to do that so long if they're good to go running, like I'm out on running back at 46. May be you know if at the under Harris felt you know you can convince me with it but so I'm not big on either the UNC vacs. Honestly, I don't know where the heck did Williams height comes from? Like he's lying to me guy. I'm lucky. I told her as a nice if he's he's a good runner will show if they're going to go running back today. And you mentioned getting The Playmakers, right? Trey, sermon at fifty-six. The running guy picked for me today. I have Trey sermon rb3. I think Trey sermon is a game-breaker. I think he's a guy that can impact the game and a 4 a.m. Eddie of different ways. I don't think the Patriots have really had a back like him in the Bill. Belichick to Curtis Martin ever played for biliar. No, no. And I'm not saying he's he paid four assists bill but not. Okay. So I'm not saying he's Curtis Martin, obviously, as far as a whole favor, but like the Patriots have always specialized, they're running backs, right? Okay. We have the early down bath, go lined up the third-down back in the guys who could do a little bit of everything. They were just kind of good at everything they weren't they were Rex burkhead's who were just solid all-around Jeff pieces tray sermons, a guy who can play sixty-five seventy percent of your stamps, a game is running back. I don't know that they've had a guy who can do that, I think sermon, that's his upside. So if they're going to go running back here on day, three months, bring me Trey sermon in. Ninety-six I like Michael Carter from UNC that that would be my guy and he's gaining well and Demeter felt it as pure Runners but Georgia Guys, I think gain well in particular can be your expert head, right..
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"Steal the game and he's been amazing and he's given us so many highlights this year but you worry about the wear and tear when it's all on one guy shoulders and that's what we're seeing now so you referenced. Jason quick from the athletic dame tells them on sunday. This is quote the worst year physically. He's endured in his entire career and abdominal injury. That happened. i think Early in the season in january both multiple times needed need bangs that he's he's had a hand injury along the way knee again like it's been it's been brutal and besides that you learn to win one way where it's like okay dame's got take it all on get guys back and you think well you should be better now but you have to settle your offense now. You've got to figure out how you're going to play with a full complement again. So i think that maybe there's some of that too but you're right chris. Look you flagged it right off. The bat defense like this team has firepower. They've always had firepower when that backwards been healthy and those guys have been together for a long time. Now they've had. I was looking back through this other. Twenty nine hundred defensive rating right now. There are twenty seven th last year sixteenth year before so at least the middle of the pack Six thousand two thousand seventeen eighteen. That was the year. They had alvarez camino evan turner. Mohawk louis davis select their wings in their front court like they just had more stout defence then and ever since they lost all those guys. It's been just stepping backward back. We're backward but before that season twenty-second nineteenth. So they had one top ten finish defense of efficiency in the last one two three four five six. Whatever years terry stotts does preach defense like. That's that's certainly. I don't think it's a terry stotts thing. I don't think they've had the personnel they do have an undersized back court they haven't had enough upfront. I i don't know where to begin their chris but defense is a huge issue. And a bigger one when you're superstar. Mvp candidate who generates all of your offense is now beat to hell. I wanna know howard what he's doing out there like daime little wants to play. He's as competitive as they get in the nba. But sometimes you have to save a star from himself and you can say well. They're trying to compete for playoff spot. You take it out of the lineup. They'll start losing their already losing their already playing poorly like this is a decision now with the benefit of hindsight i guess that they should have made two weeks ago and pulled him out of the lineup and said look. We're gonna give you three weeks off to rest all those injuries that you mentioned that he told to jason quick give that some time to heal and see if that makes you stronger for the postseason because right now he's not he's he's probably sixty five seventy percents from the games. I've watched all of his former self. And you're not beating anybody like that so it's not too late for portland. I think to do the right thing and to sit him down for an extended period of time. Now is there risking that of course you could continue to lose at eventually slipped to tenth and wind up in the plane game but or the plane tournament. But at this point resting damian lillard is really the only chance in. What is a very small pool of chances. The blazers have of doing anything in the playoffs..
"sixty five seventy percents" Discussed on Plan B Success
"Greetings everyone welcome back to another episode of plan b success. We have fits colour with us today. All the way from gainesville. Florida now fits run. Couple of fitness businesses. Fitness is one and moaning mile than other an her mission is to tack on ten plus years to your life now. She's done books. She's been out there speaking. She's been out there engaging with people and we'll find out what our journey's all about from her so they'll convince thanks for zeev. Thank you so much for having me. Awesome so in your own woods. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Yeah so. I'm fitness expert. I've been teaching for decades now around the globe and i mostly teach via mass media and corporate engagements whether as spokesperson or a corporate speaker. Yeah i have felt lift better and longer by making fitness understandable attainable and fine You know there is a difference. We're gonna talk a lot about business today. I truly believe there's a big difference between having a job and having a profession in having a job is there's no shame in that but it's something you do like landon temporarily based at temporary basis to get by pays the bills type thing and then there's a profession in it's something even vested not only time and energy but heart and soul to become elite force in your field and make a quality living matt for me meant have house have a car insurance and be able to take my kids to disney once a year or some sort of vacation summer camp those type of things. So yeah. I teach fitness on a mass scale. Most of my audiences start at a thousand people and go upwards to quite often thirty five fifty thousand in a live audience and television radio books magazine millions at a time sometimes and i have morning miles school before school walking running program. It's in four hundred schools worldwide and it's just provides students with a thirty minute window before school starts to show up walk run at their own pace there. It's called the morning but it really has nothing to do with a mile and the kids get up. Get active in because of that. They've learned better. They behave better like everybody else. Hopefully they'll live better and longer. And i also am a professional race announcer so i man start finish lines of some of the largest most prestigious running events in the entire united states so los angeles marathon philadelphia marathon. Buffalo big sur owes me. I am the voice of those races as well as the dc wonder woman batman Unserious so at least sixty five seventy percent of my weekends..
I wouldn't go near this with YOUR money
"Continues. I've seen the ETF INVESCO SOLAR THE TICKER SYMBOL IS T. A. N. I've seen this increased significantly this year it follows stocks such as soon technologies n Phase Energy and son run inc.. I'm wondering if these stocks are goodbye and if they are still good at these prices given their recent release. Given their recent increase. I will just point out. Just. A time stamp this this ETF INVESCO solar hitting a year high today. Yes do you want the short answer the long? Well, this is a friend from Calgary. So I felt Canadian I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA go along how about the medium answer? Okay. I love this question. I am a big proponent of solar I have solar on my house, which helps the power mostly electric car I'm a big fan here. I wouldn't go near this ETF if with your money Chris. So. So here is, here's the problem I off This is a this is almost a textbook example of investing in the rear view mirror or using the river mirror to govern are investing I'M GONNA since we've already talked before being recorded about a little bit of history and Black Friday I'm even another little piece of history. Okay in two thousand. Nine one thousand nine was the the the apex of the Great Tech Bubble. Okay. The Nasdaq index was I believe a up over eighty percent that year and so now you're in two thousand and I'm GonNa get a Canadian cut here Canada we are retirement accounts RSP's we tend to tell you big marketing push to fund your RSP around February. Okay. So the first two months of the year. Would you like to hazard a guess at what industry was the single greatest and it's not close the single greatest benefit Sherie of new money flowing into the market in February of two thousand. And if you said Tech. Gold Star. Most of the money that came in that year went into tech funds because they had done so well, the year before the two years before. This is easy. Money right it. Of course, the bubble popped in March of two thousand starting off touched off grinding down market from March two, thousand, October two, thousand and two that killed the Nasdaq I believe over sixty five, seventy percent over that time I, could be wrong. So the point is. This the people who are going into tech funds at that time were investing in their review. So this ETF said hitting multiyear highs today Chris. The one year performance with this fund is about one hundred and twenty percent which. Not, not, by coincidence is roughly the one year performance of the index purports to track the global. Solar. Energy. Index okay up about one hundred, twenty percent but dial out. Don't look at one year look at five years five years the performances annualized roughly. Twenty percent now, five years twenty percents still, pretty good. Right. But realize you're getting this last year, which is not one hundred twenty percent is influencing those five years. Okay. So it's probably had a bunch of flat to negative numbers in the first four and then attack one hundred and twenty percent on an annualized that and he got twenty percent dial back out even further. The ten year performance for both the index and this ETF is negative. Okay. So to put it in perspective ten years ago, Chris you and I go put ten, thousand dollars into the market you today you have about twenty four and a half thousand dollars I go ten years ago and I put ten thousand dollars into this ETF? I have roughly ten thousand dollars. Okay. So this has not been a long-term this the performance in the last year solely because people have kind of gone a little crazy chasing these solar companies now again, I mentioned I have solar install on my house. Okay and I will tell you the single biggest risk factor. You should be worried about when you put solar on your house or you look at solar as an investment. Is that you are highly dependent on the subsidy programs within the jurisdictions where these companies sell their products because frankly solar commodity invaders, nothing special Mike Panels, versus yours is about my versus yours or my racking systems or whatever. Okay. In my town. I got I get a little bit of a benefit because I put it. I do we have what's called net metering so I put some of my generating energy back into the grid I get some credit for that It's not great but it is what it is and I put it on my house because I. My background bioengineering couple of degrees. In that thing I spent a decade in practice This is kind of what I like so I took the opportunity we put on. I can tell you friends of mine before the government changed the rules to go two net metering friends of mine put solar on their house. They're getting a nice fat check every month because their system is grandfathered. Okay. It was so generous that the people who put solar in at that point in time got these generous pay offs. The government said Hey we want to stop giving generous payoffs and so they changed the rules to go two net metering I. Don't get a check every month. That's fine. It's okay. But I can tell you. Speaking. To The installer for the system when he put on my house just over a year ago, I asked him how's business and he basically said when the government changed the rules. The number of installs we did dropped by almost ninety percent. So if that happens in any of the jurisdictions where these companies, he mentioned solar edge and faith son run. These are really expensive companies on in terms of their valuation. I. Think I look Sola registrating almost seventy times free cash flow. You had best hope that wherever they are selling their products they don't change the rules because if you do that stocks go a lot cheaper
Tribal Energy: Powering Self-Determination
"For many life on an Indian reservation in is defined by hardship and struggle when treaties and laws like the Indian Removal Act signed by President Andrew Jackson in eighteen thirty four native Americans onto reservations nations. The lands they were told to resettle on often small and remote uprooted from their traditional ways of life. Native communities had to adapt their new environment without access to the services says white settlers enjoyed even today things like medical care employment and reliable. Electricity are difficult to come by many tribes like the piggeries Pueblo of New Mexico. I am governor Craig. Konczal from victories. Pablo we're located in northern New Mexico. Where about twenty seven miles south of Taus Pueblo saw so a lot of the people in pictures are fixed incomes or low incomes our job ray at the very low where isolated area where about forty five minutes? It's from any kind of a grocery store workplace jobs currently at the PUBL. Now if the lights go out or the power goes out we have no means of calling the ambulance who have no means of calling fire so these are some of the things that working in. How can we get off the grid for emergencies? Say off the grid for long term short term just keeping the lights on is a significant challenge for some tribal communities when that's made increasingly difficult by the threat threat of natural disasters in the Pacific northwest. The Spokane tribe is wrestling with the effects of climate change on its energy security. I'm Timothy Horon. I'm the Executive Director Director. The Spokane Indian Housing Authority with the Spokane tribe in North Eastern Washington Spokane tribe head Fires back to back in Twenty Fifteen fifteen in two thousand sixteen. The twentieth. Sixteen fires called the coyotes mountain fire and destroyed eighteen thousand acres and took out fourteen homes. uh-huh no one was injured. No lives were lost which was fortunate but it did come. Within a mile of the Housing Authority office and the tribal administrative the straight of center and the power line the distribution lines coming into the reservation were burnt in the fire so the tribe had no power and the power was necessary because there wasn't a backup generating system on the pump for the water. It had no independent source of water to fight the fire. I think it was a wakeup up. Call for the tribe. It certainly was for Mitt Thousand Authority because it almost took out all of our senior housing as well that it unless we were better prepared unless we had some independent systems for generating power that we were going to be at the mercy of the elements and due to climate change and the fact that our our forests are dryer. They are more susceptible to fire. We'd had a pattern of fire more than the Department of Natural Resources on the reservation said that it could remember remember. I think a century so each tribe has its own unique priorities but it can be even more complicated than that. Even within a single tribe members may be spread out across across a wide geographic area with different issues depending on where they live. My Name is Sarah sure. I am the environmental and Energy Attorney for the Forrest County. Automate community a tribe with its reservation in northern Wisconsin. And then several other pieces of trust property in both Milwaukee and Campbell sport. The tribe has a number of different challenges. One of the tribes overall goals is to be one hundred percent energy independent pendant by generating its own electricity by having its own source of energy through only renewable sources energy independence for the tribe is important for a number of reasons if we're talking about climate change for example in times of natural disaster. The traditional grid red may not be able to support all sectors of the population in areas. That are more rurally based. That's an even greater challenge because the infrastructure itself is not as developed as in more metropolitan areas so coming up with a concept that works for both the reservation in northern Wisconsin and then also the properties in Milwaukee where the tribes economic economic base is that can be challenging so having the ability to have a sovereign energy portfolio and and to be energy independent by producing your own energy gives you the opportunity to avoid and mitigate some of those natural disasters astaire's for some tribes that work with the office of Indian energy like the eastern band of Cherokee Indians. Energy Development has a direct link to their economic prosperity. I'm Joey Al I'm I'm from Cherokee North Carolina and I'm part of the eastern band of Cherokee Indians. I'm the secretary of Agriculture Natural Resources. For the tribe the energy challenges that we face are around our largest industries school school the hospital the Casino and our travel services and administrative buildings. This particular project is on secondary casino because it served by smaller utility company and West North Carolina. It's called Murphy. Electric Power Board and through this project. I learned that they are actually about sixty five. Seventy percent of the low capacity they can serve that that community and with gaming is twenty four seven three sixty five. We can't miss a second of any kind of powerless for the gaming industry. What motivates the tribe in? My view is that with the growing population. You know. The demand for electricity across residential services is going to increase we're expanding in our economy not our primary Harris Cherokee in Cherokee chair he were broken. Ground on a new things about four hundred or five hundred room hotel one hundred Thousand Square Foot Convention Center. They're also looking at expanding into an outdoor shopping area area and so the Casino represents the largest service low for the tribe and so as we're moving forward again we need to look at how can we reduce our carbon footprint and and also looking to supply our own. Some are demand so far we've heard from tribes in the contiguous United States but there are hundreds more native communities in Alaska. Many of these are located located far from any kind of infrastructure and more often than not depend on fuel flown or barged into the community for survival. My name is franny his I. I am from four Q Kahn. A village of ATHABASCA descent and we like to refer to ourselves as with Chin people bull from Grachev and four few Khan and our kitchen language means people of the flats. We're very remote village on the map of Alaska were up in the northern eastern part of the state along the Yukon River. We're actually a hub village. But we don't have any roads that you can drive out for Yukon to. We can travel on that river by vote in the summertime and bring supplies in other than that where isolated where to bring anything fresh in when we have to fly in this very expensive easiest way to set up electricity in a remote site like where we are is to bring being in a diesel operated generator. They're easy to transport they're kinda tough and they drink a lot of fuel to operate and then that brings the problem that the price is high and not only does the price get to be expensive. But we couldn't depend for to be on all the time and we didn't really have good reliable electric resources. We have to keep our water moving moving because we have extreme weather to where can get fifty below for a month. It could then warm up to maybe twenty below still still so-called at that water cannot stand still pass to always be circulating and it takes the hookup to the power plant. Keep that going wing and when our power plant was going down I thought. What can we do here what they did and what everyone we spoke to for this episode has done is reach out to the office of Indian Energy Lasana and her colleagues work with tribes native communities to identify their biggest energy needs and the best ways to address them whether that's through technical expertise education and outreach or financial support
LSU, Ohio State, Clemson and Oklahoma chosen for College Football Playoff
"Ready Scott operation football on ESPN radio and ESPN app and it's showing some sunshine here odd to major storyline of the moment it is on raveling on unveiling right now over on ESPN in the college football playoff selection show presented by A. T. and T. as we have our top four in the college football playoff we have are for me we have our our playoff we have a detailed issue against Oklahoma in the first round I and eight is Ohio state and Clemson rather in the other national semi final are we save it bread out are we safe to go in the side and where these are going to go because I understand body that there is a sort of a right of first refusal for the tops I think they put him up there now and so I think it is official the number once he gets a choice this was how it shook out here with a house he being to have to play clubs in but location I don't think really matters a lot yeah of the one that I think for a higher status they didn't necessarily want to have to play and I wish you would Georgia Clemson in Atlanta yeah because that's when you start breaking down I mean where you'll be playing that would be almost like a pseudo home game for most the SEC or an ACC team so now you're gonna have Alice you in Oklahoma I wish you obviously choosing to play in the semifinal the chick fillet peach bowl Ohio state that is getting the love the second choice the other option of going out west to play the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl against Clemson which is an area that they've got a lot of success many people probably an associate Ohio state obviously with the west coast yeah but they have a massive alumni base out there and it'll probably be a sixty five seventy percent