24 Burst results for "Twenty Bases"

"twenty bases" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

05:25 min | Last week

"twenty bases" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"Well it'd be even point. You could lose points if you're at the end of the week trying to chase a match up. I'm going to bet that. Not your quest. If that's that's what's being asked. I'm guessing that it wouldn't be but you're you're dead on if you're if irian whipper endangered you're you're absolutely right. More careful okay. That's all fair. I mean we got this question. This kinda come to my mind here is we've been going. Eric clearly has hate for former. Al cy young winner. I hate anybody. You're not speaking of mr snow today. Well you want these numbers on your team outside. I mean he had decent numbers and was unlucky. Ear to the cy young season but but to be honest with you he's been a science winner and nothing special in every other year. Okay okay point proven exactly because that is my stick for a very different. Al cy young former winter. So of me. And eric f such a guy. I think trista needs to have al. Cy young guy that he just doesn't buy into it up reversal that that's my guy he's telling melt taking you have to pick any other one now. I need an active guy. Can't go to your homework putting you on the spot but it seems like al. Cy young winners. Don't age well on this podcast. Our and i'll find you on. I'll find hard sounds good. Em tv wants to know albee's or lux in a dynasty league the whole network olive. Lots a whole network wants to know us that wants to know the tv. By the way. I'm looking at the al cy young winners. And you're right this. There's not a lot of fun going. I mean chamber number. But before bieber was verlander alpha the season snell dump them clearly using though kluber probably done for the season porcello. It doesn't even have a season. Douse geico's been fine. But look at k. rate then kluber. Shaer's the nfl price. Mike goodness felix hernandez retired as ing. I love felix while he was great back in the day. I mean i like luxembourg. Good things are coming. But how can you possibly take him over. Ozzy albee's i mean it's two months okay. And now he's not doing what we thought he was gonna do. We still believe in ozzy elvis. Don't wait. I mean he's not gonna to thirty all season long gonna steal twenty bases. I'll show you ever was but should at twenty home runs. It should score runs. i mean. Even he's betting clean up half the time and they're not getting their cleanup hitter back. Hopefully ever so ozzy albee's to me. He's a good bilo option in fantasy. Don't you think i think so. Yeah i'm recalling. The and i don't think it was this past week. It was the one before where he had a pretty nice strategy games. And i think he's got decent pop. Decent speed is much better in terms of batting average. I'm with you that i would buy. I could the walk rate looks good. I mean there's obviously a good player killing these. But i mean that's a decent walk raise not striking out. It's a low babba. Everything tells me that ozzy albee's is a guy who's going to get a lot better and soon now he's not gonna about three hundred the rest of the season but if we wanted to see them. Think ozzy obvious about two seventy five with twenty five home runs. Why can't he get that rate the rest of the season. I think he can't did. You say he's killing lefties. That's so not ozzy. Lp's right and which tells me to eventually hit the right enters. That's why like that yet. He has in the past to me. he's. I've never had a question about him. His last full season in two thousand nine hundred. And i had him on a team and he had a great season against lefties and he was kind of average against righties in one thousand nine hundred twenty nineteen. Yeah because in twenty. He didn't touch them right but short season clobbered them and there were some weird stuff going on twenty twenty because swanson didn't hit lefties at all in two thousand twenty. Either right right. So i was wondering who to atlanta face. Did they only face top left last season. I never got to look okay right. yeah i'm having your reverse. I'm totally reversing. Yeah yeah all right anyway. I like lexus. Ceiling might be higher. That's about the best we can say here is it. What's what's lots of ceiling to you. Might well be higher than hell these but it means they give me numbers in a full season for gavlak. She's not batting three hundred. But i don't think. I want to invest at the point. Is that if. I'm going to say something nice about locks in this debate. The ceiling welby higher. I okay. I think for a couple of years in the future sorting this year to seventy five thousand five fifteen. I doubt lux gets any of those numbers. But i guess he has the power to do it. Okay david johnson sweating desclafani fade during the second. Half of the season. I was one bad outing. Honey see here team there were there were a few guys got bumped from outing student. Minor injuries was he one of the ones to this weekend. Hold and i thought he was but there was against the dodgers and it was just over. Managing buys over manager but he wasn't pitching poorly he walks game against the dodgers so his past the writings of his against dodgers. I don't have any judge them to be honest. Is that one of the best offenses in the sport so he entered. These dodgers starts with a two or three era. He exited with a three fifty sixty. I wouldn't panic. But if i i don't think this is going to have an era better than three fifty the rest of the season do you.

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"twenty bases" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

Fantasy Focus Baseball

03:14 min | 2 months ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball

"Or now there. There are a couple things at play. There one is he could be reaching the dead arm period. That a lot of pitchers do right around this particular week. And that helps keep his price and check because it was skyrocketing. But i've also seen a couple of the previous outings where i saw some things. He is working hard at adjusting and adapting his game. And i'm getting a little more confident in china. Next air doesn't like taking credit. But he nailed lamar jackson and jalen hurts for this same thing for also airs. Kinda got a track record. I'm drafting police everywhere. Just it is what it is. Got good thomas. Thomas puts his multiple multi eligible players on his best. Excuse me bench. You want you to pick your favorite from his crew. This year. chris taylor tommy. Admen thomas de la david fletcher. Who gets the nod for the league round pick. I've been using chris. Taylor for that over edmund If i thought it was gonna steal twenty bases it would be different. But i don't think he's going to do that. And i think based on his miley numbers. This is not a widmaier. Fold story the guy who people over right chris. Taylor is pretty safe playing time. And he just i think better Was still. I like i project. I predicted in the ridiculous column that he would hit twenty runs Won't do anything else is gonna be like they'll sell is gonna lead off and have a twenty home or fifty. Rbi to steal. Line for san francisco which is helpful in a lot of leagues but maybe not in eastern standard Bijou a bunch of places. I would say taylor over edmund would be my ranking fletcher. I like Base percentage but man. That's a single digit home or single single-digit steal guy. It's hard roster that news. Pin league you need. Like i overspent on. Victor robots eleo taveras in my salary cap auction last night. Because i i was desperate for solid basis and they were the only two guys potential for thirty. But they're not good. So if you take fletcher. That's no steals has no power. You can't afford to do that even if he's eligible everywhere so i would say i've got them ranked edmund taylor fletcher la- stella but i'm not really excited about any of these guys. I don't think there. There's some sort of huge breakthrough anyone of the mix. I i agree with you. All the things. You're saying about edmund. The the reason i would take him. I is that he is likely to pull in four key position. eligibility numbers Adding second and third short now field. He's pretty darn quick. And i think that's a pretty decent thing to have from your your multi eligibility kinda guy the issues. I have with him. Of course is greater than fifty percent. Ground ball guy. He's not very good against right handed pitcher so he gets the weak side of the platoon. Numbers you doesn't hit the ball with authority right. It's just. I think he's going to get you playing time and a lot of positions and not a bad thing to have what i wish i had done in my ridiculous call or predictions. No-one gorman gets promoted midseason by the cardinals and play second base when sales i like an owen. Nolan gorman is going to be the cardinals second baseman. He's got massive power to strike out a lot. But why did i forget to do that in my bold. Predictions cop nolan guys..

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Newsletter service Substack is the latest free podcast host

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04:30 min | 6 months ago

Newsletter service Substack is the latest free podcast host

"Doesn't use free. Podcast hosts in town newsletter. Service sub stack is now allowing creators to host paid and free podcasts. There's no cost to host a free one. We've added some stack to our podcast hosts page and you audio at for children has removed podcasts. From its paid service. We can exclusively revealed today after podcast. Creators complained that being added there without consent. We look into it in more detail and ask. Can you help yourself to free podcasts. Your audio app caproni is a new podcast. Host from puerto rico. It's part of the parallel eighteen accelerator program happy twentieth birthday podcasting. Dave winer describes the birth of podcasting twenty years ago this month. A meeting with adam curry. In an unnamed hotel in midtown new york city tracks released their listing of top new podcast of twenty twenty based on average downloads per episode. Nice white. parents is the number one but ten shows from wondering and seven are from iheart. Radio thursdays the biggest day for podcast downloads. That's according to data released by the australian podcast rancor in the most popular podcast genre. Australia is repurpose radio shows. That's according to the ranko which is incomplete but among the participating. Publishers are all six major australian commercial. Radio companies might be the reason our podcast becoming the new medium of misinformation article from the guardian claims that was social networks at clamping down on dangerous content. Podcasting is giving it largely on moderated platform as of last week. Apple has a new requirement for privacy information for all apps on the app store. We had curious to know how that's going to work for. Podcast apps give it apps and always know listener. Data is going apple. Music is now available on google assistant speakers and other example of apple being comfortable for its services to be consumed on non apple hardware. We're wondering how that android app podcast app is coming along. I mean it must be in the works right. Spotify is to allow you to play your own music tracks on android. It already supports this on. Desktop youtube music allows us to store your own tracks in the cloud. Tom webster in his weekly newsletter asks us to respect. Our listeners appears at a new podcast network has launched in north texas focusing on each sports. It's time for some tech off the new podcast. Namespace is now in almost one hundred thousand feeds across seven different hosting platforms with two more hosting companies currently committing develop a time to implementing it jewish listeners. With just slow down for a minute. There's a new proposal for the podcast. Namespace chapters format to include an optional speed suggestion within a chapter away for podcast apps which allow faster playback speeds to slow down to normal speed during certain segments. Like intro out tro music so as not to make them sound rubbish antenna parts now integrates with podcast index. A search provider the proposed location. Tag in the podcast. Namespace has undergone significant revision over the past couple of weeks and now has here has broader consensus toward adoption. Who and benjamin wrote an article about how to record a podcast with multiple remote guests using linex willing to that today from australia at santan newsletter. John and i and the show are as of the end of the year. Not going to be on ear wolf anymore. We love your wolf. They have given us the figure that it would be an. It's like that's not going to happen. And so what makes sense. I think for everybody at this point is that we stay friends. But we don't stay no more up where we're gonna leave. You'll kevin bartlett. Senior produce an ill wolf announcing that. He and his podcast. Hollywood handbook will be leaving. It will in january a day later. The pro version will remain with stick. Share premium is. This racist is also to leave one of the hosts of happy face lauren. Bright per chaco has been signed by hollywood talent agency. See

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Warriors deal Russell to Wolves, get back Wiggins

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Warriors deal Russell to Wolves, get back Wiggins

"For people that missed it. The warriors and Timber Wolves agreed on trade us in the Ngelo Russell Jacob Evans in Amari spelman to Minnesota for Andrew Wiggins a a top three protected twenty twenty one first round pick and a twenty twenty two second round pick. I like to steal from Minnesota. I think Karl Anthony towns and de Ngelo. They're obviously good friends. And that's big because towns it's been very frustrated recently but again let's get back to what the warriors got back in return. I'm not a big Fan. I'm not a fan of that that contract but I guess when you're the warriors they're already a situation where a lot of their guys are locked up so I understand that for them. It doesn't matter as much for another team they just Trying to add a guy that can help them on both ends of the floor and the contract isn't as big of a deal for them. But I just think with twenty-three-year-old all-star which is what Russell was he. He was an all star last year. I just don't think that's enough to get back in return. I do like that. They got the draft pick again. Talk Re protected. Twenty twenty. One should be a much better draft twenty twenty based on what the experts are all saying so in top. You're protected. I mean this Minnesota team made it could finish between four and ten could end up being lottery picked so I do think that is very valuable. That's my favorite part of the acquisition here for the warriors I just feel like with wiggins. He's been so disappointing. Maybe maybe they feel like they can help him reach us well potential. We know they've done a very good job of developing guys. They have great leader as a strong culture which may really help someone like wiggins. This could be totally wrong around here. I will admit that maybe wiggins goes there and this is exactly what he needed to reach us and become a better player in guys like Steph and clay and dream on push push him. I just feel like how did they wait until the offseason because they couldn't afford to be patient here. There really wasn't a sense of urgency. I would like to see if there were different offers or different teams that kind of came to the table. I just don't think this is the kind of package that you pounce on when you have a great trade ship and again twenty-three-year-old all-star and no roe pressure to make a move now so but I it is newsday what you're saying. Though had Russell and curry not work together you think that Russell's trade value could have diminished. So I see what you're saying. I'm just not a big Fan. I think that's my problem here. Yeah and I think for Minnesota standpoint It's a very interesting gamble. Because of course they want him as a free agent right and it's always nice to be able to sign a young player like that. If you get the right opportunity comes along but they miss out. It's so let's remember that to make this deal happen. They basically had to ship out Jeff Teague for basically nothing it trade Covington to get some assets assets kinda like sweet things up and they have to wind up trading wiggins out. It's actually make this deal happen with golden state so I don't WANNA say Minnesota gutted their assets but they actually you. You know invest in quite a bit to get Russell. Now the upside to doing that is you're gonNA have a very exciting offensive oriented team where you've got your best players are both all three point shooters with Karl Anthony towns and Diangelo Russel and they should fit together. Great in pick and roll it could pop situations right so for a fan base. That's been through a lot here. Typical era the Jimmy Butler you know You know being upset a few years ago in the long losing streak this year. I think there are some genuine hope and optimism with that pairing between those two guys. But I think my concern is that they really have stripped out a lot of their other proven talent around them and I think that both those guys are just minus defenders and that part it makes me nervous right. Because you know if you're trying to picture these guys is like this inside outside duo right well you want at least one of them to be a plus defender. And I don't think that's it's ever GonNa Happen for either one of those guys and so now it creates some roster challenges where you have to go out and target some other perimeter defenders guys who can help cover up for Russell in towns so that you can at at least be you know average on the defensive end. If you WANNA be a winning team so I guess long story short I think they invested an awful lot of assets. Just make this Russell thing happened and I'm not totally extolled. That he's the right guy to pair with towns but big picture. They did the most important thing which is keep Karl Anthony towns happy. He's their franchise guy he's been disgruntled. You you know for for months now because of all this losing and so I think they do get a short term went out of that.

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Regulators approve environmental review for Line 3 pipeline

Native America Calling

01:33 min | 1 year ago

Regulators approve environmental review for Line 3 pipeline

"The Indigenous Environmental Network North Coast Rivers Alliance have renewed their request for for preliminary injunction against the Keystone Excel pipeline the company behind the pipeline. Plan to start preconstruction early this month but now reports it will wait until February twenty four. Th Victoria wicks has more transcanada attorneys told the Montana federal judge last year that the company did not intend to start construction until the second quarter of two thousand twenty based on that information. Federal Judge Brian. Morris said there was no immediate need for a preliminary injunction in mid January. This zere Transcanada filed a report indicating. It would start preconstruction at the beginning of February now. Opponents again asked Judge Morris for an injunction they they say preconstruction activities cause irreparable harm such as destruction of trees and wildlife habitat upon said the constitutional and environmental issues must be be resolved before construction starts to avoid bureaucratic momentum. That's when decision makers are less inclined to stop construction. Once it has started upon excite warnings from scientists that carbon emissions have to be reduced to net zero by two thousand fifty to stave off calamity. And so the pipelines contribution to increase carbon carbon emissions does not serve the public interest in response Transcanada issued a new status report that pushes the preconstruction start date to February twenty four th at the earliest. TC lawyers say they'll propose a briefing schedule to allow the court to resolve the injunction issue before the twenty fourth

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President Trump - 'I don't feel like I'm being impeached'

Sean Hannity

03:25 min | 1 year ago

President Trump - 'I don't feel like I'm being impeached'

"Hannity the president at the White House meetings all day but he's just invited the press in and decided to speak live let's go to the president of the United States tell us what does it feel like to be the third president US history well I don't feel like I'm being impeached because it's a hoax it's a set up it's a horrible thing they did they happen to have a small majority and they took that small majority and they forced people and you know they said I watched follow see out there saying no no we don't want to talk to anybody they put the arm on everybody they tried to get him to do what they had to do many of those people were like Jeff what they didn't want to vote that way but it doesn't feel to me it doesn't feel like impeachment last night I sent it I I we had a great time last night the room was packed thousands of people couldn't get in I section that really is a pretty much fifty fifty section in terms of Democrat Republican we had everyone of those people is voting for trump fence everyone of them manage Michigan an important state we brought back tremendous amounts of business tremendous car companies coming and everything else and I'll tell you I was up there I was thinking about I actually said if it doesn't feel like impeachment and you know what it's a phony deal and they keep in the word impeachments an ugly word but they keep in the word impeachment that you never again happen to another president and I think you'll see some very interesting things happen over the coming few days and weeks but to me all I look at we have the greatest economy in the history of our country we've never done so well our military being rebuilt you take a look at the tax cut you take a look at the regulation cuts at levels that nobody's ever seen we're protecting our second amendment which other people want to know what doing things that nobody's ever done before nobody's ever seen with the strongest economy in the history of our country and our country is doing well and you know the other thing that I really saw from yesterday that I think you people have been covering politics for a long time you've never seen a Republican Party zero negative votes zero that hasn't happened almost ever because the Republicans are not necessarily known for that we have better policy they want open borders the Democrats they want sanctuary cities not a bad things happen a lot of other things that have we're doing tremendously on healthcare the individual mandate you know we won yesterday and Supreme Court you saw that in two of the Appellate Division we won yesterday individual mandate is now gone that that's tremendous savings that was the worst part of obamacare we take care of pre existing conditions they're not gonna be able to do that we're doing things that nobody's ever done before and our country is never done better so we're really happy about it and we're really happy to have Jeff on board and we think in twenty twenty based on the polls I just saw a poll came out in USA today yesterday where I'm beating every candidate by a lot I guess most of you so not that U. S. A. today is a friend of mine because they're not but they had a poll it was me against it top candidates on the other side and a meeting everybody by a lot and I think that's where we're going and when we have the best economy in history and if you remember the famous quote it's all about the economy stupid well I don't I never believed it was all about the economy but the economy is a big thing when you have four oh one K. is what people are up seventy eighty ninety and even more than that percent they like trump and they like Mike and we're gonna have a good

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Russia, Europe And Telecoms discussed on Financial Issues

Financial Issues

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Russia, Europe And Telecoms discussed on Financial Issues

"We've gotten to the end of the week Russia thirty minutes since the equity market open off to a wild week the stock six hundred is up six tenths of a percent off the two days of declines looking at industry groups what you're seeing is one of them actually in the green utilities tech and telecoms and healthcare leading the gains that's interesting that defensive sectors I seem to be out performing some of them at least on Europe's equity benchmark I we've had a notification from the and I see that as a delay it to the opening of foot see one hundred and two fifty seems to be due to some technical issues so we don't have forty one hundred trading at the moment CAC forty up seven tenths of percent know the tax also in the green up eight tenths of a cent on the ibex on foot see may also trading higher worlds of seeing a some green on the screen it with the U. S. futures S. and P. five hundred even ease up seven tenths of a cent nasdaq futures high by almost nine tenths of percent in Dow futures up six tenths of percent wild swings as what we saw on the S. and P. five hundred yesterday but we did manage to eek out a gain of a quarter of a percentage point in the end off to plunging three percent the day before of course that came off that historic in version of the two's tends yields because for the first time since two thousand and seven if we look at the two stands right now we're at three basis points were back in positive territory the question becomes do we we invite and if we do do we stay there for how long it is it really the re steepening off to that that you truly need to fear the ten year drop below one point five percent for the first time since twenty sixteen yesterday we back up three basis points I'm on a one fifty six handle but we have talked about twenty basis points will not ten year yield this week and the thirty eight year old has dropped below two percent for the first time since twenty sixteen were up four basis points now on a two a one handle we've seen to the ten year JGB yields hit negative twenty five in this session we close at negative twenty three though ten year bund yield at negative seventy but we are seeing some back up in yields across Europe generally in terms of other safe havens bank America has said that we've seen a huge inflow to safe havens vertically this week Dalian flat now though one of six sport twenty and will bear out she heading for a weekly game demi Saiyan brands both of more than one percent step which I fifty five spot nineteen printed fifty eight to spot ninety

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World Economy: Get Ready for Biggest Week of 2019

Biz 1190 Overnight featuring Bloomberg Radio

06:33 min | 2 years ago

World Economy: Get Ready for Biggest Week of 2019

"Well investors are bracing for what what might be the busiest week of the year for the world economy we get rate decisions from the bank of Japan and bank of England and Brazil there's also China PMI data and U. S. non farm payrolls on Friday as well of course the prospect of the FOMC lowering rates for the first time since two thousand eight is the big one J. pal is expected to keep the world's largest economy running hot as he tries to keep the expansion going on that note let's bring in LGT capital partners executive director and global strategist Mikio quemada Mikhail it's nice to have you with use of a myself today let's start with the obvious question looking at the U. S. economic data and we did get the GDP figure on Friday showing two point one percent annualized growth on the other hand we did have PC inflation coming in worse than expected but you know two point one percent U. S. economic growth that's not too bad is a rate cut justified by the economic data in the US personally I think it is absolutely justified and I would actually vouch for zero by four fifty basis points the reason is because why growth is okay each eve even if you look at the nominal number it's around four percent on an annual basis that's above the ten year average so the growth is okay but inflation is below target and below expectations and as always inflation expectations are below target there's always a case for central banks to surprise on the easing side whether they will actually do it that's a different question I don't I don't think they will go for fifty we kill we put together a chart to show the strong consensus that is building behind a twenty five bit rate cut from the fed our clients to get the extra perspective this is a story a fed funds futures probability but also story of the spread between implied August rates in current levels that is closer to twenty five bits what happens after this make you what happens in the second half of the year as we get closer to September and October well I I don't want to exclude the unlikely possibility that they will do fifty basis points which would be very good I leased in my view but assuming as you suggest that they do twenty five and as is the consensus I think we will need some time for market said they the markets will probably reacted by the room or sell the fact kind of situation so that means they'll probably sell off for a while and then the markets will adopt a wait and see I can check to see if that's enough of the economy does what the companies said Billy what kind of outlooks they deliver for the rest of the year you know the earning season is still ongoing so there will be a period of questioning and you know wait and seeing for the second half if they do fifty basis points I think we'll it'll be a more bullish outlook overall still you know the album is not negative but twenty basis points is kind of like room not really convincing in my view so do you chase risk assets at this point and the reason I ask is because if you take a look at this chart for instance pull it off on the G. TV function on your Bloomberg you can see that when the fed started hiking rates that actually pushed one month treasury yields above the dividend yield on the S. and P. five hundred four eight you know a reasonable amount of time and we saw a flood of money go back into cash like assets money market funds now with the fed poised to cut you would expect that to reverse and you would expect a lot of people to go back into things like equities hi respawns things like that is that something that you would do it this juncture well you know at the end of the day such just about the contents also but what this card will do to the economy and I think you both twenty five to fifty will have a positive effect it's just that fifty basis points will give us more confidence that indeed we will have foster GDP growth going forward so I would see it in degrees happening but the simple answer is yes I think a rate cut is a good thing for for his castle scored Mikhail we come on in the area no role to an editorial for Bloomberg and it's trending with clients say here's what he had to say this is a an important bit of what he really whatever unfolds this busy week to call press are likely to persist first you've got the key data releases and policy meetings that are going to fail to lift the extra ordinary uncertainty in the global economy and then second markets will ignore the competing signals confident that central banks will continue to insulate them from the economic reality are we out of touch with economic reality make here no not at all I would say I would also not agree that the outlook is extraordinary and certain I mean it is uncertain but there's always uncertainty that the the way I look at it is if you look at the entire ten year cycle and you look at either nominal growth if you want to keep it simple in the U. S. or you look at the broader global you know purchasing manager type servi indices which quite well I show you this sort the cycles within the larger bull market that we had over the past ten years we had three slow downs this one is the third one the current one all of these slow downs were combined with extra ordinary fears that turned out to be nothing the first one was a double date in the early two thousand tends the fear that you know we would relapse into a recession very quickly after the great financial crisis never happened the second one was the China hard landing it did lead to a commodity bear market that led to a crashing many emerging markets in the mid two thousand tens but that's hard landing in China never happened either and now we have the third slow down this time this story is the Cold War I their story the trade war with some connotations of a Cold War and the question is will it ever happen in as bad as away as some imagined and I don't think so I think the economy is the answer to everything the economy is weakening but it's not disasters you have chip makers a dominant chip maker in Taiwan I'm sorry I'm in Asia just a few days ago actually giving a pretty bullish outlook in my view about their what they think is going to happen to cap ex despite the trade war and everything and of course they have exposure to all the board markets so I don't think we have extra ordinary the uncertain outlook sometimes we have some uncertainty but we also have central banks are doing the right thing make sure the economy supplied with money

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"twenty bases" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Think at one twenty base for thinking and pictures and videos, you're in a really sweet spot to build on top of along with. They get a ticket to clarity Kahn, which is a thousand bucks. Anyway, that's that would be the model. I think you need to go with. But I think I think clarity con from day one. When you announce it we I mean, literally we've been bought and then like literally, comma. Been bought. We've got an agency we've got clarity con coming. You know? Invoke and wherever on whatever. What's the attention attention length that we can actually push that? It'd be because I'm thinking well how much time we got to Q two conference. And who's the good news? Here's what to meeting about video. And I think we've seen a lot in my internal comms. It's long as your humble and transparent. This can literally view this is how you hedge. It's humility itself. Deprecation? Let's say you make a video in September. Right. Everybody's away for right? You guys clarity con March twenty nineteen super excited about it to me, very Frank. We're gonna start opening a pre sales and getting a sense thousand dollar ticket. Also, you get for free. If your client of ours, very simply I have no idea if this is going to happen in Dunkin donuts or this is going to be done at Buffalo Bills stadium. You know, I think probably more likely Dunkin donuts them Buffalo Bills stadium. But if there's if there's one person that comes or one million people that come we're gonna put on a show you've now eliminated any expectations. Got it. Now, you're not gonna Rable proud, man. Congrats. So it's been a crazy six months since the first meeting with Gary in the mentors that sounds like a band, I closed on the acquisition of the first company that I built. So the automotive business. I've building for the last fifteen years, we're just acquired by the largest national player in the space. I've been giving startup level attention to my creative branding agency congruent as well as my personal brand and my commitment to push people toward clarity, you know. Although we had a lot of stuff rolling already when we started the mentors program. I can definitely say that the strategic guidance and mentor ship that they have given me have really fast tracked the growth of the agency. I wanted to be known as one of the leading voices in automotive branding and pivoting dealers to a new way of selling cars personally. And as an agency, and you know in the last six months are dealers compress podcasts. Gained a ton of traction. My organic Lincoln posts of are getting thousands of us. And yes to be clear that's beat a B attention invited to. Speak on brand building cultivating dealership. Brands at elite events like the driving sales executive summit in Las Vegas and upcoming the ADA convention in San Francisco Voss matab by industry leader on a really cool product launch for autumn motive dealers, and I'm pretty sure with the only creative branding agency with an inside or robust inside knowledge of what automotive dealers need to do an are doing to function. But for real the mentors team is accessible and ready and willing to help I can say Vader mentors change my business for the better continues to improve it for the better. And I think will in the future as well. So here's to the journey.

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Powell sets Fed's course with data-based judgment

WBZ Afternoon News

01:11 min | 3 years ago

Powell sets Fed's course with data-based judgment

"Tonight more records I on Wall. Street the NASDAQ SNP five hundred and Russell two thousand all. Hitting all time highs. Course every Friday at this time we do take a. Look, back at the. Market's performance of the week and Christine Armstrong. For Morgan Stanley joins us now so Christine the other big news today of course we, heard from fed chairman Jerome Powell big big big. This is the dominating news, today we have the Jackson Hole symposium. That will be going on over the, weekend began today we've heard. Independent interviews from hawks on the fed jobs on. The feds so will there won't they right now. The market's pricing. Ninety percents it'll be, an, interest rate Hike and the. Fed chair Jerome, Powell came. Out this afternoon said yes Further gradual rate hikes. He used that word gradual and. Then he said the economy is strong we can handle tighter. Monetary policy but what we. Also know is one we invert yield curves we may get into. Trouble and right now we're about, twenty basis points away from an inversion it made the market feel really. Really. Good because we weren't sure how hawkish, he was

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"twenty bases" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To fifty percent of your income and here's the thing if you if you had that two hundred fifteen thousand dollars in an account that was paying you five percents that would only give you ten thousand a year And you're I would I would tell you to pay that off particularly at your age at. A time you haven't started taking social. Security yet have? You. Know, okay I I would tell you to pay that off because the amount of money you have to have available to make that payment is way higher the balanced to pay it off I mean you got a two hundred fifteen thousand dollar mortgage that's costing. You twenty four thousand a year That's a twelve let's almost twelve percent That'd be paying that sucker off in and it doesn't sound like you're in a high tax bracket where the interest deduction is buying you that light and especially in. Two, thousand, eighteen you'll probably potentially well yeah anyway it. Much of a. Write off at all Well that's what I was thinking well you know because you do get a little bit of variety but what you're saying is my right off is going to be pretty minimum right yeah and the to the money Evan Bank is. Probably, earning, a whole twenty basis points and you're paying Five percent on your or four percent on your, mortgage? You're. Making twenty basis points on. Your savings it just doesn't make sense okay guys thank you so much Dude question good, question Joel we're gonna take. A, quick, break where you're come back in Brooklyn opened up the, phone, lines, and if, you've got. A question pick up the phone give us..

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"twenty bases" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"One of those things harm percent of the market hundred percent in cash and you had to decide if you wanted to be invested based on knowing what the gdp number was going to be a quarter ahead or three months ahead so if you knew three months from now that the gdp number was gonna turn negative you could then do something about that with your portfolio and so ironically a portfolio of of where somebody tried to time the market meaning they knew that the gdp number was going to go negative so we're going to go into recession and they went all the cash a portfolio where people got got the gdp number a quarter headed time underperformed a buy and hold the portfolio and the s and p five hundred by one hundred and twenty basis points since one thousand nine hundred forty eight so it's it's data that goes back a long long time so this is this is essentially market timing with the data that you would think you would need to be able to beat the market and you still underperformed the market by one hundred twenty eight one hundred twenty basis points versus just buying whole strategy so what that tells me is all these analysts that and these market these people that make market predictions should all be fired nobody should listen to them because even with the information that they would supposedly need to make a good call they still can't beat the market and so i just thought that was a really interesting study that was done if you knew the only the only people that beat the market the only in the study that would beat the market if you've got the gdp numbers a year ahead of time it's still barely beats the market is only sixty basis points ahead of the market so even trying to time the market with information you'd need to do it successfully you still can't beat the mark other case why the market.

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"twenty bases" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And those are winning or losing game sometime yeah it's like twenty six and four or something like that and and then in the seventh inning mccutchen hits a triple a tough ball both outfielders centerfield in left field kinda was kinda into between them and make it i got it and he gets a triple and narrows who's in throws a wild pitch and scores him pablo gets a basic crawford got his second hit the twenty base hit to left field while crawford and you know we talk about his stance vita how he sometimes chokes up a little bit tries to take that ball inside the left field quicker to the plate and there was a guy that played a couple of years ago hit left in and he choked up and he talked about more back control where he could hit the ball off his but most time you hit to centerfield and of course he hit a long way down the right field line i'm talking about barry bonds.

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"twenty bases" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Let me just come back to the yorker now to our listeners the yield curve is simply the difference between long and short rates so for example the year closed at two seventy four that's down twenty basis points normally lower longterm rates in particular show weaker economy but i don't i don't see the weakness particularly but others may so the ten years to seventy four the two years to twenty seven all right so two and three quarters for the long one and two and a quarter so that's fifty basis points now steve wise the yield curve model which predicts recessions and recoveries of course it warns an inverted curve if short rates are higher than long rates the high probability of recession we're fifty basis points so it's not inverted but it has flattened is should be i don't see one iota of recession steve i'm not exactly sure why the long bond you your your flight to safety may be correct but how much do we put into this flattening yield curve how much of it is a warning or how much of it is i don't know white noise in the great in the great planet of things right well there's never been a recess and inverted yield curve conversely inverted yield curves have only fifty percent of the time i believe lead to a recession but away from all that there is no playbook for what's occurring now and if you try to look at the old playbook for prior markets you would have missed half of this bull market and the.

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"twenty bases" Discussed on Freedom 970

Freedom 970

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on Freedom 970

"One hundred two hundred times earnings maybe we wanna do something else and that's when people are going to see that they have to do something different with their money they can't just let it sit and hope it grows because it's been that way for the past several years you're not gonna make any money getting twenty basis points or one percent of the bank no going to have to do this this is where security selection and management are going to play the biggest role people were able to put money in equities and just kind of let it roll their even recent volatility two thousand eleven late fifteen early sixteen and in two thousand twelve but this one is going to be different where you kind of exhaust the run in the market and the key is going to be gdp doesn't drop dramatically if you see gdp kind of continuing along to ish percent inflation around one point seven to one point nine percent that gives the fed would they need to keep raising rates and training their balance sheet and and the key and this is the federal reserve chairs have said equities are elevated they're telling you straight up that they believe equities could come down and of course they won't say how much and we're still okay and back to my wife right the thatcher's have told you here's my card they can come down and we'll still be okay raising rates yeah they told you what they're holding in her hand and what they're gonna do so you better be aware if we don't pay attention it's our fault now speaking about paid attention any any of our listeners out there on our website we have a link that you can go to and you can order ronnie's free newsletter economy and markets daily and i gotta tell you i like the thing you and.

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"twenty bases" Discussed on Freedom 970

Freedom 970

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on Freedom 970

"And here's the thing if you if he had that two hundred and fifteen thousand dollars in an account that was paying you five percent that would only give you ten thousand a year old and you're you're i i would i would tell you to pay that off particularly at your age and the time you have it started taking social security yet heavier well okay i i would tell you the pay that up because the amount of money you have to have available to make that payment is way higher than the balanced today at off it i mean you got a two hundred and fifteen thousand dollar mortgage that's cost you twenty four thousand a year that's a twelve let's almost twelve percent i'd be paying that sucker off in it does it sound like you're in a high tax bracket where the interest deduction is by india that much and especially in 2018 you'll probably po potentially well yeah anyway it which are all right off at all i was thinking well you know because you do get a little bit of a right of a what you're saying is my right off is going to be pretty minimum right yeah and and it to the money you have in the bank is probably already know who twenty basis points in your pain uh you know five percent on your or four percent on your mortgage are making twenty basis points on your savings it just doesn't make sense okay guy thank you so much yeah your question good question journal we'll take a quick break when we come back we're going to open up the phone lines in you got a question pick up the phone and give us.

"twenty bases" Discussed on KPAM 860

KPAM 860

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on KPAM 860

"Percent of your income and here's the thing if you if you had that two hundred and fifteen thousand dollars in an account was paying you five percent that would only give you ten thousand a year and you're you know i i would i would tell you the pay that off particularly at your age and the time you haven't started taking social security yet heavier well okay i i would tell you the pay that up because the amount of money you have to have available to make that payment is way higher than the balanced today at off it i mean you you got a two hundred and fifteen thousand dollars mortgage that's cost you twenty four thousand a year but that's a twelve let's almost twelve percent i i'd be paying that sucker off in a doesn't sound like you're in a high tax bracket where the interest deduction is buying you that much and especially in 2018 you'll probably po potentially well anyway it now dan which are right off at all well that's what i was thinking well you know because you do get a little bit of a right of of what you're saying is my right off is going to be pretty minimum right yeah and and it to the money you have in the bank is probably already know who twenty basis points in your pain uh you know five percent on your more four percent on your mortgage are making twenty basis points in your savings it just doesn't make sense talking guys thank you so much yeah your question good question journal we'll take a quick break we're gonna come back in uh we're gonna open up the phone lines that if you get a question.

"twenty bases" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

"Investments are not fdic ensured door the deposits of war guarantee by a bank or any other entities are they may lose value american funds are not available outside the us the following is not intended as an offer to purchase or distribute american funds outside the us com you pat doc i met miller in this is capital ideas your connection to the minds and insight shaping the world of investments after a long period of hibernation volatility has returned to royal the financial markets in recent weeks might get led capital groups head of fixedincome sat down the other day with american funds distributors president matt o'connor to share his insights into how we got here where were likely headed in what fixedincome investors should consider as they weather this choppy period so listen and learn white interest rates matter in today's environment but don't tell the full story what to watch for as we anticipate a rise in inflation and wild longterm investment approach can often be the best antidote to bowl the toll markets now here's metal qatar's conversation with mike gittler my name is matt o'connor and i am the president of american funds distributors part of the capitol group and i'm very pleased to be joined today by might get when mike is responsible for capitals fixed income effort mike as you open of responsibility for a fixed income business maybe just stop for a couple of comments in terms of the recent environment if you could pulling them debt you spend a lot of time thinking about macro events certainly rates economic data what do you think about the rate environment and where do you see it going from here great thanks matt so interest rates clearly matter i think we're on agreement on that but i think investors are more focused on the change of direction and rates globally than the actual magnitude of the rate move if you look at the 10year us treasury yields to 84 this morning it was about twenty basis points lower nearly a year ago and ford markets suggest it will be twenty basis points higher a year from now that's far from.

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"twenty bases" Discussed on KPAM 860

KPAM 860

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on KPAM 860

"And here's the thing if you if you had that two hundred and fifteen thousand dollars in an account that was paying you five percent that would only give you ten thousand a year or a little and you're i i i would i would tell you the pay that off particularly at your age at the time you haven't started taking social security yet heavier well okay i i would tell you the pay that up because the amount of money you have to have available to make that payment is way higher than the balance today at off it i mean you you got a two hundred and fifteen thousand dollar mortgage that's cost you twenty four thousand a year that's a twelve let's almost twelve percent i i'd be paying that soccer off in it does it sound like you're in a high tax bracket where the interest deduction is buying you that much and especially in 2018 you'll probably po potentially well yeah anyway it which are right off at all well that's what i was thinking well you know because you do get a little bit of a right of a what you're saying is my right off is going to be pretty minimum right yeah and and the to the money in the bank is probably already know who twenty basis points in your pain uh you know five percent on your or four percent on your mortgage are making twenty basis points on your savings it just doesn't make sense punking guy thank you so much yeah you obey questioned good question show we're gonna take a quick break we'll come back in uh we're gonna open up the phone lines if you got a question pick up the phone and give us a.

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"twenty bases" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on KOMO

"X at one one fund the charges about twenty basis points very inexpensive no commissions and you get global exposure i think it's a pretty dongguan good deal i look at it it seems a gorgeous okay so i would just go to the website yet i now funding set up an account the either up to like a retirement account like an individual reneged cowed or a roth ira or just a regular brokerage account one or the other thing the thing my friend tom neglects to mention every time he wreck he suggests the blood which is what is that it is a one hundred percent equity on right it's going to bad variants yep it could decline in a terrible market as much as say about fifty percent yup it lease it has in the past so it's it's a it could be very volatile it has been very lucrative oil will likely continue to be okay uh but you may want to build a portfolio that's a little better balance between on show wanted you could balance shit with the v b m f acts which is the vanguard total bond market fund you could have sixty percent in the stock fun forty percent in the bond funds you make way more than the davinci only made one and a half percent a year on his stuff because in that sort of set up you should make seven or eight burst six to seven percent a year and who are urging the b m f x 'em back no m f as in frank x as an x ray okay so that if we were just stashing away money that we want like you say i mean i do either i wrote a regular account or whatever but i could than that among in there do me a favor though before.

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"twenty bases" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That's a bloomberg business flash francine karen thanks so much on the sprint t mobile deutsche telekom derby with softbank i should mention some interesting headlines out there getting closer to a deal quote to be announced alongside earnings let me rephrase it dealers said likely to be announced alongside earnings and i'd really noticed one which really gives pros an idea the intent sprint t mobile deals said unlikely to include cash breakup fee with us william gross of a janus henderson bill what you said in our less section is so important over this crisis and even before the crisis it would be irresponsible if i didn't have you reeker pitch late it let me be clear your bill you go from a to 60 it if we get a sustained to forty yield you would suggest that breaks the great moderation yeah above two 40000 let me explain that because the things like a lotta hocuspocus you know that the 10year started out at its peak the early 1980's what the volcker around fourteen percent and the fact is we can analyse this look at it but it's come down by twenty basis points to this point got a little bit lower a few years ago coarse but that was below trendline but the trend line was moving at at twenty basis points a year why is it important it's important because it allowed for refinancing of mortgages is for a more attractive purchases of homes that allow for corporate interest expense they go lower and profits to go higher it was what the economy needed this is sustain of four to five percent now ronald kdp rig which is really what the fits targeting so that was the magic number per year the fed didn't mandate twenty basis points per year but that based upon there they're fed fun decreases and they're quantitative easing purchases knows what it produced now that we're down to two point four percent to 35 percent it seems to me that the question is can a konomi sustain itself without lower and lower interest rates and that will be the question if it breaks to forty two forty five investors will be assumption that perhaps the economy can survive on its own what without lower and lower interest rates i know for instance the london wants to get really take this global your wants to.

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"twenty bases" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Nine point six bracket kids probably in the twenty five percent bracket so maybe you can shift from thirty nine point six the 25 hey it's not quite as good as a stretch but it's certainly something to uh to be thinking about doing some mathematics on mathematics that's one of my fun things to do okay next stop up we've been talking about bonds for a long time and we're talking about interest rates and the fact that the federal reserve has come clean and said you know what we want to raise interest rates first of his three or four times now who knows could it be another two times this year could even be this month i don't know but the indications are that we're not seeing any real inflation and if if the bond traders don't anticipate inflation you don't see rising interest rates and what we have actually seen is the exact opposite and as i said dan weill wrote about this when he said last july's record low on the 10year treasury of one point three six percent obviously is not there any longer it's gone up and it's gone up quite considerably but it's sort of harboring what about two and a quarter which is still extremely low by historical standards in fact the projection is a one point eight percent inflation rate which is still twenty basis points lower than the fed's target rate and the fed's target rate is lower than the historical inflation rate so how do you get rising interest rates rising mortgage rates out of very benign inflation i don't know but i'm gonna ask somebody that does the balladur he's coming up next eight four four ratio oh they have a question for steam regan email us great when she had dot com ari y l u see i a dot com we'll the bond bowl continue or is it just a bunch of full last gondola fifty and consumers he fewer eighty five four younger would you like peace of mind in comfort for your.

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"twenty bases" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Gamma component if you will and i thought i would go through this a little bed because it is critically important that you have an adviser that can add value you've learned on this program and many other programs that advisers really aren't going to deliver significant economic results from stock picking i know we talked about highactive share in a lot of the reasons that you can that an adviser a good moneymanager can add value beyond their fees but i mean it's one person has one and a quarter percent it's not gonna make the difference i don't think when you have to pay them an extra one percent or two percent to do that because the one or the two percent the japan am is right out of pocket and the one or two percent and they might earn you over and above that expands is somewhat of a gamble isn't it so i've often what i've advised financial advisers i've advise them to go beyond just picking stocks and picking mutual funds and doing asset allocation because the role does can do do that the robots that are out there are all geared up to do that a tax loss harvests thing and and all that stuff yeah you can add maybe twenty basis points by doing that automatic rebalancing and maybe twenty basis points maybe nothing but there's true value and tremendous value in that relationship where they actually talk to you about your balance sheet.

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"twenty bases" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"twenty bases" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

"And then we'll go to accompany kohl dream unlimited very wellrun company a canada and it's got seven thousand shares traded day since euro etf edited point nighttime spoke value by the way inside ownership um silent property seven percent howard use or twenty one percent gladstone land 22 percent premium limited eighty percent so you see there's a direct at least in the the selections i made an unvarying correlation um of valuation and declining trading volume now taking one more example if you wanted to shipping shipping is underrepresented um in the global sectors industry sectors weightings remember the number could be like twenty basis points or something like that in a country that's probably underweighted is norway um they're also public twenty basis points and so that provides the possibility that they're just not enough indexation interest in those uh let's say norwegian shipping companies and maybe to place to look so here's what you'll find i'll go through the same exercise little more quickly for companies all norwegian related to the ocean and in declining declining average daily trading volume we'll start with a p moeller maersk which is the largest publicly traded container shipping company in the world saw small's kinda 35billiondollar market cap fifty plus percent entitled ship but the average daily trading volume is sixty one thousand shares to its one point one times book value was abc's seven which is offshore drilling platforms actually they do engineering under the under the platforms twenty eight thousand shares traded today point nine times book value stole nielsen very wellrun family company a specialty ships for chemicals and so forth to if 24 actually me.

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