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"u s" Discussed on AP News
"This recall does raised questions about lithium ion batteries used in nearly all electric vehicles, which are being pushed for the future to fight climate change. I'm Jackie Quinn, a federal appeals court is allowing the ban on rental evictions during the pandemic to remain in place for now. Three judge appellate panels rejected a bid by landlords in Alabama and Georgia to end the eviction moratorium reinstated by the Biden administration after it expired last month. It's intended to help renters stay in their homes as the delta variant surges. The landlord's group says it plans to immediately file an emergency motion to the U. S. Supreme Court, which voted in June to keep the moratorium in place, but warned congressional action would be needed for any further delays. The landlord say the Biden administration caved in to political pressure to reinstate the eviction ban. Some 3.5 million renters say they're on the brink of being evicted. Jackie Quinn Washington A man who claimed he had a bomb near the U. S. Capitol, is being held in jail. Floyd Ray Roseberry told a federal judge. He has not taken his mind medication. Because of that he couldn't fully understand what was happening. The man from North Carolina also told the judge he had gone to school until eighth grade, and then later earned a GED diploma. Roseberry drove a black pickup truck onto the sidewalk outside the Library of Congress and began shouting to the people in the street. He had a bomb in a bizarre Facebook live rant. He made the same bomb threats to police officers. And made a series of grievances against the government. The judge ordered a mental competency hearing for Roseberry, Ed Donahue, Washington AP News I'm.
860AM The Answer
"u s" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"We got a lot coming to you today. Just a little quick note. We actually made available the 2016 program Landscape chart and this chart. Even though it's 2016, the concept still resonates today. It kind of shows you this $18.2 trillion economy. That was the size of the economy back in 2016, but it breaks down how consumption in 2016 was 12.5 trillion. Out of that 18.2 trillion and the government spending was on Lee $3.2 Trillion and so We is. Households spend four times more than the U. S government does. It's important to understand that we're 60 to 70% of the entire economy comes from what we do as individuals collectively. And that's really what I want. Everybody to understand and walk away with is what is that power that we've been sitting on for the entire time that this country's been around to where now we've got to unlock it. We've reached the point where the government no longer is big enough to solve the problems on its own, so the public private partnerships are going to increase many fold by orders of magnitude. To be able to meet the needs of these increasingly more complex and just difficult problems to solve, whether it's climate change. Where's the wealth, equality, inequality gap, Whether it's trying, trying, trying tow fix our criminal justice system, and there's so many things that we're trying to do that will involve both public and private sector. So this chart. It sort of is one of those first steps for you to understand what your power is in the economy, So I'm hoping you get a chance to look at that. And again. You've been listening in the house keys, Radio and house keys radio dot com. I've.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"u s" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A better one than we found ourselves in a year ago, right about now and Bob along the way. You also got some exclusive reporting. About. You know how close we were actually, maybe having a leg up on on viruses like this, eh? So walk us through what you learned A Z reported out. Your cover story. Yes, it turns out, I did this reporting, you know that there were ah, lot of people thinking about this and interested. You know, years they didn't know it was gonna be a Corona virus, but everyone knew something was coming. Eventually that infectious disease experts stated there were people that were thinking about how to repair how to do things, but There just wasn't the willpower energy to get it done in one company, Gossip SmithKline I found out from a reporting actually, for close the whole kind of epidemic. But tenderness Vaccine research center they proposed is to the U. S government Barda, which is what's funding a lot of the vaccines. Now it's a small agency funding a lot of the vaccines now, and they propose a research center that ever looked have looked in specifically into Messenger Arnie Vaccine That's one of the successful vaccines and adenovirus space. Sexy is the other side of vaccine has been successful. No idea was they would have taken like everything that you know, looked worrisome and gotten prototype vaccines into early trials. They could be ready to go. And then the next epidemic, but it just didn't happen. So we weren't quite prepared. You know, as we should have been right and we should have been right. We could have been. That's the whole point. And the cost of this thing. Yeah, it would have been 595 million over 10 years, which, I guess sounds like a lot you know, three or four years ago, but compared to the cost has had to bear now through this pandemic. You know, it's just Nothing like that. Now. People are kind of dusting off versions of proposal, saying, Let's do it again. Let's do something somewhere. And then some of these ideas are out. There is what you know we need is the willpower to do it. Another idea that out there's two for me and one of the problems we have is good, You know, data on the right key moments when epidemics are starting to emerge, you know, it's sort of like a Early in a forest fire. You gonna identify it and identify the threat noise soon and act And for that you need really, really good surveillance and really, really good data, and one of the ideas of out there is the form sort of a national weather. Service stone agency that would model you know, upcoming Emerging viruses intent Denis and come up with forecasts or more reliable, you.
"u s" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Pretty calls I'm curious is it has to do with finding diversification in interest in your opinion, you know, I've recently have been looking at Making some investments in some large cap mutual funds. Large cap growth, large cap bland, even some sector funds. What not, and frankly, what I'm finding is whether you go to Vanguard or Fidelity or black Rocket doesn't matter. Name name them all. They all seem to hold the same positions. You know their top 10. Now they may be in different order rights or different percentages. But basically they all seem to have the same, You know, stop their investments, I guess trying to really figure out how do you find diversification or you just go toe One fan, but one fun family that you want to do a large cap growth fun with and just You know, stick with them and not diversify that between two or three great questions. So here's what I do. So I have. Well, I call and was called core and satellite. Can you turn down or turn off your radio? I'm getting some feedback. Please. Um okay, so I I use what I think of is a Korean satellite. So first of all, I want to get all of the what they call the Beta. I'll say the U. S stock market So I buy a U. S. Stock market Total stock market. Uh, Exchange traded are open and index funds and now I get I get the total capitalization of the U. S market Now, if I want additional exposure, let's just use your example the large cap growth My experience is there's going to be two ways that that could be done with active management. The ones who tend to outperform in a bull market perform their index You can use an index like the Russell 1000 growth right now, I suppose you might even use the S and P 500 sense of growth has dominated for 10 years. Are those it out, perform on the way down. So I like the downside protection. So when everything went to heck in a handbasket From February 20th to march the 23rd. I own a couple of actively manage stock funds, one domestic and one foreign, and they rose to like 12 or three percentile with Morningstar. Not because he didn't go down, but because he went down Wes, and as a consequence, my portfolio came back sooner when the market rebounded now. In a runaway growth mark large cap growth market. That strategy will cause me to under perform on that portion of my portfolio. Simply because they're managing for a different objective. Now I don't I'm aware of and on a small piece of a small cap growth fund. That's that's concentrated. She may own 25 or 30 names. By definition that's gonna have AH, hire volatile should have a higher volatility profile than then say if I bought the Russell 1000 Growth Index fund And I accept that. And so maybe she'll have a 45% year. But she'll have someone when things go down should go down. Probably more than the index, which is fine as long as I understand her return pattern. Before I make the investment. And finally I'm not a fan of sector funds, and I never have been because I think they have the characteristic of individual securities. That is, if you were in a nerd Gee fund last year. It doesn't matter how great the stock Biggers were. You had a terrible year on def you were in You know, I t fun, no matter how lousy stock pickers were. You had a great year, but over time I prefer if I'm going to get active management Let them choose what they believe are the attractive industries and I'm gonna look at their down markets. What's called downmarket capture an upmarket capture. Then I'm going to do what I said er to an earlier color or texture, which is if I narrow it down to say three funds. I'm gonna take a long time period and I'm going to see what the might growth of 1000 or $110,000 was because it's the distribution of returns that will affect my end. Ending value, and that's how I look at it. That's great, Carl. I really appreciate your insight on it. Thank you so much. Thanks for calling. You're listening to money..
"u s" Discussed on 600 WREC
"It's called the U. S. Citizenship Act of 2021, which would offer amnesty they keep saying 11 million our number of illegal aliens. Our estimate is, you know, closer to 14 million illegal aliens, you know, and in the past when they On things like that. They said. Well, you know, you have to have been in the country for 10 years and in good standing and that that that the but his amnesty includes anyone who's been in the country since January. 1st 2021. I mean, I'm talking people with real deep roots in America, JT. They've been here for a little over three weeks on instead of you know all those all those people who are at home waiting their turn Someone. Oh, I know. You know, Boy, today's like fools. It's terrible. It's It's awful. David, I thank you so much, buddy. You know, it's just awful. The amount of work that this President Trump put into place for the betterment of American citizens all being wiped away with a stroke of a pen in less than a week by this new president, and this is what the Democrats stand for. America first, not so much anymore with this president. 6 49 Alabama's Morning news on the way next progressives eyeing a slice of the budget Now what's up with this? At times spore who conducts in supervisors, Research on national defense will talk about our defense budget. And is it gonna be cutting? Where's the money going? Details? Three minutes. Stay here. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits that may be available to veterans via is focused on customer service. Like never before. Choose via and see why Veterans trust in via reached an all.
KOA 850 AM
"u s" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"A four ex trader or investor can always outperform a stock or mutual fund investor. How? Because with stocks and mutual funds all people know is buy low and sell high. Okay, that would work. Great if all the market did was go up forever, But what's reality? It doesn't always go up. Come on. We all know the market moves in three directions. What are they up, down and sideways, if all you know How to do is buy low and sell high, then congratulations. You are a one trick pony and exactly where the financial industry wants you to be regarding your understanding of how the market really works. Now there are some people that will argue this because shorting a stock is a strategy to the reality is most people don't know about it, let alone understand it, and it cannot be done in most accounts, especially retirement accounts. And don't forget shorting or buying a stock or mutual fund can also be very expensive and very risky. So what's an alternate? Live. How about participate in a market where it's roughly nine times the size of the U. S stock market where one can truly be diversified? Here's a common question We get in our life sessions got any stock tips? Why do you think people would ask that Because there are thousands of choices when it comes to stops? It's up to you to spend the time and resource is searching for which one makes the most sense and the one you can afford to wonder why it can be so confusing in the forest market. We focus on eight major currency pears. What if it were possible to be diversified in a market that offers true non correlated assets? What the heck does that mean? It means having the ability to off that short term losses that can complement your current investment style and add the ability to benefit when the market goes up or down. In other words, protect yourself and your money. What if you didn't have an investment account or a lot of money to start trading with that's a beautiful thing. When it comes to the forest market, it trades differently than stocks Instead of buying shares. We control currency using Locks. We'll go into further detail during your tribal, which reminds.
KOA 850 AM
"u s" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Market or another market other than the stock market? Oh, great question. Here's a simple answer in two words. True diversification. Let me explain when done appropriately. A four ex trader or investor can always outperform a stock or mutual fund investor. How? Because with stocks and mutual funds all people know is buy low and sell high. Okay, that would work. Great if all the market did was go up forever, But what's reality? It doesn't always go up. Come on. We all know the market moves in three directions. What are they up, down and sideways, if all you know How to do is buy low and sell high, then congratulations. You are a one trick pony and exactly where the financial industry wants you to be regarding your understanding of how the market really works. Now there are some people that will argue this because shorting a stock is a strategy to the reality is most people don't know about it, let alone understand it, and it cannot be done in most accounts, especially retirement accounts. And don't forget shorting or buying a stock or mutual fund can also be very expensive and very risky. So what's an alternate? Live. How about participate in a market where it's roughly nine times the size of the U. S stock market where one can truly be diversified? Here's a common question We get in our life sessions got any stock tips? Why do you think people would ask that Because there are thousands of choices when it comes to stocks. It's up to you to spend the time and resource is searching for which one makes the most sense and the one you can afford wonder why it can be so confusing in the forest market. We focus on eight major currency pears. What if it were possible to be diversified in a market that offers true non correlated assets? What the heck does that mean? It means having the ability to offset short term losses that can complement your current investment style and add the ability to benefit when the market goes up or down. In other words, protect yourself and your money. What if you didn't have an investment account or a lot of money to start trading with that's a beautiful thing..
News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"u s" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"And I gave it to her one week and I saw her the next week and I swear, Chris, I did not recognize her recently. Just the lady That was 64 years old. And the first time I saw her, she looked like she was 84 years old, and a week later, she was bright. She had a beautiful smile. Her eyes were gleaming. And I honestly had to ask my wife who this lady was. And sure enough, she was the one who took a week of the formula that kill Max formula. And she said she got a really good week of sleep for the first time in years, and that her pain was much better. And she ordered three more cans for me. You've given it up to her friend. That's amazing. And when I use this with the professional athletes, I'm a doctor for the U. S Olympic team, and I had a number of athletes using this before their events so they could sleep well, and they wake up in their muscles were in real relaxed shape. Well. You really wouldn't think that such a small component of near normal diet can make such a profound impact over the way that you feel? We'll see what's happened. Chris is that in the last 50 years, the American diet has greatly changed and the nutritionist greatly changed and add to that the medications many people are in blood pressure medications or anti anxiety, drugs or heart medications. And many of these things also blocks the absorption of calcium, magnesium in the system, so the very drugs that are treating the conditions that your body Experiencing because of the fishing and calcium magnesium. It's also blocking further absorption business something, so it's really It's really a rat race. It sounds like it's a vicious circle. It sure is. And we're you know. What are you gonna do? So I'm my formulas. Try the things that are simple. First. You have nothing to lose. This is not going to hurt you put it that way. You have nothing to lose my folks again. If you want to.
"u s" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The positive qualities, Although I do think it's reasonable to say that there is a Fundamental or potentially ideological challenge by China's rise. It is a one party state. It is a state that sees it's legitimate success in development as associated with centralized control with enormous restrictions on personal liberties and the U. S. Use the answer to people's needs in a very different way. And until not that long ago understood its vision, democracy, you know, open economies competition, You know, state playing only certain roles in society as the right model for you. No improvement in growth, etcetera. You know, there is a genuine competition out there ideologically, and it's incumbent upon the U. S to come up with a narrative. About why the values that we cherish. You don't really do produce a better outcome. Three. Us can conceivably come up with this answer, but it's It's a real challenge. It's a challenge of the moment and the Democratic model as the ideal of a system of government to deliver the goods. Has over the last several years been subject to a pretty pretty substantial challenge. In a lot of different ways, and some of those ways points to profound flaws within the U. S Democratic system and Democrats systems in different parts of the world, you know, but we I think it's really the U. S. Has not lost its leadership position in terms of in terms of many, many factors. Still the vast, you know more patents come out of the U. S. U. S entertainment industry is still dominant. The U. S producers is still the home base of You know the transformative technologies, at least of the recent air of the information revolution. It won't be forever. No question about all of that. But I was referring specifically the ability of a country to respond to a catastrophic event. With the plan singular response. Their argument has been looking. How how well we've done and our own our own response to the pandemic, Frankly, on the world basis has been pathetic. Well, certainly, the response of endemic has shown how important the status but it certainly isn't true that the Chinese centralized model has been the quote unquote winner. Let's look at New Zealand or Australia. I'm incredibly positive. Overall response is both of them are, you know, relatively vibrant democracy? Ideological model of the Communist Party s so you know. The U. S has failed miserably in its response to Kobe. But one of the key takeaways is the difficulty the federal government had in taking control of the situation messaging, you know, applying federal power, and some of that is our system of federalism. And some of it is just the way in which the state the executive manage that But we we did a terrible job. But that or 100,000, plus deaths. I mean, I think the whole the whole idea of our system has been. We distrust too much power in a in a central source. And there's another argument has played him in the case of a pandemic. Wouldn't it be good to have a little more centralized power to make two and two make certain things that scientists and others are telling us our rational response to this to be able to respond in a systematic fashion? But we don't we don't actually mistrust centralized power for things we like like interstate highways or the fact that airplanes Congar oh, from one place to another and not crash into each other. Or the fact that, you know, think of all the things that need together the country and it really vibrant and successful way. You know those air taken for granted, And they rely on federal government in federal regulations. If anything, cut is a takeaway, a positive takeaway of the disaster that has been our experience with covered 19. It should be how Sally Essential state action and state policies are for all sorts of security threats. And for our need to expand our understanding security to encompass, you know, to cover fundamental well, being healthy is key to that their fair point. I think the point I think I put it to rephrase that Cove. It is a is a security threat to the country as a smudges any foreign or maybe at the moment, more than any foreign army will be back first conclude. Think segment, Daniel Rothenberg talking about foreign policy and the rest of the world..
News Radio 920 AM
"u s" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"That very different than the U. S government for a lot of different reasons, but clearly was student loan numbers the way they are credit card auto loans, the cost of vehicles increasing over the last decade. A lot of people face that, and it could be one of those. It could be one of those issues that is very overwhelming. Should you find yourself in that situation? What are the first steps that you always tell people when they're trying to evaluate the death they have and manage it successfully. Well, The first thing they should do is figure out if it's good death necessary or bad debt. I mean that there's good debt, my mortgage school loans. If I want to be a doctor, I have to go to medical school. I may take on some debt, but I'm gonna have a great career. So I consider that good debt mortgage is good that you know, I was on last week talking about mortgages. Hey, if I could borrow money at 3%, that's a That's a pretty good deal. Then this necessary dead. Um, car car, for example, and I need a car loan because maybe I need a car to get to work. If I didn't have a car, I may not have a job. Some days. It's necessary. It's the bad debt that you really want to get your arms around. Right. So that's the credit card debt that I'm paying 10% 12% 18% even in this low interest rate environment. The way that you think about that is okay. If I have a number of different credit cards because I've seen this. Where are five credit cards In some 12%? Some at 8%. I would pay the minimum. Hey, the minimum amount on each credit card. Now you've heard or if I pay the minimum that can take me literally 60 years, potentially, uh, not literally, but you know, it could take you literally decades, though. Get out of debt. If you just pay the minimum, but just pay the minimum on all your credit cards, And then when you have extra money, throw it at the one that has the highest interest rates. And that will get you out of the dead faster than you know, I see a lot of people saying, Well, I'm going to pay off the one that has the lowest balance first and just get rid of it. But if that has the lowest interest rate that's not the smartest way to do it. So if you have a lot of credit card debt By the different that Categorize. Hey, good debt. No worries necessary, Dead page, necessary Car loan. I'll pay it off after five years of talking and go on forever. It's the bad debt. If you have a number of different bad debt, pay the minimum on each and then any extra money. You have throat at the one that has the highest interest rates, I think is the Best advice I can get if I'm evaluating grad school or if I'm evaluating a new car, purchase a home purchase..
Biz Talk Radio
"u s" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Goodness gracious, so unfortunately, this overreaction could turn out very horribly. In history suggests that U. S will see an inflation boom go inflation. That's good right. That means asset prices will increase. Oh, well as the prices will increase means that you know, grocery store food isn't gonna be what it is today. And it means the dollar is depreciated. OK, And so you're Inflation is a really bad thing. It's not good for savers. It's not good for investors, you know, even though you'll see some maybe some asset prices and stocks may be increasing, but the problem is what it will cost to buy something in five or 10 years will be higher. It just will be. You can't print trillions of dollars out of thin air, devalue your currency and expected to be the same. It's never Quote me never On your inflation has always happened when this happens when you devalue your currency, there's 100 countries, regimes and empires that have done the same thing. So it ZZ look back in history and go. Oh, they did that. And that's what happened. Yeah, And we've done it now, but seemingly a few times, but this time greater display of it than ever in the history of the United States, And it scares me because I'm a pretty capitalistic kind of guy. And that strangely looks like A different style of government. Yeah, it is. It's and so we have. Ah, battle that's going on against the You know, they're saying that it's ah Against the Corona virus. It's a war and you know, in war time, you know, federal expenditures rise sharply. Tax revenues are being hit. You know, Of course, you know, being the lockdown. I mean, there's municipalities now that air Like firing and laying off and, you know, furloughing employees because they don't have they don't have. Ah, you know an unlimited supply of money, Get the retirement blueprint. It is turn by turn navigation like your GPS on your phone, giving you two directions to a place you've never been. That is what the retirement blueprint does. It usually sits between 1999 and 39 99. But during the show, it'll be complimentary for you three on the schedule. You gonna have 1866.
"u s" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"That's 844887 23 37 or text letters ot a 231996, All right. Ready for the next little bit. We've got to talk about Bitcoin. Yes. Yeah, You know, I I don't know what is so excited about that. Maybe it's just because it's made. It's made so many millionaires. Well, yeah, these kids who went out and bought it 25 cents and they bought 100 of them. They're They're multi millionaires now, and they have no idea so so each Bitcoin is now $36,000 unbelievable. Now to give you an idea of how unbelievable That is it started out the year at 4000 just over 4000, right. We're just under 4000. I can't remember which, but it's up to $36,000. Wow, It's unbelievable. It's it's a little different than last time when it hit its all time highs before back when it first jumped up to 20,000. All of the crypto currencies had jumped up with it. All right. We are seeing a lot of them jump up, but a lot of them are not following Bitcoin like they did last time. Well, right, Yeah, And so that's kind of the problem with Bitcoin. You know, it's it's supposed to be act. It's supposed to be a currency type thing. But we're seeing this massive variation and its value. December. 1 2017 Bitcoin was at $14,156.40 2 years later on January 19th 2019. It was a 30. It was at $3457.79 so massive pull back. Right. Huge swings in prices. Huge swings by March. It was you know her by June of 2019. It was up to $10,000.10,817 dollars by March 1st of 2020. It was down to $6438. So you get these surges, Pullback surges. Pull back, you know, And now it went from $4000 march 1st 2020. It was 4000 war up to 36,000. You know, massive increases, and so we're seeing these massive variations in this in this thing, And the thing is, is what this Bitcoin do. Cause you can't spend it at retail stores. Nothing. Who would you? You know so So exactly what is its value out there in the market? If if you can't Well, and by the way, if you never know what that thing is worse, you know, worth all you're doing is buying and trading something on an idea and people are buying into it. Because they look at it as hey, Bitcoin doesn't isn't an inflationary, you know, type thing well, and then they think they're cryptocurrencies of the future. Yeah, well, they do. But in order for it to be the future, it has to be accepted at retail stores. It has to be accepted by the U. S government so you can pay taxes with it. There's a lot that has to happen, and there's none of that in place right now. And so right now it's only an idea of what it could be in the future. But that's just a dot com and that's why it's so scary. So am I saying, Don't trade it? No, No, I'm not. I'm saying Manager risk to the downside because there is this massive variation, right? Yeah, then So am I. A bear? Yeah, I've got barrish tendencies. And I say Manage your fricking rest. Yeah, well, I'm actually I'm even a bear on Bitcoin. They're going like we were talking about Doesn't just sold yours, right? I did. I just sold my so at $36,000. Perfect. Coming. Yeah. You know, so right before we started recording this I just sold it. Yeah. That's right. So, yeah, Speculation. You know, I'm not. I don't consider myself a speculator. Traitor. Yes, but speculator? No, I I want to in the difference in my mind..
"u s" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Your auntie. Spend radio. We heard many. Well, this isn't yours. Right? Majority leader and one of several senators will be making remarks following that vote. So we'll be here at the U. S. Senator, I've come to the U. S. Senators continue to me. Yeah. Just a final vote in the U. S. Senate six yea votes 93 no vote and again. The vote was whether to sustain the objection to the electoral votes from the state of Arizona. That Objection. 96 23 was not about for each date that receives an objection in both. The House and the Senate to accepting that states certified electoral college vote dissipated that the senators will begin speaking.
"u s" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Of the poll watcher or the people counting on and so, but they just move the tables, 10 ft or 20 ft further away, they said. Here's where you stay, and it wouldn't let him advance far enough to see what was going on. You can't tell what people are doing for 25 ft away when they're crunched over some machine and feeding things in there's no way in the world. No and Bill that's you know why I've said You know some people? Some people get tired of hearing it. I know the states have every right in the should. By the way, I do support the right to run their own election in that regard, but there needs to be some uniformity. I mean, if everybody's doing something just a little different than the other guy, then there's too much too much room for error. Too much room for fraud. Too much room for chaos. And you know, as a country with all the things that we've accomplished, we all ought to be able to get this right. I mean, and I've said this ad nauseam. We put more time. More money and more resource is into dispensing lottery tickets at 7 11, then we do that voting for president. Yes, I agree. Uh, so anyway, you know, there's a collection up in New York. They still haven't decided It's been two months. And they still haven't decided that yet. Yeah, and I can't come up with a winner. Yeah, well, I mean again, Common sense will tell you Okay. Something's not right here. It's actually been a little over two months. I think, Bill. Good call. I appreciate it. Your calls straight ahead, Georgia. The most important runoff in U. S history. Now, depending on your point of view, and I tell you what I'm hearing I'm hearing People are angry and frustrated, but it sounds like they've also given up, man. You can't do that. You can't give up and I'm not chastising you. I'm just simply saying, if you want to be angry, be angry if you want to be frustrated, be frustrated. But giving up just hands it to the other guy. Don't do that. I'm Rick Robert. Mm hmm. Who win Georgia Primary runoff for Senate. The control of the U. S. Senate is on the line. All the results in real time..
"u s" Discussed on KTOK
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"With 215,000 miles on it. And when the engine warms up, I've got a lifter noise and what it's called. Make about what they oil gets warm. I got left her noises. That's something I need to worry about. Um, Yeah, because I mean, the more that lifters tapping around in there the possibility of it causing damage the cam. Um you know what I would suggest doing is trying to run Maybe an engine flush through it. See if you can't clean any garbage junk That's in that left her that Would possibly keep it from, you know, pumping up all the way and then and then just run a good call the oil in it and see if that doesn't take care of it. If it doesn't and the lifter continues to collapse and make noise like that, Yeah, that's gonna be, you know, pull the topside. The engine apart, put a set of lifters in it. Stay. How much does that cost? Usually, If you want to give us called shop on Monday, they be happy. Get your Nessman on that I wouldn't know. I've talked my head. Yeah. If I just put thicker oil in there without help. No, not always. I would highly recommend cleaning first, you know, do it doing oil flush on it, Um, first before you You know, just run a thicker oil. Okay. What kind of product is good for an oil flush. We carry quite a bit of stuff. I mean, BG makes him stuff out there. Um, you know that e p R and mentioned to a previous caller. That stuff works really great. Get rid of any you know, deposits or sludge is it's in the engine. And can actually correct a lot of issues so Would probably be the first step I'd recommend is just doing a B g E P. R. Um Gpr engine flush. Okay. Thank you. You're welcome. All right. Um, let's see here. We got one on hold. We're gonna get back to you after the break. You're listening under the hood. Right here on news radio. 1200. Wh I will be back after this. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S. Department.
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"Cave and here we are going to wrap up with just a couple last topics, but I think Let's approach the Chinese economy first, and then let's go with With corn versus Tesla. See which one's more sexy. How about that? I was going to say we said corn and Tesla and people probably thinking what is his test? I'm making like a corn powered car, the ethanol like what's going on here? You know, we're interested in trading corn or trading Tesla. Yeah. Which one's more sexy, Not corn being used in Tesla's No, not not there. All right, so the Chinese economy is up and gaining momento. Um It's AH, it's theorized by many of the economists that they will overtake the U. S economy when 2028. That's going to have major effects on our economy. A long ways away 2028. It's not all that long. How young are you? Yeah, Seven years is a long time. So, yes. So the question is, is why is the Chinese economy up and gaining momentum in 2020 end the U. S economy is Really doing so poorly because we printed more money than them. You know what? I don't know. They're probably print right now. I think they're printing money at the rapid rate, trained to trying to deep inflate their own currency so that their value is low, and they can keep selling goods too. To the U. S of the largest economy. I suspect that that's what they're doing. They've been doing it for years. You know, they play with their money. They don't even try and hide it. Not every country manipulates their currency, by the way. Yeah, that's actually that hooks on to why people trade for exes Because with all of that manipulation, it provides opportunity. You know, lots of opportunity. That's right. If you if you see the Markers of manipulation. And that's you know that that is our core strategy. That is the strategy that we use and teaching. Our school is find out, you know, looking and seeing the charts where you're seeing manipulation and where you see manipulation. Beat things become much more predictable. Exactly all right, because people are going to continue If governments can get away with it, make it happen then guess what big corporations. Get away. They they do it too. Oh, yeah, They all do it. Yeah, and so find out where the manipulation is and trade in whichever way it's being manipulated. That's that's how we teach people. Yeah, And if you want to learn about your strategy, you just got to come to our three hour works up a complimentary class, complimentary class two seats, and we have the three locations. We have the sanitary wipes. So we waited for the down with we have hand sanitizer. We're best way have all all the stuff that we need. You could just give us a call at 84 48 Trader. That's 84487 23 37 or text the letters. O ta 23196. All right. So, um in the Chinese economy. What's a little bit different, though, is that unlike other places in the world They didn't do the lockdowns they kept producing. Oh, yeah, I know, right? They decided. Hey, we're going to just keep pressing forward and you know they didn't say what they did or didn't do. But they stopped releasing Cove in numbers at all. And they simply said, All right, we're powering through this. Yeah, Their economy is up and running and gaining momentum, and that's going to have a lot of impact on us in the future, because one of the reasons that are One of the reasons that our economy is doing so has been doing so well and has been so safe in the past is because being number one comes with its privileges. And you know that. I don't know. The Golden dollar thing is one of those privileges if that ever changes places and all the sudden it's not the U. S currency that is being held, and it's not the U. S currency that is being looked at. It's not the U. S economy that is being looked at to determine what happens throughout the rest of the world. Well, things become less predictable. In the U. S markets, things become Less rosy in the U. S markets and inflation is going to get much higher as those dollars that are held overseas start pouring back in, so this is kind of a big deal, and it's something that we just really need to watch and plan for in our portfolios in the future. Yeah, especially in your wealth counts. Something to look at. Yeah. You know if you're a little bit concerned about that, don't be just figure out how to how to manage your risk. And you could do that by giving his call coming to one of our classes again. The number is 84 48 trader. That's 844. 887 23 37 or texts, letters. Oh, ta 231996 Let's talk about corn. All right. Corn is a mover this week, right? It has been a move over the last five days. It's up 23 points, which doesn't sound like a lot to most people, because 23 is like, Yeah, OK, That's what we said points not dollars, right because points a point on the futures market because this is a futures contract. Is $50 on corn. So it's $50 for every point which there's 23 of those that's a little over $1000. I think it's ah 1001 150. From correct here. I think I am half on that. Yeah, that was 1 50 times. 23 is over 1000. That's that's correct. Yeah, And that's it's that's for 150. So if you're holding one contract of corn, the margin that it takes to hold that contract is about 1000 to $1100 matters and what brokers you have. That's right. And so in One week, people who held the corn contract this week from the beginning of the week to the end of it. It's 115% up. 115% up now we were going to compare that to test. What do you want to be tested? Well, yes. Oh, Tesla also took a jump. And, yeah, there were lots of stories written about that. So here the stories. You know Tesla's hitting new highs and they're up yet, so they started off this five day period at 637.56. And they ended that five day trading period that we're considering at 6 64 74. All right, so that's a move of $27 in 18 cents. All right Now, if you were buying this and maximizing your margin, like we would expect you to there in the in the futures, it would have cost you for for one. Tesla's stock. It would've cost $318.78. If you were doing $1000 Then you would get a little bit. I guess you get almost three or three a little bit more like three and 1/8 or something. But the movement itself was just 8.5%. And so your total, you know, you would have invested 2000 and got a little bit more than $100 out of it, or a little bit less than 100. 8.5% little bit less than 100 out of it. Yeah, even 5% in a week doesn't sound bad to most people. But look at the other opportunity to use right to paint as an investor. What you're always looking at is where does my money you know? Where am I going to do the best with my money? Where is my money going to work Hardest for me. And guess what? It wasn't in Tesla's know, as many people think that Tesla's the Golden Goose. That's right. The thing is, is that there weren't a lot of news stories about corn. Why Because the futures market and the forex market are reserved for people that know what they're doing, and it's reserved for the wealthy class. And so they don't talk about it In the normal news, you don't hear about it, but that's where the action is. And with the dollar softening. That's where commodities is where the action is. I could give you many examples. Soybean wasn't far behind that. I mean go down the line and you had massive opportunities in the commodities market in the futures market. But you just didn't have in the stock market, The stock markets all we talked about Yeah. You know the other Don't know beautiful thing about the futures market. If you're going to trade the best tax breaks, you've got into the futures and forex markets. Oh, yeah. And you also I mean, you're not telling us much capital a trade 24 hours. They're 23 hours and something minutes s o. The the advantages. Air? 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