11 Burst results for "Three Times A Year"
Bloomberg Radio New York
"three times year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On Bloomberg radio Good Thursday morning from the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York City and from the heart of Texas to our worldwide audience central bankers around the world are following the fed's lead in raising global interest rates housing data this morning was disappointing illustrates the impact of higher rates equity futures they point to a sharply lower open this morning The vix was hired just over 31 yields They move higher as well to ten year treasury Now yielding 3.42% on the commodities front WTI crude oil slightly lower just under $115 per barrel gold is higher just above 1830 and ounce of Bitcoin It is lower yet again at just above $21,000 per token To get some more color this morning on those markets here at Bloomberg markets correspondent pretty good They're pretty what are you looking at Paul you said deep in the heart of Texas as I was expecting you to break out into song Maybe next time Maybe next hour Well I'm going to hold you to that You've had an hour to prepare learn all the lyrics Let's talk about what's moving in this market though because I want to start off with the tech story the apple story we have to use it as this Beacon for tech broadly And this is really important when it comes to you know John Tucker reminded me of this morning every time Apple has hit its $3 trillion mark or $8 trillion milestone 1 trillion 2 1 trillion 3 trillion It has signaled some sort of correction in the S&P 500 That's because apple's kind of used as this proxy Not just protect broadly but in some ways as a proxy for the S&P 500 So you do see those shares AAPL down 2.2% and really you can see that kind of pain reflected across the market as well Let's go to some of these other tech names so Tesla for example TSAs your ticker down a whopping 4% this morning Now electric reporting that they are looking to perhaps increase prices for a third time year to date by as much as $6000 across their lineup dealing with a lot of those macroeconomic issues Paul That's amazing I mean that's even Matt Miller who's not a big electric car fan at the moment That would even hit him I think as well Yeah absolutely And I wonder how many other car dealerships are going to have to start hiking up prices just to keep up and already we know EVs aren't exactly the most affordable cars on the market out there There's nevertheless investors not taking that well It's also look at Twitter because we mentioned Tesla we gotta mention Twitter This time actually one of the few stocks I think one of the four or 5 stocks in the pre market moving higher up to the tune of about 2% twt is your ticker This comes after Elon Musk or it's been reported I should say that Elon Musk is planning a meeting with Twitter employees that starts at 12 p.m. New York time today So of course we're going to keep our eye on that The assumption here is that the fact that he's taking the time to meet with the Twitter employees reassures investors that perhaps he is actually going to go through with this deal poll let me leave you with this last one Kroger shares KR is your ticker Down 3.3% Tom is a new This is important when it comes to their earnings story They did report earnings They were expected to beat their earnings wish they did they also raised their forecast Exactly But those shares are down once again it's a margin story and it's overshadowing that sales beat But they're forecasting up They're forecasting up but they're still saying that even with that higher forecast they're still not going to make as much money as you would have Interesting Yeah Fascinating Pretty good to thank you For that some of the nuances may be of earnings to.
Kinda Funny Games Daily
"three times year" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"20 mobile games for mid core games and 9 new iterations of previously released titles. Which is very confusing way to say they've got a bunch of games coming out 62 specifically. The slide contains an important caveat that explains that this is only a snapshot of take two's existing development pipeline. Not all will necessarily be seen through to release. It's likely that some of these titles will not be developed through two completion, or some may be delayed, and we may also add new titles to our slate. As an example of take two not seeing every game through the completion, the company just announced that it canceled an unannounced game with associated cost of 53 million. We'll get to that that's the next story in this. To take two help of take two's ambitious plans, the company has been increasing its headcount in recent years for the latest year, take two had a development studio staff of 5046 a number that has been steadily growing in recent years. People are naturally wondering if the rumored grand theft or O 6 might be among new take two games coming over the next few years, but the company made no mention of this. So Tim initial responses to that I mean, there's not much more to say than wow, 62 games. That is utterly insane. It's interesting that, you know, why is this coming up? These financial earnings reports that they're talking to investors or whatever. It's nuts that a company as big as take two kind of still feels like they have the need to be like, yo, we got GTA online motherfuckers like the numbers speak for themselves. Let's go. Y'all don't need more. But we're going to give you more. Just in case that fails. Just in case that dips a little, it's not gonna. But just in case. And then here you go. We have 62 other games that are gonna make money to some extent. These motherfuckers just have so much cash that they're just like, yeah, you know, the rich get richer and take two best example of it of all time. Yeah, and I think there's an element of peacocking happening here where anyone in an anyone doing financials in the COVID times where financials or the health of company is constantly in question. It just feels like a good moment to be like, hey, we've got 62 video games coming. And that is basically coming on top of grander theft auto online, which is currently making more money than we will be able to spend in our lifetimes. And we've got all those video ground theft auto video games that the kids love to win they were growing up. We're putting those out again. And there is the looming question around Grand Theft Auto 6. And you know it's going to happen. They're never going to say it explicitly when it's coming out for a long, long time. But people are probably thinking Grand Theft Auto amongst those. So you look at the phrase or like this statement that they have 62 games in development and you're probably thinking immediately, well, it seems like take two is in good, good health. So I don't know, I'm going to invest or I'm going to pay attention to this company a bit more. So I think this is partly to kind of flex on that. And also it kind of softens the blow for the next story, which is take two canceling and unannounced game from before, before we get there, just going back to the GTA conversation with definitive trilogies coming out. And these being a huge deal. This is really exciting so far. It seems like they're making all the right moves. They look great. They're coming very soon. So they're nailing that excitement of announcement to you being able to purchase it. It's available on all the different consoles. Blah blah blah. Like you said so many people grew up with these games. Some of the most industry defining games of all time and they didn't just do it once. They did it three times. Year after year after year, right? There's such excitement that those games sold well, they didn't hold a candle to GTA 5, GTA 5 totally changed the game in terms of sales. Tim, what do you expect from the infinitive trilogy? Do you expect it to sell okay, sell as well as a good well selling brand new video game or do you think that, oh, it's GTA and it's gonna get that GTA 5 boost. I think it's kind of so gangbusters. Like, I think that it's gonna sell extremely well. We've seen how popular GTA continues to be. And I think the availability of weirdly, I think this is one of the better timed rereleases because we've had not only are those games difficult to play now outside of a PC, or like a mobile version, which is not the ideal way. But it's been long enough that people will feel intensely nostalgic about it. We feel nostalgic about it, and it's a game those are games that we constantly think about. And for many of us, have played multiple times up until this point. So imagine Joe schmo who hasn't been thinking about gaming intensity for a long time, suddenly seeing Grand Theft Auto III, San Andreas and vice in one package. They're going to be like, oh, hey, yeah, I'm buying that. Those are three of the games that defined my game playing history. The games that I love. So I feel like it's going to really, really travel. And then let's not forget that now they're available on platforms that they were never available for. And they are playable in interesting new ways as well. I think that this rerelease has the potential to do incredibly well. And also, I don't think rockstar or take two are looking to make a crazy amount of money immediately. I think they just push that push that game out and then they're like, that is going to pay us dividends for maybe 5 years, like probably more than that. People are always wanting to play GTA. People are always nostalgic about GTA. So if they're not jumping on it right now, a year from now, two years from now, they're probably going to want to play it. And I think that this is a steady flow of income for them, a drip feed of sales. And it's kind of like the Nintendo strategy where they release Mario kart and then Mario kart keep selling until people just older people that know Mario kart exists are dead. And then it's like, that's when it starts to slow down. So I think that's similar thing is going to happen here, and they will be making bank off of it for years to come. But yeah. Next story comes from the fourth best video game website on the Internet. Have I driven this bit into the ground yet? No. I have not. It is GameSpot dot com. And once again, post on respect on Eddie mccutcheon's name, hardest working news right in the game. Take two councils and unannounced game set to be a new superhero title from mafia free dev. As part of take two's earnings report on Wednesday, the Grand Theft Auto parent company announced that it has canceled an unannounced game that public did not say what this game was, however, though it did disclose that the cancellation of the game came with related costs amounted to $53 million following the earnings report Bloomberg's Jason schreier reported that the game in question was a new title from mafia free studio hanger 13..
BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"three times year" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast
"So you're super assets are really super duper assets and your liabilities. We haven't even talked about yet are kind of immaterial. I mean what is what liabilities do you have. What do you own dozen. Put money into your pocket cars. Oh about ontario next. Why aren't you running about antero. come on hostile. Hang mindy haven't gotten to that one yet but you're doing all the things and most people don't do this. What does the phrase. What does the the quote live like. No one else today so you can live like no one else tomorrow every year that you work. You have that year's income. I'm sorry that expenses plus next year is expensive. Plus the next year's expenses because of your investments so the next year you've already got three years of expenses right there next year you work. You've got three more years the next year work. You've got three more years and you're going to continue to add to these so the next year you work. You're going to have four more years than the next year after that. It's going to be five years. And then maybe you decide that you don't want to work your w. two anymore. So then you're only making three times year annual expenses every year just through your investments. I mean you're kind of living the exact thing that we are always preaching on this show. Spend less earn more creative business an invest wisely. And you've done yes yes yes. So that's what i want people to realize is it's really not rocket science people get paralysis analysis in don't do anything if you just consistently accumulate cash flowing assets and hold them for the long term. Then you will be fine..
How'd It Happen Podcast
"three times year" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"And and he's still in. He's in his mid nineties today. He still goes to work every day. And every time he and i you know get together which is two or three times year so now going on twenty five years. He asked me if i'm going to retire and i said melanie's like that's good because my friends who retired they're not doing very well and look at me. I'm still doing okay. And i think you ought to think about it and i look around my friends. Who are in their in their seventies and eighties Who were still working. Which means there's still mentoring me. And and they're having just as much fun today intellectually as they were when i met them twenty or thirty years ago and so it's it's just a reminder that there's always something new to do and and it's i mean if you find that right reason to get up in the morning and go hit you know it's that's what matters right Vaguely could just as easily be a hobby. Doesn't have to be building business. That just happens to be my hobby. Sure yeah and it's so. I'm it's interesting. You say that. Because i always think of myself as someone who is not going to retire because i feel like there's always some new. There's always going to be some new challenge in front of me. That's that i'm curious about that. I wanna pursue whether it leads to money or not is sort of a second second thing for me but but it's also but retirement is something that you know. There's a lot of inertia towards there's a whole industry you know. Sort of sort of makes makes whole whole industry and insurance industry. Actually that makes you know. Retirement seem like the holy grail. Just get there the great. And i'm sure for some people that's exactly the way it turns out and then i feel like there's a lot of other people who get there and they're like this is it. This is what you know. I've been saving for. This is what i've been putting off other stuff in my life or to get here and then it's like wow and then and then they become a volunteer grier at walmart. Yeah where they or they lose purpose. You know they lose purpose like you said. Your mentor said about some of his friends. You know when you don't have a future to look forward to you you know you're stuck say in the past and it's it's interesting but right you know but right now is such an interesting time in the history of business because technology is so available and so inexpensive to so many different businesses. There are things that and by the way as another reason that i wanted to kind of move on from argo is. Is you know companies in iran. A long-time have a lot of legacy systems as well as those liabilities that we talked about on the balance..
"three times year" Discussed on Fat Mascara
"Are. Guess what now. I have found one. That is not complicated. The connor not dr all in one dryer brush is kind of amazing. It has a detachable brush head so you can sort of use it like a regular hairdryer then when you put the brush hit on you can detangled dry style and volume is your hair. All in one step. It has a large oval brush. Doesn't twist wrap up your hair and these complicated ways. That are really confusing. Your hair dozen get caught in it. You use it. It's very intuitive. Almost like a round brush. Just pull it through your hair to create waves to create volume to smooth it out. It has an ion generator so that hair. Follicles much smoother. After you use it. And i love that. The bristles are flexible light. They're not hard. This isn't going to hurt your scout. The bristles are really soft. Just like a regular brush. It also has a thousand watts of power. Three heat settings a cool setting which is so good. When you're done you do the cool setting and just locks in the style and helps prevent frizz and best of all. There's an eight foot cords so you can use it away from the outlet if you wanna check out the connor not dr all in one dry brush go to connor dot com search dryer brush and order one just like i did okay john. I'm very excited to talk about this We are talking about injectables and maybe some positive hopefully hidden like i don't wanna say side effects. That sounds a bit scary but like benefits. Yeah what do you call beneficial side effect. Yeah they are the reason i wanted to talk about. This was. I always look in our facebook group at people like post pictures and they love before and after they love showing their face and i was like i'm gonna just get up there and be intimate personal with. Everybody and i decided to take a picture of the day before. I got my injectables. In case you guys haven't listened to this podcast before i would say every five ish months i might get a neuro toxin and every like six months like twice the i go see my maybe three times year. Backup what neurotoxin. People use this word yes. Neuro modulators are desportivo. Talks they are. They are micro micro completely science fabricated made beautiful toxins that freeze the muscles so that these superficial lines on your face can't move so you don't see them so it's not like you're gonna die. Correct feel like our listeners. Are like i know i know i know but i just feel like a lot of people jump into the show. They might. they might our listeners. That's true we might have people. I were like. tell me more. Yeah yeah they're yeah neuro- modulators. I think they stopped calling them. Neuro-toxins for that very reason because that word is so loaded exactly especially right now. Okay so both talks to support our new friends ziamon. What's up gwyneth paltrow. Okay yeah those are all in one category okay and then you also get to the things that if you have the eleven's between your is a big one or horizontal lines on your head things. Where if you stop the muscle movement. You won't see that line. That's what a neuro. modulator is. Four right i think filler. Hi there on a gas at villers. Also ones with like cal. I can't remember what else is. Kind of forget the the ingredient there's their radius. Yes correct correct. I get ha fillers which are highly onic acid villers there's all different viscosity of thicker ones. That lasts longer center ones. That are move more ones that have fda approval just for use in your lips are around your lips different areas and so those are more for when you have hollows or sunken inness or need to adjust the shape of your face or a big one is under the eye area to sort of build up that area. So shadows aren't as big or to help with I call them the clown lines marionette lines.
This Week in Startups
"three times year" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"Have slow revenue growth. Not three times year-over-year year. They're going ten percent year over year. Or maybe they're declining ten percent. They're slow or no growth. a lead investor and you just as a philosophy. Don't invest in bridge. Well that's a perfect example of standing pat. You don't want increase your position. And you say we're happy you know everybody always wants to know. The language user were happy with our holdings. And we don't want increase about this time very simple way to say to a founder in a very tight non-negotiable way we have hit our ownership percentage and we're not going to increase it at this time. We're happy to talk to other. Investors were happy to help you any way. We can accept. We've hit our ownership target. And i think if you're a founder that's kind of reasonable you know somebody hits ten percent ownership can going back to the well and that is the rookie mistake of early stage investors. Now putting on your founder hat okay. You're raising your follow on funding And you had a you know a really nice high valuation You know you can have to ask yourself when you're dealing with these investors if they want to put more money was this investigator work with they. Check in with me Did they help with introductions as my friend rule off both me you know you don't have to have like a really helpful. Investor a neutral investor is okay to somebody who just put in cash dozen cost problems. That's that's that's a high quality investor in a way you want high-quality investors. You're getting at tons of value as demonstrated by their reviews from other founders and the outcomes and how many outlier outcomes hat. That's really who you want when you think about firm like sequoia like okay. Trillion dollar companies apple google. They've been involved in facebook. They kind of involved in by selling instagram. And whatsapp there. Which was here with the primary. Shareholders will largest shareholders in both company. So a second founders. So you really want to pick your investors wisely if they have not been a drag and they've really helped great but you want to clearly communicate why you need the bridge round. If something went wrong you could say listen. We didn't hit the targets but we came within this amount. And here's what we're changing Giving people a plan you know asking for more money without a plan is kind of like a really weak way to go about it. It's like i lost all your money. I deployed all your capital. I didn't hit the targets. And you're like okay. What's the plan and you like. Give me more money. And that gives me twenty. Four months of runway that to me is not super compelling totally artists navy said hey we need five hundred k. Gets us twenty four months of runway. We want you to put in two hundred fifty k. Now and if we hit you know four hundred fifty thousand dollars in revenue for the year we watch it but the other two fifty and that would be a trenched financing two tranches and it's milestone base man. That sounds a lot better. Doesn't it if you were the investor. You've probably go. Well that sounds pretty reasonable. So attached financing like that is another device that sometimes investors will use will dole out the capital slowly. We've done that at times where things were going wrong. We needed to clean some stuff up. And we said you know what Okay show us that you can hit the goals and we'll we'll release the capital as you do. So that's another device that people have out there in a hot market. Some of these things don't apply companies go to the moon everybody's a genius in a down market maybe these things become too punitive towards the founders right So you have that option. There are a lot of reasons. You know for a bridge round but they just generally bridge rounds are not as strong way to present company. You really to do a proper series proper series be not bridge around at a weakness you can always open up a note which would be opportunistic. So let me tell you about that and this is totally something different Then we've talked about already. Sometimes a founder will open up a one million dollar round for ten percent of the company the seed round. You might call this angel round friends and family but let's use the word seed round seed round. It's not the series. It's only ten percent of the company's not twenty percent and they raised that seed round from twenty different investors fifty k. on average it's a party round. Nobody's leading it. It's a party round. Now you hit your million dollar go fabrics. Don't want to dilute anymore. They've really confident. And the million dollars is gonna get twenty months because they they burn so little the only bird. Fifty cam and revenues raising. Maybe they can even hit break even and then you close around in once you close around. Everybody comes out of bloomberg. Oh you closed around. Oh that famous person was in their oj. Cows in their owed. Its actors in there. Oh tomatoes in their sequoias in their. Whoever can i get in. Can i get in and and you have to say no come back in two years. We'll here's an idea. You open up another note and you say yeah. We closed the ten million dollar note. I got approval for my board and my lead investor. Or in this case we didn't have one my co-founders. We opened up another note at a seventeen million dollar cap. Were twenty percent discount to the next round and we can raise up to Two million on that note if it's of interest to you the notes going to be open for the next six months and what you'll have is people who literally just mitt missed the ten million dollar evaluation three months ago. We'll say you.
This Week in Startups
"three times year" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"You don't have enough money here. What are you gonna do. There's two final salvos you can do before selling or shutting down. 'cause that's kind of where you're getting to. There's actually three four actually one. You can run the company for free and not take salaries. I've seen people do it. You think it's crazy to you can get to break even immediately. Which is you cut half the staff your take on a consulting job and you raise your prices fifty percent and you figure out a model to get to break even or profitability so sort of cockroach mode on one end or just making severe cuts and raising your prices. Being more cutthroat getting to a place of stability is another option so one is run the company on fumes. Don't take a salary to cut staff rasiah prices and get to break even right A third one. Is this before selling your company or shutting down. The third option is to offer people Speth a sweetener a pot sweetener if they partake in this round in this bridge. So you say to. People were doing a bridge. And we're giving everybody warrants. We give them ten to one warrants. We five to one warrants. What that means is if you put it in one hundred k. We give you three to one warrants. We're gonna give you another three shares that you can buy at this price for every share. You bought now those warrants if the company succeeds. Let's say it was a dollar shave her so i gave you one hundred thousand four hundred years. I have the right to buy another three hundred thousand shares for three hundred thousand dollars anytime in the next ten years or five or whatever the the window is i would say between five and ten years is typically. What these warrants with us. So let's see the last ten years now. I have a free option. If the shares become worth two hundred dollars each. I can buy them for a dollar and get the other one hundred ninety nine fantastic. I can execute those warrants at any time and get great tax treatment long term capital gains and then with that pot sweetener can do is it can incentivize some people who are on the fence to get greedy and say you know what that's a pretty good deal. Okay i want to own more of the company and then finally pot sweetener then there comes the recap the deadly brutal recap. And what's a recap okay you know. We only have one investor who wants to invest. We raised a million dollars or twenty percent of the company. This new investor will put in five hundred k. But he wants the existing twenty percent of preferred shareholders to be common and they want to own for their million dollars. You know twenty five percent of the company but they don't want those other investors to get anything so that's called pay to play and pay to play means if you want to get advantage of that new round you have to put up money so it's kinda like putting a gun to the existing investors head and so much so that you can be sure you've burner investors and they probably will not work with you in the future if you do this technique. There are rare occasions where everybody knows. You tried your hardest. You communicated well with the investors and it just didn't work out. So what do you do you say. Listen we're recapping. The company fifty percent of the company was owned by investors thirty five percent of the founders fifteen percent volume -ployees were recapping the company all of the current shareholders will become common and they own twenty percent of the company the two founders out of the four. Who want to keep going. They're going to get thirty percent each. The new management team is going to get ten percent and the new investors who can get twenty percent. Whatever he come up with some formula like that and sometimes people will sign off on it. If you've presented it well and they feel like the other option is the company closed down if you do it and it's selfish like i own. Fifty percent of the company owns sixty percent of the company. I want ninety percent. I own forty percent of copy. Now i want on eighty percent. You probably are breaking securities law doing that because it's an inside transaction and you can get in trouble for that not that investors typically sue founders. They only do it. In the most extreme of cases i would say one out of every two or three hundred investments adventure firm might result in even the threat of legal action. Like this. because it's kinda like lighting off a grenade in a conference room like no priests going to get out of the conference room. You really do not want to go to war with your investors founders of the team and everybody because there's no time. We talked about runway earlier. There's no time for this nonsense. You pull the pin on that. Grenade homeroom blows up disaster. Everybody gets shrapnel nobody wins so founders have to very careful about this has investors you have to be disciplined and if you are keeping people up to date you are doing a great job as a founder so if the investors feel like you've kept up to date you send a the update you let them know what went wrong and you've really learned a lot from the mistakes you've made you'll increase your chances of getting that bridge round. If they in fact do bridge rounds some people literally have a policy that the firms they don't so here's an example of a bridge around that investor would probably pass on after looking at company acts And their request to be bridged. Your ten percent of the company okay. You've already placed a big bat. Yeah a lot of ownership and they have slow revenue growth. Not three times year-over-year year. They're going ten percent year over year. Or maybe they're declining ten percent. They're slow or no growth..
The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
"three times year" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast
"Yeah she was kind of maybe like coming around a little bit and then because demolish that and then she she broke off. Yeah and and the think. I think on the surface people go. Oh it's not that evil. They're just showing the girls what they would want to see right. Which is which. I think is true but you know like teddy kissing during the dare. You could argue i. I don't know it's fucking reality. Show there there are no ethics here. Yeah exactly that's why the other part is like. Yeah they had to fuck it up. Yeah like these people don't really know each other. Yeah yeah jake liberty. Are you know if you if you factor love island time like dog years okay. Maybe they're six months into a relationship but these vulcano each other so there's really no consequence to this shit they're doing and it. It was messed up to have them talk with the same time. I mean she does a bullet. I guess like definitely what's about the the worst thing at a beyond like what he did. The worst thing he said was when he's like when she kissed her three times. I wanted to focus the difference when this three. I'm like ed's it's three time year times more than one. It is pretty bad Now and then when he was like oh she's just making it sound worse than it is. It's like nah. I think actually did a pretty she. No she embellished a little bit for some of your date. She definitely embellish a little bit. And that's not really that cool like talking about how in bed he wasn't like he was pretty like all right usually on your side. I'll see my mind. Yeah the only pass i gave there was. Maybe there was stuff that wasn't in the edit. Yeah that's true. But maybe you know i feel like they would have used it. Yeah yes they wear their mics and shit when they go to see. Yeah so if he really said that why wouldn't they show that. That'd be great drama. So maybe she did embellish some of it but the rest of it. I think she did a pretty straight line job leah. He did kiss her three times and he was used has netted out. Yeah yeah it was. That was the best. That's the best liked thing they say to try and justify it after is like i just needed to compare the two. It's an another thing you'd never say to a girl you're like. What are you doing. You had to had to compare her to you like dude. What are you saying. Only love island brainwashed you into saying some dumb shit ab test. I just wanted to see. She uses like a little bit less tongue than you. Which honestly i didn't like because i love how much tongue you you after i slob down her face. I knew your face was for me. Yeah exactly she gives way better head though that you should definitely work on because after testing both i'd say i like her knob game her. She's a real knob head. If you know what i'm saying is we're talking about getting getting knocked off rafe. She gave me no. Nope knobs meal. Did she give belen prov. Another an account from glasgow. Listen as like. May i'm cringe. Changing guys were take another quick break.
Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast
"three times year" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast
"Or to house wastewater is. You can't just release whether it's Uh speights or comprom- ej from acid. Mine can't release this stuff back into the Environment at least not without a whole lot of treatment but in the case of acidly like it's just going to sit there got thousands of these mines all over the world and they've got a fairly good track record but just because there's so many even a one percent. Aol ray on a tailings dam or reservoir still is refounded a year. So you can imagine yeah like this type of ecosystem altering event happening three times years somewhere in the world like eventually it's going to be bad like it's gonna be a real bad day if one of these more poisonous waste waters spills into a residential area war. No in the article add brought up a visit bristol bay or the boundary waters. Oh the which had had proposed wretches metal mines oath are both of which are proposed sides precious metal mines one of them bristol. Bay is the largest and most important source for the salmon industry vision. So i was gone. We would lose that entire while. Resource and boundary waters is a huge atra wilderness. Area out year. It's a it's a wild scenario to think of you know It's something we definitely have to make a conscience effort to think about just just as as we leave our human footprint on this world We just have to have the ability to consider the damage they were doing. And the potential impact in you know there's always going to be a need for consumerism. Jibes things the way they do so you always have to consider the fact that those minor things are going to be there. But i think doing the right thing. And finding ways to protect those precious environment that we have or ecosystems. Something is easy is like. Hey should i fertilize my yard or should. I not fertilize my yard. You know what's going grow their what's not going to grow their like that has impacts of its own so you have to kind of do a risk assessment. Every time you see one of these things come up because every time a site gets owes they say. Oh it's one. it's safe plan. But as i pointed out like the numbers can be a little bit misleading on paper. But when you take it out auto context running a.
Boomer & Gio
"three times year" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"My going to be like anything maybe seeing danger. I don't really see just a guy standing by the subway strolling through phone. Some guy walks by. Hey you wanna mess with me are just some guy in his way to work your punk era. What are you looking at him. That's why this is not a good situation. I don't want after mean. I do want to use the thing but i put myself in a tough spot and also we we occasionally but what three times year we have those random checks that are set up. I don't i don't stay going your bags good but they don't. We've set it up so the cops aren't allowed to do anything anymore. So they're not going to search your bags all right. No i'm not. I'm not worried about that anymore. The illegal people tell me they smoke weed right in front of police now that the police are told not to do anything about it. Oh i did talk to a police officer who went through new marijuana train over the weekend. I what is it. it's basically hands off. That's great let everybody whatever you want to stay as you drive down the ally and you don't have your filtration system on your car and your smell on it. You know the guy in front of you is smoking now is that guy. Is smoking weed in his car in front of me on the lie going sixty five miles an hour. And that's where you get your tasers ready in just perfect. Could you light a blunt with your teaser. Is i don't think so. No but like they're letting people they they don't want the police to get involved in the marijuana things. But if i open a beer on the street that's not legal. That can't do that even though it's illegal to drink beer. I got an open container ticket. When i was twenty two years old outside of madison square garden and i was just sitting there brown bagging drinking one of those twenty two ounce cans and comes up at the second i see him. I just quickly throw it in the garbage. It comes up because you kidding me. And he went into the garbage pulled out the beer then gave me the open container ticket. Yeah well that was back then. These times i had to go to court for that and take a course called cloud the quality of life. Course they're still offering that. I don't think certainly not no one's graduating now. So the guy who always says got has the mattress over their in house So you know my friend. I always say. He says sacrifice thick. It was me and him who got the open container ticket so they bring us up to this quality life course and we have to walk through a room where all people who got arrested and were like getting processed for the night brandon was just like a lot of vagabonds and stuff so this is bringing us through this room. Friend in that voice goes someone check. The quality of life in here in the cop goes. Excuse me nothing. It was just ridiculous ridiculous experience for drinking a beer street. Go to court. So what what did you learn at this quality of life class to not drink beer in the street basically because those are the rules. You know where you're allowed to drink beer where you're not allowed to didn't open container in the city in the rules in the city i've got out. There's no more rules. Yeah no more rules. Yeah yeah so. Let's just start. Tasted people in the street y. Not threats threats actually. Don't do that. we're just joking. Yes mark chernoff for just joking. We're not going to be tasting anybody. Robbie hicksville robbie what's happening. Hey guys great..
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"three times year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"But all I have is so security and I'm gonna take my husband so secure. It's about $3200 a month. So round number. She was short about five grand a month, and she had no idea how toe sort of fix that when her husband was alive. He took care of everything. But for her, she just needed a steady paycheck, so it's important. For her in this case, to take a portion of our money and design it So it gives her that steady paycheck. No matter what. I wonder how many people who are listening to us right now have that box of stuff my mom and dad used to have. Ah, lock box of fire box. You know that kind of thing, And then they throw all their important papers in there. That's literally what they did. They threw all their important papers in there, and then they shut the box and then you don't think about it. But, you know, somewhere along the line, you got to take those papers out. And you got to make some sense of it and you actually have to put pen to paper. As you say, Sam and and figure out how is this all going to work, and we're coming to retirement with 41 case. They don't end in a check, just like our parents had that pension, so we got to figure that out, and sometimes you kind of shrug your shoulders. And how does that work? Well, that's that's why Rabin Online wealth partners is here, and that's what you've been doing for 30 years. Isn't it would always talk about having a written retirement plan having a strategy having Just understand where everything is so that retirement plan is our version of what we call the 3 65 retirement plan and we address making sure that your money is going to continue to grow. We address taxes. We address inflation. But one of the probably most important aspects of that plan is to make sure that we have an income plan in there and we address that for you. So you don't have to worry about each and every month or, you know, two or three times year or once a year. When you look at your stuff. Well, where am I going to get next year's income from its put on autopilot? We want to make sure that that gets to you Without having to sort of figure it out without having to worry, And that's really what retirement is all about, making sure that you can enjoy retirement without worrying. We want to take some of that worry off the table. Some of those uncertainties that you have right now and one of those uncertainties that you have right now might be. Where do I start? How do I get this conversation going? Well, that's why we have this radio show and we want to introduce you to the team. At Rabin Online wealth partners that starts with a 15 minute call. There's no obligation here. There is no cost. All we want to do is let's get your questions out on the table. So here's a great place to start. Go to our website, which is 3 65 retirement dot com and learn about us. There's a But in there this is about us. There's a button here that says services, and it'll tell you who we are and what we do. If that lines up with some of the questions that you have scheduled at 15 minutes strategy call, it's absolutely free. You can also give us a call and do that, too. At 61744093 65 years, the website It's a really easy way to do it. All right, Sam, where we're wrapping up this segment here, and I can't let you go without talking about the Super Bowl. Just a little bit. Okay, way, Miss Big Tom here in new and that's for sure. But it was a great Super Bowl. Itwas I was so happy that I personally mean we have some. We know we have some Brady haters. But I was very happy to see a guy you know, really accomplished his goal. Which is this sort of set a mark A. You know what? I'm gonna do this and I don't need belt belt check to do this with I'm gonna win another Super Bowl. And you know what? He crushed it? Absolutely, you know, And what was interesting was it looked like it was a full stadium, but about 60,000 of those seats were filled with cardboard cutout. I know there were thousands. Just there were 15,000 people there and tickets. For that thing. We're about $10,000 apiece and I thought to myself, You know if your team was playing and you really wanted to go, you might make that sacrifice his talent. I'm writing the check for 20 grand. Me and the wife are gonna go. And maybe that would be important to you. And you would miss that money for sure. But you know, it's interesting to me as the market goes up and down. If you lose $20,000 in the market, a lot of people go paper lost. Maybe deal. The big deal. Come back tomorrow, right? It's not really that way. When you get toward retirement. Is it well? At one point, it was your money. So really, it's just just because it's a paper loss. Yes, on paper, But the reality is that you lost 20 grand so Yeah, I think it's important to making sure like we go back to this all the time. Pay attention to what you have, and that's part of that, You know, whole process of 3 65 retirement plan, making sure that you don't lose $20,000 on paper and going forward. We talked about income is so very important, but protecting your money is also one of the priorities. Of the 3 60 ft. The name of the show is the name of the show. I think it's just don't lose the money. Just don't lose the money. That's right. That's that's why it's been that way for 30 years. We want to help you with your money, but we want to protect it. We want to grow it. We want to pay attention to all the different aspects of retirement like taxes like inflation, as we've been talking about on the show today. If you're interested in having that conversation, Give us a look on the Web site. Find out who we are. Find out what we do and make that appointment to sit down and have that conversation. Maybe it's just that 15 minutes strategy call that you can get your questions out on the table. And that's really how this whole thing starts again. 61744093 65 or the website is 3 65. Retirement dot com. We're going to take a break, and when we come back, we'll talk a little bit about Social Security. Did you know that your Social Security check could be taxed? To the extent that social Security is probably going to claw back about $650 billion over the next couple.