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FDA spells out lower sodium goals for food industry

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 d ago

FDA spells out lower sodium goals for food industry

"Sued companies are coming under renewed pressure to use less salt in their products the FDA spelled out long awaited guidelines on Wednesday aimed at reducing sodium levels for a hundred and sixty three foods some favorites like potato chips and French fries along with condiments like ketchup and mustard the voluntary targets are intended to help lower sodium intake the agency says the majority of it comes from packaged or restaurant food not the salt added to meals at home the agency says reductions have to be across the food supply so people can get used to eating less salt over the next two and a half years the FDA's target sodium levels into cut average intake by twelve percent I'm Julie Walker

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Biden Approval Rating Continues to Plummet: Battered on Trust, Leadership, Competency in Poll

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last week

Biden Approval Rating Continues to Plummet: Battered on Trust, Leadership, Competency in Poll

"Anyone. That's actually a deeply rational person. And thinking like tucker. Carlson is a little bit confused about one aspect of the biden white house. There's a lot of not confused about. It's not an easy explanation. It isn't and here's why out today. Quinnipiac their new poll has come out and said that joe biden's approval rating thirty eight percent of the country approves fifty three percent disapproves competency forty two percent. Thanks joe biden is competent fifty. Five percents is not now you might say while those are some terrible numbers. I know. i can't believe forty. Two percent of americans think joe biden is competent. The border twenty. Three percent of americans approve of joe. Biden's handling the border. Sixty seven percent of americans disapprove of joe biden's handling of the border and so these numbers are dreadful. They are some of the worst numbers of a president in modern history. The average price of beef is up twelve percent. Bacon is up seventeen percent pork steak eleven point three percent poultry up seven percent fish and seafood up ten point six percent. Joe biden has a negative approval rating on the f- ouchi virus on the economy on foreign policy on the mexican border and on taxes thirty seven percent approval rating on taxes twenty three percent approval rating on the mexican border thirty four percent approval rating on foreign policy thirty nine percent approval rating on the

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What Is Inflation and Why Does It Happen?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

What Is Inflation and Why Does It Happen?

"Is inflation. Inflation as described by people actually know what they're talking about is when prices go up and productivity stays the same goes down. The simple definition is when there is sustained upward movement in the overall price level of goods and services in the economy holding all else constant this corresponds in the most basic way with the loss of purchasing power for regular and working people now. Inflation does benefit some people if you have massive debt burdens or you have borrowed a significant amount of money. Inflation helps you because then all of a sudden there's more dollar bills. The debt does not change. So if you're one hundred dollars in debt that stays constant but all of a sudden if there's more dollar bills out there than you are able to use those those new dollar bills to pay off an old debt because there was eight percents or ten percents or twelve percent more valuable. The prior year before now. Inflation is a tax on the middle class. We on this program did repeated. Podcasts did repeated broadcasts warning about how washington. dc's addiction to multi trillion dollar spending bills while shutting down the entire economy. Immorally unconstitutionally will result in unexpected and chaotic price increases. We have seen over the last six months but now all of a sudden we're seeing something even more dramatic we are seeing a slowdown of economic activity. People are hitting the brakes and the prices are going up.

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US slightly revises up its GDP estimate for Q2 to 6.7%

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

US slightly revises up its GDP estimate for Q2 to 6.7%

"A fresh estimate of the nation's economic growth shows the second quarter was slightly stronger than first thought the commerce department says the US economy expanded at a six point seven percent annual rate from April through June that's a slight upgrade of its previous estimate of six point six percent the key factor with a slightly higher level of consumer spending which grew at a twelve percent annual rate also up export sales seven point six percent and a twelve point three percent increase in business equipment the second quarter estimate will likely marked a high point for the economy's expansion this year as the resurgence of covered nineteen in the form of the delta variant has slowed some activity and government support programs wind down while manufacturing supply chain issues persist Ben Thomas Washington

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California Has a Lot of Recall Attempts, and Not Just for Governors

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:52 min | Last month

California Has a Lot of Recall Attempts, and Not Just for Governors

"The city of los angeles alone. There are currently three efforts underway right now to recall members of the los angeles city council and the tone of the l. a. times here is telling quote another day another recall notice in the city of los angeles. You need a grand total of five voters to get together to begin the process of calling for a recall for los angeles official five voters. Literally you can start a recall with the number of people you can fit in your camry and it's not just lay across the state of california. There are more than seventy elected officials who are facing the threat of recall just this year. Because that's how they do it in california california asked for recalls all the time you can mount a recall campaign against any statewide elected official for any reason at all if you can achieve the grand results of collecting signatures from just twelve percent of people. Who voted in the last election for that seat. Not twelve percent of registered voters but twelve percent of the number of people who voted in the last election for that seat specifically. That's all you need to be able to get that. Statewide elected official. Put up for recall as low bars. Go this is kind of so low. It just sits there on the floor and invites you to walk on it. And so every governor in california for the past sixty years as faced at one attempt to recall them And you will of course recalled the successful two thousand and three recall of democrat. California governor gray davis. That's how we ended up. Bizarrely with governor arnold schwarzenegger for a hot but now the republicans are trying again with this. Recall attempt that they are mounting against democratic governor gavin. Newsom the polls close tomorrow tonight Excuse me close tomorrow night at eight. Pm pacific time

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Study: Nursing Home Deaths in 2020 Much Higher

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Study: Nursing Home Deaths in 2020 Much Higher

"Nursing home deaths were much higher in twenty twenty official numbers from the CDC or missing about twelve percent of covert cases among nursing home residents and fourteen percent of deaths that's according to new estimates published in the journal of the American medical association network open by a Harvard researcher and her team it translates to thousands of missing data points suggesting more than one hundred and eighteen thousand nursing home residents died of covert nineteen last year the researchers attributed the data holes to the federal centers for Medicare and Medicaid services not asking nursing homes to report cases and deaths until may twenty twenty actually after

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New York Isn't Dead

Squawk Pod

02:04 min | 2 months ago

New York Isn't Dead

"It was the headline struck at the heart of cities. During the pandemic new york is dead. Forever author investor james outdoors op-ed declared new york in a death spiral because quote businesses are remote and they aren't return to the office ended up leading jerry seinfeld to pen. His celebrated appeal declaring that new york. Sure as hell will be back so a year later. Who was right robert. Frank joins us with more robert. Good morning andrew jerry. Seinfeld's words still inspiring new yorkers year later with that hashtag. nyc is not dead and that of course was a response to all tutors. Op ed saying that. Remote work empty office. Buildings boarded up restaurants and hotels. Rising crime and high taxes would hollow out the city for years or decades. Now who was right. Well a year later on the residential real estate size that side that has rebounded sales more than doubling over the past year prices almost back to pre pandemic levels and do rentals having their best quarter in recent history. You look at restaurant traffic. That was down. Eighty nine percent a year ago from pre penned democ. Now it's about half of those prepaid pandemic levels. Mta subway ridership. It is improving but it is still about half what it was pre pandemic hotel occupancy now at around sixty seven percent that compares to about forty percent a year ago so improvement there as well. But new york's recovery future depends a lot on office workers and that is the big unknown. There was forty seven million square feet of empty office space in midtown as the first quarter and then if you look at rental rates they are down nine percent from a year ago a year ago only twelve percent of new york city workers were back in the office. Now it is twenty three percent and guys with the delta variant. We thought people would come back in right after labor day. Now we're looking at mid october. Maybe so until we get those office workers back until we know how many do come back. New york's recovery is still open to question

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Once Lagging, Europe Catches up to the US in Vaccinations

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Once Lagging, Europe Catches up to the US in Vaccinations

"They started off slow but the European Union has now cool talk to the United States and its vaccination drive in mid February less than four percent of people living in the U. were at least partially vaccinated against the corona virus that's compared with nearly twelve percent in the US according to U. K. science publication our world in data now the E. U. has overtaken the US with some sixty percent of the blocks residents receiving at least one days less is less than fifty eight percent of Americans among the twenty seven nation bloc it's the comes out as one of the front runners with roughly sixty three percent of people twelve and older fully protected European authorities attribute success initially and elsewhere to nationalize healthcare and the history of public confidence in the safety of immunizations I'm Karen Thomas

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Why Are HUD Stats Important?

Smart Poker Study Podcast

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Why Are HUD Stats Important?

"Alrighty so why are hud stats important. I'll keep the answer to the super simple. It's basically statistics. Tell us how often are opponents. Make an action if we know how often they do something. We can find ways to exploit that frequency for example if somebody three bets from the small blind at twelve percent. We know they're bluffing. More than sixty percent of the time but how do we know this while it is math. That gives us the answer at twelve percent there. Three bedding one hundred and fifty eight combos and that stuff like pockets. Better ten nine suited. Ace nine suited her better as ten off suit king. Ten suited are better and king. Jack off suits or better you can see. There's tons of junk here. This twelve percent range of one hundred and fifty-eight combos. It really only contains sixty two combos of value hands which are like pocket. Tens or better and ace queen or better and some of those are even a little questionable. Ace queen as queen suited could be value might not be a so a twelve percent three betters. One hundred fifty eight combos if it only contains sixty two kambas of value that means that ninety six combos are likely folding to a four bit and ninety six out of one hundred fifty eight means. They're folding or bluffing. Really a sixty one percent of the time and if they're folding all of these bluffs than our four bet to twenty five big blinds is about break even versus a ten big line three bet and we're printing money if they three bet to eleven or twelve big blinds Because their folding just way too often verses are twenty five big blind four bet and all of that is great to know and it really just comes from the simple math. Every time they three bed us we should be considering a four bit as a

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US Economy Surpasses Pre-Pandemic Size With 6.5% Q2 Growth

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

US Economy Surpasses Pre-Pandemic Size With 6.5% Q2 Growth

"A strong quarter of growth means the economy is now bigger than it was before the pandemic the economy grew at a solid six and a half percent annual rate from April to June spurred by vaccinations and government aid for the entire year the economy is expected to expand perhaps as much as seven percent which would be the biggest calendar year growth since nineteen eighty four other indicators are good as well consumer spending grew by nearly twelve percent last quarter but while the economy showing sustained strength a resurgent virus could weaken the recovery if consumers again hunker down and slow their spending Sager AMAG ani Washington

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Study: EU Electricity Demand Rebounds Without More Emissions

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Study: EU Electricity Demand Rebounds Without More Emissions

"Energy think tank amber says electricity to mount in the E. U. has returned to pre pandemic levels without a corresponding rise in emissions amber says that the mall did join the first half of this year almost match the demand in the same six month period in twenty nineteen well we knew a pull sources accounted for significantly more electricity power from fossil fuels had declined since before the pandemic ember says this has resulted in the E. U. power sector producing twelve percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions over the two year period the researchers say the data shows generating electricity from existing gas and haul the coal plans is now about twice as expensive as generating electricity from new wind and solar power sites I'm Charles the last month

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Why 'How to Be Happier' With Professor Laurie Santos Is the Most Popular Course at Yale

Untangle

02:28 min | 3 months ago

Why 'How to Be Happier' With Professor Laurie Santos Is the Most Popular Course at Yale

"Guest is yale professor of psychology. Laurie santos. Laurie taught psychology. And the good life. I in spring two thousand eighteen in response to concerning levels student depression anxiety and stress on campus. It became the most popular class in. Yale's history next core. Sarah offered the course online calling at the science of wellbeing and to date over. Four hundred thousand people have taken the course laurie. Santa's has definitely hit a nerve. The good news is that we have a lot more control over our happiness levels than we might think. Laurie talks about the fact that happiness is like a leaky tire and happy. People know how to fill up the tire when it starts to deflate. It's not fixed. She says and there are many simple behaviors and practices. We can do to impact it. She talks about how we can put the science to work in our lives. Now here's laurie. Laurie santos it is so great to have you on untangled today. I'm so excited about this topic. Thanks for having me. Let's start with this question of and know you get asked this all the time. But why is this course. The most popular course at yale like what's happening in our world that this kind of course becomes the most popular course. Yeah i mean. I think it's just that students are voting with their feet. You know i mean what we see on college. Campuses cruzi outfit not specific yell. Lots of college campuses is that students are facing this mental health crisis over forty percent of college students naturally report being to punch in most of the time over sixty percents that you're over one really and over twelve percent stated they have seriously considered suicide in the last year right with more than ten percent right so i'd a want an answer to what they should be doing. Better in sam iodate society everything. Which hot isn't giving them great ideas about what they can do. Better as. I think they saw this. This idea of scientific which leads to they can't really went for it or numbers that we totally didn't expect was surreal on campus. To have over a thousand students. Shopping the class in trying to figure out where eventually we have to teach the course in concert hall so it was a little overwhelming. But i think they really want solutions. They don't like is culture films overwhelmed.

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Are Amazon Rumors Behind Bitcoins Biggest Surge in Months?

The Breakdown with NLW

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Are Amazon Rumors Behind Bitcoins Biggest Surge in Months?

"Bitcoin had an absolutely ripping weekend moving from the thirty two thousand. We saw entering the weekend all the way up to thirty nine thousand as i record. It's off just a little from that at around. Thirty eight thousand five hundred or so but still up about twelve percent in the last twenty four hours basically everything. Besides bitcoin is up as well. So the question of today's show is of course what's behind the surge now usually price action. I don't think would be worth an entire show. However in today's context i think it is for a couple reasons. I is that it actually reveals at least says a lot about some of the ways that different forces interact with one another to create price action and crypto markets that i think is a good reminder especially as we get locked into one narrative explanation or another. The second reason is that it's been kind of bleak for a little while so let us enjoy our one day of face ripping volatility the upside discussion. Okay all right so four possible answers. I've seen on crypto twitter about why bitcoin is having its biggest surge in a couple of months. The four possible answers. I've seen are an amazon by rumor. A teenage soothsayer astrology in a short squeeze. So let's go through these amazon by rumor. This is sort of a weird combination of a real thing and a rumor. The real thing happened at the end of last week amazon posted. A job listing on its job site for a digital currency and blockchain product lead quote ua leverage your domain expertise in blockchain distributed ledger central bank digital currencies in crypto currency to develop the case for the capabilities which should be developed dr overall vision and product strategy and gain leadership by an investment for new capabilities. An amazon spokesperson also followed up with coin. Desk saying quote we're inspired by the innovation happening in the crypto currency space. And are exploring what this could look like on amazon. We believe the future will be built on new technologies that enable modern fast and inexpensive payments and hope to bring that future to amazon customers as soon as possible

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WHO: 3.4M Global COVID-19 Cases Last Week, up 12%

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

WHO: 3.4M Global COVID-19 Cases Last Week, up 12%

"Millions more people around the world have contracted the corona virus the World Health Organization says more than three point four million new cases of covert nineteen were confirmed around the world last week that's an increase of twelve percent from the previous week the W. H. O. says the increase transmission is being driven by new variants the relaxation of covert nineteen protocols in the large number of people still susceptible to the virus despite rising vaccination rates the largest increases were in the western Pacific and European regions and the countries registering the most cases were Indonesia Britain Brazil India and the U. S. however the WHO's says the number of deaths continues to decline about fifty seven thousand worldwide in the last week I'm Ben Thomas

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Los Angeles Pilots Program to Try 'Colorblind' Foster Care Decisions

The Young Turks

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Los Angeles Pilots Program to Try 'Colorblind' Foster Care Decisions

"Los angeles department of child and family services is launching a pilot program called blind removal. Now this is the government agency that deals with child welfare issues. Dcfs is the government agency that also makes decisions about whether or not a child should be removed from home Based on the safety of that household. Now i i wanna tell you more about this blind removal pilot program because what it has to do with is the overrepresentation of children of color within the foster care system meaning the children who are typically removed from these households happen to have parents who are black or latino and it looks as though there might be issues with some implicit bias in the decisions that are made so blind. Removal is Meant to take the race component out of it as social workers are deliberating in regard to whether or not they remove a child from a home. So i wanna tell you how the numbers look right now so you can understand why this is a problem. So for instance. Seven percent of children in los angeles county are black while twenty four percent of those removed from their homes from last april to this march were black according to the la county department of children and family services. Twenty percent of children in the county are white with twelve percent of those removed. So as you can see there's an overrepresentation of black children. Being taken out of their household moved out of their households now. Three quarters of children removed from their homes in la. Two thousand twenty. Where either black. Or latino

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What are Frontier Markets?

Money For the Rest of Us

02:19 min | 4 months ago

What are Frontier Markets?

"As i was doing the research. I was fascinated by the sheer size of frontier markets in terms of population. Two point two billion people. A third of the world's population yet the economic impact at this point is still small only about three and a half percent of the world's gross domestic product the monetary value of goods and services produced a third of the world's population produces less than five percent of economic output. This size of the stock market's even smaller frontier markets. Make up less than one percent of global stock market capitalization that's the size of the equity market as determined by the price of a particular company times the shares outstanding less than one percent. And there aren't even that many stocks there are three thousand stocks that comprise the msi all country world index which is both developed and emerging markets. There are fourteen hundred emerging market stocks yet in the mci frontiers market and xers only eighty one stocks the countries that comprise that in. And i'll just go through the list. Because i think it's helpful and instructive to know what's there is croatia estonia iceland lithuania kazakhstan romania serbia's slovenia other countries include kenya morocco. Area bahrain jordan oman bangladesh lanka vietnam the largest country within the index as measured by market capitalization or sizes vietnam. It comprises thirty percent of the frontier market index. Morocco is twelve percent. Iceland's eight percent. Kenya seven percent. Kazakhstan is seven percent in looking at ways to invest the primary. Etf i found for us based investors is the i shares mci frontier and select emerging market. Etf i'm not sure exactly when i shares renamed it but the largest wait in that. Etf is kuwait at nineteen percent. And as i mentioned kuwait was upgraded from my frontier market to an emerging market.

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Consumers Aren't Worried About Inflation Yet

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:32 min | 4 months ago

Consumers Aren't Worried About Inflation Yet

"Has been tough. We know to have heard. Oh so very much about inflation. These past couple of months here there and everywhere. The economic news is about prices going up. What j. powell has to say about it. And whether it's gonna last or be to vote or lustrous fed chair transitory much though in all of this you and what you're thinking about and expecting since inflation expectations are a big part of whether inflation actually shows up. Here's marketplace's mitchell hartman to get us going. Go to the gas station. The price at the pump is more than fifty percent higher than last spring. Used cars up three percent major appliances up twelve percent of claudius som- who spent a decade as an economist at the fed says price spike. So far are mostly concentrated in things like vehicles and appliances and travel tied to the reopening of the economy and frankly over decades. We have seen a very moderate pace of inflation and the federal reserve is convinced that it is going to come back down. And that's what most consumers think too. According to a new survey data for morning console says economist. John lear consumers believe the prices of certain goods and pandemic hit sectors are likely to more rapidly than other goods so right now consumers expect trips and vacations and cars and home repairs to go way up in price but not items like furniture or groceries or rent.

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Ice Shelf Protecting Antarctic Glacier Is Breaking up Faster

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Ice Shelf Protecting Antarctic Glacier Is Breaking up Faster

"A new study says a critical Antarctic glacier is looking more vulnerable as satellite images show the ice shelf that blocks it from collapsing into the sea is breaking up a lot faster than before the pine island glacier's ice shelf loss xcelerated in twenty seventeen causing scientists to worry that with climate change the glacier's collapse could happen a lot sooner than the many centuries predicted the study's lead author is Ian jock in a university of Washington glaciologist who says long shore winds tend to bring more penetrating deep water into the cavity which leads to melting that spend the glacier up that cause more fracturing that because this part to break off and there's a potential feedback you know now that it's twelve percent more the ice shelf maybe have been weakened that much more according to a study in Friday science advances the ice shelf has retreated by twelve miles between twenty seventeen to twenty twenty I'm Shelley handler

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"twelve percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Twelve percent right now in the bond market ten year treasury adding not quite four basis points where at one point let's call at one point one two percent the dollar on a tear with the Bloomberg dollar spot index rising by two point two percent we've got a weaker yen one await thirty five and the euro being clobbered today against the greenback weird about eight twenty one you're caught up on markets back to balance of power thank you so much are right now we want to take a little bit further into the fiscal stimulus that the trump administration is proposing we have heard a at the ticker number of one point three trillion dollars this includes helicopter money or basically sending American families at check us that they can meet their bills through this period of time to parse out how effective the plan will be let's bring in Katherine Baker I'm so pleased to say she is a professor she is the dean and to admit it dead men profess Sir at the university of Chicago Harris school of public policy over there in Hyde Park Katharine thank you so much for being with us what's your initial take on the program as outlined as effectively address the immediate concerns which is meeting bills making sure people can pay for hospital stays and also the current virus testing I think that immediate concern is exactly the right place to focus estimate was broken had two goals and I think the attempt is to get both of those accomplished the first is short term social insurance safety net spending there are people who are not getting income who still have to buy food and pay rent and take care of their families so getting dollars to those families immediately provides a vital safety net but in the longer term concerns how do we reinstate demand and get the economy going again once people are actually in a position to think beyond those immediate needs and go out and buy things that will employ other people and keep businesses afloat so we need to be thinking short term right away but also longer term to whether what could be a very bad recessions Catherine that you've done so much work about the health care system in the United States and this is very much the pain point right now the big concern of politicians as they try to prevent this sort of overwhelming we've that they're expecting how could the US healthcare system have been better prepared to handle something like this given the fact we may see something like it again we do not have a very coordinated health care system and that has some small advantages in generating innovation and tailoring care to individual patients needs but it comes with a substantial disadvantage that's in sharp relief in the national crisis like this that we don't have great mechanisms for coordinating resources and we're relying on individual hospitals individual insurers state Medicaid programs as well as the federal government to make sure that we manage the limited capacity that we have right now at how it badly prepared are we I guess is the way to put it given the fact that we have ships basically coming up to the to New York to provide hospital beds and ventilators I think we have to keep problems one is lack of capacity and lack of equipment do we have enough ventilators do we have enough hospital beds and then we have a second problem that makes the first one worse which is efficient allocation of the resources that we have we don't have great mechanisms in place yet to make sure that the ventilators are where they need to be and that hospital beds are going to the sickest patients there is a mismatch in space and in capacity even for the limited capacity we have so we need to be particularly effective at allocating resources given those constraints keeping people at home who can be safely at home deferring optional or discretionary care making sure we keep our healthcare workforce healthy so that they can continue to work those are of vital importance in the coming weeks another aspect that this is really thrown cold cold relief on the is that a growing number of physicians have been going into specialty practices rather than becoming generalists because the specialties paying more and there is a shortage of internists and that sort of been something highlighted by this whole effort do you have a sense of how vast is the sort of undersupply it's sort of a ticket is of a harsh term to use for human beings but the lack of of general practitioners there are relative to the need it's particularly acute right now during this crisis obviously but it's been a persistent problem that we have too many healthcare resources in some geographies in some specialties in some areas and too few resources than others so we need to adjust our payment plans through Medicare especially but more broadly in the health care system to promote not only physicians entering general practice or internet satellite but also extent other health care workers like nurse practitioners physician assistants to be able to practice at the top of their license and provide care that extends the physician workforce effectively and provide more resources for basic care management now right now we are not as concerned with basic care management were concerned with averting a crisis but that problem will persist in the U. S. health care system unless we change our payments Katherine Baker thank you so much for being with me today a really important topic on a could moment of crisis for the entire world Katherine Baker leading scholar the economic analysis and health policy professor at the university of Chicago Harris school of public policy it with extensive research into health care policy and economics very much at the forefront right now as the world reels from the corona virus and its spread the mortality rate being somewhat above that of the influenza but we don't really know and that has been the problem is the lack of knowledge around the virus around it spread as well as how to cure it with either a vaccine or medication right now in markets we are seeing that uncertainty reflected in another day of breaching the limit down in U. S. equities the S. and P. now is trading again as Doug was saying it is down seven point four percent the nasdaq down six point six percent the Dow down eight and a half percent as markets real meanwhile the dollar really standing out as the old we haven reaching the highest level on record if you look at the Bloomberg dollar spot.

"twelve percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The Dow fell twelve percent the S. and P. was off by almost as much on fears the corona virus could hurt economies in the market was due for a little pull back we were at all time highs up until last week markets always looking for an excuse and we sure as heck got it news on six point five W. DPO ask the expert Joe birch says this is really the time to take advantage of lower stock prices this week I have somebody walk in one of our clients walk in with a half million dollars check he's been holding on to he said I want it he's the opportunity things are down investors also heard late last week from the federal reserve chairman of the central bank will act as appropriate to support the U. S. economy they've all news ninety six point five W. DDL yeah more up and down on the stock market this morning right now Dow futures are down over sixty point good morning is now eight twenty on Orlando's morning news top that full five day forecast Hey rusty friends we've got some warmer weather on the way for this afternoon it's going to be beautiful outside sunny skies still low humidity at a time high today getting up to seventy eight degrees for tonight still comfortable as well mostly clear skies morning low tomorrow to be back down to the upper fifties mostly sunny skies in your Tuesday but the warmer weather really cranks in tomorrow up to eighty three for the daytime highs and kind of out right hot for this time of the year on Wednesday partly cloudy skies a high all the way up to eighty eight degrees next front arrives on Thursday with this one it's still gonna bring us some warm air ahead of the rain eighty seven the high on Thursday but a seventy percent chance for showers and storms during the afternoon hours of Thursday and then behind that front will have a northerly breeze and it'll be beautiful on Friday with a high of seventy five with the extended five day forecast four times an hour I'm channel nine beer all just rusty McRaney thanks rusty now it's cloudy and cool fifty six other Landau severe weather station six such security triple team traffic let's go try to cut her hair wanted terror ground worries about before twenty seven to five thirty two then OPG to ameliorate look the point thirty four west bound the board seventeen down to.

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"twelve percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Actually, you can actually reduce your risk of AOL s partisan Huntington's, as m s by eating high-fat yogurts, you know, yogurts like this new eight to twelve percent of fat in it. Perfect high-fat, milk high fat cheeses. And no, this skim milk, and nosy fat yogurts and things. Got to be all the high fat dairy products. Well, almost eliminate your positive getting these diseases, including ails. But once you have them, you take you the high milk fat things, and including butter and milk and yogurt and stuff. And you take all your nineties since nutrient, plus, special things brain metabolism. It all goes away, usually two to three months, texting tweets, reduc Wallich, and Tom has won. Now. What do you have tummy? Sure, do this one from Kurt in Delaware. Please doc. What particular exercise? I can do in conjunction with my supplementation in order to get six packs stomach. I don't know if you need a six pack stomach doc, you just need to be lean right? Well, the main thing is that you're giving your body to ninety centers, particularly if you're exercising actually have two CDs will answer these questions once called dead athletes, don't lie. And the other one is exercise supplementation suicide in fact, professional athletes that make several million dollars a game live on the take all sports combined depends on the sports, but professional football players around fifty one all the other sports combined to sixty two couch potatoes lived to be seventy she they live twenty three years longer than professional athletes, couch potatoes. The football players. A lot of them have brain issues because of the hitting right. Well, that's possibility hitting could be big again because they're not getting the nutrients okay to maintain the brain. And they're just choosing poorly and what they eat, and they don't supplement properly, but also to answer to the question. How did you deal with the six pack? They want to give the muscles everything it needs. So we came up with a sports, drink, whole rebound has a hundred nutrients in it all the other sports on the market. George only have two to six somewhere between two and six nutrients, none of which will prevent those sudden, heart attacks, and none of which will help you get a six pack, but are rebound comes in a thirty pack individuals servings or a canister of the crystals. Our cans and you can, you know, drink a can say a half hour before you're going to do your sit-ups, and your knee lifts, and bicycling and all that kind of stuff, which helps with six packs, and during your exercise and then have won a half hour. You know, exercising shower, all kinds of stuff. You take your third serving of your rebound. We have so many professional athletes and Olympic athletes, the use our rebound because of that. And also, we.

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"twelve percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:06 min | 2 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"You've won eight games in two years with your current quarterback. Who? Regardless of opinion on them. Is it like to be better than it? Was you want to say is not gonna be any worse fine. So we wonder boy that's a big cap it twenty three point two million dollars. Twelve percent of the giants cap in two thousand nineteen will be paid to ally. Manning. So you say to yourself. I wonder what they're gonna do. And Dave Gettleman says he's quarterback. We think we can compete otherwise why pay twelve percent of your cap to a quarterback when it doesn't matter who your quarterback is because you're not going to compete. But no, that's not what they said. They said they're going to compete in two thousand nineteen and that's why they didn't cut or trade or even go she ate a pullback in the salary. They said this is our guy we still believe in him. We still think he's great. Did you see him in December? You mean when the games were meaningless forget that part? Did you see him in December? So. Okay. Agree with that disagree with not germane to my point. They made their decision allies their quarterback. Allies never said he wanted to mentor. He's never offered money back to the team. He's never said, let's renegotiate my contract. So we can bring in better players. He's never said he's looking forward to bringing the next guy along I'm the starter. I'm the guy. How dare you even think about it? And the giants said, yes, sir. May I have another. That's how the giants react to Ilan manning. Yes, sir. May I have another. So. The draft is coming up. Gettleman and company sit around and table. Cattleman watches the senior bowl. December nothing really happens after that. So you go through your months January February March. And you now have in your head. Apparently, given what happened that we're gonna take Daniel Jones. Okay. What are we gonna do about allies contract? Then. Because we're not going to be able to get better. We won eight games in two years. We can't give up our first round pick for a guy that's gonna be on the bench six Dover. All we can't do that. So for taking a quarterback six. I don't care what his name is. If we're taking a quarterback sixth. We've got a part ways with. Why? Because if we're taking a quarterback with our first pick, we are not planning to compete in two thousand nineteen we have too many holes. We can't give up that pick for a guy who can't play. And the reason it can't play is not because he won't play. But because only one of them can play so either they transition to the new kid in which case you have twelve percent of your cap sitting on the bench or they play ally. And you have your first round pick sitting on the bench. They'll never play together. We know that. This organization. Is so poorly run. It can't really be described in words. From Mera on down. And it started with mcadoo and it hasn't stopped since. And there's nowhere to hide. And if you're saying as some are, you know, what if the pick works out this all be fine. You don't get my point. This is not about. What Daniel Jones becomes hope? He becomes an all pro. This is about an organization that is too incompetent to understand that you can't putt. No organization anywhere. Would do what they did. You cannot under any circumstances. After two years of eight wins total. Put twelve percent of your cap and your quarterback. And then draft a quarterback you either do one or the other. If they cut ally manning take an cap space and that money picked up a Ryan Fitzpatrick type. I'd be fine with this. As least would be defensible. I might not like it because I don't like Jones or skeptic about Jones or I think they got him later. But. I'm not making personnel decisions here. I'm not one of these talk show was gonna come on and tell you why this guy is better than this guy. I don't get paid for that. And we all know the number of mistakes that are made, but I can tell you this unequivocally you cannot under any circumstance, nor can you defend it. Bring me lie. Manning back and a full salary. To attain that went five and eleven with defensive holes all over the place. And then give up your biggest chip your first pick overall six to get another player in the same position. Not today. Not tomorrow not groundhog's day. Can you do that? And they did it. They're paying full price thirty eight year old quarterback, which is their right? If they think he can play. I don't. But they do that's fine. They're allowed. But you cannot then. Give up your six pick. Because when you took. Daniel Jones sixth you gave up on two thousand nineteen. So now you have two thousand nineteen season that is going to be mediocre at best if they overachieved they'll be mediocre. And while you're doing that you've got a twenty three point two million dollar quarterback. Why God knows? And this never ever ever ever ever was going to end well for you lie manning in this city. They had their chance they blew it. Now, make no mistake in East Rutherford. The tail is wagging the dog and the tales name is Eli manning. And it's embarrassing. And what you should be concerned about is not this decision. But that any team can make this kind of decision means that the next time they're faced with a decision like this then screwing up again trust me as a jet fan. I know. You don't all of a sudden get hit by lightning and get smart? They've lost it. They've lost. It. And it's too bad because they had a tradition. But they held onto long. And now, they don't know what they're doing. And there's no one who can call today defend this, no one you could defend Jones, you can defend manning, but you can't defend having manning and picking a quarterback any quarterback sixth overall when you've only won eight games the last two years, you cannot defend One of the reasons I don't host all the time as I'm too negative about things that bother me. And it's okay because I'm more comfortable being honest than I am working all the time. And I'm lucky that I don't need to work all the time. I'm not sitting at home sad. Oh, sure. I wish I was on all the time. And I wish I had fulltime work. But I don't and part of the reason I don't is that I don't. Sit still last night the Mets ripped every single one of you fans of that game off. And they did it with a smile on their face. Oh, we care about the fans. We it's April. It's rained all day. It's freezing. And you delay game two hours and forty five minutes. In april. And there's one reason they delayed that game they could because you've got nothing like being thirty thousand feet in an airplane that got you. What are you going to do? You're in a traffic jam on varick street. Your turn is three blocks away. And it's Friday afternoon. What are you going to do? That's how they treat. You. They treat you like it doesn't matter. We'll do whatever we want their idiot fans. They'll come back. They're addicted. They'll come back there. We can do whatever we want. And some ways there, right? Which is why sportstalk matters, which is why it does well in the ratings, which is why people care. Because we do part of the fabric relevance. So it does matter. It is important. You could charge six dollars for a bottle of water. You could charge fifty dollars the park, you could charge fifteen dollars for a.

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"twelve percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Which means that some of the other difficult is that business? The fact that it's increasingly harder to pay for a big storefront selling bilk and groceries convenience store when you have online competitors. So far. Starts to do badly. The cracks start to appear in those businesses which is what you're seeing with. With Walgreens this week had a miserable quarter and fell twelve percent. When they earnings early this week, how CVS a severe kind of forecast this for for the whole industry earlier in the year, they gave a full year forecasts that was really disappointing mostly on the back of of kind of those drug pricing trends that I mentioned that you know, they're going to be particularly bad in the year to come to question. I guess whether it's going to improve the long term and both of these companies have have definitely done. They're convinced investors. That's the case. But I'm not so sure that there's going to be a sudden return to the way things were in drug pricing. Honestly think that it's really clear that reimbursement and pricing pressures grow more acute rather than less overtime. It doesn't seem to me. Like prescription drugs have gotten any cheaper. But have. They got cheaper. It's less. They've gotten cheaper and more that they are not getting more expensive to say marine. So there's pressure on this kind of big ten fifty percent annual price increases take us to see and were incredibly profitable for basically everyone in ecosystem if very bad for patients. And as a consequence you have basically everyone in the middle making less money than they were used to you have added pressure from each of the players to to make money and other ways, and when it's pharmacy benefit manager companies that stayed in between the pharmacy and the manufacturer. They're getting less discounts less fuel rebates from manufacturers because they're not liking prices much. They're gonna squeeze the pharmacy and get that reimbursement pressure some throwback. I still looking for the bookstore. I missed the bookstores. So now, they're going to have more and more people going on the internet to get their drugs that you won't have that pharmacy the pharmacist behind the counter to tell you this with with water, plenty of water, whatever. So I think a lot of ways these sort of pharmacies that have created these giant national change their counting on the fact that you will always kind of need that physical location case, that's true. In some cases, when you're getting on a new prescription, but for for something you get into recurring basis. I mean, why why do you need to go there? And especially if if if if you ever talked to people that actually have a long running spirits with these chains are particularly happy. So you're you're seeing. More and more start up type companies that are focused on mail order on little Nishi of the market, and those are going to grow more threatening over time, I think because people get more comfortable as it's over the internet, and as the compete on price, which a lot of these newer companies are trying to do as well, I noticed that CVS in particular in Walgreens is doing the same is always offering to send yourself through the mail..

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"twelve percent" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Packers will kick off this year on Thursday, September fifth patriots home opener raising the sixth banner on Sunday night football who should the pats play this year jets seven percent Steelers twelve percent Cowboys twelve percent thought that would be higher chiefs. Thirty three percent Cleveland Browns. Baby ready for primetime thirty six percent. I think it's it's the Steelers they should save the Browns for later. Let them get their sea legs honor. It's so tough to win on the road. But she wants to see what they look like right away. Steelers. I wanna see what they look like minus minus levian bell. Throw them right out there. See how they can sink or swim that night. That one is the one I would love to see Big Ben Tom Brady. Let's roll. Let's roll Sunday night football. I think NBC would be all over that. I'm okay with any of those Cowboys chiefs. The jets the jazz the jets, let's see what they look like later on down the road. They put them in by giving says Sam darnold is the best quarterback in the AFC. Please. That's just that's positively absurd. And I love Menashe. I've I've been interviewed by him. All of that, whatever. That's not Tom Brady. Everybody just watch no left tackle. No gronk. No big whoop. Sony. Michelle you're going to be dynamite oil, hopefully, they draft one of these Iowa tight ends in the first round. They might that'd be great. I don't know if they're gonna be neither remember they're gonna. I think I would tighten Stanton. Hopkinson are going to be top fifteen players think you're right. I think you're right..

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"twelve percent" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Listen to the podcast. And you may be read two. That's right. All right. Ted. What do you say we get into our beer's? Okay. You wanna go first? Sure. I'll go first. Okay. So this week I have another Homebrew, and it's a Belgian strong that brewed. It's about twelve percent wound up happening was so it's a little bit of an experiment. So what wound up happening was the yeast gut a little bit too drunk? I think and it wasn't earned. They weren't fermentation because this one is in the bottle. So what I wound up doing was when I popped a bunch. None of them were ferment it after like weeks and weeks in the bottle. So I got champagne yeast, and I dish out a little bit each champagne east goes highs twenty percent or something before it winds up getting to the point. It kills itself off where the yeast used probably was that. It's max at twelve percent. And that's the reason they weren't fermenting in the bottle. Okay. So with that I put champagne east. So let's see if my experiment worked. I'm sure hoping that this is ferment it if not you're not going to hear a pop it's not gonna be carbonated. We're going to take a break. Go record it and get some other beer. My rep is on the line. Here we go, but we'll find out. So what I what I did with others, by the way in the past. I put him in a closet. That's a Jason to the hot water heater. So the closet stays warm. And then all of a sudden like yeast love it when it's warm, especially Belgian east, you know. Well, this was out in the garage in my little fermentation chamber, and it's been cold. So that could be one of the reasons, but I'm not gonna make excuse. Let's see let's see here we go kids. Oh, they're went beautiful. So my rep is still intact. Ooh list that this one's for clerks. I'm gonna share with her because it's a big Belgian bottle. Oh my goodness. Look at the foam the head. It's beautiful. There you go Clarice at once for you, ma'am. I experiment with the champagne as disease champagne used impart flavors into it. Might you know, it's a good question. Honestly, I don't know if it would impart flavors or not, but I'm going to let that head go down because I have it in a do Vel tulip glass, by the way. Nice. Okay. So as you could see it's kind of a deep, amber, it's like, well, it's a Belgian strong thirteen percent alcohol and it's sitting at about thirty three abuse. Wow. All right. Go ahead open years, and then we'll do tasting notes. Okay. But before I do that. I will I will note that arduous wincing over here at the stuff that we doing with that. Oh such a fetishes. So I went with a new beer again bidder. Brothers brewing from San Diego, bitter brothers brewery. I picked it up because it is a I think it's a great marketing piece, the can another microbrews from California. It's called protocol son, an Amarillo, and it has you know, normally read the blurbs on here. But this one has a funny thing where things you can enjoy the beer with and has a list, and it says enjoy with curry tater tots or in sponge, cake Seinfeld. The one about soup and your dad. So I thought it was funny. It's another another way to be tongue in cheek about it. It's appearance. That's golden color. Citrus. Especially orange and floral notes and flavor fresh orange pepper and a clean bitter finish. I'll be the judge of that. The only thing I don't like about the label is that they have the brothers on the side. I don't know. It's it's a silhouette of the brothers. It's part of their logo. But on the description of it they're there. What is it that turned ninety degrees? He's and they're kind of hanging out in the sky. I don't know. I don't I don't like. But here we go..

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"twelve percent" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Or wherever you listen to the podcast. And you may be read two. That's right. All right. Ted what he say, we get into our beer's. Okay. You wanna go first? Sure. I'll go first. Okay. So this week I have another Homebrew, and it's a Belgian strong that brewed. It's about twelve percent wound up happening was so it's a little bit of an experiment. So what wound up happening was the yeast gut a little bit too drunk? I think and it wasn't earned. They weren't fermentation because this one is in the bottle. So what I wound up doing was when I popped a bunch. None of them were ferment it after like weeks and weeks in the bottle. So I got champagne yeast, and I dish out a little bit each and champagne east goes highs like twenty percent or something before it winds up getting to the point. It kills itself off where the yeast used probably was that. It's max at twelve percent. And that's the reason they weren't fermenting in the bottle. Okay. So with that I put champagne east. So let's see if my experiment worked. I'm sure hoping that this is ferment it if not you're not going to hear a pop it's not gonna be carbonated. We're going to take a break. So go record it and get some other beer. My rep is on the line. Here we go, but we'll find out. So what I what I did with others, by the way in the past. I put him in a closet. That's a Jason to the hot water heater. So the closet stays warm, and then all of a sudden like yeast level when it's warm especially Belgian east, you know, well, this was out in the garage in my little fermentation chamber, and it's been cold. So that could be one of the reasons, but I'm not gonna make excuse. Let's see let's see here we go kids. Oh, they're went beautiful. So my rep is still intact. List that this one's for clerks. I'm gonna share with her because it's a big Belgian bottle. Oh my goodness. Look at the foam the head it's beautiful. There you go Clarice at once for you, ma'am. I experiment with the champagne as disease champagne used impart flavors into it. Might you know, it's a good question. Honestly, I don't know if it would impart flavors or not, but I'm going to let that head go down because I have it in a devel- tulip glass, by the way. Nice. Okay. So and as you could see it's kind of a deep, amber, it's like a, well, it's a Belgian strong thirteen percent alcohol, and it's sitting at about thirty three abuse. Wow. All right. Go ahead open years, and then we'll do tasting notes. Okay. But before I do that. I will I will note that arduous wincing over here at the stuff that we doing with that. Oh such a fetish. So I went with a new beer again bidder. Brothers brewing from San Diego, bitter brothers brewery. I picked it up because it is a I think it's a great marketing piece, the can another micro brew from California. It's called product son, an Amarillo, and it has you know, normally read the blurbs on here. But this one has a funny thing where things you can enjoy the beer with and has a list and it says enjoy with curry tater tots orange. Sponge, cake Seinfeld. The one about soup and your dad. So I thought it was funny. It's another another way to be tongue in cheek about it. It's appearance. That's gold in color. Citrus. Especially orange and floral notes and flavor fresh orange pepper and a clean bitter finish. I'll be the judge of that. The only thing I don't like about the label is that they have the brothers on the side. I don't know. It's a silhouette of the brothers. It's part of their logo. But on the description of it they're there. What is it that turned ninety degrees? And they're kind of hanging out in the sky. I don't know. I don't I don't like. But here we go..

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"twelve percent" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"I want to figure out what's going on over this planet. Interesting like space travel. Yeah. Some curious to know what what happens if we get that really got twelve percent about brain, right? What happens if we got that eighty with? What are we not seeing you know, it just doesn't make sense to me that we're the only people in this universe? And it makes no sense to me that the moon is where it's at like how strategically placed it is like if it wasn't exactly what it was that couldn't exist. I just I want to think about things that I that people don't think about you know, if you ask me what answers I wanna give like I don't want to say some shit. A discover something that's already been discovered. Right. So what's the biggest mystery death in out of space? And I'm not so worried about that right now rather live. But I am curious to know. I think if I find out what's happening outside the space. I'll probably know what's going on with death. But that's you're asking what I'm curious about this little, I if I could be known for something I'd probably get I'd like to be known for, you know, some I just believe that once we know was really fucking going on all these things will sort themselves out. But as fighting each other like being adults and killing and thinking that. Hate makes love is not logical. Hopefully, I can be conscious. When certain things become revealed. Be able to be for that. We get on get also get off this planet like that. You're not curious about that. I'm very curious about that. Like, what do you think would happen if we had access to the rest of our brain? Well, what do you think? We'd see we don't I think the the honest answer. There is that we probably have unconscious access to our brains already. I don't think that it's that we're not using our brain. I think that our brain is largely under sub-conscious control. So there's certainly something interesting, and I don't know if you know whim Hof with there's something interesting about gaining conscious control over the automatic nervous system. Well, what that said, you know, I always say like, I know my brain could do something. And I know that the things I wanted to do I try to make do. But I just think there's some things that we have no ability to even fathom or understand that even if our subconscious is triggering it, whatever is tricking. We can't see like I believe that it is a per. There's a part of our brain that maybe even adult might see we're like the whole thing would be happening. You just has to be. Well, if you really wanna fuck yourself up, do, you know, the double slit experiment in quantum physics? All right. So this has been nana's. So the. Double slit experiment is a particle of light is both a wave and a particle at the same time. Nobody knows how that's possible. But if you take a slit with or a piece of metal with two slits in it, and you shoot a single photon through it. And it's going to go through either one of the slits if you have a camera on it or both of this leads if you don't have the camera on it. So, hey, how it knows that there's a camera on I will never understand, but it has to do with quantum mechanics or basically probabilities, so you're you only collapse something down to an actual definitive state by looking at it by observing it. So if you take the single photon, and you shoot it at it. No camera the interference pattern on the back of the wall that you get it looks like a wave meaning that it's going to both slits if on the other hand you put a camera on it. Then it goes through one slit or the other. I it's so crazy that that's true. I literally can't believe it. So that's where a I'm not smart enough to really grasp. What's going probably be the other part of your Brennan? Well, so is it is there. Another part of my brain that I could tap into. Maybe or am. I just not operating at that level. I don't know, you wouldn't know we don't know. But yeah, that's the quantum mechanics are insane. A lot of your brain is working. We see that she'd gone, but that's what I think like something like that would be easy..

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"twelve percent" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Or, hey, the stock market just did something funky, and you're worried and you're gonna stop with contributing at the moment. No, what these workers did among all of the workers in the country. This study found that those who kept contributing did not interrupt. It. No matter what. Their accounts grew on average fourteen percent of the year. Now that doesn't mean that the investments they chose gained fourteen percent a year. We know they didn't. I mean. Yes. Five hundred was only twelve percent a year, and that's assuming you had one hundred percent of your money in US stock. So we know most workers are not doing that in the first place, and if that was the best performing asset class, and it was only twelve how did these people's accounts grow by fourteen it's because they were getting the employer match, and it was because they were taking advantage of something called dollar cost averaging when you do this when you invest with every single paycheck. You're investing the same amount of money at a regular interval, call it one hundred bucks every two weeks when the stock market fluctuates in value dollar cost averaging where you're investing the same amount of money at a regular interval doesn't matter. The amount doesn't matter the interval. What matters is that you're consistent when you're dollar cost averaging when the stock market fluctuates you actually benefit because when the price of the market goes down when the shares are cheaper in your mutual fund you end up buying more shares. You get lots of shares at low prices. Fewer shares of high prices and the arithmetic works in your favor. And that's what helped these folks grow their account balances better than anybody else. If you're not sure you're getting the biggest bang for your buck in your 4._0._1._K plan. Call us we can show you how to do it. Call.

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"twelve percent" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on KGO 810

"Or, hey, the stock market just did something funky, and you're worried and you're gonna stop with contributing at the moment. No, what these workers did among all of the workers in the country. This study found that those who kept contributing did not interrupt. It. No matter what their accounts grew on average fourteen percent of the year. Now that doesn't mean that the investments they chose gained fourteen. Percent a year. We know they didn't. I mean, the S and P five hundred was only up twelve percent a year, and that's a swimming. You had one hundred percent of your money in US stock. So we know most workers are not doing that in the first place. And if that was the best performing asset class, and it was only twelve how did these people's accounts grow by fourteen it's because they were getting the employer match, and it was because they were taking advantage of something called dollar cost averaging when you do this when you invest with every single paycheck. You're investing the same amount of money at a regular interval, call it a hundred bucks every two weeks when the stock market fluctuates value dollar cost averaging where you're investing the same amount of money at a regular interval doesn't matter. The amount doesn't matter the interval. What matters is that you're consistent when you're dollar cost averaging when the stock market fluctuates you actually benefit because when the market goes down when the shares are cheaper in your mutual fund you end up buying more shares you get. Lots of shares at low prices fewer shares of high prices and the arithmetic works in your favor. And that's what helped these folks grow their account balances better than anybody else. If you're not sure you're getting the biggest bang for your buck in your 4._0._1._K plan. Call us we can show you how.

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"twelve percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Or, hey, the stock market just did something funky, and you're worried and you're gonna stop with contributing at the moment. No, what these workers did among all of the workers in the country. This study found that those who kept contributing did not interrupt. It. No matter what. Their accounts grew on average fourteen percent of the year. Now that doesn't mean that the investments they chose gained fourteen percent a year. We know they didn't. I mean, the S and P one hundred was only twelve percent a year, and that's assuming you had one hundred percent of your money in US stock. So we know most workers are not doing that in the first place, and if that was the best performing asset class, and it was only twelve how do these people's accounts grow by fourteen it's because they were getting the employer match, and it was because they were taking advantage of something called dollar cost averaging when you do this when you invest with every single paycheck. You're investing the same amount of money at a regular interval. Call it a hundred bucks every two weeks when the stock market fluctuates in value dollar cost averaging where you're investing the same amount of money at a regular interval. Doesn't matter. The amount doesn't matter the interval. What matters is that you're consistent when you're dollar cost averaging when the stock market fluctuates you actually benefit because when the price of the market goes down when the shares are cheaper in your mutual fund you end up buying more shares. You get lots of shares at low prices fewer shares of high prices and the arithmetic works in your favor. And that's what helped these folks grow their account balances better than anybody else. If you're not sure you're getting the biggest bang for your buck in your 4._0._1._K plan. Call us we can show you how to do it. Call.

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"twelve percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And a lot of us think that's not very good thing. What do we do to effectively going digital diet? So they did this survey asking people about this kind of thing. And what they found was you know, if your New Year's resolution list to cut. Your smartphone screen. You may have already fallen off the wagon a lot of people are using tools that will tell you just how much time how many hours you're spending on the phone and where you're doing them. The apple introduced something last year called screen and Google Android has has has something called digital wellbeing. So people are starting to use those things I think it was forty some odd percent of people use them in their survey. And yet. Only twelve percent of of the survey respondents felt they were uncomfortable quote unquote with the amount of time they spent on their phones. And that relatively few expected to change their behavior in twenty nine. That's interesting. So as you point out to me digital detox is tough. Why is that? Well, because you know, think of all the reasons why you have that song with you in the first place, obviously, some of us even use them to make phone calls. So we're constantly. You know, we're constantly texting were browsing. You know, where where an Instagram Facebook, all the social media. We do we play games. I mean, we just rely on these things. I mean, it's remarkable to think back, you know. Let's say a decade ago when we had phones, but we we were nowhere near using the way we use them today. And we use them for everything, you know, I have the battle in my house with my kids trying to eat a crowbar to to get away from them. And we adults are are not much better. From speaking with at big personal technology columnist at USA. Today's written a piece about digital detox and all the screen time. I use that apple tool and saw the daily average was five plus hours, and I did detox in the way it worked for me was getting rid of the Facebook and Twitter apps on my phone that trot me down to on around two hours a day, which I felt was reasonable given us for work and things like that. But boy, I was alarmed when I first saw it. I thought well how much time with my wasting? Yeah. I mean half the battle is just just that looking at the cold statistics and seeing really spent five Edwards on the phone yesterday or today, or whatever it is. And you know, people you talk to will say you'll actually he'll better you'll be less depressed. If you spend less time on the phone. You know, it's a mixed bag. We do rely on these things. Lot of good reason. Work included. Maybe you're a kid doing homework. There's lots of good reasons to be on the phone. But there's no question, we we're we're overdoing it. What about for the kids? It's harder for them. I mean, they were attached than I think than we are as adults. Yes. No question about that. Again. It's my house. And I know I'm not alone. One thing that was interesting in the survey. Now, they didn't look at young children the youngest group they did look at which is the eighteen to twenty nine year old actually has the highest incidence of saying that they wanted to spend less time on their devices. So. You know, they're aware of the issue. And and you know, we still not a huge present. It was thirty four percent of them. But still they said they wanted to spend less time on the devices. It's a little bit of a mixed bag because his age group is also probably using the device. More in the first place. Likely Instagram, or Snapchat and things like that Edward big USA today personal technology columnist reminded, by the way, we can connect on social media. You can friend us on Facebook. You can follow us on Twitter at this morning show. You can follow.

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"twelve percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"But with me, Ronnie Thompson, he's one of the education director, and one of the coaches with Online Trading Academy, what's up Ronnie, they Blake. So let's talk about what's going on in the market. What happened this year wall? Markets went up as he was about twelve percent of the year. Now the red for the year last time, I checked the from the highs to Iraq. Now, currently the market's down over fifteen percent from the highs of the market's down fifteen percent from pretty much the highest. A year. Out there fat and happy. They're on autopilot arrived the markets up all year. And now by the end of the year, you're in the red. So what does that mean for you and your money? Well, it means if you don't know what to do how to protect your accounts, you're losing money. So Ron let's talk about you know, what people what what people can do out there to protect their accounts from these downward markets that we've been talking about forever by the first things they have the proper knowledge and the proper skill. You know, many people will turn to their brokers this time, and, you know, their financial planners and typically the only response, you're probably going to hear is. Hey, just hold tight. You know, it'll come back. But the question is how long does it take to comeback? Why are you writing the market's down? Why are you losing on the way down? What if you could profit on the way down the institutions are have you always wondered how these banks and institutions are pulling millions hundreds of millions of dollars in Goldman Sachs actually makes over one hundred million dollars a day trading in a single day. They don't do that every day they have double digits of those days every single year. Now, I'm not going to tell you.

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"twelve percent" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Anchors and MSNBC anchors there in the twelve percent, the slim minority, which I think makes them a protected class doesn't and victims of the white patriarchy or something like that. Lot of mental illness out there. The president also had a couple of tweets that have gotten a little attention where the of note the president noted yesterday. On his Twitter account, twenty hours ago, just left a meeting with Chuck and Nancy Nancy a total waste of time. They surely be called Sydney. Nancy? What was the demise you ever see sitting Nancy? It's kind of a don't watch it's the creepiest movie ever made. But it's gotta fun punk rocker suicidal. Junkies said, Nancy, Chuck and Nancy just left a meeting with Chuck and Nancy a total waste of time. The president wrote I asked what is going to happen in thirty days. If I quickly open things up are you going to improve border security, which includes a wall or steel barrier because they said, you know, no wall, no wall. Then then Chuck said steel barrier is fine because he's voted for that half a dozen times. And then the president said, okay steel barrier. And they said that's immoral because they couldn't be bigger hypocrites. If it were their goal to become bigger hypocrites. It would be virtually impossible for them to become bigger hypocrites. Even if they really put their minds to it. And I use the term mind very loosely. Nancy said, no. And he puts no end caps. I said bye bye nothing else works meeting. He's walked out. He's walked up. Now, the democrat do you have that thing from the college President Trump, the the two thousand four President Trump gave a commencement address? To a college Lon Long Island two thousand four that's fourteen fifteen years ago, the president gave a speech commencement speech at college on Long Island, and during this commencement speech. He was encouraging people to persevere to punch through to keep going. Well, the daily show which used to be a comedy show on what used to be the comedy channel. Now, just another pimple on the democrat party's propaganda machine. The comedy channel found it and the daily show, and now all the news media are using it because the daily show does the research for the the president in two thousand four said this at a commencement speech. And now, the Democrats, and by that I mean, the news media think it's funny to use this line from this commencement speech against him never ever give up. Don't give up don't allow it to happen. It is a concrete wall in front of country wall through it go go around, but get to the other side of that wall say now that I think that's hilarious because they think in two thousand four he was psychically channeling into the future advice to illegal aliens and MS thirteen gang members and drug smugglers, human traffickers, and they think that's funny. So I just wanted to share that with you because it's completely irrelevant. It's a tiny bit funny because he says concrete wall or steel barrier. So there's a little bit coincidental. But beyond that. And then the president continued with his with his tweets yesterday afternoon. He said, the mainstream media has never been more dishonest than it is now NBC and MSNBC are going crazy. They report stories purposely. The exact opposite of the facts. There are truly the opposition party working for the Dem's may even be worse than fake news CNN if that's possible that's true. And the president on the south lawn of the White House today took shots at NBC. It was did you pull that NBC one took shots at be the NBC reporter asked him a stupid question. Suva NBC question and the president took a shot at NBC and had a little fun. I thought this was funny..

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"twelve percent" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"We're talking about for this next movie, twelve percent of the audience and of that twelve percent, how many of those are going to be under the age of seventeen. It's an even smaller percentage. So why are we even chasing after this group? Why aren't we making a more grownup movie for people? And you look at the success of Logan? You look the successive deadpool those that's not a fluke. That's that's an audience that is saying we, we want. Tougher more grownup fair. We want more sophisticated movies and the truth is we're getting that at home. We're not getting it. We're not getting it in movie theaters, and and that's why I look at that Manoa well, you know, I get the blockbuster thing you want that. And those are the only movies that are going to get you that place. You're making a billion dollars. You're you're, you're part of a multinational corporation. You have to. You have to have those red letter days, but isn't there Estrada that they can have where they're making more consistently sixty million dollar r. rated movies for for the people who are actually coming to seem. It's also I think the value of that is that's a farm system for your for your bigger movies. I think we've talked about this before. My trajectory is director to a movie on the level of something like rogue nation or fallout started with way the gun Jack Reacher, rewriting mission, impossible rewriting. Edge of tomorrow working working second unit splinter unit on those movies. That's not really the normal trajectory for directors to go from two to go through. That's not. That's not the farm system that exists. If you cultivated your directors through through a system that also exploited a paying audience that is older and going to see movies and has an emotional connection going. This is that's that's another element of this. Is that. My kids and their friends don't have my kids do because I'm a movie nerd, dragged him to the theatre. Their friends don't really think of going to the movies as thing to do they, it's not a, it's not a reflex action when you ask them, why do they go to see movies? They'll tell you the same thing, five different ways, but it's all the same thing they go because they have to go. They go because everybody's going to be talking about whatever movie they're going to see on Monday and they want to be part of the conversation. And and you so that you have to factor that into your filmmaking if you wanna make a film for younger audience. So I came to this with this all along way of saying, I came to it with complete duality was I'm going to make a film for younger audiences. I don't care if the younger audiences coming or not. 'cause I can't chase after that. I've got a, I got to be me and and hopefully somewhere in there there came out of movie that they're compelled to see this decision to to make fallout that happened on rogue nation, right? Yes. Yeah. Point on rogue nation to, you know. Well, I made the tremendous mistake of coming up with. What was going to happen next on Sean Harris's last night on the movie. I think we talked about this and he didn't Sean Harissa did not want to do this did not wanna do rogue nation. He didn't wanna be. He's not a franchise guy. He's not. He just didn't want to do it. And when I finally convinced him to do it, he said, I'll do it on the condition that you kill me. Yeah, I don't wanna come back then what we were making the movie. We realized that the reason we couldn't finish the third act of the stories because we were trying to force the movie into what we believed these movies had to be, which was Ethan, kills the bad guy yet. I wasn't really looking for a fight between eastern and it's not. It's not a scene I'm hungry for. So we ended that movie the way we did and on his last night, Sean was really agitated. Sean realized he hit suddenly found himself in a situation where he very likely could end up being another one of these movies. And I was talking Don Granger, and I mentioned him as a key. I. I think Shawn's a little, I think is a little weirded out. 'cause he's, you know, he he feels like he can end up getting aspect and Dan goes, he didn't have to worry. We're not going to bring that character back..

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"twelve percent" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"twelve percent" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Slash bs for twenty percent off any order that is the track are dot com slash bs for twelve percent laid track are for listening can you sent me like one hundred thirty pixels even yesterday my wife she comes in the back to why because i'm watching football leaves our phone there and then she's post leave fifteen minutes later i hear the beeping of her phone yeah and she comes in the how there it is like you were just in here santa tracker that's lorry that we we really are like 24 season to right now like with being able to really are this is great i think that this stuff that happened with was it equal facts that it's called her basically everybody apparently i was apparently there i checked all the detect your list now because apparently that another scam if you checked you have to put your social security got night luna yeah so member in the midnineties have risen like don't put your stuff online people and then within ten years erez a now it's fine there it's totally now find of our permissions i know but had her ahmad put your card a guard in an amazon like how do you just it's amazon right i know but everett still out there i was watching the net with sandra bullock which has been the most dated recent movies of the last that's a worse the 25 years on your credit card stuff i like bid ninety sandra bullock i get sucked than i have a soft spot for sandy dennis miller's in there as the as her psychiatrist boys ryan as of get killed but that movie basically lays out everything that's happening now real yeah they don't trust anybody get internet was can be called the net like goes you mean that it adding gear everyone on called the net normal got the internet be disclosure they laid out this whole world that uh just by careful all right sunday watch ables.

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