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"trig" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

04:18 min | 2 months ago

"trig" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"To be here. Thanks a lot ted. So i wanna ask you a couple of questions about ryan and clifford cap and i guess i is. How did this relationship come about you know. It started a long time ago with one of my partners. Mike trig who worked with ryan at morning star and i've always been a big fan of morningstar analysts because we've actually plucked three of them out of there. And i always ask mike. Who's the next mike trigger. Sanjay air mike team and one of the guys that he mentioned was ryan and the days that he worked at morningstar he had a very very high opinion of ryan and isobel. Where is he said well. He started his own. Firm clipper capital. And i said well. I guess that's going to be tough to pull them out of there. Maybe we can buy and started the discussion. And what was that process like. Pretty simple like all of our processes are here. Wcm we met with them. In person in our office he and wayne pearson and my telltale sign is. I always want to invest with really good people with these people. I think it was buffeted. Said right. he's never done a good deal with a bad person. So i start their wayne and reiner just terrific people with with really similar outlooks on life as we have when you talk to somebody long enough. That's been investing if they love what they do. That comes out pretty quick so to me recipe for success and investing in firms and people. Do they love what they do. And are they a good decent person. That just wants to work hard. Stay humble in. They're pretty smart. And if you get those characteristics together in a group which. I think we have with clifford. And i think they have in their organization. We found that's worked out pretty well for us. So with all the due diligence processes that you've been through on the other end at. Wcm how would you compare. You're efforts when you're thinking about working with ryan and clifford cap with all the other investors that have done work on sam over the years. It's probably less than two percent of the work that most people as i said like them passionate. Good track record. Probably high probability of success going forward and then it really comes back to this ted twenty years ago when we started. Wcm curtain at the time. Were begging people to come alongside us and help us and he was very difficult to find anyone to do that. We were learning. We're trying to figure out the investment equation. We're trying to figure out how to build a firm. And i always said at that time you know if we ever get in a position where we can actually the best in people and help people with their own firms. Then that's something that we really wanna do. It really is the simple as that. I wish i told you that we did this. Full analytics on their track record and look. They're rolling three years and one year and in dug into the process. We didn't in part of. That's because mike trig had a great relationship with ryan for a lot of years. So he knew he was a good investor and plus clifford also had a couple of really well known investors invested in the firm like them. It's probably going to work out pretty well. And then lastly how do you think about the fit of clifford. Capital into wcm's ethos and investment strategies. It's very different growth. Stock managers run international and global portfolios. They're focused on the small cap value. Area it's not an area that i love but i will tell you that it's an area that in march of two thousand and twenty when the market sold off really hard. I decided you know what probably good time to allocate some capital of value. So i made a pretty significant investment. Luckily at the trough. I of course had no idea it was the trough and it could atrop- for the next few months but i took a couple cuts adam in march and then another one in april and they've performed brilliantly from those bottom so it's a very different strategy but it's a strategy that that you need smaller company value companies obviously do different than large cap growth companies. Which is the world we live in so for my perspective it was a great way for me to diversify but also get a true stock picker. That's actually working on a lot of active. Share and trying to add alpha papa. Paul thanks for bringing ryan into the fold and sharing this conversation..

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"trig" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"trig" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Man coverage here, which has given us the all kinds of fits their only rushing three guys and dropping eight, and you can just take these little chip there quickly to the line. This time. Twin receivers either way with Wolf slot man moving from right to left. Handoff. Ingram outside right side doesn't get much of a block from Mackenzie really had tangled with two different Stanford Cardinal manages to get a yard and that's all just like that the Trojans in trouble at third In about 3.5 Give credit to Stanford. They're making it. They're making this difficult they're making Use all these downs get the third down, making it hard on. It just doesn't seem like there's any rhythm to it just like last week, not much of a flow to this offense. It doesn't look like the same Stanford team we saw on TV against Kansas State. Where they lost 24 7 and look bad doing it. They look good tonight so far on both sides of the ball. Slovis on third and four empty backfield. Quick throw caught spinning around after the 39 but not to the Horti is Michael Trig. That's enough for a first down to the 39 yard line. Made a nice catch, took a couple of big pops and gets the first down after the 39. I think that some of this thing they gotta start utilizing here. These tight ends. They're not just Eric Roman hopes and Jude Wolf. The big blocking tight ends. But get these athletic guy Malcolm X Get Michael trick the ball in some space that these big guys working out in the secondary 1st and 10 39 Trojan slow to break huddle Which is unusual by itself. Mala P. I. Now the feature back Bryant in London. This way, London has been quiet. So far. He's got two catches Slava's three step drop now in trouble rolls right. Sees more pressure throws complete across the 45 of the 47. Maybe the 48. College. Washington 5 11 sophomore transfer from Memphis. Nine yard game, and it's second down and won a good throw by keeping their he doesn't He's running out of time and they're in the pocket, finds this guy and delivers a strike their steps up. That's a good that's a good throw for killing their Bryant in London this way. Washington to the other side, Mala P. I, the one back to the left.

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"trig" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

06:54 min | 3 months ago

"trig" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Henry the hand is no ordinary chicken. Well appears look on the ground for bugs. Henry has her sights set higher. She is a hero. Protector of everything. Good companion and guardian to the young defender of law and order. She's a. she's a crossing guard at a preschool in new zealand. But that's very impressive for a hand. Not just the part where she wears a yellow safety vest extraordinary in itself but the part where she actually help students crossed the parking lot in one piece. Tracy trig is. Henry's owner she's also the principle of newstead country preschool. We reached our on the outskirts of hamilton new zealand. Tracy tell me about the moment you realized a hen could make pretty good crossing guard scenery as a self-appointed crossing. God so i really it was. It was yeah just hanging out and the kathak end coming into the staffroom and making it pretty obvious. She thought she was part of the team. And when you've got a motivated self study look after them. Yeah now henry's actually astray. How did you end up living on your farm. I've got a friend in town who keeps chickens in the middle of hamilton and this wasn't her chicken a chicken just on side of the road but everybody walking past schumer came from the the lady with the chickens and would pop it over the fence so it came here kind of strife adopted chicken and was really really friendly in quite skinny. I think it was from commissioner chicken pam something because it's got a little tougher cutoff. Who bakes and she. She was feeding cheese and it keep coming into her hassle and pooping on the carpet. So she suggested she looks really friendly. The kids love it because your hand and so we agreed that audrey hind this chicken. How did henry end up. Going over into the schoolyard. Sorry that was at school. So i are in the preschool. We put he knew paddock at that point cooled little routine with chickens but we know the children because she is really sociable when everybody tuned up on monday she was in the coppa. 'cause action wilson. That's the way it stayed us through. Henry's day to day. Whoa how does this shift start. What happens here so we are eight. So i come down in the morning on early in little jacket. The jacket on and she just heats to the capac when she wants to. There are some lovely trays on the other side. Says they like to dust by the one side and that cross the chickens cross at driveway quite a bit. And so it's just a natural traffic calming mesia. Yeah and then. We'd take the jacket off win win. I remember or if she tunes up looking for jas. Yeah i hear something behind you. Is henry close by now. It's another chicken. There is the racist running trying to steal a shower. His he does. I wanted to ask about the rooster. How how do the other chickens. How how does everybody feel about all this fame that that. Henry's been able to to get her well. The definitely thinks that he should be in the limelight. Used to be just scenery in the kathak and in the other chickens were on the other side of free school which is with me to be but now also have called on this. We're really famous this. We the camera tuned up. And yeah yeah so. I'm trying to imagine dropping my kid off at the car park of school knowing. There's a chicken there. I guarantee i'm going to go a lot more slowly and be more careful what happens when a car pulls into the parking lot. Well what chickens like. It's very eniro anton. That loved to no one's going to run them over so you'll get with nery. It's just the the casual walk and the talk of the head like this. I'm here once. This was established that henry was going to be patrolling the parking lot on a regular basis. You reached out to see if you could find one of those high visibility safety vests. What did you find like see. My sister just sent me an image of one and said all my goodness you can get these chickens. And i'm mmediately sort of scenery and just go. Yeah yeah high hyphen. Spur chickens and and yeah. It was actually a new zealand suppliers. I actually found a place that makes like those high visibility yellow reflective safe we even get them in yellow and you can get them in pink yellow. Because i actually used to be an engineer. And that's the official colors yellow so the the person in charge is in the la check. It is it tough to get it on henry just a little bit pops over. He'd velcro the chase. Henry doesn't mind a bit to leave it on too long because she does like to pay. It's not good for that. What did you. What did the motorist and the parents say to you about. All this i love it. It's just a bit of fun. that's gonna preschool. The pictures in one of the pieces i read are are amazing. These little kids picking up henry and petty and they must just love having him. Around her around your. She's she's she's very friendly and that's another chicken. That's just lied nick. And it's worth pointing out that. She is a chicken but his name henry. How did that name come about. And henry was dropped off on the weekend and i wasn't actually called on the monday into the stock. Now we this new new chicken come from and one of the boys. Jake was adamant that this was henry from his house because he hit a little read. Shaver has asked henry. And when he saw allen rich over the catholic he thought that henry must have followed him to preschool and so for the first day. Everybody thought that this was jake's chicken because he was so convinced and so all the children recalling. Henry and henry has stuck so yeah. Did you have a moment where you sorta saw what was happening in terms of how henry was interacting with the drivers and the other kids and thought you know what this might actually work out pretty good. That's just the way it's always been she from the day one. It's just a really nice way to slow people down and the jacket was a good way to for the children's well to us. Catholics can be dangerous. You know we need to be away for us. Elsa yeah well it's a good lesson for us all to be more careful in this car carparks. Listen thank you for this and thank you for sharing this story with us. She's by no tracy. Trig is the owner of henry the hen she's also the principle of newstead country preschool. We reached her just outside hamilton new zealand. And you can go to our web page at cbc dot ca slash. Ah.

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"trig" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:24 min | 5 months ago

"trig" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Rights not to chip away at anything and all of these issues. All these issues even the issue of abortion in a hundred percent pro-life even these issues of abortion that the federal government these faceless bureaucrats and politicians in far off bubbly washington. Dc they trying to dictate the way that we raise our families the way that we run our businesses this coming from the federal government. We've let it get out of hand those type of issues even an issue. I say of abortion. It needs to be ratcheted down state level more local levels of government that are actually accountable because thus far the federal government is so out of control. Obviously there isn't accountability and so governor. What is a young woman supposed to do. If they're saying you gotta get vaccinated by august tenth or else. You can't go back to college. you've got to get back centre else. You can't have a job. That's the number one question that we get right now. My i don't wanna say advice. I'll just say my own piece. Is that for me. I would do. I'd find a new school. I'd work remotely whatever it is. That's my own personal prerogative. But what are they supposed to do. Governor wow and that is a great question and that's why a gathering like this is so important so that we can be empowered and know that there are a lot of us we do have to unify over this issue and we have to protest it so it doesn't get to that point the decision makers the quote unquote leaders. Who are probably going to tell us that they need to be told. We're not gonna take it. This time enough is enough and we're not going to just sit back. I'll we did sit back when all this was rolled out right. I was kind of shocked that. Wow we're a bunch of sheep all just know a couple of government bureaucrats telling us that we're going to not be able to go to church or because the rules were so inconsistent. I could've gone there with some of it. Had they been consistent and scientifically based but because they've been so inconsistent dirt from the roll out on there hasn't been competence in our government leaders with this issue. They're not any smarter than anybody else. Obviously based on the decisions that they have made that have adversely affected us decisions that haven't been based on science. They need to be reminded of that. They're reminded of that by us standing up protesting. What it is that they want to do. Unifying around the issue. And like i say saying literally enough is enough. We're gonna go there with this one. And i totally agree. And if those of you that are struggling with it you have to find some point of leverage and you might not have a lot of leverage by the way you might just be an entry level worker. And you're like i'm totally at their mercy. Then you don't have leverage but you wouldn't university have more leverage than you might think you go to a state school find a state legislator if you live in a republican state if you go to a private school go find the big donors in contact them for example. Anyone catholic in here. Every catholic in the country should contact university notre dame and say why are you requiring mandatory vaccines for every student to go back to university notre dame. Why is that happening. So let me re. If you are a catholic you should contact the university of notre dame and say. How dare you do this. I will never give you another dime. I'll never speak favorably about you. And i think that you are in violation of exactly what the catholic church stands for. That is what needs to happen. And you might not have any leverage. But i tell you right now most of you in these situations have a lot more leverage and you might think for every one of you. That's anxious about mandatory vaccinations. They are hundreds of thousands of students that share that alongside of you and speaking out to make that difference. That's right and i know that it isn't an easy issue. And charlie and i both know. Yeah it's not easy. If you feel alone standing up against you know. The bureaucracy ended up against the man insane. Though that you're not gonna take it. I know personally. It's tough my my youngest. Trig in fact she had assigned for triggered just about made me cry. My son trig who has special needs he was born with an extra chromosome has down syndrome. My kid has more chromosomes than any of you. So we won so trig though going to a wonderful public school that thankfully our district does put resources into the some therapy. Some things that a child with special needs needs. I want to have to take him out of that school. But you're right. We do all have to have that line that i would have. I would take him out of school. If a continuation adversely affects him is learning if it if it impacts chipping away of our freedoms. I would have to make that sacrifice and we would have to find somewhere else to go. You may have heard that. I'm recently married. Every married man knows that while it's the greatest gift it's also a big change. I'm joyfully adjusting. All the habits. I formed as a single man all the way down to my sleep schedule. One part of this married man's routine will remain exactly the same..

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"trig" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

04:22 min | 9 months ago

"trig" Discussed on Artist Soapbox * Local Artists on Creative Process

"Thanks birth paging trigger. Ryan trig ole please report to the stay on my sugar. This my man. There's my man. Don't go sneaking off now baby. There's no reason to be shy. Cooked up a little sprays. I hope you like it. You're gorgeous doll face. No all of you know trigon die have been lovers and friends but just a while but that man has my world. I've never laughed more scared more. Come more than i have been with him. He's a genius and that's us and he likes in.

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A Look Back: Four years since one of West Virginia’s deadliest floods

Short Wave

02:35 min | 9 months ago

A Look Back: Four years since one of West Virginia’s deadliest floods

"Pastor aaron trig has a lot of good things to say about reno west virginia where he used to live people were just happy and joyous and had a lot of expectation for the future. Renal is small about fifteen hundred people. Live there. It's got a school and grocery store and a couple of stoplights pastor. Aaron lived close to main street. I live right down the street from the baseball field in a one story house that backed up to a creek and before the flood happened. You can hear the baseball field just going crazy and the football field is especially football time. It was just wild. And i will take my dog and walked down there and watch the kids play and watch the cheerleaders and the flood is like the dividing line in right now how things were before june twenty sixteen and how they were after because everything changed. There was a really big rainstorm. Really heavy. a lot of water fell in just a few hours. And just so you can imagine this part of the country is the appalachian mountains. There's a lot of fog. Big gorges rivers and a lot of towns are built on the low ground in the valleys on the rivers. That's how is the creek runs through the middle of town. Pastor aaron was at home when the creek started rising and you can hear the water up in the mountains crash trees and the water started just gushing. And next thing you know. Is that our waste. It was evening very restless night. Triggs house was already underwater so he took shelter on the second floor of his neighbor's house. You can hear people screaming and hollering for help especially a lot of elderly people that we try to get some of them out. But we couldn't and you can hear them hollering for help and people screaming and hollering and the water gushing. It was a real wrestling snyder. Roll just no piece of law. I did a lot of praying that night. Rescuers got to trig boat in the morning in all at least twenty. Three people in west virginia died in the floods and since then a lot of people have left businesses closed. The town is struggling. And i think it's easy to look at a place like right now and think it's an outlier. A tiny town wiped out by an act of god. But that is not. What i see. Reno is not an outlier. It's a bellwether because one of the big problems in reno after the flood was that people didn't have the money to rebuild their homes and that is something that's getting more and more widespread as climate driven flooding gets

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"trig" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"trig" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Not most families, so they'll be on ton of properties without policies. They're just waiting for that that unfortunate event to happen and then we're going to see a lot of actual economic pain because they won't have the ability to then fix the home. FEMA says The group's analysis is quote premature because FEMA hasn't released the full details of its new pricing scheme. But what research makes clear is that when large numbers of people don't have insurance or savings after a disaster, the effects can ripple through a community. That's exactly what happened in Rainelle after the 2016 flood. Master Aaron Trig was getting calls late at night from his congregants. The way I could say it is they were hoping this because they a lot of people in the rain there were poor. They didn't have insurance. They didn't have any way to have any backup plan, he says. A lot of people left town, Trig stuck around for a few years before he, too moved away for a new job. A lot of homes were never rebuilt. Today. Entire blocks of Main Street are empty of businesses. John Y. It is a city councilman and a pastor and a musician. Flood survivor and the owner of a music store in Reno. He's also running for mayor and like any good mayoral candidate, he's a booster for his town were modified Appalachian community And, uh and we have a lot to offer. For example, he'd like to see right now Host an Appalachian Music festival. There are some barriers. The only motel in town has been closed since the flood nearly five years ago. But why? It has a vision of renal as a tourist destination. Maybe if the water cooperates. We ever have another flood like that. I can't see. I just really cannot fear count surviving. I mean, it just he.

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"trig" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"trig" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"trig" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"trig" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"trig" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"trig" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"trig" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"trig" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"trig" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"trig" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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Alamo Drafthouse CEO On Navigating The Pandemic

Recode Decode

09:49 min | 1 year ago

Alamo Drafthouse CEO On Navigating The Pandemic

"Here's shelley taylor. Ceo elon draft. S shelley. taylor. You the alamo draft house. Welcome to decoder. Thank you glad to be here. I was just reading your bio in the backstory here. I i got to start with this. You became the ceo of alamo draft house on april thirtieth. So you have stepped into chaos. I think elmo actually shut down forty one theaters in march. What was this recruiting pitch. Like like they call you and say hey are you interested. Were already in the works. Just it seems like a wild way to become the ceo. Movie theater chain. Yeah it is. It does feel wild but the it was in the works at christmas wintom and i met and started talking and drawn to this incredible brand and this opportunity to you know. Help take something iconic And growing even larger right and then all of a sudden the pandemic and here we are so. We've got this little issue to get through that we can go back to the original plans. What was just the first day. April thirtieth you show up. You got to introduce yourself to ever like there's usually a script right follows. You say something like i. I just wanna listen. There's like the usual stuff. Was it very different this time or did you just come running the little of both right. I mean you talk about like just really wanting to listen and to get to know people. You don't have the advantage of the water cooler in the proximity But at the same time there's nothing like a crisis to create a need for connection and speed to trust and really fortunate that the company and the teammates i've been so welcoming and and willing to just assume good and thompson and wanna move forward versus having to do some of that initial stuff so it was pretty fast and no one's kicked me out where seven munson and i'm still here. Things are going pretty well considering so i always try to ask everybody to begin about. Decision making frameworks before alamo draft house. You will see a large group of planet fitness locations. You were at disney before that. Tell me about your general way of making decisions. How do you think about evaluating your choices and actually make coming to a decision. I think it's a couple of things one is just knowing who and what you are Is the beauty of everywhere. I've worked has had a really clear sense of their purpose and values and the problems that they're trying to solve in this world So always starting with that framework and You know driving from there. I think that one of the things that i took from starbucks and hug valued over the years is that you always put people into that that equation So when you're looking at a decision at the stake holders it's your customers you know it's the people on your team You know having all those all those points of view and then sometimes it is the broader community depending on what the product is. And so i think if you start there and then you put it in a good good dose of data and a good dose of your gut usually. That's a great way to go. I mean that's pretty simple and obviously depending on the complexity of what you bring in or don't bring in but you know it's it really is values and people and direction to other reason. I asked that question is because right. Now you're managing in a crisis where there is a flood of data. You have a very physical plant kind of business. People go to a movie theater and sit down and stay there for a while. How are you managing the influx of covid information. There's a massively disjointed federal and state response there's people who are refusing to wear masters right before he came on new york city closed at schools. Again it feels like there's just a flow of information about the pandemic and how it's going and how we're handling it you say there's a lot of data but the data is a messy. The points of view are messy. How are you just managing that. Yeah that's a great question. And i appreciate. And i really want to reemphasize the lack of coordinated government approach is like crippling the nation. And if there is a message. And i know lots of people are saying this but if there is a message to our government right now It is critical that they have a coordinated approach. And the way that we're approaching a is one you know just my own prayer experience living and working in china and seeing how this has been approached in the past You know helps watching countries that are you know and businesses in countries that are making good. Decisions helps And then we've just been just trying to take a very steady approach. And that is with the information that we do now and that is not constantly changing and some of that is but there are a few constance out. There you know is how can we make our experience as safe as possible from purchasing your ticket to the minute you leave the theater and we haven't wavered from that you know we've done a lot of you know pretty scrappy fast innovation for online ordering Both of tickets and food Eat a how you come into the theater doing the spacing that people. So that six foot distance we had before it was popular You know we said that we were gonna enforce mass for everybody. We thought about our kitchens creating a smaller menu so that we can social distance within our kitchens. How do we not breathe on to touch food. How do we help. People exit the theater. I mean you just name it. We've taken every single precaution that we can and we've gone as far as we could. So we've just said what is the safest ridge of possibility and yes. There's going to be this constant complex information but until there's something that comes in that says differently we're not gonna waiver And and that's suspend our approach. And i don't know with all the variables out there how anyone can do it differently. Is that a set of advisors team members. You needed to build. I feel like most movie theater chain in a lot of like epidemiologists on staff before covid but now all of us are you know we're all looking for the that expertise while looking for those guidelines. Have you built that muscle and that skill evaluate those decisions. Well we do have a really great source of a lot of people who are willing to help us. Whether it's you know our our p. firm ultimately capital gives us a ton of information and advice whether it's you know our our insurance and brokers on that side bringing a ton of advice and then you know we've got strong relationships with University of texas. Ut you know and the information that you can get you know publicly so you know. We've we've probably done with a lot of people do we. Don't have a ton of money right now. Our resources are very skinny. We've had to kind of do it yourself as best as possible. And we'll continue to to probably operate in that method but it comes back to that need for a government approach to this and the government really could be doing a better job at providing clear guidance that does not consistently changed to businesses and quite frankly equitable to businesses equitable. I just small examples in some cities. We're not allowed to open. Are we can open. But we can't serve food yet. The restaurant next door consider food That just doesn't make sense You know in in how you operate you know what's the logic and a simple clear set of criteria that everyone operates off of because part of the problem. Is this the noise and the and the confusion that goes out to the to arc arc our customers. Our you know it safe here. But it's not safe with you and and people can't discern that you know so it really should be agnostic to the business what what is safe. And what's not to the best that we know today right. Yeah asking for a lot probably well. there's new administration. We'll see how it goes us. One of the things about the pandemic that i've heard from many ceo's executives at this is still rated trends that we already saw coming in some cases. Those trends are positive. We've seen a massive celebration in commerce. Ever already saw that coming. We just turn the knob up. There's been a pretty loud conversation for years about the future of movie theaters and some of that is played out in different ways. Like rom coms. Don't really get made by hollywood but every other netflix show is like basically around calm. And so we've just seen the dynamics of the industry change. I've always thought of alamo draft house has being slightly different than your average trig antic chain movie theater you have. Food isn't experience. You're running old movies. People come there as a social event. Do you see it as this is accelerating the trend. That was already coming or you know you started by saying we'll just get back to work when it's over. Do you see this. As as an aberration on the planet you already had for for your company so yes the world is accelerating in many ways. What won't go out of style. His community on social experiences. And so i think while the industry was right for disruption and racine that alamos secret sauce really right is creating. These communal experiences for people bringing the community together to laugh cry gas. Whatever but have fun together and that won't go out of style and so for us it will be going back to the secret sauce of what makes us special

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"trig" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"trig" Discussed on KCRW

"People were reportedly arrested when activists clashed with CHP officers enforcing the evictions. In a statement daily own called the scene heartbreaking. In a video statement sent to governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday, members of the group reclaim and rebuild our community announced they'd taken over the home's. A spokesperson for the group, said 20 Families who are about to be evicted or homeless, occupied the homes so they would have a place to shelter during the pandemic. But not everyone supported the move. Here's one neighbor who talked with KT TV hanging. You don't see that it is. And they want to live right free. They can't do that Every single house has been broken into already. That's not right. Caltrans officials said in a statement that the homes the group broke into our unsafe and uninhabitable. The agency says it's been working with local governments, to least several of its available properties for use is temporary emergency shelters. What do companies like the gap Netflix and Chipotle E have in common? None of them have Latinos on their board of directors. That's the finding of a new tool that aims to keep companies accountable over the racial makeups of their boards. KCRW's Daniel Trig y O has more. The tools called the California boardroom Equity scorecards and tracker, and it's gathering data from publicly traded companies based right here in the Golden State. Tracker, which is updated quarterly, recently released its first batch of results. It found that only 2% of California's 674 publicly traded companies have a Latino or Latina on its board. Despite Latinos currently making up nearly 40% of California's population, but by Latino voices.

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"trig" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"trig" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Three Super Pill Jason, Let's break it down. Let's go through these different items. One of the time Omega three's all over the news. Big headlines, major research articles. Why are fish oil? So dog on hot these days? Well, 15,000 published studies on the role of omega threes and human nutrition, and it grows by the day just about Every single dimension of our health has now shown to be positively impacted by omega threes, basically everything but as I said, cholesterol, but it will manage. Trig Lyssarides will support blood pressure. It will help keep your veins flexible and functioning well. It'll keep the blood flowing. It's great to maintain a healthy heart rhythm. Fish oil is now being shown tohave an incredible role in cognitive functioning. We're talking about memory mood, brain ageing Infant development cell to cell communication. Focus. Fish oils will enhance or increase performance in the brain actually been shown to increase grey matter, and it goes toe work and only minutes when taken as a supplement. New studies showing immediate benefits study showing long term cognitive benefits. They're looking at fish oil in just about every area of health, joint health weight management. Prostate health, skin health. The list goes on and on nine out of 10 of you out there right now are clinically deficient in FAA, the FAA's air called essential fatty acids, and the two most essential fatty acids are the two that are found in fish oil. Th ey and epi. A purity is fish oil products have three times more concentration of these two key fatty acids than standard fish oils. These air called pharmaceuticals. Eight fish oils, meaning they're manufactured in one of only a handful of pharmaceutically licensed facilities right out of Norway. They make the best fish oil in the world. 90% concentrations completely pure. No mercury issues. No fish taste. No fish orders. Nothing like that. Just the incredible concentrated th ey, EPA and if you were deficient in those two key fatty acids, there's a long list of symptoms that you could suffer from fatigue. Poor memory poor immunity. Certainly poor skin health dry skin. Obviously, your cardiovascular health might be impaired very clear correlations now between mood problems and low blood levels of EPA and D H a circulatory concerns. All of these things or associate it with low omega three blood levels. Most of us don't eat enough fish fish is really the only great source of these two compounds. Visual supplementation has now become the biggest category in the vitamin business because of all the benefits all the clinically proven benefits of EPA and the purity has really taken a leading role because we feel we have the best product and now the.

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"trig" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"trig" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"We have got a fascinating show for you today. Now, if you're like most people, you may have noticed that when you hit 50 it kind of hit a wall. You know, between your joints. The heart, the brain, your eyes, your energy, you name it Now, When you hit 50, you have to pay attention to your health. We all know that. So whether you're 40 or 50, or saying your sixties or seventies or even older for that matter, our guest today says he's discovered something that you can unlock the key to feeling better At any age. This is exciting. What is it? What are we talking about? Why do you need to know about this? Wil? Stay tuned. Dr. Neil Levin is on the line here. Dr. Neil Levin is a chiropractor. He's a nutritionist. He's a long time. Advisor for Purity Products. Welcome Dr Levin. So great to have you back on the show today. This is a big story, isn't it? Oh, absolutely. Steve and let's get right to the chase here. That discovery you talked about at the top there its krill oil because krill oil is simply amazing for us. It's great for the heart. Great for the joints Fantastic for the brain for the eyes. I mean, I have people coming into my clinic every single day, and they want to feel better. I mean, they want to feel physically better, stronger. They want their joints to feel comfortable, but they want to see me. Really sharp. They want to keep that brain thinking like it did when they were younger. They want to protect themselves from a coronary heart disease and maintain those flexible, healthy, youthful arteries for wonderful circulation. Hey, Steve, they want to boost their energy. Why not? I mean, we deserve it. And that's what we're gonna be talking about here today with this cruel Omega 50. Plus, which is the cutting edge combination Steve of krill Oil, which is so fabulous for us, But we've infused the Croyle notices so important. We've infused the cruel With the high Omega three concentrated official. You need to do that when you're dealing with cruel because it'll just isn't high enough, you know, make it free. So many other important parameters and virtues. But you've got to get that high Omega three official in there. We've done that. So this is now the best of both worlds. But we didn't stop there for the 50. Plus, sirs, we bedded in vitamin deep. We doubled the antioxidant power and Steve we actually increased the amount of crow by 67%. So this now becomes the finest omega three nutrients in the world. As far as I'm concerned, this is very, very exciting. This krill oil sensation. I mean, it is all over the news, Doctor 11 great studies there out there. Many experts are declaring that krill oil is better than fish oil. So give us this low down on this cruel Omega 50 plus formula, right? You know if I told you that this is one painting pill that benefits the joints and the brain and memory mood, coronary heart disease wonderful for the arteries makes your hair shine Great for the skin. I mean, what would you say to that? Where can I get it? Right and we have it. It's cruel maker 50 Plus and we're going to give it to everybody for free today, and that's really cool. Because purity wants everybody to try this because they know they're going to see a huge difference. But get this on top of that for the 1st 1000 people that call today we're giving away a second gift because I just demanded this. You know what we're dealing with the 50 Plus, sirs, and hey, you know if you're 40 and you feel like you're energy is low. This is for you. Also. But for people 50 and over were also giving with free beer. 12 energy melts. I demand this because Hey, as we're getting a little older, we don't absorb that B 12 as well. And I want you to feel that benefits from this cruel Omega 50. Plus, I want to Jack up those B 12 levels for you today as well. You know, one of value proposition. You know, when it comes to your health, it really is a win win. This is amazing. I heard you say that this can actually reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. When you hear that Whose ears don't perk up after that. How exactly does that work anyway? Right, Well, cruel, Make 50 Plus, remember, this is the combination of krill oil with the high Omega three highly concentrated issue also, which is much higher, you know, making threes and most cruel oil formulas would be so when we're dealing with the high omega three fish oil. We're talking about support for the HDL cholesterol, healthy, youthful, flexible arteries. That's so great for the circulation, heart muscle strength. Wait, let activity great Blood still fixed a nice and soft and flexible, So they're gonna work that way through those little pai pillories. Or what about Trig Lyssarides that become so important? So this cruel A major 50 Plus supports the heart in so many ways, And you know, the bottom line is we need to think about this because as we're getting a little older 50 Plus maybe mid forties, certainly sixties and seventies. It's decision time. I mean, you know you're body's not working the way it did when you were in your thirties. Energy might not be there. If you need to make a decision. Are you going to take it laying down and just let yourself get old? Or are you going to do something about it? You're going to stay physically active. You going to do the things you need to stay healthy and getting these Omega threes that krill oil the vitamin D.

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"trig" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"trig" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And fish oil does so many incredible things for our health. One of the things basically the only major thing that fish oil does not do, at least has not yet been clinically shown to Dio is to lower cholesterol. And so obviously, tens of millions of people are concerned about their cholesterol. We just were bombarded by customers who said, You've got to do something to help us out with our cholesterol. So instead of selling them to different products, we kind of did the simple thing and said, You know what? Let's take these plant sterols that have been Developed recently, a new brand of plants there all that we get from Europe with great clinical data, lower cholesterol by up to 15% of little Four weeks we took that ingredient and we combined it with our pharmaceutical grade fish. Oil added something called Coenzyme. Q. 10, another critical heart nutrient, and we've got a triple action formula here like no other. We call it the Omega three Super pills, Jason, Let's break it down. Let's go through these different items. One of the time. Omega three's all over the news. Big headlines, Major research articles. Why are fish oil so dog on hot these days? Well, 15,000 published studies on the role of omega threes and human nutrition. And it grows by the day. Just about every single dimension of our health is now shown to be positively impacted by omega threes, basically everything But as I said, cholesterol, fish oil will not lower cholesterol, but it will manage. Trig Lyssarides will support blood pressure. It will help keep your veins flexible and functioning well. It'll keep the blood flowing. It's great to maintain a healthy heart rhythm. Fish oil is now being shown tohave an incredible role in cognitive functioning. We're talking about memory mood, brain ageing infant development cell to cell communication focused fish oils will enhance or increase performance in the brain actually been shown to increase grey matter and it goes toe work, and only minutes When taken as a supplement. New studies showing immediate benefits study showing long term cognitive benefits. They're looking at fish oil in just about every area of health joint health. Weight management, prostate health, skin health, The list goes on and on the big issue for the average person out there. In fact, nine out of 10 of you out there right now are clinically deficient in FAA, FAA, zehr called essential fatty acids. And the two most essential fatty acids are the two that are found in fish oil. Th ey and epi. A. That's the business and the fish oil purity is fish. Oil products have three times more concentration. Of these two key fatty acids been standard fish oils. These air called Pharmaceutical grade fish oil, meaning they're manufactured in one of only a handful of pharmaceutically licensed facilities right out of Norway. They make the best fish oil in the world. 90% concentrations completely pure. No mercury issues. No fish taste. No fish odor is nothing like that. Just the incredible concentrated delivery system of D H A and EPA And if you were deficient in those two key fatty acids, there's a long list of symptoms that you could suffer from fatigue. Poor memory poor immunity. Certainly poor skin health, dry skin. Obviously, your cardiovascular health might be impaired. You will potentially have mood issues very clear correlations now between mood problems and low blood levels of EPA and D H a circulatory concerns all of these things or associate it with low omega three blood levels. Most of us don't eat enough fish. Fish is really the only great source of these two compound fish oil supplementation has now become the biggest category in the vitamin business because of all the benefits all the clinically proven benefits of the EPA and the purity has really taken a leading role because we feel we have the best product..

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Brain Juice. It Was Brain Juice.

The Ladies of Strange

06:27 min | 1 year ago

Brain Juice. It Was Brain Juice.

"We are the ladies of strange I'm Ashley I'm Tiffany and I'm Rebecca. Thank you for joining US each week. is we discuss the history mystery? In theory of all things, questionable and Airy, good job, guys. You got through it. Straight face no GIGGLEFISH I bit my tongue, and almost said something, but I thought you guys with. Yell at me for stopping. That sounds like a bad side show clown straight face fits. What. I don't know that's just what came in my head. When I sent straight face, no gigabits man. Oh, okay, another clown murderer! No I'm thinking like. In nineteen fifty sideshow clown probably would be in like freak. Show like American Horror Story Freak show. I mean he could be a John Wayne Gay. See Ma'am Times to. Why are you on your laptop? I'm not on my laptop. Are you lying I'm not a D. do you see my laptop open? I don't think you close now yet is closed. I WANNA teach us some stuff to have a history lesson history, okay? And seven years ago, I got really excited about this forefathers. Numbers in there so Jackson Beverly Wilga where collectors of vintage photographs and had in their collection a dagger type. Oh you don't say an old photograph taken using a process that involves a silver plate and Mercury Vapor, and his photo was of a young disfigured man. the photograph was believed to be taken in the nineteenth century. The man in the picture was believed that the man had encountered a whales. He was holding Harpoon like object in the image. TIFFANY's face. That was fun. they couple had the image on display in their home for years in December of two thousand and seven, the couple decided to share the image on flicker and titled it a one eyed man with Harpoon super, super creative, so one win was. When did they have it? In their home? Court were the years they had in their home, but they didn't post it till flicker until two thousand seven. Okay, so they decide like a random picture of some random disfigure. Yeah, some people collect mentioned photographs. My Dad is one of those on. This might make him happy. One Flicker user contacted the Combo commenting that the man probably isn't a whaler as he wasn't holding a Harpoon in the picture, was he holding buy outs. Oh, sorry I thought. You said he was holding her. They said it looked like her. so another user saw this picture and said Hey, this might be the only surviving photo of Venus Gauge, not famous gauge. Where's verb? Not Verb just just benny US I. Don't know that name so shown, either. That's why I said. Where's Fergany isn't firm? So, y'all ready to learn about Fini's gauge. Liz Foreign and eighteen twenty three, the DSP gauge lead, either an uneventful lifer didn't bother keeping a journal because he doesn't pop up again until eighteen forty eight, okay. Okay. No list of at the age of twenty five Fini's was working as a railroad, foreman and common dish Vermont and on September, thirteenth eighteen, forty eight made a really good attempt at receiving the Darwin Award. Oh my God. Yes, so excited, so phineas worked for the RUTLAND and Burlington railroad company as a form part of his job involved coordinating, blasting out rock to make way for new. New Rail. Lines does part of the job required knowledge in geology and trigonometry, so I have a note to me, saying Insert statement about how trig is as useful of the maths, I will say I really liked. trig choke is super. Useful triggers the most Hallo basic addition. Wouldn't just like OPRAH EMMY BE MORE USEFUL THAN TRADE? Because I never took trig and I'm getting along just fine. Your overcompensating at all. No compensation here I come to terms. Okay, so geology and trigonometry so not only did. They have to be pretty clever, but he also had a handle his crew, who was described as a gang of men who basically needed all the. Since they enjoy things brawling shooting and drinking, they sound like sounds like my. Sounds like the type of people that didn't take trig. had good people skills. Though so is crew liked them to blast the area involved not only defendants have to create schematics aware to drill holes that were a couple inches wide, and a few feet deep, but also had to be able to place them along natural joints and rifts in the rock to make the job easier because why work harder than you have to the cracks just like push it a little harder so i. Like my mental health. Hey? Push it just one step further fine, are we? I completely lost what I was going to save. Thirty Oh. Did He Oh, I was thinking like the he needed to do dousing, but you're talking about like actual cracks in the ground. Yes, we're not looking for water. He's trying to clear out pathways like blowout rock lay lines, not like no crat down, sorry. You bring a witchy friend along. Here is the source of power here. Blow the spot so once. These holes were drilled. Blasting powder was placed into the whole untapped down. Using typically crowbars. Vinnie. As was kind of a big deal. He had his own tampering device made by local blacksmith to Tampa device was basically a Joplin with thirteen point. Two five pounds was forty three inches long and tapered from a diameter of one point, two five inches, which was an eas for taping into a point. Any guesses on where this is going. That's his Oh. Oh, is that how he lost his eye? So once I found stated that the incident happened a one day while camping bananas endured the Osha Guidelines for tapping blasting powder into the earth with a long metal spike. Parentheses, which wouldn't be the Osha wouldn't be until nineteen seventy-one, but that's not the point. Close parentheses and I can only assume look down into the hole above the spike. CH- one source I founded the incident happened around four thirty pm near quitting time, so either finance wasn't paying attention as he was telling his routed group to behave, or his assistant forgot to put the ever important sand into the hall before tampering because San Prevents, sparks from getting to the plastic powder either way. The blessing powder ignited

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The Occasional Need for Advanced Math Skills

Under the Radar

08:13 min | 1 year ago

The Occasional Need for Advanced Math Skills

"I don't know about you but in school. I was really good at math. Only up to a certain point maybe like middle of high school once. We started getting into more advanced math topics like I think for me. The the boundary was calculus. I didn't take college and I was terrible at it and I failed it twice and never went and retook it and never really learned calculus. I failed Linear Algebra twice doing like advanced matrix operations stuff like that and never retook. That never never fixed that anything involving like really advanced calculation that that wasn't just basically combinations of basic like the the basic photo operations or stuff like that like I was very bad at or never learned or tried to learn and failed and yet we work in a field where our tools are super fast. Math machines do what we tell them do and that we often need math for and I think it's funny that like a lot of programming does indeed need math. But it's mostly the simpler math that I was really good on alert because it's mostly like elementary middle and maybe high school math but it's not like most programmers don't have to do things like Calculus Linear Algebra or like you know theory proofs and everything like that in their regular work or any of their work. Really the it's I think. Those are specialties but I do occasionally run into some need for a better understanding of math than what I have and I'm curious like does happen to you too and how do you solve it. Yes so happens all the time and it is like one of the. It's almost like a running joke in my house. Where all of a sudden I just like sort of like a c gnat. Beautiful Mind to my desk. Just becomes just strewn with papers filled with like scrawled formula oliver the place because I'm not particularly. I think either similar experiences like I can do the sort of threw me and like Algebra two trig was sort of like I didn't get that was sort of like that was the last level of math where I feel like. That's the level of math is still intuitive to some degree that it's based on tangible understandable things in a way that like addition when your teacher to a child is like you know. I have I have one apple and I give and I get another apple. How many apples do I have like what you have to? And there's an intuitive and like a a Something concrete that you can wrap your head around and then you get to a certain point in math and it's stops being that and it becomes this much more abstract Sort of theoretical thing that you can sort of understand that like in Calculus. What you're doing is you're calculating the area under a curve or the degree or the slope of a line like that is fundamentally what like most of calculus is doing but like just knowing that like. That's functionally what you're doing. The actually how you go about doing that very quickly becomes this totally like abstract concept for like. How do you know what the slope of a sine curve is and it's like well that's like through like deep magic? I don't know all I learned at a certain point was that this is the formula and make an apply this formula and I can get the right answer but I never had a intuitive understanding of anything beyond. Yeah that's sort of like that. Algebra two trig area like trigonometry is where it starts to kind of them hitting the limit where I understand that. I'm like the ratio between two. Lengths of a triangle is a that that ratio is related to the angle of the corner and things like that like I could sort of. It's sort of concrete and sort of understandable but beyond that kind of falls apart but this happens all the time that I feel like often. What is most kind of frustrating? Is that this. Math shows up in places where you can. It's like at this boundary between feature being like all right and a future being really cool like there's this if you wanted the extra flourish if you wanted to be that little bit cooler or do a little bit like something a little bit fancier is where the math starts to show where you see the straightforward way. Is you see it's like when you're dealing with just like simple rectangles and moving them around in straightforward way? But if you want to have a cool curve when you're doing an animation or you WanNa make the shape of something not just be Plane but be Sort of advanced or or even moreover what I've been running into a lot recently in my work is there's as naive solution to a problem. And then there's the accurate solution to the problem and the solution is really straightforward and easy to work with but the actual solution that is like sort of correcting physics or correct in detail is where all of a sudden now. I need to pull out all the math and go and spend a lot of time just like researching online and a lot of it is the unfortunate kind of research where I feel like I solve this problem a lot by trying to find learn just enough that. I can find the right formula that I can apply and get the right answer. Even if I don't understand what I'm doing like there's a ton of the math that I was using for like my moon project where it's like. I don't understand I I have no idea why like this equation gives me the you know the longitude of the Moon. Right now but it does and it works and I'm just empirically verifying it and then going like finding you know the NASA table where it's like. I can get a tea table forecast. The values of certain things have been times my values match their values like plus or minus a small percent. And then I'm good and I don't need to understand why the formula works what's going on necessarily but like that is. That is a situation that has happened so often to me. Recently it happens to me probably every few months where I will be tackling feature or trying to figure out you know some some weird edge case or something where Ella quickly realize like you know what I could use more advanced mathematical knowledge than what I have to solve this or I need more vast all this and for me like like another big hole. My knowledge is most kind of advanced stats and data analysis. Like I I can't do like data mining. I still don't understand machine learning at all and I almost haven't tried it but you know this huge areas of that where I feel like I either have fallen behind or was never even in the race that I probably should familiarize with but even you know basic stuff. Like if I'm trying to figure out a pattern a bunch of data I have and I'm trying to figure out I can calculate like the average and stuff and but but if I if I try try to go beyond that like all right. What if I try to find clusters of meaningful data or try to try to rule out the Outliers and focus only on the mid like? That's that's all like much more advanced math than anything I ever actually officially learned and sometimes you can take advantage of libraries or functions or formula. You can find online to to do it for you sometime. You just kind of fudge it and you kind of like all right well. I guess I'll figure out how to do this myself with the nausea. Have without actually looking at the right way to do it and sometimes you can get an approximate solution. That kind of works. So you accidentally come upon the actual solution without even realizing it a lot less common and I find that like a lot of times the kind of like half fake hack solution that you kind of stumble upon by doing it. Naively is often good enough and is often fast enough and in fact there's lots of lots of methods that you can find online of like a major APPs especially games games often take a lot of shortcuts for performance Where they did some kind of rough approximation of something and that proved to be good enough or close enough for their for their purposes and that saved Either from having to know a more advanced version or save the computing time computer having to do more advanced version

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"trig" Discussed on MedTech Talk Podcast

MedTech Talk Podcast

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"trig" Discussed on MedTech Talk Podcast

"I had a chance to meet with Leslie Trig JP. Morgan talked a bit about med tech about outset. I also has her kind of turned the tables and asked her what does she like about meant about conferences? What really is an important quality in a conference to her. Here's what she said. I attended a lot of conferences. I listened to a lotta panels as we all have I think what always captures my attention in a panel and hold my attention is Kantor panelists who are really willing to talk not only about the good. But also, the bad and the ugly and be really Transpac. Parent, and I guess a little bit vulnerable about what they did. And why they wouldn't do it again and panelists who aren't afraid to be provocative and to get the members of the audience to challenge their own thinking and think about the viability of ideas that may or may not have been evidence them in the past that that's what I look for in a in a really good panel. All right. Great bulbs from Leslie note, we will have lots of candor on may thirtieth at the conference. Now, let's get back into this conversation. So people are always curious as to what firms are making series deals, and you have a complete list of them here in the report. So I do in courage people to to download it. We talked about curriculum and fund Rx, we see some familiar names emergent medical partners. That's Tom Fogarty's SV tech ventures in Boston. And then some names that that I don't really recognize because they're not US based. But they also just don't tend to to I guess appear in those higher profile later stage deals, can you talk a bit about some of the other entities that are doing series ideals. Yeah. And I think on on the early stage side. Yes, I think you're seeing some some new folks that are that are entering the arena. Especially on the later stage, though, you're seeing what I see is a really good sign of one. You're seeing some alternative sources of capital come in. And by that, I mean, either crossover investors. Who are looking to sort of get a foothold in a company pre potential IPO or what we're also seeing some family offices like the Casey Kayes of the world. And the Richard king Mellon foundations that are getting involved in these later stage deals that nah, not would they weren't necessarily around five years ago. So I think on the early stage side, it's still a little bit of a hit and miss, and it's and it's really hard to find folks who have done a substantial number of series. But a lot of folks that have done one or two or even three on this list as as as noted, but it's it is it's a challenge. But once you do get that series. A I think the availability for the next round and the ability to actually have a substantial round that could help fund, you know, either pivotal clinical trials, and or a a major commercialization ramp that capital is out there. So that's sort of the the good news bad news on the investor side. Another entity is is really medical international which. To be a a that has his back by clinical doctors and medical device industry veterans. So it sounds almost like another really Uber. Uber super angel group that's really making a market medic. Absolutely. And again, I think what you're what you're finding is the smaller firms with almost sort of the angel investor early stage focus are the folks that are taking the chances on on early stage deals, and again, the these institutional folks are happy to engage in give folks guidance, but are looking to invest later later in in in the series B or or seriously, and we talked to the bit about Europe earlier on the number investments in Europe. What was interesting what I find interesting is a number of the the most prolific investors in device deals last year. We're in we're European investors are talking about endeavor vision, of course, guilty the invest partners in previously mentioned Shang bay. Are they? Finding just more. I I don't know if you did a comparisons to where the European funds are investing. But it seems as if they're really committed to to investing in in US medical tech companies meant to companies because they rank so high on the list..

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"trig" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"trig" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Good evening. Give me a call three three seven one three five five seventy three talk. So let's. Bring it to Windsor. This group came to boulder this group came to some other places. Have you ever been? To a library for a a kid's reading. Have you ever ever done some place where the you bring your kid? They tell them a story, and it's story time at the library. It's it's it's really a great little American tradition. The idea is to get the kitties. Not only excited about reading. But also to give you a little relief. Somebody else's entertaining your kids because they love stories. Don't they? Well. Who's who's a storyteller? The storyteller usually some you think about the late. Great Barbara Bush. You know, some wonderfully grandmotherly maternal person who's got endless patience, who's they're telling the kids about about the story and reading character into it with love as much time as needs. Well. Maybe not quite that. Here's the story from the Greeley Tribune Windsors, drag queens story hour. Yeah. You you read that right draws supporters and protesters to the library. Justin, Kim, ready Carini. I think that's how you do. It went to the Windsor library Saturday. With a message of frustration and caution Cheryl Trig John came to the library. With a message of acceptance and inclusion. Both gathered outside the library along with about a hundred others to make their thoughts known about the libraries decision to host drag queens story hour. Who who wouldn't enjoy? Who wouldn't enjoy that? Drag Queen story hour. All right.

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