4 Burst results for "Sun Bell"
"sun bell" Discussed on Bet The Board
"At historical pricing for rice. They haven't topped 5 wins in a regular season in an 8 straight years. And now it's in conference USA. Now they're stepping up in class a little bit better competition in the American. Computer power rating for me projects it at 4.6. I actually, you know, you're not supposed to do this, but I still compare them. If I was setting the win total, what would I put it at? I'd probably four and a half with a heavy juice to the yonder. I mean, if I really, if you had to give me an even number, and I had to set it, I would put it at four, so I do think we got a significant edge here. Looking at the schedule favor and only three games, two of them are relatively short under a touchdown, significant underdogs double digit and 5 games. Yes, they have a lot of experience coming back. Yes, they have the almighty JT Daniels and his 17th school. What is this? This is what I would say 37 stop along the way. I mean, the guy is going to spend more time on college campuses than some of these comedy tools that go up. I'm not a fan of him, just to be honest with you. In fact, I like the kid that was fighting in the bowl game last year. I thought they could move forward with him. I don't know what they're doing at quarterback with all these different transfers on a year and year in and year out basis. So I'm going rice under 5. You know when I look at rice is schedule as well. I think the other thing that I always like to hang our hat on when we try and go through some of these wind totals. First off at 5, it takes 6 wins to beat us 5, of course, would be a refund and any essentially a free loan for the sports books. But a lot of rice is most winnable games. All come on the road. I mean, you're looking at a road trip at USF. You're looking at a road game at Charlotte late in the year that we'll see. And then home dates that I think probably provide the biggest swing. It's a week 5 and week 6 stretch. Home against ECU, home against UConn. So we'll see exactly what Mike Bloomberg and company can do. The other thing with rice, you know, this is one of the more difficult jobs in the country in terms of recruiting kids that can play at a high level and compete academically. For those folks that aren't familiar with it, rice, one of the most underrated academic schools that you're going to find, especially in this league, other than maybe navy that we know how difficult life at the service academies can be. But not an easy place despite being in Texas to bring in some of the kind of blue chip prospects you need to be able to make a difference we can smallest enrollment of any school at the FPS. I think it's like right around 3000 is all. Got it. My division three school is a shade, smaller than that, and we weren't going to go out there and be able to compete with Texas in our week one game by any stretch of the imagination. So you can understand the challenges that exist there to say the least. All right, mister Brad, that's one conference down, 22 conferences to go because we're going to get you to do every FCS conference as well. You just didn't see that on paying schedule, right? I could do it. Why not? Let's do it. Hey, if there is a man for the job, there is no doubt you may be able to do it. I probably can. And have a life and or a wife that won't want to kill me by the time college football season starts in earnest, then August 26th, but again, I say it for not only paying myself, but all the bet the board listeners thrilled to have you back on board for another outstanding college football season. I mean, the information and the time that you spend on this is unparalleled in this space. And I think all the bet the board listeners that are going to tune in for these previews. From the AAC to the Mac to the sun bell to the Big Ten, the PAC 12, and the SEC are going to be in a much better spot headed into the 2023 season than they've ever been before by you taking them under their wings. So looking forward to my good man, any final words of wisdom parting shots, things that you'd like to share before we reconvene for another conference. Well, first off, the feelings mutual and there's no other people that I'd rather be talking to than the listeners and you and pain as far as college football preview. So I really appreciate you guys for inviting me on. No, I think we took enough shots on pain. I mean, they'll become in hot and heavy on a weekly basis, but I think that that's good for an opening episode. I mean, the good thing is Brad, we're gonna have 5 or 6 of these shows that we can continue to build ammo against pain and he won't be here to defend himself. So he's gonna have a lot of things to fire back. When we do the first power 5 conference, we'll have to make sure that you and I can gang up on him as well if he wants to try and defend his honor that he feel has been tarnished in some capacity. But remember folks, you can follow Brad on Twitter at Brad power 7. Sharing plenty of great nuggets and for a lot of these leagues, there's still a ton of player movement Brad will be the first one to be able to share that with you on social media as some of these podcasts you get closer to the season, my age a little bit. I'm Todd Furman, you can follow me there. You can follow pain as well at pain insider, but most importantly, as always, at bet the board pod and sign up for the bet the board podcast and newsletter. Cardboard chats, stay green, plenty of ways to keep you guys in action. From now until toe meets leather on August 26th. Thanks for listening to bet the board. You can catch Todd and pain every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday during football season, breaking down the biggest
"sun bell" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast
"You can reach like seventy five percent of the us within a day's drive from indianapolis east and so we. We were benefiting from this We're benefiting from jus- general stability. I mean the midwest is known for being a very stable place to invest We've got higher. Cash flows than if you're investing in those hotter markets because our cap rates are relatively higher. What that means is you're buying it a relatively better value. Severe cash will invest. You're gonna get better cash flow and we're still like i said i describe seeing incredible appreciation at the level of thirty percent in over nine months. So i think there's a lot of positives in the midwest the midwest is just stoically been kind of overlooked. You hear a lot of the news about people moving to the sun bell and moving to other places like to me. That's okay. I prefer people continue to compete down those markets and disdain our little pocket up here love it love it. You also really talk about kind of the benefit or advantage of buying smaller properties versus or. Maybe it's the advantage over buying smaller properties of. Can you talk about that. Sure it looks. Small is relative so small to me is like anything under one hundred fifty units today so a lot of the properties that we've been buying And really leveraging our local relationships to go direct to seller or long-term broker relationships in some of the more local folks and again avoid the competition go directly to the source are your thirty fifty seventy unit properties Where their long term. You know mom and pop style owners right where we know. There's a clear value add Where we can come in. And we know they're under market rent immediately bring them up to market and we know there's a clear value prop there and so we've had a lot of success in these types of properties Because those are properties that the larger players mentioned the reads and everybody else. They're not going after because they all play in the two hundred unit plus space which again increases the competition that two hundred plus space so we found nice pocket below. That were again. We're clearing the of that competition. We can be a very competitive buyer. Because i'd say were were more sophisticated than the groups that are maybe ha- had ten units and now they're trying to get their first fifty or something right. We've got a solid track record and we can be very compelling buyer than environment versus again competing with the larger institutions in the world so that pocket about thirty to one hundred fifty units We've seen better value profiles or better return profiles on those investments in soviet. We've we've got this kind of sweet spot where can hear it's excellent. Well let our listeners. Now if they did reach out to you for more information if they were interested in finding out more about the investments that you have With hudson investing how can they connect with you and do they need to be an accredited investor. Yeah good question so You could reach can't redder dot com. You.
"sun bell" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Right? It's saving money on man hours. Yeah, huge savings to big companies. So from where I'm sitting, you guys have E. We've interviewed Steve Forbes the number of times it's a very well known CEOs and to the man, every one of them says, and women Says. If you want to be successful, you find uneven filling. You guys really have something that is bigger. Better, faster, Stronger and cheaper, don't you? Way believe we do? Yes, and s. So what is the next step for you guys? Because I did some diligence on you guys I mentioned last time I talked to you your revenues One of 50% during the global pandemic in 2020. How'd you manage that? So you said something really interesting. You find the need you fill it. So when the big guy's face to prove it, they started peeling back so they laid off 2020% their workforce. We went in cherry pick the best guys. They let go. Even had them come work for us, And you know it's all about customer service. No matter what you sell, unless you take care of the customer. They're not going to feel the love and want to do business with you. When the big guy's scale back It's an opportunity for us to step into their shoes and take market shit. What's up, So that's what really happened last year. So what's up for you guys going forward here because we're still in a coma, But you guys seem to be ramping up pretty well. By the way. These guys were publicly traded under the stock symbol T, R and F D. Crn FT On Of course, their website is tear onus. Fuels calm. We'll put it on our website all tweeted out to our 40. Thousands and industry were a blue flame is more prominent than a chilly night at a friend's house. I knew somehow you work with. So for us, The future is pretty bright, so we're just launching Phoenix. We just launched Miami. We're about to launch Houston. Houston's the largest global mask. Glad industrial gas industry in the world s so we got some really big markets were opening right now. Even with Cove in Arizona's benefited from Californians Moving to Arizona. Yeah, Florida's been booming with people moving from the mid Atlantic down into that state, so we're positioned across the Sun Bell. Some of the biggest fastest growing economies in the country, and we're killing it. Well, I love Listen, I want it. I want you to keep come back Only because this is where those this is one of those topics that that you just don't think about. But these, But did you think about batteries before Elon Musk came along? Not really, honestly. And I don't. I'm not saying that is a joke, either, Scott. I mean, you guys really are in this. I mean, when you think about your customers are, you know carmakers, bridge makers. You know, every construction of the world and you're changing the face of how things were done. Yeah, I love this This deal, and I would love to have you back here with Scott. Thank you so much. Appreciate. Scott Mahoney is his name because he is the CEO of.
Virus surge breaking infection records across the US
"Across the us. Lear seeing a record-breaking surge in kobe cases on thursday the us reported more than one hundred and fifty thousand new cases just a day alone. The scary thing about it is that if you look on a curve. It's just going straight up but we don't know where this curve ends. We don't know where the peak is. This could be just the very beginning of the curve. That's mine one a science reporter for the post. He's been looking into why there's been such a huge spike. In kobe cases this part of fall surge. A lot of experts were warning about getting colder. People are moving indoors but also i think there's just this pandemic fatigue people are tired of taking precautions that plays a huge role. You've got a lot more activity going on. You know back in spring. Even the summer a lot was still shut down. People were not going out there. Being more careful you've got a lot of economic activity resuming and that's gonna lead to you know more spread. I also wonder if there's personally like a fear factor here. I feel like if you think back to how he felt in april and may just felt like there was this sense of being consumed by fear of getting sick and hearing all the horror stories and that fear is there. I think that because so many of us are living our lives. It's easy to forget like well. You know it's like. I'm gonna take precautions to the best of my ability. But i'm still carrying on with my life and i wonder if that has started to edge out a little bit of the precautions. That people were taking previously totally. I think that's like a very big factor in this. It's just we're you know there's this whole all this talk of like we're learning to live with it. That like really downside of that is we really are learning to live with it in that. Just you know a thousand people dying. Every day is like a matter of fact if he told someone that you know in january like you know. In a few months we're going to have people just dying in droves day and people aren't gonna care would be unthinkable back then. So where are we seeing the most intense hot spots and outbreaks right now there are hot spots are concentrations especially in the midwest and the west. But it's everywhere this time you know. In spring it was new york and california in summer you talked about the sun bell. Texas florida georgia. But this time. It's just everywhere. The hardest hit spots though are a lot of these places. That didn't have it before. North dakota wisconsin montana. These are the last frontiers untouched by the virus. And once it's reached there it seems like is just taking off and for the places in the country that are experiencing these outbreaks for the first time. Are there particular challenges for them. That's different from something like new york where they have now had multiple experiences with going through this rise in cases. There's the problem of not having experience a lot of hospitals In new york california they have lot of that built inexperience in their. Icu's there's also this factor. That's hard to talk about but it's just politics a lot of these harder hit states right now. They're republican conservative. These are a lot of the states for the people. Listen to trump. When he said you know you could wear a mask or not wear mass. We can learn to live with this just as bad as the flu. These are kind of the key audiences for that. And so when it's hitting these states and people are not reacting to it like you might have seen in some of the democratic states that's a really potent factor as well so obviously we're seeing this very precipitous rise and the infection rates. But what are we seeing in the death rates and the number of people who are dying. The greatest thing that's happened in our fight against the virus is we've driven down the death rate and it's just the wild success that is attributed to we know more about the virus like you re think back to those times in new york. You had doctors kind of discovering Pruning people's bodies like putting them on their stomachs turning them. You have icu nurses who just know you know went to put someone on ventilator better and when not to when you do everything you can to avoid that because of the death rate that comes with that so a of this. It's just hard one experience. And that's the thing that's really worrisome. This time around. All those icu. Staff that is really specialized expertise. You can have nurses come in from other departments and try to help out but as those hospitals get stretched thinner and thinner in the icu expertise. Kind of ood evaporates death rate. There's a very good chance of it rising. And it's not some like set thing that's in stone. Once you achieve this death rate will never go up again. It changes and fluctuates. Even between states can change and fluctuate That's so interesting. I hadn't thought about that before. Because i feel like at the beginning of the pandemic so much of our conversation was are they're going to be. Nf doctors healthcare workers. What happens if some of them get sick. How is staff gonna be stretched thin just from the perspective of human bodies to throw at this problem. But now what you're seeing. Is that this improved. Death rate is only because so many of those healthcare workers actually had that experience from the last seven or eight months and that in of itself is not something that we can rely on as the problem gets larger. Yes what's going to happen this time around. Why people are so worried about this. Wave is very soon. You're gonna see all the problems that we had before starting to pile up but new ones too on top of that. So we all this time. But we never really fixed are shortages of p for all the trump administration's talk of how they were gonna take charge the really just refuse to use the powers. They had in the last few months to push companies and coordinate our country's manufacturing distribution of ppe and same thing on testing. I mean there's been a really great increase of testing. We've increased by a lot but the demand for testing is awesome increased dramatically. So there are those past problems. But you're also gonna have a shortage of expertise because last time if you remember a beacon call in third doctors and nurses that came rushing to help with the virus everywhere across the country. You can't you can't send people certain place. Everywhere is running out of doctors and nurses in icu expertise. That's something that is really concerning this time around. So if this is what we're already starting to see and we're here the middle of november. Obviously it's getting colder. More people are going to be indoors at the rest of the winter. And then there's also thanksgiving and christmas and these times of year where it feels really really difficult to just say. I'm not going to interact with anybody. How do we expect this to continue to unfold in the next couple of months. Yeah this part. I feel bad i feel like every time you invite me on the show like really tessa mystic. But there's so many things that are kind of pointing this the wrong way so you do have like the holidays coming up if you look at what happened in canadian thanksgiving which is earlier than ours. It trove infections way up there. There's a lot of worry that the same thing is going to happen with a double whammy of thanksgiving christmas. You have colder weather which makes helps the virus survive better with less humidity the pandemic fatigue which is going to increase. But there's this added thing now where there's also this political coal polarization. That is very dangerous so if you think about it. We have ten weeks until the biden inauguration during those ten weeks people are saying well. You know we're going to reset. The effort will get our ducks in a row. And we'll do it right this time. In those ten weeks you could have the infection rate. Doubling