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 Biden's strategy to end hunger in US includes more benefits

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Biden's strategy to end hunger in US includes more benefits

"The Biden administration is laying out its strategy for meeting an ambitious goal ending hunger in the U.S. by 2030 The plan includes boosting monthly benefits that help low income Americans buy food and highlights the need for access to healthier food and exercise This week President Biden will host The White House's first hunger nutrition and health conference in more than 50 years The last one under president Nixon aimed to end American hunger for all time and led to a greatly expanded food stamps program and helped for babies But cuts to federal programs and other changes have led to declines in access to food The FDA says about 10% of American households suffered food insecurity last

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Confessions of a Former KGB Spy

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last week

Confessions of a Former KGB Spy

"I'm really fascinated by this, so you became a bike messenger as an act of KGB agent. Were you in daily weekly or monthly contact with what you call your handler? No, no. First of all, that was there was a hard prohibition. Illegals like me were not allowed to meet with the another KGB agent in the country where they operate, then how are you, how are you handled? Communication I got I got a shortwave transmission encrypted, Morse code. And I used secret writing with regular letters. So dissolvable anchor, whatever it might or invisible link. Well, yeah, invisible ink had said it was sort of contact paper that had just a trace of a chemical on it. And if you didn't know what you were looking for, you wouldn't find it. That was that was very subtle. Yes, very subtle. And then when it was invisible and it had to be developed. So what kind of things would you be communicating about? I mean, you're a bike messenger. It's not like they stationed you at a nuclear power plant, right? No. The two and a half years, I did the messenger work. I wasn't capable of getting to know people that were of interest. It just didn't work. So I don't think I even had a girlfriend at that time. So I had to be, I had to be very careful, easing my way into American society because in Moscow, they couldn't teach you how to be an American.

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The Fed Just Raised Interest Rates by Another 0.75%

The Dan Bongino Show

00:54 sec | Last week

The Fed Just Raised Interest Rates by Another 0.75%

"So news folks the live radio show we've got some live news for the rate hike apparently just came out three quarters of a point by the fed That's in line with what they expected I wonder what the market's doing right now Oh the market that fed raises rate by another three quarters of a percentage point It's weird The market went down a little bit You would think the market would jump because it was in line with expectations There were some people saying it would jump by an entire point That obviously matters a lot because we're a borrowing base society All of our major purchases most of them through most people whether it's cars or whether it's a home they're on borrowed money So if the interest rates go up in the economy by simple arithmetic the monthly payment you pay to pay back that either 30 year or 5 year or 7 year loan for your car 6 year or whatever it may be that monthly payment goes up

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Kyle Mills on New Vince Flynn/Mitch Rapp Thriller 'Oath of Loyalty'

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:24 min | Last week

Kyle Mills on New Vince Flynn/Mitch Rapp Thriller 'Oath of Loyalty'

"Call mills, let's start about with placement. I always talk to my thriller writers about where they begin and where they Uganda and South Africa play big roles here. It's South Africa is familiar to Mitch rap readers. Why you ganda? Why are we in Uganda at the beginning? This is where one of the characters lives. And I like the idea of it because it's really off the map in a sense of if you really wanted to get away from everything and get away from any threats to you. That's a nice place to be because there aren't very many agencies that have a lot of capability there. It's a little more chaotic. The other thing you have to think about now when I'm writing is cameras, you know, it's extremely difficult to operate somewhere like London or Beijing or many countries Saudi Arabia that you're not constantly on camera and being analyzed by AI. Yeah, and what's interesting is when Mitch goes back to his house for the first time, he doesn't even trust his own personal network security, even if it's built into the walls. He has to have a bunco hole. He's got to be able to get away from his own house, even though he's built fortress Mitch rap. But that is, I think, a good caution to everyone. Did you talk to security experts about this? Oh, yeah. Well, the time. Yeah. It's hard to keep up with because the technology just moves among almost monthly. The capabilities of it.

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Biden touts inflation reduction law despite sobering report

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden touts inflation reduction law despite sobering report

"President Biden is touting last month's passage of a bill he says will lower inflation even as a new government report shows how hard it may be to bring surging prices down near pre-pandemic levels Inflation last month rose at an 8.3% annual clip The second straight monthly drop but still far higher than the Federal Reserve's 2% annual target as stocks fell sharply This bill cut cost for families Help reduce inflation at the kitchen table The president celebrated what's called the inflation reduction act though it's actual impact on inflation is expected to be moderate at best Shortly before he gathered a big crowd on the south lawn to celebrate passage They may be taking a victory lap at The White House but I can tell you one thing the American people are not Number two Senate Republican John thune said there is no victory with Americans struggling amid high prices Sagar Meghani Washington

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Fewer Americans file for jobless benefits last week

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Fewer Americans file for jobless benefits last week

"Parts of the U.S. economy continue weakening but the jobs market keep shining Jobless benefits claims fell last week earlier this week the government reported a rise in the number of open jobs in July after three straight monthly drops 11.2 million or on average nearly two openings for every unemployed person That's a sign employers are still urgently looking for workers amid a weakening economy and high inflation Analysts expect the government to announce tomorrow that the economy added about 300,000 jobs last month after adding more than a half million in July Sagar Meghani Washington

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US consumers more confident in August as gas prices dip

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

US consumers more confident in August as gas prices dip

"U.S. consumer confidence rose in August for the first time in four months The conference board says its consumer confidence index rose nearly 8 points from July after three straight monthly drops The jump came as gas prices fell triple a says the average price for a gallon is now down to three 85 after rising above $5 a gallon in mid June Inflation is also moderating but remains high as the Federal Reserve boosts interest rates in a bid to ease inflation It's getting some disappointing news from the government Which says the number of open jobs rose in July as part of the inflation fight the fed's been hoping to cool hiring without causing higher unemployment Sagar Meghani Washington

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Democrats and the Student Loan Giveaway

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:13 min | Last month

Democrats and the Student Loan Giveaway

"The Biden administration student alone debt cancellation plan may cost more than $1 trillion according to the analysis from the University of Pennsylvania's Penn Wharton budget model. The largest potential cost driver ped Wharton identified is the Biden administration's new income driven, repayment plan, which includes capping monthly student loan payments at 5% of a borrower's discretionary income. And reforming the repayment guidelines to guarantee that no borrower who makes quote about the annual equivalent of a $15 minimum wage will have to make monthly loan payments. That cancellation alone will cost the United States up to $519 billion. Wharton found in an analysis published Friday. Loan forbearance which allows borrowers to temporarily stop paying will cost an estimated $16 billion. The income driven repayment plan will initially cost $70 billion. But specific. Specific details have yet to be released. Finally, the report comes as the United States national debt is already more than $30.8 trillion. According to the treasury.

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 Inflation eases as consumer prices rise 6.3% in July

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Inflation eases as consumer prices rise 6.3% in July

"Latest report is raising hopes that decades high price hikes may have peaked The report shows consumer prices rose 6.3% last month from a year earlier That's down from 6.8% in June which was the biggest jump in 40 years Energy prices made the difference in July falling after a June surge consumer prices on a monthly basis actually fell slightly from June The report combined with the drop in the Labor Department's consumer price index last month suggests inflationary pressure may be starting to ease The commerce department also reports after-tax personal incomes were up 0.3% from June to July after adjusting for higher prices following a drop the month prior

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University of Virginia School Paper's Woke Editorial

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:54 sec | Last month

University of Virginia School Paper's Woke Editorial

"University of Virginia school paper. The cavalier. Serving the university community since 1890. So of course it's awoke left wing rake sheet. And they are now calling for, listen to this. We reject how the university's physical environment. One that glorifies racists slaveholders and eugenicists, with statues and buildings named in their honor, upholds an enduring culture of white supremacy. There is a reason why Charlottesville's local Ku Klux Klan chapter hosted its inauguration ceremony at Jefferson's monthly cello tomb.

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 Plan to end railroad contract dispute calls for 24% raises

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Plan to end railroad contract dispute calls for 24% raises

"Could 24% raises end a railroad contract dispute I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A special board appointed by president Joe Biden to intervene installed railroad contract talks has suggested the rail workers should get 24% raises and $5000 bonuses as part of a new agreement to avert a strike The board also recommends keeping the same basic health insurance plan but having employees take on a larger share of the cost through higher monthly premiums railroads and unions will use those recommendations as the basis for a new round of talks over the next month It remains to be seen however whether both sides can agree on the higher wages and find ways to address union concerns about working conditions If an agreement can't be reached by mid September federal law would allow a strike

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Lower prices offer Americans slight reprieve from inflation

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Lower prices offer Americans slight reprieve from inflation

"President Biden is celebrating government figures showing Americans got a slight break from high inflation last month I just want to say a number Zero On a monthly basis consumer prices did not change from June to July It's a first after 25 straight months of increases We're seeing some signs that inflation may be getting to moderate Prices did jump 8 and a half percent last month compared to a year earlier That's down from the four decade high of 9.1% in June travelers felt much of the relief Hotel rooms plane tickets and car rentals all got cheaper last month but grocery prices rose 1.1% Bread prices were up 2.8% the most in more than two years

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Consumer confidence slides for third straight month in July

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Consumer confidence slides for third straight month in July

"Consumer confidence has fallen again this month amid four decade high inflation It slid from 98.4 in June to 95.7 in July the third straight monthly drop in the conference board's consumer confidence index higher prices for just about everything are weighing on Americans soaring inflation is pressuring the Federal Reserve to keep boosting interest rates That raises the risk of a recession If people then start spending less President Biden yesterday shrugged it off We're not going to be the recession And the fed tomorrow is expected to raise its benchmark rate again possibly by another three quarters of a point Sagar Meghani Washington

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Republicans Overtake Democrats as Registered Voters in Kentucky

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Republicans Overtake Democrats as Registered Voters in Kentucky

"The Democrat party has dominated Kentucky politics for most of the entire history of the state of Kentucky. This is a Civil War. But there's been another milestone, Republicans now surpass Democrats in registered voters for the first time ever. The Kentucky state board of elections released its new monthly voter registration numbers Friday, showing one 1 million 612,000 voters registered as Republicans 1 million 609,000 registered as Democrats. First time that's ever happened. The country is turning away from progressive, absurdly ideologically bonkers policies and embracing the Republican Party.

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Some schools build affordable housing to retain teachers

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Some schools build affordable housing to retain teachers

"Some school districts are building housing to attract teachers In the San Francisco area a school employee Taylor Garcia and her family were finding it hard to make ends meet Do we have to leave the Bay Area Can we stay here We were kind of floating in the unknown The Jefferson union high school district in San Mateo county has set up educator housing Now we have a three bedroom And it has a lot more space more closet space more space for the kids and their things Monthly rent runs from $1400 for a one bedroom about 2400 for a three bedroom and a lie with Jefferson union high school district says they've had a big turnover in staff And this is a way for us to be able to retain and recruit both teachers and staff Teacher Lisa Raskin moved in She's saving on rent and can walk to work I don't know why they didn't do it sooner A study found the average teacher could afford 0.2% of homes in San Francisco None in Silicon Valley I'm Ed

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China trade surplus surges to record as exports accelerate

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

China trade surplus surges to record as exports accelerate

"China's exports are roaring back after pandemic shutdowns China's monthly exports rose 17.9% from one year ago to $331.2 billion while their trade surplus hit a record of 97.9 billion in June Exports to the United States surged 19.3% Antivirus controls that shut down the port city of Shanghai were lifted and shippers moved out of backwood of cargo imports of cut rate Russian oil and gas or up 56% of China's imports are up only 1% overall from last year reflecting a government effort to reduce debt that has hit the construction industry there and a global economy still weakened by the pandemic Forecasters have cut estimates for China's economic growth to as low as 2% this year in a report from capital economics analyst Julian Evans Pritchard says exports rebounded strongly as shipping bottlenecks eased but we think this may be the last hurrah for China's pandemic export boom before shipments dropped back down on cooling demand I'm Jennifer King

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 What to know about public service loan forgiveness

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

What to know about public service loan forgiveness

"Nurses and others who work in public service to apply to have their student loan debt forgiven I'm Ben Thomas with details 145,000 borrowers have had the remainder of their debt canceled through the public service loan forgiveness program Most have come since last October when the government relaxed the complex rules for applying However those less stringent rules only apply until the end of this October The program launched in 2007 to steer more graduates to public service cancels the remainder of a borrower's federal student loan debt after they make ten years worth of monthly payments while doing public interest work Teachers librarians nurses public interest lawyers military members and other public workers all qualify as do people who work for nonprofits

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Why Drew Hernandez Is Becoming One of the Best Frontline Journalists

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Why Drew Hernandez Is Becoming One of the Best Frontline Journalists

"And this is why we're so excited to have you and partner with you and do things, which is this kind of grassroots you frontline journalism. Because it's hard, right? I mean, you get sweaty, you don't get to sit in an air conditioned office, right? And so just talk a little bit about that because you're kind of becoming known as kind of one of the, if not the best front lines journalist where, you know, when the sparks are flying and antifa comes out, drew Hernandez is there, but talk about the hours, talk about the Gritty, gritting the side of it, right? Yeah, I mean, you know, shout out to the team though. The front lines team, they really helped me with booking the flights and getting me where I need to be. The logistics. The logistics, right? But like the actual on the ground when you're on the ground, it's a lot of instincts. You have to know what's coming. You have to know what you need to film at the right time to kind of have to kind of have a feel of the crowd. I mean, it's a difference environment. I mean, I view it kind of like, I don't want it to put it this way, but every kind of arena is like a different level, like a video game. Like that's how I view it. I don't treat it that way because you could get really different challenges. Different challenges, you know what I mean? There's different levels. There's like expert hard, medium, easy. It really is. I mean, for instance, if you go to Portland, you go undercover with antifa. That is probably the hardest thing to do right now is going to cover and get that kind of footage with them. But you go to like a protest somewhere in Arizona where it's not that hard. So you kind of have to what I always encourage people is not everyone can do what I do. I think a lot of people try to. I mean, you can. You can just run out there with a camera and film something, but to consistently keep doing this on like a monthly, weekly basis, it does take an amount of skill. Precision has involved precision because you have to be able to see things. Like when you see people like Savannah Hernandez or Julio Rojas with town call Julio is great. Julio with town hall media or Jorge Ventura with daily college. There's also a lot of these people are extremely talented. They're very talented. They know what they're looking

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"the monthly" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:54 min | 8 months ago

"the monthly" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Over in the UK, you need a license to drive a car to fly a plane and practice medicine and to watch TV, the TV license is what the Brits call their system for funding the BBC. Currently, about $215 a year compulsory, by the way, and if you are caught watching broadcast TV without one, it's a $1350 fine give or take, depending on the exchange rate plus penalties and other assorted costs. The BBC, the bieb, of course, get something like $5 billion a year from those license fees about 75% of its revenue. We are, as you might know, full disclosure, content partners with the BBC. But that license fee is in some peril. The government has announced it's freezing the fee for two years, no increase at all, and has hinted that it would like to scrap the thing altogether. From London marketplace to Stephen beard reports. The police say they will now investigate multiple events that in the middle of a crisis over parties held in the prime minister's offices during lockdown, the BBC found itself also reporting other news uncomfortably close to home. The culture secretary announces a two year freeze to the BBC license fee level cost for bee nearly $400 million. But what culture secretary Nadine dore is also said in parliament was more worrying for the corporation. It's time to begin asking those really serious questions about the long-term funding model of the BBC. Earlier, she'd suggest a cheat scrap the license fee altogether. That would certainly please many conservative government supporters, opposition spokeswoman, Lucy Powell said, the government was throwing those supporters red meat to distract them from the political crisis. Now it's part of operation red meat to save the prime minister from becoming dead meat. BBC output is generally popular shows like strictly come dancing, cop dramas like line of duty. We have identified a number of high ranking figures in natural history shows with the revered sir David Attenborough. This is the asiatic recruit the BBC commands the single biggest share of the UK's total TV audience around 32%, but its commercial competitors complain that the license fee is none fair multi-billion dollar subsidy and conservative commentators like Calvin Robinson claim the corporations biased into the bargain. It's got a general bias and groupthink mentality that is quite what I would term metropolitan liberal elite. In a statement the BBC said we feature a wide range of different perspectives across our news coverage, but Robinson said he resents paying the compulsory charge of $216 a year whether he watches the BBC or not. It might have made sense back in the old days when the BBC was all that existed. But now we have literally hundreds of channels producing real-time content that has nothing to do with the BBC. Two thirds of the Brits, according to the latest poll disapprove of the license fee, and that's what I found here in the town of Rochester 30 miles east of central London, among the unscientific example of people I met here, James Watkins. I'm happy with some of the content that BBC does, but it needs a different funding model. So I think if you want to use it, like, for example, Netflix you should pay to use it. It's subscription, in other words, you can even go to subscription. Yeah. And rob Davey feels the BBC should carry commercials. Yeah, I think efforts would probably be the easiest thing, wouldn't it? The BBC said given the breadth of services we provide the license fee represents excellent value for money, and media analyst Claire Enders says forget about the Beebe carrying commercials. We have very large plethora of commercial media in the UK, commercial radio, commercial television, old supported by advertising. There is just not enough advertising to go around to fund the BBC as well. She says the subscription model wouldn't work for the BBC either in order for it to be universally accessible, the UK would need a fast, reliable, broadband connection across the entire country. That's not going to happen anytime soon. She believes the license fee has got to stay. It's the least worst manner to deliver the services that parliament and the public have decided that they want to have. Services that much of the public like Tom McMullen here in Rochester loves and he supports the bieb's funding model. I'm happy to pay the license fee. I think the BBC delivers brilliant service. It feels very much worth the money. The amount of radio stations and TV stations that are encompassed within it. But with only one in 20 young adults watching BBC broadcasts every day and with a hostile government in power the license fee is likely to remain under threat..

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"the monthly" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:22 min | 8 months ago

"the monthly" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

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"the monthly" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

Mindful Productivity Podcast

03:10 min | 11 months ago

"the monthly" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

"So there's all these kind of things that you need to consider. So ideas will go down there and they can turn into actions or tasks later. But then they're also living there, so I'm not forgetting them, right? Now, as a side note, your monthly overview, if you're starting for the first time, you'll notice that this episode and this thing I'm walking you through this process and walking you through is pretty basic, right? You're probably not going to walk away from this episode being like, wow, I've never thought about listing things out Sarah or thinking about my appointments ahead of time. But if you're feeling overwhelmed, I really invite you to create a monthly overview page. You could also do this in notion, or Google Doc, whatever, on a blank piece of paper. But having one page for the month that you can just open or you can print out or you can just have in front of you, is really going to help you. And I know two sometimes just having my planner open and reviewing that monthly overview at the start of every week, and even every day is just helping keep me on task and it's what it's really doing is it's reminding me of the main path ahead. What's the main road that you're on and what are those? What are those vehicles on that road look like? What are the tasks that you really want to focus on? So do a monthly overview, give it a shot, you can do it ahead of time. You can do it in the middle of the month. Don't feel like you need to be perfect and plan perfectly in advance. But I invite you to do a monthly overview and just make sure you're writing down your main priority tasks like the main things that you want to accomplish for the month ahead. Your time commitments, both actual scheduled appointments on your calendar and maybe things that you need to do ahead of time so you're not rushing at the last minute. And then notes and reminders about how long weeks are. If there's things that you want to do, events you want to attend, things that you want to do outside, but it gets dark earlier. I know that's always a big surprise for me. Oh, it's 7 o'clock, and I'm still working. And it's dark. It's not the summer where I can just jump to the park with Bella real quick in the evening. So having that and then having an idea space where you're also capturing ideas that you have, not only when you're planning your month, but as the month goes on, right? So you can keep all of that in front in the front of your mind on one page. I really, really feel like this is gonna be helpful. And again, it's simple, right? This is not complicated. Write down your tasks write down your appointments, write your notes and write your ideas. I hope you found this episode helpful next week we'll be diving a little bit deeper into weekly planning. As we kind of just continue on in this little back to basics section of the podcast. So I hope you enjoy this. Let me know if you do, and I will see you back here next Monday. You can always find more resources, planners, and more by visiting mindful productivity blog dot com. All right, talk to you soon..

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Sucias are my Favorite

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"the monthly" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

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"the monthly" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"the monthly" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"To detract or say that me too didn't happen or as an worthwhile movement. Just that. I think the timing is interesting. I'll have to look more into corey. Him because i had no idea about that. And it just seems crazy that they would be Arresting somebody for marijuana possession california. You know because i think everybody's on Everybody's high in california right. They can be as pretty easy. I mean now they even kit mushrooms and stuff. So i whenever i go to la. There's a place i go to that. They have ceelo sabin mushroom chocolate bars. And so you can break off a piece where the you wanna microdosing. You want to talk to aliens so they have that in dispensaries as well and you can get whatever you want in whatever but most stuff that's cannabis related so. I just think it's silly that someone gets arrested rested on ticketed. Not you know but put in jail and processed maryland. I wonder if he did something worse. Is that possible. And then they the the only thing that could get to stick with the marijuana charge. Do you think that's awesome. I didn't read. The whole thing is just a more of a like. I said it's a conspiracy theory that to shut up corey and to not get anything put out about the higher upset were involved with pedophile stuff or alleged pedophile stuff that they served a party weinstein which the crazy thing is that. He was an open secret. There is Like a compilation of on a youtube video like a compilation of of snippets. Where some people say. Well you know. I got invited to something with harvey weinstein but we know we all know about that. So i didn't go. You know in this little hints on stuff like that. So what bothers me about. Most of the harry wants seen charges or allegations are gonna call it. Is that if you and i and everybody. That's gonna go for an audition. Know that if you get called to an audition with harvey weinstein..

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"the monthly" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"the monthly" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"Read it in which it's it was like a woman asking what he take of guys that put on their profile that they expect you to do the first move rather than the guy doing the first. Move for example. You'll see something like an. I've seen this when i have matches and it says i've been burned before i'm expecting you to make the first move. What do you think i think from that. I think it would be some type of metoo situation where he approached someone where he either misread something or he probably approach to female at work. Personally i'm not one to like. I don't care how hot she is or how she's thrown herself at me. I won't do anything with someone from work a whole. Just don't shit where you eat. I'm guessing something bad like you said. He burnt got burned. I would guess it's either something like that. Like just worried about a metoo situation whether he got convicted. Or whether you just got accused but even just an accusation can can ruin a lotta men's lies depending on how public or what. Their profile is And two that. I would just say scan bumble. Because that's the whole premise of bumble. Where the females have to reach out to you You can't message females and in this cicero choices if it's That otherwise think the gays can doesn't matter who the match they can message. Yeah that would be a difficult one rate. Who goes first the gay situation rate. Yeah that's interesting and it kind of goes down to the things like like expectations right like old school. Expectations are some guy needs to buy you dinner. And all that kind of thing they have to pay for it and then i don't really buy that. I think both people should chip in. What do you think. I don't know Personally i the first date. I try to do as cheap as possible. One to save money. Because i'm by can be an asshole or cheap bastard whatever you call it But the other hand is to get more censor- character If she's she's gonna have an attitude about oh we're just gonna go get. Coffee is like well actually. I'm not going to have coffee. i don't drink coffee. I drink tea or you know. Normally just ideas. It's it's too so the way you've heard how date in my podcast but for first dates for for one actually taking girl out on a date or meeting up with her. I suggest something that would be around like people watching. I love go somewhere in public and just make up. Someone's life story. Just you know we decide each other here. We were just on mute or we couldn't hear each other and i just saw this video playing then i would read or facial. Reactions breed our body language. Or whatever and say oh he saying this about you know his life and she's talking about whatever else and i'll just make wild crazy scenarios a. Yeah they're only together because they're both in love with her stepbrother. Bud she can't. She can't do anything because she still thinks it's incest and he can't think he doesn't wanna come out because his family will disown him or whatever and i'll just make this whole scenario and i'm telling this to my date and tried to get her to come up with the same thing and do something with some other couple or somebody who's walking by. I love that and just take just to get an idea of one of her education two of her character because she going to be as mean as me or she's gonna be nice Or she gonna call me out. Oh that's that's mean that's rude for you know making fun of other people or whatever That i know. Hey we're not going to work..

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"the monthly" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"the monthly" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"Monthly company meetings. Hey there i'm kevin daisy and i'm eric olson. Join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollar companies. What's up everybody. This is kevin daisy here. So eric and i have now started up something we did in the very beginning but something we went away from and that is the monthly company meeting. So i the reason we stopped him was not because we didn't want to do them. We felt they weren't important. That's exactly the time back in september two dozen seventeen. We started doing daily huddles so we started doing a full team meeting every day instead of once a month so it seemed ridiculous to have a monthly company meeting when we had a daily company meeting. So what there was a big difference between the daily huddle and the company meeting. And so i'll get to that in a second but ill thing that we did. Is we sort of grow. We started another agency so they had their own daily huddle. We broke out because since we got bigger we broke out operations as a huddle. Sales has a huddle in. They're totally separate so for quite a while. My sales team doesn't see anyone in the operations team and vice versa. So we've brought the company meaning back once a month with the whole team which is really nice. Everyone introduce themselves at their new. And then we talk about things like our vision where we're going changes that we've progress that we've made again. The new hires. We celebrate that. And make sure everyone's and we talk about those things and then we also things like financials where we are and things like that. So it's really just a recap of where the company is introduced new folks and then we also have acumen which is really cool. This is your chance as an employee here part of our team to ask your leadership any question you want in so we actually did the first one here recently. We were gonna call on people if they did not ask a question but we. We got multiple questions from folks and some. Were you know really great legitimate questions that kinda put us on the spot like hey i want to grow and hire someone on my team to help you know what's up with that and so were totally cool with that. Were very transparent here. We want to be opened up front. So i'm excited to get those questions and in whole these each month. They're not overly produced the very as eric and i sit up front kind of going through a couple of slides that we will show at least but it's really just conversation and letting team know where we are so i'm excited to have the company meetings back. I think our team wants those things important to him and everyone gets get together and see each other again even on video we get to see the whole team on one screen and it's really nice so think about a company meeting company-wide once a month if you can do it share as much details as you're willing to for us everything we're very transparent the best way to be if you like this podcast and you know alert. Who wants to grow their.

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"the monthly" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

Mindful Productivity Podcast

18:06 min | 1 year ago

"the monthly" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

"Project is you can go listen to episode one fifty four after this one. So there's going to be times when maybe you're going to be doing more of a visual aesthetic type of planning or even memory keeping right and of the tail end of planning. I still put memory keeping into the planning category because even though you're looking backwards there's still a lot of things that can come from it in terms of oh. I really liked that. I want to do more of that in the future. There's also going to be bigger picture. Planning versus more micro level planning and those are going to be kind of. You're going to go back and forth between those rape and as we all know there's also digital planning versus pap- paper planning and mapping and for me. I go back and forth between these things as well. I've talked about in past episodes how there's definitely times where i really need to physically write things down. That's why. I use my daily productivity and brandon book just about every day because there's something about writing pen to paper that gives me more access to my brain and really makes me feel like i'm actually decluttering my mind versus just typing something up on my computer. There's also functional planning. Which is the bulk of the planning. I do and when i say functional planning. I'm referring to paper planning or even to joe planning that. You're doing where there is no focus on what it looks like on the paper. It's completely functional right. I think sometimes we get caught up in how something might look in a planner. Thus we don't get started if you give yourself the mindset shift of. I'm doing functional. Planning and it doesn't matter what your handwriting looks. Like or what color you're using. It can make a big difference in how you might stall yourself so there's also project planning you know i won't get into all of them but i'm sharing these with all of you today to tell you that within this episode. We're only talking about one aspect of it right and it's for you to decide kind of where you are and what one works best for you. Now we're going to begin talking about some of the simple steps and questions that you can ask yourself to plan your month ahead. That's going to help keep you focused and give direction to your energy and your actions. So when i think about sustainable monthly planning i think about four main pillars. I think about our capacity sustainability. The actions were taking and the scheduling that we need to do so basically that time space awareness and planning really begins with questions and self enquiry. I know it can be really tempting to want to. Just start putting stuff in your google calendar and start writing dates done on dates down on your calendar in your planner. But if you don't ask yourself these next four critical questions you're gonna find that it may be hard to get the right things done and you may have a hard time creating that sustainable momentum in your life and business so instead of starting off planning with all the things that you wanna do which may be as how you've done planning in the past you're going to instead with sustainable planning start out with this first question which is what do i have capacity for and it will also have these questions mapped out in the show notes for your reference. But what do i have capacity for. And what i mean by this is considering your mental emotional and physical energy levels and really also thinking about some of the work that you tend to do so some of the may be more deep or cerebral work that you might do for me in my business. This is usually things like podcasting creating curriculum doing deeper dives and creating templates and notion and all the stuff i do that requires a lot of my brain and really requires my creative brain. And the the the smartest part of my brain if you will and i refer to that as more cerebral work within my business that also takes up a ton of my mental emotional and even physical energy capacities. So i know that. I can only do so much of that work on a given day and in a given week so with that in. Mind when you're considering what you have capacity for. I'm obviously not going to schedule myself monday. Through friday to do tons of that deep kind of work throughout my business. Because i wouldn't be able to do it. And if i pushed myself through it. I wouldn't create the best work possible right. I wouldn't be as happy with the outcomes of what. I'm doing so consider some of the work that you're going to be doing. And some of the deep works cerebral work versus more of the administrative or repetitive style tasks so some of these things for me are for example every week in my business i do a weekly pulse point check in where i go through and look at my sales and my business expenses. I have you know template questions that i ask myself and data that i look at and it's pretty straightforward and because i have all of those workflows and standard operating procedures mapped out for me. I don't have to do a whole lot of thinking. i just need to go through the checklist. And all the data's where it needs to be. And i just have to kind of look at it and put it in different places and assess what's going on in my business so that doesn't take up as much energy so it's really important to consider what you have capacity for and another way to think of this is. Let's say that you've just noticed that lately you feel extra drain right. There's a lot going on in the world. we're still working our way through the panini on that kind of stuff. What might you need more space for right and so when you're considering this you want to begin by frontloading your calendar with padded time for you now. I know what some of you may be thinking. Sarah must be nice. That that's available to you but i want you to consider that even if you have an extremely busy schedule or the idea of padded breaks doesn't even occur to. I want you to think about what you actually need. So if you've got tons of stuff going on you work maybe you're also taking care of a child at home if you've got tons of other responsibilities and it doesn't seem like there's enough hours in the day i still want you to take a minute to think about. What would be helpful for you in terms of what a break might look like or padded time right space in between things even if it doesn't feel possible right now i want you to think about what that would look like. Now if you're able to ideal thing here is to frontload your calendar. Like i talked about with that padded time for you so for example i have the you know the liberty of running my own business and creating my own schedule and i know some of you listening. Have the same thing happening or going on. If that's the case try to find ways or if you're working from home try to find ways where you might be able to frontload your calendar with some padded time so for example right now. I know that. I have a couple of different launches coming up. I haven't affiliate launch coming up. That i'm going to be doing and i also know that i also have quite a bit of cerebral work coming up with a bigger program that i'm creating and i wanna make sure that i'm taking time at the end of the day to really unplug. So i'm actually gonna put in my calendar to stop working earlier on a couple of days this week and put in chunks time to remind myself to go to the park with my bulldog so even just putting in those reminders in your calendar kind of creates like the bumpers. Right if you ever go bowling and use the bumpers it kind of creates that padding so that you're still that bowling ball's speak is still headed in the right direction so that you're not gonna reach so that's just one thing to consider before you get started and it's kind of opposite from how a lot of us do planning and i think it can be really really helpful. The second question that. I want you to ask yourself is what do i need to do to sustain the things that are currently working. Well for me. I feel like so often. We try to reinvent the wheel. what can i do. That's completely different. I wanna have a brand new morning or evening routine right. I'm gonna create a bunch of brand new products in my business instead of doing that and creating way more work and draining herself even more. I want you to pause and instead think about what you can do to sustain the things that are already working well for you. So for example. What are things that you're currently doing. That are helping your energy level if you're drinking so many glasses of water every morning or throughout the day and you're like this is really great. I feel really energized. Or maybe you're limiting your coffee or your caffeine intake or you're stopping drinking coffee afternoon. Something i need to get back into. Then write that down right down all the things that are working. Well i want you to also think about the things that maybe you're doing for fun or the interests or hobbies that you've gotten into recently that are really bringing you a lot of joy for example i really been loving getting back into reading and reading for fun and i have way too. Many books checked out from the library. But i really enjoyed making time for reading. So that's something i want to continue doing. I also have just recently gotten back into playing animal crossing on my nintendo switch. So i wanna make more time for that as well. Make time to think about the things that are sustaining your energy and your joy because you need that to be the best version of yourself or step into more of the work that really lights you up also consider what are the income generating activities if you run your own business that you're doing that are working well if it's if it's not broke don't fix it so for me. I think about the programs. I'm running and how. I'm doing launches and what's working well what's creating recurring income in my business. And how my. I may be tweaked those things to maybe generate a little bit more but not like put those things to the side. There's been times in the past in my business where something was working well but i i was excited about the novelty of something new and so i would actually stop doing that. One thing and then put all of my energy towards something else. And then i'd see my income dip. And i'd be like oh why is that. That's frustrating. do what you need to do to sustain. What's already working now if you're doing something that you hate Then you can totally reassess right. That's a great opportunity to do so but often times. It's a lot easier to kind of do what we need to do to keep a boat right already. Floating the trying to create a brand new brand new ship that we need to sail. That makes sense. Also consider what's working well in your relationships. There's some things that me and my husband do where we check in with ourselves at the end of the day or after work like our highs on our lows or we play board games or whatever. What's working well in your relationships or your communication styles with people that matter to you and how can you keep doing them. Okay the third thing. I want you to consider is what do i have room to explore and learn about now. Maybe this isn't something. That's quite as exciting to all of you. But i am someone that geeks out about learning new things. If there's something new that i can research or learn about i will totally get excited about figuring out youtube videos. I can watch or documentaries any of that. So if you're someone that's totally curious about life and you get a lot of joy from that then make room to explore that this can also be a great time to carve out time or think about where you might need to carve out time to go back through possible online courses or programs that you've invested in or that you want to make time for i know like with the programs. Iran would publish with purpose for example. We have you know live rounds where we do. Our sixty day sprints so if you're in a program that offers recurring live rounds or live implementation time. Maybe you want to check back in and see if there's room to explore that are jump back into that as well. This can also be a great time to ask yourself. If there's something new or novel right the you wanna try learning or doing like cooking a new recipe or going to a new park. It's important to make time for novelty to keep your brain interested in engage. Sometimes we can get really tired with routine things that we're doing in our business or maybe we're even super passionate about the main program or offer that we have but over time it becomes very routine right so to give your brain that excitement that it craves it can be great to bring in other things to your life and business to help you through that process so again. This question is what do i have room. Yeah what do i have room to explore and learn about or where do i have room to do that. So creating that space on your calendar and right now we're just kind of going through all these questions and more writing them out and then we're going to get into the next phase so the fourth question here is what does my time for. The next month looked like pretty straightforward right. But sometimes we forget to do this until the last minute or until we're in that week already and if you put something off and then you find out that the last week the month you've had you have a bunch of appointments. It can feel very frustrating right. Like oh i still have so much work to do on this project but i forgot that i had a dentist appointment and this that and the other i agree to a webinar and then you can almost feel resentful of things. So that's why it's so great to do this at the beginning of the month to check ahead of time. So what does my time for the next month. Look like so where am i. I have prior commitments meetings events or routine stuff going on right make note of it and make reminders and also circling back to everything right when you look at your capacity. If you have something like maybe you have a routine dental visit. And i know for me when i go to the dentist and i have to be in a chair for a couple of hours even just for cleaning or something like that. I tend to get headaches. I tend to be super exhausted afterwards. And i don't really have access to my creative brain so with that in mind if you have an event or maybe you're doing something online or even going live on instagram with someone all those things to me personally. Drain my mental energy. So very quickly. So it's really important that i'm not over committing even with the internal stuff i'm doing in my business so ever have any of those things going on. That is not a day sarah to try and create a bunch of content or trion record a bunch of podcast right because i'm going to have limited energy. So maybe that's day where i take a half day or maybe it's something where i'm planning more administrative or back end tasks you can also use this time to look at where and when can i work so again. If you're running your own business or you have a more flexible schedule than this can be a great opportunity to maybe schedule in some different chunks of time for working. Also give yourself permission to know that this can shift and change right. There are times when you know. My husband is working over the weekend or something like that. And maybe i'm in a big mood to take off a friday and then do a little bit of work on a saturday morning. You can totally schedule in those chunks of time and be flexible with yourself. And then we'll breaking things down into chunks help so if you're working on a specific project or specific work sprint or something like that. Will it be helpful to designate specific time for specific projects and tasks. I highly recommend doing this right like time. Junking time blocking. I love doing this with my podcast and again the more that you play with this and experiment with all of this the more. You'll see maybe things that you can combine when or what times of the day or week work best for creating content or writing or any of those things and then you can break those down and scheduled those out. The key here is to not over schedule yourself right. You're not trying to give yourself a minute by minute schedule ahead of time only to feel frustrated but it's to give herself an idea of what your time might look like future planning in a way that's flexible and so by doing this and taking this time to go through these four main pillars or forming questions. You're going to help yourself create a more sustainable monthly planning schedule. Because you're going to be considering your energy capacity. I which is so important because we all love road trips right and we all can think about all the places we wanna go on them but if we just get going and hit the open road without considering how much fuel we have in our tank then we're going to get frustrated when we break down on the side of the road so just like that. It's important to monitor your mental and emotional and physical energy capacity before you even get started. I'm planning your month so going back. Real quick to recap these four questions. I highly recommend trying this out this month. And hey if you're a week or midway through a month it's still a great time to plan out your month. Don't make weird rules where you can only plan for the month at the end of the month or on the first of the month or if and if you missed that day then i guess the whole month just going to be scattered. No you can plan anytime so again. These questions real quick to recap our. What do i have capacity for. What do i need to do to sustain the things that are currently working well for me. What do i have room to explore and learn about in the months ahead and what does my time for the next month looked like i hope these questions were helpful in thinking about sustainable ways that you can plan out your month ahead and i can't wait for you to get started to find more resources including my planners and journals you can head on over to mindful productivity blog dot com and you can find more resources principles and guides there. Thank you so much for. Listening to the podcast. I hope you have an amazing week. And i'll see you back here next monday with a brand new episode..

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"the monthly" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

Mindful Productivity Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"the monthly" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

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"the monthly" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

Mindful Productivity Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"the monthly" Discussed on Mindful Productivity Podcast

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"the monthly" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

WSJ Your Money Briefing

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"the monthly" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

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"the monthly" Discussed on Stock Market Options Trading

Stock Market Options Trading

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"the monthly" Discussed on Stock Market Options Trading

"You had made sixty two hundred dollars right so you had basically reverse and if you think about that. That's in line with what we said. If you're if you have four trays that you've bought for one hundred dollars and you close them each for fifteen hundred dollars over the course of a couple a month or two. You're gonna make about sixteen. I'm sorry six thousand dollars so again. The the amount that this strategy made was six thousand dollars. That was almost twice what you lost and the put credit spread strategy so again just as a reminder and a lot again might want to check cut the article on patriotic if you lost thirty five hundred during covert in the puck credit strategy and you made sixty two hundred with the head strategy. You actually made money during the covid crash right. And that's pretty much. The goal here is to put on these mechanical trades. And just let the math play out and we are strategically placing some target orders and things But i thought this is. These are good companion. I call a companion strategy for if you wanna create monthly income and so if we go back to the original stats of put credit spread even though we had that large draw down. We actually didn't really lose anything. So when you add up both strategies and how much it made you're probably are closer to fifty percent gains over that period and it's you know we're averaging that out if you're averaging fifty percent per year You know this is only scalable to for so much. I don't know if you can do this with ten million dollars or anything. But i think it's pretty scalable up to several hundred thousand dollars if you position these correctly And that's something. I'm going to be looking to do in my training scaling this up over time But i thought this was a good combination of strategies that you could look at. I encourage you to come over to patriotdepot dot com ford. Vertical spreads option traits. And you can see the p. and l. curves and everything for each one of these. You really get a lot of the details. Wanting i'm going to add on here and something. I could really test because i'm these are two separate things that i'm sort of marrying together but you know what i'm starting to think about is from a ratio perspective that if the for covid style crash you may twice as much with the hedge. I'm actually considered trading to put credit spreads per week with one hedge per month And that's something. I need to do a little bit more work on that but when you just look at the how again we're basing all this on the covert crashed. If you just look at you know you made twice as much with the hedge. So if you're able to trade twice as many credits breads you actually would have had made more money over that same period because you would have been up ten or twenty thousand dollars before the crash and you would basically broke even during the crash whereas we just talked about with one one ratio on everything you would have actually made less up until the crash but actually made money during the crash. So i think net net selling to spreads per week and companion that with one heads trade per month. I think that might be a good ratio again. I gotta do some more work on that. I'm going to start doing that Adding that to my trades but again if you're interested in becoming a supporter and trading with me and talk about stuff in more detail head on over to patriot dot com forward slash vertical spread options trading so much for listening and subscribing to the show. And we'll see the next episode..

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"the monthly" Discussed on The Frug Life

The Frug Life

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"the monthly" Discussed on The Frug Life

"When you invest a thousand and then wait for them to give you additional sign up bonuses. And that's what i did. I signed up for so fi invest a while ago and just recently. Got an offer to join s-o-f-i money as well. And that's how i got one hundred dollars just by setting up a bank account with them next. I got fifty dollars by becoming a s-o-f-i ambassador the the little program. I don't really know how you get invited to that. So i probably will just leave it at that for now but yeah it's been an interesting program. It's been fun and of course rewarding next. I made twenty four dollars and seventy cents from credit card rewards including this was kind of a controversial decision. Because you know in a way me spending money and getting money back is not making money. But really i need all the help i can get to reach. My goals and really using credit card doesn't alter by spending habits. So the rewards i get for using a credit card in my opinion is like free money so i've included here. All of that was from my capital one card and my capital one savers card. If you want to get one point five percent cashback checkout the quicksilver card. i'll also include a link below next. I made about twenty two dollars and forty four cents from i trade. It's just another stock trading app. They gave me three free stocks for signing up with them. Next was fifteen dollars from inbox dollars. It's just like a beer money sites you can take surveys and stuff. Those are a waste of time. You know. most of it's a holdover from back when they had videos. And i just leave the videos running all the time but they have a few other ways to make money all included links to them too. If you wanna check them out next. I made ten dollars and ninety seven cents from click worker. It's a micro tasks website so it's kind of like m. turk familiar with it but just a little different kind of a waste of time. Then again i did make like eleven bucks. And when i do it. I'm usually doing something else. Like playing a game watching a video and just doing this on the side to make a little money without using any brainpower next. I made ten dollars using bank rewards and in some ways this is the most passive of at all. Because you just google stuff with being so yet. Google a verb. Apparently what i'm saying as though you use as your web search and you get rewards for it. I got ten bucks this month now. I guess i should explain one other caveat and that all of this money i'm receiving is a cash basis so some of it is kind of a holdover from before and just i've redeemed it now. The next site was bit moon. Where i got about eight dollars and fifty three cents of cryptocurrency boone in its affiliates are shutting down though so no need to really explain more about that next. I made about five dollars and fifty one cents from people signing up to my yana link. Now i said i wasn't going to include any of my investment income and so i- proportioned my rewards for those two weeks. I had people sign up using my referral code. Basically when you the referral code i get some bonus tickets for that week and so i got my bonus tickets for the week divided by the total tickets for the weak ties by total earnings for the week to basically by for kate the part that is related to people signing up versus just my normal investment income after the sounds a lot more complicated than it is but basically i just got five bucks from yada from people signing up next. I got about a dollar and fifty eight cents from advertisements on the blog. This was in the form of cryptocurrency specifically bitcoin. And lastly i apparently sold something on red bubble a the frog life sticker and my commission was forty. Two sets all right. And so if you haven't been doing the math let me do it for you. After this break a second all right. Welcome back to the grand. Total was two hundred and forty eight dollars and ninety five cents so about half of michael of five hundred dollars so this is great in a sense that i did about half as good as i had hoped but also a little bit concerning because one hundred fifty of that was from so-fi and that was a one thing so we'll see what happens next month. I may have to work really hard. And i'll probably have to play with some other ideas on how to make some money and all the things i've referenced will probably be in the show notes for you to check out war a lot of this overlaps a little bit with some of the content. I covered in my book of real book on money. I'll also include a link to the book in the show notes where you can get it on amazon. Let me know what you think about this episode. Whether you think. I should do monthly updates like this or maybe just quarterly. I think it's interesting to see how people are making money. And i hope it gave you some ideas. Perhaps i'm not sure if i mentioned it on the show yet but i did get pre approved for a mortgage and so i may be buying my first real estate property soon which is exciting although very cash intensive which is i think part of the inspiration of this segment as i am going around and trying to gather as much cash as possible in preparation for the exciting things that are happening all right. Thanks for listening. I hope you enjoyed today's episode. Have a good week and as always stay frugal.

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"the monthly" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"the monthly" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

"I did go while the weekend. And it's look good at their in the markets right now. I like it on the look super. We pulled back loss waking you know since the low we've <hes>. We've gathered back nearly fifteen percent on bitcoin in the wake. Jesus closed down at one point. Four percent hardly you know. Hardly anything wait. Ready natta push onto new old time house would not be nas. Not massive pullback but <hes>. A good pool but nevertheless and it looks as though the daily pulled by monitoring the one now we ought to see a breakdown three sixteen thousand two hundred. And that's something that. I'm interested because that would then suggest may may. We will see a day weekly pullback until that time well that i do much more to say because we pulled back liebau st- and we're not too far off behind this move. The move is nineteen thousand. Five hundred seventy seven or eighteen thousand five hundred fifty three so only one thousand dollars off actually use pretty much bang on just shaw thousand dollars off the highs they smooth and that might sound like a lot but i forget that we took an eighteen thousand five hundred bitcoin right now. As a matter of fact today it's at one point nine four percent and there's a really really nice trend voting on the longs on. Bitcoin is no sacred. There and i have actually taken along. Bitcoin cash today. Well i spoke although earlier in my run through live on facebook and twitter. What's it called you shoe <unk>. Check it out if you to go a little fifteen minute cried <unk>. There have been more than one to one of reisman stop prophet. it's bloody municipal. Another good start to a fantastic way ahead her bitcoin. Yeah up two percent nearly right now and looking to pullbacks. I'll be happy with fifteen on to be happy with the study. Haven't got any just yet.

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"the monthly" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"the monthly" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The monthly one and a half percent interest rate penalty on late payments until October first the second installment payments for twenty nineteen due August third but payments completed by October will be considered on time the only houses passed a plan to expand the state's vote by mail program this fall that measure would allow only fact in the upcoming general elections scheduled for November third vote by mail applications would be sent to registered voters who participated in the twenty eighteen twenty nineteen or twenty twenty elections vote approving the measure fell along party lines with Republicans oppose there are two certainties one up in life one that we will see the sun rise in the morning in the second one is that we'll see voter fraud November it provides greater access to folks on election day and during early voting constitutional the plan would also make this November's election day a state holiday the Senate is expected to vote on the bill today the cover band Emma has made it harder to sell real estate open houses are difficult and sellers are forced to give a little get a little extra creative rather than like this million dollar listing Intel in California so wasn't getting a lot of interest of the honor list a little help from big fight some of the bills all pictures are normal others you Sasquatch to shop the home features like the Jim McAloon gardening they're visible in the kitchen our house is only been listed for about a week but it but it's gotten quite a few views and that's not a bad idea someone watching this morning might say Hey I moved to Felton California and take over this problem that doesn't look like a savory C. as well has this happened before my making this up you see that's where we ran a story about this before I think what gets around his I don't remember a lot of that way little did I know do we need to do whether art can you can do.

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"the monthly" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

10:14 min | 3 years ago

"the monthly" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

"So of course Let's just starting on Monday. Let's get a good good good good footing putting so overhead supply resistance from seventy seven hundred eighty three hundred. These are all macro. These are weekly levels these levels. I WanNa be I WANNA see broken on higher timeframes TMZ before I start talking about you. Know a higher highs for the year or a bullish twenty twenty. These are all macro technical things that I look at the determine where we overall are are and kind of where we're going. It's only silly people. You can hear this all the time like look at this. Look at this four hour setup. Clearly this means we're getting higher highs. It's all Saudi nonsense Johnson. You determine your directional bias or your macro from the weekly the monthly. Maybe the daily the daily is what I'd like to trade on in developed short-term or Messo Term Directional. Oh bias right not not where we in the macro. Are you willing to kind of look out and look at the weekly and I would also argue that this weekly open. This weekly candle is fairly weak in another alternative set up that we talked about is so let me paint a bullish scenario. That would make sense to me. Let's assume that demand was filled enough on these two bulwarks down into our high volume no down here and we do kind of to zoom out a little bit more to see that high volume note right so historical support sixty four hundred again really stretching from Excuse me really stretching from sixty one hundred to about to about sixty five hundred so but sixty four hundred would represent the kind of mean of that and we have looked off of that twice ready so I will be frank think about that. We looked at that level twice but something that would make sense to me. I saw and maybe this is just because of the sentiment the technicals do align especially from the notch your other analysts I would be the movement down below the weekly open that would trap a lot so that would clear out a Lotta long liquidity. Obviously but I don't think that a lot of stop losses would actually be triggered there. I don't think that a lot of people are over. Everton that area on the weekly open on that a lot of people went long on the closed. This weekly candle I think that that the bigger traders who went long. Were probably down around here. So they're relatively safe. If on this on this would most likely be there echelon that we could be putting on these threads up but moving down below the weekly open. I think would make a lot of people pitcher way and so I could see that I could see and it would make anybody who shorted this. Upper range really feel like a Golden God and I don't know if you guys have experienced this but whenever you put on a big position or at like you really take a big risk on a position and trade moves in your favor quite a bit. You really start to feel invincible and bulletproof and you just think it's GonNa keep going the problem that this is kind of a new newer trader problem where you don't take profit and scale out. Don't take profits scale out and then you end up you price ends up. We'll we'll end up reversing and you won't see the signs and you won't. You won't be humble enough to just take profit or admit that you're wrong on an often you can end up at a loss And then you end up you end up exiting panic and I've talked about this before those psychological moments in the market. It if you're looking at a chart and you start to feel flomo or panic. The almost the entire retail market is feeling the exact same thing at the same time. Yeah I don't know why people are going to say like Oh. Humans are synchronous and waves in spirits in Seoul bonding. I don't know if you've seen the new later upset recommending but in that might be true. I I have no clue I I. I don't believe in that stuff but I do notice that so I think it's because humans are hardwired the same way And that we have the same feelings of panic and fear in emotion immoral generally in the same spot. When we're in crypto those moments of peak pain are are always the worst times to make decisions and people inevitably the majority of traders end up making taking decisions in those moments of peak pan And that's how we get things like cascading stop losses and you know huge scam wicks and things of that. Nature had their all natural moves in the market. Just some people know how to explain those gain and some people don't know how to explain those are victims of those areas which is unfortunately the majority traders now Now so I do think that a V. bottom out of this is slightly possible at this point in time I really kind. It depends on how the daily closes right now for me for my personal training. You know if price comes back to my entry I'll exit at this point in time. Depending got price action lists we just bull run up there then. I'll probably be short it I if we if we kind of creep creep group-group and that's kind of a different story again remember when we when we approach resistance assistance creeping than we tend to blast through it when we approach momentum. We often don't selected so anyways I think that largely it should be mostly risk off day. I think that you know I think people we're going to be kind of scrambling for an opportunity here. I think that they're most likely going to be on the wrong side of the market so just be cautious guys. You know often again just historically if you guys want to be safe. The bearish argument is still much stronger macro than the bullish argument And it's also again the week before Christmas or the week of Christmas and going into the end of the year and this is often not a buyer's buyer's market is often a seller's market now. Does that have the ability to be wrong. Yes but just be safe guys. Nobody wants to be stressing out on Christmas. Nobody wants to be stressing out during the holidays. You know the market's going to be here no matter what and stick to your macro analysis and if you're hedged in your analysis to be hedged you're completely safe and if you're spot long you have good reason to bullish than you're completely fine with that being said without being set above all trade safe. Let's let's go down to And then I don't know if I've made this very clear the break of sixty four hundred. We have the two hundred daily simple moving average in our next high volume no cluster again coming at my lower downside inside target four point nine five point two k where I will all of all things remaining equal. Be Buying being bigly bigly. I do not know who that was later. Guys now do do sorry. Let's get rid of the EMAS. Let's get it the right of the ver in the Goodbyes come on guys. Let's go baby Lower Timeframes coupable double works to the downside. I'll see if we can be bottom back up and get rejected from the range was really no action taker. You know if you were Kinda brave enough to grab grabbed the second wick You know I was Gonna I was Kinda. WanNa start off the show that way and say that there might be a scalp opportunity to the upside right now. I wouldn't have any I wouldn't have I wouldn't have any conviction in taking alongside trade right now. That wasn't a scalp on anything that I would want to be automated because things like that when you're counter and training you want to be able to respond very quickly And I prefer to trade a little bit more a little bit more a a little more calmly passively. I like to make a plan and then and then act off of that plan Okay and as I said we still got more gap to fill again just looking at the CME's we do have another know about one and a half maybe two percent more to the downside to to really fill this gap up nicely and again just really concerning is I'm not gonNA lie. You know for for like long term. That's a big big volume spike right so big volume spike to the upside. That's a big liquidity grab And those things tend to have some good sustained follow through and again when they when they do occur when they do occur and they do end up getting sold off into to. I mean we can see it over here. The exact same thing happens over here we have again running to the upside wick and then a lot of downside we can see the same thing over here we can. You see the same thing over here. We can see the same thing over here. We can see the same thing over here. We can see the same thing over here. Those aren't good zone. They're good in a buyer's market again. Like you know so. Let me. Let me rephrase this. Maybe this will make more sense in the macro. Right when you're trending trending on the higher timeframes that the daily weekly to the upside and you're like clearly bullish right like price just keeps going up every day right then when you see wicks to the downside aside those are all those are almost always buying opportunities right here in a buyer's market right. That's a good opportunity to buy when you're in a seller's market when you've been in a pronounced downtrend than it and it's more often than not the case when everyday prices lower than it was yesterday let's just look at the last six months is this a buyer seller's market. Come on guys things you want to be very cautious about changing on flip. Flopping on the daily trend is your friend then generally every correction or big bulwark to the upside is a selling opportunity right. That's a little bit of discretionary nuance that can typically help you out and save you a lot of money all right. Let's By the way that movement failed Elkhart rejected all right. I will be honest. We were going. We were going pretty loud this morning. Watching tread wild okay. How are you guys doing in the Chatman? I'm sorry Let me make sure that I covered all of my yeah. It's funny because I this is literally what I wrote this morning I wanted to share my analysis channel because when I started sitting down kind of right. My analysis We were right about right here and then this is when I woke up I looked at the chart and then this is when I sat down with my coffee at the at the Monitor to begin my daily and morning analysis in morning trading and I have it written down right here What to watch for to get out of the long run up I would buy? I sell off which I said we'd already seen run-up followed by. I sell off followed by a run up with a lower high right.

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"the monthly" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"the monthly" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Year and I don't think I can finish most these lists songs are on the radio all the time really think about the lyrics all right I see here you need this want to tie it up will any already be able to finish this Christmas song the weather outside is frightful but the fire is so delightful since we have no place to go let it snow let it snow so it shows signs of stop well Randy no one comes now had a yeah say yes going out on a limb rainy I would like to hear the end of that one let it snow so sure signs of the stop in fact in that ride with staff in some sound let happen in he called but you're almost there okay I just don't let it snow let it snow yeah I can give it to you what what else runs of stopping stopping me out lots of room for good job brought some corn for popping I know but yeah I mean you got to let it snow Parmer that's just too easy I couldn't get the high end of round two millennia Lasky brought to you by Rocco's European garage was discord and green Dana three Serret to all right I will come back the this is the finish the Christmas song lyric version of the mark air show she knows this song yeah this is the bumper music however I back money match game on the market this right I got or the job three crash Bedlam bridge one forty one north down right before old Alabama the monthly that blind and it is just compounding the driving back into the it actually is a double.

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