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A Democrat Civil War Could Help Save This Country
"Do you know what i saw. I'm following with great interest the seattle city attorney rates. Are you familiar with that. Oh my the the living martyr. The producer of this show is not familiar. Well my friends let me tell you a little about it in the gigantic pile of papers for this show. A woman is running In in seattle for the city attorney the women are. I will read to you. What this woman has said about police k. This is what this woman. her name is nicole. Thomas kennedy a white woman as it happens an evil human be truly a despicable human being and it says something about the citizens of seattle that she already has a thirty five percent of support not in in polling and i think voting for early voting. But that i'm not. I'm not sure of so. Let's see the race for city attorney in seattle would seem to be completely insignificant this from conservative star dot com in the scheme of national politics however considering the ideology of extremely far left candidate nicole. Thomas kennedy antique as she often uses the race is an experiment in miniature of potential voter trends. The reality is why the endorsement of republican opponent the reality is why. The endorsement of republican opponent by two former democratic government. Governors is so important that amazing to former democrats governors of the state of washington have endorsed the republican candidate. The only thing that can save the country or the best thing. It's not the only. The best thing is a civil war within the democratic party when liberals awakened to the evil that the left is there were. That is the only chance for the best chance. Let's put it this way for hope for this country.
A Record Run for Apple
"Record run for apple. Shares jumping more than one and a half percent after the company announced its next product event. We'll take place one week from today. The move adding forty billion dollars to markets. Apple's market cap today alone. So what is your read on. Apple's big move guy. I can't wait to the fourteenth value. No i'll be locked into that apple as i always have big over the last car waiting online. And we actually say queuing queuing up. But that's neither here nor there. What do i make apple's impervious apple's a great company. It's a wonderful stock. But let me say this. I always rail against central bankers. Let me rail against this for just a second. Passive investing has been a great thing for the market. I think it looks past. All the bad news. Market just continued to ratchet higher the biggest winners into passive investing world have been apple currently is in about three hundred twenty or so. Etf's two hundred forty seven of which have apple in the top fifteen holdings in almost by definition that passive money coming in apple's going to be the beneficiary about one point two billion shares or so owning these e t episode. Great thing. dan will correctly point out that since. September of two thousand eighteen although apple is one of these by hold names. You've seen at least three twenty five to thirty five percent off peaked trough decline. We haven't seen anything like then quite some time. I'm just throwing that out there as we head into the fourteenth of september
This Stock Is the Gift That Keeps on Giving
"Got more tech related earnings. We're going to start with the chip maker. Invidia second quarter. Revenue came in higher than expected and management's guidance for third quarter revenue was also higher than analysts were expecting and shares of invidia up six percent. This on the surface looks pretty good. What does it look like underneath the surface. It's the gift that keeps on giving. I mean like the jelly of the month club. I mean total revenue up sixty eight percent here revenue for the the outlook. Like you were talking about chris. Six point eight billion you know for the third quarter of fiscal twenty twenty two that is definitely higher than analysts expected. I have been calling this a data center company. That does gaming. I'm going to say i was wrong about this. Only in the sense of this quarter because boy this quarter in video gaming business was absolutely and fogo on fire up. Eighty five percent to three point. Six billion up eleven percent from the previous quarter. This i mean it is still very much a cloud story here chris because for those who do not know invidia has arguably the top rated cloud gaming business in the world in g force now and that is now supporting over more than one thousand games on old computers in videos really killing it here now. The data center business. Chris was up thirty five percent. It's still a phenomenal business. And i think when you think about invidia it just does more stuff than you think it does like. It doesn't just make chips it makes these graphs cards that go into your gaming console. They also make servers that go into data centers. They are making a cloud gaming service that people like and are actually using. They're making software for doing ai. Tooling
True or False: Debunking Money Myths
"True or false lease like our. It's simple cheap. False car-leasing is one of the biggest scams in the finance world. Carleen plans were invented by the car companies. Why the heck do you think created them in the first place or funsies for charity. Now they did not. They did it to make money for them and not for you. And i'm not on their side. I'm on yours drawer false. You can negotiate your credit card rate true. I've done this a bunch of times. I've helped listeners negotiate with their own credit card companies. in fact everything is negotiable. So ask for what you want or you'll never get it the end drawer. False package deals always offer the best breaks false ish if you're moving into a new apartment and you think you'll be using cable wifi and a landline. Sure you'll save money on a package deal but are you actually using the lamb line or are you just paying for it because the website says it can save you big big bright all caps bubble letters and are you actually going to watch any of those premium channels. I wouldn't so if you're not planning to use all of the programs in the package no matter what it says in those all caps promotions. The cartman you is the way you wanna go true or false you can use your full spending limit on your credit card false. I know if you get approved for a five thousand dollar credit limit you think the limit is five thousand dollars but if you max out your credit card your score is going to take a major hit so your actual spending max should be between thirty and thirty five percent of what you're on. Paper spending limit is true or false. You will need to make a will no matter how much money you have true. There is a common misconception that you only need to write a will. If you're a mega rich bitch. Living in a mega mansion. That is not true. Even if you're not a rich bitch yet you probably have some assets and if you don't have a will the state will decide what happens to those assets and of the state you better than you know yourself probably not so get that will done because where there's will there's a way
Heres Why Tesla Is so Important
"Everybody raum our here and today we're gonna be talking about a couple of really important reports. First tesla's most recent impact report which has a ton of fascinating details and it won't go through the highlights. There that release also coincided with a huge new report on climate change by the will spend some time on that as well and then we've got a few other quick hits of news which will run through at the beginning. Quick look at tesla stock another relatively low volume day to day to start the week off just under fifteen million shares traded but tussles up two point one percent on the day to seven hundred and thirteen dollars. Seventy six cents that compared to the nasdaq up about two tenths of a percent. Cosstalk did see an upgrade today from jeffries and almost philippa who schwa- upgrading from neutral to buy which as we've talked about upgrades like that where they're actually rewriting. The stock those are more significant to analysts than press targeted adjustments. But that being said he did increase his price. Target from seven hundred dollars per share up to eight hundred fifty. From the note quote valuing tesla is as challenging as ever we raise our discounted cash flow base price target from seven hundred dollars to eight hundred fifty dollars on higher profitability and accelerated growth. While at thirty five percent five year compound annual growth rate. we remain below tessa. Guidance of fifty percent as trend growth desa currently trades on nine times revenue and sixty two times earnings before interest and tax a level disconnected with auto multiples but in our view more consistent with net growth lack of legacy issues and wider addressable markets including energy generation and storage and one. Quick little note here. Just because i do see these inflated allot tesla has guided for greater than fifty percent growth compounded annually for vehicle deliveries. That doesn't necessarily mean revenue would grow at fifty percent. Plus obviously it very well could but that's not what tesla has specified so to me. It's not super clear but it does look like in this case. Jefferies is comparing their revenue forecasts tesla's vehicle delivery guidance and tennessee that a lot so just wanted to point that out next year. We've got an update on giga texas. From joe tag mayer. He does drawn flyovers there and remember last week. We had talked about him here. He that tussle was going to be doing a test. Production run for the mentawai next week. Which would not be this week
Dixie Fire Now the 3rd-Largest Wildfire in California's History
"I wanted to check with somebody that knew. A little better was paying closer attention to the dixie fire. So we invited John libertine and he's a report from kathy k. one of our sister stations in sacramento john. Good heavy on the program. What's the latest on the dixie fire. Well the dixie fire grew by one hundred and ten thousand acres overnight to four hundred thirty two thousand acres. It is now the third largest fire in california history. it's thirty five percent contained. But what's important about today. Is that the winds have died down. We've got cooler temperatures. And there's actually a lot of smoke but for the firefight. That's good news. They can't put planes or helicopters up but it does keep the sun off the fire from from you know heading hitting directly on it and you know as some of us know or most of us know the sun hits the fire and it burned still more so they're getting a break today and that's good news. What's going on with the firefighters i. I've been reading stories about the the conditions that they're dealing with are really unprecedented was the headline in in the la times. It is unprecedented. Conditions at the firefighters have to cope with right now. Can you sort of describe what they're going through well that they're dealing with with problems on multiple fronts. It is very very hot up there in northern california in that area. I mean not as this far far far away from the coast. it is very hot. They are fighting some of these fires in remote areas. the terrain is very steep. It takes them time to get there and You know and they're working twelve sometimes. Twenty four hour shifts. In fact i was talking to a guy today. Who said they're doing a changeover. A firefighters right now because you can only do fourteen straight days before they have to swap you out. And they've got thousands more coming in this fire. The dixie fire is so big that it's creating its own weather conditions. It creates these. Things called pyro. Cumulus clouds that can deliver white. Lightning strikes in radic wins. It also keeps the heat very close to the ground. These are very very grueling conditions. And i you know. I can't imagine doing what they do. But they're doing it and doing it. Well in some cases.
AP-NORC Poll: Most Unvaccinated Americans Don't Want Shots
"A new poll suggests most Americans not yet vaccinated against covert nineteen are not likely to get the shots at all the poll by the Associated Press NO RC center for public affairs research found forty five percent of the unvaccinated adults surveyed say they definitely will not get a shot in thirty five percent say they probably won't just three percent say they definitely will get the vaccine and another sixteen percent say they probably will those not likely to get a shot express doubts the vaccines will work against the aggressive delta variant despite evidence they do nationally the CDC says fifty six point four percent of all Americans including children have received at least one dose of the vaccine and vaccinations are starting to increase in some lacking states were covered nineteen cases arising including Arkansas Florida Louisiana Missouri and Nevada I'm Ben Thomas
Arkansas Exceeds 1,000 New Virus Cases for Third Day in Row
"Kobe nineteen cases are increasing in many states but Arkansas leads the country with the most new cases per capita Arkansas state health department says there have been more than a thousand new coronavirus cases each day for the past three days the highest rate in the nation according to Johns Hopkins University Arkansas has now seen more than three hundred fifty five thousand cobit cases since the pandemic began only about thirty five percent of the state's population has been fully vaccinated Missouri and Kansas also with low vaccination rates are also seeing a surge in infections due to the spread of the highly contagious delta variant I'm Jackie Quinn
Long Airport Lines, High Gas Prices Expected This Weekend
"It's a july fourth getaway looking more like a thanksgiving trouble rush from the roads to the airports forty eight million of us probably more are on the move. The second busiest independence day weekend ever. Yeah excited to get out of the house like everyone else and we're paying more at just about every turn hotel prices up to thirty five percent more over. Last year rental car prices up eighty six percent and gas prices are rebounding along with the economy now. Averaging three twelve a gallon nearly a dollar more than a year ago. Bob jackson gassing up in philly they get enough here to get over the bridge by new jersey where people californians are paying the most four twenty eight a gallon. Mississippians are paying the least to seventy five. While the vast majority of us are traveling by car. Two point one million people went through. Tsa check points on thursday people already. People can't wait to get out. Can't wait because the surge airline traffic came on so fast. Many airlines weren't ready didn't have enough planes now. Planes are full. United airlines ceo. Scott kirby now expects a surge of returning business travelers in the fall. I think zoom is going to be a great replacement for phone calls. But it's not going to be a great replacement for in person interacts. Meanwhile amid a staggering. Thirty two hundred reports of bad passenger behavior this year including onboard fights. The faa is now using children to appeal to adults to behave. Fighting is not good. When you're on a plate yell and they hugo that stuff i would be really scared destructive pilot against that guy
Jeweler Alex and Ani Files Bankruptcy After Rapid Expansion
"Jewelry company alex and ani has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection the company which was known. Pretty much only for bangle bracelets. The company blames cova mostly and it's clear that's a factor like in twenty twenty. Their revenue fell forty percent but his company's financial struggles started long before this pandemic began. And i'm just going to tell you a tiny bit about things that happened because this has multiple layers so a couple of things that became roadblocks for this company. So in december of twenty eighteen bank of america cut off the company's line of credit. Oh and the day ah-ha yup and the following summer alex and ani sued for gender discrimination in claim that it had been treated differently because it was led by a woman that suit which was dropped a month after it was filed said that sales had declined around eighty million and the alex an anti couldn't pay vendors so there's a red flag even if they like settled this Alleged discrimination claim. There's a clear financial disconnect here. There was also illegal. Back and forth last year between the company's founder carolyn rafi allen and investment firm lion capital which owns the majority of the company. Apparently she borrowed five million dollars from line capital and never paid it back shift. You just sometimes forget to pay back five million lisa. She just forgot and to resolve the legal battle between them. She sold her remaining stake in the company to them which was thirty five percent. Holy mess so as of last year. The founder of this company was no longer involved so the company is also in a whole like metric ton of debt which is really what it comes down to like ultimately when you're filing for bankruptcy doesn't so much that you need to figure out they owe money to a bunch of landlords which makes sense you know malls and stuff during the pandemic they also more than one hundred seventy five thousand dollars to an entire town in rhode island
Study Blames Climate Change for 37% of Global Heat Deaths
"A new study blames climate change for thirty seven percent of global heat deaths more than one third of the world's he deaths each year or do directly to global warming that's according to the latest study to calculate the human cost of climate change dozens of researchers who looked at he tests in seven hundred and thirty two cities around the globe from nineteen ninety one to twenty eighteen calculated that thirty seven percent were due to higher temperatures from human caused warming the study in the journal nature climate change found about thirty five percent of heat deaths in the U. S. can be blamed on climate change that's a total of more than eleven hundred deaths a year in about two hundred cities I'm surely after
Stars Carry Clippers at Mavs Again, 106-81 Rout Evens Series
"The only clippers rout of the Dallas Mavericks one oh six eighty one even up their first round playoff series at two games apiece with game five in LA on Wednesday the road team has won every game in the series clipper set the tone early led by nine after one by sixteen at halftime and coasted the rest of the way clippers held a mass to just thirty five percent from the field just five of thirty from long range why Leonard led the clippers with twenty nine points well look at dodges playing with a neck strain had nineteen to lead the man's Bob Stevens Dallas
FCC Wants to Help Americans Pay for Broadband
"So mike you were recently about. Nfc program to help americans pay for their broadband right. That's correct and it's officially up and running. Now it's called the emergency broadband benefit program and it was part of the roughly nine hundred billion covid. Nineteen relief package passed by congress in december twenty twenty and signed by president trump after that within the package was three point. Two billion set aside for the federal communications commission to cover the program what it does provide a discount of up to fifty dollars a month toward broadband bills for eligible households and up to seventy five a month for households on qualifying tribal lands eligible. Households also can receive a one time discount up to one hundred dollars to buy a laptop or desktop computer or tablet from participating providers. They contribute more than ten dollars but less than fifty dollars to the purchase. How do you know if you qualify for this. Well we have appropriate in my story on tech that usa today dot com. But here's some information. For instance if you qualify for the lifeline program a program that helps low income. Americans purchase broadband access. You automatically qualify for this. You also qualify. If you're on medicaid or your partner you participate in the snap program also eligible as any home with an income at or below one hundred thirty five percent of the federal poverty guidelines. So math is involved as are those in the free and reduced lunch school program school lunch program. I should say in school breakfast. Program and homes for students who are pell. grant recipients also eligible. Some homes have had substantial loss of income since february. Twenty nine twenty twenty like i said my story has links to all these spots and how to figure out whether you qualify. You can also go to the site. You could probably find it there. But i would suggest coming to my story overall. There's about eight hundred twenty. Five broadband providers wired and wireless participate in the program including names like. At and t. comcast t molin
35% of Americans Are Fully Vaccinated Against Coronavirus
"According to the cdc more than thirty five percent of the us population is already fully vaccinated and over forty. Six percent of the population has gotten at least one dose. Some health officials have said eighty percent of americans would need to be vaccinated to reach herd immunity but today at the wall street journal's future of everything festival surgeon general vivek murthy says he's focusing more on vaccination and infection rates herd. Immunity is not a switch on and off where suddenly we hit the threshold. There's own action. This is more of a. I would say incremental improvement they will see with with some big jumps along the way he also said. A vaccine waiver would be a step to increase global supply vaccines needed. And he's not concerned that sharing the intellectual property of covid nineteen vaccine patents will make drug manufacturers less interested in developing vaccines in the future in my conversations with a number of the companies who the past many months. I know that One that they know that the these markets are gonna be robust. They're going to be there for them in the future. But i think they also recognize that there are moments like this when all of us have to step up whether governments or companies or individuals and figure out how we're gonna vaccinate the world in the most accessible way
Local Governments Promoting Incentives to Encourage Covid Vaccinations
"According to the centers for disease control just a bit more than forty six percent of the entire. us population. that's everybody has gotten at least one dose of covid vaccine thirty five percent is fully vaccinated but things are slowing down. Millions of people are still hesitant and herd. Immunity is for now maybe not looking so great so local governments are partnering with businesses to offer free stuff in exchange for getting a shot incentives matter that we know but do they work. Marketplace's kristen schwab has more on that. The mission to get more vaccines into people's arms is starting to take on a bit of an oprah. winfrey vibe. west. Virginia is giving one hundred dollars savings bonds to adults under thirty. Five main is offering free hunting and fishing licenses and in new orleans a pound of crawfish. Incentives are nice. Because they're the bronx near leading people toward something in a positive way. Knoll brewer researches vaccination behavior at the university of north carolina. He says incentives appeal to people across party. Lines and studies show. They increase vaccine uptake by about eight percent. If the incentive is of value mario macho is a behavioral economist at johns hopkins. There are costs and benefits to any any action and a person engages in the action if her perceived benefits exceed her received. The costs costs can be literal like to and from a vaccination site. The biden administration has partnered with uber and lift to provide free rides but benefits can also offer people. Something they want. New jersey is running a shot and a beer program macho says this can make a needle in the arm. Seem fun ause you. They might go without with a friend or a group of friends and get vaccinated together and then go out and get their free beer and incentives. Like new york's free tickets to a mets or yankees game. Also whisper freedom like. Hey remember when we high five strangers after home runs without fear gretchen chapman who studies vaccine behavior at carnegie mellon says incentives usually work on people who only need a little push and researchers. Don't know if they'll work for the covid vaccine like to have for others
FuboTV Shares Rise on Better-Than-Expected Q1 Results, Subscriber Growth
"Percent this morning. After these streaming sports company raised guidance for the full fiscal year this was after revenue more than doubled in the first quarter. A how how. How real is this rise in the stock because this is i'm not hating on fubo. Tv but my first thought. When i saw this was. I wonder how much of this is a short squeeze so interesting survey. They grew their subscriber base at five hundred ninety thousand paid subscribers their total revenue like you said grew hundred and thirty five percent year over year. Two hundred nineteen point seven million their advertising revenue actually two hundred six percent to twelve point six million their subscription revenue increase two hundred and thirty one percent. So it's reaching a lot of subscribers but it still their overall base is still not Not massive in the way that you might expect some other streaming platforms if you think of streaming a lot of people think of youtube tv or who are net flex so this is still a very small player in the space like you said. It really focuses on sports so it is there. It has a lot of sports offerings. It also has forty three of the top fifty networks one hundred twelve channels so theoretically. It's for everyone but definitely for that. sports fanatic. And you're not to be interested in it. So the they mentioned launching a betting platform as well So like like. I said they have a pretty small base Their market caps only two point four billion in a really massive a massive area with a lot of tailwinds as people are getting more and more into court. Cutting you still see about seventy eight million people in the us with legacy cables that there are still people who need to come come over to the other side and court cut so it was a really really stellar quarter really stellar start fubo As as people see that pent up demand going back into live sports but because that basis so small. It's really impressive. But it's still not these staggering numbers. You come to associate On netflix hulu. It really is going to be
AP-NORC poll: Border woes dent Biden approval on immigration
"A new poll finds president Biden's handling of immigration policy could be a weak point for the new administration a new poll by the Associated Press in the N. or C. center for public affairs research finds approval of president Joe Biden's efforts on immigration is lacking forty two percent of Americans say they approve of how the president is handling immigration in general forty four percent say they approve of how he's handling border security but that's significantly lower than the sixty one percent who say they approve of how Biden is handling his job overall forty percent of Americans disapprove of president Biden's handling of children reaching the nation's southern border without their parents that's compared with twenty four percent who approve and thirty five percent who don't have an opinion one respond in a trump supporter in Wisconsin said he feels Biden has allowed the world to feel it's okay to just come on in I'm Jennifer king
Most Americans Support Tougher Guns Laws
"Americans support tougher gun laws. That's what new usa today. Ipsos poll found but is washington bureau. Chief susan page tells us republicans support has fallen and the issue is even more partisan than it was a few years ago. We took this poll on tuesday and wednesday right after that terrible mass shooting in boulder the second shooting in the space of a week in the united states. And it's similar to paul. We took about two years ago in august. Twenty nine thousand nine. That was also in the aftermath of two terrible shootings. The ones in el paso in dayton on the one hand. Two thirds of americans support tougher gun laws. So that's a really significant majority but the news poll is it. Support among republicans has fallen off a cliff when we asked this question two years ago. Fifty four percent of republicans a majority republicans supported stricter gun laws. That's dropped to a third thirty five percent.
"thirty five percent" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Found that thirty first thirty five percent of those who either lent money a credit card or co sign for a loan have been burned by the experience and often the relationship was. partly cloudy skies today highs are gonna be around eighty two right now fifty nine at seven thirty four and now you know things to Toby until these top stories here ninety seven point one wash FM listen you know the headlines can be just less than positive less than good and that's why we choose to stand up to the bad news with happy headlines some stories that we think might squeeze your heart shed some light on some good news might give you something to talk about that's not so. that round happy headlines for that next year in ninety seven point one wash FM so we actually a mark thanks for listening to so we actually in the morning Denise Williams now this is Washington's variety let's hear it for the book. songs from way back through today DC is ninety seven point one wash FM. there's no way you roll your eyes. takes me back to a. or the sun everything is good. no you're the only thing. China's woman. this guy was coming. so what do you. did. is that can be long. soon you'll stay with me tonight. is it is so wrong. the one on. all right which will be a chilly in the morning at ninety seven point one wash FM it's time for a round of Happy headlines now if you don't know what these are these are what they say they are happy headlines headlines that shed light on the good instead of all of this blind that we face every day in the news producer Caylus in the studio.
"thirty five percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Than thirty five percent of its energy needs from cold although most hard black cold is imported lignite told brown cold is still mind in several places in Gemini. my name's Michael fueling I'm with the art of the public relations department and currently I'm acting here as a tour guide. seeing here is an open cast mine for late night as you can see it's not a circular hold it gets bigger and bigger in diameter rather it's the energy company W. E. R. I. V. eight runs the open because lignite mine Hambach west of Cologne Michael is showing a group of school children around they've been inspired by the Swedish environmental campaigning cut to tune back and ten year old Sabrina tells him than not happy with the coal mine in that area I. I think I don't think everything is okay we are protesting because we don't think it is I'm we want everyone to understand that we have to do something about it and they have to listen to us I have that W. E. mines in the region employ about ten thousand people and creates another twenty five thousand jobs for contracted so come Michael see the mind closing in the long term certainly because I mean it's finite but in the short term I'm pretty skeptical of that Germany accounts for something like two percent of the world's carbon dioxide emissions so even if we shut down all German coal fired power plants today it wouldn't even make a dent in CO two emissions worldwide via thinker. one I think it's all kinda bustle food the school children is showing the rewilding that is being carried out by IWB on finished coal seam trees plants and animals are being encouraged to Rome a because of lands just a stone's throw from enormous stigmas on the surface at least Germany's energy producing heartland is changing but not as quickly as peoples and environmentalists would like. them a Wallace reporting from north west in Germany you're listening to BBC world service and weekend my name's Paul Henley. and this is a reminder today's may news Saudi Arabia says its oil production will be temporarily havde following drone attacks on two major oil.
"thirty five percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I'm not happy with that can you play that again Bob and my worst bowls of always been from fox is something going on in some state your right now and I'm not happy with that not many gas that thirty five percent of the American people who would support trump even if he shot and killed somebody in New York City and that may be many of you you pricing that's great that now trump is pissed off at fox news and he's going after fox news because remember Tom can do anything you're fine but I can't tell you some the president of the United States complaining about polls whining about polls again this should not mess NBC or CNN man he's lightning the fox there's something going on a fox they're not stroking my ego enough at fox they're not white but my brow enough at fox they're not poor me my coffee enough at fox they're not washing my feet enough at fox well tell you what you know the world's in trouble you know trumps in trouble when trump's pissed at fox news you mellow shop is going on but I don't know I'm gonna gas that if your part of it not thirty five percent like you're part of the other sixty five percent if trump did shoot and kill somebody in New York City you would like it and you no longer supported this is like part of what drives these people away from trump and I want you to listen to me those of you who love trump those of you who want trump to win this is the kind of stuff that trump talks about in winds about and complains about that will make it that does make it harder for Donald Trump to get reelected can you think of any other president who cried and whined about as polls as much as this guy by the way can you think of any other president in the history of the universe that was so like obsessed with his polls and then try and went on to talk about well maybe maybe maybe he won't even show up for debate up at one of fox news's debates if they keep it up give me trying to but I think they're making a big mistake.
"thirty five percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"thirty five percent" Discussed on KTRH
"From our normal activities here on the program. Normally I'm sharing with you. The latest and greatest news and information that is applicability, your personal finances. What I want to do now is something that's more, evergreen more timeless more basic and fundamental for your personal finances. And the reason I'm doing this is because of a survey that TIAA has produced that demonstrated only sixteen percent of Americans have a high level of financial literacy. And in the survey, they asked people, do you, understand the following words. Do you know what a stock is thirty five percent? Don't know what a stock is sixty percent. Don't know what capital gains and losses are and fifty six percent. Don't know what asset allocation is stocks capital gains and losses and asset allocation. So I want to share this with you, because this is fundamental as gets to your efforts to create wealth. So let me just explain this to you. And let's see if what I'm about to tell you matches with what you're understanding has been because it has profound implications for your financial future. First of all, I'm going to frame it to you in this way. What business Mayan? What business is every financial advisor stockbroker financial planner in are we in the product, business, or are we in the service business? Most people. When I asked that question that are seminars raise their hand when they say they believe I'm in the service business because after all our advice is what they're paying for. But you know what if you really get down to the deepest most basic element of this? I'm in the product business because sure my advice matters. But if you think about it, my advice is telling you what to do with your money. Buying investments, and those investments are products. You're buying a stock, or a bond or a mutual fund, or you're buying a house, or you're buying gold coins or.
"thirty five percent" Discussed on KTRH
"Thirty five percent is pretty good. Fifty seven percent of none of my books. I've been the New York Times list every time I write a book I've had how many five number one New York Times books. I never had fifty seven percent of ever. Ever. This is how they put a finger on the scale. She see. And if Stearns is forty percent off why isn't mine forty percent. And I'm nothing against him at all don't know him. Brilliant, man, actually. So it has been with him. Why why would they do this though forty percent and mine's thirty five percent? I think I know why. They think they can affect who's number one. Who's number two? Who's number three that's going to work with you. That's not gonna work with my audience. Thirty five percent office fine at speak. Most books are not thirty five percent off. But only mention that because it doesn't seem terribly fair to me. Particularly Michelle Obama at Fifty-seven percent of and she's fifty seven percent on ladies and gentlemen, day and night every day. So they're hawking her book. I just noticed this. Well, cares. Right. Whether you've got a five mile commute or your road trip and that kinda road trip but road tripping across the country, you wanna feel secure behind the wheel..
"thirty five percent" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Thirty five percent rate of survival experts are hopeful for a less invasive more reliable option in Seattle, researchers at the Ben in Catherine Ivy center for advanced brain tumor research at Swedish neuroscience institute are committed to improving survival rates and finding a cure through innovative research and clinical trials. Join the Ivy center at the twelfth annual Seattle brain cancer walk on Sunday may fifth at Seattle center to show your support walk with a team with your family or join the countless others by registering at brain cancer, walk dot org. Proceeds directly impact the work at the Ivy center in support of brain cancer research. That's the twelfth annual Seattle brain cancer walk on may fifth at nine AM. Learn more at brain cancer, walk dot org. That's brain cancer. Walk dot org. Z girls is a nonprofit group that works with girls aged eleven to sixteen based on the principle that there are tools that you can learn to build confidence founder, Delina Higgins and other women outlets teach girls skills, like working through problems, and they practice them through sports rock climbing, for instance. So when they're stuck on that wall physically experiencing a moment where the kick at beyond it. We get to coach them through. We could say, okay. What are you thinking right now? What's the challenge? I can't do this. I can't make it and we say well, can you lift your right hand up to that rock, can you lift your left hand? Can you step up use your legs? And you just watch them physically experience something that they're overcoming. And they realize that moment that they have what it takes to overcome these challenges that they think they can't overcome. That's why Bonneville Seattle is.
"thirty five percent" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Only thirty five percent of the time or the arc of by tenure as police board president we reverse that. And we held police officers accountable. Seventy three percent of the time, and it would have been higher. And also as president preckwinkle knows. I took no private cases related to the police department when I was serving in those appointed position. So that's just let's advances conversation. This next question is for the both of you in September of two thousand sixteen I traveled to Detroit to interview the police chief James Craig that city's homicide homicide rate has decreased for two straight years with some of the lowest homicide numbers in nearly five decades. Keith Craig Burley, Chicago is fixable as well. His answer is not to hire new police officers, but to clean house and work with the officers we already have. So my question is is Chicago fixable. How do you plan to fix it immediately and specific? Please president park winkle. Thank you very much. I believe that it's really important that we address the challenges in our police department. You know, early in my teaching career I lost a student to convenience, and I know how impactful how devastating that is to the to the communities that that are that face that violence. Everyone has the right to feel safe in their home and in their community and the first priority of the mayor has to ensure that people are safe in their homes, and that involves better cooperation between police and the community because that's the only way in which you can really solve crimes. We've invested a lot in technology. We've invested a lot in cameras and shot spotters. But the real way to address those challenges is through better police community relations, we have to invest in community policing. We have to invest in better training and supervision of our police officers, and we have to invest in holding our police officers accountable for actually solving crimes, but we can't do this. With police officers alone. We have to invest in the community based organizations that do the difficult work of violence prevention, anti recidivism, restorative Justice. This makes it possible for our communities to be safe. Thank you, miss light. But you have a minute. Oh, I actually know chief Craig from Detroit spent a lot of time talking with them as we were doing the work of the police accountability task force which president prankul praised me for before. She's decided she was going to run for mayor CD of courses fixable. It has to be fixable because literally lives depend upon it. We have the roadmap and the tools that we need. It starts with the police accountability task force. We laid out a series of recommendations and findings sadly, most of which have not been picked up. But that is the underpinnings for the department of Justice Obama report that now many of those proposals are embodied in the consent decree, but we've got to go beyond the consent decree, and I've offered a very specific detailed suggestions on how we can do that. But fundamentally we have to make sure that our police department as well trained while resource, and that officers understand that respectful constitutional engagement with the communities that they're sworn to serve and protect our most important tool. And of course, we. Need to bridge that divide by taking those steps we've reached out to experts in various fields across Chicago. Some of them. You're going to recognize for their thoughts about the future of our city. And we turn now to a question from Lawrence masala of the civic federation or the city's financial situation. In spite of mayor Emanuel and.
"thirty five percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"A thirty five percent shooting. They dropped their second in a row after winning four straight twenty two for Spencer Dinwiddie pair of goals, Harare, the wild at home dump the Rangers five to the blue shirts getting forty-one saves from Henrik Lundqvist, but they lost their third in a row. A two one loss to the slumping Red Wings for the auditor's Detroit. Lost twelve or thirteen coming in their goalie. Jonathan burning was terrific. It is coach Barry Trump's was seemingly pleased with how his team perform. Well. At the end of the day. I didn't mind we had good battle effort. We had lots of chances. And it's one of those games where you know, they you're sitting sitting there and you're looking up at the scoreboard they have shots. And I've got the lead in the game. You battle through that. That's the sports sometimes the owls many two game winning streak ended a half a dozen homers for the Yankees, including number six on the spring for Aaron judge in one for gleyber Torres. It has seventeen seven victory over the Blue Jays who played a split squad. The Mets gonna Michael Conforto home earn eleven six loss to Miami in Florida entering round for the Players Championship today. Jon Rahm is a one shot lead at fifteen hundred par over both. Tommy Fleetwood Andro remarkable ROY Major League Soccer in their home opener and Harrison, it was the red bulls. Getting by the San Jose earthquakes four to one with the Bloomberg sports update. I'm Frank Garrity. Masters in business with Barry ritholtz on Bloomberg radio. My extra special guests this week. Is Matthew grenade is the chief market intelligence officer at.
"thirty five percent" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Why replace the wood flooring for thousands of dollars where you can just Ed Wood flooring to the picture for twenty five bucks? This was interesting last year Redfin. Surveys show that some twenty percent of homebuyers made an offer and a house. They never visited it was thirty five percent in two thousand seventeen these virtual stagers say that doctoring listing photos can protect the privacy of sellers and adding things like virtual furniture house people imagined space. Now, I'll tell you we've got enough to worry about we don't need to worry about deep fake living rooms to and finally what does blockbuster video have in common with save Stonehenge and the Roman Coliseum. Well, there's only one of each that's right at the end of this month. The blockbuster location in Perth, Australia is going to close his doors for good. Then the only blockbuster left on the planet is gonna be an Oregon. Remember when you once had to go to a store rent, a movie on a disk or tape to watch it at home. Yeah. I do too. The familiar blockbuster storefront shows up in the new captain marvel movie, by the way, and you jump back. Fifteen years blockbuster was huge. They had more than nine thousand locations worldwide was a simpler time you just could rent a VHS or DVD using that Connick laminated membership card. Well, you may be too young to understand behind and rewind. It was once a well-known slogan along with those dreaded late fees, but blockbuster isn't extinct yet. If you're into Ben Oregon visit what's now become a tourist attraction and sell souvenirs trinkets and its own signature craft beer, and now the gap Tori secret family door K mart. So many others retailers are closing their locations doing large part for technology as I always like to say if you don't innovate. You're gonna evaporate. All right. Let's talk for a moment about your home. And here's something interesting. Studies show that security systems they do deter burglars. It's a fact, but there's still a burglary every eight seconds in America. How well think about it burgers just don't give up because some houses have security systems. They just find a house that well, isn't protected don't let that house be yours. Get the most innovative security system that money can buy talking about simply safe. Simply safe believes fear has no place in your home..
"thirty five percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"From thirty to thirty five percent to forty to forty five percent of sales. He says. Change is passed onto the diner. Services can suffer because of fewer people on the floor or more restaurant will explore the fast casual format over full service once. Calling to Why c hospitality alliance survey close to ninety percent of respondents expect to raise menu prices this year? Lalita a small restaurant. I mentioned in Chinatown menu prices every already increased by ten to fifteen percent. Ripple effect too. Former that has employees or picking fruit. He's got to increase labor costs because of the loss, which means he has to increase his fruit prices, which means we have to pay more to buy fruit. And so it says it goes on down the chain. Now, there's some econ one on one lessons here. Reducing restaurant staffing result results in a decline in customer service that translates into longer wait times a less attentive waitstaff, which is really equivalent to a price increase for customers. Also. The increases in the city minimum. In addition to directly increasing labor costs affects labor costs employee's of companies that also higher minimum wage workers. That supply the food. That's apply. The liquor supply the restaurant applies. It causes a ripple effect all throughout the industry. And even for worker to keep their job a higher minimum wage as I said earlier does not necessarily translate into higher weeky earnings, especially if you're hours for reduced for example, forty hours per week at thirteen dollars an hour generates higher pretext earnings, then thirty three dollars if the higher fifteen dollars minimum wage. Altogether. It has been a bomb dropped on restaurants in New York. And that's New York. Imagine what a fifteen dollars minimum wage gonna do in places where the cost of living is even lower than New York. This is what these guys want to do what George McGovern said, the former democratic Senator. You ran for president. He said I wish I had known with these laws do to people before I got into the private sector. He went bust. Here's what an said about relief factor. It has changed. My life is the only thing I can say been exercising for years. My shoulder is in bad bad shape. It's swelling. It hurts. It goes numb during the night. Well, I heard about relief factor on the radio..
"thirty five percent" Discussed on KOMO
"Deborah Kerns spoke with Tom hutler. Tell us about the age groups seem to have the most angst over becoming new homeowners. Our survey found that nearly two-thirds sixty three percent millennial homeowners in particular have regrets when it comes to their home purchase, and they're more inclined to feel this remorse than any other age group. And it's almost double the rate of baby boomers at thirty five percent. So it's a substantial amount and the number one thing they're regretting is the unexpected costs that come with buying a home, and that that will down to the maintenance and repairs that they weren't anticipating. So mental millennials defy by ages twenty three to thirty eight. So they're a little surprised that you have to buy things for the house. And again, keep it up. Well, I it really, you know, I think when you look at the repairs come, you know, if you're buying older home, especially know, you need to have some savings cushion set aside to cover a broken furnace or air conditioning unit that goes out and a lot of. Coming straight from renting they're not prepared for that. They used to call the Lord to do all those things for them. So it's definitely a shock to the system. Sure, you used to be considered the boning home is the American dream do stupid people still feel that way at bouley regrets aside. Seventy nine percent of the survey respondents still consider homeownership to be part of the American dream. And that's ahead of other top choices like retirement and having a successful career and owning a car. So they still value it. But our survey also found that there's barriers that exist to about half of the respondents fifty one percent said they don't have enough income to buy a home four and ten can't afford the downpayment closing costs. And so these are for folks who don't own a home. Deborah, can you give our listeners a little way to avoid that buyer's remorse through research and planning and things like that. So when it comes to the unexpected maintenance repairs, I think what's important is you have to get that home inspection right up front in a lot of competitive market. Folks might be tempted to waive the home inspection contingency or skip a homosexual together because so tight and competitive, but you really wanna know what you're getting into before you buy relying on the advice of a realtor walking with you through all these homes to maybe point out some things that you might miss her. Tends to be an emotional thing. I think for buyers, but you really need to consider the investment you're making an investment found one given all the expenses that might come later. And then I would say the final thing is one of the other regrets. We saw folks feel like your mortgage payment was to hire their mortgage rate was too. I you really have to shop around research has been done. The people are leaving thousands on the table by only getting one quote, you want to get at least I was three to five even or even book with broker can shop around for you. It's really important that you do all that legwork up front. So you don't feel those twinges for worse later. Deborah. Thanks, all those tips are very good, and you can read more on that reported Bank rates dot com. That's komo's Tom hutler. Speaking with thank rates, Deborah Kerns, the US economy slowed in the final months of two thousand eighteen ABC's. Mark Remillard looks at a new report from the Commerce Department. The Commerce Department says growth in gross domestic product slow to two point six percent in the fourth quarter, a drop from three point four percent growth rate in the third quarter. The government says slower consumer spending was the biggest factor in the slow down while the thirty five day government shutdown. Also shaved off an estimated tenth of a percentage point. Mark Remillard, ABC news, Washington. Komo news time to.
"thirty five percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"The Bloomberg news desk. Morning charity. Stocks opened lower today. Dow futures down one forty three s and p futures down seventeen points three senators have asked the FCC to find out of US wireless carriers are slowing down popular apps without telling us this comes after Bloomberg reported, the companies are slowing internet traffic to and from apps like YouTube and net. Flicks a decade after the recession more than one in eleven mortgaged properties in the US is considered seriously underwater, that means they're worth less than the balance of the mortgage. Cleveland Detroit, Chicago Atlantic City in Virginia Beach or showing pockets of severely distressed mortgaged housing stock Correze, oh oil and gas slashing its capital spending plans for the year by third the shale producer plan to generate positive cash. Flow by the third quarter of the year Korea will idol two to three drill rigs in the Permian basin. Another Regan the eagle Ford is part of its thirty five percent spending cut right now. The Dow futures are down one hundred. Forty-one points live with the Bloomberg business report. I'm Ed Corry on NewsRadio. Twelve hundred w o a sad. Breaking news on the hour at the half and anytime at W dot com. Brought to you by Primo plumbing. Now, traffic and weather together from the amazing exterior siding windows doors in more traffic center, rubbernecking slowing drivers down around a couple of accidents. Northbound two eighty one at worst by Parkway's right near the entrance ramp may involve a motorcycle. So that's gonna be a while before they get that reopened. If you're southbound thirty five up around three nine on the city's northeast side got an accident partially blocking that right lane. See a problem yourself. Let us know better. Call the tip line at two one seventy five twenty six so one Megan Bishop NewsRadio twelve hundred w this report is sponsored by blue EMU. I am my.
"thirty five percent" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast
"Iheartmedia dot com, we'll read your emails, and I think I just want to throw in the fact that I cannot believe that this kind of evil exists and that so so much Bill exists that one in six American women go through this. That's g mind boggling to me. I think the stat that I'm seeing is that fifteen to thirty five percent of a salt or rape victims report it, and I think that's why talking about it does do something because removing the stigma and the shame makes people feel like they should and can report it. You know, I'm just reading this. I think if there's anything we can do to figure out how to solve the issues with performing the rape kits. I guess it says a lot of hospitals. You know, are not some people aren't trained to to perform the rape kit accurately, there's insurance issues all kinds of state and federal laws that are murky and unclear even to legal experts just big complicated issue. It is. And that's what we need help. I think an open dialogue is the only way to to progress to a place of some understanding. So. Good on Kalem Kaelin for keep calling her Kaelin Kaelin for starting this open dialogue. Gosh, I so we're accurate emergency rooms should not and are not supposed to turn people away regardless of their ability to pay, but that applies to licensed hospitals with emergency department. The loophole. Is it does not apply to license free standing emergency medical care facilities, and it's difficult to interpret, you know, the meaning of all this. But there are significant loopholes. And I think that's what some of these women may be experiencing Mark do we have any emails about this? Well, this is a very heavy one. And actually, there's something that you might want to clarify, actually. So it's probably worth reading. Do you better nationally? I really appreciate the honesty and vulnerability when Kaelin said she felt safe with Colton that rang so close to home for me when someone is taking your security from you a person who truly makes you feel safe loved and accepted as a rare thing that you hold onto. I was raped when I was fifteen by my boyfriend. It took me months to tell anyone because I was so shamed. And thought it was my fault. I tortured myself for a long time, it was incredibly self destructive. I finally told someone after my second suicide attempt. Shame is a powerful emotion that can completely consume you. I did want to point out a comment that actually made when she interjected and said, I would have no idea what it feels like to be a victim. There was an undertone of. I'm not the kind of person who would be in that situation because that was a virgin for so long. This is the kind of comment that kept me from telling my story. It's these subtle comments from women who otherwise are trying to build up other women that make the shame feel all the more overwhelming. Thank you again for these candid conversations, absolutely not what I meant by that. Was I only think I could begin to conceptualize the pain that these victims go through, and I didn't wanna speak on behalf of them. I think that's fair. Let's fair. I I'm so sorry that that came across in that tone. I I'm so sorry. If you thought that there's no easy way to move on. I have zero idea how to move on. So. Let's take a break for a second. Pause. Good glass of water come back, and we'll recap everything that happened in the last episode with Colton. Coming back to the podcast. This is the almost famous podcast. And we're here to talk to you today about ZipRecruiter. You know, it's not smart job boards that send you candidates that aren't qualified for the role you posted. But you know, it is.
"thirty five percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Refining assets. The first phase four dollar per barrel. Ten when we re today the one point one minibar per day. I think that our break-even receiving on all our founding. At sector to one one point four dollars per barrel. Very low break, even and. The capacity will be in the first phase of about thirty five percent. Australia has joined the US Israel and several Latin American countries in recognizing the leader of Venezuela's national assembly at the country's interim President Nicolas Maduro election to sixty eight presidential term loss GM has been widely criticized the fraud designed to keep him any military allies in power despite the country's years longs file into chaos and poverty, at least two hundred people still missing. And the latest is also a hit Brazil's mining industry. Tailings dam owned by valet collapsed in Manosque Araya state going similar failure three years ago. Volley says rising water levels at another. It's dance in the area has prompted further evacuations global news twenty four hours a day on additive, take talk on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm at about rule is this is. Thank you. Back to our top story. White House official is.
"thirty five percent" Discussed on Full Court Press
"What's the outcome of ever gets in the range of thirty five percent three point shooting? God help the league. That's who I landed on. Although there are so many deserving players this year Yang assist, just doing more. Both ends of the court making more impact elevating his team in the way that no one else. That's quite doing it all to what harden has been doing. Okay, you're Greg. Well, I struggle with this a lot. I thought I'm not going with hard and just because I think a real MVP guy who makes players around better. That's the coach saying that. And like, I said, it's not sustainable. It's not what he's doing sustainable from a team standpoint. I like an to Westbrook putting up monster numbers and some years and just knowing there. They don't have really a prayer in the playoffs that I play that way. Maybe know I'm not saying they can't win the playoffs. But of Chris Paul comes back to get back to. Way they're applying, you know, last year going into the playoffs or you know, into the playoffs went Chris Paul is playing they could get back in that. But if they enter the playoffs what they have today. Playing the way they are playing today. You know, it just won't work. Like, I think you hit the have the Golden State is really hard to suss out the individual impact. I can't argue with you on us. I mean at all I mean at all I think, you know, academically cast my vote that way on the one of the guy that I looked at was Kawai. I'm just I think the situation it came into first year player on the team with a first year coach and that team not skipping a beat. Elite Lee elite office a player and still very much. A lockdown defender. And I still landed on always mistime lately landed on Brown and just the overall game that he has the overall impact that he has you know, he had that team really really pointed the right direction before he got hurt I expect when he comes back. They're going to they've been kind of tread water..
"thirty five percent" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Are we have in house model? It shows about thirty five percent. You know, there's economic baseball those market base model fed model shows twenty five, you know, the, you know, so it's it's it's kind of say, my my feeling call the twenty five percent, what are you expecting for earnings growth and this year. So so we clearly do wanna see a little bit of how the earning season pens, but we think mid to high single digits like four this year, and then some multiple expansion as well. Well, at least we think station of multiple or not for construction. You know, maybe depends a bit of an and also in the path of economy. The volatility that we saw in the last quarter of the year when we see that again this year is that. So so so so we will see more frequently these type of episodes, and I been writing about that for last five years, you know, so calm thousand fifteen and and February two last year and then Tober in December. So I think these type of liquidity seizures will see them. And but they typically happen from the high point of leverage, you know, like so you really fairly quickly liquidity kind of shoots up. You know? So everybody feels good. And then you need get slammed. Likud disappears. Systematic sellers come out and sell option hitching program Celso. So you have these kind of little Taylor events. You know, like, so so I think we will see them. But I just I we just saw three or four like over December. So I think we could be in for like a little bit of a real levering reloading phase. So that's why I think basically positioning is something that I think can drive market hired despite the consensus, which is very bad running out of time ARCO, but I mean in in the of of machine trading, I wanna blame the machines this. I'm not trying to fault anybody or anything for volatility. But in this day and age where you can get in. Positions much faster than in the past. These bouts of all tilles volatility may not be surprising. In fact, them occurring more frequently seems like that would have to be the norm at this point you go through cycles, much faster. Right. You do you know, we used to have one every three years and now we have two or three every year. You know, like, so I'm fortunately that might be a norm. Given the sort of structure of liquidity traffic can quickly pull liquidity back or provide liquidity. And some of these, you know, programmatic flows, it could be option hedging programs. It could be Quonsett could be you know, insurance industry. But a lot of things do go out to file it Marco. Thank you, always get to see you. Thank you climbing to get to three thousand Mark does a great job. And he doesn't like price targets gonna give him that. But you gotta if you if you give SNP earnings about one hundred six dollars, which by the way, I think it's probably high this year, given what we're seeing that's a nineteen multiple to get the three thousand. I don't know how you get to a nineteen multiple in the environment that we find ourselves in. So look can we get to? Thousand when you're spending this market, you tend to be wrong. But I just have a hard time mathematically getting there. So we've got a year on target of twenty eight fifty and we get to that by looking at twenty twenty earnings being right around one hundred eighty bucks and the multiple expanding a little bit out to about fifteen point eight. So we're little little shy the three thousand Mark. So you know, what I'm left off with you have Europe, you have Japan, and you have to China teetering on what could be a recession you have Powell..